Question about Grilling
27XL cart mount w/ rotisserie, no back burner
No not really don't know of anyone who just sells side burners plus you would have to be a gas fitter to do it , best to buy a new one with a sids burner ,
Posted on Feb 18, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi all ,
I just bought a jenn air 720-0336 gas grill from bj's . the rear rotisserie burner would stop working after a few minutes .
hear is the deal , the rear inferred burner gets to HOT . they did not put any insulation between the ceramic blocks and the metal bezel.My fix was to remove the unit , drill out the 8 rivets holding the bezel on , carfully remove the bezel and install a fire proof gasket , i was abile to find the proper stuff at my local coal / wood stove retailer.it comes in a white sheet about 1/8 inch thick .
use steel rivets to reassemble . good luck . this took a week of trial and error to figure out .
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
SOURCE: rotisserie burner won't light
It could be a dirty or inop spark electrode. Also could be weak batteries in the spark igniter.
Before you start you should make sure that the ignition system has fresh batteries. The batteries are usually located within the igniter button but not always. Some BBQs will have a battery pack located somewhere on the BBQ and others you can remove the igniter button by turning it left to reveal the battery.
First verify that the rotisserie burner can be lit manually. Take a BBQ lighter or long stick match and then put the flame right at the base of the burner where the electrode is and then slowly turn on the burner valve. It should light within four seconds. If it does not then shut the burner off and check for any restrictions in the gas line for the burner.
If it does light with a match then the spark electrode could be dirty, out of position or simply the wire for the ignition system is loose. Press the igniter button and watch the electrode for a good bright spark at the burner. If you do not see any spark you can verify that the igniter wire has not come loose and also gently adjust the position of the electrode end a little bit closer to the burner using a pair of needle nose pliers(It should not be touching the burner). It does not need to touch the burner but have a really small gap.You can use a small wire brush to gently clean the electrode of any debris that might be causing a weak or no spark
If you are unable to remedy the non-spark issue all is not lost. You can still use the manual lighting procedure I described to light the burner. And remember to be careful when trying these procedures. I do not want you to get injured from delayed gas ignition. Be careful and have a safe holiday.
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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