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Rangemaster 110 grill flame.

The flame on the grill is very low, as low gas pressure. It will light, but then starts to splutter, and goes out.
What parts are needed to fix this problem

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  • rogerandrose Jan 05, 2009

    Same problem as other correspondent. Grill seems blocked. Any ideas please.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    I have a rangemaster110 same old problem grill lights then splutters and goes out? I have replaced the regulator still the same! where do I regulate the air flow they talk about please. Kind regards Jamie

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To find out if the regulator is good or bad, turn any of the burners that do not have the problem, one at a time but take a close look at the flame and see if the flame goes lower and lower as you turn a second burner and a third and the fourth one, if the flame goes lower and lower the regulator is bad. but if the problem is with just the grill one , it has to much air, you can turned down the air where the burner meets the valve that supplies gas to it the burner has a vent, it needs to be close a little bit, you can close it little by little and testing the burner on the on position until the splutter goes away.

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