Question about Grilling
When you turn on the main propane value (on the propane tank) do it real slow and easy. What might be happening is that the regulator on the unit is sensing too much propane at one time and is shutting down the flow. If this happens, you only get a small flame. You need to shut it down, wait about a beer, then try again REAL SLOW AND EASY.
Remember, slow and easy; as soon as you hear some gas going though, stop and see if it works. You can open the valve further if needed but take it slow.
This is how I made my Weber Q work after about 6 months. Now, it's great. I have to wrestle with it but at least it works now.
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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