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Blue ember grill - how do you remove the venturi tubes?

I can't remove the tubes to clean them. It says there are two slots but I don't know where to fine the slots.

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The Venturi tubes are part of the burner, where it goes over the burner orifice. You can remove the burner(s) by disengaging them from the burner holder. Which should be at the inner rear of the grill's burner compartment. Then the burner will slide off the burner orifice.

FYI - A couple of years ago, there was a massive recall on the Fiesta Blue Ember Model grill. Don't know if your is old enough to fit that category. So I have included a link to the Consumer reports Website, that liist the Serial Number of those involved.

http://blogs.consumerreports.org/safety/2009/07/fiesta-again-recalls-blue-ember-grill-after-reported-injuries-burns-fires.html

Hope this helped solve your problem.

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The venturi tubes are part of the burner. It"s a slot on both sides of the burner tube, where it goes over the burner orifice. You will need to remove the burners to check and clean them.

Hope this helped answer your question.

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One of three burner tubes is completely yellow, the other two blue. why?


Te one that is yellow probably has a spider's nest blocking the Venturi Valve on that burner. The Venturi Valve acts as an air intake valve, for mixing the right ratio of air to gas, when the burner is burning.

Remove that burner and you will see the Venturi Valve on the open end of the burner that faces the control panel. It may have 2 slots or on each side of the burner tube, covered by a screen. Brush the screen with and old tooth brush to clear them. Also, check all the burner ports for clogs and clear those with a sewing needle. But, do not enlarge the holes. While you're at it, it would be a good idea to remove and clean all the burners, as required Annual Maintenance.

To assist you in properly removing the burners, I have included a link the the Owner's Manual for your model grill, in case you have misplaced yours. You can download & print the manual for future reference.

http://help.weber.com/manuals/pdf_files_2011/Gas/Genesis%20SilverGoldPlatinum/OwnersGuides/Genesis_LP_OwnersGuide_Plus_55826_103005.pdf

I hope that all the information I have provided will help you troubleshoot and solve the problem
Happy Grilling and thanks for choosing FixYa.

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My Blue Ember rotisserie only flames up and does not glow red. I have cleaned the ceramic tiles. what else can I do? Everett From Seekonk MA


Everett, it's not the ceramic plaques that are causing the problem, it's the burner that heats the plaques that's failed. Replacing the entire burner assembly is your only option.
It's interesting that you are still using that model Fiesta Gas Grill. It was recalled about 3 years ago.
http://bbq.about.com/b/2009/07/21/recall-alert-fiesta-blue-ember-gas-grill-2.htm but not for the problem you're having. If your model number is not mentioned in the link above. Don't worry about it.

You may be able to find a replacement burner from Fiesta or try Appliance Factory Parts
http://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/ Be sure to have the correct Model Number of your grill when looking for parts.

Hope this helped you. Please let me know and Happy Grilling!!

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Second third and fourth burner will not light?


Susan, there are several reasons that can cause the problem you described. The first being that theburners that won't light need to be removed and thoroughly cleaned. The cleaning also requires cleaning the Venturi Valve on each burner. The Venturi Valve will look like 2 slots cut into the side of each burner tube near the burner's open end, that fits over the burner orifice. Spiders like to build nest in the Venturi Valves. Be sure to turn the gas tank valve OFF and disconnect the hose from the tank, before attempting any work on the grill. After you have finished cleaning everything, reconnect the hose to the tank and open the tank valve VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow), until it is fully open.
Then light the burner farthest from the tank first and turn it to HIGH. If the flame height kooks correct, light the remaining burners the same way. If all the burners lit and the flame heights look correct, you solved the problem (with a little help).

Hope this helped you. Please let me know and Happy Grilling!!

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Jeanne - Did you remove the burner to clean? If not. you weren't able to clean the Venturi Valve, which is part of the burner. Spiders love to get in the Venturi Valve & build a nest. When that happens it stops the gas to that burner. I suspect, that may be the problem. The Venturi Valve, is part of the burner (the open end part) that's closest to you, when you face the front of the grill. It will look like 2 slots (one on each side) cut out of the burner tube, where it fits over the burner orifice. But, you can't see it, without removing the burner. An old tooth brush works well to clean it.

Hope this helped you to solve the problem. Please let me know and Happy Grilling!!

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Seems as if your grill is suffering from "Clogged Burner Syndrome". But, don't despair, it's easily solved by removing and thoroughly cleaning the burners or "coil" as you called it. Also, pay particular attention to the venturi valves on the open end of the burner. Spiders like to build nests in them. The venturi valve will look like a slot on the right and left of the burner tube, where it fits over the burner orifice. It's really a good idea to perform this routine maintenance, at the start of each grilling season.

When it comes to gas grills, it's like Benjamin Franklin said, "Cleanliness is next to Godliness."

Hope this helped you solve the problem. Happy Grilling!!

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How do you open venturi tubes to clean?


If you remove the burners, the Venturi Tube is part of the open end of the burner that fits over the burner orifice. It should look like a slot on each side of the burner. There's really nothing to open, once the burner is removed.

Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling!!

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There have been ongoing problems with that grill and it's drip pan. At one time Fiesta was furnishing the part at no charge. Don't know if they still are or not. However, you can purchase one directly from Fiesta by calling their Customer Service Dept 800-396-3838. Have the model number and serial number of your grill handy, when you call.

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The venturi tubes are part of the burner. It"s a slot on both sides of the burner tube, where it goes over the burner orifice. You will need to remove the burners to check and clean them.

Hope this helped answer your question.

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The Venturi tubes are part of the burner, where it goes over the burner orifice. You can remove the burner(s) by disengaging them from the burner holder. Which should be at the inner rear of the grill's burner compartment. Then the burner will slide off the burner orifice.

FYI - A couple of years ago, there was a massive recall on the Fiesta Blue Ember Model grill. Don't know if your is old enough to fit that category. So I have included a link to the Consumer reports Website, that liist the Serial Number of those involved.

http://blogs.consumerreports.org/safety/2009/07/fiesta-again-recalls-blue-ember-grill-after-reported-injuries-burns-fires.html

Hope this helped solve your problem.

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