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Viking grill will not light but the burners are working

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Do the igniters spark?

Have you replaced the batteries in the spark modules, they arer located behind the drip tray at either side of the unit?


Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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Hello. Use ammonia. If you can remove the burner, wrap it in ammonia soaked newspaper layers and slide it into a large plastic bag overnight. Joe

Posted on Mar 21, 2010

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SOURCE: Back burner won't light on my Weber Genesis Silver A Gas Grill

Only front burner lights (out of three) and it only has flame comming out of half of the tube.

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Viking grill burner low flame


If this burner has tube type, You can loosen a screw in the front of burner and slide open air rater vent just a little just make sure not to open to far. blue-ish/orange flame is what your looking for

Apr 10, 2015 | Viking 500 Series VGBQ53002RELSS 30"...

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Replacing ignitor


That is not really enough to tell us what you need.
We repair a lot of Viking model barbecue grills and stock all the various ignition parts. As Viking changed fabrication strategy the appliances have gotten much better through the years. An electrode purchased today for a Viking will not look the same as the original electrode but the new, longer, double-pronged electrodes work a lot better, are built a lot heavier, last a lot longer and cost less than the originals.
The only difference between the module and electrode and button architecture in a Viking when compared to any other high-end grill is the inner firewall. Between the control panel and the inside firewall inside the grill where the burners connect to the valves, there is a second firewall designed to hold-off heat damage created by certain problems (usually resulting from poor assembly after cleaning). The new Viking electrodes are long and thick but the back-end is also long which makes sure the electrode wires are far away from the heat of the firebox.
Other than that the 9volt module, button and electrodes are no different from any other high-end grill.
We do have exploded schematics of where all the grill parts belong in a Viking so contact us if you want copies of this information.

Jan 25, 2014 | Viking VGBQ410-3RT Grill

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We have intermittent low gas flow to our Viking grill. We have replaced the burners and the regulator. It worked fine on Sunday but now today only the first burner lights (and it's low even though I...


Lynn, the problem lies with the gas regulator and the way you turn the tank ON. But it's readily solvable.

1. Turn the tank valve OFF & disconnect the hose from the tank.

2. Wait 5 minutes and reconnect the hose to the tank.

3. Open the tank valve VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow).

4. Once the valve is fully open, light the burner farthest from the tank first and set it on HIGH.
Does the flame height look correct? If so, light the remaining burners the exact same way.
Do all the flame heights look correct? If so, your solved the problem. Always remember to
open the tank valve Very, Very Slowly.

If that didn't solve the problem, you will need to replace the grill's Hose/Regulator Assembly. They run about $30.00 at any hardware store or home center that sells grills and accessories. Simply take you old one with you for comparison purposes.

Hope this helped you troubleshoot & solve the problem. Please let me know. Thanks.

Jul 06, 2011 | Viking VGBQ410-3RT Grill

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Rotisserie burner has to be lit with a match and will not stay on by itself. I have to push control knob in, even after it is hot. Also looking to replace igniter for left burner. Thanks.


From what you are describing, it sounds like your rotisserie burner may have a bad thermocouple. You can order the parts from Viking, the igniter for the left main burner will require you to remove the front panel to replace, but is fairly straight forward after that. To replace the thermocouple, you will have to fish it down from the burner and under the grill to behind the front panel, not hard, just time consuming.

Jun 19, 2011 | Viking VGBQ410-3RT Grill

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Viking gas grill - when I turn the knobs to lite up one of the burners, it rushes out the gas with a loud hessing sound. also there are flame coming out from where the gas comes out and goes into the...


What you have described sounds like a clogged burner as well as the venturi valve on the burner. Your will need to remove the burner to clean it and the venturi valve on the open end of the burner, that goes over the burner orifice. Spiders like to build nest in them and clog them up. The venturi valve will look like two slots, cut in to each side of the burner, at the open end. It's function is to mix air with the gas, for proper combustion.

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

Jun 16, 2011 | Viking Grilling

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Side metal pieces that cover the Viking grill burner are rusted. Do I need to replace the whole burner or just use until burner holes become clogged that then replace?


I would suggest first lifting them out, give them good brush with wirebrush, check if holes are not clogged, check for any not surface damage, they ususally rust bit over on the surface and that is all.

If grill flame is working correctly, and grating have still "decent" thickness and is not falling to pieces, I would still use them normally.

Rust on the grate is usually caused by not using it and exposure to rain/water, as this grating is usually rather solid, surface rust will not affect it. If you have model with stainless graing - there should be no rust on stainless...

That is one of the reasons why you should not wash your grill after use! Fat from cooked food is protecting it from environment.

Hope this will help your worries at bay :-) Enjoy your grill!

Aug 08, 2010 | Viking VGBQ410-3RT Grill

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Viking grill burner is clogged and fire is shooting out of knob. How do I clean my grill from excessive grease.


Is it still under warranty? I'd call Viking or a qualified repairman to fix it. If your burners are clogged, the flames should be coming out the venturi tube and flaming towards the gas valve knob. If the flames are coming out of the gas valve itself, then it will need to be regreased. If the burners can be removed without too much trouble, soak them in the sink with hot water and dishwashing detergent. Be sure to remove the knobs, so no one turns the gas on without the burners connected. If it's difficult, call a repairman.

May 12, 2010 | Grilling

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We bought a new 41 inch viking grill. Hooked up LP regulator and tank. When we light the burners there is a loud humming noise that is coming from the regulator and/or hose (we have reassembled twice to...


First make sure everything is tight on the valves if you still smell it get some windex spray where you hoses, the tank where it connects places where the propane gone if it bubbles you have a leak for the noise turn the tank upside down and shake it for about 10 second

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