Question about Grilling
Try lighting them slower allowing the heat to build, you want the grill completely heated before cooking. If this does not help a couple more situations may be effecting the grill; look at your grills placement... maybe too close to major drafts (ie. as in an upper floor balcony) check to see if your regulator is giving you problems and the valve is open 100%. Assure that your tank is not almost empty. If you are in a cold weather area then prior to cooking bring your tank into a warmer area as temperature can effect performance. I use to live in South Dakota and in the Winter the tank came in the house.
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Looks like your regulator is not venting properly to relieve the back pressure. The best thing you can do here is replace the regulator.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
SOURCE: Brinkmann BBQ
It sure sounds like it's blocked. Purchase a venturi tube cleaner (about $5) or try removing it and lightly tap on the ground to try and unplug the little holes that have filled with debris. If you have access to some air tools, try blowing it out-similar to an air filter of a car.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
SOURCE: no gas getting to bbq
I switched to the new style 20# tank with the new turn-on knob. I couldn't get enough gas pressure to the BBQ burners for all three burners to light or to keep a strong flame on even one burner. The new style tanks have a safety valve on the inside of the tank that shuts the gas off if you turn the knob on too fast because the safety valve thinks there is leak. Shut everything off and then try turning the knob on real slow, especially at first, before turning it all the way on. If that doesn't work (it didn't for me), then replace the large plastic connection valve knob (female end) that attaches the regulator to the tank. Mine was for the old style tank and was black (low pressure). I went to a propane company and had them replace it with a green knob (higher pressure). Took it home and WALA! Everything works fine now. But it was very frustrating trying to figure why I couldn't get any gas to the burners after buying a brand new tank. I hope this helps solve your problems.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
Clean any grease or residue that might be on the ignitor preventing it from sparking. If it is clean and it does not spark when pressed, replace it.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on May 25, 2009
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