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Burners corroded need replacements

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Yes, if you have gas flow from your cylinder, then nothing when you turn on the valve on the grill..(You should hear...and smell the gas), then the problem is either in the regulator assembly or in the valve. Both items are cheap and easy to replace and parts are abundent at most hardware stores.

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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If you used a power washer you may have driven rubbish into inlets for the burners, or as my collegue has already pointed out, water.


If the BB is empty then turn it upside down onto some newspaper and see if you get a water discharge..

The gas is normally supplied through a hole into the burners and is mixed with air on the way in so that it combusts out of the holes on the burner

If none of them are lighting I would do the upside down bit first , if that does not fix it then start looking at the gas inlets

Posted on Jun 19, 2009

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you probably need a hose and regulator

Posted on Aug 17, 2009

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Is this a problem all the time or just in storage? If it is in storage make sure they have not place to climg on to get in. Also in storage you can put steel wool in the bottom openings and this should keep them out.
You can also put mouse poison around the base while in storage.

If it is a problem during normal use make sure they don't have anything close by that they are using to climb aboard.

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Use DeBruce Polish, we use DeBruce Polish on all of our stainless steel. DeBruce Polish also works on glass cook tops. We get DeBruce Polish at debrucepolish.com.

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If you used a power washer you may have driven rubbish into inlets for the burners, or as my collegue has already pointed out, water.


If the BB is empty then turn it upside down onto some newspaper and see if you get a water discharge..

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