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Rangemaster gas grill - little or no gas pressure

Rangemaster 110 now 10 years old. Over time the pressure of the flame form the grill has got weaker to a point that it is now not sufficient to keep alight

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  • Anonymous Feb 26, 2009

    How do I remover the burner from the grill, there is not much room in there.

  • markmoloney May 25, 2009

    Right at this stage I have removed the top and sides off the unit and exhausted all angles including, cleaning the burner, the gas valve, the gas venturi, the igniter wire and checked the actual grill knob is working. Still no success. What the hell is the solution.

    Thanks in advance

  • David Shaub May 11, 2010

    Check for tar buildup in the gas orifices. Turn off gas at main, remove the burners and look for tar where the gas comes out of the body of the stove and enters the burners. A straight pin or a very thin sewing needle will work. Don't use anything as large as a small paperclip. It's too big and will change the amount of gas flowing in to a possibly unsafe lefel.

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You can phone rangemaster helpline on 08707 895 107 spare parts or tech team.

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Have just had a brand new Rangemaster 110 installed for less than a week. Initially everything worked fine, then, Christmas day the gas stopped working completley on all hobs. All cylinders were full but no hobs would produce gas when knobs tured.
I have tried the rangemater help lines but they are helpfully off until the 29th.
Not impressed as there appears to be no obvious answer, can anyone hel;p?

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