Question about Grilling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I removed the jets and drilled them out, #54 is what I started with and then moved up from there to get a good flame( gas pressure may be diffrent in your area). I went to lowes and purchased the universal gas line for grills. Item #: 206469 from lowes, I removed the hoses from the valves, and proceeded to remove the regulator from the hose. After that, i used a 1/4" npt coupling, and a 1/4/" NPT to 3/8" Flare fitting( fits to hose).
I drilled a hole in the brace that is under the clamshell(it says UP) that way I had a place to relive stress from the hoses. I threaded the Coupler to the Y then threaded the Flare fitting thru the sheet metal and then the coupling. This was an easy mod minus the garage in disarray, my precision calipers on loan, and 3 trips to the hardware store. The connection that goes to the house is a 3/8" NPT Female, my house has 1/2" pipe, The one wasted trip to the store is because i didnt bring the fitting with me to the store and assumed the size was 1/2 to 3/4(Rookie Mistake).
It was 35 degrees when I finished this mod, and on high for all 3 burners, I got it to 675F in a hurry. the needle was still creepin up, but that is when I said that was good enough for me.
I used my lathe to drill out the jets, ksware is correct with how easy the jets break. I broke the one in the side burner. I will make another one when I get an hour or two. Good luck to you and happy grilling.
Little Elm, Tx.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
Dear, the serial is located on one of its metal legs, stamped on it. It's not so easy to find, so a bright light may be useful. Also you can find it on the box, if you still have it. Good Luck, Peter_Rei
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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Posted on Feb 18, 2011
More than likely, the regulator is locked up.
Turn of the propane tank, disconnect the hose from the tank, Wait five minutes and reconnect the hose. Turn the tank valve on VERY, VERY SLOWLY, until it's fully open. Light each burner individually (that's assuming you have more then one burner), the one furthest from the tank, first. Turn it to the highest flame height and then light the other burners using the same procedure.
If that solves your problem, remember whenever the tank is turned off, turn the tank valve on VERY, VERY SLOWLY.
If that didn't solve your problem, you need to remove and clean all the burners, as well as the venturi valves.
Hope this helped to solve your problem.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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