Question about Grilling
My gas grill burners won't light; replaced regulator; disconnected then reconnected tank and slowly opened valve as someone suggested; replaced battery in igniter. What else could be wrong? I'm getting a small flame in first burner on left side of grill and the auxillary burner on the far right seems to work fine, but the two burners in the middle do nothing. The gas tank connects on the left side of the grill, and since the right burner works, I'm thinking it has to do with the burners, though I cleaned them very well and they don't appear clogged.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: regulator freezing up
did you replace the regulater with a manufatures replacement for you grill or did you use an after market one? the reason i ask is because propane is very cold in liquid form and if your regulater allows more of the liguid to go to your burners than it should the moisture in the air will contact the outside of your regulater and freeze up on it. excessive propane would not change the color of the flame, however the i would check the burners to make sure that there are no blocked holes this would cause this to happen as well you are still safe to use the grill but cleaning the burners is a good idea. also there is a rating on the regulater make sure it matches the old one you replaced it with........good luck
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
I can tell you EXACTLY what is wrong. Remove the tank and open all valves to the grill. Reconnect the tank and turn it on just slightly. Relight the grill.
Ther is a safety device in the tank that needs to be reset. The only way to do it is removing the tank.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
SOURCE: low flame on burner...
Remove the burner and check the flexible tubes for kinks or blockages. The flexible tubes usually just slip over the backs of the valves. Spiders love to get in there and block them. Also check that the holes in the burners are not clogged. Be careful when reseating the flexible tubes to be sure that they are properly seated on the back of the valves. Failure to properly seat the flexible tubes can cause leakage there, and the gas can ignite at the back of the valves and not reach the burner. Be certain that the replacement burner is designed to use with your grill and the flexible tubes mate properly with the back of the valves.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
I had this problem with a brand new grill so it wasn't grease in the hose. Due to the new propane regulators you have to turn the propane tank on for at least a minute before turning the grill to light. Let the tank sit in the light position for five seconds and then you light the grill. This will keep air from getting into the intake hose and will keep your gas flame roaring high.
I was only able to get the grill up to 250 degrees before I found this fix posted on the Weber site. It is listed as the number one solution in the FAQ section.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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