Question about Kitchen Ranges
I have a weber grill that I have had for several years. It has been terrific. Over this winter the automatic starter stopped lighting the grill and the grill, once started, does not heat to nearly as high a heat as it always has. It's on a natural gas feed. Could the problem be the hose, as it seems the gas supply may be a little less than in the past, or what could be causing this? (The lighter is sparking, but the grill doesn't light, leading me to believe that the gas flow may be down).
Check the gas valve. This will cause a decrease in gas pressure and would explain all your symptoms that you are having. Check it with a volt meter and your should read 120 volts
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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