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Propane gas grill - gas line meltdown of front controls

Do I now insure gas line is clear of insects, webs cocoons, etc.? How best to clear lines from tank and burners? (Charmglow model 810-6320-B)

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Remove the grates, flame broilers, etc. Then remove the burners. Clean the ports with small wire or drill to ensure gas is moving through entire burner. Reassemble and cook!

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Try these steps in order.
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  2. Disconnect the gas line from the tank
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There are a few things you can check.

1. The burner could be rusted and needs cleaned or repaired.
2. A spider or other insect has built a web in the inlets of the burners.
3. If you are using a 20lb propane tank, it could be overfilled.
4. If you turn off your grill using the propane tank valve and not the valves on the control panel, it may cause the overfill protection device to engage and decrease gas flow.
5. The regulator could be faulty.
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