Question about Weber Q Grill
Problem is as above plenty of gas in our 3 week old Webber Q220 but no spark to ignite - if we wait ages it sometimes lights but with a big whoosh with so much gas - what to do please?
Sorry bout your luck. I have a webber. Cheaper modek, and it does the same thing. I.leave my lid closed ...turn it on wide open wait 30 seconds and start lighting.
Posted on Jan 01, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ignite prob
You've got two different things going on. First - the type of igniter used on your model does wear. I have had mine for over 10 years and have gone through 3 such igniters - and I grill nearly 3 times per week over the 25 week "grilling" season where I live. Spring for the $12 part and just replace it.
The other issue sounds like a clogged cross-over system. I would remove the burners, including the cross-over bar on the far left side that connects them. Clean the exterior with a stiff steel/brass brush and the inside with a bottle brush. Make sure all the holes are clear to allow gas to flow easily - use a wooden tooth-pick to do this to make sure you don't change the size of the holes! Put that baby back together and I think you'll find you'll be good as new!
These grills are great. Now, if Weber could only fix the uneven heat problem between the left and right side I'd REALLY be happy! (I wish they would even just admit there IS a problem!)
Good luck and happy grilling.
Posted on May 19, 2008
yes replace it. you can call weber and they will send you one FREE just tell them whats wrong and the model number of the grill
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
It's an electric spark, so lightly sand the electrode tip plus the burner it sparks against. You will be removing rust and grease, probably. Try again. If still no spark, put the tip of a screw driver between the electrode and the burner. If that gets you a spark, adjust the electrode tip closer to the burner
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
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