Question about Ducane Standard 1504 (LP) Grill
I have a 10 year old Ducane 1504 which I love. When I turned it on the right side had orange flames come out from the knob so I turned it off. I removed the tube tried to clean it by tapping it and using a wire brush. after repositioning it the flames through the knob are gone. however, the flame is high and orange. The left side has a low blue flame - the way I think its supposed to work. Does anyone know what the problem is and how I can fix it? Is the grill safe to use?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Ducane 3 burner medidian
POP OFF A KNOB AND LOOK TO SEE IF THERE IS A TINY SCREW IN THE CENTER OF THE KNOB SHAFT . THAT WOULD BE YOUR ADJUSTMENT FOR GAS FLOW. IF IT'S NOT THERE, THE PROBLEM IS IN YOUR REGULATOR, AND IT'S ADJUSTABLE AS WELL.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
SOURCE: flame from behind knob
no these are a one time fail valve because the reason there is a flame is the packing has came out of the valve. Most of these valves may be purchased from either westlake hardware, home depot, or wal-mart.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
SOURCE: low flame
The newer type tank has an anti tip safety device. It gets all boo boo'd when the grill is moved around. Remove the tank. Open the valves on the grill and close them back. Re install the tank and slowly open the valve.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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
The most common cause of reduced flames is a pressure problem. Could be the gas regulator for the grill. When the burners are on try giving the gas regulator a tap with something hard and see if they change size. If they do then the rqulator could be sticking. And there is a very small hole on the regulator called a vent. If this hole gets plugged with dirt or grease you can get a low pressure problem. Look very carefully on the regulator housing for this small hole and verify that it is clear. Try using a small metal wire(like a tie strap for sandwich bags) to make sure it is clear. Also verify that the tank(if propane) is not overfilled. An overfilled propane tank will cause a pressure problem. You can turn the relief screw on the propane tank until no more liquid comes out to see if this fixes your problem.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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