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My bull brahman grill seems to have inadequate gas flow the tanks are full it wuill onlky support 1 to 2 burners and they are under powered

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If the tanks are fully open then look for a kink in the hose, check the regulator, and if you put it together then make sure the adjustment knobs are positioned properly.

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We replaced the regulator and the grill still does not have big flame always seem to be on low despite knob adjustment

Turn off propane. Disconnect propane tank from barbecue. Open burner valves for about 20 seconds. Close valves. Reattach propane tank. Slowly open propane tank valve. Turn on burner and ignite

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Burner knobs on my new Bull Brahma gas grill are getting too hot to touch after grill has been on for a short while. It require a pot holder just to turn them to the off position.

Your problem has been occurring quite frequently with a lot of different model grills, lately. It's usually caused by the burner flames leaking into the control panel area. You will have to shut the grill down and turn the tank OFF, and allow it to cool, before removing all the burners to inspect and clean them, thoroughly. Particularly, each burner's venturi valve. Which are near the open end of the burner, where it fits over the burner orifice. It will look like 2 slots cut into each side of the burner. Spiders like to go into these and build a nest. While you have the burners out, carefully look for any rust through or deformation of each burner.

Hope this helps you to troubleshoot and solve the problem. Happy Grilling.

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I replaced the burners under the grill and the gas is is flowing with a very small flame but i cant get it to have a large flame. what can i do?

Easy solution. Turn off your propane grill tank. Disconnect the hose from the tank, Wait 5 minutes and reconnect the hose. Now, turn the tank vale on very, very slowly, until it full open. Then light each burner one at a time. Turn the flames to high.The burner flame height should have returned to normal.

Remember to turn the tank on very, very slowly each time after turning the tank off.

Happy Grilling!

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Hopefully it is something simple like turning on the full tank too fast. Turn it off, disconnect it, reconnect it and turn tank valve back on very slowly. If this doesn't resolve the issue, click on my username and scroll down my profile to my tips and tricks for gas grill lighting issues. One of them should help.

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Problem: Low flames on grill, tank is full.

Cause: These newer tanks have a device inside that limits the flow of gas to prevent leaking or accidental discharge of gas from the cylinder. The leak detector mechanism inside the tank shuts off the gas whenever the valve is opened rapidly.

Close the tank valve and remove the tank. Check the gas line for ANY object that could cause blockage. Open all valves on the grill to eliminate any pressure whatsoever. Close all valves and reattach tank. SLOWLY open the tank not over 2 turns. Check for leaks. I just open my tank a tiny bit but that is just me.

This late model gas grill service manual has more details on page 13.

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