Question about Masterbuilt ESBMPG Grill
Burner has gone bad and can not fine one anywhere
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the 2 grill wire cooking racks by lifting them out of the top of the grill, next lift out to remove the 3 heat deflector panels which exposes the 3 burner tubes. Remove the 4 screws located on the outside flanks (2 on each side) of the 5-knob control panel assembly - then gently slide the knob control assembly outward and away from the grill just about an inch or two. You can now remove the old burner tubes and replace them with the new units. Then simply slide the control assembly back into the grill frame and replace/tighten the 4 screws. Voila`
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
Go to Dome Depot. Lowes or whomever your large hardware store is and get and new regulator and connecting kit (it is probably the regulator), they are not expensive. If this does not do it, it may be the valve on the broiler, but not likely.
Posted on May 08, 2009
SOURCE: all 3 Burmers won't stay lit
I contacted the company. Phone number 800-694-0013. You can order replacement parts thru them but they cannot take credit cards by phone you have to mail in the payment and they will Fed-Ex the part when they receive it. The lady I spoke with was very nice and helpful, she stated these grills are made for Meijer's pretty much exclusively and they are made in China and that if you can locate their website it is all in Chinese. She also stated the distributor has opted not to sell the replacement parts for these in the store.
Posted on May 29, 2009
One of the major problems with propane gas grills, including the Masterbuilt Veranda, is the pressure regulator. They get to where they do not release enough propane. Some, most, have an adjustment screw that will let you correct these problems. I think I replaced my Veranda regulator with another older pressure regulator from an old grill. Makes you crazy if you don't know this.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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