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My char-broil 463268706 is not getting over 300 degrees, usually only around 200 degrees. how do i get it hotter. maybe even 400 degrees? (its set up as propane)

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Kwiles I do not have solution for your problem but do you still have that grill? I have the same one but it is converted to natural gas now I need to convert it back to the propane gas but I have lost the orifices which I removed to convert to natural gas. Can you please help me and unscrew one of your orifices take some measurements and pictures and send it to me? my email krislizak at gmx dot com. Please help me I need those dimensions.
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