Question about Grilling
Check to see if the flexible tubes from the burner assembly to the gas valves are clear, undamaged, and completely seated on the burner valve orifices. If these tubes are only partially seated at the valves, gas can leak and ignite under the control panel. If this happens, the control valves can be damaged creating a serious fire hazard. If in doubt, replace the control valves.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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