Question about CADAC Grilling
The gas from the cadac propane bottle will not pass through the veins in the pan. I can see a lot of rust in the vents. its difficult to get in to the vents. I have used a hammer to try and unblock the rust.The gas does go up the pipe but the orifice exit point wont ignite when I light the flame
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Solution #1 is the answer -- replace the regulator. The problem is that the regulator is stuck closed. You can either replace it, or pop the little metal cap on the top off and adjust it. (Use a large philips screwdriver). Do a full turn counter-clockwise, and then 3/4 of a turn clockwise.
Posted on Apr 06, 2008
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
Yellow flame = not enough air. (Remember using Bunsen burners in school science lab? Air hole closed = yellow flame). Have you twisted the main metal tube (whilst trying to remove the burner assembly)? Remove the gas tube and metal plate (6 small cross headed screws). Draw out the gas valve. Look into the metal tube. You should see 3 slotted holes - the air holes. On mine they had twisted and were blocked by the plastic of the leg assembly. Using a good pair of pipe grips, rotate the metal tube until the air holes are clear. Then re-assemble. My Cadac Eazy Chef now works like new.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
SOURCE: Propane grill wont ignite
Well, it sounds like your grill is experiencing vapor lock. Vapor lock is basically air caught in the gas line and there is a relatively easy method to fix this. I want you to try this method and tell me what you get, ok? First, open the tank's valve, then open the burner valve and light the grill. Immediately after you see a blue flame, turn off the tank's valve, count to five and then close the burner valve. Repeat this procedure three times, the problem should clear itself.
If you are still experiencing problems, the regulator may be faulty and needs to be tested next, so go get a new regulator from your Lowe's and run the procedure again. If after all this, you are still experiencing the problem, let me know here. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
I brought a Cadac grill BBQ about 2 years ago. We used it on the weekend and found that it wasn't getting hot. to our surprise it wasn't burning properly. there was no blue flame just a flame which made all the nuder neath turn to soot and very black. We took it apart and found that where the cylinder slides into the top of the cooker, that inside the sylinder is a blue plastic molding which has melted. there should not be any heat at all in this area, so can any one help with why and how 2 fix it.
Posted on Jun 12, 2011
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