Question about Grilling
Uses a tank of propane in a week and haft.
Are you smelling gas around the grill or tank? Fill a spray bottle with soapy water, slowly turn on the tank valve, and check for leaks at the tank valve, hose, regulator, as well as each gas valve (remove the knobs first). If no smell or leak is found, check your burners to see if they are burning mostly blue. If they are lazy yellow, they could be dirty or partially clogged and require cleaning; or possibly rusted through and need replaced.. If you do have blue flames, consider turning down the burners for a reduced flame and see if that helps.
Posted on May 02, 2015
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