Question about Grilling
You will have to replace the Nozzle IN EACH BURNER
1. Turn off the gas supply .
2. Disconnect the flexible gas line from inlet [usually on the ON-OFF control valve on the heater].
3. Remove the heater's control valve. Located on the end opposite from where the gas line was attached, is the nozzle [it looks like a brass pipe plug (hex head) with a small hole in the center of the hex head]. It is the size of this hole which determines the rate of gas flow.
4- Remove this nozzle,
5- Replace the removed nozzle with the new nozzle.
6- Repeat for each nozzle.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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