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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove the paint. The heat will dry the metal and grease from cooking will keep it from rusting, if it's iron. If it's aluminum it's not a problem.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
Most of the time what appears to be paint pealing, on the inside of your grill lid, is actually soot from your LP gas and bad combustion. May need someone to provide a thorough clean of your burners and check that your orifice sizes are correct and clean(holes on back of valves). If you can, convert your grill to NG.. that will almost always solve a sooting issue(it burns much cleaner than LP)! Hope this gives you some answers?
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
From Weber.com Don’t worry, it’s not paint. The inside surfaces of our grill lids are not painted, they are coated with baked-on porcelain enamel which cannot peel. What you are noticing is a deposit of grease and smoke that collects during normal use. During use, the grease and smoke vapors slowly oxidize into carbon and collect on the inside of your lid. This deposit will eventually peel, and looks very similar to paint. The peeling normally starts in the center of the lid and spreads outward. It may come off in sheets or flakes, and is shiny on one side and dull on the other. These carbon deposits are non-toxic. But you might want to regularly remove the build-up. Fortunately, the peeling is easy to remove. Simply brush off all loose particles with a brass brush before you start grilling. To prevent future build-up, after every grilling session, while the grill lid is warm—not hot—wipe it with paper towels or a mild soap-and-water solution.
Posted on May 10, 2009
SOURCE: weber gas grill will not ignite
you will probably have to get a new igniter or try to adjust the one you have. there is a little electrode on the igniter that needs to be clean and a certain distance away to work properly.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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