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I have a 10 year old Weber and this has happened a few times to me. I just pull the grills off and then the flavour bars out . I take my wirebrushs and scrape off the holes on all three tubes. Light the BBQ and test to see if all of the holes are burning. Id their are a few still not producing a flame use the wirebrush on the tubes again. Please try not to burn yourself. Once the holes are clean and burning well - replace the flavour bars and grill. (I suggest you cleam your BBQ once every 6 months depending on your use). Good luck

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