Question about Weber Q Grill
My Q also 'burned dry'. Have filled up the tank, connected and reconnected the hose,done all the tricks about slooowwly turning on the tank, etc. I got it to light once but flames were very low and it burned out. Now I can barely get it to hiss and it won't stay lit. How can I tell if it is the regulator, clogged burner tube or neither?
I’d try cleaning the burner tubes. Use your brush front to back, not side to side, as this only transfers the grease from one slit to the other. If it’s been a while since you cleaned them, you might try Weber customer service. They sent me a new tube set, free of charge - this was several years ago. I’ve since given that Q away, moved to Florida and bought another Q. Love it.
Posted on Nov 01, 2017
By what you have done it points to the reg .
Posted on Oct 31, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: low flame on burner...
Remove the burner and check the flexible tubes for kinks or blockages. The flexible tubes usually just slip over the backs of the valves. Spiders love to get in there and block them. Also check that the holes in the burners are not clogged. Be careful when reseating the flexible tubes to be sure that they are properly seated on the back of the valves. Failure to properly seat the flexible tubes can cause leakage there, and the gas can ignite at the back of the valves and not reach the burner. Be certain that the replacement burner is designed to use with your grill and the flexible tubes mate properly with the back of the valves.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
I have used the Q-series for 2 years. The blue and low flame is absolutely normal. Weber's philiosophy is of avoiding flare ups when grilling for best taste. I love this grill - very easy to clean, uses less gas and makes great food.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Bypass valve need reset. All grills made after 1996 have this valve.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
I had this problem with a brand new grill so it wasn't grease in the hose. Due to the new propane regulators you have to turn the propane tank on for at least a minute before turning the grill to light. Let the tank sit in the light position for five seconds and then you light the grill. This will keep air from getting into the intake hose and will keep your gas flame roaring high.
I was only able to get the grill up to 250 degrees before I found this fix posted on the Weber site. It is listed as the number one solution in the FAQ section.
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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