Question about Char-Broil Commercial Stainless Steel Grill
I have a Char-Broil comercial 4-burner grill model 463268007 running on a 20lb propane tank. After operating correctly for a short time, the regulator reduces the gas flow to a level at which the grill will not stay above 250 degrees. It happens almost every time we use the grill. I'm on my second regulator from Char-Broil (both cause the problem). I've changed tanks. I've unhooked the regulator and let it reset. What's causing this?
The new regulators will automatically shut down or reduce flow if the it senses that the flow is too high (as in a line leak or break). It can also be folled if you open the valve too quickly. There is a special plastic plug that can reset a tripped valve in the new tanks. (Mosquito Magnet supplies one with their product).
The other thing is that there is a recall going on at Char Broil of defective thermometers that are reading too low.
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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