Question about Thermos Stainless Steel Gas Grill
Sideburner inop. Ignites at lowest setting (with ignitor or match) but makes some kind of "garggley" noise. When I turn knob for a higher setting it then goes to a rapid fire "poof, poof, poof" sound, then goes out. Connections appear to be tight.
I have a Thermos Grill Gas #461262006 and I need I(Item No 80005703 4 Burners) and Item 80003332 Flame Regulator
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
It sounds like the orifice is bad. An orifice is a small metal part that has a small hole in it. This regulates the gas coming out to the burner. It is at the tip of the pipe that brings gas to the burners, before the flame. I don't know what the hell the garggley noise is. Unless the bottle is upside down, and you are getting liquid, I don't know.
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