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Masterbuilt Veranda gas leak

Gas is leaking from under the control panel area and igniting there. At the place of ignition, there are pre-made holes in the brass coupling and holes on a plastic part within. The gas is not getting to the inside of the kettle where it should ignite. What can I do?

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    I have the same problem with an older model. The posted solution was not helpful at all! Seek professional help? You could say that for every problem! Should I take it apart and clean it? What would a professional do?

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It is strongly recommended that if you cannot see a blockage in the assemblies leading to the burner or damage to the burner itself, that you get professional help before you have a fire or worse.

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