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The burners do not get a full flame anyomre, nor

The burners do not get a full flame anymore, and takes for ever to cook. The back mounted rotissere burner doesn't work either. I cleaned the burner holes, but can't seem to pinpoint the problem. The grill is a Charmglow 8905.

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    when we turn the rotissereon flames come out the back pipe, should there be some thing between the pipi and the hole other side to the elements

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You may have spider web in the burner ... disassemble and blow it out with canned air or a air compressor ...

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So, in hopes of saving someone else, and possibly myself, some
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One time it was a bad ignitor. That's the part w/ 2 white wires sticking out just above the burners in the first shot. It's easy
to order online and replace.

The harder problem which I've seen most often is when the burner lights, but shuts off after about 5 seconds because the flame sensor doesn't detect the flame. The flame sensor is the glowing red rod to the right of the flames in the first picture. I took this shot after
cleaning it and getting the heater working again.

The second picture shows where it's mounted below the burner w/ one black wire leading to it. Don't remove the screw on the flame mount as the nut behind it comes off and is a bear to get back on. Besides, there's another screw that's nearly impossible to get to that keeps you from removing the sensor w/o removing the burner assembly.

However, I've found I can reach up from below w/ some steel wool and clean the corrosion off the flame sensor rod and that has fixed it
at least 3 times as I recall.

You should also check the burner tubes to see if they've been blocked by spiders. That happened to me once on a gas grill. Be sure to keep your face back when testing w/ the door off so you don't get singed.

Hope this helps!
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Due this test, turn on all burners on high, as you turn them on, does the problem burner change in volume or size of flame? If all burners are on and you only have issues with that single burner you need to replace that burner valve only. If you have issues with all burners when the all are on, replace the regulator.

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1. Get a screwdriver and multimeter.

2. Slide out the stove and unplug it.

3. Open the oven door and look along the front edge up under the cooking deck. You will see several screws. Remove them.

4. Pry up the top cooking deck, the deck is hinged on the back side of the stove.

5. Lift up the front end of deck and get something to prop it up with.

6. The heating elements are are mounted to sheet metal strips, which are attached to the bottom of the cooking deck with screws.

7. Plug the stove back in and set the bad element to high heat.
NOTE: THE EXPOSED WIRING UNDER THE DECK COULD BE ENERGIZED TO 220V, ENOUGH TO KILL IF TOUCHED! USE EXTREME CAUTION. NO CHILDREN, PETS OR CURIOUS ONLOOKERS NEED TO BE AROUND WHILE DOING THIS. ALSO, YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE DOING THIS IF YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING.

8. Take the multimeter probes and check the voltage going to the element. If the voltage is 220V, then the element is bad. If no voltage or very low voltage, then the controller is bad.

9. Unplug the stove.

10. If the controller is bad, then remove back cover from control panel. Remove controller and replace it.

11. If burner is bad, unplug burner and remove it...you will need to remove sheet metal strip that the burners are mounted on from deck before removing burner from the strip. NOTE: The burners are delicate, be careful.

11.a Mark the metal mounting strip where the burner tabs attach to it with a marker before removing burner because there are several locations on the strip where different burner sizes could be mounted.

12. The replacement burner is expensive. After careful inspection, I found the burner to be bad on ours, and the cause was a broken weld between the burner element foil where it is tack welded to the wire tab at the side of the burner. Looking at the quality of the welds, I would not be surprised if this is a common problem. One could take a piece of steel, say a paper clip or similar, and use a pair of needle nose pliers and fashion a small clip using the needle nose pliers to compress the break in the element foil back together. Otherwise, replace the element. I opted to repair the element and save the money.

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