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I have a JennAir grill, model # 720-0337, purchased at Lowes 2 years ago. It is not getting enough gas to the burners, just will light slightly but not enough for proper heat. I have cleaned it thoroughly and still nothing obvious. Do I have a regulator problem?

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Full tank(s) no gas to grates???

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I took out the burners and found that corrosion had made the holes much smaller. I took a round toothpick and, one by one, cleaned each hole. I then shook the burner so that as much of the corrosion as possible came out the gas line intake hole. Mine works just fine now.

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there are 2 or 3 screws on each side,unscrew them the front panel will be free pull down, now you can take the burner out and put new ones in.

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What you have is a classic symptom of a bad regulator. If no gas is going fromt he new tank to the burners, you can bet it is the regulator. No real way to test it once it stops working all together. As it is going bad, the flames on the burners will get smaller as each buner lights.

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SOURCE: How do you replace burners on Jenn-air 720-0337

First, remove the grill grates, then the flame tamers to access the burners. As you face the grill, carefully lift up the end of the burner farthest from you (It may or may not have a cotter pin holding it in. If it does, remove the cotter pin with a pair of needle nose pliers). As you lift it up, it should pull away from the burner orifice (inside the control panel). And that's all there is to it.To reinstall the burner, do everything in reverse. But, there is no need to replace the cotter pin. It was there for shipping purposes.

Hope this helped you. Please let me know. Happy Grilling!!

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