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Check burner is claen along with oriffice , also check reg could not be giving good pressure

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Grill slow to start, doesn't get hot


sometimes spider webs clogs the orifaces. also check your regulator .if its not making any sound give it a light tap with wooden hammer handle sometimes the diaphram sticks

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My weber grill doesn't seem to be getting enough gas thruogh the jet to heat to proper temp.


The most likely problem is that food drippings have clogged some of the pin-hole gas outlets in the burner tubes. If those are clean and open, then either your propane tank is not releasing the gas or the controls on the grill are not releasing the gas. If you look at the flame level, probably best done with the flavorizer bars removed, and they are all the same with the controls on high, then it it probably the tank valve. If the flame heights are different, the lower one(s) are the ones where the control valve(s) are not working and need to be replaced. Good luck!

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Our food doesn't seem to be cooking properly.....it is taking a long time, and seems to kind of "simmer", rather than grill, even though the burners are both on and turned full on.


If this is a propane (LP) grill, try replacing the regulator and hose that goes to the tank. It sounds like the grill is not getting enough gas.

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I have a SureFire Grill (SF30HOLP) that I recently converted to NG. For some reason the gas will flow through the regular and light, but at times I am not getting gas through the regulator. I have a...


I would try replacing the regulator, not very expensive and easy to do, first. If that doesn't fix the problem, call the gas company and see if there is a flow problem to the line itself. I have worked on grills that were operating properly, but there just wasn't enough gas flow in the line for the grill.

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Recently replaced all 5 burner tubes and now when I light the grill it doesn't get hot enough - stays around 250 degrees.


Gerald, when you turned the gas tank valve back On, after replacing the burner, the OPD Valve in the grill tank partially locked up the grills gas regulator. To solve this problem, follow the steps below:

1. Turn the gas valve OFF and disconnect the hose from the tank. Wait 5 minutes.

2. Reconnect the hose to the tank and open the tank valve VERY, VERY, SLOWLY (Slow motion,
slow).

3. Once the valve is fully open, light the burner farthest from the grill first and turn it to HIGH. Does
the flame height look correct for the highest setting? If so, light the remaining burners the same
way. Now, to all the flame heights look normal for the highest setting. if so, you solved the
problem.

4. Close the hood/lid of the grill and allow it to preheat for at least 15 minutes. The temperature
reading (if your grill thermometer is correct) should between 400 & 450 degrees F, depending on
outside air temperature. Which is hot enough to sear a steak.

If none of the above corrected the problem. You will need to replace the grill's Hose/Regulator Assembly, because the regulator is partially locked up. You can pickup one at any home center or hardware store that sell gas grills and accessories for about $30.00. Take your old one with you for comparison purposes.

Hope this helped you to troubleshot and solve the problem. Happy Grilling!!

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Just bought a new Jenn-Air grill and cant get the temp past 250. Any ideas what i am doing wrong?


First, check that all the gas lines and flame bars are clear of any 'things' or bugs. I had a similar problem with a Webber grill and found out my problem was with the gas bottle. The new Overflow Protection Valve required on LP bottles can closed off or severly slow the flow of gas when the bottle is full and the valve is opened quickly. It will let enough gas flow to light the grill but won't let the fire get high enough to heat the grill up. Turn all the valves off on the grill and gas bottle. Open the gas bottle valve slowly then turn on the grill burner and try lighting it. If the flame is still very low try again or you have to let it burn at the low level until the OPV float drops down and the valve doesn't impede the gas flow. The best way to avoid this in the future is to not fill the gas bottle to the top when you have it refilled. Just ask the LP attendent to not fill it all the way.

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Low flame - doesn't heat enough


Hi, Patty. The low burner flame on a natural gas grill an be caused by several things.

1. The gas line shutoff valve is not fully open.
2. The burners are clogged and need to be removed and properly cleaned
3. The venturi valve(s), which has spider screens may be clogged.

The things listed above are the top 3 reasons for the low burner flame problem on a Natural Gas Grill.

To help you accomplish the cleaning of the burners and the venturi valves, I have included a link to your Owners Manual, that you can download & print for future reference. It has detailed instructions and diagrams in the Maintenance section, that will show you how to accomplish this.

http://help.weber.com/manuals/pdf_files_2011/Gas/Spirit%20ES%20Series%202007newer/OwnersGuides/Spirit_210310_NG_OwnersGuide_89961_022811.pdf


Hope this helps you to solve the problem. Please let me know. Thanks and Happy Grilling!!

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Grill doesn't reach max. temp when burners are on high


This is normal. Having the gas valve partially opened does not release the volume of gas necessary to bring the temp. on high.

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Re: hi


How old is the grill?
When was the last time you cleaned the grill?
Is it Liquid Propane or Nat. Gas?

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