Question about Weber Summit Gold B (NG)
Sound like this is insufficient air in the flame...
if you can, lift burners out, spray them with oven cleaner and leave for several minutes, use wire brush and clean them under the water. pat them dry with paper, check if all holes are free of rust, fat and debris, clean as required. this should restore your grill burners to nearly new condition, return airflow back to normal and restore your flame to blue.
wear faceshield/googles to protect your eyes and gloves to protect your hands while you do that! and better you do not wear your sunday best either... oven cleaner is strongly caustic and can burn holes in the fabric and bleach it.
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Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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