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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Brinkmann BBQ
It sure sounds like it's blocked. Purchase a venturi tube cleaner (about $5) or try removing it and lightly tap on the ground to try and unplug the little holes that have filled with debris. If you have access to some air tools, try blowing it out-similar to an air filter of a car.
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
Clean any grease or residue that might be on the ignitor preventing it from sparking. If it is clean and it does not spark when pressed, replace it.
Posted on May 20, 2009
Well, they say youre going to use either the outside, or inside holes for the second question of attaching the on and off knob. But I found that I actually had to use one of each ! And the first question... just push them in really hard.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
First I have a couple of questions for your question on how to fix your
Brinkmann Gas Grill, Model 810-8501-S
1). Did you push the igniter for 3-5 seconds after you turned on the Sear Burner (remember, this needs to be done AFTER you've turned the control knob to HIGH).
2). Once the burner is lit, you then need to continue to PUSH & HOLD the control knob for another 30 seconds as this somehow seals the deal, thus this should solve the problem.
3). However, if this does NOT work, you may have a defective Sear Burner and the best thing to do is to contact the Customer Service Department over at Brinkmann:
* The Brinkmann Corporation
Attn: Customer Service
4215 McEwen Road
Dallas, TX 75244 Toll Free: (800) 468-5252
Local: (972) 716-4262
OR you may send them an email through this link:
Hope this helps!
Posted on May 30, 2010
SOURCE: I have a brinkmann 3
I am not sure, but I think the Brinkman uses the ignitor to light one burner and the other burners light after the first one allowing the flame to "crossover".
Posted on Sep 18, 2011
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