Question about Brinkmann 810-2300-B Grill
Solution #1 is correct. If your regulator is / was good, then you would most likely have a leak in a line or fitting - and the regulator has properly restricted or stopped gas flow as it's designed to do for obvious safety.
However a very common leak is the main plastic tank coupling which renders the whole regulator and hose assembly useless.
Quick fix, go to Wal-Mart and buy a $20 replacement regulator which comes pre-fitted with hoses and couplings. Get the dual or single hose depending on whether you have a side-burner or not.
Voila! Your good to go a few more years.
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
This is a problem with the regulator. It is not allowing enough pressure to maintain the burners when all are lit on hi. You can get these regulators at most major retailers or directly from th emanufacturer.
Hope this helps you out.
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
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