I am in need of several parts for my DCS 48A-BQAR grill including 3 burners and other parts but I need a schematic of all the parts to the grill so I can tell you what all I need. Could you e-mail a parts list showing a exploded isometric drawing showing each part and its placement of all parts on the grill. Please call me at my office at: 812-683-4376 or my cell phone early mornings or evenings at 812-639-7770. My e-mail address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
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This would need greasing the controls dry out and you get brass on brass take the control knob off there are two screws you can remove and take the plug out and grease it with black control grease . then replace this should then work .
I have the same problem - What I determined is first the gas safety valve button would not push in. I researched the problem and found that if you ever overheat your grill by "cleaning it" by placing foil over the grill, then the intense heat likely overheated the valve. ( in my case) which I replaced. After replacing the valve, my rotisserie would not stay on. I found that the thermocouple was defective. the TC is a piece of copper that attaches to the back of the safety valve and the other end has a probe that is up at the rotisserie burner. When you light the rotisserie, and press in the valve button, it should stay lite after about 10 seconds. When the probe heats up, it sends and electrical signal to the electro magnet which operates and keeps the valve open. I bought my thermocouple from PEX supply for $9.50. DCS wants $56.00 for the same part which is manufactured by Robertshaw. Part number you want is 1980-072 thermocouple .
On some grills, the valves are also attached with screws to the front panel, these screw are removed and the front panel comes off. If this is not the case, you may have to unhook the gas line from the manifold.