Question about Weber Genesis Silver A Grill
You might have air block. When turning off the grill, leave one burner on and shut the tank valve.
When grill cools, close the remaining valve. When restarting the grill, open the tank valve, then the start burner, then the igniter. When first burner is going, open remaining two valves to preheat the grill.
This has worked on two different grills.
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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