Question about Weber Grilling
If you just installed a new, full tank of propane and turned it on and the burners wouldn't light.
Turn the tank off, disconnect from the grill hose (you'l hear a whooshing sound and smell gas, but that's alright). Wait several minutes and reconnect the hose to the tank. Turn the gas valve on very very slowly, until it's full open. Now, try lighting your grill.
Remember, you will need to turn the tank valve on very very slowly every time you change tanks or turn the tank off after grilling.
What happened was this ... When you turned the tank on quickly it locked up the grill's gas regulator. Doing what suggested usually solves the problem. Oh, one other thing ... be sure your tank is not empty. The grill you have uses a lot of gas.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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