Question about Grills & Smokers
Every time I use my rotisserie, after a few minutes the heating element goes out. It appears that air is getting through the back where the element is and puts the flame out. I always have to light my grill burners whenever I use the rotisserie in order to cook. It seems like a design flaw because this happens when there is really no wind outside to speak of.
Hi all ,
I just bought a jenn air 720-0336 gas grill from bj's . the rear rotisserie burner would stop working after a few minutes .
hear is the deal , the rear inferred burner gets to HOT . they did not put any insulation between the ceramic blocks and the metal bezel.My fix was to remove the unit , drill out the 8 rivets holding the bezel on , carfully remove the bezel and install a fire proof gasket , i was abile to find the proper stuff at my local coal / wood stove retailer.it comes in a white sheet about 1/8 inch thick .
use steel rivets to reassemble . good luck . this took a week of trial and error to figure out .
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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