Question about Kenmore 774 sq. in. Cooking Area Gas Grill 15337
The problem was probably not the regulator, it's the OPD valve in the propane tank. OPD valves came about 6 or so years ago. They are an overfill prevention device. The key to overcoming your problem is fairly simple. Turn the tank valve OFF, disconnect the grill hose from the tank. Wait 5 minutes and reconnect the hose to the tank. Now, here"s the real secret (do this very time you turn the tank ON). Open the tank valve VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow), until the tank valve is fully open. Starting with the burner farthest from the tank, light it and turn it to its highest setting. If the flame height appears to be normal, do the same thing with the remaining burner(s). If all the burner's flame heights appear to now be normal, you have solved the problem. Just remember to do this every time you turn the tank valve ON.
Hope this advice solves your problem. Please let me know and please don't forget to rate my response to you. Thanks and Happy Grilling!!
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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