Question about Napoleon Prestige I P600RB Propane Grill
The push button peizo ignitor may simply have lost it's ground. Trace the wiring fro the push button igniter to peizo spark ignitor(s) at the burner(s). The wire simply slides onto a needle like pin, on the bottom of the peizo. Gingerly, pull the wire off and then slide it back on. This should reestablish the ground. Also check the spark ignitors to make sure they're not covered with grease. If they are, clean them with a cotton ball soaked in alcohol.
As far as gas consumption is concerned, some gills do use more than others to reach sear temperatures. Usually, because of their burner design or configuration. However, once you preheat your grill to he temperature you want, that doesn't mean the flame height has to remain the same all the time. Once you start cooking, there's no reason you can't turn the burner(s) down some and conserve fuel.
Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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