Question about Grilling
No the grill can't freeze and lose it's gas. But the regulator could and stop the gas. If that's the case, take a bath towel soak it in hot water, ring it out and quickly wrap it around the regulator. If i was frozen, this should thaw it out and the gas should start flowing in several minutes. If the tank valve was turned OFF in the winter and you just turned it on. Turn the tank valve OFF and disconnect the hose from the tank. Wait 5 minutes and reconnect the hose to the tank. Now, turn the tank valve on VERY, VERY SLOWLY (slow motion, slow). Once the valve is fully open, light the burner farthest from the grill and turn it to the highest setting. Does the flame height now appear to be normal? If so, light the remaining burner(s) following the same procedure. If all burners have returned to normal, you solved the problem. Just remember to always turn the tank valve ON very, very slowly.
Hope this helped you solve the problem. Please let me know. Thanks and Happy Grilling!
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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