Question about Weber Q Grill
Assuming the burner's clean, try this solution that worked for me:
Often with a big bottle, people turn the gas off and on at the big bottle and leave the grill valve open. That makes the regulator see a low pressure on its output, which is a potential leak indication. It goes into "bypass". Try turning off the tank, turning off the grill valve, and turning on the tank, then waiting 20-ish seconds before turning the grill valve on.
If the burner's dirty, I take mine out of the grill and run it through my oven's self-cleaning cycle.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
It sounds like the holes in your burner are clogged. You'll need a very small wire to poke into each hole to clean it. Or buy a very inexpensive torch tip cleaner from any welding supply shop.
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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