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Grilling | Answered 14 hours ago


Stop.When you put the burners in you MUST make sure that they go OVER the gas line from the burner control valve.If not when you turn the burner to on you are just allowing propane into the open air and NOT thru the burner itself.

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A faulty control valve is the only reason for that. What happens when you observe the flames at the burner as you turn the control? Small flame to large flame? One other thing you can check is the venturi tube, that is the part just after the knob and jet, and just before the burner. Often they get filled with spider nests.

Grilling | Answered 2 days ago


That is the right answer Carla W and it should be down here, not up there where you ask the OP for more information. Answers go down here and you put the Link in where is says link. More Points as well, none up there where you are. :>)

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Grilling | Answered on Apr 18, 2018


Would be unadvisable to refreeze any type of fish. Also certain fish and especially salmon should only be origianally frozen for a very short period before eating.

Grilling | Answered on Apr 12, 2018


This component is raised above the body. It connects to the feeding tube and holds the beef chunks that watch for their fate. A terrific meat tray should be strong sufficient to maintain a generous amount of meat.Click the link for more info
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Grilling | Answered on Apr 10, 2018

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