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Coleman Grilling | Answered on Jul 02, 2018

If you have the Cal Flame burners that are straight, cast brass burners, there is a slot under neath the burners on the back end of the burners. This slot allows the flame to move from the left side of the burners to the right side of the burners. This slot in the burner will corrode shut and not allow the flame to move from the left to the right side. Sometimes you can scrape out the corrosion, and sometimes you can not. If you can't get the slot open, then you have to replace the burners. Cal Flame burners also have a reputation for warping.

Cal Flame... | Answered on Jul 02, 2018

take the nobs off and spray the nob while the sft is pushed in with some deep penetrating oil do this on all and leave to soak, and then one by one try and turn them back and forth and spray a bit more. should loosen them up ( no gas on while doing this) brass fittings bond with dust and different changes in heat and cold. just needs them cleaning out. if you can have it standing with the controls up in the air this will help oil get though to all parts in the valve.

Coleman Grilling | Answered on Jun 28, 2018

Burned out heating element.

Grilling | Answered on Jun 26, 2018

On google

Grilling | Answered on Jun 26, 2018

See the link. In future, full make and model name is useful. Google seems to think it is a Traeger Pellet Smoker?

What is LEr? - BBQ with 28, 2016 - According to Traeger technical support, "LEr" is an error code that appears on the control display when your grill operates for 10 consecutive minutes without reaching 125°F (regardless the set temperature). ... It will likely occur if you've left your grill open, or have run out of pellets.

I am guessing that you left the gas tap on the bottle open all winter? When that happens the gas pressure drops, so you aren't getting enough heat. Also having the lid open will cause this because the heat was lost.

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Grilling | Answered on Jun 23, 2018

If this is a new grill go back to where you brought it and ask for a replacement . Grill getting way to hot or you have a leak on the gas line behind the control knobs that is melting it .

Grilling | Answered on Jun 23, 2018

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