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CLR is good .

Weber Q Grill | 213 views | 0 helpful votes

gas regulator are gas regulators so go to a hard ware shop that sells BBQ /outdoor cooker equipment,
take yours along as a sample and get a new unit

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Could it be the draw off the tank is okay for two burners and not 4 hence the temp drop

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I place ham in a large roasting pan or large rectangular pan using a rack under the ham. Set oven to 325 and cook 15-18 minutes per pound. I make a glaze. I glaze half way through cooking time and then a second time 15 minutes prior to removing from oven.

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If that white is ceramic, I think it is the actual ignitor, not the switch.

Thermos... | 134 views | 0 helpful votes

Try wallmart . Home depot , Canadian tire. lowes.

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Sorry we do not sell parts here.

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Sorry we do not sell parts nor do we have a locator service for them other then a Google search engine

Grilling | 109 views | 1 helpful votes

to the manufacturer

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No battery. The igniters are piezo style that doesn't use batteries. If it has failed, you can get a replacement at any store that sells BBQ grilles or home improvement stores.

Grilling | 102 views | 1 helpful votes

Google indoor barbeque that will bring up stockists and price

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Did you check round the burner control knobs

Weber Spirit... | 153 views | 0 helpful votes

Can you attach pictures to see if we can help?

Grilling | 282 views | 0 helpful votes

Question, when you pull off the knob do you see a screw on the front of the valve? Since the grill was converted, there are times where manufacturers use gas specific valves and the screw is there as an adjustment. Let me know.

Kenmore Grilling | 264 views | 0 helpful votes

After making sure your knobs are installed properly examine the full length of all burner tubes. You will be looking for areas of corrosion or damaged metal. Holes that are larger than they should be will cause too much LP expulsion resulting higher temperatures. Replacement parts, schematics, customer support and much more is available at the official Weber site.

Weber Grilling | 206 views | 0 helpful votes

Yes it could well be a pressure problem .

Broilmaster... | 131 views | 0 helpful votes

Possibly not after two years . I would think not if it went up in flames .

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