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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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the flames should be blue and the burners clean. check gas pressure and the air mixture dampers. touch air will give you the same effect. if the burners are clean, it is the mixture. as far as the slots in the bottom. i have not seen that. but i work on commercial ranges.

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Depends on the temperature you are going to do it at. My recommendation would be to do an internet search and find the answer for the temperature you plan to use. The time will vary depending on the cooking temperature.

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Don't roast anything directly from the freezer. The most likely result is burning the exterior while the interior likely doesn't cook at all. Always thaw the meat before roasting; this goes for any meat. Once the meat is thawed it will cook evenly.

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My recommendation would be to do an internet search for them. Google, Bing, or whatever you use. Somewhere the instructions are available online, either from the manufacturer or elsewhere.

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Not here go back to the shop you purchased it from and ask them , take some pictures to show them .

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Low Flame coming out the the burners

Here are a list of reason why you may have a low flame coming out of your burner.

1. Is your tank filled with gas (have to add this as sometimes we do not realize). Place your tank on a household scale and weigh your tank. Look at the collar of the tank and stayed on the collar is a weight of the tank. Subtract the weight from the household scale from the weight of the tan and that is how many lbs left in the tank. A full tank will have approx 17-18 lbs of gas.

2. You could have a spider or other insect in your burner. Having a venturi tube cleaner is a must have accessory to effectively rid the burner tubes of any insects (or even debris).

3. Your regulator could be bad. Try replacing your regulator.

4. The office on the end of your valve could be clogged. Be sure grill and gas are off AND the grill is cool. Remove the cooking grates, heat plates and burners. At the end of the valve is a threaded orifice. Unscrew the orifice and be sure that there is no grease clogging the hole. If there is you will need a really thin drill bit to clean or if you have an air blower.

5. Your OPD valve may have "checked." This is a safety measure that stops the flow of gas to a very minimal amount. In order to reset the gas line you need to turn all your grill knobs to the off position. Shut off the gas. Remove the regulator off the tank. Open the grill knobs. Allow any remaining gas to bleed out of the line. Leave the knobs open for a minute or two. Turn your grill knobs off. Reconnect the regulator to the tank. Crack the LP tank valve and slowly open the valve allowing the gas line to pressurize. Try restarting your grill.

on Mar 05, 2017 | Grilling

Not sure what the question is here. Red meat is certainly grillable, if that is the question. How to tell if it is done to your liking depends on what you are grilling. More detail/specifics would be helpful!

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They should just pull off. They may seat tight and may need some wd40 to lubricate them.

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FAKE NEWS- you've been tricked, bamboozled, hoodwinked, and fooled!

First of all, the U.S. FDA (Food and **** Administration) does not regulate meat and poultry; it's the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) that regulates beef, poultry, and processed egg products. You can read about federal food safety information at this site: Home FoodSafety gov

... and to answer your question, This is false!

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No take the bars off the top and the burner covers , the burners might be screwed in at the back , other wise they will lift out .

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put the old one back on . was not to be removed anyway .

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Try Googling (Vermont Casting)(1977)(manual) without parens.

Vermont Casting... | 156 views | 1 helpful votes

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Grilling | 159 views | 0 helpful votes

  • Open the two cart doors on the bottom front of the grill, if your DCS model has doors.
  • Remove the drip pan under the grill by sliding it forward.
  • Locate the 9-volt battery behind the grill control panel in the compartment directly below the "Ignition" button on the front of the panel. The battery is mounted vertically to the connection plate.
  • Pull the battery straight down to disconnect and remove, using pliers if necessary.
  • Hold the new battery in position below the connection terminals so that the positive (+) post on the battery is facing inward beneath the grill. The positive post is the larger of the two posts on the top of the battery. Push straight up to connect the battery.
  • Slide the drip pan back in place and close the grill cart doors.

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