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sturdy stainless steel is best choice for those things

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This uneven heating is something "grillers" have dealt with since we started cooking...the heat is higher directly over the source and gets progressively cooler as you move away.. This is more pronounced with gas or electric grill/cookers..because the heat source is in a fixed position...WITH charcoal, you can spread the coals out (if you use enough).. and get even heat over a larger area.... I have a NEW 4 burner(w/hot pad) Charbroil gas grill and a old Charbroil charcoal grill...I HAVE NEVER used the gas grill...and I grill 1-2 times a week!! ..(it was a gift/two years ago.... wanna buy it?)

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running out of time and too rich
suggest that you call in an auto gas technician to check and adjust the regulator /converter for the gas to get it running right

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here's no magic number. You should get an inexpensive meat thermometer with a probe that goes to an alarm outside the oven (or to an app on your phone). Season it to taste, then put it in the oven at 350 (F) until the middle of the roast reaches about 10 degrees (F) below where you want it. I prefer my pork around 140 degrees (F), juicy and slightly pink. Then pull it from the oven and let it rest, lightly tented with foil, for about 20 minutes to give the juices time to redistribute and residual cooking to take place. Meanwhile, crank up the oven to 450 or 500. When the roast has rested, put it back in the oven to brown for a few minutes.

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There's no magic number. It depends on what sort of result you want, the heat of your grill, the temperature of your meat, even your altitude. I would do a reverse sear, which means building a two-zone fire (or lighting only half of your gas burners), then using a meat thermometer probe and cooking it on the cool side of the grill until the middle of the roast reaches about 10 degrees (F) below where you want it. Then switch to the hot side of the grill and finish the outside (avoid lengthy flare ups). Let it rest, lightly tented with foil, for at least 20 minutes to give the juices time to redistribute and residual cooking to take place. Personally, I prefer my pork around 140 degrees (F), juicy and slightly pink.

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it depends on what type grill you have. Gas requires that you have a full tank , TURNED on . then if it has an ignitor you press that button after turning on the burner control .

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This sounds like a reg problem not enough pressure for 3 burners .

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didnt specify unit--generic answer - they break order a new one most hardware / stores that sell outdoor products have a universal replacement

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Sorry we have no way to look that info up for you.

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Hello!

Here you can find manuals for Master Bilt electric grills.
Hope it will help. Seems that there is a problem is with the heating element.
http://manualsbrain.com/en/brands/master-bilt/electric-grills

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***** is a good one. just quit.

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https://www.brinkmannpartsworld.com/models

Look on your smoker and get the model number. Go to the above link, enter your model number and order your part.

Semper Fi,
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CLR is good .

Weber Q Grill | 344 views | 0 helpful votes


Most of these are generic. If you don't have a local BBQ store, try searching "bbq replacement probe" at Amazon. If you know your thermometer's model number or name, you can add that to your search.

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It is most likely the saftey check valve in the tank. The procedure is to:
  • Close tank valve.
  • Disconnect hose connection from grill to tank.
  • Wait
  • Reconnect hose connection from grill to tank
  • "Slowly" open valve on tank to release gas back into grill
Through on some steaks

If still a problem replace tank.
The check valve that can cause your problem drastically reduces propane flow in case of an accident and the lines are ruptured
Hope this helps?

Kenmore Grilling | 65 views | 1 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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Try Googling (Big Green Egg)(model)(manual) without parens.

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