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The best way is with a probe thermometer, but here are weights, times and temperatures. If the pork has rind on it, score it with a very sharp knife or a craft knife into 1/4" strips, place the joint in a sink and pour a full kettle of boiling water over the crackling. Rub with salt and cook uncovered. Use a couple of BBQ skewers across the top of the roasting pan and right through the joint to keep it crackling upwards.

How to Roast Pork ' Roast Pork Times & Temperature ' Waitrose

https://www.waitrose.com/home/recipes/roast-guide/roast-pork.html
Cook for for 30 minutes, then reduce to 180C/Gas 4/fan 160C for the remaining time. Calculate total cooking time for 35 minutes per 500g, plus 35 minutes. Pan fry pork fillet in 1 tbsp oil for 4-5 minutes to seal the meat on all sides. Transfer to the oven and cook for 5 minutes per 100g.

How to Roast Lamb ' Roast Lamb Times & Temperature ' Waitrose

https://www.waitrose.com/home/recipes/roast-guide/roast-lamb.html If it's lamb you're roasting this weekend, let Waitrose help you cook it to perfection. Visit today to make use of our helpful advice on cuts, timings and more.

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You will need to but a kit for this grill that come with the injectors only the makes will know the size .

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First, go to Bed Bath and Beyond and purchase a Gourmet Sous-vide water bath cooker ($99). Vacuum package your steak and put it in a large pot with water up to the indicator on the Sous-Vide cooker. Set the temperature to 133 degrees for med. rare and let it cook for 4 hours max.
After the four hours, turn your grill on as hot as it gets and quickly blacken the outside. The inside is already cooked through. The steak doesn't have to rest. Just enjoy the most tender steak you've ever had.
I sous-vide steaks a few days ahead of a party at different levels of doneness and store in fridge. About an hour ahead of the cooking, I throw the shrink wrapped steaks in a sink with very hot water for about 1/2 hour (not over 120 degrees). Then I can unpack the steaks at the same time and cook them all at once on a read hot grill. Everything is ready at the same time.

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A clue as to what you are using may help you get an answer.

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Google (sunbeam)(BC1217G)(manual) without parens.

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check ignitor see if too close together or debris blocking spark

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The first thing to do is thoroughly clean the gas jet orifices with a wire brush and carburetor spray or other suitable solvent.

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maybe your regulator is no good??

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go here and download the manual

https://www.weber.com/GB/en/support/user-guides/nav51.html

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Check the reg is giving the correct pressure

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You need to take that whole bottle into an authorized service dealer to have it inspected and serviced. They have special strap clamps to hold the cylinder and tools to remove the valve. They are most likely going to replace the whole valve assembly and the valves is not serviceable or available. This is due to the chances of catastrophic failure

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Then you have a gas leak you may well need to change the reg ,

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