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If you have the necessary mechanical skill

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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 .

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first remove burner , clean all air ports on burner check burner is not split . blow burner out with air line or vac inside could be blocked . clean off all soot . replace burners and see how flame looks should be nice and blue not yellow .

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any gas supply shop or BBQ retailer spares

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Heating element or control failure (or both)

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yes flame should be blue. check the tubes leading to the burners for spider webs and clean them out with a small round brush on a twisted wire

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eat it the way it is cold. or microwave for 20 seconds

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to get good crackling in or out of a oven bag, rub plenty of salt into the skin first

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Burned out heating element.

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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.

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