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Contact Thermos directly to determine availability and source.

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no its a breather hole don't block it

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Almost certainly yes. The infrared grills work by gas and air coming through the surface under pressure. The crack would cause lower pressure and flameout. Does it flame at this area?

Beyond the nozzle (towards the burner) that you cleared is an area called the venturi, this is where the gas is mixed with air before it hits the burner. check that for blockages.

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Fixya does not sell replacement Thermos regulator valves. Try contacting Thermos directly to determine availability and source.

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Fixya does not sell Flame tamer x2.

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does it have a battery
most cookers are pizo operation which operates by the button being pushed action

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Depends what you are cooking.

"Time-Saver Roasting: Use this method for the tenderest beef cuts if you're in a time crunch. Roast at 325°F (160°C) for approx. 30 min per lb (500 g) for medium doneness. Tenderloin can be roasted at temperatures up to 400°F (200°C)."

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Three possibilities come to mind. First, is the propane tank full? Second, is the valve on the tank open all the way? Last, is there any obstruction in the lines such as spider webs. Spider webs can even make a furnace not run. This could easily cause low flow issues.

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Vermont Castings only sells through its dealer network. I've provided the link to their dealer locator page:
Vermont Castings Find Local Dealers

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I am sorry but we don't have parts resources.

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replace the gas regulator
check for blockages in the gas hose

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The best advice I could offer you is to check with the manufacturer as they may offer a conversion kit themselves.

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air vent needs opened a little

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It is recommended to allow the flavor to soak into the meat for flavor all the way through. I put mine in a plastic container and turn it several time throughout the night before and it turns out juicy and tender.

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Check the venturi tube just behind the control knob and before the burner tube. You will probably find it full of spiders nests. You need to introduce air to the gas and that is where it is regulated.

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probably the nozzle inside the burner must be clogged,usually you can remove the nozzle from the burner to pierce with a thin stoker, but sometimes it is a very thin hole and then take a van lighter gas and put the valve in the hole and press opposite the gas can in order those with full pressure any dirt opposite syringe out, sometimes want to work well, but a set of piercing needles is the good way. there is often at the beginning of the hose a pressure regulator with a button that you press before the regulator comes into force

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I hope your talking in old money(Fahrenheit)...!
Even so that sounds like a fire waiting to happen...
Spontaneous combustion (ignition) of paper(wood) is:
451 Fahrenheit
233 Celsius

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