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The low jet probably has a partially blocked jet. It isn't unusual for paraffin or petrol fuelled burners to become blocked and the jets have to be cleaned regularly with a jet cleaner or pricker - a thin hard steel wire clamped in a pressed steel holder. Modern or premium products often have an internal jet cleaning mechanism built in.

It is rare for propane or butane powered appliances to suffer blocked jets but it does happen sometimes. If the jet is accessible it can usually be cleaned with a pricker of the right size but if it isn't accessible or the pricker provides only a temporary cure, the appliance will need partially dismantling and the jet (or nipple) removed for cleaning.

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Not enough air getting to them, adjust the damper.

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make sure that you are putting the axle in the right set of legs
normally go to the rear ,not the front
make sure that the leg is at the correct corner or the unit

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You won't find that grill anymore. Models come and go like waves in the ocean. You may find one with the same dimensions, but you won't find a new replacement for that exact model. This is the pitfall of "built-in" grills, as they have a tendency to need replacement within 5-7 years on average, due to wear and tear, and the elements. All a "built-in" grill is, for the most part, a typical grill that has not been mounted on the base unit and instead mounted into some kind of enclosure.

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i have look all over the internet and there is nothing saying it will and nothing saying it wont.

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Hello Steve Oglesby,

If I can keep my cheesy little CharBroiler 5000 running for more than 30 years... Your big beautiful RiverGrille Farmers Grill ought be no trouble at all...!!

I got lot of hits off of the internet...
Generic parts are available...
and even San Francisco, California still has a BLACKSMITH.

Of course you can!

Check out all the opportunities I got WITHOUT going back to the manufacturer...

https://www.bing.com/search?q=RiverGrille%20Farmers%20Grill%20parts&qs=n&form=QBRE&pq=rivergrille%20farmers%20grill%20parts&sc=0-31&sp=-1&sk=&cvid=ED006AC42C3842F39BC2C6984191D7EA

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you don't could not pass health regulations

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You will have to clean the holes on the burner they are blocked .

Use a small wire to clean the holes or remove the burner and clean with CLR to remove the broth .

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I think pellet grill smokers are ideal for some barbeque tasks and not others. What the drawbacks of a pellet grillare will depend on what you are trying to do with it. I'm linking to an extremely detailed article which addresses the pros and cons of pellet grilling. Top 5 BBQ Grill Smokers Grill it Smoke it

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I would google make and model to see if you can download a manual. I would say yes you need the bracket

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go to there wed site and see if you can order it direct , or look for a local stockist who can supply spares .

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You need to try Googling (Char-Broil)(4754512)(manual) to get correct instructions.

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does it light with out the electrode ? or do you have gas if its lpg . or is gap to big on electrode so it will not light .

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check with the manufacturer , who we do not know who made it or how long ago .

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tak it to the gym 2 make it stronker XD

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Yes it is, my god friend did this very thing. The pigs name "Ham", his cow was "T-bone"

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Refer your inquiry to Ducane.

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There is a fuse that you can check. There is a possibility that it is the ignitor, the auger motor, the controller, or the fan.
The process to tell which item is bad, is to disconnect all but the power and the RTD wire, plug it in and turn it to smoke, If the fuse blows it is the controller, if not turn it off and start hooking up the other wires one at a time, When you find the one that fries the fuse, you know what is bad.

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