Grilling - Answered Questions & Fixed Issues


Just use a 9 volt batterie

DCS Grilling | Answered 3 hours ago | 46 views


i would check the gas tubes for spider webs

BBQ Guys... | Answered 13 hours ago | 110 views


replace spark unit check wire

Grilling | Answered 14 hours ago | 107 views


Yes the burner needs cleaning . Yellow is lack of air causing soot and co2 . turn off do not use . needs a service and to find out why its sooting

Masterbuilt... | Answered 3 days ago | 78 views


Did you put the reg in the right way round .

Grilling | Answered 3 days ago | 95 views


Are we standing there by your shoulder . NO I guess not , sorry we do not do house calls

Fiesta Grilling | Answered on Jan 14, 2018 | 23 views


Which brand is you grill? Some brands you can get the venturi on its own.

The Great... | Answered on Jan 13, 2018 | 86 views


No at this point your roast cannot be fixed.
The future pretend your eyes your roast prior to cooking once it's cooked there's nothing you can do to tenderize it cooking it more but only make it tougher .

Grilling | Answered 3 days ago | 31 views


dirt dust., cobwebs. where it was stored ,

Coleman Roadtrip... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018 | 114 views


What grill do you have? Is the igniter battery operated, piezo or electric?

Grilling | Answered on Jan 10, 2018 | 30 views


Cooking times are dependent on much more than weight. The shape of the roast, the thickness, the uniformity, the outside temperature, the quirks of your grill... the only way to cook a roast properly is with a probe-type thermometer. You decide what temperature you want the center of your roast and cook it until it reaches that temperature. Be sure to cook over the cool side of a two-zone fire and rotate every once in awhile to even out which side faces the fire side.

Weber Grilling | Answered on Jan 09, 2018 | 51 views


Cooking times are dependent on much more than weight. The shape of the roast, the thickness, the uniformity, the outside temperature, the quirks of your grill or oven... the only way to cook a roast properly is with a probe-type thermometer. You decide what temperature you want the center of your roast and cook it until it reaches that temperature. The lower the cooking temperature, the more evenly the roast will cook. You can Google roasting temps to give you a general idea, but if you use a recipe time, you will overcook or undercook your roast, probably, 60% of the time. Probe thermometers are cheap and reliable.

Grilling | Answered on Jan 09, 2018 | 57 views


Put it in the fridge. Make sure it's in some sort of pan that will contain any juices that leak. It could take several days. Whether you cover it or not depends on how you want to cook it and whether you want the surface to dry, but if you not sure, cover it.

Grilling | Answered on Jan 09, 2018 | 60 views


Cooking times are dependent on much more than weight. The shape of the roast, the thickness, the uniformity, the outside temperature, the quirks of your grill or oven... the only way to cook a roast properly is with a probe-type thermometer. You decide what temperature you want the center of your roast and cook it until it reaches that temperature. The lower the cooking temperature, the more evenly the roast will cook. 300 degrees will take awhile but the outcome will be excellent. You can Google roasting temps to give you a general idea, but if you use a recipe time, you will overcook or undercook your roast, probably, 60% of the time. Probe thermometers are cheap and reliable.

Grilling | Answered on Jan 09, 2018 | 66 views


Cooking times are dependent on much more than weight. The shape of the roast, the thickness, the uniformity, the outside temperature, the quirks of your grill or oven... the only way to cook a roast properly is with a probe-type thermometer. You decide what temperature you want the center of your roast and cook it until it reaches that temperature. The lower the cooking temperature, the more evenly the roast will cook. You can Google roasting temps to give you a general idea, but if you use a recipe time, you will overcook or undercook your roast, probably, 60% of the time. Probe thermometers are cheap and reliable.

Grilling | Answered on Jan 09, 2018 | 38 views


1. Are you using a portable LP cylinder? LP Regulators freeze up when the liquid part is the propane is flowing through the regulator this is caused by an overfilling of the propane tank.
2. If the BTU capacity of the regulator is not high enough to cover the BTUs of your grill, the regulator is working too hard and potentially pulling liquid (not vapor as it should)

I would suggest calculating the BTUs of your grill and looking to see what the capacity of the regulator you are using.

You can also read this about regulators LP Gas Regulators 101

Brinkmann... | Answered on Jan 09, 2018 | 256 views


I would look for spider webs in the burners .or that the ignitor is not close enough to the gas coming in

Grilling | Answered on Jan 09, 2018 | 52 views


the regulator could have gone into lock up.
try this to unlock it...
  1. Open the BBQ Lid
  2. Turn ALL main control knobs to the "OFF"/CLOSED position
  3. Turn the Propane tank valve to the "OFF"/CLOSED position
  4. Disconnect the Regulator hose from the Propane tank
  5. Turn ALL main control knobs to the "ON"/OPEN position
  6. Let stand for 1-2 minutes, allowing all excess gas in valves and manifold to dissipate
  7. Turn ALL control knob back to the "OFF"/CLOSED position
  8. Reconnect the regulator hose to the Propane tank- hand tighten only.
  9. Check all hose connections to ensure that a positive seal has been made
  10. SLOWLY turn "ON"/OPEN the propane gas supply
  11. Wait approximately 5 seconds for the regulator pressure to stabilize
  12. Turn "ON"/OPEN the selected burner control knob to "HI"
  13. Press the Multi Spark ignition button or match light selected burner.
  14. Hope this helps you has me in the past!

Char-Broil... | Answered on Jan 08, 2018 | 85 views


try the manufacturer's website , we do not know what you have . Google it

Grilling | Answered on Jan 08, 2018 | 33 views


You can check the time of cooking on this article about pork loin recipes, each recipe has a certain amount of pork loin and according time of cooking:
An Irresistible Collection of Pork Loin Recipes 15 Minute Kitchen

Grilling | Answered on Jan 06, 2018 | 90 views

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