20 Most Recent Bayou Classic 600-601 Gas Smoker Questions & Answers


It is possible that the igniter went bad and should be replaced.

Grilling • Answered on Apr 26, 2021


check with the manufacturer's website we do not search for parts

Grilling • Answered on Apr 12, 2021


https://www.reddit.com/r/Masterbuilt/comments/gvuxh0/error_4/

Grilling • Answered on Mar 28, 2021


Sounds like the burner is cracked and it is lighting back to the injector

Grilling • Answered on Mar 09, 2021


Either the element has failed and has an internal short (test with a meter), or a wire has burned off the element and is touching the case.

Grilling • Answered on Feb 28, 2021


Burn the buildup off with a torch connected to a propane tank, the kind you would use on a camp stove.(the tank)

Grilling • Answered on Feb 08, 2021


Is this on a Gas Grill BBQ? When you press the button and turn it to engage the igniter a long flame is supposed to come out to reach the near end of the burner. When you let go of the knob, it should vanish. If it does, no problem. click COMMENT to reply.

Grilling • Answered on Jan 28, 2021


In the past I have owned several portable gas room heaters of a similar design and I remember needing to blow gently across the unlighted radiant of two of them before it would light. I am not absolutely certain but I seem to remember the centre radiant of the heater that worked well was slightly different in that at each bottom corner there was a slightly bigger hole that allowed a little tongue of flame to emerge at an angle so when 2 or 3 radiants was selected they lit without hesitation.

Grilling • Answered on Dec 19, 2020


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Grilling • Answered on Dec 10, 2020


First, check and inspect the tank's propane level to make sure that the tank has gas. Next, reset the pressure regulator to restore gas flow through the regulator if the regulator's flow limiting device tripped. Replace the pressure regulator if it does not allow the gas to flow to the manifold after resetting the flow-limiting device.

Grilling • Answered on Nov 24, 2020


things you'll need: Turn off gas supply. remove Gloves grills grates.clean the grill grill brush grates scrub them with grill cleaning rags brush. clean anything putty knife or bristle brush covering the burners. clean soap clean the burners, lightly water brush the burner tubes and make sure all the gas ports are clean and open.Clean the bottom of the grill and lid. Brush or wipe any debris out of the bottom of the grill. If there is peeling black stuff on the grill lid or bottom ,use a bristle brush or putty knife to scrape off. Clean the grease collection tray with soap and water or replace and disposable trays as needed. Wipe down the outside of the grill with soap and water. put the grill back together .. now your ready to grill,

Grilling • Answered on Nov 13, 2020


Theoretically yes though it is so unlikely a conversion I would be surprised if the jets and mixing chambers are available from the manufacturer. Natural gas has a relatively low calorific value so a much larger volume of gas is needed than butane or propane. I haven't heard of anyone commercially bottling natural gas though small scale private bottling is quite successful, harvesting natural gas (methane) from sewage treatment plants. In the absence of bottled methane the has would have to be delivered from the domestic supply via a flexible hose or a permanent metal pipe.

Grilling • Answered on Jun 24, 2020


According to the manual, you can get a Rannai conversion kit for the RHFE263FA-P to convert it to NG. This is indicated on page 52 (54 of the PDF) of the manual available here: https://www.alpinehomeair.com/related/Rinnai_RHFE-263FA_Owners_Manual.pdf . The natural gas orifice is part AU129-210 02-1.30(0.051"). This looks like the correct conversion kit: https://www.swansond.com/storefrontCommerce/itemDetail.do?item-id=1057&order-quantity=1&item-index=0&customer-item=308F-2070-1&order-uom=EA&warehouse-id=1&item-number=308F-2070-1 . Please note: you should get a professional to do the conversion. I hope this helps. Cindy Wells

Grilling • Answered on May 31, 2020


In order to change your ignition case, you need a new one. There are two options here, the first and better one being to find a dealer who offers an exact match of your current, original ignition box. The second option is to buy a universal ignition kit. No matter which one you pick, here are the steps to carry out the replacement.Unscrew the visible front part of the button/switch (you may need a wrench)The ignition housing (probably box-shaped) on the backside of the control panel is now loose – bring it closer to you, so you can see well the attached wires (maybe 3 or 4)Look carefully at the way wires are connected to the case and remember it, then disconnect each of themTake the new ignition case (replacement kit) and plug-in wires to the appropriate portsPut the new BBQ ignition casing where the old one wasAlign it well and screw back the front part of the igniter button

Grilling • Answered on May 29, 2020

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