I was using my Kenmore Elite 6 burner grill last night and the tank ran out of gas. I had it refilled and hooked it back up as normal today. Now I can't get the gas to flow to the burners. Any suggestions? I have checked the connections and they all seem fine. Please reply back to me via email at [email protected] Thanks!
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Relace your propane regulator, they do go bad form sitting around, had the same problem you have. you should be able to disconnect from the grill, turn on the regulator and smell the propane, if not it's bad.
Turn gas tank off and disconnect from grill. Check burners to ensure there is no blockage and reconnect tank.Open gas tank slowly, some grills have a sensor to detect leaks and automatically shut off gas. Opening the tank fast can cause this safty device to falsely read the sudden gas flow as a leak. If you still can't light the grill check all fittings for a leak using soapy water.
hi my name is mark, let me see if i understand your problem. you light the 1st burner and get a good flame. you light the 2nd burner with the 1st burner lite and it starves both burners of gas. if this grill is a lp grill and you have propane in the tank. the regulater is the problem.