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Finding a main gas valve for the Jenn-Air/Nexgrill 750-0142

I have the natural gas, drop in, 5 burner grill unit that was very expensive (purchased at Lowes 1 year almost to the date past warranty). 1 of the 5 main gas valves malfunctioned as I had a fire where there shouldn't be one! Could have lost the side of my garage. Anyway, finding the replacement part has been a nightmere. Everything coming from China and backordered out 3 to possibly 6 months! Summer grilling season over for this family unless I go and purchase something else in the meantime. I'm open for any suggestions.

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Finding a main gas valve for the Jenn-Air/Nexgrill 750-0142

I need to see a picture i may have a valve to fit [email protected]
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I have a stainless steel Kenmore propane grill, model 119.16311800. It has four burners and a side burner on the left. It is two years old and has performed perfectly for two years. I am now having trouble with the flame. It will light and if I only have one burner on it will give a good flame. Lighting additional burners will reduce the flame size, when all four main burners are on they struggle to stay lit. We recently moved, and the grill was out of gas for an extended period. The problem first presented after a relative gave me a gas tank. Initial inspection showed some debris in the valve of the tank itself. I tried removing the debris from the tank with partial success. I connected it to the grill and had the same issue. Got a new tank. Fired up and cooked up some great burgers. thought I was all set until the next time when the new tank also produced the same results. I have not been able to disassemble the burners to check/clean the venturi tubes. (ever) It appears that there is a screw at the rear of the burners that will release it, but they are badly corroded and will not come out by standard means. If you could confirm this is indeed the proper way to remove the bruners I will drill them out and devise a better way to fasten them afterwards. Also, I did read here about opening the gas tank valve very slowly. I disconnected the regulator, waited a few minutes, reconnected and opened very slowly. Light the furtherst burner first and proceeded to find the problem still existed. I understand that the regulator may also be faulty. Given that there is no gauranteed life cycle for any product, can you estimate a typical life span for a regulator? How would I go about checking the regulator? I fear that when I tried to remove the gunk in that old tank some loose particals may have gotten into the regulator and damaged it. Thank you very much for any assistance you can give!

With all the you described, your best bet is to replace the grill hose/regulator assembly. It's not expensive and it's not difficult to do. You can find the hose/regulator assembly at any home center or hardware store that sells gas grills. The assembly is universal, but take your old one with you for comparison purposes.As far as replacing the burners are concerned, that's not difficult either. And you may be able to find the replacement burners at , as they made the Kenmore grills for Sears. And yes, the scenario you gave for removing the burners is correct.Hope this helped you and you will be kind enough to give my response to you, a positive rating.Happy Grilling!
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Pilot lights, main burner will not. Replaced gas valve, no change

I had a problem with the same stove,same model no. etc. Needed new valve. Will replace tomorrow, I will let you know how I make out.
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I need a new valve and flame sensor for a 1982 Thermador Char Glo

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Jenn Air Grill - Gas flow from one valve

I have the same problem. The middle and the right burners will work, but if I light the left side (3rd burner) all 3 go out. pressure is reduced to zero.
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I need a replacement gas valve (honeywell) for a Vermont Castings Radiance Propane Stove (RDV40). Anyone have a spare for sale or know where I can find one?

Have you looked at the thermocouple .
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Gas grill overheated

I might have an Idea to what happened. All grills have a drip pan, most all new grills have a drain for grease that falls from our savory meats. Well, if, (not saying that you haven't) but if, you have not cleaned the drip pan, there is still grease left over that gets absorbed by food droppings. IF this is the case, you had a ticking time bomb of a grease fire. The grill did not overheat, the grease caught fire. You said your grill was a year old; so the regulator did not go full blast and when they do go bad they do not let gas pass through. Not trying to preach to no one because I have done it myself, never leave your gas grill on and unattended. I hate to say it but even the owners manual says it. I hope I did not come off the wrong way and I hope this might give you an idea/thought of what happened.
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We seem to be having the same problems as some of the others. Our sons bought this grill for my husband for Father's Day. I came assembled. There is a kink in the hose (the one that has to bend to attach to the center burner. So we are unable to get any gas flow to the grill. We went up to Home Depot with the slip to see if they would give us a new hose that was not kinked. However, every single Brinkman there had a kinked hose. The problem is that the hose it too short. It needs to span too big of a distance and then when it turns the corner to attach to the main central burner, it just kinks preventing gas from getting through. We are now looking for a replacement hose assembly. If we cannot find one, we will return the grill and get a different brand. Do you have any suggestions

Home Depot will not be able to help you with this. You should contact the manufacturer, Nexgrill, directly and see if they have longer gas lines as this seems to be common on this model of grill. There may have been enough complaints that Nexgrill has new lines available. This is also fairly common among all Chinese import grills that like to cut corners on costs.
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Jenn Air 740-0141 LP to NG Conversion

If the grill can be converted, it's usually a matter of providing a source for the natural gas and then changing the gas jets for the burner(s) and possibly a regulator, depending on your model. Some grills may require changing the gas burner valves themselves. Kits are usually available from a dealer unless the unit is old. The natural gas jet will be slightly larger than the propane jet because natural gas doesn't have as high a heating value as propane. If you do this, check your new conversion for any leaks using a soap solution in a spray bottle. Just be aware that the grill may not get as hot with natural gas and cooking could take a little longer, but should still work just fine. Your natural gas line should typically be about 1/2" unless it's huge or is over 50-60 feet away from the grill location. If so, use a 3/4" line. Piping material and methods are usually governed by your local building codes.
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Jenn-Air #720-0163 won't start

If there is no gas coming out of ANY burner - your REGULATOR has failed. PLEASE CLICK HERE to see the replacement part and ordering info. (near bottom of page) Thanks for using FixYa - a FixYa rating is appreciated for answering your FREE question!!
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