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Gas grill My Weber gas grill will not light. Propane tank is full and new.

Posted by Lynn Smith on Apr 15, 2007

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Common Gas Grill Problems ... Open the grill lid; Turn off the gas at the propane tank; ... SLOWLY turn on the gas at the tank; Light the grill;
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Easy DIY Gas Grill Repairs If the Burner Won't Light | Sears ...

Easy DIY Gas Grill Repairs If the Burner Won't Light . ... The pressure regulator controls the gas pressure from the propane tank to the grill. ... new item(s) added ...
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Gas grill My Weber gas grill will not light. Propane tank is full and new.

If you are sure that gas is coming out of the burner(s) at a roughly normal rate, then the only way it will not light is if you have a bad tank of propane. If you mean it lights but wont stay on, then the safety thermocouples (need to be hot to allow gas to flow) may be faulty - more likely somehow out of position - they can be gently bent back into place but not more than a couple of times. (the way to check if these are the problem is to make sure you are lighting the grill with the control knob in the "light" position - usually held in for a few seconds - this will bypass the thermocouples) If the problem is that the autostart feature is not working, then please post back with details and we can hopefully help identify the problem. Hope this helps - please post again with more info if not :)
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No sound of gas

Tyrn off tank open conrtol knobs to burners , turn off burners turn tank on slowly see if gas comes out now , if not check burners are not blocked or injectors are not blocked
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Poor Propane Gas FLow

Check the lines for a blockage check orffices are clean and the burners
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Poor Propane Gas FLow

The new style OPD valves have a small brass ring located in the female fitting on the LP tank. Over time this ring can work loose and then it does not allow the male fitting to fully depress the OPD valve thus reducing your gas flow Using a small flat bladed screw driver tighten the small brass ring This should solve your problem
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Low flame On my Weber gas Go-Anywhere grill the propane seems to be coming out very slowly. The flame is very small, even when turned on high, and only on the end opposite the propane tank and regulator. Should I replace the regulator, the tube, both, or get a new grill? Thanks

This problem most likely is with your regulator. if you decide to replace it please make sure you get the right size replacement. Some salespeople dont know the difference there are four common sizes from class 1 to class 4. If you take the old one with you make sure you match the numbers up with a new one. Hope this helps You please rate me.
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Propane grill have a gas grill it was working fine until i replaced the empty tank with a full tanks no it lights but doesn't get hot --the flames don't look big and the grill only heats up to 250 deg the new tank felt heavy when i replaced the empty tank??? anything i can try

I had this problem when I turned on the burners before I turned on the tank, to fix it I had to turn everything off. Then turn the tank on and wait about a minute for pressure to build in the lines then turn on the burners. Hope this helps
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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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I have a Weber 220 that just quit on me. Over a couple months, I bought and replaced new burner, new regulator, new hose, and new propane tank, but it still doesn't work. Gas flow seems to be a prob

You may have a blocked/partially blocked gas injector which is a jet supplying gas to the burner.
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