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Kenmore Sure-Spark We have a Kenmore Sure-Spark with Integrated Sideburner with a rotisserie motor but no rotisserie that was given to us. It is a "Precision Flame Cooking System". 1. Do you have any idea where the model number is or how we can get a manual for this unit? 2. How do we catch the grease so that it doesn't drip underneath on the concrete? 3. How do we mount the propane tank? Do we just place it on the lower wire rack? 4. There are no lava rocks in place. Does it need to have lava rocks to retain heat?

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Kenmore Sure-Spark We have a Kenmore Sure-Spark with Integrated Sideburner with a rotisserie motor but no rotisserie that was given to us. It is a "Precision Flame Cooking System". 1. Do you have any idea where the model number is or how we can get a manual for this unit? 2. How do we catch the grease so that it doesn't drip underneath on the concrete? 3. How do we mount the propane tank? Do we just place it on the lower wire rack? 4. There are no lava rocks in place. Does it need to have lava rocks to retain heat?


Try Appliance Factory Parts (www.applliancefactoryparts.com) at (800) 955-7075. Call or look on their website for specs, drawings, parts, etc. The grease clip underneath takes a Campbell soup can to catch the drippings. And yes, you need to buy lava rocks which act like hot charcoal when heated by the gas. Yes, the tank fits underneath on the stand and is clipped into the wire rack.
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I didnt get any instructions with the floor model Amana Grill I just purchased. It is already assembled but I am not sure how to operate it. I know it needs a propane tank but do grills still use the ''lava rocks'' ?


Some do yours uses heat plates that sit directly over the burners
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Do I need lava rocks for my Kenmore 141.16322?


You dont need to have lava rock on it
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Flame on gas grill is too small


From: http://bbq.about.com/cs/replacementparts/a/aa071100a_3.htm Symptoms and Solutions Low Flame: The grill just doesn't want to heat up. This can be cause by several things. Taking it from the fuel source to the flame, lets start with the burner. Newer propane tanks contain a self regulating feature that will automatically slow down the flow of fuel if it thinks it's too high. This can be solved by turning the tank valve off completely and disconnecting it. Open the control valves (on the grill control panel) and ten close them. Reconnect the fuel tank and slowly turn on the valve. Now light the grill to see if that fixes it. Otherwise check the control valve(s) and venturi tubes for obstruction and alignment. Make sure that the flow of fuel is continuous. Check the burner for clogged gas holes. You can usually see this problem by observing how the grill burns. If there are spots without flame then you probably have a clogged burner.
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Do I use lava rocks in my kenmore gas grill model 14616132110


If it has a heat deflector, you don't need them. It shouldn't hurt anything if yo want to add them though.
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Where is the Model number on my older Kenmore Sure Spark Grill


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Have the grill but lost the manual to assemble while moving...


Http://www.clagrills.com/grillparts/grill-parts.htm
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I have a Kenmore grill that is 4 years old. Over the last three years I am running thru propane at a crazy rate. The kicker was this spring when I used it twice and the third time it wouldn't light. I check to be sure I'm closing the propane tank valve securely, so that is not it. I don't believe the igniter has gone bad (but could be wrong). What else could the problem be?


Well, lotacritters, you've got a real mystery here. First off, the ignitors would play no role in the gas consumption. Plus, it sounds like you always turn the tank valve OFF, after each use (?). So that's not it. So, the problem lies someplace else. I suspect, that the tank was really not empty, although it appeared that it was, when the burner(s) wouldn't light.Let me explain: All 20 Lb LP Gas Grill Tanks e equipped with an Over Fill Protection Device (OPD), which is safety feature. However, sometimes it does cause problems with the grill's regulator, if the tank valve is not opened properly.So, here's what you need to try:1. Turn the gas tank valve OFF.2. Disconnect the hose from the tank & wait 5 minutes.3. Reconnect the hose to the tank and open the tank valve VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion, slow).4. Light the burner farthest from the tank first and turn it to HIGH. Does the flame height look correct? If so, light the remaining burners the same way.Now, do all the flame heights look correct and are they the right color? If so, you solved the problem. Because, here's what was happening in the past: When you turned the tank valve ON, you did it as your normally would do it, quickly. When that happened the OPD Valve locked up the grill's regulator and made it appear that you were out of gas. When, in fact, you weren't.But, doing what I recommended didn't solve the problem, you will need to replace the grill's Hose/Regulator Assembly, as the regulator is permanently locked up. You can purchase one at any home center or hardware store that sells gas grills and accessories. They run about $30.00. Take your old one with you for comparison purposes.Just remember to ALWAYS open the tank valve very, very slowly.Hope this helped to troubleshoot and solve the problem. Please let me know. Thanks.
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