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Low output My grill six burner Kenmore elite grill (three years old) lights but the heat output is VERY low; after time maybe up to 150 degrees. I shut down, disconnect the tank, wait 5-10 minutes, hook up the tank and restart. Somettimes it works, other times it does not.

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Low output My grill six burner Kenmore elite grill (three years old) lights but the heat output is VERY low; after time maybe up to 150 degrees. I shut down, disconnect the tank, wait 5-10 minutes, hook up the tank and restart. Somettimes it works, other times it does not.


The grill is not staying lite and not heating up like it should.
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My gas grill sprays alot of gas when i first turn it on, the has very low flame


Hi axmaster892You have a faulty gas regulator...********************************************* Gas Regulators are notorious for doing just what yours is doing.After sitting in the same position for a length of time they freeze in that position, then along comes a grain of sand, or other debris and blocks the gas flow.Remove the regulator if possible, if not try it in place with the tank removed.Get a plastic headed hammer and gently but firmly tap on the regulator, your trying to free up the diaghram inside.After tapping and freeing the regulator diaphram reinstall and you will be good to go.If this does not work, the replace the regulator as it is defective.Some regulators are ajustable, if you have one of those then try to adjust the regulator, you will see a cap on top of the regulator, that is where the adjustment screw is located.Please take time to rate meBud
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We've had our roadtrip lxe for 3 yrs. We live in Tucson Az. and it works fine here. When we go to the mts. in northern Az. it has failed us every time (9 times). It will light and run for about 15 minutes just long enough to start cooking and then it goes out. Try to relight it and it will come on very low for about a minute and go out again. We check for leaks, obstructions etc. and find nothing. Retighten everything and try again to no avail. We have spent hours diagnosing but nothing works. We get back to Tucson and (you guessed it) it works fine, no problems. Bought a new grill (different brand) but we love the roadtrip. It still looks brandnew and we have invested a lot in every accessory. PLEASE HELP Gary & Millie ps.. Tanks are new, purged and full.


Gary & Millie, the mountains you're visiting, must be over 2000 feet above sea level and that's what's affecting your gas grill.The lower oxygen level and lower air pressure affects propane fueled grills. On larger gas appliances, the gas pressure can be adjusted to overcome this problem. But, I don't believe you can do that on a portable gas grill. My best suggestion is to contact Coleman Customer Support at 800-835-3278, to find out if they have another regulator that can be used in high altitude applications.Good luck and Happy Grilling!!
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I cant' get a flow of gas through the regulator. Full tank of gas, plenty of spark. I can usually hear the gas flow when opening one of the three valves up top to light. So there is definitely no flow. I tried the "turn on the tank and wait for one minute" theory to no avail. The problem has steadily gotten worse over the course of one-and-a-half years I've had the grill. Usually I can unhook the line from the tank and hook it back up that starts the flow again. Now, even that doesn't work. Please help... Rick


Sorry, brother, your regulator is dead. You need to replace it. Lowe's/HomeDepot/Similar sell replacements, Not hard to swap out, Low cost. --W/D--
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I HAVE A BRINKMAN 1415 PRO SERIES WITH A SIDE BURNER. IT IS LESS THAN ONE YEAR OLD. WHEN I IGNITE IT, IT BURNS VERY HOT AND HIGH ON ONE BURNER. AS I TURN ON EACH OF THE OTHER BURNERS, THE FLAME REDUCES, TO WHEN ALL 4 BURNERS ARE ON, I HAVE VERY LITTLE FLAME, AND CAN HARDLY REACH 250 DEGREES. I CLEANED OUT THE BURNERS, AS RECCOMMENDED, AND EVEN DISCONNECTED THE HOSE FROM THE TANK AND WAITED FOR ONE MINUTE TO SEE IF THE REGULATOR WAS STUCK. NONE OF THIS WORKED. ALSO, IF I LEAVE THE GAS TANK OPEN, THE GAS IS LEAKING OUT SOMEWHERE. IS IT THE REGULATOR? OR IS IT SOMETHING ELSE?


This is a classic symptom of a failing LP regulator. Replace the regulator and hose to the LP tank.
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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 www.sureheat.com , 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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Very low flame, like very little gas is getting thru, tank is ful


Okay, what you are dealing with is called "vapor-lock". The way these grills need to be turned off is, close the tank valve first and after the burners go out, then turn the burners off. The way you are doing it is trapping the gas and you are getting a weak flame. Fortunately this is an easy fix. First, light the grill by turning the gas valve open, then turn the burners on to light the grill...as soon as that is done, close the gas valve on the tank then turn the burners off. Repeat this procedure until you get a good flame. If this procedure hasn't fixed the problem after the third time, you need a new regulator and regulators are easy to find in any home improvement store like Lowe's or Home Depot.
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Low gas flow - low heat


Hi Lyon,Yeah, it's the regulator. Fortunately, they're cheap and easy to replace!You can look on line for part number 80012. Or you can remove yours and take it to Home Depot or Lowe's in the outdoor cooking area and match up a replacement. <--- they're all the same... just make sure the compression fitting (the brass end) is the same size.The only other thing I could recommend is this... Turn the LP bottle completely off. Then completely remove the big plastic knurled knob from the tank. Now replace the knob back onto the tank (all the way and make sure it's tight). Then S L O W L Y turn the gas back on. Now try your pit. If you get the same flame, it's the regulator. If you get full flame, you just reset the safety device inside the tank. I'm betting regulator. Good luck and happy cookin'!SG
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