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Uniflame grill burner not heating properly, almost no flame

Posted by sami407 on Oct 21, 2007

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I have a Uniflame gas grill, model #GBC730W. It is about 2 years old and used less than 20 times. When I light the grill, it heats up to about 150 degrees, and the flame goes out. It usually won't re-light with the striker once this happens, but I can use a long lighter and light the burners from underneath the grill. When I first noticed this, I did a thorough cleaning on it and used it once and it worked great. I tried to use the grill last night and the burners went out again...any suggestions?

If you are lighting the grill and allowing it to run in the preheat/clean setting untill it warms up then adjusting the temp/heat range to suit cooking needs. There is no automatic setting for temperature so there is no flame sensor to fail. Check that the LP gas valve on the bottle is open about 3/4 of a turn as this may cause intermittent ingition failure due to rapid cycling of the gas regulator. If this is helpful please leave feedback. Thanks, SnugglePants
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I have a uniflame grill that the flames barely trickle out,

Clean the burner in clr check orffice is not blocked try this and see if flame is better
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Our Uniflame Grill has a round outer burner and a round inner burner. The outer burner has a large orange/yellow fllame. The inner burner has a small blue flame. Is it normal for the inner burner to have a small blue flame? My wife thinks the inner burner flame should be larger and that something must be blocking the gas flow.

Bob, your wife is partially correct. However, both burners should have blue flames with orange tips. Cleaning the burners and the their venturi valves, should solve the problem. When I say cleaning them, I mean removing and cleaning them.Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling!!
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I'm aving a low flame issue. I replaced the burneres and heat shields a couple of months ago, worked great for a while, but now the flame on all 4 burners is low. When the heat is turned down to half flame they flame out.

If you're turning off your propane tank after each use (which is fine), you will need to turn it back on very, very slowly. The new OPD valves that are now required on all portable propane tanks, will lock up the regulator if it's turned on to fast. Also, check all the pilot orifices for clogs. And finally, be sure you have enough gas in the tank.
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Yellow flame from all carryover tubes. This grill is brand new

If the unit is running on natural gas, this is not unusual. if running off propane tank something is wrong with the regulator
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My husband and I inherited a Charbroil gas grill (model # 4639171) from his mother. There is no flame diffuser, heat plate, or lava rocks over the burners. It is difficult to cook on because anything over the flames scorches, even on low. I can not find any information on whether this grill takes a heat plate or lava rocks, and the charbroil website doesn't list anything that seems like the right part in the parts list. I need to know if I should order a 'universal heat plate' or some lava rock stuff.

I searched my parts catalog for your model number and came up empty. I believe that I may have parts that will work for you. The closet model number to what you have listed is #4639122. This model takes the angle shaped flame tamers. This model also lists a briquette grate. You can go to my website, and check out this model number and it will give you dimensions for the parts. You can see if they will fit. I would not get lava rock, purchase either ceramic or porcelian briquettes, as they work much better.
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Low flame on 3 main burners. model GBC730W

Mike, I had this problem with my grill once or twice. Like most of us grilling men we turn the grill off at the tank trying to be safe. Sometimes, like in my case, I do not turn the nobs back to the off position. When returning to the grill the next day or week the first thing we do is turn the gas on leaving the nobs on, then lighting. Every time I do this my flame never gets full or does not reach full temp. To resolve this: turn everything off including the nobs, then turn the gas on, wait a minute or two. Turn the nobs to full and ignite. It should be at full flame then, adjust from there. I hope this is helpfull.
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