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Sometimes through typical wear and tear, your grill may not want to start right. If you live in an area where you don't use it year round after a period of time, it doesn't want to start correctly, It could be numerous things. This guide shows the most common isuses that could prevent a grill front starting or running properly, from the battery in the igniter to the propane hose and regulator.

Image 1/2: Breathing in or swallowing propane can harm your health. Image 2/2: Turn the knob on the hose counter clockwise to disconnect it from the tank.
  • Completely close the propane tank by turning the valve on the top clockwise. This prevents propane from leaking during the replacement.

  • Breathing in or swallowing propane can harm your health.

  • Turn the knob on the hose counter clockwise to disconnect it from the tank.

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Image 1/2: Replace the old battery with a new one. Image 2/2: Replace the old battery with a new one.
  • Find the electric igniter on the grill and turn it counter clockwise to reveal one AA battery.

  • Replace the old battery with a new one.

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Image 1/1: An orifice is a valve commonly found on gas powered home products. This allows the gas to pass through from the source (i.e the propane tank) and  burn properly.
  • Locate the orifice that connects the base of the grill and the hose to one another.

  • An orifice is a valve commonly found on gas powered home products. This allows the gas to pass through from the source (i.e the propane tank) and burn properly.

  • Conncected to the orifice should be a nut. Use the crescent wrench to turn the nut counter clockwise and remove the hose from the base.

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Image 1/2: If you over tighten the bolt or do not hand tighten it first, you could cross thread  the orifice and create more problems for the grill. Image 2/2: Once it has been adequately hand tightened use the crescent wrench to finish securing it to the orifice.
  • Begin hand tightening the new hose to the nut that is connected to the orifice.

  • If you over tighten the bolt or do not hand tighten it first, you could cross thread the orifice and create more problems for the grill.

  • Once it has been adequately hand tightened use the crescent wrench to finish securing it to the orifice.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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