The burners are tested and factory-set for most efficient operation.
However, variations in gas supply and other conditions may make
minor adjustments to air shutter or low flame setting necessary. It is
recommended that a qualified person make burner adjustments.
Checking and adjusting the grill burner flames requires removing the
grates and flame tamers.
Burner Flame Characteristics
The flames of the grill burners and side burners (on some models)
should be blue and stable with no excessive noise or lifting (LP gas
flames will have a slightly yellow tip). A yellow flame indicates not
enough air. If flame is noisy or lifts away from the burner, there is too
much air. Some yellow tips on flames when the burner is set to
HIGH setting are acceptable as long as no carbon or soot deposits
appear. The flames should be approximately 1" (2.5 cm) high.
Check that burners are not blocked by dirt, debris, insect nests,
etc., and clean as necessary. If they are clean, adjust air shutters
IMPORTANT: Before adjusting air shutters, let burners cold down
1. Light grill using information in the "Outdoor Grill Use" section.
2. Observe flame to determine which burners need adjustment
and how the flame is acting.
3. Turn off the valve and wait until grill and burners cold
4. Remove grill grates and flame tamers.
5 Remo e the 2 scre s and cotter pin that hold the b rner in
5. Remove the 2 screws and cotter pin that hold the burner in
place. Remove gas burner from the grill.
Check and Adjust the Burners
1" (2.5 cm)
B. Cotter Clip
6. If flame is yellow (not enough air), turn air shutter
adjustment screw counterclockwise.
If flame is noisy or lifts away from burner (too much air),
turn air shutter adjustment screw clockwise
turn air shutter adjustment screw clockwise.
A. Air shutter adjustment screw
Adjustment should be made clockwise or counter clockwise
from 1/8" (3.2 mm) to ¼" (6.4 mm).
7. Replace gas burner, sear plates and grates.
8. Light grill using information in the "Outdoor Grill Use" section.
See "Burner Flame Characteristics
Low Flame Adjustment
If flame goes out on the "LOW" setting, the low flame setting must
1. Turn off the valve and wait until grill and burners are cool.
2. Remove grill grates and flame tamers.
3 Light grill sing information in the "O tdoor Grill Use" section
3. Light grill using information in the "Outdoor Grill Use" section.
4. Turn burner to its lowest setting.
5. Remove each control knob for the main burners and side
burner by loosening the setscrew with the hex key.
6. Hold valve stem with pliers and insert a small flat-blade
screwdriver into the shaft.
7. Watch the flame and slowly turn the screwdriver
8. Adjust flame to minimum stable flame.
A. Valve stem
B. Small flat-blade screwdriver
9. Replace the control knob and turn off the burner.
10. Repeat steps 3 through 9 for each burner if needed.
11. Replace the flame tamers and grates after the burners have
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