Tips for Gas Grilling
To help prevent internal
parts from corroding, do a periodic cleaning. Instructions
should be in the user manual that came with your grill.
Extended exposure to sunlight, acid
rain, and coastal "salty air" can cause rusting and
corrosion of the exterior of your grill. When your grill is
not in use, a waterproof cover will help maintain the
A yellow flame may mean that spider webs or insect nests are
present in the venturi, or that food
residue is on the burner. Check the alignment of the venturi
and make sure they are clean. If the burner is dirty, clean
it when cool.
Uneven heat distribution is often caused by misalignment of
the burner venturi, or plugged or
corroded burner parts. Check the positioning of the venturi,
and either clean or replace the burner.
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