Spring is here! It's time to fire up your grill. But, wait, back away from the electric starter. There's some maintenance to do before you enjoy that perfect burger. Uncorrected issues can lead to common gas grill problems
Clean the Cabinet
Open the grill cabinet and clean out any debris that has accumulated. After this is done:
- Check the tank for rust or weak spots.
- Make sure the tank is properly seated in its well.
- Unhook the tank from the intake valve and check for damage. Reattach the valve to the tank.
- Check all electrical wiring to make sure its connected and undamaged.
Cleaning the Grill
Follow these steps to get your grill ready:
- Remove and scrub the grill grates. If they have rusted, replace them.
- Remove and clean the heat plates. Replace if they are rusted.
- Dig out any carbon and fat at the bottom of your grill.
- Clean debris from the burners and ignitors and make sure they are securely fastened.
- Put it back together and give it a test burn.
Fuel Up Your Tanks
Check the fuel levels in your tanks and if empty trade them in. You don’t want to bring out a perfectly marinated steak and find you have no gas. Don’t be that guy!
What if you Found Damage?
If something doesn’t look right, the wiring is compromised, or you hear gas hissing when the device is off, it’s time to contact Appliance Science. They specialize in custom