If you smell gas and the grill will not ignite you will need to check a couple of things.
- Is my ignitor sparking? You may need to check and replace your battery if you don’t hear a clicking sound.
- If your ignitor module is sparking and your grill still won’t ignite you will need to make sure your wires are secured properly.
- If your ignitor module is sparking and your wires are secured properly you will not need to make sure your ignitor box has not rusted away by your burner.
- If your grill still will not ignite with your ignition system your grill is equipped with a safe alternate method of lighting.
- You may need to light your with a long lighter through the hole that is located in the bottom casting directly under your right side shelf.
- First, put the lighter in the hole and ignite then ignite it once it is near your burner.
- Then turn the right valve knob to the “high” position.
- Finally turn the left valve knob to the “high” position and preheat your grill for 10 minutes.
- Bring on the BEEF
If you have any questions or concerns about your grill, please do not hesitate to contact one of our knowledgeable customer service agents.