I just tried it on my Genesis Silver "B" (2004) which had a low flame on all three burners and it took care of the problem. And to think I was getting ready to order a new complete manifold with hose & regulator well over a 100 bucks. My burners are in real good shape (no rust) and the flavor bars have some rusting on the bottom edges which i will be replacing at a later date.
As I was very slowly opening the valve I was telling myself that something so simple can not work and I had a hard time doing it. IT WORKED - and now my outdoor fire pit is putting out heat again - thank you.
Yes it worked, a bit to late since I went and bought a new regulator before searching for the problem. Not sure why but changing the regulator didn't help, I still needed to follow these steps to get it to work. Great advice. Back to my chicken now
thanks soooo much emphasizing to turn on the tank "dead slow" i was trying to reset my grill but it has 4 burners and only two would work, following your instructions my grill is burning steaks and burgers again.... but i assume thats more to do with the cook then the grill. cheers
For the love of all that is holy, good, and loving in life...thank you. This was like a (expletive) gremlin was (expletive-ing) with me for the last month. Let the steaks, shrimp, mangos, and everything else that deserves grill marks rejoice.