How to fix a grill with a low flame

If you are having issues with your grill not heat properly make sure to first check for a gas leak. If thee are no leaks then for these instructions from Weber’s website.

***If they don’t find a gas leak, the instructions below will get you out of bypass and will keep you from going into bypass in the future.

It’s really simple to avoid going into bypass:

Make sure the lid of your grill is open and all the control knobs on the grill are in the OFF position (including the side burner knob, if you have one).

Turn on your gas supply by opening the valve on top of the tank.

Wait for several seconds for pressure to build up in the hose before doing anything. The pressure is going to push the device into place to give it the “all clear” for normal operation. Waiting for the pressure to build up is the most important part of this process. Click here to see a short video demonstrating how the safety device functions.

After you’ve waited a little bit, go ahead and light your grill as you normally would by turning the appropriate burner to start/high and hitting the igniter button. The actual lighting instructions may vary based on which model you own. Make sure to refer to your owner’s manual for details.
Light all the main burners and set them to high, then close the lid. Give your grill about 10 to 15 minutes and it should be in the 500 to 550 F range, which means your grill is now working properly.***
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