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My LP gas grill won't get hotter than 250 to 300 F, even with all burners on high. Why?
Since 1995 all regulators (the part that attaches to the gas tank to regulate the flow of gas) have included a safety device that restricts the flow of gas in the event of a gas leak. This safety… read more
I’ve heard that I shouldn’t use a grill brush. Is this true?
Weber recommends that grillers check their grill brush for loose bristles and excessive wear on a regular basis. Brushes should be replaced if the brush head is burned, split or distorted from heat… read more
Is there an easy way to get the coals started?
Actually there are a few tricks, and any one of them will help: using a good quality charcoal, using Weber’s special Lighter Cubes, and using a “chimney starter." You can get these accessories… read more
My Performer has a thermometer with a long probe. How do I use this thermometer? Can I leave it in the food while grilling?
Because your thermometer is an instant-read, you cannot leave it in food while its cooking; the glass face could shatter. It is a dual purpose thermometer designed to be used as a probe to quickly gauge the internal temperature of cooking meats and to monitor the cooking temperatures inside the grill. Allow a few seconds for the temperature to register; the needle will slow and stop briefly at the correct reading. After each reading, return the thermometer to its place in the lid.
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