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Should I put cooking oil on my cooking grates?
No, Weber recommends applying cooking oil to the food itself, as it works better than placing cooking oil on the grate. see all FAQs
My portable grill does not work with an adaptor hose. What should I do? (Gas Go Anywhere, Baby Q, Q100, Q120, Q, Q200, Q220)?
Does the grill work with a disposable cylinder? If so, it is possible that the safety device has been activated when using the adapter hose. It has put the grill into "bypass". Turn off the control… read more
Why does my side burner get my pots and pans covered in soot?
Check for debris in the sideburner cap, flame ring, cup, around the orifice and in the drain hole of the cup. Debris in any of these locations can cause a gas flow issue and may produce sooting or… read more
What size tank is used for the Weber Q/Q 200/Q 220 and Baby Q/Q 100/Q 120?
This grill uses a standard 14.1 ounce propane cylinder. This is a long, slender tank (approximately 3 inches in diameter - 11" long). It must fit through the cylinder support ring. Later designs can also use 1 lb. tanks. This is a short camping-style tank. If this is used, the support ring must be removed. These can be found in hardware, plumbing or camping sections in most retail hardware or do-it-yourself hardware stores. An adapter hose can be purchased that will allow the grill to be… read more
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