From: Sum Guy on
The one thing I hate about my 1-year-old Weber grill is that you have to
open the main propane valve very carefully or the regulator will kick
into some sort of safety or limiter mode and the grill temperature will
never get higher than 325f.

Is this a known problem with these grills?

It there a solution - from Weber?

The grill is a Weber Genesis:

http://www.stainless-steel-grills.com/img/products/1237823109_WeberGenesisEP-310GasGrill-PropaneLP_3742301XA.jpg
From: PHILIPWOLF on
On Aug 10, 7:00 pm, Sum Guy <S...(a)Guy.com> wrote:
> The one thing I hate about my 1-year-old Weber grill is that you have to
> open the main propane valve very carefully or the regulator will kick
> into some sort of safety or limiter mode and the grill temperature will
> never get higher than 325f.
>
> Is this a known problem with these grills?
>
> It there a solution - from Weber?
>
> The grill is a Weber Genesis:
>
> http://www.stainless-steel-grills.com/img/products/1237823109_WeberGe...

Howdy. My CharBroil comes with the same warning. I guess you just
have to be careful. What do you have to do to reset yours? Mine
calls for disconnecting the gas tank and doing it again. This is a
feature of the regulator and I assume all modern regulators.