Natural gas outdoor grill maintenance and cleaning

- Aug 23, 2019-

Regular cleaning of the natural gas outdoor grill can extend the life and bring a better barbecue experience. How should it be cleaned and maintained?


1. After each barbecue, be sure to empty the oil pan in time. Laziness can only leave behind troubles.


2. Remove the grill and check for blockages in the burner, especially spiders and cobwebs, and whether the holes in the burner are unobstructed. If it is clogged, use a pin to carefully remove the blockage.


3. When cleaning the gas oven, do not flush the burner directly with water, because the flame hole on the burner is very small and it will be very troublesome after plugging.


4. Check the igniter button: When you press the button, you should hear a "beep" and pop up Mars. If not, you need to replace the battery and try again. If you still can't fire Mars to achieve ignition, there may be a problem with the igniter line.


5. Switch on the alpine propane tank/gas tank, open the valve and ignite the oven head. Wipe the oven grill and apply oil. If you smell the propane, turn off all the burners, disconnect the gas hose from the gas tank, reconnect, and try again.


6. Every time you need to use water to check whether the lower joint and the gas hose are leaking: Put the gas hose in clean water. If there is air bubble, it indicates that there is a leak, so you should give up and use it. Call the manufacturer.