I have a gas outdoor grill hooked to my home gas line here in Southern
This winter my grill is not heating near enough. I can cook on it but
takes some time.
I took out the lava bricks and cleaned everything up. Burner is fine
and all holes open. Flame comes out even but low.
Years back I did put in new valves as its a Sears and easy to get
parts and install, but have been holding off.
Seems that this has occurred since the gas company came along and
installed a new meter to replace the original one some 45 years old.
So I am wondering if this new meter has a lower flow rate.
I have two gas furnaces, upstairs and downstairs and gas water
heater and they function fine.
Also, I cook in evening at sundown just went gas use would be high
with everyone's cooking and furnaces kicking in.
So I was holding off doing an overhaul to see if this gets better in
Any one have an opinion about the new meter having a lower flow
Or if I overhaul should I put in different gas jets to get better flow?