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How to Maintain An Outdoor Gas Grill - Do It Yourself

Maintaining a grill season after season can help keep your grill healthy and looking great. For this project we will be performing simple maintenance inspections on a 4 burner gas grill. A grill is only as good as the parts that make it and sometimes they need to be replaced from age and wear. Once or twice a year visually inspect the inside and outside parts of your grill. If rust or wear are present, replace those parts. Fuel lines can not only be a hazard to your grill, but also to the environment. Test the fuel line every month for leaks. Using a basting brush, mix soap and water and brush over the fuel line. When the fuel line is turned on, if bubbles appear, there is a leak present. Either tighten your line or replace it. If the starter does not ignite the grill there could be some internal issues. First check the fuel gauge to check that there is enough propane. If you are using an electric grill, check to make sure the batteries are working. If the issue is still not found, clean the electrodes with alcohol and be sure that they are properly aligned and in place. Finally if the grill still will not manually light, make sure the burners are installed correctly, and if they need to be cleaned or replaced do so now. For more grill advice, visit Subscribe to Lowe's YouTube for great how to videos and home improvement tips: Or head to our channel:
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