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GGIB Ignitor

How to Remove the GGIB Ignitor

Step-By-Step Instructions on How to Remove the GGIB Ignitor Box from Your Grill TOOLS NEEDED Penetrating Oil 9/16″ Wrench or Deep Well Socket Dremel Tool Needle-Nose Pliers Wire Cutter Punch Tap Ball-Peen Hammer Shop Vac STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS Step 1: Turn off the fuel supply and disconnect from your grill valve. Step 2: Remove cooking grids,…

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Warped SearMagic Grids

What is Causing My SearMagic Grids to Warp?

There are several benefits to owning a grill with the SearMagic Cooking Grids Our SearMagic Grids are made of Anodized Aluminum. Anodized materials have an extremely long life span and do not chip or peel. This material has been used to protect satellites from the harsh environment of space, to harden automotive racing parts against…

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Grill Casting Maintenance

Grill Casting Maintenance

Every time you use your grill it accumulates soot, ash, and grease. It is important to clean and maintain your grill to ensure that it will look and perform its best for years to come. GENERAL CLEANING Cleaning the exterior of your grill head A light coating of vegetable oil can be applied with a…

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Troubleshooting Flare-Ups

Troubleshooting Flare-Ups

Bursts of flames or flare-ups can be alarming but there are easy steps to prevent or reduce their occurrence. Below we have outlined the most common causes of flare-ups and the steps you can take to prevent or reduce the chances of one occurring. THE GRILL IS TOO COLD BEFORE YOU START GRILLING You should…

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Burner Maintenance

Burner Maintenance

Maintaining your Stainless Steel H Burner Many people think that stainless steel will never rust. However, rust can form on stainless steel gas grill burners for several different reasons. Because burners operate at such high temperatures (typically 300 to 650 degrees Fahrenheit) and are subject to drippings from cooking meat (corrosive due to their moisture…

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Cleaning the interior of your grill

Cleaning the Interior of Your Grill

Cleaning the interior of your grill is important to keep your grill operating at peak performance while maintaining a healthy cooking environment. The following information will let you know what to use to clean your grill and how to get it done. Grill Head Stainless Steel Grill Heads Thoroughly clean stains, food, and grime using…

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Infrared Burner Maintenance

Infrared Burner Maintenance

Maintaining Your Infrared Burners What is an Infrared Burner? Infrared Burners look very different from traditional gas grill burners. Instead of the typical oval or “H” shape, Infrared burners are large rectangular boxes that are considered the burner housing. This housing is topped with ceramic tiles that have thousands of small ports (holes) for the…

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Clean Venturis to prevent flashbacks

How to Clean Venturi Tubes to Prevent Flashbacks

  In some areas of the country, spiders or small insects have been found to create “flashback” problems. The spiders spin webs and/or insects build nests in the grill’s venturi tube(s). The web and/or nests can lead to gas flow obstruction which results in a “flashback”—a fire in the venturi tube(s). The grill may still…

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Replace a Phoenix Burner

How to Replace Your Phoenix Burner

  Removal of Old Burner Step 1: Remove your cooking grid and set aside Step 2: Remove your grease bucket and unscrew the drain valve from the end of your drain pipe Step 3: Pull your drip pan out from your grill and set aside Step 4: Unscrew the (2) wing nuts holding the burner…

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Phoenix Grill Maintenance

Phoenix Grill Maintenance

Phoenix Grills have been built to last and provide years of worry-free grilling. However, like everything, they do require a little maintenance to keep them performing at their best. Clean the inside of your grill Although you should not have to spend a lot of time cleaning your Phoenix Grill, it is important for proper…

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