Thermador manufactures gas grills that lead the industry in style and cooking performance. High-grade steel used in Thermador gas grills helps them withstand harsh weather conditions. Thermador gas grills typically last for years even when you don't cover them during winter months. When your Thermador gas grill isn't cooking as it should, you can count on Sears PartsDirect to have the repair parts you need to fix the problem.
Pressure regulator. The pressure regulator on the supply line from the propane tank controls the pressure of the gas going to the grill. It often includes the gas supply hose and the fittings that connect the propane tank to the manifold.
Main burner. The main burner of a gas grill is a metal tube with small holes on each side that distributes the gas through the holes to create an even flame across the cooking area. The main burner is mounted in the fire box, under the grates and flavor bars.
Igniter electrode. The igniter electrode receives electrical current from the igniter module and produces a spark between the tip of the electrode and the burner to light the gas during the ignition process.
Burner bracket. The burner bracket on a gas grill holds the main burners in place.
Troubleshooting your Thermador gas grill when burners aren't getting gas
First, check the tank's propane level to make sure the tank has gas. Next, reset the pressure regulator to restore gas flow through the regulator if the regulator's flow-limiting device tripped. Replace the pressure regulator if it doesn't allow gas to flow to the manifold after resetting the flow-limiting device. Check the operation of the burner valves on the manifold and replace the manifold if gas doesn't flow properly to the burner tubes when you open the manifold's valves.
Gas won't flow through misaligned burner tubes, so check and adjust burner tube alignment with the gas valves. Clogs in the burner tubes can also inhibit gas flow through the tubes. Clean clogs such as spider webs and spills from the burner tubes to restore gas flow through the tubes.