Lynx makes gas grills that heat foods quickly and evenly. You can rely on getting consistent cooking results from your Lynx gas grill every time you barbeque. When parts on your Lynx gas grill wear out or break, get the replacement parts you need to restore your gill to top shape at Sears PartsDirect.
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.
How to fix your Lynx gas grill when some burners won't light
When one or more burners won't light, clogs in the non-working burner tubes are often the cause. Remove the grates and the flavor bars and check the non-working burner tubes for clogs such as spider webs inside the burner tubes. Check the ports on the sides of the burner tubes for clogs as well, or for damage.
If the grill has an igniter for each burner, look for cracks in the ceramic insulators of the igniter electrodes that can cause the electrodes to fail. Check wiring connections on the igniters. Reconnect any loose wires and repair any broken wires.