DIY gas grill repair
Whether a burner isn't getting gas or you're having problems lighting your grill, Sears PartsDirect has gas grill troubleshooting and repair help so you can fix the problem yourself. See the most common gas grill symptoms below and follow the troubleshooting tips to get your grill fired up and cooking again.
Watch our gas grill won't ignite or light video to troubleshoot issues with the pressure regulator, burner tubes, igniter electrodes and spark module. If your grill isn't heating food evenly, learn how to check for clogged or corroded burners. Once you've figured out what the problem is, our DIY gas grill repair guides provide step-by-step instructions for replacing grill parts.
If it's more troubleshooting or maintenance help you're looking for, our articles and videos page covers topics such as converting a propane grill to natural gas, how to check the propane level on an LP tank, tips on cleaning your grill and more. To find the owner’s manual or a complete list of replacement parts for your gas grill, search for your model number.
You can install a new pressure regulator on your gas grill if the pressure regulator won’t let gas flow.
Replace a broken or damaged wheel in less than 15 minutes.
Replace the igniter electrode on your gas grill if it won’t light the burner.
Follow these steps to replace the ignition module if it doesn't produce a spark.
This video shows you how to clean dirty flame tamers and the grease pan to minimize excessive flames.
A conversion kit and a few simple tools are all you need.
This video helps troubleshoot issues with the pressure regulator, burner tubes, igniter electrodes and the spark module.
Clogged or corroded burners and flame tamers could be the problem.
Find out how to take your grill apart for cleaning and what products are safe to use.
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Learn how to diagnose and fix the problem if the gas grill won’t light.
Get answers to the 10 questions about gas grills that people most often ask.