April 20, 2023

Gas grill repair guides

If your gas grill has a weak flame or no flame at all, these repair guides can help get you grilling again. Find step-by-step guides and videos for replacing common parts such as the pressure regulator or a grill burner. And Sears PartsDirect has more gas grill repair help too, including DIY troubleshooting advice and maintenance tips. Search your model number to find a complete list of replacement parts, then order the part you need.

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Repair guides for Repair guides common to all gas grills

These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your gas grill.

How to replace a gas grill wheel
November 01, 2016

How to replace a gas grill wheel

Replace a broken or damaged wheel in less than 15 minutes.…

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less
How to replace a gas grill igniter electrode
November 01, 2016

How to replace a gas grill igniter electrode

Replace the igniter electrode on your gas grill if it won’t light the burner.…

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less
How to replace a gas grill ignition module
November 01, 2016

How to replace a gas grill ignition module

Follow these steps to replace the ignition module if it doesn't produce a spark. …

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less
How to replace a gas grill pressure regulator
November 01, 2016

How to replace a gas grill pressure regulator

You can install a new pressure regulator on your gas grill if the pressure regulator won’t let gas flow.…

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less
How to replace a gas grill burner
November 01, 2016

How to replace a gas grill burner

Replace a damaged burner on your gas grill in less than 15 minutes and with just pliers and a screwdriver for tools.…

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less

Symptoms for gas grills

Choose a symptom to see related gas grill repairs.

Main causes: empty fuel tank, tripped flow-limiting device on the pressure regulator, faulty manifold valves, burner tub…

Main causes: damaged or dirty flame tamers, corroded firebox, accumulated grease and debris in the grease pan…

Main causes: clogged burner tubes, cracked insulators on igniter electrodes, wiring failures, bad ignition module, manif…

Main causes: nearly empty fuel tank, faulty pressure regulator, burner tube clogs, bad burner tube alignment to gas valv…

Articles and videos for gas grills

Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your gas grill.

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Tapping into a new feature in the Search Bar on Sears PartsDirect

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How to convert a propane grill to natural gas video

How to convert a propane grill to natural gas video

A conversion kit and a few simple tools are all you need.…

How to check the propane level on an LP tank video

How to check the propane level on an LP tank video

Don’t run out of gas when you’re grilling! Here are four ways to check the level of propane in your tank.…