Wolf Outdoor Gas Grill Not Lighting After Replacing Propane Tank
- OG grill will not light
- Full bottle of gas
- Lighting an Outdoor Grill after replacing gas tank
If the ignitors are working, but the grill will not light after the tank was replaced or filled:
- Open the hood completely. Do not attempt to light the grill with hood closed. For a module, remove the cover.
- Open the gas supply shut-off valve.
- Turn the control knob counterclockwise to Hi on at least one burner.
- Push the burner control knob in and verify the igniter glows. The igniter is located below the burner grates inside the flash tubes.
- Allow the gas to flow for up to 30 seconds.
- Turn the valves off and allow the gas to dissipate.
- Repeat steps 3-6 several times. Then, try to light the grill.
- When lighting, always keep face and body as far away as possible.
- If an OG or BBQ gas grill does not light after the tank was filled, it is possible the tank is too full.
- Propane gas is sold as a liquid, and the gas boils into a vapor inside the tank.
- If there is not enough space in the tank for the gas to build pressure, it will not light.
- If these steps do not resolve the issue, no further troubleshooting advice is available. Contact Factory Certified Service to schedule an appointment for repair.
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