Check out the video below for tips on performing a gas leak test.
When doing the gas leak be sure to:
- Visually confirm all burners are extinguished (no flame present).
- Visually confirm no burning grease / food particles in the cook box, bottom tray or catch pan (grease management system).
- If flames are present, DO NOT engage the tank valve or regulator until all visible flames are extinguished.
- Once all flames are extinguished, turn off the flow of gas at the tank.
- You can now safely disconnect the regulator from the tank and visually inspect the face seal on the tank.
- If the rubber seal is cracked, twisted, out-of-round/oblong or other side compromised DO NOT use tank. Return tank to place of purchase and request a new tank. Inspect face seal before bringing the tank home.
- If the rubber seal is not damaged, reconnect the regulator to the tank and turn on your gas supply by opening the valve on top of the tank to continue with the soapy water test.
You can also find comprehensive gas leak test instructions in the owner's manual for your model grill.
If you find a gas leak, don’t use the grill, and get in touch with us by clicking here, or dial 1-800-446-1071, and we’ll be happy to help. We're open 7 days a week.
It’s always best to register your grill before calling or to have the serial number available.