Gas is coming in Check that the piezoelectric igniters produce a spark If there is a spark, the problem may be in the gas cylinder. Check again that your bottle is full and that the gas is coming in. Remove the burner that does not light and exchange it with one that does. If the […]
The flames of a gas barbecue/grill should be blue in normal operation. If the flames are yellow, there is a problem with the regulator. Fortunately, this is quite easy to check and repair: Turn off the burners. Turn off the gas cylinder, then disconnect the regulator from the cylinder. You can reconnect the regulator to the […]
Remove the burner protectors and the burners. If your protectors are too damaged, you can recommend them on our website. To degrease them effectively we advise you to use our special degreaser or to immerse the elements in hot soapy water. Then for the burners, clean the inside with compressed air to remove all the […]
All Cook’in Garden products are butane and propane compatible.
When mounting the side stove on a gas barbecue, you may notice that there is an apparent hole between the burner and the gas valve. This hole is necessary for the appliance to work properly because the gas needs air to give a flame. It is the mixture of gas and air that gives the […]