The barbecue grill is the cornerstone of your outdoor kitchen, so when your gas grill isn't lighting or has another problem, it's frustrating for everyone in your backyard. If simple troubleshooting doesn't solve the issue, it's time to call your local Mr. Appliance® for expert BBQ grill repair service. We specialize in fixing built-in units.
Don't let a clunky grill put a damper on your next cookout.
Built-in Grill Issues We Commonly Address
We're all familiar with the perks of built-in grills. But only trained professionals can help you get back into the grilling game when yours stops working.
Here are some common issues we encounter during our built-in grill repair services:
- Low flame: This is quite common and typically a result of a faulty fuel line regulator.
- Flame not blue: If your flame is orange or yellow, there could be an issue with the control valves and venturi tubes.
- Uneven heat: There could be a blockage in one of the burner units.
- Too much smoke: You may have too much grease inside your grill, which means it requires a thorough cleaning.
When you choose Mr. Appliance as your grill repair service, an experienced technician will quickly diagnose the issue and confirm a service plan with you. We offer up-front pricing and the Neighborly Done Right Promise®.
Need Outdoor Gourmet Grill Parts?
We source and replace many parts for outdoor built-in grills, including:
- Grill knobs
- Grill burners
- Grill ignitors
- Grill valves
- Grill heat shields
- Cooking grates
At most locations, Mr. Appliance sources grill parts only as part of our outdoor kitchen appliance repair services. Some locations also offer standalone parts for sale. Your local team will tell you how it works in your neighborhood.
Schedule a Grill Repair Near Me
If your built-in barbecue grill isn’t working right, schedule service with Mr. Appliance or call us. Our technicians are ready to diagnose the problem and make a prompt repair.
Frequently Asked Questions
My grill ignitor is not working. What could be wrong?
If your ignitor isn't clicking, the battery may be dead, or you may have a failed igniter module that needs to be replaced.
What's wrong if my gas grill is not getting hot?
You may need to reset your fuel line regulator: Turn off your source of gas (propane or natural gas) and disconnect the hose to your grill. With the lid open, turn the burner knobs to high for a couple of minutes; then turn them off. Reconnect your hose to your gas source, and slowly turn on the gas. If this doesn't solve your issue, you may have clogs in your burner tubes. That's a problem best left to professionals like Mr. Appliance.
Does Mr. Appliance offer grill cleaning services?
Mr. Appliance does not currently offer grill cleaning services. We do have some grill cleaning tips for you though.
How do you run a natural gas line for an outdoor grill?
You should have a trained professional install a natural gas line for your built-in grill. Our fellow Neighborly® brand Mr. Rooter® Plumbing provides gas line repairs and replacements.
Looking to make those summer nights behind the grill more memorable? Trust Neighborly to connect you with home service professionals in your area who will create the perfect backdrop for entertaining.
- Your local Mr. Electric® will help you upgrade your
- Glass Doctor® can spruce up the entryway to your backyard by installing a new patio door.
- A backyard with an outdoor kitchen needs a meticulously landscaped yard. The Grounds Guys® near you can help.