Questions and Answers for Cast Iron Large Twin Universal H Burner w/ Venturis - 19-1/4" x 7-3/4"

Cast Iron Large Twin Universal H Burner w/ Venturis - 19-1/4" x 7-3/4"
$59.97
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Asked by Din on Aug 5, 2019
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Yes, this large cast iron burner will work with any grill that uses a large H burner. The venturi are adjustable from 8" to 11".
 
Answered by GPS on Aug 5, 2019


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Asked by Fale Cainday on May 26, 2020
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Yes, this burner is still available. You will need to check the size of your current burner to make sure they are close. They do not have to be exact, but close. Give us a call with your model number, we will be happy to check for you. 678-272-2451
 
Answered by Susan on May 27, 2020


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Asked by Anonymous on Mar 30, 2020
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Remove your cooking grid and heat plates or briquette grate from the grill. Depending on what kind of grill you have, you will lift the old burner straight up or slightly up and tilt it towards you. After attaching the new venturi to the new new burner, you will need to manipulate them to the same length and angle (if your old venturi are angled) as the old venturi. Slip the venturi through the hole in the bottom of the grill and slide them over the valve ends. Replace the rest of the parts and light it up! Call us if you need to, we are happy to help. 678-272-2451
 
Answered by Susan on Mar 30, 2020


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Asked by Brenda M on Jun 23, 2020
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Yes, this burner will work on either gas type. It is your valves that determine the type of gas.
 
Answered by Susan on Jun 24, 2020


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This burner is for grills that have two control knobs. Yes, there is a baffle to separate the two sides.
 
Answered by Susan on Jul 7, 2021


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Asked by Brendan on Jul 19, 2021
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You will need an electrode to connect to the ignitor. Please give us a call with your make and model number. We are available Monday - Friday, 9-5 ET. 678-272-2451
 
Answered by Susan on Jul 20, 2021


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The orifice on your valve will determine the BTUs. Most large H burners (as an average) use 20,000 per side.
 
Answered by Susan on Jul 27, 2021


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Asked by Paul Szklarski on May 16, 2022
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I recommend comparing the burner with your original one to see if they match. If the shape and dimensions are the same, I don't see why it wouldn't fit. Give us a call if you have any further questions at 678-272-2451
 
Answered by Kimberly Mathews on Jan 6, 2023