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Topic Title: Searmate
Created on November 12, 2009 at 10:02 PM

TerryO

My Searmate is no longer glowing red hot, it is mostly yellow flame. It worked the first few months as it should and I have not adjusted the air intake whatsoever. I always burn it off and clean every use. Old Guy, Demonstrator< are you out there? Thanks! TerryO

THE DEMONSTRATOR

TERRY

WE ARE LOOKING AT THIS AND WILL GET YOU AN ANSWER SOON


TerryO

Thank you sir!

Philly

There is an orifice in the valve that may be obstructed. If you need help getting to the orifice just contact Holland!

TerryO

Hey Demonstrator, any word yet? Thanks and happy holidays!

Red

Have we made a Searmate for the Island Units yet???

John

My searmate got blocked up after about four months and would not cook evenly. I had to take a thin wire and clean out the tiny holes in the ceramic brickets and brush off some sort of ash that covered the brickets. I used an air compressor to blow out the dust. Pain in the butt but now it is cooking even again. Don't get me wrong. I still love my grill and my searmate. PS and my old stainless steel drip pan.....

@terryO

Terry, it sounds like your SearMate is starving for air, which can produce the yellow flames you speak of. Check the venturi of the burner if you can get it out and look inside, clean out the ceramic bricks like the other guy said and see what happens. But it sure sounds like its not getting enough air.