If you’re having trouble determining if your grill is heating up, we have some tips on how to tell whether your grill has cooked.
Here are five questions to ask yourself.1.
Are there any visible signs of the grill being heated?
If so, it’s time to get your Weber cooker to a professional.
You can also use a heat probe to check for a leak.
If the heat is coming from inside the grill, there may be a fire hazard, or there may not be enough water inside the container to cook the food.2.
Is the water level in the container still the same?
The water level inside the cooker will usually drop after a few minutes, but that can be a sign of a cooking fire.
If you see a water level drop, you should be able to get the temperature to around 140F to 145F (70C to 75C).3.
Does the food smell?
If you smell burnt, burnt oil, or any other odors, that indicates a problem with the cookware.
If it smells of burnt oil or other greasy food, the problem is most likely due to the cooking in the cooker.4.
Does there appear to be any residue on the food?
The cooking process in the Weber is designed to heat up the food to a temperature of about 150F (59C).
If the cooking is starting to turn brown or the smell starts to build up, you may have a cooking issue.5.
Does any food smell of burnt or greasy?
If there are no signs of smoke coming from the inside of the container, the food is ready to cook.
If there is smoke coming out, there is a possibility that your Weber has been overheating.
If you see any signs of a problem, contact your local Weber service center to get a report from them.
You may also contact the Weber repair shop to get their assistance.
You can check the Weber online, but you will need to make an appointment for an appointment with a professional to inspect your Weber.
For more information, go to the Weber website or call 1-800-921-2300.