FAQ

All the answers to all your questions about safely operating a GrillGun or a Su-VGun: a high power torch for charcoal starting or searing meat

When I am trying to use my GrillGun or Su-VGun I only get a small flame. Neither the knob nor the squeeze handle have any effect on the fuel flow. Why does it sometimes work fine and other times just sort of turn way down and just have a small orange flame?

There is a safety “Check” valve built into the handle of the GrillGun and Su-VGun that when set will block most of the flow of propane into the torch. In the event that it falls over, is dropped to the ground, is moved quickly or erratically (as in running), or is pointed in a manner that would let liquid propane from the attached bottle or hose into the torch, it will shut it down. You will then need to turn off the torch, disconnect the fuel source, release the pressure in the torch (buy turning the knob or squeezing the handle) and then reconnect the fuel while holding the GrillGun and propane bottles, upright and vertical (so that liquid propane in the bottle cannot enter the GrillGun). Read more in the instruction manual on page 16 and watch the supplemental videos to really understand this very important safety feature.grillblazer.com/supplemental-videos/

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GRILLGUN SPECIFIC QUESTIONS

There is a safety “Check” valve built into the handle of the GrillGun and Su-VGun that when set will block most of the flow of propane into the torch. In the event that it falls over, is dropped to the ground, is moved quickly or erratically (as in running), or is pointed in a manner that would let liquid propane from the attached bottle or hose into the torch, it will shut it down. You will then need to turn off the torch, disconnect the fuel source, release the pressure in the torch (buy turning the knob or squeezing the handle) and then reconnect the fuel while holding the GrillGun and propane bottles, upright and vertical (so that liquid propane in the bottle cannot enter the GrillGun). Read more in the instruction manual on page 16 and watch the supplemental videos to really understand this very important safety feature.grillblazer.com/supplemental-videos/

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