• MHP
  • PGS

SIZE: 20″ x 8-1/4″


UPC NUMBER: 97524194285

To ensure you choose the correct replacement part for your grill, we recommend removing the original part and comparing it to what we list. You can also check your owner’s manual to make sure this part will work with your grill.


Burner with venturi assembly for WNK & TJK grills

  • Exclusive patented “H” type stainless steel dual burner for longer life.
  • Burner gas ports are uniform in size and shape, providing uniform flame on each port.
  • The entire venturi is made of stainless steel and has a built-in Spider Guard.
  • Stainless steel standard WNK and TJK burner with the GGDV13 bolt-on venturi assembly
  • Includes GGDV13G Gasket Kit & GGLLP1 Stainless Steel Cotter Pins

The burner comes with a 7-year warranty from the date of purchase.


Maintaining your Stainless Steel H Burner

Many people think that stainless steel will never rust. However, rust can form on stainless steel gas grill burners for several different reasons. Because burners operate at such high temperatures (typically 300 to 650 degrees Fahrenheit) and are subject to drippings from cooking meat (corrosive due to their moisture content and acidity), they are subject to rust. Weather conditions involving large amounts of moisture, rain or salty air can also cause rust to form. Over time, areas where grease can drip and accumulate, such as the seams that line the burner compartment, or the flame holes, may become thin and corroded. When the burner becomes significantly corroded, or ‘rusted out’, gas escapes through the corroded areas, creating ‘hot spots’ and making it difficult or impossible to cook food properly.

But you can prolong the life of your burner by following a few simple steps.

Signs that you need to clean your burner

  • Erratic flame pattern
  • The flame is low even when the burner control knob is set at HIGH
  • Flames do not run the whole length of the burner

Before you get started on cleaning your burners make sure you have the right tools. It can be a bit messy so you might want to have a pair of gloves. You should also have a wire brush, pipe cleaner or thin wire (for cleaning the flame holes), a putty knife, newspaper, and some cleaning rags or paper towels.

Wire Brush

A wire brush can be used to lightly brush off debris and rust from your burner

Cleaning Tools for Flame Hole

These items can be used to clean the flame ports on your burner

  • The first step is to be sure the gas supply to your grill is off. You may even want to completely disconnect the gas tank from your grill. Then go ahead and remove the cooking grids, grill grates (now is a great time to clean those up too) and briquettes.
  • Remove your burners from the grill and lightly brush the burner with a wire brush to remove any debris. Pay special attention to the flame holes or ports.
  • Next, examine the flame holes or ports carefully to make sure they are not clogged. You can clean the flame holes using a pipe cleaner or thin wire to release any food build-up or grease residue. Flame holes can become clogged easily. When the flame holes are clogged more gas is forced out the remaining flame holes. This undue pressure can cause stress cracks which can eventually break into larger holes.
  • Use the supplied venturi tube cleaning brush or small bottle brush to clean out the venturis, removing any spider webs, dirt or debris.

Before you re-assemble the cooking grates and heat plates, connect the gas line, turn the gas on and test your burners. If you have a nice even flame pattern, turn off the grill and replace the remaining parts. it is normal to see your flame burn blue with tinges of yellow. If you have no blue in your flame or no flame at all, you may have a blockage in the venturi tube or orifice. After rechecking/cleaning the venturi tube, install the orifice at least 1/4″ to 1/2″ into the venturi tube. If the perfect mixture of oxygen and gas is present, you should now have a blue flame with tinges of yellow.

TIP: While you have the bottom of the aluminum casting exposed, take the opportunity to clean it the best you can by removing any gunk out with a putty knife, garden tool, etc.

Flashback Prevention


How to Clean Venturi Tubes to Prevent Flashbacks

In some areas of the country, spiders or small insects have been found to create “flashback” problems. The spiders spin webs and/or insects build nests in the grill’s venturi tube(s). The web and/or nests can lead to gas flow obstruction which results in a “flashback”—a fire in the venturi tube(s). See illustration below.

Clean Venturis to help avoid a flashback

The grill may still light, but the obstruction does not allow full gas flow to the burner. Therefore, some gas will back up and escape at the venturi shutter. This will ignite, causing flashback, which also could damage your grill.

To remove spider webs and/or other obstructions, you must remove the burner and clean out the venturis with the long narrow bottle brush supplied with the grill. This should be done routinely after the grill has set idle for extended periods.

  1. Be sure the grill is cold. Open the lid and remove the cooking grids, the porcelain briquettes and the briquette grate.
  2. Under the grill, remove the clips holding the burner in place.
  3. Lift the burner and venturi assembly out. With the bottle brush supplied, or a pipe cleaner or long flexible wire, clean out the venturi tubes.
  4. Remove the hex head orifice with a 3/8″ wrench. Clean orifice hole and inner part of the valve with a toothpick being careful not to enlarge the orifice hole.
  5. Before reinstalling the hex head orifice to the valve stem, use a quick burst of gas pressure by turning the valve on then off to remove any loose debris.
  6. When replacing the burner/venturi assembly, be sure the venturis fit over the gas valve orifices.
  7. Reinstall the clips under the grill to hold the burner in place.

Dangerous flashbacks can be prevented. Watch this video to see what a flashback is and what steps you can take to help prevent them.


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