My gas grill won't get over 400* and I've tried all the ways to reset the regulator and the tank. Nothing has worked.
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^^^ What those guys said about the Weber. I owned 2 $70 Aussie gas grills and they worked, but I had to throw them out every 2.5 years. I wanted a larger grill, but the new Weber Genesis was not in my budget. I found a 12 year old Weber Genesis that was in great shape. Bought it for $200 with a full tank and it had new flavorizers, grates and a cover. My digital thermometer quit reading after it reached 600*.
I would recommended storing it inside which will double it's life.
I live in a populated area and craigslist always has used and sometimes free Webers that only need $100 in parts and you'd have yourself a $500 Weber.
Echo what others have said about Weber. Char-Broil reminds me of AMF back in the day. Started snatching up companies, began turning once quality products into cheapened shells of their former selves, and left customers with bad tastes in their mouths in the 70s and 80s: Harley, Brunswick, and Hogan were just a few.
Look what Char-Broil has done to New Braunfels and Oklahoma Joe as a couple of examples: at the risk of sounding snobbish, I wouldn't buy Char-Broil products simply out of principle, much less out of inferior quality.