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How do I replace a Burner in a Gas Grill?

Follow these steps to fix your issue:

  1. Shut off the gas supply

    The shut-off valve on the propane gas tank needs to be closed. If you look at the tank knob, you can see which way to turn it.

  2. Remove the cooking grate and flame tamer

    The grate and flame tamer need to be removed from the burner.

  3. Remove the burner

    The cotter pin is located in the back of the burner. The burner mounting screw needs to be removed. Remove the burner from the manifolds by pulling it back and up.

  4. Install the new burner

    The burner needs to be pushed into the Manifold. Attach the burner mounting screw back to the burner. The cotter pin needs to be put back in place.

  5. Reinstall the cooking grate and flame tamer

    The flame tamer should be reinstalled over the burner. The cooking grate needs to be reinstalled.

  6. Restore the gas supply

    The propane gas tank has a valve on it.

Time required:

15 minutes.

You would need the following tools:

needle nose pliers, phillips screwdriver, work gloves.

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