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How do I replace a Wheel in a Gas Grill?

It's easy to move the grill with the wheel on it. If the grill is damaged, you should replace it.

Follow these steps to fix your issue:

  1. Shut off the gas supply

    The propane gas tank has a shut-off valve. If you look at the tank knob, you can see which way to turn it to open and close the valve.

  2. Remove the propane tank and grease cup

    Pull out the grease cup from the hanger. To release the hose from the propane tank, turn the hose coupling nut clockwise. The propane tank is in the tank holder.

  3. Remove the wheel

    Put the grill frame on the wood block. The cotter pin is on the rod. The nut and washer are on the rod. The wheel needs to be removed.

  4. Install the new wheel

    The wheel has to be pushed onto the rod. The cotter pin should be reinstalled after the washer and mounting nut are installed. The grill frame has a wood block underneath.

  5. Reinstall the propane tank and grease cup

    Place the propane tank on the frame base with the tank hose connection facing the regulators. The frame base must be secured with the tank holder. Attach the hose to the propane tank and tighten the nut. Remove the grease cup from the holder.

  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, wood block, work gloves, wrench set.

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