Why Read This Article?
- Maintain your Char-Broil grill by replacing the burners if corroded, rusted, or clogged in just minutes.
Duration:Â 5-10 minutes
Frequency: Â As needed Replacing the burners:
1. Remove the grilling gratesÂ and fire box trough.
2. Remove hitch pins and carry-over tube.
3. Remove burners from grill.
4. Install new burners into grill.
5. Replace carry-over tube and hitch pins.
6. Replace fire box trough and grilling grates.
Tools & Materials
- Needle-nose pliers
- Flat-head screwdriver
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Replacing the burners:
1. Remove the grilling grates and the fire box trough
Pull the grilling grates off of the grill and set them aside.
With the grates removed you will now pull out the fire box trough.
2. Remove the hitch pins and the carry-over tube
Use a pair of needle-nose pliers to pull the four hitch pins out of the burners.
Now remove the carry-over tube.
3. Remove the burners from the grill
Lift the burners out of the grill and use a flat-head screwdriver to separate the ignition electrode from the burners.
4. Install the new burners into the grill
Clip the electrode onto the new burner and insert the end of the burner onto the nozzle of the valve assembly. Repeat this step for the other burner.
5. Replace the carry-over tube and the hitch pins
Replace the carry-over tube on the new burners and replace the four hitch pins.
6. Replace the fire box trough and the grilling grates
Set the fire box trough and grilling grates back into their original location.
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Conclusion: That's how fast and easy replacing the burner on your Char-Broil will be. Now get out the steaks and fire up your grill.
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