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help- my grill is DIRTY!

Posted by grillbimbo (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 28, 02 at 14:19

My husband and I were given a sunbeam gas grill 6 years ago as a wedding present. Unfortunately we have not been very responsible with the upkeep. The part of the grill under the rocks (sorry...I don't know the correct terminology!) has become rusted and therefore the flame does not consistantly light the entire grill area. I fear it has become clogged. Is there a way to clean this part or do I need to replace it? I would appreciate any "expert" help that I can get! Thanks!

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RE: help- my grill is DIRTY!

You can clean them with a wire brush and run a drill bit through the holes, but if the burner is rusted severly you might as well replace it. You can get a "universal" fit burner at most home centers or fing a place that sells Sunbeam parts and get a direct replacement. They are pretty easy to replace. Good luck.

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