Tank Hook & Brace Replacement - Flat Top Grill

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Steps to replace a propane tank hook and a propane tank brace on a Traeger flat top grill.

 

Applicable SKUs

To order a replacement tank brace or hook, please contact Traeger's Customer Support.

  • Propane Tank Brace & Brackets: FTK0032
  • Propane Tank Hook: FTK0015

 

Installing/Replacing a Propane Tank Brace & Brackets

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  1. Unplug the grill from power, close the propane tank and disconnect the regulator.
  2. Remove the cooktop and grease keg. 
  3. With the help of a second person, flip the griddle upside-down.
    • To prevent scratches on the lid paint, lay down cardboard or a blanket before flipping over the griddle.
  4. Remove old tank brace by squeezing the 2 bars together and sliding it out of the tank brace hardware. 
  5. Remove the 2 Phillip's-head screws holding the back and front bracket to the legs.
  6. Install new front and back bracket to caster legs using 2 Phillips-head screws each.
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  7. With the help of a second person, return the griddle to its upright position.
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  8. With both new brackets installed, install the tank brace by clicking the front bracket into the brace bracket, and then pushing in the back bracket.
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    Flatrock-Assembly-Tank_brace-7b.gif

 

Replacing a Propane Tank Hook

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  1. Unplug the grill from power, close the propane tank and disconnect the regulator.
  2. Remove the propane tank.
  3. Push in the spring pin, and remove the old tank hook
  4. Slide the new tank hook into place until the spring pin clicks into place.
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