If you're considering modifying your grill, please read this article for how it may affect your warranty.
WHAT ARE GRILL MODIFICATIONS?
A grill has been modified when someone changes its functionality or appearance. Grill modifications include, but are not limited to, the list below:
- Giving your grill a custom paint job or using paint to touch up scuffs and scratches
- Installing 3rd-party controllers or grill parts
- Drilling or cutting your grill's barrel
- Installing additional parts not designed for the grill
DO GRILL MODIFICATIONS VOID THE WARRANTY?
Modifications to grills, including the use of third-party parts, does not automatically void the warranty on your grill. Your grill's warranty may be voided, however, if the modifications you make damage your grill or the way it operates.
EXAMPLE: INSTALLING A SET OF THIRD-PARTY WHEELS ON YOUR GRILL
Installing third-party wheels has no impact on your grill's paint or on the thermocouple's ability to read temperature, so your warranty in regards to paint and reading temperature would be unaffected. However, should the wheels prevent the grill from being level, your warranty concerning grease management would be void because the modification is preventing the grill from functioning as designed.
If you have questions on how a grill modification would affect your warranty, please contact Customer Support.