REPLACE A TIMBERLINE AUGER & AUGER MOTOR

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Find out how to replace an auger and an auger motor on the new Timberline grills.

 

PART NUMBERS

  AUGER AUGER MOTOR

TIMBERLINE

KIT0596 KIT0689
TIMBERLINE XL KIT0599 KIT0689

 

REPLACEMENT INSTRUCTIONS

HOW TO REPLACE A TIMBERLINE AUGER

  1. Turn off and unplug the grill.
  2. Remove the hopper access panel (right panel) by unscrewing the four screws holding the panel to the hopper.
  3. Find the auger motor and disconnect the 4-wire molex connector from the motor.
  4. Remove the four Phillips-head screws holding the motor in place.
  5. Pull the auger motor away from the grill.
  6. Remove the Phillips-head screw to the right of the screw that holds the X in place.
  7. Pull out the X.
  8. Grip the end of the auger and pull it out of the auger tube.
  9. Insert the new auger into the auger tube and push it into place.
  10. Replace the X, making sure it inserts into the bushing's two ridges.
  11. Insert and tighten the Phillips-head screw to secure the X in place.
  12. Align the auger motor with the partial circle at the end of the auger.
  13. Rotate the auger motor to align with four screw holes together.
  14. Insert and tighten the four Phillips-head screws to secure the auger motor.
  15. Reconnect the 4-wire molex connector to the auger motor.
  16. Replace the hopper access panel.

HOW TO REPLACE A TIMBERLINE AUGER MOTOR

  1. Turn off and unplug the grill.
  2. Remove the hopper access panel (right panel) by unscrewing the four screws holding the panel to the hopper.
  3. Find the auger motor and disconnect the wires from the motor.
  4. Remove the four Phillips-head screws holding the motor in place.
  5. Pull the auger motor away from the grill.
  6. Align the auger motor with the partial circle at the end of the auger.
  7. Rotate the auger motor to align with four screw holes together.
  8. Insert and tighten the four Phillips-head screws to secure the auger motor.
  9. Reconnect the 4-wire molex connector to the auger motor.
  10. Replace the hopper access panel.
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