Hopper Lid & Pellet Grate Replacements

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Discover the step-by-step process for effortlessly swapping out various components of your grill.

 

Hopper Lid

TOOLS NEEDED: Phillips Screwdriver

  1. If you have a cutting board on the hopper lid, detach it.
    Note: Depending on the model, there may not be a cutting board. 

  2. Unscrew Hinges: Use a Phillips-head screwdriver to remove the single screw from each hinge.
  3. Line up the new lid's hinges with the holes on the hopper and screw them in place.
  4. Make sure the new lid is firmly attached.
  5. If you removed a cutting board, put it back on.
  6. Your replacement process is complete!

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Pellet Grate

TOOLS NEEDED: Phillips Screwdriver

  1. Remove the screws holding the old grate using a Phillips screwdriver.
    Note: Depending on the model, there may be either one or two screws securing the grate.
  2. Lift off the old grate.
  3. Position the new grate in place.
  4. Insert and tighten the screws to secure the new grate.
  5. Ensure the grate is firmly attached.
  6. Your replacement process is complete!

Note: Make sure the pellet grate is oriented the correct way. If the screw holes do not line up, it's likely that the grate needs to be turned

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* Note that the images provided are for illustrative purposes only. Actual product appearance may vary depending on the specific model. 

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