How Do I Replace a Ducane Grill Burner?
If the burner in your Ducane grill becomes too dirty, it will not cook food properly. You will notice uneven grilling due to hot spots and cold spots. It is recommended to clean your burner every one to two years.
However, if the burner ports become clogged with grease and you are unable to clean them, it is time to replace the burner. Replacement burners can be ordered from Ducane online. You also may be able to find them at your local retail store.
Turn the gas valve off. Remove the cooking grate and the heat distribution plates. Both of these lift right off.
Pull off the control knobs on the front of the grill. Use a screwdriver to remove the two screws holding the control knob bezels in place. Take off the bezels.
Remove the four screws holding the control panel cover in place. There is one screw in each corner of the panel. Take the panel off of the grill.
Remove the four screws holding the manifold in place. There are two screws located on either side of the front of the manifold. Gently remove the manifold from the grill.
Lift the burners out of the grill. Place the new burners in the grill.
Put the manifold back on the bracket and replace the screws. Put the control panel cover back on the front of the grill and replace the screws.
Push the control knob bezels back in and tighten the screws. Put the knobs back on. Place the heat distribution plates over the burners. Replace the cooking grate and open the gas valve.
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