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I have a BBQGalore Capt'N'Cook 3 Burner - Need parts

I have a BBQGalors Capt'N'Cook 3 Burner Grill - Model No. CG3CKW. I need burner replacements, heat diffuser (original was the holder with lava rock) but willing to use any heat diffuser that will work. Cannot get parts at local stores. Gave me website of www.musiccitymetals.net as the company that purchased patents on these grills but I cannot locate brand that they would be listed under.

Any help would be appreciated.


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  • Phatrevor Apr 23, 2009

    Same problem, BBQ discontinued due to China buying out BBQ Galore. Anyone know of parts for Capt N Cook 3 burner.

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Burner replacements can be found at amazon. Click here Amazon com Capt Cook parts and take a look. II hope this was useful. Cheers
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