Question about Cfm VM400XBN
Somebody just gave me a used BBQ grill, model VM400XBN and what happens is that this grill was abandoned in his back yard. The line that goes to the gas tank is damaged and it also has some attachments that are loose and I dont know where they go.
Since I've never had a gas grill like this I would like to know where do I have to go to get a new gas line with the connector for the gas tank. Can I go to a general store like Lowes or Home Depot? The second question is where do I get the diagram so that I can find where the loose parts go?
Finally I want to thank you for your support and if you give me a phone number where I can reach you I will call you and personally thank you for your help.
You might check frm and tractor supply stores for the line you need for the propane hok up they would be most likely to carry that part. as far as the other parts you have i dont know knowwhat you have to put back on the grill.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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