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You will have to use a screw extractor to remove the broken off pieces that are still in the grill. You have to drill a hole into the remaining bolts and then tap or screw in the screw extractor. Turn counterclockwise and they will come out. Home Depot may have the allen head screws that hold down the bar.
if you go to the manufactures web site for this appliance you should be able to download a copy of the manual . There may be a number that you will be able to call also for further assistance ok?
best regards mike
Follow Up From Postee: Determined that by simply removing the back cover (phillips Head Screw) that there is a brass clamp over the pivoting bar that has an alan head screw on either side. Simply tighten both sides and the lid will stay up. Done.