Question about Thermos Grill2Go Fire+Ice
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
One one side, there is a gas strut which is connected to the other side via a cable, similar to that which you would find on a bicycle for the brake. When the strut side raises (it uses this cable and a series of pulley's) it shortens the cable and raises the other side. With use, this cable where's and can slide off the pulley. It could also be that this cable has been damaged, although the prior is more likely the case. It's fairly easy to disassemble and inspect. One regular and one small philips screw driver, along with a pair of needle nose plier are all the tools necessary. If you would like further info. please let me know.
Posted on Jan 17, 2010
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