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Depending on the type of TV, the longevity can be affected significantly. If your TV is a plasma model, they run very hot and the plasma only lasts about 4-5 years. That is why plasma is no longer being made by any of the major manufacturers. It was state of the art when it came out, but now LED TVs are the standard. They use much less energy, run a lot cooler and last much longer.
Longevity really depends upon the technology used, not always who made it.
Order the parts from Coleman.com or take it to Sears or grill repair person. If you do it yourself, take it apart first so you know wxactly what parts you need. I have the same grill in the same condition. I am replacing the rusted parts and expect it to look and function like new. I got mine to last a little longer by spraying the inside of the grill down with PAM in between uses after cleaning.
The replacement part is no longer available and I expect that it would be just as weak as the original. So, I straightened mine then added a piece of metal angle to the bottom runnning the full length of the piece. Works like a charm!