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Need to order parts for Members Mark Gas Fired Ignition Charcoal Grill Model:CG2001201-MM-00

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Just Google it and you'll find a number of places, such as:
https://www.appliancefactoryparts.com/gasgrillparts/brands/members-mark/

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here is the link to the weber one touch 22 1/2 grill

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SOURCE: charcoal grill to propane

Shouldnt be a problem, the sell replacement kits for propane grills at most home improvement stores. Just buy the replacement kit and install it into your grill.

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SOURCE: Charcoal in a gas grill...Wassup with that?

Well are they lava rocks or charcoal? The Master Flame series is supposed to have lava rocks. If what you see is charcoal, remove it and replace with the lava rocks. You can order the rocks from Char-Broil's website.

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Hi, parts for your item can be found at amazon. Click here Amazon com meco swinger charcoal grill and take a look. I hope this was helpful. Cheers

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