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Re: Kenmore gas grill 141-16228

There is an Englewood, CO, retailer called Appliance Factory Parts. They sell parts for discontinued and old model gas grills., at (800) 955-7075. The burner can be obtained from them or a local gas barbeque store (I found out they are interchangeable with new model grills), but the grilling and lava rock grates/grids were hard to match and I got them from Applied. I rebuilt a 1992 model Kenmore grill.

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I would love to know the answer myself, I can't figure it out now that I have the grill half taken apart.

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