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I have a Grillmaster 650 (circa 2001) I replaced the burner and the "tent" a couple of years ago. There is another part in the center / front of the grill that protects the beginning of the burner. Its just a plate that is maybe 4 inches by 1 1/2 inches (It is so rusted and decayed I cant tell). But like the tent, it keeps dripping grease and fat away from sensitive parts of the grill. I need that little part. Any ideas on where I can get this part.? Andy

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SOURCE: Screws fastening "tent" are corroded

Just had the same problem... I sprayed some WD-40 on both sides to loosen it, then used a damaged screw remover to pull it out. On one side, the head snapped off and I had to use the smallest-size extractor to directly pull out the shank, but it worked.
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BTW, you don't happen to have the instruction manual, do you??

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SOURCE: sunbeam model #650 heat tent

There seems to be 2 sizes 25-5/16x8-1/4 or 27-11/16x8-1/4 heres were you can get them http://www.grillstuff.com/gas-grill-flavorizer-bars/?cat=50

Posted on May 20, 2010

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