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Had a fire interior of Jenn-Air Model No. 720-0062-LP. All the hoses were destroyed, I have purchaced replacement parts but no instruction on where the different hoses go. Perhaps a schematic or instruction would be very helpful. Thanks in advance-J. Carroll

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The parts supplier should have a parts diagram. Some online parts dealers have them on their site. I have one for a Jenn-Air 720-0061-lp that may be of some use. I will be glad to email it to you, let me know caycebugs@sc.rr.com

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