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I want to replace the old burners with new ones

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The procedure to replace burners is as follows:--- Remove the GratesOpen the grill. Put on a pair of rubber gloves. Remove the grates, and set them aside. Remove any of the V-shaped metal tent pieces above the burners, and set them aside. Remove whole briquettes with your hands and set them aside. Push the ash through the small hole in the bottom of the grill; the ash will fall into the ash drawer. Use your fingers to scoop the ash into a pile, and help feed it through the hole. Pull the ash drawer out of the grill, and empty the ash into a trash bag. Replace the ash drawer.
Remove the BurnersDisconnect the wire on the back of each burner that is connected to the collector box. Remove the pins or clips on the bottom side of the burner that connect it to the bottom of the grill; you may have to get on the ground and look up at the underside of the grill to remove them. Pull the burners up gently a few inches, and disconnect the gas lines. Remove the burners.
Install the New BurnersClean out the area around where the old burners sat. Connect the new burner to the gas line, and set it down into the grill. Install the pins or clips to the bottom of the burner to hold it in place. Reattach the wires from the collection box to the burner. Replace any briquettes. Replace the V-shaped metal strips and grates.
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