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Lincoln impenger gas model#1116-000-A, Problem: conver runs does not heat up. Also top oven fluctuates tempuature 70 degrees all the time after it heats up. What is problem where to get parts in central california?

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Do what i done and build a brick one ,use the metal grills from an old refridgerator,oven on the side with a metal door ,trying to repair some of these type of BBQs after they have been in the garden all winter and rusted up ,then trying to find the local agent ?? for a weekends work you will have a BBQ that will cost little to build and last a lifetime

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