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I am replacing the burner assembly on a Sunbeam 540 grill. Have the part, now where do the two shields go? I need a diagram. The larger of the two shields has the number 11230169 stamped on it. It also has a screw hole but I cannot figure out where it goes. I think it goes underneath the bottom and somehow over the gas ports. Help!

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Usually those shields go over the top of the burner to prevent food from plugging the holes .

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SOURCE: We have a sunbeam 540

If the leak is in the black fitting you turn to tighten it onto the tank, that is a replaceable part.

It is part# 86495 from Music City Metals.

You can get it for $13.99+ at marbeck.com

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