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Purchased a toolbox grill and it came with alot of small screws and 1" hard plastic tube like things (4) have no instructions or assembly sheets to let you know what to do with this or these things..... need help please

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KEG Products is the manufacturer of your grill. You will need to contact them for the Owners Manual.
800-232-5347.

Hope this helps to get you up and grilling.

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