Question about Dacor Epicure EOG36 (LP) All-in-One Grill / Smoker
I know, it's a bear, once the grill is a few years old. Aside from that, you'd expect the R & D Dept to come up with a better way to attach the 'U' shaped burners, for a grill that is one of the most expensive ones on the market.
In any event, I found that if the screw heads are badly rusted, using an easy out or drilling the screw out, is about the only way to do it. If you drill it out, start with a small diameter bit and work your way up. Of course, you'll have to use a little larger diameter sheet metal screw to attach the new burner(s). I highly recommend Stainless Steel Screws, in case you ever have to replace the burners again.
Hope this helped you get them out. Please let me know and Happy grilling!!
Posted on May 29, 2011
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