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  • Open the two cart doors on the bottom front of the grill, if your DCS model has doors.
  • Remove the drip pan under the grill by sliding it forward.
  • Locate the 9-volt battery behind the grill control panel in the compartment directly below the "Ignition" button on the front of the panel. The battery is mounted vertically to the connection plate.
  • Pull the battery straight down to disconnect and remove, using pliers if necessary.
  • Hold the new battery in position below the connection terminals so that the positive (+) post on the battery is facing inward beneath the grill. The positive post is the larger of the two posts on the top of the battery. Push straight up to connect the battery.
  • Slide the drip pan back in place and close the grill cart doors.

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grills do not have lids do they

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Yes the act of smoking is cooking them.

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Duplicate question.

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Low and slow. Cook the pork roast looooow and slooooow. Trying to rush this cut of meat just isn't a good idea. Cook the pork roast in a slow cooker for anywhere from 8-10 hours. Brown it before cooking.

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Go back to where you purchased it and see if they have any spare instructions , Or google make and model and see if you can down load a set .

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The odd thread might be a left-hand thread; fuel gas connectors often are.

As well as switching the air bleeds to propane you need to ensure the right gas pressure is being delivered to your stove.

A local plumber's merchant or similar should be able to supply the fittings you need.

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slow cook ( 100 F) is a bit more than simmer so set it on low or simmer
all the details are in the user manual

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I would say Lava Rocks . Have used them a lot over the years

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Call the Propane Dealer to send a technician asap.

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go to your local gas appliance shop and get one from the spares

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Different people are grilling different things.

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Same as a regular oven
http://www.bing.com/search?q=Oven+cooked+pork+shoulder&form=U164GD&pc=U164G
http://www.bing.com/search?q=Oven+cooked+pork+shoulder&form=U164GD&pc=U164G

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It could be happening due to the gas problem. The burners are not getting the gas or they are filled with the dust or waste. Try to clean them all by your self or hire/call skilled grill cleaner to clean them. It can be happened to anyone.
http://texasgrillmaster.com/

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For what recipe?
http://www.bing.com/search?q=Pork+shoulder+recipes&form=U164GD&pc=U164G

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