MANIFOLD/VALVE/HOSE ALL IN ONE REPLACEMENT for Grill Models 3070 5750

GAS MANIFOLD/VALVE/HOSE ALL IN ONE REPLACEMENT for Grill Models 3070 5750

  •  Make sure the propane tank is off and unscrew where the regulator attaches to the tank.
  • Turn all Control Knob to high for 4 to 5 minutes to bleed out the lines from the propane left in the Regulator Hose and Manifold from prior use.  
  • Turn the Knobs to the Off Position and Remove them from the grill. (They just pop off if you pull towards you.) 
  • Working on the Side Burner, Open the lid and Remove the Pot stand.
  • Remove the Igniter Wire located behind the front fascia and beside the side burner valve, by pulling it down.
  • Remove the 2 screws on the Knob Bezel of the Side Burner.
  • Remove the small Screws Connecting the Burner Pipe to the Side Burner Body. (this will allow you to maneuver the pipe in order to remove the valve).
  • Remove the Valve by Sliding out of the Burner Pipe.
  • Moving onto the main body, Remove the Sparker Tip Wires from the back of the Pulse Ignition Kit.
  • Remove the Cooking Grates and Flame Shields to access the Manifold and Burner Tubes. 
  • Detach the Burner Tubes from the Manifold.
  • Remove the Front Control Panel by removing two screws from each side of the interior of the body. The Control Panel, Manifold, and Valve Assembly will come off in one piece.
  • Looking at the front on the Control Panel where the Control Knob Bezel is attached there are two screws on each side. Remove those screws. (This will separate the Manifold from the Control Panel.
  • Remove the old Manifold and replace it with the New Manifold. 
  • Reattach the screws through the Control Knob Bezel attaching the Manifold to the Front Control Panel
  • Attach the Manifold and Front Control Panel to the front of the body of the grill
  • Reattach the Burner Tubes to the Manifold
  • Replace the Flame Shields and Cooking Grates
  • Plug the Sparker Tips back into the Pulse Ignition Kit.
  • On the side burner, attach the valve to the side burner pipe.
  • Attach the screws connecting the burner pipe to the side burner body
  • Attach the 2 screws on the bezel to the valve
  • Plug in the igniter into the port beside the valve.
  • Replace the pot stand.
  • Reconnect the Hose to the Propane Tank
  • Do NOT turn the Gas on until you complete a leak test.

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