Introduction

You will need to have a replacement propane heating element for your Char-Broil Grill on hand before starting this replacement guide. When the heating element on the Char-Broil Grill begins to rust, the holes on the heating element grow larger as the metal rusts off. This makes the heat inconsistent and can cause other, further damage to the grill, making this replacement necessary.

Parts

No parts required.

This is an exterior shot of the camping stove.
  • This is an exterior shot of the camping stove.

  • Make sure that you're in a well lit area with towels under the stove to catch any dislodged residue.

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Remove the lid by pulling straight up on its attached handle. Next remove the top grill grate.
  • Remove the lid by pulling straight up on its attached handle.

  • Next remove the top grill grate.

    • Grab one side of the grate.

    • Pull up on that side till you can get your hand under the edge.

    • Using both hands fully remove the grate.

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Remove the heat distribution plate.
  • Remove the heat distribution plate.

    • Place a hand on either side of the heat distribution plate and pull up.

    • The plate should pull straight out of the grill.

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Turn the stove on its side so that the bottom is easily accessible. There is a single Phillips Head screw to remove in the center of the stove's bottom.
  • Turn the stove on its side so that the bottom is easily accessible.

    • There is a single Phillips Head screw to remove in the center of the stove's bottom.

    • Fully remove this screw to detach the heating element from the main stove body.

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Turn the stove back onto its legs after removing the bottom screw holding it.
  • Turn the stove back onto its legs after removing the bottom screw holding it.

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Before you can remove the heating element full you need to unscrew the propane vale on the exterior of the stove. Pull up on the heating element, it should be free floating. After the propane valve is unscrewed lift the old heating element out of the stove and replace it with the new part.
  • Before you can remove the heating element full you need to unscrew the propane vale on the exterior of the stove.

  • Pull up on the heating element, it should be free floating.

  • After the propane valve is unscrewed lift the old heating element out of the stove and replace it with the new part.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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