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  1. How to Fix a Gas Grill

    Save that beat-up old gas grill from the garbage dump and restore it to new condition for a fraction of the cost of a new grill. Virtually every part on the grill can be replaced, restored or repainted at relatively low cost, putting your grill back in use for many more seasons.

Other Projects for DIYers from The Family Handyman:

  1. Gas Grill : Propane to Natural Gas Conversion

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    Convert your propane grill to natural gas to make sure the fuel doesn’t run out. We show you how to use a special conversion kit. You’ll also have to run a new gas line.

  2. Ignite Your Gas Grill With an Electronic Ignition

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    Replace faulty gas grill igniters with battery-powered electronic ignition. You can install the inexpensive electronic igniter (about $20) in an hour with basic tools.

  3. How to Tune Up Your Outdoor Gas Grill

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    Tune up your gas grill by cleaning the grates, the burners, the drip pans and the exterior to remove caked on grease that interferes with starting and cooking.

Other Articles for DIYers from Around the Web

  1. Outdoor Kitchen with Concrete Countertops

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    FromInstructables: exploring - workshop - home-renovation - featured

    My project involved creating an outdoor cooking area.  This involved constructing bases of steel studs, hardipanel, synthetic stucco  and poured concrete countertops that would hold a natural gas grill and provide storage and space for food layout.   Framing The first step in creating these were ... By: glennmaggard Continue Reading »

  2. Sizzling Hot Deals on Grills—NOW! - Bob's Blogs

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    FromBobVila.com

    If you don't have a grill—or are in need of a replacement or upgrade—this is the week to shop. With July 4th just day...

  3. How to Repair a Gas Grill and Restore It

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    FromRon Hazelton's Housecalls - Projects & Tips

    Learn how to tune-up your outdoor grill; includes details on cleaning, repainting, replacing briquettes and installing new burners. Continue Reading Categories:

  4. Welding (MIG) Cart from old gas grill and scraps

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    FromInstructables: exploring - workshop - featured

    I recently purchased a MIG/wire feed welder and realized I need a cart in order to easily move the thing around. It is portable, with a handle on top, but it does weigh a good amount. In addition to the weight of the unit, I also have the optional gas cylinder for MIG welding. This is the small ...

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Other Videos for DIYers from Around the Web

  1. How to Clean a Gas Grill with Minimal Effort

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    TFH Multi Playlist Videos

    Learn how to clean a gas grill with minimal effort with these tips and techniques.

  2. How to Clean a Grill

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    TFH Multi Playlist Videos

    Learn about the various types of grill available and how to clean them after use.

Blog Posts

  1. Gas Grill Safety Tips

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    FromPosts tagged: cooking

    Today is the Fourth of July, which means here in the U.S.A., people everywhere will be firing up their grills and barbecues to cook up some burgers, brats and hotdogs. Grilling and summer holidays go hand in hand, as, unfortunately, does grilling and home fires.  From 2005 to 2009, five out of six ...

  2. Smoked Pork Shoulder and Brisket Recipe for Your Back Yard Cookout

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    FromCharles and Hudson

    We don't cover recipes but a friend sent over this amazing recipe for smoked pork shoulder (pork butt) and brisket. It seems appropriate to share this as the 4th of July is next week and many of you will be preparing food for your back yard party. This recipe is courtesy of Mike Nannizzi who comes ...

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