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thunderstormr
Outdoor kitchens and gas grills are great. But, why must the grill be 'built in" to be fashionable and exciting. All gas grills, if used frequently, will eventually need to be replaced. Try finding a replacement that fits the hole when the need arises. A high-end gas grill on a compatible cart can still be plumed in with a quick-connect and rolled out of the way to clean under and around it. No thanks on the built in gas grill.
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sagb34

Does anyone have a suggestion for a quality gas grill that won't start needing replacement parts , I.e. ignition, burners. Have gone through several and tired of replacing. Currently have DCS and down to one burner, no pilot ignition...

   

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