This BBQ troubleshooting guide will walk you through the steps to help diagnose your outdoor grill problems. There are a lot of problems that can cause a grill to stop working. Some of them are as simple as changing a battery or can be fixed with household items like a paperclip. Some problems are more complex, like installing a new wire harness after damage from rodents or a fire. With our BBQ troubleshooting guide, you can save yourself the frustration of dead batteries or spiderwebs.
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