Originally Posted by Ryebread
sorry to hear that. I guess if you are looking to save $100 bucks, have the time and decent diy skill, it's worth a shot. if it fails, you buy new ones. not the end of the world!
exactly, this is in no way a hard diy.. but if something does go wrong its not like the replacement is extremely expensive, easily find a grill under 70 in the color you were hoping for