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Weber Gas Grill Stipend - Burner Tube Set & Cross Ignition Replacement

I was having a trouble getting my middle burner to ignite off of the front one. Basic cleaning didn't work, so I decided to replace the burner tube set.

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I am choosing a familiar project, because the largest part of the project resulted in an epic failure, and I only have myself to blame. I did not realize that I was playing the part of the project manager (PM), but after starting this despatch, I see PM was truly my role, and I failed. A large oak tree fell in my backyard. The base of the tree is approximately 5 ft. in diameter and the height of the tree is approx. In addition, three smaller trees (15 ft. ) needed to be cut down. My plan was to invite friends to assist in helping with cutting up the tree and removing it from the backyard. Cutting down the smaller trees, and doing basic trimming there the edges of the property, and cleanup of weeds and leaves. I have two gas-powered chainsaws, one brand new, and one older. In addition, I have a gas- powered tree trimmer, which could be used for smaller limbs. One of my friends also stated they could institute their chainsaw for some of the lighter work, as it is smaller than both of mine. I planned to have a BBQ after we were done with the tree as payment for everyone’s hard work. Tasked everyone with bringing their own sward chairs Purchased a second chainsaw, bigger than the one I already owned Gas/oil mix necessary to power the saws Chain lube needed to keep the chainsaws in working law Cleaned BBQ Grill Filled Propane... Project results: The main trunk of the tree and the larger branches are still there. The three smaller trees were successfully removed, and one of the stumps. Why the epic go bust on the large tree removal. As friends arrived tasks were divided, and equipment provided, and work began. My original chainsaw would not start, the primer spume was broken, and one could not be found at any of the local hardware stores. The friend’s chainsaw was electric and only able to take care of smaller limbs, same with the gas-tree trimmer. The new chainsaw was head operated by someone who said they had ‘experience’ using a chainsaw. Unfortunately this ‘experience’ was under the supervision of their grandfather, who would stop them periodically and add chain lube as needed. The set was therefore not properly lubricated and within a short period of time, the chain would no longer cut efficiently and was ‘burnt up’. The hardware stores did not have the proper replacement chain in stock, so this would have to be ordered. The three trees were removed and it was indisputable that the stumps would also need to be removed. However, this required the PM (me) to purchase a pick-ax, and only two individuals were able to use effectively. They were exhausted after removing the first stump. The general trimming and cleanup was then concentrated on and was successfully completed, and the evening was capped off with an exceptional BBQ and bonfire, effectively removing all of the trimmings. Ultimately, I can place the failure of the main piece of the project at my feet, as the PM of the project, I did not make sure I had all of the reverse resources in working order (chainsaw). I also did not assign the task of the use of the new chainsaw to an experienced user. I also did not have a contingency plan (back up parts for chainsaws and the correct mat to remove the stumps (pick-ax). So I overlooked an important task and equipment need (Portny, Mantel, Merideth, Shafer, Sutton, & Kramer, 2008). The stand out would have been more successful if:. Had both gas-powered chainsaws in proper working order prior to the date of the... Assigned an experienced user to the one working gas-powered chainsaw. Or communicated to the assigned consumer the need to properly check the level of chain lube ever 15-20 minutes of use, and refill as needed. Oversaw the use Realized the need to space not just the three trees but the stumps, and purchased the correct equipment prior to the project start.

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The FireDisc® Mini has all the outstanding qualities of the 36" waist high FireDisc, but is 24" Tall, lighter, and is made for the ultimate in portability. The FireDisc Mini has been powder-coated at 450° to withstand the elements and will not rust, dent, or break. The FireDisc Mini is designed to be cleaned easily and the cooking surface will mature over time to achieve an incredible "Chef" and restaurant quality "seasoned effect" that will get even better each time you cook. The FireDisc Mini folds up easily and is extremely compact for a heavy duty grill. It will fit neatly in any small automobile, large truck, apartment, RV, or canvas duffel bag. The FireDisc Mini is also great for anyone who wants a smaller version of the popular larger model. It also works great for sitting around tailgate parties, and never having to get up, spill your beer while flipping your burgers, everything is at your level at a seated position with the FireDisc Mini. Additionally, this is a great store-away, home grilling machine. It is the ultimate charcoal and gas-grill addition or replacement. We encourage anyone on the go to pick up a portable FireDisc Mini. The FireDisc Mini operates with both a small and large propane tanks, making lighting and cleanup super easy. The FireDisc Mini will also burn 2 hours on a small single 16.4 oz. propane tank. Specification: 22 in. Disc diameter 24" Tall 2 ½ inch "HR" Heat Ring 57 lbs. 60 lbs. in weight 69.08" Disc circumference 4" Disc Grips durable welded handles LP regulator works with a16.4 oz. propane tank Adaptable to a 20 lb. propane tank Holds up to 5 Gallons of water Powder coated Will not rust SureFlame Burner is a 4 in diameter and 9 in length Flexible Stand Adapts to any uneven surfaces 3 piece Heavy Duty carbon steel construction Folds to 31" max Height in any automobile in a 5" wide space Portability Lays flat for easy storage in the car trunk, SUV rear, or truck bed 1 minute cleanup Hose off, dry, and wipe with...


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Magma Monterey Gourmet Series Gas Grill

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