Installing your replacement emitter tray(s) is easy!
1. Remove cooking grates from the grill
2. Remove the old burnt out emitters
3. Replace with new CG113SS Emitter Tray(s)
4. Replace cooking grates
Maintaining your Emitter Tray
We recommend cleaning the tray periodically to remove any ash, food and grease build-up.
Mix one cup of vinegar and two cups of baking soda together and pour the solution into a garbage bag or container large enough to fit your emitter trays. Place the trays in the solution and let them soak overnight.
The next day, remove the trays from the solution. Rinse very well with clean water—most of the dirt, grime, and stuck-on food debris should easily fall off. If needed, scrub with a stainless steel bristle-free or nylon brush and rinse again.
Pat the grill trays dry and apply vegetable oil for an added layer of protection.
Use the WB8 Bristle Brush to clean ash, food, and grease build-up/residue from your emitter tray.