Let's clean this sucker up and rebuild it!
I started the rebuild by removing the table.
With the table out of the way, you can access the burner assembly.
This shows how the wires connect to the burner tube.
I used a 1/2" socket and a screwdriver to remove the burner assembly from the kettle.
With the two bolts removed, the burner assembly slides right out.
Close up view of the hose/burner connection that's held together with a retainer clip.
Use pliers to remove the clip and the hose can be pulled out of the end of the burner tube.
Next I unscrewed the igniter from the burner tube.
Now it's time to remove the spark generator and regulator from the front panel.
After unplugging the wires, remove the nut to remove the spark generator.
You'll need a 1/4" socket to remove the regulator. I left the hose connected so I didn't have to
reseal the connection.
The knob slips through the front panel, so there's no need to remove it.