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Help! MY BBQ guru is coming apart!..

GenesGrillGenesGrill Posts: 308
edited 7:41AM in EggHead Forum
I have had my BBQ guru for a few years now and all of a sudden (and I take good care of it and store it when not being used) the back of it is coming loose. I don't see any screws to tighten it up. What can I do??? Thanks!!


  • I had the same problem Gene, Send it back to Guru they well re-glue it

  • Call them at 1 800 288 4878

    Hope you get fixed. Tim :)
  • They do have excellent Customer Service. They should fix you up just fine.

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  • You can do what everyone suggested or you can a couple tie wraps and use them.

    Credit for the tie-wrap goes to GaryBushey or ViennaJack I can't remember which one did that to one of mine. I really didn't have the time to send it the Guryu folks and get it back before my next cook, you may have that option.
    Same problem here, went back to the guru folks.

    If you need to use it before sending it back use some rubber bands.

  • HatchHatch Posts: 149
    You have one of our earlier models of DigiQ.
    We can fix you up here in the shop very quickly, or if you like you can use a gel type super glue and attempt the repair yourself..
    We apply pressure while the glue is drying..

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