Now we'll deal with roll dome removal and installation. Crown Verity roll domes are designed to be removed. They are an accessory. They're held in place with a couple of stainless steel pins at the back and slide into these tracks. This could be part of a repair sequence, a new purchase where you just recently received a new roll dome and we'll show you how to install one, or perhaps you just prefer to cook with an open top grill. We'll show you how to safely remove it and re-install it. The first thing we'll want to do is remove the two stainless steel pins at the back of the grill, close the roll dome part of the way, and start sliding it back just about two inches. Then, at this point, you'll probably want to get some help. So, we'll start sliding this and pulling it out and as we get close to the end we want to make sure that we're supporting the inner part of the roll dome with our hands. Go ahead and just pull that off, nice and easy, and lay it on the ground. Whether you've completed your repairs, you're re-installing the roll dome because you did an event where you didn't need it, or you purchased a brand new, we'll show you how to safely install a new one. So again, as in removal, we're going to support both parts of the roll dome with two people, take it to the grill, and make sure we're aligning the inner skin with the tracks. It can't be on top; it must be in the track. Slide it on all the way and we'll put the stainless steel pins in.
Whether you're repairing your grill, re-installing your roll dome, or adding one on as an accessory, this video tutorial will make roll dome removal and installation safe, quick, and easy!