I have a St. Croix Lancaster, and I bought the multi-fuel burn pot for it and hit a problem; I can't get the original burn pot out. Following the instructions, I took out the screw in front of the burn pot that holds it in place, I loosened the screw that allows pulling back the coal rake farther so it's out of the way, and supposedly, the burn pot is supposed to lift right out. It doesn't. It feels like there's still something still holding it in place, but I can't see anything, or feel anything when reaching around in there, and according to the instructions, there is nothing else. Also, if and when I can get the new pot in there, I have a question that the instructions say nothing about (and the dealer didn't seem real sure about); Those who know the multi fuel pot know it comes with the plate for around the top that has to be fastened with screws - two actually depending on if you have the brick or not, I do have the brick, so I have to use the shorter one, so that's not the question. According to the place I bought the pot from, you take that plate off for burning one thing, put it back on for burning something else (they said take it off for corn, put it on for pellets). Now I'm wondering if they have that correct: First, are they right that you have to take it off and on depending on what you are burning, and second, if you do have to do that, are they correct in saying take it off for corn, put it on for pellets. I have to sign off and get ready for work, so thanks in advance for any answers that come along before I can get back on here.