Now THIS is going to a be a B#$% I wanted to pull the burn pot, and get that cleaned out. I was already afraid of the bolts being frozen up, so I went about loosening very carefully. The first bolt came right out,.. the 2nd,(left) bolt,.. felt really stiff,.. so I sprayed a bit of PB blast on it,.. and worked it back and forth. At a certain point, it freed up, but go figure,.. it actualy tore the threads apart. The bolt would not back out only spin in place,.. but would tighten back up. I could not back the bolt out enough to get the burn pot out. I ended up vacuuming the best I could around the loose burn pot,. then tightening it back up for now. All night, and morning, I've not been able to stop thinking about how I'm going to fix this. Has anyone else has ran into this before? My thoughts are,... If I can cut or break the bolt off on the inside first, allowing me to remove the burn pot, I could then cut the head off, and thread it out to the inside. Depending on if it is just the bolt,.. or the stove itself,. I could JB weld inside the hole.. then redrill and tap. If anyone else has Ideas or thoughts on this plan, please share! Thank you!