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Homes Food Grill Refresh

In this April 14, 2019 photo, a grill sits outside a home in New Milford, Conn., in need of some upkeep after sitting unused during the winter months. (Katie Workman via AP) 

Look for signs of rust or cracks in the metal or grill lines. It's also possible that little critters may have found their way into the grill, and need removing. Get the least squeamish person in the family to do that.

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