When I bought my 2007 310 DA (used), the pre-sale inspection said the grill tripped the breaker. I called Kenyon and they told me this model had a design flaw in the heating element making it prone to cracking and shorting. For $75, I could get a replacement element and be back in business. I did this, and it worked great until last weekend. Grilled some hamburgers on the hook, turned the grill off for about 10 minutes and then went to turn it back on to heat up some fried chicken and it wouldn't stay on. I reset the panel Accessory switch a couple of times and each time I turned the grill on it powered off immediately. I'm guessing this is exactly what's wrong with it again -- a problem with the element. But before I fork over another $75, I'm curious if anyone's had other problems besides this? The system seems pretty simple, but the thing I'm dubious about is the "in-line" circuit breaker gizmo that connects between the grill and the outlet under the cockpit counter. Do these ever go bad? Any other feedback on the durability of these heating elements? I thought it might be kind of joke when we bought the boat, but we've really liked the grill, making all kinds simple grilled stuff, including pizzas. It just seems like a heating element ought to last more than 3 years.