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Geroge foreman baby grilling machine (10/1/07) URGENT

10060/gr10a white small holds two chicken pieces purchased the product today from argos in canterbury, and plugged it in. appears not to be heating up but light on the front is on. how long does it normally take for this product to heat up, for the first time? thanks, jen x

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Re: geroge foreman baby grilling machine (10/1/07) URGENT

Here is the link to the manual if you need it; page 6 tells you what you need to know, please post again if you still have a problem. Hope this helps :)

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I can do better than that here you go look at this.What have I personally prepared on my George Foreman grill?

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