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I need to know the temperature for making waffles

I lost the manual for my grill I want to know what the temperature is for the grill when making waffles.

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I finally found the manual for this grill. It says that waffles should be cooked from 3-5 minutes on high uingd 2/3 cup of batter. There is an entry on this website where you can download and print the manual with suggested cooking times.

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