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Gr35S george foreman no heat

Plugged in unit, no heat. used timer to preheat, still no heat.

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try these guys for support or parts if you fancy trying youself; http://www.esalton.com/control/contactus It does sound like the control board is the problem, and if you can get a replacement, they are a couple of connectors and a couple of screws to fix. Hope this helps :)

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SOURCE: George Foreman Rotisserie Oven Model Number: GR59A

To reach the company call: 800-738-0245

The part number for the GR59A timer knob is #21398

They want $15.95 including shipping for a new timer knob. But, talk to the customer service rep. to see if they will warranty the part for nothing.

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