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Before selecting the ring enhancer, you should consider what type of enhancer you really want like the Ring Guard, Ring Wrap, Curved Ring or any other type of ring enhancer. When selecting a ring enhancer, it is necessary to know both the size and shape of the solitaire diamond worn in conjunction with the enhancer. The shape of the enhancer must conform to the original ring and allow the centre stone to fit properly into the wrap or insert. Ring wraps displaying subtle curves are suitable for round diamond centre stones. From my experience in handling such products what I say is that pointed ring inserts are better suited for marquise or oval shaped diamonds. The Wedding Band Enhancer has got some cool collections for wedding rings and I think you should have a look at it!.
I had the same issue. There is a rubber O-ring that makes ti waterproof and is very tight when new. You twist counter-clockwise as per instructions and then use your thumbs from underneath the cover to pop up one side of the cover (and possibly work the other side as well) until the seal is broken. Once you open it once it gets much easier.
I had the same issue. There is a rubber O-ring that makes it waterproof and is very tight when new. You twist counter-clockwise as per instructions and then use your thumbs from underneath the cover to pop up one side of the cover (and possibly work the other side as well) until the seal is broken. Once you open it once it gets much easier.
Grill pans are available in 2 basic sizes. The first is an oblong shape that is designed to fit over 2 burners. These pans are great for entertaining as they can handle a large amount of food, and they often have a flat surface on the reverse side for making pancakes, grilled cheeses and the like. The other size is a smaller pan, with a single handle and a diameter of around 12 inches (30 cm). These are ideal for single-person cooking, and they don't take up much space. -http://www.wikihow.com/Use-a-Grill-Pan
I had same problem. Note you cannot see down the Battery tube as there is a top attached to the battery cover that turns. I worked a very thin screwdriver head between that top and the light unit, and the cover then wiggled free rather easily.
No, John, Yo do not want to use the rotisserie rod/spit without the wooden handle. Call BBQ's Galore Customer Service 800-752-3085 for a replace handle. If they can't help you, go to the following link and search by the Model Number of your grill (FYI - Capt Cook is not a model number).
I hope this helps you and thanks for choosing FixYa. Happy Grilling!!
If you need the round knob on the lid, you can try http://www.marbeck.com/crock_parts_rival.html
they have a universal knob that fits most oval and round crock pots. I have looked and still can't find handles. Hopes this helps