Question about Grilling
I paid $1,800.00 for this BBQ 6 years ago at Home Depot and I'm told that Vermont Castings has gone out of business. While BBQing tonite, the plastic insulation coating on two of the wires leading from the burner knob and the ignitor switch burst into flames and melted all of the plastic off the wires, dropping molten plastic onto my composite deck and melting holes in it. First of all, can it be fixed? If not, what do I do now that Vermont Castings is out of business? Is there a parent company that I can deal with? This is not the type of problem I should be having with a BBQ of this price. It's really frightening considering I'm dealing with wires bursting into flames with a natural gas hook-up!
First of all i would find out what city this company was in, and who owned it, then i would contact the district attourney in that city and see what they can do too get this remidied, this may be what is called a fly by night company, and they may or may not have a parent company....hope this helps....
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