Question about Electric Grills & Sandwich Makers
We have a George Foreman -GRP99 grill and really enjoy it. It is 2 years old and the teflon finish on the top gill(cover) is now bubbling and we would like to know how to replace that part. The bottom shows NO signs of bubbling. Can you help> BeeJay I have the large stand indoor/outdoor George Foreman grill. It is not quite 2 years old and the teflon finish is bubbling. Is this covered by warranty at all? It was a gift I a know that I have tossed all the paper work. If I kept all that stuff for everything I would need to rent a storage facility to keep it all.
Unfortunately this is a common problem among these grills, your only option is to replace it unless you have an extended warranty... if you want to keep using it, you can use a scotchbrite or similar metal pad to get rid of most of the teflon coating. if you want to replace it because you love electric grilling and don't much like teflon flakes in your food, i would recommend that your next grill have stainless steel or cast iron grilling surfaces..
hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
Teflon kills you.
Piss on it!
Posted on Dec 09, 2007
SOURCE: teflon finish is bubbling
first go to this link and see if they still stock the part (they still sell the grill so i think you should get lucky) http://www.esalton.com/control/contactus If you need any help swapping them, please ask again. Hope this helps :)
Posted on Mar 15, 2007
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