Question about Char-Broil CharBroil Master Flame Gas Barbecue Grill
I'm going to be doing some grilling at my girlfriend's barbeque next weekend. Yesterday we pulled her grill - a Char-broil Masterflame - out of winter storage. Funnily, there's charcoal in it! She doesn't know how it got there (I know...there must have been another griller in her recent past). So, I'm wondering why there would be charcoal in a gas grill. Is this model supposed to use lava rocks maybe? Should I take the charcoal out, or just leave it in and see what happens?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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