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Missing grease drip pan

We would like to purchase a 9' drip pan for our grill that was lost. where are they available

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Call 1-800-233-9054, ask for CONSUMER SERVICE. Tell them your model number, see if they can get the trays for you.

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Go to this website, put in your model number and you can purchase the necessary accessories.

http://estore.fox-international.com/applica_group.asp?groupid=462

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My best advice on keeping a grill clean, is stay a head of the cleaning. Not allowing grease and residue to continue to build up. I say this, both as a grill dealer and as an avid professional grill-er.

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Hi sir!

I'm wondering why you have not receive a free greese pan for your model. My guess is you are not aware that your model FG50069 is one from the list of RECALLED Fiesta Blue Ember products by the government due to safety and hazard issue.

see the link: http://www.blueembergrills.com/Safety/Safety.html

You can get it the greese pan for free due to recall issue. Just call the Blue Ember's phone is 1-800-396-3838
and they will send it right away.

For additional information, contact Fiesta Gas Grills toll-free at (866)740-7849 between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday, email mnorman@fiestagasgrills.com or visit the company's Web site at www.blueembergrills.com

I hope that is what you need, because there is a limit of this parts available in the market.

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http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml09/09283.html

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Drip Pan


The part you have requested is currently not available to purchase online.
We ask that you call 1-800-738-0245 (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.,
ET) for price and availability. Please have the model number, and date code
of your product when placing the call. Your reference number is 9061882

Locating the model number and date code:

The model number and date code (3 or 4 digit number) of your product is
located on the back or bottom of unit. This may also be located on a
removable label or on the box that the unit was packaged in.

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