Question about Kitchen Ranges
Make sure you have power to the wall socket. Try the Grill in a socket you know that works. If it still doesn't light up and work chances are the cord or power lead could have a break in it and may need either replacing or shortening if you can find the break. If the Grill works in another wall socket then the wall socket you were using it in will need to be checked and maybe need replacing. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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