Question about George Foreman GR30 Indoor Grill
When using the george foreman grill the plug became very hot. Is it safe
theres obviously some form of electrical fault.
check that the wires inside the plug are tightened correctly.
Also check that the Cord-Grip ( plastic piece in the plug That holds the cable ) has,nt been overtightened and crushed the cable.
If none of this solves your problem, return if under warranty, if Not.
Throw it Away, and replace with a new Unit.
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Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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