Question about George Foreman GR82
I have had a GRV660 toaster oven for about a year. The dial for the toaster went out and now we cannot use at all. Do you have an authorized repair company in Mobile, Ala. Zip code 36693? Thanks, Theresa Hamby at firstname.lastname@example.org
I set the roaster for 60 minutes for any size chicken (or parts) that fits after it warms up for the 5 minutes(PH). Best to coat the inside with oil or cooking spray, even though it is non-stick, it will stick.
Anything that fits inside the drip pan area (not soft plastic--grease will melt it) will work. Try using a saucer, you can swap it out with a second if the first gets full. Place in a cookie sheet if you are afraid you'll spill drippings on your counter.
I've had mine for 2 years and it works great. Much better than heating up the house with the oven.
Posted on Dec 14, 2007
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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.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
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