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I'm looking to buy lava rocks for this grill, any idea where i can purchase this product?

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Hi .. lava rocks can be found at most any building supply, garden store , the rocks are not brand specific.

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Need to know what ges in first vermiculite,ember fibers or lava rock and do i have to put sand


Hi Elvira:
Seems that your grill should have had some instructions but here's my logic.
- Vermiculite is an insulator so I would put it in first.
- Ember Firbers? I'm not familiar with the term, but I'd think it may be to separate the vermiculite from the Lava rock so I'd think it would go in next.
- Lava Rock is intended to be next to flame so it would go in last.
All of this logic makes an assumption that the flame is above the lava rock.
- I would not think sand is required unless it was included with the "kit". Then I would be contacting the manufacturer or at least a website (Google the product name) for guidance.
Hope this helps.
Cheers.

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What kind of charcoal or lava rock do I buy for my indoor Char-glo waste king universal grill


You have a gas grill, so you don't want charcoal. You need lava rock, any big box hardware store carries them (or Amazon). Doesn't really matter what brand, just get a size of rock that won't fall through the grate. Take a piece of your old rock that won't fall through the grate with you to the hardware store. Get something as large or larger.

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My husband and I inherited a Charbroil gas grill (model # 4639171) from his mother. There is no flame diffuser, heat plate, or lava rocks over the burners. It is difficult to cook on because anything...


I searched my parts catalog for your model number and came up empty. I believe that I may have parts that will work for you. The closet model number to what you have listed is #4639122. This model takes the angle shaped flame tamers. This model also lists a briquette grate. You can go to my website, www.minxenterprisesinc.com and check out this model number and it will give you dimensions for the parts. You can see if they will fit. I would not get lava rock, purchase either ceramic or porcelian briquettes, as they work much better.

Jul 16, 2011 | Char-Broil Grilling

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Can you put lava rocks in this grill


Since it's an electric grill and only puts out a little over 1700 watt, I wouldn't recommend it. As the lava rocks could cause uneven heating. However, if you have the Deluxe Model, I have heard of customers doing it. Once the lava rock briquettes are seasoned, you may get more of that Char-broiled flavor. My best advice, is use them sparingly. Don't just dump them in. Line them up in a single layer across the lower rack (Deluxe Model, only)

Hope this helps. Please let me know. And Happy Grilling!!

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Do you need lava rocks for the masterbuild 7 in smoker


No, none what so ever. If you used lava rocks, you'd go from smoking to grilling.

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Use of Charcoal or Lava Rocks in the Char Broil Patio Caddie?


LP grills are designed to use lava rock ONLY. Charcoal will clog the burners.

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Using ceramic briquettes with lp gas grill


Many people enjoy using Lp/gas grills for their ease of use and efficiency. Frustrations caused by flare ups and hot spots encourage the use of a wide variety of briquettes and other products. Ceramic briquettes are most commonly used because they provide an even heating surface and last for several uses.
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  2. Gas grills most often use ceramic briquettes, lava rocks or, more recently, ceramic tiles in order to distribute heat. Ceramic briquettes come in the traditional shape, lava rocks are similar to those used in landscaping, and tiles only differ from briquettes by shape. Traditional charcoal briquettes can be used, though they maintain several disadvantages. Use
  3. Place briquettes, tiles, or lava rocks in a solid layer on a screen between the heating element and the grill surface, making sure to leave space for air to circulate. Light the grill and check to make sure that all areas of the heating element are covered, filling any empty spaces. Advantages
  4. Ceramic briquettes, tiles and lava rocks all serve the same purpose. The advantage comes from their ability to reduce flare-ups and hot spots. They can also be used several times, minimizing set-up and making cleaning easier. Traditional charcoal briquettes are cheap and easy to find. They also provide the smoky flavor associated with traditional charcoal barbecuing. Disadvantages
  5. Ceramic briquettes, tiles, and lava rocks are not as easy to find as traditional charcoal briquettes and are more expensive. Traditional charcoal briquettes do not repel run-off from food, but rather retain it, causing hot spots and flare ups. Charcoal briquettes also need to be replaced after each use and are harder to clean up. Warnings
  6. Any additional product placed inside a lp/gas grill should not come in contact with the heating element. Doing so can cause increased stress to the grill, as well as clog vital gas ports. Always maintain a clean grill. A buildup of old briquettes can cause inadequate performance.

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Charcoal in a gas grill...Wassup with that?


Well are they lava rocks or charcoal? The Master Flame series is supposed to have lava rocks. If what you see is charcoal, remove it and replace with the lava rocks. You can order the rocks from Char-Broil's website.

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Kenmore Sure-Spark


Try Appliance Factory Parts (www.applliancefactoryparts.com) at (800) 955-7075. Call or look on their website for specs, drawings, parts, etc. The grease clip underneath takes a Campbell soup can to catch the drippings. And yes, you need to buy lava rocks which act like hot charcoal when heated by the gas. Yes, the tank fits underneath on the stand and is clipped into the wire rack.

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