Question about DCS BGB36BQARN (NG) Stainless All-in-One Grill / Smoker
I have a built in area for my new grill and it has 6 inches of rock on the back side of the grill along with a 4 inch air space before the rock is this enough space before the wall material??
Rock ... as in stone? ... or rock as in sheet rock? Your new grill no doubt came with a installation guide and there should be guidance in that guide about clearances. If your grill was not intended to be built in - it will say that in that guide.
I am not familiar with this particular model, generally speaking, I would say if this is outside and you have 4 inches between the grill and rock (rock as in stone), your stone shuld not be in danger though it may get warm.
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Posted on May 31, 2010
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