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Cleaning How do I remove the heating elements to put in the dishwasher and clean? How can i down load an instruction manual? GR20

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Yes, I can help... I will make the user manual available to everybody that needs it... it will be in .pdf form. all 16 pages with receipts.. cleaning and how to and what not to do included.
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Hope you all enjoy the user manual..

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Get the GR15 manual here

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