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Thermos Fire and Ice Grill 2 Go

How do I get it to go down (retract) once I have it up??

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  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    how do i lower grill on the thermo grill 2 go fire & ice

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Push down on the foot pedal in front of unit.

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