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Does any one nkow were to find the vent for the top of the hood on the George forman indoor/ outdoor grill. Mine broke and now I am having trouble finding a replacement

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Does not heat up. When lid is closed with all burners on it only heats to 250*


Either the grill's thermometer is faulty or the grill's regulator is partially locked up. Let's a dress the latter, first.

1. Turn the gas grill tank's valve OFF.
2. Disconnect the hose from the tank & wait 5 minutes.
3. Reconnect the hose to the tank and open the tank valve VERY, VERY SLOWLY (Slow motion,
slow).
4. Once the valve is fully open, light the burner farthest from the tank first and turn it to High. Does
the flame height look correct? If so, light the remaining burners the exact same way. Do all the
flame heights look correct? If so, you may have solved the problem. Close the grill's hood and
allow it to preheat for at least 20 minutes. If the temperature goes above 250 degrees F, the
problem is solved.

If the above didn't solve the problem, buy an inexpensive oven thermometer, that would usually set on an oven rack. Except, you're going to place it on the grill's cooking grates. Preheat the grill with the hood closed for 20 minutes, then check the grill thermometer. After which, open the hood and look at the oven thermometer. If they read the same, then you will need to replace the grill's Hose/Regulator Assembly. If the Oven thermometer reads significantly hotter, then it's a faulty grill thermometer. You can either replace it, or just continue to use the oven thermometer, like I do.

If you need to replace the Hose/regulator Assembly, you can pick one up at any home center or hardware store that sells grills and accessories for about $30.00. Take the old one with you for comparison purposes.

I hope this helped you troubleshoot and solve the problem. Please let me know & Happy Grilling!!

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We have a brinkmann smoke 'n pit charcoal grill $ smoker- the manual says to cure it- how do we do this and for how long? :-)


By cuing, they mean burning it for an hour or 2, before using it to grill or smoke food. Coat the grill grates with a light coating of vegetable oil, before firing up the charcoal. Maintain a temperature of 325 - 350 degrees F for half an hour with the hood closed and a half hour with the hood raised.. After that, the grilling part of the grill - smoker should be cured. The smoker part, other than cleaning, doesn't need much curing. As the temps for smoking don't exceed 225 degrees F.

Hope this helped you and Happy Grilling!!

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I just bought the Brinkman, and I am trying to figure out how to use the Rosterria. Can you help me?


Since a Rotisserie is an optional item for your model grill. I assume you have purchased one that is approved to be used on your model Brinkmann Grill Smoker. If not, I recommend that you Do Not use it. If it was approved, read and follow the directions that came with it regarding installation, setup and preparing to use the rotisserie.

The Rotisserie can only be used when you are not grilling anything else on the grill. Remove the grill grates directly in front of the rear infrared Rotisserie Burner. If you Don't, they will be in the way. In their place, you are going to use an aluminum pan (like a pie pan), as a drip pan for whatever you're cooking on the Rotisserie.Place that on top of the burner's flame tamers. Make sure the rotisserie motor is in place and you have electric power to it. Test the rotisserie spit, by inserting it into the motor's spit holder. If you have a Counter Balance, attach that near handle on the spit shaft just below the handle. If your rotisserie is missing the counter balance, you can not use the rotisserie.

Remove the rotisserie spit and place whatever you're planning to cook on it, following the directions that came with rotisserie kit. Make sure the spit forks are tightly embedded in the meat, whole chicken, etc. If a whole chicken, tie the legs together like a Thanksgiving Turkey around the spit..

Light the Rotisserie Burner and close the hood of the grill. Allow the temperature to reach a minimum of 250 degrees F, before opening the hood and installing the food loaded rotisserie spit.
Be careful, as the interior of the grill will be hot. Install the spit as you did earlier. Make sure it fits into both sides of the grill's hood correctly.

Turn the Rotisserie Motor ON and watch as the food turns. If it turns and then sort of bumps, when the spit turns around, adjust the counter balance to stop this. It should turn smoothly. Once all tha is completed, close the hood and allow the food to cook for whatever time, you would cook it in a kitchen oven. Rotisserie cooking is like smoking food. It's a low (temp) and slow (time) process. But, the flavor rewards are GREAT. Only check the food occasionally. The more you open the hood to peek, the longer it will take to cook. Each time you peek, add 10 minutes to the cooking time.

All of this, was sort of a thumbnail sketch of rotissering food. Search the web for recipes and techniques. You'll be amazed at what's out there.

Hope this helped you. Please let me know and Happy Grilling!!

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Hinge attachment to base & hood


To help you, it will be necessary for you to furnish the Make and Model Number of your grill.
Please advise. Thanks.

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How can i make cake in grill type ovan


Just about any gas grill can be used like an oven. In fact, just about any thing you bake in an oven can be baked on a gas grill using the indirect cooking method.

All you have to do, is preheat the outer burners (one on the right and one on the left). That's assuming you have a 3 or more burner gas grill. to the proper temperature that your recipe calls for. When I say, "preheat", I mean with the grill hood closed. This may take a little longer than what your kitchen oven would. In the meantime, prepare the cake batter according to the recipe's instructions. Once the grill has been heated to the proper temperature. place the cake pans in the middle section of the grill, close the hood and bake the length of time required in your recipe.

Try no to peek to much, as each time you open the grill's hood, you'll lose as much as 20 degrees in temperature. Use time and your nose to determine if the cake layers are done.

All of the above is based on using the grill you listed above. Coleman LG20510E

Happy Grilling!

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If it's windy outside when this happens, the wind is blowing the infrared burner out. Especially if the hood of the grill is open. The Rotisserie should only be used with the hood closed.

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The grill hood open so far that i can not reach it


you could try drilling a small hole in the lid and the bottom casting and get a piece of chain to bolt into the holes and keep it as short as you would want the lid to open. hope this helps.

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