I have a FGranklin Chef stand alone electric roasting grill; the motor has stopped. I have disconnected the motor from the circuit board and mesured continuity accross the leads; it measures open circuit. I presume the motor is finished. My question is, whwre can I find a replacement moitor AM-06 5/6RPM, CW/CCW, AC 110V-120V, 50/60Hz, 4W, made by ANN YIH PRECISE INDUSTRY CO. LTD
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The grill is not heating because the heating element of the grill is either defective, or there is a disconnection of wires connected to the heating element. Heat coming from the grill can melt the wire if it is close to it. But if problem is not from the wire, then the heating element is defective and needs replacement.
First, have the wires checked to make sure it's not disconnected. Also, check other parts to make sure there are intact.
Get a screw driver, disassemble the grill, check the wires connected to the heating element. If wires are intact, then you need to replace the heating element.
If you cannot perform the above task, then you might be needing the help of a repairman or you can call a family or friend that has the ability to help you out. I wish you the best of luck.
use an actual oven, trust me.
soften a stick of butter and mix into it about a 1/4 tsp of white pepper, 1/4 tsp of paprika, a tsp of garlic powder, 1/4 tsp of salt, 1/4 tsp of celery seed and small palm full of minced up sage or tarragon or rosemary. spread the mixture with your hands on the inside of the bird, under the skin and on top, with a dash of extra salt on top of the skin to get it extra crispy. freeze any unused butter to use for next time.
stuff the cavity of the bird with a roughly chopped onion, carrot, celery and smashed garlic(optional). put it in a roasting pan and roast the ****** in the oven at 500 for 50minutes to an hour. check the temp of the leg and make sure its 160.
after you take out the chicken, let it rest for 15minutes before cutting it up so that it re-absorbes all the juices.
optional gravy part: pour the drippings into a pan along with about a cup of chicken broth and a cup of white wine, a couple pinches of whichever herb you used in the rub and some of the roasted garlic and let it simmer down and reduce by half. serve it along side the chicken or on some mashed potatoes.
when speaking to a friend about the missing user manual, she mentioned another friend who she thought had the same grill as I have. When further enquiries made,we found this person did have one and is sending me a copy of the manual. . I still have not solved the meat thermometer problem., but I am sure I will be able to buy something suitable , somewhere
Depends on what you're looking for help for. Usually, I would recommend contacting the manufacturer--they can help you out with getting a manual, and can even give you some tips on how to use your product that might NOT be in the manual ;) Their phone number (according to their website, www.georgeforemancooking.com ) is 800-231-9786