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anyone buy a grill lately?

ualtim

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Can you use the gas portion to light the charcoal side?
 

VtDivot

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I have a Vermont Castings... nice grill. Very solid. Ceramic, Cast Iron etc.

$500 at the BORG
 

shankexpert

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Barbeques Galore - Capt'n Cook

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Bought an earlier version of this grill a couple of years ago. It has performed well until recently when the strength of the flames on two of the burners has decreased considerably. I'm thinking some junk got into the fuel lines and they need to be flushed out or something.

I'm sure there are cheaper grills out there with similar performance, but these guys are close to my house and I was in a pinch when I bought it.
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DaveE

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Barbeques Galore - Capt'n Cook

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Bought an earlier version of this grill a couple of years ago. It has performed well until recently when the strength of the flames on two of the burners has decreased considerably. I'm thinking some junk got into the fuel lines and they need to be flushed out or something.

I'm sure there are cheaper grills out there with similar performance, but these guys are close to my house and I was in a pinch when I bought it.

I have an even earlier version (about 10 years old) of their grill and it's worked out well. I've rebuilt it once but had no problem getting the parts. Old and ugly but works great.

If you have the cast iron burners, those need to be cleaned with a piece of wire from time to time. If you've lost power on the ones you use most often that might be it.

Regarding gas vs. charcoal, I have to have both. Charcoal is better when I have time but gas is more convenient during the week.
 

shankexpert

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I have an even earlier version (about 10 years old) of their grill and it's worked out well. I've rebuilt it once but had no problem getting the parts. Old and ugly but works great.

If you have the cast iron burners, those need to be cleaned with a piece of wire from time to time. If you've lost power on the ones you use most often that might be it.

Regarding gas vs. charcoal, I have to have both. Charcoal is better when I have time but gas is more convenient during the week.

Thanks for the suggestion - I will definitely try that out!
 

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