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  • The problem is that the upper grill shelf is too close to the lower grill surface, making it somewhat difficult to turn burgers that are under the shelf

    • by Sheryl Jester
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      My old grill finally decided to die, so I had my husband go to WalMart for a new one. He bought a Char-Broil brand grill, already assembled, complete with propane tank.

      The grill body is very well built, and the lid handle is easy to open and close without getting too close to the hot


      metal of the lid.

      The grill has a main grill surface, and also has an upper grill “shelf” that is good for holding cooked items warm while continuing to cook on the main surface.

      The problem is that the upper grill shelf is too close to the lower grill surface, making it somewhat difficult to ...


      • turn burgers that are under the shelf.

        The unit also has a side burner and small shelf, allowing for the use of one cooking pot while you are also grilling.

        In addition, there is a large shelf on the right side of the grill for plates, condiments or whatever you need.

        This shelf also has

        places to hang your cooking spatula, forks, or tongs.

        The grill is fairly light, and the larger than average diameter wheels on one side do make for easy moving of the grill around the yard.

        All in all, for only $139 this grill performs well, and is a very good value when compared to higher priced units.




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