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Old 03-25-2007, 07:46 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Michael in FtW
A gas grill really doesn't have that much to go wrong with it. What's wrong with it ... and brand/model do you have?
Hi Mike,
The brand is Brinkman and the problems are as follows:
This model has 4 separate cast iron burners which have rusted through.
The burner covers have also rusted through.
The porcelain coating on the food grates is flaking off.
Replacement parts are just too darn expensive!

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Old 03-25-2007, 09:35 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by JohnL
Hi Ncage,
Can you tell me what your brother didn't like about his grill?
Lil sis#1 bought her BF one from Costco for Christmas this year and he loves it. It has 3 stainless main burners, 2 infrared burners, (1 under the grates and 1 in the back for rotissorie) and 1 side burner. It looks to be constructed well and he hasn't had any problems yet. But it is new though.
Thanks for your input.
Yep sure can. He comes over and cooks with mine. His has a lot more grill room than mine but the heating area is so uneven. He has to flop everything to different areas of the grill because there are definitly hot spots. He comes over and cooks with mine and he can't believe how even it cooks.

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