I bought this about a year ago, love it. But the inside knob broke off, so we can not hang the lid on the side of the grill. No replacement part for this. It washes up great, takes awhile to heat up though. I love it for camping, plug into Our Motor home, don't have to worry about hot coals to get rid of before we leave.
I have burned out three power cords on the indoor-outdoor grill. Does anyone have any suggestions?
Stop misleading costumers. this is not GGR50B model. The George Foreman you sent me is model GFO240S. I submit a return request and 2shop cant even answer me back. Sear are not helping either so I'm stuck with the grill in its box that I'm not going to use it.
Being a creature of convenience, I really don't like messing with charcoal or propane. This grill is the perfect alternative for me. On a sunny day, I move it outside to a small patio area I set up. On a rainy day, just as convenient inside the kitchen. Burgers and Brats is what I have grilled so far and they turned out juicy and delicious.
I would have gave it five stars if it wasn't for the single pole stand, which is rickety and wobbly. I removed it completely and use a 3 tier metal stand on wheels. Now I have space for the grill and accessories - spices/rubs, grill utensils, serving plates, etc....and I can easily roll out the whole ensemble to the patio. But the grill itself is easily a five star.
I've used my new grill several times and love it's capabilities. However it leaks grease from somewhere on the bottom. I looked and found the drip tray in the correct place. Any ideas on how to stop this?
I cannot say enough good things about the 240. It is just great! I think it produces a better steak than gas or charcoal. The only reason I can think of it that perhaps the surface of the electric grill is lower than that on gas/charcoal, and it is harder to overcook steak. I absolutely love this grill.
I love this grill. I can cook in the house and not worry about flies/bugs. I use it 5 days out of 7. It's so easy to clean up after each use.