Need to Replace Natural Gas Grill

Schwim3x6April 15, 2002

I have an 11 year old BroilMaster natural gas grill that I need to replace. It came with the house that I bought three years ago. It's been serviced a few times and currently only the left side ignites. A very reputable dealer/installer (the company that has serviced my current grill) has new BroilMaster grill models (P4GY) for sale for $630 and $730. Installation and removal is extra. They also carry Ducane and Solaire. I'm looking for anyone's two cents on good Natural Gas grills. Thanks.

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As you can probably tell from the number of entries in this newsgroup, there are a lot of fans of the Members Mark Grill available at Sams Club. I am a new owener of this grill and am extremely happy with it. So far I have done rotisserie chicken, burgers, chicken breast and wild turkey on my new grill and this grill does an awesome job. Installation is very easy, and for the money, you can't beat it.

    Bookmark   April 19, 2002 at 12:54PM
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Hollands are either propane or natural, your choice. An orifice change is rquired. So simple, just unscrew one and screw in the other and adjust. Some grills are made such that you can not change them.

    Bookmark   June 6, 2002 at 12:13PM
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