Member's Mark Gas Grill - Part 2 (continued discussion)
Hello, fellow Members Mark grill owners and prospective owners.
Due to the popularity for exchanging information on the MemberÂs Mark gas grill from SamÂs Club, we have managed to reach the maximum number of posting on yet another tread here in this forum. So, in hopes of keeping this topic alive I have started this new thread and included some links to much of our past information so it can still be found.
First however, I would like to give credit to Ladd Morse who got everything started back in November 1999 with his original posting. Since then, with the growing number of new owners of this great grill, we have managed to not only max out the numbers of postings on his original thread, but we have reached the maximum number of postings on a second tread as well.
Please continue our discussions in this thread....
To help preserve our past information I have posted links to some of our past threads, rather then trying to copy them all into a single posting here. Hopefully this could help out when looking up past information.
The following links are to past and current posting related to the $599 MemberÂs Mark gas grill from SamÂs Club.
The latest thread was started on Nov. 27, 2001 until Apr. 11, 2002 when it reached its 100-post limit. This thread contains several topics from cooking tips, cleaning, assembly, how to contact the manufacture, warranty issues, accessories available, NG conversion, using the rotisserie and inferred burned, and much more.
The following thread mainly covers converting the MemberÂs Mark grill from LP to Natural Gas.
This is the original post from Ladd that started it all. ItÂs 266 posting strong, before they started the 100-post limit on thread. Lots of good information on the earlier version of the grill when is was called ÂBakers & ChefsÂ and on into the MemberÂs Mark series.
This link was started by egkor who copied all the information from the original post listed above, plus over 40 new postings. Note that since egkor copied all 266 posting from the original thread into a single posting at the start of this thread, download time can take some time unless you have a fast connection.
There are several other thread on the MemberÂs Mark grill in this forum as well, which also have some good information too. But the links listed above have been the most active over the years.
Happy grilling everyone, and letÂs keep the discussions going........