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This grill does not have cabinet doors in the front, just a metal plate. That means that replacing the propane tank or accessing the gris pan to clean it has to be done from the back of the grill which is not always easily accessible, depending on where the grill is positioned. See More
I researched budget grills for a few weeks and this one kept popping up in every review I read so I got it. Assembly wasn't too hard or long but the instructions were a bit confusing to find the right parts in some cases. It does have a youtube video that shows the whole thing so not really a problem. After moving from an apartment to a house with a backyard my wife and I had a house warming party with 35 friends and this grill handled it like a champ!! We had roasted veggies, sausages, BBQ chicken, home made kebabs and steaks and everything was cooked perfectly! The grill got really hot pretty fast and all in all it was a great experience and I'm super happy with it so far. *I bought the 5 burner version of this grill (normally $300 but was on sale for $100) but since the only difference is the size I figured I'd recommend this one here. See More
The porcelain coating of the grates can be chipped pretty easily if cleaning not so carefully or using the wrong cooking/cleaning tools. Once the coating is chipped water can get to the cast iron and then it would rust real fast and will need to be replaced. See More
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