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Posted 18 October 2010 - 12:57 AM

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Brand New 4 burner GE Monogram Gas Stove with IR ceremic grill in the middle
my best friend chose this option on his grill as he thought he would never have the use for a 6 burner

anyway he never used it as he knows that its hard to keep clean and he was hoping the TEC glass would be a perfect fit

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after bugging me for weeks to bring the Cherokee over
we tried the glass and its a perfect fit


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Glass looks pretty good under the cooking grates


now were were able to hit some crazy numbers on the hand help temprature gage before
will post more detail tomorrow - to be able to pour marinade over the Glass and Not mess up the Ceremic IR Burner will be a big Plus
also to scrape off the residue and vacum it up - its like brownie crumbs - soo easy

the grass seems to sit perfectly and anything dripping to the side will fall to the drip tray
TEC Cherokee FR - NOT LIKE ANY OTHER IR GRILL!!!
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Broil-Mate 2 burner Cast Iron-Briquettes-HOT=800 degrees-OLD- still mint
Mini Briefcase Style Mexican Charcoal Grill - Cancun Walmart 230Pesos
Weber Smokey Mountain 18.5in Last yr of Wooden Handle 1998

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Posted 18 October 2010 - 08:08 AM

View Postjuliancanada, on Oct 18 2010, 01:57 AM, said:

Attachment DSCF2989.JPG

Brand New 4 burner GE Monogram Gas Stove with IR ceremic grill in the middle
my best friend chose this option on his grill as he thought he would never have the use for a 6 burner

after bugging me for weeks to bring the Cherokee over
we tried the glass and its a perfect fit

Attachment DSCF2990.JPG

now were were able to hit some crazy numbers on the hand help temprature gage before
will post more detail tomorrow - to be able to pour marinade over the Glass and Not mess up the Ceremic IR Burner will be a big Plus
also to scrape off the residue and vacum it up - its like brownie crumbs - soo easy

the grass seems to sit perfectly and anything dripping to the side will fall to the drip tray


keep in mind the replacement cost of the ceramic ir burner on the GE is $236.25 if it cracks :)

TEC might have had good reasons to develope the stainless steel plenum burner for the FR series :D
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Posted 18 October 2010 - 10:13 AM

View Postold_grouch, on Oct 18 2010, 09:08 AM, said:

keep in mind the replacement cost of the ceramic ir burner on the GE is $236.25 if it cracks :)

TEC might have had good reasons to develope the stainless steel plenum burner for the FR series :D



do you think it might crack??

i know moisture is not good for their old technology ceremic burners
TEC Cherokee FR - NOT LIKE ANY OTHER IR GRILL!!!
Personalized "lil Chubbzy" 48 Slot Full 304SS Spiedini Charcoal Grill- www.hitekmilan.ca/product.html?id=8
Broil-Mate 2 burner Cast Iron-Briquettes-HOT=800 degrees-OLD- still mint
Mini Briefcase Style Mexican Charcoal Grill - Cancun Walmart 230Pesos
Weber Smokey Mountain 18.5in Last yr of Wooden Handle 1998

Wish List:
(BDS) Big Drum Smoker - Faster, No Water, More Drippin Flavour
Naturally Red Haired Asian Girl
***one might be attainable***
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Posted 18 October 2010 - 10:40 AM

View Postjuliancanada, on Oct 18 2010, 11:13 AM, said:

do you think it might crack??

i know moisture is not good for their old technology ceremic burners


cracking is always a possibility with the ceramic burners butt trapping the heat under the TEC glass may be
just enough to speed up the process
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Posted 18 October 2010 - 10:43 PM

View Postold_grouch, on Oct 18 2010, 11:40 AM, said:

cracking is always a possibility with the ceramic burners butt trapping the heat under the TEC glass may be
just enough to speed up the process


that is what i thought u meant as well

he wants to give it a go
and
if he can hit the temps he might not notice anything
as he cooks as much as he can outdoor

didnt use it today
will post when i do with some feedback
TEC Cherokee FR - NOT LIKE ANY OTHER IR GRILL!!!
Personalized "lil Chubbzy" 48 Slot Full 304SS Spiedini Charcoal Grill- www.hitekmilan.ca/product.html?id=8
Broil-Mate 2 burner Cast Iron-Briquettes-HOT=800 degrees-OLD- still mint
Mini Briefcase Style Mexican Charcoal Grill - Cancun Walmart 230Pesos
Weber Smokey Mountain 18.5in Last yr of Wooden Handle 1998

Wish List:
(BDS) Big Drum Smoker - Faster, No Water, More Drippin Flavour
Naturally Red Haired Asian Girl
***one might be attainable***
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