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Char-Broil RED 4-Burner Stainless Steel Infrared Dual Fuel Gas Grill

Help barbecue to perfection with the Char-Broil RED Infrared 4-Burner Propane Stainless Steel Grill. This grill utilizes infrared heating that helps sear in flavor, helping to keep foods moist and juicy. The grill features cast-iron, porcelain-coated grates, SureFire electronic ignition and a convenient 13,000 BTU side burner.
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Customer questions and answers for Char-Broil RED 4-Burner Stainless Steel Infrared Dual Fuel Gas Grill

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What is the overall width of the grill, tip to tip?

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MARK
CANBY, MN
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May 17, 2012
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Charbroil
May 17, 2012
This grill is 61.5 inches in width. Please follow this link for more information... http://www.charbroil.com/redr-580-4-burner-infrared-grill.html
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IronChef
NC
May 21, 2012
67 inches
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Why does #202525445 still has same price for last 3 months when ad says "new lower price"? Also, why doesn't it have free shipping? Summer over, tim

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Scott
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September 19, 2011
Summer season over, time to discount grills. Or why not include gas conversion and cover in price?
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Charbroil
September 22, 2011
The Buyer will have to make the decisions on what items will be at lower price and the free shipping.
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answer 2
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Bymich515
MIDWEST
October 2, 2011
Just buy it, you won't be sorry..... I like a sale item too. I am glad i spent the $500.00 on it. I think you may have missed the free shipping.
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Daddy
New Orleans
January 2, 2012
This grill is $299 in the stores. Great value.
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RedFan
January 10, 2012
Try adding it to your cart. When I bought mine it was $100 less than the price shown once it hit the cart. This may be a HD glitch. Good luck.
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What is best type of grill cleaning brush on porcelain coated grill grates - steel, copper,etc?

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LJ
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September 20, 2011
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HD 116
www.community.homedepot.com
September 21, 2011
Greetings LJ,

My name is Tom, known as HD116 at Home Depot's How to Community found at the site above. I saw your question, and am quite familiar with the Red series grills from Charbroil.

The answer to your question is Copper, but my experience has been that the porcelain coated cast griddles that are featured in the Red Grill will hold up to steel. I have the same griddles on my Charbroil Commercial Series grill that is now over 6 years old and have used a "Brush Hawg" stainless steel brush on it for all six years and have had no issue. It is a very stiff steel brush. My experience with copper brushes is that the bristles break and end up in your food.

Hope that helps.
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Daddy
New Orleans
January 2, 2012
Wood handle - will not melt - with brass brush.
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answer 3
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Charbroil
November 14, 2011
To best clean your grill I would recommend the Char-Broil Brush Hawg Grill Brush. This is model # 2485049P. The Brush Hawg has stainless steel bristles and the heads can easily be removed to assist with cleaning or replacement. For more information on cleaning your grill please follow this link... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8jtZ62hukA
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RedFan
columbia, sc
January 10, 2012
Charbroil makes a brush for this grill. The Brush Hawg.
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How does this handle the grease that drips down on the burner covers?

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Doug
Ruston, La.
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October 13, 2011
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Charbroil
October 19, 2011
Char-Broil uses a "U" Trough shape emitter. The gas burner heats the "U" the grease that drips down on the "U" Trough prevent it from falling on the burner covers. The "U" Trough is easy to clean.
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Yunn
June 5, 2012
The grease will pool, but the non-stick inserts are very easy to remove and clean. If you use the self cleaning option, most if it will turn to dust and brush away. Hope this helps.
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Daddy
New Orleans
January 2, 2012
Burns right off on "Clean" mode.
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answer 4
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VagabondSteve
Deerfield Beach, FL, USA
December 7, 2011
Drippings are vaporized in the trough (a bowl like piece that completely covers the burners). The trough emits infrared heat, and the hot air of the burner is vented out the back of the grill. So there are no "burner covers" in the traditional sense on the RED models. BUT, the troughs don't last long and will rust out.
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RedFan
columbia, sc
January 10, 2012
It burns it off instantly. The trough covers the burners and it gets very hot. If you use a lot of marinade or fatty meat the drippings may pool up in the bottom of the trough and turn to ash. This gives your meat that charcoal flavor that so many folks like but can also make cleanup a little harder. To clean it, you turn the knobs to clean for about 10 - 15 minutes and burn everything off. After it cools but is still warm to the touch, run a brush Hawg over everything and dump the ash. This takes less than 5 minutes! Then about every three to four times you use the grill, wipe the trough down with peanut oil before you preheat it and you will not have a hard time cleaning up.
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