Rated 1 out of
Plastic Leg Caps Melt AwayThis Char-Broil product is cheaply designed with plastic leg caps that simply melt away, with a WONDERFUL plastic burning smell, and within a year you will see major rust on the back and bottom parts. The charcoal grate warps down due to the heat, the handles loosen and need to be re-tightened regularly, and one of the top cover vents sticks in position, basically rendering it useless. Imagine a grill like this, with none of these problems for twice the price... sorry, won't happen... So you can replace the leg caps for $24 and watch them melt again. Mmmmmm.
Date published: 2015-11-10
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Does the wheel screw into this
Asked by: Barr
This leg end cap fits a tabletop grill. A wheel does not attach to it.
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