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post #21 of 25
Im in the market for a new gas grill i had my eye on the Brinkmann Medallion 5-Burner Propane Gas Grill in Copper anybody have any opinions on this item or recommend something on the same scale as a 5 burner grill thanks
post #22 of 25

The Brinkmann is alright, pretty average but the materials used are not of the highest quality, prone to get damaged easily. I think for the same category of having 5 burners and under $500 budget, you should take a look at Dyna-Glo 5 Burner gas grill. I think this one will be a better choice for you and it's actually slightly cheaper than the Brinkmann.

post #23 of 25
Dyna glo is new to me im gunna google it right now. Thanks for the input
post #24 of 25
Can anyone answer this for me? I have a chuck wagon 6 burner gas grill, I notice if I use more than 3 burners that the fire goes down, is there a way too install another line for the propane so I can use all 6 burners and still have the high setting option?
post #25 of 25
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Originally Posted by TheeAvenger View Post

Can anyone answer this for me? I have a chuck wagon 6 burner gas grill, I notice if I use more than 3 burners that the fire goes down, is there a way too install another line for the propane so I can use all 6 burners and still have the high setting option?
Have you changed your tank lately? Alot of time the regulator causes this to occur. Most common fix is to disconnect and start grill to bleed lines. Reconnect grill and only turn the tank on a quarter the way. Lite the grill and turn all the burners on. Now you may turn your tank open all the way.
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