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richjones37

03:41PM | 06/08/11
Member Since: 08/29/06
13 lifetime posts
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I just inherited an old Kenmore Master Flame grill, its my first grill ever. I went out and bought a propane tank, and from what i can tell it works great. But looking under the coking grid, there appears to be very worn down charcoal, its all sitting under the flames coming out of that bar. Are you supposed to put charcoal down in there? if so, how high do you put it?

richjones37

12:26PM | 06/27/11
Member Since: 08/29/06
13 lifetime posts
any ideas?

danielleb

01:05AM | 07/07/11
Member Since: 12/20/10
130 lifetime posts
Isn't that the grease tray? Could they have burned down enough that they just fell through? Some people add charcoal for a diff. flavor. You might give Kenmore a call and see if they have a manual available

Harris59

09:19PM | 08/23/11
Member Since: 07/22/11
28 lifetime posts
yeah, some people do put charcoal down there for that "charcoal" taste.
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