Char-Broil 4-Burner 48,000 BTU Gas Grill, with Side burner
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- 480 square inches of primary cooking area and 205 secondary warming rack
- 4 stainless steel burners/48,000 BTU's and 10,000 BTU Side burner
- Porcelain stamped steel primary cooking grate and porcelain coated warming rack
- Stainless Steel insert lid with black porcelain steel control panel and fascia's
- Electronic ignition; please reference owner's manual for proper care instructions
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|Item Dimensions||44.49 x 56.3 x 22.83 inches|
|Shipping Weight||93.5 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
It has four burners so you can adjust your heat (using one, two, three or four burners) easily. I found that using just the two center burners on low works best for me. I also like that fact what the grills are close together so meat can't fall down into the fire box. I read one review that said they had that problem with it, but I tried to put a frozen patty between the grills and it's just not happenin'. They must have had really thin meat! The electronic igniter is also a good feature. But I'm sure like all gas grills, this will go out first.
The burners as well as the fire box are stainless steel so they will last longer that other metals. You should still cover it up during the winter months.
I originally planned to get a smaller grill that but after looking at grills online and locally for four months, I realized that for only $50 extra, I could get a larger grill that would be great for cookouts.
That was why I chose the Char Broil T480 4-Burner 48,000 BTU Gas Grill, with Sideburner, model 463440109. I also liked that I could order it from Amazon using my Amazon Prime shipping and have it delivered directly to my home. Buying the grill locally would have been a challenge as I wasn't sure I could fit one in my car and although I have a friend with a truck, he lives an hour away from me.
I have to admit, when the grill arrived and I unboxed it, I was a little daunted at how many pieces there were to assemble, but I've put together my entertainment center, bookcases, desk and more and have found that as long as the instructions are good, I have been able to do all of it by myself. Often, I find assembly instructions list the tools you will need to have handy at the beginning, which I find very helpful so I can make sure I have everything I need before I begin work. Char Broil did not provide this handy information, which disappointed me. However, I can say now that the only tool I needed was a screwdriver, although I found my FLASHLIGHT handy when working with the screws underneath the grill.
One of the first steps is setting up the legs with the bottom shelf and the middle wire shelf.Read more ›
The grill has operated pretty well so far (I have had mine for ~18 months) and Char Broil makes pretty good quality equipment. The heating is pretty even and there do not seem to be any "hot" or "cold" spots after it has been given a few minutes to warm up.
My largest concern is that the grill has to be thoroughly cleaned after every use or it will start to rust up. The grill grates on mine started to rust after 7 months or so and it has been kind of a pain to upkeep ever since. This extra maintenance makes weekday grilling a bit more of a chore and a little less enjoyable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are still being sold at Big Lots. It is a terrible grill. I have had mine for 2 years and the burners are almost completely rotted out. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Robert Freeman
Distribution manifold rusted through very first season. To replace this part, you must buy the regulator and hose also which are not needed. About 80 bucks. More Chinese junk.Published 12 months ago by glenn
i hate this grill...it's supposed to be 48000 btu, but it cooks more like it's 20,000. terrible trying to get it and keep it hot... Read morePublished 15 months ago by mike gilmor
We have had this now about a year and the paint is already flaking off and the inside has to be cleaned alot. I had a char broil years ago and it never did that. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Nancy Mazetta