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Lynx L600PS Sedona 36-Inch Built-In Propane Gas Grill with Pro Sear Burner
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- Two Stainless Steel burner and one Pro Sear Burner (total 69,000 BTUs); 891-sq.-in. cooking surface (618 primary, 273 secondary)
- Time tested spark ignition system with battery backup;Control illumination with blue LEDs;Halogen grill surface light
- Temperature gauge;Fluid rotation handle;Lynx Hood Assist Kit
- Stainless steel grilling grates;Ceramic Briquettes facilitate even radiant heat distribution
- Welded construction eliminates gaps where grease and moisture can collect
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|Item Dimensions||33.5 x 41 x 30 inches|
|Shipping Weight||187 pounds|
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Made of stainless steel, Lynx products have become known as the "world's greatest grills." The Lynx family of products has expanded to keep pace with the outdoor living trend. To help consumers create the luxurious outdoor kitchen of their dreams, Lynx has introduced a line of additional products built for durability and performance - and all with the company's trademark sleek stainless steel look. Experience premium performance and extraordinary value in this top quality grill from Sedona by Lynx. The 36-inch grill has one Pro Sear burner and two stainless steel tube burners with a total of 69,000 BTUs. The Pro Sear burner uses infrared technology to sear meat to perfection or turn the burner on low for delicate seafood. Easily light the grill using the time tested spark ignition system with a battery backup for a reliable start every time. The ceramic briquettes click into place over the burners and distribute heat evenly across the grilling surface. The grill features stainless steel cooking grates with 618 square-Inches of main cooking area and 273 square-Inches of warming area, for a total of 891 square-Inches. The Lynx L600PS propane gas built-in grill is made of thick gauge 201 stainless steel using continuous welded construction to eliminate gaps where grease and moisture can collect. The fluid rotation handle and hood assist kit help you lift the hood of the grill easily with just a finger. Blue LED control panel lights and internal halogen lights make grilling at night a snap. Bring the power and performance of Lynx innovation to your outdoor grilling with the Sedona by Lynx grill.
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Ignore the review from Elson about their repair people. They could have called Lynx grills, given the ID from grill and gotten referred to proper repair people or dorections on how to repair themselves. The vompany is nothing but over helpful and support their products.
When I called Absolute Repair I was given the runaround; the technicians aren't there, the manager isn't available, etc. I just wanted to bring the grill in and have it serviced but was told I can't do that. Ultimately I was told by the completely un-helpful girl that answers their phone that she would have the manager call me back. She took my name and phone number and said it would be just a couple minutes.
Two hours later I hadn't received any call, so I called back. Of course the same useless receptionist answered my call. Somehow magically she had "just spoke" with her manager and told me they can't fix anything that has to do with plumbing. This comment meant absolutely nothing to me. Grills have plumbing? Since I've never owned a grill like this I told her I had no idea what she was talking about and if there are plumbing parts in this grill I had no idea what they were. And, of course, the manager this whole time just didn't have the time to get on the phone and help a potential customer out. So I was stuck with this girl who obviously had more important things to do than perhaps attract a customer. Then the girl told me she could send someone out for a service visit to see what, if anything, they could do. Finally something she said seemed to be solution-oriented.
$155. That's how much she told me I would be charged for someone to come over. $155. That's one hundred and fifty-five dollars. Just to take a look. 5 minutes away.
I explained that I'd rather just bring it by and have someone look at it. Nope. Not allowed. I have to pay $155. I asked if $155 is what it really costs someone five minutes from my house to drop by and look at my grill for two minutes. Her answer was "yes" and that's when I told her "no", gas doesn't cost that much. Then she did all that her obviously limited skillset would allow her to do; she hung up on me.
So this is who Lynx Grills referred me to. I can't figure out if I'm more angry at the mismanagement and flawed business model that is Absolute Repair Inc. or if I'm more pissed off at Lynx Grills for putting me through this. Does Lynx Grills do no vetting of their service providers? Is this type of treatment and lack of service okay with Lynx Grills? Meanwhile I have a Lynx grill that probably cost over $6000 and I can't get someone to offer any type of help.
In my company, we bend over backwards to take care of customers. We have 111 years of reputation to defend and promote. We do what is right and we make sure we never leave a customer unsatisfied. Sadly, it seems Absolute Repair Inc. doesn't have this same approach, and Lynx Grilles either doesn't know or doesn't care.