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Yes, my husband says it is very easy to remove. So far we are very happy with this grill.
By Mister clear on March 21, 2014
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The only thing extra we had to buy was the actual propane tank. Other than that it came with everything you will need to start grilling. Hope this was helpful.
By Kayla Brinkerhoff on May 16, 2014
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It's a propane grill out of the box, but it can be converted as others have said. Just performed the operation on my new grill and it works great with NG. The orifices need to be drilled to 1/16" to work with NG. I wanted to keep the smaller orifice's so I could convert back to propane if I want so I ordered blank or… see more It's a propane grill out of the box, but it can be converted as others have said. Just performed the operation on my new grill and it works great with NG. The orifices need to be drilled to 1/16" to work with NG. I wanted to keep the smaller orifice's so I could convert back to propane if I want so I ordered blank orifices off the internet and drilled them out to 1/16". There are many websites that explain how to perform the operation. see less It's a propane grill out of the box, but it can be converted as others have said. Just performed the operation on my new grill and it works great with NG. The orifices need to be drilled to 1/16" to work with NG. I wanted to keep the smaller orifice's so I could convert back to propane if I want so I ordered blank orifices off the internet and drilled them out to 1/16". There are many websites that explain how to perform the operation.
By Edward P. on June 27, 2016
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Yes,get a char broil cover to keep the weather off and it will keep it in good condition longer.
By Amazon Customer on June 20, 2016
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No it doesn't come assemled. However, it was very easy to put together.
By Janice R. Heale on March 27, 2014
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Both. The main burners, of which there are 4, run front to back. They are connected together fore and aft by burners that run side to side. It is the hottest temperature-wise grill I have ever owned (about 12 grills).
By John Michael Timms on February 9, 2014
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The lid over hangs the grill area - slightly.
So, just measuring the lid width - it's about 29 inches.
The width where the wings attach is slightly less ~ 28 1/2 inches.

By Gadget-Guy on November 18, 2013
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I tend to use kitchen detergent and water, then finish with a light coat of a mineral oil based stainless steel cleaner. I also cover my grill when it not in use and try to wipe down any spills. I have had it about a year and it still looks pretty good other than a bit of dust that I just wipe down with a cloth. I beli… see more I tend to use kitchen detergent and water, then finish with a light coat of a mineral oil based stainless steel cleaner. I also cover my grill when it not in use and try to wipe down any spills. I have had it about a year and it still looks pretty good other than a bit of dust that I just wipe down with a cloth. I believe with stainless steel if you use anything abrasive it can leave scratches, so abrasive scrub pads, stainless steel, even comet cleaner. see less I tend to use kitchen detergent and water, then finish with a light coat of a mineral oil based stainless steel cleaner. I also cover my grill when it not in use and try to wipe down any spills. I have had it about a year and it still looks pretty good other than a bit of dust that I just wipe down with a cloth. I believe with stainless steel if you use anything abrasive it can leave scratches, so abrasive scrub pads, stainless steel, even comet cleaner.
By Trevor W on April 1, 2016
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Charbroil Classic 480
By S. Mallory on May 16, 2014
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Yes it does, but get a cover for it.
By Steve Merena on June 30, 2015