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jeffrackmo

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Q140 Electric - Pros-Cons?
« on: December 04, 2017, 04:33:58 AM »
Hey ya'll!!

I picked up a FREE Q140 (1400) electric Grill yesterday.  Its intended as a Xmas Gift for a buddy of mine that cant have Charcoal OR LP grills at his Condo (I know.. Ludicrous right???).  Now maybe he can invite ME for some que'd goodness!!!!  :)

It was used ONCE.. The bowl was wrapped in HD Foil as well as the grease pan.   I literally peeled the Foil wrappings off and it is basically new!!  Rinsed it off with Dawn and a sponge and its looks NEW to me!!!

I am picking up a used Q220 LP and Cart for 25.00 today and a full cover for 15.00.  Mainly for the Cart. 

Good and bad points welcome!!

TIA!!!

Jeff(rackmo)

Lets just say I have acquired a few Kettles.  Big and small.   Vintage and New...  Some say I have a problem.  I find the Kettle, buy the Kettle, USE the Kettle...No problem...

addicted-to-smoke

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Re: Q140 Electric - Pros-Cons?
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2017, 07:00:43 AM »
I've read that it's the best electric grill, but don't think that's saying much ... but also think that's irrelevant if that's all he can use.

I've also read it's a better machine than the Q2400 because they have the same wattage rating, which means the larger one can't get as hot.

It'll be good, crank it and grill.
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guitarfish

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Re: Q140 Electric - Pros-Cons?
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2017, 04:47:23 AM »
Try to use it on a dedicated 20 amp circuit if possible. If he needs to use an extension cord, keep it as short as possible and 12 gauge only. A smoker box or foil pack with chips well go a long way as far as flavor goes.
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