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DOES ANYONE USE THIS MACHINE TO FRY HAMBURGER PATTIES AND IF SO HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO PREPARE
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Can you help us find what part we need to make our bottom plate heat ?
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POWER HAD BEEN SHOCK,NOT HEATING UP GRILL ANYMORE
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Can I get replacement grillplates for this unit?
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DOES ANYONE USE THIS MACHINE TO FRY HAMBURGER PATTIES AND IF SO HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO PREPARE
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panini grill repair zhelp needed
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Can you help us find what part we need to make our bottom plate heat ?
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POWER HAD BEEN SHOCK,NOT HEATING UP GRILL ANYMORE
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Can I get replacement grillplates for this unit?

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Star Manufacturing Pro-Max® 14" Smooth Sandwich Grill

Pro-Max® two-sided grill electric; 14"x 14" fixed lower grill, hinged upper grill; Smooth aluminum grill plates; Thermostatic control is rated from 175° F to 550°; Rear grease receptacle; 14 1/4"H x 19 5/8"W x 24 5/8"D; 1 year parts & labor warranty; UL listed; NOTE: After placing your order you will be contacted to specify the voltage you need
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Big price difference between aluminum and cast iron platens. Is there a significant performance difference?

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Both materials distribute heat well although cast iron retains heat better and will stay warm for a longer period of time. If you are planning on using the grill frequently, I recommend the cast iron. If you are going to be using the grill every once in a while then you should go with the aluminum because it heats up faster. Lastly, cast iron is more durable but requires more maintenance because it can rust if not cared for properly. I have attached the cast iron model (same size as the one above) below if you are interested.
 
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