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Product DescriptionThis heavy-duty skillet uses an 8,000 BTU, fully adjustable tube burner that provides consistent cooking performance for delicious results. Ideal for cooking for a large group, the nonstick 1-1/4" deep cooking surface provides room for thicker foods and helps reduce spatter. Painted steel lid keeps messes to a minimum. Electronic InstaStart ignition eliminates the need for matches. Burns for up to 2-1/2 hours on high using a 16.4-oz. propane cylinder (not included). SA Certified. Weighs 12.4 lbs. 7.1"H x 18.4"W x 13.1"D. Limited lifetime warranty.
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Q:Just bought the Coleman perfect flow instant start skillet.
How does the regulator fit under the pan? We have tried everything. Do you have a picture?
Thank youAsked on 7/5/2012 by Linda from Lakewood, Colorado
Q:What is the Length and Width of this? I'm looking for a rather large one ...just like this type.Asked on 8/18/2009 by newbiej from Berwick, Pa
Q:One review mentioned plastic legs that melted. I just bought one last night and the legs appear to be made of metal, but I'm not sure. Can they really melt?Asked on 6/3/2009 by Anonymous
A:I have owned one of these grills for about 4 years. The legs are plastic but I have no idea how you could melt them off unless you set the grill on a stove or something hot. Also the grill is great other than I am starting to have a problem with sticking.Answered on 6/16/2009 by Battler from Janesville, WI
A:I've had this grill for 4 years, no problem at all with anything melting... except for the plastic spatula used to cook with! (be very careful with Metal utensils.. this is a non-stick grill!)Answered on 6/29/2009 by Crystal from Flint, MI
A:bought one last year used it a lot camping still has legs on itAnswered on 11/5/2009 by tiredpuppy from brantford ontario canada
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