Blaze Premium LTE 30-Inch Built-In Propane Gas Griddle With Lights - BLZ-GRIDDLE-LTE-LP
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Blaze griddles have a lifetime warranty that warrants against any defects in the manufacturing and workmanship of the control valves, cooking surface, stainless steel housing, stainless steel burners, cart and all other stainless steel components. All electrical and ignition components are covered for one (1) year after the date of purchase. Griddles must be registered within thirty days for the warranty to apply. Labor not included.

Refer to manufacturer's manual for full warranty details.

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George
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I would buy again
Love the grill, wish it would have come with a gas line.
 

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TOL
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I would buy this Griddle again.
NIce and clean look.
 

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Dave
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Wonderful
Love this griddle! Heats up fast and easy to clean!
 

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Dorothy
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Great quality griddle.
Great quality. Just installed it, but have not used it. By the was Dawn our sales rep went above and beyond. Amazing customer service.
 

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Ed
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i would definitely buy this again!
this griddle is GREAT! he is cooking almost every meal on the weekend on it. I really love it! :)
 

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Carl
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I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT
I LOVE THIS GRIDDLE!!! BEEN USING IT EVERY NIGHT FROM HAMBURGERS TO CHICKEN FRIED RICE. SUNDAY BREAKFAST HAS NEVER BEEN BETTER! GET ONE OF THESE AND YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED!!!!
 

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Samuel
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One of the Excellent focal point of my outdoor Kitchen. The griddle is made of quality Material, it cooks very Evenly across to grill. I took the advice of one the other reviewer about Rain water getting in the Grease pan and made it part of my bar that's under my Pavilion. I haven experience any rain water getting in it. I would highly recommend this unit.
 

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Thomas
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Best value for the $$$$
Works great! I cooked on a flat-top in college. Always wanted to have one. Does everything I need. We use it for breakfast/lunch/dinner.
 

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Craig
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Looks good in the outdoor kitchen.
Just installed tonight into a finished backyard kitchen. So far, so good. Great shipping and delivery. More to follow.
 

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sbfdfire
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Great Customer Service!
 

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Questions & Answers (8)

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Question:
Can I put a pot or pan on the griddle to cook a sauce or beans?
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I would not. This is why you should have a side-burner. A flat top should be for cooking only. Just my thoughts.

Asked by PJAnswered by floydml72

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I have, but I prefer the pot on the grill. Clay

Asked by PJAnswered by claydirt_1999

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How does this product hold up outdoors?
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We have had great luck! We cover it in the winter time but leave it exposed during the summer.

Asked by NoskeeAnswered by jerry

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I have been using this griddle outside for a year. It is holding up very well and cooks perfectly without any uneven spots. Even through many storms, it fires up every time and I haven't had any issues lighting it. Highly recommend this one! Joe

Asked by NoskeeAnswered by jkerns

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I Have had mine for about 1-1/2 years it is under a covered patio but when it rains it gets wet when the wind blows it into the patio, the cover helps. I use it about 4 times a week so it's well used. Clean it after each use let it cool and cover it when not used, heat it up wipe lightly with oil and your ready..

Asked by NoskeeAnswered by curtis3062

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My griddle is covered under a pavilion but the quality of this product is amazing. Cleans up well and withstands the elements fairly easily. 

Asked by NoskeeAnswered by chris

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I do not see a steel jacket for this 30" griddle nor a hard cover to protect the griddle when not in use. Please advise.
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Hi Jan. A stainless steel lid is included. This is the insulated jacket you'll need: www.bbqguys.com/blaze/insulated-jacket-for-30-inch-gas-griddles-blz-griddle-ij

Asked by JanAnswered by Joey, BBQGuys Expert

 
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Hi! I just recieved my grill and have it set up but was wondering the best way to season the grill. We have tried a few ways using oil but the food is getting stuck on the grill still. Just looking for any advice on this grill since it may require a different seasoning process being stainless steel.
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Hi Billy, I just purchased this grill last year and love it. There really is no set seasoning process it's all a learning curve with your heat setting and cleaning. In my opinion the seasoning process is cleaning it properly. The best way to keep food from sticking is start out with the grill at low heat, when you let your friends take over and they don't keep the heat down or turn the food with a heavy duty spatula, food tends tends to get stuck and burn. Remember these are not Teflon surfaces. Knowing how to clean the grill will make it better each time you use it. How I clean my grill after a bad day of cooking I fall back on how we cleaned them at the fire department as we have the stainless steel Wolf oven grills. You need to get a grill block a heavy duty spatula and a scrubble which is a stainless steel premium heavy duty pot scrubber, these tend to work good in the corners. To start, i turn the grill on low heat and make sure all the food is removed. Use an old kitchen towel and pour a cup or so of warm water into the grill and use the towel to clean the surface. When the grill is cleaned up in the corners, you use the grill block with vegetable oil and scrape forward to back on the grill, that will remove all of the particles. Vegetable oil works best when cleaning the grill olive oil tends to be a little thicker and makes things stick and gum up . Continue until the grill is back to original status. Clean up after several passes. When all clean I use a cheap lemon juice to bring back to original color. Lightly cover with vegetable oil when finished. Each time you use the grill it needs to be cleaned thoroughly or food will always stick. My way may not be the easiest try to look on youtube. Don't be alarmed with the fine scratches the grill block makes it does not hurt the surface. Cheers! Shirley

Asked by BillyAnswered by shirleyallen

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I've actually not used mine yet but in the past with Restruarnt work you use a high temperature cooking oil after you wipe down the griddle. Do not use soap. Bring temp up to 375 to 400 degrees with a lite coat of cooking oil covering it. Let set for 5-10 minutes then turn off. After cooling wipe down. You may have to do this as you see food sticking. It is not a once and done event. Thanks Mike James

Asked by BillyAnswered by mwjames222

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Hi there, First off, I always get the best non-stick results after a good cleaning with a grill pad and mesh and I find the more we use our flattop, the fewer issues we have with sticking. Not sure if I'm understanding it's nuances better or if it's getting more seasoned with time and use, probably a little of both. It did take some practice to get the ratio of flame (heat) to oil correct based on what we're cooking. A good example of this was omelettes; I found it was critically important to lay a liberal amount of cooking oil down before spreading the egg across a bed of low heat. Even then, sometimes I lose the first one if I don't get the ratio just right as it can stick something fierce, especially if the heat (or preheat) is too high. And one tip, I've learned not to preheat on high, then turn down to cook. It makes it far too unpredictable in terms of actual cooking temp. This is when I've had some of the more frustrating cooking experiences including excess sticking, of course. These days I strive to set the flame where we want it, let it heat to that point, and just leave it there until cooking. Much more predictable results. You can always raise the temp if needed once you see how the food reacts to the heat and the griddle top. Hope this helps a little and I hope you enjoy your griddle. We love ours! Thanks, Scott

Asked by BillyAnswered by scottmclaughlin739

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Hi there and thanks for your time. Curious to see if this needs to be covered from above (ex. awning, canopy, etc.) to protect against elements (ex. rain, snow) or if it's ok to keep out in the open as a part of a built-in kitchen in a deck which gets full sun?
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Hi there! When in use, it cannot be covered by awning or canopy due to the heat it puts off that rises. But also it should be protected from adverse weather and wind. See manual for more details. Give us a call at 877-743-2269 if you have any further questions! Manual: cdn.shocho.co/sc-specsheets/Blaze-Griddle-LTE-User-Manual-04-2019.pdf

Asked by BSEAnswered by Tiffany

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Hi, Would you be able to install a blaze trash bin under neath the griddle. Don't have a ton of space in the kitchen i am designing, but would love one of these!
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Hi Kenny! It would not be recommended to install a trash bin underneath the grill.

Asked by KennyMakAnswered by Tiffany

 
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Hello, I have the blaze gas griddle and was wondering about using a grill brick on the surface. In most of my research it shows that these bricks are made for stainless flat tops and work well on them. I just wanted to make sure this was a proper way to clean them after use without causing damage to the cooking surface? thanks,
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Hi Matt! A grill brick will work well for cleaning any flat top grill. If you look at page 28 in the owner's manual listed on this page in the Manufacturer's Downloads section, you'll see that it explains how to clean the grill. This manual will also come with every purchase of this grill.

Asked by MattAnswered by Hunter

 
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What is the thickness of the cook top?
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Hi Ronnie! The cook top is 1/2 Inch thick plus the cross bracing below.

Asked by RonnieAnswered by Hunter

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I saw a question about an insulated jacket. Is this something you need to purchase? What is it's function?
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Hi Chris! The insulated jacket is very important if you are building this grill into an island/counter made of any combustible material. You would first install an insulated jacket and then the grill. This is the insulated jacket you would need to this Blaze 30-inch Griddle: www.bbqguys.com/blaze-outdoor-products/insulated-jacket-for-30-inch-gas-griddles-blz-griddle-ij . Hope this helps!

Asked by ChrisAnswered by Tiffany

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Does the BLZ-Griddle-LTE-NG require any external power source? Do you have to plug it in to an electrical outlet?
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Hello. This griddle would work without electricity except for the lights.

Asked by TmillhouseAnswered by Joey

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Question:
I was just wondering about cleaning the flat top using a flat top cleaning brick? After much research, they seem to be a very useful way to clean them using water on the hot surface and the brick. I just wanted to make sure that was a good way to do it and that they would not damage the cooking surface? thanks,
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Hi Matt! A flat top cleaning brick is a great way for cleaning off your flat top surface, with no damage caused from the cleaning.

Asked by MattAnswered by Hunter

 
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What is the best way to clean this after you are done cooking?
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Hi Zac! There are a few methods you can use to clean your grill. Once the grill has cooled, you may use a mixed solution of water and vinegar and a scotch brite pad (working in the same direction as the stainless steel grain) to remove the cooked-in food. Take a look at the Use & Care Guide listed toward the bottom of this item's page. On page 28 of the care guide, it explains in detail the appropriate cleaning procedures. Hope this helps!

Asked by ZacAnswered by Tiffany

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Question:
Does this griddle not come with the insulated jacket?
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Hi Ro. An insulated jacket is not included with the griddle. You can find the proper insulated jacket here: www.bbqguys.com/blaze-outdoor-products/insulated-jacket-for-30-inch-gas-griddles-blz-griddle-ij

Asked by RoAnswered by Joey

 
Question:
Hi, does the Blaze Propane Griddle come with a conversion kit in order to use it with natural gas? If so, is this conversion kit the same as the Blaze conversion kit for grills? Lastly, is the conversion kit easy to install? Thanks~
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Hi omari! The Blaze Propane Griddle will come with the conversion kit for natural gas. Please contact a licensed contractor or installer to convert your appliance to the different gas type.

Asked by omariAnswered by Dylan

 
Question:
Is the griddle regulator built into the griddle (on back) the only regulator I need for natural gas installation?
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Hi Sean! Yes! The regulator included would be the only one you need for a natural gas install and it will need to be set to 4.0" water column pressure.

Asked by SeanAnswered by Dylan

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Question:
What powers the lights on front panel and the ignition. Is it battery?
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Hi Collier! The griddle does not use batteries. The lights are powered by a transformer and the Flame Thrower ignition requires no external electrical source.

Asked by CollierAnswered by Dylan

 
Question:
Does the griddle need seasoning. It is not mentioned in the accompanying lititure.
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Hi, Ronald. You won't have to season the Blaze Griddle before use, but there are cleaning tips to keep it cooking at its best. While the griddle is still hot, put some ice cubes or cold water on the surface, and use a scour pad with a spatula to clean following the grain of the stainless steel. When the griddle has cooled, you can use a scour pad with a safe, non-chlorine based cleaning product to finish.

Asked by RonaldAnswered by Jesica

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Question:
How do you warm the top up in the outdoors on a cool night? Do you leave the top on until it gets hot?
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Hi, Scott. The griddle is heated the same way, no matter what the temperature is outside. To preheat the griddle, ignite the burners and set them to high for five minutes. Never use the stainless steel lid when lighting and using the griddle.

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