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Blaze Premium LTE 32-Inch 4-Burner Built-In Natural Gas Grill W/ Set of 4 Ceramic Flame Tamers
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Lifetime Warranty

Blaze gas grills have a lifetime warranty that warrants against any defects in the manufacturing and workmanship on the control valves, cooking grids, stainless steel housing, stainless steel burners, flame tamers, heat zone separators, and all other stainless steel components. All electrical and ignition components are covered for one (1) year after the date of purchase. Grills must be registered within thirty days for the warranty to apply.

Blaze Ceramic Flame Tamers have a one (1) year warranty against defects in manufacturing and workmanship.

Labor not included. Refer to manufacturers manual for full warranty details.

Customer Reviews (76)

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william
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★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Best grill ever.

Best grill I've ever owned. Used my first least 3 times a week for 7 and a 1/2 years. It survived a 30 foot fall off of my Deck. Do to a cat 5 hurricane. Cleaned it up. Straightened up some sheet metal on the cart and it fired right back up. After 7 and a 1/2 years, the burners were only lighting the front half. The fire guards had worn out. Was going to order new parts? Until I realized I could not get the burners out without damaging the grill. The Cotter pins holding the back of the burners were welded in place after so long. Assembly instructions when you get the box. Are sketchy at the best? And I didn't know that the Cotter pants were only there for shipping and I should have taken them out. I now have a new blaze grill with the cotterpions taken out of the back of the burners I now have a new blaze grill with the Cotter pins taken out of the back of the burners. Should be the last grill I ever buy.

 

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Joe
West Texas
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

This grill is a level up!

I've cooked on stick burners, charcoal, and propane. I've always wanted a built in natural gas grill and after months of research the 32 inch 4 burner fit my budget and has everything I was looking for and then some. I finally got it installed today but my kitchen isn't finished yet. It's beautiful. I haven't cooked on it yet but I can't wait. It took 4 minutes to get to 450 degrees. At 15 minutes I was at 700 degrees! That's hot! Can't wait to sear some steaks. It's well insulated and appears to be pretty good quality. So far it's on another level compared to my previous lp grill. I anticipate my first cook soon and can't wait.

 

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Steve's Grill
TN
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

A lot of Grill for the Price

Finally had a chance to use the grill once the new built-in was finished. What surprised me most, is how effective the grate design is in leaving quality grill marks on the food. The triangle works as advertised. The grill pre-heats quickly with plenty of space for a lot of food if you desire. I did replace 1 burner with the infrared, a requirement for many searing applications and still leaves a large grate area (3 burners) for other grill item. The grill itself is high quality stainless, as are grates, flavor bars, heat shields, double walled lid. I cannot think of another grill that offers so much at this price point and I have used other brands such as DCS, Lion, Coyote at family members house. I can confidently recommend this is a great choice if you are in the market to a well build, designed and functional grill. You will not be disappointed.

 

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Jafo
Texas
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

With Cart

The grill is great. Love the lights and the quality. You have to learn to slow turn the knobs to get some gas going prior to the ignitor engaging. Especially on the rear infrared burner. The cart is good. Would be great but the casters are so hard to get to you have to get on hands and knees to lock and unlock. I would be truly hating this but I will be moving to mounting the rill head in a rock kitchen when the contractor can get to it.

 

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Mikey
San Diego
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Amazing Grill

Works so well!

 

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Patrick
Louisiana
 
★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

Great customer service and warranty

The grill itself works very well. The customer service is even better. My hood was damaged in a major storm and they replaced it under warranty. Fantastic company and grill !

 

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John
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★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

yes

Great grill and it has a heavy duty grill lid to keep the heat in as I grill even in the winter time. The last time it was only 28 and a little wind and the heat stayed hot. i would buy again.

 

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Marc
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★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

I would buy this grill again & recommend it!

We love this grill… bbq guys was the best choice we made

 

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Bobbe
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★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

I would buyt this again

So far so good, we had a family bbq and everything was great.

 

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Ron
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★★★★★ ★★★★★ 5.0

A must buy for BBQ enthusiasts!!

Best grill I have ever owned!!!

 

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Questions & Answers (0)

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Question:
BLZ-4LTE2-NG For this grill, I am assuming that I can add a rotisserie kit. Is that correct?
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Answer:
Hi Max. This is the rotisserie kit for the Blaze 4-burner LTE2 and the LTE+: www.bbqguys.com/i/3044106/blaze/rotisserie-kit-for-32-inch-charcoal-4-burner-gas-grills-blz-34-rotis-ss

Asked by MaxAnswered by Wesley

 
Question:
Is this grill still functional if its not plugged in? Can I still ignite the burners and perform basic function if it is not plugged in?
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You can lite the grill manually without the electronic ignition. You can also use and extension cord rated for outdoor use. I learned all of this from reading the online owner's manual and not from my own personal experience. Hope this helps. Bruce 

Asked by JoelAnswered by bsaulnier

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Answer:
Sorry I have it plugged in.

Asked by JoelAnswered by eririzarry

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Answer:
No, you'll need to have the grill plugged in for the electric ignition to work. Unless you manually ignite with a lighter or something, then yes it will work but the electronic features (ignition, lights, etc.) won't work without being plugged in. - Matt 

Asked by JoelAnswered by mattsaba5

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Answer:
Hi Joel. Blaze LTE grills only use the electrical connection for the interior lights and the LEDs over the knobs, leaving the entire grill functional if not used.

Asked by JoelAnswered by Wesley

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Question:
how long is the electrical cord for this model?
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You will have about 2' of play from the grill. There is a transformer and a power cord.  

Asked by justinAnswered by jpriceks

Answer:
Hi, Justin. The cord coming from the transformer is 5' long.

Asked by justinAnswered by Logan

 
Question:
Does the exterior and interior lighting require to be plugged into A/C power or does it operate with battery?
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Hi, Dan. The Blaze LTE does require plug-in power to run the lights and the optional rotisserie motor.

Asked by DanAnswered by Logan

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Question:
What temperature should grill get to on high? With added infrared burner , rear infrared & all burners on-high temperature is 600.
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Hi Nick! In our recent overview video we found an average temperature of 670f after a twenty minute preheat with all conventional burners on high.

Asked by NickAnswered by Logan

 
Question:
Is a vented hood necessary when used in a covered breezeway against the wall.
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Answer:
Hi Wendy. A vent hood should be used if using this grill underneath a covered area.

Asked by WendyAnswered by Joey, BBQGuys Expert

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Answer:
We have it installed in a covered lanai at the end with screens behind and to the right of it. It does get smokey - especially silly with beef at high heat. I does think a good will help. I installed a Wall fan which does a good job blowing the smoke out of the lanai. 

Asked by WendyAnswered by bernard.lepore

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Answer:
No, I do not feel like you would need a vented hood.

Asked by WendyAnswered by amyjhudson

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Answer:
Not sure if I'm the one who should be answering this. If there is plenty of ventilation, then I would say you don't need a ventilation hood. If your concerned or not sure, then yeah, go ahead an install one. Not sure if I was much help. Good luck.

Asked by WendyAnswered by tkstuder

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Question:
I have the KitchenAid 30-Inch Built-In Propane Gas Grill With Rear Burner - 740-0780 grill. Can this grill drop in the same opening as the my current grill? Is this stainless steel or corrosion resistant?
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Answer:
Hi Ed, thanks for asking. This grill is made with 304 grade stainless steel, and the grill requires cutout specs that are 30 5/8 Inches W x 21 1/4 Inches D x 8 1/2 Inches H. If you have any other questions please message us on Live Chat or call 877-743-2269 and we'll be happy to help.

Asked by EdAnswered by Hunter

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Question:
Can the electric cord be installed inside the cabinet so the cord is hidden and cannot be seen from the outside?
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Answer:
Hi Claudia, yes the electrical cord can be inside the cabinet so long as it is not touching any hot surfaces or sharp edges.

Asked by CLAUDIAAnswered by Rosa

Answer:
Hi Claudia, yes the electrical cord can be inside the cabinet so long as it is not touching any hot surfaces or sharp edges.

Asked by CLAUDIAAnswered by Rosa

 
Question:
Is the electrical cord for the lights connected under the countertop (hidden) or above the countertop. I need to know where to put the electrical connection when building the counter. Also, is the connection hardwired or a three prong plug
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Answer:
Hi, Chris. The power cord is connected under the counter top, and it has a three prong plug.

Asked by ChrisAnswered by Seth

 
Question:
Does this Grill require an electrical outlet? If so where is the location, below the countertop?
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Answer:
Great question! An electrical outlet is required for the lights - the cord should be arranged so that it will not touch hot surfaces, sharp edges or drape over the countertop or tabletop (where it can be pulled or tripped over unintentionally).

Asked by LamersAnswered by Emily

 

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