Model #11916302800 KENMORE Grill, Gas

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do you have a rotisserie kit that works on the kenmore gas grill model number 119.16302800.....I would like to order one Beth Schappach

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Cooking outside in the pleasure of your own home is the best thing to do on a very clear and sunny day. I was able to find some information on rotisserie kits. The link is down bellow and see if any of the options that the website suites you.

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celene -
March 07, 2011
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Thank you for your question.

I can understand wanting to have a Rotisserie for this grill.

I am sorry to inform you that the manufacture of this grill did not provide a rotisserie kit for this model.

You may be able to find a universal kit that will work but I do not know which kit will for the best.

I will give you the Sears web page that shows what we have available.

Sears grill rotisserie kits .

I wish I could have been of more help.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
March 08, 2011
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Do I need to replace or can I refinish the rusted cast iron cooking grates on my liquid propane gas grill?

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If the grates have rust on the surface you can purchase a cleaner to remove the rust. If the rust is eroded into the iron you will need to replace the grates.

The cleaner can be purchased online at www.searspartsdirect.com or you can call us directly at 1-866-873-7666.

To keep new grates from rusting they need to be cleaned completely after every use. This prevents food from sticking on your grill making it much easier to cook on. There are a lot of products on the market for cleaning your grate, but really any good stiff wire brush will do. Now, few people seem to know the best way to perform this little task. First of all, it is better done after you grill and not before. Once your grill has cooled down a bit, but is still warm, take your brush and clean off any remaining food particles. It is much easier to clean off food particles while warmthe is still present and not after they have cooled and been allowed to harden on the grate. If you have a cast iron grate clean completely then, brush on some oil with a paper towel to keep your grate in proper shape. Bare cast iron needs to be inspected regularly because they are more likely to rust.

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Luis L -
Sears Technician
June 10, 2010
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Another trick that I find effective is to steam clean the grill while its still hot. To do this I use a clean wet cloth and my grilling tongs (make sure to use a pot holder or something to protect your hands from the steam). Its much easier to get the sticky stuff off the grill using this method, I completely agree with Luis on putting some oil on your cast iron grates after each use, just be sure to wait until they have cooled down. Happy Grilling!

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dan_cummings -
June 10, 2010
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