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The Holland Grill is "guaranteed not to flare up" under normal use. But, let's face it, mistakes and accidents do happen. Read this article for tips on how to keep your Holland-grilling flare-up free.
First things first--there is a difference between a "grill flareup" and a "grill fire." A grill flareup on the Holland Grill is defined as occurring when the drippings of the food strike the drip pan. If your grill is cooking too hot, the high heat can cause a flareup when the grease strikes the drip pan instead of smoking. A grill fire on the other hand, occurs usually when there is a gas leak, most often around the point where the hose is connected to the gas valve. A spark or a flame can cause the fumes of the leaking gas to ignite. Now, let's look at what can cause your Holland Grill to flare up:
FIRST THING YOU SHOULD DO