George Foreman GR10AWHT Indoor Grill - Answered Questions & Fixed issues

I can do better than that here you go look at this.What have I personally prepared on my George Foreman grill?

Hot Dogs
Boneless Pork Loins
Country Style Ribs
Boneless Chicken Breast
Bone in Chicken Thighs
Bone in Chicken Breasts
Chicken Legs
Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwhiches
Italian Sausage along with Green Peppers and Onions

This unit has a floating hinge which allows me to cook thicker cuts of meat and they cook evenly.

I even use it to reheat the meat leftover from the day before, it heats them quickly and sears in the flavor without drying the meat out. I prefer reheating with my grill over microwaving.

One day last summer I was in the middle of cooking BBQ Chicken on my Charcoal Grill. We were having a family outing and out of the clear blue sky it just started to rain... Well I had no choice but to finish cooking all the chicken i had started on my handy little George Foreman grill. This took a little time because the amounts of chicken I had on the grill and could only fit just a few pieces at a time. but it was a lifesaver... saved our picnic. Which gave me the idea to precook the chicken on my George Foreman Grill then finish cooking it over Charcoal. I found using this method takes alot of time away from having to stand by the grill basting and turning. All in all, to me it seems that within 30 mins the Chicken is fully cooked compared to anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and your still guessing and cutting into the meat to see if its done.

The Champ also supplies you with some of his famous grilling recipes which I have not yet tried because I have my own way of seasoning my foods. Although they sound delicious!

Here are some examples of his suggested Cooking Chart for this Grill: Cooked Medium (160 F) to give you an Idea as to how quickly it does cook.

Salmon Filet 3 minutes
Salmon Steaks 6 minutes
White Fish 5 minutes
8 oz Turkey burgers 6 minutes
8 oz Hamburgers 9 minutes
Chicken Breasts 9 minutes
NY Strip Steak 7 minutes
Pork loins 5 minutes

Is there anything you found you didnt like?

Yes,one thing I must admit is I do not like is the fact it does not have a shut off switch.

I've learned that if you wait until the light on the unit is OFF then you are less likely to see a SPARK when you unplug the unit after use.

Back to the Positive and another important fact. Time to clean up is really a Breeze. I allow it to cool then I use the plastic spatula to scrap away any excess fat or food then I wipe with a damp paper towel. Toss away paper towel full of grease and grime and go over it a clean damp cloth, wash the tray and spatula and its ready to be put away.

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Check for power at the outlet where you plugged it in. Plug in a small lamp, if it doesn't light could be tripped breaker or blown fuse. I am assuming there is no switch for the outlet. With the lamp still plugged in and on plug in the grill and try to turn on. If the lamp goes off or dims noticeably, you have an electrical problem, contact your electrician. If the light does not dim and it does not get hot take to repair shop.

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Sounds like the small cam that drives the blades is broken...and any resistance to it stops the blades from moving. Use a phillips head screw drive to open the knife and inspect the drive cam. It can be replaced if broken.

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I bought one on ebay for 5.00. Type in george foreman replacement parts, I think; or, you can try drip pans.

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Yes. Go to the George Foreman GR10AWHT Indoor Grill site and procede. Good Luck.

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You can register your George Foreman Grill online at the following website:

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Product Registration:
Other questions, please call 800-231-9786.

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The grill is not heating because the heating element of the grill is either defective, or there is a disconnection of wires connected to the heating element. Heat coming from the grill can melt the wire if it is close to it. But if problem is not from the wire, then the heating element is defective and needs replacement.

First, have the wires checked to make sure it's not disconnected. Also, check other parts to make sure there are intact.

Get a screw driver, disassemble the grill, check the wires connected to the heating element. If wires are intact, then you need to replace the heating element.

If you cannot perform the above task, then you might be needing the help of a repairman or you can call a family or friend that has the ability to help you out.

I wish you the best of luck.


George Foreman... | Answered on Aug 01, 2011 | 308 views

Try following the instructions here:

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Try going to the following site to register your product:

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Replacement parts for the GGR50BR are available online from the following site:

George Foreman... | Answered on Jun 05, 2011 | 129 views

Hi tjluebbers,

Since registration for is at, and you've already been there (there's a link about half-way down the right-hand side of the page called "Solve Problems - help others"), I'm guessing you want to register a George Foreman grill.

If you mean register for the George Foreman grill, go to

And click on "George Foreman" (lower-right portion of the page), it redirects you to a secure webpage where you can register.

As a back-up, here's the secure page URL

If I can be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it accordingly.

Thanks in-advance for using,


George Foreman... | Answered on May 19, 2011 | 167 views

Unfortunately the company that manufactures the George Foreman Grills offers very little in the form of replacement parts. For most models the only parts available are the Grease Catch Pan and the Plastic Spatula. Others have the leg extensions and rubber feet as well. I was unable to find your specific model listed on their parts website, but they do have the specific part you were requesting (Part Number #22740). It's listed as a Grill Plate, but offers no picture or compatible grills list.

The site is the official supplier for the George Foreman grills and is linked directly from the George Foreman website. Their is a Customer Support line on the page if you have specific questions about the part.

Here's the link to part #22740 - the list price is $7.95.

George Foreman... | Answered on May 12, 2011 | 148 views

Today is April 28,2011 Just got my panini Press George Foreman grill looking for details to register my warranty (Gro7425) my email is Thank You,Charron Tann

George Foreman... | Answered on Apr 29, 2011 | 126 views

What you have is rightly identified as oxidation, or unless your dishwasher is funky,I believe. And can be removed by using some fine grit sandpaper 360 or above should do. Do not use it on the triple nonstick plated side. If it is oxidation, at early stages, it will be just a white powdery looking surface. But heavy oxidation will develope into pits because the plates are made of aluminum. After you sand the powder off, wash the plates good in your sink and make sure to get all of it rinsed off because you will not want that on your food at all. I also say that you should take those plates to the sink for washing in the future and don't use any cleaners on it nor scrubing pads. You can push the food that is stuck on them easy enough with your fingers. Hope this helps!

George Foreman... | Answered on Apr 26, 2011 | 278 views

Search for your model number, click your grill, at the bottom there is a button to click to see available parts.
This link will allow you to register your product and also order replacement parts.

The old site for this has died but their newest site for Salton products is

George Foreman... | Answered on Feb 03, 2011 | 92 views

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