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A question for the owners of a propane grill

I have weber grill and I grill out about 300 days a year. The problem I'm having is that I keep forgetting to turn off the grill when I'm done. Do they make some kind of attachment to shut it down after a certian amount of time.

P.S. I know I'm going to get ribbed on this one.
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I would just move the grill indoors and keep a canary in the kitchen.

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If you guys cannot handle the gas, better go back to charcoal........
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If you grill 300 days a year, go ahead and leave the fire burning and make it 365.




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The full grill ??

Or jest the tank :-)
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I have weber grill and I grill out about 300 days a year. The problem I'm having is that I keep forgetting to turn off the grill when I'm done. Do they make some kind of attachment to shut it down after a certian amount of time.

P.S. I know I'm going to get ribbed on this one.
You are really asking for it, posting this here in OT.
There is such a device. It's called a wife. Usually, they respond to voice commands. Other times they malfunction and loosen the screws in your office chair.

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You are really asking for it, posting this here in OT.
There is such a device. It's called a wife. Usually, they respond to voice commands. Other times they malfunction and loosen the screws in your office chair.
Heard that.
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My grill has a finger switch which shuts off the fuel when I remove my finger.
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