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How to replace a George Foreman drip tray

Updated February 21, 2017

The George Foreman line of products includes indoor and outdoor grills, waffle makers and even rotisserie ovens. George Foreman products are designed to help consumers cook healthier food because the cooking surface is at a slight angle so fat drips away from the food while cooking. To catch the grease that drips from the food, drip trays are sold with the products and sometimes need to be replaced due to breakage or everyday wear and tear. You can buy a new drip tray online at the George Foreman Grill product website

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  1. Write down the make and model number of your George Foreman grill so that you can get the correct drip tray for your particular model.

  2. Visit the George Foreman product website (see link in Resources) and click the link at the top of the page labelled "Spare Parts."

  3. Wait for the Direct Parts and Products page to open, which carries replacement parts for all models of George Foreman grills.

  4. Choose the type of grill you have that needs the replacement drip tray from the products displayed on the Direct Parts and Products home page.

  5. Look for your grill's model number on the web page and click that model number link. You will be directed to a page that lists all the replacement parts for your grill.

  6. Click the "Buy Now" link to the right of the Drip Tray entry in the parts list.

  7. Enter the number of drip trays you want to buy in the "Quantity" field and click the button labelled "Checkout."

  8. If you have not ordered any replacement parts from this website in the past, click the "Continue" link in the "New Customer" area. If you have previously ordered replacement parts for any of the products on this website, input your information in the "Returning Customer" area.

  9. Enter all requested information in the fields on this page if you are a new customer and create a password for your account. Click the "Continue" link. You will be directed to a page acknowledging the creation of your account. Click the "Continue" link on that page. You are then redirected to the Direct Parts and Products home page.

  10. Select the "George Foreman Parts and Accessories" link on this page choosing the type of grill you have and click the specific model number link on the following page.

  11. Click the "Buy Now" link to the right of the Drip Tray entry in the parts list. Enter the number of drip trays you want to buy in the "Quantity" field and click the button labelled "Checkout."

  12. Confirm the delivery address shown on this page and enter any comments you may have in the "Add Comments About Your Order" field. Click "Continue."

  13. Choose your payment method and click "Continue." You are directed to a web page where you enter your credit card or PayPal account information.

  14. Click "Confirm Order" and you will be directed to the confirmation page with your order information. You will also receive an email that confirms your order at the email address you entered when you created your account.

  15. Call the Direct Parts and Products Customer Service number if you would prefer not to go through the online account registration process and place a telephone order instead.

  16. Tip

    The replacement drip tray may also be available on other legitimate shopping web sites such as eBay or Amazon. Ensure the drip tray is new and has not been used before making your purchase.

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About the Author

Christina Martinez has been writing professionally since 2007. She's been published in the California State University at Fullerton newspaper, "The Daily Titan." Her writing has also appeared in "Orange County's Best" magazine. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications and print journalism from California State University.

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