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Dyna-Glo

Model # DGN405DNC-D

Internet # 205210041

Heavy-Duty Charcoal Grill

$190.00 /each

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Model # DGN405DNC-D

Internet # 205210041

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Steel charcoal access door for easy loading and stoking

Steel charcoal access door for easy loading and stoking

Smoke stack features adjustable flue

Smoke stack features adjustable flue

Porcelain-enameled, cast iron grates

Porcelain-enameled, cast iron grates

Width: 27.36 inches
Height: 50.08 inches
Depth: 51.3 inches

Anytime is the right time to cook on this heavy-duty charcoal grill from Dyna-Glo. Each cooking grate is made with porcelain enameled cast iron for maximum heat transfer and searing. Customize the cooking temperature by using the adjustment crank to raise and lower the charcoal tray. Reloading or stoking charcoal is made simple by opening the steel access door on the front of the grill. The smoke stack features an adjustable flue for additional temperature control.

  • Charcoal tray adjustment crank customizes cooking temperatures
  • Steel charcoal access door offers a convenient means of loading or stoking the charcoal
  • Enameled, cast iron cook grates retain heat to sear foods and lock in foods natural juices
  • Stainless temperature gauge indicates when the heat is just right for cooking or searing
  • Removable ash pan for quick disposal of ash and grease
  • Smoke stack with adjustable flue provides an additional option for customizing cooking temperatures
  • Protect your investment with a grill cover (sold separately)

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Assembled Depth (in.) 
51.30 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
50.08 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
27.36 in 
Cooking space (sq. in.) 
568 
Details
Color 
Black 
Color Family 
Black 
Grill Assembly 
Full Assembly Required 
Grill Color Family 
Black 
Grill Features 
Catch Pan,Heat Thermometer,Removable Ash Catcher,Storage Rack,Warming Rack,Wheels 
Grill Grate Material 
Porcelain-Enameled Cast Iron 
Grill Material 
Stainless Steel 
Grill/Smoker Fuel Type 
Charcoal or Wood 
Grill/Smoker Fuel Type 
Charcoal,Wood 
Ignition Type 
No Ignition System 
Outdoor Living Product Type 
Charcoal/Wood Grill 
Product Weight (lb.) 
69 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year limited 

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Brand: Dyna-Glo
Price: $150 - $200
Review Rating: 4 & Up
Color Family: Black
Grill Assembly: Full Assembly Required
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Can this be used with wood?

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April 3, 2016
Can I put bricks around it to make it look built in ?
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June 14, 2016
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Yes. I do this all the time.
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April 5, 2016
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Hello,
While wood would work we recommend wood chips and only for smoking. We do not recommend putting bricks around this grill as it will not meet minimal clearances.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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April 5, 2016
Answer: 
Hi Cev,
Yes, this grill can utilize wood or coal fueled fire.
As for bricking-in the cart, the front access panel must remain accessible, and the sides have controls that need to be available to control the airflow into the sides of the grill box.
Obstructing these areas could compromise the grills performance.
Thank you for asking,
-Travis
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Does this grill HOLD the heat like a GOOD smoker?

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June 7, 2016
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This is really not a smoker. The heat source is directly under the items you are cooking. It has a movable up and down charcoal rack that regulates heat to food nicely. You can get right up on your food or lower it a considerable ways down for slower cooking. But without a deflector you really can't slow cook something like spareribs for hours. And feeding the fire over a period of time would result in Read More
This is really not a smoker. The heat source is directly under the items you are cooking. It has a movable up and down charcoal rack that regulates heat to food nicely. You can get right up on your food or lower it a considerable ways down for slower cooking. But without a deflector you really can't slow cook something like spareribs for hours. And feeding the fire over a period of time would result in soot and ashes being transferred to the food. But it does have an access door to do this. As a charcoal grill I highly recommend it. It could be modified into a smoker with a little effort. But I think holding heat would be a challenge. It billows smoke from around the lid pretty heavy. Even with the side vents closed and top vent wide open. Read Less
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June 14, 2016
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While this grill is not made to be used as a smoker the grill will hold more heat because it generates more heat.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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Can you add a universal rotisserie?

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April 21, 2016
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No , you cannot add a rotisserie to this grill.
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April 21, 2016
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This grill does not allow a add-on of a rotisserie.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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Do the side trays fold down for storage?

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March 4, 2016
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No the side trays do not fold down for storage.-GHP Group Customer Service Team
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February 23, 2016
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No, the trays do not fold down and are not removable without a screwdriver.
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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome size grill Awesome for 2-3 people size meals. I'd looking into bigger for family or next day lunch portions. Hoping the next one has more ventilation for better heating but, a little more money for the next grill can fix that May 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very Flimsy/Lightweight/Doors and vents not tight Had I have seen in person, would never have purchased. Vents and hood do not fit tight making it very hard to control the fire. Metal is lightweight and showing rust after only one week. Not close to being worth $200. February 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just a few corners cut. Nice solid grill. It's looks, build and performance are professional. My disappointments are first, the wheels. This is a very heavy grill. The tires are the same build you'd find on a light weight 30 dollar grill. Hollow single mold plastic. The front fuel access door is loose and sloppy. The hinge pins are to small allowing to much play. And last, the side vents are loose and clumsy. This is due to the loose fitting anchor bolts. These are no reason to not invest in this unit. 25 dollars in modifications,( lawn mower tires, larger hinge pins and snugger vent bolts) and this cooker rocks. Leave it as is, this is still an excellent buy. It's a long term investment for outdoor cooking. June 24, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty Good Grill Better materials and construction than the cheaper ones from Br------ & Cha------- After all, you get what you pay for. I assembled it in an hour, by myself. I recommend a work table and hoist if working alone. Instructions well written. With a mix of lump charcoal and hardwood it turned out a good steak on the first run. September 1, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by grill this grill was so easy to assemble i put it together in less than 20 minutes without looking at the directions good value nice grill July 7, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Paint bubbled Paint bubbled on the 3rd use. Not very heavy duty. Pull out tray does not come out very easily. July 13, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ash Tray,a Joke! After assembly,put steaks on the grill,every thing went well,then the next day it was time to empty the charcoal ash, that tray is only one inch deep! Pulling the tray out some of the ash fell to the basket and patio, very poor design,If I didn't use it I would have taken it back! June 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not-So-Heavy Duty, Really I bought this grill to replace a truly heavy-duty unit that had lasted at least twenty-five years. I don't expect this grill to last that long; it just isn't all that stout. That said, it appears to be as well-made as anything comparable on the market now, and there are many things I like about it. I especially like the hand-crank adjustment of the charcoal grate, and while I remain skeptical about its durability, I like the way the ashes fall through the charcoal grate to the removable ash tray. I also like the fact that I can tend the coals through the front access door without having to remove the cooking grill. And I like the thermometer. All of that is a huge improvement over my old, basic, bomb-proof (but not rust-proof) grill. Perhaps because of the openness of the charcoal grate, the charcoal seems to burn more quickly in this unit than it did in my old one. I use chunk mesquite, and it also seems to burn more completely in this grill than in the old one. What matters the most, however, is how the unit cooks, and I'm happy to say it does just fine in that department. For the mechanically disinclined, this grill comes with clear, detailed assembly instructions and with all the necessary screws, washers, nuts, and cotter pins counted out, identified, and sealed together on a handy card—almost foolproof. It's really easy to assemble. On the other hand, when my grill arrived, one end of the lid had a little kink in it that I had to force back into shape. And then there's the matter of the wheels. Did I mention that this unit isn't as heavy-duty as I would have wished? The wheels are flimsy plastic, and one of them had piece broken out of it (probably in whatever incident caused the lid to be kinked). I went to Harbor Freight and bought a pair of wheels of the same size, and the grill is much happier rolling on them. The cheesy wheels that came with this grill cause me to wonder how soon something else is going to fail. The whole adjustable charcoal grate arrangement feels fragile, so even though I like the way it works, I'm pretty sure I'll hate it when it doesn't. Consequently, I'm giving this grill four stars based on its first month of service, and yes, I'd recommend it . . . so far. But if you can find a stouter unit in the same price range, you'd do well to take it instead. July 14, 2015
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