7 questions from our users
I very very rarely eat steak. My favourite cut is the second most expensive fillet. I prefer a fairly thick steak, up to 2cm uncooked. I only need to be able to cook one steak as I fly solo. Some hints would be good. From the reviews it sounds great.
I just attempted to eat a small piece of eye fillet cooked on this appliance. It was tough and leathery. It just isn't hot enough to cook steak - it barely melted the butter. I'm confused by all these positive responses? What do they use it for? Toasted sandwiches only perhaps - barely hot enough for that.
it smells really bad chemical burning smell I have washed it down 4 times as instructed and turned it on and off 4 times to air it yet t still smells what is wrong with it?
thank you Kanya I should have done that but ended up throwing it out buying another brand which still smelt I then washed and turned it on and off for almost 6 hours in a vented space and finally the toxic smell went apparently it has to burn of the chemicals used on it. Thanks agin for taking time to respond!
I had a sunbeam. Sandwich press toaster it to would not work
Green light came on would not heat up
I took it back to JB hi-fi they replaced it only had it a week
Used it 3 times I hope the new one works
It smelt funny also
Sunbeam is normal quite good.
I had and still a few sunbeam Appliances could be something wrong with that one item
I have a Sunbeam cafe press GR8400, when you switch on the powerpoint the press is not heating up, the green light is not lighting up. Do you know what the problem is?
Sounds faulty to me. I recommend ringing Sunbeam helpline on this one as you may need replacement or repair
Can you grill steak and chicken on this?
This product has 2000W of power and the temperature of the plates is high enough to sear and cook meat such as chicken or steak. Please note that the contact plates are flat and not ribbed.
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