Today was interesting, but my highlight was when I got called into the kitchen due to a piece of caked grease starting to smoke/burn.
I went to the griddle, its one of the MSA 72 griddles from Vulcan, I look in the left side and I see this black caked charcoal looking grease. Its all on the inside of the left side of the unit, where the grease chutes are that lead to the pan collecting grease and whatever trash is scraped off the griddle.
It seems like its somehow leaking on the side of the flat top, I have another one and its not anywhere near as bad, not sure what it could be or if its normal and is supposed to be watched and kept at bay by cleaning it. Any ideas?