Originally Posted by boogiesnap
agreed for sure.
well, we'll find out what they say about it tomorrow, if i can get through to the right person.
and yes, my cookers do not have a "hold" button. so, again, we'll see.
i'll be calling my local county HD and comply, what happens if i travel to another county and they have totally different regulations?
BBQ pits are not required to have a 'hold' button. That isn't needed and will not be an issue. It's a matter of what regulations your state has for pits...NSF or non-NSF pits. Every state is different.
Counties will not have totally different regulations. They all simply enforce the state code. However, you just may need to register in multiple counties if you plan on doing business in them. That is a question for you to ask when you have the conversation with the HD.