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There are a lot of variables in that question. How thick are the burgers, what temperature are you starting from and so on.

Use an instant read thermometer instead.
 

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Solved the problem...i was cooking Bubba Burgers that you can pick up at the grocery store. I cooked them at 400 degrees for 7 minutes, flipped them over and cooked for an additional 12 minutes and they turned out perfect!
 

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i was cooking Bubba Burgers that you can pick up at the grocery store
I think I found the problem....
I cooked them at 400 degrees for 7 minutes, flipped them over and cooked for an additional 12 minutes
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they turned out perfect!
I doubt it! /img/vbsmilies/smilies/wink.gif

Seriously though, try cooking your own burger sometime from a patty you make. I mean, it might take you a FEW extra minutes (like 5, tops) to do it, but I bet the results are worth it. Doesn't get much easier slapping some meat into a disc, bit of salt and pepper, and some heat.
 
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