US Item#: 638813019
Canada Item#: 629309809
FOR PROPANE GAS USE ONLY
I28Y07P-7
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720-0582
Table of Contents
Safety Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-7
Care and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
26-27
Check list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8
Trouble Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
28-31
Assembly Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-13
Exploded View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
32
Gas Hook –Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15
Part List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
33-34
Leak Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
Ordering Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
35
Operating Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19
Grill Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
36
Grill Lighting Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-22
Grill Cooking Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
36-37
Lighting Illustration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
23
Grill Recipe Suggestion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
38-40
Motor Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
41
Grill Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25
Safety Instruction
DANGER
If you smell gas:
1 Shut off gas to the appliance.
2 Extinguish any open flame.
3 Open lid
4 If odor continues, keep away from the
appliance and immediately call your
gas supplier or your fire department.
WARNING
1.Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable liquids or vapors in the vicinity
of this or any other appliance.
2.An LP cylinder not connected for use
shall not be stored in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in a fire or explosion that could cause serious bodily
injury, death, or property damage.
Combustion by products produced when using this product contain chemicals known to the States of
California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm
Your grill will be very hot. Never lean over the cooking area while using your grill. Do not touch cooking
surfaces, grill housing, lid or any other grill parts while the grill is in operation, or until the gas grill has
cooled down after use.
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Safety Instruction
WARNING
ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance (light and rotisserie motor) is equipped
with a plug and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded receptacle. When installed, must be
electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1 DO NOT cut or remove the grounding prong
from this plug.
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2.
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To protect against electric shock, do not immerse cord or plugs in water or other liquid.
Unplug from the outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or taking off
parts.
Do not operate any outdoor cooking gas appliance with a damaged cord, plug, or after the appliance
malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner. Contact the manufacturer for repair.
Do not let the cord hang over the edge of a table of touch hot surface.
Do not use an outdoor cooking gas appliance for purposes other than intended.
When connecting, first connect plug to the outdoor cooking gas appliance then plug appliance into the outlet.
Use only a Ground Fault Interrupt (GFI) protected circuit with this outdoor cooking gas appliance.
Never remove the grounding plug or use with an adapter of 2 prongs.
Use only extension cords with a 3 prong grounding plug, rated for the power of the equipments, and
approved for outdoor use with a W-A marking.
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Safety Instruction
WARNING
Do not try lighting this appliance without reading the
“LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS” section of this manual.
TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANS
Z21.58 CSA 1.6-2007 STANDARD FOR
OUTDOOR COOKING GAS APPLIANCE.
THIS GRILL IS FOR OUTDOOR USE
ONLY.
Grill Installation Codes
Check your local building codes for the proper method of
installation. in the absence of local codes, this unit
should be installed in accordance with the National Fuel
Gas Code ,ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54,Storage and Handling
of Liquefied Petroleum Gases, ANSI /NFPA B149.2 or
CSA B149.1 Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code,
and the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
Correct LP Gas Tank Use
LP gas grill models are designed for use with a standard
20 lb. Liquid Propane Gas tank, not included with grill.
Never connect your gas grill to an LP gas tank that
exceeds this capacity.
CAUTION: Beware of Flashback
CAUTION: Spiders and small insects occasionally
spin webs or make nest in the grill
burner tubes during transit and
warehousing. These webs can lead
to gas flow obstruction, which could
result in a fire in and around burner
tubes. This type of fire is known as
“FLASH-BACK” and can cause serious damage to
your grill and create an unsafe operating condition for
the user.
Although an obstructed burner tube is not the only
cause of “FLASH-BACK”, it is the most common
cause.
To reduce the chance of “FLASH-BACK”, you must
clean the burner tubes before assembling your grill,
and at least once a month in late summer or early fall
when spiders are most active. Also perform this
burner tube cleaning procedure if your grill has not
been used for an extended period of time. A clogged
tube can be lead to a fire beneath the grill.
If an external electrical source is utilized: The outdoor
cooking gas appliance, when installed, must be
electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or,
in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code,
CSA C22.1.
WARNING
Keep any electrical supply cord and the fuel supply hose
away from any heated surfaces.
Visually check the burner flames prior to each use.
The flames should look like this picture. If they do not,
refer to the burner main tenancy part of this manual.
NOTE: The normal flow of gas through the regulator and
hose assembly can create a humming noise. A low
volume of noise is perfectly normal and will not interfere
with operation of the grill. If humming noise is loud and
excessive you may need to purge air from the gas line or
reset the regulator excess gas flow device. This purging
procedure should be done every time a new LP gas tank
is connected to your grill.
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Safety Instruction
continued
LP-Gas Supply System
•If the information
is not followed exactly, a fire resulting in
death or serious injury could occur.
ƒA 20lb tank of approximately # 1/4 inches in diameter by 18-1/4
inches high is the maximum size LP gas tank to use.
ƒThis safety feature prevents the tank from being overfilled, which
can cause malfunction of the LP gas tank, regulator and/or grill.
ƒThe LP gas supply cylinder to be used must be constructed and
marked in accordance with the specifications for LP –Gas cylinder of
the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) or the National
Standard of Canada ,CAN/CSA –B339, Cylinders, Spheres and
Tubes for Transportation of Dangerous Goods and Commission .
ƒThe LP gas tank must have a shutoff valve terminating in an LP
valve outlet that is compatible with a Type 1. LP gas supply cylinder
must have a shut off valve terminating in a valve outlet specified for
connection type QCC1 in the standard for compressed gas cylinder
valve outlet and inlet connection ANSI/CGA-V-1 as applicable. LP
gas supply cylinder must be fitted with an Overfill Protection Device
(O.P.D) The LP gas tank must also have a safety relief device that
has a direct connection with the vapor space of the tank.
ƒThe tank supply system must be arranged for vapor withdrawal.
ƒThe LP gas tank used must have a collar to protect the tank valve
ƒPlace dust cap on cylinder valve outlet whenever the cylinder is not
in use. Only install the type of dust cap on the cylinder valve outlet
that is provided wit the cylinder valve. Other types of cap or plugs
may result in leakage of propane
ƒNever connect an unregulated LP gas tank to your gas grill.
ƒThis outdoor cooking gas appliance is equipped with a high capacity
hose/regulator assembly for connection to a standard 20lb. Liquid
propane cylinder.
ƒHave your LP gas tank filled by a reputable propane gas
dealer and visually inspected and re-qualified at each filling.
ƒDo not store a spare LP gas cylinder under or near this
appliance.
ƒNever fill the cylinder beyond 80 percent full .
ƒAlways keep LP gas tanks in an upright position.
ƒDo not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids
in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
ƒStorage of an outdoor cooking gas appliance indoors is permissible
only if the cylinder is disconnected and removed from the outdoor
cooking gas appliance..
ƒWhen your gas grill is not in use the gas must be turned off at LP
gas tank.
•The gas must be turned off at the supply cylinder when the outdoor
cooking gas appliance is not in use.
•LP gas tank must be stored outdoors in a well-ventilated area and
out of reach of children. Disconnected LP gas tanks must not be
stored in a building, garage or any other enclosed area.
PROPER PLACEMENT AND CLEARANCE OF
GRILL
•Never use your gas grill in a garage, porch, shed,
breezeway or any other enclosed area. Your gas grill is
to be used outdoors only.
•Do Not install this unit into combustible enclosures.
•Minimum clearance from sides and back of unit to
combustible construction, 24 inches (61cm) from sides
and 24 inches (61cm) from back.
•DO NOT use this appliance under overhead
combustible surfaces. This outdoors cooking gas
appliance is not intend to be installed in or on
recreational vehicles and/or boats.
•Do Not obstruct the flow of ventilation air around the
gas grill housing. Only use the regulator and the hose
assembly supplied with your gas grill. Replacement
regulators and hose assemblies must be those specified
in this manual.
•The regulator and hose assembly must be inspected
before each use of the grill. If there is excessive
abrasion or wear or if the hose is cut, it must be
replaced prior to the grill being put into operation. The
replacement hose assembly shall be that specified by
the manufacturer.
•Pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied with
the outdoor cooking gas appliance must be used. Never
substitute other types of regulator. Contact customer
service for manufacturer specified replacement parts.
•This outdoor cooking gas appliance is equipped with a
pressure regulator comply with the standard for
Pressure Regulating Valves for LP Gas ANSI/ UL 144.
•Do not use briquettes of any kind in the grill.
•The grill is designed for optimum performance without
the use of briquettes. Do not place briquettes on the
radiant as this will block off the area for the grill burners
to vent. Adding briquettes can damage ignition
components and knobs, and void the warranty.
•Keep the back and side cart free and clear from debris.
Keep any electrical supply cord, or the rotisserie motor
cord away from the heated areas of the grill.
•Never use the grill in extremely windy conditions. If
located in a consistently windy area (oceanfront,
mountaintop, etc.) a windbreak will be required. Always
adhere to the specified clearance.
•Never use a dented or rusty propane tank.
•Keep any electrical supply cord and the fuel supply
hose away from any heated surface
•While lighting, keep your face and hands as far away
from the grill as possible.
•Burner adjustment should only be performed after the
burner have cooled.
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Safety Instruction
WARNING
Your grill will get very hot. Never lean over the
cooking area while using your grill. Do not touch
cooking surfaces, grill housing, lid or any other grill
parts while the grill is in operation, or until the gas grill
has cooled down after use.
Failure to comply with these instructions may
result in serious bodily injury.
ROTISSERIE DRIVE MOTOR
USE ONLY FOR OUTDOORS, DO NOT EXPOSE
TO RAIN.
CAUTION: TO ENSURE CONTINUED
PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, CONNECT TO PROPERLY GROUNDED
OUTLETS ONLY, TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
ELECTRIC SHOCK, KEEP EXTENSION CORD
CONNECTION DRY AND OFF THE GROUND.
INSECT WARNING:
Spiders and insects can nest in the burners of this
and any other grill, and cause the gas to flow
improperly. This is a very dangerous condition, which
can cause a fire to occur behind and beneath the
valve panel, thereby damaging the grill and making it
unsafe to operate. Inspect the grill at least twice a
year.
WARNING
Keep a spray bottle of soapy water near the gas
supply valve and check the connections before each
use.
DO NOT USE ALUMINUM FOIL TO LINE THE
GRILL RACKS OR GRILL BOTTOM.
This can severely upset combustion airflow or trap
excessive heat in the control area.
DO NOT LEAVE THE GRILL UNATTENDED
WHILE COOKING.
continued
SAFETY PRACTICES TO AVOID PERSONAL
INJURY
When properly cared for, your grill will provide safe,
reliable service for many years. However, extreme
care must be used as the grill produces intense heat
that can increase accident potential. When using
this appliance basic safety practices must be
followed, including the following:
Do not repair or replace any part of the grill unless
specifically recommended in this manual. All other
service should be referred to a qualified technician.
This grill is not intended to be installed in or on
recreational vehicles or boats
Children should not be left alone or unattended in an
area where the grill is being used. Do not allow them
to sit, stand or play in or around the grill at any time.
Do not store items of interest to children around or
below the grill.
Do not permit clothing, pot holders or other
flammable materials to come in contact with or too
close to any grate, burner or hot surface until it has
cooled. The fabric could ignite and cause personal
injury.
For personal safety, wear proper apparel. Loose
fitting garments or sleeves should never be worn
while using this appliance. Some synthetic fabrics
are highly flammable and should not be worn while
cooking.
Only certain types of glass, heat-proof glass
ceramic, earthenware, or other glazed utensils are
suitable for grill use. These materials may break
with sudden temperature changes. Use only on low
or medium heat settings in accordance with the
manufacturer’s guidelines.
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Safety Instruction
Do not heat unopened food containers. A build-up of
pressure may cause the containers to burst.
Use a covered hand when opening the grill lid.
Never lean over an open grill.
When lighting a burner, pay close attention to what
you are doing. Make certain you are aware of which
burner you are lighting, so your body and clothing
remain clear of open flames.
When using the grill, do not touch the grill rack, burner
grate or immediate surroundings as these areas
become extremely hot and could cause burns. Use
only dry potholders. Moist or damp potholders on hot
surfaces may cause steam burns. Do not use a towel
or bulky cloth in place or potholders. Do not allow
potholders to touch hot portions of the grill rack.
Grease is flammable. Let hot grease cool before
attempting to handle it. Do not allow grease deposits
to collect in the grease tray at the bottom of the grill’s
firebox. Clean the grease tray often.
continued
Do not use the grill to cook excessively fatty meats or
other products which promote flare – ups.
Do not operate the grill under unprotected combustible
constructions. Use only in well ventilated areas. Do
not use in buildings, garages, sheds, breezeways or
other such enclosed areas.
Keep the area surrounding the grill free from
combustible materials including, fluids, trash, and
vapors such as gasoline or charcoal lighter fluid. Do
not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
WARNING
This outdoor cooking gas appliance is not
intended to be installed in or on boats. And
other recreational vehicles.
Do not use aluminum foil to line the grill racks or grill
bottom. This can severely upset combustion air flow or
trap excessive heat in the control area.
For proper lighting and performance of the burners
keep the burner ports clean. It is necessary to clean
them periodically for optimum performance. The
burners will only operate in one position and must be
mounted correctly for safe operation.
Clean the grill with caution. To avoid steam burns, do
not use a wet sponge or cloth to clean the grill while it
is hot. Some cleaners produce toxic fumes or can
ignite if applied to a hot surface.
Turn off grill controls and make certain the grill is cool
before using any type of aerosol cleaner on or around
the grill. The chemical that produces the spraying
action could, in the presence of heat, ignite or cause
metal parts to corrode.
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720-0582 Check list
A. Body Assembly------------1pc.
B. Cooking grid------------3pc.
C. Control Knob-------------1pc.
D. Side Burner Shelf---------1pc.
E. Left Side Shelf-------------1pc.
F. Warming Rack------------1pc.
G. Battery----------------------1pc.
H. Rotisserie Motor ----------1pc.
I. Rotisserie Motor Bracket--------------------------------------1pc.
J. Bottle Opener--------------1pc.
K. Rotisserie Kit-------------1set.
L. Greasy box……….1pc
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Assembly Instruction
Please read the instructions carefully and follow step by step.
Tools required:
Philips head screwdriver and wrench-not provided
STEP 1: Attach the bottle opener to left side shelf with 2 screws and 2 nuts, which are pre-placed onto left side
shelf (see the figure below A).
5 screws used to attach the left side shelf are already screwed into the cart left panel, left side of main control panel
and side shelf (see the figure below B). Remove top 2 screws from the side shelf and 1 screw from left side of main
control panel.
Loosen 2 screws that are pre-placed onto cart left panel (Hint ! Do not remove these 2 screws completely). Align
the bottom key holes on side shelf with two loosened screws, and align the remaining side shelf holes with the
holes on cart left panel and left side of main control panel. Attached side shelf to the cart and tighten all 5 screws.
5 screws used to attach the side burner shelf are already screwed into the cart right panel, right side of main control
panel and side burner shelf (see the figure below B). Remove top 2 screws from the side burner shelf and 1 screw
from right side of main control panel.
Loosen 2 screws that are pre-placed onto cart right panel (Hint ! Do not remove these 2 screws completely). Align
the bottom key holes on side burner shelf with two loosened screws, and align the remaining side burner shelf
holes with the holes on cart left panel and right side of main control panel. Attached side shelf to the cart and
tighten all 5 screws.
Note: the top 2 screws to the firebox should be screwed from inside to outside for side shelf and side
burner, but the bottom 3 screws should be tightened from outside to inside.
A
B
Assemble the side shelf and
panel of side burner into the
firebox with 8 pcs ¼ x 12mm, 2
pcs 5/32X12mm screws
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Assembly Instruction
continued
Step 2: Unscrew the battery cap and plastic ring from the igniter module. Insert the whole igniter
wire setting in the back of the left side shelf panel through the hole on the side shelf front panel.
Screw the plastic ring over the battery box to secure in place.
Step 3: To install the battery, place one AA battery with the negative end in first, and replace battery cap.
Step 4: Side Burner Assembly
A. There are 2 screws attached to the side burner manifold retention bracket under the control panel.
Loosen the 2 screws but do not remove the screws completely.
Remove two round head screws from the valve. Attach the bezel (the bezel is packed with side burner valve)
to side burner control panel. Insert the valve through the side burner control panel and bezel. Place the
manifold retention bracket in a position so that it is supporting the manifold.
Insert two round head screws through the bezel and the side burner front control panel. Tighten the screws to
secure the valve (see figure below). Then, tighten the screws to secure the manifold retention bracket.
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Assembly Instruction
continued
B. Push the side burner control knob on to the valve stem and tighten it by using the Allen Wrench.
C. Insert valve venturi into the side burner and tighten the brass nut to secure the side burner flex hose by
using an adjustable wrench. Connect the igniter wire to Side burner valve (see figure below).
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Assembly Instruction
continued
Step 5:Install the rotisserie bracket with 2 screws, which are pre-placed onto the bracket.
The rotisserie rod is packed inside of the right front corner post in the carton; install the
rotisserie skewer, place the flame tamer, warming rack and cooking grids inside the grill as
shown in the figure below.
Attention: please note there is a specific flame tamer (see above) with footing which is to be placed over
the first tube burner to the right of the searing burner.
Step 6: From the back of the unit, insert the grease box under the main burner fire box.
Attention: Tighten all screws on the grill as some screws may have loosened during transit.
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Assembly Instruction
continued
PROPANE TANK ASSEMBLY
1.
Attach propane gas tank to regulator inlet fitting by turning the regulator clockwise as shown below.
Hand frighten.
2.
LP gas cylinder must be fitted with a listed overfill prevention device (OPD)
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CAUTION! DO NOT USE TOOLS TO ATTACH REGULATOR / HOSE ASSEMBLY TO PROPANE
TANK
1.
2.
Lift the tank retention ring located inside the cart and attach to bracket under the heat shield.
Put the gas tank into the gas tank hole. Release the tank retention ring so that the ring rests around the
top of the gas tank.
Notice
This grill is equipped with dual fuel valvesl and can be converted from Liquid
Propane gas supply to Natural Gas supply.
Conversion kits may be purchased through
www.membersmark.com
For grill model#720-0582, the NG conversion kit is mode# 710-0582.
Please purchase the conversion kits appropriate for your gas grill model.
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Gas Hook - Up
NEVER CONNECT AN UNREGULATED GAS
SUPPLY LINE TO THE APPLIANCE. USE
THE REGULATOR/HOSE ASSEMBLY
SUPPLIED.
This is a liquid propane configured grill. Do not
attempt to use a natural gas supply unless the
grill has been reconfigured for natural gas use.
Total gas consumption (per hour) of this
stainless steel gas grill with all burners on “HI”:
Main burner
Sear burner
Side burner
Rear burner
Total
40,000 Btu/hr
12,000 Btu/hr
12,000 Btu/hr
10,000 Btu/hr
74,000 Btu/hr.
L.P. TANK REQUIREMENT
A dented or rusty L.P. tank may be hazardous
and should be checked by your L.P. supplier.
Never use a cylinder with a damaged valve.
The L.P. gas cylinder must be constructed and
marked in accordance with the specifications
for L.P. gas cylinders of the U.S. Department
of Transportation (DOT) or the National
Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339,
Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for
Transportation of Dangerous Goods; and
Commission, as applicable. Overfilling
prevention device (OPD) shall be provided on
cylinder & QCCI connection on the cylinder
valve, ANSI/CGA-V-1. The cylinder supply
system must be arrange for vapor withdrawal.
The cylinder must include a collar to protect
the cylinder valve. The cylinder must be
provided with a shut off valve terminating in an
L.P. gas supply cylinder valve outlet specified,
as applicable, for connection type
QCC1 in the standard for compressed gas
cylinder valve outlet and inlet connection
ANSI/CGA-V-1.
Manifold pressure: 11”(27.94cm) water
column (W.C.).
L.P. GAS HOOK-UP
Ensure that the black plastic grommets on the
LP cylinder valve are in place and that the
hose does not come into contact with the
grease tray or the grill head.
CONNECTION
Your stainless steel grill is equipped with gas
supply orifices for use only with liquid
propane gas. It is also equipped with a high
capacity hose/regulator assembly for
connection to a standard 20lb. L.P. cylinder
(18-1/4” (46.35cm) high, 12-1/4”(31cm)
diameter). To connect the L.P. gas supply
cylinder, please follow the steps below:
1. Make sure tank valve is in its full off
position (turn clockwise to stop)
2. Check tank valve to assure it has proper
external male threads (type 1 connection
per ANSIZ21.81)
3. Make sure all burner valves are in their off
position.
4. Inspect valve connections, port, and
regulator assembly. Look for any damage
or debris. Remove any debris. Inspect
hose for damage. Never attempt to use
damaged or obstructed equipment. 14
See
your local L.P. gas dealer for repair.
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Gas Hook – Up
5. When connecting regulator assembly to the
valve, hand tighten the quick coupling nut
clockwise to a complete stop. Do not use a
wrench to tighten. Use of a wrench may
damage the quick coupling nut and result in
a hazardous condition.
6. Open the tank valve fully (counterclockwise).
Apply the soap solution with a clean brush
to all gas connections. See below. If
growing bubbles appear in the solution the
connections are not properly sealed. Check
each fitting and tighten or repair as
necessary.
continued
7. If you have a gas connection leak you
cannot repair, turn gas OFF at supply tank,
disconnect fuel line from your grill and call
1-800-790-1299 or your gas supplier for
repair assistance.
8. Also apply soapy solution to the tank
seams. See below. If growing bubbles
appear, shut tank OFF and do not use or
move it! Contact an LP gas supplier or
your fire department for assistance
To disconnect L.P. gas cylinder:
1. Turn the burner valves off.
2. Turn the tank valve off fully (turn
clockwise to stop).
3. Detach the regulator assembly from the
tank valve by turning the quick coupling
nut counterclockwise.
Installer Final Check List
9 Specified clearance maintained
24”(61cm) from combustibles.
9 All internal packaging removed.
9 Knobs turn freely.
9 Burners are tight and sitting properly on
orifices.
9 Pressure regulator connected and set.
Gas connections to grill using hose &
regulator assembly provided (pre-set for
11.0” water column).
9 Unit tested and free of leaks.
9 User informed of gas supply shut off
valve location
USER, PLEASE RETAIN THIS MANUAL
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
PROPANE CYLINDER CAUTIONS
a) Do Not store a spare LP-gas cylinder
under or near this appliance.
b) NEVER fill the cylinder beyond 80
percent full.
c) If the information in “a” and “b” is not
followed exactly, a fire or explosion
causing death or serious injury may
occur.
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Leak Testing
GENERAL
Although all gas connections on the grill are leak
tested at the factory prior to shipment, a complete
gas tightness check must be performed at the
installation site due to possible mishandling in
shipment, or excessive pressure unknowingly
being applied to the unit. Periodically check the
whole system for leaks following the procedures
listed below. If the smell of gas is detected at
anytime you should immediately check the entire
system for leaks.
BEFORE TESTING
Make sure that all packing material is removed
from the grill including tie-down straps.
DO NOT SMOKE WHILE LEAK TESTING.
NEVER PERFORM LEAK TEST WITH AN OPEN
FLAME.
Make a soap solution of one part liquid detergent
and one part water. You will need a spray bottle,
brush, or rag to apply the solution to the fittings.
For the initial leak test, make sure the L.P. cylinder
is 80% full.
TO TEST
1. Make sure the control valves are in the “OFF”
position, and turn on the gas supply.
2. Check all connections from the LP gas regulator
and supply valve up to and including the
connection to the manifold pipe assembly (the pipe
that goes to the burners). Soap bubbles will appear
where a leak is present.
3. If a leak is present, immediately turn off the gas
supply and tighten the leaky fittings.
4. Turn the gas back on and recheck.
5. Should the gas continue to leak from any of the
fittings, turn off the gas supply and contact
Only those parts recommended by the
manufacturer should be used on the grill.
Substitution will void the warranty. Do not use
the grill until all connections have been checked
and do not leak.
GAS FLOW CHECK
Each grill burner is tested and adjusted at the
factory prior to shipment; however, variations in
the local gas supply may make it necessary to
adjust the burners. The flames of the burners
should be visually checked.
Flames should be blue and stable with no yellow
tips, excessive noise or lifting. If any of these
conditions exist, check to see if the air shutter or
burner ports are blocked by dirt, debris, spider
webs, etc. If you have any questions regarding
flame stability, please call customer service
1-800-790-1299 .
ALWAYS CHECK FOR LEAKS AFTER
EVERY L.P. TANK CHANGE
Check all gas supply fittings for leaks
before each use. It is handy to keep a
spray bottle of soapy water near the shutoff valve of the gas supply line. Spray all
the fittings. Bubbles indicate leaks.
customer service at 1-800-790-1299 .
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Leak Testing
continued
CAUTIONS
Place dust cap on cylinder valve outlet when the cylinder is not in use. Only install the
type of dust cap on the cylinder valve outlet that is provided with the cylinder valve.
Other types of caps or plugs may result in leakage of propane.
The gas must be turned off at the supply cylinder when the unit is not in use.
If the appliance is stored indoors the cylinder must be disconnected and removed from
the appliance. Cylinders must be stored outdoors in a well-ventilated area out of the
reach of children.
Your grill is ready to use!
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Operating Instructions
GENERAL USE OF THE GRILL AND
ROTISSERIE
Each main burner is rated at 10,000 Btu/hr.
The main grill burners encompass the entire
cooking area and are side ported to
minimize blockage from falling grease and
debris. The igniter knobs are located on the
lower center portion of the valve panel. Each
rotary igniter is labeled on the control panel.
USING THE GRILL
Grilling requires high heat for searing and
proper browning. Most foods are cooked at
the “HI” heat setting for the entire cooking
time. However, when grilling large pieces of
meat or poultry, it may be necessary to turn
the heat to the lower setting after the initial
browning. This cooks the food through
without burning the outside. Foods cooked
for a long time or foods basted with a sugary
marinade may need the lower heat setting
near the end of the cooking time.
WARNING: IMPORTANT!
USING THE SIDE BURNER:
Inspect the gas supply hose prior to turning
the gas “ON”. If there is evidence of cuts,
wear or abrasion, it must be replaced prior
to use. Do not use the side burner if the odor
of gas is present.
USING ROTISSERIE BURNER
Your grill is capable of performing back
burner rotisserie cooking. Light the rear
burner as described in the lighting instructions,
see page 22. Once lit, the rotisserie burner
will reach cooking temperatures in about 1
minute.
NOTE: This grill is designed to grill efficiently
without the use of lava rocks or briquettes of
any kind. Heat is radiated by the stainless
steel flame tamers positioned above each
burner.
NOTE: The hot grill sears the food, sealing
in the juices. The more thoroughly the grill
is preheated, the faster the meat browns
and the darker the grill marks.
DO NOT LEAVE THE GRILL
UNATTENDED WHILE COOKING.
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Operating Instructions
continued
CAUTION: PLEASE TAKE OFF THE
WARMING RACK WHEN USING THE
ROTISSERIE BURNER. THE HIGH HEAT
COMING FROM THE ROTIS BURNER
MAY CAUSE THE WARMING RACK TO
WARP.
Grill Lighting Instructions
WARNING: IMPORTANT!
BEFORE LIGHTING…
Inspect the gas supply hose prior to turning
the gas “ON”. If there is evidence of cuts,
wear, or abrasion, it must be replaced prior
to use. Do not use the grill if the odor of gas
is present. Only the pressure regulator and
hose assembly supplied with the unit should
be used.
Never substitute regulators and hose
assembly for those supplied with the grill. If
a replacement is necessary, contact the
manufacturer for proper replacement. The
replacement must be that specified in the
manual.
Screw the regulator (type QCC1) onto the
tank. Leak check the hose and regulator
connections with a soap and water solution
before operating the grill.
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Grill Lighting Instructions
TO LIGHT THE MAIN BURNER:
Make sure all knobs are “OFF” then turn on
the gas supply from the LP tank. Always keep
your face and body as far from the grill as
possible when lighting.
Your grill has an exclusive patented built-in
ignition. The igniter is built into the valve. To
ignite each burner simply push and turn the
control knobs to the HI setting, you will hear
the valve click as it sends a spark to the pilot
flame. If the burner does not light wait 5
minutes for any excess gas to dissipate and
then retry.
WARNING: Always keep your face and body
as far away from the burner as possible when
lighting.
continued
If you’ve just attempted to light the burner
with the igniter, allow 5 minutes for any
accumulated gas to dissipate. Keep your face
and hands as far away from the grill as
possible.
1.
Insert a lit match attached to the
lighting rod through the cooking grids
to the burner (see next page).
2.
Press the control knob and rotate left
to the HI/Light setting, continue to
press the knob until the burner ignites.
Burner should light immediately.
3.
If the burner does not light in 4
seconds turn the knob off, wait 5
minutes and try again.
TO LIGHT THE SIDE BURNER
TO MATCH LIGHT THE SIDE BURNER
To light the side burner, remove any cooking
utensils from the burner grate. Push and turn
the control knob counterclockwise to the
“IGNITE/HI” position. If the burner does not
light, turn the control
Hold a lit extended match near the side
burner ports, turn the control knob
counterclockwise to “IGNITE/HI”. Move your
hand immediately once the burner is lit.
Rotate the control knob to the desired
setting.
knob to “OFF”. If the smell of gas is detected
and the igniter is not functioning,
immediately turn the control knob “OFF”.
Allow 5 minutes for any accumulated gas to
dissipate. If the side burner igniter is not
functioning, see the following section for
match lighting.
TO MATCH LIGHT THE GRILL
If the burner will not light after several attempts
then the burner can be match lit.
Keep a spray bottle of soapy water near
the gas supply valve and check the
connections before each use.
Do not attempt to light the grill if odor of
gas is present. Call for service
1-800-790-1299
Match light extension rod is located on the inside
panel of the door.
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Grill Lighting Instructions
continued
21
Grill Lighting Instructions
FLAME CHARACTERISTICS
Check for proper burner flame characteristics.
Burner flames should be blue and stable with
no yellow tips, excessive noise, or lifting. If
any of these conditions exist call our
customer service line. If the flame is yellow, it
indicates insufficient air. If the
continued
flame is noisy and tends to lift away from the
burner, it indicates too much air.
Each burner is adjusted prior to
shipment; however, variations in the
local gas supply may make minor
adjustments necessary.
Visually check the burner flames prior to
each use,The flames should look like this
picture,if they do not ,refer to the
burner maintenance part of this manual
Approximate 1 1/2 “ Flame Height
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Lighting Illustration
Note: Remove all packaging, including straps, before using the grill
Main & Side Burner Lighting Illustration
Step 1.
Make sure the Lid is open
Rotisserie Burner or Searing
Burner Lighting Illustration
Step to light the Rotisserie Burner :
Push and turn the Rotisserie Burner
Knob to “IGNITE/ON” position and
hold for 3-4 seconds until burner is lit.
Step 2.
Push and turn main or Side Burner knobs to
“IGNITE/HI” position. Pilot torch will light. Hold for
3-4 seconds until burner is lit.
Step to light the Searing Burner:
Push and turn the Searing Burner
Knob to “IGNITE/HI” position and
hold for 3-4 seconds until burner is lit.
Once it is lit, continue hold the
Searing knob for another 15 seconds
to be sure the burner stay lit.
Step 3.
You may need to try 3 or 4 times to light the burner.
After the burner is lit, adjust the knob as desired.
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Motor Instruction
•
TO USE MOTOR SAFELY, PLEASE READ WARNING BEFORE YOU USE IT.
ROTISSERIE DRIVE MOTOR
USE ONLY FOR OUTDOORS. DO NOT EXPOSE TO RAIN.
CAUTION: TO ENSURE CONTINUED PROTECTION AGAINST RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK,
CONNECT TO PROPERLY GROUNDED OUTLETS ONLY. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC
SHOCK, KEEP EXTENSION CORD CONNECTION DRY AND OFF THE GROUND.
WARNING
ELECTRICAL GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS This appliance (rotisserie motor) is equipped with
a plug and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded receptacle. DO NOT cut or
remove the grounding prong from this plug.
Keep the rotisserie motor electric cord away from the heated surfaces of the grill. When not in use
remove and store the motor in a dry location.
This motor is set for 120V AC & 60Hz, 4W, 40mA, If voltage is exceed , motor will be burnt out.
Rotisserie Operating illustrations:
1.
Place rotisserie motor onto the motor bracket, plug into a properly grounded outlet. Ensure
that the rotisserie spit rod is inserted into the motor prior to turning on the motor.
Insert rotisserie spit rod
2.
120V AC 60Hz, 4W,
40mA
When finished using rotisserie motor, switch to “off position and unplug
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Grill Light
Light Operation Instruction
Make sure light’s power switch on the control panel is in the “OFF” position.
Connect power plug to properly grounded outlet.
Turn the light’s power switch to “ON”.
WARNING
Keep any electrical supply cord away from any heated surface.
Bulb Replacement
1.
Make sure the light’s power switch on the
control panel is in the “OFF” position and
power plug is disconnected from outlet.
2.
Use a screwdriver to loosen the screw
securing the light.
3.
Take out the light
4. Remove the glass cover from the
light compartment.
5.
Use a screwdriver to loosen the two
screws locking the bulb. Pull out the
light bulb and replace with a new bulb.
6.
Reverse the instruction from steps 5-1
for installation.
Cleaning Method
Follow steps 1-4 above for glass cover removal. Use a damp towel to clean the surface of glass cover.
Make sure the glass cover is completely dry before re-installing.
WARNING
Make sure the light switch is in the “OFF” position and power plug is disconnected from power outlet
prior to cleaning the glass cover.
WARNING
The light glass cover should not be in contact with water or any other liquid when it’s warm. Sudden
change of temperature may cause cracks on glass cover.
Bulb Specification
Bulb Type: Halogen
Wattage: 10 watts per bulb
Voltage: 12 volts
Please contact customer service at 1-800-790-1299
for assistance on bulb replacement information.
WARNING
To ensure continued protection against electric shock:
Connect to properly grounded outlets only.
Do not expose to rain.
Keep extension cord connections dry and off the ground.
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Care and Maintenance
STAINLESS STEEL
There are many different stainless steel
cleaners available. Always use the mildest
cleaning procedure first, scrubbing in the
direction of the grain. Specks of grease can
gather on the surfaces of the stainless steel
and bake on to the surface and give the
appearance of rust. For removal use a mild
abrasive pad in conjunction with a stainless
steel cleaner.
GRILL GRATE
The easiest way to clean the grill is
immediately after cooking is completed and
after turning off the flame. Wear a barbeque
mitt to protect your hand from the heat and
steam. Dip a brass bristle barbeque brush in
water and scrub the hot grill. Dip the brush
frequently in the bowl of water. Steam,
created as water contacts the hot grill,
assists the cleaning process by softening
any food particles. If the grill is allowed to
cool before cleaning, cleaning will be more
difficult.
ENSURE THAT THE GAS SUPPLY AND
THE KNOBS ARE IN THE “OFF” POSITION.
MAKE SURE THE RANGETOP BURNER IS
COOL BEFORE REMOVAL.
GRILL BURNERS
Extreme care should be taken when moving a
burner as it must be correctly centered on the
orifice before any attempt is made to relight
the grill. Frequency of cleaning will depend on
how often you use the grill.
MAIN GRILL BURNER CLEANING
Ensure the gas supply is off and the knobs are
in the “OFF” position. Make sure the grill is cool.
Clean the exterior of the burner with a wire
brush. Clear stubborn scale with a metal
scraper. Clear any clogged ports with a
straightened paper clip. Never use a wooden
toothpick as it may break off and clog the port.
Please note if insects or other obstructions are
blocking the flow of gas through the burner, and
if so you will need to call our customer service
line 1-800-790-1299.
GREASE TRAY CLEANING:
The grease tray should be emptied and wiped
down periodically and wash with a mild
detergent and warm water solution. A small
amount of sand may be placed in bottom of
grease tray to absorb the grease. Check the
grease tray frequently, do not allow excess
grease to accumulate and overflow out of the
grease tray.
BURNER CLEANING:
1. Turn off the gas supply, and make sure all
the knobs are in the “OFF” position.
2. Wait for the grill to cool.
3. Clean the exterior of the burner with a wire
brush. Use a metal scrapper to stubborn
stains.
4. Clear clogged port with a straightened
paper clip. Never use a wooden toothpick
as it may break off and clog the port
5. If inserts or other obstructions are blocking
the flow of gas through the burner, call
customer service at 1-800-790-1299
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Care and Maintenance
HOW TO REPLACE MAIN BURNER
Step 1. Insert the burner onto the orifice.
continued
STAINLESS STEEL :
There are many different stainless steel
cleaners available. Always use the mildest
cleaning procedure first, scrubbing in the
direction of the grain. Do not use steel wool
as it will scratch the surface. To touch up
noticeable scratches in the stainless steel,
sand very lightly with dry 100 grit emery
paper in the direction of the grain.
Step 2. Secure the main burner on the back
wall of fire box with 1 screws.
CAUTION:
1. Keep outdoor cooking gas appliance
area clear and free from combustible
materials, gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
2. Do not obstruct the flow of combustible
and ventilation air.
3. Keep the ventilation openings of the
cylinder enclosure free and clear from
debris.
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Trouble Shooting
SPIDER AND INSECT WARNING
Checking and cleaning burner/ venturi tubes
for insects and insect nests. A clogged tube
can lead to a fire beneath the grill.
Spiders and small insects occasionally spin
webs or make nests in the grill burner tubes
during transit and warehousing. These webs
can lead to gas flow obstruction which could
result in a fire in and around burner tubes.
This type of fire is known as “FLASH-BACK”
and can cause serious damage to your grill
and create an unsafe operating condition for
the user.
Although an obstructed burner tube is not
the only cause of “FLASH-BACK”, it is the
most common cause.
WHEN TO LOOK FOR SPIDERS
You should inspect the burners at least once
a year or immediately after any of the
following conditions occur:
1. The smell of gas in conjunction with the
burner flames appearing yellow.
2. The grill does not reach temperature.
3. The grill heats unevenly.
4. The burners make popping noises.
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
If the grill does not function properly, use the
following check list before contacting your
dealer for service. You may save the cost of a
service call.
To reduce the chance of “FLASH-BACK”,
you must clean the burner tubes before
assembling your grill, and at least once a
month in late summer or early fall when
spiders are most active. Also perform this
burner tube cleaning procedure if your grill
has not been used for an extended period of
time.
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Trouble Shooting
continued
PREHEATING: The grill lid should be in a closed position during the preheat time period. It is
necessary to preheat the grill before cooking certain foods, depending on the type of food and the
cooking temperature. Food that requires a high cooking temperature needs a pre-heat
period of five minutes; food that requires a lower cooking temperature needs only a period of two to
three minutes.
COOKING TEMPERATURES
High setting-Use this setting for fast warm-up, for searing steaks and chops, and grilling.
Low setting-Use this setting for all roasting, baking, and when cooking very lean cuts such as fish.
These temperatures vary with the outside temperature and the amount of wind.
Cooking with in-direct Heat: You can cook poultry and large cuts of meat slowly to perfection on one side
of the grill by indirect heat from the burner on the other side. Heat from the lighted burner circulates gently
throughout the grill, cooking the meat or poultry without any direct flame touching it. This method greatly
reduces flare-ups when cooking extra fatty cuts, because there is no direct flame to light the fats and
juices that drip down during cooking.
CAUTION: If burners go out during operation, close gas supply at source, and turn all gas valves off.
Open lid and wait five minutes before attempting to re-light (this allows accumulated gas fumes to clear).
CAUTION: Should a grease fire occur, close gas supply at source, turn off all burners and leave lid closed
until fire is out.
CAUTION: DO NOT attempt to disconnect any gas fitting while your grill is in operation. As with all
appliances, proper care and maintenance will keep them in top operating condition and prolong their life.
Your gas gill is no exception.
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Trouble Shooting
continued
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
When attempting to light my grill, it will not
light immediately.
• Make sure you have a spark while you are trying to light
the burner (if no spark)
• Ensure that the wire is connected to the electrode
assembly.
• Clean wire (s) and / or electrode with rubbing alcohol
and a clean swab. Wipe with a clean cloth.
• Check to see if the other burners operate. If so. Check the
gas orifice on the malfunctioning burner for an obstruction.
Rotisserie burner will not light.
• Check to see if debris is blocking the electrode.
• Check to see if there is a spark that jumps to the burner
from the electrode. If no spark is seen, check the battery
located inside the ignition box.
ƒ Does the infrared back burner light when attempting to
light with a match ? If not, check to ensure the gas is on.
Regulator makes noise.
• Vent hose on the regulator may be plugged or regulator
may be faulty.
• Ensure the vent hole on the regulator is not obstructed.
Clear the hole, close the gas control valves. Wait ten
minutes and re-start.
• Check your flames for proper performance. If the flames
are not correct replace regulator.
Full size cover does not fit the grill.
• Cover may be incorrect for your grill. It may be a tight fit.
Ensure the cover is the correct length for your grill.
Measure it left to right. Compare to the grill’s
measurement.
• Compare the location and size of the hood portion of the
cover to your grill.
• Spread the cover and allow it to relax, preferably in warm
sunlight or in a warm room.
• For grill with a side shelf bunch the cover like a sock, put
on left to right.
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Trouble Shooting
continued
Rotisserie motor will not turn
• Ensure the motor is connected to a properly grounded
power supply.
• Ensure the on / off switch is in the on position.
• Ensure that the spit is fully inserted into the rotisserie
motor
• Ensure that the load does not exceed the 40 pound
operational capacity.
• Ensure that there is no encumbrance or drag.
Grill only heats to 200-300 degrees.
•
•
•
•
•
Grill takes a long time to preheat.
• Normal preheat 500-600degrees, takes about 10-15 min.
Cold weather and wind may effect your preheat time.
• If you are using volcanic rock or briquettes they can
increase the preheat time and maximum temperature.
Burner flames are not light blue.
• Too much insufficient air intake for the flame.
• Elevation is the principal cause, however cold weather can
affect the mixture. Burner adjustment may be required.
• Grill is in a windy location.
Check to see if the fuel hose is bent or kinked.
Make sure the grill area is clear of dust.
Make sure the burner and orifices are clean.
Check for spiders and insects.
The regulator has a safety device that restricts the flow of
gas in the event of a leak. This safety device can be
triggered with out a gas leak. To reset the safety device,
turn off all burners and close the LP tank valve. Disconnect
the regulator from the LP tank and wait one minute.
Reconnect the regulator to the LP tank and slowly open the
LP tank valve until the valve is fully open. Light all burners
and observe the temperature.
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31
Exploded View
01
02
03
04
05
06
08
07
10
09
11
13
08
12
93
92
91
88
14
15
97
99
98
90
89
84
16
85
96
95
83
18
17
19
21
23
77
80
20
22
29
25
28
32
76
75
79
24
27
26
73
74
65
30
72
71
67
66
78
31
33
100
94
68
70
69
64
63
37
62
35
34
61
60
38
36
42
41
39
44
45
31
59
46
48
47
102
101
50
49
40 58
57
56
51
52
55
54
53
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Part List
No.
Part (Description)
QTY
No.
Part (Description)
QTY
01
Main Lid
1
34
Tank hook clamp
1
02
Main Lid Screw cover
2
35
Tank heat shield, top
1
03
Main Lid screw
2
36
Tank heat shield, bottom
1
04
Temperature Gauge Heat Insulating spacer
1
37
Swivel caster
1
05
Heat indicator
1
38
Side panel, left
1
06
Logo
1
39
Swivel caster with brake
1
07
Main Lid Handle Heat Insulating spacer
2
40
Caster
2
08
Main lid handle seat
2
41
Vertical bar barrier
1
09
Main Lid handle tube
1
42
Bottom panel
1
10
Spit rod
1
43
Gas tank retention clamp
1
11
Spit fork
2
44
Front trim panel, Bottom
1
12
Shaft collar
1
45
Cart Frame, Front
1
13
Rotisserie motor
1
46
Left door hinge bracket, top
1
14
Rotisserie motor bracket
1
47
Door magnet
2
15
Side Shelf , left
1
48
Front door, left
1
16
Side shelf front panel, left
1
49
Door handle
2
17
Bottle opener
1
50
Front door, right
1
18
Top Side Panel W/Bracket, Left
1
51
Lighting rod
1
19
Main Burner bowl assembly
1
52
Transformer
1
20
Front baffle
1
53
Plastic Bushing A
1
21
Rotisserie gas valve
1
54
Plastic Bushing B
1
22
Sear Gas Valve
1
55
Cable Strainer
1
23
Main Control Panel
1
56
Transformer supporting box cover
1
24
Main Control trim Panel
1
57
transformer box waterproof spacer
1
25
Light Switch
1
58
Transformer supporting box
1
26
Control knob
7
59
Side panel, right
1
27
Electronic Igniter Module
1
60
Back panel
1
28
Main Gas Valve
4
61
Rubber Grommet
2
29
Main manifold
1
62
Back panel, top
1
30
Side burner hose
1
63
Power cord fix bracket
1
31
cart frame
2
64
Side burner control panel
32
Grease Slide panel, bottom
1
65
Side manifold
33
Grease tray
1
66
Side manifold bracket
1
1
33
1
33
Part List
No.
Part (Description)
QTY
No.
Part (Description)
67
QTY
Side gas valve
1
100
Warming rack
1
68
Side Burner Flex Gas Line
1
101
Front door supporting bracket
4
69
side burner orifice brass connector
1
102
Right door hinge bracket, top
1
70
Side Burner Fix Bracket
1
71
Side burner pipe
1
72
side burner bracket
1
73
Side Burner Ring
1
74
Side Burner bowl assembly
1
75
Side Burner Igniter wire
1
76
Side burner lid
1
77
Side Burner Lid Hinge Rod
1
78
Regulator, LP
1
79
Side burner cooking grate
1
80
Top Side Panel W/Bracket, Right
1
81
Igniter wire cover
1
82
Rotisserie Burner Flex Gas line
1
83
Rotisserie orifice w/brass elbow
1
84
Rear Baffle
1
85
Rotisserie Burner pilot cover
1
86
Rotisserie burner pilot bracket
1
87
Rotisserie burner pilot
1
88
Rotisserie burner
1
89
Lamp
1
90
Lamp case
1
91
Sear burner standing pilot
1
92
Sear burner standing pilot bracket
1
93
Sear burner standing pilot cover
1
94
Sear burner
1
95
Main burner igniter wire
4
96
Main burner
4
97
Flame tamer A
1
98
Flame tamer B
3
99
Cooking grid with hole
3
34
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Ordering Parts
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS
IMPORTANT
To make sure you obtain the correct replacement
part(s) for your gas grill, please refer to the parts list
on pages 32-33. The following information is required
to assure getting the correct part.
Use only factory authorized parts. The use of any part
that is not factory authorized can be dangerous. This
will also void your warranty.
•Gas grills model number (see data sticker on grill).
•Part number of replacement part needed.
•Description of replacement part needed.
•Quantity of parts needed.
To obtain replacement parts, contact Member’s Mark
Customer Relations.
1-800-790-1299
1-909-718-1953
Fax: 1- 909-718-1949
Keep this assembly and operating instruction manual
for convenient referral, and for replacement parts
ordering.
CAUTION
Gas valves are present at the factory (valve assembly
will be marked accordingly). If you wish to convert at
some later date, be sure to contact your gas supplier or
grill dealer before making the conversion.
Different orifices must be installed when converting
from one type of gas to another. You will also need a
data plate indicating what type of gas is used by the
grill.
Grill Hints
The doneness of meat, whether rare, medium, or well
done, is affected to a large degree by the thickness of
the cut. Expert chefs say it is impossible to have a
rare doneness with a thin cut of meat.
The cooking time is affected by the kind of meat, the
size and shape of the cut, the temperature of the
meat when cooking begins, and the degree of
doneness desired.
When defrosting meats it is recommended that it be
done overnight in the refrigerator as opposed to a
microwave. This in general yields a juicier cut of meat.
Use a spatula instead of tongs or a fork to
turn the meat, as a spatula will not puncture the meat
and let the juices run out.
To get the juiciest meats, add seasoning or salt after the
cooking is finished on each side and turn the meat only
once (juices are lost when the meat is turned several
times). Turn the meat just after the juices begin to
bubble to the surface.
Trim any excess fat from the meat before cooking. To
prevent steaks or chops from curling during cooking, slit
the fat around the edges at 2-inch intervals.
DO NOT LEAVE THE GRILL UNATTENDED WHILE
COOKING.
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Grill Cooking Chart
FOOD
WEIGHT OR
THICKNESS
FLAME
SIZE
APPROXIMATE
TIME
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
AND TIPS
Slice. Dot with butter or margarine. Wrap in
heavy-duty foil. Grill, turning occasionally.
VEGETABLES
Fresh
Beets
Carrots
Turnips
Medium
12 to 20 minutes
Grill, turning once. Brush
occasionally with melted butter or margarine.
Onion
1/2 inch slices
Medium
8 to 20 minutes
Season with Italian dressing, butter, or margarine.
Potatoes
Sweet
Whole
Medium
40 to 60 minutes
Wrap individually in heavy-duty foil. Grill,
rotating occasionally.
White
6 to 8 ounces
High
45 to 60 minutes
Frozen
Asparagus
Peas
Green beans
Sprouts
Medium
15 to 30 minutes
Dot with butter or margarine.
Wrap in heavy-duty foil. Grill, turning
occasionally.
French fries
Medium
15 to 30 minutes
Place in aluminum foil pan.
Grill, stirring occasionally.
Medium
10 to 18 minutes
Grill, turning once when juices rise to the surface.
Do not leave hamburgers unattended since a flareup could occur quickly. Cook to internal
temperature of 160 degrees.
High
8 to 15 minutes
MEATS BEEF
Hamburgers
Tenderloin
Porterhouse
Rib eye
1/2 to 3/4 inch
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FOOD
WEIGHT OR
THICKNESS
FLAME
SIZE
APPROXIMATE
TIME
PORK
Chops
1 inch
Medium
20 to 30 minutes
Well-done
1-1/2 inches
Medium
30 to 40 minutes
Ribs
Ham steaks
(precooked)
Medium
1 inch slices
30 to 40 minutes
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
AND TIPS
Trim edges. Grill, turning once. Cook to desired
doneness.
Grill, turning occasionally.
During last few minutes brush with barbecue sauce, turn
several times.
High
4 to 8 minutes
Trim edges. Grill, turning once.
Hot dogs
Low
5 to 10 minutes
Slit skin. Grill, turning once.
POULTRY
Low or
Medium
Up to 1 hour
Medium
30 to 45 minutes
2 to 3 pounds
Breasts
well-done
continued
Place skin side up. Grill, turning and brushing
frequently with melted butter, margarine, oil or
marinade.
Marinate as desired.
FISH AND
SEAFOOD
Halibut
Salmon
Swordfish
Whole
Catfish
Rainbow trout
3/4 to 1 inch
4 to 8 ounces
Medium to
High
Medium to
High
Grill, turning once. Brush with melted butter, margarine
or oil to keep moist.
8 to 15 minutes
12 to 20 minutes
Grill, turning once. Brush with melted butter, margarine
or oil. Brush with melted butter and lemon juice.
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BBQ SALMON
TANGY SEAFOOD KABOBS
2 large salmon steaks
1 lb. Large shrimp, shelled &
deveined
¾ lbs. sea scallops
2/3 c. chili sauce
¼ c. cider vinegar
2 tbs. Oil
Salt & pepper
2 oz. thin bacon slices
2 tbs. Butter
1 tbs. Lemon juice
Spring of parsley
Lemon wedges
Preheat the BBQ.
Brush the steaks with oil and
season with salt and pepper. Place
on BBQ grill and cook for 10
minutes, turning steaks over
halfway cooking time.
Meanwhile fry the bacon in a pan
on the side burner. Drain on paper
towels. Meld the butter in a small
saucepan taking care not to
discolor it. Arrange the fish and
bacon on serving plates. Pour the
butter over and sprinkle with lemon
juice. Garnish with parsley springs
and lemon wedges. Serve with
boiled potatoes tossed in butter
and sprinkled with chopped parsley
and a crisp lettuce salad.
Note: Substitute catfish, halibut or
cod for salmon.
BAKED CHILI CORN
6 medium ears corn, husked
3 tbs. Butter or margarine, melted
Dash ground cumin
Dash ground coriander
About ½ hour before cooking, turn
the butter on for grill. Place each
corn on a heavy-duty foil. In a bowl,
combine remaining ingredients.
Mix well. Brush 1-1/2 tsp. Butter
mixture over each ear. Close foil
and fold up ends to seal. Place on
grill. Cook, turning packets
occasionally 10 to 12 minutes or
until cooked through.
butter and sprinkled with chopped
parsley and a crisp lettuce salad.
In medium bowl, combine shrimp
and scallops. In small bowl
combine chili sauce and next six
ingredients. Pour over seafood.
Toss to coat. Cover, refrigerate 2
hours.
3 tbs. chopped parsley
1 tbs. vegetable oil
1 tbs. Worcestershire sauce
½ tsp. prepared horseradish
1 cove garlic, minced
1 20 oz. Can pineapple chunks in
juice, drained half hour before
cooking, turn the burner to the grill
on full. Drain seafood reserving
marinade. On each of twelve 10”
skewers, thread 2 shrimps and 2
scallops, alternating with pineapple
chunks. Place skewers on grill.
Cook 7-10 minutes, often basting
and turning.
BBQ the chops brushing with the
marinade occasionally. Serve with
mixed salad, dressed with
vinaigrette flavored with fresh dill.
BARBECUED LONDON BROIL
4 to 6 servings
¾ c. Italian dressing
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp. dry mustard
¼ tsp. thyme, crushed
1 medium onion, sliced
1 pound flank steak, scored
2 tbs. butter, melted
Combine first 4 ingredients, add
onion and marinade flank steak
with it. Refrigerate at least 4 hours
or overnight. Remove steak and
grill on your preheated BBQ grill.
Grill 5 to 7 minutes on each side
basting frequently with the
marinade. In the meantime sauté
onions from the marinade in butter
in a skillet on your side burner for 3
minutes. To serve, slice steak
diagonally into thin slices, sprinkle
onions over top. Garnish with
vegetable kabobs.
PORK CHOPS
BARBECUED POTATOES and
CHEESE
4 Pork chops
Marinade
1 large onion
2 tbs. lemon juice or vinegar
2 tbs. oil
½ tsp. powdered mustard
2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
½ tsp. freshly ground black pepper
1 tsp. sugar
½ tsp. paprika
1 clove garlic
1-1/2 cups shredded cheddar
cheese
1 can (10-3/4 oz.) condensed
cream of mushroom soup
1/3 cup milk
2 tbs. barbecue sauce
¼ tsp. oregano
¼ tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. pepper
4 cups thinly sliced potatoes (4
medium-sized potatoes)
Peel, grate onion, and add rest of
the ingredients except the pork
chops. Mix well. Pour over chops
and marinate one hour in a cool
place. Turn the BBQ grill on full.
Heat 10 minutes.
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Preheat grill. Combine cheese,
condensed soup, milk, BBQ sauce,
oregano, salt and pepper in a large
mixing bowl. Stir in potatoes until
well coated. Turn into well
buttered1-1/2 quart rectangular
baking dish. Cover dish with
aluminum foil. Bake covered 25
minutes on medium with the lid of
your BBQ grill closed. Remove foil
and continue baking 15 minutes
longer or until potatoes are tender.
Let stand 5 minutes before serving.
VEGETABLE KABOBS
3 medium-sized zucchini
12 cherry tomatoes
12 fresh mushrooms
Grated Parmesan cheese
Parboil whole zucchini 5 minutes
on your side burner or until just
tender. Drain and cut into ½ inch
slices. Thread zucchini, tomatoes
and mushrooms alternately on
each of six skewers. Brush with
marinade made of Italian dressing,
Worcestershire sauce, mustard
and thyme. Grill 5 to 7 minutes
turning and basting occasionally.
Sprinkle liberally with Parmesan
cheese.
FAJITAS
1-1/2 lb. flank steak or boned
chicken breasts
2 tbs. oil
½ cup limejuice
½ tsp. salt
½ tsp. celery salt
¼ tsp. garlic powder
½ tsp. pepper
¼ tsp. oregano
¼ tsp. cumin
Flour tortillas lemon
Pound flank steak to ¼ inch
thickness or flatten chicken breasts.
Mix oil, lime juice and seasonings
in a zip lock bag. Add meat and
shake bag to coat the meat.
Refrigerate overnight or at least 6
to 8 hours. Wrap tortillas in foil.
Remove meat from marinade.
Cook on a pre-heated gas grill for
5 to 8 minutes on each side. While
meat is cooking, heat tortillas on
grill. Slice meat across grain in thin
slices. Place on hot platter.
Squeeze lemon juice over. Wrap
meat and any of the following
toppings in tortillas: chopped
tomatoes, guacamole, sour cream,
taco sauce.
BEEF AND LAMB KABOBS
Serve 4
½ lb. boneless sirloin or beef cut
into 1” cubes
½ lb. boneless loin of lamb cut into
1” cubes
2/3 c. water, divided
¼ c. chopped onion
2 tbs. soy sauce
¼ c. vegetable oil, divided
1 tbs. dark brown sugar
1 tbs. fresh lemon juice
2 cloves garlic, minced
¼ tsp. ground cumin
¼ tsp. ground coriander
¼ tsp. ground turmeric
1/8 tsp. ground red pepper
1/8 tsp. ground ginger
1 red pepper cut into chunks
1 large banana, cut into chunks
8 small mushrooms
1/3 c. smooth peanut butter
continued
In blender, process 1/3 c. water,
onion, soy sauce, 2 tsp. oil and the
next 8 ingredients until smooth.
Pour over meat cubes and
marinate about 4 hours, turning
occasionally. Drain and reserve
marinade. Onto to four 12”
skewers alternately thread meat,
pepper, banana and mushrooms.
Preheat grill. Brush the kabobs
with oil. Grill 7-8 minutes each side.
Bring marinade to boil on the side
burner in a saucepan. Add
remaining 1/3 c. water and peanut
butter. Stir to blend. Heat through.
If sauce gets too thick, add 1 tbs.
water. Serve sauce with kabobs.
EGGPLANT CAVIAR
1 large eggplant
2 tbs. olive oil
2 tbs. wine vinegar
2 tbs. finely chopped onion
½ clove garlic, minced
1 medium tomato, chopped salt
and pepper
Roast eggplant on gas grill over
medium flame, turning
occasionally until thoroughly
cooked. This may take 30 minutes.
Remove from grill and cool for
handling. Strip off the skin and
chop eggplant finely. Add all the
seasonings. Chill thoroughly and
serve on toast.
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CHICKEN TANDOORI STYLE
8 large chicken thighs or
drumsticks
1 c. plain nonfat yogurt
½ c. lemon juice
2 tsp. salt
½ tsp. cayenne
½ tsp. black pepper
½ tsp. crushed garlic
½ tsp. grated ginger
1 tbs. corn oil
Combine all the ingredients in a
large mixing bowl and marinate the
chicken for 8 hours in the
refrigerator. Drain the chicken and
spread on the spit running the rod
on the fleshier side of the bone.
Rotis using the rotisserie burner.
Cook on medium high heat for 40
minutes basting occasionally with
the remainder of the marinade
mixture. Serve with sliced onions
and lemon wedges.
SPARE RIBS
Marinade:
1 c. soy sauce
½ c. honey
½ c. vinegar
½ c. dry sherry
2 tsp. chopped garlic
2 tsp. sugar
1 c. water
1 chicken bouillon cube
1 can beer for basting sauce
Marinade ribs for 3 hours. Use
marinade for basting by adding
beer to it. Place pan under the ribs
and baste frequently. To cook ribs
select lean, meaty ribs and
accordion pleat them with your spit.
Slide four prong meat hook down
the length of spit and tighten. At
the beginning of
the rack and to its center,
penetrate the second rib with the
pointed end of the spit and push it
between the meat. Skip a couple
and continue the process until the
entire rack is accordion pleated.
Fasten the second meat hook into
the rack. Turn your rotisserie
burner on high. Rotis for 50
minutes or until done.
PORK ROAST
Apple cider vinegar basting sauce:
1 c. apple cider vinegar
6 oz. water
½ stick butter
Salt, pepper, parsley and garlic
seasoning
2 oz. lemon juice
10 lbs. pork roast
continued
TURKEY
12 lb. turkey
Beer basting sauce:
1 can beer
12 oz. water
1 stick butter
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. pepper
½ tsp. garlic flakes
1 tsp. parsley
Thaw the bird completely. Wash
inside out. Securely tie the legs
and wings. Light rotisserie burner.
Turn to high. Combine all the
ingredients for basting sauce in a
shallow pan. Place it under the
turkey 15 to 20 minutes. Cook for
approximately 3 hours. The basting
sauce combined with turkey
drippings makes a delicious gravy.
Time: 1-1/2 hours to 2 hours
Bring pork to room temperature
before placing it on the spit rod.
Place on the rod and test for
balance. Light rotis burner. Turn
control knob to high. Use the
above basting sauce for rotissing.
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