THE PROFESSIONAL
36/48” BG GRILL
Use and Care Guide
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BG36-BQARN
BG36-BQARL
BG48-BQARL
BG48-BQARN
BG48-BQRL
BG48-BQRN
A Message To Our Customers
Thank you for selecting this DCS Professional “BG” Series Grills. Because of these appliances unique features
we have developed this Use and Care Guide. It contains valuable information on how to properly operate and
maintain your new appliance for years of safe and enjoyable cooking.
To help serve you better, please fill out and return the Ownership Registration Card and keep this guide handy,
as it will help answer questions that may arise as you use your new appliance.
For your convenience, product questions can be answered by a
DCS Consumer Service Representative at 1-888-281-5698,
or by mail:
DCS
Attention: Customer Service,
5800 Skylab Road, Huntington Beach, CA 92647
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death.
Read the installation, operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before use, installing or servicing this
equipment. For outdoor use only.
PRECAUTION
Do Not store or use gasoline or any other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flames.
3. If odor continues, immediately call your gas supplier.
PLEASE RETAIN THIS MANUAL
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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Table Of Contents
SAFETY PRACTICES & PRECAUTIONS ...........................................................................3-5
GRILL MODELS .......................................................................................................................................6
GAS REQUIREMENTS ....................................................................................................................7-8
LOCATING GRILL / BUILT-IN CLEARANCES .............................................................9-10
BUILT-IN CONSTRUCTION DETAILS ..................................................................................11
LEAK TESTING .....................................................................................................................................12
INSTALLER FINAL CHECKLIST ...............................................................................................13
BURNER ADJUSTMENTS ..............................................................................................................14
USING THE GRILL ........................................................................................................................15-16
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................16-17
USING THE SMOKER SYSTEM ..................................................................................................18
USING THE ROTISSERIE ........................................................................................................19-22
CARE & CLEANING ..........................................................................................................................23
BURNER REMOVAL & CLEANING .........................................................................................24
TROUBLESHOOTING .....................................................................................................................25
PARTS LISTS
Grill Burner Assembly Parts List ...............................................................................................26
Grill Body Parts List .....................................................................................................................27
Rotisserie Assembly Parts List ...................................................................................................28
Smoker Burner Assembly Parts List .........................................................................................29
48 Grill Cart Parts List................................................................................................................30
36 Grill Cart Parts List................................................................................................................31
WIRING DIAGRAM
Wiring Diagram – BG36-BQAR Models ................................................................................32
Wiring Diagram – BG48-BQR Models ...................................................................................33
Wiring Diagram – BG48-BQAR Models ................................................................................34
SERVICE .....................................................................................................................................................35
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................................................36
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Safety Practices & Precautions
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: Certain Liquid Propane dealers may fill liquid propane cylinders for
use in the grill beyond cylinder filling capacity. This “Overfilling” may create a dangerous
condition.
“Overfilled” tanks can build up excess pressure. As a safety device, the tanks pressure relief valve will
vent propane gas vapor to relieve this excess pressure. This vapor is combustible and therefore can be
ignited. To reduce this danger, you should take the following safety precautions:
1. When you have your tank filled, be sure you tell the supplier to fill it to no more than 3/4 (75%) of
its total capacity.
2. If you own or use an extra spare tank, or have a disconnected tank, you should NEVER store it near
or under the grill unit or heat box, or near any other ignition or heat source. A
metallic sticker with this warning is attached to the grill to remind you, your
family and all others who may use your BBQ grill of these safety precautions.
Do not remove this sticker.
WARNING: Do not try lighting this appliance without reading the “LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS” section of this manual.
• This Grill is for outdoor use only.
Children should not be left alone or unattended in an area where the grill is being
used. Never allow them to sit, stand or play on or around the grill at any time.
When in use, portions of the grill get hot enough to cause severe burns.
• Do not store items of interest to children around or below the grill, in the cart
or masonry enclosure. Never allow children to crawl inside a cart or enclosure.
• Never let clothing, pot holders or other flammable materials come in contact with or too close to
any grate, burner or hot surface until it has cooled. Fabric may ignite and result in personal injury.
• Do not heat unopened food containers as a build-up of pressure may cause the container to burst.
• Use a covered hand when opening the grill lid and only do so slowly to allow heat and steam to
escape.
• Never lean over an open grill. When lighting a burner, always pay close attention to what you are
doing. Be certain you are pushing the ignition labeled for the burner you intend on using.
• When using the grill, do not touch the grill rack, burner grate or immediate surrounding area as
these areas become extremely hot and could cause burns.
• Grease is flammable. Let hot grease cool before attempting to handle it. Avoid letting grease
deposits collect in the drip pan. Clean often.
• Do not use aluminum foil to line drip pans or grill racks. This can severely upset combustion air
flow or trap excessive heat in the control area. The result of this can be melted knobs or ignitions
buttons.
• Begin by insuring proper installation and servicing. Follow the installation instructions provided with
this product. Have your grill installed by a qualified technician. Have the installer show you where
the gas supply shut off valve is located so that you know where to shut off the gas to the grill. If you
smell gas, your installer has not done a proper job of checking for leaks. If the connections are not
perfectly seated and tightened, you can have a small leak and therefore a faint gas smell. Finding a
leak is not a “do-it-yourself ” procedure. Some leaks can only be found with the burner control in
the “on” position and this must be done by a qualified technician.
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Safety Practices & Precautions
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. Use of these types of materials may break with sudden temperature changes. Use
only on low or medium heat settings according to the manufacturer’s directions.
WARNING: Spiders and insects can nest in the burners of this and any other grill, and cause the gas
to flow from the front of the burner. This is a very dangerous condition which can cause
a fire to occur behind the valve panel, thereby damaging the grill components and
making it unsafe to operate.
WARNING:
Keep the area surrounding the grill free from combustible materials, trash, or
combustible fluids and vapors such as gasoline or charcoal lighter fluid. Do not obstruct
the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
WARNING: Never use the grill in windy conditions. If located in a consistently windy area
(oceanfront, mountaintop, etc.) a wind break will be required. Always adhere to the
specified clearances listed.
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• When using the open top burners always use flat bottomed utensils which are large enough to
cover the burner. Adjust the flame so that it heats only the bottom of the pan to avoid ignition of
clothing. Position handles inward away from open edges of the unit to avoid burns associated with
unintentional spillovers. Hold the handle of the pan to prevent movement of the utensil when
turning or stirring food. For proper lighting and performance of the burners keep the ports clean.
It is necessary to clean them periodically for optimum performance.
• Clean the grill with caution. Avoid steam burns; do not use a wet sponge or cloth to clean the grill
while it is hot. Some cleaners produce noxious fumes or can ignite if applied to a hot surface.
• Be sure all grill controls are turned off and 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.
• Do not use the grill for cooking excessively fatty meats or products which promote flare-ups.
• Never grill without the drip pan in place and pushed all the way to the back of the grill. Without it
hot grease could leak downward and produce a fire or explosion hazard.
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Safety Practices & Precautions
• Do not operate the grill under unprotected combustible construction. Use only in well ventilated
areas. Do not use in buildings, garages, sheds, breezeway or other such enclosed areas. This unit is
for outdoor use only.
• If a cart unit is stored indoors ensure that it is cool, fold the side shelf down, then push, never pull,
the grill. If LP, the cylinder must be unhooked and the LP cylinder stored outside in a well ventilated
area, out of reach of children.
• Do not use charcoal in the grill. Never use the grill in a windy area. Keep any electrical supply cord,
or the rotisserie motor cord away from the heated areas of the grill.
• Never use a dented or rusty LP tank. Keep the ventilation openings of the cylinder enclosure free
and clear from debris.
• Use only dry potholders; moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces may cause burns from steam.
Do not use a towel or bulky cloth in place of potholders. Do not let potholders touch hot portions
of the grill rack or burner grate.
• CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65-WARNING: The Burning of gas cooking fuel generates
some by products which are on the list of substances which are known by the State of California to
cause cancer or reproductive harm. California law requires businesses to warn customers of
potential exposure to such substances. To minimize exposure to these substances always operate
this unit according to the Use and Care Manual, ensuring you provide good ventilation when cooking
with gas.
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tions
Grill Models
BG48-BQAR
BG48-BQR
BG36-BQAR
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Gas Requirements
Verify the type of gas supply to be used, either
FIG.01 Natural Gas
natural or LP, and make sure the marking on the
appliance rating plate agrees with that of the supply.
The rating plate is located on the inside back wall
of the Grill. Never connect an unregulated gas line
to the appliance.
An installer supplied gas shut-off valve must be
installed in an easily accessible location. All installer
supplied parts must conform to local codes, or in
the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-1990, and the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1-1988.
All pipe sealants must be an approved type and
resistant to the actions of LP gases. Never use
pipe sealant on flare fittings. All gas connections
should be made by a competent technician and in
accordance with local codes and ordinances. In the
absence of local codes, the installation must comply
with the national fuel gas code ANSI Z223.1-1988. Gas conversion kits are available from the factory.
When ordering gas conversion kits have the model number, and the type of gas (natural or LP) from
your grill.
TOTAL GAS CONSUMPTION OF THE GRILL WITH ALL BURNERS ON HI:
BG48-BQR - 124,000 Btu/hr
BG48-BQAR - 134,000 Btu/hr
BG36-BQAR - 94,000 Btu/hr
The appliance and its individual shut off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system
during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 PSIG (3.5 kPa.) The
appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shut-off
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than
1/2 PSIG (3.5 kPa.). The installation of this appliance must conform with local codes or, in the absence
of local codes, with the national fuel gas code, ANSI Z223.1a-1988. Installation in Canada must be in
accordance with the Standard Can1-b149.1 and/or .2 (installation code for gas burning appliances and
equipment) and local codes.
NATURAL GAS HOOK UP:
Connection: 1/2" NPT male with 3/8" flare adapter. Operating pressure: 4.0" W.C.
Supply pressure: 5" to 14" water column. If in excess of 14" W.C. a step down regulator is required.
Check with your local gas utility company or with local codes for instructions on installing gas supply
lines. Be sure to check on type and size of run, and how deep to bury the line. If the gas line is too
small, the grill will not function properly. Any joint sealant used must be an approved type and be
resistive to the actions of LP gases.
TO HOOK-UP THE FITTINGS SUPPLIED WITH THE GRILL:
Assemble as shown (Fig.01). Use threading compound on male threads only. Do not use threading
compound on the male end of the 1/2 NPT to 3/8 flare adapter. Use a second pipe wrench to hold
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Gas Requirements
the grill inlet pipe to avoid shifting any internal gas lines of the grill. Ensure that the regulator arrow
points in the direction of gas flow towards the unit, away from the supply. Do not forget to place the
installer supplied gas valve in an accessible location.
LP GAS HOOK UP (TYPE 1 OR QCC1 REGULATOR):
Grills orificed for use with LP gas come equipped with an high capacity hose/regulator assembly for
connection to a standard 20 lb. LP cylinder (Type 1). The LP tank is not included.
Connection: 1/2" NPT male with a 3/8" Flare adapter (included). LP Hose with a quick disconnect and
fittings are included. Operating pressure: 10.0"W.C.
To connect the LP regulator/hose assembly to the tank/valve assembly, first make sure the main valve on
the tank is completely closed. Although the flow of gas is stopped when the Type 1 system is disconnected as part of of its safety feature, you should always turn the LP tank main valve (Fig.02) off after
each use and during transport of the tank or unit. Insert the regulator inlet into the tank valve and turn
to the black coupler clockwise until the coupler tightens up. Do not overtighten the coupler. Turn
the main tank valve on and turn the burner control valves on the unit to the “lite” position for about 20
seconds to allow the air in the system to purge before attempting to light the burners.
To disconnect the coupler, first make sure the main tank valve is turned off. Grasp the coupler and turn
counter clockwise. The inlet will then disengage, remove the inlet from the tank valve opening if it has
not already done so when it disengaged. Your local LP filling station should be equipped with the proper
equipment to fill your tank.
LP TANK REQUIREMENTS:
A dented or rusty LP tank may be hazardous and should be checked by your LP supplier. Never
use a cylinder with a damaged valve. Always check for leaks after every LP tank change. The LP gas
cylinder must be constructed and marked in accordance with the specifications for LP gas cylinders of the U.S.
Department of Transportation (DOT) and designed for use with a Type 1 system only. Do not change the
regulator/hose assembly from that supplied with the unit or attempt to use a Type 1 equipped regulator/hose
assembly with a standard 510 POL tank/valve assembly. The cylinder must be provided with a shut off valve
terminating in an LP gas supply cylinder valve outlet specified, as applicable, for connection Type 1. 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.
FIG.02 LP Gas
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Locating Grill/Built-In Clearances
INSULATED JACKET:
Do not build the Grill under overhead unprotected combustible construction. If the Grill is to be
placed into a combustible enclosure, an approved insulated jacket is necessary and is available from
your dealer. Use only the DCS insulated jacket which has specifically been designed and tested for this
purpose.
LOCATION:
When determining a suitable location take into account concerns such as exposure to wind, proximity
to traffic paths and keeping any gas or electrical supply lines as short as possible. Locate the grill only
in a well ventilated area. Never locate the grill in a building, garage, breezeway, shed or other such
enclosed areas without an approved ventilation system. During heavy use, the grill will produce a lot of
smoke. Ensure there is adequate area for it to dissipate.
Important : Gas fittings, regulator, and installer supplied shut-off valves must be easily accessible.
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION:
A Minimum of 12" from the sides and a minimum of 12" from the back must be maintained from the
Grill above and below the cooking surface to adjacent vertical combustible construction. (Fig. 03)
CLEARANCES TO NON-COMBUSTIBLE CONSTRUCTION:
A minimum of 3" clearance from the back of the grill to non-combustible construction is required for
the purpose of allowing the lid to open fully. It is desirable to allow at least 6" side clearance to noncombustible construction above the cooking surface for counter space. If you’ll be using the rotisserie
option, the space is essential for motor and skewer clearance. The Grill can be placed directly adjacent
to non-combustible construction below the cooking surface. (Fig. 03)
FIG.03
"
"
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Built–In Grill Clearances
GENERAL
The Grill is designed for easy placement into masonry enclosures. For non-combustible applications
the grill drops into the opening shown in (Fig. 04) and hangs from its side flanges. A deck is not
required to support it from the bottom.When using the insulated jacket in a combustible enclosure
application, see the bottom of Fig. 04.The jacket assembly must be supported from the bottom by a
ledge on each side or a solid deck beneath the entire grill or insulated jacket
Review the detail drawing shown (Fig. 04) and take into account the provisions shown for gas line
hook-up clearance in the left rear corner. It is recommended that ventilation holes are provided in the
enclosure in the event of a gas leak. The supporting ledges or deck must be level and flat. The counter
should also be level.
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Built–In Construction Details
FIG.04
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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, or immediately check if the smell of gas is detected.
BEFORE TESTING:
Do not smoke while leak testing. Extinguish all open flames. Never 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 LP units, check with a full cylinder.
The valve panel must be removed to check the valves and fittings. Remove the knobs, then remove the
4 screws which fasten the valve panel to the unit (you will need a torx head for this). Pull the valve
panel outward and unplug the wires from the back of the ignition button. If your grill has the optional
rotis burner, remove the screws which hold the inspection cover in place.
TO TEST:
Make sure all control valves are in the “OFF” position. Turn the gas supply “ON”. Check all
connections from the supply line, or LP cylinder up to and including the manifold pipe assembly. Apply
the soap solution around the connection, valve and tubing. Soap bubbles will appear where a leak is
present. If a leak is present, immediately turn off gas supply, tighten any leaking fittings, turn gas on, and
recheck. Check all the gas connections at the base of the control valves where they screw into the
manifold pipe.
To check rotis burner and safety valve the burner must be lit, then leak test the connections located
under the safety cover. If you cannot stop a gas leak turn off the gas supply and call your local gas
utility, or the dealer you purchased the appliance from. Only those parts recommended by the
manufacturer should be used on the Grill. Substitution can void the warranty.
Do not use the grill until all connections have been checked and do not leak.
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 valve. Spray all the fittings. Bubbles indicate leaks. (Fig. 05 & 06)
FIG.05 LP Gas
FIG.06 Nat. Gas
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Installer Checklist/Burner Adjustments
INSTALLER FINAL CHECKLIST:
❏ Specified clearances maintained to combustibles.
❏ Nylon straps removed from
burners.
❏ All internal packaging
removed.
❏ Knobs turn freely, bezels
centered.
❏ Each burner lights satisfatorily, individually or with
adjacent burner lit.
❏ Air shutters adjusted.
❏ Adjustable low setting satisfactory.
❏ Drip pan in place properly
and sliding freely.
❏ Pressure regulator connected
and set for 4.0"W.C. Natural,
11.2" W.C. LP gas.
❏ Manual shut off valve
installed and accessible.
❏ User informed of gas supply
shut off valve location.
• PLEASE LEAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE
USER.
• USER, PLEASE RETAIN
THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
❏ Unit tested and free of leaks.
GRILL BURNER FLAME HEIGHT:
To access the grill burner air shutters first remove the valve panel by removing the four screws on the
corners of the valve panel. Remove the control knobs. Pull the valve panel outward while unplugging
the rotary igniter. With a screw driver, loosen the lock-screw on the face of the air shutter. Light the
burner and adjust according to the directions above. Access for the power burner air shutters is
through the top after removing the top burner grate (See Fig. 07).
BURNER AIR ADJUSTMENT:
Each grill burner is tested and adjusted at the factory prior to shipment; however, variations in the local
gas supply or a conversion from one gas to another may make it necessary to adjust the burners. The
flames of the burners (except the rotisserie burner) should be visually checked and compared to that
of the drawing in Fig.08 and Fig. 09. Flames should be blue and stable with no yellow tips, excessive
noise or lifting. If any of these conditions exist, check if the air shutter or burner ports are blocked by
dirt, debris, spider webs, etc. Proceed with air shutter adjustment. The amount of air which enters a
burner is governed by a sheet metal cup or disk at the inlet of the burner called an air shutter. It is
locked in place by a set screw which must be loosened prior to lighting the burner for adjustment.
FIG.8 Power Burner Air Shutters
FIG. 07 Burner Flame Height
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Burner Adjustments /Using The Grill
WARNING: IMPORTANT! Before lighting . . .Inspect the gas
supply piping or hose prior to turning the gas "on". If there
is evidence of cuts, wear, or abrasion, it must be replaced
prior to use.
FIG.9 Power Burner Flame Height
TO ADJUST:
1. Be careful as the burner may be very hot.
2. If the flame is yellow, indicating insufficient air, turn the airshutter
counterclockwise to allow more air to the burner.
3. If the flame is noisy and tends to lift away from the burner,
indicating too much air, turn the air shutter clockwise.
4. Once adjusted turn the burner off and reverse steps to
reassemble.
FIG.10 Low Setting Adjustment
LOW SETTING ADJUSTMENTS:
The valves on the grill feature an adjustable low setting. Due to
fluctuations in gas pressure, heating value or gas conversion, you may
feel it necessary to increase or decrease gas flow in the low position.
We do not recommend adjusting the infra-red rotis burner.
TO ADJUST:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Light the burner.
Turn the control knob to the lowest setting (all the way counter-clockwise).
Remove the knob.
While holding the valve shaft with pliers, insert a thin, flat tipped screwdriver into the shaft and
while viewing the burner adjust to a minimum stable flame (Fig. 10).
GRILL:
Each grill section consists of a large stainless steel burner, a series of stainless FIG.11
steel heat baffles, a series of ceramic tubes encased in a stainless steel rack,
and a stainless steel heat retaining cooking rack. Each burner is rated at
25,000 Btu/hr. Below each burner is a stainless steel heat baffle which reflects
usable heat upward into the cooking area and reduces temperatures of the
drip pan below. Above the burners are stainless steel radiants which encase
the ceramic tubes and protect the grill burner ports from blockage.
CERAMIC TUBES:
The Grill is supplied with radiant ceramic tubes. Because of the porosity of ceramic tubes it is superior
in its ability to capture heat as it rises from the grill burners. They also possess the thermal mass
needed for results. Flare ups are controlled because our radiant ceramic tubes keeps grease from
getting to the flames and igniting. The intense heat produced by this system produces true grilled
flavor as fats and juices are brought to the surface of the food and caramelized. Discoloration is
normal after use.
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Using The Grill
The replacement pressure regulators and hose assembly must be the type specified by the
manufacturer. Do not use the grill if the odor of gas is present. The pressure regulator and hose
assembly supplied with the unit must be used. If the unit is LP, screw the regulator into the tank and
leak check the hose and regulator connections with a soap and water solution before operating the
grill. Turn all knobs to "off" then turn on the gas supply. If LP, is there gas in the tank? Always keep
your face and body as far away from the grill as possible when lighting.
• DO NOT leave the grill unattended while cooking.
• Keep a spray bottle of soapy water near the gas supply valve and check the connections before
each use.
• Do not attempt to "LITE " the grill if the odor of gas is present.
• Wait 5 minutes before relighting a hot grill.
GRILLING 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 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.
Note: The hot grill sears the food, sealing in the juices. The longer the preheat, the faster the meat
browns and the darker the grill marks.
USING THE GRILL NATURAL GAS:
Grilling requires high heat for searing and proper browning. Most foods are cooked at the “MEDIUM”
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 a lower setting after the initial browning. This cooks the food through
without burning the outside. Foods cooked for a long time or basted with a sugary marinade may
need a lower heat setting near the end of the cooking time.
1. Check to be certain the drip tray is in place.
2. Light the grill burners using the instructions in Use and Care Manual.
3.With the grill lid open, turn the control knob to “HI” and preheat the grill for 15 minutes.
The grill lid is to be closed during the appliance preheat period.
4. Place the food on the grill and cook to the desired doneness. Adjust heat setting, if
necessary. The control knob may be set to any position between “HI” and “LO”.
5. Allow grill to cool and clean the drip tray after each use.
Note: If using LP gas, your preheat time may be shorter than recommended. To prevent overcooking or
burning you may want to lower heat settings.
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Using The Grill/Lighting Instructions
USING THE GRILL LP GAS:
Grilling requires high heat for searing and proper browning. Most foods are cooked at the “Medium”
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 a lower setting after the initial browning. This cooks the food through
without burning the outside. Foods cooked for a long time or basted with a sugary marinade may need
a lower heat setting near the end of the cooking time.
1. Check to be certain the drip tray is in place.
2. Light the grill burners using the instructions in Use and Care Manual.
3.Turn the control knob to “HI”. Once the burner is lit, typical preheat time for grills using LP
gas is 5 to 10 minutes. The grill lid is to be closed during the appliance preheat period.
4. Place the food on the grill and cook to the desired doneness. Adjust heat setting, if necessary.
The control knob may be set to any position between “HI” and “LO”.
5. Allow grill to cool and clean the drip tray after each use
Grilling Method Note: Indirect cooking method is a popular alternative to direct heat grilling. Indirect cooking
uses heat from adjacent burners to cook food and in many cases, reduces the possibility of overcooked or overly
browned food. Foods most appropriate for indirect grilling included breads, thicker pieces of chicken or steaks.
Direct Heat Grilling
(Hot Dogs, Hamburgers,
Typical Thickness Steaks/Chicken)
Indirect Heat Grilling
HEAT
Food
Grill
Rack
HEAT
HEAT
HEAT
HEAT
Burner
Burner
Off
TO LIGHT THE GRILL BURNER:
NOTE: Open the grill cover and/or remove the top grate cover before lighting. Turn all knobs to “OFF”.
Turn the main gas supply on. If you smell gas, shut off gas supply and call for service.
Push and hold the ignition button, turn the selected burner knob to “LITE”. If burner does not light in 4
to 5 seconds turn knob “OFF” and wait 5 minutes before trying again for any accumulated gas to
dissipate.
MATCH LIGHTING:
If the burner will not light after several attempts then the burner can be match lit. If you’ve just
attempted to light the burner with the ignition, allow 5 minutes for any accumulated gas to dissipate.
Keep your face as far away from the grill as possible and hold and pass a lit, long stem match over the
hole located on the top left for burner on the left, or the right hole for the right burner (on page 17,
Fig.13). Push and turn the control knob which is centered on the burner where the lit match is located,
to “LITE”. If the burner does not light in 4 seconds turn the knob off, wait 5 minutes and try again.
16
Lighting Instructions
MATCH LIGHTING (CONTINUED):
Once the left or right burner is lit, the adjacent burner(s) can be lit by the cross-lighting method. For
center burners to cross light, light the adjacent far left or right burner using the standard or match
light procedure. Push and turn the control knob for the desired center burner to “Lite” the gas will be
ignited by the adjacent burners flame. If the burner does not light in 4 seconds, turn knob off, wait 5
minutes and try again.
FIG.12
FIG.13
SINGLE / DUAL SIDE BURNERS:
CAUTION:The burner cover may be hot if the grill burners are in operation.
First remove the burner cover or any cooking utensils from the burner grate. Push and turn the
control knob to the “lite” position and immediately hold in the ignition button until the burner is lit or
4 seconds pass. If the burner doesn’t ignite wait 5 minutes for any accumulated gas to dissipate then
try again. If the burner will not light after several attempts, wait 5 minutes and then the burner can be
match lit by holding a lit match next to the burner ports and turning the correct valve to “Lite”.
48 BQR MODELS ONLY:
Your Grill is equipped with the same heavy cast iron burners which
FIG. 14 Rangetop Burner Proper Flame
we use on our line of quality restaurant ranges. Each is rated at
15,000 Btu/hr and has battery ignition for efficient lighting. The burner
grates are porcelain enamel over cast iron for durability. To cover the
power burners when not in use, each grill comes with a stainless steel
cover which doubles as a work surface. When using the grill burners
with the work surface in place, be careful as heat can conduct from
the grill section and cause the work surface to heat up.
NEVER attempt to light the power burners with the work surface in place.
FLAME HEIGHT:
The correct height of the flame depends on the size and material of the utensil being used, the food
being cooked and how much liquid is in the utensil. Here are some basic rules for selecting the flame
height.
• The flame should never extend beyond the bottom of the pan (see Fig. 14).
• Utensils which conduct heat slowly (such as glass-ceramic) should be used with a low or
medium flame unless you are cooking with a large amount of liquid.
17
Using The Smoker System
The smoker system on each grill consists of a stainless steel slide
out tray which is positioned above a 5,000 Btu/hr burner. The
burner is controlled by a precision brass valve which is capable of
being turned down to very low heat levels. The system may be
used alone for low temperature roasting and smoking or in
conjunction with any combination of other burners. When using
the smoker system in conjunction with the optional infrared
rotisserie burner you’ll find it helpful to use the low setting of the
smoker burner to minimize the heat rising up to the rotis basting
pan. Staggering the meat away from the smoker burner also helps.
To minimize burn potential do not remove the smoker tray
when hot.
FIG. 15 36 / 48 Grill Smoker System
FIG. 16
TO LIGHT THE SMOKER BURNER:
Open the lid and remove the smoker tray. Locate the burner
visually by looking through the cut-out in the valve panel. Push and
turn the control knob to the “Lite” position and immediately push
and hold ignition button until the burner is lit or 4 seconds pass. If
the burner doesn’t ignite wait 5 minutes for any accumulated gas
to dissipate then try again. If the burner will not light after several
attempts, wait 5 minutes then match light using a long stemmed
match or lighter through the cut-out in the valve panel. Once lit, fill the smoker tray and replace.
WOOD CHIPS:
There are many wood chips available for purchase and selection is based on personal taste. The most
common wood chips used are mesquite or hickory. Mesquite has a sweeter taste and is commonly
used with poultry and seafood. Hickory is best suited for red meats. Use of oak, cherry, maple, aspen
or apple is also common while aromatic herbs like sage, bay leaves, thyme or basil may also be used.
Always soak the chips in water prior to putting them into the tray. To start, you may want to
use the “HI” position to start the chips smoking, then reduce the heat to a lower level to prevent them
from drying out and flaming. If the wood chips do flame up, add a small amount of water to extinguish
the flame. This should be done carefully through the top in the grill area, or by pulling the tray out
slightly. Use caution when adding water to a hot tray to avoid steam burns, and never
completely remove a hot tray. The tray may also be filled with water to produce steam. Whether
smoking or steaming the lid should remain closed as much as possible to maximize the effect. During
extended roasting periods it is normal to add fresh wood chips to the tray several times.
18
Using The Rotisserie
The grill rotisserie system is designed to cook items
from the back using infrared heat. The location of the
burner allows the placement of the rotis basting pan
(included) beneath the food to collect juices and
drippings for basting and gravy. To flavor the contents
of the basting pan, you can add herbs, onion, garlic, or
spices. Hams are especially good with the addition of
pineapple slices and brown sugar to the basting pan.
The rotisserie burner is an infrared type which
provides intense searing radiant heat. Preferred by
chefs over other methods, this intense heat is
magnificent for searing in the natural juices and
nutrients found in quality cuts of meat.
FIG. 17
Once lit, the rotis burner will reach cooking temperatures in about 1 minute. The orange/red glow will
even out in about 5 minutes. The rotis motor is equipped with metal gears and is capable of turning up
to a 25 lb. cut of meat or poultry. The motor is mounted to a metal channel which attaches to the left
side of the grill and gets tightened into place with a thumb screw. Ensure that the motor is straight
prior to tightening the thumb screw (see Fig. 17).
The rotis motor on the grills is secured down to a cast rotis block with the black screw- down knob.
The rotis block is in turn bolted to the right side panel. The skewer for the rotis is assembled into the
motor assembly by placing the pointed end into the motor, and resting the threaded end on the
support at the right side of the grill. With the skewer pushed as far as possible into the motor, the
grooved skewer bushing should rest on the right side bracket.
To load the skewer begin with the handle in place, and slide one of the meat holders (prongs facing
away from the handle) onto the skewer. Push the skewer through the center of the food, then slide
the second meat holder (prongs toward the food) onto the skewer. Center the product to be cooked
on the skewer then push the meat holders firmly together. Tighten the L shape nut with pliers. It may
also be necessary to wrap the food with butchers string or dental floss (never use nylon or plastic
string) to secure any loose portions. Once the food is secure, insert the skewer into the motor. If
needed, remove the grill racks. Place the basting pan beneath the food. It is normal for the skewer to
flex when larger cuts of meat are being cooked.
19
Using The Rotisserie
WARNING: Never have the grill burners (bottom burners) on during Rotisserie cooking. It will burn
your meat and make it very dry. Use only one thing on at a time, grill or rotisserie.
PREPARATION
Recommended:
Dental floss or butcher string, scissors, broiler pan (bottom only), pliers, instant read thermometer, foil,
and hot pads.
Working Area:
Allow enough space to accommodate food and rotisserie rod assembly in a clean environment.
Meat Preparation:
Tie meat with butcher string or Dental floss in three areas.
Buy a roast that is equally balanced from top to bottom in
size. The meat will cook more evenly while on the Rotisserie.
For Poultry, tie wings and legs to the body using Dental floss
or butcher string to prevent flopping around while turning.
(Fig. 18)
FIG. 18
1. Determine the center placement for the food,
put 1st prong on Rod, turn L shape screw to
tighten.
2. Center tied meat/poultry on Rod, place second
prong, turn L shape screw to tighten. (Fig. 19)
3. Pick up Rod, rotate it to check for balance. If not,
adjust prongs and food to balance.Take pliers and tighten the L shape screw on both sides of the
prong.
4. Remove grates and top rack on the grill, place bottom portion of broiler pan on ceramic rods, so
meat drippings can be caught in pan. (Fig. 20)
FIG. 20
FIG. 19
20
Using The Rotisserie
COOKING ON ROTISSERIE
1. Place prepared rod into motor, lay across to other side in groove. (Fig.21)
2. Verify placement as shown in Fig. 22.
3. Ignite Burner, start Rotisserie Motor, and keep on High for cooking all meats on the Rotisserie.
4. To check temperature, turn off motor, turn temperature to low while using your instant read
thermometer. For poultry it should read 170º in breast. Thermometer should touch bone, then
lift up 3/4 inch from breastbone to get a more accurate temperature. Turn on Motor, return
heat to high if more cooking is needed. Repeat above instructions. (Fig. 23)
5. Remove Rod, using hot pads, place meat or poultry on broiler pan bottom, then remove prongs.
(Fig. 24)
6. Cover with foil for a 15 to 20 minute waiting time. Meat will carve better and juices will go back
into the meat.
FIG. 21
FIG. 22
FIG. 23
FIG. 24
21
Using The Rotisserie
TO LIGHT:
All BQR Series Only: The location of the rotis burner makes it more susceptible to strong wind
conditions, more so than the protected grill burners. For this reason you should avoid operating the
rotis during windy conditions. As an added safety feature we’ve equipped the burner with an automatic
safety valve which will not allow gas to flow to the rotis burner unless the following conditions are
present with the knob on:
1.The safety valve button is pressed, and held down.
2.The safety valve thermocouple has been sufficiently heated to keep safety valve open.
Open the lid. Push and hold the ignition button. You’ll hear a snapping sound. Turn the control knob
to ‘LITE’. Engage the safety valve button and continue to hold until the burner is lit. Once lit, turn
control knob to desired setting. If the burner does not light within 4 to 5 seconds, release the safety
valve button and turn the control knob to “OFF” and wait 5 minutes before trying again.
• If relighting a hot burner, wait 5 minutes.
• Never leave the control knob on if rotis is not in use.
• Never light a grill burner under the rotis while rotisserie burner is lit.
MANUAL LIGHTING:
FIG. 25
To manually light the rotisserie, place a
butane lighter near the tip of the
thermocouple as shown in Fig. 25. Turn
the control knob to “LITE”. Hold the
safety valve button in for about 4 to 5
seconds or until the burner remains lit.
Once lit, turn control knob to desired
setting. If the burner does not light
within 4 or 5 seconds, release the
safety valve button and turn the control
knob to “OFF” and wait 5 minutes
before trying again.
Thermocouple
WARNING: Keep hands and face
away from front of
burner! Stand to the
side when lighting. Once lit move hand away quickly.
WARNING: Electrical Grounding Instructions:
This appliance (rotisserie motor) is equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your protection
against shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle.
Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.
The Rotisserie motor must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence
of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-1990. Keep the rotis motor electric
cord away from the heated surfaces of the grill. When not in use, remove and store the motor in a
dry location.
22
Care And Cleaning
BATTERY REPLACEMENT:
FIG. 26
1. Remove grease tray.
2. Open cart door.
3. Pull battery downwards (This may
require use of pliers.)
NOTE: Re-install upward and push to
snap.
NOTE: Polarity as shown in
Fig. 26
GRILL RACKS:
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 fine brass bristle
barbeque brush in tap 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. The food particles will fall onto the ceramic tubes and burn or fall into the drip tray. If the
grill is allowed to cool before cleaning, cleaning will be more difficult.
DRIP TRAYS:
The full width drip trays will collect grease from the grill section and boil overs and spills from the
power burners. Allow the pan and its contents to cool before attempting to clean. Clean grease from
the pan often to avoid the possibility of a grease fire.
CERAMIC TUBES:
It is not necessary to remove the ceramic tubes for cleaning. They burn themselves clean during the
next cooking operation. Periodically the trays holding the ceramic tubes need to be turned over, and
shaken free of debris for a thorough cleaning. How often you use the grill and the amount and type of
food cooked will determine when it is necessary to clean the ceramic tubes. If grease can be seen on
the top of the tubes or if you get a lot of flare-up during cooking, the tubes need to be turned over
and heated on “HIGH” for 30 minutes; longer for heavy soil.
STAINLESS STEEL:
The Grill is made from non-rusting and non-magnetic stainless steel. After initial usage, areas of the
grill may discolor from the intense heat given off by the burners, this is normal. There are many
different stainless steel cleaners available. Always use the mildest cleaning procedure first, scrubbing in
the direction of the grain. To touch up noticeable scratches in the stainless steel, sand very lightly with
dry 100 grit emery paper 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 an
abrasive pad (Scotch Brite is good) in conjunction with a stainless steel cleaner. Always rub in the
direction of the grain.
Note: Stainless steel tends to rust in presence of chlorides and sulfides specially in coastal areas. To
ensure rust prevention, wash all stainless steel surfaces every 3-4 weeks with fresh water and
stainless cleaner.
23
Burner Removal And Cleaning
SIDE BURNERS:
FIG. 24
The grill power burners (BQRS Models Only) are cast iron
and occasionally it will be necessary to remove surface rust
to ensure proper performance. Frequency of cleaning will
depend on the climate & location, and how often you use the
grill. If allowed to build up the rust may form layers which
must be removed promptly. The walls of the burners are
thick so they can withstand many years of use. BEFORE
REMOVING: Ensure the gas supply is off and the knobs are
in the “off” position. Make sure the grill is cool.
POWER BURNER:
Remove the top grate. Lift out aeration pan from around burners. Lift and remove the front and rear
power burners.
GRILL BURNER:
Remove the grill racks, then lift out the grill radiant tray. Grasp the burner, pull it up and slightly to the
rear of the unit so the burner head comes off the brass orifice at the front, angle the burner sideways,
and remove.
FIG. 25
BURNER CLEANING:
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. Shake out any debris through the air
shutter. Use a flashlight to inspect the burner inlet to
ensure it is not blocked. If obstructions can be seen,
use a metal wire coat hanger that has been
straightened out.
ORIFICE CLEANING:
With the burner removed, remove the orifice and shine a flashlight through the opening to ensure
there is no blockage. Use a needle to clear any debris. Be extremely careful not to enlarge the hole
or break off the needle.
SMOKER BURNER:
The smoker burner can be removed and cleaned by unplugging the igniter wire and lifting out the
burner. Cleaning is similar to the grill burner. Replace the burner by sliding the air shutter over the
brass orifice, centering it in the hole.
IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO CENTER THE BURNER ON THE ORIFICE PROPERLY.
Be careful not to upset the air shutters’ original position (unless readjusting). Lower the rear of the
burner into the cutouts on the support channel at the rear of the burner box. Make sure it is level
and does not rock. Light all of the burners and check for proper flame characteristics. If adjustments
are necessary, refer to (page14). Do this prior to cooking on the grill.
24
Troubleshooting
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE:
If the grill does not function properly, use the following checklist before contacting your dealer for
service. You may save the cost of a service call. Troubleshooting is for general purposes only. If the
problem persists and you feel you require service, contact your dealer or the nearest authorized
agency to perform service. Only authorized agencies can perform warranty service. Call DCS Customer
Service at (888) 281-5698.
Grill won’t light when the ignition button is pushed:
1. Remove the grill top grates and the ceramic radiant trays, watch the ignition tip. You
should see a spark jump from the tip of the ignition when the ignition button is pushed.
2. If there is no spark when ignition button is pushed, check the battery condition.
3. Attempt to match light the burner (see page 16-17). Check to see that other burners on
the unit operate. Clean ignition tip of any debris.
Burner flame is yellow or orange, in conjunction with the odor of gas:
1. Check the burner inlet for obstructions such as spider webs. Check the air shutter for
proper adjustment.
2. Grill may be in a dusty area. Move to less dusty area if possible.
Low heat with knob in “HI” position:
1. If only one of the burners appears low, clean the orifice and burner, clearing ports of any
obstruction (see page 24).
2. Grill may be in a dusty area. Move to less dusty area if possible.
3. Check for proper gas supply and pressure.
4. Pre-heat grill for a full 15 minutes.
5. If using LP gas check for empty tank.
Optional rotis won’t light:
1. Is there is a spark at the thermocouple?
2. Does the rotis burner light when attempting to match light?
Optional rotis lights, but will not hold flame once button is released:
1. Continue holding safety valve button in depressed position until burner remains lit when
released.
25
Grill Burner Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6a
6b
7
8
DESCRIPTION
Grate 4F Electr. Polish
Radiant Tray
Ceramic Rods 9.5
Radiant Cap
C/Heat Shield w/Assy.
SS Grill Burner
Air Shutter Screw
Heat Shield Burner
Manifold 48-BQR
Manifold 48-BQAR
Manifold 36-BQAR
PART NO.
18197-02
32218-02
32224
32264
32268
32217
12003-2
32219
18395
18396
18385
ITEM
9
10
11
12
13
14
DESCRIPTION
Control Valve
Control Knob
Knob Bezel
Collector Box
NI-Chrome Wire Coil
Burner Electrode 14.5” long
Burner Electrode 29” long
Burner Electrode 35” long
Burner Electrode 45” long
Screw
Bracket, Ignition Module, Eltec6/8
Ignition Module 6 Outputs (36-BQAR,48-BQR)
Ignition Module 8 Outputs (48-BQAR)
Bezel Screw
Manifold Bolt
Regulator (LP GAS)
Regulator (NAT. GAS)
Alkaline 9V Battery
Ignition Button
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
1
2
3
4
5
6A
19
6B
7
9
8
11
13
21
15
20
12
14
26
23
10
18
17
22 16
PART NO.
13017
14154
14006-PL
32801
32313
16281-02
16281-03
16281-04
16281-05
15001-28
32808
18351
18352
15001-29
15001-06
13230
13035
18354
18353
Grill Body Parts List
ITEM DESCRIPTION
1
Roll Top Lid 48BQ/36BQA
Roll Top Lid 48BQA
2
Handle End Cap Spacer
3
Handle End Cap
4
Hex WSH HD F
5
Handle Tube 48BQ/36BQA
Handle Tube 48BQA
6
Warming Rack 48BQ/36BQA
Warming Rack 48BQA
7
Firebox w/assy. 48BQ/36BQA
Firebox w/assy. 48BQA
8
Cage Nut
9
Logo spring Clip
10 Valve Panel 48BQR
Valve Panel 48BQAR
Valve Panel 36BQAR
11 DCS Logo
12 Torx Screw
13 Drip Pan 48
Drip Pan 36
14 Drip Pan Handle 48
Drip Pan Handle 36
15 Screw
Keps Nut
Hex Nut
16 Trim w/assembly 48
Trim w/assembly 36
17 Insulated Jacket 48*
Insulated Jacket 36*
Insulated Jacket 48*
Insulated Jacket 36*
1
4
5
2
3
6
7
8
16
* For use when building into combustible
enclosures (see page 11 for built-in details)
9
10
11
17
8
PART NO.
32293-01
32293-02
18174
18164-PL
15001-37
32048-02
32048-01
32248-01
32248-02
32807-01
32807-02
15029-02
15073
32212-22-PA
32212-21-PA
32212-20-PA
17382-03
15002-41
30645-2
30645-1
32050-01
32050-02
15002-17
15021-04
15004-09
32235-03
32235-04
DCS48-IJS (Stainless Steel)
DCS36-IJS (Stainless Steel)
DCS48-IJB (Galvanized)
DCS36-IJB (Galvanized)
15
12
27
13
14
Rotisserie Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
DESCRIPTION
Rotisserie Handle
Meat Holder Assembly
Rotisserie Rod 48dbqar
Rotisserie Rod 48dbqr
Rotisserie Rod 36dbqar
Rotisserie Motor Assembly
Rotisserie Mount Base
Rotisserie Mount Knob
Screw
Rotis Burner 48dbqar/36dbqr
Rotis Burner 48dbqr/36dbqar
Orifice Elbow
Rotis Receiving Bracket 48/36
Acorn Nut
Plug Orifice NG
Plug Orifice LP
Bearing Rotisserie
PART NO.
18040
19010-02
19054-05
19054-02
19054-04
32069
14155
14161
15001-23
12021-1
12021-2
18193
32233
15019-06
13025-50
13025-58
14197-01
ITEM
14
15
16
DESCRIPTION
Screws
Thermocouple
Electrode Rotisserie 48-BQR
Electrode Rotisserie 36-BQAR
Electrode Rotisserie 48-BQAR
17
18
19
Electrode Cover R/H
Manifold Bolt
Tube Cut/Form 48BQAR
Tube Cut/Form 48BQR/36BQR
Safety Valve
Ferrule
Tubing Man., to Safety Valve R/H
Safety Valve Bezel
Safety Valve Knob
Control Knob
Knob Bezel
Control Valve
20
20a
21
22
23
24
25
26
3
4
2
1
5
6
7
8
9
12
14
17
10
11
16
13
15
26
20a
18
19 20
21
23
22
28
25
24
PART NO.
15001-23
13007-2
16440-01
16440-01
16440-01
16440-02
32047-02
15001-06
32133-01
32133-02
18110
18077-2
30841-03
14160
14108
14154
14006-PL
13017
{
Smoker Burner Assembly
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
DESCRIPTION
Smoker Tray w/assembly
Screw
Smoker Plate
Smoker Pull Handle
Screw
Electrode Smoker 36-BQAR
Electrode Smoker 48-BQR
Electrode Smoker 48-BQAR
PART NO.
32231
15139
32228
18204-01
15139
16441-01
16441-01
16441-02
ITEM
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DESCRIPTION
Smoker Burner
Screw
Screw
Smoker /Burner Support
Control Valve
Orifice LP
Orifice Natural
Bezel
Control Knob
PART NO.
30639-1
15139
15139
32226
13017-01
13005-71
13005-59
14006-PL
14154
1
2
3
4
8
5
6
7
9
12
11
10
13
14
29
48 Grill Cart Parts List
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
DESCRIPTION
Side Shelf Tray
Side Shelf End Cap
Side Shelf Assembly
Bolt
Left Body Panel
Rear Body Panel
Hex Bolt
Right Side Body Panel
Door Catch
5” Caster
Nut
Drawer
Screw
Door Stop Tab
Drawer Shelf
Spare Shelf Holder L/H
Spare Shelf Holder R/H
Screw
PART NO.
41067
14205
18212
15003-06
41053
41055
15150
41054
14204
18022
15021-09
41056
15001-23
41094
41068
41069-02
41069-01
15002-17
ITEM
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
DESCRIPTION
Axle
8” Solid Rubber Wheel
Hub Cap
Torx Screw
Right Door Assembly
Kickplate Weld Assembly
Pull Handle
Screw
LP Drawer Dam
Pull Handle
Left Door Assembly
Screw
Screw
Screw
Top Hinge R/H
Top Hinge L/H
Bottom Hinge L/H
Bottom Hinge R/H
PART NO.
41062
18264
41075-01-SP
15002-45
41098-02
41097
18024-02
15002-17
41077
18024-01
41098-01
15002-41
15139
15002-26
41092-01
41092-02
41093-01
41093-02
NOTE: Carts sold separately.
6
8
1
9
2
3
18
19
7
4
5
20
15
21
16
10
13
11
17
14
22
12
22
25
23
29
30
26
24
27
32
31
28
355fig.08.eps
33
30
36 Grill Cart Parts List
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DESCRIPTION
Side Shelf Tray
Side Shelf End Cap
Side Shelf Assembly
Bolt
Left Body Panel
Rear Body Panel
Hex Bolt
Right Side Body Panel
Door Catch
5” Caster
Nut
Axle
8” Solid Rubber Wheel
Hub Cap
Torx Screw
Kickplate Weld Assembly
PART NO.
41067
14205
18212
15003-06
41053
41083
15150
41054
14204
18022
15021-09
41062
18264
41075-01-SP
15002-45
41097-01
ITEM
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
DESCRIPTION
Pull Handle
Right Door Assembly
Screw
Door Stop Tab
Hex Bolt
LP Drawer Dam
Screw
Pull Handle
Left Door Assembly
Screw
Top Hinge R/H
Top Hinge L/H
Screw
Bottom Hinge L/H
Bottom Hinge R/H
Cart Drawer Assembly
PART NO.
18204-02
41113-01
15001-13
41094
15002-17
41077
15002-41
18024-01
41113-02
15139
41092-01
41092-02
15002-26
41093-01
41093-02
41132
NOTE: Carts sold separately.
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6
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8
9
2
4
12
7
5
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19
10
20
30
11
21
16
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28
25
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Wiring DiagramBG36-BQAR Models
I/R Burner Electrode
Smoker Burner Electrode
Burner Electrodes
Burner Electrode
IgnitionModule
6 Output
Ignition Switch
Wiring Diagram
P/N # 32826
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Wiring DiagramBG48-BQR Models
I/R Burner Electrode
Smoker Burner Electrode
Burner Electrodes
Burner Electrode
IgnitionModule
6 Output
Side
Burner
Electrode
Ignition Switch
Wiring Diagram
P/N # 32828
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Wiring DiagramBG48-BQAR Models
I/R Burner Electrodes
Smoker Burner Electrode
Burner Electrodes
Burner Electrodes
IgnitionModule
6 Output
Ignition Switch
Wiring Diagram
P/N # 32827
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Service
HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE:
For warranty service, contact DCS Customer Service at (888) 281-5698.
Before you call, please have the following information ready:
• Model Number
• Serial Number
• Date of installation
• A brief description of the problem
Your satisfaction is of the utmost importance to us. If a problem cannot be resolved to your
satisfaction, please write or fax us at:
Write:
DCS
Attention: Customer Service
5800 Skylab Road
Huntington Beach, CA 92647
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Warranty
LENGTH OF WARRANTY:
One (1) Year Full parts and Labor Covers the entire product
Five (5) Year comprehensive warranty covering the porcelainized cast iron rangetop burners,
grill radiant assemblies, and drip pans. Should structural deterioration occur to the degree of
non-performance, a replacement will be furnished.
Lifetime Warranty on all stainless steel components, including stainless steel grill burners
and stainless steel grill racks (excluding discoloration or surface corrosion).
DCS WILL PAY FOR
All repair labor and parts found to be defective due to materials or workmanship for one full year “IN
HOME” warranty during the first year of ownership. This does not apply if the unit was subjected to
other than normal household use. Service must be provided by Authorized Factory Agent during
normal working hours. No charges will be made for repair or replacement at the location of initial
installation or factory for parts returned pre-paid, through the dealer and claimed within the warranty
period, and found by DCS to be defective.
Replacement will be F.O.B. DCS, and DCS will not be liable for any transportation costs, labor costs, or
export duties. This warranty shall not apply, nor can we assume responsibility for damage that might
result from failure to follow manufactures instructions or local codes, where the appliance has been
tampered with or altered in anyway or which, in our judgement, has been subjected to misuse,
negligence, or accident. Implied warranty shall not extend beyond the duration of this written
warranty. This warranty is in lieu of all warranties expressed or implied and all other obligations or
liability in connection with the sale of this appliance.
DCS WILL NOT PAY FOR
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Installation or start-up.
Shipping damage.
Service by an unauthorized agency.
Damage or repairs due to service by an unauthorized agency or the use of unauthorized parts.
Service during other than normal working hours.
Improper installation, such as improper hook-up, etc.
Service visits to teach you how to use the appliance; correct the installation; reset circuit breakers
or replace home fuses.
• Repairs due to other than normal household use.
• Damage caused from accident, abuse, alteration, misuse, incorrect installation or installation not in
accordance with local codes.
• Units installed in non-residential application such as day care centers, bed and breakfast centers,
churches, nursing homes, restaurants, hotels, schools, etc.
This warranty applies to appliances used in residential applications; it does not cover their use in
commercial situations. This warranty is for products purchased and retained in the 50 states of the
U.S.A., the District of Columbia and Canada. This warranty applies even if you should move during the
warranty period. Should the appliance be sold by the original purchaser during the warranty period,
the new owner continues to be protected until the expiration date of the original purchaser’s warranty
period. This warranty gives you specific legal rights.You may also have other rights which vary from
state to state.
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A Message To Our Customers
As product improvement
is an ongoing process at
DCS, we reserve the right
to change specifications
or design without notice.
5800 Skylab Road, Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Tel: (714) 372-7000
Fax: (714) 372-7001 Customer Service (888) 281-5698
www.dcsappliances.com
Part No. 17466 rev B
Litho in USA 12/2004