R.H. Peterson 660 Series Owner`s manual

ECHELON
diamond series
OUTDOOR BUILT-IN GAS GRILL
E660i, E790i, and E1060i
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
AND OWNER’S MANUAL
INSTALLER: Leave these instructions with consumer.
CONSUMER: Retain for future reference.
E790i shown
IMPORTANT: READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION OR USE.
WARNINGS AND SAFETY CODES
DANGER:
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
WARNING:
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids 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.
Shut off the gas to the appliance.
Extinguish any open flame.
Open lid.
If odor continues, keep away from the
appliance and immediately call your
gas supplier or the fire department.
WARNING:
CODE AND SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS: This grill
must be installed in accordance with local codes
and ordinances, or, in the absence of local codes,
with the latest National Fuel Gas Code (ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54), or Natural Gas and Propane
Storage and Handling Installation Code (CSAB149.1).
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration,
service, or maintenance can cause injury
or property damage. For proper installation,
refer to the installation instructions. For
assistance or additional information,
consult a qualified professional installer,
service agency, or the gas supplier.
This appliance and its dedicated manual shutoff
valve must be disconnected from the gas-supply
piping system when testing the system at pressures
in excess of ½ psig (3.5 kPa).
All electrical outlets in the vicinity of the grill must
be properly 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, whichever
is applicable.
This appliance must be isolated from the gassupply piping system by closing its dedicated
manual shutoff valve during any pressure testing
of the gas-supply system at pressures up to and
including ½ psig (3.5 kPa).
Keep all electrical-supply cords and fuel-supply
hoses away from any heated surface.
Proper operation of your grill requires
prompt and periodic maintenance.
See the CARE & CLEANING section
for details.
Certified to:
ANSI Z21.58b-2012
CSA 1.6b-2012
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Robert H. Peterson Co. • 14724 East Proctor Avenue • City of Industry, CA 91746
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ET MANUEL DU PROPRIÉTAIRE
GRIL EXTÉRIEUR D’ÎLE DE GAZ D’ÉCHELON
IMPORTANT: LISEZ CES INSTRUCTIONS SOIGNEUSEMENT AVANT DE COMMENCER L’INSTALLATION OU L’UTILISATION
SÛRETÉ ET CODES D’AVERTISSEMENT
DANGER:
AVERTISSEMENT:
SI VOUS SENTEZ LE GAZ :
1. Coupez le gaz à l’appareil.
2. Éteignez-vous n’importe quelle flamme nue.
3. Ouvrez le couvercle si équipé d’un four.
4. Si l’odeur continue, gardez loin de
l’appareil et appelez immédiatement
votre département de fournisseur ou de
feu de gaz.
1. Ne stockez pas ou n’employez pas
l’essence ou d’autres vapeurs et liquides
inflammables à proximité de ceci ou
d’aucun autre appareil.
2. Un cylindre de propane non relié pour
l’usage ne sera pas stocké à proximité
de ceci ou d’aucun autre appareil.
CONDITIONS DE CODE ET D’APPROVISIONNEMENT:
Ce gril doit être installé selon des codes et des ordonnances
locaux, ou, en l’absence des codes locaux, avec l’un ou l’autre
le plus défunt Code national de gaz de carburant (norme ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54), et Stockage de gaz naturel et de propane
et manipulation du code d’installation (CSA-B149.1).
AVERTISSEMENT:
L’installation inexacte, l’ajustement, le
changement, le service, ou l’entretien
peuvent causer des dommages ou des
dégats matériels. Référez-vous à ce
manuel. Pour l’aide ou l’information
additionnelle, consultez un installateur
professionnel qualifié, l’agence de service,
ou le fournisseur de gaz.
Cet appareil et ses différents robinets d’isolement doivent être
démontés du gaz-fournissent le système sifflant en examinant
le système aux pressions au-dessus du ½ psig (kPa 3.5).
Cet appareil doit être isolé dans gaz-fournissent le système
sifflant par fermeture que ses différents robinets d’isolement
manuels pendant tous les essais sous pression du gazfournissent le système aux pressions jusques et y compris
le ½ psig (kPa 3.5).
•
Ce gril est pour ultilisation à l’extérieur seulement.
Si l’appareil est entreposé à l’intérieur, enlever les
bouteilles et les laisser à l’extérieur.
•
Ne pas ranger le gril immédiatement aprés l’avoir utilisé.
le laisser refroidir avant de le déplacer ou de la ranger.
Le non respect de cette mesure de sécurité pourrait
entraîner un incendie causant des dommages à la
propriété, des blessures ou la mort.
•
Ne pas utiliser cet appareil sous une surface
combustible.
•
Ne pas utiliser cet appareil sous un auvent. Le non
respect de cette mesure de sécurité pourrait entraîner
un incendie ou des blessures.
•
Dégagement minimal entre les parois latérales et
l’arriére de l’appareil et la construction combustible (45.7
cm à partir des parois latérales et 45.7cm à partir de
l’arriére).
•
•
Toutes les sorties électriques à proximité du gril doivent être
correctement fondues selon des codes locaux, ou en l’absence
de local code, avec le code électrique national, ANSI/NFPA
70, ou le code électrique canadien, CSA C22.1, celui qui est
applicable.
Maintenez tout électrique-fournissent des cordes et carburantfournissent des tuyaux partis de n’importe quelle surface de
chauffage.
RÉGULATEUR ADDITIONNEL DOIT ÊTRE INSTALLÉ
AVANT LE GRIL. VOIR LA SECTION DE CONDITIONS
D’OFFRE DE GAZ POUR LA PRESSION APPROPRIÉE
D’OFFRE DE GAZ.
Le régulareur de pression de gaz prévu avec cet appareil
de cuisson à gaz pour l’extérieur doit être utilisé. Ce
régulateur est réglé pour une pression de sortie de 5
pouces de colonne de l’eau pour le gaz naturel, et 10
pouces pour le propane.
•
Ne couvrez jamais la surface entière de cuisine ou de
gril de gauffreuses ou de casseroles. La surchauffe se
produira et les brûleurs ne seront pas très performants
quand la chaleur de combustion est emprisonnée audessous de la surface à cuire.
•
Ne pulvérisez jamais l’eau sur une unité chaude de gaz,
comme ceci peut endommager des composants de
porcelaine ou de fer de fonte.
•
Une fuite de GPL peut causer une incendie ou une
explosion si enflammée entraînant des blessures
corporelles graves ou la mort.
•
Communiquez avec le fournisseur de GPL pour les
réparations ou pour disposer de qules bouteille ou du
GPL non utilisé.
Certifié à la norme ANSI : Z21.58b-2012 / CSA 1.6b-2012
LE RÉGULATEUR INCLUS D’APPAREILS EST ÉVALUÉ
POUR LE MAXIMUM DE 1/2 (LIVRES PAR POUCE
CARRÉ). SI VOTRE OFFRE DE GAZ EST 1/2 PLUS
INSTALLATEUR : Laissez ces instructions avec le consommateur.
GRAND QUE (LIVRES PAR POUCE CARRÉ), UN
CONSOMMATEUR : Maintenez pour la future référence.
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CONTENTS
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
COUNTERTOP OVERHANG
MODEL SPECIFICATIONS
SUBSTRATE
BUILT-IN GRILL DIMENSIONS TABLE
BUILT-IN GRILL WIRING DIAGRAM
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
GRILL MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY INFORMATION
MASTER SWITCH
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
ENSURE PROPER COMBUSTION AIR AND COOLING AIRFLOW
EXHAUST REMOVAL
GAS-SUPPLY PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
NATURAL GAS INSTALLS
PROPANE GAS INSTALLS (HOUSEHOLD & CYLINDER)
WHEN A PROPANE CYLINDER IS USED
ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
COUNTER PREPARATION
CONNECT THE GAS SUPPLY
INSTALLATION
INSTALL ZONE DIVIDERS
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
SAFE USE & MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE GAS CYLINDERS
IDENTIFICATION OF GRILL CONTROLS
OPTIONAL POWER HOOD
LIGHTING (IGNITION) INSTRUCTIONS
SHUTTING OFF THE UNIT
DIGITAL THERMOMETER / INTERIOR AND KNOB LIGHTS
ROTISSERIE INSTRUCTIONS
INFRARED BURNER OPERATION
GRILLING TIPS
ACCESSORIES
FIRE MAGIC® DRIP TRAY
CARE & CLEANING
REPLACING HALOGEN BULBS
POWER SUPPLY FUSE REPLACEMENT
REGULATOR CONVERSION
GAS ORIFICE CONVERSION
CONVERTING THE GAS TYPE
BURNER AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
CONTROL PANEL REMOVAL
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARRANTY
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
1
10
2
4
10
15
6
5
3
11
17
12
16
9
14
13
9
22
7
45
21
23
24
19
54
20
26
25
28
41
48
27
52
18
29
30
47
Some items shown
are optional, or are
n o t ava i l a bl e fo r
certain models. Your
model may vary, refer
to parts list.
To order replacement
par ts, contact your
local Fire Magic®
dealer.
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Fig. 4-1
Items in light gray are
not available on all
models.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (Cont.)
E660i
Item Description
Part No.
E790i
Qty. Part No.
E1060i
Qty.
Part No.
Qty.
1.
Stainless cooking grid (set of 2 or 3)
3544-S-3
1
3539-S-3
1
23539-S-2
2
2.
Flavor grid (set of 3 or 4)
3057-S-3
1
3056-S-3
1
3056-S-4
1
3.
Main burner
3041-50
3
3041-50
3
3041-50
4
4.
Heatshield kit
24177-05
3
24177-05
3
24177-05
4
5.
Silicone gasket
24177-06
3
24177-06
3
24177-06
4
6.
Infrared burner *
3050
1
3050
1
3050
1
7.
Oven lid
23738-53
1
23745-53
1
23747-53
1
or
Oven lid w/ window
24193-54
1
24188-54
1
24183-54
1
8.
Window (only) *‡
24187-45
1
24187-45
1
24187-45
1
9.
Warming rack
36735-M
1
36755-M
1
36745-M
1
10.
Back burner assembly
24794-02
1
24789-02
1
24784-02R/L
1
11.
Back burner cover
24794-010
1
24789-010
1
24784-010
2
12.
Zone separator
13.
Heavy-duty rotisserie motor
14.
3061-S
2
3061-S
2
3061-S
3
3600-05M
1
3600-05M
1
3600-05M
1
Heavy-duty rod
3606-40
1
3609-40
1
3607-40
1
15.
Heavy-duty rod knob
24187-16
1
24187-16
1
24187-16
1
16.
Meat holder (pair)
3613
1
3613
1
3613
1
17.
Counterbalance
3620E
1
3620E
1
3620E
1
18.
Grid lifter
3519
1
3519
1
3519
1
19.
Convertible regulator
PR-4
1
PR-4
1
PR-4
1
20.
Valve manifold w/ back burner
24193-22
1
24188-22
1
24183-22
1
21.
Control panel w/ back burner and raceway †
24194-10
1
24189-10
1
24184-10
1
or
Control panel w/ back burner, raceway, and
wire harness †
24194-12
1
24189-12
1
24184-12
1
22.
Small knob
24182-42
1
24182-42
1
24182-42
2
23.
Large knob
24182-41
3
24182-41
3
24182-41
4
24.
LED disk (small)
24182-64
1
24182-64
1
24182-64
2
25.
LED disk (large)
24182-63
3
24182-63
3
24182-63
4
26.
Digital thermometer
24182-12
1
24182-12
1
24182-12
1
27.
Meat probe
24187-14S
1
24187-14S
1
24187-14S
1
28.
Power supply w/ connector †
24187-18
1
24187-18
1
24187-18
1
* If equipped
‡ Not shown
† Add (M) to part number for power hood
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST (Cont.)
E660i
Item Description
Part No.
E790i
Qty. Part No.
E1060i
Qty.
Part No.
Qty.
29.
Drip tray
3087
1
3087
1
3087
1
30.
Drip tray liner (set of 4)
3557
1
3557
1
3557
1
31.
Wire harness for raceway ‡
24194-47
1
24189-47
1
24184-47
1
32.
Back burner electrode *‡
4199-52
1
4199-52
1
4199-52
2
33.
Electrode ‡
3199-72
3
3199-72
3
3199-72
4
34.
Thermometer wire harness ‡
24187-13
1
24187-13
1
24187-13
1
35.
Natural gas orifice(s) ‡
3001-42-3
1
3001-38-3
1
3001-40-4
1
36.
Natural back burner gas orifice(s) ‡
3001-53-1
1
3001-51-1
1
3001-53-2
1
37.
Propane gas orifice(s) ‡
3001-54-3
1
3001-53-3
1
3001-53-4
1
38.
Propane back burner gas orifice(s) ‡
3001-63-1
1
3001-57-1
1
3001-63-2
1
39.
Natural smoker orifice ‡
3003-68-1
1
3003-68-1
1
3003-68-1
1
40.
Propane smoker orifice ‡
3003-77-1
1
3003-77-1
1
3003-77-1
1
41.
Wood chip box assembly
24182-45
1
24182-45
1
24182-45
1
42.
12V / 10 watt halogen light bulb ‡
24187-15
2
24187-15
2
24187-15
3
43.
Light lens ‡
24187-26
2
24187-26
2
24187-26
3
44.
Lamp assembly ‡
24187-28
2
24187-28
2
24187-28
3
45.
Power hood motor assembly *
24183-18
1
24183-18
1
24183-18
1
46.
Power hood rocker switch*
24187-39
1
24187-39
1
24187-39
1
47.
Lighted master shut-off switch
24182-46
1
24182-46
1
24182-46
1
48.
Light microswitch
24187-20
1
24187-20
1
24187-20
1
or
Power hood light & motor microswitch
24187-44
1
24187-44
1
24187-44
1
49.
Flash tube (left) ‡
24187-29
1
24187-29
1
24187-29
1
50.
Flash tube (right) ‡
24187-35
2
24187-35
2
24187-35
3
51.
Flex connector ‡
3030-08
1
3030-08
1
3030-08
1
52.
Support screw (set of 2)
24182-47
1
24182-47
1
24182-47
1
53.
Fire Magic® cookbook ‡
3595
1
3595
1
3595
1
54.
Wire harness extension
24182-53
1
24182-53
1
24182-53
1
* If equipped
‡ Not shown
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MODEL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE
Table 1
Main burner quantity
N/P orifice drill size
Back burner quantity
N/P orifice drill size
Smoker drawer burner
N/P orifice drill size
Infrared searing burner
N/P orifice drill size
E660i
3
#42 / #54
1
#53 / #63
E790i
3
#38 / #53
1
#51 / #57
E1060i
4
#40 / #53
2
#53 / #63
#68 / #77
#68 / #77
#68 / #77
#45 / #55
#45 / #55
#45 / #55
3176-50
3186-50
3185-50
▲
Echelon insulating liner model # (not included)*
120VAC / 1.5A / 60 Hz
Power Supply Rating
12V / 10 watt halogen light bulb
Oven Lights Rating
A Countertop to unit bottom cut-out*
12"
12"
12"
B Side to side non-combustible cut-out*
31-1/4"
37"
50"
C Front to back non-combustible cut-out*†
23-1/2"
23-1/2"
23-1/2"
33"
38-3/4"
51-3/4"
D Control panel width non-combustible cut-out‡
▲
If equipped
* Note: If installing this grill in a combustible enclosure, the correct insulating liner must be used. Consult liner instructions for
counter cut-out dimensions and installation.
† Includes any substrate at front wall of enclosure (in the area the rear of the control panel is to sit flush against). See SUBSTRATE
section on next page.
‡ Only applicable for non-combustible enclosures that have countertops with an overhang (see illustration and section below).
TOP VIEW
Extra cut-out
for Power
Hood only!
B
Countertop
TOP VIEW
(Countertop)
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
C
ENCLOSURE CUT-OUT
1-1/4" x 10"
Y (Overhang)
(Control
panel)
DIMENSIONS
11"
Lower support
Control panel
X
X= 7/8"
Y= Total
Countertop
Overhang
Countertop
overhang
1/
4"
Clearance
D
Check clearance for
control panel removal
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
A
Countertop
overhang
Control
panel
Countertop
overhang
See next page
for substrate
considerations
Fig. 7-1
COUNTERTOP OVERHANG
The control panel is designed to sit flush against the enclosure front wall. If the non-combustible enclosure countertop extends
beyond the front wall, creating a countertop overhang, it must be cut flush with the front wall for the width of the control panel or
a gap will be created exposing the forward portions of the left and right side grill fire walls. See illustrations above.
Important:
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cross-ventilation of any storage area exposed to possible leakage from gas connections, the unit, or propane
tanks. See the ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS section for details.
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MODEL SPECIFICATIONS (cont.)
SUBSTRATE
When adding any substrate to the enclosure front wall (including tiles, stone, etc.), consider the following:
Substrate Behind Control Panel
Substrate Alongside Control Panel
Substrate + countertop "front to back" cutout
must equate to Dim. C (see previous page)
when the substrate sits flush behind the
control panel.
Any additional substrate alongside the control panel
does not need to be considered in Dim. C (see previous
page), however a 1/4" clearance on each side (same as
overhang) and below is required.
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
C
Grill liner
(Countertop)
(Countertop)
Substrate
(includes tiles,
etc. at front of
enclosure)
Substrate
(includes tiles,
etc. at front of
enclosure)
Flush
Flush
(Control panel)
C
Grill liner
(Control panel)
Countertop
overhang
1/ " (if applicable)
4
Clearance
Countertop
overhang
(if applicable)
1/
4"
Clearance
Fig. 8-1
Fig. 8-2
BUILT-IN GRILL DIMENSIONS TABLE
Model
Height
Width
Depth
(Top to bottom)
(Left to right)
(Front to
back)
Upper hanger to top
(with oven)
Hanger to
hanger
(G)
Control
panel
width
(H)
Maximum
depth
(I)
Open
(E)
Closed
(F)
E660i
23-5/8"
15"
36-1/4"
32-1/2"
29-3/4"
E790i
23-5/8"
15"
42"
38-1/4"
29-3/4"
E1060i
23-5/8"
15"
54-7/8"
51-1/4"
29-3/4"
G
I
F
E
H
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MODEL SPECIFICATIONS (cont.)
BUILT-IN GRILL WIRING DIAGRAM*
Center oven
light
Left oven
light
Right oven
light
Backburner
igniter
Backburner
igniter
Main burner igniters
Smoker
igniter
Master
switch
Oven light
micro switch
(not used for
Magic View)
Wire harness
assembly
Valve
manifold
Main
Back
burner burner 4
Main
burner 3
Main Smoker Main
burner 2 burner burner 1
Back
burner
Ground
Wire
Meat
probe
jack
LED disc
(large)
LED disc
(small)
For Magic
View only
Power supply
Thermocouple
Wire harness
extension
Thermometer
wire harness
Digital
thermometer
* E1060i model shown. Model wire diagrams may vary.
Note: In addition, a wire diagram specific to your unit
can be found affixed to the inside of the control
panel.
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GRILL MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY INFORMATION
1. The outdoor grill and surrounding area MUST
remain clear of flammable substances such as
gasoline, yard debris, wood, etc.
2. The airflow through the vent space located below
the control panel must remain unobstructed.
5.
3. When using propane gas:
a. The required ventilation openings in the 6.
enclosure must be clear of debris.
lead to a fire beneath the grill. A proper flame
pattern will ensure safe operation and optimal
performance. Adjust the air shutter as needed
(see AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT).
The in-line gas valve or gas cylinder valve must
always be shut OFF when the grill is not in use.
The drip collector holes must be clear and
unobstructed. Excessive grease deposits can
result in a grease fire.
b. The propane cylinder, regulator, and rubber
hose must be in a location not subject to 7. The back burner or IR burner cover must be
removed before using the burner.
temperature above 125° F (51° C).
4. The flames on each burner burn evenly along 8. Whenever reconnecting any wires, apply a
small amount of dielectric grease to the male
the entire burner with a steady flame (mostly
connector, then make the connection.
blue). If burner flames are not normal, check
and clean the orifice and burner/venturi tubes
for insects and insect nests. A clogged tube can
WARNING: NEVER cover the entire cooking or grill surface with griddles or pans. Overheating will occur, and
burners will not perform properly when combustion heat is trapped below the cooking surface.
CAUTION: NEVER spray water on a hot gas unit.
The grill serial identification number is located on the underside of the drip tray handle. It
is recommended that the drip tray first be removed and cleaned / emptied of its contents,
then turned over to view. The unit rating label is located inside of the control panel.
MASTER SWITCH
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
This grill requires 120VAC power to operate.
Plug the power supply cord into a properly
wired and inspected GFCI electrical
receptacle (15 AMP minimum). Use a heavyduty grounded extension cord if necessary.
The master switch is push button operated, and is
located on the right side of the control panel (see
Fig. 10-1). It controls the power to all lights, igniters,
and the thermometer. It allows the power to be
turned on or off for safety and convenience. The
switch will need to be turned on prior to each grill
use, and turned off after each use.
WARNING
Electrical Grounding Instructions
For your protection against shock hazard, this
outdoor-cooking gas-appliance is equipped with
a three-pronged (grounding) electrical connector.
This appliance should be connected to a properly
grounded three-prong receptacle using a grounding
extension cord rated for outdoor use. Do not cut or
remove the grounding prong from the connector.
Important: ONLY REPLACE THE OVEN LIGHTS
WITH 12V / 10 WATT HALOGEN BULB(S).
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Master
switch
Fig. 10-1
L-C2-329
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Installation must be performed by a qualified professional service
technician.
This grill is designed for outdoor use only. DO NOT use this grill inside
a building, garage, enclosed area, or under an unprotected overhead
combustible construction.
See below and the EXHAUST REMOVAL section on the following
page for details on installing under overhead construction.
DO NOT use this grill in or on a recreational vehicle or boat.
Important: If installing this grill in a combustible surround, the correct
RHP insulating liner must be used.
Important: Refer to the information below to ensure all required
clearances are met.
The grill must have a minimum clearance of 18" from combustible
materials/items AT ALL TIMES.
Min.
6'
Combustible construction:
Requires vent hood or protection kit
Non-combustible construction:
Okay as-is
Fig. 11-1 Overhead requirements
Non-combustible
Min.
4"
Overhead Construction Requirements (if applicable)
Non-combustible overhead construction: A 6 foot clearance is required
between the countertop and the construction above (Fig. 11-1).
Combustible overhead construction: A 6 foot clearance is required
between the countertop and the construction above. A vent hood
(see EXHAUST REMOVAL section) or an RHP combustible overhead
protection kit is required directly above the grill. See Fig. 11-1. RHP
vent hoods and protection kits are available, contact your local
dealer.
Side and Rear Wall Clearances
For the minimum clearances between the grill and any side or rear
walls, your setup must fall within one (or more) of the following:
A. Clearance between grill and strictly non-combustible wall
(i.e. brick wall, see Fig. 11-2)
• The grill must have a minimum of 4" right, left, and rear
clearance from any non-combustible wall.
(To allow for proper ventilation and prevent dangerous
overheating.)
(Clearance required for
right, left, and rear)
Fig. 11-2 Clearance 'A' Diagram
Non-combustible
substrate
Non-combustible 4"
Min.
14"
Fig. 11-3 Clearance 'B' Diagram
Combustible
B. Clearance between grill and a protected combustible wall
(i.e. a non-combustible wall in front of a combustible wall to serve
as a barrier. This can be accomplished by brick, or a metal stud
finished with non-combustible substrate, see Fig. 11-3)
• The grill must have a minimum of 14" right, left, and rear
clearance from the protected combustible wall.
(The 4" non-combustible material plus an additional 10"
clearance between the grill and protected wall.)
C. Clearance between grill and combustible wall
• The grill must have a minimum of 18" right, left, and rear
clearance from any combustible wall (see Fig. 11-4).
Backsplash Clearance (if applicable)
If a non-combustible backsplash exists, it must have a minimum of a
4" clearance from the rear of the grill (to allow for proper ventilation
and prevent dangerous overheating). See Fig. 11-5.
Combustible
(Clearance required for
right, left, and rear)
Min.
18"
(Clearance required for
right, left, and rear)
Fig. 11-4 Clearance 'C' Diagram
Non-combustible
Backsplash
Min.
4"
Important: This 4" backsplash clearance must first be met prior to
any non-combustible walls beginning behind it.
Fig. 11-5 Backsplash clearance
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS (Cont.)
The control panel MUST remain removable for servicing
(see PARTS LIST).
ENSURE PROPER COMBUSTION AIR AND
COOLING AIRFLOW
Proper airflow (Fig. 12-1) MUST be maintained for the
grill to perform as it was designed. If airflow is blocked,
overheating and poor combustion will result. Do not
block the 1" (2.5 cm) front air inlet along the bottom
of the control panel or
more than 75% of the
cooking grid surface
with pans or griddles.
Note: The 1" (2.5 cm)
front air space
also allows
access to the
drip tray.
GAS-SUPPLY PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
For natural gas or a household propane system, rigid 1/2"
(1.3 cm) or 3/4" (1.9 cm) black steel pipe or local codeapproved pipe is required to conduct the gas supply to
the unit. Contact your local gas supplier. Connect this
pipe to the required C.S.A.-approved stainless-steel flex
connector (attached). An NPT adapter has been provided
for 1/2" pipe. DO NOT use a rubber hose within the grill
enclosure. Apply only joint compounds that are resistant
to all gasses to all male pipe fittings except flare fittings.
Make sure to tighten every joint securely.
Note: If 1/2" (1.3 cm) pipe is used with natural gas,
it should be no longer than 20' (6.1 meters).
Important:
Fig. 12-1 - Ventilation diagram
An external valve (with a removable
key) in the gas line is necessary for
safety when the grill is not in use. It also
provides for convenient maintenance.
EXHAUST REMOVAL
If the grill is installed under an overhead structure that is
constructed of non-combustible material: an exhaust hood
is recommended. See below.
Left-side
hanger
If the grill is installed under an overhead structure that is
constructed of combustible material: an exhaust hood is
required. See below.
Note: An alternative to an exhaust removing vent
hood is an RHP combustible overhead
protection kit. See previous page.
Flex connector
Left-side
support wall
When using an exhaust hood:
The cooking grid area must be covered by an exhaust
hood (with a vent) larger than the cooking surface. Refer
to manufacturer specifications. An exhaust fan with a
rating of 1,000 CFM (cubic feet per minute) (472 liters
per second) or more may be necessary to effectively
remove smoke and other cooking by-products from the
area under the hood. RHP Vent Hoods are available,
contact your local dealer.
Fig. 12-4
CAUTION: Wind blowing into or across the rear
oven lid vent (Fig. 12-2) can cause
poor performance and/or dangerous
overheating. Orient the grill so that the
prevailing wind blows toward the front of
the grill (Fig. 12-3).
GAS SUPPLY AND MANIFOLD PRESSURES:
For natural gas - normal 7" (17.78 cm) water column
(w.c.), minimum 5" (12.7 cm), maximum 10 1/2" (26.7
cm). For propane gas - normal 11" w.c., minimum 10"
(25.4 cm), maximum 13" (33 cm).
THIS UNIT MUST NOT BE LOCATED IN A FULLY
ENCLOSED AREA OF ANY KIND.
INCORRECT
Orient grill
so prevailing
wind blows
this way.
CORRECT
Rear oven lid vent
YOU MUST PROTECT
REAR OVEN VENT FROM
PREVAILING WIND
Fig. 12-2
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WIND BLOWS TOWARD FRONT
OF GRILL
Fig. 12-3
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ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
FOR YOUR SAFETY, you must provide the openings listed
below for drainage, replacement air, and cross-ventilation
of any storage area exposed to possible leakage from gas
connections, the unit, or propane cylinders.
One side of the enclosure can be left completely open to
the outside, OR 4 ventilation openings must be created:
Nat. gas
installs
L.P. gas
installs
(repeat for
opposite
side)
(repeat for
opposite
side)
NATURAL GAS INSTALLS
Two of the openings are to be at the top level (approx.
4" below the countertop) and on opposite walls of the
enclosure. 2 more openings must be at the floor level (no
more than 5" above the floor) and on opposite sides of the
enclosure. Each opening must have a minimum of 10 sq.
in. of free area. To achieve the proper ventilation, you may
drill a series of holes, omit the grout from masonry joints,
or replace a brick with a hardware cloth screen. If the floor
in the cabinet is raised and the space beneath the cabinet
is open to the outside, the lower ventilation openings may
be in the floor. Reference Fig. 13-1.
Fig. 13-1 Ventilation detail
Grill
PROPANE GAS INSTALLS
(HOUSEHOLD & CYLINDER)
Heatshield
Two of the openings are to be at the cylinder valve level
(approx. 16" above the floor) and on opposite walls of the
enclosure. 2 more openings must be at the floor level (no
more than 5" above the floor) and on opposite sides of the
enclosure. Each opening must have a minimum of 10 sq.
in. of free area. To achieve the proper ventilation, you may
drill a series of holes, omit the grout from masonry joints,
or replace a brick with a hardware cloth screen. If the floor
in the cabinet is raised and the space beneath the cabinet
is open to the outside, the lower ventilation openings may
be in the floor. Reference Fig. 13-1.
C.S.A. listed
stainless steel
flex connector
Adapter
L.P.
cylinder
Regulator/
hose
assembly
Fig. 13-2 Propane cylinder orientation
Cylinder & regulator/
hose assembly
protected by heatshield
WHEN A PROPANE CYLINDER IS USED
When a propane cylinder is installed inside of the enclosure,
the guidelines below MUST be followed. FAILURE TO
DO SO MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO YOUR UNIT AND/OR
PERSONAL INJURY. Reference Fig. 13-2 for an example.
• Only a C.S.A. listed stainless steel connector can be
connected to the grill.
• The regulator/hose assembly coming from the propane
cylinder can only be connected to the above mentioned
grill flex connector. DO NOT connect the regulator/
hose assembly directly to the grill. An adapter will
be required.
Equipped with
adapter for hose
assembly and
flex connector
Fig. 13-3 Optional RHP door w/tank tray
• A heatshield must be installed to protect the regulator/
hose assembly and propane cylinder valve.
• RHP offers a propane cylinder door with tank tray
to meet the cylinder install requirements. See Fig.
13-3.
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INSTALLATION
Note: When a propane cylinder is installed inside
of the enclosure, the guidelines found in the
ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS section
MUST be followed.
COUNTER PREPARATION
Consult Table 1 for non-combustible enclosure cut-out
dimensions. An RHP insulating liner must be used if
any supporting construction is combustible. Consult the
instructions that come with the liner for dimensions and
additional installation information before beginning the
installation.
This outdoor built-in grill must be supported by the
stainless-steel hanger extending from the upper portion
of the grill. The hanger rests on the left, right, and back
of the countertop and on the two front structural supports
with attached adjustable screws located below the control
panel on the left and right sides (see Fig. 14-3).
For household propane or natural gas units:
CAUTION: Use only C.S.A. listed stainless-steel flex
connectors within the enclosure.
WARNING
A rubber or plastic connector will rupture or leak,
resulting in an explosion or serious injury if used
inside the appliance enclosure.
1. Run the attached flex connector routed under the
left side of the grill out of the enclosure and to the
gas stub.
The control panel is designed to sit flush against the
enclosure front wall (see Fig. 14-2). If the non-combustible
enclosure countertop extends beyond the front wall,
creating a countertop overhang (see Fig. 14-1), it must
be cut flush with the front wall for the width of the control
panel or a gap will be created exposing the forward
portions of the left and right side grill fire walls. Reference
the MODEL SPECIFICATIONS section.
2. Turn OFF the gas supply at the source. Remove
the 1/2" adapter that is loosely connected to the flex
connector. Attach the adapter to the gas-supply stub
using a pipe joint compound that is resistant to all
gasses. Tighten securely. Then attach the open end
of the flex connector to the adapter. Tighten securely.
Note: It is not necessary to remove the control panel
or knobs to install this unit.
3. Turn all burner control knobs to the OFF position.
Turn the gas supply on. Then carefully check all gas
connections for leaks with a brush and half-soap/
half-water solution before lighting. NEVER USE A
MATCH OR OPEN FLAME TO TEST FOR LEAKS.
CONNECT THE GAS SUPPLY
For propane cylinders:
For connecting a propane unit to a portable propane tank,
read the safety warnings and follow the instructions in the
section SAFE USE AND MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE
GAS CYLINDERS.
4. Close the dedicated gas-supply shut-off valve, then
slide the grill into place. Do not to pinch, kink, or
damage the gas connector line.
5. Rotate the adjustable support screws to the left to
raise and to the right to lower the respective side
of the appliance grill. Use a 7/16" open-end wrench
as needed.
control panel
stops here
Countertop
Proposed cutout in overhang
GAP CREATED
Fig. 14-1
Countertop
Important:
Overhang
Do not extend the support screws so
far that any part of the hanger is raised
off the counter top.
IDEAL
Flush-mounted
control panel
To gas
system
Fig. 14-2
OFF
(Countertop)
Adjustable
support
screw
Flex
connector
Dedicated manual shut-off valve
Gas inlet pipe
Pipe
adapter
fitting
(Cut-out)
Hanger
Bottom of
face
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of cut-out
opening
Fig. 14-3
Fig. 14-4
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INSTALLATION (cont.)
INSTALL ZONE DIVIDERS
Place the zone dividers as shown (Fig. 15-1) into the
grooves in the inner firewall of the grill to allow for
maximum heat control and thermometer accuracy in
each zone. Remove and store during rotisserie use.
INSTALL THE FLAVOR GRIDS
Fig. 15-1
Groove
Zone divider
Groove
Front
Place the flavor grids directly onto the studs on the
burners. The panels allow heat from the burners to
be evenly distributed throughout the cooking area.
The panels are stainless steel and will heat and cool
quickly, making your barbecue very responsive to
the changes you specify in grill temperature. They
are rust resistant and may be cleaned with standard
oven cleaners. Some discoloring will be seen with
use. This is normal for stainless steel and does not
affect the function.
Fig. 15-1 Install zone dividers
Place onto studs
Fig. 15-2 Install flavor grids
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
POWER SUPPLY HOOKUP
CAUTION: IMPROPERLY CONNECTED WIRES
WILL CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE GRILL
AND MAY RESULT IN PROPERTY
DAMAGE AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY.
Required
GFCI electrical
receptacle (not
included)
This grill includes a power supply box. When installing
the power supply box:
Grounded
plug
• It MUST be located at least 12 inches below the
bottom of the grill (see Fig. 16-3).
• The wire extension that exits from the control panel
MUST be routed directly downward. This will prevent
overheating. DO NOT route the wire extension
below the grill (see Fig. 16-3).
Fig. 16-1 Power supply detail
Note: For enclosures with a solid area beneath the
grill, a cutout must me made near the wire
extension to allow for the above requirement.
If an insulating liner is installed, route the wire
down through the nearest hole possible.
• DO NOT block the vent holes found on the box.
Fasten the power supply box to the inside of the
enclosure using appropriate hardware for your enclosure.
Fig. 16-2 Wire connections
The electrical connections from the power supply box to
the grill electrical systems come pre-connected.
WARNING
Electrical Grounding Instructions
This outdoor-cooking gas appliance is equipped with a
three-pronged (grounding) plug. Do not cut or remove
the grounding prong from the plug.
CONNECT THE POWER SUPPLY TO LINE
POWER
Plug the power supply cord into a properly wired
and inspected GFCI electrical receptacle (15 AMP
minimum). Use a heavy-duty grounded extension cord
if necessary.
Route wires
directly downward
(to prevent
overheating)
12"
Min.
Fig. 16-3 Power supply clearance
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
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 or touch hot surfaces;
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 Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) protected receptacle 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 equipment, and approved
for outdoor use with a W-A marking.
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SAFE USE & MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE GAS CYLINDERS
IMPORTANT FOR YOUR SAFETY
READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS PROVIDED WITH THE PROPANE-GAS CYLINDER.
When operating this appliance with a propane-gas cylinder, these instructions and warnings MUST be observed.
FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN A SERIOUS FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
CYLINDER/CONNECTOR REQUIREMENTS
a. Propane-gas cylinders, valves, and hoses must be
maintained in good condition and must be replaced if
there is visible damage to either the cylinder or valve. If the
hose is cut or shows excessive abrasion or wear, it must
be replaced before using the gas appliance (see e.).
The use of pliers or a wrench should not be necessary. Only
cylinders marked “propane” may be used.
To disconnect: Turn the hand nut counterclockwise until
detached (Fig. 17-1).
Important:
Before using the unit, and after each time the
cylinder is removed and reattached, check
the hose for wear (see a.) and check all
connections for leaks. Turn off the unit valves
and open the main cylinder valve, then check
connections with soapy water. Repair any
leaks before lighting the unit.
CAUTION:
Always turn the propane cylinder main valve
off after each use, and before moving the unit
and cylinder or disconnecting the coupling.
This valve must remain closed and the
cylinder disconnected while the appliance
is not in use, even though the gas flow is
stopped by a safety feature when the coupler
is disconnected.
b. This unit, when used with a cylinder, should be connected
to a standard 5-gallon (20 lb.) propane-gas cylinder
equipped with an OPD (Overfill Prevention Device).
The OPD has been required on all cylinders sold since
October 1,1998, to prevent overfilling.
c. Cylinder dimensions should be approximately 12" (30.5
cm) in diameter and 18" (45.7 cm) high. Cylinders must
be constructed and marked in accordance with the
Specifications for Propane Gas Cylinders of the U.S.
Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) or the National
Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders,
Spheres, and Tubes for Transportation of Dangerous
Goods.
d. The cylinder used must include a collar to protect the
cylinder valve, and the cylinder supply system must be
arranged for vapor withdrawal.
e. The
The pressure
pressure regulator
regulator and
and hose
hose assembly
assembly (Fig.
used 17-1)
must
match
the
specifi
cation
for
Type
I
by
ANSI
Z
21.58-2005/
supplied with this outdoor gas appliance (L.P. models
CGA must
1.6-2005
(see Fig.
17-1).
only)
be used.
Original
and replacement pressure
regulator and hose assemblies must be those specified
by the manufacturer for connection with a cylinder
connecting device identified as Type I by the ANSI Z
21.58-2005/CGA 1.6-2005 (see PARTS LIST for ordering
information).
f.
Carefully inspect the hose assembly each time before the
gas is turned on. A cracked or frayed hose must be replaced
immediately.
If the appliance is stored indoors, the cylinder must be
disconnected and removed. Disconnected cylinders must be
stored outdoors, out of the reach of children, with threaded
valve plugs tightly installed, and must not be stored in a
building, garage, or any other enclosed area.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
The propane-gas cylinder valve must be equipped with a
cylinder connection coupling device, described as Type I
in the standard defined in paragraph e. above. This device
is commonly described as an Acme thread quick coupler.
g. If the propane-gas cylinder comes with a dust plug, place
the dust cap on the cylinder valve outlet whenever the
cylinder is not in use.
QUICK COUPLER OPERATION
To connect the regulator/hose assembly to the propanegas cylinder valve fitting: Press the hand nut on the regulator
over the Acme thread fitting on the cylinder valve. Turn the hand
nut clockwise to engage the threads and tighten until snug.
a. DO NOT store a spare propane-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 CAUSING DEATH OR SERIOUS
INJURY MAY OCCUR.
Fig. 17-1 Type I Acme thread quick coupler
QCC
Type 1
valve
Pressure
relief
valve
Hand wheel
Brass Acme
thread fitting
Regulator
UL
Liquid level
indicator
(optional)
Hand nut with Acme
thread
For propane ventilation requirements, see the ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS section.
17
Vent
Hose
UTILISATION SÛRE ET ENTRETIEN DES CYLINDRES DE GAZ DE PROPANE
IMPORTANT POUR VOTRE SÛRETÉ
LISEZ ET SUIVEZ TOUS LES AVERTISSEMENTS ÉQUIPÉS DE VOTRE CYLINDRE DE GAZ DE PROPANE.
En actionnant cet appareil avec un cylindre de gaz de propane ON DOIT observer ces instructions et avertissements.
LE MANQUE DE FAIRE AINSI PEUT AVOIR COMME CONSÉQUENCE UNE INCENDIE OU UNE EXPLOSION SÉRIEUSE.
main dans le sens des aiguilles d’une montre pour engager les
CYLINDRE ET CONDITIONS ET
fils et pour serrer jusqu’à ce que douillettement. L’utilisation des
CARACTÉRISTIQUES DE CONNECTEUR
pinces ou de la clé ne devrait pas être nécessaire. Seulement
a. Des cylindres et les valves de gaz de propane doivent être
le propane marqué par cylindres doit être employé.
maintenus en bon état et doivent être remplacés s’il y a
Pour débrancher: Tournez l’écrou de main dans le sens
des dommages évidents au cylindre ou à la valve.
b. Ce gril, une fois utilisé avec un cylindre, devrait être relié à contraire des aiguilles d’une montre jusqu’à isolé (fig. 18-1).
c.
d.
e.
e.
f.
g.
un gallon de la norme 5 (20lb.) cylindre de gaz de propane
équipé d’un OPD (remplissez au-dessus du niveau le
dispositif d’empêchement). L’OPD a été exigé sur tous les
cylindres vendus depuis octobre 1.1998 pour empêcher le
remplissage excessif.
Les dimensions de cylindre devraient être approximativement
12"(30.5cm) de diamètre et 18" (45.7cm) hauts. Des
cylindres doivent être construits et marqués selon les
caractéristiques pour des cylindres de gaz de propane du
département des ETATS-UNIS du transport (D.O.T.) ou
le niveau national du Canada, du CAN/CSA-B339, des
cylindres, des sphères et des tubes pour le transport des
marchandises dangereuses.
Le cylindre doit inclure un collier pour protéger la valve
de cylindre et le circuit d’alimentation de cylindre doit être
assuré le retrait de vapeur.
Le
du de
régulateur
deet
pression
et le flexible
(Fig.utilisé
18-1)
Le montage
régulateur
pression
l’ensemble
de tuyau
fourni
avec
cet
appareil
au
gaz
en
plein
air
(modèles
au
doivent assortir les spécifications pour le type I par ANSI
propane
seulement)
doit
être
utilisé.
Assemblées
d'origine
et
Z 21.58-2005/CGA 1.6-2005 (voir la figue. 18-1).
régulateur de pression et le tuyau de remplacement doivent
être ceux spécifiés par le fabricant pour le raccordement d'un
dispositif de cylindre de liaison identifiée comme de type I par
le 21.58-2005/CGA ANSI Z 1.6 à 2005 (voir liste des pièces
pour les informations de commande).
La valve de cylindre de gaz de propane doit être équipée
d’un dispositif d’accouplement de raccordement de
cylindre, décrit comme type I dans la norme définie dans le
e. de paragraphe ci-dessus. Ce dispositif est généralement
décrit comme coupleur rapide de fil de point culminant.
Si votre cylindre de gaz de propane vient avec une prise
de la poussière, placez le bouchon anti-poussière sur la
sortie de valve de cylindre toutes les fois que le cylindre
n’est pas en service.
Important:
Avant d’employer le gril, et ensuite chaque
fois que le cylindre est enlevé et rattaché,
examinez tous les raccordements pour déceler
les fuites. Arrêtez les valves de gril et ouvrez
la valve principale de cylindre, puis vérifiez
les raccordements avec de l’eau savonneux.
Réparez toutes les fuites avant d’allumer le gril.
ATTENTION: Tournez toujours la valve principale de cylindre
de propane au loin après chaque utilisation,
et avant de déplacer le gril et le cylindre, ou
débrancher l’accouplement. Cette valve doit
rester fermée et le cylindre a débranché alors
que l’appareil n’est pas en service, quoique
l’écoulement de gaz soit arrêté par un dispositif
de sûreté quand le coupleur est débranché.
Inspectez soigneusement l’ensemble de tuyau chaque fois
avant que le gaz soit allumé. Un tuyau fissuré ou effiloché doit
être immédiatement remplacé.
Si l'appareil est stocké à l'intérieur, le cylindre doit être disconnected
et a enlevé. Des cylindres Disconnected doivent être stockés
dehors, hors de la portée des enfants, avec les prises de valve
filetées étroitement installées, et ne doivent pas être stockés dans
un bâtiment, le garage, ou n'importe quel autre secteur inclus.
POUR VOTRE SÛRETÉ
OPÉRATION DE COUPLEUR RAPIDE
a. Ne stockez pas un cylindre de gaz disponible de propane
dessous ou ne vous approchez pas de cet appareil.
b. Ne remplissez jamais cylindre au delà de 80 pour cent de
plein.
c. SI L’INFORMATION DANS “A” ET “B” N’EST PAS SUIVIE
EXACTEMENT, UN FEU CAUSANT LA MORT OU DES
DOMMAGES SÉRIEUX PEUT SE PRODUIRE.
Fig. 18-1 type coupleur rapide de fil de point culminant d’I
Volant de commande
QCC
Type 1
4
1
Ajustage de précision
3
en laiton de fil de
point culminant
Régulateur
Valve
Pour relier le regulator/hose à l’ajustage de précision de
valve de cylindre de gaz de propane: Serrez l’écrou de main
sur le régulateur au-dessus de l’ajustage de précision de fil
de point culminant sur la valve de cylindre. Tournez l’écrou de
Valve
de
décompression
UL
2
Indicateur
de niveau
de liquide
(facultatif)
Écrou de main avec le
fil de point culminant.
Pour la ventilation de propane, voir la section sur les exigences de boîtier.
18
Passage
Tuyau
IDENTIFICATION OF GRILL CONTROLS
Center right main
burner
control knob
Smoker drawer
burner control
knob
Control
panel
screw(s)
Fig. 19-1
Right
main burner
control knob
Right backburner
control knob
Left
backburner
control
Left
knob main burner
control
knob
Center left main
burner
control knob
Drip
trays
Digital thermometer
Smoker
drawer
Power hood
control switch
(if equipped)
Master
switch
E1060i control locations
Center main burner
control knob
Control
panel
screw(s)
Fig. 19-2
Smoker drawer
burner control
knob
Left
main
burner
control
knob
Right
main burner
control knob
Backburner
control knob
Digital
thermometer
Drip
tray
Smoker
drawer
Power hood
control switch
(if equipped)
E660i and E790i control locations
19
Master
switch
OPTIONAL POWER HOOD
The Fire Magic® Power Hood is available as a factory
shipped option. Read the following before using the
grill.
2. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the stainlesssteel motor assembly housing screw. Pull the top
of the housing first up and then outward away
from the lid until the top of the shroud clears the
lip of the motor mount beneath, then remove the
housing completely and set it aside (Fig. 20-3).
Important: Grill must be connected to electrical
power to open and close lid by motor.
3. Use the Allen wrench to loosen and remove the
lid motor assembly locking bolt and washer (see
Fig. 20-4).
OPENING AND CLOSING THE LID
While set up for motorized opening and closing, the
lid may be controlled using the black rocker switch on Important: Keep this bolt and washer for later use
the right side of the control panel.
in converting the unit back to automatic
lid operation.
The rocker switch will lock in any one of three positions:
up–commanding the lid to open, down –commanding
the lid to close, and center–allowing the lid to hold its
current position.
4. Replace the motor assembly housing and
refasten.
CONFIGURING THE LID FOR MOTORIZED
OPENING AND CLOSING
CONFIGURING THE LID FOR MANUAL OPENING
AND CLOSING
The unit is shipped in this configuration, but if you have
configured it for manual operation and wish to use the
motorized open/close function again, follow this procedure:
WARNING
If the grill has been on recently, all Power Hood
components are potentially hot. Wait for grill to
cool before beginning this procedure or wear
heat-resistant gloves.
1. Follow steps 1-4 except screw in the locking bolt
in step 3.
Fig. 20-3
Gear cover plate
CAUTION: Do not push or pull on the lid or its handle
while it is configured for automatic
operation. This could result in damage
to the grill.
To configure the lid for manual opening and closing,
simply remove the locking bolt using the following
procedure. This procedure requires the use of the
Allen wrench supplied with this option.
LL
PU
Motor
assembly
housing
1. Open the lid completely, then set the rocker switch
to the center position and disconnect electrical
power to the unit.
Fig. 20-4
Hinge bolt
Locking bolt
Fig. 20-2
Fig. 20-1
UP
UP
DOWN
DOWN
Fig. 20-1
Fig. 20-2
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LIGHTING (IGNITION) INSTRUCTIONS
Read all instructions before lighting, and follow these instructions each time you light the unit.
ELECTRONIC LIGHTING
MANUAL LIGHTING
This unit must
be connected
to 120VAC
Note: Electronic
lighting
requires an
installedpower
9-volt
for electronic
battery
with alighting.
good charge.
1. Open lid(s) or remove cover(s) from burner(s) to be lit.
CAUTION: Always wait five (5) minutes for gas to
clear after any unsuccessful lighting
attempt.
2. Turn all gas control knob(s) to their OFF position(s).
2. Insert either a burning long-barrel butane lighter or
a burning long-stem match through the cooking grid
opening to the top of the lighting tube. (Fig. 21-2).
For backbur ners, hold the flame
a g a i n s t t h e s u r fa c e o f t h e b a ck bu r n e r.
For sideburners, hold the flame against the burner.
3. Turn on the gas at its source.
Read
Readsetting
setting here
(OFF position
shown)
here
o
TTO
TTu
OFF
HI
LIGHT
Gas Flow
Indicator
ONON
rnRN
TuTU
ToT O
F
FFF
OO
Nn
R
r
U
Press
knob in
to turn
Note: DO NOT
turn on more
than one valve at
a time for either
electronic or
manual lighting.
ame at
at the
the top
top of
of the
thelighting
lighting
3. Hold the match / lighter flflame
or,or,
next
to the
Then/
tube for
for55seconds,
seconds,
next
to backburner.
the sideburner
depress
the
appropriate
control
knob
and
while
backburner. Then depress the appropriate control
pressing
counterclockwise
to the HI LIGHT
knob
and turn
whileit pressing
turn it counterclockwise
to
position.
Remove
the Remove
lighter or
the
the
HI LIGHT
position.
thematch
lighterwhen
or match
burnerthe
lights,
and
release
control
when
burner
lights,
and the
release
theknob.
control knob.
HIGH to
Use
LIGHT
HI
(high)
to light
LOW
Fig. 21-1 - Control knob
4. Depress the desired control knob for 5 seconds,
then, while pressing turn it counterclockwise to the
HI LIGHT position. Once the burner lights, release
the knob.
CAUTION:
If a burner does not light within five (5)
seconds of turning on the control knob,
depress the knob and turn it to the OFF
position. WAIT FIVE (5) MINUTES
before repeating step 4. If you smell
gas, follow the instructions on the cover
of this manual. If the burners still do not
light after several attempts, refer to the
instructions for manual lighting.
4. If the burner does not light, immediately depress
the knob and turn the valve to OFF. WAIT FIVE
(5) MINUTES before repeating steps 2 through 4
of the MANUAL LIGHTING instructions.
Lighting
tube
Lighter
Fig. 21-2 - Manual lighting
5. Repeat step 4 for each additional burner to be lit.
Important:
1. Follow steps 1 through 3 (left).
When lighting the burner under the
flavor/smoker drawer, first remove
the drawer so that the burner can be
easily seen. Then replace the drawer
after the burner is lit.
SHUTTING OFF THE UNIT
To shut off the unit, depress each valve control knob
and while pressing turn it clockwise to the OFF position.
Always close the valve from the gas supply after each
use of the unit.
WHEN USING A PORTABLE PROPANE TANK
Propane tanks are equipped with a safety shutdown
device that may cause low or no gas pressure/flame
at the burners if operating and lighting instructions
are not followed exactly (See important note in the
TROUBLESHOOTING section for more details.)
21
For your convenience and safety; when the
control knob is in the on position, the gas flow
indicator will change from blue to red. (Red
indicates gas flow.) See Fig. 21-1.
ALLUMAGE DES INSTRUCTIONS (D’ALLUMAGE)
Lisez toutes les instructions avant l’allumage, et suivez ces instructions chaque fois vous lumière le unité.
ÉCLAIRAGE ÉLECTRONIQUE
Note:
ÉCLAIRAGE MANUEL
Le unité doitélectronique
être relié à la
puissance
120VAC
pour
L’éclairage
exige
une batterie
installée
l’éclairage
électronique.
de 9 volts avec une bonne charge.
RRN O
SUTU
TO
ATTENTION: Attendez toujours cinq (5) minutes le gaz
pour se dégager après que n’importe quelle
1. Ouvrez les couvercles ou enlevez les couvertures des brûleurs
tentative non réussie d’éclairage.
pour être Lit.
1. Suivez les étapes 1 à 3 (à gauche).
2. Tournez tous les boutons de commande de gaz à leurs
2. Passez un allumeur brûlant de butane de long-baril ou
positions de repos.
une allumette brûlante de long-tige dans la grille à cuire
3. Allumez le gaz à sa source.
s’ouvrant au dessus du tube d’éclairage. (Fig. 22-2). Pour
des backburners, tenez la flamme contre le surface du
Note:
N’ouvrez
LisezRead
l’établissement
ici
setting
(OUTRE
de montrer)
here
backburner. Pour des sideburners, tenez la flamme contre
pas plus d’une
le brûleur.
va
l
ve
à
l
a
fo
i
s
FDFE
O
NE
R
R
pour
l’éclairage
OFF
U
3. Vieux
matchle/ flmatch
amme /d’un
briquet
à labriquet
partie supérieure
Maintenez
flamme
d’un
à la partie
UT T
O
électronique ou
TO
du
tube d’éclairage
5 secondes,
à côté deou,
la
supérieure
du tube pendant
d’éclairage
pendant 5ou,
secondes,
manuel.
brûleur
latéral
/
veilleuse.
Puis
appuyer
sur
le
bouton
de
à
côté
de
la
veilleuse.
Puis
appuyer
sur
le
de
HIGH to
Utilisation
Indicateur
LIGHT
SALUT
contrôle approprié et en appuyant
d’écoulement
appuyant tourner
tourner dans
dans le
le sens
sens
(haute)
de gaz
Enfoncez
antihoraire
à
la
position
HI
LIGHT.
Retirez
le
briquet
ou
HI
LIGHT.
Retirez
le
briquet
ou
à la lule bouton
mière
pour
des allumettes quand le
brûleur
s’allume,
puis
relâchez
le
brûleur
s’allume,
puis
relâchez
tourner
le bouton de commande.
N
HI
LIGHT
LOW
Fig. 22-1 - bouton de commande
4. Diminuez le bouton de commande désiré pendant 5
secondes, puis, et tout en pressant le tour il dans le sens
contraire des aiguilles d’une montre dans la position
LÉGÈRE de HI. Une fois que le brûleur s’allume, libérez
le bouton.
ATTENTION :
Si un brûleur ne s’allume pas dans cinq
(5) secondes d’allumer le bouton de
commande, enfoncez le bouton et tournezle à la position de repos. ATTENDEZ CINQ
(5) MINUTES avant de répéter l’étape 4. Si
vous sentez le gaz, suivez les instructions
sur la couverture de ce manuel. Si les
brûleurs ne s’allument toujours pas après
que plusieurs tentatives, se rapportent aux
instructions pour l’éclairage manuel.
Tube
d’éclairage
Plus léger
5. Répétez l’étape 4 pour que chaque brûleur additionnel soit Lit.
Important:
4. Si le brûleur ne s’allume pas, enfoncez immédiatement
le bouton et tournez la valve à AU LOIN. ATTENDEZ
CINQ (5) MINUTES avant de répéter les étapes 2 à 4
des instructions manuelles d’éclairage.
En allumant le brûleur sous le tiroir de
saveur/fumeur, enlevez d’abord le tiroir
de sorte que le brûleur puisse être
facilement vu. Remplacez alors le tiroir
après que le brûleur soit Lit.
Fig. 22-2 - Éclairage manuel
ARRÊT DU UNITÉ
Pour couper le unité, diminuez chaque bouton de commande
de valve et tout en pressant tour il dans le sens des aiguilles
d’une montre à la position de repos.
Fermez toujours la valve de la fourniture de gaz après chaque
utilisation du unité.
EN EMPLOYANT UN RÉSERVOIR DE PROPANE PORTATIF
Des réservoirs de propane sont équipés d’un dispositif
d’arrêt de sûreté qui peut ne pas causer le bas ou aucunes
pression de gaz/flamme aux brûleurs si le fonctionnement
et l’allumage des instructions ne sont pas suivis exactement
(voir la note importante dans la section de dépannage pour
plus de détails.)
22
Pour votre convenance et sûreté ; quand le
bouton de commande est dans la position de
fonctionnement, l’indicateur d’écoulement de
gaz changera de bleu en le rouge. (Le rouge
indique l’écoulement de gaz.) Voir la Fig. 22-1.
DIGITAL THERMOMETER / INTERIOR AND KNOB LIGHTS
Your grill comes with a digital thermometer for temperature
monitoring and timed cooking. Pressing any button will turn on
the thermometer. The thermometer will automatically shut off
after 5 minutes if no temperature change is detected.
Note: The thermometer also controls the interior lights, and
knob backlights. Thermometer shutdown will not shut
off these lights; they must be manually shut off.
Meat probe handle
The thermometer is located on the control panel between the
control knobs.
Plug in the meat probe on the right side of the control panel
as shown in Fig. 23-1.
For best performance and temperature readings center the
zone separators properly between each burner (see PARTS
LIST).
Read the following sections completely regarding thermometer
operation. Refer to Fig. 23-2 for thermometer orientation and
button locations.
Prior to initial use; calibrate the thermometer (following
page). Whenever the master switch is turned off or the
power supply is disconnected, allow 30 seconds for the
thermometer to initialize the next time it is powered on.
MEAT
PROBE
Meat probe plug
Fig. 23-1 Meat probe detail
Arrows for adjusting digits
Timer button
Menu
button
Display screen
MENU
SET
Light button
DEFAULT SCREEN
Fig. 23-2 Orientation
Press any button to turn the thermometer ON. The default
screen will be displayed. All temperatures for the cooking zones
(see Grilling Tips section) and the meat probe will be shown (Fig.
23-3). See below for options under the default screen.
Meat probe temp. info
Setting a Location Temperature
PROBE
TEMP
1. Press the up/down arrow to switch to the desired location
(a cooking zone or the meat probe). Press SET.
2. The selected location’s temperature screen will be
displayed. Use the arrows to set the desired temp. The
actual temp. will also be shown. (See Fig. 23-4.)
Note: PRESSING the arrows will adjust the desired temp.
by increments of one degree. HOLDING them down
(for several seconds) will adjust the temp. rapidly.
3. Press SET to return to the default screen. Repeat as
necessary for all other locations.
The alarm will sound (if set to do so) when a location reaches its
set temperature. The alarm is silenced by pressing any button
on the thermometer.
MENU
SET
Time set via Timer
ACT
170 080 05:00
°F
ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3
SET
350 350 350
078 078 075
ACT
SET button
for selecting
& confirming
SET
Cooking zones temp. info
Fig. 23-3 Default screen detail
Current location
Use arrows to set
ZONE 1
Interior and Knob Lights
1. Press the light button to turn both the interior lights and knob
backlights ON. The interior lights will temporarily shut off when
the hood is closed (except for Magic View models).
MENU
SET TEMP: 350
SET
ACTUAL: 078
2. Press the light button once to turn the interior lights OFF,
and a second time to turn the knob backlights OFF.
Note: Thermometer shutdown will not shut off these
lights; they must be manually shut off by turning the
thermometer back ON and pressing the light button.
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Set this temp. as desired
Fig. 23-4 Location temp. screen (zone 1 shown)
DIGITAL THERMOMETER / INTERIOR AND KNOB LIGHTS (Cont.)
Setting the Timer
1. Press the timer button. Use the arrows to set the desired
amount of time (see Fig. 24-1.)
Use arrows to set
Timer button
2. Press SET to return to the default screen.
The time remaining will be shown on the default screen. Once the
time reaches zero; the alarm will sound. The alarm is silenced by
pressing any button on the thermometer.
TIMER
05:00
MENU
SET
MENU SCREEN
Press any button to turn the thermometer ON. The default screen
will be displayed. Press the MENU button to display its screen. Press
the up/down arrow to scroll through the options. (See Fig. 24-2.) See
below for options under the menu screen.
Set time as desired
Fig. 24-1 Timer screen
Note: The menu screen will return to the default screen after
approximately 30 seconds of no activity. Press the MENU
button to manually return to the default screen.
Changing temperature units (°C/°F) / Calibrating
1. Under the menu screen select SETUP. Press SET.
2. Press the up/down arrow to select (by pressing SET):
MENU
• SETUP F C. This will allow you to press the up/down arrow
to select the desired temperature unit (°C/°F). Press SET to
return to the menu screen.
• CALIBRATE. This will calibrate the thermometer with the
ambient temperature, and return to the menu screen.
(Must be done with the grill off and at ambient temperature.)
SETUP
GRILL GUIDE
ALARM
BACKLIGHT
SET
Fig. 24-2 Menu screen
Grill Guide and Meat Probe
Use arrows to view desired meat
The grill guide displays recommended ready temperatures for
various meats.
1. Under the menu screen select GRILL GUIDE. Press SET.
MED
WELL
PROBE
TEMP RARE RARE MED DONE
2. Press the up/down arrow to view the desired meat.
BEEF
140
150
160
170
PORK
N/A
N/A
N/A
170
LAMB
140
150
160
180
3. Note the temp. and press SET. This will take you to the meat
probe temperature screen.
MENU
4. Use the arrows to set the noted temp.
SET
5. Press SET to return to the default screen.
Putting the meat probe into the cooking meat will give an actual
temp. reading. The alarm sounds (if set to do so) when the actual
temp. reaches the set temp. The alarm is silenced by pressing any
button on the thermometer.
Fig. 24-3 Grill Guide screen
Use arrows to select desired alarm
Do not leave the meat probe in the meat for a prolonged
period of time, or with the hood closed. The probe is calibrated
specifically for use at temperatures between 130˚F and 180˚F.
Setting the Alarm
The alarm can be individually set (ON or OFF) for the meat probe
and each cooking zone. The default setting has the alarm OFF for
the meat probe and cooking zones. The alarm always sounds for
the TIMER.
MENU
ZONE 1
ZONE 2
ZONE 3
PROBE
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
1. Under the menu screen select ALARM. Press SET.
2. Use the up/down arrow to select the desired alarm, and press
the light button to turn the alarm ON/OFF. Press SET to return
to the menu screen.
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Press light button to turn ON/OFF
Fig. 24-4 Alarm screen
SET
DIGITAL THERMOMETER / INTERIOR AND KNOB LIGHTS (Cont.)
Setting the Thermometer Backlight
Use arrows to select desired color
The default color for the thermometer backlight is blue. The color
may be changed as desired by turning the three base colors ON/
OFF. Various combinations will result in different colors.
1. Under the menu screen select BACKLIGHT. Press SET.
2. Use the up/down arrow to select the desired color, and
press the light button to turn the color ON/OFF.
BACKLIGHT
MENU
RED
GREEN
BLUE
OFF
OFF
ON
3. Press SET to return to the menu screen. The new color
will now show.
Note: Turning all colors OFF will result in no backlight.
Press light button to turn ON/OFF
Fig. 25-1 Backlight screen
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SET
ROTISSERIE INSTRUCTIONS
Backburner cover
Rotisserie
rod bracket
Warming rack
Rotisserie rod
rear bracket
A
B
Rotisserie
motor
bracket
1
2
Rotisserie
rod
and
knob
Rotisserie
motor
Meat
holders
Fig. 26-1
Counterbalance
Heavy-duty
Rotisserie motor
2
Rod drive socket
Rocker
switch
1
Rotisserie motor
slots (4)
Fig. 26-2
Fig. 26-3
Backburner
(unlit)
Drip tray
liner
loosen/
tighten
Fig. 26-4
CAUTION: WHEN USING THE BACKBURNER; KEEP
THE OVEN LID CLOSED TO PREVENT HEAT
LOSS, PROVIDE PROPER CONVECTION,
AND PROVIDE PROPER VENTING. THIS WILL
ENSURE EVEN COOKING TEMPERATURES.
DO NOT KEEP YOUR OVEN LID OPEN DURING
ROTISSING, AS THIS MAY CAUSE PERSONAL
INJURY, OR IN SOME CASES, IN WINDY
CONDITIONS, DAMAGE TO THE GRILL.
DO NOT USE THE ROTISSERIE MOTOR IN THE
RAIN. DO NOT LEAVE THE MOTOR ON THE
GRILL WHEN NOT IN USE.
1. Remove warming rack, backburner cover, cooking grids,
and zone separators. Leave the flavor grids on if possible.
2. Slide rotisserie motor fully onto motor bracket (right side,
Fig. 26-1 and 26-2).
3. Remove rotisserie rod from rear bracket (Fig. 26-1) and
attach knob if necessary.
4. Slide the left meat holder onto the rod (and tighten), the
meat onto the rod and into the holder, followed by the
right meat holder onto the rod and into the meat as shown
in Fig. 26-3. Tighten the right meat holder. Be sure the
meat is centered and balanced as well as possible.
7. Hold both ends of the rod so it settles freely (do not grip
tightly). Allow the rod to rotate until the heavy side of the
meat rests downward.
8. The counterbalance may then be attached to even weight
distribution. Slide counterbalance onto rod next to the
meat holder. Loosen the arm and point it upward opposite
the heavy side of the meat. Tighten the arm.
9. Slide the counterbalance weight up or down the arm until
the rod rotates most evenly then tighten thumb screw
(Fig. 26-4 and Fig. 26-5).
10. Insert the pointed end of the rod into the motor drive
socket and the groove next to the knob into the left
support bracket.
11. To keep drippings off the burners and simplify cleanup,
place Fire Magic® drip tray liners under the meat, if
desired (Fig. 26-3).
12. Plug-in the rotisserie motor and press the rocker switch
to start (Fig. 26-2).
13. Light backburner per lighting instructions in this manual
(or on drip tray handle) and close oven lid.
Important: Turn the backburner to low or off when
stopping the rotisserie to prevent overcooking.
Backburner
(lit)
Arm
slide
Thumb
screw
Weight
Left support bracket
Fig. 26-5
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OPTIONAL INFRARED BURNER OPERATION
The infrared (IR) searing burner (optional) cooks with
WARNING
a powerful radiant heat.
Only handle the infrared burner cover when the
unit is cold or with a well-insulated long-handled
tool or heat resistant gloves.
Cover
SIDE VIEW (with cover on)
Cut-out for
Flash tube
Flash tube
Ignitor
electrode
NO foreign
objects
Drippings
and other
Airborne liquids
dust or
grease
Ignitor
electrode
Fig. 27-1
Cover
Flash
tube
Food
particles
or debris
OFF
HI
LIGHT
Fig. 27-2
LOW
Light the infrared burner following the LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS in this manual or printed on the
drip tray. Follow these guidelines when operating the
Infrared burner:
• DO NOT place food on the cooking grid until
the IR burner glows orange (Fig. 27-3). Drippings
are heated and evaporate instead of sticking to and
impairing burner function.
Burner ceramic must be protected with cover when
burner is not in use.
SIDE VIEW
(burner on HI LIGHT
and glowing orange)
Ignitor
electrode
Flash
tube
• For cleaning purposes; always leave your burner
on (after cooking) for an additional 5 minutes, to
allow for a burnoff period. This is important to
keep your burner clean and operating properly.
As the burner is self cleaning (at full temperature);
avoid the use of cleaners or abrasives.
• Do not strike or scratch the burner ceramic as it
may chip, crack, or break (Fig. 27-2).
Note: Digital thermometer does not give accurate
readings for infrared burners.
OFF
HI
LIGHT
LOW
• When not in use, always cover the infrared burner
with the stainless-steel cover. This protects the
burner from drippings (from other cooking), airborne
particles, and foreign objects (Fig. 27-2).
Fig. 27-3
Drips and particles evaporate before hitting infrared
burner when cooking at the maximum setting.
Note: Flavor grids are not to be used with infrared
burners.
Important: When grilling with the infrared burner,
always place a cooking grid above it.
The cooking grid must be removed for
rotisserie cooking.
To ensure proper operation, all infrared burners
(back and main) must be operated on the HI setting
for a minimum of 10 minutes. Thereafter, the flame
may be lowered as desired.
CAUTION: DO NOT operate your IR burner with the
oven hood closed.
CAUTION: Always monitor the infrared burner flame
when operated on low, as it may blow
out in high-wind conditions.
CAUTION: Never attempt to operate the IR burner
with the protective cover in place.
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GRILLING TIPS
The art of grilling involves learning the nuances of your edge, where it rises rapidly to a fairly even temperature
grill and knowing how various cuts of meat and other reflected by the thermometer. The heat continues to
foods cook on it under different settings and conditions. rise gradually until it reaches a maximum directly
Each grill will be unique due to its configuration above the place where the two lobes of each burner
and how it is positioned or installed. This section connect (see Fig. 28-2). From there to the back of
contains information about how Fire Magic grills were the grill, heat diminishes moderately. This supports
engineered, which will help you in learning how your the desired temperature for the warming rack and
prevents heat from becoming excessive at the back
grill responds to the way you use it.
fire wall of the grill.
COOKING ZONES
GRILL HEAT DISTRIBUTION - IR BURNER
Your grill is divided into three cooking zones, each
corresponding to a burner. Burners are numbered Infrared burners are designed for even, searing
starting at one (1) on the left, going to three (3) on the heat across their whole surface. Because the heat
right (see Fig. 28-1). The cooking zones are monitored is radiant, it tends to heat the food you are cooking
directly without heating the air around it as much as
by the digital thermometer.
a conventional burner.
Note: E1060 models contain an additional cooking
zone, on the far left of the grill. This zone is not SMOKER DRAWER USE
monitored by the digital thermometer.
When using a single cooking zone with the smoker
Each cooking zone temperature is designed to be drawer, use zone 1. It will minimize burner heat on the
controlled individually by the burner control knob.
flavor drawer and maximize a circulating convection
Specific zones are better suited to specific types of current that will draw the smoke flavor into the food.
cooking because of features such as being adjacent
WIND CONSIDERATIONS
to a fire wall or away from the smoker drawer.
Wind direction can have an effect on the grill,
GRILL HEAT DISTRIBUTION - MAIN BURNERS
especially with the oven open. For maximum stability
The heat level at each part of the grill has been and convenience, position the grill so that the oven
engineered for specific purposes. Knowing the heat opens toward any prevailing wind (Fig. 28-1).
distribution for each burner will allow you the best
possible food positioning when grilling.
Fig. 28-1
CAUTION: Even the coolest part of the grill is too
hot to be touched during operation of
the grill.
The front of the grill is designed, for safety reasons,
to be the coolest part of the grill. If you look directly
down on the grill top, while it is off and cool, you can
see this portion of the grill, where the front end of each
burner stops and the slope of the inner grill fire wall
begins. This area also loses heat most rapidly when
the oven lid is opened (see Fig. 28-2).
From the front of the grill moving toward the back, the
heat rises gradually until just above the burner’s front
1
2
3
Orient grill so prevailing wind
blows in this direction
Fig. 28-2
Medium heat
High heat
Medium heat
Low heat
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ACCESSORIES
GRILL BRUSH (optional)
WARMING RACK (if equipped)
Purchase a Fire Magic® stainless-steel grill brush (sold
separately) to keep your grill cleaner. It comes with
scraper for large particles and a replaceable head with
brass bristles for overall cleaning.
The warming rack (Fig. 29-2) is packed separately.
To install the warming rack, lift the front of the rack up
slightly and insert the rack hangers into the two holes
in the back of the inner oven hood. Then lower the front
of the rack into a level position to lock the rack in place.
To remove the warming rack, lift up on the front of the
rack until the rack hangers pull free from their supporting
holes.
Fig. 29-1
Note: Removing the warming rack before using the
rotisserie will leave more clearance for the
meat being cooked. (if applicable)
Grill brush with replacement head
THE COOKING GRID LIFTER
Hold the grid lifter by gripping the center section with the
prongs pointing down (use an oven mitt or heavy glove
if the grill is hot). Insert the notched end of the grid lifter
into the cooking grid, in front of the midway point (front
to back; Fig. 29-3), and central (left to right; Fig. 29-4).
Twist the grill lifter (clockwise or counterclockwise) so
the handle is parallel to the grill rods. This “seats” the
spiked end of the grid lifter between two rods, enabling
you to safely lift out the grid. Lift slowly and adjust the
grid lifter, if necessary, for balance.
Fig. 29-2 Warming rack in place inside oven
THE DRIP TRAY
The drip collection system allows you to brush or scrape
excess dried residue from the grilling area directly into
the drip tray (see the DRIP TRAY section for more
information).
THE FLAVOR GRID(S)
Place each flavor grid directly over a burner. The solid
areas of the grid should rest over the tabs found on the
burner. See Fig. 29-6.
29-5. The slightly larger grids are
designed to be placed over the outside burners,
and the slightly smaller grid(s) are designed to be
placed over the interior burner(s).
Fig. 29-3
Fig. 29-4
Placement of the grid lifter in cooking grid
FLAVOR FROM WOOD CHIPS OR CHARCOAL
Note: This allows heat from the burners to be evenly
distributed throughout the cooking area. The
flavor grids heat and cool quickly, making the
grill very responsive to changes in heat from
the burners.
Fig. 29-5
Wood chip smoker drawer
You can add wood chips, wood chunks, or the natural
wood charcoal of your choice to the smoker drawer (Fig.
29-5) or the flavor grid (Fig. 29-6). Heat wood chips in the
smoker drawer by lighting the smoker burner using the
smoker control and zone 2 ignitor. When using the flavor
grid, we recommend placing wood outside the direct
cooking zone or wrapping it in perforated aluminum foil.
Soaking wood before use will slow burning and increase
smoke flavor. Wood and charcoal ash will remain in the
flavor grid and drawer after use. Either can be easily
removed and cleaned when unit has fully cooled. The
smoker drawer is water-tight, allowing liquid flavorings
to be added as well.
29-6
Fig. 29-5
Flavor grid
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FIRE MAGIC® DRIP TRAY
Drippings from grilling flow through specially
designed channels and collect in the drip tray. Check
the drip tray regularly and empty when required.
Fig. 30-1
Fig. 30-2
Pull out the drip tray and place liner
Your grill includes a pack of four (4) Fire Magic®
drip tray liners (Fig. 30-1). For your convenience
in cleanup, place a liner into the drip tray before
grilling.
To fit a liner into the drip tray, pull out the tray and
set it on a flat, level surface. Place the liner in the
drip tray as shown in Fig. 30-2 and carefully insert
the tray back under the control panel.
Fig. 30-3
Be sure liner fits under lighting instruction plate
Note: Be sure that the liner is properly placed into
the drip tray. The front of the liner must fit
under the drip tray's lighting instruction plate
(see 30-3 detail).
After each use, wait for the grill to cool and carefully
pull out the drip tray to check it. When a liner is
nearing full, carefully lift it out of the drip tray, lifting
with both hands to keep the tray level until it is safely
discarded. Then insert a new drip tray liner.
Order more drip tray liners through your local Fire
Magic® dealer.
Note: The foil tray liner is also useful for setting on
burners to cover them and catch drippings
directly during rotisserie only cooking.
Note: For
There
are easy
to follow
instructions
models
with
matchlighting
holders
attached
etched
onto
the
top
of
the
drip
tray
inside the drip tray, place the matchhandle.
holder
off to one edge of the pan (Fig. 30-3). If
necessary, mold the foil liner around them
and the other features of the tray to create
enough clearance space to open and close
the tray without catching the liner.
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CARE & CLEANING
APPLIANCE MUST BE COMPLETELY COOL WHEN
CLEANING. DO NOT SPRAY ANY CLEANER OR
LIQUIDS ON THE APPLIANCE WHEN HOT.
The appliance must be cleaned as often as once a month
(depending on use) to prevent grease build-up and other
food deposits.
in
Wipe with gra
INTERIOR
THE BURNER PORTS AND CARRY-OVER PORTS/
SLOTS MUST BE KEPT CLEAN TO ENSURE PROPER
IGNITION AND OPERATION.
Fig. 31-1 - Wipe with grain
Remove the burner (see orifice changing instructions)
and clean the ports and slots as required. (For Fire Magic
grills use Maintenance Kit part #MK-1.) Also inspect and
clean the burner inlet for insects and nests. A clogged PROTECTING YOUR APPLIANCE FROM THE
burner can lead to a fire in the bottom of the appliance.
WEATHER
The inside of the appliance may be cleaned periodically
An optional cover will protect your appliance when not
with oven cleaner if desired. Follow the oven cleaner
in use. (Allow to cool before covering.)
instructions for proper use.
Please specify the model number and serial number
Be careful not to get oven cleaner on the outside surface
of your appliance when ordering a cover.
of the appliance as it can permanently damage the finish.
EXTERIOR
Stainless steel surfaces when exposed to temperatures
produced by the grilling process will change color. The
stainless steel will change color from silver to brown
and blue. This can be removed by using stainless steel
cleaner.
IMPORTANT
IN THE EVENT OF A GREASE FIRE, IMMEDIATELY
SHUT OFF THE MAIN GAS VALVE TO THE UNIT.
KEEP THE LID OPEN AND ALLOW THE FIRE TO
EXTINGUISH ITSELF. A THOROUGH INSPECTION
BY A TRAINED SERVICE TECHNICIAN SHOULD
BE CONDUCTED BEFORE FUTURE USE OF YOUR
UNIT. THE SERVICE TECHNICIAN WILL CHECK THE
SYSTEM FOR GAS LEAKS AND WILL CHECK ALL
ELECTRICAL WIRING FOR DAMAGE. ALL GAS
If your appliance is installed in a seaside (salt air) or LEAKS AND WIRING MUST BE REPAIRED PRIOR
poolside (chlorine) location, it will be more susceptible TO FUTURE USE.
to corrosion and must be maintained/cleaned more
frequently. Do not store chemicals (such as chlorine or
fertilizer) near your stainless steel appliance.
Clean your appliance by first using grill cleaner to remove
grease and dirt. Always wipe with the grain (See Fig.
31-1). Next, use stainless steel cleaner to restore the
stainless steel color (Note: not for mirror finish). Finish
by wiping your appliance down using polish wipes. To
clean any mirror finish (if applicable), use a quality
brand glass cleaner only, not any of the cleaners
mentioned above.
Due to the nature of stainless steel, surface iron oxide
deposits may appear. Do not be alarmed – these deposits
are removable with stainless steel cleaner through prompt
and periodic maintenance. If not attended to promptly,
permanent pitting may occur.
By following these recommendations, you will enjoy the
beauty and convenience of your appliance for many years
to come.
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REPLACING HALOGEN BULBS
Your grill is engineered with the conveniences of
electrical power for illuminating and igniting the grill.
5. Wearing a pair of gloves, reach into the fixture,
gently grab the bulb, and pull it straight out of the
fixture so that the two pins at the base of the bulb
come all the way out.
To replace any oven light, follow the instructions below.
Important: ONLY REPLACE WITH 12V / 10 WATT
HALOGEN BULB(S).
WARNING
Important: Bulb is halogen. DO NOT TOUCH with
bare hands. Oils from hands drastically
reduce bulb life.
To protect from potentially sharp sheet metal and
glass, wear gloves and safety glasses during this
procedure.
Note: It may be helpful to rock the bulb gently
backward and forward while pulling it out.
Fig. 32-2
1. Turn all burner control knobs to the OFF position
and shut off the gas supply to the grill at the source
(tank valve for propane units or gas line shut-off
valve for natural gas units.)
2. Disconnect supply of external electrical power to
the grill.
CAUTION: Wait for the grill, oven, lens, light bulb,
and fixture to cool before proceeding to
the next step.
Bulb
Socket
Fixture
Curved
cut-out
top of
lens
6. Inspect the old bulb for broken glass or filament.
3. Open the oven lid.
Important: Place one hand directly below the glass
lens and prepare to catch it when it is
detached.
4. Carefully insert a standard flat head screwdriver
or thin plastic spatula between the glass lens and
the stainless steel on which the light is mounted
and gently pry the glass lens out in such a way
that the stainless steel is not scratched (twisting
the screwdriver handle, for instance). Catch the
lens and set it safely aside.
Note: You may wish to take this opportunity to clean
the lens with a standard household window
cleaner and then dry it completely.
Note: It may be beneficial to test a suspect bulb
in one of the other light fixtures known to be
working and turn the power back on to be
certain the bulb is actually not working.
Fig. 32-3
Socket
Holes
Prongs
Bulb
Fig. 32-1
7. Insert the new 12V / 10 watt halogen bulb into the
socket so that both pins slide all the way into the
two holes in the bottom of the socket.
8. Place the lens back into the fixture opening with
the curved cut-out on the bottom and snap it back
into place.
Lens
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POWER SUPPLY FUSE REPLACEMENT
1. Locate the power supply box inside of the island
enclosure (reference the PARTS LIST).
Fig. 33-1
2. Using a phillips screwdriver, remove the 4 large
screws found on the cover of the power supply
box (see Fig. 33-1).
3. Disconnect the power supply cord. Then
disconnect the wire harness and ground wire
(see Fig. 33-2). Completely remove the box from
the enclosure for ease of fuse replacement.
4. Remove the 4 small screws found on the cover
of the power supply box (see Fig. 33-3).
Remove 4 large screws
Disconnect
here
Fig. 33-2
Note: The 2 center screws do not need to be
removed.
5. Carefully open the box by pulling its cover away.
You may need to feed the wire harness into the
box to provide enough slack to open on the
other end. Then “push in and twist” the fuse
holder (red wire), exposing the fuse. See Fig.
33-4.
6. Replace the fuse accordingly (3AG 2 AMP).
Disconnect wire harness and ground wire (and power cord)
Fig. 33-3
Remove 4 small screws
Fig. 33-4
Carefully open box and replace fuse (red wire)
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CONVERTING THE GAS TYPE
REGULATOR CONVERSION
Required tools:
•
Phillips-head screwdriver (#2 medium)
The gas regulator, located behind the control panel, must
• Needle-nose pliers
be set for the type of gas used to fuel the grill. To check
• 3/8" hex nut driver (deep socket)
the regulator setting, remove the cap in the center of the
• 5/16" hex nut driver
regulator (Fig. 34-1). Holding the cap vertical (see Fig.
34-2), the letters at the bottom of the plastic stalk indicate CHANGING THE MAIN BURNER ORIFICES
the gas type for which the regulator is currently configured.
If the bottom of the regulator stalk does not indicate the 1. Remove the cooking grid from above the burner you
gas connected to the grill, remove the stalk from the cap,
are working on by lifting it first from the front and set
it aside.
invert, and replace into center of cap. Replace cap on the
regulator, screwing down until snug.
2. Remove the flavor grid from above the burner you
are working on and set it aside.
Gas regulator
Note the cap on top.
3. Remove the cotter pin from the left or right rear
burner anchoring peg by
pulling it straight out of the
cotter pin hole using fingers
Cotter pin
or needle-nose pliers (Fig.
34-3).
Read gas
type here.
(LP shown)
Fig. 34-1
Fig. 34-2
CAUTION: T h e b u r n e r i s Main
heavy.
burner
GAS ORIFICE CONVERSION
4. Lift the back end of the burner
This Fire Magic® grill comes from the factory configured
out of the anchor peg holes,
Fig. 34-3
for one type of gas as marked on the label behind the
then move the burner toward
control panel. When the grill is converted, this label
the back of the grill to clear
the gas inlet and set it aside.
must be replaced or updated to identify the new gas.
Each burner has a brass orifice, which can be replaced
and must match the gas being used. When converting
the grill to a different gas, each burner’s orifice must
be replaced with the corresponding orifice for the new
gas.
5. Use a 3/8" hex nut driver to remove the exposed
orifice (Fig. 34-4) and replace it with the correct
orifice for the new gas. (See
Table 1 at the beginning of this
document for orifice sizes.)
Natural-gas to propane-gas conversions using a
tank internal to a portable grill require installation of
a propane tank holder (not included) for safety and
compliance with the ANSI standards referenced on
the cover of this document. This tank holder must be
purchased separately from the manufacturer.
6. Replace the burner by first Orifice
sliding the open cylindrical
end of the burner around
the orifice, enveloping it and
centering on it, then lower the
back end anchor pegs into the
Fig. 34-4
anchor peg holes.
Consult Table 1 at the beginning of this document to
determine the proper orifice sizes for each burner.
Note: It is critical to the continued safe functioning
of the burner that the orifice is centered and
completely inside the burner gas conduit.
7. Reinsert the cotter pin into the right rear burner
anchor peg using fingers or needle-nose pliers.
It is critical to the operation of each burner that its orifice
be fully inserted into the center of its orifice opening.
WARNING
Hazardous overheating will occur if a natural-gas
orifice is used with propane gas.
8. Replace the flavor grid and then the cooking grid so
that the cutout section of the cooking grid is lined
up with the lighting tube.
Repeat these steps for each main burner.
CAUTION: Make sure the grill is at a safe
temperature and isolated from gas and
CHANGING THE BACKBURNER ORIFICE
electrical supplies before beginning.
1. Remove the warming rack if installed and set it aside.
For your safety, exercise caution, and make sure you
have adequate hand protection, such as gloves, when 2. Remove the back burner cover (lift from the bottom,
first upward, then outward).
handling metal parts.
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CONVERTING THE GAS TYPE
3. Unfasten the two back burner nuts (found on the left
side of the back burner) using a 1/4" nut driver and
set them aside. See Fig. 35-2.
4. Remove the back burner by lifting the left side
outward and to the left. See Fig. 35-3.
5. Use a 3/8" hex nut driver to remove the exposed orifice
and replace it with the correct orifice for the gas being
converted to (See Table 1 for size). Reference Fig.
35-4 for orifice orientation.
6. Replace the back burner assembly and fasten the
two nuts using a 1/4" nut driver.
7. Replace the back burner cover and warming rack.
Fig. 35-1
Fig. 35-2
Fig. 35-3
Orifice
Fig. 35-4
CHANGING AN INFRARED BURNER ORIFICE
(IF EQUIPPED)
1. Remove the cooking grid from above the burner on
which you are working by lifting it first from the front
and set it aside.
2. Unscrew both lighting tube hex head screws with a
3/ " hex nut driver.
8
3. Remove the infrared burner by lifting the back of the
burner up so that both tabs are freed from their slots,
then lift the burner toward the back of the fire box
and upward. Set the burner aside.
4. Use a 3/8" hex nut driver to remove the exposed orifice
and replace it with the proper orifice for the new gas
(see Table 1 for sizing).
5. Replace the infrared burner by first sliding it over the
orifice, then lowering the two tabs under the back of
the burner into the slots in the back burner rest.
6. Reattach the lighting tube and replace the grid so
that the cut-out section is in front.
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CONVERTING THE GAS TYPE
CHANGING A SMOKER BURNER ORIFICE
6. Carefully pull out the elbow. It will have the smoker
orifice attached to it. Remove the orifice using
a 7/16" open end wrench and replace it with the
correct orifice for the gas being converted to (See
Table 1 for size). See Fig. 36-3 for a complete
orientation of the smoker assembly, shown outside
of the grill for clarity.
1. Turn off the gas shutoff valve.
2. Pull off the control knobs. Slowly lift away the lighted
bezels to clear the valve stems, and carefully disconnect
the wires found on the back of the bezels (use your
fingernail.) Remove the smoker drawer. Unscrew and
remove the control panel screws and washers.
7. Once the new smoker orifice is installed onto the
existing elbow, reinstall the elbow and orifice into
the grill, being sure the orifice properly fits into the
smoker burner pipe. See Fig. 36-3 for detail.
3. Lift the control panel up and outward, allowing it to
rest on the internal chain(s).
4. Use a 5/8" open end wrench to remove the flex
connector attached to the elbow coming out of the
smoker burner tube (see Fig. 36-1 and 36-2).
8. Refasten the elbow using the two hex nuts.
Smoker burner tube
Fig. 36-1 Open face & Remove flex connector
1/4" hex screws
Orifice
7/16" nut
5/8" nut
Fig. 36-3 Orifice removal (exploded view)
Unscrew and detach
flex connector
9. Reconnect the flex connector to the elbow.
5. Use a 1/4" hex nut driver to remove the two hex
screws surrounding the elbow (see Fig. 36-2).
10. Reinstall the control panel, smoker drawer, bezels,
and control knobs.
Fig. 36-2 Remove hex nuts
Important: When re-installing the control panel, set
it back over the front lip of the grill so that
the lid-closed-sensor plunger protrudes
through the hole on the upper right of the
control panel. Prior to opening the gas
shutoff valve, be sure the control knobs
are in the OFF position.
Remove hex nuts
from plate
Flex connector
Removed
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BURNER AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
Important:
1. Follow the safety precautions and steps for
main burner removal
Fig. 37-2
in the CHANGING
Adjustment
THE MAIN BURNER screw
ORIFICES section Adj.
slot
(steps 1-4).
Air shutters are preset at the
factory based on the gas the grill is
built to burn. However, altitude or
other local conditions may require
air shutter adjustment for proper
combustion.
2. Adjust the air shutter
opening by loosening
Open
the adjustment screw Close
with a screwdriver,
then sliding the air shutter backward or forward
to open or close the air shutter opening (see
Fig. 37-2).
MAIN BURNER
Flames from a properly adjusted main burner with
no wind or breeze present will appear fairly steady,
consistent, and mostly blue. If the tip of a flame were
to turn orange, it should only do so briefly and then
become blue again. The flames will appear to burn
while touching the burner ports (see Figure 37-1).
Shutter Setting
Open too far
If the flames have orange in them and appear to
undulate slowly from side to side, or if some of them
appear to lift off the burner instead of touching it,
then adjust the air shutter, as instructed below.
Carry-over
slots (on
each lobe)
Bridge
between
burner
lobes
Ideal setting
Closed too far
Fig. 37-1
Flame Condition
Flames shorten and
lift off the burner
Blue flames just
touching burner
“Lazy” flames with
orange in them
Too large an air shutter opening will allow too much
air into the burner, which will cause the flames first
to shorten and then to appear to lift up off the ports.
For the bottom of the flames to move closer to the
ports, close the air shutter more.
If the air shutter opening is too small or closed, the
flames will present consistently orange tips and
become “lazy,” slowly undulating back and forth.
Blue flames on
burner ports
For propane gas, ideal settings tend to be just
slightly open. For natural gas, which generally
requires less primary air than propane, the main
burner air shutter may be nearly closed.
Lighting
tube
3. Adjust the air shutter opening and then replace
the burner (steps 6-8 in the CHANGING THE
MAIN BURNER ORIFICES section).
CAUTION: Turn all burner control knobs to the
OFF position and turn off the gas
supply at the source before removing
or adjusting a burner.
4. Follow the lighting instructions in this manual to
light the burner.
WARNING
Wait for the burner to be cool or use heavily insulated
heat-resistant gloves when handling the burner.
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5. Repeat steps 1-4 until the flames appear to
touch the burner ports, burning fairly steadily
and mostly blue (see Fig. 37-1).
CONTROL PANEL REMOVAL
To remove the control panel:
1. Turn the control knobs to the OFF position and turn off the gas
supply to the grill.
2. Turn off the master switch and disconnect the unit from the power
source.
Carefully
disconnect
Bezel
removed
3. Pull the control knobs from the stems and set aside.
4. Slowly lift away the lighted bezels to clear the valve stems, and
carefully disconnect the wires found on the back of the bezels (use
your fingernail). See Fig. 38-1.
Fig. 38-1
Bezel
installed
5. Remove the smoker drawer and drip tray(s).
6. Using a Phillips screwdriver, unscrew and remove the control panel
fastener screws and washers (located on the left and right front face
of the control panel). Retain the screws for later re-installation.
7. Carefully open the control panel by lifting and pulling the control panel
from the frame, allowing it to rest on the internal chain(s).
Lid-closed-sensor
(if equipped)
Important: When opening, take caution to not damage any wiring.
8. If wire disconnections are required, reference the wire diagram in the
MODEL SPECIFICATIONS section in this instruction manual or the
wire diagram label affixed to the inside of the control panel.
Protrude through hole
Fig. 38-2
Note: Secure any disconnected wires (coming from the inside of the unit) to prevent them from falling in.
Note: Whenever reconnecting any wires, apply a small amount of dielectric grease to the male connector,
then make the connection.
Important: When reinstalling the control panel, set it back over the front lip of the grill so that the lidclosed-sensor plunger protrudes through the hole on the upper right of the control panel
(if applicable). See Fig. 38-2.
Important: During reinstallation; prior to opening the gas shutoff valve, be sure the control knobs are
in the OFF position.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have trouble with this Fire Magic® grill, please use this list to identify the problem. By trying one or more of the solutions
to the possible cause, you should be able to solve the problem. If this list does not cover your present problem, or if you have
other technical difficulties with the grill, please contact your local Fire Magic® dealer or visit our web site at www.rhpeterson.com.
PROBLEM
Accessories do
not operate
Ignition system
failure
Insufficient heat /
low flame
Uneven heating
Thermometer not
operating properly
Interior & knob
light(s) not operating
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTION
1. Power source not hooked to power supply
1. Hook external power to grill.
2. Master switch is off
2. Turn master switch on.
1. Power source not hooked to power supply
1. Hook external power to grill.
2. Improper air shutter adjustment
2. Adjust air shutters.
3. Ignition wire disconnected
3. Plug wires back into ignition switches.
4. Low gas pressure
4. Have the gas co. check pressure at grill.
5. Front carry-over port
5. Clean burner ports.
6. Blown fuse in power supply box
6. Replace the fuse. Reference the POWER SUPPLY
FUSE REPLACEMENT section.
7. Igniter malfunction
7. Contact dealer for replacement.
8. Igniter switch malfunction on valve
1. Improper air shutter adjustment
8. Contact dealer for replacement.
1. Adjust air shutters.
2. Using propane orifice for natural gas
2. Check/change orifices.
3. L o w g a s p r e s s u r e / f l a m e ( p r o p a n e )
3. Shut off all valves, including propane tank, and follow
lighting instructions exactly. (See important note*
below.)
4. Low gas pressure/flame (natural)
4. Have the gas co. check pressure at grill.
5. L.P. regulator hose cracked due to age
5. Replace L.P. regulator hose.
1. Burner ports partially blocked by debris
1. Remove burners and clean out ports.
2. Small spiders or insects in burner
2. Inspect burners and orifices for spider webs or other debris
that may block flow.
3. Improper air shutter adjustment
3. Adjust air shutter.
1. Thermometer malfunction
1. Reset thermometer by turning master switch off then
back on.
1. Thermometer light switch not functioning
1. Reset thermometer by turning master switch off then
back on.
2. Interior or knob light(s) burned out
2. Contact dealer for replacement.
1. Valve "Low" setting needs adjustment
1. Light burner on HIGH, immediately turn to LOW
setting. Remove knob from valve and using a small flat
screwdriver, slowly turn the adjustment screw in the
stem, a little at a time (30° to 45°), in either direction,
until the flame is approximately 1/4" in height from
burner ports.
1. Rotisserie out of balance
1. Adjust rotisserie counterbalance.
1. Elec. socket circuit breaker is tripped
1. Reset circuit breaker (See Fig. 39-1).
Burner goes out on
LOW
Rotisserie noisy
Rotisserie doesn’t
turn but lights work
* Important: Propane tanks are equipped with a safety shutdown
device that may cause low or no gas/flame at the
burners if operating and lighting instructions are not
followed exactly. If you suspect the propane tank
safety shutoff is in effect, shut off all burner control
valves and the propane tank valve. Then read and
follow the LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS exactly.
Lighting instructions are located in your owner’s
manual and printed on the grill’s metal drip tray. If the
problem persists, continue troubleshooting, or contact
your local dealer or R. H. Peterson for assistance.
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WARRANTY
PETERSON FIRE MAGIC GRILLS AND ACCESSORIES
LIMITED WARRANTY
Robert H. Peterson Co. ("RHP") warrants your Fire Magic® grill to be free from defects in material and workmanship.
Fire Magic® cast stainless-steel burners, stainless-steel rod cooking grids, and stainless-steel housings are warranted for as long as you own
your Fire Magic® grill -- LIFETIME. (Except as noted below.)
Fire Magic Choice stainless steel tubular burners are warranted for TWENTY (20) YEARS.
Fire Magic® cast brass burners, brass valves, inner liners, manifold assemblies, and backburner assemblies (except ignition parts) are
warranted for FIFTEEN (15) YEARS.
Fire Magic® Electric Grills, including stainless steel grid, and housings are warranted for TEN (10) YEARS.
Fire Magic® Infra-red burners, flavor grids, Charcoal stainless steel grills, and Smokers are warranted for FIVE (5) YEARS; except for the
charcoal pan, charcoal grid, wood pellet screen, thermometer, and ash tray; which are warranted for ONE (1) YEAR.
Fire Magic® sideburners and all other Fire Magic® grill components (except ignition and electronic parts) are warranted for THREE (3)
YEARS.
Fire Magic® ignition systems (excluding batteries), electronic components (including lights and thermometers), and grill accessories are
warranted for ONE (1) YEAR.
A COPY OF YOUR SALES SLIP FOR PROOF OF PURCHASE IS REQUIRED
This warranty applies to the original purchaser for products which are installed in the United States or Canada and which are operated and maintained
as intended for single family residential usage. This warranty is valid only with proof of purchase, shall commence on the date of purchase, and shall
terminate (both as to original and any replacement products) on the anniversary date of the original purchase of the product stated on the above schedules.
This warranty covers defects in material and workmanship. This warranty does not cover parts which become defective as a result of negligence, misuse,
use not in compliance with the Owner’s Manual/Installation Instructions, accidental damage, improper handling, improper storage, improper installation,
lack of required routine maintenance (as specified in the Owner’s Manual/Installation Instructions), electrical damage, local gas impurities or failure to
protect against combustibles. Product must be installed (and gas must be connected) as specified in the Owner’s Manual/Installation Instructions by
a qualified professional installer. Modifications to products which are not specifically authorized will void this warranty. Accessories, parts, valves,
remotes, etc. when used must be Peterson products or this warranty is void. Warrantied items will be repaired or replaced at Peterson’s sole discretion.
This warranty does not apply to rust, corrosion, oxidation, or discoloration unless the affected part becomes inoperable.
This warranty does not cover labor or labor related charges, except as provided by separate specific written programs from the Peterson Co. All repair
work must be performed by a qualified professional service person and requires prior approval of Peterson.
Peterson may require the defective product or part to be returned to the factory to determine the cause of failure. Peterson will pay freight charges if
the product or part is determined to be defective. This warranty does not cover breakage in shipment from our (Independent) distributor to its customer
if the damage is determined to have occurred during that shipment.
This warranty specifically excludes liability for indirect, incidental, or consequential damages. Some states and provinces do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specified legal rights, and
you may have other rights that vary from state to state or province.
For additional information regarding this warranty, or to place a warranty claim, contact the R. H. Peterson dealer where the product was purchased.
TO REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ONLINE GO TO: WWW.RHPETERSON.COM,
AND CLICK ON PRODUCT REGISTRATION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PURCHASE.
Quality Check
Burner Orifices Nat.
Date:_________________
L.P.
Leak Test: ___________ Model#:
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Main:
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Burn Test: ___________ Serial#:
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Back:
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Gas Type:
Side/Power:
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Infrared:
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Smoker:
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Other:
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Nat. / L.P.
Air Shutter: ___________________
Inspector:
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Robert H. Peterson Co. • 14724 East Proctor Avenue • City of Industry, CA 91746
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