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LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
Warranty: This George Foreman™ product is warranted by Salton, Inc. to be free from defects in
materials or workmanship for a period of (1) year from the original purchase date. This product
warranty covers only the original consumer purchaser of the product.
Warranty Coverage: This warranty is void if the product has been damaged by accident in shipment, unreasonable use, misuse, neglect, improper service, commercial use, repairs by unauthorized personnel, normal wear and tear, improper assembly, installation or maintenance abuse or
other causes not arising out of defects in materials or workmanship. This warranty is effective only
if the product is purchased and operated in the USA, and does not extend to any units which have
been used in violation of written instructions furnished with the product or to units which have
been altered or modified or to damage to products or parts thereof which have had the serial number removed, altered, defaced or rendered illegible.
Implied Warranties: ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHICH THE PURCHASER MAY HAVE ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE (1) YEAR FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Warranty Performance: During the above one-year warranty period, a product with a defect will
be either repaired or replaced with a reconditioned comparable model (at our option) when the
product is returned to the Repair Center, or the purchase price refunded. The repaired or replacement product will be in warranty for the balance of the one-year warranty period and an additional
one-month period. No charge will be made for such repair or replacement.
Service and Repair: Should the appliance malfunction, you should first call toll-free 1 (800) 9373883 between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Central Standard Time and ask for CONSUMER
SERVICE stating that you are a consumer with a problem. Please refer to model number GP300
when you call.
In-Warranty Service (USA): For an appliance covered under the warranty period, no charge is
made for service or postage. Call for return authorization (1 800 937-3883).
Out-of Warranty Service: A flat rate charge by model is made for out-of-warranty service. Include
$20.00 (U.S.) for return shipping and handling. We will notify you by mail of the amount of the
charge for service and require you to pay in advance for the repair or replacement.
For Products Purchased in the USA, but Used in Canada: You may return the product insured,
packaged with sufficient protection, and postage and insurance prepaid to the USA address listed
below. Please note that all customs duty / brokerage fees, if any, must be paid by you and we will
require you to pay the cost of customs duty / brokerage fees to us in advance of our performing
any service.
Risk During Shipment: We cannot assume responsibility for loss or damage during incoming shipment. For your protection, carefully package the product for shipment and insure it with the carrier.
Be sure to enclose the following items with your appliance: any accessories related to your problem, your full return address and daytime phone number, a note describing the problem you experienced, a copy of your sales receipt or other proof of purchase to determine warranty status. C.O.D.
shipments cannot be accepted.
To return the appliance, ship to:
To contact us, please write to, call, or email:
Attn: Repair Center
Salton, Inc.
Salton, Inc.
P.O. Box 1526
708 South Missouri Street
Columbia, MO 65205-1526
Macon, MO 63552
1(800) 937-3883
Email: Salton@Saltonusa.com
Limitation of Remedies: No representative or person is authorized to assume for Salton, Inc. any
other liability in connection with the sale of our products. There shall be no claims for defects or
failure of performance or product failure under any theory of tort, contract or commercial law
including, but not limited to negligence, gross negligence, strict liability, breach of warranty and
breach of contract. Repair, replacement or refund shall be the sole remedy of the purchaser under
this warranty, and in no event shall Salton be liable for any incidental or consequential damages,
losses or expenses. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
Legal Rights: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
George Foreman™ is a trademark of Salton, Inc.
For more information on Salton products: Visit our website: http://www.eSalton.com
“© 2002 Salton, Inc.
P/N 61200 Ver. 1
All Rights Reserved”
Printed in China
OWNER’S MANUAL
For Model: GP300
GEORGE FOREMAN
™
Portable Propane Grill
TM
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Recipes (Cont.)
Rosemary Lamb Chops
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
16 loin lamb chops (1/2" thick)
4 tsp. chopped fresh rosemary
ground black pepper to taste
WARNING: A risk of fire or explosion exists in all propane grills.
Read this manual before use. Failure to follow all instructions may
result in serious personal injury, property damage, or death.
• Sprinkle chops with rosemary and pepper.
• Preheat Grill on MED/HIGH for 8 minutes.
• Place meat on Grill. Lower Cover and cook 3-4 minutes. Turn and cook
for another 3-4 minutes or until desired doneness.
• Serves 8
When using propane grills, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Read all instructions before using the grill.
2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs and oven mitts or
pot holders.
3. Keep children and pets away from the grill at all times.
4. This grill is not for use by children.
5. Do not leave this grill unattended while in use.
6. Do not move the grill when in use. Allow to cool before moving,
putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning and storing the
grill.
7. To disconnect, turn Temperature Control Knob to LOCK/OFF.
8. Do not operate any grill after the grill malfunctions, or has been
dropped or damaged in any manner. Contact Consumer Service for
return authorization, examination, repair or adjustment.
9. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the grill
manufacturer may cause injuries.
10. This grill is for outdoor use only. NEVER operate grill in enclosed
areas, as this could lead to gas accumulating from a leak, causing an
explosion or a carbon monoxide buildup which could result in injury
or death. DO NOT USE in garages, sheds or any enclosed areas.
11. Do not use grill for other than intended use.
12. Extreme caution must be used when moving a grill containing hot oil
or other hot liquids. Allow liquid to cool before removing and emptying Drip Container. Do not remove Grill Plate from Grill Body until Grill
is cool.
13. Do not attempt to dislodge food or clean the grill when it is hot.
14. Fuel, such as charcoal briquettes, is not to be used with this grill.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
THIS GRILL IS NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE.
FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY.
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Additional Important Safeguards
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CAUTION: This grill generates heat and escaping steam during use.
Proper precautions must be taken to prevent the risk of burns, fires or
other damage to persons or property. Use of protective oven mitts or
gloves is recommended.
All users of this grill must read and understand this Owner's Manual before
operating or cleaning this grill.
When using this grill, provide adequate air space above and on all sides for
air circulation. Do not allow this grill to touch clothing, dish towels or other
flammable materials during use.
IMPORTANT: Minimum clearance of 16 inches around all sides of the grill
should always be maintained and the appliance shall not be located under
overhead unprotected combustible construction.
If this grill begins to malfunction during use, immediately turn the
Temperature Control Knob to LOCK/OFF. Do not use or attempt to repair the
malfunctioning grill.
This outdoor cooking gas grill is not intended for use in or on recreational
vehicles and/or boats.
The use of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs may impair the
consumer’s ability to properly assemble or safely operate the grill.
When cooking with oil/grease, fire extinguishing materials shall be readily
accessible. In the event of an oil/grease fire do not attempt to extinguish
with water. Use Type BC dry chemical fire extinguisher or smother fire with
dirt, sand or baking soda.
In the event of rain while cooking with oil/grease, cover the cooking plate
immediately and turn off the grill burner and gas supply. Do not attempt to
move the grill or Grill Plate.
When cooking, the grill must be on a level and stable surface in an area
clear of combustible materials. An asphalt surface (blacktop) may not be
acceptable for this purpose.
Make sure the Temperature Control Knob is in the LOCK/OFF position when
placing the Grill Plate into position.
The grill is not intended for and should never be used as a heater.
Keep grill area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and
other flammable vapors and liquids.
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
Always open Cover before lighting your grill.
Do not attempt to disconnect the regulator or any gas fitting while the unit
is in operation.
Do not wear clothing with loose flowing sleeves while lighting or using the
grill.
Use barbecue tools with long, heat-resistant handles.
The grill should never face directly into the wind.
Do not operate grill in a high-traffic area.
After use, allow grill to cool completely before cleaning.
We recommend storing grill indoors or, if unable to store indoors, always
cover grill with protective cover. Always keep out of the reach of children.
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Grilled Vegetables
12 slices eggplant (or 8 baby eggplants)
4 small onions
4 small tomatoes
2 small zucchini
8-12 mushrooms
8 large cloves of garlic, peeled and sliced 1/4" thick
2/3 cup olive oil
4 tablespoons Italian seasoning
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Slice all vegetables 1/2 inch thick.
Brush vegetables and garlic lightly with olive oil.
Sprinkle Italian seasoning on both sides of vegetables and garlic.
Preheat the Grill on MED for 8 minutes.
Place vegetables and garlic on Grill. Lower Cover and cook for 7-8
minutes. Turn and cook another 10-15 minutes or until desired doneness is achieved.
• Serves 6-8
Serve as an accompaniment to meat and pasta, or stuff them into a piece
of pita or French bread for a grilled vegetable sandwich.
Mustard Lemon Chicken Breasts
4 tablespoons mustard
4 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
6 tablespoons lemon juice
4 cloves garlic, minced
2 tsp. paprika
8 6-oz. chicken breast, halved, boneless and skinless
• In a medium non-metal bowl, combine all ingredients except chicken.
• Add chicken breast and let it marinate for at least 1/2 hour in the
refrigerator.
• Preheat the Grill on MED for 8 minutes.
• Place chicken on Grill. Lower Cover and cook for 9-10 minutes. Turn
and cook another 9-10 minutes or until meat is no longer pink and the
juices run clear.
• Serves 8
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Recipes (Cont.)
George Foreman’s Power Burger
A flavorful hamburger that we think tastes even better than its all-meat
cousin! It pays to eat meals that minimize meat. To reduce saturated fat
in a typical burger, you can cut back on the amount of meat and make up
for it with plant-based ingredients. Bread crumbs and chopped vegetables have been added in this recipe. You could also try cooked rice, other
grains or cereal. In addition, choose whole wheat buns; they typically
contain one less fat gram than regular or even reduced-calorie buns.
If you settle for nothing less than a cheeseburger, Swiss cheese is 1
gram lower in fat than Cheddar, American or Monterey Jack with 8
grams of fat versus 9 in each ounce of cheese. However, reduced fat
cheeses like Cheddar or Swiss contain half the fat with 4 grams per
ounce. Mustard contains 1 gram of fat per tablespoon versus a whopping 11 grams of fat in a tablespoon of mayonnaise.
Top your burger in healthful style with dark, leafy green lettuce, shredded
cabbage, fresh cilantro, basil or spinach.
3/4 cup chopped vegetables such as yellow onions,
green onions, zucchini, parsley (can be sautéed)
3/4 cup seasoned bread crumbs
2-1/4 lbs. lean ground beef
• In a medium-size mixing bowl, combine the vegetables and bread
crumbs. Add the ground beef and mix well.
• Shape the mixture into twelve 4-inch wide patties.
• Preheat the Grill on MED/HIGH for 8 minutes.
• Place the patties on the Grill.
• Lower Cover and cook 6-8 minutes. Turn and cook another 6-7 minutes or until the meat is no longer pink and the juices run clear.
• Serves 12
This recipe is from "The Healthy Gourmet" (Clarkson Potter) by Cherie
Calbom.
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Special Instructions for the Use of Regulator
and LP (Propane) Cylinders
• The propane grill is equipped with a regulaCGA No. 600
tor having a CGA No. 600 cylinder connection device which is for connecting to a one
pound PROPANE cylinder ONLY. See
Illustration.
• Grill installation must conform with local
codes, or in the absence of local codes, with
the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54, Storage and Handling of
Liquefied Petroleum Gases, ANSI/NFPA 58 or CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and
Propane Installation Code.
• Use grill only with LP (propane) gas. Use grill only with the regulator/valve
assembly supplied.
• Never use charcoal briquettes or lighter fluid in a gas grill.
• Discard used and empty fuel cylinder in a safe place.
• Store spare fuel canisters in a well-ventilated area away from the grill.
• Do not puncture or burn fuel canister.
• Do not operate the grill if there is a gas leak present.
• Do not enlarge orifice or burner ports when cleaning the regulator and burner.
• If you smell gas, turn Temperature Control Knob to LOCK/OFF to shut off gas to
the grill. Extinguish any open flame and open Cover. If odor continues, immediately call your gas supplier or your fire department.
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other grill.
• An LP cylinder not connected for use shall not be stored in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
• The LP-gas supply cylinder to be used must be constructed and marked in
accordance with the specifications for LP-gas cylinders of the U.S.
Department of Transportation (DOT) or the National Standard of Canada,
CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for the Transportation of
Dangerous Goods.
• If the grill is not in use, the Temperature Control Knob must be turned to
LOCK/OFF to shut off the gas cylinder. Storage of a grill indoors is permissible
only if the cylinder is disconnected and removed from the grill. Cylinders must
be stored outdoors out of the reach of children and must not be stored in a
building, garage or any other enclosed area.
• The regulator may make a humming or whistling noise during operation. This
will not affect safety or use of grill.
• Save cylinder cap and reinstall when not in use.
• Cylinder supply system must be arranged for vapor withdrawal. The gas cylinder must be upright in use. Do not block the pressure relief valve during use
or storage.
• Always remove one pound cylinder from grill when transporting and when not
in use.
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Getting To Know Your GP300 Propane Grill
A spicy sausage with true Southwestern zip! These breakfast sausages
are great served with a sautéed vegetable or fresh salsa and scrambled
eggs. Buy 90% lean ground beef for the least-fat sausage. Ninety percent lean beef has 9 grams of fat with 4 of those grams being saturated
fat; whereas 73% lean beef has 18 grams of fat with 7 of the grams being
saturated.
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George’s Sausage Texas Style
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SIDE VIEW - BASE ASSEMBLY
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Base Support Ring (P/N 22156)
Front Support Foot (P/N 22157)
Storage Case/Stand (P/N 22162)
Latch (4) (P/N 22161)
Transport Handle/Drip Container
Holder
6. Match Holder (P/N 21656)
7. Flame Viewing Hole
8. Burner Guard
9. Side Tray, Left, with Utensil Rack
(P/N 22163L)
10. Reflector
11. Grill Cover (P/N 22165)
12 Handle (P/N 22166)
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Grill Plate (P/N 22167)
Grill Body
Burner Assembly
Temperature Control Knob
(P/N 21647)
Regulator (P/N 22185)
Side Tray, Right (P/N 22163R)
Ignitor Button
Ignitor Assembly (P/N 22186)
Drip Container with Lid (P/N 22168)
Rear Support Leg (P/N 22159)
Wheel (2) (P/N 22160)
Securing Rod (P/N 22171)
2 slightly beaten egg whites
2/3 cup finely chopped onion
1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs
1/2 cup diced green chili peppers
2 cloves (large) garlic, finely minced
4 Tbsp. snipped fresh cilantro
2 Tbsp. apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. chili powder
1/2 tsp. sea salt
1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper
1 lb. lean ground beef
• In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients except ground beef. Add
the ground beef and mix well.
• Shape the mixture into sixteen 3-inch wide patties.
• Preheat the Grill on MED/HIGH for 8 minutes.
• Place the patties on the Grill.
• Lower Cover and cook for 5-6 minutes. Turn and cook for another 5-6
minutes or until meat is no longer pink and the juices run clear.
• Serves 8
This recipe is from "The Healthy Gourmet" (Clarkson Potter) by Cherie
Calbom.
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Recipes
The Champ’s Sausage Without Guilt
Try this sizzling sausage patty that not only tastes good, but is also good
for you. Choose ground turkey breast, which is lower in fat than ground
turkey containing dark meat and skin. Turkey, especially the light meat, is
a good source of niacin, which is an important B vitamin needed to
maintain a healthy nervous system. Early symptoms of niacin deficiency
that appear in the nervous system are apprehension, irritability, depression, weakness, and loss of memory. To prevent niacin deficiency,
include plenty of lean turkey, fish, whole wheat, potatoes, corn flower,
eggs, broccoli, tomatoes, and carrots.
2 slightly beaten egg whites
2/3 cup finely chopped onion
1/2 cup finely snipped dried apples or 1 cup finely chopped fresh red
Delicious apple
1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs
4 Tbsp. snipped fresh parsley
1 tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. ground sage
1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/2 tsp. black pepper
1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper
1 lb. lean ground turkey breast
• In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients except turkey. Add the
ground turkey and mix well.
• Shape the mixture into sixteen to eighteen 2-inch wide patties.
• Preheat the Grill on MED for 8 minutes.
• Place sausage on the Grill. Lower Cover and cook for 6-7
minutes.Turn and cook another 6-7 minutes or until the meat is no
longer pink and the juices run clear.
• Serves 8
This recipe is from "The Healthy Gourmet" (Clarkson Potter) by Cherie
Calbom.
Before First Use
1. Remove the grill and any packaging materials from the shipping carton.
2. Place the Storage Case/Stand on a flat, level surface.
3. Unlatch the Storage Case/Stand and raise the Storage Case/Stand cover.
Remove the Base Support Ring and the grill assembly.
4. Open the Grill Cover, remove the Drip Container and swing both Side Trays
out to the side to remove the Grill Plate.
5. Wipe the Storage Case/Stand, Grill Body and Side Trays with a damp cloth
to remove any dust. Wash the Grill Plate and Drip Container in warm, soapy
water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
6. The Handle Assembly and
Handle
mounting hardware are packaged separately in a plastic
bag. Remove all parts, then
properly position the Handle on
Screw/
the front of the Grill Cover with
Washer
the screws in the Handle facing
down. From the inside of the
Cover
Grill Cover, place one of the
Screws and Washers through
the hole in one side of the Cover
Figure 1
and into the Handle. Repeat with
the other side of the Handle. Securely fasten both Screws with a Phillips
head screw driver. See Figure 1.
7. See "Grill Positions" and "Assembly Instructions" on the following pages.
Grill Positions
The Wheel-It and Grill-It™ Portable
Propane Grill is compact enough to transport to any grilling location. Wheel-It from
the storage shed to the patio, to a picnic
in the park, or off on a camping trip. The
Portable Propane Grill easily transforms
from storage to transport and to the
Grill-It position.
Storage Position: This position makes the
grill compact enough for space saving
storage. The Side Trays fold inside the grill
allowing the entire grill assembly to be
stored neatly and securely in the Storage
Case/Stand. See "Storing Your Propane
Grill" on page 17.
Figure 2
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Grill Positions (Cont.)
Transport Position: To
transform the grill from the
Storage Position to the
Transport Position, lift the
Transport Handle/Drip
Container Holder out from
the closed position and
roll away.
Transport Handle/Drip Container
Holder
Instructions For Cleaning (Cont.)
3. Carefully pull back on the Burner Assembly, disengaging the venturi from
the Regulator Assembly. Please see Figure 10. Since the Ignitor is still
attached to the Burner Assembly, use care to avoid stressing the cable.
There is enough slack available to allow you to look into the end of the
venturi and clean with a pipe cleaner if needed.
4. When clean, carefully reassemble the Burner Assembly and Reflector,
making sure the mounting screws are tight and the venturi tube and clip
are properly connected to the Regulator Assembly.
5. Clean the outside of the Burner Assembly with a paper towel or damp
sponge. Open any clogged holes with a thin wire.
Storing Your Propane Grill
Figure 3
Grilling Position: This
position is ideal for patio
use, beach barbeques,
camping sites, tail-gate
parties or picnics in the
park. See "Assembly
Instructions" on page 9.
1. Clean the Grill as instructed above.
2. To transform the grill from the Grilling Position to Storage Position, fold in
the Side Trays, store the Drip Container inside the Grill Body, and close
the Cover. Unlock the Transport Handle/Drip Container Holder, and
remove the Grill Body from the Storage Case/Stand.
3. Open the Storage Case/Stand, and attach the Base Support Ring back to
the integral groove of Storage Case/Stand. Place the Grill Body inside the
Storage Case/Stand, close the cover, and lock the latches.
4. Store the propane cylinder outdoors in a well-ventilated space and out of
reach of children.
5. Cover grill when stored outdoors.
6. Store grill indoors only if the propane cylinder is turned off and disconnected, removed from grill and stored outdoors.
7. When removing grill from storage, follow the "Cleaning the Burner
Assembly" instructions before using the grill.
Any servicing requiring disassembly other than the above cleaning must be
performed by an authorized appliance repair technician.
Do NOT ship gas cylinder if product needs service or repair.
WARNING: DO NOT
MOVE THE GRILL WHILE
THE GRILL IS IN USE.
Figure 4
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Instructions For Cleaning
Assembly Instructions
CAUTION: Grill surfaces are hot during use. Allow Grill Plate, Drip Container,
Cover and Grill Body to cool completely before handling and cleaning.
CAUTION: It is advisable that two persons assemble the grill. Never use the Storage
Case/Stand as a chair. Never load anything on the Storage Case/Stand except the
grill. Never load over 6 1/2 lbs. (3kg) on each Side Tray.
To transform the Grill from the
Rotate grill assembly onto the
Transport Position to the Grilling
Storage Case/Stand by sliding the
Position, lay the Storage Case/Stand on Mounting Bracket under the lip in the
its side, unlatch, then remove the Base
front of the Storage Case/Stand.
Support Ring and Grill Body assembly.
Close and latch all 4 Latches of the
Storage Case/Stand. Turn the Storage
Case/Stand upside down and pull out
the Front Support Foot and the Support
Leg with wheels. Position the Base
Support Ring above the Front Support
Foot. Align and insert the tabs of the
Front Support Foot into the notches on
Mounting
the underside of the Base Support
Ring. Slide the notches on the opposing Bracket
Push to
side of the Base Support ring under the
Lock
tabs on the Storage Case/Stand. Raise
the Securing Rod and snap it under the
metal clips on the Support Leg with
Drip
wheels. The other end of the Securing
Container
Rod will snap into the groove on the top
of the Base Support Ring and lock the
Drip Container
assemblies together. Turn the Storage
Holder
Case/Stand to the upright position. See
Support
Figure 5.
Leg
Place the grill assembly on top of the
Storage Case/Stand by sliding the
Mounting Bracket under the inside lip
of the Storage Case/Stand. Lift up the
Transport Handle/Drip Container Holder
to a level position. Insert the Drip
Container.
IMPORTANT: Push the Transport
Securing Rod
Handle/Drip Container Holder into the
slot of the Grill to lock it in place. This
is necessary as it keeps the Holder in
Base Support
Front
place and secures the back of the Grill
Ring
Support Foot
Assembly.
Raise the Cover and swing out both Side
Figure 5
Trays. IMPORTANT: Always unfold the
Side Trays before igniting, pre-heating or using the grill.
Attach the One Pound Propane Cylinder as instructed in 'Attaching Propane Gas
Cylinder'. The Grill is ready for use.
Make sure the Drip Container is in proper position, and remember that the grill should
always be operated with the Regulator on the right and the Drip Container in the rear.
1. Turn the Temperature Control Knob to the LOCK/OFF position and allow the
grill to cool before disassembling and cleaning.
2. Remove the propane cylinder.
3 Remove the Grill Plate and empty the Drip Container.
4. Wash the Grill Plate and Drip Container with warm, soapy water and a
plastic scouring pad. Rinse and dry thoroughly. Do not use steel wool,
coarse scouring pads or harsh or abrasive cleaners. If necessary, use a
nylon bristle brush to loosen hardened food particles.
5. Wash exterior parts with a soft sponge and warm clear water.
Nonabrasive cleaners may also be used.
6. Use a damp cloth to clean the inside of Cover and Grill Body.
Cleaning the Burner Assembly
IMPORTANT: Clean burner assembly
prior to use after storing, at the beginning of grilling season or an inactive
period of one month. Spiders and
insects like to build nests in burner
tubes, especially during colder months.
The nests can cause fires in burner
tubes or under grill.
In order to clean the inside of the burner
tubes, the Burner Assembly must be
removed from the grill. Make sure the
propane cylinder, Grill Plate and Drip
Container have been removed before
proceeding.
1. Turn the Grill Body upside down.
Refer to Figure 9 and locate the clip
that holds the venturi to the
Regulator Assembly. Pull straight up
on the clip, set it to the side and
return the Grill Body to the Upright
position.
2. Refer to Figure 10 and locate the
two machine screws that secure the
Burner Assembly to the grill. Loosen
and remove these screws, making
sure you retain the screws, washers
and hex nuts for reassembly.
Clip
(P/N 21643)
Figure 9
Burner Assembly
Venturi
Machine Screw
and Washer
Hex Nut
Figure 10
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Attaching Propane Gas Cylinder
Turn the Temperature Control Knob to the
LOCK/OFF Position. Push the one pound
propane cylinder slightly into the valve
while turning counterclockwise until a snug
fit is obtained.
Regulator
Assembly
(P/N 22185)
Grilling Guide (Cont.)
Food &
Quantity
Miscellaneous
Zucchini, 1/2" thick,
sliced from end to end
Temperature
Setting
Approximate
Cooking Time
Special
Instructions
Medium
10-15 min.
Peppers,
Medium
(red, yellow & green),
rings & slices, 1/2" thick
10-12 min.
Peppers,
(red, yellow & green),
quartered, sliced
from end to end
Bratwurst, 1" thick
Medium
15-20 min.
Medium
Well 15-20 min.
Cooked Ring Polish
Kielbasa, 1 1/2" thick
Cooked Beef Bratwurst,
1" thick
Cooked Kielbasa,
1" thick
Hot Dogs, 3/4" thick
High
12-15 min.
High
12-15 min.
High
12-15 min.
High
8-10 min.
Jumbo Hot Dogs,
1" thick
High
10-12 min.
Brush with oil,
and seasonings.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Marinate in oil and
seasoning. Turn
halfway through
cooking time
Marinate in oil and
seasoning. Turn
halfway through
cooking time
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Testing for Leaks
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
• Test for leaks outdoors in a well ventilated area. First:
1. Mix a couple tablespoons of liquid
detergent with an equal amount of
water. Use mild soap and water. DO
NOT USE HOUSEHOLD CLEANING
AGENTS.
2. Be sure that the Temperature Control
Knob is in the LOCK/OFF position.
3. Use a clean paint brush to brush
soapy solution onto connection
between gas cylinder and Regulator
orifice, and watch for bubbles.
4. If bubbles form or if a bubble grows,
there is a leak. Retighten connection
Propane
and repeat steps (2) and (3).
Cylinder
• Test all gas connections for leaks before
using your propane grill.
Figure 6
• Test for leaks every time you connect the
gas supply.
• Do not smoke while checking for leaks.
• DANGER - Do not use an open flame to check for gas leaks. Be sure
there are no sparks or open flames in the area while you check for
leaks. This will result in a fire or explosion which can cause serious
bodily injury or death, and damage to property.
NOTE: If you cannot stop a leak, remove gas cylinder and check for damaged threads, dirt and debris at the connection and gas cylinder. Also check
to see if anything is obstructing flow of gas at the connection and gas cylinder openings. Remove any obstruction that may be found and repeat leak
test.
Checking the Ignitor:
•
The Temperature Control Knob must be in the “LOCK/OFF” position.
Press the Ignitor button rapidly. A “CLICK” should be heard and spark
seen through Flame Viewing Hole.
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Grilling Guide (Cont.)
Food &
Quantity
Chicken
Whole Chicken,
3 1/2 - 5 lbs.
Whole Chicken,
cut into pieces
Chicken Breast,
boneless-skinless,
6 oz. each
Chicken Wings
Temperature
Setting
Approximate
Cooking Time
Special
Instructions
Low
1 - 1 3/4 hrs.
Brush with oil,
Kitchen Bouquet®
and seasonings.
Place in a large size
Reynolds® Hot
Bag™. Follow directions for whole roast
chicken on the grill.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn as necessary
during cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
How To Use the George Foreman
GP300 Propane Grill
IMPORTANT: Make sure the Drip Container is in proper position before use.
Medium High
Well 17-35 min.
Medium High
Well 15-18 min.
Medium High
Well 15-18 min.
Lighting Burner with Ignitor:
1. Turn Temperature Control Knob counterclockwise to “OFF“, push in, and
then turn the Temperature Control Knob to "HIGH".
2. To light, rapidly push the Ignitor button down until it "clicks". Use Flame
Viewing Hole to be sure all burner ports light and stay lit.
3. If Ignitor does not work, turn the Temperature Control Knob to OFF/LOCK.
Open the Cover and remove the Grill Plate to allow the gas to dissipate.
Wait five minutes, then follow match lighting instructions below.
Lighting Burner with Matches:
Leg Quarters
Medium High
Well 25-35 min.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
1. Secure a paper match to Match Holder,
light the match with a second lit match, and
place lit match through the Flame Viewing
Hole to the nearest burner ports.
2. Turn Temperature Control Knob counterclockwise to “OFF”, push in, and then turn
the Temperature Control Knob to “HIGH”.
Chicken Kabobs
Medium
Well 15-20 min.
Marinate in oil and
seasoning. Turn often
during cooking time.
WARNING: If burner does not light within 5 seconds, turn Temperature
Control Knob to the LOCK/OFF position. Open the Cover and remove the Grill
Plate to allow the gas to dissipate. Wait 5 minutes, then try again.
Medium
6-9 min.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Tuck under thin parts.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Seafood
Tuna Steak,
1" thick
Salmon Steak,
1" thick
Orange Roughy Fillet,
1" thick
Medium
7-9 min.
Medium Low
10-13 min.
Large Black Tail Shrimp, Medium Low
deveined-split shell
Miscellaneous
Corn on the Cob
Low
4-6 min.
40-50 min.
Baked Potatoes
High
1 - 1 1/4 hrs.
Pineapple Slices,
1/2" thick
Medium
10-15 min.
14
Turn as necessary
during cooking time.
Soak in husk for 20
min. and wrap in foil.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Pierce potatoes, oil
and season skins.
Wrap in foil. Turn
halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Grilling Instructions:
Figure 7
High
1. Light burner and turn the Temperature
Low
Control Knob from HIGH to LOW. Check
the flame through the Flame Viewing
Figure 8
Hole making sure the burner is lit. See
Figure 8.
2. To preheat: Close the Grill Cover and preheat on HIGH for 8 minutes.
During the first use, you may notice a slight odor caused by the curing of
paint and parts. IMPORTANT: Do not close the Grill Cover for more than
8 minutes, or without food loaded on the Grill Plate. The non-stick coating may be damaged.
3. After the 8 minute preheat period, carefully open the Cover and place
food onto the Grill Plate. Cook until done, turning at least once halfway
through cooking time for most foods. Adjust flame with Temperature
Control Knob as needed.
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How To Use the George Foreman
GP300 Propane Grill (Cont.)
Grilling Instructions Continued:
4. When the food is cooked, remove with heat resistant plastic or wooden spatula or other utensil. Be sure to always use either plastic or
wooden utensils so as not to scratch the non-stick surface. Never use
metal tongs, forks or knives as these can damage the coating on the
Grill Plate.
CAUTION: Do not leave any utensils on the Grill Plate surface while
it is hot.
5. When finished cooking, or when the propane cylinder is empty, turn
the Temperature Control Knob to the LOCK/OFF position and remove
the propane cylinder.
6. Allow the Grill to cool before disassembling and cleaning.
7. When cool, the Drip Container may be removed and emptied. Be
sure the liquid has cooled before removing Drip Container.
Grilling Hints and Tips
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Use tender cuts of meat for grilling.
Marinate tougher cuts of meat to tenderize them before grilling.
To avoid drying out meat and fish, turn only once and do not pierce.
To turn meat and fish, use a large flat plastic or wooden spatula to
support the food.
Place meat or chicken to be roasted in a shallow baking pan. Using
oven mitts carefully place pan on preheated grill, taking care not to
scratch the non-stick surface. Close Cover on the Grill Plate.
NOTE: Just resting a baking container on top of the non-stick surface will not damage it. Do not use saucepans or plates.
Do not cut food on non-stick surface.
Use only heat resistant plastic or wooden utensils on non-stick surfaces.
Adjust heat setting gradually and only as necessary. Cooking foods at
a high temperature can cause them to dry out.
When grilling fish or chicken breast fillets, tuck extremely thin parts
under to prevent over cooking.
12
Grilling Guide
The following times are to be used as a guideline only. Preheat the Grill for eight minutes.
Cooking times will vary due to the cut or thickness of the meat being cooked. To be sure
that the food is done, use a meat thermometer. If the food is not quite done, continue to
cook and check periodically so it is not over cooked.
Food &
Quantity
Beef
Hamburgers,
4 oz. each, 3/4" thick
Hamburgers,
8 oz. each, 1" thick
Ribeye Steak,
12 oz. each, 1/2" thick
Temperature
Setting
Approximate
Cooking Time
Medium High
12-15 min.
Medium High
Medium High
Ribeye Steak,
8 oz. each, 1" thick
Medium High
T-bone Steak,
6 oz. each, 1/2" thick
Medium High
T-bone Steak,
8 oz. each, 1" thick
Medium High
Beef Kabobs
Medium
Pork
Pork Chops, bone-in,
Medium Low
4-6 oz. each, 1/2" thick
Pork Chops, boneless, Medium Low
8 oz. each, 1 1/4" thick
Bacon
Medium
Pork Sausage Patties,
Medium
1 1/2 oz. each, 1/2" thick
Spare Ribs, 1 slab,
Low
each pc 3 rib sections
Special
Instructions
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
15-18 min.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Med.-Rare 4-5 min. Turn halfway
Medium 5-6 min.
through cooking time.
Well 6-7 min.
Med.-Rare 7-8 min. Turn halfway
Medium 8-9 min.
through cooking time.
Well 9-10 min.
Med.-Rare 5-6 min. Turn halfway
Medium 6-7 min.
through cooking time.
Well 7-8 min.
Med.-Rare 8-9 min. Turn halfway
Medium 9-10 min. through cooking time.
Well 10-11 min.
Well 15-20 min.
Marinate in oil and
seasoning. Turn often
during cooking time.
Med. 6-7 min.
Well 8-9 min.
Med. 16-17 min.
Well 18-19 min.
Well 9-15 min.
Well 6-8 min.
Well 50-60 min.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Turn frequently while
cooking
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Parboil for 15 minutes
before putting on grill.
Cook 30 minutes,
turn halfway through
cooking time. Add
barbeque sauce. Turn
after 10-15 minutes
and add sauce to
other side. Cook
another 10-15 min.
PLEASE NOTE: The USDA recommends that meats such as beef and lamb, etc. should be cooked to an
internal temperature of 145˚ - 170˚F, pork should be cooked to an internal temperature of 160˚F -170˚F,
and poultry products should be cooked to an internal temperature of 170˚F - 180˚F to be sure any harmful bacteria has been killed. When reheating meat/poultry products, they should also be cooked to an
internal temperature of at least 165˚F.
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How To Use the George Foreman
GP300 Propane Grill (Cont.)
Grilling Instructions Continued:
4. When the food is cooked, remove with heat resistant plastic or wooden spatula or other utensil. Be sure to always use either plastic or
wooden utensils so as not to scratch the non-stick surface. Never use
metal tongs, forks or knives as these can damage the coating on the
Grill Plate.
CAUTION: Do not leave any utensils on the Grill Plate surface while
it is hot.
5. When finished cooking, or when the propane cylinder is empty, turn
the Temperature Control Knob to the LOCK/OFF position and remove
the propane cylinder.
6. Allow the Grill to cool before disassembling and cleaning.
7. When cool, the Drip Container may be removed and emptied. Be
sure the liquid has cooled before removing Drip Container.
Grilling Hints and Tips
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Use tender cuts of meat for grilling.
Marinate tougher cuts of meat to tenderize them before grilling.
To avoid drying out meat and fish, turn only once and do not pierce.
To turn meat and fish, use a large flat plastic or wooden spatula to
support the food.
Place meat or chicken to be roasted in a shallow baking pan. Using
oven mitts carefully place pan on preheated grill, taking care not to
scratch the non-stick surface. Close Cover on the Grill Plate.
NOTE: Just resting a baking container on top of the non-stick surface will not damage it. Do not use saucepans or plates.
Do not cut food on non-stick surface.
Use only heat resistant plastic or wooden utensils on non-stick surfaces.
Adjust heat setting gradually and only as necessary. Cooking foods at
a high temperature can cause them to dry out.
When grilling fish or chicken breast fillets, tuck extremely thin parts
under to prevent over cooking.
12
Grilling Guide
The following times are to be used as a guideline only. Preheat the Grill for eight minutes.
Cooking times will vary due to the cut or thickness of the meat being cooked. To be sure
that the food is done, use a meat thermometer. If the food is not quite done, continue to
cook and check periodically so it is not over cooked.
Food &
Quantity
Beef
Hamburgers,
4 oz. each, 3/4" thick
Hamburgers,
8 oz. each, 1" thick
Ribeye Steak,
12 oz. each, 1/2" thick
Temperature
Setting
Approximate
Cooking Time
Medium High
12-15 min.
Medium High
Medium High
Ribeye Steak,
8 oz. each, 1" thick
Medium High
T-bone Steak,
6 oz. each, 1/2" thick
Medium High
T-bone Steak,
8 oz. each, 1" thick
Medium High
Beef Kabobs
Medium
Pork
Pork Chops, bone-in,
Medium Low
4-6 oz. each, 1/2" thick
Pork Chops, boneless, Medium Low
8 oz. each, 1 1/4" thick
Bacon
Medium
Pork Sausage Patties,
Medium
1 1/2 oz. each, 1/2" thick
Spare Ribs, 1 slab,
Low
each pc 3 rib sections
Special
Instructions
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
15-18 min.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Med.-Rare 4-5 min. Turn halfway
Medium 5-6 min.
through cooking time.
Well 6-7 min.
Med.-Rare 7-8 min. Turn halfway
Medium 8-9 min.
through cooking time.
Well 9-10 min.
Med.-Rare 5-6 min. Turn halfway
Medium 6-7 min.
through cooking time.
Well 7-8 min.
Med.-Rare 8-9 min. Turn halfway
Medium 9-10 min. through cooking time.
Well 10-11 min.
Well 15-20 min.
Marinate in oil and
seasoning. Turn often
during cooking time.
Med. 6-7 min.
Well 8-9 min.
Med. 16-17 min.
Well 18-19 min.
Well 9-15 min.
Well 6-8 min.
Well 50-60 min.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Turn frequently while
cooking
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Parboil for 15 minutes
before putting on grill.
Cook 30 minutes,
turn halfway through
cooking time. Add
barbeque sauce. Turn
after 10-15 minutes
and add sauce to
other side. Cook
another 10-15 min.
PLEASE NOTE: The USDA recommends that meats such as beef and lamb, etc. should be cooked to an
internal temperature of 145˚ - 170˚F, pork should be cooked to an internal temperature of 160˚F -170˚F,
and poultry products should be cooked to an internal temperature of 170˚F - 180˚F to be sure any harmful bacteria has been killed. When reheating meat/poultry products, they should also be cooked to an
internal temperature of at least 165˚F.
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Grilling Guide (Cont.)
Food &
Quantity
Chicken
Whole Chicken,
3 1/2 - 5 lbs.
Whole Chicken,
cut into pieces
Chicken Breast,
boneless-skinless,
6 oz. each
Chicken Wings
Temperature
Setting
Approximate
Cooking Time
Special
Instructions
Low
1 - 1 3/4 hrs.
Brush with oil,
Kitchen Bouquet®
and seasonings.
Place in a large size
Reynolds® Hot
Bag™. Follow directions for whole roast
chicken on the grill.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn as necessary
during cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
How To Use the George Foreman
GP300 Propane Grill
IMPORTANT: Make sure the Drip Container is in proper position before use.
Medium High
Well 17-35 min.
Medium High
Well 15-18 min.
Medium High
Well 15-18 min.
Lighting Burner with Ignitor:
1. Turn Temperature Control Knob counterclockwise to “OFF“, push in, and
then turn the Temperature Control Knob to "HIGH".
2. To light, rapidly push the Ignitor button down until it "clicks". Use Flame
Viewing Hole to be sure all burner ports light and stay lit.
3. If Ignitor does not work, turn the Temperature Control Knob to OFF/LOCK.
Open the Cover and remove the Grill Plate to allow the gas to dissipate.
Wait five minutes, then follow match lighting instructions below.
Lighting Burner with Matches:
Leg Quarters
Medium High
Well 25-35 min.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
1. Secure a paper match to Match Holder,
light the match with a second lit match, and
place lit match through the Flame Viewing
Hole to the nearest burner ports.
2. Turn Temperature Control Knob counterclockwise to “OFF”, push in, and then turn
the Temperature Control Knob to “HIGH”.
Chicken Kabobs
Medium
Well 15-20 min.
Marinate in oil and
seasoning. Turn often
during cooking time.
WARNING: If burner does not light within 5 seconds, turn Temperature
Control Knob to the LOCK/OFF position. Open the Cover and remove the Grill
Plate to allow the gas to dissipate. Wait 5 minutes, then try again.
Medium
6-9 min.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Tuck under thin parts.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Seafood
Tuna Steak,
1" thick
Salmon Steak,
1" thick
Orange Roughy Fillet,
1" thick
Medium
7-9 min.
Medium Low
10-13 min.
Large Black Tail Shrimp, Medium Low
deveined-split shell
Miscellaneous
Corn on the Cob
Low
4-6 min.
40-50 min.
Baked Potatoes
High
1 - 1 1/4 hrs.
Pineapple Slices,
1/2" thick
Medium
10-15 min.
14
Turn as necessary
during cooking time.
Soak in husk for 20
min. and wrap in foil.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Pierce potatoes, oil
and season skins.
Wrap in foil. Turn
halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Grilling Instructions:
Figure 7
High
1. Light burner and turn the Temperature
Low
Control Knob from HIGH to LOW. Check
the flame through the Flame Viewing
Figure 8
Hole making sure the burner is lit. See
Figure 8.
2. To preheat: Close the Grill Cover and preheat on HIGH for 8 minutes.
During the first use, you may notice a slight odor caused by the curing of
paint and parts. IMPORTANT: Do not close the Grill Cover for more than
8 minutes, or without food loaded on the Grill Plate. The non-stick coating may be damaged.
3. After the 8 minute preheat period, carefully open the Cover and place
food onto the Grill Plate. Cook until done, turning at least once halfway
through cooking time for most foods. Adjust flame with Temperature
Control Knob as needed.
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Attaching Propane Gas Cylinder
Turn the Temperature Control Knob to the
LOCK/OFF Position. Push the one pound
propane cylinder slightly into the valve
while turning counterclockwise until a snug
fit is obtained.
Regulator
Assembly
(P/N 22185)
Grilling Guide (Cont.)
Food &
Quantity
Miscellaneous
Zucchini, 1/2" thick,
sliced from end to end
Temperature
Setting
Approximate
Cooking Time
Special
Instructions
Medium
10-15 min.
Peppers,
Medium
(red, yellow & green),
rings & slices, 1/2" thick
10-12 min.
Peppers,
(red, yellow & green),
quartered, sliced
from end to end
Bratwurst, 1" thick
Medium
15-20 min.
Medium
Well 15-20 min.
Cooked Ring Polish
Kielbasa, 1 1/2" thick
Cooked Beef Bratwurst,
1" thick
Cooked Kielbasa,
1" thick
Hot Dogs, 3/4" thick
High
12-15 min.
High
12-15 min.
High
12-15 min.
High
8-10 min.
Jumbo Hot Dogs,
1" thick
High
10-12 min.
Brush with oil,
and seasonings.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Marinate in oil and
seasoning. Turn
halfway through
cooking time
Marinate in oil and
seasoning. Turn
halfway through
cooking time
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway
through cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Turn halfway through
cooking time.
Testing for Leaks
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
• Test for leaks outdoors in a well ventilated area. First:
1. Mix a couple tablespoons of liquid
detergent with an equal amount of
water. Use mild soap and water. DO
NOT USE HOUSEHOLD CLEANING
AGENTS.
2. Be sure that the Temperature Control
Knob is in the LOCK/OFF position.
3. Use a clean paint brush to brush
soapy solution onto connection
between gas cylinder and Regulator
orifice, and watch for bubbles.
4. If bubbles form or if a bubble grows,
there is a leak. Retighten connection
Propane
and repeat steps (2) and (3).
Cylinder
• Test all gas connections for leaks before
using your propane grill.
Figure 6
• Test for leaks every time you connect the
gas supply.
• Do not smoke while checking for leaks.
• DANGER - Do not use an open flame to check for gas leaks. Be sure
there are no sparks or open flames in the area while you check for
leaks. This will result in a fire or explosion which can cause serious
bodily injury or death, and damage to property.
NOTE: If you cannot stop a leak, remove gas cylinder and check for damaged threads, dirt and debris at the connection and gas cylinder. Also check
to see if anything is obstructing flow of gas at the connection and gas cylinder openings. Remove any obstruction that may be found and repeat leak
test.
Checking the Ignitor:
•
The Temperature Control Knob must be in the “LOCK/OFF” position.
Press the Ignitor button rapidly. A “CLICK” should be heard and spark
seen through Flame Viewing Hole.
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Instructions For Cleaning
Assembly Instructions
CAUTION: Grill surfaces are hot during use. Allow Grill Plate, Drip Container,
Cover and Grill Body to cool completely before handling and cleaning.
CAUTION: It is advisable that two persons assemble the grill. Never use the Storage
Case/Stand as a chair. Never load anything on the Storage Case/Stand except the
grill. Never load over 6 1/2 lbs. (3kg) on each Side Tray.
To transform the Grill from the
Rotate grill assembly onto the
Transport Position to the Grilling
Storage Case/Stand by sliding the
Position, lay the Storage Case/Stand on Mounting Bracket under the lip in the
its side, unlatch, then remove the Base
front of the Storage Case/Stand.
Support Ring and Grill Body assembly.
Close and latch all 4 Latches of the
Storage Case/Stand. Turn the Storage
Case/Stand upside down and pull out
the Front Support Foot and the Support
Leg with wheels. Position the Base
Support Ring above the Front Support
Foot. Align and insert the tabs of the
Front Support Foot into the notches on
Mounting
the underside of the Base Support
Ring. Slide the notches on the opposing Bracket
Push to
side of the Base Support ring under the
Lock
tabs on the Storage Case/Stand. Raise
the Securing Rod and snap it under the
metal clips on the Support Leg with
Drip
wheels. The other end of the Securing
Container
Rod will snap into the groove on the top
of the Base Support Ring and lock the
Drip Container
assemblies together. Turn the Storage
Holder
Case/Stand to the upright position. See
Support
Figure 5.
Leg
Place the grill assembly on top of the
Storage Case/Stand by sliding the
Mounting Bracket under the inside lip
of the Storage Case/Stand. Lift up the
Transport Handle/Drip Container Holder
to a level position. Insert the Drip
Container.
IMPORTANT: Push the Transport
Securing Rod
Handle/Drip Container Holder into the
slot of the Grill to lock it in place. This
is necessary as it keeps the Holder in
Base Support
Front
place and secures the back of the Grill
Ring
Support Foot
Assembly.
Raise the Cover and swing out both Side
Figure 5
Trays. IMPORTANT: Always unfold the
Side Trays before igniting, pre-heating or using the grill.
Attach the One Pound Propane Cylinder as instructed in 'Attaching Propane Gas
Cylinder'. The Grill is ready for use.
Make sure the Drip Container is in proper position, and remember that the grill should
always be operated with the Regulator on the right and the Drip Container in the rear.
1. Turn the Temperature Control Knob to the LOCK/OFF position and allow the
grill to cool before disassembling and cleaning.
2. Remove the propane cylinder.
3 Remove the Grill Plate and empty the Drip Container.
4. Wash the Grill Plate and Drip Container with warm, soapy water and a
plastic scouring pad. Rinse and dry thoroughly. Do not use steel wool,
coarse scouring pads or harsh or abrasive cleaners. If necessary, use a
nylon bristle brush to loosen hardened food particles.
5. Wash exterior parts with a soft sponge and warm clear water.
Nonabrasive cleaners may also be used.
6. Use a damp cloth to clean the inside of Cover and Grill Body.
Cleaning the Burner Assembly
IMPORTANT: Clean burner assembly
prior to use after storing, at the beginning of grilling season or an inactive
period of one month. Spiders and
insects like to build nests in burner
tubes, especially during colder months.
The nests can cause fires in burner
tubes or under grill.
In order to clean the inside of the burner
tubes, the Burner Assembly must be
removed from the grill. Make sure the
propane cylinder, Grill Plate and Drip
Container have been removed before
proceeding.
1. Turn the Grill Body upside down.
Refer to Figure 9 and locate the clip
that holds the venturi to the
Regulator Assembly. Pull straight up
on the clip, set it to the side and
return the Grill Body to the Upright
position.
2. Refer to Figure 10 and locate the
two machine screws that secure the
Burner Assembly to the grill. Loosen
and remove these screws, making
sure you retain the screws, washers
and hex nuts for reassembly.
Clip
(P/N 21643)
Figure 9
Burner Assembly
Venturi
Machine Screw
and Washer
Hex Nut
Figure 10
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Grill Positions (Cont.)
Transport Position: To
transform the grill from the
Storage Position to the
Transport Position, lift the
Transport Handle/Drip
Container Holder out from
the closed position and
roll away.
Transport Handle/Drip Container
Holder
Instructions For Cleaning (Cont.)
3. Carefully pull back on the Burner Assembly, disengaging the venturi from
the Regulator Assembly. Please see Figure 10. Since the Ignitor is still
attached to the Burner Assembly, use care to avoid stressing the cable.
There is enough slack available to allow you to look into the end of the
venturi and clean with a pipe cleaner if needed.
4. When clean, carefully reassemble the Burner Assembly and Reflector,
making sure the mounting screws are tight and the venturi tube and clip
are properly connected to the Regulator Assembly.
5. Clean the outside of the Burner Assembly with a paper towel or damp
sponge. Open any clogged holes with a thin wire.
Storing Your Propane Grill
Figure 3
Grilling Position: This
position is ideal for patio
use, beach barbeques,
camping sites, tail-gate
parties or picnics in the
park. See "Assembly
Instructions" on page 9.
1. Clean the Grill as instructed above.
2. To transform the grill from the Grilling Position to Storage Position, fold in
the Side Trays, store the Drip Container inside the Grill Body, and close
the Cover. Unlock the Transport Handle/Drip Container Holder, and
remove the Grill Body from the Storage Case/Stand.
3. Open the Storage Case/Stand, and attach the Base Support Ring back to
the integral groove of Storage Case/Stand. Place the Grill Body inside the
Storage Case/Stand, close the cover, and lock the latches.
4. Store the propane cylinder outdoors in a well-ventilated space and out of
reach of children.
5. Cover grill when stored outdoors.
6. Store grill indoors only if the propane cylinder is turned off and disconnected, removed from grill and stored outdoors.
7. When removing grill from storage, follow the "Cleaning the Burner
Assembly" instructions before using the grill.
Any servicing requiring disassembly other than the above cleaning must be
performed by an authorized appliance repair technician.
Do NOT ship gas cylinder if product needs service or repair.
WARNING: DO NOT
MOVE THE GRILL WHILE
THE GRILL IS IN USE.
Figure 4
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Recipes
The Champ’s Sausage Without Guilt
Try this sizzling sausage patty that not only tastes good, but is also good
for you. Choose ground turkey breast, which is lower in fat than ground
turkey containing dark meat and skin. Turkey, especially the light meat, is
a good source of niacin, which is an important B vitamin needed to
maintain a healthy nervous system. Early symptoms of niacin deficiency
that appear in the nervous system are apprehension, irritability, depression, weakness, and loss of memory. To prevent niacin deficiency,
include plenty of lean turkey, fish, whole wheat, potatoes, corn flower,
eggs, broccoli, tomatoes, and carrots.
2 slightly beaten egg whites
2/3 cup finely chopped onion
1/2 cup finely snipped dried apples or 1 cup finely chopped fresh red
Delicious apple
1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs
4 Tbsp. snipped fresh parsley
1 tsp. sea salt
1 tsp. ground sage
1/2 tsp. ground nutmeg
1/2 tsp. black pepper
1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper
1 lb. lean ground turkey breast
• In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients except turkey. Add the
ground turkey and mix well.
• Shape the mixture into sixteen to eighteen 2-inch wide patties.
• Preheat the Grill on MED for 8 minutes.
• Place sausage on the Grill. Lower Cover and cook for 6-7
minutes.Turn and cook another 6-7 minutes or until the meat is no
longer pink and the juices run clear.
• Serves 8
This recipe is from "The Healthy Gourmet" (Clarkson Potter) by Cherie
Calbom.
Before First Use
1. Remove the grill and any packaging materials from the shipping carton.
2. Place the Storage Case/Stand on a flat, level surface.
3. Unlatch the Storage Case/Stand and raise the Storage Case/Stand cover.
Remove the Base Support Ring and the grill assembly.
4. Open the Grill Cover, remove the Drip Container and swing both Side Trays
out to the side to remove the Grill Plate.
5. Wipe the Storage Case/Stand, Grill Body and Side Trays with a damp cloth
to remove any dust. Wash the Grill Plate and Drip Container in warm, soapy
water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
6. The Handle Assembly and
Handle
mounting hardware are packaged separately in a plastic
bag. Remove all parts, then
properly position the Handle on
Screw/
the front of the Grill Cover with
Washer
the screws in the Handle facing
down. From the inside of the
Cover
Grill Cover, place one of the
Screws and Washers through
the hole in one side of the Cover
Figure 1
and into the Handle. Repeat with
the other side of the Handle. Securely fasten both Screws with a Phillips
head screw driver. See Figure 1.
7. See "Grill Positions" and "Assembly Instructions" on the following pages.
Grill Positions
The Wheel-It and Grill-It™ Portable
Propane Grill is compact enough to transport to any grilling location. Wheel-It from
the storage shed to the patio, to a picnic
in the park, or off on a camping trip. The
Portable Propane Grill easily transforms
from storage to transport and to the
Grill-It position.
Storage Position: This position makes the
grill compact enough for space saving
storage. The Side Trays fold inside the grill
allowing the entire grill assembly to be
stored neatly and securely in the Storage
Case/Stand. See "Storing Your Propane
Grill" on page 17.
Figure 2
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Getting To Know Your GP300 Propane Grill
A spicy sausage with true Southwestern zip! These breakfast sausages
are great served with a sautéed vegetable or fresh salsa and scrambled
eggs. Buy 90% lean ground beef for the least-fat sausage. Ninety percent lean beef has 9 grams of fat with 4 of those grams being saturated
fat; whereas 73% lean beef has 18 grams of fat with 7 of the grams being
saturated.
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SIDE VIEW - BASE ASSEMBLY
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Base Support Ring (P/N 22156)
Front Support Foot (P/N 22157)
Storage Case/Stand (P/N 22162)
Latch (4) (P/N 22161)
Transport Handle/Drip Container
Holder
6. Match Holder (P/N 21656)
7. Flame Viewing Hole
8. Burner Guard
9. Side Tray, Left, with Utensil Rack
(P/N 22163L)
10. Reflector
11. Grill Cover (P/N 22165)
12 Handle (P/N 22166)
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Grill Plate (P/N 22167)
Grill Body
Burner Assembly
Temperature Control Knob
(P/N 21647)
Regulator (P/N 22185)
Side Tray, Right (P/N 22163R)
Ignitor Button
Ignitor Assembly (P/N 22186)
Drip Container with Lid (P/N 22168)
Rear Support Leg (P/N 22159)
Wheel (2) (P/N 22160)
Securing Rod (P/N 22171)
2 slightly beaten egg whites
2/3 cup finely chopped onion
1/2 cup seasoned bread crumbs
1/2 cup diced green chili peppers
2 cloves (large) garlic, finely minced
4 Tbsp. snipped fresh cilantro
2 Tbsp. apple cider vinegar
1 Tbsp. chili powder
1/2 tsp. sea salt
1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper
1 lb. lean ground beef
• In a medium bowl, combine all ingredients except ground beef. Add
the ground beef and mix well.
• Shape the mixture into sixteen 3-inch wide patties.
• Preheat the Grill on MED/HIGH for 8 minutes.
• Place the patties on the Grill.
• Lower Cover and cook for 5-6 minutes. Turn and cook for another 5-6
minutes or until meat is no longer pink and the juices run clear.
• Serves 8
This recipe is from "The Healthy Gourmet" (Clarkson Potter) by Cherie
Calbom.
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Recipes (Cont.)
George Foreman’s Power Burger
A flavorful hamburger that we think tastes even better than its all-meat
cousin! It pays to eat meals that minimize meat. To reduce saturated fat
in a typical burger, you can cut back on the amount of meat and make up
for it with plant-based ingredients. Bread crumbs and chopped vegetables have been added in this recipe. You could also try cooked rice, other
grains or cereal. In addition, choose whole wheat buns; they typically
contain one less fat gram than regular or even reduced-calorie buns.
If you settle for nothing less than a cheeseburger, Swiss cheese is 1
gram lower in fat than Cheddar, American or Monterey Jack with 8
grams of fat versus 9 in each ounce of cheese. However, reduced fat
cheeses like Cheddar or Swiss contain half the fat with 4 grams per
ounce. Mustard contains 1 gram of fat per tablespoon versus a whopping 11 grams of fat in a tablespoon of mayonnaise.
Top your burger in healthful style with dark, leafy green lettuce, shredded
cabbage, fresh cilantro, basil or spinach.
3/4 cup chopped vegetables such as yellow onions,
green onions, zucchini, parsley (can be sautéed)
3/4 cup seasoned bread crumbs
2-1/4 lbs. lean ground beef
• In a medium-size mixing bowl, combine the vegetables and bread
crumbs. Add the ground beef and mix well.
• Shape the mixture into twelve 4-inch wide patties.
• Preheat the Grill on MED/HIGH for 8 minutes.
• Place the patties on the Grill.
• Lower Cover and cook 6-8 minutes. Turn and cook another 6-7 minutes or until the meat is no longer pink and the juices run clear.
• Serves 12
This recipe is from "The Healthy Gourmet" (Clarkson Potter) by Cherie
Calbom.
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Special Instructions for the Use of Regulator
and LP (Propane) Cylinders
• The propane grill is equipped with a regulaCGA No. 600
tor having a CGA No. 600 cylinder connection device which is for connecting to a one
pound PROPANE cylinder ONLY. See
Illustration.
• Grill installation must conform with local
codes, or in the absence of local codes, with
the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54, Storage and Handling of
Liquefied Petroleum Gases, ANSI/NFPA 58 or CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and
Propane Installation Code.
• Use grill only with LP (propane) gas. Use grill only with the regulator/valve
assembly supplied.
• Never use charcoal briquettes or lighter fluid in a gas grill.
• Discard used and empty fuel cylinder in a safe place.
• Store spare fuel canisters in a well-ventilated area away from the grill.
• Do not puncture or burn fuel canister.
• Do not operate the grill if there is a gas leak present.
• Do not enlarge orifice or burner ports when cleaning the regulator and burner.
• If you smell gas, turn Temperature Control Knob to LOCK/OFF to shut off gas to
the grill. Extinguish any open flame and open Cover. If odor continues, immediately call your gas supplier or your fire department.
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other grill.
• An LP cylinder not connected for use shall not be stored in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
• The LP-gas supply cylinder to be used must be constructed and marked in
accordance with the specifications for LP-gas cylinders of the U.S.
Department of Transportation (DOT) or the National Standard of Canada,
CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for the Transportation of
Dangerous Goods.
• If the grill is not in use, the Temperature Control Knob must be turned to
LOCK/OFF to shut off the gas cylinder. Storage of a grill indoors is permissible
only if the cylinder is disconnected and removed from the grill. Cylinders must
be stored outdoors out of the reach of children and must not be stored in a
building, garage or any other enclosed area.
• The regulator may make a humming or whistling noise during operation. This
will not affect safety or use of grill.
• Save cylinder cap and reinstall when not in use.
• Cylinder supply system must be arranged for vapor withdrawal. The gas cylinder must be upright in use. Do not block the pressure relief valve during use
or storage.
• Always remove one pound cylinder from grill when transporting and when not
in use.
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Additional Important Safeguards
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CAUTION: This grill generates heat and escaping steam during use.
Proper precautions must be taken to prevent the risk of burns, fires or
other damage to persons or property. Use of protective oven mitts or
gloves is recommended.
All users of this grill must read and understand this Owner's Manual before
operating or cleaning this grill.
When using this grill, provide adequate air space above and on all sides for
air circulation. Do not allow this grill to touch clothing, dish towels or other
flammable materials during use.
IMPORTANT: Minimum clearance of 16 inches around all sides of the grill
should always be maintained and the appliance shall not be located under
overhead unprotected combustible construction.
If this grill begins to malfunction during use, immediately turn the
Temperature Control Knob to LOCK/OFF. Do not use or attempt to repair the
malfunctioning grill.
This outdoor cooking gas grill is not intended for use in or on recreational
vehicles and/or boats.
The use of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs may impair the
consumer’s ability to properly assemble or safely operate the grill.
When cooking with oil/grease, fire extinguishing materials shall be readily
accessible. In the event of an oil/grease fire do not attempt to extinguish
with water. Use Type BC dry chemical fire extinguisher or smother fire with
dirt, sand or baking soda.
In the event of rain while cooking with oil/grease, cover the cooking plate
immediately and turn off the grill burner and gas supply. Do not attempt to
move the grill or Grill Plate.
When cooking, the grill must be on a level and stable surface in an area
clear of combustible materials. An asphalt surface (blacktop) may not be
acceptable for this purpose.
Make sure the Temperature Control Knob is in the LOCK/OFF position when
placing the Grill Plate into position.
The grill is not intended for and should never be used as a heater.
Keep grill area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and
other flammable vapors and liquids.
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
Always open Cover before lighting your grill.
Do not attempt to disconnect the regulator or any gas fitting while the unit
is in operation.
Do not wear clothing with loose flowing sleeves while lighting or using the
grill.
Use barbecue tools with long, heat-resistant handles.
The grill should never face directly into the wind.
Do not operate grill in a high-traffic area.
After use, allow grill to cool completely before cleaning.
We recommend storing grill indoors or, if unable to store indoors, always
cover grill with protective cover. Always keep out of the reach of children.
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Grilled Vegetables
12 slices eggplant (or 8 baby eggplants)
4 small onions
4 small tomatoes
2 small zucchini
8-12 mushrooms
8 large cloves of garlic, peeled and sliced 1/4" thick
2/3 cup olive oil
4 tablespoons Italian seasoning
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Slice all vegetables 1/2 inch thick.
Brush vegetables and garlic lightly with olive oil.
Sprinkle Italian seasoning on both sides of vegetables and garlic.
Preheat the Grill on MED for 8 minutes.
Place vegetables and garlic on Grill. Lower Cover and cook for 7-8
minutes. Turn and cook another 10-15 minutes or until desired doneness is achieved.
• Serves 6-8
Serve as an accompaniment to meat and pasta, or stuff them into a piece
of pita or French bread for a grilled vegetable sandwich.
Mustard Lemon Chicken Breasts
4 tablespoons mustard
4 tablespoons balsamic vinegar
6 tablespoons lemon juice
4 cloves garlic, minced
2 tsp. paprika
8 6-oz. chicken breast, halved, boneless and skinless
• In a medium non-metal bowl, combine all ingredients except chicken.
• Add chicken breast and let it marinate for at least 1/2 hour in the
refrigerator.
• Preheat the Grill on MED for 8 minutes.
• Place chicken on Grill. Lower Cover and cook for 9-10 minutes. Turn
and cook another 9-10 minutes or until meat is no longer pink and the
juices run clear.
• Serves 8
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Recipes (Cont.)
Rosemary Lamb Chops
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
16 loin lamb chops (1/2" thick)
4 tsp. chopped fresh rosemary
ground black pepper to taste
WARNING: A risk of fire or explosion exists in all propane grills.
Read this manual before use. Failure to follow all instructions may
result in serious personal injury, property damage, or death.
• Sprinkle chops with rosemary and pepper.
• Preheat Grill on MED/HIGH for 8 minutes.
• Place meat on Grill. Lower Cover and cook 3-4 minutes. Turn and cook
for another 3-4 minutes or until desired doneness.
• Serves 8
When using propane grills, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Read all instructions before using the grill.
2. Do not touch hot surfaces. Use handles or knobs and oven mitts or
pot holders.
3. Keep children and pets away from the grill at all times.
4. This grill is not for use by children.
5. Do not leave this grill unattended while in use.
6. Do not move the grill when in use. Allow to cool before moving,
putting on or taking off parts, and before cleaning and storing the
grill.
7. To disconnect, turn Temperature Control Knob to LOCK/OFF.
8. Do not operate any grill after the grill malfunctions, or has been
dropped or damaged in any manner. Contact Consumer Service for
return authorization, examination, repair or adjustment.
9. The use of accessory attachments not recommended by the grill
manufacturer may cause injuries.
10. This grill is for outdoor use only. NEVER operate grill in enclosed
areas, as this could lead to gas accumulating from a leak, causing an
explosion or a carbon monoxide buildup which could result in injury
or death. DO NOT USE in garages, sheds or any enclosed areas.
11. Do not use grill for other than intended use.
12. Extreme caution must be used when moving a grill containing hot oil
or other hot liquids. Allow liquid to cool before removing and emptying Drip Container. Do not remove Grill Plate from Grill Body until Grill
is cool.
13. Do not attempt to dislodge food or clean the grill when it is hot.
14. Fuel, such as charcoal briquettes, is not to be used with this grill.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
THIS GRILL IS NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE.
FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY.
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FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
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4.
Shut off gas to the appliance.
Extinguish any open flame.
Open Cover.
If odor continues, immediately call your gas supplier or your
fire department.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
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.
WARNING
1. Do not store spare LP cylinder within 10 feet (3.05 m) of this
appliance.
2. Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable liquids or
vapors within 25 feet (7.62 m) of this appliance.
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LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
Warranty: This George Foreman™ product is warranted by Salton, Inc. to be free from defects in
materials or workmanship for a period of (1) year from the original purchase date. This product
warranty covers only the original consumer purchaser of the product.
Warranty Coverage: This warranty is void if the product has been damaged by accident in shipment, unreasonable use, misuse, neglect, improper service, commercial use, repairs by unauthorized personnel, normal wear and tear, improper assembly, installation or maintenance abuse or
other causes not arising out of defects in materials or workmanship. This warranty is effective only
if the product is purchased and operated in the USA, and does not extend to any units which have
been used in violation of written instructions furnished with the product or to units which have
been altered or modified or to damage to products or parts thereof which have had the serial number removed, altered, defaced or rendered illegible.
Implied Warranties: ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES WHICH THE PURCHASER MAY HAVE ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO ONE (1) YEAR FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Warranty Performance: During the above one-year warranty period, a product with a defect will
be either repaired or replaced with a reconditioned comparable model (at our option) when the
product is returned to the Repair Center, or the purchase price refunded. The repaired or replacement product will be in warranty for the balance of the one-year warranty period and an additional
one-month period. No charge will be made for such repair or replacement.
Service and Repair: Should the appliance malfunction, you should first call toll-free 1 (800) 9373883 between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm Central Standard Time and ask for CONSUMER
SERVICE stating that you are a consumer with a problem. Please refer to model number GP300
when you call.
In-Warranty Service (USA): For an appliance covered under the warranty period, no charge is
made for service or postage. Call for return authorization (1 800 937-3883).
Out-of Warranty Service: A flat rate charge by model is made for out-of-warranty service. Include
$20.00 (U.S.) for return shipping and handling. We will notify you by mail of the amount of the
charge for service and require you to pay in advance for the repair or replacement.
For Products Purchased in the USA, but Used in Canada: You may return the product insured,
packaged with sufficient protection, and postage and insurance prepaid to the USA address listed
below. Please note that all customs duty / brokerage fees, if any, must be paid by you and we will
require you to pay the cost of customs duty / brokerage fees to us in advance of our performing
any service.
Risk During Shipment: We cannot assume responsibility for loss or damage during incoming shipment. For your protection, carefully package the product for shipment and insure it with the carrier.
Be sure to enclose the following items with your appliance: any accessories related to your problem, your full return address and daytime phone number, a note describing the problem you experienced, a copy of your sales receipt or other proof of purchase to determine warranty status. C.O.D.
shipments cannot be accepted.
To return the appliance, ship to:
To contact us, please write to, call, or email:
Attn: Repair Center
Salton, Inc.
Salton, Inc.
P.O. Box 1526
708 South Missouri Street
Columbia, MO 65205-1526
Macon, MO 63552
1(800) 937-3883
Email: Salton@Saltonusa.com
Limitation of Remedies: No representative or person is authorized to assume for Salton, Inc. any
other liability in connection with the sale of our products. There shall be no claims for defects or
failure of performance or product failure under any theory of tort, contract or commercial law
including, but not limited to negligence, gross negligence, strict liability, breach of warranty and
breach of contract. Repair, replacement or refund shall be the sole remedy of the purchaser under
this warranty, and in no event shall Salton be liable for any incidental or consequential damages,
losses or expenses. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
Legal Rights: This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
George Foreman™ is a trademark of Salton, Inc.
For more information on Salton products: Visit our website: http://www.eSalton.com
“© 2002 Salton, Inc.
P/N 61200 Ver. 1
All Rights Reserved”
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OWNER’S MANUAL
For Model: GP300
GEORGE FOREMAN
™
Portable Propane Grill
TM