USE & CARE GUIDE
GAS GRILLS BLZ-3(NG/LP), BLZ-4(NG/LP), BLZ-5(NG/LP)
DANGER - IF YOU SMELL GAS:
WARNING
I) Shut off the gas supply to the appliance at its source.
I) Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
2) Extinguish any open flames.
liquids or vapor in the vicinity of this or any other
3) Open grill hood to release any accumulation of gas
appliance
vapor.
2) A LP cylinder not connected for use shall not be
4) If a gas odor persists, keep away from your
stored in the vicinity of this or any other appliances.
appliance and contact your gas supplier or fire
department immediately.
ATTENTION:
INSTALLER: PLEASE LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE CONSUMER.
CONSUMER: PLEASE READ & RETAIN THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE AND BEFORE
INSTALLING OR OPERATING.
- CONTACT INFORMATION Blaze Outdoor Products: 6620 Greenwell Springs Rd, Baton Rouge, LA
70805 USA Phone: 866-976-9510 email:
CustomerService@BlazeGrills.com
BLAZEGRILLS.COM
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Table of Contents
I.
BBQ Specifications
4-5
II.
General Safety and Installation Warnings
6-10
i. Location of Appliance
10-12
III. Electrical Safety and Installation Warnings
13
IV. Gas Safety and Installation Warnings
14-16
V.
i. Checking for Gas Leaks
16-18
ii. Unpacking Unit
18
Gas Connections
19
i. Natural Gas Requirements
19
ii. Liquid Propane Gas and Tank Requirements
19
iii. Transporting and Storing LP Gas
20-21
VI. Installing the Appliance in a BBQ Island
i. Outdoor Kitchen Ventilation
23-25
ii. Building BBQ Specifications and Instruction
26-27
iii. Installation Diagrams
27
VII. First Time Operation
28
i. Lighting the Appliance
28-29
ii. Manually Lighting the Appliance
29-30
iii. Flame Adjustment
30-31
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VIII. Cleaning your Appliance
31-32
IX. Optional Infrared Sear Burner
33
X.
i. How to Replace Conventional Burner with Infrared Sear Burner
33
ii. Preheating the Infrared Burner
33
iii. Infrared Burner Cleaning
33
Fuel Conversion
34
i. Gas Regulator
34-35
ii. Main Burner
36
iii. Rear Burner
36
XI. Warranty Registration
37
XII. Grill Parts
38-39
XIII. Product Serial Number
40
XIV. Blaze Product Registration
41
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THIS MANUAL APPLIES TO THE FOLLOWING BLAZE GRILLS:
Model: BLZ-3LP / BLZ-3NG 3 BURNER
Cutout Dimensions
BTU Output
Infrared Back Burner
Total BTU
Primary Ignition
Secondary Ignition
Cooking Grid
Dimensions
Total Cooking Area
Flame Tamer
Zone Cooking
Rotisserie Kit
(Motor & Forks)
Burner
Gas Type
23 1/4”W x 21 1/4”D x 8 1/2”H
14,000 BTU per Burner x3
None
42,000
Push N’ Turn Flame Thrower
Flash Tube
22 3/8" X 18"
558sq.in
(includes warming rack)
Flame Stabilizer Grid
Removable Heat Zone
Separators
Optional (4 burner kit available for use
with this model)
Commercial Quality Cast
Stainless Steel
Each grill contains an NG/LP Orifice
Kit
Model: BLZ-4LP / BLZ-4NG 4 BURNER
Cutout Dimensions
BTU Output
Infrared Back Burner
Total BTU
Primary Ignition
Secondary Ignition
Cooking Grid
Dimensions
Total Cooking Area
Flame Tamer
Zone Cooking
Rotisserie Kit
(Motor & Forks)
Burner
Gas Type
30 5/8”W x 21 1/4”D x 8 1/2”H
14,000 BTU per Burner x4
10,000 BTU
68,000
Push N’ Turn Flame Thrower
Flash Tube
29 1/2" X 17 7/8"
748sq.in
(includes warming rack)
Flame Stabilizer Grid
Removable Heat Zone
Separators
Optional
Commercial Quality Cast
Stainless Steel
Each grill contains an NG/LP
Orifice Kit
*Limited Lifetime – Defects in
manufacturing and
workmanship. Cooking grids,
Flame Tamers, Heat Zone
Separators, stainless housing
as well as the stainless burners
against rust- through.
*Limited Lifetime – Defects in
manufacturing and workmanship.
Cooking grids, Flame Tamers, Heat
Zone Separators, stainless housing as
well as the stainless burners against
rust- through.
*15 years on valves
*15 years on valves
Warranty
*1 Year – Ignition components
Warranty
*1 Year – Ignition components
*Appliances must be registered within
30 days of purchase to validate this
warranty.
*See warranty section for
details.
*Appliances must be
registered within 30 days of
purchase to validate this
warranty.
*See warranty section for
details.
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Model: BLZ-5LP / BLZ-5NG 5 BURNER
Cutout Dimensions
BTU Output
Infrared Back Burner
Total BTU
Primary Ignition
Secondary Ignition
Cooking
Grid
Total Cooking Area
Flame Tamer
Zone Cooking
Rotisserie Kit
(Motor & Forks)
Burner
Gas Type
38 3/8”W x 21 1/4"D x 8 1/2”H
14,000 BTU per Burner x5
10,000 BTU
82,000
Push N’ Turn Flame Thrower
Flash Tube
37" X 18"
915sq.in
(includes warming rack)
Flame Stabilizer Grid
Removable Heat
Zone Separators
Optional
Commercial Quality
Cast Stainless Steel
Each grill contains an
NG/LP Orifice Kit
*Limited Lifetime – Defects in
manufacturing and
workmanship. Cooking grids,
Flame Tamers, Heat Zone
Separators, stainless housing
as well as the stainless burners
against rust- through.
Warranty
*15 years on valves
*1 Year – Ignition components
*Appliances must be
registered within 30 days of
purchase to validate this
warranty.
*See warranty section
for details.
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BBQ SPECIFICATIONS
NOTE: ALWAYS have equipment measured by Contractor before beginning
any project.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Please read this manual carefully and before using your BLAZE GRILL to ensure proper operation,
installation, servicing and to reduce the risk of fire, burn hazard and or other injury. This manual
should be retained for your information
NOTE:
Improper installation and service or maintenance may cause property damage, injury or death.
Do not operate this appliance without having read this manual.
All gas installations and gas conversions must be performed by a qualified technician or authorized service
agent.
NOTE: This appliance is not intended for commercial use.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. If odor continues, immediately
call your gas supplier or your fire department.
General Safety and Installation Warnings
Safe operation of the BLAZE GRILL depends upon its proper installation. Only a qualified professional installer
and service technician must perform adjustments and service of the grill. Proper location and proper use is
essential to insure safe and continued trouble-free operation. Any non-approved alterations made to the
appliance will void the product’s warranty.
NOTE: The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of this
appliance.
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When using your Blaze appliance, please read and follow these basic precautions:
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury, read and follow these basic precautions before installing/operating your
appliance.
APPLIANCE INSTALLATION
This gas appliance must be installed in accordance with all local codes.
If installation is planned in an area with no local codes, the gas appliance must be installed in accord with the
National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 and storage and handling of liquefied petroleum gases, ANSI/NFPA 58 or
CSA B149.1 natural gas and propane installation code.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
The burning of gas cooking fuel generates some by-products which are on the list of substances which are
known by the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. California law requires businesses to
warn customers of potential exposure to such substances. To minimize exposure to these substances, always
operate the unit according to the use and care manual, ensuring you provide good ventilation when cooking.
WARNING: Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause injury or property
damage. Read the installation, operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing
this equipment.
EXPLOSION HAZARD
Do not use the appliance as storage area for flammable materials. Keep area clear and free from combustible
materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors and liquids. Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
In Massachusetts: All gas products must be installed using a “Massachusetts” licensed plumber or gasfitter. A
“T” handle type manual gas valve must be installed in the gas supply line to this appliance. This applies to
permanently installed natural gas and propane installations. This does not apply to propane portable
installations using a 20 pound tank.
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Have an ABC Fire Extinguisher accessible at all times. Never attempt to extinguish a grease fire
with water or other liquids.
IMPORTANT: Consult the AHJ (Authority Having Jurisdiction) or local contractor of any uncertainty.
This unit is for outdoor use only!
Do not operate in a building, garage or any other enclosed areas. This could result in carbon monoxide buildup which
could result in injury or death.
For proper operation, burners must be aligned with the valve orifice and seated in the bracket slot. This is
accomplished by first placing the burner tube shutter hole securely over the valve orifice and ensuring the male post
on the rear of the burner rests in the opening in the grill chassis. Failure to do so could result in a fire and injury.
BEWARE OF SPIDERS
CAUTION: BURNER TUBES MUST BE INSPECTED AND CLEANED BEFORE EACH USE.
Spiders and small insects occasionally spin webs or make nests in the burner tubes. These webs can lead to a gas flow obstruction, which
could result in a fire in and around the burner tubes. This type of fire is known as “FLASH-BACK” and can cause serious damage to your
appliance and create an unsafe operating condition for the user. Although an obstructed burner tube is not the only cause of “FLASHBACK” it is the most common cause, and frequent inspection and cleaning of the burner tubes is necessary.
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FOR YOUR SAFETY
NOTE: Check with City and Fire department for Local Building Codes. A Permit may be
required for outdoor kitchen construction.
Do not attempt to heat unopened containers on the grill as pressure may build up and
cause the container to explode.
Never use charcoal or any other solid fuel in the grill.
Never cook without the drip pan in place.
Never operate this grill while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Location of Appliance
Most importantly, this is an outdoor appliance. Ensure your appliance is positioned safely away from
anything that can catch fire. Under no circumstance is this appliance to be used indoors. This includes
garages or any other enclosed area. This outdoor cooking gas appliance is not approved to be installed in
or on any recreational vehicles and /or boats. Blaze Grills are for single family/residential use only.
When determining a suitable location take into account concerns such as exposure to wind, proximity to
traffic paths and keeping any gas supply lines as short as possible.

Do not store combustible materials, gasoline or flammable liquids or vapors around the appliance.
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This BLAZE GRILL must be located outdoors only. As with any gas appliance, harmful carbon
monoxide is produced during the combustion process that should not be allowed to accumulate in a
confined space. Please note since hot air rises above the BLAZE GRILL while in operation, covered
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locations should be avoided. Do not locate the BLAZE GRILL where an overhang or awning may cover it.
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DO NOT obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air to this appliance.

Keep any electrical supply cords and the fuel supply hoses away from any heated surfaces and/or sharp and
aggressive edges.
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Non-Combustible Enclosure: The BLAZE GRILL must be installed in a NON-COMBUSTIBLE
ENCLOSURE ONLY. The determination of whether a location is combustible or non-combustible
construction is made by the local fire marshal, building inspector or the local safety authority having
jurisdiction.
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Clearance from Combustibles: Ensure your appliance remains at a distance of at least 14” from sides
& 16” from back from any combustible material such as wood, gyprock, paper and plants. Do not store
combustible materials, gasoline or flammable liquids or vapors around the appliance. The outdoor kitchen
structure itself should be constructed completely out of non-combustible materials. This outdoor cooking
gas appliance shall not be located under overhead construction.
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Adequate Ventilation: Ensure there is adequate ventilation for both the appliance, grill cart and/or
island cavity. This is required not only for proper combustion, but also to prevent gas build up. While
the amount of venting required varies on a case by case basis, consult with your local licensed
professional and local code for adequate venting requirements. Keep the ventilation openings of the
enclosure free and clear from any debris.
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Firm Level Surface: Use your appliance only on a firm level surface. This appliance is not designed for
recreational vehicles, and should not be installed on a boat or marine craft.
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Protection from Weather: Keep the appliance protected from adverse weather, including rain and winds.
Wind, particularly coming into the rear of the grill, can affect the exhaust from escaping from the
grill. This can back up the heat behind the control panel potentially creating a gas leak, damage to
the product, and injury.

Maintenance Access: When your appliance is installed, you should be able to access the gas supply
line including the gas piping or hose, gas regulator, gas cylinder and any shut off valves. Allow clear
access to the entire gas supply hose and regulator.
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Partial Enclosures: Many backyards have areas that are partially closed off, such as balconies and
pergolas. In some cases, it is hard to decide whether these partially enclosed areas should be classified as
indoor areas, particularly in terms of permanent (non-closable) ventilation. Consult the AHJ (Authority
Having Jurisdiction) or local contractor of any uncertainty. This outdoor cooking gas appliance shall not be
located under overhead construction.
Please read all instructions before installing or operating your gas appliance to prevent injury and appliance
damage.

All gas appliances will get hot during use. Use extreme caution when operating the appliance.

Do not touch hot surfaces. Always use the handle to open or close the appliance.
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Close supervision is necessary when this or any appliance is used near children. Keep children away
from the appliance during operation and until the appliance has cooled off.
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Do not store any LP cylinder or tank not connected for use with the appliance, in the area of this
appliance or any other appliance. Never store an LP cylinder or tank indoors, or within the reach of
children.
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Never test the appliance for gas leaks using a lighted match or any other open flame; see leak test
procedures using soap/water solutions – see section on Leak Testing.
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The use of accessories, regulators, or components not recommended by the appliance manufacturer
may cause injuries and will void warranty.
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Never light the appliance with the hood closed and be certain that the burners are positioned and seated
over the gas valves and on the burner support.
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Never lean over the cooking surface when lighting or operating the appliance.
Use cooking utensils with wood handles and insulated oven mitts when operating the appliance.
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Do not store anything in the appliance. Make sure food is not forgotten in the appliance; forgotten items
could melt or catch fire when the appliance is turned on.
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To prevent injuries, do not use accessories that are not recommended by the manufacturer.

Before cleaning the appliance, disconnect the rotisserie and "trip" the circuit breaker.

Never use the appliance in windy conditions. If located in a consistently windy area (oceanfront,
mountaintop, etc.) a wind break will be required. Winds blowing into or across the back hood gap, can
cause poor performance and / or cause the control panel and knobs to get dangerously hot.

Always open the appliance hood carefully, using only the handle - the hood may be hot.

Children should not be left alone or unattended in an area where any appliance is in use. They should
never be allowed to touch, sit or stand on any part of the appliance.

Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets above the appliance or in the appliance. Children
climbing on the appliance to reach these items could be seriously injured.
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Wear proper clothing when operating this appliance. Loose-fitting or hanging garments should never be
worn while using the appliance.
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Do not leave the appliance unattended while in use.
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Do not use water on grease fires! A violent steam explosion may result. Instead, smother the fire with a
multipurpose ABC extinguisher.
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Electrical Safety and Installation Warnings
Extension cords may be used if care is exercised in their use. If
an extension cord is used:
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The marked electrical rating of the cord set or extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical
rating of the appliance.

The cord should be arranged so that it will not touch hot surfaces, sharp edges or drape over the
countertop or tabletop (where it can be pulled or tripped over unintentionally).
Outdoor extension cords should be used with products suited for outdoor use. They are surface marked with
suffix letters "W" or "W-A" and with a tag stating "Suitable for Use with Outdoor Appliances".
To protect against electrical shock, the power cord and plug should be kept dry and off of the ground. Do
not clean this product with water spray; do not spray cleaners into the lamp socket area.
Gasoline, lighter fluid or other flammable liquids and vapors should never be stored in the area of this appliance
or any other appliance.
Before installation or service, disconnect the power supply to the work area by removing the fuse, "tripping" the
circuit breaker, or unplugging the unit.
Keep any electrical supply cord and fuel supply hose away from any heated surfaces, sharp edges and
dripping grease.
Be certain your appliance is properly installed and grounded by a qualified technician in accordance with
applicable codes. To guarantee the electrical safety of this appliance, continuity must exist between the
appliance and an effective grounding system. It is imperative that this basic safety requirement be met. The
manufacturer cannot be held responsible for damages caused by the lack or inadequacy of an effective
grounding system.
Do not operate any appliance with a damaged power cord or power plug, and do not operate any appliance
after the appliance malfunctions or has been damaged in any manner. If this should occur, return the appliance
to the nearest authorized service facility for examination, repair or adjustment.
Be certain your appliance is properly installed and grounded by a qualified technician in accordance with
applicable codes. To guarantee the electrical safety of this appliance, continuity must exist between the
appliance and an effective grounding system. It is imperative that this basic safety requirement be met.
The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for damages caused by the lack or inadequacy of an effective
grounding system.
This appliance conforms to all uniform electrical safety codes and electrical grounding regulations. Install
unit according to I.A.W. local codes or with National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70 or CSA C22.1 in their
absence.
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Gas Safety and Installation Warnings
•
All gas connections should be made by a Professional qualified technician and in accordance with local
codes and ordinances. The installation must conform with local codes or, in the absence of
local codes, with either the national Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, or CAN/CGA-B149.1,
Natural Gas Installation Code or CAN/CGA-B149.2, Propane Installation Code.
•
Always check the Rating Plate to make sure the gas supply you are hooking up to is the gas type
the appliance is manufactured for.
•
Check the rating label on the left hand outside of the unit.
RATING PLATE LOCATION
•
Do not twist the gas supply hose.
•
Before each use, visually inspect the gas supply hose for cracks, cuts or excessive wear. Replace
the hose if necessary. Check for gas leaks before each use.
•
Gas Specifications: Be sure that the gas supplied to the appliance conforms to the model you
purchased. A Natural Gas appliance requires natural gas to operate; an LP appliance requires liquid
propane gas to operate.
•
Never connect the appliance to an unregulated gas supply line. Appliances operated without a regulator are
unsafe and will not be serviced until installed properly and safely. Unsafe operation without a gas regulator
will void the warranty of the appliance.
•
Appliances operated with NG (natural gas) gas must be installed with the NG regulator supplied with the
unit and set to 4.0" water column pressure.
•
Appliances operated with LP (liquid propane) gas must be installed with an LP regulator set to 11" water
column pressure.
•
Please contact your dealer and use a licensed contractor or installer to convert your appliance to the
different gas type.
•
CHECK TO ENSURE THAT THE GAS SUPPLY HOSE DOES NOT COME IN CONTACT WITH ANY
HOT SURFACE, SHARP OR ROUGH EDGES OF THE GRILL OR OUTDOOR KITCHEN
CONSTRUCTION. DO NOT KINK THE GAS LINE WHEN INSTALLING.
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The self-contained LP system appliance is design certified to be used with a standard 20 lb., 12 1/4" diameter; 18"
high cylinder with right handed connection threads and this is the maximum size LP tank to be used. The cylinder
must be marked in accordance with the latest U.S. Department of Transportation specifications for LP gas cylinders.
(DOT. CFR49 or National Standards of Canada CAN/CSA-B359 Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for the
Transportation of Dangerous Goods) a Propane Tank with an ODP) Overfill Prevention Device) must be used at all
times.
IMPORTANT: Never connect the appliance to an unregulated gas supply.
The installation of this appliance must conform with local codes or in the absence of local codes, to the national fuel
gas code, ANSI Z223.1a-1998. Installation in Canada must be in accordance with the standard CAN/CGA- B149.2,
Propane Installation Code.
A licensed contractor or local gas company representative must perform all natural gas connections.
Ensure that the service supplying the appliance is fitted with a shut off valve conveniently positioned near the
appliance and giving ease of access.
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during
any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 0.5 psi (3.5 kPa).
The appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system.
GAS LEAK WARNINGS
 Finding and/or fixing a gas leak is NOT a “DO-IT-YOURSELF” procedure – ONLY USE A
PROFESSIONAL.
 NEVER USE THE GRILL WITHOUT FIRST LEAK TESTING THE GAS CONNECTIONS INCLUDING
ALL OF THE VALVES, FITTINGS, LINES ETC. (ANY GAS CONNECTION SHOULD BE CHECKED)
 WARNING: DO NOT USE OPEN FLAME TO CHECK FOR LEAKS. USE OF AN OPEN FLAME
COULD RESULT IN A FIRE, EXPLOSION AND BODILY HARM.
 DO NOT SMOKE WHILE PERFORMING THE LEAK TEST. Any Open Flame will Ignite the gas.
 To prevent fire or explosion hazard, Perform leak test outdoors only.
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 Check to ensure that flexible hoses do not have any cuts and wear that may affect the safety before
each use. Only the factory supplied hose and regulator must be used. Use only replacement regulator
and hose assemblies specified by BLAZE OUTDOOR PRODUCTS.
Checking for Gas Leaks
Perform a leak test before each use whether the gas supply cylinder has been disconnected or not. In addition,
whenever the gas cylinder is connected to the regulator or whenever any part of the gas system is disconnected
or replaced, perform a leak test.
As a safety precaution, remember to always leak test your appliance outdoors in a well-ventilated area. Never
smoke or permit sources of ignition in the area while doing a leak test. Do not use a flame, such as a lighted
match to test for leaks. Use a solution of soapy water.
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Prepare a leak testing solution of soapy water by mixing in a spray bottle one part liquid soap to one
part water.
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Make sure all the control knobs are in the OFF position.

Turn on the gas.
o On Natural Gas systems, turn the main feed valve to the appliance.
o On LP systems, turn the cylinder valve knob counter clockwise one turn to open.

Apply the leak-testing solution by spraying it on joints of the gas delivery system. This includes all
valves, pipe connections, joints, lines and every point from the gas source to the burners.

Blowing bubbles in the soap solution and/or there is a faint gas smell (Typically Gas has an Egg Smell)
indicates that a leak is present. Do not attempt to ignite the grill.
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Turn all control knobs back to the full OFF position.
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Stop a leak by tightening the loose joint and/or resealing with thread sealant or Teflon tape, removing
sealant or tape in the event of a flared connection or by replacing the faulty part with a replacement part
recommended by the manufacturer. Do not attempt to repair the cylinder valve if it is damaged. The
cylinder must be discarded to a proper LP tank location and then replaced.
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If you are unable to stop a leak turn all control knobs back to the full OFF position, shut off the gas
supply to the appliance and release pressure in the hose and manifold by pushing in and turning any
of the control valves one quarter turn counter-clockwise.
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On LP systems, remove the cylinder from the appliance.
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Call an authorized gas appliance service technician or an LP gas dealer.

Do not use the appliance until the leak is corrected.
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The below diagram is intended to show what a leaking connection would look like. These two locations
are not the only points to check nor the only potential areas for a gas leak to be present.
Leak Testing
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All gas piping and connections must be tested for leaks after installation or service along with before each
use. This includes all valves, pipe connections, joints, lines and every point from the gas
source to the burners.
All leaks must be corrected immediately. Remember-before exchanging an empty bottle for a new one; make
sure all control valves are in the “off” position. This can create a low flow of gas through the grill. This would
require the tank to be disconnected from the regulator, and then reconnected to reset the regulator.
Open the valve (shut-off or ‘ON’ LP tank). Test for leaks by applying liquid soap solution to all joints. Bubbles forming
indicate gas leak.
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The following diagram is for informational purposes only. These locations are not the only points to
check nor the only potential areas for a gas leak to be present. Ensure the leak test includes all
valves, pipe connections, joints, lines and every point from the gas source to the burners.
NEVER USE AN OPEN FLAME TO CHECK FOR LEAKS.
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UNPACKING UNIT:
Product Inspection:
A final inspection of your product occurs at the factory to ensure a quality product is
packaged. Please re-check for possible shipping damage immediately after unpacking your grill. If the appliance is
found to have some damage, contact your dealer immediately as often the shipping carrier will have a timeframe to
report damage. Please also save the packaging material the product came with as that is at times inspected by the
shipping carrier.
Caution: Do not leave the unit under the sun with the protective film on for a long period of time as it will make
the film difficult to remove and/or leave markings on the materials which are not covered by the warranty.
Your Blaze Series Appliance comes pre-assembled and requires very little setup. We do however; recommend
the use of professional help during the installation of your unit as improper installation may affect your warranty.
Remove the unit from the box along with all accessories and check that no damage has occurred to the unit or
any parts. Remove all packaging materials, labels and protective plastic film before you start cooking.
Burners: Check the burner tubes and remove any obstructions that may be in the ports or holes. Using cold water
and a brush will be sufficient. Make sure all foreign particles are removed from the burner before use. Make sure
the air shutter on the burners is slightly opened (to about 1/8" for NG and 1/4" for LP). When finished ensure that
the burners are aligned with the valve orifice and seated in the bracket slot. This is accomplished by first
placing the burner tube shutter hole securely over the valve orifice and ensuring the male post on the grill chassis
rests in the corresponding slot in the rear of the burner. Failure to do so could result in a fire and injury.
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Gas Connections
Natural Gas Requirements
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Connect a suitable natural gas flex connector to the grill regulator located on the rear right corner of the
appliance. It is recommended to use a flex connector with a minimum of a ½” diameter or larger.

Sealing all non-flared fittings with thread sealant or Teflon tape.

Ensure the flex connector is protected from sharp edges, heat, aggressive surfaces, and kinking.

Check the appliance controls to ensure all control valves are in the full OFF position.

Turn on the main gas supply and check all connections for leaks using soapy water as described in the leak
testing procedure section.

The regulator used must be set for 4” water column and is for use with Natural gas only. Note: Most low
pressure regulators have a directional arrow indicating the direction in which the gas must travel. Ensure
the arrow is pointing in the direction of the grill.

An installer supplied gas shutoff valve must be installed in an accessible place.
Liquid Propane (LP) Gas and Tank Requirement

If your BLAZE Grill is for a Liquid Propane application, a L.P regulator set for 11” WC must be used and is for
use with LP gas only.

The regulator and hose supplied must be used with a 20 lb. LP cylinder.

A collar to protect the cylinder threads on the customer supplied tank.

An arrangement for gas vapor withdrawal.
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A safety relief device having direct communication with the vapor space of the cylinder.

A method of mounting.

The gas supply must be turned off at the LP Gas supply cylinder and the LP Gas supply cylinder must be
disconnected from the regulator when this outdoor cooking gas appliance is not in use.

Always sit the cylinder in an upright position so that the cylinder valve is at the top. This will ensure proper
vapor withdrawal.

The cylinder should not be stored in a building, garage, or any other enclosed area. It should be stored
outdoors in a protected, cool, and dry location out of reach of children.

Never store any spare or extra gas cylinder(s) around or in the outdoor kitchen containing the BLAZE GRILL
or any other open flame, heat-producing appliance(s) or heat source.
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Filling and Refilling LP Gas Cylinders:
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Turn control knobs and cylinder valve to the OFF position. Unscrew valve.

Remove cylinder and have it filled at your local qualified propane dealer.

Once filled, carefully connect the valve and make sure it is secure and not leaking.

With the control knobs in the OFF position, turn on the cylinder valve.
If you smell gas or hear a hiss of gas escaping from the tank, get away from the tank and do not attempt to correct
the problem yourself. Call the Fire Department immediately.
If your appliance has no leak at the cylinder, then re-check for loose connections and retest for leaks using the
method detailed in the following pages with soapy solution.
Do not subject your LP gas cylinder to excessive heat, and always store the cylinder in an upright position. Never
store your LP cylinders indoors.
Make sure that when attaching components, all connections are secured and fully tightened to prevent leakage.
Always check for leaks before every use.
If one is not already available, it is required that an ON-OFF shutoff valve be installed at the gas supply source, and
that the gas supply be turned off when either Natural Gas or LP Gas appliances are not in use.
Transporting and Storing LP Gas
Transport only one cylinder at a time. Ensure the cylinder is secured in an upright position with the control valve
turned off and the dust cap in place. Store cylinders outdoors and out of the reach of children. Do not store cylinders
in a building, garage, or any other enclosed area.
Procedure for LP Gas Cylinder Connection (20 lbs)
1. Turn the “Hand Wheel” on cylinder clockwise until it stops to ensure the Cylinder Valve is fully
closed.
2. Turn all of the burner knobs to the OFF position.
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3. Connect the 3/8” Flare end of the hose to the 3/8” Flare end of the brass coupling on the unit using
a 3/4” open wrench. Do not apply pipe sealant. (These are flared fittings). Note: remember the
rubber line on the hose and regulator must be protected from sharp edges, hot surfaces, aggressive
building materials that could cut, melt, or damage the line. A separate approved gas line might be
needed to go between the hose and regulator and the grill to position the rubber line in a safe location.
4. Connect the regulator to the LP cylinder. Only hand-tighten the regulator.
5. Check for leaks using a soapy water solution by spraying on all connections, including all of the
valves, fittings, lines etc. (any and all gas connections have the ability leak and therefore it is critical to
check for leaks before each use)
6. To disconnect after you have used the appliance, turn the burner knobs to the OFF position.
7. Close the Cylinder Valve by turning the Hand Wheel counter-clockwise until it stops.
8. Disconnect the regulator from the LP cylinder after use.
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Installing the Appliance in a BBQ Island
NOTE: Check with City and Fire department for Local Building Codes. A Permit may be
required for outdoor kitchen construction.
You will need a second person to help you avoid damaging the appliance or your appliance island.
Ensure all clearances to combustibles are maintained. See page 26
The island must be made out of non-combustible material. In the event it is combustible, the use of an
insulation jacket is REQUIRED.
A distance of 5” will be needed behind the grill for the lid to open and close. Remember that should
combustible materials (such as a combustible wall) be located behind the grill that the needed 5” for lid
clearance doesn’t satisfy the distance required from a combustible surface.
 Protection from Weather: Keep the appliance protected from adverse
weather, including rain and wind. Wind, particularly coming into the
rear of the grill, can affect the exhaust from escaping from the grill.
This can back up the heat behind the control panel potentially creating
a gas leak, damage to the product, and injury. A wind block behind the
grill may be necessary.
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Outdoor Kitchen Ventilation
WARNING
Failure to adequately vent your outdoor
kitchen cavity could result in an explosion or
fire.
When building a gas grill into an outdoor kitchen, it is necessary to provide adequate ventilation for the
island cavity underneath. This is necessary for not only proper combustion, but also to prevent a buildup of
gas. While the amount of venting required for your island will vary due to the variety of differing local
codes, inner framework and design of an outdoor kitchen, the amount of gas products installed and their
locations, etc, all built in grill islands should be ventilated in some way. Your local contractor and/or your
local code authority can determine adequate ventilation for each installation. Stainless Steel vent panels are
available from your dealer to cover the island venting.
The following information is important to consider when adhering to your local code requirements.
LP/Propane Gas: LP gas is heavier than air and will settle to the lowest levels of the outdoor kitchen. It is
imperative to provide adequate cross ventilation for the areas where gas can accumulate at these lower
levels of the island cavity. Should the Propane cylinder be located in the outdoor kitchen itself, a plenum
wall is required to separate the gas source from the other areas of the outdoor kitchen (picture shown in
owner’s manual), and both the cabinets containing the gas appliances and the gas tank should be ventilated
appropriately. If a plenum wall is undesirable, Blaze offers a Propane tank drawer as an alternative.
NG/Natural Gas: Natural gas is lighter than air and will rise to the highest levels of the outdoor kitchen. It is
imperative to provide adequate cross ventilation for the areas where gas can accumulate at these higher
levels of the island cavity.
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The following diagram shows a variety of examples of venting locations and configurations for an outdoor
kitchen. These are not the only possible options for venting but instead simply some examples of the more
common configurations found. Notice the middle set of vents being positioned lower on the island cavity
for LP gas.
ALL GAS CONNECTION POINTS SHOULD BE TESTED FOR LEAKS AFTER
INSTALLATION PRIOR TO FIRST USE OF THE GAS APPLIANCE(S).
Before installing an appliance in any island cut out, make sure that the opening is not bigger than the outside frame
of the appliance unit. The appliance should rest on the lip of the frame.
Pay careful attention to the location of the gas line. It should be routed away from sources of heat, sharp edges, and
aggressive surfaces and should make as few bends as possible.
Ensure the gas line connection will be accessible when appliance is installed. A safety shutoff valve is required at
this gas connection point. Before installing the grill into the island cutout, the main burner cotter pins may be
removed for convenience of service, adjustments, and maintenance in the future. These are accessible from the
outside rear of the grill.
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If the main burner cotter pins are removed before installing, the main burners must be double checked for the
correct placement in the grill before operation. When finished ensure that the burners are aligned with the
valve orifice and seated in the bracket slot. This is accomplished by first placing the burner tube shutter
hole securely over the valve orifice and ensuring the male post on the rear of the burner rests in the
corresponding slot in the grill chassis. Failure to do so could result in a fire and injury.
If the outdoor kitchen countertop will overhang the face of the island, notching out the two front countertop edges will
be necessary to allow the grill to slide flush against the outer front wall to the outdoor kitchen. Due to differing personal
preferences of the size of the notch out, this is recommended to be done at the point of installation so that the
consumer can dictate their preference.
•
Slide the appliance into the cut out and then attach the gas line.
•
Be very careful not to kink the gas line when lowering the appliance into the cut out.
•
Keep your fingers away from where the appliance will be supported on counter. Your fingers could
become trapped and serious injury could occur.
•
Check to make sure the appliance is level and is supported around the entire outside edge. If the
appliance is not level or is unstable, use non-combustible shims under the outside lip to stabilize it.
•
Perform the leak test procedure as described earlier in this manual.
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BUILDING BBQ SPECIFICATIONS
*Ensure your island cavity is adequately vented. Number of vents shown in
diagram is for informational purposes only.
*Consult your local licensed professional for adequate requirements.
*Ensure your outdoor kitchen is constructed out of non-combustible materials.
*If your outdoor kitchen is constructed of combustible materials, an insulated
jacket is REQUIRED.
ALL BBQ ISLANDS MUST BE MANUFACTURED FROM “NON-COMBUSTIBLE” MATERIAL.
Minimum clearance to adjacent combustible construction at 14” from sides & 16” from
back
MODEL
BLZ-3
BLZ-4
BLZ-5
DESCRIPTION
25” 3 Burner
32” 4 Burner
40” 5 Burner
HEIGHT (A)
WIDTH (B)
8 1/2”
8 1/2”
8 1/2”
23 1/4”
30 5/8”
38 3/8”
DEPTH (C)
21 1/4”
21 1/4”
21 1/4”
A distance of 5” will be needed behind the grill for the lid to open and close. Remember that should
combustible materials (such as a combustible wall) be located behind the grill that the needed 5”
for lid clearance doesn’t satisfy the distance required from a combustible surface. See diagram on
next page.
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Additional Hood Clearance
Installation Diagram
(5 Gallon LP tank shown)
Installation Method for Low Pressure Gas
Source- (Natural Gas Regulator Shown)
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FIRST TIME OPERATION
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Caution: Never operate the appliance unattended. The surface is extremely hot and
someone can touch the hot surface and get seriously burned. All gas appliances should be
attended at all times.
Prior to using your appliance, verify that all of the following is correct:

The burner tube is free of any debris or obstruction.

Installation of the proper gas type and regulator settings.


The proper gas connection is complete.
Check for gas leaks.

Minimum clearances are maintained.
 All packaging has been removed.
 All parts and components are properly in place.
 An installer-supplied manual gas shut-off valve is fully accessible.
 LP hose is clean and inspected for cuts, wear, abrasion, or leaks. Replace if necessary with a
suitable UL, ETL or CSA Listed part with internally threaded connector.
Lighting the Appliance
1.
Open the hood.
2.
Use caution when lighting burners by standing as far away from the burners as possible. Do not put
your hands, arms, head or any body parts close to the grill when lighting.
3.
To ignite burners, push the burner knob in and slowly rotate counter-clockwise to the high position.
4.
You will hear a loud click as the electronic lighter produces a spark. Listen for the sound of the gas
igniting and look for a flame through the cooking grids. If the burner does not light on the first try, repeat
immediately. (For rear burner, a slower turn of the knob is necessary. This allows gas to accumulate in
the rear burner to achieve ignition. Never use the rear burner with the warming rack in place)
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5.
If the burner does not light in 5 seconds, turn the burners off and wait five minutes with the lid open until
the gas clears before attempting to light it again. Repeat the procedure or try the manual lighting
procedure below.
6.
If the burner does not light after several attempts, immediately close all gas valves and consult an
authorized service technician.
7.
Upon successful lighting, repeat the process on the other burners you wish to light.
8.
To shut off the burners, rotate the knob and turn to OFF. It is normal to hear a popping sound when the
burners are turned off.
9.
Close the valve at the gas supply.
Manually Lighting the Main Burners
WARNING: Do not use standard size matches or cigarette lighters to perform match-lighting procedures. Serious
burns can occur and lighters can explode.
1.
Open the hood.
2.
If you have just attempted to light the burner, allow five minutes for any accumulated gas to dissipate.
Use caution by standing as far away from the burners as possible. Do not put your hands, arms, head
or any body parts close to the grill when lighting.
3.
Hold your open flame to the top of the Lighting Tube. See below picture.
4.
Push in and turn the control knob to HIGH.
5.
If the burner does not light after five seconds, turn the control knobs to the OFF position.
6.
Wait five minutes until the gas clears before attempting to light it again.
7.
If the burner does not light after several attempts, immediately close all gas valves and consult an authorized
service technician.
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“FLASHBACK” may occur in or around the burner tubes. Flashback exhibits a characteristic “whooshing/jet like”
sound. If this should occur, immediately turn off your burners, then remove and clean them
with soap, water and a brush until all foreign objects are removed.
Before cooking with your appliance for the first time, burn off any foreign matter and rid the unit of any odors by
burning the main burners only on HIGH with the lid down for about 10 minutes. When lit, the flame should have a
mostly blue color to it. It may have a tint of yellow and adjustment to the air shutters can be made to obtain a blue
flame and proper gas glow (see flame adjustment) . This appliance should be preheated before cooking with the
main burner control settings on HIGH for five minutes with the hood closed.
Manually Lighting the Rear Burner (4 + 5 burner grills)
1. Open the hood. Never use the rear burner with the warming rack in place.
2. If you have just attempted to light the burner, allow five minutes for any accumulated gas to dissipate.
Use caution by standing as far away from the burners as possible. Do not put your hands, arms, head
or any body parts close to the grill when lighting.
3. Hold your open flame to the right side of the rear burner.
4. Push in and turn the control knob to HIGH.
5. If the burner does not light after five seconds, turn the control knobs to the OFF position.
6. Wait five minutes until the gas clears before attempting to light it again.
7. If the burner does not light after several attempts, immediately close all gas valves and consult an authorized
service technician.
Flame Adjustment
a. Become familiar with the safety instructions at the front of this manual. Do not smoke while lighting the
appliance or checking the gas supply connections.
b. Make sure that all gas connections are securely tightened and have been leak-tested with a soapy
water solution - never with a flame!
c.
With the cooking grids and flame tamers removed, light the main burners and run them on the high
setting.
d. Inspect burners for proper flame appearance. The ideal flame appearance is one that is mostly blue
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and not lifting off of the burner surface. There is an air shutter found at the end of the burner (close to
the valve) which can be either opened or closed to make adjustments to the flame's appearance. To
adjust, remove the burner from the appliance and loosen the phillips head screw holding the air shutter
to the burner. If the flame is yellow, open the air shutter to make the flame bluer. If the flame is lifting off
of the burner surface, slightly close the air shutter. Re-tighten the phillips head screw and re-install the
burner to recheck the flame appearance. Repeat if necessary.
e. Turn burners to low flame setting and test for proper flame height. Flame should be stable and
burning out of each burner port without danger of going out in the lowest setting. (To adjust the LOW
flame setting simply light the appliance on the LOW setting and adjust the screw located under the
knob on the front of the valve using a flat head screwdriver as seen in the diagram below.)
Low flame setting
screw
Cleaning Your Appliance
NOTE: You should clean your appliance after each use to maintain the overall appearance over the life of your
appliance. After the first use, it is normal for your appliance to become discolored in certain areas from the heat
produced by the burners. A video for cleaning your grill is located on the blaze website to assist with the below
instructions, www.blazegrills.com .
Exterior Cleaning
When cleaning your appliance, always scrub and polish in the direction of the stainless steel grain. Wipe down the
exterior of the appliance to remove any splatter or grease. Do not use harsh abrasives. Use a stainless steel
cleaner to clean the exterior surface for a polished look. To remove baked-on foods, use a fine to medium grit nonmetallic abrasive pad with a stainless steel cleaner to avoid specks of grease collecting in the grain causing the
appearance of rust. Before installing the cover, always allow the surface to dry. DO NOT cover a damp appliance.
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Drip Tray
Clean the drip tray after each use. Failure to do so could result in a fire. Once the appliance has cooled
completely, remove the tray by pulling it all the way out until it comes free. Clean the tray with hot soapy water and
re-install. If using an oven cleaning agent, be sure to carefully follow the manufacturer’s instructions to avoid
damage to the stainless steel.
Heat Separators, Flame Tamers, Grilling and Warming Racks
To clean ( should clean after each use ), turn the main burners on HIGH for 10-15 minutes with the hood
closed. This allows any food particles or grease drippings to burn away. Brush components with a stainless steel
bristle brush to remove any remaining charred materials.
Cast Stainless Steel Burners
The appliance must be completely cooled before proceeding. Make sure the gas supply is off and all control
knobs are in the “OFF” position. You must remove all cooking grids and flame tamers to expose the main burners
in the appliance. On the bottom rear of each burner is a cotter pin accessible from the back of the grill head.
Remove cotter pin (unless they were removed prior to installation into an outdoor kitchen). To remove burner, pull
rod upwards and slide burner toward the rear of the appliance. Repeat for each burner. To clean the burners, use a
wire brush to clean the exterior of the burner. Free all clogged ports of obstructions with a small metal object. Clean
out any debris through the air shutter and inspect the burner inlet to ensure it is free of any obstructions. Use a rod
or pipe cleaner to remove any debris within the burner if necessary.
NOTE: Make sure each burner is properly placed after cleaning. It is very important to ensure the end of the
burner is installed appropriately onto the gas valve to ensure gas flows safely into the burner. Failure to meet
these conditions can cause dangerous conditions that can cause personal injury and/or property damage.
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Optional Infrared Sear Burner
How to Replace Conventional Burner with Infrared Sear Burner (A video for installing the infrared sear
burner is located on the blaze website to assist with the below instructions, www.blazegrills.com )
1. To install the optional infrared burner, begin by removing the far left cooking grid, flame stabilizing grid
and zone divider.
2. Remove conventional burner by first removing the cotter pins that holds it in place (unless they were
removed prior to installation), located on the bottom rear of the burner and accessible from the rear
outside of the grill body. With the cotter pin removed, remove the conventional burner.
3. Place the infrared burner in place, leaving off the flame tamer. Ensure the burner is seated appropriately
around the valve so that gas flows into the burner.
4. Replace the heat zone divider and cooking grid. Do not use this burner with the flamer tamer
reinstalled above the burner.
Note: It is critical that the end of the infrared burner is installed appropriately onto the gas valve to ensure gas
flows safely into the burner. For additional information, contact us at 866-976-9510 or go to Blazegrills.com.
Preheating the Infrared Burner
Always preheat the entire appliance before cooking. If the appliance is already hot from cooking, you should still
preheat the infrared burner for 3 minutes. Never place food over the burner until it is fully preheated to avoid
clogging the tiny ports and damaging the burner from grease drippings and food particles.
Infrared Burner Cleaning
To keep your infrared burner operating at maximum performance after each use, turn it on HIGH for 5-7 minutes
with the hood open. This allows any food particles or grease drippings to burn away. Once your appliance has
cooled completely, use a soft brush or vacuum to remove any ash accumulation on the burner if necessary.
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Fuel Conversion
CAUTION: This should only by performed by a licensed gas professional.
(A video converting your blaze grill is located on the blaze website to assist with the below instructions,
www.blazegrills.com )
Convertible Gas Regulator (if applicable):
Currently all Natural gas grills are supplied with a regulator which is appropriate for use with Natural Gas
or Propane.
1. When converting to Propane Gas, the most common Propane canister used is a smaller sized portable
canister (typically 5 gallons or 20 pounds).The pre-installed regulator will need to be converted to
LP gas (see below) and a d d a s e c o n d a r y low pressure hose and regulator with an outbound
pressure set to approximately 11" of water column pressure. If an individual is intending on using
Propane provided from a larger tank permanently installed on location, the regulator included with
the appliance will only need to be converted for use with LP fuel (see NG-LP Regulator Conversion
below). Please be aware that this included regulator can only withstand an inbound pressure of
.5 PSI or roughly 14 inches of water column pressure. Any higher pressure on location will have
to be further regulated before connecting to the regulator on the appliance. Please consult your local
Propane gas provider to confirm the gas pressure on the supply line feeding the appliance.
2. If converting to Natural Gas, a low pressure regulator with an outbound pressure set to 4” of Water
Column pressure must be used.
3. With either setup, remember to always check for gas leaks after the job is complete (see checking for
gas leaks).
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Fuel (Gas) Conversion Instructions for BLAZE Gas grills.
CAUTION: This should only by performed by a licensed gas professional.
Main Burners:
1.
You must remove all cooking grids and flame tamers to expose the main burners in the appliance.
2.
On the bottom rear of each burner is a cotter pin. Remove cotter pin. (unless they were removed prior to
3.
installation into an outdoor kitchen)
To remove burner, pull rod upwards and slide burner toward the rear of the appliance. Repeat for each
burner.
4.
Where the burner was previously located, connecting to the main valve through the hole in the basin should
now be empty space.
5.
Inside the space you will find the end of the valve (toward the front of appliance), with an orifice (brass
fitting), screwed into the end of the valve stem.
6.
Carefully remove the orifice with a 6mm socket set and extension. (These are extremely fragile! When
unscrewing, be extremely gentle, for you could easily break the brass fitting and have to replace the valve).
7.
Once the old orifice is removed, replace it with the new orifice, (repeat for all burners). When re-installing
the orifice, do not over tighten or you will strip the brass fitting. Very little pressure is needed!!!
8.
Inspect burners for proper flame appearance. The ideal flame appearance is one that is mostly blue and not
lifting off of the burner surface. There is an air shutter found at the end of the burner (close to the valve)
which can be either opened or closed to make adjustments to the flame's appearance. To adjust, remove
the burner from the appliance and loosen the phillips head screw holding the air shutter to the burner. If the
flame is yellow, open the air shutter to make the flame bluer. If the flame is lifting off of the burner surface,
slightly close the air shutter. Re-tighten the phillips head screw and re-install the burner to recheck the flame
appearance. Repeat if necessary.
Rear Burner
For the Blaze 4 & 5 Burner, replace the back burner orifice by removing the plate on the rear of the BBQ and
carefully removing the fitting. Replace with the provided conversion back burner orifice – large brass fitting (differs
from small BBQ burner orifice).
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Warranty Registration
If you have purchased a Blaze Series Grill you must register your product within 30 days of purchase to validate the warranty
and maintain your original receipt to get parts for the appliance. You may register your appliance at blazegrills.com by selecting
Support, and then selecting Register your Product. You may also fill out page 4 0 - 4 1 and mail to the address located at the
bottom of the form. The warranty is for original owners only at the original site of delivery and cannot be transferred to
new owners. You must retain your sales slip or invoice. Blaze Grills are warrantied for normal single family/residential use only.
Installation, repair and maintenance work should be performed by an authorized service technician. Work by unqualified
persons could be dangerous and will void the warranty. All Natural and LP Gas appliances must have a qualified installer
complete the installation for the warranty to be in effect. The incorrect installation of the Blaze gas appliance will void the
warranty. Please call Blaze Outdoor Products for more information on correct installation of the gas appliance.
Blaze Outdoor Products shall not be liable under this or any implied warranty for incidental or consequential damages
and Blaze Outdoor Products liability is limited to the purchase price of the appliance only. This warranty gives you
specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which may vary from state to state. This warranty is applicable in
the United States and Canada only. No one else is authorized to perform any obligations under this warranty.
Improper Maintenance, high cooking temperatures, excessive humidity, chlorine, fertilizers, lawn pesticides,
chemicals, and salt can affect the Stainless Steel components and for these reasons, the warranties DO NOT COVER
DISCOLORATION, SURFACE RUST, OR RUST, unless there is a loss of structural integrity / rust through of the
appliance components. This warranty covers defects in material and workmanship.
WARRANTY ON PARTS EFFECTIVE 3-15-16 :

Main Burners –Lifetime (Parts Only)

Cooking Grids– Lifetime (Parts Only)

Body – Lifetime (Parts Only)

Flame Tamers + Heat Zone Seperators – Lifetime (Parts Only)

Warming Rack – Lifetime (Parts Only)

Valves- Lifetime (Parts Only)

Ignition– 1 year (Parts Only)
Consumers are responsible for all labor and shipping cost associated with warranty parts. All warranty claims are subject to
manufacturer review. Please make sure to have your sales receipt information and product serial number located on the outside
left side panel of the appliance. All replacement parts can be purchased through your local stocking dealer.
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GRILL PARTS
Assemble Back Panel Cover
BLZ-32-082
3 Burner Hood Handle
BLZ-25-001
Cast Stainless Steel Burner
Control Knob
BLZ-32-043
BLZ-32-037
4 Burner Hood Handle
5 Burner Hood Handle
BLZ-32-001
BLZ-40-001
3 Burner Control Panel
BLZ-25-005
Hood Roller Bearing
BLZ-32-048
4 Burner Control Panel
BLZ-32-003
Hood Rubber Pad
BLZ-32-012
5 Burner Control Panel
BLZ-40-032
Hood Spacer for firebox and hood
BLZ-32-004
Cooking Grid
BLZ-32-034
Control Knob Bezel
BLZ-32-038
Crossfire Panel
BLZ-32-044
Grill Badge
BLZ-32-075
Flavor Bar
BLZ-32-008
Regulator NG/LP
BLZ-32-050
3 Burner Drip Tray
BLZ-25-022
4 Burner Rotis Burner
BLZ-32-041
4 Burner Drip Tray
BLZ-32-022
5 Burner Rotis Burner
BLZ-40-041
5 Burner Drip Tray
BLZ-40-022
Rotis Valve
BLZ-32-029
Electrode Wire Rear Burner
BLZ-32-042
Stainless Steel Flame Tamer
BLZ-32-064
Flashtube
BLZ-32-058
Stainless Steel Flex line
BLZ-32-039
3 Burner Firebox Cover
BLZ-25-006
Temperature Gauge
BLZ-32-035
4 Burner Firebox Cover
BLZ-32-006
Valve
BLZ-32-028
5 Burner Firebox Cover
BLZ-40-006
3 Burner Warming Rack
BLZ-25-033
Temperature Gauge Bezel
BLZ-32-035B
4 Burner Warming Rack
BLZ-32-033
3 Burner Hood
BLZ-25-002
5 Burner Warming Rack
BLZ-40-033
4 Burner Hood
5 Burner Hood
BLZ-32-002
BLZ-40-002
Heat Zone Separator
Main Burner Orifice NG
BLZ-32-052
BLZ-32-056
Rear Burner Orifice NG
BLZ-32-055
Main Burner Orifice LP
BLZ-32-057
Rear Burner Orifice LP
BLZ-32-054
Valve Grommet
BLZ-32-053
Rotis Ignitor Cover
BLZ-32-016
Rear Burner Orifice Elbow
BLZ-32-080
Burner Cotter Pin
BLZ-32-074
Burner Air Shutters
BLZ-32-040
Peg for Flame Tamer
BLZ-32-061
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BLAZE 3 Burner
BLAZE 4 & 5 Burner
Note: Add one burner, one flame tamer, one heat separator and one grid for the Blaze 5 Burner.
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Locating the Product Serial Number:
The serial number for your BLAZE appliance is located on the left hand outs ide of the Firebox (see picture on
page 14.) You will need this number to properly register your appliance and activate coverage. Write this
information in the space provided below for your records
Appliance model:
Appliance serial number:
Type of fuel being used:
□ Propane
□ Natural Gas
Date purchased:
Date installed:
Blaze dealer’s name & address:
Blaze dealer’s phone number:
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Blaze Product Registration
Please take a minute to let us know what you bought. This makes sure we keep you up to date and have your
info ready if you ever need warranty help! You may register your product electronically on the blaze website vs
mailing in the below paperwork, blazegrills.com.
Name
First
Last
Email
Phone
Street Address
Address Line 2
City
State / Province / Region
Zip / Postal Code
Country
What is the model number of the Blaze Product purchased?
What is the serial number on the Blaze product (only on grills and side burners)?
Where did you buy your Blaze product?
Mail To:
Blaze Outdoor Products, Warranty Registration, 6620 Greenwell Springs Rd
Baton Rouge, LA 70805
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