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AOG Post barbecue patio mount Operating instructions
POST BARBECUE
PATIO MOUNT
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
SAFETY WARNINGS & CODES
Important:
Read these instructions carefully
before starting installation.
INSTALLER: Leave these instructions with consumer.
CONSUMER: Retain for future reference.
WARNING
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
2. A propane cylinder not connected for use
shall not be stored in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
CODE AND SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS: This
barbecue must be installed in accordance with
local codes and ordinances, or, in the absence of
local codes, with either the latest National Fuel Gas
Code (ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54), and Natural Gas
and Propane Installation Code (CAN/CGA-B149.1).
This appliance and its individual shutoff valves must
be disconnected from the gas supply piping system
when testing the system at pressures in excess of
½ psig (3.5 kPa).
This appliance must be isolated from the gas supply
piping system by closing its individual manual
shutoff valves during any pressure testing of the
gas supply system at pressures up to and including
½ psig (3.5 kPa).
WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service, or maintenance
can cause injury or property damage.
Refer to this manual. For assistance or
additional information, consult a qualified
professional installer, service agency, or
DANGER
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
All electrical outlets in the vicinity of the barbecue
must be properly grounded in accordance with local
codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the
Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1, whichever
is applicable.
Keep all electrical supply cords and fuel supply
hoses away from any heated surface.
Shut off the gas to the appliance.
Extinguish any open flame.
Open lid if equipped with an oven.
If odor continues, keep away from the
appliance, and immediately call the gas
supplier or fire department.
Certified to ANSI: Z21.58-2007
CSA: 1.6-2007
09-06
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BÂTI DE PATIO DE
BARBECUE DE POTEAU
INSTALLATION ET CONSIGNES
D’UTILISATION
AVERTISSEMENTS ET CODES DE SÛRETÉ
Important:
Lisez ces instructions
soigneusement avant de
INSTALLATEUR: Laissez ces instructions avec le
consommateur.
CONSOMMATEUR: Maintenez pour la future référence.
AVERTISSEMENT
1. Ne pas entreposer ni utiliser de l’essence ni
d’autres vapeurs ou liquides inflammables
dans le voisinage de l’appareil, ni de
proximité de tout autre appareil.
2. Une bouteille de propane qui nest pas
raccordée en vue de son utilisation, ne doit
pas être entreposée dans le voisinage de
cet appareil ou de tout autre appareil.
CONDITIONS
DE
CODE
ET
D’APPROVISIONNEMENT: Ce barbecue doit
être installé selon des codes et des ordonnances
locaux, ou, en l’absence des codes locaux, avec
l’un ou l’autre le plus défunt code national de gaz
de carburant (norme ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54), et le
code d’installation de gaz naturel et de propane
(CAN/CGA-B149.1).
Cet appareil et ses différents robinets d’isolement
doivent être démontés du système sifflant d’offre
de gaz en examinant le système aux pressions audessus du ½ psig (kPa 3.5).
Cet appareil doit être isolé dans le système sifflant d’offre
de gaz par fermeture ses différents robinets d’isolement
manuels pendant tous les essais sous pression du circuit
d’alimentation de gaz aux pressions jusques et y compris
le ½ psig (kPa 3.5).
Toutes les sorties électriques à proximité du barbecue
doivent être correctement fondues selon des codes
locaux ou, en l’absence des codes locaux, avec le code
électrique national, ANSI/NFPA 70, ou le code électrique
canadien, CSA C22.1, qui est jamais applicable.
Gardez tout cordon d’alimentation électrique et tuyau
d’alimentation en combustible a l’écart des surfaces
chauffées.
AVERTISSEMENT
L’installation inexacte, l’ajustement, le
changement, le service ou l’entretien
peuvent causer des dommages ou
des dégats matériels. Référez-vous à
ce manuel. Pour l’aide ou l’information
additionnelle consultez un installateur
qualifié et professionnel, l’agence de
service, ou le fournisseur de gaz.
DANGER
S’il y a une odeur de gaz:
1. Coupez l’admission de gaz de l’appareil.
2. Éteindre toute flamme nue.
3. Ouvrir le couvercle.
4. Si l’odeur persiste, gardez loin de l’appareil,
et appelez immédiatement le fournisseur de
gazou le service d’incendie.
Certifié à la norme ANSI : Z21.58-2007
CSA : 1.6-2007
09-06
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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SAFETY WARNINGS & CODES
PRODUCT DATA TABLE
PARTS LIST
DURING UNPACKING
PLANNING THE LOCATION OF THE POST BARBECUE
ENSURING PROPER COMBUSTION AIR AND COOLING AIR FLOW
ELECTRICAL OUTLETS
EXHAUST REMOVAL
INSTALLATION
GAS SUPPLY PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
CONNECTING TO THE GAS SUPPLY
SECURING THE POST BARBECUE
SAFE USE & MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE GAS BOTTLES
CHECKING AND CONVERTING GAS TYPE
CHECKING AND CONVERTING THE REGULATOR
CHECKING/CONVERTING THE BURNER ORIFICES
MAIN BURNER ORIFICE SIZE CHECKING/CONVERSION
MAIN BURNER AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
BACKBURNER ORIFICE SIZE CHECKING/CONVERSION (IF EQUIPPED)
INFRARED BURNER ORIFICE SIZE CHECKING/CONVERSION (IF EQUIPPED)
BARBECUE SAFETY INFORMATION & MAINTENANCE
DRIP COLLECTION SYSTEM
SETTING THE TIMER
LIGHTING (IGNITION) INSTRUCTIONS
MANUAL LIGHTING
SHUTTING OFF THE GRILL
RIGID SHELF INSTALLATION
ROTISSERIE INSTRUCTIONS (IF EQUIPPED)
OPTIONAL INFRARED BURNER OPERATION
ACCESSORIES
CARE & CLEANING
REPLACING THE IGNITOR BATTERY
TROUBLESHOOTING
DISTINCTIVE LIVING LIMITED WARRANTY
PRODUCT DATA TABLE
Table 1
Side to side–shelf extended (in.)
Front handle to back hanger (in.)
Base bottom to top of open lid (in.)
Main burner BTU
N/P orifice drill size
Backburner BTU
N/P orifice drill size
Infrared searing burner BTU
N/P orifice drill size
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Value
50"
24.5"
59"
16,000
#46/#1.20
10,000
#54/#65
16,000
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AVERTISSEMENTS
Avertissements généraux :
• Ce barbecue est pour ultilisation à l’extérieur seulement. Si l’appareil est entreposé à l’intérieur,
enlever les bouteilles et les laisser à l’extérieur.
• Ne pas ranger le gril immédiatement aprés l’avoir utilisé. le laisser refroidir avant de le déplacer
ou de la ranger. Le non respect de cette mesure de sécurité pourrait entraîner un incendie
causant des dommages à la propriété, des blessures ou la mort.
• Ne pas utiliser cet appareil sous une surface combustible.
• Ne pas utiliser cet appareil sous un auvent. Le non respect de cette mesure de sécurité pourrait
entraîner un incendie ou des blessures.
• Dégagement minimal entre les parois latérales et l’arriére de l’appareil et la construction
combustible (45.7 cm à partir des parois latérales et 45.7cm à partir de l’arriére).
• Le régulareur de pression de gaz prévu avec cet appareil de cuisson à gaz pour l’extérieur
doit être utilisé. Ce régulateur est réglé pour une pression de sortie de 5 pouces de colonne
de l’eau pour le gaz naturel, et 10 pouces pour le propane.
• LE RÉGULATEUR INCLUS D’APPAREILS EST ÉVALUÉ POUR LE MAXIMUM DE 1/2 (LIVRES
PAR POUCE CARRÉ). SI VOTRE OFFRE DE GAZ EST 1/2 PLUS GRAND QUE (LIVRES
PAR POUCE CARRÉ), UN RÉGULATEUR ADDITIONNEL DOIT ÊTRE INSTALLÉ AVANT LE
BARBECUE. VOIR LA SECTION DE CONDITIONS D’OFFRE DE GAZ POUR LA PRESSION
APPROPRIÉE D’OFFRE DE GAZ.
• Ne couvrez jamais la surface entière de cuisine ou de gril de gauffreuses ou de casseroles.
La surchauffe se produira et les brûleurs ne seront pas très performants quand la chaleur de
combustion est emprisonnée au-dessous de la surface à cuire.
• Ne pulvérisez jamais l’eau sur une unité chaude de gaz, comme ceci peut endommager des
composants de porcelaine ou de fer de fonte.
Avertissements de propane :
• Une fuite de GPL peut causer une incendie ou une explosion si enflammée entraînant des
blessures corporelles graves ou la mort.
• Communiquez avec le fournisseur de GPL pour les réparations ou pour disposer de qules
bouteille ou du GPL non utilisé.
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PARTS LIST
IMPORTANT
1
Your AOG barbecue,
oven and backburner (if
equipped) are fully preassembled and tested at
the factory.
DO NOT attempt to
remove the oven and
backburner from the
barbecue prior to or
during installation.
Damage to the
connecting gas line and
ignitor wiring may occur.
2
4
The plastic straps that
secure the oven to the
barbecue unit should be
removed and discarded
prior to lighting.
3
Replacement parts can be ordered
from your local American Outdoor
Grill dealer.
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PARTS LIST (Cont.)
Item
Description
Part No.
Qty.
1.
Stainless cooking grid (set of 2)
24-B-11
1
2.
Flavor grid
24-B-05
2
3.
Main burner
24-B-06
2
4.
Infrared burner (optional)
IRB-18
1
5.
Backburner*
24-B-17
1
6.
Thermometer
24-B-10
1
7.
Oven lid
24-B-25
1
8.
Shelf
24-C-01
2
9.
Warming rack*
24-B-02
1
10.
Drip tray with match holder
3083
1
11.
Face assembly
24-B-26
1
12.
Electronic ignitor
3199-34
1
13.
Burner manifold
24-B-08
1
14.
Heat shield
24-B-15
1
15.
Main burner electrode
24-B-04
2
16.
Barbecue knob
3015
2
17.
Backburner knob*
3016
1
18.
Rear access plate
24-C-21
1
19.
Post base
24-C-18
1
20.
Lag screw and shield (set of 4)
24-C-20
1
* If equipped
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PARTS LIST (Cont.)
ROTISSERIE KIT (if equipped)
2
1
3
Item Description
Part No.
Qty.
1.
Stainless steel motor
24-B-07
1
2.
Spit prongs (set of 2)
Spit rod 5/8" hex
24-B-18
1
3.
24-B-13
1
4.
Handle knob
24-B-09
1
4
DURING UNPACKING
Important:
Tension bolt may have loosened during shipping, use adjustable nut
to tighten, if necessary, before moving the barbecue.
Adjustable
Nut
Tension
Bolt
Fig. 7-1
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PLANNING THE LOCATION OF THE POST BARBECUE
This barbecue is designed FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY.
DO NOT use this unit under overhead combustible construction. DO NOT use this appliance inside a building, garage, or
any unprotected, enclosed area (see EXHAUST REMOVAL). It must not be used in or on recreational vehicles or boats.
Important:
This unit is NOT insulated and therefore during use it must be located with a minimum of 18" of side and back
clearance from unprotected combustible materials such as wood, plastic, or stucco with wood framing.
cooking by-products from the covered area. This
barbecue shall not be used under unprotected
overhead combustible construction. THIS UNIT
SHOULD NOT BE LOCATED IN A FULLY
ENCLOSED AREA OF ANY KIND.
ENSURING PROPER COMBUSTION AIR AND
COOLING AIR FLOW
You must maintain proper air flow for the barbecue
to perform as it was designed (Fig. 8-1). If airflow
is blocked, overheating
CAUTION:
and poor combustion
will result. Do not block
the 1" front air inlet along
the bottom of the face or
more than 75% of the
cooking grid surface with
objects such as pans or
Fig. 8-1
CAUTION:
griddles.
Ventilation Diagram
Note: The 1" front air space allows access to the
drip tray.
Wind blowing into or across the rear
oven lid vent (Fig. 8-2) can cause
poor performance and/or dangerous
overheating. Orient the grill so that
the prevailing wind blows toward the
front of the grill (Fig. 8-3).
To prevent dangerous overheating,
the rear of the unit must have a
minimum clearance of 4” from any
backsplash/wall.
ELECTRICAL OUTLETS
All electrical outlets in the vicinity of the barbecue
must be properly grounded.
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INCORRECT
Note: Keep electrical supply cords away from all
heated surfaces.
Rearr o
Rea
oven
ven lid
lid vent
vent
EXHAUST REMOVAL
If installed or used under a patio roof, the cooking
grid area must be fully covered by a chimney and
exhaust hood. An exhaust fan with a rating of
1,000 CFM (cubic feet per minute) or more may be
necessary to efficiently remove smoke and other
YOU MUST PROTECT REAR OVEN
VENT FROM PREVAILING WIND
Fig. 8-2
PLACE GRILL SO PREVAILING WIND
BLOWS TOWARD FRONT OF GRILL
Fig. 8-3
INSTALLATION
Important: If you have a household propane
supply, convert the regulator to
use propane gas by following the
instructions in the section entitled
CHECKING AND CONVERTING
THE REGULATOR.
GAS SUPPLY PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
For natural gas or a household propane system, rigid
1/2", or 3/4" black steel pipe, or local code approved
pipe, is required to conduct the gas supply to the
unit. An outdoor approved flexible connector can
be used to connect your household gas supply to
the barbecue. DO NOT use a rubber hose within
the enclosure for the barbecue unit. Apply only
joint compounds that are resistant to all gasses on
all male pipe fittings. Make sure to tighten every
joint securely.
Test all gas connections under pressure with a
half-and-half soap and water solution. If the bubbles
appear, there is a leak. Turn off the gas and tighten
the connections. Then turn on the gas and repeat
the leak test. Repeat until no leaks are detected.
Never use an open flame to test for leaks.
Note: If 1/2” pipe is used with natural gas, it
should be no longer than 20’.
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INSTALLATION (Cont.)
Back of timer valve
Important: An external valve (with a removable
key) in the gas line is necessary for
safety when the barbecue is not in
use. It also provides for convenient
maintenance.
Location of
regulator if
equipped
(for natural gas
only)
CONNECTING TO THE GAS SUPPLY
This post barbecue is capable of connecting to the
gas supply in a few different ways. The connection
can be made inside the post, under the post base,
or out the back of the post.
The gas must be hooked up so that it passes through
the timer (and regulator, if equipped) located in the
post. To access the timer, unscrew and remove the
access plate in the back of the post using a No. 3
Phillips-head screwdriver. Retain the screws.
Grommet
attached with
tie
Adjustable
Nut
Tension
Bolt
To connect through the post, remove the knockout disk at the bottom of the access plate with
a large standard screwdriver by inserting the
screwdriver into the notch provided in the center
of the knock-out. Remove the plastic grommet
fastened to the inside of the post and insert it into
the newly created opening prior to passing the gas
connection through the opening.
Flex connector
through hole in
base
Fig. 9-2
Post (access panel removed)
Access plate
To connect through the post base, run the gas
connection through the hole provided in the center
of the post base.
When finished, replace access plate and tighten
the four screws provided.
Grommet (installed)
GAS SUPPLY AND MANIFOLD PRESSURES
For natural gas - Normal 7" water column (w.c.),
minimum 5" w.c., maximum 10 1/2" w.c.
For propane gas - Normal 11" w.c., minimum 8" w.c.,
maximum 13" w.c.
Knock-out
Fig. 9-3
SECURING THE POST BARBECUE
Important: BEFORE USE, the patio mount base
must be securely fastened to a stable,
level surface to ensure the grill remains
fixed and upright at all times.
Locate the patio mount base in the planned grill
location and mark the 4 holes. Drill the marked
holes to a 1/2" diameter x 1 1/2" depth. Insert the
lag shields (see PARTS LIST) into the holes, being
sure that they are flush with the ground.
Align the holes on the patio mount base over the lag
shields in the ground. Secure the base with the lag
screws (see PARTS LIST) using a 7/16" nut driver.
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Fig. 9-4
UTILISATION SÛRE ET ENTRETIEN DES CYLINDRES DE GAZ DE PROPANE
IMPORTANT POUR VOTRE SÛRETÉ
LISEZ ET SUIVEZ TOUS LES AVERTISSEMENTS ÉQUIPÉS DE VOTRE CYLINDRE DE GAZ DE PROPANE.
En actionnant cet appareil avec un cylindre de gaz de propane ON DOIT observer ces instructions et avertissements.
LE MANQUE DE FAIRE AINSI PEUT AVOIR COMME CONSÉQUENCE UNE INCENDIE OU UNE EXPLOSION SÉRIEUSE.
main dans le sens des aiguilles d’une montre pour engager les
CYLINDRE ET CONDITIONS ET
fils et pour serrer jusqu’à ce que douillettement. L’utilisation des
CARACTÉRISTIQUES DE CONNECTEUR
pinces ou de la clé ne devrait pas être nécessaire. Seulement
a. Des cylindres et les valves de gaz de propane doivent être
le propane marqué par cylindres doit être employé.
maintenus en bon état et doivent être remplacés s’il y a
Pour débrancher: Tournez l’écrou de main dans le sens
des dommages évidents au cylindre ou à la valve.
b. Ce gril, une fois utilisé avec un cylindre, devrait être relié à contraire des aiguilles d’une montre jusqu’à isolé (fig. 10-1).
c.
d.
e.
e.
f.
g.
un gallon de la norme 5 (20lb.) cylindre de gaz de propane
équipé d’un OPD (remplissez au-dessus du niveau le
dispositif d’empêchement). L’OPD a été exigé sur tous les
cylindres vendus depuis octobre 1.1998 pour empêcher le
remplissage excessif.
Les dimensions de cylindre devraient être approximativement
12"(30.5cm) de diamètre et 18" (45.7cm) hauts. Des
cylindres doivent être construits et marqués selon les
caractéristiques pour des cylindres de gaz de propane du
département des ETATS-UNIS du transport (D.O.T.) ou
le niveau national du Canada, du CAN/CSA-B339, des
cylindres, des sphères et des tubes pour le transport des
marchandises dangereuses.
Le cylindre doit inclure un collier pour protéger la valve
de cylindre et le circuit d’alimentation de cylindre doit être
assuré le retrait de vapeur.
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indiqués par le fabricant pour le raccordement avec un
dispositif se reliant de cylindre identifié comme type I par la
norme ANSI Z 21.58-2007/CGA 1.6-2007 avec la norme ANSI
Z 21.58a -1998 d’addenda et CGA 1.6a - M98.
La valve de cylindre de gaz de propane doit être équipée
d’un dispositif d’accouplement de raccordement de
cylindre, décrit comme type I dans la norme définie dans le
e. de paragraphe ci-dessus. Ce dispositif est généralement
décrit comme coupleur rapide de fil de point culminant.
Si votre cylindre de gaz de propane vient avec une prise
de la poussière, placez le bouchon anti-poussière sur la
sortie de valve de cylindre toutes les fois que le cylindre
n’est pas en service.
Important:
Avant d’employer le gril, et ensuite chaque
fois que le cylindre est enlevé et rattaché,
examinez tous les raccordements pour déceler
les fuites. Arrêtez les valves de gril et ouvrez
la valve principale de cylindre, puis vérifiez
les raccordements avec de l’eau savonneux.
Réparez toutes les fuites avant d’allumer le gril.
ATTENTION: Tournez toujours la valve principale de cylindre
de propane au loin après chaque utilisation,
et avant de déplacer le gril et le cylindre, ou
débrancher l’accouplement. Cette valve doit
rester fermée et le cylindre a débranché alors
que l’appareil n’est pas en service, quoique
l’écoulement de gaz soit arrêté par un dispositif
de sûreté quand le coupleur est débranché.
Inspectez soigneusement l’ensemble de tuyau chaque fois
avant que le gaz soit allumé. Un tuyau criqué ou frangé devrait
être remplacé immédiatement.
Si l'appareil est stocké à l'intérieur, le cylindre doit être disconnected
et a enlevé. Des cylindres Disconnected doivent être stockés
dehors, hors de la portée des enfants, avec les prises de valve
filetées étroitement installées, et ne doivent pas être stockés dans
un bâtiment, le garage, ou n'importe quel autre secteur inclus.
POUR VOTRE SÛRETÉ
OPÉRATION DE COUPLEUR RAPIDE
a. Ne stockez pas un cylindre de gaz disponible de propane
dessous ou ne vous approchez pas de cet appareil.
b. Ne remplissez jamais cylindre au delà de 80 pour cent de
plein.
c. SI L’INFORMATION DANS “A” ET “B” N’EST PAS SUIVIE
EXACTEMENT, UN FEU CAUSANT LA MORT OU DES
DOMMAGES SÉRIEUX PEUT SE PRODUIRE.
Fig. 10-1 type coupleur rapide de fil de point culminant d’I
Volant de commande
QCC
Type 1
4
1
Ajustage de précision
3
en laiton de fil de
point culminant
Régulateur
Valve
Pour relier le regulator/hose à l’ajustage de précision de
valve de cylindre de gaz de propane: Serrez l’écrou de main
sur le régulateur au-dessus de l’ajustage de précision de fil
de point culminant sur la valve de cylindre. Tournez l’écrou de
10
Valve
de
décompression
UL
2
Indicateur
de niveau
de liquide
(facultatif)
Écrou de main avec le
fil de point culminant.
Passage
Tuyau
SAFE USE & MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE GAS BOTTLES
IMPORTANT FOR YOUR SAFETY
READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS PROVIDED WITH THE PROPANE-GAS CYLINDER.
When operating this appliance with a propane-gas cylinder, these instructions and warnings MUST be observed.
FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN A SERIOUS FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
CYLINDER/CONNECTOR REQUIREMENTS
a. Propane-gas cylinders, valves, and hoses must be
maintained in good condition and must be replaced if
there is visible damage to either the cylinder or valve. If the
hose is cut or shows excessive abrasion or wear, it must
be replaced before using the gas appliance (see e.).
The use of pliers or a wrench should not be necessary. Only
cylinders marked “propane” may be used.
To disconnect: Turn the hand nut counterclockwise until
detached (Fig. 11-1).
Important:
Before using the unit, and after each time the
cylinder is removed and reattached, check
the hose for wear (see a.) and check all
connections for leaks. Turn off the unit valves
and open the main cylinder valve, then check
connections with soapy water. Repair any
leaks before lighting the unit.
CAUTION:
Always turn the propane cylinder main valve
off after each use, and before moving the unit
and cylinder or disconnecting the coupling.
This valve must remain closed and the
cylinder disconnected while the appliance
is not in use, even though the gas flow is
stopped by a safety feature when the coupler
is disconnected.
b. This unit, when used with a cylinder, should be connected
to a standard 5-gallon (20 lb.) propane-gas cylinder
equipped with an OPD (Overfill Prevention Device).
The OPD has been required on all cylinders sold since
October 1,1998, to prevent overfilling.
c. Cylinder dimensions should be approximately 12" (30.5
cm) in diameter and 18" (45.7 cm) high. Cylinders must
be constructed and marked in accordance with the
Specifications for Propane Gas Cylinders of the U.S.
Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) or the National
Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders,
Spheres, and Tubes for Transportation of Dangerous
Goods.
d. The cylinder used must include a collar to protect the
cylinder valve, and the cylinder supply system must be
arranged for vapor withdrawal.
e. The pressure regulator and hose assembly used
must
(Fig. 11-1)
match
the
specifi
cation
for
Type
I
by
ANSI
Z
21.58-2005/
supplied with this outdoor-cooking gas appliance must
CGA
1.6-2005
(see
Fig.replacement
11-1).
be
used.
Original
and
pressure regulator
and hose assemblies must be those specified by the
manufacturer for connection with a cylinder connecting
device identified as Type I by the ANSI Z 21.58-2005/CGA
1.6-2005 (see PARTS LIST for ordering information).
f.
Carefully inspect the hose assembly each time before the
gas is turned on. A cracked or frayed hose should be replaced
immediately.
If the appliance is stored indoors, the cylinder must be
disconnected and removed. Disconnected cylinders must be
stored outdoors, out of the reach of children, with threaded
valve plugs tightly installed, and must not be stored in a
building, garage, or any other enclosed area.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
The propane-gas cylinder valve must be equipped with a
cylinder connection coupling device, described as Type
I in the standard defined in paragraph e. above. This
device is commonly described as an Acme thread quick
coupler.
g. If the propane-gas cylinder comes with a dust plug, place
the dust cap on the cylinder valve outlet whenever the
cylinder is not in use.
QUICK COUPLER OPERATION
To connect the regulator/hose assembly to the propanegas cylinder valve fitting: Press the hand nut on the regulator
over the Acme thread fitting on the cylinder valve. Turn the hand
nut clockwise to engage the threads and tighten until snug.
11
a. DO NOT store a spare propane-gas cylinder under or
near this appliance.
b. NEVER fill the cylinder beyond 80-percent full.
c. IF THE INFORMATION IN a. AND b. IS NOT FOLLOWED
EXACTLY, A FIRE CAUSING DEATH OR SERIOUS
INJURY MAY OCCUR.
Fig. 11-1 Type I Acme thread quick coupler
QCC
Type 1
valve
Pressure
relief
valve
Hand wheel
Brass Acme
thread fitting
Regulator
UL
Liquid level
indicator
(optional)
Hand nut with Acme
thread
Vent
Hose
CHECKING AND CONVERTING GAS TYPE
This unit comes from the factory configured for
WARNING
one type of gas, as marked on the label behind the HAZARDOUS OVERHEATING WILL OCCUR
control panel.
IF A NATURAL-GAS ORIFICE IS USED WITH
PROPANE GAS. IF YOU ARE NOT SURE IF THE
Converting this unit to burn a different type of CORRECT ORIFICES ARE INSTALLED, OR IF AN
gas requires a conversion kit from the factory. ORIFICE CHANGE IS NECESSARY, REFER TO
The professional installer who converts this
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS.
unit to burn a different gas must perform the
CAUTION: Make sure the unit is at a safe
following functions:
temperature and isolated from gas and
1. Change brass gas orifices (included at original
electrical supplies before beginning
shipping) on each burner to match the new gas type
the tasks outlined below.
(see PRODUCT DATA TABLE, Table 1).
Note: The cooler the unit, the greater the tolerances
2. Switch the convertible gas regulator (included
between the stainless-steel parts, and
at original shipping, located behind the control
therefore the easier to disassemble and
panel) to match the new gas type (see below).
reassemble parts of the unit.
3. Plumb the unit to the new gas supply.
CAUTION: For your safety, exercise caution and
4. Apply a new label behind the control panel,
use adequate hand protection (such
indicating the new gas the unit will burn (included
as gloves) when handling potentially
with conversion kit).
sharp sheet-metal parts.
CHECKING AND CONVERTING THE REGULATOR
Regulator: note the cap
on top
Note: Each end of the plastic converter is engraved with either the letters “NAT”
or “L.P.” (propane) for the respective gasses. When the converter is in the
cap and the cap is held uppermost, the letters seen indicate the gas that
the regulator is set up for.
To convert the regulator from one gas to another, follow steps 1-4.
STEP 1:
Unscrew and remove the cap from the
regulator, extracting the converter.
Read gas
type here
STEP 2:
Remove the converter (the
plastic stalk) by carefully
pulling it away from the center
of the cap (it will snap out of
its seating).
STEP 3:
Turn the converter around and
replace it carefully, into the
center of the cap (it will snap
into place). Check that you can
read the type of gas the unit is
set for.
STEP 4:
Replace the unit into the
regulator and screw down
until snug.
WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE REGULATOR IS RATED FOR 1/2 PSI MAXIMUM. IF YOUR GAS SUPPLY IS
GREATER THAN 1/2 PSI, AN ADDITIONAL REGULATOR MUST BE INSTALLED TO REDUCE
THE INPUT PRESSURE TO THE UNIT to 1/2 PSI OR LESS. SEE GAS-SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS
SECTION FOR PROPER GAS-SUPPLY PRESSURE.
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CHECKING/CONVERTING THE BURNER ORIFICES
MAIN BURNER ORIFICE SIZE CHECKING/
CONVERSION
Before beginning, make sure you have the proper
tools for the task.
This task requires:
• a #2 Phillips-head screwdriver
• a deep 3/8" nut driver with a spacer (#6 nut)
Note: It may be necessary to remove the rotisserie
rod before beginning this procedure.
1. Remove cooking grids & flavor grids from the
barbecue.
2. Turn the burner valves to the OFF position.
Pull the valve knobs from their stems and
set them aside. Using a Phillips screwdriver,
unscrew the face fastener screws, (located
on the sides of the face) and remove the face
from the barbecue. Retain the screws and finish
washers for reattaching the face.
Burner
support
Removing/inserting main burner.
Burner
support
Hole with
orifice
Burner
Clip
Fig. 13-1
Note: Carefully, lift the face away from the frame.
The spark generator for the ignition system
is attached to the inside of the face panel.
The spark generator knob need not be
detached, but the wires must be unplugged
from the generator before the face is
completely removed (see Fig. 13-2).
3. Slightly pinch and remove the burner clip
(located over the rear center of the burner) from
the burner support and set aside. Then carefully
lift the burner from the burner support and out
from the hole in the forward fire wall (see Fig.
13-1).
Valve
4. Using a 3/8" socket, remove the orifice from
the valve. Access this through the hole in the
forward firebox plate (see PARTS LIST and
Fig. 13-1). Check the number stamped on the
face of the orifice (see Table 1). Repeat for
each burner as necessary.
5. If the barbecue does not have the proper
orifices installed for the gas supply you
intend to use, replace them with the correct
orifices. Some orifices were supplied with the
barbecue. They may also be obtained from the
conversion kit or supplied by your local dealer.
Note: A regulator hose will need to be connected
for conversion to propane gas.
6. After checking the
orifice drill size
or replacing the
orifice, replace
the burner over
the orifice fitting,
Fig. 13-2
sliding it forward,
Spark generator
from behind the
forward fire wall, so the orifice is centered
inside the burner gas inlet, and set it gently
onto the burner support. The studs on the
bottom back of the burner must each fit
through their respective holes in the burner
support. This is critical to the safe function of
the barbecue. Finally, re-install the burner clip
(from step 3) around the burner and into the
corresponding holes in the burner support (see
Fig. 13-1).
MAIN BURNER AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
INSTALL THE FLAVOR GRIDS
Place the flavor grids directly on the support bracket
above the burners. The panels allow heat from the
burners to be evenly distributed throughout the
cooking area. The panels are stainless steel and
will heat and cool quickly, making your barbecue
Burner
Orifice
Fig. 13-3 - Burner orifice diagram
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CHECKING/CONVERTING THE BURNER ORIFICES (Cont.)
very responsive to the changes you specify in
grill temperature. They are rust resistant and may
be cleaned with standard oven cleaners. Some
discoloring will be seen with use. This is normal for
stainless steel and does not affect the function.
ADJUSTING YOUR BARBECUE
Important: This appliance may not light or heat
evenly or cook properly unless the
air shutters are adjusted following
installation (see AIR SHUTTER
ADJUSTMENT section).
Burner air shutters are easily accessed by removing
the front face panel. The air shutters are located on
the front portion of each burner and have a locking
screw that prevents
the air shutter
from inadver tent
movement (see Fig.
Air shutter
14-1).
To close or open the
air shutters, simply
Locking
loosen the locking
screw
screw, using a long
Fig. 14-1
stemmed Phillips
screwdriver, and turn the air shutter to open or
close it. Tighten the screws down when the desired
setting is achieved.
AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
Light the burner to be adjusted in accordance with
the LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS and burn for 2
minutes with the burner control knob set to HIGH
and the oven open. After burning for 2 minutes,
open the air shutter until the flames lift off, or appear
not to be touching the burner. Then begin closing
Flame off ports
the air shutter until the flames appear to burn while
touching the burner ports (Fig. 14-2). If flames are
a lazy yellow, open the air shutters until the flame
is mostly blue.
Note: Barbecues in some installations achieve a
better air/gas mixture and will ignite more
quickly if the valve is first turned beyond
HIGH to MEDIUM or LOW for lighting.
BACKBURNER ORIFICE SIZE CHECKING/
CONVERSION (IF EQUIPPED)
Before beginning, make sure you have the proper
tools for the task.
This task requires:
• a 1/4" nutdriver
• a 3/8" wrench or socket screwdriver
Note: It may be necessary to remove the
rotisserie rod before beginning this
procedure.
1. Remove the backburner assembly as follows:
a. Remove the backburner electrode mounting
screw (1/4" hex) (see Fig. 14-3) and loosen
the electrode. Draw the wire attached to
the electrode down through the slot in the
bottom of the bracket so that the left side of
the backburner is free to be removed.
b. Remove the backburner mounting screws
(1/4" hex) located at the left end of the
backburner assembly (see Fig. 14-3).
Mounting screws
Flame on ports
Ignitor
screw
Electrode
Fig. 14-3
Fig. 14-2 - Flame appearance diagram
Remove electrode and backburner mounting screws.
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CHECKING/CONVERTING THE BURNER ORIFICES (Cont.)
c. Carefully pull the left end of the backburner
forward until the burner can be moved to the
left pulling it free from the orifice located on
the right side (see Fig. 15-1).
d. Using a 3/8" socket, remove the orifice from the
orifice holder and check the number stamped
on the face.
2. If an orifice change is necessary, replace the
orifice with the correctly sized one.
3. Replace the backburner assembly and the
electrode by reversing the procedure in steps
a. through c..
Fig. 15-1
Spark generator
3. Disconnect the ignitor wire from the bottom of
the electrode assembly on the infrared burner
(see Fig. 15-2).
Orifice
Backburner
Fig. 15-2
Spark generator
Fig. 15-1
The backburner orifice can be seen on the
right side after removing the backburner.
INFRARED BURNER ORIFICE SIZE
CHECKING/CONVERSION (IF EQUIPPED)
4. Carefully lift the infrared burner from the burner
support and out from the hole in the forward
fire wall (see Fig. 15-3).
Removing / inserting infrared burner.
Before beginning, make sure you have the proper
tools for the task.
This task requires:
• a #2 Phillips-head screwdriver
• a deep 3/8" nut driver with a spacer (#6 nut)
Note: It may be necessary to remove the
rotisserie rod before beginning this
procedure.
Hole with
orifice
1. Remove cooking grids & flavor grids from the
barbecue.
2. Turn the burner valves to the OFF position.
Pull the valve knobs from their stems and
set them aside. Using a Phillips screwdriver,
unscrew the face fastener screws, (located
on the sides of the face) and remove the face
from the barbecue. Retain the screws and finish
washers for reattaching the face.
Note: Carefully, lift the face away from the frame.
The spark generator for the ignition system
is attached to the inside of the face panel.
The spark generator knob need not be
detached, but the wires must be unplugged
from the generator before the face is
completely removed (see Fig. 15-1).
Wire disconnected
Burner
support
Fig. 15-3
5. Using a 3/8" socket, remove the orifice from
the valve. Access this through the hole in the
forward firebox plate (see PARTS LIST and
Fig. 15-3). Check the number stamped on the
face of the orifice (see Table 1).
6. If the barbecue does not have the proper
orifices installed for the gas supply you
intend to use, replace them with the correct
orifices. Some orifices were supplied with the
barbecue. They may also be obtained from the
conversion kit or supplied by your local dealer.
Note: A regulator hose will need to be connected
for conversion to propane gas.
15
CHECKING/CONVERTING THE BURNER ORIFICES (Cont.)
7. After checking the orifice drill size or replacing
the orifice, replace the infrared burner over the
orifice fitting, sliding it forward, from behind the
forward fire wall, so the orifice is centered inside
the burner gas inlet, and set it gently onto the
burner support. The tabs on the bottom back of
the burner must each fit through their respective
slots in the burner support. This is critical to the
safe function of the barbecue.
8. Reconnect the ignitor wire to the bottom of the
electrode assembly on the infrared burner.
16
BARBECUE SAFETY INFORMATION & MAINTENANCE
Each time you use the barbecue, make sure that:
DRIP COLLECTION SYSTEM
1. The area around the barbecue is clear of flammable
vapors, liquids, and substances such as gasoline,
yard debris, wood, etc.
2. There is no blockage of the airflow through the vent
space located below the face of the unit.
3. When using propane gas:
a. The special ventilation openings in the enclosure
should be kept free and clear of debris
(see PLANNING THE LOCATION OF THE
BARBECUE).
b. If connected to a propane cylinder, the rubber
hose attached to the regulator should be carefully
inspected before each use.
c. The propane cylinder, regulator, and rubber hose should
be installed in a location not subject to heating above
125° F (51° C).
The drip collector in this barbecue is part of the unit’s
main frame and is located below the burners. The drip
collector has slots that will allow excess drippings to
fall through during cooking, while separating the firebox
from the drip tray. Clean the drip tray after each use.
The drip collector allows you to brush or scrape residue
from the barbecue’s inner liner into the drip tray.
Following the manufacturers instructions and regular
cleaning of the barbecue’s interior with oven cleaner,
will help to prevent grease fires.
Periodically check the burners to make sure they are
clear of debris. Properly adjusted burner flames burn
evenly along both sides of each burner with a steady
flame (mostly blue). If burner flames are not normal,
check the orifice and burner for insects or insect nests.
(See section on CHECKING/CONVERTING THE
BURNER ORIFICES for instructions on burner removal
and replacement.)
4. The burner flames burn evenly along both sides
of each burner with a steady flame, which is
mostly blue. (Refer to section on AIR SHUTTER Check the burner ports at least annually for blockage by
ADJUSTMENT.) A proper flame pattern will ensure removing the burner (see orifice changing instructions)
safe operation and optimal performance. Adjust and visually inspect the gas intake tube for insects
the air shutter as needed. If burner flames are not and nests. A clogged tube can lead to a fire beneath
normal, check the orifice and burner for insects or the grill.
insect nests.
SETTING THE TIMER
Read Here
5. The inline gas valve or gas cylinder valve is always B e f o r e f o l l o w i n g t h e
shut OFF when the barbecue is not in use.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
6. The drip collector hole is clear and unobstructed. section, set the timer located
Excessive grease deposits can result in a grease on the front of the post base
to the desired number of
fire.
cooking hours (up to three
7. The barbecue is free and clear from combustible hours) by rotating the timer
materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors knob clockwise. The timer Timer knob in OFF position
will slowly turn counterclockwise until it reaches the OFF
and liquids.
position and then shut off the gas supply to the barbecue.
8. The infrared burner cover (if equipped) must be To extend cooking time, turn the knob clockwise until it is
removed before using the burner.
set to the desired remaining cooking time.
WARNING
KEEP THE TIMER KNOB FREE AND CLEAR
OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS AT ALL TIMES.
WARNING
NEVER cover the entire cooking or grill surface with griddles or pans. Overheating will occur and
burners will not perform properly when combustion heat is trapped below the cooking surface.
CAUTION: NEVER spray water on a hot gas unit.
17
ALLUMER DES INSTRUCTIONS (D’ALLUMAGE)
Lisez les instructions entières avant que s’allumant et suivez ces instructions chaque fois vous lumière le barbecue.
ÉCLAIRAGE ÉLECTRONIQUE
POUR LE PROPANE SEULEMENT
OFF
OONN
RNRN
TUTU
TOT O
1. Ouvrez tous les couvercles et enlevez toutes les couvertures Les réservoirs de propane sont équipés d’un dispositif d’arrêt de
sûreté qui peut ne pas causer le bas ou aucun gaz pressure/flame
des brûleurs que vous souhaitez vous allumer.
aux brûleurs si le fonctionnement et allumer des instructions ne
2. Arrêtez tous les boutons de commande de gaz à leurs sont pas suivis exactement. (voir la note importante dans la
positions.
section de dépannage pour plus de détails.)
Note:
Au
c
u
n
e
Read
setting
Read setting
here
ÉCLAIRAGE MANUEL
here
matière que la
F
F
F
méthoded’éclairage
OF
ATTENTION: Attendez toujours 5 minutes le gaz à
NO
RN
UR
vous emploient,
U
T
T
l’espace libre après que n’importe quelle
O
TOT
n’allument pas
tentative non réussie d’éclairage.
le gaz à plus
High to
HIGH to
light
LIGHT
1. Suivez les étapes 1 à 4 (à gauche).
d’un brûleur à la
fois. Les brûleurs
2. Insérez un allumeur brûlant de butane de long-baril,
adjacents de
une allumette brûlante de long-tige, ou une allumette
barbecue croixbrûlante tenue par un support de prolongation de fil
Fig. 18-1 - Valve control knob
mettront à feu.
(Fig.18-2) par les grilles à cuire au brûleur. (Fig.18HI
LIGHT
LOW
3). Pour des backburners, tenez la flamme contre le
matériel perforé du backburner. Pour des sideburners,
tenez la flamme contre le brûleur.
3. Allumez le gaz à sa source.
4. Placez le bouton de commande de temporisateur (voir
la page précédente) au temps de cuisson désiré.
ATTENTION: Si les brûleurs ne s’allument pas dans
5 secondes, enfoncez le bouton de
commande et tournez le bouton à AU
LOIN. ATTENDEZ 5 MINUTES avant
de répéter l’étape 5. Si vous sentez
le gaz suivez les instructions sur la
couverture de ce manuel. Si les brûleurs
ne s’allument toujours pas après que
plusieurs tentatives, se rapportent à la
section LÉGÈRE MANUELLE.
Fig. 18-2 - Match holder
3. Tout en tenant l’allumette ou la flamme plus légère à
côté du brûleur, enfoncez le bouton de commande
approprié de brûleur et tournez-le dans le sens
contraire des aiguilles d’une montre dans la position
LÉGÈRE de HI. Quand les lumières de brûleur,
enlèvent l’allumeur ou s’assortissent.
4. Si le brûleur ne s’allume pas, enfoncez immédiatement
le bouton et tournez le bouton de commande de
brûleur à AU LOIN. ATTENDEZ 5 MINUTES avant de
répéter les étapes 2 à 4 d’ÉCLAIRAGE MANUEL.
5. Enfoncez le bouton de commande pour que le brûleur
soit allumé et tournez-le dans la position LÉGÈRE de
HI, puis appuyez sur le bouton d’allumage. Une fois
que le brûleur s’allume, libérez le bouton d’allumage.
6. Répétez l’étape 5 pour que chaque brûleur additionnel
soit s’est allumé.
Note: Les barbecues dans quelques installations
réalisent un meilleur mélange d’air/gas et
mettront à feu plus rapidement si le bouton
de commande de
brûleur est d’abord
tourné au delà de
la LUMIÈRE de
HI au BAS pour
l’éclairage.
COUPER LE GRIL
Pour couper le gril, enfoncez chaque bouton de commande
de valve et tournez-le dans le sens des aiguilles d’une
montre à la position de repos.
Fermez toujours la valve à l’offre de gaz après chaque
utilisation du barbecue.
Fig. 18-3 - Éclairage manuel
RAPPELEZ-VOUS:
POUR L’ÉCLAIRAGE MANUEL SÛR,
PLACEZ Un ALLUMEUR BRÛLANT D’ALLUMETTE OU De
BUTANE PRÈS Du BRÛLEUR - ALLUMEZ ALORS Le GAZ
(Fig. 18-3).
18
LIGHTING (IGNITION) INSTRUCTIONS
Read entire instructions before lighting and follow these instructions each time you light the barbecue.
ELECTRONIC LIGHTING
FOR PROPANE ONLY
OFF
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TUTU
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1. Open all lids and remove all covers from the burners Propane tanks are equipped with a safety shut-down
you wish to light.
device that may cause low or no gas pressure/flame
at the burners if operating and lighting instructions
2. Turn all gas control knobs to their OFF positions.
are not followed exactly. (See important note in the
TROUBLESHOOTING section for more details.)
Read
setting
Read setting
Note: No matter
here
here
F
which lighting
FFF
OO
MANUAL LIGHTING
N
N
R
method you use,
UTUR
T
TO
DO NOT turn on
TO
CAUTION: Always wait 5 minutes for gas to clear
the gas to more
HIGH
Highto to
after any unsuccessful lighting attempt.
LIGHT
light
than one burner
1. Follow steps 1 through 4 (left).
at a time. Adjacent
2. Insert either a burning long-barrel butane lighter, a
barbecue burners
burning long-stem match, or a burning match held
will cross-ignite.
Fig. 19-1 - Valve control knob
by a wire extension holder (Fig. 19-2) through
the cooking grids to the burner. (Fig. 19-3).
3. Turn on the gas at its source.
For backburners, hold the flame against the
p e r fo r a t e d m a t e r i a l o f t h e b a c k b u r n e r.
4. Set the timer control knob (see previous page) to
For sideburners, hold the flame against the
the desired cooking time.
burner.
CAUTION: If the burners do not light within 5
seconds, depress the control knob and
turn the knob to OFF. WAIT 5 MINUTES
Fig. 19-2 - Match holder
before repeating step 5. If you smell gas
follow the instructions on the cover of
3. While holding the match or lighter flame next to
this manual. If the burners still do not
the burner, depress the appropriate burner control
light after several attempts, refer to the
knob and turn it counterclockwise to the HI LIGHT
position. When the burner lights, remove the lighter
MANUAL LIGHTING section.
or match.
5. Depress the control knob for the burner to be lit
4. If the burner does not light, IMMEDIATELY depress
and turn it to the HI LIGHT position, then press the
the knob and turn the burner control knob to OFF.
ignition button. Once the burner lights, release the
WAIT 5 MINUTES before repeating steps 2 through
ignition button.
4 of MANUAL LIGHTING.
HI
LIGHT
LOW
6. Repeat step 5 for each additional burner to be lit.
Note: Barbecues in some installations achieve a
better air/gas mixture and will ignite more
quickly if the burner control knob is first turned
beyond HI LIGHT to LOW for lighting.
SHUTTING OFF THE GRILL
To shut off the grill, push in each valve control knob and
turn it clockwise to the OFF position.
Always close the valve to the gas supply after each use
of the barbecue.
Fig. 19-3 - Manual lighting
REMEMBER: FOR SAFE MANUAL LIGHTING, PLACE
A BURNING MATCH OR BUTANE LIGHTER BESIDE THE
BURNER - THEN TURN ON THE GAS (see Fig. 19-3).
19
RIGID SHELF INSTALLATION
Thisbarbecue
barbecuecomes
comes
with
one
rigid
shelf
thatmust
must
This
with
two
rigid
shelves
that
be
barbecue
comes
with
two
(2)
rigid
shelves
that
be
attached.
It
can
be
attached
using
the
four
support
attached.
These can
be attached
the four
support
must be attached.
These
can be using
attached
using
the
screws
provided
andaprovided
aPhillips-head
Phillips-head
screwdriver.
screws
provided
and
four support
screws
and ascrewdriver.
Phillips-head
screw driver.
1. Insert the top two screws into the side of the
barbecue and screw them in about half way.
2.
up shelf
the larger,
of the
two
1. Line
Hold the
invertedbottom
so thatportion
one of the
corner
keyhole
with the
and fit
holes in openings
the shelf lines
up two
withtop
thescrews
appropriate
upper
screw
hole openings
in the barbecue.
the
two
keyhole
over the two screws.
With the
shelf pushed
alltighten
the way
the
2. Insert
the screw,
but do not
all against
the way so
side
of the
lower
the shelf
sothe
thatfirst
the
that the
shelfbarbecue,
can be easily
rotated
around
screws
lock
into
the
narrower,
upper
portions
of
screw.
the keyholes.
3. Line up the second corner hole in the shelf with
the The
remaining
screw
holeininplace
the barbecue.
Note:
shelf upper
will now
stay
on it’s
Insert
a
screw
and
tighten.
own.
Note:
Youthe
may
lift the
of the
3. Insert
bottom
twoedge
screws
intoshelf
their upward
holes and
to gain
better
access
tighten
them
all the
way. during much of the
tightening of this screw.
4. Finally, tighten the upper two screws,
4. Finally,
insert the bottom screws on the left and right
completely.
side of the shelf and securely tighten all screws.
To detach, reverse the process above.
To detach, reverse the process above.
20
Shelf support screws
View from under right shelf
ROTISSERIE INSTRUCTIONS (IF EQUIPPED)
CAUTION: WHEN USING THE BACKBURNER;
KEEP THE OVEN LID CLOSED TO
PREVENT HEAT LOSS, PROVIDE
PROPER CONVECTION, AND PROVIDE
PROPER VENTING. THIS WILL ENSURE
EVEN COOKING TEMPERATURES.
3. Slide the left spit prong onto the rod (and tighten),
the meat onto the rod and into the prong, followed
by the right spit prong onto the rod and into the
meat. Tighten the right spit prong. Be sure the meat
is centered and balanced as well as possible.
4. Insert the pointed end of the rod into the motor drive
socket and the groove next to the handle into the
left support bracket.
1. Remove the warming rack and cooking grids
from the barbecue. The flavor grids may also be
removed if required.
5. Plug in (if necessary) and turn on the rotisserie
motor.
Tip: Aluminum foil or a baking pan may be placed
over the main burners / flavor grids, a little
forward of center, to catch excess drippings
from the meat.
6. Light backburner per lighting instructions in this
manual (or on drip tray handle) and close oven lid.
7. Allow the backburner to preheat for approximately
10 minutes on HI LIGHT setting.
2. Attach the rotisserie motor to the rotisserie
mounting on the right side of your barbecue by
sliding the bracket attached to the motor onto the
tab on the right of the barbecue. The motor should
be installed so that the spit rod will fit into the motor
drive socket from the left.
Note: When burning properly, the backburner grating
will glow red. The first time it is used the
backburner may smoke a little.
Important: Tur n the backbur ner to low or off
when stopping the rotisserie to prevent
overcooking.
Spit rod
Handle
Stainless
steel motor
Spit prongs
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OPTIONAL INFRARED BURNER OPERATION
The infrared (IR) searing burner (optional) cooks with
WARNING
a powerful radiant heat.
Only handle the infrared burner cover when the
grill is cold or with a well-insulated long-handled
tool or heat resistant gloves.
Cover
SIDE VIEW (with cover on)
Ignitor
electrode
NO foreign
objects
Ignitor
electrode
Drippings
and other
Airborne liquids
dust or
grease
Cover
Food
particles
or debris
Fig. 22-1
OFF
Fig. 22-2
LOW
• For cleaning purposes; always leave your burner
on (after cooking) for an additional 5 minutes, to
allow for a burnoff period. This is important to
keep your burner clean and operating properly.
As the burner is self cleaning (at full temperature);
avoid the use of cleaners or abrasives.
HI
LIGHT
Light the infrared burner following the LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS in this manual or printed on the
drip tray. Follow these guidelines when operating the
Infrared burner:
• DO NOT place food on the cooking grid until
the IR burner glows orange (Fig. 22-3). Drippings
are heated and evaporate instead of sticking to and
impairing burner function.
Burner ceramic must be protected with cover when
burner is not in use.
SIDE VIEW
(burner on HI LIGHT
and glowing orange)
Ignitor
electrode
• When not in use, always cover the infrared burner
with the stainless-steel cover. This protects the
burner from drippings (from other cooking), airborne
particles, and foreign objects (Fig. 22-2).
• Do not strike or scratch the burner ceramic as it
may chip, crack, or break (Fig. 22-2).
Note: Digital thermometer does not give accurate
readings for infrared burners.
LOW
OFF
HI
LIGHT
Fig. 22-3
Important: When grilling with the infrared burner,
always place a cooking grid above it.
The cooking grid must be removed for
rotisserie cooking.
Drips and particles evaporate before hitting infrared
burner when cooking at the maximum setting.
CAUTION: Never attempt to operate the IR burner
with the protective cover in place.
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ACCESSORIES
THE
BRUSH
(OPTIONAL)
THEGRILL
FLAVOR
GRID(S)
THE WARMING RACK (if equipped)
Purchase a Fire Magic® stainless-steel grill brush (sold
Place each flavor grid directly on a burner or burner pair.
separately) to keep your grill cleaner. It comes with
Center each panel over the burner, oriented as shown
scraper for large particles and a replaceable head with
in Fig.bristles
23-1. for overall cleaning.
brass
Note: This allows heat from the burners to be evenly
distributed throughout the cooking area. The
flavor grids heat and cool quickly, making the grill
very responsive to the changes in heat from the
burners.
The warming rack (Fig. 23-2) is packed separately.
To install the warming rack, lift the front of the rack
up slightly and insert the rack hangers into the two
holes in the back of the inner oven hood just above the
backburner. Then lower the front of the rack into a level
position to lock the rack in place.
To remove the warming rack, lift up on the front of the
rack until the rack hangers pull free from their supporting
holes.
Fig. 23-1
Note: Removing the warming rack before using the
rotisserie will leave more clearance for the
meat being cooked.
Grill brush with replacement head
THE COOKING GRID LIFTER
Hold the grid lifter by gripping the center section with the
prongs pointing down (use an oven mitt or heavy glove
if the grill is hot). Insert the notched end of the grid lifter
into the cooking grid, in front of the midway point (front to
back; Fig. 23-3), and central (left to right; Fig. 23-4).
Fig.or23-1
Twist the grill lifter (clockwise
counterclockwise) so
the handle is parallel to the grill rods. This “seats” the
spiked end of the grid lifter between two rods, enabling
you to safely lift out the grid. Lift slowly and adjust the
grid lifter, if necessary, for balance.
Fig. 23-2 Warming rack in place inside oven
THE DRIP TRAY
The drip collection system allows you to brush or scrape
excess dried residue from the grilling area directly into
the drip tray (see PARTS LIST for drip tray location).
To simplify cleanup when using the rotisserie, you may
place a baking pan or foil under the rotisserie on top of
the burners to collect the drippings. Clean the drip tray
after each use.
Fig. 23-3
Fig. 23-4
Placement of the grid lifter in cooking grid
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CARE & CLEANING
CARE AND CLEANING
APPLIANCE MUST BE COMPLETELY COOL WHEN
CLEANING. DO NOT SPRAY ANY CLEANER OR
LIQUIDS ON THE APPLIANCE WHEN HOT.
Stainless steel surfaces when exposed to
temperatures produced by the grilling process will
change color. The stainless steel will change color
from silver to brown and blue. This can be removed by
using Fire Magic Stainless Steel Cleaner (3581-1).
Clean your appliance by fi rst using Fire Magic
Barbecue and Grill Cleaner (part #3580-1) to
remove grease and dirt. Always wipe with the grain
(See Fig. 24-1). Next, use Fire Magic Stainless
Steel Cleaner (3581-1) to restore the stainless steel
color (Note: not for mirror finish). Finish by wiping
your appliance down using Fire Magic Polish Wipes
(3586-1). To clean the mirror panel (if applicable),
use a quality brand glass cleaner only, not any
of the cleaners mentioned above.
Clean your appliance at least once a month.
with
Wipe
grain
Fig. 24-1 - Wipe with grain
PROTECTING YOUR APPLIANCE FROM THE
WEATHER
An optional heavy-duty cover will protect your
appliance’s finish and protect your investment. The
water repellent cover will protect your appliance
from the weather. Always cover your appliance
when not in use. (Allow to cool before covering.)
If your appliance is installed in a seaside (salt air) or Please specify the model number and serial
poolside (chlorine) location, it will be more susceptible number of your appliance when ordering a cover.
to corrosion and must be maintained/cleaned more
frequently. Do not store chemicals (such as chlorine
IMPORTANT
or fertilizer) near your stainless steel appliance.
Due to the nature of stainless steel, surface iron
oxide deposits may appear. Do not be alarmed –
these deposits are removable with stainless-steel
cleaner through prompt and periodic maintenance.
If not attended to promptly, permanent pitting may
occur.
Check and clean the burner ports and burner carryover slits for blockage at least annually by removing
the burner (see orifice changing instructions) and
visually inspecting the burner inlet for insects and
nests. A clogged burner can lead to a fire in the
bottom of the appliance. (For Fire Magic grills use
Maintenance Kit part #MK-1.)
The inside of the appliance may be cleaned
periodically with oven cleaner if desired. Follow the
oven cleaner instructions for proper use.
Be careful not to get oven cleaner on the outside
surface of the appliance as it can permanently
damage the finish.
By following these recommendations, you will enjoy
the beauty and convenience of your appliance for
many years to come.
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IN THE EVENT OF A GREASE FIRE,
IMMEDIATELY SHUT OFF THE MAIN GAS
VALVE TO THE GRILL. KEEP THE LID OPEN
AND ALLOW THE FIRE TO EXTINGUISH
ITSELF. A THOROUGH INSPECTION BY A
TRAINED SERVICE TECHNICIAN SHOULD
BE CONDUCTED BEFORE FUTURE USE OF
YOUR GRILL. THE SERVICE TECHNICIAN WILL
CHECK THE SYSTEM FOR GAS LEAKS AND
WILL CHECK ALL ELECTRICAL WIRING FOR
DAMAGE. ALL GAS LEAKS AND WIRING MUST
BE REPAIRED PRIOR TO FUTURE USE.
REPLACING THE IGNITOR BATTERY
1. Remove the ignitor cover by turning it counterclockwise.
Note: If you have accidentally removed the rubber cap,
follow the instructions below to replace it.
Important: Do not
attempt to pull or
turn the rubber cap.
WRONG!!
2. Remove batter y for
replacement. The battery
is reinstalled with the
negative (-) end out.
3. After properly inserting the
battery, replace the ignitor cover
by turning the cap clockwise.
1. Pull the rubber
cap and the inner
plastic sleeve
apart.
2. Carefully insert
the rubber cap into
the ignitor cover so
it sits behind inner
lip.
3. Tu r n t h e c a p
over and slide the
inner plastic sleeve
into the cap.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have trouble with the unit, please use this list to identify the problem. By trying one or more of the
solutions to the possible cause, you should be able to solve the problem. If this list does not cover your
present problem, or if you have other technical difficulties with the unit, please contact your local dealer.
PROBLEM
Ignition system
failure
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1) Improper air shutter adjustment
1) Adjust air shutters.
2) Ignition wire disconnected
2) Replug wires into generator.
3) Low gas pressure
3) Adjust or replace battery.
4) Dead battery
4) Replace battery.
1) Improper air shutter adjustment
1) Adjust air shutters.
2) Using propane orifice for natural gas
2) Change orifices.
3) Low gas pressure/flame (natural)
3) Have gas company check the
operating pressure at the unit.
4) Low gas pressure/flame (propane)
4) Refill propane tank, or reset
propane tank safety*: Shut off all
valves (including propane tank) and
follow lighting instructions exactly.
1) Burner ports partially blocked by debris
1) Remove burners and clean out ports.
2) Small spiders or insects in burner
2) Inspect burners for spider webs or
other debris that may block gas flow.
1) Va l ve “ L o w ” s e t t i n g n e e d s
adjustment
1) Light burner on HIGH, immediately
turn to LOW setting. Remove
knob from valve and using a small
flat screwdriver, slowly turn the
adjustment screw in the stem,
a little at a time (30° to 45°), in
either direction, until the flame is
approximately 1/4” in height from
burner ports.
Insufficient heat
Uneven heating
Burner goes out on
LOW
Rotisserie noisy
CORRECTION
1) Rotisserie out of balance
1) Adjust the
counterbalance.
12)
meat on the spit rod.
Note: *Propane tanks are equipped with a safety shutdown device that may cause low or no gas/flame at the
burners if operating and lighting instructions are not followed exactly. If you suspect the propane tank safety
shutoff is in effect, shut off all burner control valves and the propane tank valve. Then read and follow
the LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS exactly. Lighting instructions are located in the owner’s manual. If the
problem persists, continue troubleshooting, or contact your local dealer or distributor for assistance.
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AMERICAN OUTDOOR GRILL LIMITED WARRANTY
AMERICAN OUTDOOR GRILL
LIMITED WARRANTY
American Outdoor Grill stainless steel burners are warranted for 15 YEARS
All other American Outdoor Grill parts are warranted for 10 YEARS
Except as noted below
American Outdoor Grill ignition systems (excluding batteries), accessories (including sideburners, motors, and thermometers), and
flavor grids are warranted for one year from the date of purchase.
PLEASE KEEP A COPY OF YOUR SALES SLIP FOR PROOF OF PURCHASE
This warranty applies to the original purchaser and to single family residential use only. It commences from date of purchase, and is valid only with
proof of purchase.
This warranty does not cover parts becoming defective through misuse, accidental damage, electrical damage, improper handling, storage, and/or
installation. Product must be installed (and gas must be connected) as specified in the instructions or operator’s manual, by a qualified professional
installer. Accessories, parts, valves, remotes, etc., when used must be Peterson Co. product.
This warranty does not apply to rust, corrosion, oxidation, or discoloration, unless the affected component becomes inoperable. It does not cover
labor or labor-related charges.
This warranty specifically excludes liability for indirect, incidental, or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specified legal rights, and you may have
other rights that may vary from state to state.
For additional information regarding this warranty, or to place a warranty claim, contact the R.H. Peterson dealer where the product was purchased.
TO REGISTER
YOUR PRODUCT
ONLINE
GO TO:GO
WWW.AMERICANOUTDOORGRILL.COM,
TO REGISTER
YOUR PRODUCT
ONLINE
TO: WWW.RHPETERSON.COM,
AND CLICK ON PRODUCT REGISTRATION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PURCHASE.
American Outdoor Grills
14724 Proctor Ave.
City of Industry, CA 91746
Quality Check
Burner Orifices Nat.
Date:_________________
L.P.
Leak Test: ___________ Model#:
___________________
Main:
____ ____
Burn Test: ___________ Serial#:
___________________
Back:
____ ____
Gas Type:
Side/Power:
____ ____
Other:
____ ____
Nat. / L.P.
Air Shutter: ___________________
Inspector:
___________________
American Outdoor Grill • 14724 Proctor Avenue • City of Industry, CA 91746
www.americanoutdoorgrill.com
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