FireMagic Deluxe Drop In User manual

FireMagic Deluxe Drop In User manual
DELUXE DROP-IN SERIES
OUTDOOR GAS BARBECUE
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLER: Leave these instructions with consumer.
(Optional vent hood shown)
CONSUMER: Retain for future reference.
Important:
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION OR USE.
SAFETY WARNINGS & CODES
WARNING
DANGER
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
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.
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 the fire department.
WARNING
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), or Natural Gas and
Propane Storage and Handling Installation Code
(CSA-B149.1).
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 the gas supplier.
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.
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).
Keep all electrical supply cords and fuel supply
hoses away from any heated surface.
Listing No. 1237
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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SAFETY WARNINGS & CODES
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PRODUCT DATA TABLE
PARTS LIST
PLANNING FOR INSTALLATION
ENSURING PROPER COMBUSTION AIR AND COOLING AIR FLOW
ELECTRICAL OUTLETS
EXHAUST REMOVAL
GAS SUPPLY PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
DRIP TRAY ACCESS
INSTALLATION
CHECK BARBECUE FUEL ORIFICE SIZE
CONNECT THE GAS SUPPLY TO BARBECUE
INSTALL THE FLAVOR GRID
SAFE USE & MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE GAS CYLINDERS
CHECKING AND CONVERTING GAS TYPE
CHECKING AND CONVERTING THE REGULATOR
AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
MAIN BURNER AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
BARBECUE SAFETY INFORMATION & MAINTENANCE
DRIP COLLECTION SYSTEM
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
ACCESSORIES
THE FLAVOR GRID(S)
THE WARMING RACK
CARE & CLEANING
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARRANTY
PRODUCT DATA TABLE
Specification
Counter opening height*
Counter opening width*
Counter opening depth*
Main burner
BTU per burner
Natural gas orifice
Propane gas orifice
Infrared burner
BTU per burner
Natural gas orifice
Propane gas orifice
Value
12" (30.5 cm)
24 1/4" (61.2 cm)
19 1/4" (48.3 cm)
42,000 (12.4 kw) x 2
#44 (2.184 mm)
#55 (1.321 mm)
(if equipped)
28,000 (8.2 kw)
#53 (1.511 mm)
#58 (1.067 mm)
Table 1 - Product data table
*Note: If using an insulating liner consult liner
instructions for counter cut-out dimensions.
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PARTS LIST
Item
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
or
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
Description
Valve knob
Ignitor knob
Flavor grid
Drop-in liner
Drip tray
Drop-in shell
Pair of air shutters
Pair of steel burners
Pair of air shutter springs
Pair of orifices (natural)
Pair of orifices (propane)
Pair of orifice holders
Manifold assembly
Top control panel
Stainless steel grid
Oven assy. (optional)
Electrode assy with wiring
15
14
Replacement parts can be ordered
from your local Fire Magic dealer.
3
1
13
2
5
4
16
7
6
9
8
10
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PLANNING FOR INSTALLATION
side, and within 8" (20.3 cm) of the front wall (Fig. 4-1).
WHERE TO INSTALL THE BARBECUE
Fire Magic barbecues are designed for outdoor use only.
If the pipe does not come up against the front wall, it can
easily be run along the enclosure floor and turned up to rise
within 5" (12.7 cm) of the countertop, tight against the front
wall (leaving space only to connect fittings, Fig. 4-2).
WARNING
Drop-in models must be installed in masonry or other
type of fireproof surroundings. This unit is not insulated
and must be installed with a clearance from combustible
materials of 18" (45.7 cm) on the sides and the back. This
appliance shall not be located under unprotected overhead
combustible construction.
Note: An external valve in the gas line is necessary for
safety when the barbecue is not in use. It also
provides for convenient maintenance and repair.
A removable key is recommended.
GAS SUPPLY AND MANIFOLD PRESSURE:
With our insulating liner, you can safely install the Fire Magic
barbecue in a wood cabinetry, stucco, or other combustible
enclosure.
For natural gas - Normal 7" (17.8 cm) w.c. (water column),
minimum 5" (12.7 cm), maximum 101/2" (26.7 cm).
For propane gas - Normal 11" (27.9 cm) w.c., minimum 8" (20.3
cm), maximum 13" (33 cm).
Do not install this unit under unprotected flammable
surfaces. Do not install or use this appliance inside a
building, garage, or any other enclosed area, including
recreational vehicles or boats.
Top view
Note: This barbecue must be installed so that it can
be removed in the event service should be
necessary. Any protrusion into the barbecue
enclosure from either side, which is less than
111/4" (28.2 cm) below the countertop, may
obstruct the frame and prevent the unit from
dropping into place.
24 1/4"
Back
12"
19 1/4"
6"
Stub out gas pipe anywhere in
this area
6"
Vertical pipe up against front
ENSURING PROPER COMBUSTION AIR AND
COOLING AIR FLOW
6"
The 1/2" (1.27 cm) vent space between the top panel of the
unit and the countertop that is created by the attached cork
mounting pads resting on the countertop must be left clear.
Blockage of barbecue air flow causes overheating and poor
combustion. A vent screen is provided to cover this opening.
Fig. 4-1 - Top view
Countertop
5" Max
Rear
9" Max
12" Max
Front
ELECTRICAL OUTLETS
Electrical outlets in the vicinity of the barbecue, which might
be used for rotisserie motors or other appliances, must be
properly grounded.
8" Max
Fig. 4-2 - View from left
Note: Keep electrical supply cords away from all heated
surfaces.
CAUTION: Wind blowing into or across the rear oven lid vent
can cause poor performance and/or dangerous
overheating. Orient the
CORRECT
grill so that the prevailing
wind blows toward the
front of the grill (Fig. 4-3).
EXHAUST REMOVAL
If installed 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 at least 1,000 CFM (472 liters per second) or
more may be necessary to efficiently remove smoke and other
cooking by-products from the covered area. Do not install in
a fully enclosed area of any kind.
CAUTION: To prevent dangerous
overheating, the rear
of the unit must have a
minimum clearance of 8”
from any backsplash/wall.
GAS SUPPLY PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
Rigid 11/2" (1.27 cm) black steel pipe is required to conduct
the gas supply into the barbecue enclosure for connection
to the unit. Pipe joint compound that is resistant to all gasses
should be applied to all male fittings and all joints tightened
securely. Do not use pipe joint compound to connect flare
fittings.
Fig. 4-3
DRIP TRAY ACCESS
If the grill is being installed next to the left wall of the enclosure,
a 6" (15.3cm) clearance from the left wall (or any appliances)
is required to properly remove the drip trays through the top
of the unit. See the BARBECUE SAFETY INFORMATION &
MAINTENANCE section for installation/removal.
The pipe should terminate near the front and center of the
enclosure, no more than 5" (12.7 cm) from the countertop.
Installation will be simplified if the pipe enters the enclosure
vertically from the bottom, at least 6" (15.2 cm) in from each
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blows toward front of grill
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INSTALLATION
WARNING:
Perform the following checks before installing the barbecue:
CHECK BARBECUE FUEL ORIFICE SIZE
This barbecue comes from the factory configured for one
type of gas as marked on the label behind the barbecue
face plate. Each burner uses a different orifice depending
on the gas used in the barbecue. Please refer to Table 1 for
the correct orifice size.
1. Make sure that the gas supply is turned OFF. Then
connect the 1/2" (1.27 cm) pipe adapter fitting supplied
with the stainless steel flex connector to the gas
supply stub. Use pipe joint compound that is resistant
to all gasses or Teflon tape on all male pipe fittings
and tighten securely. Do not use pipe joint compound
to connect brass flare fittings.
1. Remove the cooking grids and flavor grid from the
barbecue.
2. If the gas supply has been connected, make sure the
burner valve is in the OFF position. Then pull the knobs
from their stems. Use a Phillips screwdriver to turn the
face fastener screws counterclockwise to release the
face and remove it from the barbecue. Make sure to
retain the screws and finish washers until you are ready
to reattach the face.
Note:
2. Lower the barbecue into place, making sure not to
pinch or kink the gas connector. The unit may be
supported above the counter by blocks inserted under
the flanges at each side of the frame (Fig. 5-2).
3. If the pipe does not come up against the front wall, it
can easily be run along the enclosure floor and turned
up to rise within 5" (12.7 cm) of the countertop, tight
against the front wall (leaving space only to connect
fittings).
Carefully lift the face away from the frame. The
spark generators for the ignition system are
attached to the inside of the face panel. The spark
generator need not be detached, but the wires
must be unplugged from the generators before
the face is removed.
4. Connect the flex connector to the flare fitting on the
manifold inlet. Support the manifold inlet fitting with
a wrench to avoid applying excessive torque to the
manifold assembly while tightening this connection
securely. Do not use pipe compound on flare fittings.
3. Using a flat-blade screwdriver, pry the burner retaining
clip from rear wall of the barbecue frame (see Fig. 5-1).
Remove the burner by: 1) Pulling it to the front of
the barbecue, 2) Lifting the far end out of the notch,
3) Pulling the burner away from the manifold, taking
care not to lose the air shutter and spring, which may
become detached when the burner is removed.
Make sure the barbecue burner valve is in the OFF
position. Turn the gas supply on. Then carefully check all
gas connections for leaks with a brush and soapy water
before lighting. NEVER USE A MATCH OR OPEN FLAME
TO TEST FOR LEAKS.
5. Refer to the AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT instructions
before replacing barbecue face and knobs.
4. Using a 3/8" socket, remove orifice from the orifice holder
on the burner manifold and check the number stamped
on the face (see barbecue fuel orifice size in Table 1).
Repeat for each burner as necessary.
INSTALL THE FLAVOR GRID
Place the flavor grid directly on the burners (Fig. 5-3).
Center the grid over the burners with the open side up.
This allows heat from the burners to be evenly distributed
throughout the cooking area. The flavor grid heats and cools
quickly, making your Fire Magic barbecue very responsive
to the changes you specify in grill temperature.
5. Replace the orifice with an orifice of the proper drill size as
listed in the PRODUCT DATA TABLE.
6. After checking the orifice drill size or replacing the orifice,
install the air shutter spring and the air shutter over the
orifice holder fitting, between the burner and the burner
manifold, in the order and position shown in Fig. 5-1.
The flavor grid is made of stainless steel and is rust
resistant. It may be cleaned with standard oven cleaners.
7. Replace the burners in the holding groove, ensuring that
the brass orifice and orifice holder fittings project deeply
into the burners. Replace the burner retaining clips.
WARNING:
A rubber or plastic connector will rupture
or leak, resulting in an explosion or
serious injury if used inside the barbecue
enclosure.
It is critical to the continued safe operation of
the burner that it be properly aligned with the
orifice, as indicated above.
Fig. 5-2
CONNECT THE GAS SUPPLY TO BARBECUE
CAUTION:
Flavor grid
Use only stainless steel flex connectors that
are C.S.A. listed.
Ventilation
air
Flavor grid
leg
Burner
Fig. 5-1
Burner
BURNER
Burner neck
BURNER
NECK
BURNER
Burner
manifold
MANIFOLD
WITH
with
orifice
holder
ORIFICE
HOLDER
SPRING
Spring
Important: Keep ventilation
openings clear.
BURNER CLIP
Burner clip
AIR SHUTTER
Air shutter
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Ventilation
openings
ORIFICE
Orifice
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SAFE USE & MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE GAS CYLINDERS
IMPORTANT FOR YOUR SAFETY
READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS PROVIDED WITH THE PROPANE-GAS CYLINDER.
When operating this appliance with a propane-gas cylinder, these instructions and warnings MUST be observed.
FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN A SERIOUS FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
The use of pliers or a wrench should not be necessary. Only
cylinders marked “propane” may be used.
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.).
To disconnect: Turn the hand nut counterclockwise until
detached (Fig. 6-1).
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.
Carefully inspect the hose assembly each time before the
gas is turned on. A cracked or frayed hose must be replaced
immediately.
d. The cylinder used must include a collar to protect the
cylinder valve, and the cylinder supply system must be
arranged for vapor withdrawal.
e. The
The pressure
pressure regulator
regulator and
and hose
hose assembly
assembly (Fig.
(Fig. 6-1)
6-1)
supplied
with
this
outdoor
gas
appliance
(select
L.P.
supplied with this outdoor gas appliance (L.P. models
models
only)
used.and
Original
and replacement
only)
must
be must
used. be
Original
replacement
pressure
pressure and
regulator
hose assemblies
mustspecifi
be those
regulator
hose and
assemblies
must be those
ed
specified
by the manufacturer
for connection
with a
by
the manufacturer
for connection
with a cylinder
cylinder connecting
device
ed IasbyType
I by the
connecting
device identifi
edidentifi
as Type
the ANSI
Z
ANSI Z 21.58-2005/CGA
(seeLIST
PARTS
LIST for
21.58-2005/CGA
1.6-20051.6-2005
(see PARTS
for ordering
ordering information).
information).
f.
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
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.
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.
Fig. 6-1 Type I 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.
QCC
Type 1
valve
QUICK COUPLER OPERATION
Pressure
relief
valve
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.
Hand wheel
Brass Acme
thread fitting
Regulator
UL
Liquid level
indicator
(optional)
Hand nut with Acme
thread
Vent
Hose
ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
FOR YOUR SAFETY, you must provide the openings listed below for drainage, replacement air, and cross-ventilation
of any storage area exposed to possible leakage from gas connections, the unit, or propane cylinders.
One side of the enclosure can be left completely open to the outside, OR 4 ventilation openings must be created:
Two of the openings are to be at the cylinder valve level (approx. 16” above the floor) and on opposite walls of the
enclosure. 2 more openings must be at the floor level (approx. 5” above the floor) and on opposite sides of the
enclosure. Each opening must have a minimum of 10 sq. in. of free area. To achieve the proper ventilation, you
may drill a series of holes, omit the grout from masonry joints, or replace a brick with a hardware cloth screen. If
the floor in the cabinet is raised and the space beneath the cabinet is open to the outside, the lower ventilation
openings may be in the floor.
Consult your gas supplier for ventilation and regulator requirements when connecting to a household propane supply.
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CHECKING AND CONVERTING GAS TYPE
This unit comes from the factory configured for one type
WARNING
of gas, as marked on the label located behind the control HAZARDOUS OVERHEATING WILL OCCUR IF A
panel, or on the interior of the unit’s enclosure.
NATURAL-GAS ORIFICE IS USED WITH PROPANE
Converting this unit to burn a different type of gas GAS. IF YOU ARE NOT SURE IF THE CORRECT
requires a conversion kit (contact your dealer for ORIFICES ARE INSTALLED, OR IF AN ORIFICE
details). The professional installer who converts this CHANGE IS NECESSARY, REFER TO THE FOLLOWING
unit to burn a different gas must perform the following INSTRUCTIONS.
functions:
CAUTION: Make sure the unit is at a safe temperature
and isolated from gas and electrical
1. Change brass gas orifices (included at original shipping)
supplies before beginning the tasks
on each burner to match the new gas type (see
outlined below.
PRODUCT DATA TABLE, Table 1).
2. Switch the convertible gas regulator (if equipped) to
match the new gas type (see section below).
Note: The cooler the unit, the greater the tolerances
between the stainless-steel parts, and therefore
the easier to disassemble and reassemble
parts of the unit.
3. Plumb the unit as appropriate for the new gas supply.
4. Apply the label for the new gas (included at original
shipping) over the old gas information found on your CAUTION: For your safety, exercise caution and
use adequate hand protection (such as
unit.
gloves) when handling potentially sharp
sheet-metal parts.
CHECKING AND CONVERTING THE REGULATOR
Regulator: note 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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AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
MAIN BURNER AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
Important:
Tab
Dimple
Partially open
Fig. 8-1
The air shutters must be adjusted
after installation. If not, this appliance
may not light, heat evenly, or cook
properly.
Notch
Flame off ports
(Turn tabs)
Main burner
burner air
air shutters
shuttersare
arecontrolled
easily accessed
by
by the two
removing
panel
(face).
air cooking
shutters grill
are
wire leverstheatfront
the far
right
side The
of the
located
at the
frontThe
of the
burners
behind
the
face
(see PARTS
LIST).
air shutter
has
a small
dimple
(see PARTS
LIST).
air shutter
hasinto
a small
dimple
Fig. 8-1)
that The
allows
it to lock
notches
in
(see
Fig. 8-1)
that
allows
it to lock
intoshutter
notches
in
the burner
face.
This
prevents
the air
from
the
burner face. This prevents the air shutter from
moving.
moving.
1. Using the two, long air shutter levers, close
Closed
Fig. 8-2
Flame on ports
Fig. 8-1 & Fig. 8-2 - Air shutter adjustment diagram
the air shutters by turning the tabs to a vertical
WARNING
position (Fig. 8-2).
2. Light
the barbecue
in accordance
the
USE
PROPERLY
INSULATED
TOOLS TOwith
MAKE
LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS
and burn
for two
THESE
ADJUSTMENTS.
NEVER
TOUCH
A
minutes
with
the
knobs
on
HI
LIGHT
and
the
oven
H O T B A R B E C U E D I R E C T LY T O M A K E
open.
ADJUSTMENTS.
3. After burning for two minutes, open the air shutters,
1. using
Using the tip
a long levers,
screwdriver,
close
the air
airof
shutter
until the
flames
lift
shutters
by
turning
the
tabs
to
a
vertical
position
off, or appear not to be touching the burners (Fig.
(Fig.
8-1). 8-2).
2.
the barbecue
in accordance
with
the
4. Light
Begin closing
the air shutters,
with the air
shutter
LIGHTING
INSTRUCTIONS
and
burn
for
two
levers, until the flames appear to burn while
minutes
the knobs
HI8-2).
LIGHT and the
touching with
the burner
ports on
(Fig.
oven open.
Note: You may then see short yellow tips on the
3. After
burning
for two
open
thethe
air
flames.
If flames
are minutes,
a lazy yellow,
open
shutters,
usinguntil
thethe
tipflame
of a is
screwdriver,
until
air shutters
blue with yellow
the tipping.
flames lift off, or appear not to be touching
the burners (Fig. 8-1).
Note:
Barbecues,
some
installations,
4.
Begin
closing theinair
shutters,
with theachieve
tip of a
a
better
air/gas
mixture
and
will ignite
screwdriver, until the flames appear
to burnmore
while
quickly
the valve
is fi(Fig.
rst turned
touching
theif burner
ports
8-2). beyond HI
LIGHT to LOW for lighting.
Note: You may then see short yellow tips on the
flames. If flames are a lazy yellow, open the
air shutters until the flame is blue with yellow
tipping.
Note: Barbecues, in some installations, achieve a
better air/gas mixture and will ignite more
quickly if the valve is first turned beyond HI
LIGHT to LOW for lighting.
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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.
SERVICING THE DRIP COLLECTION SYSTEM
5. The inline gas valve or gas cylinder valve is always The grill must be completely cool and gas shut off.
shut OFF when the barbecue is not in use.
Remove the cooking grids and flavor grid. To remove
6. The drip collector hole is clear and unobstructed. a tray, lift and slide the tray to the left and pull out from
Excessive grease deposits can result in a grease between the two burners as shown in Fig. 9-1.
fire.
When re-installing, the bottom drip tray must be placed
7. The barbecue is free and clear from combustible to the far left of the grill to catch any contents draining
materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors from the top trays. Ensure the top tray with the tab is
properly placed over the other top tray. See Fig. 9-1.
and liquids.
Re-install the flavor grid and cooking grids.
REST TAB
OVER TRAY
B
A
WARNING
(Top of unit)
PLACE AT
FAR LEFT
OF UNIT
(Left of unit)
Fig. 9-1
- Drip tray
removal / Installation
NEVER cover the entire cooking or grill surface with griddles
or pans.
Overheating
will occur and
burners will notWARNING
perform properly when combustion heat is trapped below the cooking surface.
NEVER cover the entire cooking or grill surface
CAUTION:
spray
water on a will
hot gas
unit.
with
griddlesNEVER
or pans.
Overheating
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.
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
Follow these instructions each time you light your
Fire Magic® barbecue.
7. If the burner does not light, IMMEDIATELY
turn the valve to OFF and WAIT 5 MINUTES
before repeating steps 5 through 7 of the
MANUAL LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS.
FOR AUTOMATIC LIGHTING
Replacement parts may be obtained from your nearest
Fire Magic® dealer. For assistance in locating a dealer,
please contact our factory at the address listed on
the cover.
1. Read these instructions before lighting.
2. Open the lid of the smoke oven.
3. Turn both barbecue gas valves to the OFF
position.
OFF MARKER
N
O
TO
OFF
PU
TU SH
RN TO
FF
O
TU
R
N
N
R
TU
Note: DO NOT turn on more than one valve
at a time for either automatic or manual
lighting. Adjacent barbecue burners will
cross-ignite.
TO
4. Turn on the gas at the source outside of the
barbecue enclosure.
HI
LIGHT
5. Depress the desired gas valve and turn to
HIGH, then immediately turn the light knob
several times in the direction of the arrows.
HIGH TO
LIGHT
ME
D
CAUTION: If the bur ners do not light,
IMMEDIATELY turn the valve to
OFF and WAIT 5 MINUTES before
repeating step 5. If the burners still
do not light, refer to the instructions
below for manual lighting.
Fig. 10-1 - Valve control knob
Fig. 10-2 - Match holder
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.
REMEMBER: For safe manual lighting, place a
burning match or butane lighter beside the burner
- Then turn on the gas (Fig. 10-3).
FOR MANUAL LIGHTING
CAUTION: Always wait 5 minutes for gas
to clear after any unsuccessful
lighting attempt.
Follow steps 1 through 4 above.
5. Insert either a burning long-barrel butane
lighter, a burning long-stem match, or a
burning match held by a wire extension
holder through the cooking grids to the
burners below the flavor grid.
6. While holding the match or lighter flame next
to the burner, depress the appropriate valve
knob and turn it counter-clockwise to the
HIGH position. Adjacent burners will crossignite.
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Fig. 10-3 - Manual lighting
ACCESSORIES
GRILL BRUSH (optional)
WARMING RACK (if equipped)
Purchase a Fire Magic® stainless-steel grill brush (sold
separately) to keep your grill cleaner. It comes with
scraper for large particles and a replaceable head with
brass bristles for overall cleaning.
The warming rack (Fig. 11-2) is packed separately.
To install the warming rack, lift the front of the rack up
slightly and insert the rack hangers into the two holes
in the back of the inner oven hood. Then lower the front
of the rack into a level position to lock the rack in place.
To remove the warming rack, lift up on the front of the
rack until the rack hangers pull free from their supporting
holes.
Fig. 11-1
Note: Removing the warming rack before using the
rotisserie will leave more clearance for the
meat being cooked. (if applicable)
Grill brush with replacement head
THE COOKING GRID LIFTER
Hold the grid lifter by gripping the center section with the
prongs pointing down (use an oven mitt or heavy glove
if the grill is hot). Insert the notched end of the grid lifter
into the cooking grid, in front of the midway point (front
to back; Fig. 11-3), and central (left to right; Fig. 11-4).
Twist the grill lifter (clockwise or counterclockwise) so
the handle is parallel to the grill rods. This “seats” the
spiked end of the grid lifter between two rods, enabling
you to safely lift out the grid. Lift slowly and adjust the
grid lifter, if necessary, for balance.
Fig. 11-2 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).
THE FLAVOR GRID(S)
Place each flavor grid directly over a burner or burner
pair. Center each grid over the burner, oriented as
shown in Fig. 11-5.
Fig. 11-3
Fig. 11-4
Placement of the grid lifter in cooking grid
Note: This allows heat from the burners to be evenly
distributed throughout the cooking area. The
flavor grids heat and cool quickly, making the
grill very responsive to changes in heat from
the burners.
Fig. 11-5
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CARE & CLEANING
APPLIANCE MUST BE COMPLETELY COOL WHEN
CLEANING. DO NOT SPRAY ANY CLEANER OR
LIQUIDS ON THE APPLIANCE WHEN HOT.
The appliance must be cleaned as often as once a month
(depending on use) to prevent grease build-up and other
food deposits.
in
Wipe with gra
INTERIOR
THE BURNER PORTS MUST BE KEPT CLEAN TO
ENSURE PROPER IGNITION AND OPERATION.
Remove the burner (see orifice changing instructions)
and clean the ports and slots as required. Also inspect
and clean the burner inlet for insects and nests. A clogged
burner can lead to a fire in the bottom of the appliance.
Fig. 12-1 - Wipe with grain
The inside of the appliance may be cleaned periodically PROTECTING YOUR APPLIANCE FROM THE
with oven cleaner if desired. Follow the oven cleaner WEATHER
instructions for proper use.
An optional cover will protect your appliance when not
Be careful not to get oven cleaner on the outside surface in use. (Allow to cool before covering.)
of the appliance as it can permanently damage the finish.
Please specify the model number and serial number
of your appliance when ordering a cover.
EXTERIOR
Stainless steel surfaces when exposed to temperatures
produced by the grilling process will change color. The
stainless steel will change color from silver to brown
and blue. This can be removed by using stainless steel
cleaner.
Clean your appliance by first using grill cleaner to remove
grease and dirt. Always wipe with the grain (See Fig.
12-1). Next, use stainless steel cleaner to restore the
stainless steel color (Note: not for mirror finish). Finish
by wiping your appliance down using polish wipes. To
clean any mirror finish (if applicable), use a quality
brand glass cleaner only, not any of the cleaners
mentioned above.
If your appliance is installed in a seaside (salt air) or
poolside (chlorine) location, it will be more susceptible
to corrosion and must be maintained/cleaned more
frequently. Do not store chemicals (such as chlorine 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.
By following these recommendations, you will enjoy the
beauty and convenience of your appliance for many years
to come.
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IMPORTANT
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.
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) Have gas company check the
operating pressure at the unit.
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 counterbalance.
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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WARRANTY
PETERSON FIRE MAGIC GRILLS AND ACCESSORIES
LIMITED WARRANTY
Robert H. Peterson Co. ("RHP") warrants your Fire Magic® grill to be free from defects in material and workmanship.
Fire Magic® cast stainless-steel burners, stainless-steel rod cooking grids, and stainless-steel housings are warranted for as long as you own
your Fire Magic® grill -- LIFETIME. (Except as noted below.)
Fire Magic Choice stainless steel tubular burners are warranted for TWENTY (20) YEARS.
Fire Magic® cast brass burners, brass valves, inner liners, manifold assemblies, and backburner assemblies (except ignition parts) are
warranted for FIFTEEN (15) YEARS.
Fire Magic® Electric Grills, including stainless steel grid, and housings are warranted for TEN (10) YEARS.
Fire Magic® Infra-red burners, flavor grids, Charcoal stainless steel grills, and Smokers are warranted for FIVE (5) YEARS; except for the
charcoal pan, charcoal grid, wood pellet screen, thermometer, and ash tray; which are warranted for ONE (1) YEAR.
Fire Magic® sideburners and all other Fire Magic® grill components (except ignition and electronic parts) are warranted for THREE (3)
YEARS.
Fire Magic® ignition systems (excluding batteries), electronic components (including lights and thermometers), and grill accessories are
warranted for ONE (1) YEAR.
A COPY OF YOUR SALES SLIP FOR PROOF OF PURCHASE IS REQUIRED
This warranty applies to the original purchaser for products which are installed in the United States or Canada and which are operated and maintained
as intended for single family residential usage. This warranty is valid only with proof of purchase, shall commence on the date of purchase, and shall
terminate (both as to original and any replacement products) on the anniversary date of the original purchase of the product stated on the above schedules.
This warranty covers defects in material and workmanship. This warranty does not cover parts which become defective as a result of negligence, misuse,
use not in compliance with the Owner’s Manual/Installation Instructions, accidental damage, improper handling, improper storage, improper installation,
lack of required routine maintenance (as specified in the Owner’s Manual/Installation Instructions), electrical damage, local gas impurities or failure to
protect against combustibles. Product must be installed (and gas must be connected) as specified in the Owner’s Manual/Installation Instructions by
a qualified professional installer. Modifications to products which are not specifically authorized will void this warranty. Accessories, parts, valves,
remotes, etc. when used must be Peterson products or this warranty is void. Warrantied items will be repaired or replaced at Peterson’s sole discretion.
This warranty does not apply to rust, corrosion, oxidation, or discoloration unless the affected part becomes inoperable.
This warranty does not cover labor or labor related charges, except as provided by separate specific written programs from the Peterson Co. All repair
work must be performed by a qualified professional service person and requires prior approval of Peterson.
Peterson may require the defective product or part to be returned to the factory to determine the cause of failure. Peterson will pay freight charges if
the product or part is determined to be defective. This warranty does not cover breakage in shipment from our (Independent) distributor to its customer
if the damage is determined to have occurred during that shipment.
This warranty specifically excludes liability for indirect, incidental, or consequential damages. Some states and provinces do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specified legal rights, and
you may have other rights that vary from state to state or province.
For additional information regarding this warranty, or to place a warranty claim, contact the R. H. Peterson dealer where the product was purchased.
TO REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ONLINE GO TO: WWW.RHPETERSON.COM,
AND CLICK ON PRODUCT REGISTRATION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PURCHASE.
Quality Check
Burner Orifices Nat.
Date:_________________
L.P.
Leak Test: ___________ Model#:
___________________
Main:
____ ____
Burn Test: ___________ Serial#:
___________________
Other:
____ ____
Gas Type:
Nat. / L.P.
Air Shutter: ___________________
Inspector:
___________________
Robert H. Peterson Co. • 14724 East Proctor Avenue • City of Industry, CA 91746
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