Evo Affi nity 30G Outdoor Gas Cooktop OWNER & INSTALLATION MANUAL

Evo Affi nity 30G Outdoor Gas Cooktop OWNER & INSTALLATION MANUAL

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OWNER & INSTALLATION MANUAL

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Evo Affi nity 30G

Outdoor Gas Cooktop

Certifi cation: UL 197-2010 | CSA C22.2 No. 109-M1981 (R2009)

Part #: Commercial models: 10-0054-NG, 10-0054-LP

Residential models: 10-0051-NG, 10-0051-LP, 10-0055-LP, 10-0055NG

Doc: OM-C&R-30G v3 5/2012

Copyright ©2012

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THIS MANUAL MUST BE RETAINED FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. READ, UNDERSTAND,

AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL.

DANGER

POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF NOT

AVOIDED, COULD RESULT IN DEATH

WARNING

POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF NOT AVOIDED,

COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY

CAUTION

POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS SITUATION WHICH, IF NOT AVOIDED,

MAY RESULT IN MINOR OR MODERATE INJURY.

CAUTION

Helpful tips and technique instructions are shown.

Notes

To Installer or Person Uncrating Grill:

Leave these instructions with purchaser.

To Purchaser:

Keep these instructions for future reference.

Complete Now For Future Reference

Model #_______________________________ Serial # _________________________________

Date Purchased ________________________ Location Purchased _______________________

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Date Installed __________________________ Location Installed _________________________

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Warnings

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FOR YOUR SAFETY

1. Do not store or use gasoline or other fl ammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

2. An LP Tank not connected for use shall not be stored in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

FOR YOUR SAFETY

If You Smell Gas:

1. Shut off gas to appliance.

2. Extinguish any open fl ame.

3. Remove grill cooking surface.

4. If odor continues, immediately call your gas supplier or your fi re department.

5. Evacuate all personnel from the area.

WARNING

It is the responsibility of the assembler/owner to assemble, install and maintain gas grill.

Do not let children operate or play near your grill. Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious personal injury and / or property damage.

WARNING

This symbol identifi es the most important safety messaging in this manual. When you see this symbol, be alert to the possibility of serious bodily injury if the instructions are not followed. Be sure to read and carefully follow all of the messages.

WARNING

Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death. Read the installation, operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.

WARNING

Grill is for outdoor use only. Grill should be operated in a well-ventilated space. Never operate near fl ammable liquids or vapors. Do not install or use grill within 36” of combustible materials from back and sides of grill. Grill shall not be located under unprotected overhead made of combustible construction. Do not ovstruct the fl ow of combustion and ventilation air, including ventilation of cylinder enclosures, if applicable.

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READ FIRST

IMPORTANT PRODUCT AND SAFETY INFORMATION

WARNING INSTALLATION OF THIS UNIT MUST BE DONE BY A QUALIFIED PLUMBER

AND ELECTRICIAN. INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN CAUSE INJURY

TO PERSONNEL AND/OR DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT. THIS UNIT MUST

CONFORM WITH ALL LOCAL CODES, OR IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL

CODES, WITH THE NATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, OR

THE NATURAL GAS AND PROPANE INSTALLATION CODE, CSA B149.1, AS

APPLICABLE INCLUDING:

1. THIS UNIT AND ITS INDIVIDUAL SHUTOFF VALUE MUST BE

DISCONNECTED FROM THE GAS SUPPLY PIPING SYSTEM DURING ANY

PRESSURE TESTING OF THE SYSTEM AT TEST PRESSURES IN EXCESS

OF 1/2 PST (3.5 kPa).

2. THIS UNIT MUST BE ISOLATED FROM THE GAS SUPPLY PIPING

SYSTEM BY CLOSING ITS INDIVIDUAL MANUAL SHUTOFF VALVE DURING

ANY PRESSURE TESTING OF THE GAS SUPPLY PIPING SYSTEM AT TEST

PRESSURES EQUAL TO OF LESS THAN 1/2 PSI (3.5 kPa).

WARNING DO NOT INSTALL THIS UNIT TO COMBUSTIBLE SURFACES, AND DO

NOT USE COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF ANY

COUNTER, STAND, OR OTHER DEVICE.

WARNING IMMEDIATELY AFTER CONNECTING GAS SUPPLY LINE AND BEFORE

FIRST IGNITION, CHECK ALL GAS CONNECTIONS WITH SOAPY WATER

TO TEST FOR LEAKS.

WARNING KEEP WATER AND ALL COOKING SPILL OVERS AWAY FROM FRONT

CONTROL PANEL AND ALL OPEN SERVICE AREAS. NEVER HOSE UNIT,

OR SPRAY UNIT WITH CLEANING SOLUTIONS.

CAUTION

CAREFULLY FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND

CONSTRUCT ALL COUNTER SPACE, STANDS, OR OTHER SURFACES TO

THE RECOMMENDED INSTALLATION SPECIFICATIONS AS OUTLINED IN

THIS MANUAL.

CAUTION

THIS UNIT IS HEAVY AND SHOULD BE INSTALLED BY TWO PEOPLE.

USE NECESSARY BLOCKING FOR LOCATING COOK SURFACE AND

CONNECTING TEMPERATURE SERSORS TO THE UNDERSIDE OF COOK

SURFACE.

CAUTION

ALWAYS KEEP ANY AND ALL FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS AND COMBUSTIBLE

MATERIALS AWAY FROM UNIT. DO NOT STORE TOWELS OR UTENSILS,

OR ANY OTHER ITEMS ON UNIT’S DRIP PAN.

CAUTION

DO NOT CLEAN THE COOK SURFACE WITH GRILL BRICKS OR CLEANING

SOLUTIONS. USE ONLY GRILL SCREENS AND GRILL PADS AND FOLLOW

THE PRESCRIBED METHOD OF CLEANING AS OUTLINED IN THIS

MANUAL.

NOTICE THE SERIAL NUMBER AND MODEL INFORMATION LABEL PLATE IS

LOCATED UNDERNEATH THE CONTROL PANEL.

NOTICE INSTALLATION OF ANY VENT HOODS OR FIRE EXTINGUISHER SYSTEMS

MUST CONFORM TO THE NATIONAL, STATE, AND LOCAL BUILDING AND

ALL APPLICABLE UNIFORM CONSTRUCTION CODES.

NOTICE DURING THE FIRST FEW HOURS OF OPERATION IT IS NORMAL FOR OILS

USED IN THE MANUFACTURING PROCESS TO BURN OFF AND GIVE AN

ODOR OR PETROLEUM SMOKE.

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FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY

This appliance shall only be used in an above ground open-air situation with natural ventilation, without stagnant areas, where gas leakage and products of combustion are rapidly dispersed by wind and natural convection.

Any enclosure in which the appliance is used shall comply with one of the following:

• An enclosure with walls on all sides, but at least one permanent opening at ground level and no overhead cover. See Figure1.

• Within a partial enclosure that includes and overhead cover and no more than two walls. See Figure 2 & 3.

• Within a partial enclosure that includes an overhead cover and more than two, the following shall apply:

-At least 25% of the total wall area is completely open; and

-At least 30% of the remaining wall area is open and unrestricted. See Figure 4 & 5.

• In the case of balconies, at least 20% of the total side, back and front areas shall be and remain open and unrestricted.

The following diagrams provide a diagrammatic representation of outdoor areas. Rectangular areas have been used in these fi gures - the same principles apply to any other shaped area

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Figure 1 - Enclosure with walls on all sides but no overhead cover.

Figure 2 - Partial Enclosure with overhead cover and no more than two walls.

Figure 3 - Partial Enclosure with overhead cover and no more than two walls.

Figure 4 - Open side at least 25% of total wall area.

30% or more intotal of the remaining wall area is open and unrestricted

This appliance is not intended to be installed in or on boats, and is not intended to be installed in or on recreational vehicles.

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EVO RESIDENTIAL LIMITED WARRANTY TERMS

Evo, Incorporated warrants to the original residential consumer-purchaser that the Evo grill shall be free from rust-through on all metal surfaces and shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal and reasonable use from the original date of purchase. Evo promises to replace, at its determination, any product or component that is defective and covered under this warranty for as long as you, the registered original consumer-purchaser, owns the grill. This is your sole and exclusive remedy. This warranty is for the benefi t of the original consumer-purchaser and is non-transferable. This warranty is subject to the limitations, exclusions and other provisions listed below.

Limitations Involving Materials and Components:

Warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear, which are expected over the course of ownership. The materials and components listed below are covered according to the following schedule from the original date of purchase:

• One Year – electrical and electronic components [including, but not limited to, electronic displays, overlay and membrane switches, temperature sensors (RTD and K-Value Thermal Couple), hot surface igniters, computers, transformers, heater elements, relays, igniters, ignition controllers, wiring, switches, encoders, outlets and plugs

• One Year – gas components [including, but not limited to, gas regulator, gas hoses, manifold assemblies]

• One Year – accessories and repair parts

The Warranty Registration Card (or online warranty registration form available at www.evoamerica.com/content/ residential-warranty-registration) must be completed and returned/submitted to Evo, Incorporated within 30 days from the date of purchase. The original purchase invoice or payment record must be retained and produced upon request if claims are made under this warranty. To receive a replacement Warranty Registration Card, write or call the address listed at the bottom of this page. Warranties are void if the original serial numbers have been removed, altered, or cannot be readily determined.

THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PRODUCTS PURCHASED AND LOCATED WITHIN THE UNITED STATES

OR CANADA.

WHAT IS NOT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY

1. Conditions and damages resulting from any of the following: a. Improper or inadequate installation, delivery, use, storage or maintenance b. Any repair not authorized in writing by Evo, Inc., any modifi cations, misapplications, or unreasonable use c. Improper setting of any control d. Harsh environmental conditions, including, but not limited to, continual seawater spray, high pressure water, and direct contact with corrosive chemicals and materials e. Excessive or inadequate electrical, or gas supply f. Accidents, natural disasters, acts of God g. Conditions covered by the purchaser’s insurance h. Cleaning supplies and fi lters

2. Products purchased or utilized for commercial use without the express authorization of Evo, Incorporated for such use

3. Labor not pre-authorized by Evo, Incorporated, and labor not performed by an authorized Evo service agency or representative

4. Pre-authorized warranty labor performed outside of normal business hours, and at overtime and premium rates

5. The cost of service or a service call to: a. Identify or correct installation errors b. Transport the product or component for service to/from the manufacturer or service center c. Instruct the user of the proper use of the product

6. The cost for any inconvenience, personal injury or property damage due to failure of the product, and cost of damage arising out of the transportation of the product which is covered under different terms with the carrier

7. Natural variations in color and fi nishes that are inherent to the material and unavoidable (and therefore not defects)

ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, SUITABILITY,

QUALITY AND/OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE EXPRESS

WARRANTY PERIODS SPECIFIED ABOVE FOR THE PARTS DESCRIBED THEREIN. EVO, INCORPORATED

MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY AND WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT OR INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL

OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES.

Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Neither Evo manufacturer representatives and dealers, nor the retail establishment selling this product has any authority to make any warranties or to promise remedies in addition to or inconsistent with those stated above.

The maximum liability to Evo, Incorporated in any event, shall not exceed the purchase price of the product paid by the original consumer-purchaser. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specifi c legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

Evo, Inc. | 8140 SW Nimbus Ave., Bldg 5 | Beaverton, Oregon 97008 USA

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EVO COMMERICAL LIMITED WARRANTY TERMS

Evo, Incorporated warrants to the original commercial foodservice purchaser that the Evo cooking, refrigeration and ventilation equipment shall be free from rust through on all metal surfaces and shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal and reasonable use for One Year from the original date of purchase from Evo, Inc. This warranty is for the benefi t of the original use purchaser and is non-transferable. Evo promises to replace, at its determination, any product or component that is defective during this initial one year period. Or as a resolution, Evo may at its option repurchase the product at its original purchase price. This is your sole and exclusive remedy. This warranty is subject to the limitations, exclusions and other provisions listed below.

Limitations Involving Materials and Components:

Warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear, which are expected over the course of ownership. The materials and components listed below are covered according to the following schedule from the original date of purchase from Evo:

• One Year – electrical and electronic components [including, but not limited to, electronic displays, overlay and membrane switches, temperature sensors (RTD and K-Value Thermal Couple), hot surface igniters, computers, transformers, heater elements, relays, igniters, ignition controllers, wiring, switches, encoders, outlets and plugs

• One Year – gas components [including, but not limited to, gas regulator, gas hoses, manifold assemblies]

• One Year – accessories and repair parts

• Ninety (90) Days - refrigeration components [including, but not limited to, compressor, evaporator, pressure control

units]

The Warranty Registration Card (or online warranty registration form available at www.evoamerica.com/content/ commercial-warranty-registration) must be completed and returned/submitted to Evo, Incorporated within 30 days from the date of purchase. The original purchase invoice or payment record must be retained and produced upon request if claims are made under this warranty. To receive a replacement Warranty Registration Card, write or call the address listed at the bottom of this page. Warranties are void if the original serial numbers have been removed, altered, or cannot be readily determined.

THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PRODUCTS PURCHASED AND LOCATED WITHIN THE USA OR

CANADA.

What is NOT COVERED by this warranty:

1. Conditions and damages resulting from any of the following: a. Improper or inadequate installation, delivery, use, storage or maintenance b. Any repair not authorized in writing by Evo, Inc., any modifi cations, misapplications, or unreasonable use c. Improper setting of any control d. Harsh environmental conditions, including, but not limited to, continual seawater spray, high pressure water, and direct contact with corrosive chemicals and materials e. Excessive or inadequate electrical, gas, or refrigeration supply f. Accidents, natural disasters, acts of God g. Conditions covered by the purchaser’s insurance h. Cleaning supplies and fi lters

2. Labor not pre-authorized by Evo, Incorporated, and labor not performed by an authorized Evo service agency or

representative

3. Pre-authorized warranty labor performed outside of normal business hours, and at overtime and premium rates

4. The cost of service or a service call to: a. Identify or correct installation errors b. Transport the product or component for service to/from the manufacturer or service center c. Instruct the user of the proper use of the product

5.The cost for any inconvenience, personal injury or property damage due to failure of the product, and cost of

damage arising out of the transportation of the product which is covered under different terms with the carrier

6.Natural variations in color and fi nishes that are inherent to the material and unavoidable (and therefore not defects)

ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, SUITABILITY, QUALITY

AND/OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE EXPRESS WARRANTY PERIODS

SPECIFIED ABOVE FOR THE PARTS DESCRIBED THEREIN. EVO, INCORPORATED MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY AND

WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT OR INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Neither Evo manufacturer representatives and dealers, nor the commercial establishment selling this product has any authority to make any warranties or to promise remedies in addition to or inconsistent with those stated above. The maximum liability to Evo, Incorporated in any event, shall not exceed the purchase price of the product paid by the original commercial-purchaser. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specifi c legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

Evo, Inc. | 8140 SW Nimbus Ave., Bldg 5 | Beaverton, Oregon 97008 USA

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INSTALLATION CHECKLIST

PAGE #

Follow unpacking instructions carefully

PREPARE COUNTERTOP FOR INSTALLATION 10-14

INSTALL 16-17

INSTALL PAN

INSTALL COOK SURFACE AND TIGHTEN FASTENERS 18-20

CONNECT GAS & CHECK FOR LEAKS 21-25

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Drip Pan

Unlatch pan from circular skirt, then carefully lift and separate drip pan from unit and place next to installation area. Take care

not to scratch drip pan during installation.

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UNPACKING COOKTOP COMPONENTS

Cook Surface: Lift and separate cook curface from unit and place next to installation area.

Use caution when lifting. The cook surface is heavy.

Drip Pan Gasket:

Gasket is secured to top of drip tray.

Remove gasket from drip tray

and set aside

for reinstallation.

Chassis:

Lift chassis from crating box and place on its side next to installation area.

Use caution since igntion components are exposed.

Metal Right Angle Brackets: Unscrew from unit and keep screws and brackets handy for fi rst installation step.

STEP 1: As you are unpacking the crate, make sure you locate all components before installation.

Ignition components are exposed during uncrating and installation.

Use caution and do not alter factory set positions.

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COMBUSTIBLE CLEARANCE DIMENSIONS

12” clearance to backwall from cooktop surface

36” clearance to ceiling from cooktop surface

Keep combustible materials at least 36” away from cooktop surface during operation

12” clearance to sidewall from cooktop surface

If installing Evo Affi nity 30G adjacent to a similar unit, keep at least 2” clearance from edge of drip pans.

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Minimum 3” clearance required under unit venting to 22 sq/in of combustible air.

The minimum environmental temperature for safe use of the

Evo Affi nity 30G should not go below 30 degrees F (-1 degree C).

Read the instructions carefully in this booklet to install the

Evo Affi nity 30G Cooktop to a stainless steel, stone or wood countertop surface.

Cabinet layout and construction may vary.

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R1818"

460.38mm

Cabinetry Box: minimum 3 cm below countertop surface

COUNTERTOP INSTALLATION (1 of 4)

TOP VIEW

262332"

678.51mm

131316"

350.52mm

Countertop with substrate underlayment

1318"

333.38mm

Countertop overhang to cabinet front

11532"

37.16mm

271932"

701.04mm

2734"

704.85mm

OPENING IN COUNTERTOP FRONT

STEP 2: Mark the fi nished position of the Evo Affi nity 30G drip pan on the countertop using the dimensions shown. The circular dimension of 18-1/8” is the diameter of the drip pan to the outside fl ange material thickness (located to the inside of the half-rolled bead edge). The drip pan cutout must be made precisely to these dimensions (or at a maximum +1/16”) so that the half-rolled top bead on the drip pan edge overhangs the cutout dimension by .25”.

(See following page for more details).

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COUNTERTOP INSTALLATION (2 of 4)

Black o-ring under drip pan bead

CORRECT ALIGNMENT OF DRIP PAN

AND CHASSIS TO COUNTERTOP

INCORRECT ALIGNMENT OF DRIP PAN

AND CHASSIS TO COUNTERTOP

Possible reasons for incorrect alignment:

1. Top of cabinetry box is less than 3 cm from countertop

2. Chassis mounting brackets are too high.

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STEP 2 continued: Make sure cabinetry box is 3cm (minimum) below countertop surface and mounting brackets are positioned correctly so drip pan and chassis are aligned to countertop(see diagrams above). A black o-ring is recessed in the top bead and designed to create a seal against the countertop.

Also ensure allowance for the countertop overhang as shown on the SIDE VIEW (see next

page).

When you have confi rmed the position is correct, cut the countertop and substrate.

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Metal

Right Angle

Mounting

Brackets

(supplied)

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COUNTERTOP INSTALLATION (3 of 4)

SIDE VIEW

2514"

641.35mm

7.65in

194.36mm

1316"

30mm

81532"

215.32mm

Finished cabinet face set back from fi nished countertop front edge

6916"

166.55mm

3X 22332"

69.21mm

Shelving or drawers can be installed under Affi nity

30G if desired.

Example of 3/8” tile with substrate for a minimum 3 cm (1-1/5”) overall. Make sure you allow for the countertop overhang as shown.

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COUNTERTOP INSTALLATION (4 of 4)

Example: Tiled countertop with substrate.

Finished countertop thickness should be

3 cm (1-1/5”).

FRONT VIEW

2734"

704.85mm

Cabinet

Framework

1916"

40mm

1316"

30mm

7.65in

194.36mm

Metal right angle mounting brackets supplied with unit are each 1/16” thick. Mount angle brackets as shown. Unit slides into framework and rests on top side of brackets. Brackets are slotted for fasteners at each four corners.

Shelving or drawers can be installed under Affi nity

30G if desired.

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STEP 3: Construct a bay for the Evo unit with your chosen cabinet system. Position and fasten the supplied mounting brackets 7.65” below the fi nished countertop surface.

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INSERT CHASSIS IN COUNTERTOP

Use supplied 1/4” fasteners to bolt chassis to angle brackets.

STEP 4: Slide the Affi nity 30G chassis into the countertop so it rests on top of the installed brackets. Bolt unit to angle brackets using supplied 1/4” x 20 fasteners from underside.

Gas Installation must be done by a licensed professional in accordance with local guidelines once unit has been completely installed. Refer to pages 21-

24 for further instructions.

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DRIP PAN INSTALLATION

Using a Phillips #3 fl at screwdriver, ensure captive fasteners on chassis skirt are threaded inward before drip pan is secured.

Drip Tray

Catches

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GRILL FRONT

STEP 5: Locate the two captive fasteners on the front of the chassis circular skirt and ensure they are threaded inward. Slide drip tray over chassis circular skirt positioning spillover slots to the corresponding slots of the top chassis deck. Notice the drip pan catches showing through the inside cutout locations of the circular chassis skirt. From the inside of the skirt, use each of the three latches to pull the drip pan down into the counter.

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DRIP PAN AND GASKET INSTALLATION

Use No. 3 Phillips screwdriver to secure drip pan at the access points.

drip pan gasket - seam at rear

A

CROSS SECTION OF

CHASSIS ACCESS SLOT

B

CROSS SECTION OF

DRIP PAN TOP

C

CROSS SECTION OF

DRIP PAN EDGE

Hook drip pan latch under chassis catch and tighten screw at chassis access slot.

drip pan countertop chassis skirt drip pan

Slip gasket ring onto top of drip pan so it creates a seal to the chassis skirt.

Ensure the black seal under the drip pan bead edge is touching the countertop.

STEP 6: Secure drip pan to chassis using access slot (A). Rewrap drip pan gasket around top of drip tray and secure (B). Ensure seal under drip pan edge is touching countertop(C).

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CONNECTING COOK SURFACE

IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT TWO INSTALLERS BE PRESENT INSTALL THE

COOK SURFACE.

SIDE VIEW OF FRONT

CAPTIVE FASTENERS

Place suitable protection on drip pan

(towel or cardboard).

Place cook surface vertically with Bullet

Fastener facing downward.

Using a Phillips #3 Flat

Screwdriver, back out each of the two front captive fasteners on the chassis skirt counter-clockwise until they stop. Do not twist fastener beyond the stop.

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STEP 7: Before picking up cook surface, rotate each of the two slotted captive fastener screws counter-clockwise and back them out fully. Then position the cook surface at the rear of the burner chassis by placing the cook surface in the area of the drip pan, separated by a towel or cardboard to prevent damage to the drip pan.

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INSTALLING COOK SURFACE

Cook surface support tabs

CUT AWAY VIEW OF REAR COOK

SURFACE SHOWING BULLET

ENGAGED IN CHASSIS SLOT

C

Rear bullet

A

BOTTOM-UP VIEW OF

REAR COOK SURFACE

B

STEP 8: Before lowering cook surface, ensure the two slotted captive fastener screws are backed out fully (see page 18). Then place cook surface over circular skirt with the three support tabs (located under cook surface) resting on the chassis skirt top. Position the rear support tab of the cook surface to the right of the rear seam of the chassis skirt (A). Then rotate the cook surface clockwise until the support tab is in line with the seam (B) and the rear bullet secures in the chassis slot (C) .

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INSTALLING COOK SURFACE

CUT AWAY VIEW OF FRONT

CAPTIVE FASTENERS

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Tighten two front captive fastener screws into fastener slots located underneath cook surface (non visible).

Lift surface slightly to check screws are secure in slots.

STEP 9: Tighten the two captive screws clockwise so they engage into the slots on the underside of the cook surface. Test to ensure screws are secure by lifting cook surface slilghtly. If screws are secure, cook surface should not move more than 1/16”. Remove all protective cardboard on cook surface and drip pan.

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CONNECTING GAS

FOR YOUR PROTECTION, WE RECOMMEND A QUALIFIED PLUMBER INSTALL

THIS COOKTOP. THIS PERSON SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH GAS SERVICE

INSTALLATIONS AND ALL LOCAL CODES. PROPER CONNECTIONS ARE

ESSENTIAL FOR EFFICIENT OPERATION AND SAFETY.

GAS SUPPLY

1/2 FNPT

Step 10: Connect Gas using stainless steel fl exible hose coupling supplied to outside gas service. All Affi nity gas grills ship pre-confi gured for Natural Gas (NG) service unless otherwise indicated on the Safety Label mounted to the right inside spillover drawer. If confi gured for

Natural Gas, the inlet pressure is at 7” Water Column (Fixed). If confi gured for LP Propane, the inlet pressure is at 11” Water Column (Fixed).

Refer to pages 21-24 for specifi c instructions regarding LP and NG connections, checking for gas leaks and recognizing abnormal gas operation (page 29).

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CONNECTING GAS - LP CYLINDER CONNECTION

Use the pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied with your Evo grill.

Recommended LP propane cylinder is a standard 5 gallon, 20 Lb., with a shutoff valve terminating in a cylinder valve outlet specifi ed and an (OPD) overfl ow

prevention device valve, compliant to current DOT specifi cations. If the cylinder is fi tted with a Type I Cylinder Connection Device, a protective dust cap must be installed on the valve outlet.

Standard POL Regulator Install

Figure 1

Tighten This Direction

Gas Shutoff Valve

Gas LP Cylinder

Quick Disconnect Hand-Wheel Regulator Install

Figure 2

Tighten This Direction Gas Shutoff Valve

Regulator

& Hose

Gas LP Cylinder

Note: Cylinder Collor removed from these illustrations for clarity

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1. Be sure both grill burner valves are in the Off position.

right) to a full stop.

4. Hold the supplied regulator in one hand and position the plastic coupling nut on the cylinder valve outlet threads using care to engage the center of the coupling nut to the center of the cylinder valve outlet. When completing this procedure, take care to not cross-thread the connection.

5. Observe the direction in Figure 1 and Figure 2 for installing the regulator threads to the cylinder valve. For a Standard POL Regulator turn the coupling nut counterclockwise (right to left) and tighten to a full stop. For the Quick Disconnect Regulator turn the coupling nut clockwise (left to right) and tighten to a full stop.

In the connection process, the regulator will seal on the back-check feature in the cylinder valve resulting in a slight resistance. The connection requires about a 1/2 to 3/4 additional turn to complete the connection. Tighten by hand only - do not use tools. If you cannot make the connection, disconnect the regulator and repeat steps 4 and 5.

If the unit is not in use, gas must be turned off at the supply cylinder. Inspect hoses before each use of the unit. If it is evident there is excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut, it must be replaced prior to the unit being put into operation. Regulator and hose assembly can be purchased from Evo by calling 866-626-1802 or from a local gas supply company.

Specifi cations for these parts are:

• LP Regulator: 90 degree w/ 3/8” Female SAE Inlet

• LP Hose: 60” Type #1 Low Pressure

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STORAGE, REMOVAL and TRANSPORTATION OF LP CYLINDER

STORAGE & REMOVAL OF LP GAS CYLINDER:

Never store LP gas cylinder indoors. When grill is stored indoors, shut cylinder valve off and disconnect cylinder from grill and remove to an outdoor location. Cylinder must be stored outdoors in well-ventilated area, away from and out of the reach of children.

Cylinder should not be alowed to remain in a high heat area such as a closed car, trunk, or in direct sunlight.

Loosen coupling nut located on regulator and cylinder valve by turning counterclockwise using hands only - do not use tools. Next loosen thumb screws securing cylinder to lower rack and remove tank. Install safety cap over cylinder valve coupling.

TRANSPORTATION OF LP CYLINDER:

Never remove or alter cylinder labeling. Labels contain critical information on the safe handling of gas products. The DOT requires that proper labeling must be in place before the products can be offered for transportation.

Transporting cylinders in cars, vans, or in any enclosed vehicle is extremely dangerous, and should be avoided. Never transport fl ammable gases in the trunk or passenger compartment of a vehicle.

Always install the protective cap on the cylinders when they are being transported, or any time they are not in use. If the cylinders were not designed to accept a protective cap over the valve, special care must be taken to prevent the valve from damage or opening during transportation.

Secure your cylinders. The Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations require that all compressed gas cylinders be secured from movement during transportation. Cylinders that can move can open accidentally, or roll off the vehicle into the path of oncoming traffi c.

Handling, storage and transportation of all gas cylinders must be in accordance with ANSI/

NFPA 58, Storage and Handling of Liquid Petroleum Gases, or CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and

Propane Installation Code.

WARNING

Do not store spare LP gas cyclinder under or near this appliance. Never fi ll cylinder beyond 80% full. Cylinder must be contructed and marked in accordance with the specifi cations for propane cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), or

CAN/CSA B339. If the above information is not followed exactly, a fi re causing death or serious injury may occur.

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CHECKING GAS LEAKS (LP)

DANGER

Do not ignite burners or use an open fl ame to check for gas leaks. Be sure there are no sparks or open fl ames in the area while you check for gas leaks. Flames and sparks will result in a fi re or explosion which can cause serious bodily injury or death and damage to property.

Note: All factory-made connections have been thoughly checked for gas leaks. The burners and ignition system has been fl ame tested. As a safety precaution, we recommend you recheck all fi ttings for leaks before using your Evo grill. Shipping and handling may loosen or damage a gas fi tting.

To perform a leak check you will need a solution of soap and water and a brush or rag to wet all gas connections.

1. Turn all control knobs to the OFF position.

2. Turn on gas supply and check for leaks by wetting the connections with the soap and water solution and watching for bubbles. If bubbles appear, or if a bubble grows, there is a leak.

Note: Since some leak test solutions, including soap and water, may be slightly corrosive, all connections should be rinsed with water after checking for leaks.

CHECK ALL GAS CONNECTIONS:

1. Hose to Regulator.

2. Regulator to Gas Supply connection.

WARNING

You should check for gas leaks every time you disconnect and reconnect a gas fi tting.

WARNING

Perform leak checks even if your grill was dealer or store assembled.

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CHECKING GAS LEAKS (NATURAL GAS)

DANGER

Do not ignite burners or use an open fl ame to check for gas leaks. Be sure there are no sparks or open fl ames in the area while you check for gas leaks. Flames and sparks will result in a fi re or explosion which can cause serious bodily injury or death and damage to property.

Note: All factory-made connections have been thoughly checked for gas leaks. The burners and ignition system has been fl ame tested. As a safety precaution, we recommend you recheck all fi ttings for leaks before using your Evo grill. Shipping and handling may loosen or damage a gas fi tting.

To perform a leak check you will need a solution of soap and water and a brush or rag to wet all gas connections.

1. Turn all control knobs to the OFF position.

Gas Coupling Disconnected

2. Slide back the collar of the quick disconnect. Push the male fi tting of the hose into the quick disconnect and maintain pressure while releasing the collar.

Gas Coupling Connected

Gas will not fl ow unless the quick disconnect is properly engaged.

4. Turn on gas supply and check for leaks by wetting the connections with the soap and water solution and watching for bubbles. If bubbles appear, or if a bubble grows, there is a leak.

Note: Since some leak test solutions, including soap and water, may be slightly corrosive, all connections should be rinsed with water after checking for leaks.

CHECK ALL GAS CONNECTIONS:

1. Hose to Manifold Connection.

Warning: If there is a leak where the hose connects to the manifold then retighten the fi tting with a wrench and recheck for leaks with soap and water. If leak continues after retightening the fi tting, tun off gas. DO NOT

OPERATE GRILL. Contact your local dealer or Evo Customer Service using the contact information provided with your manual.

2. Valves to Manifold Connections.

3. Hose to Quick Disconnect Connection.

WARNING

You should check for gas leaks every time you disconnect and reconnect a gas fi tting.

WARNING

Perform leak checks even if your grill was dealer or store assembled.

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CHECK INSTALLATION

Check to ensure the following items are complete:

PAGE #

DRIP PAN PROPERLY INSTALLED

Ensure that the drip pan half-rolled top bead overhangs

the cutout dimension by .25” and the black o-ring

is creating a seal against the countertop.

16-17

Black drip pan gasket should fi t properly and create a

seal where the drip pan meets the chassis skirt.

COOK SURFACE INSTALLED PROPERLY

Cook surface support rails should be sitting on

chassis top with rear bullet secure in rear slot and

two front fasteners tightened so cook surface does

18-20

GAS CONNECTION HOOKED UP PROPERLY

Check for gas leaks.

Check for proper operation.

INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE

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EVO AFFINITY 30G TEMPERATURE CONTROL

Inner Burner

Outer Burner

Inner Burner

Control Knob

Outer Burner

Control Knob

Inner Burner and Inner Control Knob - The Inner Burner is a 10” diameter gas fi red burner operating at 24,000BTU’s. This burner is controlled by the Inner or center-most control knob. Temperatures are adjustable from 225F° to 700F°. Starting at the Off position, the Inner Control Knob rotates 180-degrees counterclockwise through three positions.

Outer Burner and Outer Control Knob - The Outer Burner is a 20” diameter gas fi red burner operating at 24,000BTU’s. This burner is controlled by the Outer or outer-most control knob. Temperatures are adjustable from 225°F to 700°F. Starting at the Off position, the Outer Control Knob rotates 180-degrees counterclockwise through three positions.

Either the Inner or the Outer burners may be used independently to support a wide range of cooking techniques. Operating only the Inner burner provides direct temperature under the center of the cook surface, with indirect heat at the outside edge that is useful for holding pre and post cooking processes.

Conversely only the Outer burner can be used for cooking foods that may be displayed around the outside radius of the grill. Finally, both burners can be used together for maximum surface temperature and cooking versatility.

Because the burners are enclosed within a circular chassis and all heat is directed upward at the cook surface, cook surface temperature recovery is nearly immediate, providing a wide range of surface temperature adjustment and control.

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REMOVABLE SPILLOVER TRAYS

Spillover Slot

Removable Ninth-Pan

Spillover Tray

Drawer Pull

Recess

Removable

Drawer Slides

Do not operate cook top or clean drip pan into spillover slots without spillover trays installed in spillover drawers. Failure to install ninth-pan spillover trays will result in cooking grease contamination to the underside of drawer. This requires immediate drawer removal and cleaning.

The Affi nity grill has removable ninth-pan spillover trays concealed in sliding drawers on both the right and left side of the front control panel. When closed, these trays align with the drip pan Spillover Slots allowing cooking debris to be wiped from the pan into the slots and to the spillover tray below. It is very important to monitor the level of spillover in the trays, and immediately empty when they are near full.

Opening Spillover Tray Drawers - To open a drawer, grasp the drawer at its bottom side and pull forward. When grasping the drawer you will notice a Drawer Pull Recess which causes a reveal at the underside of the drawer. Place your hand under the drawer front and pull forward to extend the drawer until it stops.

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Do not allow spillover liquids or debris down spillover slots when drawers are open. Any liquids or debris that may fall into this area when drawers are open should be immediately wiped with a dry cloth, and keep this area clean at all times.

Removable Drawer Slides - The drawers are easily removed by fi rst extending the drawer, and then simultaneously depressing the recessed catches on both the inner and outer slide rails. Once removed, the drawer interior may be cleaned. Installation is the reverse of removal, taking care to install the rails into each corresponding rail guide.

Do not allow the spillover trays to overfl ow, and do not allow full trays to splash over edge when opening drawers. Spillover debris and liquids can be hot and cause burns, and/or damage to the internal operation of the grill.

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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS

BEFORE EACH USE: Inspect gas hose under unit. If it is evident there is excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut, please contact Evo for a replacement hose. See page 22 for further instructions.

Electronic Ignitor Lighting Procedure:

1. Read instructions carefully before lighting.

2. Cooking surface must be in place and secure before lighting.

3. Hold down the igniter button, then turn the Control

Knob to ‘Lite’. View the fl ame through the viewing holes in the Grill body to confi rm it is lit. If the burner is lit, turn the knob to ‘the desired setting to commence cooking.

4. If ignition does not occur in 5 seconds release igniter, turn the burner Control Knob off, wait 5 minutes, and repeat lighting instructions.

If after the repeated attempt the burner does not ignite, follow the manual lighting procedure below.

Control Knob

Match

Manual Lighting Procedure:

1. To light the burner manually, attach a match to the match holder supplied and light the match.

2. Feed the lit match through one of the fl ame viewing holes in the burner skirt above the control panel until it is close to the burner.

3. Turn the Control Knob to the ‘Lite’ position. View the fl ame through the opposite viewing hole in the grill body to confi rm it is lit. If the burner is lit, turn the knob to the desired setting to commence cooking.

4. Once the burner has been lit, remove the match and extinguish the match fl ame.

Match Holder

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RECOGNIZING ABNORMAL GAS OPERATION

Yellow Tip

Light Blue

Right

Flame

Wrong

Flame

Excessive

Yellow Tipping

Light Blue

Dark Blue Dark Blue

Any of the following are considered to be abnormal operation and may require servicing:

• Excessive yellow tipping of the burner fl ame (See diagram above).

• Sooting up of cooking utensils.

• Burners not igniting properly.

• Burners failing to remain alight.

• Gas valves, which are diffi cult to turn.

In case the appliance fails to operate correctly, contact the authorized service provider in your area.

Checking Venturi Tubes:

A clogged venturi tube due to insects and insect nests in the venturi tube may cause improper burner performance and diffi culty lighting your grill.

To check your venturi tubes:

• Remove the cooking surface and drip pan to access the valve cover located just above the center control knob.

• Remove the cover and inspect the venturi for insects and or insect nests.

• Compressed air is the best method for removing these obstructions.

Remove cooking surface and drip pan to access valve cover located just above center control knob.

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REPLACING ELECTRONIC IGNITOR BATTERY

Remove left drawer by unlatching the drawer from the slide. Make sure to lift the left black slider tab UP and the right black slider tab

DOWN simultaneously while pulling the drawer outwards.

A

B

Remove the battery cover located on the inside of the left drawer opening.

C

Remove the battery located on the inside of the left drawer opening.

If the ignitor does not work, you may need to replace the battery.

1. Remove the left spillover tray drawer by pulling outward and unlatching from the drawer slide

(A)

2. Remove the battery cover located on the right inside the drawer opening by lifting the tab upwards and swinging it out and downwards.

(B)

3. Pull the old 9V battery out and replace with a new one. Make sure to push it in all the way.

Place the cover back on and insert the spillover drawer carefully onto the slides.

(C)

4. If the ignitor is still not working, contact Evo Customer Support for an ignitor replacement.

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AFFINITY 30G DIMENSIONS

30”

762mm

Diameter

36 5/32”

914mm

11 7/32”

292mm

LPG Inlet

Hose Connection

Right Rear Quarter

21 7/32”

495mm

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COOK SURFACE MAINTENANCE

Regular cleaning and care for your Evo Affi nity 30G cooktop will keep it looking and functioning it’s best.

The cook surface is designed to hold a fi ne layer of cooking oil creating a ‘seasoning’ on its surface. This seasoning promotes a non-stick cooking surface and is easily maintained.

Caring for Evo’s cook surface is much like maintaining cast iron cookware. When the surface requires cleaning, there are a few basic cleaning techniques to use. For quick and routine cleaning between preparations, a metal spatula or scraper works for removing the majority of surface debris. For tougher areas or where sugars glaze the cook surface, pour a small amount of warm water on the soiled surface while the grill is warm and scrape the debris away with a spatula. Heat the cook surface to a high temperature and allow the sticky debris to become brittle. Once the debris is brittle, use the spatula or sraper to remove it. Afterwards wipe the cook surface with vegetable oil again before cooking.

To condition the Evo cook surface you should use the grill cleaning kit supplied with your grill. The grill cleaning kit contains a blue grill pad handle, grill cleaning screens, and grill grey polishing pads. Use the polishing pad after the grill cleaning pads to achieve a smooth cooking surface for the most delicate foods and applications.

To use a grill cleaning screen: With a warm cook surface, place one gray polishing pad between the grill handle base and the grill screen, so the grill screen makes direct contact with the cooking surface. Pour a small amount of vegetable oil on the cook surface and scrub the surface in a circular motion. The gray polishing pad allows excess oil to be absorbed and scours the cooking surface of carbonized debris. When fi nished scrubbing, wipe the surface down with a paper towel or cotton terry cloth.

The drip pan located just below the cook surface is designed to catch food debris and drippings from the cook surface. We recommend cleaning the drip pan after your grill has cooled to prevent the possibility of touching hot adjoining surfaces. The drip pan is easy to wipe out with soap and water using a kitchen sponge. For added convenience, two removable stainless ninth-pans are mounted inside retractable drawers at right and left side of the front control panel for collecting drip pan debris and spill overs. These spillover trays can be easily washed by hand or in a dishwasher. Be sure to empty the spillover trays after every use, and at a minimum, whenever they appear half full.

All the stainless steel components on your grill can be easily polished using a stainless steel cleaner/polish. The product we recommend is called “Sheila Shine” and is a commercial product normally available from industrial restaurant supply houses. Sheila Shine can be purchased from the Evo web site along with replacement grill cleaning and polishing pads. The Evo web site address is: www.evoamerica.com.

Thank You For Cooking With Evo!

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