OCI Use and Care Manual -
PROFESSIONAL GRILL
USE AND CARE MANUAL
MODELS:
OCIE26BQ
OCIE30BQR
OCIE30BQSR
OCIE36BQR
OCIE36BQAR
OCIE48BQR
OCIE48BQAR
A MESSAGE TO OUR CUSTOMERS
Thank you for selecting the Outdoor Concepts Professional Grill. We have worked hand in
hand with top designers to create a product that meets exacting standards and will provide
years of pleasurable, outdoor grilling.
Because the grill has features not found on any other, we recommend that you read this entire
booklet before your first use. Then, keep it in a handy place along with your sales receipt as it
has answers to many questions that may arise during use.
Please contact us at anytime if we can help you with questions about parts and use at
1 (714) 903-1885.
To register your grill please go to OCIPRODUCTS.COM and fill out the quick registration form.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 - WARNING
The Burning of gas cooking fuel generates some by products which are on the list of substances which are known
by the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. California law requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances. To minimize exposure to these substances, always operate this
unit according to the use and care manual, ensuring you provide good ventilation when cooking with gas.
TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANSI Z21.58a-1998/CGA 1.6a-M98 STANDARD FOR OUTDOOR
COOKING GAS APPLIANCES. THIS GRILL IS FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY.
Check your local building codes for the proper method of installation. In the absence of local codes, this unit
should be installed in accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code No. Z223.1-1988 and the National
Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70-1990.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
l SAFETY PRACTICES / PRECAUTIONS..................................................2-4
l GRILL MODELS............................................................................................5
l CLEARANCES/BTU RATING/L.P. TANK REQUIREMENTS........................6
l L.P. GAS HOOK-UP......................................................................................7
l NAT GAS HOOK-UP.....................................................................................8
l LEAK TESTING............................................................................................9
l LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS.......................................................................10
l SEAR BURNER MATCH LIGHTING...........................................................11
l ADJUSTMENTS & EFFICIENCY.................................................................12
l LOW END ADJUSTMENT...........................................................................13
l USING YOUR GRILL..................................................................................14
l USING THE SMOKER BURNER................................................................15
l USING THE ROTISSERIE BURNER..........................................................16
l REPLACING IGNITION BATTERY/MANUAL ROTISSERIE LIGHTING.....17
l BUILT IN CONSTRUCTION DETAILS........................................................18
l BUILT IN CLEARANCE DETAILS...............................................................19
l CARE & MAINTENANCE............................................................................20
l TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................21
l GRILLING HINTS & GRILL RECIPES...................................................22-26
l ROTIS RECIPES.........................................................................................27
l 26” BQ PARTS BREAKDOWN...............................................................28-30
l 30”, 36” & 48” BQ PARTS BREAKDOWN..............................................31-35
l WARRANTY.................................................................................................36
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND PRACTICES
Read this Care and Use Manual carefully and completely before using
your grill to reduce the risk of fire, burn hazard or other injury. Begin
by ensuring proper assembly.
lDo not repair or replace any part of the grill unless specifically
recommended in this manual. All other service should be referred to a
qualified technician.
lChildren should not be left alone or unattended in an area where
the grill is being used. Never allow them to sit, stand or play on or
around the grill at any time.
lDo not store items of interest to children around or below the grill
or in the cart. Never allow children to crawl inside of a cart.
lNever let clothing, pot holders or other flammable materials come in
contact with or too close to any grate, burner or hot surface until it has
cooled. Fabric may ignite and result in personal injury. For personal
safety, wear proper apparel. Loose fitting garments or sleeves should
never be worn while using this appliance. Some synthetic fabrics are
highly flammable and should not be worn while cooking.
lOnly certain types of glass, heat-proof glass ceramic, earthenware, or
other glazed utensils are suitable for grill use. Use of these types of
materials may break with sudden temperature changes. Use only on low
or medium heat settings according to the manufacturer’s directions.
lDo not heat unopened food containers as a build-up of pressure may
cause the container to burst.
lUse a covered hand when opening the grill lid. Never lean over an
open grill.
lWhen lighting a burner, always pay close attention to what you
are doing.
lWhen using the grill: do not touch the grill rack, burner grate or
immediate surrounding area as these areas become extremely hot and
could cause burns.
lDo not use the grill for cooking excessively fatty meats or products
which promote flare-ups.
lUse only dry potholders: moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces
may cause burns from steam. Do not use a towel or bulky cloth in place
of potholders. Do not let potholders touch hot portions of the grill rack.
Grease is flammable. Let hot grease cool before attempting to handle it.
Avoid letting grease deposits collect in the bottom of the grill. Clean
often.
lDo not use aluminum foil to line the grill racks or grill bottom. This
can severely upset combustion air flow or trap excessive heat in the
control area. The result of this can be melted knobs, and increased
chance of personal injury.
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FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flames.
3. Open lid.
4. If odor continues, immediately call your gas supplier or
the fire department.
WARNING
Do not try lighting this appliance
without reading the
“LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS”
section of this manual.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
1. Do not store or use gasoline
or other flammable vapors and
liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
2. An LP cylinder not connected for use shall not be stored
in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
1. This appliance is not intended
to be installed in or on recreational vehicles and/or boats.
2. Always maintain proper clearances.
3. This appliance shall not be
located under overhead unprotected combustible construction.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND PRACTICES
Always inspect the gas hose(s) before each use. If the hose shows evidence of
excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut, it must be replaced prior to operating
the appliance. Any replacement must be that specified by the manufacturer.
The pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied with the unit must be used.
Replacements regulators and hoses must be those specified by the manufacturer.
lFor proper lighting and performance of the burners keep the ports clean. It is necessary to clean them periodically for optimum performance. The burners will only operate in one position and must be mounted correctly for safe
operation.
lClean the grill with caution. Avoid steam burns; do not use a wet sponge or cloth to clean the grill while it is hot.
Some cleaners produce noxious fumes or can ignite if applied to a hot surface.
lInsect Warning!!! Spiders and insects can nest in the burners of this and any other grill, and cause the gas
to flow from the front of the burner. This is a very dangerous condition which can cause a fire to occur
behind the valve panel, thereby damaging the grill and making it unsafe to operate. Inspect the grill at least
twice a year.
lBe sure all grill controls are turned off and the grill is cool before using any type of aerosol cleaner on or around
the grill. The chemical that produces the spraying action could, in the presence of heat, ignite or cause metal parts
to corrode.
lDo not operate the grill under unprotected combustible construction. Use only in well ventilated areas. Do not
use in buildings, garages, sheds, breezeways or other such enclosed areas. This unit is for outdoor use only.
lKeep the area surrounding the grill free from combustible materials, trash, or combustible fluids and vapors such
as gasoline or charcoal lighter fluid. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
If the unit is stored indoors ensure that it is cool. If propane is used, the cylinder must be unhooked and the
propane cylinder stored outside in a well ventilated area, out of reach of children.
lDo not use briquettes of any kind in the grill.
lThe Professional Grill is designed for optimum performance without the use of briquettes. Do not place briquettes on the radiants as this will block off the area for the grill burners to vent. Adding briquettes can damage
ignition components and knobs, and void the warranty.
lKeep the back of the cart free and clear from debris.
lKeep any electrical supply cord, or the rotisserie motor cord away from the heated areas of the grill.
lNever use the grill in windy conditions. If located in a consistently windy area (oceanfront, mountaintop, etc.) a
wind break will be required. Always adhere to the specified clearances.
lNever use a dented or rusty propane tank.
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SAFETY PRACTICES & PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE:
Certain Liquid Propane dealers may fill liquid propane cylinders for
use in the grill beyond cylinder filling capacity. This “Overfilling”
may create a dangerous condition.
“Overfilled” tanks can build up excess pressure. As a safety device, the tanks pressure relief
valve will vent propane gas vapor to relieve this excess pressure. This vapor is combustible
and therefore can be ignited. To reduce this danger, you should take the following safety precautions:
1. When you have your tank filled, be sure you tell the supplier to fill it to no more than 3/4
(75%) of its total capacity.
2. If you own or use an extra spare tank, or have a disconnected tank, you should NEVER store
it near or under the grill unit or near any other ignition or heat source. A
metallic sticker with this warning is attached to the grill to remind you, your family and all
others who may use your BBQ grill of these safety precautions.
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GRILL MODELS
OCIE48BQR/OCIE48BQAR
OCIE36BQR/OCIE36BQAR
OCIE30BQR/OCIE30BQSR
OCIE26BQ
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CLEARANCES/BTU RATING/LP TANK REQUIREMENTS
CLEARANCE
To Non-Combustible Construction:
A minimum of 4" clearance from the back of the grill to non-combustible construction is required for the
lid to open fully.
To Combustible Construction:
Above and below the cooking surface, maintain a minimum of 12" from the sides and a minimum
of 12" from the back to adjacent vertical combustible construction.
Do not install this unit into combustible enclosures without an OCI insulated jacket!
LOCATION
When determining a suitable location take into account concerns such as exposure to wind, proximity to
traffic paths and keeping any gas supply lines as short as possible. Locate the grill only in a well ventilated area.
Never locate the grill in a building, garage, breezeway, shed or other such enclosed areas without an approved ventilation system. During heavy use, the grill will produce a lot of smoke.
Before any gas connections can be made, the cart must be assembled and the grill head mounted correctly
to the cart. Never connect an unregulated gas line to the appliance.
Total gas consumption (per hour) of the OCI Grill with all burners on “HI”:
26” Grill .......32,000 BTU 30” Grill ........56,000 BTU 36” Grill..........56,000 BTU 48” Grill..........84,000 BTU
30” Rotis.........14,000 BTU 36” Rotis.........14,000 BTU 48” Rotis..........16,000 BTU
36” Infra Red..23,000 BTU 48” Infra Red...23,000 BTU
36” Smoker.......5,000 BTU 48” Smoker........5,000 BTU
Total...............32,000 BTU Total...............70,000 BTU Total ...............98,000 BTU Total ..............128,000 BTU
The installation of this appliance must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the
national fuel gas code, ANSI Z223.1a-1988. Installation in Canada must be in accordance with the Standard Can1b149.1 and/or .2 (installation code for gas burning appliances and equipment) and local codes.
L.P. TANK REQUIREMENTS
A dented or rusty L.P. tank may be hazardous and should be checked by your L.P. supplier. Never use a
cylinder with a damaged valve. The L.P. gas cylinder must be constructed and marked in accordance with the specifications for L.P. gas cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT).The cylinder must be provided with
a shut off valve terminating in an L.P. gas supply cylinder valve outlet specified, as applicable, for connection type
Qcc1 in the standard for compressed gas cylinder valve outlet and inlet connection ANSI/CGA-V-1.
Manifold pressure: (operating):10" W.C., (non-operating):11" W.C.
L.P. GAS HOOK-UP:
Ensure that the black plastic grommets are in place and that the hose does not come into contact with the
grill head or the heat shield.
CONNECTION:
Grill orifice for use with L.P. gas comes equipped with a high capacity hose/regulator assembly for
connection to a standard 20 lb. L.P. cylinder (18-1/4" high, 12-1/4" diameter).
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L.P. GAS HOOK UP
L.P. Gas Hook Up (Type 1
or QCC-1 regulator):
Grill orificed for use with
L.P. gas come equipped with an L.P.
hose/regulator assembly for connection to a standard 20 lb. L.P. cylinder
(Type 1). The L.P. tank is not
included.
Connection: 1/2” NPT male with a
3/8” Flare adapter. L.P. Hose with a
quick disconnect and fittings are
included.
Operating pressure: 10.0” W.C.
Connect the 3/8” flare end of the L.P.
Hose to the brass adapter on the
manifold(underneath bottom left corner). Connect the Regulator to the tank (with the tank valve fully closed). Although the flow of gas is stopped when
the Type 1 system is disconnected, you should always turn the L.P. tank main valve off after each use and during
transport of the tank or unit. Insert the regulator inlet into the tank valve and turn the black coupler clockwise until
the coupler tightens up.
Do not overtighten the coupler.
Purging the system: Turn the main tank valve on and turn the burner control valves on the unit to the “ light”
position for about 20 seconds to allow the air in the system to purge before attempting to light the burners.
Do not attempt lighting the grill within 10 minutes after purging!
To disconnect the coupler, first make sure the main tank valve is turned off. Grasp the coupler and turn
counter clockwise. The inlet will then disengage, remove the inlet from the tank valve opening if it has not already
done so when it was disengaged. Your local L.P. filling station should be equipped with the proper equipment to fill
your tank. If trading your tank in, always ensure to obtain only Type 1 20 lb cylinders with an overfill protection
device.
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NATURAL GAS HOOK-UP
NATURAL GAS HOOK UP
CONNECTION: 1/2” NPT male with 3/8” flare adapter and SS corrugated gas line.
OPERATING PRESSURE: 4.0” W.C.
SUPPLY PRESSURE: 5” TO 4” W.C. if in excess of 4” W.C. a step down regulator is required.
Check with your local gas utility company or with local codes for instructions on installing gas supply
lines. Be sure to check on type and size of run, and how deep to bury the line. If the gas line is too small the
Grill unit will not function properly.
To hook-up the fittings supplied with the Elite Grill unit: Assemble as shown in figure to the right. Use
joint compound on male threads only.
Do not use joint compound on the flare end of the 1/2” NPT to 3/8” flare adapter. Ensure that the regulator arrow points in the direction of gas flow-towards the unit, away from the supply.
Do not forget to place a installer-supplied gas valve in an accessable location.
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LEAK TESTING
GENERAL
Although all gas connections on the grill are leak tested at the factory prior to shipment, a complete gas tightness
check must be performed at the installation site due to possible
mishandling in shipment, or excessive pressure unknowingly
being applied to the unit. Periodically check the whole system
for leaks, or immediately check if the smell of gas is detected.
Check all gas supply fittings for leaks before each use.
It is handy to keep a spray bottle of soapy water near the shutoff valve of the gas supply line. Spray all the fittings. Bubbles
indicate leaks. Always check for leaks after every L.P. tank
change.
BEFORE TESTING
Make sure that all packing material is removed from the grill including the burner tie-down straps.
Make a soap solution of one part liquid detergent and one part water. You will need a spray bottle, brush, or rag to
apply the solution to the fittings. For L.P. units, check with a full cylinder.
lDo not smoke while leak testing.
lNever leak test with an open flame.
TO TEST
Make sure all control valves are in the "OFF" position. Turn the gas supply on. Check all connections
from the supply line, or L.P. cylinder up to and including the manifold pipe assembly. Soap bubbles will appear
where a leak is present. If a leak is present, immediately turn off gas supply, tighten any leaking fittings, turn gas
on, and recheck. If you cannot stop a gas leak turn off the gas supply and call your dealer where you purchased
your grill . Only those parts recommended by the manufacturer should be used on the grill. Substitution can void
the warranty. Do not use the grill until all connections have been checked and do not leak.
Disconnected L.P. cylinders must have threaded valve plugs tightly installed, and must not be stored in a building, garage or any other enclosed area. The gas must be turned off at the supply cylinder when the unit is not in use. If
the appliance is stored indoors the cylinder must be disconnected and removed from the appliance. Cylinders must be
stored outdoors in a well ventilated area out of the reach of children.
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: IMPORTANT!
Before lighting . . .Inspect the gas supply piping or hose prior to turning the gas “ON”. If there is evidence of
cuts, wear, or abrasion, it must be replaced prior to use. Do not use the grill if the odor of gas is present while the
knobs are in the OFF position. The pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied with the unit must be used.
Never substitute regulators for those supplied with the grill. If a replacement is necessary, contact the factory for
proper replacement. Screw the regulator ( Type QCC1) into the tank. Leak check the hose and regulator connections with a soap and water solution before operating the grill.
To Light Grill: Turn all knobs to “OFF” then turn on the gas supply. Always keep your face and body as far
away from the grill as possible when lighting. Open the lid, push and turn the control knob to the “LITE” position
and immediately press the igniter button and hold. You’ll hear a snapping sound. At the same time a spark will be
provided at the grill burner. It may be necessary to hold the igniter button several seconds until the burner is lit.
Match lighting: If the burner will not light after several attempts then the burner can be match lit. If you’ve
just attempted to light the burner with the igniter, allow 5 minutes for any accumulated gas to dissipate. Keep your
face as far away from the grill as possible and hold a lit match over the hole located on the top left for burner on
the left, or the right hole for the right burner. Push and turn the control knob which is centered on the burner
where the lit match is located, to “LITE”. If the burner does not light in 4 seconds turn the knob “OFF”, wait 5
minutes and try again.
WARNING: Keep hands and face away from front of burner! STAND TO THE SIDE WHEN LIGHTING.
ONCE LIT MOVE HAND AWAY QUICKLY.
Cross lighting: Once the left or right burner is lit, the adjacent burner(s) can be lit by the cross lighting
method. For Center burners to cross light, light the adjacent far right burner using the standard or match light procedure. Push and turn the control knob for the desired center burner to “HI”. The gas will be ignited by the adjacent burner’s flame. If the burner does not light in 4 seconds, turn knob off, wait 5 minutes and try again. Please
note: cross lighting a grill burner next to an infra-red sear burner (36 & 48 models only) will not work!
Always cross light from the right burner to the left burner. The sear -burner cannot in any way be lit with
the cross lighting method! Please use the match lighting or normal ignition method for the sear burner if
your unit is equipped with an infra-red sear burner.
Please Note: Change your 9V battery at least two times per year to assure proper spark ignition. (See Battery
changing instructions later in this manual)
To Light Rotis: Open the lid, push and turn the control knob to the “LITE” position. Press and hold safety
button. Press and hold igniter button. You’ll hear a snapping sound. At the same time, a spark will be provided at
the rotis igniter. Hold the safety valve button in for about 5 seconds or until the burner remains lit. Once lit, turn
control knob to desired setting. If the burner does not light within 4 seconds, turn control knob to “OFF”. If the
igniter does not function, the burner can be lit by holding a lit match to the burner ( with the control knob at
LITE”).
l Do not attempt to “LITE” the grill if the odor of gas is present. Call for service.
l Keep a spray bottle of soapy water near the gas supply valve and check the connections before each use.
l Always ensure that the burner is properly resting on the orifice prior to lighting the burner.
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SEAR BURNER MATCH LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
TO MATCH LIGHT THE SEAR BURNER:
If you are unable to light Sear Burner using the 9 volt ignition source you can utilize the match holder to
match light the sear burner. Fit the match between the wire loops on end of match holder and light the match.
Position the lit match down between the cooking grill rack approximately 1/4” above the ceramic tile. Turn the
Valve to the lite/hi position to release gas to the burner. If burner does not light within 5 seconds, turn off burner,
wait 5 minutes and try again. If you are unable to light the burner within three attempts call a service representative.
NOTE: While holding match holder stick be careful not to hold hand over burner area as this may
cause serious burns or other personal injury.
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ADJUSTMENTS & EFFICIENCY
BURNER AIR ADJUSTMENT:
FIG.01
Each grill burner is tested and adjusted at the factory prior to shipment; however, variations in the local gas
supply may make it necessary to adjust the burners. The
flames of the burners should be visually checked and compared with Figure 01. Flames should be blue and stable
with no yellow tips, excessive noise or lifting. If any of these
conditions exist, check to see if the air shutter or burner ports
are blocked by dirt, debris, spider webs, etc. Proceed with air
shutter adjustment.
The amount of air which is entrained into a burner
is governed by a sheetmetal cup at the inlet of the burner
called an air shutter. It is locked in place by a set screw which must be loosened prior to lighting the burner for
adjustment. The air shutter adjustment screws are accessible with a phillips screwdriver, remove the burner by lifting rear end first. Loosen the lock screw of the air shutter. Make certain that the burners are sitting properly
on the orifices and light the burners. Adjust according to the following directions.
TO ADJUST GRILL BURNER FLAME:
Be careful as the burner may be very hot.
If the flame is yellow, indicating insufficient air, turn the air shutter clockwise to allow more air to the burner. If
the flame is noisy and tends to lift away from the burner, indicating too much air, turn the air shutter counterclockwise.
INSTALLER FINAL CHECKLIST
o Specified clearances maintained
to combustibles.
o Air shutters adjusted.
o All internal packaging removed.
o Pressure regulator connected and
set for 11"W.C. L.P. gas.
o Knobs turn freely.
o Unit tested and free of leaks.
o Burners are sitting properly on
orifices.
o User informed of gas supply shut
off valve location.
o Each burner lights satisfactorily,
individually or with adjacent
burner lit.
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USER, PLEASE RETAIN
THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
LOW END ADJUSTMENT
NOTE: THIS ADJUSTMENT SHOULD BE DONE WHEN CONVERTING TO NATURAL GAS AS WELL AS UPON FIRST USE.
LOW SETTING ADJUSTMENTS:
The valves on the Professional Grill features an
adjustable low setting. Due to fluctuations in gas pressure, heating value or gas conversion, you may feel it
necessary to increase or decrease gas flow in the low
position.
TO ADJUST:
1. Light the burner.
2. Turn the control knob to the lowest setting (all
the way counter-clockwise)
3. Remove the knob.
4. While holding the valve shaft with pliers, insert
a thin, flat tipped screwdriver into the shaft and
while viewing the flame adjust to a minimum
stable flame.
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USING YOUR GRILL
Each main burner is rated between 17,000 and 28,000 BTU depending on the grill model. The grill burners encompass the entire cooking area. Above the burners are stainless steel radiants. The igniter button is located
in the upper right portion of the valve panel.
NOTE: A hot grill sears the food, sealing in the juices. The longer the preheat, the faster the meat
browns and the darker the grill marks.
lDO NOT leave the grill unattended while cooking.
USING THE GRILL:
Grilling requires high heat for searing and proper browning. Most foods are cooked at the “HI” heat setting for Searing and then turned down to medium. However, when grilling large pieces of meat or poultry, it may
be necessary to turn the heat to a lower setting after the initial browning. This cooks the food through without
burning the outside. Foods cooked for a long time or basted with a sugary marinade may need a lower heat setting
near the end of the cooking time.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
Make sure the grill has been gas leak tested and is properly located.
Remove any packing material.
Light the grill burners using the instructions in this manual.
Turn the control knob to “HI” and preheat the grill for 15 minutes. The grill lid is to be closed during the
appliance preheat period.
Place the food on the grill and cook to the desired doneness. Adjust heat setting, if necessary. The control
knob may be set to any position between “HI” and “LO”.
NOTE: All 36” and 48” models feature an Infra-red Sear Zone. This Sear Zone can be used for
grilling items such as fish, meat & poultry. Pre-Heat Sear Zone Infra-red burner for 10
minutes prior to use. Once food is properly seared lower the burner setting to desired grilling
temp.
WARNING: When using grill burners DO NOT use rotis burner as this may cause injury or
severe burns.
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USING THE SMOKER SYSTEM
The smoker system on each grill consists of a stainless steel lift out tray which is positioned above a 4300
BTU/HR burner. The burner is controlled by a precision brass valve which is capable of being turned down to
very low heat levels. The system may be used alone for low temperature roasting and smoking or in conjunction
with any combination of other burners. When using the smoker system in conjunction with the optional infrared
rotisserie burner you’ll find it helpful to use the low setting of the smoker burner to minimize the heat rising up to
the rotis basting pan. Staggering the meat away from the smoker burner also helps.
To minimize burn potential do not remove the smoker tray when hot.
TO LIGHT THE SMOKER BURNER:
Open the lid and remove the smoker tray. Locate the burner visually by looking down through the grates.
Push and hold the ignition button, turn the control knob to the “HI” position until the burner is lit or 4 seconds
pass. If the burner doesn’t ignite wait 5 minutes for any accumulated gas to dissipate then try again. If the burner
will not light after several attempts, wait 5 minutes then match light using a long stemmed match or lighter
between the cooking grates. Once lit, fill the smoker tray and replace.
WOOD CHIPS:
There are many wood chips available for purchase and selection is based on personal taste. The most
common wood chips used are mesquite or hickory. Mesquite has a sweeter taste and is commonly used with poultry and seafood. Hickory is best suited for red meats. Use of oak, cherry, maple, aspen or apple is also common
while aromatic herbs like sage, bay leaves, thyme or basil may also be used. To start, you may want to use the
“HI” position to start the chips smoking, then reduce the heat to a lower level to prevent them from drying out and
flaming. If the wood chips do flame up, add a small amount of water to extinguish the flame. This should be done
carefully through the top in the grill area. Use caution when adding water to a hot tray to avoid steam burns,
and never remove a hot tray. When smoking, the lid should remain closed as much as possible to maximize the
effect. During extended roasting periods it is normal to add fresh wood chips to the tray several times.
ZONE GRILLING:
OCI Elite Series grills are designed with the executive chef in mind. We consulted a number of restaurant
chefs who make their living providing their discerning customers with 5 star grilled entrées. Their conclusion is
that our OCI Elite series grills provide exceptional searing power from the 28,000 BTU stainless steel main burners and the 23,000 BTU Sear Burner on the 36" and 48" grills makes for a perfect grilling combination. We have
also incorporated "zone grilling" into our line of OCI Elite Series Grills. Each of our burner areas is sectioned off
to provide the most efficient heat use of any grill on the market today. These removable stainless steel heat shields
direct the heat upwards to the cooking surface and not outward across the grill. The result is our OCI Elite Series
grills are built to perform.
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USING THE ROTISSERIE BURNER
Your Grill is capable of performing back burner rotis cooking. The location of the rear burner allows the
placement of a rotis basting pan (not included) beneath the food to collect juices and drippings for basting and
gravy. To flavor the contents of the basting pan, you can add herbs, onion, garlic, or spices. Hams are especially
good with the addition of pineapple slices and brown sugar to the basting pan. Light the rear burner as described
in the lighting instructions. Once lit, the rotis burner will reach cooking temperatures in about 1minute. The
orange/red glow will even out in about 5 minutes. The rotis motor is equipped with metal gears and is capable of
turning up to a 25 lb. cut of meat or poultry. WARNING: When using rotis burner DO NOT use grill burners as this may cause injury or severe burns
The motor is mounted to a metal channel which attaches to the right side of the grill. The rotisserie motor
must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-1990. The skewer for the rotis is assembled into the motor assembly by placing
the pointed end into the motor, and resting the grooved bushing on the support at the opposite side of the grill.
With the skewer pushed as far as possible into the motor, the skewer should rest on the opposite side of the grill
body.
To load the skewer begin with the handle in place, and slide one of the meat holders (prongs facing away
from the handle) onto the skewer. Push the skewer through the center of the food, then slide the second meat holder (prongs toward the food) onto the skewer. Center the product to be cooked on the skewer then push the meat
holders firmly together. Tighten the wing nuts with pliers. It may also be necessary to wrap the food with butchers
string (never use nylon or plastic string) to secure any loose portions. Once the food is secure insert the skewer
into the motor. It is normal for the skewer to flex when larger cuts of meat are being cooked.
Also, the motor is equipped with a halogen bulb (30, 36 & 48 models only) to provide light when other
sources of light are not sufficient. Use only a 50W Max. Halogen Narrow Flood replacement bulb.
Warning: Halogen lamps are constructed of a glass bulb with a pressurized internal tube that operates at
high temperatures and could unexpectedly shatter. should the outer bulb break, particles of extremely hot
glass could be discharged into the fixture enclosure and/or surrounding environment, thereby creating a risk
of personal injury or fire. When replacing the bulb, let the bulb cool, and assure that power to the light has
been turned off. Never allow the hot bulb to come into contact with water. DO NOT TOUCH the light bulb
when in use. They may be hot enough to cause injury.
After your first use of the rotis burner it is likely that the stainless steel adjacent to the burner will
darken to a dark blue color. This is a normal property of the stainless steel used on the Grill and does not
weaken the Metal.
WARNING: Keep the rotis motor electric cord away from the heated surfaces of the grill.
When not in use remove and store the motor in a dry location.
WARNING: Electrical Grounding Instructions this appliance (rotisserie motor) is equipped with a
three-prong (grounding) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be plugged directly
into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this
plug.
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MANUAL ROTIS LIGHTING/REPLACING IGNITION BATTERY
MANUAL LIGHTING:
To manually light the rotisserie, place a butane lighter or long handled match near the tip of the thermocouple. Turn the control knob to “HI”. Hold the safety valve button in for about 4 to 5 seconds or until the burner
remains lit. Once lit, turn the control knob to desired setting. If the burner does not light within 4 or seconds,
release the safety valve button and turn the control knob to “OFF” and wait 5 minutes before trying again.
REPLACING IGNITION BATTERY:
Remove grease pan. Open cart door or drawer. Remove old 9-volt battery as shown in figure 1. A pair
of needle nose pliers may be needed. The polarity direction on some models may vary. Pay attention to polarity
when removing battery. Install new 9-volt battery with the polarity in the same direction as the previous battery.
See figure 2.
FIG. 2
FIG. 1
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BUILT IN CONSTRUCTION DETAILS
The grill is designed for easy placement into masonry
enclosures. For non-combustible applications, the grill drops into
the opening shown at right and hangs from the trim kit (optional)
flanges. A deck is not required to support it from the bottom. If
you’re using an insulation jacket in combustible enclosures, the
jacket assembly must be supported from the bottom by a ledge
down each side or a solid deck beneath the entire jacket.
Review the detail drawings and take into account the
provisions shown for gas line hook-up clearance in the left rear
corner. It is recommended that ventilation holes are provided in
the enclosure in the event of a gas leak. The supporting ledges or
deck must be level and flat. The counter should also be level.
Insulated Jacket:
Do not build the grill under overhead unprotected combustible construction. If the grill is to be placed into a combustible enclosure, an OCI insulated jacket is necessary and is
available from your dealer. Use only Outdoor Concepts Inc. insulated jacket which has specifically been designed and tested for
this purpose.
IMPORTANT: Gas fittings, regulator, and installer supplied shut-off valves must be easily accessible.
Insulated Jacket layout for combustible enclosure:
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Standard layout for non-combustible enclosure:
BUILT IN CLEARANCE DETAILS
Model Shown: OCIE26BQ
Models Shown: OCIE30BQR/BQSR
OCIE36BQR/BQAR
OCIE48BQR/BQAR
Location:
When determining a suitable location take into account concerns such as exposure to wind, proximity to
traffic paths and keeping any gas or electrical supply lines as short as possible. Locate the grill only in a well
ventilated area. Never locate the grill in a building, garage, breezeway, shed or other such enclosed areas without
an approved ventilation system. During heavy use, the grill will produce a lot of smoke. Ensure there is adequate
area for it to dissipate.
Clearances to Combustible Construction:
Above and below the cooking surface, maintain a minimum of 12” from the sides and a minimum of 12”
from the back to adjacent vertical combustible construction.
Clearances to Non-combustible construction:
A minimum of 4” clearance from the back of the grill to non-combustible construction is required for lid
to fully open. A minimum of 6” clearance from both sides is required for the rotisserie motor and skewer handle.
The grill can be placed directly adjacent to non-combustible construction below the cooking surface.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
GRILL RACK
The easiest way to clean the grill is immediately after cooking is completed and after turning off the
flame. Wear a barbeque mitt to protect your hand from the heat and steam. Dip a brass bristle barbeque brush in
tap water mixed with a small amount of vinegar and scrub the hot grill. Dip the brush frequently in the bowl of
water. Steam, created as water contacts the hot grill, assists the cleaning process by softening any food particles.
The food particles will fall and burn. If the grill is allowed to cool before cleaning, cleaning will be more difficult.
STAINLESS STEEL
The Grill is made from non-rusting and non-magnetic stainless steel. There are many different stainless
steel cleaners available. Always use the mildest cleaning procedure first, scrubbing in the direction of the grain. To
touch up noticeable scratches in the stainless steel, sand very lightly with dry 100 grit emery paper in the direction
of the grain. Specks of grease can gather on the surfaces of the stainless steel and bake on to the surface and give
the appearance of rust. For removal use an abrasive pad such as a scotch brite pad in conjunction with a stainless
steel cleaner.
GRILL BURNERS
Extreme care should be taken when moving a burner as it must be correctly centered on the orifice
before any attempt is made to relight the grill. Frequency of cleaning will depend on how often you use the
grill. Ensure the gas supply is off and the knobs are in the “OFF” position. Make sure the grill is cool.
BURNER CLEANING
Clean the exterior of the burner with a wire brush. Clear stubborn scale with a metal scraper. Clear any
clogged ports with a straightened paper clip. Never use a wooden toothpick as it may break off and clog the port.
Shake out any debris through the air shutter. Use a flashlight to inspect the burner inlet to ensure it is not
blocked. If obstructions can be seen, use a metal wire coat hanger that has been straightened out.
ORIFICE CLEANING
With the burner removed, remove the orifice and shine a flashlight through the openings to ensure there is
no blockage. Use a needle to clear any debris. Be extremely careful not to enlarge the hole or break off the needle.
TO REASSEMBLE THE BURNERS:
Replace the burner by sliding the air shutter over the brass orifice, and insert burner tabs in burner mounts
at rear.
IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO CENTER THE BURNER ON THE ORIFICE
PROPERLY.
Be careful not to upset the air shutters’ original position (unless readjusting). Make sure it is level and
does not rock. Replace the radiant trays, make sure that it sits level and does not rock. Light all of the burners
and check for proper flame characteristics.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
WHAT TO DO
Grill won’t light when the igniter button is pressed.
Remove the grill rack and the radiant tray. With a mirror, watch the igniter
tip. You should see a spark jump from the tip of the igniter when the button
is pressed.
If there is no spark . . . is there gas supplied to the unit and is the line
purged of air? Can you match light the burner?
Do other burners on the unit operate?
Check the orifice for blockage.
Is the igniter tip clean and free from debris? Sand area lightly. Readjust for
3/16" gap.
Burner flame is yellow or
orange, in conjunction with
the odor of gas.
Check the burner inlet for obstructions.
Check the air shutter for proper adjustment. .
Is the grill in a dusty area?
Low heat with knob in “HI”
position.
Is the fuel hose bent or kinked?
Is there adequate gas supply available? If it is only one burner that appears
low, does the orifice or burner need cleaning?
Is the air shutter too far open or closed?
Is the gas supply, or gas pressure low?
Is the grill being preheated for 15 minutes?
If L.P., is there gas in the tank?
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GRILLING HINTS & COOKING CHART
The doneness of meat, whether rare, medium, or well done, is affected to a large degree by the thickness
of the cut. Expert chefs say it is impossible to have a rare doneness with a thin cut of meat. The cooking time is
affected by the kind of meat, the size and shape of the cut, the temperature of the meat when cooking begins, and
the degree of doneness desired.
When defrosting meats it is recommended that it be done overnight in the refrigerator as opposed to a
microwave. This in general yields a juicier cut of meat. Use a spatula instead of tongs or a fork to turn the meat,
as a spatula will not puncture the meat and let the juices run out. To get the juiciest meats, add seasoning or salt
after the cooking is finished and turn the meat only once (juices are lost when the meat is turned several times).
Turn the meat just after the juices begin to bubble to the surface. Trim any excess fat from the meat before cooking. To prevent steaks or chops from curling during cooking, slit the fat around the edges at 2-inch intervals.
DO NOT leave the grill unattended while cooking.
GRILL COOKING CHART:
FOOD
WEIGHT OR
THICKNESS
VEGETABLES
Fresh
Beets
Carrots
Turnips
FLAME
SIZE
Medium
APPROXIMATE
TIME
12 to 20 minutes
Slice. Dot with butter or
margarine. Wrap in heavy duty
foil. Grill, turning occasionally.
Grill, turning once. Brush occasionally with melted butter or
margarine.
Onion
1/2 inch slices
Medium
8 to 20 minutes
Potatoes
Sweet
Whole
Medium
40 to 60 minutes
6 to 8 ounces
High
45 to 60 minutes
Medium
15 to 30 minutes
White
Frozen
Asparagus,
Broccoli,
Brussel
Sprouts
Green Beans,
Peas
French Fries
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
AND TIPS
Wrap individually in heavy-duty
foil. Grill, rotating occasionally.
Dot with butter or margarine.
Wrap in heavy-duty foil. Grill,
turning occasionally.
Place in aluminum foil pan.
Grill, stirring occasionally.
Medium
15 to 30 minutes
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GRILL COOKING CHART
FOOD
MEATS
Beef
Hamburgers
WEIGHT OR
THICKNESS
APPROXIMATE
TIME
Medium
10 to 18 minutes
High
8 to 15 minutes
1 inch
1-1/2 inch
High
High
8 to 14 minutes
11 to 18 minutes
Medium
(160°)
1 inch
1-1/2 inches
Medium to
High
12 to 22 minutes
16 to 27 minutes
Well-Done
(170°)
1 inch
1-1/2 inches
Medium
Medium
18 to 30 minutes
16 to 35 minutes
Lamb
Chops & Steaks
Rare
(140°)
1 inch
1-1/2 inches
High
High
10 to 15 minutes
14 to 18 minutes
Medium
(160°)
1 inch
1-1/2 inches
Medium to
High
13 to 20 minutes
18 to 25 minutes
Well-Done
(170°)
1 inch
Medium
17 to 30 minutes
1 inch
1-1/2 inches
Medium
Medium
15 to 40 minutes
25 to 60 minutes
Medium
40 to 60 minutes
Steaks
Rib, Club,
Tenderloin,
Porterhouse,
T-Bone, Sirloin
Rare
(140°)
Pork
Chops
Ribs
1/2 to 3/4 inch
FLAME
SIZE
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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
AND TIPS
Grill, turning once when juices
rise to the surface. Do not leave
hamburgers unattended since a
flare-up could occur quickly.
Remove excess fat from edge.
Slash remaining fat at 2-inch
intervals. Grill, turning once.
Remove excess fat from edge.
Slash remaining fat at 2-inch
intervals. Grill, turning once
Remove excess fat from edge.
Slash remaining fat at 2-inch
intervals. Grill, turning once.
Cook well done.
Grill, turning occasionally.
During last few minutes brush
with barbecue sauce, turn
several times.
GRILL COOKING CHART
FOOD
WEIGHT OR
THICKNESS
FLAME
SIZE
APPROXIMATE SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
TIME
AND TIPS
MEATS
Pork
Ham Steaks
(precooked)
High
4 to 8 minutes
Remove excess fat from edge.
Slash remaining fat at 2-inch
intervals. Grill, turning once.
Medium
5 to 10 minutes
Slit skin. Grill, turning once.
Low or
Medium
1 to 1-1/2 hours
40 to 60 minutes
Place skin side up. Grill,
turning and brushing frequently
with melted
butter, margarine, oil or
marinade.
Medium
30 to 45 minutes
3/4 to 1 inch
Medium to
High
8 to 15 minutes
4 to 8 ounces
Medium to
High
12 to 20 minutes
1/2 inch
Hot Dogs
POULTRY
Broiler/Fryer
Halved or
Quartered
2 to 3 pounds
Breasts
FISH AND
SEAFOOD
Steaks
Halibut,
Salmon,
Swordfish
Whole
Catfish
Rainbow
Trout
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Grill, turning once. Brush with
melted butter, margarine or oil
to keep moist..
Grill, turning once. Brush with
melted butter, margarine or oil.
GRILL RECIPE SUGGESTIONS
BBQ SALMON
2 Large salmon steaks
Salt & pepper
2 Tbs. butter
Spring of parsley
2 Tbs. oil
2 Oz. Thin bacon slices
1 Tbs. lemon juice
Lemon wedges
Preheat the BBQ. Brush the steaks with oil and season with salt and pepper. Place on BBQ grill and cook for 10
minutes, turning steaks over halfway cooking time. Meanwhile fry the bacon in a pan on the side burner. Drain on
paper towels. Melt the butter in a small saucepan taking care not to discolor it. Arrange the fish and bacon on serving plates. Pour the butter over and sprinkle with lemon juice. Garnish with parsley springs and lemon wedges.
Serve with boiled potatoes tossed in butter and sprinkled with chopped parsley and a crisp lettuce salad.
Note: Substitute catfish, halibut or cod for salmon.
PORK CHOPS
4 Pork chops
1 Large onion
2 Tbs. Oil
2 Tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1 Tsp. Sugar
1 Clove garlic
Marinade
2 Tbs. Lemon juice or vinegar
1/2 Tsp. Powdered mustard
1/2 Tsp. Freshly ground black pepper
1/2 Tsp. Paprika
Peel, grate onion, add rest of the ingredients except the pork chops. Mix well. Pour over chops and marinate one
hour in a cool place. Turn the BBQ grill on full. Heat 10 minutes. BBQ the chops brushing with the marinade
occasionally. Serve with mixed salad, dressed with vinaigrette flavored with fresh dill.
BARBECUED LONDON BROIL
3/4
C. Italian dressing
1 Tsp. dry mustard
1 Medium onion, sliced
2 Tbs. butter, melted
1 Tsp. Worcestershire sauce
1/4 Tsp. thyme, crushed
11/2 Pound flank steak, scored
Combine first 4 ingredients, add onion and marinate flank steak with it. Refrigerate at least 4 hours or overnight.
Remove steak and grill on your preheated BBQ grill. Grill 5 to 7 minutes on each side basting frequently with the
marinade. In the meantime sauté onions from the marinade in butter in a skillet on your side burner for 3 minutes.
To serve, slice steak diagonally into thin slices, sprinkle onions over top. Garnish with vegetable kabobs.
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GRILL RECIPE SUGGESTIONS
BARBECUED POTATOES & CHEESE
11/2 Cups shredded cheddar cheese
1/3 Cup milk
1/4 Tsp. oregano
1/8 Tsp. pepper
1 Can (10 3/4 oz.) condensed cream of mushroom soup
2 Tbs. barbecue sauce
1/4 Tsp. salt
4 Cups thinly sliced potatoes (4 medium-sized potatoes)
Preheat grill. Combine cheese, condensed soup, milk, BBQ sauce, oregano, salt and pepper in a large mixing
bowl. Stir in potatoes until well coated. Turn into well buttered 11/2 quart rectangular baking dish. Cover dish
with aluminum foil. Bake covered 25 minutes on medium with the lid of your BBQ grill closed. Remove foil and
continue baking 15 minutes longer or until potatoes are tender. Let stand 5 minutes before serving.
BEEF AND LAMB KABOBS
1/2
1/2
2/3
1/4
Lb. boneless sirloin or beef cut into 1” cubes
C. water, divided
2 Tbs. soy sauce
1 Tbs. dark brown sugar
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/4 Tsp. ground coriander
1/8 Tsp. ground red pepper
1 Red pepper cut into chunks
8 Small mushrooms
Lb. boneless loin of lamb cut into1” cubes
C. chopped onion
1/4 C. vegetable oil, divided
1 Tbs. fresh lemon juice
1/4 Tsp. ground cumin
1/4 Tsp. ground turmeric
1/8 Tsp. ground ginger
1 Large banana, cut into chunks
1/3 C. smooth peanut butter
In blender, process 1/3 C. water, onion, soy sauce, 2 Tbsp. oil and the next 8 ingredients until smooth. Pour over
meat cubes and marinate about 4 hours, turning occasionally. Drain and reserve marinade. Onto to four 12” skewers alternately thread meat, pepper, banana and mushrooms. Preheat grill. Brush the kabobs with oil. Grill 7-8 minutes each side.Bring marinade to boil on the side burner in a saucepan. Add remaining 1/3 C. water and peanut
butter. Stir to blend. Heat through. If sauce gets too thick, add 1 Tbs. water. Serve sauce with kabobs.
TANGY SEAFOOD KABOBS
1 Lb. large shrimp, shelled & deveined
3/4 Lbs. sea scallops
1/4 C. cider vinegar
1 Tbs. vegetable oil
1/2 Tsp. prepared horseradish
1 20 Oz. can pineapple chunks in juice, drained
2/3
C. chili sauce
3 Tbs. chopped parsley
1 Tbs. Worcestershire sauce
1 Clove garlic, minced
In medium bowl, combine shrimp and scallops. In small bowl combine chili sauce and next six ingredients.
Pour over seafood. Toss to coat. Cover, refrigerate 2 hours. Half hour before cooking, turn the burner to the grill
on full. Drain seafood reserving marinade. On each of twelve 10” skewers, thread 2 shrimps and 2 scallops, alternating with pineapple chunks. Place skewers on grill. Cook 7-10 minutes, often basting and turning.
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ROTIS RECIPE SUGGESTIONS
SPARE RIBS
Marinade:
1/2 C. vinegar
1 C. soy sauce
1/2 C. honey
1/4 C. dry sherry
2 Tsp. chopped garlic
2 Tsp. sugar
1 C. water1 Chicken bouillon cube
1 Can beer for basting sauce
Marinade ribs for 3 hours. Use marinade for basting by adding beer to it. Place pan under the ribs and baste frequently. To cook ribs select lean, meaty ribs and accordion pleat them with your spit. Slide four prong meat hook
down the length of spit and tighten. At the beginning of the rack and to its center, penetrate the second rib with the
pointed end of the spit and push it between the meat. Skip a couple and continue the process until the entire rack is
accordion pleated. Fasten the second meat hook into the rack. Turn your rotis burner on high. Rotis for 50 minutes or
until done.
PORK ROAST
Apple Cider Vinegar Basting Sauce:
1 C. Apple Cider Vinegar
1/2 Stick butter
2 Oz. lemon juice
6 Oz. water
Salt, pepper, parsley and garlic seasoning
10 Lbs. pork roast
Time: 11/2 hours to 2 hours
Bring pork to room temperature before placing it on the spit rod. Place on the rod and test for balance. Light
rotis burner. Turn control knob to high. Use the above basting sauce for rotissing.
TURKEY
12 Lb. turkey
Beer Basting Sauce:
1 Can beer
1 Stick butter
1 Tsp. pepper
1 Tsp. parsley
12 Oz. water
1 Tsp. salt
1/2 Tsp. garlic flakes
Thaw the bird completely. Wash inside out. Securely tie the legs and wings. Light rotis burner. Turn to high.
Combine all the ingredients for basting sauce in a shallow pan. Place it under the turkey and baste the turkey every
15 to 20 minutes. Cook for approximately 3 hours. The basting sauce combined with turkey drippings makes a
delicious gravy.
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26” BQ PARTS BREAKDOWN-GRILL BODY ASSEMBLY
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
DESCRIPTION
GREASE PAN HANDLE
GREASE PAN
FRONT HEATSHIELD, 26”
BODY WELD ASSEMBLY, 26”
IGNITER ASSEMBLY, 26”
BURNER PERCH
10-24 X 1/2” SS TYPE 23 PH.SCREW
BACK PANEL, 26”
IR LINER PANEL, 26”
BLANK IR PANEL, 26”
TOP GREASE SHIELD, 26”
28
PART #
143673
143674
143495
126120
126156
143388
115001-26
143436-02
143445-02
143435-06
143496
26” BQ GAS SYSTEM/GRATES
ITEM
1
2
3
3X
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
DESCRIPTION
BQ MAIN BURNER VALVE
MANIFOLD
3/8-27 BRASS ORIFICE, #48 (NAT.)
3/8-27 BRASS ORIFICE, #56 (LP)
3/8 M. FL. X 1/2 FNPT BR. ADAPTER
U-BURNER
LP REGULATOR
NAT. REGULATOR
GRILL RACK
RADIANT
1/4-20 X 1/2” SS HEX BOLT
29
PART #
113006
118011
113001-48
113008
118033
112006-02
113007
113013
119018-01
143484
115003-05
26” BQ LID ASSEMBLY/VALVE PANEL/ROTIS SYSTEM
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DESCRIPTION
3/8 ALUM. SPACER
5/16” SS ACORN NUT
3/8 X 3/8 SS SHOULDER BOLT
LID HANDLE, 26”
LID WELD ASSEMBLY, 26”
1/4-20 X 1/2” SS HEX BOLT
LID HANDLE END CAP
LANDING LEDGE WELD ASSY
VALVE PANEL, 26BQ, SILKSCREENED
IGNITION BOX
8-32 X 3/8” FLAT PHILLIPS SCREW
PROFESSIONAL BQ KNOB
6-32 X 3/8 SS PH. PN HD. TYPE F
BEZEL
IGNITION SWITCH
10-24 X 1/2” SS TYPE 23 HEX SCREW
30
PART #
115020-03
115019-04
115089-04
126096-02
126188
115003-05
118026
143451-01
143446-02-PA
116026
115002-60
114015
115001-29
113014
116029
115001-52
30, 36 AND 48” BQ GRILL BODY PARTS BREAKDOWN
ITEM
1
1X
1XX
2
2X
2XX
3
4
4X
4XX
5
5X
5XX
6
7
7X
7XX
8
9
10
10X
DESCRIPTION
GREASE PAN 36”
GREASE PAN 48”
GREASE PAN 30”
GREASE PAN HANDLE, 36”
GREASE PAN HANDLE, 48”
GREASE PAN HANDLE, 30”
GREASE PAN ALIGNMENT ANGLE
BOTTOM PANEL 36”
BOTTOM PANEL 48”
BOTTOM PANEL 30”
BURNER BOX WELD ASSY 36”
BURNER BOX WELD ASSY 48”
BURNER BOX WELD ASSY 30”
RIGHT SIDE HEAT SHIELD
FRONT HEAT SHIELD 36”
FRONT HEAT SHIELD 48”
FRONT HEAT SHIELD 30”
IGNITION HEAT SHIELD
IGNITION SWITCH
IGNITION BOX, 30, 36
IGNITION BOX, 48
31
PART #
143567-03
143567-05
143567-04
143566-03
143566-05
143566-04
143593
143568-03
143568-05
143568-04
143655
143655-03
143655-02
143576-02
143570-02
143570-04
143570-03
143569
116029
116026
116026-02
30, 36 AND 48” BQ GRILL BODY PARTS BREAKDOWN
ITEM
11
12
13
13X
13XX
13XXX
13XXXX
13XXXXX
14
15
16
17
18
19
19X
20
20X
21
21X
22
22X
23
23X
23XX
24
24X
24XX
25
26
27
28
28X
28XX
28XXX
28XXXX
29
30
31
DESCRIPTION
SS ROLLER
SAFETY VALVE BRACKET
VALVE PANEL 36” BQR
VALVE PANEL 36” BQAR
VALVE PANEL 48”BQR
VALVE PANEL 48” BQAR
VALVE PANEL 30” BQR
VALVE PANEL 30” BQSR
ELITE BQ KNOB
6-32 X 3/8” SS PH. PN HD. TYPE F
ELITE SS BEZEL
IR COLLECTOR BOX ASSY
LEFT HEAT SHIELD
IGNITION TUBE WELD ASSY 36”, 48”
IGNITION TUBE WELD ASSY 30”
UPPER RIGHT PANEL LINER
UPPER LEFT PANEL LINER
UPPER RIGHT PANEL
UPPER LEFT PANEL
PORCELAIN IR PANEL 20”
PORCELAIN IR PANEL 23”
IR PANEL 36”
IR PANEL 48”
IR PANEL 30”
BACK PANEL 36”
BACK PANEL 48”
BACK PANEL 30”
ROTIS ACCESS PANEL
SAFETY VALVE BUTTON
SAFETY VALVE BEZEL
LOWER LEFT GREASE SHIELD 36, 48
LOWER RIGHT GREASE SHIELD 36, 48
CENTER GREASE SHIELD 36, 48
LOWER LEFT GREASE SHIELD 30”
LOWER RIGHT GREASE SHIELD 30”
CENTER AIR DIVIDER
SMOKER TRAY
SMOKER TRAY LID
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PART #
115041
143571
143555-04-PA
143555-07-PA
143555-06-PA
143555-08-PA
143555-05-PA
143555-10-PA
114015-02
115001-29
113014-02
143614
143576-01
143704
143705
143564-02
143564-01
143563-02
143563-01
143671-PA
143671-02-PA
143560-02
143560-05
143560-04
143561-02
143561-04
143561-03
143562
114025
114024
143618-02
143618-02
143583
143647-01
143647-02
143589
143573-02
143588
30, 36 AND 48” BQ GAS SYSTEM/GRATES
ITEM
1
2
2X
3
4
4X
5
5X
6
6X
7
7X
8
8X
8XX
8XXX
9
9X
9XX
DESCRIPTION
1/4-20 X 3/4 SS HEX HD BOLT
1/8” FNPT X 3/8 CC BRASS UNION
1/8”FNPT X 1/4 M. FLARE UNION
SAFETY VALVE, 1/8 NPT
1/8” MNPT X 3/8 CC BRASS UNION
1/8” MNPT X 1/4 M. FLARE UNION
SAFETY VALVE LOOP, 3/8 ALUM.
SAFETY VALVE LOOP, 3/8 SS
3/8-27 X 3/8” CC BRASS ELBOW
3/8-27 X 1/4” FLARE BRASS ELBOW
MAIN BURNER VALVE, BRASS
LOW OUTPUT VALVE, BRASS
ORIFICE, 30-36-48 U-BURNER, LP
ORIFICE, 30-36-48 U-BURNER, NAT
ORIFICE, 36-48 SMOKER, LP
ORIFICE, 36-48 SMOKER, NAT
MANIFOLD, 36
MANIFOLD, 48
MANIFOLD, 30
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PART #
115003-15
113016-02
113038
118240
113017-02
113037
143478
113035-02
113010
113036
113006
113006-02
113001-52
113001-38
113001-72
113001-60
118017-02
118017-04
118017-03
30, 36 AND 48” BQ GAS SYSTEM/GRATES
ITEM
10
10X
11
11X
12
13
14
15
15X
16
16X
16XX
17
17X
17XX
17XXX
18
18X
19
19X
19XX
19XXX
20
20X
21
22
23
23X
24
25
25X
DESCRIPTION
LP REGULATOR, 30-36
LP REGULATOR, 48
NATURAL REGULATOR, 30-36
NATURAL REGULATOR, 48
10-24 X 1/2” TYPE 23 SS SCREW
RADIANT TUBE KEEPER
RADIANT TUBE
RADIANT, TUBE, 36-48
RADIANT, W, 30
GRILL RACK, 36
GRILL RACK, 48
GRILL RACK, 30
ORIFICE, 30-36 ROTIS, LP
ORIFICE, 30-36 ROTIS, NAT
ORIFICE, 48 ROTIS, LP
ORIFICE, 48 ROTIS, NAT
3/8-27 X 3/4 X 3/8 CC BR. ELBOW
3/8-27 X 3/4 X 1/4 FLARE BR. ELBOW
ROTISSERIE SUPPLY TUBE, 36
ROTISSERIE SUPPLY TUBE, 48
ROTISSERIE SUPPLY TUBE, 30
3/8 SS CORRUGATED TUBE, 80”
304 SS U-BURNER, 36-48
304 SS U-BURNER, 30
304 SS SMOKER BURNER
CERAMIC SEAR BURNER
304 SS SEAR GRATE
304 SS ROD ALL GRILL GRILL RACK
ROTIS COLLECTOR BOX ASSY
20” CERAMIC ROTIS BURNER
23” CERAMIC ROTIS BURNER
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PART #
113007
113007-02
113013
113013-02
115001-26
126086
126085
126084
143648
112012
112014
119046
113001-57
113001-50
113008
113001-48
113002
113039
143665
143665-03
143665-02
113035
112013-01
112017-01
112009
112010
143664
112015
126128
113015
113033
30, 36 AND 48” BQ LID ASSEMBLY/ROTIS SYSTEM
ITEM
1
2
3
4
4X
4XX
5
5X
5XX
6
7
8
8X
8XX
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
16X
16XX
17
18
19
DESCRIPTION
3/8” ALUM. SPACER
5/16” SS ACORN NUT
3/8 X 1” SS SHOULDER BOLT
LID HANDLE, 36
LID HANDLE, 48
LID HANDLE, 30
LID WELD ASSY, 36
LID WELD ASSY, 48
LID WELD ASSY, 30
1/4-20 X 1/2” SS HEX HEAD BOLT
LID HANDLE END CAP
ROTIS ROD, 36
ROTIS ROD, 48
ROTIS ROD, 30
ROTIS FORK
10-24 X 3/4” SS FLAT PH. SCREW
ROTIS MOTOR/LIGHT ASSY
ROTIS FORK SCREW
ROTIS HANDLE
10-24 SS ACORN NUT
SS ROLLER BEARING
WARMING RACK, 36
WARMING RACK, 48
WARMING RACK, 30
ROTIS MOTOR MOUNT
1/4-20 X 1” SS MHCS
1/4-20 X 1” SS THUMBSCREW
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PART #
115020-03
115019-04
115089-01
143597-02
143597-04
143597-03
143658
143658-03
143658-02
115003-05
118026
143582-02
143582-04
143582-03
119005
115002-58
143660
115002-20
119042
115019-06
115041
119041-02
119041-04
119041-03
119053-PA
115006-02
115037
WARRANTY
Length of Warranty:
One (1) Year Full parts and Labor Covers the entire product
Five (5) Year comprehensive warranty covering the porcelainized cast iron grates, where applicable, grill
radiant assemblies, and drip pans. (Normal wear and abuse of porcelain excluded) Should structural deterioration
occur to the degree of non-performance, a replacement will be furnished (excluding scratches, discoloration or
surface corrosion).
Limited Lifetime Warranty to the original purchaser on all stainless steel components (excluding
discoloration or surface corrosion).
OCI Will Pay For
All repair labor and parts found to be defective due to materials or workmanship for one full year from
date of purchase. This does not apply if the unit was subjected to other than normal household use. Service must
be provided by Authorized Factory Agent during normal working hours. No charges will be made for repair or
replacement at the location of initial installation or factory for parts returned pre-paid, through the dealer and
claimed within the warranty period, and found by Outdoor Concepts to be defective.
Replacement will be F.O.B. OCI, and OCI will not be liable for any transportation costs, labor costs, or
export duties. This warranty shall not apply, nor can we assume responsibility for damage that might result from
failure to follow manufacturer’s instructions or local codes, where the appliance has been tampered with or altered
in anyway or which, in our judgement, has been subjected to misuse, abuse, negligence, or accident. This warranty
is in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied and all other obligations or liabilities related to the sale or use
of its grill products.
OCI Will Not Pay For
lInstallation or start-up, damages or problems caused by improper installation or use.
lShipping costs.
lShipping damage.
lService by an unauthorized agency.
lDamage or repairs due to service by an unauthorized agency or the use of unauthorized parts.
lService during other than normal working hours.
lImproper installation, such as improper hook-up, etc. Or to correct normal adjustments or settings, due to
improper installation, commissioning or local gas supply properties.
lService visits to teach you how to use the appliance; correct the installation; reset circuit breakers or replace
home fuses.
lRepairs due to other than normal household use.
lThe cost of a service call to diagnose trouble.
lRepairs due to Commercial usage.
lDamage caused from accident, abuse, alteration, misuse, abuse, incorrect installation or installation not in accordance with local codes.
lUnits installed in non-residential application such as day care centers, bed and breakfast centers, churches, nursing homes, restaurants, hotels, schools, catering etc.
This warranty applies to appliances used in residential applications; it does not cover their use in commercial
situations. This warranty is for products purchased and retained in the 50 states of the U.S.A., the District of
Columbia and Canada. This warranty applies even if you should move during the warranty period. This warranty
applies only to the original purchaser and may not be transferred. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You
may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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As product improvement
is an ongoing process,
we reserve the right to
change specifications or
design without notice.
Litho in USA 6/2007
Pa r t No . 110174 rev.
D
1
Westm i n s ter, Ca l ifo r n i a
(714) 903-1885
Fa x
92683
(714)
903-5805
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