Gas Outdoor Grill
OWNER’S MANUAL
ASSEMBLY AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
NOTICE TO INSTALLER:
LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
WITH THE GRILL OWNER FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE.
WARNING
HAZARDOUS EXPLOSION MAY RESULT IF THESE WARNINGS AND
INSTRUCTIONS ARE IGNORED. READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS AND
INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY, INCLUDING
DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
IMPORTANT SAFETY
WARNINGS
WE WANT YOU TO ASSEMBLE AND USE YOUR GRILL AS SAFELY AS POSSIBLE.
THE PURPOSE OF THIS SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
IS TO ATTRACT YOUR
ATTENTION TO POSSIBLE HAZARDS AS YOU ASSEMBLE AND USE YOUR GRILL.
WHEN YOU SEE THE SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
PAY CLOSE ATTENTION TO THE INFORMATION WHICH FOLLOWS!
READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
BEFORE ASSEMBLING AND OPERATING YOUR GRILL.
DANGER
FOR YOUR SAFETY:
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance at the LP cylinder and burners.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open the Lid.
4. If odor continues, leave the area and immediately call your gas supplier or your fire department.
WARNING
FOR YOUR SAFETY:
1. DO NOT store or use gasoline or other liquids with flammable vapors 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 to avoid the possibility of explosion.
DANGER
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DO NOT store a spare LP gas cylinder under or near this appliance.
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Never fill the cylinder beyond 80% full.
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A fire causing death or serious injury may occur if the above is not followed exactly.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Installation and LP Cylinder Specifications and Safe Use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–6
Connecting LP Cylinder and Hose / Regulator to Grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6–7
Leak Testing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8–9
Pre-start Check List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Lighting Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10–11
Operating Grill and Helpful Hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12–14
Proper Care and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14–16
Transporting and Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Trouble Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Frequently Asked Questions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18–19
Parts List and Assembly Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20–31
Grilling Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Warranty Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING: 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.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
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GENERAL WARNINGS
WARNING
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Never use natural gas in a unit designed for liquid propane gas.
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Never use charcoal briquets or lighter fluid in a gas grill.
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Leak test all connections before first use, even if grill was purchased fully assembled and after
each tank refill.
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Never check for leaks using a match or open flame.
CAUTION!
Strong odors, colds, sinus congestion, etc. may prevent the detection of
propane. Use caution and common sense when testing for leaks.
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Always keep your gas grill free and clear of gasoline, paint thinner, or other flammable vapors
and liquids or combustible materials.
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Always check the grill prior to each use as indicated in the "Pre-Start Check List" section of this
manual.
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DO NOT obstruct the flow of combustion or ventilation air.
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Never place more than 15 pounds on the side burner. DO NOT lean on the side burner shelf.
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Keep children and pets away from hot grill. DO NOT allow children to use or play near this grill.
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DO NOT leave the grill unattended while in use.
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DO NOT allow the gas hose to come in contact with hot surfaces.
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DO NOT allow grease from drain hole to fall on hose or valve regulator assembly.
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Keep any electrical supply cords away from water or heated surfaces.
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Keep a fire extinguisher on hand acceptable for use with gas products. Refer to your local
authority to determine proper size and type.
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For household use only. DO NOT use this grill for anything other than its intended purpose.
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DO NOT use while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
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Grill is hot when in use. To avoid burns:
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DO NOT attempt to move the grill.
Lock the wheels so the unit does not accidentally move.
Wear protective gloves or oven mitts.
DO NOT touch any hot grill surfaces.
DO NOT wear loose clothing or allow hair to come in contact with grill.
USE CAUTION AND COMMON SENSE WHEN OPERATING YOUR GAS GRILL.
FAILURE TO ADHERE TO THE SAFETY WARNINGS AND GUIDELINES IN THIS
MANUAL COULD RESULT IN SEVERE BODILY INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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WARNING
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FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY. DO NOT operate indoors or in an enclosed area such as a garage,
shed or breezeway.
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Use your grill OUTDOORS in a well ventilated space away from dwellings or other buildings to
prevent dangers associated with gas accumulation and toxic vapors. We recommend your grill
be situated at least 10 feet (3.1 m) from buildings.
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Maintain a minimum clearance of 24 inches (61 cm) between all sides of grill and walls or other
combustible material. DO NOT use grill under overhead unprotected combustible construction.
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DO NOT use or install this grill in or on a recreational vehicle and/or boat.
INSTALLATION INFORMATION:
The installation of this appliance must be in accordance with:
All applicable local codes, or in the absence of local codes, either:
• National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 NFPA 54
• Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code: CAN/CGA B149.1
• Natural Gas Installation Code: CAN/CGA B149.1 (Canada)
• Propane Installation Code: CAN/CGA B149.2 (Canada)
To check your local codes, see your local LP gas dealer or natural gas company. This grill was not
intended to be connected to a natural gas supply line. If an external electrical source is utilized, it
must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with
the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA 22.1.
WARNING
LP GAS CYLINDER (NOT SUPPLIED WITH THIS GRILL)
The LP cylinder is available for purchase at the same location the grill was purchased.
The LP (Liquid Propane) gas cylinder specifically designed to be used with this grill must have
a 20 lb. (9.1 kg) capacity incorporating a Type 1 cylinder valve and an over-filling protection
device (OPD).
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DO NOT connect this grill to an existing #510 POL cylinder valve with Left Hand threads. The
Type 1 valve can be identified with the large external threads on the valve outlet.
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DO NOT connect to a propane cylinder exceeding this capacity.
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DO NOT connect to a cylinder that uses any other type of valve connection device.
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CYLINDER SPECIFICATIONS:
When purchasing or exchanging a cylinder for your gas grill, it must be constructed and marked in
accordance with the specifications for LP gas cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation
(DOT) or the National Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339 Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for
Transportation of Dangerous Goods; and Commission, as applicable; and provided with a listed
over-filling prevention device (OPD), and provided with a cylinder connection device compatible with
the connection for outdoor cooking appliances.
The cylinder must also be equipped with:
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A shut-off valve terminating in a Type 1 gas cylinder valve outlet.
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A Type 1 valve that prevents gas flow until a positive seal is obtained.
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An arrangement for vapor withdrawal.
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A collar to protect the cylinder shut-off valve.
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A safety relief device having direct communication with the vapor space of the cylinder.
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A listed over-filling prevention device (OPD).
WARNING
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Turn off the cylinder valve when your grill is not in use.
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Handle the tank with care.
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Always secure the cylinder in an upright position.
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Never connect an unregulated LP gas cylinder to your grill.
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DO NOT expose LP gas cylinders to excessive heat or ignition sources.
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DO NOT store a spare LP gas cylinder under or near your grill.
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Allow only qualified LP gas dealers to fill or repair your LP gas cylinder.
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DO NOT allow the cylinder to be filled beyond 80% capacity.
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Read and follow all warnings and instructions that are on the cylinder and that accompany this
product.
DANGER
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Never store a spare LP gas cylinder under or near your grill. This could cause excess pressure
to be expelled through the vapor relief valve resulting in fire, explosion, or severe personal
injury including death.
NOTE: PROPANE GAS IS HEAVIER THAN AIR AND WILL COLLECT IN LOW AREAS.
PROPER VENTILATION IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT.
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Keep the ventilation opening(s) of the LP gas cylinder enclosure free and clear from
obstructions and debris.
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DO NOT insert any foreign objects into the valve outlet. Damage to the back-check could
result. A damaged back-check can cause a leak, possibly resulting in explosion, fire, severe
bodily harm, or death.
WARNING
FILLING THE LP GAS CYLINDER:
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Allow only qualified LP gas dealers to properly fill or repair your LP gas cylinder.
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New tanks should be purged prior to filling; inform LP gas dealer if you are using a new tank.
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DO NOT allow the cylinder to be filled beyond 80% capacity. Over-filled tanks can create a
dangerous condition. Over-filled tanks can build-up pressure and cause the relief valve to expel
propane gas vapors. The vapor is combustible and if it comes in contact with a spark source or
flame an explosion causing severe burns, bodily harm, or death could occur.
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Always use a protective cylinder cap when grill is not connected to cylinder.
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If you exchange a cylinder with a qualified exchange program, be sure the cylinder has
a Type 1 valve and an over-filling prevention device (OPD).
INSTALLING THE LP GAS CYLINDER ONTO THE GRILL:
1. Check that the cylinder valve is closed by turning the knob
clockwise.
2. Place the cylinder into the tank holder in the bottom
of cabinet.
3. Orient the cylinder such that the valve opening faces the
side burner, and so that the hose is not kinked or damaged.
4. Fully tighten the cylinder clamp underneath tank holder to
secure tank.
Tank Holder
5. Attach or detach regulator to the LP gas cylinder only
when cylinder is at rest in tank holder.
HOSE AND REGULATOR:
Your grill is equipped with a Type 1 connection device with
the following features:
1. The system will not allow gas flow from the cylinder until
a positive connection to the valve has been made.
NOTE: The cylinder valve must be turned off before any
connection is made or removed.
Cylinder Clamp
2. A thermal device that will shut off the gas flow if the device is
subject to temperatures above 240°F to 300°F (115°C to
150°C). If this should happen, remove the entire regulator
assembly and dispose of properly. A replacement regulator
assembly can be purchased by contacting customer service
at 800-527-0717. The cause of the excessive heat should be
determined and corrected before using your grill again.
3. A regulator flow limiting device, when activated, restricts the
flow of gas to 10 cubic feet per hour. If the flow limiting
device is activated, perform Regulator Resetting Procedure.
REGULATOR RESETTING PROCEDURE
1. Turn burner control knobs to "OFF”, turn off the cylinder valve and disconnect regulator from LP gas
tank. Wait approximately two minutes.
2. Reattach regulator and slowly turn cylinder valve back on. The flow limiting device will now be reset.
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WARNING
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Never use your grill without leak testing all gas connections and hoses. See the section on
"Leak Testing" in this manual for proper procedures.
WARNING
The pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied with your gas grill must be used.
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DO NOT attempt to connect it to any other fuel supply source such as a natural gas line.
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DO NOT use any other pressure regulator/hose assembly other than the one supplied with your grill.
Replacement pressure regulator/hose assembly must be part No 155-2600-0, which can be obtained
by contacting customer service at 800-527-0717.
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DO NOT attempt to adjust or repair the regulator. The regulator is designed to operate at a
maximum output pressure of 11 inches of water column (2.74 kPa).
During assembly and/or replacement of the gas cylinder, keep the gas supply hose free of kinks and/or
damage.
Visually inspect the hose assembly prior to each use for evidence of damage, excess wear, or
deterioration. If found, replace the assembly before using your grill. Only the manufacturer's supplied
replacement should be used.
WARNING
CONNECTING HOSE AND REGULATOR TO AN LP GAS CYLINDER
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Ensure the tank valve is CLOSED prior to connecting the LP gas cylinder to your grill. Turn the
valve knob clockwise to properly close the valve. Read and follow all instructions and warnings
on the supply hose safety tags. Read and follow all warnings in this manual concerning the safe
use of LP gas cylinders and the hose and regulator before connecting cylinder to grill. Read
and follow all warnings on the LP cylinder.
CONNECTING HOSE AND REGULATOR
1. Check that the cylinder valve is closed by turning the knob clockwise.
2. Check that the grill’s burner control knobs are in the "OFF" positions.
3. Remove the protective plastic cap from the cylinder valve and the connection device.
4. Hold regulator and insert the nipple of connection device into the LP cylinder valve outlet. Ensure that
the device is centered properly.
5. Turn the large coupling nut clockwise by hand and tighten to a full stop. Take care not to cross thread
the coupling nut onto the cylinder valve. Do not over-tighten the knob onto the valve. Do not use tools
to tighten connection.
NOTE: If you are unable to make the connection, repeat Steps 4 and 5.
6. Check that the hose does not contain kinks, does not contact sharp edges, and does not contact
surfaces that may become hot during use.
7. Leak check all fittings before lighting your grill. See section on "Leak Testing" in this manual.
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DANGER
LEAK TESTING:
To prevent fire or explosion hazard:
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DO NOT smoke or permit ignition sources in the area while conducting a leak test.
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Perform test OUTDOORS only in a well ventilated area.
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Never perform a leak test with a match or open flame.
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Never perform a leak test while the grill is in use or while grill is still hot.
WARNING
WHEN TO PERFORM A LEAK TEST:
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After assembling your grill and before lighting for the first time, even if purchased fully assembled.
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Every time the LP gas cylinder is refilled or if any of the gas components are replaced.
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Any time your grill has been moved.
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At least once per year or if your grill has not been used for more than 60 days.
CHECKING FOR LEAKS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Create a mixture of 50% water and 50% liquid dishwashing soap.
Open the lid.
Ensure all control knobs are set to the "OFF" position.
Turn on the fuel supply at the cylinder valve. Turn the
cylinder valve knob one turn counter-clockwise.
5. Apply the soap water mixture to the following:
Watch For Bubbles
F
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A
Supply tank (cylinder) weld.
B
Connection nut to tank valve.
C
Back side of connection nut to brass
nipple.
D
Brass nipple connection into regulator.
E
Regulator connections to gas supply
hoses.
F
Gas supply hose connection to side
burner valve assembly.
G
Side burner valve stem cap.
H
Side burner connection to hose.
I
Hose connection to gas manifold.
D
J
The full length of gas supply hose.
C
K
Tank valve to cylinder.
B
G
H
J
E
K
A
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6. Check each place listed (A– K) for growing bubbles which indicates a leak.
7. Turn off gas supply at cylinder valve.
8. Turn on control knobs to release gas pressure in hose.
9. Turn control knobs to "OFF" position.
10. Tighten any leaking connections.
11. Repeat soapy water test until no leaks are detected.
12. Turn off gas supply at cylinder valve until you are ready to use your grill.
13. Wash off soapy residue with cold water and towel dry.
14. Wait 5 minutes to allow all gas to evacuate the area before lighting grill.
CAUTION!
DO NOT use the grill if leaks cannot be stopped. Contact a qualified gas appliance
repair service.
NOTE:
The leak test must be performed in an area that has adequate lighting in order to see if
bubbles are developing. DO NOT use a flashlight to check for bubbles.
WARNING
PRE-START CHECK LIST:
Property damage, bodily harm, severe burns, and death could result from failure to follow these
safety steps. These steps should be performed after the grill has been assembled and prior to each
use. DO NOT operate this grill until you have read and understand ALL of the warnings and
instructions in this manual.
PRE-START CHECK LIST:
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Ensure that the grill is properly assembled.
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Inspect the gas supply hose for burns, chaffing, kinks, and proper routing before each use. If it is
evident there is excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut, it must be replaced prior the grill being
used. Replace with hose and regulator, Model No. 155-2600-0, which can be obtained by contacting
customer service at 800-527-0717.
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Leak check all gas connections and hose. See section on "Leak Testing".
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Ensure that all electrical supply cords are properly grounded. Keep any electrical supply cord and the
fuel supply hose away from any heated surfaces. Hose should be at least 3 inches from hot surfaces.
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Position your grill on level ground in a well ventilated location, a safe distance from combustible
materials, buildings and overhangs.
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Properly place the empty grease tray under the grease drain hole in the bottom of the
grill to catch grease during use.
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DO NOT obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
WARNING
Read, understand and follow all warnings and instructions contained in this manual. DO NOT skip
any of the warnings and instructions contained in the preceding sections of this manual.
WARNING
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS:
Follow the instructions exactly.
1. OPEN THE GRILL LID before attempting to light a burner so that fumes do not accumulate inside
the grill. An explosion could occur if grill lid is down.
2. Check that all burner control knobs and the cylinder valve are turned to the "OFF" position.
3. Turn on the fuel supply by rotating the cylinder valve knob counter-clockwise to full open.
4. DO NOT stand with head, body, or arms over the grill when lighting.
LIGHTING THE MAIN BURNERS:
1. Open lid before lighting burner.
2. Make sure all control knobs are in the "OFF" position.
3. Select the burner to be lit. Push and turn the control knob of that
burner to the "HIGH" position.
4. Press the electronic igniter and hold for 3 – 5 seconds to light burner.
5. If ignition does NOT occur in 5 seconds, turn control knob to "OFF",
wait 5 minutes to allow gas to dissipate and repeat lighting
procedure.
6. Repeat steps 3 – 5 for lighting each burner. Always use electronic
igniter for lighting each burner. If burner does not ignite using the
push-button igniter, wait 5 minutes, see "Match Lighting the Main
Burners" section.
7. To turn off, turn each control knob clockwise until it locks in the "OFF" position. This does not turn off
the gas flow from the cylinder.
NOTE: If burner does not light or flame is too low, you may have spider or other insect blockage in burner,
or the flow limiting device has been activated. See "Burner Assembly/Maintenance" under Proper
Care and Maintenance, or "Regulator Resetting Procedure" under Connecting LP Cylinder and
Hose/Regulator to Grill.
MATCH LIGHTING THE MAIN BURNERS:
Lighting Hole
1. Open lid before lighting.
2. Turn the burner control knobs to "OFF".
3. Place a paper match in the end of the matchlighter. Strike the
match and place through lighting hole in the left hand side of the
grill to approximately 1/2" (1 to 2 cm) from the burner.
4. Turn on the FAR LEFT burner control knob to the "HIGH"
position. The burner should light within 5 seconds.
5. If the burner does not light, turn the control knob to "OFF" and
wait 5 minutes for gas to dissipate and repeat lighting procedure.
Matchlighter
6. Once lit, light adjacent burners in sequence by pressing in and rotating the control knob to
the "HIGH" position.
7. If the burner does not light within the first few attempts of match lighting, there is a problem with the
gas supply. Turn off the gas at the burner and cylinder. DO NOT attempt to operate the grill until the
problem is found and corrected. See "Trouble Shooting" section of this manual.
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LIGHTING THE SIDE BURNER:
1. Open lid before lighting side burner.
2. Make sure control knob is in the "OFF" position.
3. Push and turn side burner control knob to the "HIGH"
position.
4. Press the electronic igniter on the main control panel
and hold for 3 – 5 seconds to light burner.
5. If ignition does NOT occur in 5 seconds, turn control
knob to "OFF", wait 5 minutes to allow gas to dissipate
and repeat lighting procedure.
6. To turn off, turn each control knob clockwise until it locks
in the "OFF" position.
NOTE: If burner does not light or flame is too low, you may
have spider or other insect blockage in burner, or the
flow limiting device has been activated. See "Burner Assembly/Maintenance" under Proper Care
and Maintenance, or "Regulator Resetting Procedure" under Connecting LP Cylinder and
Hose/Regulator to Grill.
MATCH LIGHTING THE SIDE BURNER:
1. Open the lid to the side burner before lighting.
2. Turn the burner control knob to "OFF”.
3. Strike and carefully place a match approximately 1/2" (1 to 2 cm) from the burner.
4. Turn the side burner control knob to the "HIGH" position. The burner should light immediately.
5. If the burner does not light, turn the control knob to "OFF" and wait 5 minutes for gas to dissipate and
repeat lighting procedure.
6. If the burner does not light within the first few attempts of match lighting, there is a problem with the
gas supply. Turn off the gas at the burner and cylinder. DO NOT attempt to operate the grill until the
problem is found and corrected. See "Trouble Shooting" section of this manual.
NOTE:
Observe flame height when lit: Flame
should be a Blue/Yellow color between
1"– 2" when burner is on "HIGH”.
TURNING OFF THE GRILL:
1. Turn off the cylinder valve.
2. Turn all burner control knobs to the "OFF" position.
NOTE: Turn off LP cylinder first to prevent gas from being left in the system under pressure.
CAUTION!
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The cylinder valve should always be in the off,
or closed, position when the grill is not in use.
To turn off the cylinder valve,
turn knob clockwise until it stops.
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WARNING
OPERATING THE GRILL:
Never use Charcoal or Lighter Fluid inside your Gas Grill. Read and follow all warnings and
instructions contained in the preceding sections of this manual.
BREAKING IN YOUR GRILL:
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In manufacturing and preserving the components of your grill, oil residue may be present on the
burner and cooking surfaces of your grill.
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Before cooking on your grill for the first time you should preheat it for 15 minutes on "HIGH" to burn
off these residual oils.
PREHEATING THE GRILL:
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Prior to use, it is recommended that you preheat your grill. This ensures that the grilling surfaces are
at the desired temperatures to sear the food sugars when cooking. After lighting your grill, set the
main burner control knobs to the "HIGH" position for 10 to 15 minutes. Close the cover during the
preheat period.
CONTROLLING FLARE-UPS:
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Flare-ups are a part of cooking meats on a gas grill. This adds to the unique flavor of cooking on a
gas grill. Excessive flare-ups can over-cook your food and cause a dangerous situation for you and
your grill. Excessive flare-ups result from the build-up of grease in the bottom of your grill. If this
should occur, DO NOT pour water onto the flames. This can cause the grease to splatter and could
result in serious burns or bodily harm. If grease fire occurs close the lid and turn off the main burners
until the grease burns out. Use caution when opening the lid as sudden flare-ups may occur.
WARNING
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DO NOT leave your grill unattended while in use.
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DO NOT move grill when in use. Lock wheels in place to stabilize grill.
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DO NOT use water to extinguish flare-ups.
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Have fire extinguisher readily accessible suitable for use with gas appliances.
TO MINIMIZE FLARE-UPS:
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Trim excess fat from meats prior to cooking.
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Cook meats with high fat contents (chicken or pork) on Low settings or indirectly.
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Ensure that your grill is on level ground and the grease is allowed to evacuate the grill through the
drain hole in the bottom and into grease cup.
INDIRECT COOKING:
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Indirect cooking is the process of cooking your food without the heat source being directly under your
food. You can sear meats over a high flame on one side of the grill while slow cooking a roast on the
other (unlit) side of the grill.
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ROTISSERIE COOKING:
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Your grill was pre-drilled from factory to include mounting holes for a rotisserie (sold separately). Do
not use a rotisserie not specifically manufactured for this grill.
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Read and follow all instructions provided with the rotisserie. Save instructions for future reference.
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Do not use the side burner when using a rotisserie.
WARNING
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When using an AC current rotisserie, it must be electrically grounded in accordance with local
codes, or in the absence of local codes:
• In the US: The National Electrical Code – ANSI-NFPA No. 70 – Latest Edition
• In Canada: the Canadian Electrical Code – CSA C22.1
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The Rotisserie is equipped with a three pronged plug for your protection against electrical
shock. This plug should be plugged directly into a properly grounded 3 prong receptacle. Never
cut or remove the grounding plug. Any extension cord must also have a 3 prong receptacle.
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All electrical supply cords should be kept away from water and any hot surfaces of the grill.
USING OTHER FEATURES OF THE GRILL:
THE SIDE BURNER:
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The side burner can be used to prepare side dishes such as beans, potatoes, corn, or to warm
sauces.
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The burner valve can be adjusted from high to low depending upon your cooking demands.
WARNING
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Read instructions on lighting your grill to light the side burner.
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Never close the side burner cover when the burner is lit.
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Use a 10" diameter pot or smaller that does NOT have an extended handle when cooking on the
side burner. Center pot over burner.
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Never place more than 15 pounds on the side burner. The side burner is not constructed to hold
weight exceeding 15 pounds.
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Use caution to avoid bumping grill, side burner or pot to prevent pot from spilling contents
possibly leading to severe burns.
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DO NOT use side burner to deep fry food in oil to avoid dangers associated with oil igniting
creating a very dangerous situation.
GRILL COOKING TIPS
CLEANLINESS
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Always wash hands thoroughly with soap and hot water prior to handling food and after handling raw
meat, uncooked poultry or seafood.
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When using a platter to carry raw meat, uncooked poultry or seafood to the grill, make sure to wash the
platter thoroughly with soap and hot water before placing cooked foods back on the platter or use
different platters for raw and cooked foods.
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Never use the same utensils when handling raw meat, uncooked poultry or seafood unless you wash the
utensils thoroughly with soap and hot water.
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Never re-use marinade from raw meat or uncooked poultry on foods that have been cooked and are
ready to be served.
GRILLING TO PROPER TEMPERATURE
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Use a meat thermometer to be sure food has reached a safe internal temperature. You may order a
Commercial-quality thermometer from Brinkmann. For more information on this product and other
Brinkmann accessories, please refer to the accessory pages at the end of this manual.
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The US Department of Agriculture recommends the minimum temperature be reached for the
following food items:
Chops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 degrees F
Ground Meat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 degrees F
Pork . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .160 degrees F
Poultry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180 degrees F
Roasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 degrees F
Seafood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140 degrees F
Vegetables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145 degrees F
HELPFUL HINTS
•
If you pre-cook meat or poultry, do so immediately before grilling.
•
Never defrost meat at room temperature or on a countertop.
•
Refrigerate leftovers within 2 hours of taking food off the grill.
•
For additional information, please phone the USDA’s toll free Meat & Poultry Hotline at 800-535-4555.
PROPER CARE & MAINTENANCE
•
To protect your grill from excessive rust, the unit must be kept clean and covered at all times when not
in use. A grill cover may be ordered directly from Brinkmann by calling 800-468-5252 or 800-527-0717.
•
Wash cooking grills and heat distribution plates with hot, soapy water, rinse well and dry. Lightly coat
cooking grill with vegetable oil or vegetable oil spray.
•
Clean inside and outside of grill by wiping off with a damp cloth. Apply a light coat of vegetable oil or
vegetable oil spray to the interior surface to prevent rusting.
•
If rust appears on the exterior surface of your grill, clean and buff the affected area with steel wool or fine
grit emery cloth. Touch-up with a good quality high-temperature resistant paint.
•
Never apply paint to the interior surface. Rust spots on the interior surface can be buffed, cleaned, then
lightly coated with vegetable oil or vegetable oil spray to minimize rusting.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE:
•
Keep the appliance free and clear of combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors
and liquids.
•
•
Keep the ventilation openings of the cylinder enclosure free and clear of debris.
Visually check burner flames for proper operation (see pictorial in "Burner Assembly/Maintenance"
under Proper Care and Maintenance). Spiders or other insects can nest in the burner causing gas
blockage.
•
For safe grilling and peak performance of your grill, perform these checks at least twice per year or
after extended periods of storage.
•
Be sure to tighten up all hardware (nuts, bolts, screws, etc.) at least twice per year.
CAUTION! Some parts may contain sharp edges. Wear protective gloves if necessary.
•
Remove the cooking grills, heat distribution plates, and burners from inside your grill. Use a brush with
hot water and detergent to remove excess residue. NEVER use a commercial oven cleaner. Rinse
completely with water. Towel dry and replace all components as described in the assembly instructions.
BURNER ASSEMBLY/MAINTENANCE
•
Although your burners are constructed of cast iron, they may rust as a result of the extreme heat and
acids from cooking foods. Regularly inspect the burners for cracks, abnormal holes, and other signs of
corrosion damage. If found, replace the burner.
•
DO NOT obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air. Burner tubes can become blocked by
spiders and other insects building their nests. Blocked burner tubes can prevent gas flow to the
burners and could result in a burner tube fire or fire beneath the grill. To clean the Burner Assembly
follow these instructions to clean and/or replace parts of burner assembly or if you have trouble igniting
the grill.
1. Turn gas off at control knobs and LP cylinder tank valve.
2. Remove cooking grills and heat distribution plates.
3. Remove cotter pins from beneath each burner "foot" using a screwdriver or needle nose pliers.
4. Carefully lift each burner up and away
from valve openings.
5. Use a narrow bottle brush or a stiff wire
bent into a small hook to run through each
burner tube and flame port several times.
Debris
NOTE: Wear eye protection when performing procedure 6.
6. Use compressed air to blow into burner tube and out the flame ports. Check each port to make sure air
comes out each hole.
7. Wire brush entire outer surface of burner to remove food residue and dirt.
8. Check burner for damage, if any large cracks or holes are found replace burner.
IMPORTANT: Burner opening must slide over valve nozzle.
9. Carefully replace burners.
Valve Nozzle
10. Replace cotter pin beneath each burner and follow
the "Gas Leak Testing" section of this manual.
Relight burners to verify proper operation.
11. Replace heat distribution plates and cooking grills.
Burner Orifice
PROPER BURNER OPERATION
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COOKING GRILLS
•
Clean with mild soap detergent and water. A brass bristled brush or a nylon cleaning pad can be used
to remove residue from the stainless steel surfaces. Do not use steel wire bristles to clean the cooking
grills. Steel can cause the finish to chip or crack. DO NOT use a commercial oven cleaner.
HEAT DISTRIBUTION PLATES
•
Periodically, it may be necessary to inspect and clean the heat distribution plate to prevent excess
grease build-up. When the grill is cold, remove the cooking grill. Inspect the heat distribution plates
and replace if broken or damaged. Do not allow heat distribution plates to become damaged to the
extent that they may fall through onto the burners. Replace the heat distribution plates and cooking
grills and light the burners. Operate the grill on "HIGH" for 10 minutes to remove the excess grease.
WARNING
TRANSPORTING AND STORAGE:
•
Never move a grill when it is hot or when objects are on the cooking surfaces.
•
Make sure that cylinder valve is shut off. After moving the grill check that all gas connections
are free of leaks. Refer to instructions for Leak Testing.
•
DO NOT store a spare LP gas cylinder (filled or empty) under or near the grill.
•
Never store flammable liquids or spray canisters under or near the grill.
•
DO NOT extinguish grease fires using water.
•
If the outdoor cooking gas appliance is not in use, the gas must be turned off at the supply
cylinder.
•
Storage of an outdoor cooking gas appliance indoors is permissible only if the cylinder is
disconnected and removed from the outdoor cooking gas appliance.
•
Cylinders must be stored outdoors out of reach of children and must not be stored in a
building, garage or any other enclosed area.
•
When removing the grill from storage, spider webs or other debris may be blocking the burner.
See "Burner Assembly/Maintenance" under Proper Care and Maintenance.
BEFORE STORING YOUR GRILL:
•
Ensure that the cylinder valve is fully closed.
•
Clean all surfaces.
•
Lightly coat the burners with cooking oil to prevent excess rusting.
•
If storing the grill indoors, disconnect the LP tank and leave the LP tank OUTDOORS.
•
Place a protective cap cover on the LP tank and store the tank outdoors in a well ventilated area out
of direct sunlight.
•
Clean burner prior to use after storing, at the beginning of grilling season or after a period of one
month not being used. Spiders and insects like to build nests in burner tubes (especially during colder
months). These nests can cause fires in burner tubes or under grill.
•
If storing the grill outdoors, cover the grill with a grill cover for protection from the weather. A grill cover
may be ordered directly from Brinkmann by calling 800-468-5252 or 800-527-0717.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Problem:
Burner will not light
1. Check LP cylinder fuel level.
2. Bad electrode spark.
Check to see if the grill will match light.
Electrode or collector may need adjustment.
3. Burner may not be properly seated.
4. Burner may be obstructed.
5. The cylinder valve may be closed.
6. Regulator is not properly seated on cylinder valve.
Fire at control knob
1. Burner holes may be obstructed. See section on
"Burner Assembly/Maintenance" under Proper Care
and Maintenance.
2. Burner is improperly seated on control valve.
3. Gas connections may be loose.
Leak Check and tighten all connections.
Yellow Flames at burner
1. Burner is obstructed. See section on
"Burner Assembly/Maintenance" under Proper Care
and Maintenance.
•
Flame blows out on "LOW"
1. Burner holes may be obstructed. See section on
"Burner Assembly/Maintenance" under Proper Care
and Maintenance.
2. Grill is not sufficiently preheated.
3. Burner is improperly seated on control valve.
•
Burner does not get hot enough
1. Flow control device has been activated in regulator.
See Regulator Resetting Procedure under
Connecting LP Cylinder and Hose/Regulator to Grill.
Grill is Too Hot
1. Excess grease build-up causing grease fires.
2. Damaged or faulty regulator.
Replace with factory authorized parts.
3. Cook on a lower temperature setting.
•
•
•
•
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Possible Causes:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Your grill's serial number and model number, and the contact information for Brinkmann Customer Service, are
listed on a silver label found on the back of the grill or on the grill body side, under the side shelf.
These questions and answers are for your general knowledge, and may not be applicable to your model grill.
Question: Why does my grill not light properly?
Answer: Always follow lighting instructions as listed on the control panel or in this manual. Also check these
causes:
•
Check LP gas supply.
•
Check to ensure all gas connections are secure.
•
The igniter AA battery may need replacing.
•
Ignition wires may be loose. Remove the battery, inspect the igniter junction box found behind the control
panel and connect any loose wires.
•
Spark electrode tips may need repositioning. With the gas supply closed and control knob set to the "OFF"
position, press the igniter button and have another person watch for the presence of a spark at the
electrode tips. The gap between the spark electrode tip and spark receiver should be about 3/16". If the
electrode tip needs to be adjusted, bend it to the appropriate gap distance.
•
Check that the end of each burner venturi tube is properly located over its gas valve orifice fitting.
•
There may be an obstruction in the gas line. To correct this, remove LP gas hose / regulator or natural gas
fuel line from your grill. Open gas supply for one second to test for obstruction. If no obstruction is present,
reconnect fuel line. If the fuel line is blocked, replace with a new hose / regulator assembly.
•
If an obstruction is suspected in the hose / regulator assembly, orifice or gas valves call Brinkmann
Customer Service at 800-527-0717.
Question: Why does my LP gas grill have a low flame or a flame with orange / yellow color?
Answer: You need to purge air from the gas line or reset the regulator's flow limiting device. Opening the
cylinder valve all the way or too quickly triggers the regulator’s flow limiting device to shut down the gas flow,
which prevents excessive gas flow to your grill. NOTE: This procedure should be done every time a new LP
gas tank is connected to your grill:
RESETTING THE REGULATOR FLOW LIMITING DEVICE
•
Turn control knob to the "OFF" position.
•
Turn off the LP gas tank at the cylinder valve.
•
Disconnect regulator from LP gas tank.
•
Let tank stand for two minutes.
•
Reconnect regulator to the LP gas tank.
•
Open grill lid or side burner lid. Turn the cylinder valve on slowly until 1/4 or 1/2 open.
•
Light the grill by following the instructions on your control panel or in this owner's manual.
Question: How and when do I clean the interior cooking components of my grill?
Answer: Use a fiber or brass cleaning brush to clean the interior or the grill, cooking grills, heat distribution
plates and grease containers. Never use a wire brush or metal scraper on porcelain-finished parts, as they can
scratch or chip the porcelain finish and promote rusting.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Cleaning Stainless Steel Cooking Grills: Wash grills with a mild detergent and rinse with hot water before
initial use and as needed. DO NOT use a commercial oven cleaner. For stubborn food residue, use a
degreaser and fiber or brass cleaning brush.
Cleaning Porcelain-Finished Cast-Iron Cooking Grills: Wash grills with a mild detergent and rinse with hot
water before initial use and as needed. For stubborn food residue, use a degreaser and fiber or brass cleaning
brush. Dry immediately using a soft cloth or paper towels.
Cleaning Heat Distribution Plate: Heat distribution plates should be cleaned whenever food or grease
drippings accumulate to reduce the chance of flare-ups. Wash heat distribution plates with a mild detergent
and rinse with hot water. Use a degreaser and fiber or brass cleaning brush to remove stubborn food residue.
Do not use a wire brush or metal scraper on porcelain-finished heat distribution plates, as they can scratch or
chip the porcelain finish and promote rusting.
Cleaning the Grease Tray and/or Grease Cup: The grease tray and/or grease cup (some models) should be
inspected before each grill use to reduce the chance of fire. Remove grease (a plastic spatula works well) and
wash all parts with a mild soap or degreaser and warm water solution.
Question: What causes grill parts to rust and what affect does it have on the grill materials?
Answer: Rusting is a natural oxidation process and may appear on cast-iron and steel parts. Rust will not
affect the short-term performance of your grill. Stainless steel grill parts will not rust. However, weathering and
extreme heat can cause a stainless steel lid to turn a bronze color. This is discoloration, not rust, and is not
considered a manufacturing defect.
Question: What causes my stainless steel grill lid to discolor and how do I clean my grill lid?
Answer: Smoke, weathering and high heat can cause a stainless steel grill lid to turn bronze in color. This is
not to be confused with rust and is not a product defect. Machine oils used in the manufacturing process of
stainless steel as well as cooking oils and a dirty grill lid can also encourage discoloration if the lid is not
cleaned prior to grill use. After your grill is assembled, remove the protective PVC film from your grill lid and
use a stainless steel cleaner and soft cloth to remove residual adhesive and oils from the inside and outside of
your grill lid. Never use abrasive cleaners or scrubbers. In addition to the initial cleaning, routine cleaning to
remove dirt, grease and oils will help discourage lid discoloration.
Question: Can I convert my grill from propane gas to natural gas?
Answer: No, your gas grill is manufactured to exact specifications and is certified for either propane gas or
natural gas use only. For your safety, conversion kits are not available. Any attempt to convert your grill will
void your warranty.
Question: Why does the hose / regulator assembly supplied with my grill not fit the older LP gas tank I’ve
used for years?
Answer: U.S. Government regulates gas appliances and LP gas tanks. When regulations were changed, the
LP gas tank fittings were updated to ensure compliance. If your LP gas tank does not fit the hose / regulator
supplied with your new grill, the tank is outdated and must be replaced. NOTE: Effective April 1, 2002, all LP
gas tanks sold must include an "OPD" overflow protection device. This internal device prevents the LP gas
tank from being overfilled. Tanks without an OPD valve cannot be refilled.
Question: Sometimes I hear a humming sound coming from my gas regulator. Should I be concerned?
Answer: The humming sound is gas flowing through the regulator. A low volume of noise is normal and will not
interfere with the operation of your grill. If the humming noise is loud and excessive, you need to purge air from
the gas line or reset the regulator flow limiting device following the Regulator Resetting Procedure under
Connecting LP Cylinder and Hose/Regulator to Grill. This procedure should be done every time a new LP gas
tank is connected to your grill. For help, refer to your owner’s manual or call Brinkmann Customer Service at
800-527-0717.
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PARTS BAG CONTENTS
Make sure you have all items listed under PARTS LIST and PARTS BAG CONTENTS before
you begin the installation process.
PARTS BAG CONTAINS:
Qty.
1
1
4
9
18
1
Screwdriver
Hex nut wrench
M6 X 12mm bolts
M6 X 12mm round head bolts
M6 X 60mm bolts
AA/1.5V Alkaline battery
Screwdriver
Hex nut wrench
AA /1.5V Alkaline
M6 X 12mm bolts
M6 X 12mm round head bolts
battery
M6 X 60mm bolts
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS & ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
BEFORE ASSEMBLING OR OPERATING YOUR GRILL.
WE RECOMMEND TWO PEOPLE WORK TOGETHER WHEN ASSEMBLING THIS UNIT.
The following provided tools are required to assemble this Brinkmann Pro Series 4400 Grill:
• Flathead Screwdriver (included)
• Hex Nut Wrench (included)
PARTS LIST:
1
1
Hood
2
1
Hood Handle
3
1
Warming Rack
4
3
Cooking Grills
5
3
Heat Distribution Plates
6
4
Grill Burners
7
1
Grease Tray
8
1
Grill Body Assembly
9
1
Grease Cup
10 1
Grease Cup Bracket
11 1
Side Burner Grate
12 4
Control Knobs
13 1
Temperature Gauge
14 1
Brass Burner Ring
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15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
Side Table
Door Bracket
Electronic Igniter Button
Electronic Igniter Spring
Side Burner Assembly
Side Burner Knob
Left Side Cart Panel
Right Side Cart Panel
Rear Cart Panel
Locking Casters
Bottom Cart Shelf
Doors
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
9
11
14
12
13
19
15
16
20
17 18
22
21
25
26
23
24
FOR MISSING PARTS, PLEASE CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE AT 800-527-0717.
(Proof of purchase will be required.)
Inspect contents of the box to ensure all parts are included and undamaged.
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Choose a good, cleared assembly
area and get a friend to help you put
your grill together. Lay cardboard
down to protect grill finish and
assembly area.
CAUTION! Some parts may
contain sharp edges.
Wear protective gloves
if necessary.
Step 1
Assemble bottom cart shelf and right
side cart panel assembly by using
four M6 X 60mm bolts (hand tighten
only at this point).
Step 2
Assemble bottom cart shelf and left
side cart panel assembly by using
four M6 X 60mm bolts. Tighten all
eight M6 X 60mm bolts at this time.
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NOTE: With the help of a friend,
turn the cart over. Try to
minimize the stress to the
side panels.
Locking Caster
Step 3
Attach locking casters to the bottom
of the cart. Tighten caster bolts
securely using hex nut wrench
provided in parts pack.
Hex Nut Wrench
NOTE: With the help of a friend,
turn the cart to its upright
position.
Step 4
Attach back cart panel by using six
M6 X 60mm bolts.
NOTE: Leave bolts hand tight until
Step 9.
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Step 5
Install door bracket using the four
M6 X 60mm bolts. Make sure door
stop is set toward back of cart.
NOTE: Leave bolts hand tight until
Step 9.
Spring Pin
Step 6
Insert right side door pivot into the
hole in bottom cart shelf. Then align
door with cart frame, depress
spring pin located on top edge of
door and slide door toward side
cart panel until spring pin locks into
hole in door bracket. Repeat for
other door.
Door Pivot
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Step 7
Attach the grease cup bracket onto
the back cart panel by inserting the
three tabs into the slots on the back
cart panel.
Grease Cup Bracket
NOTE: When performing Step 8,
Lift grill body from front and
rear panels to avoid injury
to hands and fingers.
Step 8
With the help of a friend, place grill
body assembly on grill cart. Grill
body will rest between upper side
sections of cart. Align front edge of
grill body assembly with front edges
of cart frame legs. Secure using
four M6 X 12mm bolts. At this point,
fully tighten six bolts holding back
panel from Step 4 and four bolts
holding door bracket.
GRILL LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS:
FOR OUTDOOR
USE ONLY
4400
ELECTRONIC
IGNITER
FOR ASSISTANCE,
CALL 800-527-0717
GRILL LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS:
FOR OUTDOOR
USE ONLY
4400
ELECTRONIC
IGNITER
FOR ASSISTANCE,
CALL 800-527-0717
Alignment
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Step 9
Attach side table to left side of cart
frame assembly. Insert four
M6 X 12mm round head bolts
halfway into cart frame assembly.
Step 10
Place table keyholes over bolts and
slide down, then tighten securely.
Step 11
Attach side burner to right side of
cart frame assembly. Insert four
M6 X 12mm round head bolts
halfway into cart frame assembly.
Step 12
Place side burner keyholes over
bolts and slide down, then tighten
securely. Fasten side burner front
panel to grill body with one
M6 X 12mm round head bolt.
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Step 13
Remove two M4 X 10mm bolts and
spring washers from the side
burner valve. Insert the side burner
valve stem through the hole in the
side burner table base, then firmly
seat the valve nozzle into the
burner venturi. Hold in place while
you perform Step 14.
Burner Venturi
Side
Burner
Valve
Valve
Nozzle
Warning: Never use your grill
without leak testing all
gas connections and
hoses. See the section
on "Leak Testing" in this
manual for proper
procedures.
Step 14
Place the bezel over the valve stem
and position over holes in side
burner base and side burner valve
assembly. Attach with two
M4 X 10mm bolts with spring
washers which come with valve.
Then install the side burner control
knob onto valve stem.
Step 15
Attach side burner igniter lead to
the electrode as illustrated.
Side Burner Igniter
Lead
Electrode
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Side burner grate
Step 16
Place side burner grate over side
burner.
Step 17
Insert grease tray into opening on
backside of grill. Make sure to slide
tray onto tracks as illustrated.
Grease Tray
Step 18
Grease Cup
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Slide grease cup into grease cup
bracket located under grill bottom
on backside of grill.
Step 19
Warming Rack
Place the heat distribution plates on
lower level of grill body assembly
directly above burners.
Cooking Grills
Heat Distribution
Plates
Step 20
Place cooking grills on support ribs
directly above heat distribution
plates.
Step 21
GRILL LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS:
FOR OUTDOOR
USE ONLY
4400
ELECTRONIC
IGNITER
Place warming rack in slots above
cooking grills.
FOR ASSISTANCE,
CALL 800-527-0717
Step 22
Remove igniter cap and insert battery
with positive end of battery toward
igniter cap. Ensure spring is in place
inside igniter cap. Replace igniter cap
and make sure the igniter is working
properly.
Igniter Cap
Battery
Step 23
Slide baskets into slots located on
inside of left door.
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Pro Series 4400 (Assembled)
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ACCESSORIES
RIB RACK
PROFESSIONAL SHISH-KABOB SKEWERS
Chrome-plated rack can greatly increase the cooking
capacity of your grill. Holds ribs, chicken halves,
potatoes and corn vertically to triple cooking capacity.
Allows smoke, steam and heat to penetrate food evenly.
These heavy-duty, 18" shish-kabob skewers are extra-long for fabulous
restaurant style kabobs. Made of rust
resistant stainless steel to last for years.
SET OF 12
812-2904-0
812-3310-0
SMOKER BASKET
SMOKE’N SPICE SEASONING
These custom blended spices are a delicious
marinade seasoning for smoke cooking and
grilling. Contains no MSG. Available in red and
white meat varieties in a money-saving 2-pack.
The unique basket weave prevents food from falling through the grill while
allowing smoke, steam and heat to flow into the food. Great for fish, shrimp,
vegetables and hors d’oeuvres.
812-3333-0
812-3322-0
MEATLOAF BASKET
The unique basket weave prevents meatloaf from falling
through the grill while allowing smoke, steam and heat to
flow into the food. Also, provides a convenient method for
lifting your meatloaf in and out of the smoker.
812-0073-0
COMMERCIAL-QUALITY MEAT THERMOMETER
An essential tool when cooking all types of meat. Get perfectly smoked
roasts, briskets and turkeys without cutting into the meat. Commercialquality thermostat features an easy-to-read 2 3/4" wide dial with a 5 1/4"
stem. Features Fahrenheit and Centigrade readings and National Livestock
and Meat Board recommended temperatures. Also
features the newly recommended 170°F internal temperature for fresh pork. Stainless steel construction
and dishwasher safe.
812-4100-0
CHICKEN AND TURKEY RACKS
These chromed steel racks hold chicken, cornish hen, duck or
turkey upright and are ideal for smoking, grilling or oven roasting
poultry. The rack allows the meat to cook from the inside as well
as from the outside. This speeds up cooking time, seals in flavorful juices and promotes even browning of skin. It’s a low fat way
to cook poultry because excess fat drips off the meat. When oven
roasting, place poultry on rack in a shallow pan of water to steam
baste to tender perfection. When grilling or smoking, simply place
poultry on rack atop the grill. Makes carving easier, too.
CHICKEN RACKS (SET OF TWO)
885-9015-0
STAINLESS STEEL
WOOD CHIP SMOKING BOX
Rugged stainless steel smoking box allows wood chips to
burn longer for richer smoke flavor and provides easy
cleanup of ashes. Ideal for charcoal, electric, gas smokers
and grills.
812-3311-0
TURKEY RACK
885-9025-0
LOOK FOR THESE AND OTHER BRINKMANN ACCESSORIES AT YOUR LOCAL RETAILER
WHERE SMOKERS ARE SOLD, OR ORDER DIRECT BY CALLING
800-468-5252
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©2004 The Brinkmann Corporation
Dallas, Texas 75244 U.S.A.
www.brinkmanncorp.com
WARRANTY
The Brinkmann Corporation warrants to the original purchaser that the Brinkmann ProSeries™ 4400 is free from defects
due to workmanship or materials for:
Die cast parts - Lifetime
Electronic ignition and burners - 1 Year
Remaining parts - 1 Year
The Brinkmann Corporation’s obligations under this warranty are limited to the following guidelines:
• This warranty does not cover grills that have been altered or damaged due to: normal wear, rust, abuse,
improper maintenance, improper use, disassembly of parts and/or attempted repair by anyone other than an
authorized employee of The Brinkmann Corporation.
• This warranty does not cover surface scratches, rust or heat damage/discoloration to the finish, which is
considered normal wear.
• The Brinkmann Corporation may elect to repair or replace damaged units covered by the terms of this warranty.
• This warranty extends to the original purchaser only and is not transferable or assignable to subsequent
purchasers.
The Brinkmann Corporation requires reasonable proof of purchase. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you retain
your sales receipt or invoice. To obtain replacement parts for your Brinkmann ProSeries™ 4400 under the terms of this
warranty, please call Customer Service Department at 800-527-0717. A receipt or proof of purchase will be required.
The Brinkmann Corporation will not be responsible for any grills forwarded to us without prior authorization.
EXCEPT AS ABOVE STATED, THE BRINKMANN CORPORATION MAKES NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY.
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
LIMITED IN DURATION TO THOSE LISTED ABOVE FROM THE DATE OF PURCHASE. SOME STATES DO NOT
ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOU.
ANY LIABILITY FOR INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE FAILURE OF
THE BRINKMANN PROSERIES™ 4400 TO COMPLY WITH THIS WARRANTY OR ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS
EXCLUDED. CUSTOMER ACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE PURCHASE PRICE CHARGED IS BASED UPON THE
LIMITATIONS CONTAINED IN THE WARRANTY SET OUT ABOVE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR
EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY
ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
140-4400-0
10/04, 4/05
Owner’s Manual for Model
810-4400-0