Owner`s manual | Centro 03122008 EJ Gas Grill User Manual

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For your family’s safety, please check the following:
READ and UNDERSTAND the owner’s manual
PERFORM LEAK TEST on all connections as specified in this user manual. Leak Checks should be performed
on all new BBQ’s even if assembled by an assembler or gas technician. Leak checks should be performed
frequently thereafter.
INSPECT and CLEAN burner tubes to avoid flash fires caused by spider webs and other blockages. Inspect gas
jets to ensure they are correctly installed in burner tubes. Never leave a lit grill unattended.
BEFORE OPENING THE GAS SUPPLY, ensure the lid is open, control knobs are in OFF position, gas is turned off,
and the regulator is attached to tank correctly. Then follow the PROPER LIGHTING PROCEDURE as shown in the
manual. If above steps are not followed, you may experience low flames, or other performance issues.
CHECK that the regulator nipple is centered into the LP tank valve. Do NOT cross thread this connection. Cross
threading may result in a fire, or explosion at the tank connection.
AVOID dangerous grease fires by performing regular cleaning and maintenance of interior casting, the grease
collection system, flame tamers and cooking grates.
Manufacturer Name
Winners Products Engineering Ltd.
25/F Top Glory Tower 262 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
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Read and follow all safety statements,
assembly instructions, and use and care
directions before attempting to assemble
and cook.
1. If you smell Gas:
a. Shut off gas to the appliance
b. Extinguish any open flame
c. Open lid
d. If odor continues, keep away from
the appliance and immediately
call your gas supplier or your
fire department
This manual should be kept with the BBQ at
all times.
Failure to follow all of the Manufacturer’s
instructions could result in hazardous fires,
explosions, property damage, or serious
personal injury or even death.
2. Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapours and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
3. An LP cylinder not connected for use shall
not be stored in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
Follow all leak check procedures carefully
prior to operation of barbecue, even if grill
was dealer assembled. Do not try to light
this barbecue without reading the Lighting
Instructions section of this manual.
Manual Revision #: 03122008 EJ
Some parts may contain sharp edges – especially as noted in the manual! Wear protective gloves
if necessary.
For residential use ONLY. Do not use for commercial cooking.
Do not attempt to repair or alter the hose and regulator or valve assembly for any assumed defect or for
any type of retro fit or conversion. Any modifications to this assembly will void your warranty and create
the risk of a gas leak and fire. Use only authorized replacement parts supplied by the manufacturer,
for your model.
To ensure your satisfaction and for follow-up service,
register your BBQ online at
Installation and Warnings
L.P. Gas Cylinder
Hook-ups and Warnings
Transportation and Storage
Safety Hose and Regulator
Leak Testing
Natural Gas Hook-ups and Warnings
Operation - Lighting Instructions
Cooking and Performance
Cleaning and Maintenance
Warranty and Service
Installation must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with either the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1, or Propane Storage and Handling for Recreational Vehicles, ANSI A 119.2/NFPA 1192, and CSA Z240 RV Series, Recreational Vehicle Code, as applicable.
Minimum clearance to adjacent combustible materials:
• 36˝ (91.44 cm) from furthest protruding edge on all sides of the barbecue.
• DO always keep the area around this barbecue clean and clear of any and all combustible materials such as gasoline or
other inflammable liquids, paper or oily rags.
• DO remember this barbecue is for outdoor use only and is not for use on any boat or recreational vehicle.
• DO use this barbecue outdoors in a well-ventilated area place at least 36” (91.44 cm) from any dwelling or building.
• DO always close LP cylinder valve and remove coupling nut before moving LP cylinder from specified operation position.
• DO check burner flames regularly.
• DO NOT operate this barbecue under or near any overhanging or unprotected construction, aluminum siding, windows,
or fencing.
• DO NOT use in enclosed spaces such as carport, garage, porch or covered patio.
• DO NOT leave your barbecue unattended while in operation.
• DO NOT obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air to the barbecue. (Do not place BBQ against a wall or
other solid structure.)
• DO NOT use while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
• DO NOT store any spare L.P. (propane) cylinder, full or empty, under or near your barbecue.
• DO NOT allow children or pets to play anywhere near the barbecue.
• DO NOT block holes in sides or back of grill.
• DO NOT use charcoal or ceramic briquettes in a gas grill.
• DO NOT attempt to light burner with lid closed. A buildup of non-ignited gas inside a closed grill is hazardous.
• DO NOT use grill until leak-tested, and a safety check is completed.
Minimum clearance of 36” on both sides and rear of the barbecue.
DO NOT connect to a propane cylinder exceeding 9.1 kg (20 lb) capacity or use a cylinder with any
other type of cylinder valve connection device.
LP-gas supply cylinder must be constructed and marked in accordance with the specifications for LP-gas cylinders of
the U.S.Department ofTransportation (DOT) or the National Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders Spheres and
Tubes for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods.
• LP gas is nontoxic, odorless and colorless when produced. For Your Safety, LP gas has been given an odor (similar to rotten
cabbage) so that it can be smelled.
• LP gas is highly flammable and may ignite unexpectedly when mixed with air.
LP cylinder requirements:
• Use LP cylinder only with these required measurements:
• 12”(30.5cm) (diameter) x 18” (45.7 cm) (tall) with 20 lb. (9 kg) capacity maximum.
• LP cylinders must be constructed and marked in accordance with specifications for LP 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. See LP cylinder collar for marking.
LP cylinder valve must have:
• Shut-off valve with a correct cylinder valve output as specified in
current standards. CAN / CGA 1.6g-M97 Outdoor Gas Grills. USA: ANSI
Z21.58a-2006/CSA 1.6g-2006 Outdoor Cooking Appliances.
OPD Hand Wheel
• Type 1 outlet compatible with regulator or grill. The type 1 valve is easily
recognized by the large external thread on the outside of the valve.
• Safety relief valve with direct connection to the vapour space of the cylinder.
Type 1 outlet with
thread on outside
Safety Relief Valve
• UL listed Overfill Protection Device (OPD). This OPD safety feature is identified by a unique triangular hand wheel. Use only LP cylinders equipped with
this type of valve.
Strap and Cap
• A device for vapor withdrawal.
• A collar to protect the LP tank shut off valve.
• A ring on the bottom of the LP tank to secure it to the support assembly.
• Place dust cap on cylinder valve outlet whenever the cylinder is not in use. Only use dust cap provided with LP cylinder.
Any attempt to connect a regulator to any connectors other than the mating TYPE -1 connector could
result in fires, explosions, injuries, or property damage. Use only LP cylinders equipped with this type
of valve.
DO NOT connect to a propane cylinder exceeding 9.1 kg capacity or use a cylinder with any other type
of cylinder valve connection device.
Before opening LP cylinder valve, check the coupling nut for tightness.
• NEVER store a spare LP cylinder, empty or full, under or near
the appliance.
• Never fill a cylinder beyond 80% full.
• An over filled or improperly stored cylinder is a hazard due to possible
gas release from the safety relief valve. This could cause an intense fire or
explosion with risk of property damage, serious injury or death.
• Do not store objects or materials inside the barbecue cart enclosure that
would block the flow of combustion air to the underside of either the
control panel or the burner box.
• If you see, smell or hear gas escaping, immediately get away from the LP
cylinder/appliance and call your fire department.
• Always turn cylinder valve off when the barbecue is not in use.
• Always handle the tank valve with the utmost care.
• Never connect an unregulated LP gas cylinder to the barbecue
• Always keep the cylinder, in use, securely fastened in an upright position
• Never expose the cylinder to direct sunlight or excessive heat.
• Never insert any kind of object into the valve outlet as this may cause damage to the Backcheck. A damaged Backcheck can leak
resulting in fires, explosions, property damage, sever injuries or death.
• Do not store an LP cylinder in enclosed spaces such as a carport, garage, porch, covered patio or other building. Make sure the
storage area has a lot of ventilation.
• Do not store an LP cylinder in an area where children play.
Before disconnecting the LP cylinder:
1. Turn OFF all control knobs and the LP cylinder valve.
2. Turn coupling nut counterclockwise by hand only - do not use tools to disconnect. Remove LP Cylinder from inside cart.
3. Install safety cap onto LP cylinder valve. Always use cap supplied with tank valve.
• Failure to use safety cap as directed may result in serious personal injury and/or property damage.
When transporting and storing the cylinder, make sure it is in an upright position and not on its side. Do
not smoke around cylinder, especially when transporting in a vehicle.
• Use only licensed and experienced dealers.
• Ensure that the dealer checks and tests the tank for leaks after filling
• LP dealer must purge new cylinder before filling.
• Dealer should NEVER fill LP cylinder more than 80% of LP cylinder volume. Volume of propane in cylinder will vary
by temperature.
• Do not release liquid propane (LP) gas into the atmosphere. This is a hazardous practice.
• To remove gas from LP cylinder, contact an LP dealer or call a local fire department for assistance.
If the above instructions are not completely adhered to, it could cause a fire/explosion, resulting in
death or serious Injury, or property damage.
A frosty regulator indicates gas overfill. Immediately close LP cylinder valve and call local LP gas dealer
for assistance.
LP Cylinder Leak Test For Your Safety
ATTENTION: Leak Test must be repeated each time the LP cylinder is exchanged or refilled.
• Do not smoke during leak test.
• Do not use an open flame to check for gas leaks
• BBQ must be leak tested outdoors in a well ventilated area, away from ignition
sources such as gas fired electrical appliances. During leak test, keep your BBQ
away from open flames or sparks.
º Use a clean paint brush and a 50/50 mild soap and water mixture.
º Brush soapy solution onto areas indicated by arrows in figure A.
Damage to gas train components can result.
Figure A
If growing bubbles appear do not use or move the LP cylinder. Contact an LP gas supplier or your
fire department.
Propane Models:
Your Barbecue is designed to operate on L.P gas at a pressure of 2.74Kpa (11” water column). A regulator preset to this
pressure is supplied with
your Barbecue.
Hose and Regulator comes equipped with the following:
Type 1 quick closing connection system which incorporates the following
safety features:
• Will limit the gas flow until a POSITIVE CONNECTION has been made
Nipple has to be centered
into the LP cylinder valve.
• Has a THERMAL COMPONENT that will automatically shut off the flow of gas
if a temperature of 115-150°C (240-300°F) is reached.
• Has a Flow Limiting Feature, which will restrict the flow of gas to 10 cubic ft/ hour
in the event of a leak, improper lighting procedure, or regulator malfunction.
Connecting Regulator to the LP Cylinder
1. LP cylinder must be properly secured onto grill.
2. Turn all control knobs to the OFF position.
3. Turn LP cylinder OFF by turning hand-wheel clockwise to a full stop.
4. Remove the protective cap from LP cylinder valve. Always use cap and strap
supplied with valve.
5. Hold regulator and insert nipple into LP cylinder valve. Hand tighten the
coupling nut. Hold the regulator in a straight line with LP cylinder valve so
as not to cross-thread the connection.
6. Turn the coupling nut clockwise and tighten to a full stop. The regulator will seal
on the back-check feature in the LP cylinder valve, resulting in some resistance.
Hold coupling nut and
regulator as shown for
proper connection to
LP cylinder valve.
If you cannot complete the connection, disconnect regulator and repeat
steps 5 and 6. If you are still unable to complete the connection, do not
use this regulator!
Do not insert any tool or foreign object into the valve outlet or safety relief valve. You may damage the
valve and cause a leak. Leaking propane may result in explosion, fire, severe personal injury, or death.
1. Turn all grill control knobs to OFF.
2. Ensure that the regulator is tightly connected to LP cylinder.
3. Completely open LP cylinder valve by turning hand wheel counterclockwise. If you hear a rushing sound, turn gas off
immediately. There is a leak at the connection. Correct before proceeding.
4. Brush soapy solution onto hose and regulator and all connections from the LP tank to the main and side burner manifold.
5. If “growing” bubbles appear, there is a leak. Close LP cylinder valve immediately and re-tighten connections. If leaks
cannot be stopped do not try to repair. Call for replacement parts. Order new parts by providing the serial number, model
number, name and part number of items required (see parts list) to a CENTRO Customer Care Agent 1-877-707-5463.
6. Always close LP cylinder valve after performing leak test by turning hand wheel clockwise.
For all new, at home, natural gas connections please contact a certified gas technician to install your
natural gas barbecue.
FOR NATURAL GAS MODELS (if applicable)
All Centro Natural Gas Barbecues come equipped with a 10’ or 12’ Natural Gas hose with a quick connect socket connection.
This will allow you to attach your Barbecue to your residential gas line.
To Connect
1. Push back the sleeve on the Quick Connect socket and insert plug and release the sleeve as shown.
2. Push the two pieces together until the sleeve snaps forward, to lock the plug in the socket.
To Disconnect
1. Push sleeve back and pull the plug out.
Testing For Gas Leaks
Before attempting to operate this Grill:
• Always confirm that all burner control knobs are in the OFF position.
• Always connect the gas supply hose first, open lid and then open the gas shutoff valve.
º Always use a brush or spray bottle to apply a 50/50 solution of liquid soap and water to all connection points, to test for
gas leaks. Never use a match or open flame for that purpose.
º Always look for bubbles to appear, as the appearance of bubbles will indicate a gas leak.
º Always turn off the gas immediately and tighten the connection, if you find that a leak has been detected.
º Before lighting the grill, always repeat this procedure until no further gas leaks are found.
º If a leak cannot be stopped, do not attempt to light the grill. Always contact a certified Natural Gas technician for assistance or
the Centro Customer Care Hotline for assistance. 1-888-707-5463.
NEW Natural Gas Barbecue
If you are experiencing poor natural gas barbecue performance, including but not limited to low flame, low heat or poor heat
distribution, please review the following information:
•Always consult the Rating Label on the back of the barbecue to confirm that it has already been configured to burn natural gas.
•If experiencing performance issues with a brand new barbecue hooked up to an older natural gas home connection, it is
possible that the natural gas supply line is not able to supply up to the essential 85,000 BTU’s required (depending on the
model). Please contact Centro Customer Care for requirements and then consult with your certified natural gas technician.
•All gas supply plumbing must be carried out by a qualified service agency. The Supply connection shall be carried out in
accordance with provincial authorities having jurisdiction, and in accordance with CAN/CGA 1-B149.1 & 2 installation code
•A shut off valve must be installed between the barbecue and the main supply. For natural gas, use a 3/8” or 1/2” natural gas
supply line capable of an input of up to 85,000 BTU’s (depending on the model).
•When conducting pressure test always isolate the barbecue from the gas supply piping system by disconnecting the
barbecue and closing its individual manual shutoff valve. The gas supply piping system should be tested at pressures
which exceed 1/2 psi (3.5kPa).
•All gas supply plumbing must be able to supply 7” water column to the barbecue WITH ALL BURNERS IN OPERATION.
ALL Centro BBQ’s are sold either NATURAL GAS or PROPANE READY and are not convertible from one
gas source to another.
Lighting the Main Burners:
1. Open lid and inspect the barbecue and burners to confirm that all components are properly positioned before lighting the
main burners.
2. Always confirm that all burner control knobs are in the OFF position before opening the gas supply.
3. Turn on the gas supply valve at the tank (1 to 2 turns) or turn on the main natural gas supply valve.
4. Turn the selected burner control knob to the HIGH position by pushing in and turning the knob counter clockwise.
5. Immediately activate the Igniter. The selected burner should light within five seconds. Light the burners sequentially from
either left to right or right to left.
6. If ignition does NOT occur in 5 seconds, turn the burner controls OFF, wait 5 minutes for the gas to clear and repeat the
lighting procedure.
7. If the burner will not light when using the ignitor, follow the match lighting instructions.
Never stand with your head directly over the barbecue when preparing to light the main burners, to
prevent possible bodily injury.
Once lit, confirm that the burner is properly lit and that the flame pattern is as desired. If the flame
pattern is other than normal, consult the troubleshooting guide for corrective action.
Burner Flame Check
Remove cooking grates. Light burners and rotate control knobs from HI to LOW. You
should see a smaller flame in LOW position than seen on HI. Perform burner flame
check on all burners. Also, always check flame prior to each use.
Turning Grill Off
Turn all knobs to OFF position. Turn LP cylinder off by turning hand-wheel clockwise to a full stop.
Ignitor Check
Turn gas off at LP cylinder. Press and hold electronic ignitor button. “Click” should be heard and spark seen each time between
burner and electrode.
Hose Check
Before each use, check to see if hoses are cut or worn. Replace damaged hoses before using grill. Use only valve/hose/regulator
specified by manufacturer.
Match-Lighting Main Burners
1. Open lid. Turn off all control knobs. Ensure LP cylinder is closed.
2. Turn on the gas supply valve at the tank (1 to 2 turns) or turn on the main gas
supply valve.
3. Insert a lit match or a butane lighter into the match lighting hole located on
the left hand side or right hand side of the barbecue cart (on the under side
of the burner side shelf ).
4. Turn the selected burner control knob, either the far right or far left, to the
HIGH position. Be sure the burner lights and stays lit.
5. Light adjacent burners in sequence by pushing knobs in and turning to “HI”.
Model may not be exactly as shown.
Lighting the SIDE BURNER (if applicable)
1. Open side burner lid. Confirm that all burner control knobs are in the OFF position before opening the gas supply.
2. Turn on the gas supply valve at the tank (1 to 2 turns) or turn on the main gas supply valve.
3. Turn the burner control knob to the “HI” position.
4. Immediately activate the Igniter. The selected burner should light within five seconds.
5. If ignition does NOT occur in 5 seconds, turn the burner control OFF, wait 5 minutes for the gas to clear and repeat the
lighting procedure.
6. If the burner will not light when using the ignitor, follow the match
lighting instructions.
Do not lean over grill while lighting.
Match lighting the SIDE BURNER (if applicable)
1. Open lid. Turn OFF all control knobs. Ensure LP cylinder is closed.
2. Turn on the gas supply valve at the tank (1 to 2 turns) or turn on the main gas
supply valve.
3. Insert a lit match or a butane lighter under the side burner grate.
4. Turn the side burner control knob to the “HI” position. Be sure the burner lights
and stays lit.
Model may not be exactly as shown.
If ignition does NOT occur in 5 seconds, turn the burner controls OFF, wait 5 minutes and repeat the
lighting procedure. If the burner does not ignite with the valve open, gas will continue to flow out of
the burner and could accidentally ignite with risk of injury. Turn controls and gas source OFF when
not in use.
Never operate main BBQ burners in conjunction with the Rotisserie burner, as this may result in
overheating your BBQ, fire, explosion, personal injury or property damage.
Lighting the ROTISSERIE BURNER (if applicable)
1. Open BBQ lid. Ensure all control knobs in the OFF position before opening the gas supply.
2. Turn on the gas supply valve at the tank (1 to 2 turns) or turn on the main gas supply valve.
3. Turn the Rotisserie burner knob to the “HI” position.
4. Press and hold ELECTRONIC IGNITER button.
5. If the Rotisserie burner does NOT light, turn knob to OFF, wait 5 minutes, and then
repeat lighting procedure.
Model may not be exactly as shown.
6. If the Rotisserie burner still does not light follow the match lighting procedure for the Rotisserie burner.
Lighting the SEAR ZONE Infrared Burner (if applicable)
1. Open Sear Zone Side burner lid. Ensure all control knobs in the OFF position
before opening the gas supply.
2. Turn on the gas supply valve at the tank (1 to 2 turns) or turn on the main gas
supply valve.
3. Turn the Sear Zone burner control knob to the SEAR/ “HI” position.
4. Press and hold ELECTRONIC IGNITER button.
5. If the Sear Zone does NOT light, turn knob to OFF, turn off LP or NG gas, wait
5 minutes, and then repeat lighting procedure.
6. If the Sear Zone burner still does not light follow the match lighting procedure for the Sear Zone.
Centro 6800 only.
With models with Sear Zone infrared burner included in main cooking area, never operate main BBQ
burners in conjunction with Sear Zone infrared burner unless BBQ lid is left open. Using the Sear Zone
main burners with the BBQ lid closed may result in overheating your BBQ, fire, explosion, personal
injury or property damage.
Match lighting the Sear Zone Infrared burner (if applicable)
1. Open lid Sear Zone side burner lid. Ensure all Control knobs are in the OFF position before opening the gas supply.
2. Turn on the gas supply valve at the tank (1 to 2 turns) or turn on the main gas supply valve.
3. Place a lit match or a butane lighter directly beside the Sear Zone electrode.
4. Turn the Sear Zone control knob to the SEAR/ “HI” position. Be sure the burner lights and stays lit.
Always preheat barbecue before starting to cook. Light all burners and adjust them to the HIGH position
for 5 to 10 minutes with the lid closed. Following preheat; adjust the controls to medium setting for most
cooking requirements.
Turning Grill Off
1. Turn all knobs to OFF position.
2. Turn LP cylinder off by turning hand-wheel clockwise to a full stop or turn off natural gas supply valve.
If the heat output is too low, the flow control feature may have been activated by a gas leak or improper
lighting procedure. If so, turn off the burner valve and cylinder valve, and perform a “Leak Test”. If there
are no leaks, perform a complete regulator flow limiting device reset.
Valve Check
Important: Make sure gas is off at LP cylinder before checking valves. Knobs lock in OFF position. To check valves, first
push in knobs and release, knobs should spring back. If knobs do not spring back, replace valve assembly before using grill. Turn
knobs to LOW position then turn back to OFF position. Valves should turn smoothly.
VERY IMPORTANT: Burner tubes must engage valve space openings.
See illustration at right.
1. Attach electrode to burner.
2. Carefully replace burners.
3. Attach burners to brackets on firebox.
4. Reposition carryover tubes and attach to burners.
Ensure burner sits
properly over valve.
Replace flame tamers and cooking grates.
Grilling Tips
• Create an improved, non-stick cooking surface by coating all cooking grates with vegetable shortening or cooking oil
before preheating.
• To reduce flare up’s keep the BBQ clean, cook lean cuts of meat, trim excess fat and avoid cooking over very high temperatures.
• Always preheat the appliance on HIGH before adding food.
• Always ensure that the temperature is adjusted following preheat. HIGH is intended for fast pre-heating of the appliance,
searing steaks and other cuts of meat.
• Medium heat is intended for most grilling, baking and roasting
• Low heat is intended for warming, smoking or cooking delicate foods
• Never pierce meat with a fork
• Do not add salts to meat prior to grilling as it may reduce the “juiciness” of the meat
• Do not place frozen meats on the BBQ cooking grates as this will permanently damage the cooking surface. Thaw at room
temperature or in a fridge.
• When basting foods wait until approximately half way through the cooking cycle before adding sauces.
• Always cook with lid down to preserve BBQ temperature.
• Always position BBQ side burner away from wind and cold air for best performance
• After every use, allow BBQ to cool, empty grease pan, wipe outside surfaces with a suitable cleaner, dry and protect surfaces
with a grill cover.
General Side Burner Tips
Your side burner will boil, sauté, stir fry and warm with ease.
• For best results preheat your side burner for 10-15minutes on “HI”.
• When boiling water or warming foods always ensure that you are using a covered pot or wok.
• Ensure that your gas barbecue is positioned away from high winds or cold air as this will adversely affect your side burner
preheating and cooking performance.
• Your 10,000-13,000 BTU side burner will take longer to preheat and cook than your indoor range.
• Remove all food residue and dirt on burner surface.
• Inspect and clean your side burner orifice periodically and confirm that it is clear of food residue, cobwebs or other insect
debris that may cause a FLASH FIRE.
General Infrared Rotisserie Burner Tips
Your Rotisserie burner delivers the succulent self-basted flavours of chickens, ducks, pork, beef or lamb roasts
that only rotisserie cooking can achieve. Because the Rotisserie Burner uses radiant infrared heat, cooking
times are shortened.
• Tie the poultry or meat with a string to keep the shape uniform all around. If the meat is too heavy or irregular if may not
rotate well and should be cooked by an indirect method without a spit.
• For best results always use meat that has been thawed overnight in the fridge or at room temperature.
• Insert rod lengthwise through the meat and fasten with forks.
• Tighten screws with pliers as they tend to loosen during turning process.
• Remove the warming rack prior to use.
• This gas barbecue has a 12,000 BTU infrared rear burner. The rear burner is designed to be used in conjunction with the
Centro Rotisserie Kit. See the Rotisserie Kit for usage and assembly instructions.
• Place the prepared spit rod across the hangers inside the grill.
• Install motor.
• Place a shallow cooking pan underneath meat. Adding water, beer, wine or consommé for added flavour. This dish is used
to collect drippings for fast basting and naturally delicious gravy, and keeps your appliance clean.
• Basting liquid should be added as required and should never be allowed to evaporate.
• To seal in juices, and for the best cooking results, ensure that the BBQ lid remains closed and the burner temperature adjusted when needed.
• Always begin by searing meat uncovered on HIGH. Covering meat with aluminum foil and adjusting temperature
if necessary.
General Sear Zone Infrared Side Burner Tips
• Your Sear Zone infrared side burner includes a reversible griddle accessory and a versatile pot and wok burner grate. Always
position the accessory needed first, before lighting the sear zone side burner.
• ALWAYS where protective gloves when using this high intensity infrared side burner.
• ALWAYS keep children, pets and guests away from this side burner when in operation
• The Infrared side burner lid is for STORAGE ONLY. Only close after burner has cooled down.
• Never close the lid when the infrared burner is in operation.
• Never place frozen foods on cooking griddle. Always thaw in fridge or at room temperature prior to cooking.
• This infrared side burner is temperature adjustable. Only use the “Hi” setting for preheating (only 2 minutes), or for searing foods.
• Avoid overcooking foods by using the temperature setting that best describes the foods you are cooking.
• Due to the intense heat of the Sear Zone burner, food left unattended over burners will burn quickly.
• Avoid Flash Fires by routinely inspecting and cleaning the Sear Zone side burner Venturi tube of all debris.
• When using the cooking griddle, ensure that the griddle is properly seasoned with VEGETABLE SHORTENING, before preheating. For delicate, fast cooking foods such as eggs, or pancakes always ensure that you preheat for no more than 2 minutes
and reduce temperature to SIMMER.
• Fry – Should be used when cooking with a Wok topper. Ensure that a lid or splatter screen is used to protect against grease splatter.
• Sear - Use the reverse side of the griddle with the searing ridges for all steaks and seafood that you wish to sear. Always
reduce temperature after 2 minutes.
For more information regarding Sear Zone usage, troubleshooting, and cooking time charts visit us at
• DO NOT operate BBQ lights when the BBQ lid is closed
• DO remove BBQ lights when storing BBQ for long periods of time.
• DO remove batteries from BBQ lights compartment during storage periods.
• DO avoid water and environmental damage by removing BBQ lights in harsh weather
Regulator Flow Limiting Device
If you are experiencing any of the following performance issues you may have activated the flow limiting
feature in your regulator:
• Burners not getting hot enough
• Low or incomplete burner flames
• Low gas pressure
• Burners not staying lit
Resetting the Regulator Flow Limiting feature
1. With all control knobs and the gas source in the OFF position, Open the BBQ lid
2. Disconnect the hose and regulator from the Propane tank
3. Turn all BBQ control knobs to the “Hi” position
4. Let stand for 1-3 minutes, allowing all excess gas in valves and manifold to dissipate
5. Turn all BBQ control knobs back to the “OFF” position
6. With the BBQ lid still OPEN, reconnect the hose and regulator to the propane tank- Do not cross thread the connection.
7. Hand-tighten only.
8. Check all hose connections to ensure that a positive seal has been made.
9. Slowly turn ON the propane gas supply, ¼ to ½ a turn.
10. Wait approximately 5 seconds for the hose and regulator pressure to stabilize (to prevent the flow limiting device
feature from being re-activated).
11. Turn the selected burner control knob, to the “Hi” position
12. Press the Electronic ignition button, or use the match and match
holder, or a BBQ lighter to ignite the selected burner.
Avoid activating the Flow Limiting Feature by following the
proper start up and shut down procedures and performing a
complete leak test and safety check to ensure that there are no
leaks in the system, and that a positive connection has been made
between the gas source and manifold assembly.
Keeping your BBQ’s burners free and clear of debris,
checking for obstructions including spider webs, will ensure that your family is protected from serious
safety hazards such as FLASH and GREASE Fires. For more information regarding these issues please visit
Spiders and insects are attracted to the smell of propane and natural gas, and often build nests inside your BBQ’s burners,
which is the root cause of a FLASH BACK FIRE. Lighting your burners without first checking and cleaning out the Venturi
tubes, burner ports, and the inside of burners can lead to a serious flash fire resulting in damage to the BBQ, property and/ or
personal injury.
See the Cleaning and Maintenance section of this manual for proper burner maintenance.
Characteristics of a Flash Fire
• A fire burning outside of the burner box
• Usually visible behind or under the control panel
• May cause damage to control panel, control knobs, and depending on fire could damage to hose and regulator
and/or manifold.
• Burners may burn with large yellow flames
• Burners may not light
• Hot control knobs could indicate flare-up conditions are starting
Prevent Flash Fires by:
• Leak test all connections
• Remove control panel to inspect manifold and valves for damages or leaks
• Remove burners to clean and check for blockages – perform burner safety and maintenance checks
Characteristics of a Grease Fire
• A fire burning inside the BBQ burner box- may become uncontrollable if not monitored
• Usually accompanied by high flames, a lot of smoke and black soot
• May cause charring on the interior of BBQ lid, lid side panels (inside and outside), may damage temperature gauge, cause
brownish colouring on stainless steel lids and soot and ash build up on cooking grates.
Prevent Grease Fires by:
• Keeping BBQ clean
• Frequently cleaning the grease collection plate and grease cup
• Frequently changing the ignitor battery.
• Not cooking over maximum heat for extended periods of time
• Burning off build-up on the cooking grates and heat plates after each use
• DO NOT throw water on a grease fire
• DO make sure that you follow all safety checks, maintenance procedures and instructions outlined in this manual before
operating the BBQ
• DO protect your family and home by performing regular cleaning and maintenance of key BBQ parts including burners,
flame tamers, grease tray and cooking grates.
• DO keep baking soda handy to extinguish a fire
Resolving IGNITER Performance Issues
If you are having difficulty with your BBQ’s Electronic Ignition a quick visual inspection of the following will help to
identify the cause:
1. Check for un-plugged electrode wires or ground wire.
2. Check wires for damage including tears or breaks
3. Check electrode for cracks in the porcelain insulator
4. Replace battery. Ensure battery is installed correctly
5. Check battery igniter cap for proper threading
6. Check gap between electrode, gas collector box and burner
7. Check for damage to Electronic Igniter Box.
8. Check to ensure that the Electrode sparks when the igniter button is pressed.
Igniter does not spark –
Burner lights with match but not with
the igniter
Electrode Fouled
Wipe the electrode with a soft, clean
cloth. If electrode has any build up
of grease or corrosion, lightly sand electrode tip and clean with alcohol.
Electrode or burner is wet
Wipe both parts dry before trying
to re-light.
Electrode Porcelain or ceramic
insulator cracked
As the grounding surface of the burner
becomes coated with grease and
residue, the porcelain insulator on the
electrode can crack from the heat. If
this occurs, the spark being transferred
through the insulator will “bleed” from
the crack (cracks collect moisture and
reduce the spark), and ignition will occur only after a build-up of gas or not
at all. Replace electrode.
Electrode sparks but the burner will
not light.
Electrode wire (lead wire) is unplugged
or has a loose connection
Confirm that the lead wire, from
the Electronic Igniter module to the
electrode is well attached. Loose or
corroded contacts in the igniter system
and electrode can impair its functionality.
Proper connection can often be restored
by simply disconnecting and reconnecting the various electrode wires.
Electronic Igniter Module battery
is dead
The battery located in the Electronic
Igniter Module may be dead. Replace
battery. The correct position is with the (+)
end down.
Do not leave battery within Electronic Ignition module for extended periods, if BBQ is
not in use. Battery acids and corrosion can
result causing permanent damage to the
Electronic Ignition module.
Battery cap not threaded properly
Remove the Electronic Igniter battery cap
and re-attach. Ensure that the cap is properly attached without cross threading.
Electrode not properly spaced
The electrode must be properly spaced
in distance from the burner and sit within
the collector box, 3/16 or slightly over 1/8
of an inch from the burner – too much or
too little of a gap will impair the electrode’s
ability to have a positive spark, allowing
the burner to light
Damaged collector box
The electrode is covered by the collector
box that traps impurities to prevent the
electrode and collector box from corroding. If either the electrode or collector box
is corroded a light sanding using fine sand
paper will restore them to functionality. If
the collector box is pierced or worn from
excessive corrosion it must be replaced.
Blockage within Venturi tubes
Burner maintenance must be performed
to remove any blockages within the
Venturi tubes that are enabling the burner
from lighting.
Low fuel, no fuel, or gas source not
Check the LP cylinder fuel level and
re-fill if necessary. Open the cylinder
valve if closed.
Flow limiting device in regulator has
been activated
Follow proper regulator flow limiting
device reset procedure and/or perform a
leak test to ensure that the flow limiting
device was not activated due to a leak in
the system.
Venturi tubes not properly seated over
gas jet orifices
Ensure proper burner installation.
Resolving BURNER Performance Issues
Burner will not light (with igniter
or match)
• Low or out of propane
• Cylinder or the gas supply valve is turned off
• Positive connection has not been made between the tank and the regulator.
Regulator will not allow fuel in the line
• Burner port holes or venturi tubes are blocked
• Venturi tubes are not properly seated over valve orifices
• The Flow Limiting Device in the regulator has been activated
Burner lights with match but not with
igniter (NO SPARK)
• Loose Electrode Wire connection
• Broken electrode – ceramic casing around electrode damaged
• Poor ground – igniter module connection not assembled properly
• Battery Damaged or dead.
• Faulty igniter
Fire at control knob and control panel
= Flash Fire
• Burner port holes, Venturi tubes, and/or gas jets are blocked
• Burner is improperly seated over gas jet
Yellow smoky flames • Blocked Venturi tubes
• Excess cooking salts on burner
Flame blows out on LOW
• High Wind condition – Adjust the placement of BBQ to shield from wind
• Propane is running low
• Burner improperly seated on gas jet
• Flame Tamers (heat plates) are not in position
• Flow limiting device in the regulator has been activated
• NATURAL GAS MODELS: Installation issues related to incorrect size supply line
installed and /or Water Column supply is not adequate for a BBQ BTU rating of
this BBQ. Do not use a longer Natural Gas hose than is supplied with your BBQ.
Burner does not get hot enough
• BBQ needs to be preheated for 10 minutes with a closed lid. Ambient temperatures will affect the performance of your BBQ. Always keep lid closed in colder
• Flow limiting device in regulator has been activated. See section, what is the
flow limiting device?
• NATURAL GAS MODELS: Installation issues related to incorrect size supply line
installed and /or Water Column supply is not adequate for a BBQ BTU rating of
this BBQ. Do not use a longer Natural Gas hose than is supplied with your BBQ.
Low or incomplete flame (assuming
burners and Venturi tubes are free and
clear of blockages)
• Proper start up and shut down procedure not followed. Flow limiting device has
been activated and requires resetting
• Positive connection not made between tank and manifold.
• Positive Vapour lock at coupling nut/LP cylinder connection not made. Disconnect hose and regulator from LP Cylinder and reconnect correctly.
• Flame Tamers (heat plates) are missing or not in position
• NATURAL GAS MODELS: Installation issues related to incorrect size supply line
installed and /or Water Column supply is not adequate for a BBQ BTU rating of
this BBQ. Do not use a longer Natural Gas hose than is supplied with your BBQ.
Too much heat/ Excessive flare up
• Excessive fat in meat
• Grease collection plate and grease cup need to be cleaned
• Cooking system including flame tamers and cooking grates have a build up of
grease that must be removed
• Lower casting of the BBQ is clogged with grease
• Must reduce cooking temperature according to the type of foods being cooked.
Cleaning and Maintaining your BBQ ensures safe and effective use, while eliminating the possibility of
If you are experiencing any of the following performance or safety issues including but not limited to: 1) BBQ not reaching
temperature potential, 2) yellow burner flames, 3) you smell gas, 4) popping noises, 5) delayed burner ignition, 6) uneven
heat, 7) flash fires, or 8) grease fires, TURN OFF YOUR GRILL immediately and perform the 30 minute maintenance regime
shown below.
30 Minute BBQ Maintenance
The 30 Minute BBQ Maintenance should be performed at the beginning of the season before removing the BBQ from storage,
and at least twice during the BBQ season (more if the BBQ is being used frequently and/or year-round).
1. Clean BBQ grill housing and lid
2. Remove and clean the burners, flame tamers, cooking grates, warming rack and grease tray
3. Re-assemble all parts removed and ensure proper placement
4. Perform leak test and safety check on all connections
BBQ Housing and Lid
• Always ensure that the BBQ is cool prior to cleaning.
• Remove the warming rack, cooking grates, flame tamers, and burners.
• Use a plastic scraper to remove build-up, food residue and ashes inside the BBQ housing and lid.
• If necessary, wash the inside of the BBQ burner box with a detergent and water solution. Always rinse and dry thoroughly
before re-installing parts. To restore luster to parts wipe with a cloth dipped in cooking oil.
Flame Tamers (Heat Distribution Plates)
• Always perform regular maintenance on your flame tamers to remove all debris. Do not allow fats, salty and acidic drippings
from marinades to accumulate on your flame tamers.
• Remove and clean heat plates every other time you BBQ or more frequently if cooking for a large group of people.
• Using a grill brush, brush away any buildup from flame tamers. Clean away all remaining debris with mild soap and warm
water. Dry thoroughly.
• If your BBQ is being stored outdoors you should clean, remove, and store your flame tamers along with your cooking grates,
burners, and igniter battery indoors.
• Avoid moisture and corrosive agents from settling on the surface.
Failure to do all of the above will lead to rapid deterioration of this part. Without removing all heat plates and inspecting them
you may not realize the degree of deterioration caused. Following all instructions within this document will ensure a long life
for this part and the best performance of your BBQ.
Cleaning the Grease Cup and Grease Tray
• The grease cup and grease tray are located below the burner box of the appliance and is accessible from the rear of the BBQ.
It will catch any grease dripping, and food residue that is not burnt off during cooking.
• Always wait for grease to cool before removing the grease cup or collection tray.
• The grease cup and collection tray should be emptied regularly to prevent possible flare ups, spillage or grease fires.
• For easy clean up it is possible to line your grease collection tray with aluminum foil.
Cleaning Burners and Venturi Tubes
1. Remove the cooking grates and flame tamers to reveal the burners.
2. To remove burner you must first remove the hardware used to assemble the burner into the burner box. (WD40 may be
used on difficult to remove hardware)
3. Remove the burners
4. Brush the outer parts of the burner using a wire or brass bristled brush.
5. Using a flexible wire, open paper clip, or a drill bit, probe each port hole to clear it of grime and rust.
Do not use anything larger in diameter than the port hole itself as this may cause damage to the
burner port holes.
6. Using a Venturi brush, or bottle cleaning brush, clean the interior of the burner. Special care should be taken to make sure
the brush passes through the entire burner interior.
7. Lightly tap the Burner to remove any residue that has been dislodged from the ports and tube. Compressed air can be
used to flush out any debris.
8. Visually check the gas jets at the end of each of the valves, for dirt, dust and spider webs. Clean them if necessary.
9. Re-install burners using hardware removed. Ensure that the Burners are installed correctly with Venturi tubes seated correctly over valve gas jet, and firmly in place.
10. Re-install flame tamers and cooking grates
Cleaning and Maintenance of the Sear Zone Burner
• Due to the high intensity of the Sear Zone infrared burner, most drippings and food particles that fall onto the burner surface
are immediately incinerated. However, some debris and residue may remain. To remove buildup, operate the Sear Zone
infrared burner for an additional 5 minutes on “Hi”.
• Avoid impact with hard objects.
• Avoid water damage and other liquids.
• Do not throw water into the grill to douse a flame or control flare ups.
• Do not attempt to operate the infrared burner in open air while raining.
• If ceramic appears to be wet, remove the burner from the grill. Turn upside down to drain the excess water. Bring indoors
and dry thoroughly.
• Impaired ventilation of hot air from the Sear Zone: In order for the burners to function properly, hot air must have a way to
escape. If the hot air is not allowed to escape, the burners may become deprived of oxygen, causing them to back flash.
• Always protect cooking grates against RUST/ CORROSION, water, humidity, and moisture damage by following the seasoning steps outlined below.
• Prior to preheating the BBQ, remove all build up from cooking grates using a grill brush.
• Prep cooking grates or griddle with a light coating of vegetable shortening or cooking oil.
• Following every BBQ session operate BBQ on “HI” for an additional 5 minutes to burn off any build-up.
How to season Porcelain Cast iron cooking grates
1. Remove cooking grates from BBQ and brush away all loose, or chipping porcelain and grease build-up, using a BBQ brush
2. Wash cooking grates with soap and water.
3. Rinse and dry thoroughly with paper towels. Important: Never soak or let soapy water sit on the grates for any length of time.
4. Coat entire cooking grate, top, bottom, sides and each rod with vegetable shortening. DO NOT use salted fat such as margarine, butter, or any non-stick cooking spray. Do not use olive oil as it burns off at high temperatures.
5. Place cooking grates in either your conventional oven or in your BBQ for up to 20 minutes at 250-300 to complete the
seasoning process. Time may vary depending on cooking appliance.
6. Once completed, the cooking grates must be allowed to cool down before use.
Cleaning STAINLESS STEEL parts
To protect the appearance and integrity of Stainless Steel surfaces, routine cleaning is essential. Contaminants vary greatly
in their effect on appearance, corrosivity and ease of removal. Identify the contaminant or experiment with various cleaners
in order to resolve issues including the removal of free-iron contamination. It is impossible to wear out the stainless steel by
excessive cleaning. But is possible to damage the stainless steel components and damage the corrosion resistance using
products NOT made for a Stainless Steel outdoor appliance.
Cleaning Stainless steel Surfaces:
• Remove grease and other contaminants with a solution of detergent, solvent and water.
• Most cleaners may have corrosive agents and MUST be rinsed off and the surface dried thoroughly.
• Always find a small and inconspicuous spot to test cleansers before cleaning the entire BBQ.
• Ordinary carbon steel brushes or steel wool MUST NOT be used to clean stainless steel. They will scratch the finish and leave
particles embedded on the surface that will corrode.
• Ensure that all stainless steel surfaces are wiped down frequently with a basic vinegar and water solution. If there are other
cleaners being used ensure that they are specifically for Stainless Steel OUTDOOR USE. Regardless of instructions all cleaners
must be rinsed off and dried with a soft cloth.
To avoid BBQ deterioration and degradation of parts, please perform the following tasks, prior to storing your BBQ for the season.
• Remove and clean all BBQ components as outlined in the care and maintenance section of this manual
• Oil cooking grates with vegetable shortening after cleaning, and wrap them in a towel and store indoors.
• To help prevent rust or corrosion, do not leave your Porcelain Cast Iron cooking grates in any humid, moist or damp conditions over a long period of time
• Be sure to either wrap your cooking grates in towels when not in use, storing in a dry area, or season and wrap in news
paper, storing indoors.
• If storing unit away for the winter, or for a prolonged period of time, remove the igniter battery to avoid corrosion
• If storing the BBQ indoors: the propane cylinder MUST be removed. The propane cylinder MUST always be stored outdoors, in a well ventilated area. When storing your BBQ in a garage, you should place a piece of cardboard underneath your
BBQ to protect it from premature corrosion.
• If storing the BBQ outdoors: the propane cylinder valve must be turned off. Cover the barbecue. DO NOT under any
circumstances store the barbecue in the garage or near any heat source. Use a BBQ cover to help protect your BBQ from the
direct environment (i.e. Rain, snow, animal droppings, etc.). However, please keep in mind that this will not protect your BBQ
from moisture, condensation, and other corrosive agents. Routine cleaning is necessary.
BEFORE YOU CALL FOR SERVICE have the following information available:
1. Serial number: The serial number is located on the upper rear panel of your BBQ, on the rating plate, as well as on the front
cover of the user manual.
2. Model number: The model number is located on the front cover of the user manual, the bottom right corner of the rating
label and also on your cash register receipt.
3. Proof of purchase by the original owner.
Call the Centro® Customer Care Hotline 1-877-707-5463
HOURS: 8AM- 7PM EST Mon-Fri, Closed Saturday and Sunday
1. Call the Centro® Customer Care Hotline 1-877-707-5463
2. Do not return to the store for replacement of damaged or defective parts. Centro® Customer Care will ensure that all instock replacement parts arrive at your home within 3-10 business days.
3. Concealed Loss or Damage: If damage is unnoticed until merchandise is unpacked, resolve issue by contacting Centro®
Customer Care immediately. Missing or damaged parts should be claimed within 30 days of purchase.
To ensure your satisfaction and for follow-up service,
register your BBQ online at www.centrobbqs.com
LIMITED Warranty:
Trileaf Distributions® , hereby warrants to the ORIGINAL PURCHASER of this Centro® Barbecue that it will be free of defects in
workmanship, for a Limited 1-5 years, model specific, from the date of purchase, as follows:
Please see Limitations and Exclusions section on the following page.
Cuisine Sink and Preparation Station (85-1140) Limited 3 Year
Limited 3 Year:
Limited 1 Year:
All remaining parts
Centro 3900 (85-1626-4 & 85-1651-2), Centro 3900S
(85-3010-6 & 85-3011-4) - Limited 5 Year
Limited 5 Year:
Stainless Steel U-shaped Burners
Manifold and Valve Assembly
Carryover Bar
Limited 1 Year:
All remaining parts
Centro 2900S (85-3006-8 & 85-3007-6) and Cuisine Breakfast
Station (85-1117)- Limited 3 Year
Limited 3 Year:
Stainless Steel Linear Burners
Manifold and Valve Assembly
Carryover Bar
Limited 1 Year:
All remaining parts
Centro 4900IR (85-3014-8 & 85-3015-6) - Limited 5 Year
Limited 5 Year:
Stainless Steel U-shaped Burners
Manifold and Valve Assembly
Carryover Bar
Limited 2 Year:
Sear Zone Infrared Side Burner
Rear Infrared Rotisserie Burner
Limited 1 Year:
All remaining parts
Some parts may contain sharp edges – especially as noted in the manual! Wear protective gloves if necessary.
For residential use ONLY. Do not use for commercial cooking.
Do not attempt to repair or alter the hose/ valve/ regulator for any assumed defect or for any type of retro
fit or conversion. Any modifications to this assembly will void your warranty and create the risk of a gas
leak and fire. Use only authorized replacement parts supplied by the manufacturer, for your model.
Trileaf Distributions® has the following limitations to its warranty:
1. This limited warranty is non-transferable and becomes void if used for commercial or rental purposes.
2. This warranty applies only when barbecue is used in Canada
3. Warranty is in lieu of all warranties, expressed or implied, and all other obligations or liabilities related to the sale or use of its
grill products.
4. Trileaf Distributions® shall not be liable for incidental, consequential, special or contingent damages resulting from its
breach of this written warranty or any implied warranty.
5. Trileaf Distributions® will repair or replace parts, at its option, proven defective under normal use and service and which on
examination during the applicable warranty period. (See exclusions to warranty coverage below)
6. Shipping and handling charges are the responsibility of the original consumer-purchaser for all in/out of warranty part orders.
7. This limited warranty will not reimburse you for the cost of any inconvenience, food, personal injury or property damage.
8. Trileaf Distributions® does not authorize any person or company to assume for it any other obligation or liability in connection with the sale, installation, use, removal, return, or replacement of its equipment; and no such representations are
binding on Trileaf Distributions®
9. Visit us at www.centrobbqs.com to register your product on line. The purchaser shall retain a copy of the purchase invoice
for future claims.
Trileaf Distributions® excludes from its warranty the following:
a. Accidental damage, abuse, tampering or misuse, misapplication, vandalism, careless handling,
b. Damages caused by improper assembly or installation, alteration, failure to follow proper usage, safety and maintenance
instructions presented throughout this manual,
c. Failure to perform regular maintenance, safety checks and service, including but not limited to removal of insects from
venturi tubes, resulting in a flash fire, damage caused by grease fires, flare-up fires or fires resulting from improper connection of hose to gas source,
d. Part failure due to lack of cleaning and maintenance, use of improper cleaning products, such as indoor stainless steel cleaners,
abrasive and chemical cleaners, porcelain oven cleaner and other chemical cleaners which can cause damage to surfaces,
e. Normal wear and tear, chipping and scratching on painted or porcelain enamel surfaces, dents, discoloration caused by
environment or heat, surface corrosion, rust or rust perforation, chemical exposure in the atmosphere and other damages
which result with normal use and are otherwise uncontrollable by the manufacturer.
There are no other express warranties except as set forth herein and any applicable implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness are limited in duration to the period of coverage of this express written limited warranty.
To ensure your satisfaction
And for follow-up service, register your grill online at:
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