Friedrich P012A Air Conditioner User Manual

OPERATOR'S MANUAL
Liquid Propane Gas (LPG) Grill
Model 141.16322
Model 141.16324
Call us first if you have any problem with this
product. We can help you with questions about
assembly and grill operation or if there are
damaged or missing parts when you unpack
this unit from the shipping box. Please call
before returning to the store.
1-888-317-7642
8am-8pm
CST, Monday
throuqh
Friday
• NOTE TO ASSEMBLER/INSTALLER:
Leave this manual with the consumer.
• NOTETO CONSUMER:
Keep this manual forfuture reference.
• RECORDYOURSERIAL#
(see silver CSA label on main body of grill)
Failure to comply with these instructions could
result in afire or explosion that could cause serious
bodily injury, death or property damage.
Before using this gas appliance
read all
instructions and perform all gas leak-check
procedures even if the product was pre-assembled
by the retailer or manufacturer.
Use you r grill at least 3 feet away fro m a ny wall
or su rface. Use you r g rill at Ieast 3 feet away from
combustible objects that can melt or catch fire
(such as vinyl or wood siding, fences and overhangs) or sources of ignition including pilot lights
on water heaters and live electrical appliances.
THIS GAS APPLIANCE
OUTDOOR USE ONLY.
IS DESIGNED
FOR
Combustion byproducts produced when using this
product contain chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm.
Manual # P80165001H
- Date:2005/12/13
Primary Safety Warnings ........................... 1-3
Warranty Terms and Conditions .................. 2
Pre-Assembly
Instructions .............................. 3
Part Diagrams and Lists .......................... 4-9
Assembly
Instructions ............................. 10-16
LP Gas Tank Installation ...................... 17-19
Use & Care Instructions:
• Lighting
Instructions .................................
20
• Troubleshooting ..........................................
21
Cleaning and Maintenance ..................... 22-23
Cooking Guide ........................................
A1-A2
Frequently Asked Questions ................ A3-A4
IF YOU
1.
2
3.
4.
SMELL
GAS:
Shut off gas to the appliance.
Extinguish any open flame.
Open lid.
If odor continues, keep away from
the appliance and immediately call
your gas supplier or your fire
department.
Leaking
gas may cause
a fire or
explosion which could result in property
damage, personal injury or death.
One-Year Full Warranty on Kenmore Grill
If this grill fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within one year from the date of purchase,
call 1-800-4-MY-HOME ®to arrange for free repair (or
replacement if repair proves impossible).
Additional Limited Warranty on Specific Grill
Parts
From the date of purchase for the time
periods listed below, the following specific grill
parts will be supplied free of charge if they
fail to meet the conditions described. After the
first year from the date of purchase, you pay
for labor if you wish to have them installed.
• Lid Side Panels - Lifetime, no defects in material
or workmanship; 1 year, no paint loss.
• Stainless Steel Parts - 5 years (except Stainless
Steel Tube Burners - 10 years), no rust-through
• Porcelain coated parts - 3 years, no rust-through
• Cooking grids - 3 years, no rust-through
• Powder coated parts - 2 years, no rust-through
• Savor Plates - 2 years, no rust-through
All warranty coverage excludes ignitor batteries and
grill paint loss (except as specified above) or rusting
(except rust-through as specified above), which are
either expendable parts that can wear out from normal use in less than a year, or are conditions that
can be the result of normal use, accident or improper
maintenance.
All warranty coverage is void if this grill is
ever used for commercial or rental purposes.
All warrranty coverage applies only if this grill
is used in the country where purchased.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights,
and you may have other rights which vary
from state to state.
1. Do not store spare
LP cylinder
within 10 feet (3m) of this appliance.
2. Do not store or use gasoline
or
other
flammable
liquids
and
vapors within 25 feet (8m) of this
appliance.
3. When cooking with oil/grease,
do
not allow the oil/grease to get
hotter than 350°F (117°C).
4. Do not leave oil/grease
unattended.
Grill
Installation
Codes
The 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, or CAN/CGAB149.1,
Natural
Gas and Propane
Installation
Code.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Dept. 817WA,
Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
© Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Failure to comply with these
instructions
could
result
in a fire or explosion
that could cause
serious
bodily
injury,
death or property
damage.
LPG
grill models
must
be used
with
Liquid
Propane
Gas
and
the
regulator
assembly
supplied.
Natural
Gas
models
must
be used
with Natural Gas only. Any attempt to convert the
grill from one fuel type to another
is extremely
hazardous
and will void the warranty.
Spiders
and small
insects can spin webs
and
nest in the grill Burner
Tubes
during
transit and
warehousing
whic
gas flow
obstruction
around
the
Burner
K FIRE"
can
)ate an
unsafe
o
To redu
must cl,
assemb
Never use your gas grill in a garage, porch,
breezeway
or any other enclosed area.
you
Never
your
: once
a mont}
are
been
spiders
not
th_
Burner
using a
2. Carefully lift each Burner up and
Gas Valve Orifice.
3. Check and clean Burner/Venturi
away from
Tubes
the
METHOD
1: Bend
a stiff
wire
or wire
for insects
CLEAN
BURNER
[]
\
[]
[]
BurnerTube
METHOD
2: Use a bottle brush with a flexible
handle and run the brush through
the Burner
Tube
and inside
the Burner
several times to
remove
any
For safe operation
ensure
the Gas Valve Assembly Orifice
is inside the Burner
Tube
before
using
your grill. See figure.
If the Orifice
is not inside
the Burner
Tube, lighting
the Burner
may cause
explosion
and/or
fire resulting
in serious
bodily
and/or
property
damage.
BBOBBBOB000BOBOBOB[
Gas Valve Assembly
Orifice
BumerTube
perform
the following
pre-assembly
Tools Required forAssembly
include:
• protective
work gloves
• protective
eyewear
•
"L" Screwdriver
(included
in Hardware
in parts box)
instruc-
Pack
[]
You will need assistance
handle the grill head and
[]
Open Lid of shipping carton and remove parts box
and packing
materials.
Lay cardboard
sheet on floor
and use as a work surface to protect floor and grill
parts from scratches.
[]
Slice all four corners with a utility knife
the carton.
This allows you to remove
and components
packed
inside.
[]
Use the Hardware
items are included
[]
Do not assemble
or operate the grill if it appears
damaged.
If there are damaged
or missing parts
when you unpack the shipping box or you have
questions
during the assembly
process,
call the:
debris.
METHOD
3: Use an air hose to force air
through
each Burner
Tube. The forced
air
should
pass debris
or obstructions
through
the Burner
and out the Ports.
injury
around
PRE-ASSEMBLY
Read and
tions:
TUBE,_
_
air
coat
hanger
into a small hook as shown
and run
the hook through
the Burner
Tube and inside
the Burner
several times to remove
debris.
TO
of ventilation
Keep
gas
regulator
hose
away
from
hot
grill
surfaces
and
dripping
grease.
Avoid
unnecessary
twisting
of hose.
Visually
inspect
hose
prior
to each
use
for
cuts,
cracks,
excessive
wear
or other
damage.
If the hose
appears
damaged
do not use the gas grill. Call
Sears at 1-80O-4-MY-HOME
® (1-800-469-4663)
for a Kenmore
replacement
hose.
and insect nests. A clogged tube can lead to a fire
beneath the grill.
4. Refer to the figure below
and perform
one of
these 3 cleaning
methods:
[]
the flow
housing.
Never
disconnect
the gas regulator
or any gas
fitting
while your grill is lit. A lit grill can ignite
leaking gas and cause a fire or explosion
which
could result in property
damage,
personal
injury
or death.
_.
1. Remove
obstruct
gas grill
shed,
from another
person
other large, heaw parts.
to
to lay open
the grill head
and Part Diagrams
to ensure
and free of damage.
Grill information Center 1-888-317-7642
8am-8pm CST, Monday throu,qh Friday
all
PART #
PART DESCRIPTION
P06O01041B
Hardware
QTY
Pack for141.16322
PO600io40B
i4i
i6324
Pattern
H ad Screw,
1/4 x2-3/41
PartThreaded
S135G04332
$132G04082
Pattern
1/4"xl/2"
Pattern
$135G04332
$211G06352
1/4"x2
Head
Screw
Head
Screw
3/4"
Wheel
1
..... i
4
PURPOSE
For
For usein
Attaches
Cart Legs
to Bowl Support
Attaches
Cart Legs
to Cart Bottom
Pattern
Head
Screw
Pattern
Head
Screw
S135G04332
Nut 3/8"
Wheels
to Cart Legs
2
1/4"X2-3/4"
1/4"xl/2"
Attaches
Cart Side Panels
2
Attaches
Door
Bracketto
Cart
Door
aracketto
Cart
S132G04082
Pattern
......................
PO5318022B
...................................................................................................................
....................
Attaches
Magnetic
Door Stop!Magnet
2
$132G04121
Pattern
S225GO406A
Door
Head
Screw
8
Screw
to Cart
PartThreaded
'
Head
Shelf
2
Installs
$132G04082
Bracket
4
8
Bolt 3/8"x3-3/8"
Lock
assembiy
PartThreaded
'
S372GO611A
OF PART
use in assembly
1/4 xl/2
1/4"x3/4"
Bolt 1/4"x3/8"
2
Attaches
Door
Handles
Stops
to Cart
4
Attaches
Door
to Doors
2
Attaches
Doors
to Cart
2
Attaches
Doors
to Door Bracket
Attaches
to Side Burner
Gas Valve Bracket
Tightens
all the Pattern
Head
i
$135G04101
$132M04082
PO5515020B
Pattern
Head
1/4"x5/8"
Pattern
"L"
Head
Screw,
Screw
Screwdriver
PartThreaded
M4xemm
2
1
Screws
S233G0453A
W;ng
Boiiii4;;xS:iiS"
..................................................
i
S3O3GO404A
Special
Nut 1/4"
P034260831q
Control
Knob for side
P05523003G
Door
Stop Plate
1
Burner ............................
i
Atiaches
1
Attaches
to Side Burner
to Magnet
Frame .............................................................................................
Wheel
Bolt 3/8"x3-3/8"
Pattern Head
1/4"x2-3/4"
Screw,
Part Threaded
Pattern
Wrench/No.17
M4x8mm
Head
Screw
1/4"x3/4"
Qty. 10
Part. # $132G04122
Qty. 14
Part # $135G04332
Pattern Head Screw
Qty. 3
Part # $132M04082
Lock
Spring Washer 3/8"
Qty. 2
Part # S431G0610A
Qty. 2
Part # $211G06352
Plain Washer M4
Qty. 2
Part # S411M04122
Customized
Door Bolt
1/4"x3/8"
Qty. 2
Part # S225G0406A
Lighting Stick
Qty. 1
Part # P05313023B
Scale 1:2
Qty. 1
Part # PO5515019F
Scale 1:2
Pattern
Pattern
Head
Door Stop Plate
Qty. 1
Part # P05523003G
Scale 1:2
Head
Screw
"L"
Part Threaded 1/4"x_
Qty. 2
Part # S135G04101
Battery/AA
included
in the
Hardware
Pack.
1/4"x3/4"
Screwdriver
Qty. 1
Part # P05515020B
Scale 1:2
Pattern Head Screw 1/4"xl/2"
Qty. 22 (Model 141.16324)
Qty. 18 (Model 141.16322)
Part # $132G04082
Special Nut 1/4"
Qty. 1
Part # S303G0404A
Control
Knob for Side Burner
Qty. 1
Part # P03426083H
Scale
* One
Screw
Qty. 4
Part # $132G04121
Wing Bolt 1/4"x5-1/8"
Qty. 1
Part # S233G0453A
Scale 1:2
Door Stop/Magnet
Qty. 2
Part # P05318022B
Scale 1:2
Nut 3/8"
Qty. 2
Part # S372G0611A
1:2
1
2
6
5
4
10
11
13
12
28
37
2O
14
22
19
38
17_
18
25
24
23
26
45
_27
43
42
46
44
39
36
7
1
2
4
11
10
12
13
28
37
20
14
22
19
18
41
4O
26
45
23
27
43
42
46
39
KEY
1
PIN
16322
DESCRIPTION
::
PIN
16324
Lid Plate
P0014604EA
P0014702EA
Lid Side Panel, Right
P0010607DJ
P0010607DJ
::
QTY
16322
QTY
16324
1
1
.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
4
Lid Trim Plate
........................... ........................
.......................... ................................................................
i ............................................................
1....................................
1
6
7
Lid Handle Heat-insulating
Protective Pad
8
9
Temperature
Name Plate
Spacer
Gauge
..............................................................................
............................................................................................................................
10
Cooking
Rack/Secondary
P06801001A
P055180031
P06801001A
P055180031
2
2
2
2
P00601174A
P00410037C
P00601174A
P00410037C
1
1
1
1
............................................................................................................................
>...........................................................................................................
........................................................................................
......................................................................................
P01504001E
P01506001E
1
1
11
Cooking Grid
P01602008F
P01602008F
:
3
4
...........................
i2 ...............................
aie8 ....................................................................................................................................................................................................
P0 i 7080i 9F .............................................
.......................
........................................
4...........................................................
5....................................
..........................................................................................
13
Burner/Main
P02008018A
...................
.......................
4...........
5.............
14
15
Burner Bracket
Gas Collector Box
P02213003B
P02626001A
................................
....
P02213043B
P02626001A
1
2
1
3
.........................................................
Pb2608008A .....................................................
PO26OSooSA
..........................................
i ............................................................
1....................................
17
Electric Wire Set
P02615084A
P02615085A
1
1
................................................
18
Electric
..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Ignitor, Z-Port
...........................................
......................
...............................
i ............................................................
1
............
i 9.....................
Bowl Panel, Right ...................................................................................
P00721324A .............P0872"i324A
20
21 ....
Bowl Panel, Left
Bowl Panel, Front
24
Gas Valve/Manifold
P00720304A
#0073826GA
P00720304A
#0073825GA
Y0060296
Y0060289
1 ....................................
1
1
1
1
1
...............................
22..................................
................................................................................................................................................................................
P0672547GA ....................................................
.........................................
1............................................................
1
.............................................................................
}..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................
........................................................................
................................................
23
Control Panel
P02906037B
P02908117B
1
1
Assembly
....................................
i ...........................................
........................................
i....................................
25
Grease Draining Tray
P02717147B
P02717137B
...............................
26.................................................................................................................N.........................................
................................................................
4.......................................
........................................
5....................................
...............................
27....................................
........................................................................................................................................
po2f0iosfB..............................................
..........................................................
i...........................................
...................................
i...........................
..............................
30 ............................
Gas
..........................
3i .........................
Contr0i
.....................................................................
Y0686266 .....................................
................................
Y6686266 ...........................................................................
i ..........................................
..................................
i....................................
her....................................................................
........................
......................
.....................................
i............................
......................
i.................
...........
32....
Brass Ring
#026020855..............
..... #02002055D....................................
_ ....................
...............
1 ..................
.............
33................
SideBurnerAiec{roae.........................................................
;;.............
P6266#86#A.........................
#8265266#A .... 1..........................................
1.................
34
Side Burner Lid
P0011503EA
P0011503EA
1
1
35
36
Side Burner Pot Support
Side Burner Connection Tube
P00805013B
P03705002A
P00805013B
P03705002A
1
1
1
1
38
Bowl
P01305010D
P01305010D
1
1
Support Bracket, Right
KEY
DESCRIPTION
PIN
16322
39
Door
40
Cart Leg, Left-Front
Bracket
Caster
Side
..............................
................................
42
Cart
PIN
16324
:
QTY
16322
QTY
16324
P03305025D
P03305024D
1
1
P00910008C
P00910008C
1
1
.................................................................................
..................................................
...............................................................
i.........................................
1
Leg, Right-Front
Wheel
Side
P00912008C
P00912008C
1
1
43
Cart Leg, Right-Back
Wheel
Side
P00913010C
P00913012C
1
1
44
Cart Bottom
P01002023D
P01004015D
1
1
45
Cart Side
Panel,
Left
P07605007B
P07605007B
1
1
46
Cart Side
Panel,
Right
P07606007B
P07606007B
1
1
47
Cart Rear Panel
49
Wheel
50
Wheel
Shelf
P07702046B
Hub Cap
1
P05101001A
P05101001A
2
2
P05122001A
P05122001A
2
2
.............
51 ......................
Door .......................................................................................................................................................
P04301025A
...............
P0430 i024A .................. 2 .....................................
2 ......................
52
Door Trim
Plate
P0751OO12B
P07510011B
2
2
.............................................................................
...........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
>.....................................................................................
.....................................................................................
53
Door
Magnet
P05318022B
55
Door
Handle
PO0203009B
.......................................................................................
56
Regulator
with Hose (LPG)
.............
5# ..................
'lighting
P03633008A
P05318022B
P00203009B
......
Stick ...........................................................................
P05313023B
2
2
2
2
............
........................
1 .................................
1 ...........
P05313023B
1
1
......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Hardware
Pack
....................
P06681
..............................................
#6866_6_6B...................................................
i................................................
1.............................
For the repair
or replacement
To obtain
the correct
replacement
parts
list. The following
information
is required
for
to
1.
2.
Model
and Serial
Part Number
label
3.
4.
Part Description
Quantity
of parts
Important:
part can
convenient
be
Number
(see
CSA
you need:
(1-800-469-4663)
your gas grill, please refer to the part
ensure
you receive
the correct
parts:
on
numbers
in this
parts
grill)
needed
Use only Kenmore
replacement
dangerous
and will also void
referral
parts
1-800-4-MY-HOME®
Call anytime
and
for
part
replacement.
parts. The use of any part
your product
warranty.
Keep
that
this
is not a
Operator's
Kenmore
Manual
replacement
for
Install
Legs
Cart
[]
Remove
cooking
[]
Place the Grill Head on the
surface
with the control panel
the Cart Legs to Bowl Support
screws
components
from
Grill
Head.
cardboard
work
facing up. install
Bracket. Tighten
securely.
Pattern Head Screw,
Part Threaded 1/4"x2-3/4"
Qty. 4
Part # S135G04332
Caster
Pattern
Head
Screw
Cart
Legs
1/4"xl/2"
Qty. 4
Part # S132G04082
Install
[]
Wheel
Cart
install
the
Bottom
Cart
Shelf
Bottom
Shelf
between
Legs. Tighten
screws
securely.
(NOTE:
Be sure that the tank hole
to the right).
the
Cart
is positioned
Pattern Head Screw,
Part Threaded 1/4"x2-3/4"
Qty. 8
Part # S135G04332
Cart
Bottom
Shelf
10
- Tank
Hole
Side
Cart
Legs
Install Casters and Wheels
[] install the 2 Casters onto the Caster Seats.
[]
install
the Wheel
on the Cart Legs.
Do not
overtighten
or wheel
will not turn freely. Then
snap the Wheel
Hub Cap onto the wheel.
Wheel Bolt 3/8"x3-3/8"
Qty. 2
Part # $211G06352
Spring Washer 3/8"
Qty. 2
Part # S431G0610A
Lock Nut
3/8"
Wheel
Hub
Qty. 2
Part # S372G0611A
Cap
Wrench/No.17
Customized
Qty. 1
Part # P05515019F
Scale 1:2
[]
IMPORTANT:
lift
the
Lock
assembled
both
casters,
with
an assistant
grill.
Install Cart Rear Panel (For Model
only).
[]
Pattern
Head
Install
the
Legs.
Tighten
Screw
Cart
Rear
screws
Panel
between
141.16324
Rear
Cart
securely.
1/4"xl/2"
Qty. 4
Part # $132G04082
11
Install
[]
Cart
Side
Panels
install the left and right Cart Side Panel
between side Cart Legs. Tighten
screws
securely.
Pattern Head Screw
Qty. 8
Part # $132G04082
1/4"xl/2"
Install Door Bracket,
Magnetic Door Stops and
Door Stop Plate.
[] install the Door Bracket (P03305025D for 16322,
P03305024D for 16324), in the up position between
front Cart Legs.
[]
From left and right side of front Cart Legs,
securely
using
2 screws
S135G04332.
[]
From
using
[]
Attach the Magnetic
Door Stop to the Door Bracket.
Align the holes on the Magnetic
Door Stop to the
bottom
side of Door
Bracket.
Tighten
securely
using
2 screws
S132G04082.
[]
Attach the Magnetic
Door Stop and Door Stop Plate
to the Cart Bottom
Shelf. Align the holes on the
Magnetic
Door Stop and Door Stop Plate to the top
side of Cart Bottom
Shelf.
Tighten
two
pieces
securely
using 2 screws
S132G04082.
back side of front Cart Legs,
2 screws
S132G04082.
Pattern Head Screw,
Qty. 2
Part # S135G04332
Part
Pattern
1/4"xl/2"
Head
Screw
Threaded
tighten
tighten
securely
1/4"x2-3/4"
Qty. 6
Part # S132G04082
Magnetic Door Stop
Qty. 2
Part # P05318022B
Magnetic
Stop
Door
Door Stop plate
Door Stop Plate
Qty. 1
Part # P05523003G
Scale 1:2
12
Magnetic
Stop
Door
Install
[]
[]
Handles
Door
Head
Qty. 4
Part #
Screw
S132G04121
the
Bolts
$132G04121
(Stainless
Steel). Be careful
scratch the Door surfaces.
Repeat for Left
within
Door.
to
Door
screws
not to
Door.
insert Door
Bolt
hole of the Front
Handle
and
the
Pattern
Door
Door
install
Right
Door
the lower door
Tighten
screws
using
screw
securely.
1/4"x3/4"
(Stainless
Steel)
Bolt 1/4"x3/8"
Qty. 2
Part # S225G0406A
Install
Doors
to Cart
[]
Install the Door by inserting Door
hole of Cart Bottom Shelf.
Bolt into the
[]
Align the hole of Door Bracket
with the tapped
hole located
on the top of Front
Door.
Insert
screws and tighten securely with a "L" Screwdriver.
Tighten
screws
securely.
Pattern Head Screw,
Part Threaded 1t4"x5/8"
Qty. 2
Part # $135G04101
"L"
Screwdriver
Qty. 1
Part # P05515020B
Scale 1:2
13
Install Lighting Stick and Grease Draining Tray
[] Attach the Lighting Stick to the Left Bowl
Support Bracket using screw $132M04082.
[]
From the back, slide the assembled
Tray side
tabs (with Draining
hole postion
to the right)
over
side
rails underneath
the Grill
Bowl.
[]
install
the Grease
Draining
Tray from
Receptacle
under
the back of grill.
Grease
Lighting Stick
Qty. 1
Part # P05313023B
Pattern
Head
Screw
Grease
M4x8mm
Receptacle
Grease
Draining
Tray
Qty. 1
Part # $132M04082
Install Left Side Shelf and Side Burner
Frame
[]
Insert the 3 screws S132G04122 half-way into
holes on upper rim Bowl Panel (See Figure 1
& 2).
[]
Align
the
Left
Side
Shelf
keyholes
with
the
3
screws (See Figure 3) and tighten the 3 screws
securely
from the underside
of Side Shelf.
[]
Insert
holes
the 2 screws
on lower rim
side of
securely
[]
Repeat
Side
for
Shelf
Right
S132G04122
into threaded
Bowl Panel from the underand
Side
tighten
Burner
the
2
Figure
1
screws
Frame.
Figure
Figure
Pattern
Head
Screw
1/4"x3/4"
Qty. 10
Part # S132G04122
Keyhole
14
2
Install
Side
Burner
Kit
[]
Insert the Side burner Gas Valve Assembly
into
Side Burner Tube (See Figure 1). Be sure the
orifice is inside the Burner Tube properly
(see
warning
on Page 3), or lighting the burner may
cause
explosion
and/or
fire.
[]
Insert the Side
Burner
Gas Valve Assembly
through
the Side Burner Gas Valve Hole on the
Side Burner
Frame.
Align the 2 holes on the
Side Burner Frame with the threaded
holes on
the Side Burner Gas Valve Bracket. Then insert
[]
the two (2) screws
tighten
securely.
and
Fasten
Knob
the
Gas Valve
faces the
[]
provided
onto
the
that
the OFF
Side
and
Burner
position
Connect
the Electric
Burner with the other
Wire terminal
from Grill Head
from Side
as shown.
Bind the connected
Burner
Connection
Electric
Wire
Tube
together
and
using
Side
the
located
in
Electrode
should
Tip
be
supplied
Operator's
[]
Control
Stem. Be sure
Burner.
washers
Fastening
Manual
The gap between
and
the
Side
Band.(Note:
plastic
bag).
the Side Burner
Burner
Port
Side Burner
Pot Support
approximately
1/8"~ 3/16".
If the gap is wider
than 3/16", use a pair of long nose pliers and
gently bend the Electrode Tip toward the burner.
[]
Cut and remove
Fastening
Band
from
Burner
and Pot Support
before use.
Side
[] Place the Side Burner Pot Support into the Side
Burner
[]
Pattern
Head
Frame.
Place the Side Burner Wind Shield on the Side
Burner Frame.
Screw
M4x8mm
Qty. 2
Part # $132M04082
©
Figure
Plain Washer M4
Qty. 2
Part # S411M04122
Electrical
Control
Knob for Side
1/8.~3/16.
Burner
Qty. 1
Part # P03426083H
Scale 1:2
Fastening
Qty. 1
connection
Band
15
BURNER
PORT
Install Ignitor
[]
[]
[]
Battery
Unscrew
the ignitor Cap from Control
Panel.
Place supplied
AA battery into the Ignitor
Slot with positive
pole facing
you.
Position
the Cap and Spring
over the AA
battery
and
tighten
onto
Control
Panel.
Main Burners Electrode Check
Perform this Electrode Check with the
assistance
AA
BATTERY
IGNITOR
CAP_
j_
---.<.
of another person.
This test will ensure that the Spark Electrode Tips
are properly
positioned
so your grill lights easily
and properly.
SPRING
IGNITOR
Spark Gap
Gas
Collector
Box
SLOT
Inside Nut
Install
[]
Spark Receiver
[]
[]
[]
[]
Be sure all
"OFF"
and
Have your
the right of
front of the
face inside
Spark Electrode Tip
Control
Knobs
are set to
open the Grill Lid.
assistant
stand
behind
and
the grill facing toward
the
grill bowl. Never
put your
the Grill Bowl.
[]
[]
Cooking Components
Place the Savor Plates ® (holes face rear
of bowl) on lower ledge above
Burners.
Place Cooking
Grids on bowl ledge.
Place the Secondary
Cooking
Rack
into
the slots on Grill Bowl Side Panels.
to
Press the Ignitor
Cap. You should
hear
a "clicking"
sound.
Your assistant
should
see a blue spark
within Left Gas
Collector
Box. if a spark
is present
the
Electrode
Tips are properly
positioned.
if no spark is seen, the Spark
Gap
needs
to be adjusted
as follows:
•
Using
inside
•
COOKING
an adjustable
wrench,
loosen the
Nut until the Gas Collector Box can
be turned
•
SECONDARY
Model
RACK
141.16322
upward.
SLOTS FOR SECONDARY
COOKING RACK
if the gap between
the Spark
Electrode
Tip and Receiver
is more
than 3/16" use long nose pliers to
gently squeeze
the Gas Collector
Box
to narrow
the gap.
Return the Gas Collector
Box to its
original position,
secure the inside Nut
and try the Electrode Check again, if no
"clicking"
-
Side
[]
[]
sound
is heard:
Model 141.16324
AA
Battery
may
be installed
backwards.
Electric
wires
may be loose.
Remove
the AA
Battery and inspect
the ignitor Junction
Box found behind
the Control Panel and reconnect
any
loose
wires.
Burner
Electrode
When you have finished assembling your
grill be sure that all screws are tightened
for safe operation of your grill.
Check
Open the Side Burner
Lid and remove
plastic shipping
band from the burner
the pot support.
Be sure Control
Knob is set to "OFF"
the
and
and
open the Side Burner Lid. Press the Ignitor
Cap. You
should
hear a "clicking"
sound
and see a blue spark between the tip of the
electrode
and burner.
[]
Failure to read and follow
the Use and Care
Instructions could result in a fire or explosion
that could cause serious bodilyinjury, death or
property damage.
If you don't see a spark from the side burner
electrode,
adjust gap between
electrode
and
burner surface to 3/16 inches.
16
CORRECT
[]
LP
GAS
TANK
USE
[]
Use of alcohol
assemble
and
[]
Keep fire extinguisher
readily accessible.
In the
event of a oil/grease
fire, do not attempt
to
extinguish
with water.
Use type B extinguisher
or smother
with dirt, sand or baking
soda.
[]
In the event of rain,
the burner
and gas
[]
Use your grill
area clear
of
on a level,
combustible
in accordance
with the Specifications
for LP-Gas
Cylinders
of the U.S. Department
of Transportation
(D.O.T.)
or the National Standard
of Canada,
CAN/
CSA-B339,
Cylinders,
Spheres
and Tubes
for
Transportation
of Dangerous
Goods;
and Commission, as applicable.
[]
Do
not
leave
grill
unattended
[]
Do
not
move
the
appliance
[]
Allow
[]
Do
The
[]
This grill is not intended to be installed
recreational
vehicles
and/or boats.
LP Gas
standard
grill models are designed
for use with a
20 lb. Liquid Propane
Gas (LP Gas) tank,
not included with gdll. Never connect
your gas grill to
an LP Gas tank that exceeds this capacity. A tank of
approximately
12 inches in diameter
by 18-1/2 inches
high is the maximum
size LP Gas tank to use. You
must use an "OPD"
gas tank which
offers
a listed
Overfill
Prevention
Device.
This safety feature
prevents
tank from being overfilled which
can cause
malfunction
of LP Gas tank, regulator
and/or gdll.
[]
[]
The
LP
Gas
LP
tank
Gas
must
tank
be constructed
must
have
and
a shutoff
[]
[]
space
of
the
The tank supply
vapor
withdrawal.
The
LP
Gas
to protect
the
valve,
must
be
arranged
and
turn
stable surface
materials.
used
must
have
a collar
B.
C.
valve.
the
not
grill
use
when
when
to
cool
before
your
grill
as
in
use.
in use.
moving
or storing.
a heater.
in or on
Do not store a spare LP-Gas
tank under or near
this appliance.
Never fill the tank beyond
80 percent
full; and
If the information
in "(a)" and "(b)" is not followed
exactly, a fire causing
death or serious injury may
Never
connect
an unregulated
LP gas tank to your
gas grill. The gas regulator
assembly
supplied
with
your gas grill is adjusted
to have an outlet
pressure of 11" water column
(W.C.)
for connection
to
an LP gas tank. Only use the regulator
and hose
assembly
supplied
with
your gas grill. Replacement
re,qulators
and hose
assemblies
must
be those
specified
by Sears.
See Parts List.
[]
Have your
after every
[]
Always
[]
Do not subject
[]
Never store an LP Gas tank indoors.
If you store
your gas grill in the garage
always
disconnect
the
LP Gas tank first and store it safely outside.
Never use your gas grill in a garage, porch,
breezeway
or any other enclosed
area.
[]
LP Gas
ventilated
your
[]
Disconnected
keep
LP
dealer
ensure
Gas
check
the
it remains
release valve
free of defects.
in upright
position.
tank
the LP Gas tank to excessive
occur.
Use your grill outdoors,
at least 3 feet away
from
any wall
or surface.
Use your grill at
least
3 feet
away
from
combustible
objects
that can melt or catch fire (such as vinyl or wood
siding,
fences
and overhangs)
or sources
of
ignition
including
pilot lights on water
heaters
and
live electrical
appliances.
heat.
Never
a
tanks
area
building,
must be stored
and out of the
LP
garage
Gas
or
tanks
any
outdoors
reach of
must
other
not
in a wellchildren.
be
enclosed
stored
the flow
of ventilation
air
around
housing.
in
The regulator
and hose assembly
can be seen
after opening
the doors
(if applicable)
and must be
inspected
before
each use of the grill. If there is
excessive
abrasion
or wear or if the hose is cut, it
must be replaced
prior to using the grill again.
[]
Never
before
seated
light your gas grill with the lid
checking
to ensure
the burner
over the gas valve orifices.
obstruct
gas grill
shed,
area.
[]
[]
off
in an
[]
LP Gas
filling to
to
for
A.
tank
grill
ability
tank.
system
tank
cover the
supply.
the
marked
terminating
in an LP Gas supply
tank valve outlet
that is compatible
with a Type 1 tank connection
device.
The LP Gas tank must also have a safety
relief device that has a direct connection
with the
vapor
or drugs may impair
operate
the appliance.
closed
tubes
Never
allow children
to operate
your grill. Do
allow children
or pets to play near your grill.
or
are
fully
not
/
17
NOTE
•
about
LP Gas Tank
Exchange Programs
To
Many retailers that sell grills offer you the option of
replacing
your empty LP Gas tank through
an exchange
service.
Use only those reputable
exchange
companies
that inspect,
precision
fill, test and certify
their tanks. Exchange
your tank only for an OPD safety
feature-equipped
tank as described
in the LP Gas
tank section of this manual.
•
Always keep new and exchanged
LP Gas tanks in
an upright position
during
use, transit or storage.
•
Leak test new and exchanged
FORE
connecting one to your grill.
LP Gas tanks BE-
Install
Secure
LP
a
Gas
20
Ib
LP
Tank:
Gas
Gas
[]
Turn your LP Gas Tank Valve clockwise
to the
closed
or OFF positon.
Place LP Gas tank into tank hole on bottom
shelf
or (on select models)
slide the Tank Tray out of
the cabinet
until it is fully extended.
The Tank Tray
has an auto lock position
and may need to be
pulled
firmly.
install the tank so the Tank Valve faces the right
corner
of cabinet.
[]
Secure
Gas
Tank
with
Special
Special
Nut
Grill
Screw the Wing
Bottom
Shelf.
[]
and
to
[]
[]
Bolt
Tank
Nut
and
to
Cart
Wing
Bolt.
How to Leak Test your LP Gas Tank
For you r safety:
•
All leak tests
Gas
tank
must
be repeated
is exchanged
time your
LP
•
When
•
Do not use an open
•
Your grill must be leak tested outdoors
in a wellventilated
area, away from ignition
sources such
•
checking
each
or refilled.
for gas leaks do not smoke.
flame
to check
for gas leaks.
as
gas fired or electrical appliances.
During the leak
keep your grill away from open flames or sparks.
test,
Do not
to
gas
use household
assembly
cleaning
components
agents.
can
Damage
result.
and a 50/50
mild
soap
The Special Nut has
to be mounted to the
and
[]
Use a clean paintbrush
water solution.
[]
Brush soapy solution onto LP Gas tank in the
areas indicated
by the arrows.
See tank diagram.
If growing bubbles appear do not use or move the
LP Gas tank. Call an LP Gas Supplier or your Fire
[]
Right Cart Side Panel
Hole for Regulator
to connect Gas Tank
Valve.
Wing Bolt BEFORE
inserting tank into
tank hole.
Department.
Cart
Bottom
Shelf
J
With the Special Nut,
the Wing Bolt holds
the tank foot firmly.
-41
/
[1111111111%111111111111111111
Special Nut 1/4"
Qty
1
Ref # S303G0404A
(Painted Black)
If growing
bubbles
the LP Gas tank.
or
your
fire
appear
Contact
do not use
an LP Gas
Wing Bolt 1/4"x5-1/8"
Qty
1
Ref # S233G0453A
(Painted Black)
NOTE: Many different size propane gas tank bottom
collars are available in the market, especially with the
popularity of tank exchange programs, tf your tank
bottom collar does not fit into the tank hole after attaching
the special nut to the wing bolt, simply remove the special
nut and secure the tank using the wing bolt only.
or move
Supplier
department!
18
LP
Gas
Connect
[]
[]
[]
[]
only:
Regulator with
Check all connections for
Model
Hose
to
your
LP
Gas
Tank
LP Gas Leaks
Never test for leaks with a flame. Prior to first use,
at the beginning
of each season,
or every time
your LP Gas tank is changed,
you must check for
gas leaks. Follow
these three steps:
Turn
all Burner
Valves
to the
OFF
position.
Inspect
the valve
connection
port
and regulator
assembly for damage or debris. Remove any debris.
Never
use
damaged
or
plugged
equipment.
Connect
the regulator
assembly
to the tank valve
and HAND TIGHTEN
nut clockwise
to a full stop.
DO NOT use a wrench to tighten because
it could
damage
the Quick
Coupling
Nut and result in a
hazardous
condition.
[]
Make
a soap
detergent
Open the tank valve 1/4 to 1/2 (counterclockwise)
turn and use a soapy water
solution
to check
all
connections
for leaks before attempting
to light your
grill. See "Checking
for LP Gas Leaks".
If a leak
is found, turn the tank valve off and do not use your
grill until the leak is repaired.
and
solution
one
by
part
mixing
one
part
liquid
water.
[]
Turn the grill
position,
then
[]
Apply the soap solution
to all gas connections
indicated
by the arrows.
See diagram.
If
bubbles
appear
in the soap solution
the
connections
are not properly
sealed.
Check
each fitting and tighten
or repair
as necessary.
_
Control
Knobs
to the full OFF
turn the gas ON at source.
Gas Vatv_ / Manifold Assembly
TYNPsl121.n5ZbC_t_°002
per
Quick
Coupling Nut
CAUTION:
When
the appliance
must be turned off at the tank.
is not
in use
the
gas
Regulator with Hose (LPG)
Before
using
this
gas
instructions
and
perform
procedures
pre-assembled
even
by the
appliance
all
gas
if
the
retailer
or
read
all
leak-check
If you have a gas leak that cannot
be repaired
by
tightening,
turn off the gas at the source, disconnect
product
was
manufacturer.
fuel line from
or your gas
your grill and call 1-8O0-4-MY-HOME
supplier
for repair
assistance.
e_
Never
disconnect
the gas regulator
or any gas
fitting while
your grill is lit. A lit grill can
ignite
leaking
gas and cause a fire or explosion
which
could
result
in property
damage,
personal
injury
or death.
Disconnecting A Liquid Propane Gas (LPG)
Tank From Your Grill
[]
Make
are
[]
19
sure the Burner
off.
(Turn
Valves
clockwise
to
and LP Gas tank valve
close.)
Detach
the hose and regulator
LP Gas tank valve by turning
Nut counterclockwise.
assembly
the Quick
from the
Coupling
Grill
1.
2.
Lighting
Side
Instructions
lighting
yourself
in this
2. Open
gas
supply
Open
connections.
Tube
or
property
is properly
ignitor
Knob
on Side
for 3-4 seconds
Burner
to light the
the LP Gas tank
Gas_
_-
7. Push
and turn the Left Control
HIGH
Knob
to HIGH.
MED
HOLE
OFF
_
LOW
LIGHTING
8. Immediately
press the Electric
Ignitor
for 3-4
seconds
to light the Burner.
If ignition does not occur
in 5 seconds,
turn the
burner
Control
Knob(s)
and gas source
OFF and
conduct
a leak test of ALL gas connections
and
gas sources
as explained
in the Use and Care
section
of this manual.
If no leaks are detected,
wait 5 minutes
for any
the lighting
procedure.
gas
to
clear
and
to
To light your gas grill by match, insert a match into the
Lighting Stick and follow steps 1 through 6 of the Grill
Lighting
Instructions.
Then, light the match and place
Lighting Stick through the Lighting Hole on the left side
of the grill as shown below. Turn the nearest Control
Knob
to the HIGH setting to release gas. The Burner
should
light immediately.
I
LP
Control
Manually Lighting Your Grill By Paper Match
OFF
Open
turn the
the LP Gas tank
If ignition
does not occur,
turn the burner
Control
Knob and gas source OFF and conduct a leak test of
ALL gas connections
and fuel sources.
If no leaks
are detected, wait 5 minutes for any gas to clear and
repeat the lighting
procedure.
damage.
6. Set Control Knobs to OFF and open
valve SLOWLY
1/4 of a turn.
Lid.
5. If the burner does not light, turn the knob to OFF.
Wait 5 minutes, then retry or light by using lighting
stick with a match.
Failure
to replace
a faulty hose, secure
gas supply
connections
or to open the Lid before
proceeding
to the Lighting
Procedures
could
result in a fire or
explosion
that could
cause
serious
bodily
injury,
death,
Burner
Press the Electric
Burner.
the Grill Lid.
5. Check that the end of each Burner
located over each Valve Orifice.
Side
Push and
HIGH.
3. Be sure the LP Gas tank is filled.
4.
Instructions
3. Set Control Knob to OFF and open
valve 1/4 ~ 1/2 turn SLOWLY.
with the safety and Use and Care
manual.
Do not smoke while
grill or checking
Lighting
1. Follow steps 1 through 3 of the Grill Lighting
Instructions.
Before each use, check all hoses for cracks, nicks,
cuts, burns or abrasions.
If a hose is damaged
in any
way, do not use your grill before replacing the hose
with an authorized
part from the Parts List. Also make
sure all gas supply connections
are securely tightened.
Familiarize
instructions
Burner
LIGHTING
STICK
I
/_
\
MATCH
repeat
PRESS
Never
lean over the grill cooking
area while
lighting
your gas grill. Keep
your face and body
a safe distance
(at least 18 inches) from the
Lighting
Hole or Burners
when
lighting
your grill
9. After the Burner is lit, turn the tank valve SLOWLY
one more 1/4 of a turn for 1/2 of one complete turn.
by match.
Once Left Burner is lit, the right adjacent
Burner(s)
can be lit by turning its Control Knob to HIGH in
sequence
from left to right.
2O
Troubleshooting
If the grill fails
To
to light :
1. Turn gas off at source and turn Control Knobs to
OFF. Wait at least 5 minutes for gas to clear, then
retry.
2.
3.
If your grill still fails
and connections.
to light,
check
gas
Misalignment
Correction:
of Burner
Reposition
[]
Obstruction
in gas line
Correction:
Remove fuel
smoke! Open gas supply
any obstruction
from fuel
at source and reconnect
Tubes over Orifices
Burner Tubes over Orifices.
line from grill. Do not
for one second to clear
line. Close off gas supply
fuel line to grill.
Plugged
Orifice
Correction:
Remove Burners from grill by removing the screw from the rear of each Burner using a
Phillips Head Screwdriver.
Carefully lift each
Burner up and away from gas valve Orifice.
Remove the Orifice from gas valve and gently clear
any obstruction
with a fine wire. Then reinstall all
Orifices, Burners
and cooking
components.
[]
If an obstruction
is suspected
in Gas Valves
Manifold,
call the Grill Information
Center.
[]
Obstruction
in Burner
from
your
excess
gas
gas
[]
Turn
Control
Knobs
[]
Turn
off the
gas
[]
Disconnect
[]
Let unit stand
from gas line.
[]
Reconnect
[]
Open
[]
Turn
[]
Push
[]
Press
Electric
the burners.
to
or
•
•
•
•
Tubes
[]
Misalignment
of Ignitor on Burner
Correction:
Check for proper position of the
Electrode Tip as shown in step 14 page 16. The
gap between
the Spark Electrode
Tip and Spark
Receiver
should be approximately
3/16". Adjust
if necessary.
With the gas supply closed and all
Control Knobs set to OFF press the Electric
ignitor cap and check for the presence
of a spark
at the Electrode.
[]
Disconnected
[]
Weak AA battery
Correction:
Unscrew
the battery.
the
5
Cap
regulator
Grill
Lid.
tank
valve
on
and
turn
the
to
Call 8am
to 8pm
CST
reset
position.
valve.
LP
to
Gas
the
allow
LP
SLOWLY
LEFT
Ignitor
tank.
for
Gas
1/4 of
Control
3-4
air
purge
tank.
a turn.
Knob
seconds
to
to
HIGH.
to
light
•
Shut off gas supply to the gas grill.
Turn the Control Knobs to OFF position.
Open the Grill Lid.
Put out any flame with a Class B fire
extinguisher.
Once the grill has cooled down, clean
the Burner Tubes and Burners according
to the cleaning instructions in this
Operator's Manual.
and replace
If the grill still does
not light you may need to
purge air from the gas line or reset the
regulator
excess
gas flow device.
Note:
This
procedure
should
be done every time a new
LP Gas tank is connected
to your grill.
GRILL
tank
minutes
Wires
the ignitor
and/or
device:
OFF
from
Correction:
inspect the Electric ignitor (see Parts
List) found behind the Control Panel. Connect
loose
Electric wires to Junction Box and try to light the grill.
[]
the
at the
regulator
line
flow
Should a FLASHBACK fire occur in or around
the Burner Tubes, follow the instructions below.
Failure to comply with these instructions could
result in a fire or explosion that could cause
serious bodily injury, death, or property damage.
Correction:
Follow the Burner Tube cleaning
procedure
on page 23 of this Operator's
Manual.
Electric
air
regulator
supply
Repeat
lighting
procedure.
If your grill still fails
to operate,
turn the gas off at source,
turn the
Control
Knobs to OFF, then check the following:
[]
[]
purge
the
INFORMATION
CENTER
1-888-317-7642
Monday through
21
Friday
10. Replace
Proper
care
and
maintenance
operating
condition
and
cleaning
procedures
on
stay clean and operate
CAUTION:
Be sure your
Cleaning
[]
The
Grids
The
Grease
them
the
Inside
Grill
bowl.
by model)
Steel
during
the
Surfaces:
your
grill.
Follow
these
steps
2. Remove dirt or grease using a soft cloth and
polish stainless
surfaces.
Wipe with a soft cloth.
3. Remove
aluminum
foil from exposed
gas fitting
and allow grill to air dry before attaching
the
regulator and hose to your LP Gas tank.
of The Grill Interior
Turn
all Burner
Valves
to the full OFF
2.
Turn the LP gas tank valve to the full OFF
3.
Disconnect
the regulator
from the gas tank. inspect
the hose with regulator assembly
for cracking,
cuts
or any other damage,
and
replace as neccessary.
Refer to the Parts List in this Operator's
Manual.
Failure
to comply with these instructions
may
result
in a hazardous
situation
which,
if not
position.
avoided,
position.
and
6.
Brush the inside and bottom of the grill with a fiber
pad or nylon brush and wash with a mild soap and
warm water solution.
Rinse thoroughly
and let dry.
Valve
Orifice
with aluminum
result
in injury.
area clear and free from combustible
gasoline
and other flammable
vapors
liquids.
Do not obstruct
and ventilation.
the flow of air for combustion
Keep the ventilation openings
of the
cabinet free and clear of debris.
Cover
Gas
may
Keep grill
materials,
Remove and clean the Savor Plates _, Cooking
Grids, Cooking
Rack and Grill Burners.
5.
tank enclosure
foil.
Visually check
ensure proper
MAGNIFIED
LIGHTING
Remove aluminum foil from Orifices and check
each Orifice for obstruction.
8.
Check each Spark Electrode,
adjusting
The space between
the Spark Electrode
Spark Receiver should be approximately
g.
Replace the Burners and adjust the Gas
Collector
Box. The edge of the collector
box should
be overlapping
the Burner Port.
for
1. Turn the LP Gas tank valve (clockwise)
to the full
OFF position.
Disconnect
the regulator and hose
assembly
from LP Gas tank. Cover exposed
gas
fitting with aluminum
foil.
Lid
1.
7.
(varies
Stainless
scratch and damage
the best results.
Burning-off
excess food after every cookout will
keep it ready for instant use. However,at
least every
3 months you must give the entire grill a thorough
cleaning
to minimize your risk of grease fire and
keep the grill in top shape. Follow these steps:
each
Exterior
Do not use a stiff wire or
scratch
stainless steel and
oils used in the manufacturing
process of stainless
steel can also cause this tanning color. After
removing any protective
PVC film from the Grill Lid or
Control Panel use a Stainless
Steel Cleaner to polish
the stainless steel surfaces
of your grill. Never use
abrasive
cleaners
or scrubbers
because
they will
Tray and Receptacle
of the
the
Weathering
and extreme heat can cause exterior
stainless
steel surfaces
to turn tan in color. Machine
Grease can have a tendency to build up on the
inside of the Grill Lid and could drip onto deck or
patio when the lid is opened.
Visually inspect the
inside of the Grill Lid before each grill use. Remove
any grease and wash with a mild soap and warm
water solution.
Annual Cleaning
4.
chip painted surfaces
cleaning
process.
Cleaning
into the cooking
Grids.
Exterior Surfaces:
sponge for this process.
brass brush. These will
Plates ®
you reinstall
Cooking
Before initial use, and periodically
thereafter,
we
suggest you wash your grill using a mild soap and
warm water solution. You can use a wash cloth or
To reduce the chance of fire, the Grease Draining
Tray and Grease Receptacle
(some models)
should be visually inspected
before each grill use.
Remove any grease and wash Grease Tray and
Receptacle
with a mild soap and warm water
solution.
Cleaning
[]
Cleaning
Periodically
you should wash the Savor Plates ®
in a soap and warm water solution. Use a
vegetable
brush to remove stubborn
burnt-on
cooking residue. Dry the Savor Plates ® thoroughly
Cleaning
[]
Savor
Plates ® and
11. Reconnect
the gas source and observe
Burner flame for correct operation.
grill in top
prolong
its life. Follow these
a timely basis and your grill will
with minimum
effort.
grill is OFF and cool before cleaning.
The Cooking
before
[]
keep your
Before initial use, and periodically,
wash your
Cooking
Grids in a mild soap and warm water
solution. You can use a wash cloth or vegetable
brush to clean your Cooking
Grids.
Cleaning
[]
will
Savor
as needed.
Tip and
3/16".
22
burner flames occasionally
to
flame pattern as shown below.
VIEW
HOLE
OF BURNER
FLAME
THROUGH
To reduce the chance of FLASHBACK
FIRE you must
clean the Burner Tubes as follows at least once a month
Regardless
of which
use, we recommend
steps to help prolong
in summer
and fall or whenever
spiders are active in your
area, and if your grill has not been used for an extended
period of time.
1.
Turn all Burner
2.
Turn the LP Gas tank valve to the full OFF
to the full OFF
position.
Remove the Cooking Grids, Savor Plates ® and
Grease Trays from your grill.
Carefully lift each Burner
Gas Valve Orifice.
Check
and clean
and insect nests.
beneath the grill.
METHOD
burner/venturi
A clogged
1: Bend
2.
Clean any clogged ports
an open paper clip.
3.
Inspect each Burner for damage
(cracks or holes)
and if such damage is found, order and install a
new Burner. After installation, check
to ensure that
with a stiff wire,
such
tubes for insects
tube can lead to a fire
a stiff
hanger
into a small hook
run the hook through
the
inside
the Burner
several
debris.
For safe operation
ensure the Gas Valve Assembly
Orifice is inside the Burner Tube before using your
grill. See figure.
If the Orifice
is not inside
the
Burner
Tube,
lighting
the
Burner
may
cause
explosion
and/or
fire resulting
in serious
bodily
injury and/or
property
damage.
one of these
wire
or wire
coat
as shown
and
Burner Tube and
times to remove
.)
[]
METHOD
2:
Use
a bottle
brush
flexible handle
and run the
the Burner
Tube
and inside
several
[]
times
METHOD
3:
to
Use
remove
an
air
with
Gas Valve AssembIy
a
Orifice
brush through
the Burner
any
debris.
hose
to
force
air
through
each Burner Tube.
The forced
air
should
pass
debris
or obstructions
through
the Burner
and out the Ports.
Figure
1
TO CLEAN BURNER TUBE,
INSERT HOOK AS INDICATED
_
_
as
up and away from the
Refer to Figure 1 and perform
three cleaning methods:
[]
Use a fiber pad or nylon brush to clean the entire
outer surface of each Burner until free of food
residue and dirt.
the Gas Valve Orifices are correctly placed inside
the ends of the Burner Tubes. Also check the position
of your Spark Electrode.
5. Remove the screw from the rear of each Burner
using a Phillips Head Screwdriver.
6.
1.
position.
Detach the LP Gas regulator assembly from your
gas grill.
3.
4.
Valves
Burner cleaning
procedure
you
you also complete
the following
Burner life.
BY THE ARROW
SSSDSSSSSDSSSSDDSSSDSDSSDSSDSDSSDDDSSSSDSSSSSSSSSSDSSSSDDSSSD_
\
BurnerTube
23
BumerTube
Burn-Off
Indirect
[]
[]
Before cooking on your gas grill for the first time, you
should "burn off" the grill to eliminate any odor or
foreign matter. Ignite the burners, lower the Lid, and
operate grill on HIGH setting for 3 to 5 minutes.
CAUTION:
Operating your grill on the HIGH setting for
longer than five minutes may damage
certain parts of
your grill. Do not leave your grill unattended
when
The indirect cooking method can also be used with
the supplied Cooking Grids. To cook indirectly,
the
food should be placed on the left or right side of your
grill with the Burner lit on the opposite side. Or place
your food on the Secondary
Cooking Rack and light
the outer grill Burners. Either way, indirect
cooking
must be done with the Lid down.
in use.
Prepare
Preheating
[]
[]
To preheat, light your grill on HIGH,
and follow this timetable:
• For high
minutes.
temperature
• For low temperature
• To slow
Cooking
[]
cook,
lower
the
Lid
cooking,
preheat
grill 3 to 5
cooking,
preheat
grill 3 minutes.
preheating
is not
necessary.
Medium
medium
rotisserie
An Important
[]
Grids
for Grilling
Greasing
the cooking
surface will help keep foods
from sticking during the cookout and reduces the
amount of cleanup required.
Use a brush to apply a
thin layer of cooking
oil or vegetable
shortening
onto
each Cooking Grid before each cookout.
We do not
suggest spray type oils unless they are specified for
high-temperature
cooking.
Be sure to coat the entire
cooking
surface including edges and any areas with
chipped
porcelain.
[]
The fats and juices dripping from grilled food can
cause flare-ups.
Since flare-ups
impart a favorably,
distinctive taste and color to food cooked over an
open flame, they should be accepted
up to a point.
To minimize flare-ups
use a drip pan under foods
that produce
a lot of grease, like ribs.
to Low Settings:
Most recipes specify
to low settings,
including
all smoking,
cooking
and cooking
lean cuts such as fish.
Note About
Cooking
Temperatures
Unlike the controlled
environment
inside your kitchen,
variables like outside temperatures,
direction
and conditions
of wind, as well as grill location will
affect your grill's heat distribution.
Because these
conditions
vary, no two cooking situations are alike.
For this reason, we recommend
you monitor your grill
closely so you can adjust heat settings and rotate
foods as needed to prevent overcooking
and ensure
the most delicious
results every time.
•
The middle and back primary cooking
highest heat for searing and grilling.
•
The Secondary
Cooking Rack offers medium heat for
preparing
breads and firm vegetables
like potatoes
and corn.
•
Cooking
Flare-Up
Temperatures
High setting:
The HIGH Control Knob setting should
only be used to pre-heat your grill the first 3-5 minutes
and for burning food residue off the grill for 3-5 minutes after cooking is complete.
Never use the HIGH
setting for extended cooking.
[]
Cooking
areas
Failure
to comply
with
these
instructions
could
result in a fire or explosion
that could cause
serious bodily injury, death or property damage.
Never
line the bottom
of the grill housing
or
Savor
Plates ® with aluminum
foil, sand or any
substance
that will restrict
the flow of grease
into the Grease
Draining
Tray and Receptacle.
offer the
Before each use of your grill: Pull out the Grease
Tray and remove all grease and food debris to
prevent grease fire hazard.
Use your grill at least 3 feet away from
any
wall or surface.
Use your grill at least 3 feet
away
from combustible
objects
that can melt or
catch fire (such
as vinyl or wood siding,
fences
and overhangs)
or sources
of ignition
including
pilot lights on water
heaters
and live electrical
appliances.
The front primary cooking area offers less heat and is
ideal for preparing
delicate foods and for keeping
cooked foods warm.
DirectCooking
[]
Never use your gas grill in a garage, porch,
breezeway
or any other enclosed
area.
The direct cooking
method
can be used with the
supplied
Cooking
Grids and food placed directly over
the lit grill Burners.
Direct Cooking
requires
the Grill
Lid to be open. This method
is ideal for searing,
grilling, deep frying and whenever
you want foods to
have
an
open-flame
barbecued
shed,
Your grill will get very hot. Always wear a flame
retardant
BBQ Mitt when cooking on your grill.
Never lean over cooking
areas while using grill.
Do not touch cooking surfaces,
Lid, grill housing
or other parts while grill is in operation,
or until
the grill has cooled down after use.
taste.
A-1
Rotisserie
cooking
produces
foods
that are moist and
flavorful because the slowly rotated food self-bastes
to seal
in meat's natural juices. A rotisserie
can be used to slow
Anything you enjoy cooking indoors can be
prepared outdoors
accessories
as well. These optional
cook
back
make it easy to use your new
foods using the indirect cooking method or an infrared
burner, a feature available on select models.
Kenmore Premium or Kenmore Elite grill as an
outdoor kitchen.
Versatile
and Lid
Not all locations will carry all item s and avai lability
is limited to supplies on hand. Accessory fit will
cast-iron
Pan
set is ideal for
preparing
vary by grill model so ask a sales associate for
deep
dish
pizza, cornbread,
casseroles
and
deserts.
specific details.
G rill accessories are offered at most larger Sears
full line stores, Sears Grand, Sears Hardware,
The Great Indoors, Orchard Supply Hardware and
sears.com.
Reversible
iron Griddle
a flat side
castoffers
for
grilling
breakfast,
fish and fajitas
and
a ribbed
side for
cooking
sausages
burgers.
bacon,
and
Load
your
this
Smoker
Quality
stainless
tools offer
handles
outdoor
Protect your grill from rain, snow and seasonal debris
with a quality made grill cover. Fit varies by grill model.
A-2
Box with
favorite
chips and add
flavor to grilled foods.
304 grade
steel
grill
long reach
for easier
cooking.
Question:
Can I convert my grill from one fuel type to another in
other words from LPG to NG or vice versa?
Question:
Sometimes I hear a humming sound coming from my
regulator. What causes this? And- My grill has a low
flame and sometimes will not light. Why?
Answer:
No, your gas grill
and is certified for
(Natural Gas) use
are not available,
parts or information
attempt to convert
Answer:
is manufactured
to exact specifications
LPG (Liquid Propane
Gas) or NG
only. For your safety, conversion
kits
nor will we sell or otherwise
provide
to be used to convert your grill. Any
your grill is dangerous
and will void
]he humming
sound is gas flowing through the
regulator. A low volume of sound is normal and will not
interfere with the operation of your grill. Loud or
excessive
regulator
humming
and/or low flow and
intermittent
lighting
may be caused by the regulator's
your warranty.
excess gas flow device.
Opening the tank valve all the
way or too quickly is what triggers the regulator's
safety device to restrict gas flow, preventing
excess
gas flow to your grill. Lighting the main Burner farthest
from the fuel source every time will help eliminate
air
pockets
in the manifold.
Note: This procedure
should
be done every time a new LP Gas tank is connected to
your grill.
Question:
Are the serial and model
somewhere
for reference?
Answer:
The serial
CSA label
model, the
right side
underneath
left or right
cabinet.
and
model
placed on
silver CSA
bowl panel
the right
of control
numbers
numbers
of my grill
are listed
on
listed
a silver
the grill. Depending
on the grill
label will be located on the left or
underneath
the side shelf,
side of the control panel, outside
panel or on the back of the grill
[]
Turn
all Control
[]
Turn
off the LP Gas tank at the tank valve.
[]
Disconnect
Question:
My grill will not light properly. Why?
[]
Let unit stand
[]
Reconnect
Answer:
[]
Open grill Lid (or Side Burner
the Side Burner)
[]
Turn
[]
Light the
[]
Turn the tank valve slowly one more
for ½ of one complete
turn.
[]
Continue
[]
Do not turn tank valve more
Try this procedure:
1. Turn gas off at source and turn Control Knobs OFF.
Wait at ]east 5 minutes for gas to clear, then retry.
2. ]f your grill still falls to light, turn the Burner Control
Knob(s) and gas source OFF and conduct a leak test
of ALL gas connections and gas sources as
explained in the Use and Care section of this manual.
3. If no leaks are detected, wait 5 minutes for any gas to
clear and repeat the lighting procedure.
Question:
If my ignitor or battery is not working how can I light
my grill manually? And -Why would I need the silver
lighting stick that hangs from the side of my grill?
If your ignition fails to work or your battery needs
replacing,
you can light your grill through the Lighting
Hole on the side of the grill bowl using the Manual
Lighting Stick that hangs from the side of your grill. The
Lighting Stick is designed
to hold a paper match and
allows you to safely insert a match through the Lighting
Hole without getting close to the Burner. Never remove
the Cooking Grids or Savor Plates ® and attempt to light
should
light
LP Gas
tank.
LP Gas
tank.
for 5 minutes.
regulator
the tank
from
position.
to the
Lid if you
are lighting
valve slowly 1/4 of one turn.
left main
to light
Burner.
Burners
moving
than
_¼of one turn
towards
the tank.
½ of one turn.
Answer:
the grill from above. To light your gas grill manually,
insert a paper match into the Manual Lighting Stick and
follow steps 1 through 6 of the Basic Lighting
Procedures.
Then, light the match and place it through
the Lighting Hole on the left side of the grill (location of
hole varies by grill model). Turn the nearest main
Burner Control Knob to the High setting to release gas.
Burner
regulator
to the OFF
Question:
Where do I use my grill for safer operation and
better performance?
Answer:
The
Knobs
immediately.
[]
Strong winds and low temperatures
can affect the
heating and performance
of your gas grill so
factor in these elements
when positioning
your
grill outdoors
for cooking.
[]
Use your grill at least 3 feet away from any wall or
surface.
[]
Use your grill at least 3 feet away from
combustible
objects that can melt or catch fire
(such as vinyl or wood siding, fences and
overhangs)
or sources of ignition including pilot
lights on water heaters and live electrical
appliances.
[]
Never use your gas grill in a garage, porch,
breezeway
or any other enclosed
area.
[]
Never
your
A-3
obstruct
gas grill
the flow
housing.
of ventilation
shed,
air around
Question:
The Regulator and Hose supplied with my gas grill
does not fit the older LP Gas tank I've used for
years. Why not?
Question:
Some stainless
steel grills specify
304 grade
construction
while others do not mention
a grade
all? What is the difference?
at
Answer:
Answer:
The U.S. Government
regulates
gas appliances
and
LP Gas tanks. When
regulations
are changed
the LP
Gas tank fittings are altered to insure compliance.
If
your LP Gas tank does not fit the Regulator
and Hose
supplied with your new grill, the tank is outdated
and
must be replaced.
Note: Effective April 1, 2002
Gas tanks sold must include an "OPD" Overfill
All stainless grades are not created equal.
grade, also called 18-8 stainless steel, is
excellent resistance
to rust and corrosion
performance
at high temperatures,
which
for grill construction.
all LP
304 grade stainless steel is by far the most popular
stainless steel and contains
18-20% chromium
and
Prevention
Device. The OPD tanks are identified
by
their triangular-shaped
valve wheel. This internal
device prevents
the LP Gas tank from being
overfilled. Tanks without an OPD valve can not be
refilled.
8-10%
making
generally
less than
corrosion
and
temperature
it non-magnetic.
1% nickel.
rust resistance
use.
Beware
It is magnetic
and
designed
of stainless
steel
with less
for limited
grills that
offer no claim of grade because what looks shiny on the
sales floor could become a problem on your patio.
Answer:
Clean your cooking grids by hand if there are any chips
or cracks in the porcelain finish and dry them thoroughly.
If no chips or cracks are present it should be safe to use
the dishwasher.
Remember
to dry the cooking grids
thoroughly
minimize
before
placing
back
How can you tell if a product is made of 304 grade
stainless? Take the simple magnet test. If a magnet
sticks to the stainless steel it is 430 grade. If a magnet
does not stick you can trust its 304 grade quality.
onto your grill to
rusting.
Question:
it have
nickel,
Some stainless steel grills are constructed
of Type 430
stainless steel which contains
16-18% chromium
but
Question:
Is it safe to clean my porcelain coated cooking grids
in the dishwasher?
What
The 304
prized for its
and good
makes it ideal
causes
grill parts to rust
and what
affect
does
on mygrill?
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.
To slow the rusting process on steel Cooking Grids
(select models)
we recommend
greasing
the
Cooking Grids before and after each cookout.
Use a
brush to apply a thin layer of cooking oil or vegetable
shortening
onto each Cooking Grid. We do not
suggest spray type oils unless they are specified for
high-temperature
cooking.
Be sure to coat the entire
cooking surface
including edges and any areas with
chipped
porcelain.
Question:
Which
is a better cooking
surface
porcelain
coated
steel / cast-iron
stainless
steel grids?
to grill on;
cooking
grids
or
Answer;
They all have their advantages.
For traditional
grilling
and searing meats, cast-iron
or steel grids offer
better heat conductivity.
To protect against the natural
rusting process,
steel or cast-iron
cooking
grids offer
a porcelain
finish which requires
routine
maintenance
to keep the grids well seasoned.
Stainless
steel
maintenance.
is popular
with
those
A new innovative
solution
is available
models
called stainless
Therma-Core
Cooking
Grid combines
a heat
with an easy-to-clean
stainless
who
prefer
less
on select
TM.
This
conducting
steel
outer shell.
core
A-4
Your
Home
For repair-in
your home-of
aH majo_ brand appliances,
lawn and garden equipment or heating and c_lmg systems_
no ma/tter who made it, no ma_er who sold it_
Fo_ the replacement parts, accessories and
owner's manuals that you; need to do-it-yourself.
For SeaB professional installation d home appliances
and items like garage door openers and water heaters.
t -8004-MY-HOME
Ca/anytime_ day or _i_t
_w,sears.c_
'_
(U.SA, a:nd Canada)
www.sea[s,_a
Our Home
For repair of carp!-in items _ike vacuurns_ _awn equipment_
and eledronics, call or go onqine for the IIIocation of your nearest
Sears Parts & Repair Center.
Cat_ anytim8, day o_ night (U.S A. on_y}
www.sears_m
To purchase a protection agreement (U.S.A.)
or maintenance agreement (Canada) on a product serviced by Sears:
1_00-827_655
(us
Para pedir sewic}o de re#araca6n
1-800461-6665
Au Canada pour se_'_tceen fsn_ais:
a domicHio, y p_ra ordenar p_ezas:
(1-888-7844427)
(Cana_a_
(1-800-533_937)
_7w.sears.ca