Jenn Air Range/Stove/Oven Repair Manual

Jenn Air Range/Stove/Oven Repair Manual
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Consumer Information
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Important Safety Instructions
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Installation
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4-6
Gas Requirements
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4-5
Adjustments
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5-6
Leak Testing .............................................
6
Grill at a Glance ............................................
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Using Your Grill ........................................
8-10
Operation .................................................
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Lighting the Burners ............................. 8-9
Grilling Hints ...........................................
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Cleaning & Maintenance ....................... 10-1 i
Optional Accessories ...................................
12
Before You Call for Service ......................... 13
If You Need Service .....................................
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Warranty ......................................................
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Guide de L' utilisateur .................................
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Gufa del Usuario .........................................
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CONSUMER INFORMATION.
This guide is intended to assist you in the operation and
maintenance of your new Jenn-Air Grill. Please read it
carefully, and keep it handy for reference,
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For future reference, record the following information and refer to it when contacting the factory or
an authorized servicer.
Locate the model and serial numbers.
Your new grill model and serial numbers are included on a
nameplate located on the inside back wall underneath the
firebox of the grill. Remove the drip tray to visually access
the nameplate label from the front of the grill. Use a flashlight if lighting conditions require it (see illustration below).
NOTE: When handling the drip tray, use care to avoid
scratching stainless steel surfaces.
ModelNumber
Gas Type
Serial Number
Date of Purchase
Complete and return the warranty card.
Please take a moment to fill out and mail the Warranty Card
included with your Jenn-Air Grill. Make sure you enter the
model and serial numbers of your new appliance on the Warranty Card.
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PurchasedFrom
IMPORTANT: Keep this guide and the sales receipt in
a safe place for future reference. Proof of original
purchase date is needed for warranty service.
If you have questions, write to us (include your model
and serial numbers and phone number) or call:
Jenn-Air Customer Service
Attn: CAIR ®Center
P.O. Box 2370
Cleveland, TN 37320-2370
1-800-688-1100 (USA and CANADA)
1-800-688-2080 ( U.S. TrY for deaf, hearing
impaired or speech impaired)
(Mon. - Fri., 8 am-8 pm Eastern Time)
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Internet: http://www.j enn-air.com
For service information, see page 13.
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NAMEPLATE
Before calling for service...
LOCATION:
Removedrip tray and look
throughopening
FOR YOUR SAFETY
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
2. An LP cylinder not connected for use shall not be stored
in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
Many operating problems are minor, and can be corrected without a technician. Refer to Before You Call
for Service on page 13 before calling for service.
Please have the model and serial numbers handy
when calling for service.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU
SMELL GAS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Shut off gas to the appliance.
Extinguish any open flame.
Open lid.
If odor continues, immediately call your gas
supplier or your fire department.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Please read before installing and
operating your new Jenn-Air Grill
California Proposition 65 WARNING
WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, afire or explosion may result cansingproperty damage, personal injury or death,
The burning of gas cooking fuel generates some by-products that are on the list of substances, which are known by
the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm.
• Installation and service must be performed by a quill-
California law requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances. To minimize exposure
to these substances, always operate this unit according to the
use and care manual, ensuring you provide good ventilation
when cooking with gas.
fled installer, service agency, or the gas supplier,
• To the installer: Please leave these instructions with the
consumer,
• To the consumer: Retain these instructions for future
reference.
General Safety Information
Before using your grill: Prior to turning the gas on, inspect the gas supply piping or hose. Make sure only the hose
and regulator supplied by Jenn-Air are being used. If signs
of abrasion, cuts, wear and tear or other damage are noticed on the hose, it should be replaced. Contact your local
Jenn-Air dealer for replacement parts,
Installation of this appliance must conform with local codes
or, in the absence of local codes, with either the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1, or CAN/CGA-B i49.1, Natural Gas Installation Code or CAN/CGA-B 149.2, Propane
Installation Code.
The utilization of an external electrical source requires that
when installed, this gas appliance be electrically grounded
in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local
codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70,
or the Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.
Spider and Insect Warning
Spiders
andtheother
insects
can nest
in burner
the burners
the grill
and block
gas and
airflow
to the
ports.ofThis
creates a dangerous condition that can result in a fire from behind the valve panel. It is a good practice to inspect the
burners for blockage and clean them regularly; in addition,
such inspection and cleaning is absolutely necessary if any
of the following conditions exist:
a) Smell of gas in conjunction with a yellow flame.
h) Grill does not heat completely.
e) Grill heats unevenly.
In case any of the above conditions are present, turn off the
grill immediately; allow it to cool, inspect and clean the
burners. (See page 11 of this guide.)
General Precautions
1. Your Jenn-Air gas grill should be properly installed and
serviced. Refer to the installation instructions provided
This outdoor gas cooking appliance and its individual shutoff
valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pres-
in this manual. Ask the installer where the gas supply
shut-off is located and how to operate it. All gas lines
must have a shut-off that is readily and easily accessible.
sures in excess of _/2psi (3.5 kPa).
This outdoor gas cooking appliance must be isolated from
the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual
shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply
piping system at test pressures equal to or less than _/2psi
(3.5 kPa).
2. Be sure to connect the grill to the type of gas (LP or
natural) as identified on the nameplate.
The utilization of a self-contained LP-gas supply system
requires that this self-contained supply cylinder be constructed and marked in accordance with the specifications
for LP-gas cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) or the National Standards of Canada, CAN/CSAB339, Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for the Transportation
of Dangerous Goods.
3. If you smell gas, call a qualified service technician. Do
not try to fix the problem yourself.
4. CAUTION: To prevent fire or smoke damage, remove
all packing material from the grill before operating it.
5. Before starting to cook, clean the grill thoroughly, especially the grates, with hot, soapy water. This is necessary to remove residuals and solvents used at the factor_
which may have remained from the manufacturing process.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
6. In the event a burner goes out and gas escapes into the
grill, turn off burner knobs, fully open the grill hood and
vent all the gas out of the grill. Do not attempt to use the
appliance until the gas has had time to escape. Special
care should be taken with LP gas which settles at the
bottom of the grill and will need to be fanned out.
7. Unless specifically recommended in this manual, do not
repair or replace any partof the grill. A qualified technician should perform all other service. Warrantyservice
must be performed by an authorized service agency.
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17. This outdoor gas cooking appliance is not intended to
be installed in or on recreational vehicles and/or boats.
Precautions
l egaramg Children
1. Never leave children unattended in the area where the
grill is being used.
2. Do not store items of interest to children around or below the grill.
3. Never allow children to sit or stand on any part of the
grill.
8. Never grill without the drip tray in place and pushed all
the way to the back of the grill. Without it, hot grease
could leak downward and produce a fire or explosion.
9. L using the optional rotisserie accessory, keep electrical
supply cord away from the heated areas of the grill.
Use
Precautions
1. Never leave the grill unattended while using high flame
settings.
10. Never use the grill in windy conditions. If located in a
consistently windy area (oceanfront, mountaintop, etc.)
a windbreak will be required.
2. Always position handles of utensils inward, so they do
not extend over adjacent work areas or cooking areas.
This reduces the risk of ignition of flammable materials, and spillage due to accidental contact with the utensils.
11. The area surrounding your Jenn-Air grill should be kept
clea ,, and free from flammable liquids and other cornbustible materials such as mops, rags, brooms, etc., as
well as solvents, cleaning fluids, and gasoline.
3. Do not use water on grease fires.
12. Do not use the grill as a storage area for flammable or
plastic items, which may ignite. Do not store spare LP
cylinders or flammable materials in the cart. An LP cylinder not connected for use should not be stored in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance,
4. Never let clothing, potholders or other flammable materials come in contact with or too close to any burner
or hot surface until the surface has cooled. Fabric may
ignite and result in personal injury.
5. When using the grill, do not touch the grill rack or immediate surroundings as these areas become extremely
hot and could cause bums.
13. Never line surface burners with tin foil.
14. When the unit is not in use and connected to a self-contained LP-gas supply system, the gas must be turned off
at the supply cylinder.
6. Proper apparel is a safety consideration. Never wear
loose fitting or hanging garments while using your grill.
15. When not in use, it is permissible for a self-contained
LP-gas outdoor appliance, to be stored indoors only if
the cylinder is disconnected and removed. Cylinders must
be stored outdoors out of the reach of children and must
not be stored in a building, garage or any other enclosed
area.
7. Do not heat any unopened glass or metal container of
food on the grill. Pressure may build up and cause the
container to burst resulting in serious harm or damage
to the grill.
8. Do not use charcoal in the grill.
16. Never locate this appliance under unprotected combustible construction or enclosed area such as a garage, shed,
or breezeway. Keep clear of trees and shrubs.
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Gas Requirements
Your Jenn-Air grill is designed to work as either an LP
(Liquid Propane) Gas grill or as a Natural Gas grill. Check
approved type and is resistant to the actions of LP gas.
IMPORTANT:
Your grill is set to work on one of the types
of gases mentioned above i.e., either LP or Natural Gas,
and should be hooked up to the gas specified on the nameplate. The grill cannot be used with the other type of gas.
your nameplate to make sure the gas supply you are hooking
up to is the gas type for which the grill is manufactured,
An installer supplied gas shut-off valve must be installed in
an easily accessible location. Only use pipe sealant that is an
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Installation
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LP Gas Hook Up (continued)
Gas Pressure Regulator
The unit must be used with the gas pressure regulator. The
regulator will control and maintain a uniform gas pressure
in the manifold. The burner orifices have been sized for
the gas pressure delivered by the regulator.
NOTE: An enclosure for an LP gas cylinder shall be vented
by openings on the level of the cylinder valve and at floor level,
The effectiveness of the opening(s) shall be determined with
the LP-gas supply cylinder in place and shall be accompanied
Cylinder Specification
by one of the following:
a. One side of the enclosure shall be completely open; or
Any LP gas supply cylinder used with this grill must be
approximately 12 inches (30.5 cm) in diameter and 18
b. For an enclosure having four sides, a top and a bottom:
1. At least two ventilation openings at cylinder valve
level shall be provided in the sidewall, equally sized,
spaced at 180 degrees (3.14 rad), and unobstructed,
Each opening shall have a total free area of not less
than V2square inctVpound (7.1 cmVkg) of stored fuel
capacity and not less than a total free area of 10 square
inches (46 cm) high. The maximum fuel capacity is 20
lbs. (9 kg) of propane or 5 gallons (19 liters). Full cylinder weight should be approximately 38 lbs. (17.3 kg) [43.7
lbs. (20 kg) nominal water capacity]. Always use the cylinder dust cap on the cylinder valve outlet during transport and when the cylinder is not connected to the grill.
inches (64.5 cm2).
2. Ventilation opening(s) shall be provided at floor level
and shall have a total free area of not less than V2
square inch/pound (7.1 cm2/kg) of stored fuel
capacity and not less than a total free area of 10
square inches (64.5 cmZ). If ventilation openings
at floor level are in a sidewall, there shall be at
Transporting the LP
Gas Supply Cylinder
Only one cylinder should be transported at a time. Transport cylinder in an upright and secure manner with control
valve turned off and the dust cap in place.
Adjustments
least two openings. The bottom of the openings
shall be at floor level and the upper edge no more
than 5 inches (127 ram) above the floor. The
openings shall be equally sized, spaced at 180
degrees (3.14 rad) and unobstructed.
and Efficiency
Prior to shipment, each burner is tested and adjusted at the
factory. Due to variations in the location, conditions or
gas supply, readjustment of the burners may be necessary.
The flames of the burners should be visually checked and
compared to that of the figure below.
3. Every opening shall have minimum dimensions
so as to permit the entrance of a J/8inch (3.2 mm)
diameter rod.
Gas Manifold Pressure
Flames should be blue and stable with no yellow tips, excessive noise or lifting. If any of these conditions exists,
check if dirt, debris,
spider
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webs, etc. block
FLAME
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(Water Column) (2.5 kPa). A propane gas regulator with hose
attachment for LP cylinder is provided. For plumbed-in LP
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Propane and Natural gas is 14" W.C., V2psig (3.5 kPa.).
Minimum line pressure for propane is 11" W.C. (2.75 kPa).
Minimum line pressure for Natural Gas is 7" W.C. (1.75 kPa).
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Air Shutter Adjustment
5. WARNING! Look for stability in the low flame set-
A sheet metal disk known as an airshutter governs the amount
of air entering the burner. It is locked in place by a setscrew,
which must be loosened with a screwdriverpriorto lighting the
burner.
ting. A very small burner flame may go out or be extinguished easily. Unburned gas can then escape creating a hazardous condition.
1. To access the grill burner air shutters, set all the knobs to the
off position and remove them. Now take out the valve panel
by first removing four screws. Pull the valve panel outwards while unplugging the cables attached to the rotary
Leak Testing
igniter.
2. With a screwdriver, loosen the lockscrew
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on the face of the air shutter•
3. Light the burner. For the instructions that
follow, be careful as the burner may be
very hot.
4. Notice the flame characteristics. If the flame is
yellow, indicating insufficient air,turn the air shutter counter clockwise to allow more air to the
burner.
Perform a leak test at least once each year whether the gas
supply cylinder has been disconnected or not. In addition,
anytime the gas cylinder is connected to the regulator or
any part of the gas system is disconnected or replaced,
conduct the leak testing. This applies to LP gas as well as
natural gas.
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As a safety precaution, remember to always leak test your
grill outdoors in a well-ventilated area. Never smoke or
permit sources of ignition in the area while doing a leak
test. Do not use a flame, such as a lighted match to test for
leaks. Use only a leak testing solution as specified below.
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5. If the flame is noisy and tends to lift away from the
burner, indicating too much air, turn the air shutter
clockwise.
Leak Testing Procedure
6. Repeat procedure for each burner requiring adjustment. Be
sure to tighten air shutter setscrews when finished.
1. Prepare a leak testing solution of sudsy water by
mixing in a spray bottle half liquid soap and half water.
2. Check that all the control knobs are OFF.
7. Once adjusted, turn the burner OFF and reverse steps to reassemble.
3. Turn cylinder valve knob counterclockwise one turn to
Low Setting Adjustment for Burners
open.
The valves on your Jenn-Air grill feature an adjustable low setting. Due to fluctuations in gas pressure or heating value of
gas, you may feel it necessary to increase or decrease gas flow
in the low position,
4. Apply leak-testing solution by spraying on joints of
the gas delivery system.
5. Blowing bubbles in the soap solution indicates that a
leak is present.
1. Begin by lighting the burner.
2. Turn the control knob to the lowest setting, all the way counterclockwise. The arrow will stop between MED and LOW.
6. Stopaleakbytighteningtheloosejointorbyreplacing
the faulty part with a replacement part recommended
by the manufacturer. Do not attempt to repair the
cylinder valve if it should become damaged. The
cylinder must be replaced.
3. Remove knob.
4. Hold the valve shaft with a
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7. If you are unable to stop a leak, shut off gas supply at
the cylinder valve. Remove the cyclinder from the
grill. Call an authorized gas appliance servicer or LP
gas dealer. Do not use the appliance until the leak is
corrected.
8. Push in and turn any control knob to release pressure
in the hose and manifold.
9. Turn off the control knob.
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ROTISSERIE ASSEMBLY
(optional accessory, page 12)
HOOD
GRILL GRATES (page 10)
BRIQUE'n'ES
(below grates, page 10)
BURNERS
(below brique_es)
SHELF
BURNER KNOB
(page 8)
BURNER KNOB
(page 8)
IGNITER
(page 8) KNOB
STORAGE AREA
NAMEPLATE
(inside back wall, page 1)
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DRIP TRAY (page 10)
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Your Jenn-Air grill consists of a set of burners, a bed of
ceramic briquettes and heat retaining cooking grates. Each
burnerisratedat25,000BTU(6,300kcals).
The grill burners,
encompassing the entire cooking area, are side ported to
minimize blockage from falling grease and debris. Above the
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Lighting and Operation
1. Make sure the drip tray and grill grates are in place
Open the hood.
2. Keep your face as far away from the burners as possible
burners are stainless steel trays which support the ceramic
briquettes and protect the burner ports from blockage,
Make sure all burner controls are off. Do not attempt to light
the burners if the smell of gas is present,
3.
Push in and turn the gas control
knob counterclockwise to the LITE
position. Either burner may be lit
first.
For LP units, check the connection with a soap and water
solution after attaching the hose. Make sure there is gas in the
tank and it is sitting upright,
4.
Rapidly rotate the rotary igniter
knob next to the control knob. A
multiple clicking noise should be IGNITER
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KNOB
heard from the igniter indicating a
spark is being provided to the burner.
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5. Listen for the "Woosh" sound. If the burner does not
light on the first try, repeat immediately.
Grilling requires high heat for seating and proper browning.
Some foods are cooked at the HI heat setting for the entire
cooking time. However, when grilling pieces of meat or
poultry, it may be necessary to turn the heat to a lower setting
after the initial browning. This cooks the food through without burning the outside. Foods cooked for a long time or
6. If the burner does not light after 5 seconds, turn the
control knob to the OFF position. Wait 5 minutes until
the gas clears before attempting to light it again.
basted with a sugary marinade may need a lower heat setting
near the end of the cooking time.
8. Upon successful lighting, repeat the process on the
other burner if you wish to light it.
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to any position between HI and LOW. (See Grilling
Chart, page 9.)
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11. To shut off burners push in knob and turn to OFF. It is
normal to hear a popping sound when the burners are
turned off.
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12. Allow the grill to cool and clean the drip tray after each
use. (See Cleaning Section, page 10.)
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Manually Lighting The Grill Burners
Grilling Hints
1. Open the hood.
• The doneness of meat, whether rare, medium, or well
2. Remove the grates over the burner(s) you wish to light,
3. If you have just attempted to light the burner with the rotary
igniter knob, allow 5 minutes for any accumulated gas to
dissipate.
done, is affected to a large degree by the thickness of
the cut. Expert chefs say it is impossible to have a rare
doneness with a thin cut of meat.
4. Keep your face as far away from the burners as possible,
5. Pass a lit, long stem match through one of the small briquette
• The cooking time is affected by the kind of meat, also
by the size and the shape of the cut, the temperature of
the meat when cooking begins, and the degree of
doneness desired.
tray holes and position it near the burner ports.
6. Push in and turn the control knob clockwise to the LITE
position,
• When defrosting meats it is recommended that it be
done overnight in the refrigerator as opposed to a
microwave. This generally yields a juicer cut of meat.
7. Listen for the "Woosh" sound. If the burner does not light
after 5 seconds, turn the control knobs to the OFF position,
Wait 5 minutes until the gas clears before attempting to light
• Use a metal spatula instead of tongs or a fork to turn
the meat. A spatula will not puncture the meat and let
the juices run out.
it again.
8. If the burner does not light after several attempts see Before
You Call for Service on page 13.
• To get the juiciest meats, add seasoning or salt after
the cooking is finished and turn the meat only once
(juices are lost when the meat is turned several times).
9. Upon successful lighting, repeat the process on the other
burner if you wish to light it.
Turn the meat just after the juices begin to bubble to
the surface.
10. Replace grates.
• Trim any excess fat from the meat before cooking. To
prevent steaks or chops from curling during cooking,
GrillinH Chart
slit the fat around the edges at 2-inch intervals.
• Do not leave the grill unattended while cooking.
Preheatgrillonttl for 15minuteswiththecoverclosedbeforegrilling.
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As with any piece of fine equipment, your Jenn-Air Grill must
Cleaning the Drip Tray
be kept clean and properly maintained to maximize its performance and longevity,
Clean internal parts of the grill regularly as determined by the
amount of use and foods cooked. Clean the entire grill once a
The full width drip tray will collect grease from the grill
section. It should be emptied and cleaned out after every
use. Allow the pan and its contents to cool before attempting to clean. Slide out the tray and wipe it clean.
year.
To assure safe and proper maintenance, we recommend you
follow these directions carefully,
By cleaning the grease from the
pan after every use you
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drip tray is fully inserted
back into its track before
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Cleaning
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Grill
Grates
IMPORTANT: DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY
(OPTIONAL ACCESSORY) BEFORE CLEANING ANY
PART OF THE GRILL
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The easy way to clean the grill grates is to scrub them immediately after you have finished cooking andturned off the flame.
Wear a grill mitt to protect your handfrom the heat andsteam.
Dip a brass bristle barbecue brush in tap water and scrub the hot
grill. Dip the brush frequently in this tap water.
Steam, created as water makes contact with the hot grill, assists
the cleaning process by softening any food particles. The food
C'leanlno the Ceramic
Briquettes and Radiant Trays
It is not necessary to remove the briquettes from the
particles will fall onto the briquette tray and burn or fall into the
drip tray.
If the grill is allowed to cool before cleaning, the removal of
radiant trays for cleaning. They burn themselves clean
during the next cooking operation or if
desired you can clean them by light_
ing the grill and letting it burn on
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thorough cleaning. Use soap and water for this cleaning,
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Specks of grease can gather on the surface of the stainless steel
and bake on to the surface grate and give the appearance of rust.
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the amount and type of food
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For removal use an abrasive pad (like Scotch Brite)in conjunction with a stainless steel cleaner. This needs to be done in
extreme cases only, or before storing the grill for an extended
cooked will determine /_f____//
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clean the briquette trays.
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Never attempt to handle a hot briquette tray.
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7. Before replacing the burners, check g_ill bottom for any
Your Jenn-Air grill is made of stainless steel. This is a nonru:,dng and non-magnetic stainless steel.
accumulation of grease, carbon and burnt food. Clean
bottom as described in Cleaning Firebox Bottom.
8. Replace the burner by sliding the air shutter over the
There are many different stainless steel cleaners available.
Always use the mildest cleaning procedure first, scrub in the
direction of the grain; use more harsh methods only when
orifice, centering the burner on the orifice hole. When
properly centered, the burner rear legs will fit into the
square mounting holes of the burner support rail. It is
extremely important to properly center the burner on
the orifice. Be careful not to disturb the air shutter
position. Lower the burner on to the support rail making
sure it is level and does not rock.
necessary,
To touch up noticeable scratches in the stainless steel, sand
very lightly with dry 100 grit emery paper in the direction of
the grain,
Specks of grease can gather on the surface of the stainless
steel and bake on to the surface and give the appearance of
rust. JYorremoval use an abrasive pad (like Scotch Brite) in
conjunction with a stainless steel cleaner.
9. Replace the briquette tray and briquettes, again making
sure the tray is level and stable.
Never use steel wool to clean the grill and never clean the
stainless when it is hot. Be especially careful when cleaning
the polished highlights on your grill and scrub only when
11. Light all burners and check for flame characteristics as
described on Adjustments and Efficiency section on
absolutely necessary.
WARNING: Never spray aerosol cleaners onto or around
a hotgrill; The aerosolpropellant or cleaner may ignite or
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explode causing serious injury.
10. Replace the grill grates.
page 5.
the Grill Burners
The grill burners should be cleaned thoroughly before using
your grill after long periods of storage and monthly during
Cleaning Firebox Bottom
regular use.
1. Be sure the gas supply is off and the knobs are in the OFF
position. Make sure the grill is cool.
Before you put back the grill burners in step 8 of Cleaning
the Grill Burners, look to see if you have an accumulation of
carbon and burnt food on the firebox bottom. If so, use a
2. Remove the grill grates and the briquette trays complete
with the briquettes,
spatula or scraper and push all the carbon to the front and into
the drip tray to collect and dispose.
3. Grasp the burner and lift it up and slightly to the rear of
the unit. Angle the burner sideways carefully clearing the
FIREBOX
orifice and the opening at the front. Remove the burner.
4. Repeat steps above with each of the burners in your unit.
BOTTOM
5. Clean the exterior of the burner with a brass bristle brush.
Clear any clogged ports with a straightened paper clip.
Shake out any debris through the air shutter.
6. Using a flashlight, as shown, inspect the interior of the
burner for any blockages. If any
are found, remove them with a
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straightened metal wire coat
hanger as shown. Again shake
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Rotisserie Accessory
(Model JEA7030ADS)
The Rotisserie Accessory may be purchased from your local
Jenu-Air dealer or by calling 1-800-JENN-AIR.
LEFT
SUPPORT
BRACKET
1. To load the rotisserie rod, hold the handle firmly while sliding
Push the rod through the center of the food, then slide the other
handle)°ne
of (prongs
theontoforkthe
rod.assemblies
(prongs
holder
toward
the food)
onto facing
the rod.away from the
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Center the meat on the rod and push the fork assemblies firmly
together. Tighten the thumbscrews.
To secure any loose portions of your meat, use butcher string
(never use nylon or plastic string).
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2. Mount the motor on the left side of the grill. Place securely
ROTISSERIE
SETUP
onto support bracket.
3. The rod of the rotisserie system is assembled by placing the
pointed end into the motor and resting the rod on the left
rotisserie support bracket. Once the rod is pushed as far as
possible into the motor, the grooved end of the rod should rest
on the right support bracket.
4. If
weight
necessary,
on to the
torod.
offset
With
unbalanced
the counterloads,
weightslide
loose,
theallow
counter
the
loaded rod to rotate and come to a stop. Now rotate the counter
weight above the rod in a vertical position and tighten the
thumbscrew. You can slide the counter weight away from or
closer to the rotisserie rod as needed for balanced operation.
MOTOR
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1800F(820C)inthethigh,
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COUNTERWEIGHT
Grill Cover Accessory
(Model JXA703OADB)
Protec ty our grillfr om w ind an d weath er. Ah eavy vinyl
cover is available from your local Jenn-Air dealer or
by calling I . 800 . JENN . AIR •
Before You Call for Service.
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Check these mints if...
• Remove the grill grates and the briquette tray. Watch the igniter tip as you turn the igniter
knob. You should see a spark jump from the igniter tip to the burner.
• If there is a spark, is gas supplied to the burner and is the line purged of air? Can you match
light the burner? Do the other burners light?
• Check the burner for blockage as described in Cleaning the Grill Burners on page 11.
• If there is no spark, call for service.
• Visually check the electrode and wire while turning the igniter knob. If a spark occurs
anywhere but at the igniter tip, the igniter must be replaced.
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• Is the air shutter properly adjusted? See page 6 for adjusting procedure.
• Has the grill been preheated for 15 minutes with the lid closed?
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• Check the burner for blockage as described in Cleaning the Grill Burners, page 11.
• Check the air shutter for proper adjustment. See Air Shutter Adjustment, page 6.
Low heat with
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NOTE: It is normal to hear a popping sound when the grill burners are first turned off.
If You Need Service
• Call the dealer from whom your appliance was purchased or cai ! Ma_.g Appliances _es Company, Jenn-Air
Customer Assistance at i-800-688-1100, USA and Canada,'or 1-423_72.3333 to locate _ auth_
servicer.
* Be sure to retain proof of purchase to verify warranty statusl Refer to WARJ_kNTY on page 14 for further information on owner's responsibilities for warranty service.
• If the dealer or service company cannot :resolve the problem, write to Maytag Appliances Sales Company,
Attn: CAIR ®Center. P.O. Box 2370. Cleveland, TN 37320-2370. or call 1-800-688-1100 or 1-423-472-3333.
U.S. customers using TTY for deaf. heating impaired or speech impaired• call 1-800-688-2080.
NOTE: When writing or calling about a service problem, please :include the following information:
a. Your name. address and telephone number:
b. Model number and serial number:
c. Name and address of your dealer or servicer:
d. A clear description of the problem you are having;
e. Proof of purchase tsales receipt).
• User's guides, service manuals and parts information are available from Maytag Appliances Sales Company,
Jenn-Air Customer Assistance.
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WARRANTY ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° o ° ° ° ° ,
JENN-AIROUTDOOR GRILLWARRANTY
Full One Year Warranty
- Parts and Labor
For one (l) year from the original retail purchase date, any part which fails in normal home use will be repaired or replaced
free of charge.
•Limited Warranties
- Parts Only
Second Year - After the first year from original purchase date, parts which fail in normal home use will be repaired or
replaced free of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and transportation.
Lifetime Warranty
From the original retail purchase date, parts listed below which fail in normal home use will be repaired or replaced free of
charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and transportation.
• Dynachrome TM Burner
Canadian
Residents
The above warranties only cover an appliance installed in Canada that has been certified or listed by appropriate test agencies
for compliance to a National Standard of Canada unless the appliance was brought into Canada due to transfer of residence
from the United States to Canada.
Limited Warranty
Outside the United States and Canada - Parts Only
For two (2) years from the original retail purchase, any part which fails in normal home use will be repaired or replaced free
of charge for the part itself, with the owner paying all other costs, including labor, mileage and transportation.
The specific warranties expressed above are the ONLY warranties provided by the manufacturer. These warranties give you
specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
What is Not Covered By
These Warranties:
1. Conditions and damages resulting from any of the
following:
a. Improper installation, delivery, or maintenance.
b. Any repair, modification, alteration, or adjustment
not authorized by the manufacturer or an
authorized servicer,
3. Products purchased for commercial or industrial use.
4. The cost of service or service call to:
a. Correct installation errors.
b. Instruct the user on the proper use of the product.
c. Transport the appliance to the servicer.
c. Misuse, abuse, accidents, or unreasonable use.
d. Improper setting of any control,
5. Consequential or incidental damages sustained by any
person as a result of any breach of these warranties.
2. Warranties are void if the original serial numbers
have been removed, altered, or cannot be readily
determined,
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
consequential or incidental damages, so the above
exclusion may not apply.
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