FREESTANDING OUTDOOR GRILL ASADOR
FREESTANDING OUTDOOR GRILL
Installation Instructions and Use & Care Guide
For questions about features, operation/performance, parts, accessories or service, call: 1-877-373-2301
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ASADOR AUTÓNOMO PARA EXTERIOR
Instrucciones de instalación y Manual de uso y cuidado
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COMPTOIR POUR GRIL D'EXTÉRIEUR
AUTOPORTANT
Instructions d’installation et Guide d’utilisation et d’entretien
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composer le : 1-877-373-2301
ou visitez notre site web www.Kitchenaidgrills.com
Table of Contents/Índice/Table des matières.................................................................. 2
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OUTDOOR GRILL SAFETY ................................................................. 3
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS.................................................... 5
Tools and Parts ........................................................................................ 5
Location Requirements............................................................................ 5
Product Dimensions................................................................................. 6
Built-In Outdoor Grill Enclosure ............................................................ 6
Cabinet Cutout Dimensions .................................................................... 7
Gas Supply Requirements ....................................................................... 8
Gas Connection Requirements................................................................ 9
REPLACEMENT PARTS ..................................................................... 10
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .................................................... 12
Unpack Grill .......................................................................................... 12
Install Grill............................................................................................. 12
Make Gas Connection...........................................................................14
GAS CONVERSIONS ............................................................................ 15
Check and Adjust the Burners .............................................................. 18
OUTDOOR GRILL USE ....................................................................... 19
Using Your Outdoor Grill..................................................................... 19
Using Your Rotisserie Burner............................................................... 21
Rotisserie Cooking Tips........................................................................ 21
TIPS FOR OUTDOOR GRILLING .................................................... 22
Cooking Methods.................................................................................. 22
Grilling Chart ........................................................................................ 23
OUTDOOR GRILL CARE ................................................................... 25
Replacing the Igniter Battery ................................................................ 25
General Cleaning................................................................................... 25
TROUBLESHOOTING ......................................................................... 27
ASSISTANCE.......................................................................................... 27
Accessories............................................................................................ 27
WARRANTY............................................................................................28
ÍNDICE
SEGURIDAD DEL ASADOR PARA EXTERIORES ....................... 30
REQUISITOS DE INSTALACIóN...................................................... 32
Herramientas y piezas............................................................................ 32
Requisitos de ubicación......................................................................... 32
Medidas del producto ............................................................................ 33
Recinto del asador empotrado para exteriores...................................... 33
Dimensiones del corte del armario........................................................ 34
Requisitos del suministro de gas ........................................................... 35
Requisitos para la conexión de gas ....................................................... 36
PIEZAS DE REPUESTO ....................................................................... 38
INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIóN ............................................. 40
Desempaque el asador ........................................................................... 40
Instalación del asador ............................................................................ 41
Conexión del suministro de gas ............................................................ 41
CONVERSIONES DE GAS................................................................... 42
Revise y regule los quemadores............................................................ 45
USO DEL ASADOR PARA EXTERIORES....................................... 47
Cómo usar el asador para exteriores..................................................... 47
Uso del quemador del rostizador .......................................................... 49
Consejos para la cocción con el rostizador........................................... 49
CONSEJOS PARA ASAR AL AIRE LIBRE...................................... 50
Métodos de cocción............................................................................... 51
Cuadro para asar.................................................................................... 51
CUIDADO DEL ASADOR PARA EXTERIORES............................ 54
Cómo reemplazar la batería del encendedor ........................................ 54
Limpieza general................................................................................... 54
SOLUCIóN DE PROBLEMAS............................................................ 56
ASISTENCIA .......................................................................................... 56
Accesorios ............................................................................................. 56
GARANTíA ............................................................................................. 57
TABLE DES MATIÈRES
SÉCURITÉ DU GRIL D'EXTÉRIEUR............................................... 59
EXIGENCES D’INSTALLATION....................................................... 61
Outils et pièces....................................................................................... 61
Exigences d'emplacement ..................................................................... 61
Dimensions du produit .......................................................................... 62
Enceinte du gril d’extérieur encastré..................................................... 62
Dimensions de l'ouverture à découper dans le placard......................... 63
Spécifications de l'alimentation en gaz ................................................. 64
Exigences concernant le raccordement au gaz ..................................... 65
PIèCES DE RECHANGE...................................................................... 67
INSTRUCTIONS D’INSTALLATION................................................ 69
Déballage du gril ................................................................................... 69
Installation du gril.................................................................................. 70
Raccordement au gaz............................................................................. 70
CONVERSIONS POUR CHANGEMENT DE GAZ ......................... 72
Contrôle et réglage des brûleurs............................................................ 75
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UTILISATION DU GRIL D’EXTéRIEUR ........................................ 76
Utilisation du gril d’extérieur................................................................ 76
Utilisation du brûleur de tournebroche ................................................. 78
Conseils de cuisson à l’aide du tournebroche....................................... 78
CONSEILS POUR L'UTILISATION DU GRIL D'EXTéRIEUR . 79
Méthodes de cuisson ............................................................................. 80
Tableau de cuisson au gril..................................................................... 80
ENTRETIEN DU GRIL D’EXTéRIEUR ........................................... 83
Remplacement de la pile de l’allumeur ................................................ 83
Nettoyage général.................................................................................. 83
DéPANNAGE ......................................................................................... 84
ASSISTANCE.......................................................................................... 85
Accessoires............................................................................................ 85
GARANTIE ............................................................................................. 86
OUTDOOR GRILL SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety
messages.
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or “WARNING.”
These words mean:
DANGER
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't immediately
follow instructions.
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don't follow
instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what can
happen if the instructions are not followed.
DANGER
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open lid.
4. If odor continues, keep away from the
appliance and immediately call your
gas supplier or your fire department.
WARNING
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable liquids or vapors in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
2. An LP cylinder not connected for use
shall not be stored in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
In the State of Massachusetts, the following installation instructions apply:
■
Installations and repairs must be performed by a qualified or licensed contractor, plumber, or gasfitter qualified or licensed by
the State of Massachusetts.
If using a ball valve, it shall be a T-handle type.
■
A flexible gas connector, when used, must not exceed 3 feet.
■
IMPORTANT: This grill is manufactured for outdoor use only. For grills that are to be used at elevations above 2000 ft (609.6 m) orifice conversion
is required. See “Gas Supply Requirements” section. It is the responsibility of the installer to comply with the minimum installation clearances
specified on the model/serial rating plate. The model/serial rating plate for built-in models can be found on the right-hand side of the grill.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock,
injury to persons, or damage when using the outdoor cooking
gas appliance, follow basic precautions, including the
following:
■ Do not install portable or built-in outdoor cooking gas
appliances in or on a recreational vehicle, portable trailer,
boat or in any other moving installation.
■ Always maintain minimum clearances from combustible
construction, see “Location Requirements” section.
■ The outdoor cooking gas appliance shall not be located
under overhead unprotected combustible construction.
■ This outdoor cooking gas appliance shall be used only
outdoors and shall not be used in a building, garage, or any
other enclosed area.
■ Keep any electrical supply cord and fuel supply hose away
from any heated surfaces.
■ Keep outdoor cooking gas appliance area clear and free
from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
■ Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
Keep the ventilation openings of the cylinder enclosure free
and clear from debris.
■ Open the cabinet door and inspect the gas cylinder supply
hose before each use of the outdoor cooking gas
appliance. If the hose shows excessive abrasion or wear,
or is cut, it MUST be replaced before using the outdoor
cooking gas appliance. Contact your dealer and use only
replacement hoses specified for use with the outdoor
cooking gas appliance.
■ Visually check the burner flames.
They should be blue. Slight
1"
yellow tipping is normal for LP
(2.5 cm)
gas. The flames should be
approximately 1" (2.5 cm) high.
■ Check and clean burner/venturi tube for insects and insect
nest. A clogged tube can lead to fire under the outdoor
cooking gas appliance.
■
The LP gas supply cylinder to be used must be:
- constructed and marked in accordance with the
Specification for LP Gas Cylinders of the U.S. Department
of Transportation (DOT) or the National Standard of
Canada, CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders, Spheres, and Tubes
for Transportation of Dangerous Goods; and Commission.
- provided with a listed overfilling prevention device.
- provided with a cylinder connection device compatible
with the connection for outdoor cooking gas appliances.
■ Always check connections for leaks each time you connect
and disconnect the LP gas supply cylinder. See
“Installation Instructions” section.
■ When the outdoor cooking gas appliance is not in use, the
gas must be turned off at the supply cylinder.
■ Storage of an outdoor cooking gas appliance indoors is
permissible only if the cylinder is disconnected and
removed from the outdoor cooking gas appliance.
■ Cylinders must be stored outdoors and out of the reach of
children and must not be stored in a building, garage, or
any other enclosed area.
■ The pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied with
the outdoor cooking gas appliance must be used. A
replacement pressure regulator and hose assembly
specific to your model is available from your outdoor
cooking gas appliance dealer.
■ Gas cylinder must include a collar to protect the cylinder
valve.
■ For appliances designed to use a CGA791 Connection:
Place a dust cap on cylinder valve outlet whenever the
cylinder is not in use. Only install the type of dust cap on
the cylinder valve outlet that is provided with the cylinder
valve. Other types of caps or plugs may result in leakage
of propane.
If the following information is not followed exactly, a fire
causing death or serious injury may occur.
■ Do not store a spare LP gas cylinder under or near this
outdoor cooking gas appliance.
■ Never fill the cylinder beyond 80 percent full.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Tools and Parts
Gather the required tools and parts before starting installation.
Read and follow the instructions provided with any tools listed
here.
Tools Needed
■
Tape measure
■
Pipe wrench
■
Small, flat -blade screw driver
■
■
#2 and #3 Phillips screw driver
Scissors or cutting pliers
(to remove tiedowns)
■
Level
■
Noncorrosive leakdetection solution
■
Wrench or pliers
Parts Supplied
■
Gas pressure regula tor/hose assembly set for 11" WCP LP
gas.
■
1 - “AA” size alkaline battery
■
20 lb LP gas fuel tank tray
■
12 screws (for inst alling 20 lb LP gas fuel tank tray, 90° clamp/
Natural gas regulator clamp)
■
Hardware packe t
■
2 piece 90° clamp (for mounting 90° connector)
■
Hex wrench (for loosening control knobs)
■
Warming rack
Location Requirements
WARNING
Explosion Hazard
Do not store fuel tank in a garage or indoors.
Do not store grill with fuel tank in a garage or indoors.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
explosion, or fire.
WARNING
Fire Hazard
Parts Needed
■
20 lb LP gas fuel tank
Parts Supplied for Conversion to Natural Gas
■
Natural gas conversion kit (which includes):
■
Natural gas regulato r (marked “Natural Gas Regulator”)
■
10 ft (3.0 m) PVC flexible gas supply hose with quick
connector
■
6 mm nut drive r
■
Natural gas regulato r clamp
■
2.05 mm Natural gas orifice for rotisserie/infrared burner
Parts Needed for Conversion to Natural Gas
■
Gas line shut off valve
■
½" male pipe thread nipple for connection to pressure
regulator.
■
LP gas-resistant pipe-joint compound
■
CSA d esign -certified outdoor flexible stainless steel appliance
connector (4-5 ft [1.2-1.5 m]) or rigid gas supply line as
needed.
Do not use grill near combustible materials.
Do not store combustible materials near grill.
Doing so can result in death or fire.
Select a location tha t pro vides minimum exposure to wind and
traffic paths. The location should be away from strong draft areas.
Do not obstruct flow of combustion and ventilation air.
Clearance to combustible construction for outdoor grills:
A minimum of 24" (58.0 cm) must be maintained between the
front of the grill hood, sides and back of the grill and any
combustible construction.
A 24" (58.0 cm) minimum clearance must also be maintained
below the cooking surface and any combustible construction.
Rotisserie (accessory)*
If you equip your gril l with a rotisserie, a 6" (15.2 cm) minimum
clearance is needed for the rotisserie motor.
A grounded, 3-prong outlet located to the left of the grill is
required.
*See “Assistance or Service” section to order.
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Product Dimensions
Built-In Outdoor Grill Enclosure
WARNING
Fire Hazard
Do not install grill on or near combustible materials.
Doing so can result in death or fire.
The enclosure for the built-in outdoor grill is to be a minimum of 11"
(28.0 cm) high x 23" (58.4 cm) deep x 30" (76.2 cm) wide
This built-in outdoor grill is only for installation in a built-in enclosure
constructed only of noncombustible materials. Non-combustible
materials could be brick, firewall or steel. Do not use wood or other
combustible materials for built-in enclosure.
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Cabinet Cutout Dimensions
The illustration bel ow includes cutout dimensions and minimum spacing requirements. The illustration is for reference. The design of
your cabinet layout can be personalized, but the dimensions for the cutouts and minimum spacing must be followed.
Center or support surfaces must be level.
The installation of this grill must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with either the National Fuel G as Code, ANSI
Z223.1/NPFA 54, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1, or Propane Storage and Handling Code, B149.2.
Copies of the standards listed may be obtained from:
CSA International
8501 East Pleasant Valley Rd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44131-5575
NOTE: The grill drops into the opening and is supported by its side flanges. Do not use a bottom support
.
Built-in Outdoor Grill Enclosure Ventilation Requirements
Any enclosu re is to be ventilated by openings at both the top and
lower levels of the enclosure. The following information is the
minimum for proper ventilation of your island construction.
■ There should be a minimum of 1 7/8" (4.4 cm) of clearance
from the bottom of the main burner bowl assembly island
for proper ventilation
NOTE: There should be no solid surface underneath the
firebox portion of the grill.
■
A minimum of 3" (7.6 cm) is required between the back of the
grill and any noncombustible materials. A minimum of
24" (61.0 cm) is required between the back of the grill and any
combustible material.
■
The island must be vented in one of the 2 following ways:
A 90° or a 180° ventilation in the island to ensure that air flows
through the island at either 90° or 180°.
■
Any enclosure for built-in installation is to have at least one
ventilation opening on an exposed exterior side located within
2½" (6.0 cm) of the top and is to be a minimum of
20 in. 2 (129.0 cm 2 ). One ventilation opening within
1½" (3.0 cm) of the bottom of the enclosure, and the bottom
opening is to be a minimum of 10 in.2 (64.5 cm 2 ). All vent
openings a re to be unobstructed. Every opening is to be a
minimum of 1/8" (0.32 cm) wide.
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■
To ensure that the grill operates properly, it is recommended
that the island have ventilation on all 4 sides as shown in the
following illustration. The ventilation holes should be as
diagrammed to ensure adequate ventilation for your grill and
island.
Natural Gas Conversion
Natural Gas Pressure Regulator Location
Measurements shown are for attaching the Natrual gas pressure
regulator to the enclosure.
20 in.2 (129.0 cm2) min.
ventilation both sides
5" (12.7 cm) max.
1½" (3.0 cm) max.
10 in.2 (64.5 cm2) min.
ventilation both sides
2½" (6.0 cm) max.
■
Proper ventilation is a required based on the above mentioned
specifications for your grill to operate properly.
LP Gas
LP Gas Pressure Regulator/Hose Assembly Location
Measurements shown are for attaching the LP gas pressure
regulator/hose assembly to the enclosure.
Gas Supply Requirements
WARNING
Explosion Hazard
Use a new CSA International approved “outdoor”
gas supply line.
Install shut-off valve.
Securely tighten all gas connections.
If connected to LP, have a qualified person make sure
gas pressure does not exceed 14” (3! cm) water
column.
Examples of a qualified person include:
licensed heating personnel,
authorized gas company personnel, and
authorized service personnel.
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
IMPORTANT:This installation must conform with all local codes
and ordinances. In the absence of local codes, installation must
conform with American National Standard, National Fuel Gas
Code ANSI Z223.1 - latest edition or CAN/CGA B149.1 - latest
edition.
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!!
Refer to the model/serial rating plate for information on the type!
of gas that can be used. If this information does not agree with!
the type of gas available, check with your local gas supplier.
Gas Conversion:
No attempt shall be made to convert the grill from the gas!
specified on the model/serial rating plate for use with a different!
gas type without consulting the serving gas supplier. The!
conversion kit supplied with the grill must be used. See “Gas
Conversions” section.
Gas Pressure Regulator
The gas pressure regulator supplied with this grill must be used. The
inlet (supply) pressure to the regulator should be as follows for proper
operation:
LP Gas:
Operating pressure: 11" (27.9 cm) WCP
Inlet (supply) pressure: 11" to 14" (27.9 cm to 35.5 cm) WCP
Natural Gas:
Operating pressure: 4" (10.2 cm) WCP
Inlet (supply) pressure: 7" to 14" (17.8 cm to 35.5 cm) WCP!
maximum.
Contact local gas supplier if you are not sure about the inlet (supply)
pressure.
Burner Requirements for High Altitude
Input ratings shown on the model/serial rating plate are for elevations up
to 2,000 ft (609.6 m).
For elevations above 2,000 ft (609.6 m), ratings are reduced at a rate of
4% for each 1,000 ft (304.8 m) above sea level. Orifice conversion is
required. See “Assistance” section to order.
Gas Supply Line Pressure Testing
Testing above ½ psi (3.5 kPa) or 14" (35.5 cm) WCP (gauge):
The grill and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the
gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at
test pressures greater than ½ psig (3.5 kPa).
Testing below ½ psi (3.5 kPa) or 14" (35.5 cm) WCP (gauge) or
lower:
The grill 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 ½ psig (3.5
kPa).
Any brand of 20 lb LP gas fuel tank is acceptable for use with the grill
provided they are compatible with the grill tank tray.
The grill is also design-certified by CSA International for local LP gas
supply or for Natural gas with appropriate conversion.
20 lb LP Gas Fuel Tank
The 20 lb LP gas fuel tank must be mounted and secured.
1. Open cabinet doors.
2. Loosen the tank tray locking screw.
3. Place the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank bottom collar into the mounting hole
in the tank tray.
4. Tighten the locking screw against the bottom collar of the 20 lb LP
gas fuel tank to secure.
C
A
B
A. Locking screw
B. Tank tray
C. 20 lb LP gas fuel tank tray
LP Gas Conversion Using a Local LP Gas Supply
If you want to convert to local LP gas supply, contact your local gas
company for specific instructions.
Natural Gas Conversion
Conversion must be made by a qualified gas technician. The qualified
Natural gas technician shall provide the Natural gas supply to the
selected grill location in accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code
ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 - latest edition, and local codes. For conversion
to Natural gas, the Natural gas conversion kit supplied with the grill
must be used. See the “Gas Conversions” section.
IMPORTANT: The gas installation must conform with local codes, or
in the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54 - latest edition.
The supply line shall be equipped with an approved shutoff valve. This
valve should be located in the same area as the grill and should be in a
location that allows ease of opening and closing. Do not block access to
the shutoff valve. The valve is for turning on or shutting off gas to the
grill.
Gas Connection Requirements
B
This grill is equipped for use with a 20 lb LP gas fuel tank (fuel tank not
supplied). A gas pressure regulator/hose assembly is supplied.
A
C
A. Gas supply line
B. Shutoff valve “open” position
C. To grill
A
A. Gas pressure regulator/hose assembly
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
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Part
Number
Part (description)
Warranty
Coverage
Quantity
Part
Number
Part (description)
Warranty
Coverage
Quantity
01
Main lid
3
1
31
1
1
02
Main lid screw with screw
cover
3
2
Electronic igniter
module
32
Rotisserie gas valve
1
1
03
Temperature gauge housing
3
1
33
Main gas valve
1
4
04
Temperature gauge
1
1
34
Igniter junction wire
1
1
05
Main lid handle seat with
heat insulating spacer, left
1
1
35
Front baffle
3
1
06
Main lid handle seat with
heat insulating spacer, right
1
1
36
Grease box
3
1
37
Main burner igniter wire, A
1
1
07
Main lid handle tube
3
1
38
Main burner igniter wire, B
1
1
08
Rotisserie burner igniter
wire
1
1
39
Main burner igniter wire,C
1
1
40
Main burner igniter wire,D
1
1
09
Rear baffle
3
1
41
Burner pin assembly
1
4
10
Rotisserie heat shield
3
1
42
Main burner
10
4
11
Rotisserie burner
1
1
43
Flame tamer
3
4
12
Rotisserie burner igniter
bracket
3
2
44
Cooking grid with hole
3
3
13
Rotisserie burner flex gas
line
1
1
45
Warming rack
3
1
46
Tank tray
3
1
14
Rotisserie orifice with brass
elbow
1
1
47
90° clamp, left
3
1
15
Main lid bracket, left
3
1
48
90° clamp, right
3
1
16
Main lid bracket, right
3
1
49
Preassembly hardware pack
1
1
17
Main burner flex gas clamp
3
1
50
Tank tray bolt
1
1
18
Flange, right
3
1
51
Regulator with brass
connector, Natural gas
1
1
19
Flange, left
3
1
52
Natural gas regulator clamp
3
1
20
90° brass adaptor
1
1
53
Nut driver
1
1
21
Regulator, LP
1
1
54
1
Main burner flex gas line
1
1
23
Main manifold
1
1
10 ft (3.0 m) PVC flexible
gas supply hose with quick
connector
1
22
24
Main control panel
3
1
55
Trim piece,front
3
1
25
Logo
1
1
56
Trim piece,rear
3
1
26
Main control knob
bezel,main burner
1
4
57
Electronic igniter module
heat shield panel
1
1
27
Control knob
1
4
58
Main burner bowl assembly
28
Control knob bezel,rotisserie
burner
1
1
29
Control knob,rotisserie
burner
1
1
30
Lighting rod
1
1
11
Natural gas orifice kit
Nonreplaceable
1
1
1
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Unpack Grill
Install 20 lb LP Gas Fuel Tank Tray
WARNING
The tank tray should be secured to a fixed location that can be easily
accessed and will allow the gas pressure regulator/ hose assembly to
connect to the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank without kinking or putting strain on
the gas pressure regulator/ hose assembly.
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and install grill.
Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.
1. Place the tank tray in a location that can be secured using !
4 screws (supplied) through the predrilled holes.
2. Use 4 screws to secure the tank tray. The typical location for a 20 lb
LP gas fuel tank is within the enclosure where the tank ban be turned
on and off easily.
Unpack Grill
1. Remove all packaging materials and remove grill from the shipping
base.
2. Move grill close to desired outdoor location.
3. Open the grill hood.
4. Using an utility knife to cut yellow straps and packing tape to open
box from top and remove the boxes.
5. Remove the warming shelf and grill grates from inside the grill and
remove the package inside the firebox.
A
6. Remove foam block and wrap from inside the grill.
A. Four 5/32" x 10 mm truss head screws
7. Replace the grill grates.
8. Place warming shelf on brackets as shown.
B
A
A
A. Warming rack brackets
B. Warming rack
9. Dispose of/recycle all packaging material.
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Grease Cup Bracket Installation
Install Grill
Place grill into outdoor enclosure, but leave enough room in the back to
connect to the gas supply.
1. Loosen and remove the 4 screws preassembled on the grease
cup bracket.
LP Gas Installation
1. Check that the LP gas pressure regulator/hose assembly is
positioned under the grill (as shown in the following illustration)
and is not pinched or kinked.
2. Use 2 screws and the 1-piece 90° clamp mounting bracket provided
to attach the 90° brass connector to the back of the enclosure. The
brass connector is located between the flexible gas hose and the LP 2. Attach the left and right grease cup bracket on firebox bottom
gas pressure/hose assembly.
panel under side, align screw holes, insert 4 screws which moved
from step 1 into these screw holes. Screws lock from firebox
bottom panel under side.
B
A
A. 2 screws
B. 1 piece 90° clamp mounting bracket
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3. Tighten these 4 screws.
Make Gas Connection
NOTE: If grill is to be converted to Natural gas, follow instructions in
the “Gas Conversions” section.
20 lb LP Gas Fuel Tank
WARNING
To Connect the 20 lb LP Gas Fuel Tank:
1. Check that the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank is in the “Off” position. If not,
turn the valve clockwise until it stops.
2. Check that the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank valve has the proper type-1
external male thread connections per ANSI Z21.81.
3. Check that the burner control knobs are in the “Off” position.
4. Remove any debris and inspect the valve connections, port, and gas
pressure regulator/hose assembly for damage.
5. Using your hand, turn the gas pressure regulator/hose assembly
clockwise to connect to the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank as shown.
Hand tighten only. Use of a wrench could damage the quick
coupling nut.
Fire Hazard
Do not use grill near combustible materials.
Do not store combustible materials near grill.
Doing so can result in death or fire.
WARNING
A
Explosion Hazard
Use a new CSA International approved “outdoor”
gas supply line.
Install shut-off valve.
Securely tighten all gas connections.
If connected to LP, have a qualified person make sure
gas pressure does not exceed 14” (3! cm) water
column.
Examples of a qualified person include:
licensed heating personnel,
authorized gas company personnel, and
authorized service personnel.
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
B
A. Gas pressure regulator/hose assembly
B. 20 lb LP gas fuel tank
6. Open the tank valve fully by turning the valve counterclockwise.
Wait a few minutes for gas to move through the gas line.
7. Before lighting the grill, test all connections by brushing on an
approved noncorrosive leak-detection solution. Bubbles will show a
leak.
8. If a leak is found, turn the tank valve off and do not use the grill.
Contact a qualified gas technician to make repairs.
9. The igniter battery is not factory installed. A “AA” size alkaline
battery is located in the accessory box on the grill grate. Install
! ! battery at this time following the instructions in “Replacing the
Igniter Battery” section.
10. Go to “Check and Adjust the Burners” section.
IMPORTANT: A 20 lb LP gas fuel tank must be purchased separately.
IMPORTANT: The gas pressure regulator/hose assembly supplied must
be used. Replacement gas pressure regulator/hose assembly specific to
your model, is available from your outdoor grill dealer.
To Install the 20 lb LP Gas Fuel Tank:
1. Install the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank into the compartment below the
grill.
2. Tighten the locking screw against the bottom collar of the !
20 lb LP gas fuel tank to secure.
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GAS CONVERSIONS
5. Use an adjustable wrench to remove the LP gas pressure regulator/
hose assembly from the 90° brass adapter.
Gas Connection to Natural Gas
WARNING
A
Explosion Hazard
Use a new CSA International approved “outdoor”
gas supply line.
Install a shut-off valve.
Securely tighten all gas connections.
B
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
C
!
This installation must conform with local codes and ordinances. In the
absence of local codes, installations must conform with either the
National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 - latest edition, or CAN/CGAB149.1 Natural Gas and Propane installation code.
Copies of the standards listed above may be obtained from:
CSA International!
8501 East Pleasant Valley Rd.!
Cleveland, Ohio 44131-5575
National Fire Protection Association!
One Batterymarch Park!
Quincy, Massachusetts 02269
IMPORTANT: The Natural gas Conversion Kit supplied with this grill
must be used.
1. Turn off all burner control valves.
2. Turn off the main gas supply valve.
3. Disconnect 20 lb LP gas fuel tank (if present) and remove the 20 lb
LP gas fuel tank from the grill cabinet.
4. Use a Phillips screwdriver to remove the 1-piece 90° clamp
mounting bracket from the cabinet wall.
A. Flexible gas hose from grill
B. 90° brass adapter
C. LP gas pressure regulator/hose assembly
6. Install the Natural gas pressure regulator onto the flexible gas hose
from the grill.
7. Check that the Natural gas pressure regulator is positioned under the
grill (as shown in the following illustration) and is not pinched or
kinked.
Use 4 screws to attach the Natural gas pressure regulator to the back of
the enclosure.
A
B
A. Natural gas pressure regulator
B. Four 5/32" x 10 mm truss head screws
1. Make gas connections.
A combination of pipe fittings must be used to connect the grill to
the existing gas line.
B
A
!
The 10 ft (3.0 m) PVC flexible gas supply hose design-certified
by CSA must be used.
!
Pipe-joint compounds suitable for use with Natural gas must be
used. Do not use Teflon®† tape.
2. Connect the brass connector on one end of the 10 ft (3.0 m) PVC
flexible gas supply hose (supplied) to the Natural gas pressure
regulator (A).
A. 2 screws
B. 1 piece 90° clamp mounting bracket
†®TEFLON is a registered trademark of E.I. Du Pont De Nemours and Company.
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3. Connect the quick connector on the other end of the !
10 ft (3.0 m) PVC flexible gas supply hose to the rigid Natural gas
supply pipe (B).
A
B
A
A. Main burner orifice
A. Brass connector
B. Quick connector
Change Grill Main Burner Valve Orifices
IMPORTANT: Check that the orifice is properly installed inside of
the gas valve.
4. Reinsert the burner and reattach using the screw and clip previously
removed. Repeat the procedure for each main burner.
5. Position the igniters so they are ¼" (6.0 mm) away from each burner.
1. Remove the grates and flame tamers.
2. Remove the screw and clip that hold the burner in place. Set the
screw and clip aside. Remove the burner from the grill by lifting the
burner out.
Change the Rotisserie/Infrared Burner Orifice
1. Using a Phillips screwdriver, unscrew the 2 screws and remove the
rotisserie/infrared burner wind baffle.
A
A. Wind baffle
3. Use a 6 mm socket and wrench or 6 mm nut driver to remove the
brass orifice from the end of gas valve. The main!"# burner orifice is
located behind the LP orifice, so no additional orifice needs to be
installed.
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2. Remove the access cover at the back of the grill by removing the 6
screws at the back of firebox.
5. Take out the orifice support, and then use a 6 mm socket and wrench
or 6 mm nut driver to remove the LP orifice at the end of the supply
pipe. Replace with Natural gas orifice.
A
B
A
A. Access cover
3. Using a Phillips screwdriver, remove the screw holding the spider
guard to the burner.
A. Orifice support
B. Orifice
IMPORTANT: Check that the orifice is properly installed inside of
the supply pipe.
6. Reinstall the spider guard, access cover, and wind baffle.
7. Open the manual shutoff valve in the gas supply line. The valve is
open when the handle is parallel to the gas pipe.
A
B
A. Closed valve
B. Open valve
4. Use 24 mm wrench to remove the orifice nut.
A
A. Orifice nut
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8. Test all connections by brushing on an approved noncorrosive leakdetection solution. Bubbles will show a leak. Correct any leak
found.
9. The igniter battery is not factory installed. A “AA” size alkaline
battery is located in the accessory box on the grill grate. Install
battery at this time following the instructions in “Replacing the
Igniter Battery” section.
10. Go to “Check and Adjust the Burners” section.
Record Conversion
The model/serial number plate is located on the right-hand side of the
grill. With a permanent marker, check the box next to ”Natural gas” and
mark through “LP.”
In the last page of the Use and Care Guide, write “Converted to Natural
Gas.” Also record the conversion date and the technician/company that
performed the conversion.
NOTE: Place the LP gas parts in plastic parts bag for future use and
keep with package containing the literature.
Check and Adjust the Burners
The burners are tested and factory-set for most efficient operation.
However, variations in gas supply and other conditions may make minor
adjustments to air shutter or low flame setting necessary.
It is recommended that a qualified person make burner adjustments.
NOTE: The rotisserie burner cannot be adjusted.
Checking and adjusting the grill burner flames requires removing the
grates and flame tamers.
Burner Flame Characteristics
If flame is noisy or lifts away from burner (too much air), turn air
shutter adjustment screw clockwise.
A
A. Air shutter adjustment screw
The flames of the grill burners and side burners (on some models) should
be blue and stable with no excessive noise or lifting (LP gas flames will
have a slightly yellow tip). A yellow flame indicates not enough air. If
flame is noisy or lifts away from the burner, there is too much air. Some
yellow tips on flames when the burner is set to HI setting are acceptable
as long as no carbon or soot deposits appear. The flames should be
approximately 1" (2.5 cm) high.
Adjustment should be made clockwise or counterclockwise from 1/
8" (3.2 mm) to 1/4" (6.4 mm).
7. Replace gas burner, flame tamers and grates.
8. Light grill using information in the “Outdoor Grill Use” section. See
“Burner Flame Characteristics.”
Low Flame Adjustment
1" (2.5 cm)
Check that burners are not blocked by dirt, debris, insect nests, etc., and
clean as necessary. If they are clean, adjust air shutters as needed.
IMPORTANT: Before adjusting air shutters, let burners cool
completely.
To Adjust:
1. Light grill using information in the “Outdoor Grill Use” section.
2. Observe flame to determine which burners need adjustment and how
the flame is acting.
3. Turn off the valve and wait until grill and burners cool completely.
4. Remove grill grates and flame tamers.
5. Remove the screw and clip that hold the burner in place. Remove
gas burner from the grill.
If flame goes out on the “LO” setting, the low flame setting must be
adjusted.
1. Turn off the valve and wait until grill and burners are cool.
2. Remove grill grates and flame tamers.
3. Light grill using information in the “Outdoor Grill Use” section.
4. Turn burner to its lowest setting and remove knob.
5. Hold valve stem with pliers and insert a small flat-blade screwdriver
into the shaft.
6. Watch the flame and slowly turn the screwdriver counterclockwise.
7. Adjust flame to minimum stable flame.
A
B
C
A
A. Valve stem
B. Small flat-blade screwdriver
C. Pliers
8. Replace the control knob and turn off the burner.
9. Repeat steps 3 through 8 for each burner if needed.
10. Replace the flame tamers and grates after the burners have cooled.
A. Clip
6. If flame is yellow (not enough air), turn air shutter adjustment screw
counterclockwise.
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OUTDOOR GRILL USE
This manual covers several different models. The grill you have purchased may have some or all of the features listed. The locations and appearances
of the features shown here may not match those of your model.
Control Panel
A
B
A. Left grill burner control knob
B. Left center grill burner control knob
C
D
E
D. Rotisserie burner control knob
E.Right center grill burner control knob
C. Right center grill burner control knob
Using Your Outdoor Grill
WARNING
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
Explosion Hazard
Do not store fuel tank in a garage or indoors.
Inspect the LP Gas Fuel Tank Supply Hose
Do not store grill with fuel tank in a garage or indoors.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
explosion, or fire.
WARNING
Inspect the gas pressure regulator/hose assembly before each use.
1. Inspect the gas pressure regulator/hose assembly for cuts, abrasions,
or excessive wear.
2. If necessary, replace the gas pressure regulator/hose assembly before
using the grill.
Contact the dealer and use only replacement hoses specified for use
with the grill.
A
Fire Hazard
Do not use grill near combustible materials.
Do not store combustible materials near grill.
Doing so can result in death or fire.
A. Gas pressure regulator/hose assembly
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Prepare the Gas Supply
Manually Lighting the Main Grill
1. Open the hood completely. Do not light burners with the hood
closed.
1. Do not lean over the grill.
2. Remove the manual lighting extension (see following illustration)
and attach a match to the split ring.
Turn the Gas Supply On
1. For outdoor grills using a 20 lb LP gas fuel tank: !
Slowly open the tank valve.
NOTE: If flow limiting device activates, your grill may not light. If
your grill does light, the flames will be low and will not heat
properly. Turn tank valve and all control knobs off and wait 30
seconds. After shutting off the tank, very slowly open tank valve and
wait 5 seconds before lighting.
2. For outdoor grills using gas supply source other than 20 lb LP gas
fuel tank: !
Open the manual shutoff valve in the gas supply line. The valve is
open when the handle is parallel to the gas pipe.
3. Strike the match to light it.
4. Guide the lit match under the grill grate.
A
B
A. Closed valve
B. Open valve
Lighting the Main Grill
IMPORTANT: If burner does not light immediately, turn the burner
knob to OFF and wait 5 minutes before relighting.
1. Do not lean over the grill.
2. Select the burner you want to light. Push in and turn the grill burner
control knob to IGNITE/HI, while continuing to hold !
it in.
3. You will hear the “snapping” sound of the spark. When burner is lit,
release the knob. Turn knob to desired setting.
4. Repeat for each of the other burners as needed.
5. Push in and turn the burner knob to IGNITE/HI for the burner
closest to the lit match. The burner will light immediately. When
burner is lit, turn knob to desired setting.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for each main burner.
7. Remove match and replace manual lighting extension on the right
side panel.
IMPORTANT:
If burner does not light immediately, turn the burner knob to OFF and
wait 5 minutes before relighting.
If any burners do not light after attempting to light them manually,!
contact the Customer Service Center. See the “Assistance” section.
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Using Your Rotisserie Burner
A Rotisserie kit can be purchased as an accessory for the grill. See
“Accessories” in the “Assistance” section.
To avoid damage to the warming rack, remove from grill when using the
rotisserie burner.
Do not use the main burners when the rotisserie burner is in use.
5. Push in and turn the control knob to IGNITE/ON. Hold this knob in
for 10 seconds after the burner is lit. You will hear the “snapping”
sound of the spark until after the knob is released.
Lighting the Rotisserie Burner
1. Do not lean over the grill.
2. Push in and turn the control knob to IGNITE/ON. You will hear the
“snapping” sound of the spark.
IMPORTANT: If the rotisserie burner does not light immediately,
turn the rotisserie burner control knob to OFF and wait 5 minutes
before relighting.
6. Remove the match and replace the manual lighting extension inside
the cabinet door.
Rotisserie Cooking Tips
WARNING
WARNING
3. When the rotisserie burner lights, continue to hold the knob in for
another 10 seconds, then release the knob and burner will stay lit.
You will hear the “snapping” sound of the spark until the knob is
released.
IMPORTANT: If the rotisserie burner does not light immediately, turn
the burner knob to OFF and wait 5 minutes before relighting.
Manually Lighting the Rotisserie Burner
1. Do not lean over the grill.
2. Remove the manual lighting extension (see following illustration)
and attach a match to the split ring.
3. Strike the match to light it.
4. Gently hold the lit match close to the rotisserie burner.
B
A
A. Lighting extension
B. Rotisserie burner
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Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
Rotisserie cooking rotates food in front of the rotisserie burner, creating
an intense heat for searing the outside and sealing in natural juices.
The rotisserie burner reaches cooking temperatures in about
1 minute. It is not necessary to preheat when using the rotisserie.
!
Select tender meat and poultry.
!
Allow at least 1" (2.5 cm) space between rotisserie burner and the
food.
!
To make cleanup easier, place a pan under the food to catch
drippings.
!
Add barbecue sauce or glaze only during the last 10 minutes of
cooking to keep sauce from burning.
Trussing Poultry for the Rotisserie
1. Load the spit rod by sliding one of the forks on the rod, with the
prongs facing inward. Tighten the screw to keep it from slipping.
2. Push the rod through the center of the bird.
3. Cut 24" (61.0 cm) of butcher’s string and center it under the bird,
breast side up.
4. Wrap each end of the string around the wings; catch each wing tip.
Bring the string tightly together at the top of the breast and knot. It is
not necessary to cut off the extra string.
5. Cut another 20" (50.8 cm) of string and lay it under the back of the
bird. Wrap it around the tail then around the spit rod, cinching
tightly.
6. Cross the legs on top of spit rod; tie string around the crossed legs.
7. Connect the twine holding the legs, to the string holding the wings,
and knot. Cut off any bits of hanging string.
8. Slide on the second fork pushing the tines into the drumsticks.
9. Center the food and forks on the rod and tighten the thumb- screws.
The bird should be firmly in place on the rotisserie spit rod.
ROTISSERIE CHART
Use a portable meat thermometer to check internal doneness of the food.
Turn off rotisserie burner when meat thermometer reads 5°F/3°C lower
than desired internal temperature. Continue rotating, hood closed, for 10
minutes before carving.
Timing is affected by weather conditions such as wind and outside
temperature.
Food
Weight
Internal
Doneness or
Temperature
(°F/°C)
Approximate
Grilling Time
(min/lb)
Medium-rare
(145°F/ 63°C)
Medium
(160°F/71°C)
15-20
!
Shorten the preheat time when grilling high-fat cuts of meat or
poultry, such as chicken thighs. This will help reduce
flare-ups.
!
Lightly oil the grill grates or the food when cooking low-fat cuts of
meat, fish or poultry, such as lean hamburger patties, shrimp or
skinless chicken breasts.
!
Using too much oil can cause gray ash to deposit on food.
!
Trim excess fat from meats prior to cooking to reduce
flare-ups.
!
Make vertical cuts at 2" (5.0 cm) intervals around the fat edge of
meat to avoid curling.
!
Add seasoning or salt only after the cooking is finished.
Beef
Roasts
Rib Eye
Sirloin Tip
Rib, boneless
4-6 lbs
(1.5-2.2 kg)
20-25
Poultry
3-6 lbs
(1.1-2.2 kg)
Chicken
Turkey, whole
7-10 lbs
(2.6-3.7 kg)
Breast
(170°F/ 77°C)
Thigh
(180°F/82°C)
Breast
(170°F/77°C)
Thigh
(180°F/82°C)
25-30
Medium
(160°F/71°C)
20-25
25-30
11-20
4-7 lbs
(1.5-2.6 kg)
Pork
Loin roast,
boneless
4-6 lbs
(1.5-2.2 kg)
Medium
(160°F/71°C)
!
Turn foods only once. Juices are lost when meat is turned several
times.
!
Turn meat just when juices begin to appear on the surface.
!
Avoid puncturing or cutting the meats to test doneness. This allows
juices to escape.
!
It may be necessary to lower the heat setting for foods that cook a
long time or are marinated or basted in a sugary sauce.
!
If using a high flame, add barbecue sauce only during the last 10
minutes of cooking to avoid burning the sauce.
!
The degree of doneness is influenced by the type of meat, cut of
meat (size, shape and thickness), heat setting selected, and length of
time on the grill.
!
Cooking time will be longer with an open grill cover.
11-20
Lamb
Boneless leg
During Grilling
20-23
Cooking Methods
Direct Heat
TIPS FOR OUTDOOR
GRILLING
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
Cooking by direct heat means the food is placed on grill grates directly
above lighted burners. Hood position can be up or down. If hood is in the
up position, total cooking times may be longer.
Direct heat sears the food. Searing is a process that seals natural juices in
food by cooking with intense heat for a short period of time. While
juices stay inside, the outside is browned with a flavorful grilled coating.
Indirect Heat
For best results, do not select the indirect heat cooking method when it is
windy.
Cooking by indirect heat means the food is placed on the grill grate
above an unheated burner, allowing heat from lighted burner(s) on either
side to cook the food.
If possible, turn on 2 burners. Cook with the hood down. This will
shorten the cooking time.
Before Grilling
!
Thaw food items before grilling.
!
Preheat grill on high (use all grill burners) 10 minutes. The hood
must be closed during preheating. Preheating provides the high heat
needed to brown and seal the juices.
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Grilling Chart
■
Knobs have High, Medium and Low settings for flame adjustment.
■
Heat settings indicated are approximate.
■
Grilling times are affected by weather conditions.
FOOD
■
When 2 temperatures are listed, for example: Medium to MediumLow, start with the first and adjust based on cooking progress.
■
Cooking times may vary from chart times depending on the type of
fuel, Natural or LP gas.
COOKING METHOD/ INTERNAL TEMP.
BURNER SETTING
TIME!
(total minutes)
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Beef
DIRECT !
Medium
INDIRECT !
Medium/OFF/Medium
DIRECT!
Medium !
Medium (160°F/71°C)!
10-15!
Grill, turning once.!
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C) to
Medium (160°F/71°C)
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C) to
Medium (160°F/71°C)!
32-40 per lb!
(15-18 per kg)
11-16!
!
Tent with foil first 45-60 minutes
of cooking time.
Rotate steaks ¼ turn to create crisscross grill marks.
DIRECT !
Medium!
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C) to
Medium (160°F/71°C)!
18-25!
!
DIRECT!
Medium!
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C) to
Medium (160°F/71°C)!
22-29!
!
DIRECT !
Medium
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C)
11-16
Chops,!
1" (2.5 cm) !
1½" (3.8 cm) thick
Ribs!
2½-4 lbs (0.9-1.5 kg)!
!
!
DIRECT !
Medium to Med-Low
INDIRECT !
Med/OFF/Med!
!
!
Medium (160°F/71°C)!
Medium (160°F/71°C)!
!
!
!
12-22!
30-40
40-60!
!
!
Roast, boneless tenderloin, 1
lb (0.37 kg)
Ham half, !
8-10 lbs (3-3.7 kg)!
DIRECT !
Medium
INDIRECT !
Med/OFF/Med!
Medium (160°F/71°C)!
18-22!
Reheat (140°F/60°C)!
!
2-2½ hours!
!
Grill, turning occasionally. During
last few minutes brush with
barbecue sauce if desired. When
done, wrap in foil.
Turn during cooking to brown on
all sides.
Wrap entire ham in foil and put on
grill without pan or drip pan.!
Ham steak precooked, !
½" (1.3 cm) thick !
DIRECT !
Preheat Medium !
Grill Medium
DIRECT!
Medium
Reheat (145°F/63°C)!
!
7-10!
!
!
!
Reheat (145°F/63°C)
5-10
Slit skin if desired.
DIRECT!
Medium
DIRECT!
Med-Low to Medium
170°F/77°C!
15-22
For even cooking, pound breast to
¾" (2.0 cm) thick.
Start bone side down.
!
!
!
DIRECT!
Medium
DIRECT!
Medium
Med-rare (145°F/63°C) !
to Medium (160°F/71°C)
Med-rare (145°F/63°C) !
to Medium (160°F/71°C)
10-20!
Hamburgers ½" (1.3 cm) to !
¾" (1.9 cm) thick
Roasts!
Rib Eye, Sirloin
Steaks, 1" (2.5 cm)!
Porterhouse, Rib, T-bone, Top
Loin, Sirloin
Steaks, 1½" (3.8 cm)!
Porterhouse, Rib, T-bone, !
Top Loin, Sirloin
Top Round or Shoulder/
Chuck (London Broil) !
1½" (3.8 cm) thick
Flank, ½" (1.3 cm) thick
Pork
Hot Dogs
!
!
Chicken
Breast, boneless!
Pieces, 2-3 lbs (0.75-!
1.1 kg)
Breast 170°F/77°C!
Thigh 180°F/82°C
Lamb
Chops and Steaks, !
Loin, Rib, Sirloin
1" (2.5 cm) thick!
1½" (3.8 cm) thick
Fish and Seafood
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16-20
FOOD
COOKING METHOD/ INTERNAL TEMP.
BURNER SETTING
TIME!
(total minutes)
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Fillets, Steaks, Chunks!
Halibut, Salmon, Swordfish, 8
oz (0.25 kg)
!
!
Whole, Catfish, Rainbow
Trout, 8-11 oz (0.25-!
0.34 kg)
Shellfish, Scallops, Shrimp
DIRECT!
Medium!
4-6 per !
½" (1.3 cm)
thickness of fish
!
!
5-7 per side!
!
Grill, turning once. Brush grill with
oil to keep fish from sticking.
Remove when inside is opaque and
flaky with skin easily removed.
!
!
DIRECT!
High!
DIRECT!
Medium
4-8
Turkey
Whole breast (bone-in)!
!
INDIRECT!
HI/OFF/HI!
170°F/77°C!
!
14-18 per lb!
(7-8 per kg)!
Tent with foil until last !
30 minutes of cooking time.!
Half breast (bone-in)!
INDIRECT!
Medium/OFF/Medium
INDIRECT!
HI/OFF/HI
170°F/77°C!
25-30 per lb!
(11-14 per kg)
11-16 per lb!
(5-7 per kg)
Start skin side down.!
Soak in cold water 20 minutes. Do
not husk. Shake off excess water.
Wash and cut into ½" (1.3 cm)
slices or lengthwise. Brush with
olive oil.
Grill, turning once. Brush with
olive oil. Put a skewer through
several slices to hold together.
Individually wrap in heavy-duty
foil. Grill, rotating occasionally.
!
Whole, !
7-12 lbs (2.6-5.4 kg)
Breast 170°F/77°C!
Thigh 180°F/82°C
Less than 11 lbs (5.0 kg)
Fresh Vegetables
Corn on the cob!
!
DIRECT!
Medium!
20-25!
!
Eggplant!
!
DIRECT!
Medium!
7-10!
!
Onion, !
½" (1.3 cm) thick!
DIRECT!
Medium!
8-20!
!
Potatoes, !
Sweet, whole
Baking, whole!
40-70!
Peppers, !
Roasted!
!
!
DIRECT!
Medium
DIRECT!
High
DIRECT!
High!
!
!
Squash, !
Summer, Zucchini!
DIRECT!
Medium!
7-10!
!
Garlic!
Roasted
DIRECT!
Medium
20-25
45-90!
15-22!
!
!
!
Wash and place on grill whole.
Char skin all around. Cool in a
paper bag or plastic wrap to loosen
blackened skin. Peel and remove
seeds.
Wash and cut into ½" (1.3 cm)
slices or lengthwise. Brush with
olive oil.
Cut off top, drizzle with olive oil
and wrap in double layer of foil.
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OUTDOOR GRILL CARE
GRILL GRATES
Replacing the Igniter Battery
If igniters stop sparking, the battery should be replaced.
1. Unscrew igniter button cap counterclockwise to remove.
B
A
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to grill grates, do not use a steel or
fiber scraper. Immediately after you are finished cooking, loosen food
soil with a brass bristle brush. Turn all burners to HI for 10-15 minutes
with the hood closed to burn off food soil. Turn off all burners, raise the
hood and let grates cool. Use the brass bristle brush to remove ash from
the grill grates.
When completely cool, grill racks can be removed for thorough
cleaning. Clean them with a mild detergent and warm water.
For baked-on soil, prepare a solution of 1 cup (250 mL) ammonia to 1
gal. (3.75 L) water. Soak grates for 20 minutes, then rinse with water and
dry completely.
A. Igniter push button
B. “AA” size battery
2. Remove battery from the battery compartment.
3. Replace with a new alkaline “AA” size battery. Install battery with
negative end in first.
4. Screw igniter button cap clockwise into place.
General Cleaning
IMPORTANT: Before cleaning, make sure all controls are off and the
grill is cool. Always follow label instructions on cleaning products.
For routine cleaning, wash with soap and water using a soft cloth or
sponge. Rinse with clean water and dry at once with a soft, lint-free cloth
to avoid spots and streaks.
Do not use steel wool to clean the grill, as it will scratch the surface.
To avoid weather damage to finish, use vinyl grill cover. See
“Assistance” section to order.
STAINLESS STEEL
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to stainless steel surfaces, do not use
soap-filled scouring pads, abrasive cleaners, cooktop polishing creme,
steel wool, gritty wash cloths or paper towels.
Cleaners should not contain chlorine. Damage may occur.
Food spills should be cleaned as soon as entire grill is cool. Spills may
cause permanent discoloration.
Cleaning Method:
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Rub in direction of grain to avoid scratching or damaging the
surface.
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Stainless steel cleaner
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Liquid detergent or all-purpose cleaner:
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Rinse with clean water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth.
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Vinegar to remove hard water spots.
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Glass cleaner to remove fingerprints.
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WARMING SHELF
Cleaning Method:
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Liquid detergent or an all-purpose cleaner.
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Rinse with clean water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth.
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For tough spots or baked-on grease, use a commercial degreaser
designed for stainless steel.
IMPORTANT: Make sure gas supply is off and all control knobs are in
the Off position.
EXTERIOR
The quality of this material resists most stains and pitting, providing that
the surface is kept clean, polished and covered.
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Apply stainless steel polish to all non-cooking areas before first use.
Reapply after each cleaning to avoid permanent damage to surface.
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Cleaning should always be followed by rinsing with clean warm
water.
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Wipe the surface completely dry with a soft cloth.
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For tough spots or baked-on grease, use a commercial degreaser
designed for stainless steel.
INTERIOR
Discoloration of stainless steel on these parts is to be expected, due to
intense heat from the burners. Always rub in the direction of the grain.
Cleaning should always be followed by rinsing with clean, warm water.
Cleaning Method:
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Liquid detergent or all-purpose cleaner.
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Rinse with clean water and dry completely with a soft, lint-free
cloth.
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A heavy-duty scrub sponge can be used with mild cleaning products.
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For small, difficult-to-clean areas, use a commercial degreaser
designed for stainless steel.
BURNERS
ROTISSIERE BURNER
Cleaning Method:
Clean the exterior of the burner with a wire brush.
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Clear any clogged burner ports with a straightened paper clip.
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Do not use a toothpick as it may break off and clog the port.
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Check and clean burner/venturi tubes.
1. Remove grill grates and flame tamers.
2. Remove the screw and clip that hold the burner in place.
Remove gas burner from the grill.
Cleaning Method:
1. Light the rotisserie burner. See the “Using Your Rotisserie Burner”
section.
2. Close the grill hood.
3. Leave the burner on high for approximately 30 minutes.
4. Turn knob to OFF and let cool completely.
5. Brush off ash particles from the rotisserie burner.
GREASE CUP
IMPORTANT: The grease cup should only be removed when grill is
completely cool.
The grease cup collects grease and food particles that fall through the grill.
Clean often to avoid grease buildup.
Cleaning Method:
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Remove cup and set on a flat surface.
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Wipe excess grease with paper towels.
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Mild detergent and warm water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
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Replace cup
KNOBS AND FLANGE AREA AROUND KNOBS
A. Clip
3. Use a flashlight to inspect into the burner through the burner
inlet to ensure there is no blockage. If any obstruction is seen,
use a metal coat hanger that has been straightened to clear them.
4. After inspecting the inside of burner for blockage, reassemble
burner by sliding the middle tube of the gas burner over the gas
orifice.
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to knobs or flange area around knobs,
do not use steel wool, abrasive cleaners, or oven cleaner.
Do not soak knobs.
Cleaning Method:
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Mild detergent, a soft cloth and warm water.
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Rinse and dry.
A
CONTROL PANEL GRAPHICS
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to control panel graphics, do not use
steel wool, abrasive cleaners or oven cleaner.
Do not spray cleaner directly onto panel.
Cleaning Method:
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Clean around the burner labels gently; scrubbing may remove
printing.
A. Burner/orifice connection
5. Reattach gas burner using screw and clip.
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Mild detergent, soft cloth and warm water.
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Rinse and dry.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Grill will not light
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Is the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank valve turned off?!
Turn the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank on.
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Is the grill properly connected to the gas supply?!
Contact a trained repair specialist or see Installation Instructions.
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Is there gas in the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank?!
Check the gas level.
Is the igniter working?!
Check that the igniter battery is properly installed or check to see if
the battery needs to be replaced. See the “Replacing the Igniter
Battery” section.
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Check to see if the grill will match-light. See “Manually Lighting
the Main Grill” in the “Outdoor Grill Use” section.
Check for loose wire connections to the igniter or electrodes.
Check to see if debris is blocking the electrodes.
If a spark occurs anywhere but the igniter tip, replace the igniter.
Burner flame will not stay lit
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Is the gas supply fully turned on?!
Check that the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank valve is fully open.
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Is the gas supply in the 20 lb LP fuel gas tank low?!
Check the gas level.
Is the burner properly installed and in good condition?!
Check that the burner is installed properly. Check for defects in the
burner.
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Flame is noisy, low or erratic
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Is the gas supply fully turned on?!
Check that the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank valve is fully open.
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Is the gas supply in the 20 lb LP fuel gas tank low?!
Check the gas level.
Does only one burner appear low?!
Check and clean the burner ports if clogged or dirty. See “General
Cleaning” section.
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Is the gas supply hose bent or kinked?!
Straighten the gas supply hose.
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Is the flame noisy or lifting away from the burner?!
Burner may be getting too much air. Check the air shutter
adjustment, see “Check and Adjust Burners” section.
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Is the burner flame mostly yellow or orange?!
Grill may be in an area that is too windy, or not receiving enough air.
Check the burner air inlets for obstructions. Check the air shutter
adjustment, see “Check and Adjust Burners” section.
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Excessive flare-ups
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Is there excessive fat in the food being grilled?!
Keep flame on low or turn one burner off.
Keep the hood up when grilling to avoid excessive flare-ups.
Move food to the warming rack until flames subside.
To avoid damage to the grill, do not spray water on gas flames.
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Low heat
LP Gas:
For outdoor grills using a 20 lb LP gas fuel tank, slowly open the tank
valve.
NOTE: If flow limiting device activates, your grill may not light. If your
grill does light, the flames will be low and will not heat properly.
1. Turn tank valve and all control knobs off and wait 30 seconds.
2. After shutting off the tank, very slowly open the tank valve and wait
5 seconds before lighting.
3. Light the burners one at a time. See “Lighting the Main Grill”
section.
Natural Gas:
Gas pressure is affected by size and length of the gas line from the house
to the grill. Contact a qualified gas technician to provide the Natural gas
supply to the selected grill location in accordance with the National Fuel
Gas Code ANSI Z223.1/NFPA54 - latest edition, and local codes.
ASSISTANCE
Before calling for assistance, please check “Troubleshooting.” If you
still need help, follow the instructions below.
When calling, please know the purchase date and the complete model
and serial number of your appliance. This information will help us to
better respond to your request.
If you need replacement parts
If you have questions or need to order replacement parts, contact
Customer Service Center at 1-877-373-2301 or email to
!
CustomerSericeGrillServices.com
.
Please direct all correspondence to:
Nexgrill Industries, Inc.!
5270 Edison Avenue!
Chino, CA 91710
Please include a daytime phone number in your correspondence.
Accessories
Rotisserie Kit (This is optional )
Order Part Number 790-0007A
LIMITED WARRANTY
Nexgrill warrants to the original consumer-purchaser only that this product (Model #740-0780) shall be free from defects in workmanship and
materials after correct assembly and under normal and reasonable home use for the periods indicated below beginning on the date of purchase. The
manufacturer reserves the right to require photographic evidence of damage, or that defective parts be returned, postage and or freight pre-paid by the
consumer, for review and examination.!
Stainless steel tube burners: 10 year LlMlTED warranty against perforation; Other burner ( Rotisserie):1 year LIMITED warranty
against perforation.
Cooking grids: 3 Year LIMITED warranty; does not cover dropping, chipping, scratching, or surface damage.
Stainless steel parts: 3 Year LIMITED warranty against perforation; does not cover cosmetic issues like surface corrosion, scratches and rust.
All other parts: 1 Year LIMITED warranty (Includes, but not limited to, valves, frame, housing, cart, control panel, igniter, regulator, hoses); does not
cover chipping, scratching, cracking surface corrosion, scratches or rust. !
Upon consumer supplying proof of purchase as provided herein, Manufacturer will repair or replace the parts which are proven defective during the
applicable warranty period. Parts required to complete such repair or replacement shall be free of charge to you except for shipping costs, as long as the
purchaser is within the warranty period from the original date of purchase. The original consumer-purchaser will be responsible for all shipping
charges of parts replaced under the terms of this limited warranty. This limited warranty is applicable in the United States only, is only available to the
original owner of the product and is not transferable. Manufacturer requires reasonable proof of your date of purchase. Therefore, you should retain
your sales receipt and/or invoice. If the unit was received as a gift, please ask the gift-giver to send in the receipt on your behalf, to the below address.
Defective or missing parts subject to this limited warranty will not be replaced without registration or proof of purchase. This limited warranty applies
to the functionality of the product ONLY and does not cover cosmetic issues such as scratches, dents, corrosions or discoloring by heat, abrasive and
chemical cleaners or any tools used in the assembly or installation of the appliance, surface rust, or the discoloration of stainless steel surfaces. Surface
rust, corrosion, or powder paint chipping on metal parts that does not affect the structural integrity of the product is not considered a defect in
workmanship or material and is not covered by this warranty. This limited warranty will not reimburse you for the cost of any inconvenience, food,
personal injury or property damage. If an original replacement part is not available, a comparable replacement part will be sent. You will be
responsible for all shipping charges of parts replaced under the terms of this limited warranty.
ITEMS MANUFACTURER WILL NOT PAY FOR:
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Service calls to your home.
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Repairs when your product is used for other than normal, single-family household or residential use.
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Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, lack of maintenance/cleaning, abuse, fire, flood, acts of God, improper installation, and
installation not in accordance with electrical or plumbing codes or use of products not approved by the manufacturer.
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Any food loss due to product failures.
■
Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States or Canada.
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Pickup and delivery of your product.
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Postage fees or photo processing fees for photos sent in as documentation.
■
Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the product.
■
The removal and/or reinstallation of your product.
■
Shipping cost, standard or expedited, for warranty/non warranty and replacement parts.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES; LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
Repair or replacement of defective parts is your exclusive remedy under the terms of this limited warranty. Manufacturer will not be responsible for
any consequential or incidental damages arising from the breach of either this limited warranty or any applicable implied warranty, or for failure or
damage resulting from acts of God, improper care and maintenance, grease fire, accident, alteration, replacement of parts by anyone other than
Manufacturer, misuse, transportation, commercial use, abuse, hostile environments (inclement weather, acts of nature, animal tampering), improper
installation or installation not in accordance with local codes or printed manufacturer instructions.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE SOLE EXPRESS WARRANTY GIVEN BY THE MANUFACTURER. NO PRODUCT PERFORMANCE
SPECIFICATION OR DESCRIPTION WHEREVER APPEARING IS WARRANTED BY MANUFACTURER EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT SET
FORTH IN THlS LIMITED WARRANTY. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY PROTECTION ARISING UNDER THE LAWS OF ANY STATE,
INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE, IS HEREBY
LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
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Neither dealers nor the retail establishment selling this product has any authority to make any additional warranties or to promise remedies in addition
to or inconsistent with those stated above. Manufacturer's maximum liability, in any event, shall not exceed the documented purchase price of the
product paid by the original consumer. This warranty only applies to units purchased from an authorized retailer and or re-seller.
NOTE: Some states do not allow an exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so some of the above limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you; this limited warranty gives you specific legal rights as set for herein. You may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
If you wish to obtain performance of any obligation under this limited warranty, you should write to:
Nexgrill Customer Relations!
5270 Edison Avenue!
Chino, CA 91710
All consumer returns, parts orders, general questions, and troubleshooting assistance can be acquired by calling 1-877-373-2301. .
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