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Operator's Manual
Liquid Propane Gas (LPG) Grill
Model OD3208SLP
Natural Gas (NG ) Grill
Model OD3208SNG
Model OD3208SLP/NG
FREE HELP
FROM THE GRILL EXPERTS
Grand Hall is the expert on this product and
trained to help you with:
Ÿ Assembly Questions
Ÿ Grill Operation
Ÿ Replacement of Damaged or Missing parts
visit www.grandhall.com or call:
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Monday - Friday 8:00am-4:30pm CST
IMPORTANT:
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Ÿ NOTE TO ASSEMBLER / INSTALLER:
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Ÿ NOTE TO CONSUMER:
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Leave this manual with the consumer.
Keep this manual for future reference.
Ÿ RECORD YOUR SERIAL # __________________
(see silver CSA label on main body of grill)
WARNING
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Failure to comply with these instructions could
result in a fire or explosion that could cause
serious bodily injury, death or property damage.
Whether this grill was assembled by you or
someone else, you must read this entire manual
before using your grill to ensure the grill is
properly assembled, installed and maintained.
Use your grill at least 3 feet away from any
wall or surface. Use your grill at least 3 feet
away from combustible objects that can melt or
catch fire such as vinyl or wood siding, fences and
overhangs or sources of ignition including pilot
lights on water heaters and live electrical appliances.
THIS GAS APPLIANCE IS DESIGNED FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY.
Never use your gas grill in a garage, porch,
shed, breezeway or any other enclosed area.
Never obstruct the flow of ventilation air
around your gas grill housing.
Never disconnect the gas regulator or any gas
fitting while your grill is lit. A lit grill can ignite
leaking gas and cause a fire or explosion which
could result in property damage, personal injury
or death.
Manual # P80151095A - Date:2009/04/02
Table of Contents
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Primary Safety Warnings ........................... 1-3
Pre-Assembly Instructions .............................. 3
Part Diagrams and Lists .......................... 4-7
Assembly Instructions................................8-10
LP Gas Tank Installation ...................... 11-13
Natural Gas Connection..............................14
Use & Care Instructions:
• Lighting Instructions.................................15
• Troubleshooting.........................................16
Cleaning and Maintenance..........................17
Cooking Guide ........................................ A1-A4
Frequently Asked Questions ................ A5-A6
Warranty Terms.............................Back Cover
LPG models must be used with Liquid Propane
Gas and the regulator assembly supplied. Natural Gas models must be used with Natural Gas
only. Any attempt to convert the grill from one fuel
type to another is extremely hazardous and will
void the warranty.
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Keep gas regulator hose away from hot grill
surfaces and dripping grease. Avoid unnecessary twisting of hose. Visually inspect hose prior
to each use for cuts, cracks, excessive wear or
other damage. If the hose appears damaged do
not use the gas grill. Call 1- 877-934-7455 for a
certified replacement hose.
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California Proposition 65
Combustion byproducts produced when using this
product contain chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm.
Brass components on the grill, such as hose fittings, propane cylinder valves (sold separately) and
burner valve stems, contain lead which is known to
the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects,
or other reproductive harm.
•
Never use charcoal or lighter fluid in this gas grill.
Failure to comply with these instructions could
result in a grease fire or explosion that could cause
serious bodily injury, death or property damage.
•
The Grease/W ater Tray must be visually inspected
before each grill use. Remove any grease and wash
Grease/W ater Tray with a mild soap and warm
water solution. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in a grease fire or explosion that could cause serious bodily injury, death
or property damage.
Patents held by Grand Hall include the following:
The Crossray Burner System by Grand Hall is covered
by Australian Patent No. 2006100635, Chinese Patent No.
960361, European Patent Pending, French Patent
0607231, German Patent No. 20 2006 012 212.5, U.K
Patent GB2440714, and U.S. Patent 7,475,632.
©2008 Grand Hall. All Rights Reserved.
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WARNING
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1. Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable liquids or vapors in the vicinity of this or any other appliances.
shall not be stored in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
WARNING
DANGER
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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.
2. An LP cylinder not connected for use
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Registered and unregistered Trademarks held by
Grand Hall include the following:
Grand Hall and design®, DS Grill and design®,
Crossray™ Lateral Infrared Burner Technology, Command Flame®, Smooth Start® Electronic Ignition System,
Ceramic Savor Plates®, Sear-zzler®, Stainless Clad
Therma-Core® Cooking Grids, Grand Café and design®,
Grand Mark and design®, Grand Chef and design®,
Grand Royale and design®, Globe Café and design®,
Urban Café and design®, Smokeless Grill and design®.
WARNING
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1. Always keep the Grease/Water Tray 1/2 filled
with water during operation. Failure to follow this could result in a grease fire that could
cause serious bodily injury or property damage.
2. Handle this Grease/Water tray with a flame
retardant BBQ mitt.
2
Pre-Assembly Instructions For Your Safety
Congratulations on your selection of one of the finest outdoor kitchen appliances available. Your Grill is equipped with
the unique Crossray Infrared Cooking System® by Grand
Hall, which offers restaurant style grilling performance.
Infrared grilling technology cooks the food directly (and not
the air around it) which offers many advantages over conven
tional grilling systems:
MORE FLAVORFUL FOOD as the intense heat sears
the food and locks in the juices while also cooking it
faster which usually means more succulence.
PRE-ASSEMBLY
Read and perform the following pre-assembly instructions:
Tools Required for Assembly:
• protective work gloves
• protective eyewear
• Phillips Head screwdriver
You will need assistance from another person to
handle the grill head and other large, heavy parts.
Open Lid of shipping carton. Remove top sheet of
cardboard and pack ing m aterials. Lay cardboard
sheet on floor and use as a work surface to protect
floor and grill parts from scratches.
FEWER FLAREUPS as the higher infrared heat vaporizes more drippings which also adds natural flavoring
to your food.
You may slice the carton front corners with a utility
knife to lay open the carton front panel. This allows
you to raise the Lid and remove the components
packed inside, making it easier to lift.
MORE EFFICIENCY AND CONVENIENCE as the higher
heat means shorter cooking times, more fuel efficiency
and easier year round grilling.
Use the Hardware and Part Diagrams to ensure all
items are included and free of damage.
To begin your “restaurant quality” grilling, become familiar
with all of the cooking elements of your Grand Hall Grill lighting and operating instructions.
Do not assemble or operate the grill if it appears damaged. If there are damaged or missing parts when
you unpack the shipping box or you have questions
during the assembly process call: 1-877-934-7455
M-F 8AM-4:30PM CST for assistance.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Your infrared Grand Hall Grill is equipped
with an innovative Grease/W ater Tray that is designed to
trap excess grease drippings but also to moisturize your
food. It is important to keep this tray half-filled with water
while grilling in order to get the best possible results.
Grill Installation Codes
The installation must conform with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes, with either the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, Natural Gas and Propance
Installation Code, CSA B149.1, or Propane Storage and
Handling Code, B149.2.
WARNING: Grease and water can get very hot. Always handle
the Grease/Water Tray with a flame retardant BBQ mitt. Before removing the Grease/Water Tray, always be sure that
the grill has properly cooled. Be aware that the tray does
contain water and grease and be extremely careful when
removing the tray to prevent spillage. Failure to follow these
instructions could cause serious bodily injury or property
damage.
CSA Label
located on the
bowl rear panel
US Patented No.: 7,475,632
Europe Patent Pending
Australia Patent No.: 2006100635
Germany Patent No.: 202006012212.5
France Patent No.: 0607231
UK Patent No.: GB2440714
China Patent No.: 960361
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Hardware Pack Parts List for Models OD3208SLP & OD3208SNG
PART #
P06030008A
PART DESCRIPTION
Hardware Pack
QTY
PURPOSE OF PART
1
For use in assembly of Models OD3208SLP
P06030009A
Hardware Pack
1
For use in assembly of Models OD3208SNG
S182G03061
Pan Head Screw 3/16"x3/8"
4
Install the Rear Trim Panel (For OD3208SLP/NG Models)
S182G03061
Pan Head Screw 3/16"x3/8"
2
Install the Control Box (For OD3208SLP/NG Models)
S182G03061
Pan Head Screw 3/16"x3/8"
2
Install the Regulator Bracket (For OD3208SLP Model)
S182G0306A Pan Head Screw 3/16"x3/8"
3
Install Tank Tray Set (For OD3208SLP Model)
Hardware Pack Diagram List for Models OD3208SLP & OD3208SNG
Pan
Qty.
Qty.
Part
Head Screw 3/16"x3/8"
8 (For OD3208SLP Model)
6 (For OD3208SNG Model)
# S182G03061
Pan Head Screw 3/16"x3/8"
Qty. 3 (For OD3208SLP Model)
Part # S182G0306A
* One Battery/AA and Four Batteries/AAA included in the Hardware Pack.
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Parts Diagram for Models OD3208SLP & OD3208SNG
7
1
9
8
2
3
5
8
B1
47
B3
4
10
B2
11
34B
32
33B
30
27
18
16
6
12
34A
14
13
20
33A
31
29
26
15
21
23
21
35
24
25
36
38B
33C
28
37
34D
39
38A
40
19
33D 34C
23
43
41
42
48
22
38D
44
49
38C
50
46
55
45
17
51
52
54
53
5
Parts List for Models OD3208SLP & OD3208SNG
KEY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33A
33B
33C
33D
34A
34B
34C
34D
35
36
37
38A
38B
38C
38D
39
40
41
42
43
DESCRIPTION
PART#
P0014734AA
P00601381A
P00307028E
P00308028E
P00215036H
P0075803BC
P03320007C
P05518002I
P03320008C
P015160282
P01615038H
P02627007A
P055330043
P03702037D
P03702038D
P0073738BC
Y0340050
P0072094EC
P0072195EC
P0071367EC
P06902126C
P03703001A
P06902127C
P02005024B
P06539032A
P06539033A
P02212377A
P05501136A
P03343017C
P03327082C
P03327083C
P05305054B
P05305055B
P05305056B
P05305057B
P05305058B
P05305059B
P02618046A
P02618047A
P02618048A
P02618049A
P0300612FD
P03008186B
Y0060679
Y0060680
P02615155A
P02615156A
P02615157A
P02615158A
P02915301S
P02915293X
P03439014A
P03436053V
P06903069C
Lid Assem bly
Tem perature Gauge
Lid Handle Bracket, Left
Lid Handle Bracket, Right
Lid Handle
Bowl Panel, Rear/Lower
Lid Assem bly Bracket, Left
Protective Pad
Lid Assem bly Bracket, Right
Cooking Rack/Secondary
Cooking Grid
Electric Wire Set
Electric Wire Protector
Connection Hose - Long
Connection Hose - Short
Bowl Panel, Rear/Upper
Tank Tray Set (LPG)
Bowl Side Panel, Left
Bowl Side Panel, Right
Bowl
Grease Shield, Upper
Hose, 12 FT (NG), 3/8" ID
Grease Shield, Lower
Infrared Burner Assem bly
Extension Fitting for Manifold with Orifice (LPG)
Extension Fitting for Manifold with Orifice (NG)
Cross Lighting Channel
Lid Hinge with Nut
Thermocouple Protector
Thermocouple Bracket
Thermocouple Bracket
Thermocouple for Gas Valve
Thermocouple for Gas Valve
Thermocouple for LED Light, Left Front
Thermocouple for LED Light, Left Rear
Thermocouple for LED Light, Right Rear
Thermocouple for LED Light, Right Front
Electrode, Left Front
Electrode, Left Rear
Electrode, Right Front
Electrode, Right Rear
Control Panel Heat Shield Bracket
Control Panel Heat Shield
Gas Valve/Manifold Assem bly (LPG)
Gas Valve/Manifold Assem bly (NG)
LED Light with Wire - A
LED Light with Wire - B
LED Light with Wire - C
LED Light with Wire - D
Bowl Front Trim Plate Assembly
Control Panel
Control Knob Seat
Control Knob
Grease Tray Heat Shield
6
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
5
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
4
4
4
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
1
Parts List for Models OD3208SLP & OD3208SNG
KEY
44
DESCRIPTION
Grease Tray Slide Bracket - Left
PART#
P03328069C
QTY
1
45
Grease Tray Slide Bracket - Right
P03328070C
1
46
Grease Tray Slide Set
P05516140M
1
47
Lid Trim Plate
P0014735QJ
1
48
Grease Tray
Y0270020
1
49
Regulator with Hose and Connector (LPG)
Y0080036
1
50
Regulator (NG)
P03614005C
1
51
Lighting Stick
P05507140M
1
52
Control Box
P05545005M
1
53
Control Box Bracket
P03343022C
1
54
LED Light Controller
P05357004B
1
55
Electric Ignitor, 4-Port
P02502344C
1
B1
Trim Panel, Left
P07901033D
1
B2
Trim Panel, Right
P07901034D
1
B3
Trim Panel, Rear
P07901035D
1
Hardware Pack (LPG)
P06030008A
1
Hardware Pack (NG)
Operator's Manual
P06030009A
P80151095A
1
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For the repair or replacement parts you need:
Call 1-877-934-7455 M-F 8AM-4:30PM CST
To obtain the correct replacement parts for your gas grill, please refer to the part numbers in this parts
list. The following information is required to ensure you receive the correct parts:
1. Model and Serial Number (see CSA label on grill)
2. Part Number
3. Part Description
4. Quantity of parts needed
Important: Use only Grand Hall replacement parts. The use of any part that is not a Grand Hall replacement part can be dangerous and will also void your product warranty. Keep this Operator's Manual for
convenient referral and for part replacement.
7
Assembly Instructions
CAUTION : While it is possible for one person to assemble this grill, obtain assistance from another person
when handling some of the larger, heavier pieces.
CAUTION: Build your grill island before installing the LP Gas Tank and Partition Panel (Not included in this
unit). Refer to the heights listed in Fig. 4 for constructing your grill island. Make sure a set of doors is installed
in your Island so that the Control Box can be accessed. An island unit is not included with the purchase
of your Grill Head.
1
Install Trim Panel, Rear onto Grill Head and Grease Tray
Install the Trim Panel, Rear onto the Bowl Panel, Rear/Lower using 4 Pan Head Screws 3/16"x3/8"
as shown in diagram.
Slide the side tabs of the Grease Dranining Tray over the rails underneath the Grill Bowl as shown.
Pan Head Screw
3/16"x3/8"
Qty. 4
Part # S182G03061
2
Set Grill Head into the Island. Install Control Box and Batteries
Raise the Grill Head and put the Control Box to the inside of the Island, then set Grill Head into
the Island (not included in this unit) as shown.
Open your Island Right Door, align the Control Box onto the right underside of the Grill Head (see
diagram). Install 2 Pan Head Screws 3/16"x3/8" and tighten securely.
Remove Caps from Control Box.
Place 1 AA and 4 AAA batteries into the slots of the Control Box as shown below. (Note: The positive
pole of the AA battery must face towards the cap. For the AAA batteries, 2 batteries must have the positive
pole facing towards the cap and 2 batteries must have the negative poles facing away from the caps.)
Position the caps onto the slots, and tighten them onto the Control Box.
Pan Head Screw
3/16"x3/8"
Qty. 2
Part # S182G03061
AA Battery
+ Cap
AAA Battery
8
Slot
3
Install NG Regulator Assembly (For OD3208SNG Model)
Install NG Regulator Assembly onto the Manifold.
Connect the Swivel nut of the 12" Natural Gas Hose onto the vertical fitting of the NG Regulator.
Manifold
Swivel Nut
4
Install LP Gas Tank (For OD3208SLP Model)
Install the Bracket with Regulator onto the Island Side Panel using 2 Pan Head Screws 3/16"x3/8".
Install the Stainless Steel Tube (not included in this unit) onto the manifold. Next, insert the other end
of the Stainless Steel Tube through the hole on the Island Side Panel. Install the Stainless Steel Tube
onto the male fitting of the Bracket.
Install the Tank Tray Set onto the Island Bottom Panel. Secure the Tank Tray set by installing 3 Pan
Head Screws 3/16"x3/8" as shown in Fig. 3. Place the LP Gas Tank into the Tank Tray. Make sure
the Tank Valve faces the right corner of the cabinet. Tighten the Wing Bolt to secure the LP Gas Tank.
Install the LP Regulator onto the LP Gas Tank.
1
Pan Head Screw
3/16"x3/8"
Qty. 2 (For OD3208SLP Model)
Part # S182G03061
1
Pan Head Screw
3/16"x3/8"
Qty. 3 (For OD3208SLP Model)
Part # S182G0306A
Tank Tray Set
Island Bottom
Panel
Fig. 3
9
5
Install Partition Panel (For OD3208SLP Model)
Install the Partition Panel (not included in this unit) onto the left island. Make sure there is 22-24"
of clearance between the Partition Panel and the Tank Tray Set.
1/8"
Partition Panel
(Above the Gas Tank)
5"
17"-19"
21"
22-24"
5"
1"
Tank Tray Set
Fig. 4
6
Main Burners Electrode Check. Perform
this Electrode Check with the Assistance
of Another Person
7
Install Grease Tray Heat Shield
and Cooking Components
Install the Grease Tray Heat Shield by
placing the 4 pins on the Grease Tray Heat
Shield into the 4 Holes in the Grill Bowl.
Place Cooking Grids on bowl ledge.
Place the Secondary Cooking Rack into the
slots on Grill Bowl Side Panels.
This test will ensure that the Spark Electrode Tips
are properly positioned so your grill lights easily
and properly.
Be sure all Control Knobs are set to "OFF"
and open the Grill Lid.
Have your assistant stand behind you to the
right of the grill and look at both the front and
rear burner locations of the grill bowl. Never
put your face inside the Grill Bowl.
Turn any of the Main Burner Control Knobs to
and push in. Have your assistant watch for
a blue spark within each Ignition Electrode.
If no spark is seen, the Spark Gap needs to
be adjusted as follows:
Cooking Rack/
Secondary
Cooking Grids
• If the gap between the Spark Electrode Tip and
Receiver is more than 1/8" wide, use needle
nose pliers to gently squeeze the Electrode to
narrow gap. Try the Electrode Check again. If
no "clicking" sound is heard:
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AA Battery may be installed backwards.
Electric wires may be loose. Remove the
AA Battery and inspect the Ignitor Junction
Box found in the Control Box and reconnect any loose wires.
Spark Receiver
Final Grill Assembly Step
When you have finished assembling your grill,
be sure that all screws are tightened for safe
operation of your grill.
Spark Electrode Tip
Before each use of the grill, the Grease/Water Tray
should be filled approximately 1/2 full with water
and fully seated under the grill bowl.
CAUTION: The Grease/Water Tray should be inspected before each grill use to be sure there is
no excessive grease buildup. Clean the Tray frequently to eliminate grease build-up and to prevent grease fires.
Spark Gap 1/8"
10
LP Gas Tank Installation
CORRECT LP GAS TANK USE
LP Gas grill models are designed for use with a standard
20 lb. Liquid Propane Gas (LP Gas) tank, not included with
grill. Never connect your gas grill to an LP Gas tank that
exceeds this capacity. A tank of approximately 12 inches in
diameter by 18-1/2 inches high is the maximum size LP Gas
tank to use. You must use an "OPD" gas tank which offers
a listed Overfill Prevention Device. This safety feature
prevents the tank from being overfilled which can cause a
malfunction of the LP Gas Tank, regulator, and/or grill.
The LP Gas tank must be constructed and marked
in accordance with the Specifications for LP-Gas
Cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation
(D.O.T.) or the National Standard of Canada, CAN/
CSA-B339, Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for Transportation of Dangerous Goods; and Commission, as
applicable.
The LP Gas tank must have a shutoff valve, terminating in an LP Gas supply tank valve outlet, that is
compatible with a Type 1 tank connection device. The
LP Gas tank must also have a safety relief device
that has a direct connection with the vapor space of
the tank.
Never allow children to operate your grill. Do not allow
children or pets to play near your grill. Always supervise
children and pets if they are in the vicinity of the unit.
Use of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs
can impair your ability to properly assemble and safely
operate your grill.
Keep fire extinguisher readily accessible. In the event
of a oil/grease fire, do not attempt to extinguish with
water. Use type B extinguisher or smother with dirt,
sand or baking soda.
In the event of rain, turn off the burners and gas supply.
Wait for the grill to cool, and then place a cover on it.
Use your grill on a level, stable surface in an area clear
of combustible materials.
Do not leave grill unattended when in use.
Do not move the appliance when in use.
Allow the grill to cool before moving or storing.
Do not use your grill as a heater.
This grill is not intended to be installed in or on
recreational vehicles and/or boats.
The grill is not intended for commercial use.
Never use charcoal or lighter fluid in this gas grill.
WARNING
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A. Do not store a spare LP-Gas tank under or near
this appliance.
B. Never fill the tank beyond 80 percent full; and
C. If the information in "(a)" and "(b)" is not followed
exactly, a fire causing death or serious injury may
occur.
The tank supply system must be arranged for vapor
withdrawal.
The LP Gas tank must have a collar to protect the
tank valve.
Never connect an unregulated LP gas tank to your gas
grill. The gas regulator assembly supplied with your
gas grill is adjusted to have an outlet pressure of 11"
water column (W.C.) for connection to an LP gas tank.
Only use the regulator and hose assembly supplied
with your gas grill. Replacement regulators and hose
assemblies must be those specified by Grand Hall.
WARNING
!
!
Refer to this table when designing the island unit for
the OD3208SLP/NG. Side* and Rear* show the minimum amount of distance the unit must be from
combustibles (ex. Vinyl or wood siding, fences and
overhangs) or sources of ignition (ex. Pilot lights on
water heaters and live electrical appliances). Height*
shows the minimum height the island unit must be
starting from the ground up.
Have your LP Gas dealer check the release valve after
every filling to ensure it remains free of defects.
Always keep LP Gas tank in upright position.
Do not subject the LP Gas tank to excessive heat.
Never store an LP Gas tank indoors. If you store your
gas grill in the garage always disconnect the LP Gas
tank first and store it safely outside.
Model
Height
Width
Depth
OD3208
10-3/4" 3 3-5/8"
SLP/NG
LP Gas tanks must be stored outdoors in a wellventilated area and out of the reach of children.
21"
Side* Rear* Height*
14"
24"
29"
6" minimum
clearance from
cutout (for lid)
Disconnected LP Gas tanks must not be stored in a
building, garage or any other enclosed area.
The regulator and hose assembly can be seen after
opening the island doors and must be inspected
before each use of the grill. If your regulator and hose
are damaged in any way, they must be replaced prior
to using the grill again.
Rear*
Side*
Non-combustible
Construction
Any attempt to convert the grill from one fuel type to another
is extremely hazardous and will void your warranty.
Never light your gas grill with the lid closed or before
checking to ensure the burners are fully seated over
the gas valve orifices.
Depth
Height
Height*
Width
11
USE AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Secure a 20lb LP Gas Tank to Gas Grill
NOTE about LP Gas Tank Exchange Programs
Note: You can only use 20lb LP Gas Tank in this Gas
Grill.
Many retailers that sell grills offer you the option of replacing your empty LP Gas tank through an exchange service.
Use only those reputable exchange companies that inspect, precision fill, test, and certify their tanks. Exchange
your tank only for an OPD safety feature-equipped tank as
described in the LP Gas tank section of this Guide.
NOTE: When using Liquid Propane (LP), EXTREME
CAUTION should be used to provide ample ventilation
of vapor from the enclosure. LP gas vapor is heavier
than air and SERIOUS INJURY from a DANGEROUS
EXPLOSION could occur if LP gas is allowed to
accumulate in an enclosure and then ignited. Both the
Barbecue enclosure and LP cylinder enclosure require venting that must be provided at the floor level
of the enclosure to allow any leaking LP gas vapor
to escape (see Fig.6).
NOTE: When installing a barbeque equipped for liquid
propane (LP) in an island, the LP tank must be in
a separate enclosure that is completely isolated from
the barbeque. It must be cross-ventilated in accordance with local codes. The LP tank MUST NEVER
be installed directly under the barbeque.
NOTE: Each upper ventilation opening must be a
minimum of 20 sq in. Each lower ventilation opening
must be a minimum of 10 sq. Upper and lower
ventilation openings MUST BE PROVIDED on both
sides of built-in construction. The top of the upper
ventilations opening must be located within 5" from
the top of the island. The bottom of the lower ventilation openings must at least 1" or less from the floor
of the island. The top of the lower ventilation openings
cannot be more than 5" from the floor of the island.
Every ventilation opening must be a minimum of 1/
8". (See Fig. 4 on page 9). Please ask a Grand Hall
associate for full details.
Always keep new and exchanged LP Gas tanks in an upright position during use, transit or storage.
Leak test new and exchanged LP Gas tanks BEFORE
connecting one to your grill.
How to Leak Test your LP Gas Tank
For your safety:
All leak tests must be repeated each time your LP Gas
tank is exchanged or refilled.
When checking for gas leaks do not smoke.
Do not use an open flame to check for gas leaks.
Your grill must be leak tested outdoors in a well-ventilated area, away from ignition sources such as gas fired
or electrical appliances. During the leak test, keep your
grill away from open flames or sparks.
Do not use household cleaning agents. Damage to gas
assembly components can result.
Ÿ
Ÿ
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Use a clean paintbrush and a 50/50 mild soap and
Fig. 6
water solution.
Brush soapy solution onto LP Gas tank in the areas
CSA Approved
indicated by the arrows. See diagram.
If growing bubbles appear do not use or move the Stainless Steel Tube
LP Gas tank. Call an LP Gas Supplier or your Fire
Partition Panel
Department.
Air
Vents
Air Vents
Non-Combustible
Construction, such as
stone, marble, cement
!
WARNING
!
If growing bubbles appear do not use or move
the LP Gas tank. Contact an LP Gas Supplier
or your fire department!
Note: The built-in appliance for use with a remote selfcontained LP Gas supply system must use rigid pipe,
semi-rigid tubing or a connector complying with the
Standard for Connections for Gas Appliance, ZNSI
Z21.24/CSA 6.10
The Wing Bolt holds
the Tank Foot in place.
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USE AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS
LP Gas Model only:
Connect Regulator with Hose to your LP Gas Tank
Check all connections for LP Gas Leaks
Never test for leaks with an open flame. Prior to first
use, at the beginning of each season, or every time
your LP Gas tank is changed, you must check for gas
leaks. Follow these three steps:
Turn all Burner Valves to the OFF position.
Inspect the valve connection port and regulator
assembly for damage or debris. Remove any debris.
Never use damaged or plugged equipment.
Connect the regulator assembly to the tank valve
and HAND TIGHTEN nut clockwise to a full stop.
DO NOT use a wrench to tighten because it could
damage the Quick Coupling Nut and result in a gas
leak/fire hazard.
Open the tank valve (counterclockwise) 1/4 to 1/2
of a full turn, and use a soapy water solution to
check all connections for leaks before attempting
to light your grill. See "Check all connections for
LP Gas Leaks". If a leak is found, turn the tank valve
off and do not use your grill until the leak is repaired.
Make a soap solution by mixing one part liquid
detergent and one part water.
Turn the grill Control Knobs to the full OFF position,
then turn the gas ON at source.
Apply the soap solution to all gas connections
indicated by the arrows. See diagram. If bubbles
appear in the soap solution the connections are
not properly sealed. Check each fitting and tighten
or repair as necessary.
Type 1 connection per
ANSI Z21.58-2007/CSA
1.6-2007
Quick
Coupling Nut
Gas Valve / Manifold
Assembly
Regulator with
Hose (LPG)
CAUTION: When the appliance is not in use the gas must
be turned off at the tank. Place 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.
!
WARNING
!
If you have a gas leak that cannot be repaired by
tightening, turn off the gas at the source, disconnect
fuel line from your grill and call 1- 877-934-7455 or
your gas supplier for repair assistance.
!
WARNING
LP Gas Tank
Disconnecting A Liquid Propane Gas (LPG)
Tank From Your Grill
Make sure the Burner Valves and LP Gas tank valve
are off. (Turn clockwise to close.)
!
Detach the hose and regulator assembly from the
LP Gas tank valve by turning the Quick Coupling
Nut counterclockwise. Do not use a wrench or any
tools when turning the Quick Coupling Nut.
1. Do not store spare LP cylinder within
10 feet (3m) of this appliance.
2. Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable liquids and vapors within 25
feet (8m) of this appliance.
3. When cooking with oil/grease, do not
allow the oil/grease to get hotter 350°F
(177°C)
4. Do not leave oil/grease unattended.
!
WARNING
!
Failure to read and follow the Use and Care
Instructions could result in a fire or explosion that
could cause serious bodily injury, death or property damage.
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Natural Gas Connection
Natural Gas Model only:
Connecting Natural Gas To Your Grill
Gas Line Piping:
If the length of line required does not exceed 50 feet,
use a 5/8" O.D. tube. One size larger should be used
for lengths greater than 50 feet.
Gas piping must be copper tubing, type K or L; polyethylene plastic tube, with a minimum wall thickness of
0.62 inch; or standard weight (schedule 40) steel or
wrought iron pipe.
Copper tubing must be tin-lined if the gas contains more
than 0.3 grams of hydrogen sulfide per 100 cubic feet
of gas.
Plastic tubing is suitable only for outdoor, underground
use.
Gas piping in contact with earth, or any other material
which may corrode the piping, must be protected against
corrosion in an approved manner.
Underground piping must have a minimum of 18" cover.
Connect the Swivel nut of the 12' Natural Gas
Hose to the horizontal fitting of NG Regulator as
shown in Fig.1. Connect the other hose end (male
plug) to the gas supply line from your home. Read
and follow the "Natural Gas Safety Instructions"
below.
Natural Gas Safety Instructions
Your natural gas grill is designed for use with natural
gas (NG) only. The gas pressure Regulator supplied with this appliance must be installed and
used on your grill. The unit and Regulator are set
to operate with an outlet pressure of 4" W.C.
Install a Shutoff Valve at the gas supply source outdoors at a point after the gas pipe exits the outside wall
and before the quick-disconnect hose. Or install it at
the point before the gas line piping enters the ground.
See Fig. 2.
Pipe sealing compound or pipe thread tape resistant
to the action of natural gas must be used on all male
pipe thread connections.
Disconnect your gas grill from fuel source when the
gas supply is being tested at high pressures. This gas
grill and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply pipe system during any
pressure testing of that system at pressure in excess
of 1/2 psi (3.5kpa).
Turn off your gas grill when the gas supply is being
tested at low pressures. The grill must be isolated
from the gas supply pipe system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply pipe system at pressures equal
to or less than 1/2 psi (3.5kpa).
The Quick Disconnect connects to a 3/8 inch NPT
thread from the gas source. The Quick Disconnect
fitting is a hand operated device that automatically
shuts off the flow of gas from the source when it is
disconnected.
The Quick Disconnect fitting can be installed horizontally or pinpointing downward. DO NOT install the
fitting with the opening pointing upward because the
fitting could collect water and debris.
The Dust Covers (plastic plugs) provided with the
Quick Disconnect Hose help keep the open ends
clean while disconnected.
WARNING: Do not route the 12 Foot Quick Disconnect
Hose under a deck. The hose must be visible and
inspected prior to each grill use.
Fig.1
Vertical fitting
Swivel nut
Hose, 12 ft./ NG
Check all connections for Natural Gas Leaks
Never test for leaks with an open flame. Prior to first use
and at the beginning of each season, you must check
for gas leaks. Follow these three steps:
Make a soap solution by mixing one part liquid
detergent and one part water.
Turn the grill Control Knobs to their full OFF
positions. Next, turn the gas ON at the source.
Apply the soap solution to all gas connections
indicated by the arrows. See Fig.3. If bubbles
appear in the soap solution the connections are
not properly sealed. Check each fitting and tighten
or repair as necessary.
Fig.3
Fig.2
Gas Supply
Inside Wall
Outside Wall
Shut Off
Gas Valve / Manifold
Assembly
To Grill
Locking
Shut Off
Male Fitting
Quick
Disconnect
NG Regulator
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Hose, 12 ft./ NG
USE AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Grill Lighting Instructions
1. Before each use, check all hoses for cracks, nicks, cuts,
burns, or abrasions. If a hose is damaged in any way,
do not use your grill before replacing the hose with an
authorized part from the Parts List. Also make sure all
gas supply connections are securely tightened.
2. Familiarize yourself with the Safety and Use and Care
instructions in this Guide. Do not smoke while lighting
grill or checking gas supply connections.
3. Be sure the LP Gas tank is filled, and lock Casters to
prevent movement during grill operation.
4. Open the Grill Lid.
WARNING
!
Left Rear Left Front
Burner
Burner
!
8. If the burner indicator light does not work, check the
batteries.
9. After one Burner is lit, turn the tank valve SLOWLY one
more 1/4 of a turn.
5. Set Control Knobs to OFF and open the LP Gas tank
valve SLOWLY 1/4 of a full turn. For Natural Gas open
the Shut Off Valve at the source.
•
Right Rear
Burner
7. If ignition does not occur in 5 seconds, turn gas off at
source and turn Control Knobs OFF. Wait at least 5
minutes for gas to clear, then retry. If your grill still fails
to light turn the burner Control Knob(s) and gas source
OFF and conduct a leak test of ALL gas connections
and gas sources as explained in the Use and Care
section of this guide. If no leaks are detected, wait 5
minutes for any gas to clear and repeat the lighting
procedure.
Failure to replace a faulty hose, secure gas supply
connections or to open the Lid before proceeding to
the Lighting Procedures could result in a fire or
explosion that could cause serious bodily injury, death,
or property damage.
OFF
Right Front
Burner
10. To light more burners, turn each burner knob to
back to .
, then
Open LP Gas tank
Manually Lighting Your Grill By Paper Match
To light your gas grill by match, insert a match into the
Lighting Stick and follow steps 1 through 5 of the Grill
Lighting Instructions. Then, light the match and place
Lighting Stick through the Cooking Grid on the grill as
shown below. Turn the nearest Control Knob to the
setting to release gas. The Burner should light immediately.
6. Push and turn the control knob to and hold it in 3~5
seconds to ignite the Burner. Once the burner is ignited
continue to depress the knob and rotate to
. Hold the
knob until burner indicator light turns on then release it.
•
OFF
Note: Island is shown for illustrative purposes only.
Island is not included with grill unit.
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USE AND CARE INSTRUCTIONS
Troubleshooting
To purge air from your gas line and/or reset
the regulator excess gas flow device:
If the grill fails to light :
Turn Control Knobs to the OFF position.
1. Turn gas off at source and turn Control Knobs to
OFF. W ait at least 5 minutes for gas to clear, then
retry.
Turn off the gas at the tank valve.
2. If your grill still fails to light, check gas supply
and connections.
Disconnect regulator from LP Gas tank.
For Natural Gas disconnect regulator from
12 ft. Natural Gas Hose.
3. Repeat lighting procedure. If your grill still fails
to operate, turn the gas off at source, turn the
Control Knobs to OFF, then check the following:
Let unit stand 5 minutes to allow air to purge
from gas line.
Reconnect regulator to the LP Gas tank.
For Natural Gas reconnect regulator to
12 ft. Natural Gas Hose.
Obstruction in gas line
Correction: Remove regulator hose from grill. Do not
smoke! Open gas supply for one second to clear any
obstruction from fuel line. Close off gas supply at
source and reconnect fuel line to grill.
WARNING
Turn tank valve on SLOWLY 1/4 of a turn.
For Natural Gas open Shut Off valve.
Disconnected Electric Wires
Correction: Inspect the Electric Ignitor (see Parts List)
found in the Control Box. Connect loose Electric wires
to Junction Box and try to light the grill.
Open the Grill Lid.
Push and turn the Control Knob to
and hold
it in 3-5 seconds to ignite the burner.
Weak AA or AAA Battery
Correction: Remove the Ignitor Cap and replace the
battery.
!
If the grill still does not light you may need to purge
air from the gas line or reset the regulator excess
gas flow device. Note: This procedure should be
done every time a new LP Gas tank is connected
to your grill.
!
WARNING
WARNING
!
Should a FLASHBACK fire occur in or around the
Burners, follow the instructions below. Failure to
comply with these instructions could result in a fire
or explosion that could cause serious bodily injury,
death, or property damage.
!
Ÿ
Ÿ
Ÿ
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Never lean over the grill cooking area while lighting
your gas grill. Keep your face and body a safe distance
(at least 18 inches) from the front of grill when lighting
your grill by match.
Shut off gas supply to the gas grill.
Turn the Control Knobs to OFF position.
Open the Grill Lid.
Put out any flame with a Class B fire
extinguisher.
GRILL INFORMATION CENTER
Call 1-877-934-7455 Monday - Friday 8:00am-4:30pm CST
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Cleaning Exterior Stainless Steel Surfaces:
Proper care and maintenance will keep your grill in top operating condition and prolong its life. Follow these cleaning procedures on a timely basis and your grill will stay clean and operate
with minimum effort.
CAUTION: Be sure your grill is OFF and cool before cleaning.
Cleaning The Cooking Grids
Before initial use and periodically thereafter, wash your
Cooking Grids in a mild soap and warm water solution.
You can use a wash cloth or vegetable brush to clean
your cooking grids.
Cleaning The Grease/Water Tray
To reduce the chance of fire, the Grease/Water Tray
should be visually inspected before each grill use.
Remove any grease and wash Grease/Water Tray with
a mild soap and warm water solution.
Cleaning the Inside of the Grill Lid
Routine care and maintenance is required to preserve
the appearance and corrosion resistance of stainless
steel. The fact is stainless steel can corrode, rust and
discolor under certain conditions. Rust is caused when
regular steel particles in the atmosphere become attached to the stainless steel surface. Steel particles can
also become attached to your grill if you use steel wool
or stiff wire brushes to clean the grill instead of nonabrasive cloth, sponge or nylon cleaning tools. In coastal
areas rust pits can develop on stainless surfaces that
cannot be fully removed. Bleach and other chlorine based
solutions used for household and pool cleaning can
also cause corrosion to stainless steel. Weathering,
extreme heat, smoke from cooking and machine oils
used in the manufacturing process of stainless steel
can cause stainless steel to turn tan in color. Although
there are many factors which can affect the surface appearance of stainless steel, they do not affect the integrity of the steel or the performance of the grill.
To help maintain the finish of stainless steel follow these
cleaning tips for the best results:
Grease can build up on the inside of the Grill lid over
time. This grease can drip onto your deck or patio when
the lid is opened. Visually inspect the inside of the Grill
Lid before each grill use. Remove any grease and wash
with a mild soap and warm water solution.
1. After every use (after your grill has cooled down), wipe
stainless surfaces with a soft, soapy cloth or sponge
then rinse with water. Be sure to remove all food particles, sauces or marinades from stainless steel because
these can be highly acidic and damaging to stainless
surfaces.
2. Never use abrasive cleaners, scrubbers or stiff wire
brushes of any type on your grill.
3. Use a heat resistant Stainless Steel Cleaner and rub or
wipe in the direction of the stainless steel grain or polish
lines. Do not polish against the grain.
Routine Cleaning of The Grill Interior
Burning-off excess food after every cookout will keep it
ready for instant use. However, at least every 3 months
you must give the entire grill a thorough cleaning to
minimize your risk of grease fire and keep the grill in top
shape. Follow these steps:
1. Turn all Burner Knobs to the full OFF position.
2. Turn the LP gas tank valve to the full OFF position.
!
3. Disconnect the regulator from the gas tank. Inspect the
hose with regulator assembly for cracking, cuts or any
other damage, and replace as neccessary. Refer to the
Parts List in this Operator's Manual.
WARNING
!
Failure to comply with these instructions could
result in a fire or explosion that could cause serious
bodily injury, death or property damage.
4. Remove and clean the Cooking Grids and Secondary
Cooking Rack.
Keep grill area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and
liquids.
5. Brush the inside and bottom of the grill with a fiber pad
or nylon brush and wash with a mild soap and warm
water solution. Rinse thoroughly and let dry.
Do not obstruct the flow of air for combustion and
ventilation.
6. Check each Spark Electrode, adjusting as needed. The
space between the Spark Electrode Tip and Spark
Receiver should be approximately 1/8" (3.2mm).
Keep the ventilation openings of the tank enclosure
cabinet free and clear of debris.
7. Replace the Cooking Grids and Secondary Cooking
Rack.
Visually check burner flames occasionally to ensure
proper flame pattern as shown below.
8. Reconnect the gas source and observe the Burner
flame for correct operation.
Cleaning Exterior painted Surfaces:
Before initial use, and periodically thereafter, we suggest
you wash your grill using a mild soap and warm water
solution. You can use a wash cloth or sponge for this
process. Do not use a stiff wire or brass brush. These will
scratch stainless steel and chip painted surfaces (varies
by model) during the cleaning process.
!
WARNING
!
MAGNIFIED VIEW OF INFRARED BURNER FLAME THROUGH
OPEN LID.
Do not leave the grill unattended during burn off. Empty
and clean the grease tray before doing burn-off.
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Infrared Grill Cooking Instructions
Indirect Cooking
Burn-Off
Before cooking on your gas grill for the first time, you
should "burn off" the grill to eliminate any odor or foreign
matter. Ignite the burners, lower the Lid, and operate grill
on
setting for 3 to 5 minutes.
To cook indirectly, the food should be placed on the
left or right side of your grill (or Secondary Rack) with the
Burners lit on the opposite side. Rotate the food as
needed to ensure even browning. This is the slow
cooking method. A faster indirect method is to place
your food in an optional cast-iron cooking pan and place
it in the center of the grill with all burners on LOW. Be
sure to add liquid if using a pan to keep food moist. If
higher heat is desired, turn Left Front (LF) and Right
Rear (RR) burners on HIGH with Left Rear (LR) and
Right Front (RF) burners on LOW to create a crossray
cooking pattern. Either way, indirect cooking must be
done with the Lid down.
CAUTION: Infrared cooking times will be much shorter
than traditional grilling so never operate this appliance
unattended.
Preheating
To preheat, light your grill on
Lid and follow this timetable.
, lower the
Ÿ For searing and high temperature cooking,
preheat grill 3 to 5 minutes.
Prepare Cooking Grids for Grilling
Ÿ For low temperature cooking, preheat grill
3 minutes.
Greasing the cooking surface will help keep foods
from sticking during the cookout, produces beautiful
sear marks and reduces the amount of cleanup required. Use a brush to apply a thin layer of cooking oil
or vegetable shortening onto each Cooking Grid before
each cookout. We do not suggest spray type oils unless
they are specified for high-temperature cooking.
Ÿ To slow cook, preheating is not necessary.
Control Knob Settings
High setting: The
Control Knob setting should only
be used to pre-heat your grill the first 3-5 minutes, for
searing foods and for burning food residue off the grill
for 3-5 minutes after cooking is complete.
To Reduce Flare-Ups and Smoke
Fat and juice dripping from grilled food can cause flareups and smoke. To minimize this, cook your food in the
mid section of each cooking grid so drippings fall
through the center of the grill into the Grease/Water
Tray below.
CAUTION: Infrared cooking times will be much shorter
than traditional grilling so never operate this appliance
unattended.
Low setting : Most recipes specify the low setting for
baking, roasting, rotisserie cooking and grilling delicate foods such as fish, vegetables and bread.
!
An Important Note About Infrared Heat Settings
The suggested heat settings and cooking times shown
in the following pages are approximate. Unlike the
controlled environment inside your kitchen, variables
including outside temperatures, direction and conditions of wind, as well as grill location will affect your grill's
heat distribution. Because these conditions vary, and no
two backyards are alike, we offer these tips as general
guidelines for your reference. We recommend you monitor your grill closely and rotate foods often to prevent
overcooking and ensure the most delicious results
every time.
Ÿ The heat from the front and rear infrared burners overlap
in the mid section of each cooking grid. This area offers
the most intense heat for quickly locking in the natural
juices and flavor of poultry and meats.
Ÿ The Secondary Cooking Rack offers less intense heat
for preparing breads and firm vegetables like potatoes
and corn.
Ÿ Infrared heat sears the food surface and cooks from the
inside out. Infrared heat does not cook through aluminum foil and reflective pans. For roasting and baking
you'll find a cast-iron pan works beautifully as it absorbs
and conducts the infrared heat very well.
Direct Cooking
The direct cooking method can be used with the food
placed on the mid section of each cooking grid where the
infrared heat is most intense. Direct Cooking requires
the Grill Lid to be open. This method is ideal for searing
and grilling as well as deep frying in a cast-iron pan or
stir-frying in a steel wok.
A-1
WARNING
!
Ÿ
Failure to comply with these instructions could result
in a fire or explosion that could cause serious bodily
injury, death or property damage.
Ÿ
Never cover the cooking grids, bottom of grill bowl
or Grease/W ater Tray with charcoal, aluminum foil,
and or any substance that can absorb grease.
Ÿ
Before each use of your grill: Pull out the Grease/
Water Tray and remove all grease and food debris to
prevent grease fire hazard. It is important to keep this
Tray 1/2 filled with water while grilling to get the best
possible results. W ear a flame retardant BBQ Mitt
when handling the Grease/Water Tray.
Ÿ
Use your grill at least 3 feet away from any wall
or surface. Use your grill at least 3 feet away from
combustible objects that can melt or catch fire
(such as vinyl or wood siding, fences and overhangs) or sources of ignition including pilot lights
on water heaters and live electrical appliances.
Ÿ
Never use your gas grill in a garage, porch, shed,
breezeway or any other enclosed area.
Ÿ
Your grill will get very hot. Always wear a flame
retardant BBQ Mitt when cooking on your grill and
handling the Grease/W ater Tray. Never lean over
cooking areas while using grill. Do not touch cooking
surfaces, Lid, grill housing or other parts while grill is
in operation, or until the grill has cooled down after
use. Be aware that the Tray does contain water and
grease and be extremely careful when removing to
prevent spillage.
Guide to Infrared Grilling using the Direct Cooking Method
Grilling Steak and Ribs
Cut of Meat
Approx. Total Cooking Times
Fill Grease/Water Tray half-full. Turn the grill Burners on ,
close the Lid and preheat your grill 3 to 5 minutes. Open Lid
and place food on the mid section of a Cooking Grid. Sear
2-3 minutes on each side then adjust the Infrared Burners
to LOW and continue cooking until desired doneness. You
can also move the seared meat to the Secondary Cooking
Rack to finish cooking. This method allows you to sear and
prepare larger amounts of meat and keep cooked food
warm. Grilling times will vary according to meat thickness.
T-bone steak
Sirloin steak
Beef spare ribs
Porterhouse Steak
New York strip steak
Rare: 4-6 minutes
Medium: 6-8 minutes
Well done: 8-10 minutes
Hamburgers
Brats
Sausages
Rare: 3-4 minutes
Medium: 5-6 minutes
Well done: 6-8 minutes
Fill Grease/Water Tray half-full. Turn the grill Burners on ,
close Lid and preheat your grill 2 to 3 minutes. Open Lid and
place food on the mid section of a Cooking Grid. Sear 2-3
minutes on each side then adjust the Infrared Burners to
LOW and continue cooking until desired doneness.
Chicken breast
(cook with bone down)
Chicken wings
Drumsticks
Direct method:
approximately 6-8 minutes
To minimize flare-ups, use skinless poultry or use the
indirect method. Place the poultry on one side of the grill with
the opposing Burners on LOW heat, and lower the grill Lid.
Whole bird
(cook with breast up)
Indirect method:
approximately 1 hour
Chops
Loins
Cutlets
Medium: 10-12 minutes
Well done: 12-14 minutes
Whole fish
Whole fish fillets
Approx. 8 - 18 minutes or
until fish is opaque
Grilling Hamburgers, Brats and Sausages
Fill Grease/Water Tray half-full. Turn the grill Burners on ,
close Lid and preheat your grill 3 to 5 minutes. Open Lid and
place food on the mid section of a Cooking Grid. Sear 2-3
minutes on each side then adjust the Infrared Burners to
LOW and continue cooking until desired doneness. Grilling
times will vary according to meat thickness.
Grilling Poultry
Indirect method:
up to 30 minutes
Grilling Pork
Fill Grease/Water Tray half-full. Turn the grill Burners on ,
close Lid and preheat your grill 3 to 5 minutes. Open Lid and
place food on the mid section of a Cooking Grid. Sear 2-3
minutes on each side then adjust the Infrared Burners to
LOW and continue cooking until desired doneness. Grilling
times will vary according to meat thickness.
Whole Fish and Whole Fillets
Fill Grease/Water Tray half-full. Turn the grill Burners on ,
close Lid and preheat your grill 3 to 5 minutes. Open Lid and
place food (skin down) on the mid section of a Cooking Grid.
Sear 2 minutes on each side then adjust the Infrared
Burners to LOW and continue cooking until fish is opaque
but still moist.
Vegetables and Fruit
Fill Grease/Water Tray half-full. Prepare your fruit or vegetables and brush with butter or basting sauce if desired. In
some instances, you may want to grill vegetables and fruit
directly over the heat, using the supplied Cooking Grids.
Foods that work best with direct heat are relatively soft and
require a short cooking time: mushrooms, zucchini, tomatoes and skewered fruit such as apricots, peaches, pineapple, strawberries and kiwis. Remember the Grill Lid must
remain up when cooking directly.
For very firm vegetables—particularly potatoes and yams,
we recommend that you partially boil until almost cooked,
before placing them on the grill.
CAUTION: Infrared cooking times will be much shorter
than traditional grilling so never operate this appliance
unattended.
NOTE: Do not use aluminum foil to wrap vegetables and fruit.
Infrared heat does not cook through aluminum foil and
reflective pans.
To cook indirectly, the food should be placed on the left or
right side of your grill (or Secondary Rack) with the Burners
lit on the opposite side. Either way, indirect cooking must
be done with the Lid down.
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Guide to Roasting & Baking using the Indirect Cooking Method
An Important Note About Infrared Heat Settings
Food preparation
The suggested heat settings and cooking times shown are
approximate. Unlike the controlled environment inside your
kitchen, variables including outside temperatures, direction
and conditions of wind, as well as grill location will affect your
grill's heat distribution. Because these conditions vary, and
no two backyards are alike, we offer these tips as general
guidelines for your reference. We recommend you monitor
your grill closely and rotate foods often to prevent overcooking
and ensure the most delicious results every time.
Trim meat of excess fat. Truss meat and poultry with cooking
string to retain shape if desired. Bacon strips can be used to
cover the outside surface of lean meat and poultry to help
prevent it from drying out. To keep food moist during roasting
be sure to keep the Grease/Water Tray filled. If using an
optional cast-iron pan for cooking, you should also add liquid
to prevent burning the bottom of your food.
Preparing to Roast
Except when roasting with water in a roasting pan, the juices
that collect in the pan can be used as the base for a tasty sauce
or gravy. Place a cooking pan directly over the cooking grids,
add extra butter if needed, then add several spoonfuls of flour
to thicken sauce. Finally, add sufficient chicken or beef stock
to obtain the desired consistency.
Tips for roasting
Roasting uses the indirect cooking method. Therefore, the
food should be placed on the left or right side of your grill with
the Burners lit on the opposite side. You can also use an
optional cast-iron pan underneath food allowing you to collect
juices for making gravies. Remember, indirect cooking requires the Lid of your grill to be down.
Once the meat is cooked, remove it from your grill and cover
with a piece of foil. Allow it to stand for 10-15 minutes which
allows the juices to settle. This will make carving easier and
ensure a tender, juicy roast.
Fill Grease/Water Tray half-full. Preheating your grill is not
required for slow cooking methods such as roasting. If you do
choose to preheat your grill before roasting, turn the Burners on
HIGH and close Lid for approximately 2 minutes.
Type of Food
How Cooked
Approximate Cooking Times
Beef
Rare
Medium
Well done
14 minutes per pound
18 minutes per pound
20 minutes per pound
Lamb
Medium
Well done
14 minutes per pound
18 minutes per pound
22 minutes per pound
23-26 minutes per pound
17-20 minutes per pound
20 minutes per pound
8 minutes per pound
17-20 per pound + 20 minutes
14-18 per pound + 10 minutes
Veal
Pork
Chicken
Duck
Fish
Turkey, under 16 pounds
Turkey, over 16 pounds
BAKING TECHNIQUES
Preparing to Bake
To bake in your new grill you'll need a baking dish or cast-iron
cooking pan, and a pair of flame retardant BBQ Mitts. If the
cooking pan is cast-iron be sure to season the pan before use.
Fill Grease/Water Tray half-full. Preheat your grill 3 minutes,
then lower heat as needed. Baking uses the indirect cooking
method. To cook indirectly, the food should be placed on the
left or right side of your grill with the Burners lit on the opposite
side. This is the slow cooking method. A faster indirect method
is to place your food in an optional cast-iron cooking pan and
place it in the center of the grill with all burners on LOW. If higher
heat is desired, turn Left Front (LF) and Right Rear (RR) burners
on HIGH with Left Rear (LR) and Right Front (RF) burners on
LOW to create a crossray cooking pattern. Either way, indirect
cooking must be done with the Lid down.
Safe Minimum Internal Temperatures
Fish
145ºF/63ºC
Pork
160ºF/71ºC
Egg Dishes
160ºF/71ºC
Steaks and Roasts of Beef, Veal or
145ºF/63ºC
Lamb
Ground Beef, Veal or Lamb
160ºF/71ºC
Whole Poultry (Turkey, Chicken,
165ºF/74ºC
Duck, etc.)
Ground or Pieces Poultry (Chicken
165ºF/74ºC
Breast, etc.)
Tips for Baking
Prepare your favorite recipe as you would in the kitchen. You will
need to stir the food several times as it bakes, and add
additional liquid as required. Watch the temperature, and
adjust to cook according to your recipe directions.
Oven Temperature
Slow
300° - 340° F
Moderate
355° - 390° F
High
410° - 480° F
Recommended Grill Setting
Left or right 2 burners on LOW
All 4 burners on LOW
LF + RR burners on HIGH and LR + RF burners on LOW
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Guide to Stir-Frying and Deep-Frying
STIR-FRYING TECHNIQUES
DEEP-FRYING TECHNIQUES
This method of cooking is popular around the world and can
be easily accomplished outdoors on your gas grill. It's a quick
and healthy way of preparing a complete meal using meat,
poultry or seafood in infinite combinations with other interesting ingredients like vegetables, rice or noodles.
A wide variety of foods can be deep-fried outdoors on your
grill, from potatoes, to seafood and chicken. Deep-frying
uses a large portion of oil, preferably saturated. The outdoor
location is ideal for deep-frying as smoke, grease and
smells disperse in the open air instead of collecting on the
ceiling of your kitchen.
Preparing to Stir-fry
Preparing to Deep-fry
Although it is possible to stir fry in other dishes, a wok is your
best tool. Its high sides enable the cook to stir food without
spillage. Its construction allows you to cook quickly at high
temperatures, with instant control of heat which is essential
for successful stir frying.
Deep-fry on your grill using an optional cast-iron pan placed
on a Cooking Grid in the path of direct infrared heat.
Fill a cooking pan no more than half full of vegetable or corn
oil. Fill Grease/Water Tray half-full. Turn the grill Burners
on HI, close Lid and preheat your grill 3 to 5 minutes. Open
Lid and place cast-iron pan on the mid section of a Cooking
Grid then adjust the Infrared Burners to LOW.
Food preparation
Slice meat and poultry into long thin strips and cube fish fillets.
Remove all fat from meat and poultry and cut large vegetables
into even slices or cubes.
Check the temperature of the oil carefully with a frying
thermometer or test with a cube of bread. The cube of bread
should brown in about 30 seconds for most cooking needs.
350°F(177°C) is the optimal temperature for preparing the
majority of deep-fried foods.
Marinate foods for extra flavor and tenderness. Marinating
times will vary for red meat, fish and or various cuts. Less
tender cuts of meat should be marinated longer. Remember
to always chill marinating food in the refrigerator prior to
cooking.
Food Preparation
Stir-fry meats, poultry or fish first. Next, add hard vegetables
like carrots. Then continue with softer vegetables like
snowpeas and peppers. To ensure even cooking, continually
stir and toss the food in the wok using a wooden spoon or
spatula.
Foods being deep-fried taste better when coated with either
batter or breadcrumbs to add flavor and prevent moisture
from escaping.
Tips for Deep-frying
Tips for Stir-frying
W ear a flame retardant BBQ Mitt and slowly lower foods
into the hot oil using a wire scoop, fry-basket or stainless steel tongs. Add only a small quantity of food to the
oil, allow it to cook, then repeat with another small
quantity. This ensures the oil doesn't drop in temperature. Once the food is cooked, remove it carefully and
drain onto a paper towel. Turn the heat off as soon as you
have finished deep-frying and allow your pan to cool.
W hen the oil is cool, remove all remnants of fried foods
by straining it through a fine metal sieve, and store it in
a clean bottle for future use.
Place a wok on a Cooking Grid in the path of direct infrared heat.
Add only a small amount of food at a time to ensure fast
cooking and also to allow the wok to reheat between ingredients.
Guide to Using the Secondary Cooking Rack
The Secondary Cooking Rack can be used for purposes
other than just the obvious. Consider using the rack for
warming French bread, garlic bread, croissants or even
bagels.
Vegetables are generally easy to cook on the grill. The
Secondary Cooking Rack makes it convenient because you
can still use the main cooking area while the vegetables are
suspended above the grids.
Pre-cook hard vegetables by briefly boiling or microwaving
them before cooking on the grill. Do not grill your vegetables
wrapped in aluminum foil. Infrared heat does not cook
through aluminum foil and reflective pans. To keep vegetables moist, brush them with butter or oil often.
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Question:
Can I convert my grill from one fuel type to another in
other words from LPG to NG or vice versa?
Answer:
No, your gas grill is manufactured to exact specifications
and is certified for LPG (Liquid Propane Gas) or NG
(Natural Gas) use only. For your safety, conversion kits are
not available, nor will we sell or otherwise provide parts or
information to be used to convert your grill. Any attempt to
convert your grill is dangerous and will void your warranty.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ'S)
Question:
Are the serial and model numbers of my grill listed
somewhere for reference?
Answer:
The serial and model numbers are listed on a silver CSA
label placed on the grill. Depending on the grill model the
silver CSA label will be located on the left or right side
bowl panel underneath the side shelf, underneath the
right side of the control panel, outside left or right of control
panel or on the back of the grill cabinet.
Question:
My grill will not light properly. Why?
Question:
Sometimes I hear a humming sound coming from my
regulator. What causes this? And - My grill has a low
flame and sometimes will not light. Why?
Answer:
The humming sound is gas flowing through the
regulator. A low volume of sound is normal and will not
interfere with the operation of your grill. Loud or
excessive regulator humming and/or low flow and
intermittent lighting may be caused by the regulator's
excess gas flow device. Opening the tank valve all the
way or too quickly is what triggers the regulator's safety
device to restrict gas flow, preventing excess gas flow
to your grill. Lighting the main Burner farthest from the
fuel source every time will help eliminate air pockets in
the manifold. Note: This procedure should be done
every time a new LP Gas tank is connected to your grill.
Turn all Control Knobs to the OFF position.
Turn off the LP Gas tank at the tank valve.
For Natural Gas shut off NG valve.
Disconnect regulator from LP Gas tank.
For Natural Gas disconnect regulator from 12 ft.
Natural Gas Hose.
Let unit stand for 5 minutes.
Answer:
Always light the Main Burner farthest from the fuel source
first. This will draw gas across the manifold helping prevent
air pockets which obstruct gas-flow and prevent proper grill
lighting. Also try this procedure:
1. Turn gas off at source and turn Control Knobs OFF.
Wait at least 5 minutes for gas to clear, then retry.
2. If your grill still fails to light, turn the Burner Control
Knob(s) and gas source OFF and conduct a leak test
of ALL gas connections and gas sources as explained
in the Use and Care section of this manual.
3. If no leaks are detected, wait 5 minutes for any gas to
clear and repeat the lighting procedure.
Reconnect regulator to the LP Gas tank.
For Natural Gas reconnect regulator to 12 ft. Natural
Gas Hose.
Question:
If my ignitor or battery is not working how can I light my
grill manually? And - Why would I need the silver lighting
stick that hangs from the side of my grill?
Do not turn tank valve more than ½ of one turn on
LPG models.
Answer:
If your ignition fails to work or if your battery needs
replacing, you can light your grill using the Manual
Lighting Stick. The Lighting Stick is designed to hold a
paper match and allows you to safely insert a match
through the Cooking Grid without getting close to the
Burner. To light your gas grill manually, insert a paper
match into the Manual Lighting Stick and follow steps 1
through 5 of the Basic Lighting Procedures. Then, light
the match and place the Lighting Stick through the
Cooking Grid. Turn the nearest main Burner Control
Knob to the
setting to release gas. The Burner should
light immediately.
!
WARNING
Open grill Lid.
Turn the tank valve slowly ¼ of one turn.
For Natural Gas open Shut Off valve.
Light main Burner farthest from fuel source.
Turn the tank valve slowly one more ¼ of one turn
for ½ of one complete turn.
Continue to light Burners moving towards the fuel
source.
Question:
Where do I use my grill for safer operation and better
performance?
Answer:
Strong winds and low temperatures can affect the
heating and performance of your gas grill so factor
in these elements when positioning your grill
outdoors for cooking.
In windy conditions, always position the front of
grill to face oncoming wind to reduce smoke and
heat blowing in your face and prevent potential
hazards to self and grill.
Use your grill at least 3 feet away from any wall or
surface.
Use your grill at least 3 feet away from combustible
objects that can melt or catch fire (ex: vinyl or wood
siding, fences and overhangs) or sources of ignition
including pilot lights on water heaters and live
electrical appliances.
!
Never use your gas grill in a garage, porch, shed,
breezeway or any other enclosed area.
Never lean over the grill cooking area while lighting
your gas grill. Keep your face and body a safe
distance (at least 18 inches) from the front of grill
when lighting your grill by match.
Never obstruct the flow of ventilation air around
your gas grill housing.
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Question:
After every use (after your grill has cooled down), wipe
stainless surfaces with a soft, soapy cloth or sponge
then rinse with water. Be sure to remove all food particles, sauces or marinades from stainless steel because
these can be highly acidic and damaging to stainless
surfaces.
The Regulator and Hose supplied with my gas grill
does not fit the older LP Gas tank I’ve used for years.
Why not?
Answer:
The U.S. Government regulates gas appliances and LP
Gas tanks. When regulations are changed the LP Gas
tank fittings are altered to insure compliance. If your LP
Gas tank does not fit the Regulator and Hose supplied
with your new grill, the tank is outdated and must be
replaced. Note: Effective April 1, 2002 all LP Gas tanks
sold must include an “OPD” Overfill Prevention Device.
The OPD tanks are identified by their triangular-shaped
valve wheel. This internal device prevents the LP Gas
tank from being overfilled. Tanks without an OPD valve
can not be refilled.
Never use abrasive cleaners, scrubbers or stiff wire
brushes of any type on your grill.
Use a heat resistant Stainless Steel Cleaner and rub or
wipe in the direction of the stainless steel grain or polish
lines. Do not polish against the grain.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ'S)
Question:
What causes grill parts to rust and what effect does
it have on my grill?
Answer:
Rusting is a natural oxidation process and will not affect
the short term performance of your grill.
To slow the rusting process on Cooking Grids we
recommend greasing the grids before and after each
cookout. Use a brush to apply a thin layer of cooking oil or
vegetable shortening onto each grid. We do not suggest
spray type oils unless they are specified for hightemperature cooking. If your Cooking Grids are Porcelain
coated, be sure to coat the entire cooking surface including
edges and any areas with chipped porcelain.
Routine care and maintenance is required to preserve the
appearance and corrosion resistance of stainless steel.
The fact is stainless steel can corrode, rust and discolor
under certain conditions. Rust is caused when regular steel
particles in the atmosphere become attached to the stainless steel surface. Steel particles can also become attached
to your grill if you use steel wool or stiff wire brushes to
clean the grill instead of non-abrasive cloth, sponge or nylon cleaning tools. In coastal areas rust pits can develop on
stainless surfaces that cannot be fully removed. Bleach
and other chlorine based solutions used for household
and pool cleaning can also cause corrosion to stainless
steel.
Weathering, extreme heat, smoke from cooking and machine oils used in the manufacturing process of stainless
steel can cause stainless steel to turn tan in color. Although
there are many factors which can affect the surface appearance of stainless steel, they do not affect the integrity of the
steel or the performance of the grill. To help maintain the
finish of stainless steel follow these cleaning procedures
for the best results:
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Grand Hall Limited Warranty
Grand Hall will warrant to the ORIGINAL PURCHASER of this product that it will be free of defects in material
and workmanship for set periods below from the date of purchase when used under normal outdoor use
and correct assembly:
Full Warranty on Grill - 1 year (except for paint loss, rusting and ignitor battery)
Infrared Burners - 5 Years
Grand Hall will require reasonable proof of your date of purchase. Therefore, you should send in the owner
registration card or register online at www.grandhall.com. Save your receipt in case it is required as proof
of purchase.
This Limited Warranty is limited to replacement of parts at Grand Hall's option that proved to be defective
under normal use and service.
Grand Hall may require the return of defective parts for examination before issuing replacement parts. If you
are required to return defective parts, shipping charges must be prepaid. No returns will be accepted without
prior authorization from Grand Hall.
Upon examination and to Grand Hall's satisfaction, if the original part is proven defective, Grand Hall may
approve your claim and elect to replace such parts without charge. You will be charged for shipping and
handling of the replacement parts.
This Warranty does not cover any failures or operating difficulties due to accident, abuse, misuse, alteration,
misapplication, vandalism, improper installation, maintenance, operation or service, as set out in the Operator's
Manual.
This Warranty does not cover cosmetic wear and tear such as scratches, dents, corrosion or discoloration
caused by weather, heat, chemicals, paint loss, or surface rust. Deterioration or damage due to severe weather
conditions such as hail, hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunami, tornadoes, Act of God or terrorism is not covered
by this Limited Warranty.
To Obtain Warranty:
Call 1-877-934-7455
Monday-Friday 8AM-4:30PM CST
Warranty Restrictions:
• This Warranty is non-transferable and is void if product is used for commercial or rental purposes.
• This Warranty applies only when the product is used in the United States or Canada.
• This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state
to state.
Manufacturer:
Grand Hall Enterprise Co., Ltd.
9th Fl., No. 298, Rueiguang Rd., Neihu,
Taipei, Taiwan (114)
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