Sonoma CGR44 Owner's manual

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Please record Grill information for future reference and service work: (found on cart door on white label)
Model #:
Serial #:
Date of Purchase:
Gas Type:
Please retain this manual for future reference
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
- Read this manual carefully before using your grill to reduce the risk of fire, burn hazard or other injury.
- Extreme care should be used because of the high temperatures produced by this appliance. CHILDREN
SHOULD NOT BE LEFT UNATTENDED IN AN AREA WHERE THE GRILL IS BEING OPERATED.
- This appliance must be kept clear from combustible materials, gasoline or other flammable vapors and
liquids. Do not allow flammable materials to come in contact with grate, burner or hot surfaces.
- Do not repair or replace any part of this appliance unless it is specifically recommended in this manual,
A qualified service technician should conduct all other service.
- Follow the installation and servicing instructions provided with this product. Have your grill installed by a
qualified service technician. Locate the main gas supply valve so that you know how to shut the gas off to
your grill. If you smell gas, make sure all gas connections are tight before operation. If you continue to smell
gas call a qualified technician.
- When lighting a burner, always pay close attention to what you are doing. Be certain you are pushing the
ignitor that lights the burner you intend on using.
Grill Parts
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Stainless steel grili
Stainless steel side shelves
Electronic ignitor
Top flavor grids
Bottom flavor grids
Stainless steel bar grates
Stainless steel warming rack
Stainless steel drip tray
Hose and regulator (LP models only)
Vinyl cover
Rotisserie Kit(motor, spit, meat forks)
Note: Prior to assembly remove protective film from stainless steel parts
(Tools Required: 7/16” wrench & 1/4” wrench)
Side Shelves Attachment
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Start by removing the four 1/4” hex head
screws on each side of the grill. (See Fig. 1)
Attach side shelves by lining up the four
screw holes on the inside of the shelf. Once
lined up, insert the four screws to securely
lock the shelf in place. (See Fig. 2)
Interior parts installation
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Install the bottom three Flavor Grids, smaller
ones with notches, in the cutouts and around
the ignitors. (See Fig. 3)
Insert the second row of four Flavor Grids
into cutouts with triangle ridges facing up.
(See Fig. 4)
Install cooking grates on the ledges provided
on the grill to create your cooking surface.
Place warming shelf on support brackets by
setting it flat across brackets allowing the two
holes to line up with the stops on each
bracket. (See Fig. 5)
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Installing Match Stick Lighter on side of Cart
The Match Stick:Lighter is stored on the right
side of the cart, utilizing the two cutout tabs.
(See Fig. 6)
Note: You may need to bend the tabs slightly
outward to get the match stick to fit.
nstalling the Side Burner Black Cap
Before lighting the side burner, you must
install the Black, circular, Burner Cap.
Remove the grate, then line up the two holes
in the burner cap with the two pins on the
burner and set into place, Set grate back on
burner and proceed with hghting instructions.
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General Information
Verify the type of gas supply to be used, either Natural Gas (NG) or Liquid Propane (L.P)., and make sure the
marking plate (located on the back of the unit) agrees with that of the supply.
Note: Never attach an unregulated gas line to the appliance.
For Natural Gas installations, an installer must supply a gas shutoff valve that is easily accessible to the grill.
All installer supplied parts must conform to local codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70-1990, and the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1-1993.
All pipe sealants must be an approved type and resistant to the actions of L.P. gases. Never use pipe sealant
on flare fittings. All gas connections should be made by a competent technician and in accordance with local
codes and ordinances. In the absence of local codes, the installation must comply with the National Fuel Gas
Code, ANSI 7223.1-1998. Gas conversions kits are available from the factory. When ordering gas conversion
kits have the model number, and the type of gas (natural or L.P.) from your grill.
This Grill and its individual shut off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 PSIG (3.5 kPa.).
This Grill must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shut-off valve
during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 PSIG
(3.5 КРа.).
The installation of this Grill must conform with local codes, or in the absence of local codes , with National
Fuel Code, ANSI Z223.1a-1998.
Installation in Canada must be in accordance with the Standard Canl-b149.1 and or .2 (installation code for
gas burning appliances and equipment) and local codes.
Natural Gas Installation
The gas inlet supply pressure should be between 5” and 14” Water Column,(w.c.) A step down regulator 15
required if the line pressure is in excess of 14” w.c. Inlet pressure must not exceed 14” water column (1/2
PSIG)
Check your local gas utility company or with local codes for instructions on installing gas supply lines. Be
sure to check on type and size of run, and how deep to bury the line. If the gas supply line is too small, the
grill will not operate correctly.
Any joint sealant used must be an approved type and be resistant to the actions of L.P. gases.
Attach the natural gas regulator (supplied with your grill) to the brass fitting coming out the bottom, backside
of the grill (be sure the arrow on the regulator is pointing up towards the grill). Attach your gas line to the
3/8” flare fitting coming out of the natural gas regulator at the back of the grill.
Place the installer supplied shut-off valve in an accessible location to enable the gas supply to be cut off to the
unit.
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Back side of control panel.
ik supply system must be arranged for vapor withdrawal. (LP Tank must be kept in an upright
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car or if the hose is cut, it must be replaced prior to the grill being used again. :
Inders must be stored outdoors out of the reach of children-and must not be stored in a building, garage or
y other enclosed area.
General Information
Although all gas connections on the grill are leaked tested at the factory prior to shipment, a complete gas
tichtness check must be performed at the installation site due to possible mishandling in shipment, or
excessive pressure unknowingly being applied to the unit. Periodically check the whole system for leaks, or
immediately check if the smell of gas is detected.
Before Testing
Do Not smoke while leak testing. Extinguish all open flames. Never leak test with an open flame.
Mix a solution of equal parts mild detergent or liquid soap and water.
Testing
I. Turn off the burner control knobs.
2. Turn the top knob of the fuel supply cylinder counterclockwise (right to left) one rotation to
open.
3. Apply the soap solution to connections of the fuel supply assembly. If no soap bubbles
appear, the grill is ok to use. If bubbles form at the connections, a leak is detected.
(If a leak is detected, immediately turn off the gas supply, tighten any leaking fittings, turn gas on,
and recheck).
4. Turn off the knob on the fuel supply cylinder.
5. Turn on the burner control knobs for a moment to release the pressure in the hose, then turn
the control knobs back off.
6. Wash off soapy solution with cold water and towel dry.
Check all gas supply fittings before each use and each time the gas supply cylinder is connected to the regula-
tor. Have a Qualified Service Technician leak test the grill any time a part of the gas system is replaced. Also
have a Qualified Service Technician perform a leak test at least once a year whether or not the L.P. gas supply
cylinder has been disconnected.
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Grill Location
Do not use the grill in garages, breezeway, sheds or any enclosed area. Never operate the grill in enclosed
areas as this could lead to a carbon monoxide buildup, which could result in injury or death. Place the grill on
a level surface. Avoid moving the grill while it is operation.
Note: The grill will operate best if it is not facing directly into the wind.
Clearance to combustible construction - A minimum of 12” from the sides and back must be maintained from
the gas grill above and below the cooking surface to adjacent vertical combustible construction.
Clearance to non-combustible construction - A minimum of 3” clearance from the back of the grill to non-
combustible construction 1s required for the lid to fully open.
Storage of an outdoor gas cooking appliance indoor is permissible only if the cylinder is disconnected and
removed from the appliance.
General Rules
Do Not leave the grill unattended while cooking!
Make sure the grill has been leak tested and is properly located.
Light the grill burners using the instructions on in this manual.
Turn the control knobs to “High” and preheat the grill for 10 minutes before cooking.
Adjust heat settings to meet your cooking needs for desired results.
Allow grill to cool down, wipe off any splatters or grease and clean the drip tray as needed.
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*Keep any electrical supply cord and the fuel supply hose away from any heated surfaces.
*The location of the burner tube with respect to the the orifice is vital for safe operation. Check to
ensure the orifice is inside of the burner tube before using your grill. This is Very important.
Before Lighting
Warning: Important! Before Lighting...
Check the gas supply line for cuts, wear or abrasion.
Always keep your face and body as far away from the
grill as possible when lighting.
Grill Burner Lighting
Lighting the Grill with electronic ignitor
Always open the lid before attempting lighting.
Push and turn one of the control knobs counter clock-
wise to the “HIGH” position and immediately press
the electronic ignitor button. You'll hear a snapping
sound. It may be necessary to hold the electronic
starter button for about 4 seconds. If the burner does
not light in 4 seconds, turn the knob to OFF and wait
5 minutes before trying again. Repeat above steps to
light remaining burners. (See Fig. 9)
atch Lighting
If by chance the electronic ignitor does not light the
burner, the burner may be lit with a match attached to
the match lighter extender, located on the side of the
cart. (See Fig. 10)
Keep your face as far away from the Grill surface as
possible and pass the match extender through the
spaces 1n the Grill rack to the ports of the back
crossover burner between the flavor grids. Position
the match near the burner ports and push and turn the
control knob counter clockwise to the “HIGH”
position. (See Fig. 11)
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The grill rotisserie system is designed to cook items from the back using infrared heat. The rotisserie burner
is an infrared type which provides intense searing radiant heat. Preferred by chefs over other cooking methods,
this intense heat is magnificent for searing in the natural juices and nutrients found in quality cuts of meats.
Once lit, the rotisserie burner will reach cooking temperatures in | minute. The orange/red glow will even out
in about 5 minutes. The rotisserie motor is equipped with metal gears and is capable of turning up to 20 lbs.
of food. The motor is mounted on a bracket on the right side of the grill by sliding the motor over the bracket
with the cord facing the back of the grill. Make sure the motor is straight prior fo operating.
Attaching the Rofisserie
The motor is mounted on a bracket on the right side
of the grill by sliding the motor over the bracket with
the cord facing the back of the grill.
Using the Rotisserie Burner
With the rotisserie motor in place and plugged into an
electrical outlet it 1s now ready to operate. Slide one
of the meat forks onto the rod. (prongs facing towards
the middle.) Push the rod through the center of the
food, then slide the second meat fork onto the rod.
(prongs toward the food). Center the food to be
cooked on the rod, then push the meat forks firmly
together. Tighten the wing nuts. It may also be
necessary to wrap food with butcher’s string, (never
use nylon or plastic string) to secure loose portions.
Once the food is secure, insert the pointed end of the
rotis rod into the motor assembly and rest the other
end of the spit, with the grooved section, on the
support bracket on the left-hand side of the Grill. (If
needed remove the cooking grates for more room.).
Turn the power switch to the “On” position to start
the rotisserie motor.
Note: Remove the rotisserie when not in use.
Remove the warming shelf when using the
rotisserie kit.
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Note: Grooved section of spit must
rest on support bracket for proper
operation.
With grooved section sitting on
support bracket, the pointed end of
the spit may not go fully into the
motor housing. This is a normal
occurrence and will not affect the
operation of the rotisserie motor and
spit.
Rotisserie ighting
Open the lid. Push and turn the control knob counter
clockwise to the “HIGH” position: Wait 5 seconds.
Then press and hold the electronic ignitor button.
You’ll hear a snapping sound. If the burner does not
light in 4 seconds, turn the control knob to OFF and =
wait 5 minutes before trying again. Once lit, turn the
control knob to the desired setting. (See Fig. 12)
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After the first use the stainless steel around the burner
will darken. This 1s a normal occurrence of the non-
rusting, type 304 stainless steel used on the grill. The
infrared panel will also darken after initial use. This
is a normal occurrence.
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Open the cover. Push and turn the contro] knob
counter clockwise to the “HIGH” position,
immediately press and hold the electronic ignitor but- |
ton. You'll hear a snapping sound. If the burner does == o.
not light in 4 seconds, turn the control knob to OFF = oo
and wait 5 minutes before trying again. Once lit, turn
the control knob to the desired setting. (See Fig. 14)
(If the ignitor does not function, the burner can be lit
by holding a lit long stem match, or the match i = Ee о
extender, located on the side of the cart, to the E
burner while the control knob is turned counter
clockwise to “HIGH”.) (See Fig. 15)
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General Maintenance (performed on a periodic basis, depending on usage)
Check to make sure ventilation openings on the LP cylinder enclosure are not obstructed
Check to make sure the flow of combustion and ventilation air is not obstructed.
Check for proper burner flame *
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Drip Tray
The drip tray located below the grill should be cleaned periodically to prevent heavy buildup ot debris.
Note: Allow the drip tray to cool before attempting to clean.
Cooking (Grates
The cooking grates can be cleaned immediately after cooking is completed and atter turning off the flame.
Wear a barbecue mitt and scrub the cooking grates with a brass brush. If the grill is allowed to cool down,
cleaning the grates will be easier if removed from the grill and cleaned with a mild detergent.
Stainless Steel
The grill is made from a non-rusting stainless steel. After initial usage, areas of the grill may discolor from
the intense heat given off by the burners, this is normal.
Purchase a mild stainless steel cleaner and rub in the direction of the grain of the metal. Specks of grease can
gather on the surface of the stainless steel and bake on to the surface and give a worn appearance. For
removal use an non-abrasive oven cleaner in conjunction with a stainless cleaner.
Note: Always scrub in the direction of the grain.
Rear Infrared Burner:
Please light and burn the rear infrared burner at least once a month to ensure there is not a build-up of debris
or grease on the burner. This will ensure the ceramic burner will continue to operate as it should.
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Burner Removal
Before removing ensure that the gas supply is off and
the knobs are in the “Off” position. Make sure the
grill 1s cool.
Remove the cooking grates, then lift out the flavor
grids. (See Fig. 16)
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Remove the 4 screws at the back of the grill holding sone
the drip guard and burners in place. (See Fig. 17)
Then remove the two screws holding each ignitor and
lay them on the bottom of the grill. (See Fig. 18)
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Grasp and push the burner towards the back of the hie
grill while angling it up and out of grill. (See Fig. 19 о
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Burner Cleaning
Clean the exterior of the burner with a wire brush.
Clear stubborn scale with a metal scraper. Clear any
clogged ports with a straightened paper clip. (Never
use a wooden toothpick, as it may break off and clog
the port.) Shake out any debris through the air shut-
ter.
Burner Re-Attachment
Grasp the burner and slide the ends through the holes
in the heat shield, centering the burner over the
valves, while lowering the rear of the burner down
onto the rear of the grill. (See Fig. 19, again)
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Once in place, make sure the burner is level and
replace the ignitors and rear drip guard. Tighten the
screws securely. (See Fig. 18 and 17, again)
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Light all of the burners and check for proper flame
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Inspect bummer
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General Trouble Shooting
You should inspect the burners at least once a year or immediately if any of the following conditions occur:
The smell of gas in conjunction with the burner flames appearing yellow.
The Grill does not reach temperature.
The burners make a popping noise.
The Grill heats unevenly.
Before calling customer service
If the Grill does not function properly, use the following checklist.
Problem Solution
After opening tank valve, be sure one of the
Grill control knobs 1s on high for at feast 4
seconds while pushing ignitor button.
Check tank fuel level.
Grill will not light when the ignitor button is pushed.
Check for loose wire connections.
Remove the cooking grates and flavor grids.
Push ignitor button, and check for spark on tip
of electrode.
Check to see if debris is blocking the
electrode sparks.
¡Check battery/replace battery.
Attempt to match hight the burner,
If using L.P. gas, disconnect gas line at tank,
then reconnect.
Check for proper gas supply and pressure.
[fusing L.P. gas check for low fuel level.
Low heat with knob in “High” position.
If using L.P. gas check for kinks in supply line,
If only one burner appears low, clear burner
ports of any obstructions.
Pre-heat Grill for a full 10 minutes.
If using L.P. gas, disconnect gas line at tank,
then reconnect.
Verify proper flame height on high (1.57)
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Problem Solution
Check gas connection.
Flame is erratic
Fuel level may be low.
Grill may be in need of cleaning.
Check flavor grids and cooking grates for
excess build-up.
Flare-Ups Ensure Grill is not placed directly in path of
wind.
Be sure the drip tray is clean. (do not use
aluminum foil in drip tray)
Check the bummer inlet for obstructions.
Burner flame is yellow or orange, in conjunction with the
odor of gas. Grill may be in a windy area. Move to a less
windy area if possible.
Spider and Insect Warning
Spider and insects can nest in the burners of this or any other Grill and cause the gas to flow from the front of the
burner. This is very dangerous condition which can cause a fire to occur behind the valve panel, thereby damaging the
Grill and making it unsafe to operate. We recommend you check at least once a year to be safe.
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WARRANTY
LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
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IMPORTANT: We recommend you return the warranty registration card so that you can
be contacted with any questions of safety arise that could affect you.
The return of the warranty registration card is not a condition for
warranty coverage.
LIMITED WARRANTY
If the Sonoma Grill does not operate properly, first thoroughly carry out the instructions provided with
the unit to ensure that the appliance is installed correctly and check the Troubleshooting section.
*The warranty is nontransferable.
The warranty is for replacement of defective parts only. Manufacturer will not be responsible for
damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, abuse, hostile environments, improper installation,
installation not in accordance with local codes or service of unit.
«This limited warranty does not cover corrosion or discoloring due to lack of maintenance, misuse,
hostile environments, alterations, accidents or abuse or neglect.
‘This limited warranty does not cover any scratches, dents, corrosion or discolormg by heat, abrasive
and chemical cleaners nor any components used in the installation of the appliance.
Sonoma Grills have a Lifetime Warranty on all stainless steel parts, 10 years on stainless burners and a
| year warranty on all other parts.
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If you have other questions about your Sonoma grill, please contact:
Customer Service at:
(800) 229-5647
Because of continuing product improvement these specifications are subject to change without notice.
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