BUILT-IN OUTDOOR GRILLS
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BUILT-IN OUTDOOR GRILLS
MODEL: 740-3003-BI
Liquid Propane / Natural Gas Stainless Steel Grill
Installation and User Care Guide
IMPORTANT:
Save for electrical inspector’s use.
Installer: Leave installation instructions with the homeowner.
Homeowner: Keep installation instructions for future reference.
For questions about operation, parts, accessories, and services, please call: (888) 909-8818
TABLE OF CONTENTS
OUTDOOR GRILL SAFETY...............................................
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS....................................
Tools and Parts ..............................................................
Location Requirements...................................................
Product Dimensions........................................................
Built-In Outdoor Grill Enclosure.......................................
Cabinet Cutout Dimensions.............................................
Gas Supply Requirements...............................................
Gas Connection Requirements........................................
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.......................................
Unpack Grill/ Install Grill......................................................
Make Gas Connection......................................................
Leakage testing.....................................................
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GAS CONVERSIONS..........................................................
Check and Adjust the Burners..........................................
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OUTDOOR GRILL USE ......................................................
Using Your Outdoor Grill..................................................
Using Your Rotisserie Burner...........................................
Rotisserie Cooking Tips ...................................................
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TIPS FOR OUTDOOR GRILLING ....................................... 19
Cooking Methods.............................................................. 19
Grilling Chart..................................................................... 20
OUTDOOR GRILL CARE..................................................... 22
Replacing the Igniter Battery............................................. 22
General Cleaning.............................................................. 22
TROUBLESHOOTING ........................................................
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ASSISTANCE ...................................................................... 24
Accessories ...................................................................... 24
REPLACEMENT PARTS...................................................... 25
WARRANTY ......................................................................... 27
Read this Installation and User Care Guide carefully and completely before using your built-in grill to
reduce the risk of fire, burn hazard or other injury.
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OUTDOOR GRILL SAFETY
Your safety and the safety of others are very important.
We have provided many important safety messages in this manual and on your appliance. Always read and obey all safety messages
This is the safety alert symbol.
This symbol alerts you to potential hazards that can kill or hurt you and others.
All safety messages will follow the safety alert symbol and either the word “DANGER” or “WARNING.”
These words mean:
DANGER
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in a fire or
explosion that could cause serious bodily injury, death, property
damage.
WARNING
You can be killed or seriously injured if you don’t follow
Instructions.
All safety messages will tell you what the potential hazard is, tell you how to reduce the chance of injury, and tell you what will happen if the
instructions are not followed.
DANGER
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open lid.
4. If odor continues, keep away from the
appliance and immediately call your
gas supplier or your fire department.
WARNING
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable liquids or vapors in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
2. An LP cylinder not connected for use
shall not be stored in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
WARNING: The combustion by products produced when using this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause
cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
In the State of Massachusetts, the following installation instructions apply:
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Installations and repairs must be performed by a qualified or licensed contractor, plumber, or gas fitter qualified or licensed by
the State of Massachusetts.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock,
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injury to persons, or damage when using the outdoor cooking
gas appliance, follow basic precautions, including the
following:
For LP Unit:
LP gas grill models are designed for use with a standard 20 lb. Liquid
Propane Gas tank. A 20lb tank of approximately 12 inches in diameter
by 18-1/4 inches high.
The LP gas supply cylinder to be used must be:
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Do not install built-in outdoor cooking gas
appliances in or on a recreational vehicle, portable trailer,
boat or in any other moving installation.
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Always maintain minimum clearances from combustible
construction, see “Location Requirements” section.
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The outdoor cooking gas appliance shall not be located
under overhead unprotected combustible construction.
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This outdoor cooking gas appliance shall be used only
outdoors and shall not be used in a building, garage, or any
other enclosed area.
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Always check connections for leaks each time you connect
the LP gas supply cylinder. See “Installation Instructions” section.
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Keep any electrical supply cord and fuel supply hose away
from any heated surfaces.
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When the outdoor cooking gas appliance is not in use, the
gas must be turned off at the supply cylinder.
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Keep outdoor cooking gas appliance area clear and free
from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
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Storage of an outdoor cooking gas appliance indoors is
permissible only if the cylinder is disconnected and
removed from the outdoor cooking gas appliance.
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
Keep the ventilation openings of the cylinder enclosure free
and clear from debris.
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Cylinders must be stored outdoors and out of the reach of
children and must not be stored in a building, garage, or
any other enclosed area.
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Inspect the gas cylinder supply hose before each use of the
outdoor cooking gas appliance. If the hose shows
excessive abrasion or wear, or is cut, it MUST be replaced
before using the outdoor cooking gas appliance. Contact
your dealer and use only replacement hoses specified for
use with the outdoor cooking gas appliance. the replacement hose
assembly shall be that specified by the manufacturer
constructed and marked in accordance with the
Specification for LP Gas Cylinders of the U.S. Department
of Transportation (DOT) or the National Standard of
Canada, CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders, Spheres, and Tubes
for Transportation of Dangerous Goods; and Commission.
- provided with a cylinder connection device compatible
with the connection for outdoor cooking gas appliances.
The pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied with
the outdoor cooking gas appliance must be used. A
replacement pressure regulator and hose assembly must be to
specified by the outdoor cooking gas appliance manufacturer .
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Visually check the burner flames. They should be blue or slightly
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yellow.
Check and clean burner/venturi tube for insects and insect
nest. A clogged tube can lead to fire under the outdoor
cooking gas appliance.
- provided with a listed overfilling prevention device.
Gas cylinder must include a collar to protect the cylinder
valve. :
Place a dust cap on cylinder valve outlet whenever the
cylinder is not in use. Only install the type of dust cap on
the cylinder valve outlet that is provided with the cylinder
valve. Other types of caps or plugs may result in leakage
of propane.
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If the following information is not followed exactly, a fire
causing death or serious injury may occur.
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Do not store a spare LP gas cylinder under or near this
outdoor cooking gas appliance.
Never fill the cylinder beyond 80 percent full.
The installation of this grill must conform with local codes or, in the
absence of local codes, with either the National Fuel Gas Code,
ANSI Z223.1/NPFA 54, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code,
CSA B149.1, or Propane Storage and Handling Code, B149.2.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Tools and Parts
Location Requirements
Gather the required tools and parts before starting installation.
Read and follow the instructions provided with any tools listed
here.
WARNING
Tools Needed
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Tape measure
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Small, flat-blade screwdriver
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#2 and #3 Phillips screwdriver
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Level
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Wrench or pliers
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Pipe wrench
Scissors or cutting pliers
(to remove tie-downs)
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Noncorrosive leak-detection
Explosion Hazard
solution
Do not store fuel tank in a garage or indoors.
Parts Supplied
Do not store grill with fuel tank in a garage or indoors.
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Gas pressure regulator/hose assembly set for 11” WCP LP
gas.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
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1 - “AA” size alkaline battery
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Hardware packet
explosion, or fire.
WARNING
Fire Hazard
Do not use grill near combustible materials.
Do not store combustible materials near grill.
Doing so can result in death or fire.
Select a location that provides minimum exposure to wind and
traffic paths. The location should be away from strong draft
areas.
Do not obstruct flow of combustion and ventilation air.
Clearance to combustible construction for outdoor grills:
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A minimum of 24” (58.0 cm) must be maintained between the
front of the grill hood, sides and back of the grill and any
combustible construction.
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A 24” (58.0 cm) minimum clearance must also be maintained
below the cooking surface and any combustible construction.
*See “Assistance or Service” section to order.
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Built-In Outdoor Grill Enclosure
Fire Hazard
WARNING
Do not install grill on or near combustible materials
without an insulated jacket.
Doing so can result in death or fire.
This built-in outdoor grill is only for installation in a built-in
enclosure constructed only of noncombustible materials. Noncombustible materials could be brick, firewall or steel. Do not use
wood or other combustible materials for built-in enclosure.
Product Dimensions
42.4"(107.6cm)
34"(86.3cm)
21"(53.7cm)
30.4"(77.2cm)
20.7"(52.5cm)
6
11"(27.9cm)
Cabinet Cutout Dimensions
The illustration below includes cutout dimensions and minimum spacing requirements. The illustration is for reference. The design of
your cabinet layout can be personalized, but the dimensions for the cutouts and minimum spacing must be followed.
Center or support surfaces must be level.
Built-in Outdoor Grill Enclosure Ventilation Requirements(see picture 1)
Any enclosure is to be ventilated by openings at both the top and lower levels of the enclosure. The following information is the minimum for prope
ventilation of your island construction. There should be a minimum of 1⁷⁄₈” (4.4 cm) of clearance from the bottom of the grease tray and the front wa
of the island for proper ventilation.
NOTE: There should be no solid surface underneath the firebox portion of the grill. A minimum of 3” (7.6 cm) is required between the back of the grill and
noncombustible materials should be used.(see picture 2)
Any enclosure for built-in installation is to have at least below 2 openings:
Hole A: (see picture 1)
Top openings: At least two equally sized ventilation openings shall be provided in the side walls of the enclosure, located within 5 in of the top of the
enclosure, spaced at a minimum of 90 degrees and unobstructed. The openings shall have a total free area of not less than 20 in2.
Hole B: (see picture 1)
Floor level openings: At least two equally sized ventilation openings shall be provided in the side walls of the enclosure, the bottom of the openings sha
be 1 inch or less from the floor level and the upper edge no more than 5 inches above the floor level,
spaced at a minimum of 90 degrees and unobstructed. The openings shall have a total free area of not less than 10 in2..
Every opening shall have a minimum dimension so as to permit the entrance of a 3.2mm rod. Proper ventilation is a required based on the above
mentioned specifications for your grill to operate properly.
17"
12 3/4"
Picture 2
Picture 1
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Install 20 lb LP Gas Fuel Tank Tray
(see picture 3)
(Pictures of gas tank is for illustration purpose only.)
The tank tray should be secured to a fixed location that can be easily accessed and will allow the gas pressure regulator/ hose assembly to connect to
the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank without kinking or putting strain on the gas pressure regulator/ hose assembly.
1. Place the tank tray in a location that can be secured using 4 screws (supplied) through the predrilled holes. (see picture 4)
2. Use 4 screws to secure the tank tray. The typical location for a 20 lb LP gas fuel tank is within the enclosure where the tank ban be turned on and
off easily. On the top of the tank make a metal bar to prevent the tank fall over.
3. The tank at least 2 inch above the ground.
4.Install the Cylinders baffler to prevent the heat coming down from the grill to cylinder.
(the metal Cylinders baffler not provided).
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Cylinders baffler
Picture 3
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Picture 4
LP Gas Connection
Gas Pressure Regulator
The gas pressure regulator supplied with this grill must be used.
Replacement gas pressure regulator/ hose assembly specific to your model,
is available from your outdoor grill dealer.
The inlet (supply) pressure to the regulator should be as follows
for proper operation:
Install the 20 lb LP Gas Fuel Tank
This grill is equipped for use with a 20 lb LP gas fuel tank (fuel
tank not supplied, purchased separately). A gas pressure regulator/hose
assembly is supplied.
Any brand of 20 lb LP gas fuel tank is acceptable for use with the grill
provided they are compatible with the grill tank tray. The grill is also
design-certified by CSA International for local LP gas supply or for Natural
gas with appropriate conversion. The 20 lb LP gas fuel tank must be
mounted and secured. (NOTE: TANK TRAY NOT INCLUDED)
LP Gas:
Operating pressure: 11” (27.9 cm) WCP
Inlet (supply) pressure: 11” (27.9 cm) WCP
LP gas Connecting system:
To connect the appliance to the remote self-contained gas supply system
must be rigid pipe, semi-rigid tubing, or a connector complying with the
Standard for Connectors for Gas Appliances, ANSI
Z21.24/CSA 6.10, or the Standard for Connectors for Outdoor Gas
Appliances and Manufactured Homes, ANSI Z21.75/CSA 6.27。
The maximum length of the connection shall be 6 ft (1.82 m)
Warning: using semi-rigid tubing, aluminum or aluminum alloy
tubing is not permitted。
1.
Open cabinet doors.
2.
3.
Loosen the tank tray locking screw.( see picture 7)
Put the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank into the tank tray under the grill.
4.
Clockwise Tighten the locking screw against the bottom collar of the
5,
6.
20 lb LP gas fuel tank to secure.
For easy installation, the tank vapor withdrawal better face right
side.
Do not lean over the tank. Always keep the cylinder on upright
orientation to provide vapor withdrawal. (See picture 8)
Hose Holder(supplied): (see picture 6.)
Drill two M6 holes to fix the hose holder on the wall. The height of the hose
holder should be same as the gas tank valve, When fixing the hose on the
wall, make sure the hose assembly is long enough to connect the regulator
to the cylinder when the cylinder stays out of the enclosure. ( fix the hose
position 7 inch from the regulator).
Picture 7
Picture 8
Note: If you want to use NG supplier to this grill, please refere to
page 12, NG gas converson.
Picture 5
Picture 6
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Grill INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Unpack Grill
WARNING
Excessive Weight Hazard
Use two or more people to move and install grill.
Failure to do so can result in back or other injury.
Unpack Grill
1.
2.
Remove all packaging materials and remove grill from the
shipping base.
Move grill close to desired outdoor location.
3.
Open the grill hood.
4.
5.
6.
Check all the parts are well packaged and kept in the right place, then
remove foam block and wrap from inside the box.
Replace the flame tamers, grill grates and warming rack.
Place all the parts to the correct location as picture. below
7. Use 3pcs M5X10 screws to lock both left and right trims to the firebox
sides separately as pic. below
Install Grill
NOTE: The grill drops into the enclosure and is supported by its side
flanges. Do not use a bottom support.
1. Place grill into outdoor enclosure, leave enough room in the back to
connect to the gas supply.
2. Before connecting to the Hose Assembly, please install the connecting
rigid pipe, semi-rigid tubing ( see the requirement of page 9: LP gas
Connecting system).
3.Connect the regid pipe or semi-regid tubing to the LP regulator/Hose
assembly. make sure the LP regulator/Hose assemble is under the grill not
being pressed by the grill.
4. Check that the LP gas pressure regulator/hose assembly is not pinched
or kinked and positioned in the encloser that the Gas tank stays.
5. Where the connector or tubing passes through openings in cabinets, or
openings in the built-in enclosure, protecting the tubing or connector as
it passes through openings in a compartment in the built-in enclosure.
6. supporting the piping, flexible tubing, or gas connector within the built-in
enclosure and ensure the visibility of the connector through a door
opening or a window opening in the enclosure.
To Connect the 20 lb LP Gas Fuel Tank:
1.
Check that the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank is in the “Off” position. If
not, turn the valve clockwise until it stops.
2.
Check that the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank valve has the proper
type-1 external male thread connections per ANSI Z21.81.
3.
Check that the burner control knobs are in the “Off” position.
4.
Remove any debris and inspect the valve connections, port,
and gas pressure regulator/hose assembly for damage.
5.
Using your hand, turn the gas pressure regulator/hose
assembly clockwise to connect to the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank
as shown. Hand tighten only. Use of a wrench could damage the
quick coupling nut.
8. Using 4pcs M5X10 screws to lock the back trim to the back side of
firebox as pic. below
A. Gas pressure regulator/hose assembly
B. 20 lb LP gas fuel tank
6.
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Open the tank valve fully by turning the valve counterclockwise. Wait
a few minutes for gas to move through the gas line.
Gas Leakage Testing
After install the gas supply system, and the Gill is well fixed to the enclosure:
1,
Before lighting the grill, test all connections by brushing on an
approved non-corrosive leak-detection solution. Bubbles will
show a leak.
2.
If a leak is found, turn the tank valve off and do not use the
grill. Contact a qualified gas technician to make repairs.
Install The Battery
1.
The igniter battery is not factory installed. A “AA” size alkaline
battery is located in the accessory box on the grill grate.
Install battery at this time following the instructions in
“Replacing the Igniter Battery” section.
2.
After above procedure then go to “Check and Adjust the Burners”
section.
Check and Adjust the Burners(See page 15)
Grill Use( See page 16,17)
Disconnecting The Grill.
Disconnect 20 lb LP gas fuel tank (if present) and remove the 20 lb LP gas
fuel tank from the grill cabinet.
1. check that the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank is in the “Off” position. If not, turn
the valve clockwise until it stops.
2. Using your hand, turn the gas pressure regulator/hose assembly
counter- clockwise to disconnect to the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank.
Warning:
Storage of an outdoor cooking gas appliance indoors is permissible only if
the cylinder is disconnected and removed from the outdoor cooking gas
appliance.
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NG GAS CONVERSIONS
Natural gas adapter, hose and regulator are not included in this grill.
Instruction and pictures are for illustration only in case needed.
STEP THREE: Change Grill Main Burner Valve Orifices
IMPORTANT: The Natural gas Conversion Kit supplied with this grill must be
1.
Remove the grates and flame tamers.
used. If you want to convert to local NG gas supply, contact your local gas
2.
Remove the 1 screw that hold the burner in place. Set the
screws aside. Remove the burner from the grill by lifting the
burner out.
company for specific instructions. Conversion must be installed by a qualified
gas technician. The LP unit can be converted to used NG by NG conversion
kit, the NG conversion kit Model is740-3003BI Conversion Kit . Please
contact:
(888) 909-8818 to purchase this conversion kit.
Natural Gas requirements:
Operating pressure: 4” (10.2 cm) WCP
Inlet (supply) pressure: 7” to 14” (17.8 cm to 35.5 cm) WCP
maximum. Contact local gas supplier if you are not sure about the inlet
(supply) pressure.
This installation must conform with local codes and ordinances. In the
absence of local codes, installations must conform with either the National
Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 - latest edition, or CAN/CGA-B149.1 Natural
Gas and Propane installation code. Copies of the standards listed above
may be obtained from:
1.
CSA International,8501 East Pleasant Valley Rd. Cleveland, Ohio
44131-5575
2.
National Fire Protection Association One Battery march Park Quincy,
Massachusetts 02269
The procedure of the NG conversion:
Remove the main burner screw
3.
Use a 6 mm socket and wrench or 6 mm nut driver to remove
the brass orifice from the end of gas valve. And place the NG orifice
the main burner orifice is 1.51mm (NG part1).
STEP ONE: Disconnect the LP gas supply system:
1.
2.
3.
Turn off all burner control valves.
Clockwise turn off the main gas supply valve.
Disconnect 20 lb LP gas fuel tank (if present) and remove the
20 lb LP gas fuel tank from the grill cabinet.
Take off the LP regulator from the grill by wrench. As below pic.
Disconnect the rigid pipe or semi-rigid tubing or connector which
previous connect to manifold
4.
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STEP TWO: Open the conversion kit:
Model No.: 740-3003BI Conversion Kit
Part No.
Description
A: install the main burn orifice( NG part 1)
Quantity
NG part 1
NG Orifice, Main Burner:
(¢1.32mm)
4 pcs
NG part 2
NG Orifice for Rotisserie Burner
(¢1.40mm)
1 pc
NG part 3
NG regulator(GR120N)
1 pc
10ft NG hose with 2 connectors
NG part 4
1 pc
(purchased by user locally)
NG Part 5
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NG Rating Labe
1 pc
4.
Reinsert the burner and reattach using the screw
previously removed. Repeat the procedure for each main
burner.
IMPORTANT: Check that the burner is properly installed
inside of the gas valve.
5.
Position the igniters so they are ¼” (6.0 mm) away from each
burner.
STEP FOUR: Change the Rotisserie/Infrared Burner Orifice
STEP FIVE: Connecting the NG hose
1.
IMPORTANT: The supply line shall be equipped with an approved
shutoff valve. This valve should be located in the same area as the grill
and should be in a location that allows ease of opening and closing. Do
not block access to the shutoff valve. The valve is for turning on or
shutting off gas to the grill.
Using a Phillips screw driver, remove the 3 screws and
remove the rotisserie/infrared burner wind baffle.
1.
Remove the wind baffle
2.
Use wrench remove the nut on the orifice base.
Connect the 6 inch NG regulator kit hose that come with the NG
regulator(NG part3) to the grill(picture 1). Check that the Natural gas
pressure regulator is positioned in the encloser that the LP gas tank
stays and make sure it is not pinched or kinked.
2. Connect the brass connector of the 10 ft (3.0 m) PVC flexible gas
supply hose (NG part 4) to the Natural gas pressure regulator.
NOTE: the 10 ft(3.0m) PVC flexible gas supply hose design-certified by
CSA must be used. Pipe-joint quick connector suitable for Nature gas
must be use. Do not use Teflon tape.
3. Install the QDD to the NG supply pipe by a qualified gas technician.
4 Connect the the 10 ft (3.0 m) PVC flexible gas supply hose to the rigid
Natural gas supply pipe(picture 2)
Warning: NG Conversion must be installed by a qualified gas
technician.
3.
Remove LP orifice, then install the Rotisserie Burner NG Orifice
(NG part 2), (¢1.68mm) .
Picture 1
A
B
C
A: NG Orifice for Rotisserie Burner( NG part 2)
B: LP orifice
4.
IMPORTANT: Check that the orifice is properly installed the put on
the base nut and install the wind baffle.
A
B
Picture 2
A. 10 ft hose (NG part 4)
B. Quick connector (together with Ng part 4)
C. NG regulator(NG part 3)
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STEP SIX: Leakage Checking and adjusting
1.
Open the manual shutoff valve in the gas supply line. The
valve is open when the handle is parallel to the gas pipe.
2.
Test all connections by brushing on an approved noncorrosive
leak-detection solution. Bubbles will show a leak. If a leak is found,
turn the NG gas valve off and do not use the grill. Contact a qualified
gas technician to make repairs.
Warning:
The outdoor cooking gas appliance and its individual shutoff valve must
be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any
pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 0.5 psi
(3.5 kPa).
The outdoor cooking gas appliance must be isolated from the gas
supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve
during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test
pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
3.
The igniter battery is not factory installed. A “AA” size alkaline
battery is located in the accessory box on the grill grate.
Install battery at this time following the instructions in
“Replacing the Igniter Battery” section.
4.
The Ng regulator is adjusted by manufacture, no need to make any
adjustment.
5.
6.
Check and Adjust the Burners(See page 15).
Remove the CSA LP lable in the door and put on the CSA NG lable.
(Part 5 in the NG conversion kit)
Record Conversion:
The model/serial number plate is located on the right-hand side of the
grill. With a permanent marker, check the box next to “Natural gas” and
mark through “LP.” In the last page of the Use and Care Guide, write
“Converted to Natural Gas.” Also record the conversion date and the
technician/company that performed the conversion. NOTE: keep with
package containing the literature.
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Check and Adjust the Burners
The burners are tested and factory-set for most efficient
operation. However, variations in gas supply and other conditions
may make minor adjustments to air shutter or low flame setting
necessary. If Chang LP gas to NG, please adjust the burners.
It is recommended that a qualified person make burner
adjustments.
NOTE: The rotisserie burner cannot be adjusted.
Checking and adjusting the grill burner flames requires removing
the grates and flame tamers.
Burner Flame Characteristics
The flames of the grill burners and side burners (on some models)
should be blue and stable with no excessive noise or lifting (LP
gas flames will have a slightly yellow tip). A yellow flame indicates
not enough air. If flame is noisy or lifts away from the burner, there
is too much air. Some yellow tips on flames when the burner is
set to HI setting are acceptable as long as no carbon or soot
deposits appear. The flames should be approximately 1” (2.5 cm)
high.
1” (2.5 cm)
Check that burners are not blocked by dirt, debris, insect nests,
etc., and clean as necessary. If they are clean, adjust air shutters
as needed.
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OUTDOOR GRILL USE
The grill you have purchased may have some or all of the features listed. The locations and appearances of the features shown here may not match those of
your model.
Control Panel
OFF
LO
A
LO
B
C
GI NTI E
HI
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/H
GI NTI E
LO
A. electric ignition control knob
B. Left grill burner control knob
C. left center grill burner control knob
OFF
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/H
GI NTI E
GI NTI E
N TE
I
IG
OFF
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/H
I
/H
I G N IT E/
OFF
OFF
I
/H
LO
D
LO
E
F
D. Right center grill burner control knob
E. Rotisserie burner control knob
F. Right grill burner control knob
Using Your Outdoor Grill
WARNING
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
Explosion Hazard
Do not store fuel tank in a garage or indoors.
Do not store grill with fuel tank in a garage or indoors.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
explosion, or fire.
Inspect the LP Gas Fuel Tank Supply Hose/NG gas supply
hose.
Inspect the gas pressure regulator/hose assembly or NG regulator/hose
assemble before each
use.
If it is evident there is excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut, it must
be replaced prior to the outdoor cooking gas appliance being put into
WARNING
operation. The replacement hose assembly shall be that specified by the
manufacturer.
A
A
Fire Hazard
Do not use grill near combustible materials.
Do not store combustible materials near grill.
Doing so can result in death or fire.
A. Gas pressure regulator/hose assembly
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Prepare the Gas Supply
1.
2.
Manually Lighting the Main Grill
Open the hood completely. Do not light burners with the hood
closed.
1.
Do not lean over the grill.
2.
Remove the manual lighting extension (see following
illustration) and attach a match to the split ring.
3.
4.
Strike the match to light it.
Guide the lit match under the grill grate.
Make sure control knobs are turned to OFF. The drip tray
must be in place and pushed all the way to the
back.
A
A. Drip tray
Turn the Gas Supply On
1.
For outdoor grills using a 20 lb LP gas fuel tank:
Slowly open the tank valve.
NOTE: If flow limiting device activates, your grill may not
light. If your grill does light, the flames will be low and will not
heat properly. Turn tank valve and all control knobs off and
wait 30 seconds. After shutting off the tank, very slowly open
tank valve and wait 5 seconds before lighting.
2.
For outdoor grills using natural gas supply source
Open the manual shutoff valve in the gas supply line. The
valve is open when the handle is parallel to the gas pipe.
5.
Push the pulse ignitor module, push in and turn the burner knob to
IGNITE/HI for the burner
closest to the lit match. The burner will light immediately.
When burner is lit, turn knob to desired setting.
A
B
A. Closed valve
B. Open valve
Lighting the Main Grill
IMPORTANT: If burner does not light immediately, turn the
burner knob to OFF and wait 5 minutes before relighting.
1.
Do not lean over the grill.
2.
Select the burner you want to light. Push the pulse ignitor module
and Push in and turn the grill burner control knob to IGNITE/HI, while
continuing to hold it in.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 for each main burner.
7. Remove match and replace manual lighting extension on the
right side panel.
IMPORTANT:
If burner does not light immediately, turn the burner knob to OFF
and wait 5 minutes before relighting.
If any burners do not light after attempting to light them manually,
contact the Customer Service Center. See the “Assistance”
section.
Warning (After use):
Storage of an outdoor cooking gas appliance indoors is permissible only if
the cylinder is disconnected and removed from the outdoor cooking gas
appliance. Or the NG supply is disconnected by removing the 10 FT hose.
3. You will hear the “snapping” sound of the spark. When burner
is lit, release the knob. Turn knob to desired setting.
4. Repeat for each of the other burners as needed.
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Using Your Rotisserie Burner
To avoid damage to the warming rack, remove from grill when
using the rotisserie burner.
5. Push the pulse ignitor module and push in and turn the control knob to
IGNITE/ON. Hold this
knob in for 15 seconds after the burner is lit. You will hear the
“snapping” sound of the spark until after the knob is released.
Do not use the main burners when the rotisserie burner is in use.
Lighting the Rotisserie Burner
1.
Do not lean over the grill.
2.
Push the pulse ignitor module. Push and turn Rear Burner knob slowly
to IGNITE/HI. You will hear the “snapping” sound of the spark.
.
IMPORTANT: If the rotisserie burner does not light
immediately, turn the rotisserie burner control knob to OFF
and wait 5 minutes before relighting.
6. Remove the match and replace the manual lighting extension
inside the cabinet door.
3.
When the rotisserie burner lights, continue to hold the knob in
for another 15 seconds, then release the knob and burner will
stay lit. You will hear the “snapping” sound of the spark until
the knob is released.
IMPORTANT: If the rotisserie burner does not light immediately,
turn the burner knob to OFF and wait 5 minutes before relighting.
4. Please note that: rotisserie burner has high setting only.
Manually Lighting the Rotisserie Burner
1.
2.
3.
4.
Do not lean over the grill.
Remove the manual lighting extension (see following
illustration) and attach a match to the split ring.
Strike the match to light it.
Gently hold the lit match close to the rotisserie burner
A
A. Lighting extension
. Rotisserie burner
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WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
ROTISSERIE CHART
■
Shorten the preheat time when grilling high-fat cuts of meat
or poultry, such as chicken thighs. This will help reduce
flare-ups.
■
Lightly oil the grill grates or the food when cooking low-fat
cuts of meat, fish or poultry, such as lean hamburger patties,
shrimp or skinless chicken breasts.
■
Using too much oil can cause gray ash to deposit on food.
■
Trim excess fat from meats prior to cooking to reduce
flare-ups.
■
Make vertical cuts at 2” (5.0 cm) intervals around the fat edge
of meat to avoid curling.
■
Add seasoning or salt only after the cooking is finished.
Use a portable meat thermometer to check internal doneness of
the food.
Turn off rotisserie burner when meat thermometer reads 5°F/3°C
lower than desired internal temperature. Continue rotating, hood
closed, for 10 minutes before carving.
Timing is affected by weather conditions such as wind and
outside temperature.
Food
Weight
Internal
Doneness or
Temperature
(°F/°C)
Approximate
Grilling Time
(min/lb)
Medium-rare
(145°F/ 63°C)
Medium
(160°F/71°C)
15-20
During Grilling
Beef
Roasts
Rib Eye
Sirloin Tip
Rib, boneless
4-6 lbs
(1.5-2.2 kg)
20-25
Poultry
Chicken
Turkey, whole
3-6 lbs
(1.1-2.2 kg)
7-10 lbs
(2.6-3.7 kg)
Breast
(170°F/ 77°C)
Thigh
(180°F/82°C)
Breast
(170°F/77°C)
Thigh
(180°F/82°C)
25-30
■
Turn meat just when juices begin to appear on the surface.
■
Avoid puncturing or cutting the meats to test doneness. This
allows juices to escape.
■
It may be necessary to lower the heat setting for foods that
cook a long time or are marinated or basted in a sugary
sauce.
■
If using a high flame, add barbecue sauce only during the last
10 minutes of cooking to avoid burning the sauce.
■
The degree of doneness is influenced by the type of meat, cut
of meat (size, shape and thickness), heat setting selected,
and length of time on the grill.
■
Cooking time will be longer with an open grill cover.
11-20
11-20
4-7 lbs
(1.5-2.6 kg)
Medium
(160°F/71°C)
20-25
4-6 lbs
(1.5-2.2 kg)
Medium
(160°F/71°C)
20-23
Pork
Loin roast,
boneless
Turn foods only once. Juices are lost when meat is turned
several times.
25-30
Lamb
Boneless leg
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Cooking Methods
Cooking by direct heat means the food is placed on grill grates
TIPS FOR OUTDOOR GRILLING
WARNING
Food Poisoning Hazard
Do not let food sit for more than one hour before or
after cooking.
Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
Direct Heat
directly above lighted burners. Hood position can be up or down.
If hood is in the up position, total cooking times may be longer.
Direct heat sears the food. Searing is a process that seals natural
juices in food by cooking with intense heat for a short period of
time. While juices stay inside, the outside is browned with a
flavorful grilled coating.
Indirect Heat
For best results, do not select the indirect heat cooking method
when it is windy.
Cooking by indirect heat means the food is placed on the grill
grate above an unheated burner, allowing heat from lighted
burner(s) on either side to cook the food.
If possible, turn on 2 burners. Cook with the hood down. This will
shorten the cooking time.
Before Grilling
■
Thaw food items before grilling.
■
Preheat grill on high (use all grill burners) 10 minutes. The
hood must be closed during preheating. Preheating provides
the high heat needed to brown and seal the juices.
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Grilling Chart
■
Knobs have High, Medium and Low settings for flame
adjustment.
■
Heat settings indicated are approximate.
■
Grilling times are affected by weather conditions.
FOOD
■
When 2 temperatures are listed, for example: Medium to
Medium-Low, start with the first and adjust based on cooking
progress.
■
Cooking times may vary from chart times depending on the
type of fuel, Natural or LP gas.
COOKING METHOD/
BURNER SETTING
INTERNAL TEMP.
TIME
(total minutes)
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Hamburgers ½” (1.3 cm) to
¾” (1.9 cm) thick
DIRECT
Medium
Medium (160°F/71°C)
10-15
Grill, turning once.
Roasts
Rib Eye, Sirloin
INDIRECT
Medium/OFF/Medium
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C)
to Medium (160°F/71°C)
32-40 per lb
(15-18 per kg)
Tent with foil first 45-60 minutes
of cooking time.
Steaks, 1” (2.5 cm)
Porterhouse, Rib, T-bone,
Top Loin, Sirloin
DIRECT
Medium
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C)
to Medium (160°F/71°C)
11-16
Rotate steaks ¼ turn to create
criss-cross grill marks.
Steaks, 1½” (3.8 cm)
Porterhouse, Rib, T-bone,
Top Loin, Sirloin
DIRECT
Medium
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C)
to Medium (160°F/71°C)
18-25
Top Round or Shoulder/
Chuck (London Broil)
1½” (3.8 cm) thick
DIRECT
Medium
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C)
to Medium (160°F/71°C)
22-29
Flank, ½” (1.3 cm) thick
DIRECT
Medium
Med-Rare (145°F/63°C)
11-16
Chops,
1” (2.5 cm)
1½” (3.8 cm) thick
DIRECT
Medium to Med-Low
Medium (160°F/71°C)
12-22
30-40
Ribs
2½-4 lbs (0.9-1.5 kg)
INDIRECT
Med/OFF/Med
Medium (160°F/71°C)
40-60
Grill, turning occasionally.
During last few minutes brush
with barbecue sauce if desired.
When done, wrap in foil.
Roast, boneless tenderloin,
1 lb (0.37 kg)
DIRECT
Medium
Medium (160°F/71°C)
18-22
Turn during cooking to brown
on all sides.
Ham half,
8-10 lbs (3-3.7 kg)
INDIRECT
Med/OFF/Med
Reheat (140°F/60°C)
2-2½ hours
Wrap entire ham in foil and put
on grill without pan or drip pan.
Ham steak precooked,
½” (1.3 cm) thick
DIRECT
Preheat Medium
Grill Medium
Reheat (145°F/63°C)
7-10
Hot Dogs
DIRECT
Medium
Reheat (145°F/63°C)
5-10
Slit skin if desired.
Breast, boneless
DIRECT
Medium
170°F/77°C
15-22
For even cooking, pound breast
to ¾” (2.0 cm) thick.
Pieces, 2-3 lbs (0.751.1 kg)
DIRECT
Med-Low to Medium
Breast 170°F/77°C
Thigh 180°F/82°C
1” (2.5 cm) thick
DIRECT
Medium
Med-rare (145°F/63°C)
to Medium (160°F/71°C)
10-20
1½” (3.8 cm) thick
DIRECT
Medium
Med-rare (145°F/63°C)
to Medium (160°F/71°C)
16-20
Beef
Pork
Chicken
Start bone side down.
Lamb
Chops and Steaks,
Loin, Rib, Sirloin
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FOOD
COOKING METHOD/
BURNER SETTING
INTERNAL TEMP.
TIME
(total minutes)
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Grill, turning once. Brush grill
with oil to keep fish from
sticking. Remove when inside is
opaque and flaky with skin
easily removed.
Fish and Seafood
Fillets, Steaks, Chunks
Halibut, Salmon,
Swordfish, 8 oz (0.25 kg)
DIRECT
Medium
4-6 per
½” (1.3 cm)
thickness of fish
Whole, Catfish, Rainbow
Trout, 8-11 oz (0.250.34 kg)
DIRECT
High
5-7 per side
Shellfish, Scallops, Shrimp
DIRECT
Medium
4-8
Turkey
Whole breast (bone-in)
INDIRECT
HI/OFF/HI
170°F/77°C
14-18 per lb
(7-8 per kg)
Tent with foil until last
30 minutes of cooking time.
Half breast (bone-in)
INDIRECT
Medium/OFF/Medium
170°F/77°C
25-30 per lb
(11-14 per kg)
Start skin side down.
Whole,
7-12 lbs (2.6-5.4 kg)
INDIRECT
HI/OFF/HI
Breast 170°F/77°C
Thigh 180°F/82°C
11-16 per lb
(5-7 per kg)
Less than 11 lbs (5.0 kg)
Fresh Vegetables
Corn on the cob
DIRECT
Medium
20-25
Soak in cold water 20 minutes.
Do not husk. Shake off excess
water.
Eggplant
DIRECT
Medium
7-10
Wash and cut into ½” (1.3 cm)
slices or lengthwise. Brush with
olive oil.
Onion,
½” (1.3 cm) thick
DIRECT
Medium
8-20
Grill, turning once. Brush with
olive oil. Put a skewer through
several slices to hold together.
Potatoes,
Sweet, whole
DIRECT
Medium
40-70
Individually wrap in heavy-duty
foil. Grill, rotating occasionally.
Baking, whole
DIRECT
High
45-90
Peppers,
Roasted
DIRECT
High
15-22
Wash and place on grill whole.
Char skin all around. Cool in a
paper bag or plastic wrap to
loosen blackened skin. Peel
and remove seeds.
Squash,
Summer, Zucchini
DIRECT
Medium
7-10
Wash and cut into ½” (1.3 cm)
slices or lengthwise. Brush with
olive oil.
Garlic
Roasted
DIRECT
Medium
20-25
Cut off top, drizzle with olive oil
and wrap in double layer of foil.
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OUTDOOR GRILL CARE
GRILL GRATES
Replacing the Igniter Battery
If igniters stop sparking, the battery should be replaced.
1.
Unscrew igniter button cap counterclockwise to remove.
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to grill grates, do not use a steel
or fiber scraper. Immediately after you are finished cooking,
loosen food soil with a brass bristle brush. Turn all burners to HI
for 10-15 minutes with the hood closed to burn off food soil. Turn
off all burners, raise the hood and let grates cool. Use the brass
bristle brush to remove ash from the grill grates.
When completely cool, grill racks can be removed for thorough
cleaning. Clean them with a mild detergent and warm water.
For baked-on soil, prepare a solution of 1 cup (250 ml) ammonia
to 1 gal. (3.75 L) water. Soak grates for 20 minutes, then rinse
with water and dry completely.
B
A. Igniter push button
B. “AA” size battery
2.
Remove battery from the battery compartment.
3.
Replace with a new alkaline “AA” size battery. Install battery
with negative end in first.
4.
Screw igniter button cap clockwise into place.
WARMING RACK
Cleaning Method:
■
Liquid detergent or an all-purpose cleaner.
■
Rinse with clean water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth.
■
For tough spots or baked-on grease, use a commercial
degreaser designed for stainless steel.
General Cleaning
IMPORTANT: Before cleaning, make sure all controls are off and
the grill is cool. Always follow label instructions on cleaning
products.
For routine cleaning, wash with soap and water using a soft cloth
or sponge. Rinse with clean water and dry at once with a soft,
lint-free cloth to avoid spots and streaks.
Do not use steel wool to clean the grill, as it will scratch the
surface.
IMPORTANT: Make sure gas supply is off and all control knobs
are in the Off position.
EXTERIOR
The quality of this material resists most stains and pitting,
providing that the surface is kept clean, polished and covered.
■
Apply stainless steel polish to all non-cooking areas before
first use. Reapply after each cleaning to avoid permanent
damage to surface.
■
Cleaning should always be followed by rinsing with clean
warm water.
■
Wipe the surface completely dry with a soft cloth.
■
For tough spots or baked-on grease, use a commercial
degreaser designed for stainless steel.
To avoid weather damage to finish, use vinyl grill cover. See
“Assistance” section to order.
STAINLESS STEEL
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to stainless steel surfaces, do not
use soap-filled scouring pads, abrasive cleaners, cooktop
polishing creme, steel wool, gritty wash cloths or paper towels.
Cleaners should not contain chlorine. Damage may occur.
Food spills should be cleaned as soon as entire grill is cool. Spills
may cause permanent discoloration.
INTERIOR
■
Rub in direction of grain to avoid scratching or damaging the
surface.
Discoloration of stainless steel on these parts is to be expected,
due to intense heat from the burners. Always rub in the direction
of the grain. Cleaning should always be followed by rinsing with
clean, warm water.
■
Stainless steel cleaner
Cleaning Method:
■
Liquid detergent or all-purpose cleaner:
■
Rinse with clean water and dry with soft, lint-free cloth.
■
Vinegar to remove hard water spots.
■
Glass cleaner to remove fingerprints.
Cleaning Method:
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■
Liquid detergent or all-purpose cleaner.
■
Rinse with clean water and dry completely with a soft, lintfree cloth.
■
A heavy-duty scrub sponge can be used with mild cleaning
products.
■
For small, difficult-to-clean areas, use a commercial
degreaser designed for stainless steel.
BURNERS
ROTISSIERE BURNER
Cleaning Method:
Cleaning Method:
■
Clean the exterior of the burner with a wire brush.
1.
■
Clear any clogged burner ports with a straightened paper
clip.
2.
Close the grill hood.
Do not use a toothpick as it may break off and clog the port.
3.
Leave the burner on high for approximately 30 minutes.
4.
Turn knob to OFF and let cool completely.
5.
Brush off ash particles from the rotisserie burner.
■
■
Check and clean burner/venturi tubes.
1.
2.
Remove grill grates and flame tamers.
Remove the 2 screws that hold the burner in place.
Remove gas burner from the grill.
Light the rotisserie burner. See the “Using Your Rotisserie
Burner” section.
DRIP TRAY
IMPORTANT: The drip tray should only be removed when grill is
completely cool.
A
The full-width drip tray collects grease and food particles that fall
through the grill. Clean often to avoid grease buildup.
Cleaning Method:
■
Remove tray and set on a flat surface.
■
Wipe excess grease with paper towels.
■
Mild detergent and warm water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
■
Replace tray.
A. 2 screws
3.
4.
Use a flashlight to inspect into the burner through the
burner inlet to ensure there is no blockage. If any
obstruction is seen, use a metal coat hanger that has
been straightened to clear them.
After inspecting the inside of burner for blockage,
reassemble burner by sliding the middle tube of the gas
burner over the gas orifice.
A
KNOBS AND FLANGE AREA AROUND KNOBS
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to knobs or flange area around
knobs, do not use steel wool, abrasive cleaners, or oven cleaner.
Do not soak knobs.
Cleaning Method:
■
Mild detergent, a soft cloth and warm water.
■
Rinse and dry.
CONTROL PANEL GRAPHICS
IMPORTANT: To avoid damage to control panel graphics, do not
use steel wool, abrasive cleaners or oven cleaner.
Do not spray cleaner directly onto panel.
Cleaning Method:
A. Burner/orifice connection
5.
Reattach gas burner using 2 screws.
■
Clean around the burner labels gently; scrubbing may remove
printing.
■
Mild detergent, soft cloth and warm water.
■
Rinse and dry.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Excessive flare-ups
■
Grill will not light
■
Is the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank valve turned off?
Turn the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank on.
■
Is the grill properly connected to the gas supply?
Contact a trained repair specialist or see Installation
Instructions.
■
Is there gas in the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank?
Check the gas level.
Is the igniter working?
Check that the igniter battery is properly installed or check to
see if the battery needs to be replaced. See the “Replacing
the Igniter Battery” section.
■
Check to see if the grill will match-light. See “Manually
Lighting the Main Grill” in the “Outdoor Grill Use” section.
Check for loose wire connections to the igniter or electrodes.
Check to see if debris is blocking the electrodes.
If a spark occurs anywhere but the igniter tip, replace the
igniter.
Burner flame will not stay lit
■
Is the gas supply fully turned on?
Check that the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank valve is fully open.
■
Is the gas supply in the 20 lb LP fuel gas tank low?
Check the gas level.
■
Is the burner properly installed and in good condition?
Check that the burner is installed properly. Check for defects
in the burner.
Flame is noisy, low or erratic
Is there excessive fat in the food being grilled?
Keep flame on low or turn one burner off.
Keep the hood up when grilling to avoid excessive flare-ups.
Move food to the warming rack until flames subside.
To avoid damage to the grill, do not spray water on gas
flames.
Low heat
LP Gas:
For outdoor grills using a 20 lb LP gas fuel tank, slowly open the
tank valve.
NOTE: If flow limiting device activates, your grill may not light. If
your grill does light, the flames will be low and will not heat
properly.
1.
Turn tank valve and all control knobs off and wait 30 seconds.
2.
After shutting off the tank, very slowly open the tank valve
and wait 5 seconds before lighting.
3.
Light the burners one at a time. See “Lighting the Main Grill”
section.
Natural Gas:
Gas pressure is affected by size and length of the gas line from
the house to the grill. Contact a qualified gas technician to
provide the Natural gas supply to the selected grill location in
accordance with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1/
NFPA54 - latest edition, and local codes.
ASSISTANCE
Before calling for assistance, please check “Troubleshooting.” If
you still need help, follow the instructions below.
When calling, please know the purchase date and the complete
model and serial number of your appliance. This information will
help us to better respond to your request.
■
Is the gas supply fully turned on?
Check that the 20 lb LP gas fuel tank valve is fully open.
If you need replacement parts
■
Is the gas supply in the 20 lb LP fuel gas tank low?
Check the gas level.
If you have questions or need to order replacement parts, contact
Customer Service Center at1-888-909-8818.
■
Does only one burner appear low?
Check and clean the burner ports if clogged or dirty. See
“General Cleaning” section.
Please direct all correspondence to:
■
Is the gas supply hose bent or kinked?
Straighten the gas supply hose.
CA91745
■
Is the flame noisy or lifting away from the burner?
Burner may be getting too much air. Check the air shutter
adjustment, see “Check and Adjust Burners” section.
■
Is the burner flame mostly yellow or orange?
Grill may be in an area that is too windy, or not receiving
enough air. Check the burner air inlets for obstructions.
Check the air shutter adjustment, see “Check and Adjust
Burners” section.
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17018 Evergreen place,
City of Industry ,
Please include a daytime phone number in your correspondence.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
15
16
17
18
13
14
21
20
19
22
23
24
30
31
29
28
27
26
25
32
33
34
41
39
38
37
36
35
40
40
25
Part
Number
Part (description)
Quantity
Part
Number
Part (description)
Quantity
01
Temperature gauge
1
29
Valve heat shield
1
02
DURO Logo
1
30
Control panel
1
31
Main burner bezel
4
03
Main lid
1
32
Access door frame
1
04
Main lid hinge bolt
2
33
Main lid inner
1
05
06
Main lid handle seat with
heat insulating spacer,
left and right
2
07
Main lid handle tube
1
08
Warming rack
1
09
Cooking grate with hole
2
10
Rotisserie kit
1
11
Flame tamer
4
12
Main burner
4
13
Firebox heat shield
1
14
Top side panel trim piece, left
1
15
Grill cover
1
16
Rotisserie burne r
1
17
Rear baffle
1
18
Rotisserie burner collector
1
19
19
Rotisserie Motor
Blank
1
20
20
blank
Rotisserie Motor bracket
1
21
Thermocouple
1
22
Rotisserie burner ignition
1
23
Top side panel trim piece,
right
1
24
Firebox
1
25
Regulator,LP
1
26
Grease tray
1
27
Main burner ignition
4
28
Main gas valve group
1
26
Magnet
2
34
Hinge
2
35
Access door
1
36
Main burner knob
4
37
Rear burner knob
1
38
Rear burner bezel
1
39
Electric ignite module
1
40
Lighting Rod
1
LIMITED WARRANTY
DURO warrants to the original consumer-purchaser only that this product (Model #740-3003-BI) shall be free from defects in
workmanship and materials after correct assembly and under normal and reasonable home use for the periods indicated below
beginning on the date of purchase. The manufacturer reserves the right to require photographic evidence of damage, or that defective
parts be returned, postage and or freight pre-paid by the consumer, for review and examination.
Stainless steel tube burners:
warranty against perforation.
1 year LlMlTED warranty against perforation; Other burners (Searing & rotisserie): 1 year LIMITED
Cooking grids: 1 Year LIMITED warranty; does not cover dropping, chipping, scratching, or surface damage.
Stainless steel parts: 1 Year LIMITED warranty against perforation; does not cover cosmetic issues like surface corrosion, scratches
and rust.
All other parts: 1 Year LIMITED warranty (Includes, but not limited to, valves, frame, housing, cart, control panel, igniter, regulator,
hoses); does not cover chipping, scratching, cracking surface corrosion, scratches or rust.
Upon consumer supplying proof of purchase as provided herein, Manufacturer will repair or replace the parts which are proven
defective during the applicable warranty period. Parts required to complete such repair or replacement shall be free of charge to you
except for shipping costs, as long as the purchaser is within the warranty period from the original date of purchase. The original
consumer-purchaser will be responsible for all shipping charges of parts replaced under the terms of this limited warranty. This limited
warranty is applicable in the United States only, is only available to the original owner of the product and is not transferable.
Manufacturer requires reasonable proof of your date of purchase. Therefore, you should retain your sales receipt and/or invoice. If the
unit was received as a gift, please ask the gift-giver to send in the receipt on your behalf, to the below address. Defective or missing
parts subject to this limited warranty will not be replaced without registration or proof of purchase. This limited warranty applies to the
functionality of the product ONLY and does not cover cosmetic issues such as scratches, dents, corrosions or discoloring by heat,
abrasive and chemical cleaners or any tools used in the assembly or installation of the appliance, surface rust, or the discoloration of
stainless steel surfaces. Surface rust, corrosion, or powder paint chipping on metal parts that does not affect the structural integrity of
the product is not considered a defect in workmanship or material and is not covered by this warranty. This limited warranty will not
reimburse you for the cost of any inconvenience, food, personal injury or property damage. If an original replacement part is not
available, a comparable replacement part will be sent. You will be responsible for all shipping charges of parts replaced under the terms
of this limited warranty.
ITEMS MANUFACTURER WILL NOT PAY FOR:
■
Service calls to your home.
■
Repairs when your product is used for other than normal, single-family household or residential use.
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Damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, lack of maintenance/cleaning, abuse, fire, flood, acts of God, improper
installation, and installation not in accordance with electrical or plumbing codes or use of products not approved by the
manufacturer.
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Any food loss due to product failures.
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Replacement parts or repair labor costs for units operated outside the United States or Canada.
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Pickup and delivery of your product.
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Postage fees or photo processing fees for photos sent in as documentation.
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Repairs to parts or systems resulting from unauthorized modifications made to the product.
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The removal and/or reinstallation of your product.
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Shipping cost, standard or expedited, for warranty/non warranty and replacement parts.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES; LIMITATION OF REMEDIES
Repair or replacement of defective parts is your exclusive remedy under the terms of this limited warranty. Manufacturer will not be
responsible for any consequential or incidental damages arising from the breach of either this limited warranty or any applicable implied
warranty, or for failure or damage resulting from acts of God, improper care and maintenance, grease fire, accident, alteration,
replacement of parts by anyone other than Manufacturer, misuse, transportation, commercial use, abuse, hostile environments
(inclement weather, acts of nature, animal tampering), improper installation or installation not in accordance with local codes or printed
manufacturer instructions.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE SOLE EXPRESS WARRANTY GIVEN BY THE MANUFACTURER. NO PRODUCT PERFORMANCE
SPECIFICATION OR DESCRIPTION WHEREVER APPEARING IS WARRANTED BY MANUFACTURER EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT SET
FORTH IN THlS LIMITED WARRANTY. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY PROTECTION ARISING UNDER THE LAWS OF ANY STATE,
INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE, IS HEREBY
LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
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Neither dealers nor the retail establishment selling this product has any authority to make any additional warranties or to promise
remedies in addition to or inconsistent with those stated above. Manufacturer’s maximum liability, in any event, shall not exceed the
documented purchase price of the product paid by the original consumer. This warranty only applies to units purchased from an
authorized retailer and or re-seller.
NOTE: Some states do not allow an exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so some of the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you; this limited warranty gives you specific legal rights as set for herein. You may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
If you wish to obtain performance of any obligation under this limited warranty, you should write to:
DURO CORPORATION
17018 Evergreen place,
City of Industry ,
CA91745
All consumer returns, parts orders, general questions, and troubleshooting assistance can be acquired by calling 1-(888)909-8818
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