4+1+1 Burner LP Gas Grill
4+1+1 Burner LP Gas Grill
Assembly Instructions
Model NO.: SRGG41115
FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY
PLEASE CONTACT 1-866-814-0585 FOR ASSISTANCE
DO NOT RETURN TO PLACE OF PURCHASE
OFFICE HOURS 9AM TO 5PM EST
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION ONE
Safety Instructions………………………4
Placement of the Grill……………………8
SECTION FOUR
Lighting Instructions……………………….38
Match Lighting the Rear Burner……….....39
Using the Side Burner……………………..41
SECTION TWO
SECTION FIVE
Care& Maintenance……………………….42
How to Replace Main Burner…………….43
How to Replace Light Bulb……………….44
Valve System Illustration....……………….45
Wire Connecting System Layout………...45
Exploded View......................................9
Part List/Hardware List........................10
Assembly Instructions..........................11
Gas Cylinder Placement……………….31
Install Battery of Igniter/
Light Switch Working Illustration……...32
SECTION SIX
Trouble Shooting…………………………..46
Limited Warranty…………………………..47
SECTION THREE
Gas Hook Up……………………………33
Leak Testing..…………………………...36
Installer Final Check/
Operating Instructions………………….37
Read this User Manual carefully and
completely before using your grill to reduce
the risk of fire, burn hazard or other injury.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
RECOGNIZED SAFETY SYMBOLS, WORDS AND LABELS
WARNING
DO NOT USE ALUMINUM FOIL TO LINE THE
Do not try lighting this appliance without first
GRILL RACKS OR GRILL BOTTOM.
reading the “LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS” section
This can severely upset combustion airflow or trap
excessive heat in the control area.
of this manual.
GAS INSTALLATION CODES
INSECT WARNING!!! Spiders and insects can nest
The installation must conform with local codes or, in
in the burners of this and any other grill, and cause
the absence of local codes, with the national fuel gas
the gas to flow improperly. This is a very dangerous
code, ANSIZ223.1/NFPA 54, natural gas and propane
condition, which can cause a fire to occur behind
installation code, CSA B149.1, or propane storage
and beneath the valve panel, thereby damaging the
and handling code, B149.2,or the Standard for
grill and making it unsafe to operate. Inspect the
grill for this at least twice a year.
Recreational Vehicles, ANSI A 119.2/NFPA 1192, and
CSA Z240 RV Series, Recreational Vehicle Code,as
applicable.
LP gas cylinder must be fitted with Overfill Protection Device (OPD).
WARNING:
a)
DO NOT store a spare LP/gas cylinder under or near this appliance.
b)
NEVER fill the cylinder beyond 80% full.
c) If the information in “a” and “b” is not followed exactly, a fire causing death or serious
injury may occur.
DO NOT LEAVE THE GRILL UNATTENDED
WHILE COOKING.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
RECOGNIZED SAFETY SYMBOLS, WORDS AND LABELS
WARNING: Always keep your face and body as far away from the burner as possible when lighting.
WARNING: IMPORTANT!
BEFORE LIGHTING…
Inspect the gas supply hose prior to turning the gas “ON”. If it is evident there is excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is
cut, it must be replaced prior to the grill being put into operation. The replacement pressure regulator and hose assembly
shall be that specified by the manufacturer. Do not use the grill if the odor of gas is present. Only the pressure regulator and
hose assembly supplied with the unit should be used. Never substitute regulators for those supplied with the grill.
If a replacement is necessary, contact the customer service number below for proper replacement.
Attach regulator onto the cylinder. Check the leaks in the hose and regulator connections using a soap and water solution
before operating the grill.
Keep a spray bottle of soap water near the gas supply
valve and check the connections before each use. See
leak testing section
Do not attempt to light the grill if odor of gas is present.
Call for customer service 1-866-814-0585
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
TESTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANS Z21.58-
DO NOT STORE ITEMS OF INTEREST TO
2007 / CSA 1.6-2007, ANS Z21.58a- 2008 /
CHILDREN AROUND OR BELOW THE GRILL OR IN
CSA1.6a-2008
THE CART. NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN TO CRAWL
STANDARD
FOR
OUTDOOR
INSIDE OF THE CART.
COOKING GAS APPLIANCES. THIS GRILL IS
FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY.
Never let clothing, pot holders or other flammable
Check your local building codes for the proper
materials come in contact with or too close to any
method of installation. In the absence of local
grate, burner or hot surface. Fabric may ignite and
codes, you must conform with either the National
result in personal injury.
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, or
CAN/CSA-B149.1,
Natural
Gas
and
For personal safety, wear proper apparel. Loose fitting
propane
garments should never be worn while using this appli-
Installation Code. Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
ance. Some synthetic fabrics are highly flammable and
should not be worn while cooking.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65-WARNING
The
burning
of
gas
fuel
generates
some
Only certain types of glass, heatproof glass
byproducts, which are known by the State of
ceramic, earthenware, or other glazed utensils are
California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. To
suitable for grill use. Un-tempered materials
minimize exposure to these substances, always
may break with sudden temperature changes.
operate this unit according to the use and care
manual, ensuring you provide good ventilation
Do not heat unopened food containers as a build-up
when cooking with gas.
of pressure may cause the container to burst.
Never lean over an open grill.
SAFETY PRACTICES TO AVOID
PERSONAL INJURY
The outdoor cooking gas appliance shall not be used
under overhead combustible construction.
When properly cared for, your grill will give safe,
reliable service for many years. However, extreme
care must be used since the grill produces intense
heat and that can increase accident potential. When
using this appliance basic safety practices must be
followed, including the following:
Do not repair or replace any part of the grill unless
specifically recommended in this manual. All other
service should be referred to a qualified technician.
This outdoor cooking gas appliance is not intended to
be installed in or boats.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using the grill, do not touch the grill rack,
Use only in well ventilated areas. Do not use in
burner grate or immediate surroundings as these
buildings, garages, sheds, breezeways or other such
areas become extremely hot and could cause
enclosed areas. THIS UNIT IS FOR OUTDOOR USE
burns. Use only dry potholders. Moist or damp
ONLY.
potholders on hot surfaces may cause burns from
steam. Do not use a towel or bulky cloth in place of
Keeps the area surrounding the grill free from
potholders. Do not let potholders touch hot portions
combustible materials, trash, or combustible fluids and
of the grill rack.
vapors such as gasoline or charcoal lighter fluid. Do not
obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air. If the
Grease is flammable. Let hot grease cool before
unit is stored indoors ensure that it is cool. If propane is
attempting to handle it. Avoid letting excess grease
used, the cylinder must be unhooked and the propane
deposits collect in the grease slide panel bottom at
cylinder stored outside in a well-ventilated area, out of
the bottom of the grill’s firebox. Clean this area
the reach of children.
often.
DO NOT USE BRIQUETTES OF ANY KIND IN THE
For proper lighting and performance of the burners
GRILL.
keep the burner ports clean. It is necessary to clean
them periodically for optimum performance. The
The grill is designed for optimum performance without
burners will only operate in one position and must
the use of briquettes. Do not place briquettes on the
be mounted correctly for safe operation.
flame tamers as this will block off the area for the grill
burners to vent. Adding briquettes can damage ignition
Clean the grill with caution. Avoid steam burns; do
components and knobs, and void the warranty.
not use a wet sponge or cloth to clean the grill while
it is hot. Some cleaners produce noxious fumes or
Keep the back of the cart free and clear from debris.
can ignite if applied to a hot surface.
Keep any electrical supply cord, or the rotisserie motor
Be sure all grill controls are turned off and the grill is
cord away from the heated areas of the grill.
cool before using any type of aerosol cleaner on or
around the grill. The chemical that produces the
Never use the grill in extremely windy conditions. If
spraying action could, in the presence of heat, ignite
located in a consistently windy area (oceanfront,
or cause metal parts to corrode.
mountaintop, etc.) a windbreak will be required.
Always adhere to the specified clearance.
Do not use the grill for cooking excessively fatty
meats or products, which promote flare-ups. Do not
NEVER USE A DENTED OR RUSTY PROPANE
operate the grill under combustible construction.
CYLINDER.
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PLACEMENT OF THE GRILL
MINIMUM CLEARANCE:
LOCATION
2’ Clearance from both sides of combustible
When determining a suitable location take into
material, and 3’ Clearance from the back.
account concerns such as exposure to wind,
proximity to traffic paths and keeping any gas supply
lines as short as possible. Locate the grill only in a
well-ventilated area. Never locate the grill in a
building, garage, breezeway, shed or other such
enclosed areas. During heavy use, the grill may
produce a lot of smoke. Lock the wheels after the grill
is placed in a suitable position.
!
ATTENTION
!
REMOVE ALL PARTS FROM THE CARTON; IDENTIFY PARTS AND HARDWARE TO
BE SURE ALL PARTS ARE INCLUDED. ASSEMBLY REQUIRED.
IDENTIFY MISSING OR DAMAGED PARTS, PLEASE CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE
1-866-814-0585
DO NOT RETURN TO RETAILER
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38
37
35
d View
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34
33
41
32
43
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25
28
40
27
42
44
31
45
26
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29
23
22
1
24
20
16
10
21
4
3
2
15
5
14
46
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18
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7
17
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6
13
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Exploded View
Part List
1.Warming rack
1pc
2.Wave cooking grate
1pc
3.Flame tamer
4pcs
4.Lid/fire box assembly
1pc
5.Grease tray
1pc
6.Insert panel
1pc
7.Right side burner rack
1pc
8.Right side burner
1pc
9.Right side shelf
1pc
10.Right side control panel
1pc
11.Right side shelf support
1pc
12.Light switch assembly
1pc
13.Igniter
1pc
14.Side burner valve assembly 1pc
15.Grounding wire a
1pc
16.Grounding wire b
1pc
17.Adaptor assembly
1pc
18.Right side drawer glider
3pcs
19.Cylinder locking bolt
1pc
20.Knob
1pc
21.Knob bezel
1pc
22.Wire clipper
3pcs
23.Trolley bottom panel
1pc
24.Fixed caster
25.Non-locking caster
26.Locking caster
27.Door magnet
28.Drawer front support
29.Trolley right panel
30.Drawer rear support
31.Trolley back panel
32.Trolley left panel
33.Right door
34.Drawer base assembly
35.Drawer front panel assembly
36.Trolley horizontal support
37.Left side shelf
38.Grease cup
39.Grease cup hanger
40.Rotisserie fork handle
41.Rotisserie fork assembly
42.Motor base
43.Rotisserie motor
44.Rotisserie light assembly
45.Bee line cooking grate
46.Regulator assembly
2pcs
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
3pcs
3pcs
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
1pc
2pcs
1pc
Hardware list
M6x14 bolts
14 pcs
M3x10 bolts
6 pcs
M6x35 bolts
4 pcs
M6x12 bolts
37 pcs
M5 nuts
7 pcs
M6x10 bolts
16 pcs
M4 nuts
2 pcs
M5x12 bolts
3 pcs
M3 nuts
6 pcs
AA/1.5v alkaline
Battery 1pc
10
D5 washers
6 pcs
M5x8 bolts
31 pcs
D4 washers
2 pcs
M4x10 bolts
8 pcs
Assembly Instructions
Step 1-1:
Install (27) door magnet to (23) trolley bottom panel with 2pcs M4x10 bolts.
M4x10 bolts 2pcs
27
23
Step 1-2:
Install (25) non-locking caster,(26) locking caster and two (24) fixed casters to (23)
trolley bottom panel with 16pcs M6x10 bolts.
M6x10 bolts 16pcs
23
24
26
25
Step 1-3:
Insert (19) cylinder locking bolt into (23) trolley bottom panel and screw it to tighten.
19
23
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Assembly Instructions
Step 2-1:
Install (32) trolley left panel to (23) trolley bottom panel with 2pcs M6x12 bolts each.
(Before tightening the bolts - ensure the side panel(32) is positioned as close as possible toward
the center of (23). See arrow.)
23
M6x12 bolts 2pcs
32
Step 2-2:
Install (31) trolley back panel and (29) right panel to (23) trolley bottom panel and side panels with
8pcs M6x12 bolts.
31
29
M6x12 bolts 8pcs
23
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Assembly Instructions
Step 3-1:
Insert the door pins of (33) right door into the holes of (36) trolley horizontal support and (23) trolley
bottom panel.
36
23
33
Step 3-2:
Door pins
Install (36) trolley horizontal support to (32) trolley left panel and (29) trolley right panel with 4pcs
M6x12 bolts and keep the bolts half loose.
32
36
M6x12 bolts 4pcs
29
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Assembly Instructions
Step 3-3:
Install (17) adaptor assembly to (31) trolley back panel with 4pcs M5x8 bolts and 4pcs M5 nuts.
31
M5 nuts 4pcs
M5x8 bolts 4pcs
17
Step 3-4:
Place the two top wires of the adaptor assembly into the wire clipper, install one (22) wire clipper to
(31) trolley back panel with 2pcs M3x10 bolts and 2pcs M3 nuts.
31
M3x10 bolts 2pcs
22
M3 nuts 2pcs
Adaptor plug to through the hole
in the trolley back panel
Step 3-5:
Install the grounding wire of adaptor assembly to (31) trolley back panel with 1pc M4x10 bolt ,
1pc M4 nut and 1pc D4 washer.
31
M4x10 bolt 1pc
D4 washer 1pc
M4 nut 1pc
14
Grounding wire
Assembly Instructions
Step3-6:
Remove the cap of (13) igniter and the hexagon nut, then lead the igniter from the inside of the trolley
through the hole in (29) trolley right panel, then screw on the hexagon nut and the cap of the igniter.
Note: battery’s installation and replacement on the page 32.
Hexagen nut
Igniter cap
Igniter
AA battery
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29
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Step 3-7:
Install (15) grounding wire A and (16) grounding wire B of (13) igniter to (29) trolley right panel
with 1pc M4x10 bolt,1pc M4 nut and 1pc D4 washer.
M4x10 bolt 1pc
M4 nut 1pc
D4 washer 1pc
15
16
29
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Assembly Instructions
Step4-1:
Install three (18) right side drawer gliders to (28) drawer front support and (30) drawer rear support
with 12pcs M6x12 bolts.
28
30
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Step 4-2:
Install (28) drawer front support and (30) drawer rear support to (23) trolley bottom panel, (31) trolley
back panel and (36) trolley horizontal support with 8pcs M6x12 bolts.
(Before you tighten the bolts - make sure the right side glider assembly is shifted towards the left side
panel)
M6x12 bolts 8pcs
31
23
36
30
28
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Assembly Instructions
Step 5-1:
Warning: All hoses and wires should be free and clear of the fire box prior to installing the
fire box onto the trolley assembly.
Carefully place (4) lid/fire box assembly onto assembled trolley body. Attach it to (29) trolley right
panel and (32) trolley left panel with 2pcs M6x14 bolts.
Note: This step should be done with multiple people and with extreme care.
4
M6x14 bolts 2pcs
32
29
Step 5-2:
Firmly tighten the 4pcs M6x12 bolts which connect (32) trolley left panel and (29) trolley right
panel and (31) trolley back panel (Refer to STEP 2-2); Firmly tighten the 4pcs M6x12 bolts
which connect (36) trolley horizontal support and (32) trolley left panel and (29) trolley right panel .
(Refer to STEP 3-2)
32
M6x12 bolts
29
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Assembly Instructions
Step 6-1
Install (35) drawer front panel assembly to all (34) drawer base assemblies with 6pcs M5x8
bolts each.
M5x8 bolts 6pcs
34
35
Step 6-2
a) Pull out the inner sliding track and make sure the silver track stop at the end (As illustrated).
b) Align drawer assembly's track with slide track. Insert assembled drawers into the sliding track.
Please note, the drawers will be very snug to ensure stability and function, so this may take
some effort.
Inner Sliding Track
Silver Track
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Assembly Instructions
Step 6-2:
c) If the drawers fail to install properly, the following steps will help to pull the drawer out of the
sliding track.
Pull out the drawer to the end, then UPLIFT the black button on the left track and PRESS DOWN
black button on the right track of the drawer at the same time, then pull the drawer out of the sliding
track. ( See the illustration as below)
UPLIFT
PRESS DOWN
Step 7-1:
Install (37) left side shelf to (32) trolley left panel with 6pcs M6x14 bolts and 2pcs M6x35 bolts.
Tip:half pre-install 4pcs M6x14 bolts first, then align these bolts to the holes on (37) left side shelf
and sit it onto the bolts.Tighten these bolts respectively.
37
M6x35 bolts 2pcs
32
M6x14 bolts 6pcs
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Assembly Instructions
Step 7-2:
Insert the metal hose into the main burner gas pipe and screw to tighten with a wrench.
Caution: Pay attention to metal hose positioning and tighten the hoses with a wrench.
WARNING: PERFORM A LEAK TEST WITH A SOAPY SOLUTION BEFORE USING.
PLEASE REFER TO “LEAK TESTING” SECTION OF THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
Tighten with wrench
37
Step 7-3:
Attach (39) grease cup hanger to (37) left side shelf, and place (38) grease cup on (39) grease
cup hanger.
37
39
39
38
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Assembly Instructions
Step 8-1:
Install (11) right side shelf support to (9) right side shelf with 3pcs M5x12 bolts.
11
M5x12 bolts 3pcs
9
Step 8-2:
Install (14) side burner valve assembly and (21) knob bezel to (10) right side control panel with
2pcs M4x10 bolts.
10
14
M4x10 bolts 2pcs
Step 8-3:
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Install (10) right side control panel to (9) right side shelf with 3pcs M6x12 bolts.
M6x12 bolts 3pcs
9
10
21
Assembly Instructions
Step 8-4:
Insert (8) right side burner into (9) right side shelf, making sure the burner covers the end of the (14)
side burner valve assembly. Fix the burner to the shelf with 2pcs M4x10 bolts.
8
14
9
8
M4x10 bolts 2pcs
8
Step 8-5:
Insert (7) right side burner rack to (9) right side shelf and insert (20) knob into the shaft of (14) side
burner valve assembly and press into position.
7
9
20
14
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Assembly Instructions
Step 9-1:
Install (9) right side shelf to (29) trolley right panel with 6pcs M6x14 bolts and 2pcs M6x35 bolts.
Tip:half pre-install 4pcs M6x14 bolts first, then align these bolts to the holes on (9) right side shelf and
sit it onto the bolts.Tighten these bolts respectively.
M6x35 bolts 2pcs
29
9
M6x14 bolts 6pcs
Step 9-2:
Insert the metal hose into the main burner gas pipe and screw to tighten with wrench and connect
the electrode wire of (14)side burner valve assembly to electrode.
WARNING:PERFORM A LEAK TEST WITH A SOAPY SOLUTION BEFORE USING.PLEASE
REFER TO “LEAK TESTING”SECTION OF THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
Pay attention to metal hose positioning. Hose should be sticking straight into the main burner gas pipe,
and not on any angle.
14
Tighten with wrench
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Assembly Instructions
Step 10-1:
Connect the red wires with pink tips from both the rotisserie light assembly and the light switch to the
(17) adaptor assembly. The two black wires should be connected to one-another.
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Light switch assembly
17
Light switch
assembly
Step 10-2:
Connect the black wire end of (17) adaptor assembly with the black wire end of light switch assembly.
17
17
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Light switch assembly
Assembly Instructions
Step 10-3:
Fix the wire of light switch assembly with 2pcs (22) wire clippers, 4pcs M3x10 bolts and 4pcs M3 nuts.
M3x10 bolts 2pcs
22
M3 nuts 2pcs
M3x10 bolts 2pcs
M3 Nuts 2pcs
Light switch assembly wire to the end
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Assembly Instructions
Step 10-4:
Connect the two white wires with black tips to the (13) igniter.
Note:Lead the back burner valve wire to move right along control panel to the igniter wire connecting
point. The wires are in difference sizes and so are the receivers on the igniter.
13
Step 10-5:
Connect back burner electrode wire with the other end of (13) igniter.
Note: Lead the back burner electrode wire to move along the grill body to the igniter wire connecting
point. Attach each wire to the corresponding-sized receiver.
13
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Assembly Instructions
STEP 11-1:
Install (42) motor base to (4) lid/fire box assembly with 3pcs M5x8 bolts and 3pcs M5 nuts.
42
4
M5 nuts 3pcs
M5x8 bolts 3pcs
STEP 11-2:
Slide (43) rotisserie motor onto (42) motor base into position.
42
43
43
42
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Assembly Instructions
STEP 11-3:
Install (6) insert panel to (4) lid/fire box assembly with 6pcs M5x8 bolts and 6pcs D5 washers.
D5 washers 6pcs
Insert panel
M5x8 bolts 6pcs
STEP 11-4:
Place four (3) flame tamers, two (45) bee line cooking grates, one (2) wave cooking grate, one
(1) warming rack and (5) grease tray into (4) lid/fire box assembly respectively.
1
2
4
5
45
3
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Assembly Instructions
STEP 11-5:
Install (40) rotisserie fork handle to (41) rotisserie fork assembly.
40
41
STEP 11-6:
Place one end of rotisserie assembly into (43) rotisserie motor and another end into (4) lid/fire
box assembly.
43
41
4
41
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GAS CYLINDER PLACEMENT
A. Place the gas cylinder into the trolley holder position (gas cylinder not included). Lock the cylinder
by turning (19) cylinder locking bolt at the bottom clockwise.
Cylinder
19
linder
Cylinder bottom
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GAS CYLINDER PLACEMENT
B. Check to ensure that the valve of gas cylinder is securely shut off prior to the connection. If not,
turn the valve clockwise to tighten it.
C. Connect regulator and hose assembly to the gas cylinder. Turn the connector clockwise to make
sure its securely tightened.
Regulator hose assembly
Gas cylinder
Shut off gas supply by rotating valve of gas cylinder clockwise
Attach regulator by rotating clockwise
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INSTALL BATTERY OF IGNITER
Note: the battery only ignites the back burner
1. Unscrew the cap of the igniter.
2. Put 1pc AA-1.5V battery into the igniter box, pay attention to the position of “+” and “-”.
3. Screw closed the cap of the igniter back.
Igniter
AA battery
Igniter nut
Igniter cap
The positive side is facing out
Light Switch Working Illustration
1. Open lid.
2. Press down the light switch from “-” to “0” positions to turn on the light
3. Press down the light switch from “0” to “-” position to turn off the light.
Note: the light switch will not work unless the power cord is plugged in to an outlet.
Iight switch
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GAS HOOK-UP
Only the pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied
Other cylinder may be acceptable for use with the
with the grill should be used. Any replacement pressure
appliance provided they are compatible with the appliance
regulator and hose assembly must be those specified by
retention means.
the grill manufacturer.
Main Manifold operating pressure: 11” water column
(W.C.)/2.74KPA
This is a liquid propane configured grill.
Do not attempt to use a natural gas supply.
LP Gas Cylinder must be fitted with Overfill Prevention
Device (OPD).
Total gas consumption (per hour) of this grill with all
burners on “MAX”:
Main Burner
Right Side Burner
Left Side Burner
Back burner
Total
LP Gas Cylinder must be provided with a cylinder
45,000 Btu/hr.
12,000 Btu/hr.
9,000 Btu/hr.
9,000 Btu/hr.
75,000 Btu/hr.
connection device compatible with the connection for
outdoor cooking appliances.
LP GAS HOOK-UP
The installation of this appliance in Canada must be in
Ensure that the black plastic grommets on the LP cylinder
accordance
valve are in place and that the hose does not come into
with
the
Standard
CAN/CSA-B149.2
contact with the grease tray or the grill head.
(installation code for gas burning appliances and
equipment) and local codes.
CONNECTION
LP GAS CYLINDER REQUIREMENTS
Your grill is equipped with gas supply orifices for use only
(20LB. CYLINDER)
with liquid propane gas. It is also equipped with a high
A dented or rusty LP Gas Cylinder may be hazardous and
capacity hose/regulator assembly for connection to a
should be checked by your LP supplier. Never use a
standard 20lb. LP cylinder (18-1/4” high,
cylinder with a damaged valve. The LP gas cylinder must
12-1/4”
diameter).
be constructed and marked in accordance with the
specifications for LP gas cylinders of the U.S. Department
TO CONNECT THE L.P. GAS SUPPLY CYLINDER
of Transportation (D.O.T) or the Standard for Cylinders,
1. Make sure cylinder valve is in its full off position (turn
Spheres and Tubes for Transportation of Dangerous
clockwise to stop).
Goods; and Commission, CAN/CSA-B339, as applicable.
2. Check cylinder valve to ensure it has proper external
male threads (type 1 connection per ANSIZ21.81).
The 20lb. cylinder must be provided with a shut off valve
3. Make sure all burner valves are in the off position.
terminating in an LP gas supply cylinder valve outlet
4. Inspect
specified, as applicable, for connection type QCC1 is the
valve
connections,
port
and
regulator
assembly. Look for any damage or debris. Remove
standard for compressed gas cylinder valve outlet and
any debris. Inspect hose for damage. Never attempt
inlet connection ANSI/CSA-V-1.
to use damaged or obstructed equipment. See your
local LP gas dealer for repair.
The cylinder supply system must be arranged for vapor
5. When connecting regulator assembly to the valve,
withdrawal. The cylinder must include a collar to protect
hand tighten the nut clockwise to a complete stop. Do
the cylinder valve.
not use a wrench to tighten. Use of a wrench may
damage the quick coupling nut and result in a
hazardous condition.
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GAS HOOK-UP
6
around the gas grill housing. This outdoor gas grill is not
Open the cylinder valve fully (counterclockwise).
intended to be installed in or on recreational vehicles
Use a soapy water solution to check all connections
and/or boats.
for leaks before attempting to light the grill. See
below. If a leak is found, turn the cylinder valve off
and do not use the grill until a local LP gas dealer
‡
Never connect an unregulated LP gas cylinder to your
gas grill. The gas regulator assembly supplied with
can make repairs.
your gas grill is adjusted to have an outlet pressure of
11” water column (W.C.)2.74KPA for connection to an
To disconnect LP gas cylinder:
LP gas cylinder.
1. Turn the burner valves off.
2. Turn the cylinder valve off fully (turn clockwise to
‡
those specified in this manual.
stop). Detach the regulator assembly from the
cylinder valve by turning the quick coupling nut
Replacement regulators and hose assemblies must be
‡
Have your LP gas cylinder filled by a reputable
propane gas dealer and visually inspected and
counterclockwise.
re-qualified at each filling.
A cylinder of approximately 12 inches in diameter by
‡
this appliance.
18-1/2 inches high is the maximum size LP gas cylinder
to use. You must use an OPD gas cylinder which offers an
Overfill Prevention Device.
‡
b) Never fill the cylinder beyond 80 percent full.
‡
c) If the information in a) and b) is not followed
exactly a fire causing death or serious injury may
This safety feature prevents the cylinder from being
occur.
overfilled which can cause malfunction of the LP gas
cylinder, regulator and/or grill. In Canada, the LP gas
cylinder must meet the National Standard of Canada,
‡
Always keep LP gas cylinders in an upright position.
‡
Do not store (or) or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this gas grill.
Can CSA –B339, Cylinders, spheres and Tubes for
Transportation of Dangerous Goods and Commission.
1. The LP gas cylinder must have a shutoff valve,
a ) Do not store a spare LP gas cylinder under or near
‡
Do not subject the LP gas cylinder to excessive heat.
‡
Never store an LP gas cylinder indoors. If you store
your gas grill in the garage or other indoor location,
terminating in an LP gas supply cylinder valve outlet
always disconnect the LP gas cylinder first and store it
that is compatible with a Type 1 cylinder connection
safely outside.
device. The LP gas cylinder must also have a safety
relief device that has a direct connection with the
vapor space of the cylinder.
2. The cylinder supply system must be arranged for
vapor withdraws.
3. The LP gas cylinder used must have a collar to protect
the cylinder valve.
‡
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
PROPER PLACEMENT AND CLEARANCE OF GRILL
cylinder valve. Other types of caps or plugs may result
Never use your gas grill in a garage, porch, shed,
in leakage of propane.
breezeway or any other enclosed area. Your gas grill is
to be used outdoors only, at least 3 feet from the back
‡
LP gas cylinders must be stored outdoors out of reach
of children.
and 2 feet from side of any combustible surface. Your
Disconnected LP gas cylinder must not be stored in a
gas grill should not be used under overhead combustible
building, garage or any other enclosed area.
construction. Do not obstruct the flow of ventilation air
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GAS HOOK-UP
‡
When your gas grill is not in use, the gas must
WARNING
be turned off at the supply cylinders. Storage
A strong gas smell or the hissing sound of gas
of an outdoor cooking gas appliance indoors
is
permissible
only
if
the
cylinder
indicates a serious problem with your gas grill or the
is
LP gas cylinder. Failure to immediately follow the
disconnected and removed from the outdoor
steps listed below could result in a fire or explosion
cooking gas appliance.
‡
‡
that could cause serious bodily injury, death, or
The pressure regulator and hose assembly
property damage.
must be inspected before each use of the grill.
‡
Shut off gas supply to the gas grill.
If there is excessive abrasion or wear or if the
‡
Turn the control knobs to OFF position.
hose is cut, it must be replaced prior to the
‡
Put out any flame with a proper fire extinguisher.
grill being used again.
‡
Open Grill Lid.
Keep the gas regulator hose away from hot
‡
Get away from the LP gas cylinder.
grill surfaces and dripping grease. Avoid
‡
Do not try to fix the problem yourself.
unnecessary twisting of hose. Visually inspect
‡
If odor continues or you have a fire you can not
the hose prior to each use for cuts, cracks,
extinguish, call your fire department. Do not call
excessive wear or other damage. If the hose
from near the LP gas cylinder because your
appears damaged do not use the gas grill.
Call
1-866-814-0585
for
an
telephone is a form of electrical device and
authorized
could create a spark resulting in fire and/or
replacement hose.
‡
explosion.
Never light your gas grill with the lid closed or
before checking to ensure the burner tubes
are fully seated over the gas valve orifices.
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LEAK TESTING
GENERAL
Gas flow check:
Although all gas connections on the grill are leak
Each grill burner is tested and adjusted at the factory prior
tested at the factory prior to shipment, a complete gas
to shipment; however, variations in the local gas supply
tightness check must be performed at the installation
may make it necessary to adjust the burners. The flames
site due to possible mishandling in shipment, or
of the burners should be visually checked. Flames should
excessive pressure unknowingly being applied to the
be blue and stable with no yellow tips, excessive noise or
unit. Periodically check the whole system for leaks
lifting. If any of these conditions exist, check to see if the
following the procedures listed below. If the smell of
air shutter or burner ports are blocked by dirt, debris, spider
gas is detected at anytime you should immediately
webs, etc. If you have any questions regarding flame
check the entire system for leaks.
stability, please call customer service at 1-866-814-0585.
BEFORE TESTING
Make sure that all packing material is removed from
ALWAYS CHECK FOR LEAKS AFTER EVERY LP
the grill including the burner tie-down straps.
TANK CHANGE
Check all gas supply fittings for leaks before each
DO NOT SMOKE WHILE LEAK TESTING.
use. It is handy to keep a spray bottle of soapy water
NEVER LEAK TEST WITH AN OPEN FLAME.
near the shut-off valve of the gas supply line. Spray
all the fittings. Bubbles indicate leaks.
Make a soap solution of one part liquid detergent and
one part water. You will need a spray bottle, brush, or
Disconnected L.P. cylinders must have threaded valve
rag to apply the solution to the fittings. For the initial
plugs tightly installed, and must not be stored in a
leak test, make sure the L.P. cylinder is full.
building, garage or any other enclosed area.
The gas must be turned off at the supply cylinder
when the unit is not in use.
TO TEST
Make sure all control valves are in the “OFF” position.
Turn the gas supply on. Check all connections from
If the appliance is stored indoors the cylinder must be
the L.P. cylinder up to and including the connection to
disconnected and removed from the appliance.
the manifold pipe assembly (the pipe that goes to the
Cylinders must be stored outdoors in a
burners). Use the soap solution and spray or brush it
well-ventilated area out of the reach of children.
onto all of these connections. Soap bubbles will
appear where a leak is present. If a leak is present,
immediately turn off the gas supply, tighten any
leaking fittings, turn gas on, and recheck. Should the
gas continue to leak from any or all of the fittings, turn
off the gas supply, and contact our customer service
at 1-866-814-0585
Only those parts recommended by the manufacturer
should be used on the grill. Substitution will void the
warranty. Do not use the grill until all connections
have been checked and do not leak.
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INSTALLER FINAL CHECK
Specified clearance maintained 2 feet from
sides, and 3 feet from the back.
All internal packaging removed.
Knobs turn freely.
Burners are tight and sitting properly on orifices.
Pressure regulator connected and set for 11.0”
W.C. LP gas. Gas connections to grill using
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
USING THE GRILL:
Grilling requires high heat for searing and proper browning.
Most foods are cooked at the “MAX” heat setting for
the entire cooking time. However, when grilling large pieces
of meat or poultry, it may be necessary to turn the heat to a
lower setting after the initial browning. This cooks the food
through without burning the outside. Foods cooked for a
long time or foods basted with a sugary marinade may need
a lower heat setting near the end of the cooking time.
hose & regulator assembly provided (pre-set for
11.0” water column).
Unit tested and free of leaks.
User informed of gas supply shut off valve location.
To begin:
1. Make sure the grill has been leak tested and is properly
located.
2. Remove any remaining packing material.
3. Light the grill burners using the instructions.
4. Turn the control knob(s) to “MAX”and preheat the
grill for 15 minutes. The grill lid is to be closed during the
appliance preheat period.
5. Place the food on the grill and cook to the desired
doneness. Adjust heat setting, if necessary. The control
knob may be set to any position between “MAX”
and “MIN”.
NOTE: The grill is designed to grill efficiently without the
use of lava rocks or briquettes of any kind. Heat is
radiated by the flame tamers positioned above each
burner.
NOTE: The hot grill sears the food, sealing in the juices.
The longer the preheat, the faster the meat browns and the
darker the grill marks.
DO NOT LEAVE THE GRILL UNATTENDED WHILE
COOKING.
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
Visually check the burner flames prior to each use, the
flames should look like this picture, if flame do not, refer
WARNING: IMPORTANT!
BEFORE LIGHTING…
Inspect the gas supply hose prior to turning the gas
“ON”. If there is evidence of cuts, wear, or abrasion, it
must be replaced prior to use. Do not use the grill if the
odor of gas is present. Only the pressure regulator and
hose assembly supplied with the unit should be used.
Never substitute regulators for those supplied with the
grill. If a replacement is necessary, contact the factory
for proper replacement.
Screw the regulator (type QCC1) onto the cylinder. Leak
test the hose and regulator connections with a soap
to the CARE and MAINTENANCE of this manual. If they
persist, call our customer service line.
TO MATCH LIGHT THE GRILL:
If the burner will not light after several attempts then
the burner can be match lit.
1. Open lid before lighting.
2. Make sure turn the burner control knobs to "OFF".
3. Place a paper match in the end of the match lighter.
Strike the match and place through the cooking
grate to the LEFT burner of 1/2" (1 to 2 cm) away.
4. Turn on the LEFT burner control knob to "MAX"
position. The burner should light within 5 seconds.
and water solution before operating the grill.
5. If the burner does not light, turn the control knob to
TO LIGHT THE GRILL BURNER:
"OFF" and wait 5 minutes for gas to dissipate and
1. Read instructions before lighting.
2. Open lid during lighting.
3. Ensure knobs are in “OFF” position.
4. Turn on the cylinder valve.
5. Push and turn control knob counter-clockwise to “MAX”
position until click is heard and burner is lit. Then release
knob. Adjust the flame by turning control knob between
“MAX” and “MIN” positions.
6. When igniting the rotisserie burner, keep control knob
pressed for 30 seconds once burner is lit.
7. If ignition does not occur in 5 seconds, turn the burner
control off, wait 5 minutes, and repeat the lighting
procedure.
8. To turn off, turn control knob clockwise until it locks in
“OFF” position.
repeat lighting procedure.
6. Once lit, light adjacent burners in sequence by
pressing in and rotating the control knob to the
"MAX" position.
7. If the burner does not light within the first few
attempts of match lighting, there is a problem with the
gas supply. Turn off the gas at the burner and
cylinder. DO NOT attempt to operate the grill until the
problem is found and corrected. See "Trouble
Shooting" section of this manual
Flame Characteristics
Check for proper burner flame characteristics. Each
burner is adjusted prior to shipment; however, variations
in the local gas supply may take minor adjustments.
This is a LP grill not a NG grill - there is no gas supply.
Burner flames should be blue and stable with no yellow
tips, excessive noise, or lifting. If any of these conditions
exist, call our customer service line. If the flame is
yellow, it indicates insufficient air. If the flame is noisy
and tends to lift away from the burner, it indicates too
Keep a spray bottle of soapy water near the gas
much air.
supply valve and check the connections before
each use.
2 in.
1 in.
1 inch
Do not attempt to light the grill if odor of gas is
present. Call customer service 1-866-814-0585.
0 in.
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MATCH LIGHTING THE REAR BURNER
1. Open the lid to the rear burner before lighting.
2. Turn the burner control knob to OFF.
3. Strike and carefully place a match approximately 1/2" (1-2 cm) from the rear burner.
4. Turn the rear burner control knob to the MAX position. The burner should light within 5 seconds.
5. If the burner does not light, turn the control knob to OFF and wait 5 minutes for gas to dissipate and repeat lighting
procedure.
6. If the burner does not light within the first few attempts of match lighting, there is a problem with the gas supply.
Turn off the gas at the burner and cylinder. DO NOT attempt to operate the grill until the problem is found and
corrected. See “Trouble shooting” section of this manual.
In order to ensure quality control on all of our products, this unit's burner has been individually tested before shipping.
As a result, the burner may be discolored. This will have no effect on the function of this product. If you have any questions
or concerns, please feel free to contact our office at (866) 814 0585.
USING THE ROTISSERIE BURNER
Important:
The instructions below include operation for grills equipped with a rotisserie burner and instructions for grills not
equipped with rotisserie burners. Be sure to follow the instructions appropriate for your grill.
Important safety Instructions
Caution:
TO PROTECT AGAINST SHOCK HAZARD, CONNECT ONLY TO A PROPERLY GROUNDED OUTLET.
Please read the following safety precautions before using the rotisserie motor.
1. Read all instructions before assembly, installation and use.
2. Do not touch hot surface with bare hands.
3. To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse cord, plug, or motor in water or other liquid.
4. Close supervision is necessary when any appliance is used by or near children.
5. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting on or
taking off parts. Do not clean this product with a water spray or the like.
6. Do not operate any appliance with a damaged cord or plug or after the appliance has been
damaged in any manner.
7. The use of other accessory attachments is not recommended by the appliance manufacturer
as it may cause injuries.
8. Do not let the electric cord touch hot surfaces or hang over the edge of a table or counter.
9. Do not place on or near a hot gas or electrical burner, or in a heated oven.
10. Caution must be used when assembling the pointed end of a spit rod and the meat forks as
the ends are sharp.
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11. Always attach plug to appliance first, then plug cord into the wall outlet. If the plug does not fit in the outlet, contact a
qualified electrician. DO NOT attempt to modify the plug or override this safety feature. Use only a ground fault
interrupter (GFI) protected circuit with this outdoor cook gas appliance. Never remove the grounding plug or use with
an adapter of 2 prongs. Use only extension cords with a 3-prong grounding plug, rated for the power and approved
for outdoor use with a “UL-Listed” marking.
12. Do not use this appliance other than for the intended use.
13. Fuel, and/or charcoal briquettes, is not to be used with this appliance.
14. To ensure continued protection against risk of electrical shock, connect to properly grounded outlets only.
15. A short power supply cord is provided to reduce the risk of becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord.
16. Longer detachable power-supply cords or extension cords may be used if care is exercised in their use.
17. If longer detachable power-supply cords or extension cord is used, the marked electrical rating of the cord set or
extension cord should be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance and the cord should be arranged
so that it will not drape over the countertop or tabletop where it can be pulled on by children or tripped over.
18. To reduce the risk of electrical shock, keep extension cord connection dry and off the ground.
19. Store indoors when not in use – out of the reach of children.
20. Always follow the directions provided with your rotisserie as each unit differs in design and capabilities.
21. Always follow all safety procedures as stated in your rotisserie and grill manual.
22. To avoid injury let the grill cool down before removing the drip pan. save these operation instructions
for rotisserie use on a grill equipped with rotisserie burners:
IMPORTANT: IF YOUR GRILL IS EQUIPPED WITH A ROTISSERIE BURNER, ONLY THAT BURNER SHOULD
BE USED FOR COOKING WHEN THE ROTISSERIE IS MOUNTED AND IN OPERATION. THE MAIN BURNERS
ON THE GRILL MUST BE TURNED TO THE OFF POSITION WHEN THE ROTISSERIE BURNER IS IN USE.
ROTISSERIE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT: Do not use the rotisserie burner and the main burner at the same time while rotisserie is in use.
Do not use side burners when the rotisserie is in use to prevent burns.
1. Slide one of the meat prongs onto the rod (prongs toward the food). Centre the food on the rod, followed by the other
meat prongs. Then push the meat forks firmly together. Tighten the thumbscrews. It may also be necessary to wrap
food with butcher’s string, (never use nylon or plastic string) to secure loose portions.
2. Once the food is secure, insert the pointed end of the rotisserie rod into the motor assembly and rest the other end on
the support on the right-hand side of the grill.
3. Check for clearance with the cooking grates. The grates can be removed if additional clearance is required.
IMPORTANT: If grates are removed, make sure food is not touching the burner(s).
4. Place a shallow drip pan underneath the food to catch drippings and make for easier cleanup.
5. Plug the unit into an electrical outlet. Turn the power switch to the ON position to start the rotisserie motor. To begin
turn burners onto the lowest setting.
6. Check for constant speed of the rotisserie rod. If the rod does not turn at a constant speed, reposition the food on the
forks. An unbalanced rotisserie rod will damage the motor.
7. Check food frequently and adjust burner temperature based on observations. This will require some experimentation
as each grill has different heating and cooking characteristics
trouble shooting
If the rod is not rotating at a constant speed, reposition the meat on the forks.
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USING THE SIDE BURNER
WARNING: IMPORTANT!
USING THE SIDE BURNER:
Inspect the gas supply hose prior to turning the gas
“ON”. If there is evidence of cuts, wear or abrasion,
it must be replaced prior to use. Do not use the side
burner if the odor of gas is present.
WARNING: Always keep your face and body as far
away from the burner as possible when lighting.
LIGHT THE SIDE BURNER:
1. Read instructions before lighting.
2. Open lid during lighting.
3. Ensure knobs are in “OFF” position.
4. Turn on the cylinder valve.
5. Push and turn control knob counter-clockwise to
“MAX” position until click is heard and burneris lit.
Then release knob. Adjust the flame by turning
control knob between “MAX” and “MIN” positions.
6. If ignition does not occur in 5 seconds, turn the
burner control off, wait 5 minutes, and repeat the
lighting procedure.
7. To turn off, turn control knob clockwise until it locks
in “OFF” position.
MATCH LIGHTING THE SIDE BURNER
1. Open the lid to the side burner before lighting.
2. Be sure turn the burner control knob to "OFF".
3. Strike and carefully place a match approximately
1/2" (1 to 2 cm) from the burner. the match should
be inserted into the match stick lighter prior to
lighting the match.
4. Turn the side burner control knob to the "MAX"
position. The burner should light within 5 seconds.
5. If the burner does not light, turn the control knob to
"OFF" and wait 5 minutes for gas to dissipate and
repeat lighting procedure.
6. If the burner does not light within the first few
attempts of match lighting, there is a problem with
the gas supply. Turn off the gas at the burner and
cylinder. DO NOT attempt to operate the grill until
the problem is found and corrected. See "Trouble
Shooting" section of this manual on page 46.
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CARE & MAINTENANCE
STAINLESS STEEL
Under extreme conditions, stainless steel can rust
and may not be removable. These conditions may
become more prevalent in coastal areas. Always use
extra precautions while cleaning the stainless steel by
using a soft non-abrasive cloth and a stainless steel
cleaner/polish to minimize the risk of scratching the
surface.
GRILL
The easiest way to clean the grill is immediately after
cooking is completed and after turning off the flame.
Wear a barbeque mitt to protect your hand from the
heat and steam. Dip a brass bristle barbeque brush in
tap water and scrub the hot grill. Dip the brush
frequently in the bowl of water. Steam, created as
water contacts the hot grill, assists the cleaning
process by softening any food particles. The food
particles will fall and burn. If the grill is allowed to cool
before cleaning, cleaning will be more difficult.
GREASE TRAY CLEANING
The grease tray should be emptied and wiped down
frequently and washed in a mild detergent and warm
water solution. A small amount of sand or cat litter may be
placed in bottom of grease tray to absorb the grease.
Check the grease tray frequently, Don’t allow excess
grease to accumulate and overflow out of the grease tray.
NOTE: POSSIBLE FIRE WILL HAPPEN IF GREASE
TRAY IS NOT EMPTIED AND CLEANED OFTEN.
SIDE BURNER CLEANING:
Clean the exterior of the burner with a brush. Clear any
clogged burner ports with a straightened steel wire.
Never enlarge the burner ports. Never use a wooden
toothpick as it may break off and clog the port.
Check your grill for the following items every six
months
Make sure the area around the grill is free and clear of
combustible materials.
1. Make sure the combustion and ventilation
BURNERS
Extreme care should be taken when moving a burner
as it must be correctly centered on the orifice before
any attempt is made to relight the grill.
openings are not obstructed.
2. Make sure the ventilation openings of the cart are
not obstructed.
3. Visually check the burner flames.
4. Clean your grill as described above.
5. Check the grill for insect nests as described in the
GRILL BURNER CLEANING
troubleshooting section.
Frequency of cleaning depend on how often you use
the grill. Ensure the gas supply is off and the knobs
are in the “OFF” position. Make sure the grill is cool.
Clean the exterior of the burner with a wire brass 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. Please note if insects or other obstructions
are blocking, the flow of gas through the burner, see
the TROUBLE SHOOTING section.
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HOW TO REPLACE MAIN BURNER
Ignition hole
(upwards)
3. Line up burner and burner supporter and
secure both parts by using M6x10 bolts.
1. Line up burner and nozzle.
2. Assembly ignition hole
of the burner upwards.
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HOW TO REPLACE LIGHT BULB
1. Unscrew one M5x8 bolt
2. Take out the light bulb and wire assembly.
4. Unscrew two M3x8 bolts, pull out light
wire and replace the light bulb, then
screw M4x8 bolt and put in the light
bulb and wire assembly and screw
M5x8 bolt.
3. Unscrew one M4x8 bolt and M4 nut.
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VALVE SYSTEM ILLUSTRATION
Injection pipe
assembly
Main burner
valve assembly
Back burner
valve assembly
Right side burner
valve assembly
Left side searing burner valve assembly
Regulator and
hose assembly
WIRE CONNECTING SYSTEM LAYOUT
Light and wire assembly
Thermocouple assembly
Electrode assembly
Back burner igniter
switch wire
Back burner assembly
Back burner valve
Light switch wire
Back burner igniter switch wire
Light and switch
assembly
Adaptor wire
Adaptor assembly
Adaptor grounding wire
3-wire grounding plug
Igniter
Thermocouple wire
Grounding A
Grounding B
Back burner injection pipe
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
and cause the gas to flow from the front of the burner.
1. The burner flames appear yellow, accompanied by the
smell of gas.
2. The grill does not reach sufficient temperature to cook.
This is a very dangerous condition, which can cause a
3. The grill heats unevenly.
fire to occur behind the valve panel, thereby damaging
4. The burners are making popping noises.
SPIDER AND INSECT WARNING!!!
Spiders and insects can nest in the burners of the grill
the grill and making it unsafe to operate.
BEFORE CALLING FOR SERVICE
WHEN TO LOOK FOR SPIDERS
If the grill does not function properly, use the following
checklist before contacting for service. You may save the
time of a service call.
You should inspect burners several times per season,
and immediately after any of the following conditions
occur:
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
When lighting the grill,
the flame does not ignite
immediately
-- Make sure you have turned on the gas.
-- Make sure there is a spark when you are trying to light the burner.
-- Push in control knob and turn to ignite/preheat and hold for approximately 5 seconds
and then ignite the grill.
-- Make sure your burner is clean.
Regulator makes noise.
-- Vent hose on the regulator may be plugged or regulator may be faulty.
-- When turning the LP cylinder valve on, do not cover vent hole on the regulator.
-- Check your flames for proper performance. If the flames are not correct, replace
regulator.
-- Purge The lines.
Grill only heats to 200-300
degrees.
-- Ensure the temperature gauge is functioning properly. Hold a flame to the probe or
compare the grill gauge to an oven thermometer placed in the grill.
-- Ensure correct start procedure. Prior to lighting grill, the gas control knobs should be
off. The propane bottle should be off. If not, wait 15 minutes. Turn cylinder all the way
on. Turn left burner to ignite, wait 5 seconds ignite. Repeat for additional burners.
-- Check all gas connections for leaks with bubble test. If leaks are found, replace the
part or tighten the fitting.
Grill takes a long time to
preheat.
-- Normal preheat 500-600 degrees, takes about 10-15 min.
Cold weather and wind may effect your preheat time.
Volcanic rock and Briquettes should not be used in this Grill.
Burner flames are not light
blue.
-- Too much or not enough air mixes for the flame.
-- Elevation is the principal cause of this problem. However, cold weather can also
affect the flame temperature and consequently the color of the flame.
Burner adjustment may be required. Refer to manual for adjustment procedures.
-- Grill is in a windy location.
Stainlesssteel surface is
rusty.
– Under extreme conditions, stainless steel can rust and may not be removable.
These conditions may become more prevalent in coastal areas.
Always use extra precautions while cleaning the stainless steel by using a soft
non-abrasive cloth and a stainless steel cleaner/polish to minimize the risk of
scratching the surface.
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