Clean area behind grill and rear of grill Weekly GR 3 W1

Clean area behind grill and rear of grill Weekly GR 3 W1
Clean area behind grill and rear of grill
Weekly
GR 3 W1
To reduce the possibility of a grill fire
Time required
10 minutes to prepare
20 minutes to complete
Time of day
During low-volume periods
For 24-hour restaurants: during low-volume periods
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Tools and supplies
Brush, hi-lo deck
Brush, pot, nylon
Bucket with McD All
Purpose Super
Concentrate (APSC)
solution
Mop wringer
Putty knife
Trash can liner
Bucket, clean and
sanitized towels
Bucket, soiled towels
Mop
Mop bucket
Procedure
1 Lower upper platens.
Lower the upper platens onto
the grill surface and put them
in the “stand by” position.
Clean grills one at a time so
you can continue cooking on
one grill while you are cleaning the other. Let the first grill
return to proper cooking temperatures before you begin to
clean the second grill.
2 Turn off grill.
Turn off all grill power
switches.
3 Inspect upper platen
grommets and gaskets.
Inspect all grommets and gaskets on the upper platen to
ensure they are in good condition, not cracked or worn and
help prevent grease build-up.
4 Remove and clean grill filters.
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Remove the grill filters from
the exhaust hood. Take them
to the three-compartment-sink
and soak in a hot solution of
McD APSC.
Garland Grill Models MW: E-9501, G-9501, EH-9501, GH-9501, E-9801, EH-9801, E or G 3W, E3S, E or G 2W and E2S
Why
McD APSC
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Clean area behind grill and rear of grill (continued)
Remove the grill tools and
organizer from the grill hood
area.
10 Pull grill away from firewall.
Garland Grill Models MW: E-9501, G-9501, EH-9501, GH-9501, E-9801, EH-9801, E or G 3W, E3S, E or G 2W and E2S
5 Remove grill tool organizer.
Avoid running over the grill
power cord with the grill.
The grill tool organizer may
be hot.
6 Empty hood grease container.
Remove the grease container
located below the grill filters.
Empty any grease in the container into the grease pan.
7 Clean grease pans.
Remove the grease pans from
the grill. Empty all grease in
the grease pans into the oil
removal cart. Take the grease
pans to the 3-compartment
sink and soak in a hot solution
of McD APSC.
8 Turn off heater power switches
and disconnect gas.
Turn all heater power switches to the “OFF” position,
Leave the fan interlock switch
on. Shut off the gas supply
and disconnect the gas hose
from the grill.
9 Loosen and lower grill locks.
Loosen and lower the
grill locks.
11 Clean back of upper platen.
Using a clean, sanitized towel
and a hot solution of McD
APSC, wipe the back of the
upper platen until it is clean.
Dry the area with paper towels.
Do not damage the platen
conduit.
12 Disconnect power and turn off
circuit breaker.
Turn the fan interlock switch
to “OFF.” Disconnect the
grill’s power cord from the
electrical outlet, and turn the
circuit breaker to the “OFF”
position.
Do not disconnect the power
cord by pulling on the cord.
Grasp the plug body and remove it from the outlet.
13 Cover floor electrical outlets.
Cover any floor electrical
outlets in the grill area with a
trash can liner. This prevents
water or debris from getting
into the outlet while you are
cleaning.
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Water or debris in an outlet
could result in a short circuit
or an electrical shock.
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Clean area behind grill and rear of grill (continued)
rear of grill.
Use a putty knife to scrape off
all soft grease and hard carbon from the area behind the
grill and the back of the grill.
Clean the following areas in
this sequence: the accessible
parts of the stack, the back of
the hood, the grease diverter,
the grill filter recess area, the
grease catch trough, the firewall and the side walls, and
the rear of the grill.
Do not damage the fire protection fusible link in the
lower center area of the stack.
If it is damaged, the automatic
fire extinguishing system will
be activated.
18 Ask manager to inspect.
Garland Grill Models MW: E-9501, G-9501, EH-9501, GH-9501, E-9801, EH-9801, E or G 3W, E3S, E or G 2W and E2S
14 Scrape area behind grill and
Ask a manager to inspect the
cleaned areas and approve the
cleaning. Repeat any cleaning
as your manager directs.
19 Wash grill legs and wheels.
Use a nylon pot brush and a
hot solution of McD APSC to
scrub the grill’s legs and
wheels. Wipe dry.
20 Mop floor area around grill.
Use a mop and a hot solution
of McD APSC to clean the
floor area around the grill.
15 Clean up residue.
Use a clean, sanitized towel to
wipe off all remaining grease
residue from the area behind
the grill and the rear of the
grill. Clean up any residue
that has dropped to the floor
using paper towel.
21 Allow surfaces to dry.
Allow all grill, wall, and floor
surfaces to air dry.
16 Clean area behind grill and
rear of grill.
Use a nylon pot brush, hi-lo
deck brush, and a hot solution
of McD APSC to clean the
same areas listed in step 13
and the floor around the grill.
17 Wipe and dry all areas.
Remove and discard any trash
can liners you placed over the
electrical floor outlets.
Inspect the outlets to make
sure they are dry and free of
debris.
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Wipe the area behind the grill
and the rear of the grill clean
towels and paper towels until
clean and dry.
22 Discard trash can liners.
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Clean area behind grill and rear of grill (continued)
Garland Grill Models MW: E-9501, G-9501, EH-9501, GH-9501, E-9801, EH-9801, E or G 3W, E3S, E or G 2W and E2S
23 Reinstall grill filters.
Rinse and dry grill filters.
Reinstall cleaned grill filters
in hood exhaust.
24 Reconnect power supply and
turn on circuit breaker.
25 Roll grill back into position.
Hold the upper platens down
and roll the grill back into
position against the firewall.
Move the grill power cord out
of the way so you don’t run
over it as you move the grill
into position.
26 Install grill locks.
Install and tighten grill locks.
27 Reinstall remaining grill parts.
Reinstall grill tool organizer,
grease pans and hood grease
container.
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