720-0008-T - The Grill Services Corporation

720-0008-T - The Grill Services Corporation
Nexgrill Industries, Inc.
145 Brea Canyon Road
Walnut, CA 91789
ASSEMBLY & OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR
OUTDOOR GAS GRILL
FOR MODEL 720-0008-T OUTDOOR GAS GRILL
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS……………………………………………………………………..1
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS………………………………………………………………….4
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS…………………………………………………………………..10
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS………………………………………………………………. 11
CLEANING & MAINTENANCE………………………………………………………………..12
PARTS LIST……………………………………………………………………………………..14
WARRANTY……………………………………………………………………………………..16
READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND BE SURE YOUR GRILL IS
PROPERLY INSTALLED, ASSEMBLED AND CARED FOR. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE
INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS BODILY INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS CONCERNING ASSEMBLY OR OPERATION,
CONSULT YOUR DEALER, GAS APPLIANCE SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE OR YOUR
GAS COMPANY.
NOTE TO INSTALLER:
LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE CONSUMER AFTER INSTALLATION.
NOTE TO THE CONSUMER:
RETAIN THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
THIS OUTDOOR COOKING GAS APPLIANCE IS NOT INTENDED TO BE INSTALLED IN
OR ON RECREATION VEHICLES AND/OR BOATS.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING ASSEMBLY OR OPERATION, CALL OUR
SERVICE CENTER AT 1-800-913-8999, MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, 8:00AM-5:00PM
PACIFIC COAST TIME. PLEASE DO NOT RETURN TO THE PLACE OF PURCHASE.
Safety Instructions
Read carefully before assembling and
operating your Gas Grill.
INSTALLATION
This gas grill must be installed in accordance
with the local codes or if in an area without
local
codes with the latest edition of the National
Fuel Gas Codes ANSI Z223.1.In Canada,
installation must conform to the standard
CAN/CGA. 1-b149.1 and/or 2 installation
Code for Gas Burning Appliances and
Equipment.
THE LOCATION FOR YOUR GRILL
Do NOT use your gas grill in garages, porches
breezeways, sheds or other enclosed areas.
Your gas grill is to be used OUTDOOR ONLY.
Always keep proper clearance from
combustible
construction, at least 21’’from the back and
side to any combustible surface that will burn.
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and
ventilation air around the grill housing.
This outdoor cooking gas appliance is not
intended to be installed in or on recreational
vehicles and or boats.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
Do not store empty or full spare gas cylinders
under or near this or any other appliance.
Keep the fuel hose and any electrical cord
away from hot surfaces. Protect fuel hose from
dripping grease. Avoid unnecessary twisting of
hose. Visually inspect hose prior to each use
for cuts, cracks, excessive wear or other
damage. Replace hose, if necessary.
NEVER test for gas leaks with a lighted match
or open flame. NEVER light grill with lid closed
or before checking to insure burners are fully
seated over gas valve.
NEVER lean over cooking surface while
lighting grill. Use barbecue tools with wood
handles and good quality insulated oven mitts
when operating grill.
1
IF YOU SMELL GAS
1. Shut off gas to the appliance its
source.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open lid.
4. If odor continues, immediately call
your gas supplier.
PROTECT CHILDREN: Keep them away from
grill during use and until grill has cooled after
you are finished. Do not allow children to
operate grill.
CHECKING FOR GAS LEAKS NEVER TEST
FOR LEAKS WITH A FLAME
Prior to first use and at the beginning of each
new season(or, if using LP, whenever gas
cylinder is changed)it is a must for you to
check for gas leaks.
Follow these steps:
1. Make soap solution by missing one part
liquid detergent and one part water. Ratio
1:4 soap to water.
2. Turn off heat control valves, and then turn
on gas at source.
3. Apply the soap solution to all gas
connections. bubbles will appear in the
soap solution if connections are not
properly sealed. Tighten or repair as
necessary.
4. If you have a gas leak that you cannot
repair, turn off the gas at the source
disconnect fuel line from grill and
immediately call your grill dealer and gas
supplier for professional assistance.
LP GAS CYLINDER SAFETY
Your gas grill is designed for use with a
standard 20 Ib LP gas cylinder. DO NOT
CONNECT YOUR GRILL TO AN LP GAS
CYLINDER EXCEEDING THIS CAPACITY. A
tank of approximately 12 inches in diameter by
18-1/2 inches high should be the maximum size
tank used.
LP gas cylinder is not provided with this grill.
When you buy LP gas cylinder, be sure
that(1)the cylinder must be provided with a
shutoff valve terminating in a LP-gas supply
cylinder valve outlet specified, as applicable, for
Connection No.510 in the Standard for
Compressed Gas Cylinder Valve Outlet and Inlet
Connections, ANSI/CGA-V-1, or Connection
NO.600 in the Compressed Gas Associate’s
Limited Standard Cylinder Valve outlet
connection for Propane-Small Valve
turn off at the supply cylinder.
Safety Instructions
Series or a combination LP-gas cylinder valve
and quick-disconnect assembly complying with
1.5.5-c and a safety relief device having a direct
communication with the vapor space of the
cylinder,(2) the cylinder supply system must be
arranged for vapor withdrawal, and (3)the
cylinder used must include a collar to protect the
cylinder valve.
Storage of an appliance indoors is permissible
only if the cylinder is disconnected and removed
from the appliance.
The LP gas cylinder must be constructed and
marked in accordance with specification of U.S.
Department
of
Transportation(DOT).
In
Canadian, gas cylinders must meet Canadian
Transportation and Communication (CTC)
specifications.
HOSE ASSEMBLY SAFETY
Cylinders must be stored outdoors in a
well-ventilated area out of the reach of children.
Disconnected cylinder must not be stored in a
building, garage or any other enclosed area.
The hose assembly must be inspected before
each use of the appliance . If it is evident there is
excessive abrasion or wear, or the hose is cut, it
must be replaced prior to the appliance being put
into operation.
DANGER: If you smell or hear the hiss of
escaping gas from the LP gas cylinder. Get away
from the LP gas cylinder. Do not attempt to
correct the problem yourself. Call your fire
department(Do not make the call from near the
LP gas cylinder your telephone is an electrical
device)
TO CONNECT THE LP GAS SUPPLY
CYLINDER,J
PLEASE
FOLLOW
THE
FOLLOWING STEPS:
1. Make sure tank valve is in its full off position
(Turn clockwise to stop)
2. Check tank valve to assure it has proper
external male threads. (Type 1 connection
per ANSIZ21.81)
3. Make sure all burner valves are in their off
position.
4. Inspect valve connections port and regulator
assembly. Look for any damage or debris.
Remove any debris. Inspect hose for damage.
Never attempt to use damaged or plugged
equipment. See your local LP gas dealer for
repair.
5. When connecting regulator assembly to the
tank valve, hand tighten nut clockwise to a
positive stop. Do not use a wrench to tighten.
Use of a wrench may damage quick
condition.
6. Open tank valve fully (counter-clockwise).
Use a soapy water solution to check all
connections for leaks before attempting to
light grill. If a leak is found, turn tank valve off
and do not use grill until a local LP gas dealer
can make repairs.
Never connect an unregulated LP gas cylinder to
your grill. A gas regulator adjusted to have an
outlet pressure of 11’’Water column(W.C.)is
supplied for connection to the LP gas cylinder.
The pressure regulator and hose assembly
supplied with the appliance must be used.
Replacement pressure regulators and hose
assembly must be those specified by the
appliance manufacturer.
Have your LP gas cylinder filled by a reputable
LP gas dealer, and visually inspected and
re-qualified at each filling.
Have your LP gas dealer check the release valve
after every filling to assure that it remains free of
defects.
Always keep cylinder in an upright position.
Always close the cylinder valve when the grill is
not in use.
To disconnect LP gas cylinder:
Do not subject LP gas cylinder to excessive
heat.
a) Turn the burner valve off.
b) Turn the tank valve off fully. (Turn
clockwise to stop.)
c) Detach the regulator assembly from tank
valve by turning the quick coupling nut
counter clockwise.
Never store your LP gas cylinder indoors. if you
store your grill indoors, always disconnect LP
gas cylinder FIRST, and store LP gas cylinder
safely outside.
When the appliance is not use, the gas must be
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Safety Instructions
SAFETY!
Pipe sealing compound or pipe thread tape of the
type resistant to the action of natural gas must be
used on all male pipe threads when making the
connection.
BEWARE
OF
SPIDERS
Disconnect your gas grill from fuel source when
the gas supply is being tested at high pressures.
This appliance and its individual shut off valve
must be disconnected from the gas supply piping
system during any pressure testing of that
system at pressure in excess of 1/2 psi(3.5kpa)
CAUTION:BURNER TUBES MUST B
INSPECTED AND CLEANED BEFOR
FIRST USE
spiders and small insects Occasionally spin
webs or make nests in the burner tubes
during warehousing and transit. These
webs can lead to a gas flow obstruction,
which could result in a fire in and around
the burner tubes. This type of fire is known
as “FLASH-BACK” and can cause serious
damage to your grill and create an unsafe
operating condition for the use. Although
an obstructed burner tube is not the only
cause of “FLASH-BACK” it is the most
common cause and frequent inspection and
cleaning of the burner tubes in necessary.
Turn off your gas grill when the gas supply is
being tested at low pressure. This appliance
must be isolated from the gas supply piping
system by closing its individual manual shut off
valve during any pressure testing of the gas
supply piping system at pressures equal or less
than1/2 psi(3.5kpa)
WARNING: Gas valves are preset at factory to
operate on LP or nature gas. If you wish to
convert, be sure to contact your grill dealer
FIRST!
NATURAL GAS SAFETY(FOR natural
gas model)
Your natural gas grill is designed to operate on 7’’
water column residential (1/4 psi or 1.75 kpa)
regulate at the residential meter, Check with your
gas utility for local gas pressure and with your
local municipality for building code requirements.
If your residential gas utility line pressure has not
been regulated to 7’’ W.C. contact your local gas
utility or gas grill dealer for professional
assistance.
Check with your gas utility or with local building
codes for instructions to install gas supply line, or
call a licensed and knowledgeable installer.
It is recommended that an “ON-OFF” shut off
valve be installed at the gas supply source;
outdoors after gas line piping exits outside wall
and before quick-disconnect or before gas line
piping enters ground indoors in the branch fuel
line in an accessible location near the supply line.
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Assembly Instruction
PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND FOLLOW STEP BY STEP
Tools required:
Philips Head Screwdriver(not provided),Wrench(provided).
The following hardware is provided
ITEM
DESCRIPTION
SPECIFITION
QUANTITY
1
TRUSS HEAD SCREW
1/4-20*1-1/4 INCH
8 PIECES
2
TRUSS HEAD SCREW
1/4-20*1/2 INCH
26 PIECES
Step 1:
Remove side panels and casters from the carton. Secure two casters to side panel marked
“ ”
L and secure two Casters with brake to side panel marked “R” together with provided
wrench.
Step 2:
Assemble bottom panel to side panels with 8 pieces of Truss Head 1/4”-20×1 1/4”
screws .Follow the mark “L” and “R” accordingly
Truss Head 1/4”-20×1 1/4”
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Assembly Instructions
Step 3:
Assemble the front panel accordingly with 4 pieces of Truss Head 1/4”-20*1/2” Screw.
Step 4:
Remove the upper portion of grill from carton . Slide- in the upper portion of grill
to the cart.
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Assembly Instructions
Step 5:
Bolt the upper portion of grill the cart with Truss Head 1/4”-20 ×1/2” Screw in 4 corners
of bowl assembly. Make sure 4 screws are tightened.
Step 6:
Assemble the back panel accordingly with 4 pieces of Truss Head 1/4”-20 × 1/2” Screw
Truss Head 1/4”-20 × 1/2” Screw
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Assembly Instructions
Step 7:
Assemble side shelf on the left side of grill with 4 pieces of Truss Head 1/4”-20 × 1/2”
screw .Make sure 4 screws are tightened. Repeat this figure on the right side of the grill
for the left shelf.
Truss Head 1/4”-20 × 1/2” screw
Step 8:
Install two flame tamers ,cooking grids warming rack and grease tray as the figure
below.
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Assembly Instructions
Step 9:
Assemble each condiment tray with two 1/4”-20 X 1/2” truss head screws .
STEP 10:
We provide four utensil hooks for the left tray. please hang the four hooks in the hole of
the condiment tray.
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Assembly Instruction
Your gas grill is ready to use.
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Lighting instructions
source and reconnect fuel line to grill.
c. Misalignment of ignitor on burner.
1. Become familiar with safety guidelines at
front of manual. Do NOT SMOKE WHILE
LIGHTING GRILL OR CHECKING GAS
SUPPLY CONNECTIONS.
2. Check to see that cylinder is filled.
3. Check that end of each burner tube is
properly located over each valve orifice.
4. Make sure all gas connections are
securely tightened. TEST FOR LEAKS
WITH A SOAP SOLUTION, NEVER WITH
A FLAME.
(Gas leak Check instructions are on page 1)
5. Always open lid before lighting.
6. Set control knobs to “OFF” and open the
gas supply cylinder valve.
a. Open Lid.
b. Push and turn any Control Knob
slowly to high .The built-in ignitor will click
and spark simultaneously to light the pilot
and burner in sequence. Turn the control
knob to OFF if the burner does not light.
c.
You may have to repeat up to 3 or 4
times to light the burner.
d. If the burner does not light, turn off
gas and wait 5 minutes for gas to dispel or
before lighting by match.
7. Adjust control knobs to desired cooking
temperature.
CORRECTION: Check for proper position of
electrode tip. The tip of the electrode should be
pointing toward the tip of the collector tube. The
gap between the spark electrode and the lip of
the gas collector tube should be 3/16”.Adjust if
necessary. With gas supply closed and all
control knobs set to “OFF” check ignitor for
presence of spark at electrode. In turn push
control knob in fully and rotate slowly about
1¼’’.
turn to the left(counter-clockwise)until a click is
heard; he trigger hitting the strike block should
produce a blue spark at the electrode tip.
If re-ignition is necessary while the gas grill is
still hot, you must wait for a minimum of five
minutes before commencing to re-ignite (this
allows accumulated gas fumes to clear).
If all check/corrections have been made and
gas grill still fails to operate properly, consult
your grill dealer or gas appliance service
person.
FLASH BACK:
When fire occurs in and around the burner
tubes immediately turn off gas at its source and
turn the control knob(s) to “OFF”. Wait until the
grill has cooled, then clean burner tubes and
burner ports.
NOTE: To light gas grill with a match, follow
steps 1 through 6 above. Then , insert lighted
paper book match with lighting stick through the
cooking grids to the burner. Press in the control
knob and rotate left to “HI” setting to releases
gas. Burner should light immediately.
CAUTION: Do not move grill trolley while in
operation.
If the grill fails to operate properly:
1.
2.
3.
a.
b.
Turn off gas at source, turn control knob to
“OFF” and wait five minutes before trying
again.
Check gas supply connections.
Repeat lighting procedure and if grill still
fails to operate properly. TURN OFF GAS
AT ONCE,TURN CONTROL KNOBS TO:
OFF”, wait for grill to cool and check the
following:
Misalignment of burner tube(s) over orifice.
Obstruction in gas line from grill.
CORRECTION: Remove fuel line from grill.
DO NOT SMOKE. Open gas supply for one
second to blow any obstruction from fuel
line. Turn off gas supply at
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Operation Instructions
gently throughout the grill, cooking the meat or
poultry without any direct flame touching it. This
method greatly reduces flare-ups when cooking
extra fatty cuts, because there is no direct flame to
light the fats and juices that drip down during
cooking. place a drip pan slightly smaller than the
cut of meat on the flame tamer surface under the
meat being cooked. This will allow you to catch
meat juices for making gravy.
Burn-off: Before cooking on your gas grill for the
first time, turn off the grill to get rid of any odors or
foreign matter by igniting the burners, closing the
lid; and operating at “HI” setting for about five
minutes. You may then either set the controls to
“OFF” or cook on your grill immediately by turning
the control knobs to a lower setting.
CAUTION: Operating grill on “HI” setting for longer
than five minutes without foods may damage
certain parts of your grill.
DO NOT LEAVE GRILL UNATTENDED
Flare-Ups: The fats and juices that drip from the
meat cause flare-ups. Since flare-ups impart the
distinctive taste and color for food cooked over an
open flame, hey should be expected and
encouraged within reason.
Preheating: The grill lid is to be in a closed
position during the preheat time period. It is
necessary to preheat the grill for a short time
before cooking certain foods, depending on the
type of food and the cooking temperature. Food
that requires a high cooking temperature needs
only a period of two to three minutes. There is no
need to preheat for casseroles of other foods that
require slow cooking.
Nevertheless, uncontrolled flaring can result in a
ruined meal.
CAUTION: If burners go out during operation,
close gas supply at source, and turn all gas valves
off. Open lid and wait five minutes before
attempting to re-light(this allows accumulated gas
fumes to clear).
COOKING TEMPERATURES
HIGH SETTING-USE this setting only for fast
warm-up, for searing steaks and chops, and for
burning food residue from the cooking grids after
the cooking is over. Rarely, if ever, do you use the
HIGH setting for extended cooking.
CAUTION: Should a grease fire occur, close gas
supply at source, turn off all burners and leave lid
closed until fire is out.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to disconnect any gas
fitting while your barbecue is in operation, As with
all appliances, proper care and condition and
prolong their life. Your gas grill is no exception. By
following these cleaning procedures on a timely
basis, your grill will be kept clean and working
properly with minimum effort.
MEDIUM SETTING-Use this setting for most
grilling, roasting or baking, and for cooking
hamburgers and vegetables.
LOW SETTING-Use this setting for all smoke
cooking, rotisserie cooking, and when cooking very
lean cuts such as fish.
These temperatures vary with the
temperature and the amount of wind.
outside
Cooking with in-direct Heat: You can cook poultry
and large cuts of meat slowly to perfection on one
side of the grill by indirect heat from the next
burner.Heat from the lighted burner circulates
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Cleaning &Maintenance
.
6. Brush the inside and bottom of the grill with a
stiff wire brush, and wash down with a mild
soap and warm water solution. Rinse thoroughly
and let dry.
7. Remove aluminum foil from orifices and check
orifices for obstruction.
8. Check spark electrode, adjusting as instructed
electrode tip pointing toward the tip of gas
collector and approximately 3¼16”from the tip
of collector tube.
9. Replace flame tamers, cooking grids.
10. Reconnect to gas source and observe burner
flame for correct operation.
1. Bend a stiff wire (a light-weight coat hanger
works well)into a small hook. Run the hook
through each burner tube and into the burner
several times.
2. Using a narrow bottle brush with a flexible
handle run the brush through each burner tube
and into the burner several times.
3. Use an air hose to force air through the burner
tube and out through the burners ports.
Observe each port and make sure air comes
out every hole.
Regardless of which burner tube cleaning
procedure you use. We recommend that you
complete the following steps to help prolong burner
life.
IMPORTANT: You should NOT line the bottom of
the grill housing with aluminum foil, sand or any
other grease-absorbent substance. Grease will not
be able to drip down into grease collector and a
grease fire could occur.
1. Wire brush entire outer surface of burner to
remove food residue and dirt.
2. Clean any clogged ports with a stiff wire such
as an open paper clip.
3. Inspect the burner for damage(cracks or
holes)and if such damage is found, order and
install a new burner. After installation check to
insure the gas valve orifices are correctly
placed inside ends of burner tubes. Also check
position of spark electrode.
CLEANING THE GREASE TRAY
Exterior:
Your gas grill is made of heavy stainless steel, it
should provide you with years of trouble-free
service.
KEEPING
OUTDOORS
COOKING
GAS
APPLIANCE AREA CLEAR AND FREE FROM
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL GASOLINE AND
OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUID.
The grease tray should be emptied and wiped
down periodically 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.
KEEP THE VENTILATION OPENINGS OF THE
CYLINDER ENCLOSURE FREE AND CLEAR
FROM DEBRIS.
CLEANING THE COOKING GRIDS
After cooking ,turn control knobs to “OFF” and let
grill cook before attempting to clean your cooking
grids.
ANNUAL CLEANING OF GRILL HOUSING
Burning-Off the grill after every cook out will keep it
ready for instant use; however once a year you
should give the entire grill a thorough cleaning to
keep it in top operating condition.
Before first use and periodically it is suggested that
you wash the cooking grids in a mild soap and
warm water solution. You can use a wash cloth, a
vegetable brush or a steel wool to clean your
cooking grids if you desire.
Interior:
1. Turn the burner valve off.
2. Turn the tank valve OFF fully.(Turn clockwise to
stop.)
3. DETACH the regulator assembly from tank
valve by turning the quick coupling nut
counter-clockwise.
4. Remove and clean the cooking grids, flame
tamers and burners.
5. Cover the gas valve orifices with a piece of
aluminum foil
CLEANING THE FLAME TAMER
Washing the flame tamer after every use is not
necessary but periodically it is suggested you wash
the tamer in a soap and warm water solution. Use a
wire brush to remove stubborn burned on cooking
residure . Dry the flame tamer thoroughly before
you re-install it in the bowl.
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Cleaning & Maintenance
CLEANING THE BURNER TUBES AND BURNER
PORTS (to prevent FLASH-BACK)
To reduce the chance of FLASH-BACK, the
procedure below should be followed at least
once a month in late summer or early fall when
spiders are most active, or when your grill has
not been used for an extended period of time.
1. Turn the burner valve off.
2. Turn the tank valve off fully. (Turn clockwise
to stop.)
3. Detach the regulator assembly from tank
valve.
4. Remove cooking grids, flame tamers and
grease collectors from grill.
5. Remove burners from bottom of grill bowl by
turning wing nut from beneath burner"foot".
6. Carefully lift each burner up and away from
gas valve orifice.
We suggest several different ways for cleaning
the burner tubes. Use procedure that is most
convenient for you.
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Parts list
ILLUSTRATED PARTS BREAKDOWN
MODEL 720-0008-T OUTDOOR STAINLESS STEEL GAS GRILL
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Parts list
MODEL 720-0008-T
REF#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
DESCRIPTION
Hood
Handle
Thermometer
Name plate
Bowl assembly
Front baffle
Gas valve
Gas Valve
Manifold
Regulator
Control panel
Knob
Bezel
GREASE TRAY
Back panel
Motor bracket
QTY
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
1SET
1PC
2PCS
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
PART#
B0001
B0002
B0003
B0004
B0005
B0006
B0007
B0008
B0009
B0010
B0011
B0012
B0013
B0014
B0015
B0016
REF#
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
PARTS LIST
DESCRIPTION
side shelf ,left
side shelf ,right
Condiment tray, left
Condiment tray, right
Utensil hook
Side panel, left
Side panel, right
Front panel
Name bottom panel
Casters, W/Brake
Casters, Swivel
Burner
Flame tamer
Cooking grid
Warming rack
QTY
2PCS
2PCS
1PC
1PC
4PCS
1PC
1PC
1PC
1PC
2PCS
2PCS
2PCS
2PCS
2PCS
1PC
PART#
B0017
B0018
B0019
B0020
B0021
B0022
B0023
B0024
B0025
B0026
HOW TO ORDER REPLACEMENT PARTS:
To make sure you obtain the correct replacement part(s) for your gas grill, please refer to the parts list
on this page. The following information is required to assure getting the correct part.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Gas Grill Model Number.(see data sticker on grill)
Part Number of replacement part needed.
Description of replacement part needed.
Quantify of parts needed.
To obtain replacement parts, contact the dealer from which product was purchased. If dealer service is
not
available,
CONTACT:
NEXGRILL
INDUSTRIES,
INC.
Customer
Service
/Telephone:1-800-913-8999 fax:909-598-7699.
IMPORTANT:
Use only factory authorized parts. The use of any part that is not factory authorized can be dangerous.
This will also void your warranty.
IMPORTANT:
Keep this assembly and operating instruction manual for convenient referral, and for replacement parts
ordering.
CAUTION:
Gas valves are pre-set at the factory(valve assembly will be marked accordingly). If you wish to convert
at some later date, be sure to contact your gas suppler or grill dealer before making the conversion.
CAUTON:
A different gas valve must be installed when converting from one type of gas to another. You will also
need a data plate indicating what type of gas is used by the grill.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
MODEL720-0008-T
OUTDOOR GAS GRILL
Nexgrill Industries inc. Warrants to original consumer purchaser of each Outdoor Gas Grill that
when subject to normal residential use it is free from defects in workmanship and materials for the
periods specified below. This warranty excludes grills used in rental or commercial applications.
There will be a shipping and handing charge for the delivery of the warranty part(s).
Component
Burners:
Stainless Steel Flame Tamer:
Stainless Steel Cooking Grids:
Valves:
Frame, Housing, Cart, Control Panel, Ignition, and Related Parts:
All Stainless Steel Parts:
Warranty Period:
3Years
3 Years
1 Year
1Year
1Year
3 Years
Our obligation under this warranty is limited to repair or replacement, at our option, of the product
during the warranty period. The extent of any liability of Nexgrill Industries inc. under this warranty
is limited to repair or replacement. This warranty does not cover normal wear of parts, or damage
resulting from any of the following: negligent use or misuse of the product on an improper fuel gas
supply use contrary to operating instructions, or alteration by any such repair or replacement.
Warranty claim procedure: If you require service or parts for your outdoor gas grill, please contact
our Warranty Service Center for factory direct assistance. Our hours of operation are 8 AM to 5 PM
PST. Our number is 1-8000-913-8999 and our FAX number is 1-909-598-7699. Please direct all
correspondence to: Nexgrill Industries, Inc. 145 Brea Canyon Road, Walnut, CA91789
ATTN; Warranty Service Center.
Product repair as provided under this warranty is your exclusive remedy. Nexgrill Industries, Inc.
shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages for breach of any express or implied
warranty on its products. Except to the extent prohibited by applicable law, and implied warranty or
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose on this product to the duration of the above
warranty. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, or allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasted, so the above limitations or
exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have
other rights which vary from state to state.
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