This gas grill must be used only outdoors in a well-ventilated space and must not be used inside a
building, garage, screened-in porch, gazebo or any other enclosed area.
APPLY SERIAL NUMBER LABEL FROM CARTON
Serial No.
XXXXXX000000
MODEL NO.
BIPRO 450
WARNING! CABINET FRAME, CABINET AND COUNTER TOP MUST BE MADE FROM NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL.
DANGER
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
• Shut off gas to the appliance.
• Extinguish any open flame.
• Open lid.
• If odor continues, keep away from the
appliance and immediately call your gas
supplier or fire department.
WARNING
Do not try to light this appliance without
reading the “LIGHTING” instructions section of
this manual.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
liquids or vapors in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance. An L.P. cylinder not connected
for use must not be stored in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance. If the information
in these instructions is not followed exactly, a
fire or explosion may result, causing property
damage, personal injury or death.
Notice to Installer: Leave these instructions with the grill owner for future reference.
Napoleon Appliance Corp.,
214 Bayview Dr., Barrie, Ontario, Canada L4N 4Y8 Phone: (705)726-4278
Fax: (705)725-2564 email: wecare@napoleonproducts.com web site: www.napoleongrills.com
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All NAPOLEON gas grills are manufactured under the strict Standard of the world recognized ISO 9001-2008
Quality Assurance Certificate.
NAPOLEON products are designed with superior components and materials, and are assembled by trained
craftsmen who take great pride in their work. The burner and valve assembly are leak tested and test-fired at
a quality test station. This grill has been thoroughly inspected by a qualified technician before packaging and
shipping to ensure that you, the customer, receive the quality product you expect from NAPOLEON.
NAPOLEON GAS GRILL PRESIDENT’S LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY
NAPOLEON warrants the following materials and workmanship in your new NAPOLEON
gas grill against defects for as long as you own the gas grill. This covers aluminum castings
(excluding paint), stainless steel base, stainless steel control panel (excluding screen
printing), stainless steel burners, stainless steel rod cooking grids, stainless steel side shelves,
LUXIDIO® side shelf end caps, wheels, knobs, porcelain enameled lids and stainless steel lids,
subject to the following conditions: During the first ten years NAPOLEON will provide
replacement parts at our option free of charge. From the eleventh year to lifetime,
NAPOLEON will provide replacement parts at 50% of the current retail price.
Components such as stainless steel sear plates, ceramic infrared burners (excluding screens),
cast iron cooking grids, igniter (excluding batteries), temperature gauge and brass valves are
covered and NAPOLEON will provide parts free of charge during the first three years of the
limited warranty.
All other components including regulators, casters, stainless steel warming racks, chrome
plated trims and handles, hoses and connectors, fasteners and accessories are covered and
NAPOLEON will provide parts free of charge during the first year of the limited warranty.
NAPOLEON shall not be liable for any transportation charges, labor costs or export duties.
Conditions And Limitations
“NAPOLEON warrants its products against manufacturing defects to the original purchaser only, provided that the purchase was made through an authorized
NAPOLEON dealer and is subject to the following conditions and limitations:”
This factory warranty is non-transferable and may not be extended what-so-ever by any of our representatives.
The gas grill must be installed by a licensed, authorized service technician or contractor. Installation must be done in accordance with the installation
instructions included with the product and all local and national building and fire codes.
This limited warranty does not cover damages caused by misuse, lack of maintenance, grease fires, hostile environments, accident, alterations, abuse or
neglect and parts installed from other manufacturers will nullify this warranty.
This limited warranty further does not cover any scratches, dents, painted finishes, corrosion or discoloring by heat, abrasive and chemical cleaners, nor
chipping on porcelain enamel parts, nor any components used in the installation of the gas grill.
Should deterioration of parts occur to the degree of non-performance within the duration of the warranted coverage, a replacement part will be provided.
In the first year only, this warranty extends to the replacement of warranted parts, which are defective in material or workmanship provided that the product
has been operated in accordance with the operation instructions and under normal conditions.
After the first year, with respect to this President’s Limited Lifetime Warranty NAPOLEON may, at its discretion, fully discharge all obligations with respect to
this warranty by refunding to the original warranted purchaser the wholesale price of any warranted but defective part(s).
NAPOLEON will not be responsible for the installation, labor or any other costs or expenses related to the re-installation of a warranted part, and such
expenses are not covered by this warranty.
Notwithstanding any provision contained in this President’s Limited Lifetime Warranty NAPOLEON’s responsibility under this warranty is defined as above
and it shall not in any event extend to any incidental, consequential, or indirect damages.
This warranty defines the obligation and liability of NAPOLEON with respect to the NAPOLEON gas grill and any other warranties expressed or implied with
respect to this product, its components or accessories are excluded.
NAPOLEON neither assumes, nor authorizes any third party to assume, on its behalf, any other liabilities with respect to the sale of this product.
NAPOLEON will not be responsible for: over firing, blow outs caused by environmental conditions such as strong winds, or inadequate ventilation,
Any damages to the gas grill due to weather damage, hail, rough handling, damaging chemicals or cleaners will not be the responsibility of NAPOLEON.
The bill of sale or copy will be required together with a serial number and a model number when making any warranty claims from NAPOLEON.
NAPOLEON reserves the right to have its representative inspect any product or part prior to honoring any warranty claim.
NAPOLEON shall not be liable for any transportation charges, labor costs, or export duties.
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WARNING! Failure to follow these instructions could result in property damage, personal injury or
death. Read and follow all warnings and instructions in this manual prior to operating grill.
Safe Operating Practices
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This gas grill must be assembled exactly according to the instructions in the manual. If the grill was store
assembled, you must review the assembly instructions to confirm correct assembly and perform the
required leak tests before operating the grill.
Read the entire instruction manual before operating the gas grill.
This gas grill must be used only outdoors in a well-ventilated space and must not be used inside a building,
garage, screened-in porch, gazebo or any other enclosed area.
This gas grill must not be installed in or on recreational vehicles and/or boats.
Do not locate unit in windy settings. High winds adversely affect the cooking performance of the gas grill.
Under no circumstances should this gas grill be modified.
Do not operate unit under overhead combustible construction.
Maintain proper clearance to combustibles, 18” (457mm) to rear of unit, 7” (178mm) to sides). Additional
clearance of 24” (610mm) is recommended near vinyl siding or panes of glass.
Gas must be turned off at the gas supply valve when the gas grill is not in use.
If the enclosure is to house a propane cylinder, the tank portion of the enclosure must be ventilated
according to local codes, and must not have communication with the cavity used to enclose the gas
grill. A propane tank can not be stored below the gas grill.
Do not attempt to use a cylinder that is not equipped with a QCC1 type connection.
When the propane cylinder is connected to the appliance, the gas grill and cylinder must be stored outdoors
in a well-ventilated space.
When the gas grill is to be stored indoors, the connection between the propane cylinder and the gas grill
must be disconnected and the cylinder removed and stored outdoors in a well ventilated space out of
reach of children. Disconnected cylinders must not be stored in a building, garage or any other enclosed
area. Natural gas units must be disconnected from the supply when being stored indoors.
Inspect the fuel supply hose before each use. If there is evidence of excessive abrasion or wear or the hose
is cut, it must be replaced prior to using the gas grill with a replacement hose assembly specified by the
grill manufacturer.
Leak test the unit before initial use, annually, and whenever any gas components are replaced.
Follow lighting instructions carefully when operating grill.
Burner controls must be off when turning supply cylinder valve on.
The lid is to be closed during the gas grill preheating period on all models except the BISZ300NFT/PFT and
the built-in side burner BISB245.
The BISZ300NFT/PFT and the built-in side burner BISB245 are supplied with a flat cover for storage and
protection from the elements. Never place this cover on the grill while hot or operating. Allow grill to cool
completely before covering.
Adults and especially children should be alerted to the hazards of high surface temperatures. Young children
should be supervised near the gas grill.
Do not leave grill unattended when operating.
Do not light burners with lid closed.
Do not operate rear burner with main burners operating.
Do not move grill when hot or operating.
Keep any electrical supply cord and fuel supply hose away from any heated surfaces.
Ensure sear plates are positioned properly according to sear plate installation instructions. The holes must
be towards the front of the gas grill (if applicable).
Clean grease tray and sear plates regularly to avoid build-up, which could lead to grease fires.
Remove warming rack before lighting rear burner. The extreme heat will damage the warming rack.
Inspect infrared burner venturi tube for spider webs and other obstructions periodically. Clean the tubes
completely if you find any such obstructions.
Do not allow cold water (rain, sprinkler, hose, etc.) to come in contact with heated unit. A large temperature
differential can cause chipping in the porcelain.
Do not allow cold water (rain, sprinkler, hose, etc.) to come in contact with ceramic burners. A large temperature
differential can cause cracking in the ceramic tile.
Do not use a pressure washer to clean any part of the unit.
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General Information
This Gas Barbecue Is Certified Under Canadian And American National Standards, CSA 1.6-2007 and
ANSI Z21.58-2007 respectively for Outdoor Gas Grills and should be installed to conform with local codes. In
absence of local codes, install to the current CAN/CSA-B149.1 Propane Installation Code in Canada or to the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 in the United States.
If a rotisserie motor is used, it must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in absence of
local codes, with the current CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code in Canada or the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA 70 in the United States.
California proposition 65: The burning of gas fuel creates by-products, some of which are on the list as
substances known by the State of California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. When cooking with gas,
always ensure adequate ventilation to the unit, to minimize exposure to such substances.
Propane Cylinder Specifications
WARNING! If these instructions are not followed exactly, a fire causing death or serious injury may
occur.
A dented or rusty cylinder may be hazardous and should be checked by your propane supplier. Never use a
cylinder with a damaged valve. Use only a propane supply cylinder constructed and marked in accordance
with the specifications for LP-gas cylinders of the National Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-b339, Cylinders,
Spheres and Tubes for Transportation of Dangerous Goods; and Commission, as applicable or the Specifications
for LP-Gas Cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation (D.O.T.). This appliance has been designed for
use with a 20 lb. (9.1 kg) size propane cylinder only (not supplied).
The propane cylinder must be provided with a cylinder connection device compatible with the connection
for outdoor cooking appliances. The propane cylinder must be provided with a shut-off valve terminating in
a propane cylinder valve type QCC1, and a safety relief device having direct communication with the vapor
space of the cylinder. The cylinder supply system must be arranged for vapor withdrawal and the cylinder
shall include a collar to protect the cylinder valve. The cylinder shall incorporate a listed OPD (overfill protection
device). Do not store a spare LP-gas cylinder under or near this appliance. Never fill the cylinder beyond
80 percent full.
Use only the pressure regulator and hose assembly provided with this barbecue. Replacement pressure
regulators and hose assemblies must be specified by the manufacturer. Do not store a spare propane cylinder
on the shelf beneath the barbecue.
The regulator supplies a pressure of 11 inches. water column to the gas grill and has a QCC1 type fitting.
Cylinders to be used with this unit must be supplied with a QCC1 cylinder valve. A QCC1 cylinder has a
positive seating connection, which will not allow gas flow until a positive seal has been achieved. It is also
equipped with an excess flow device. In order to attain full flow to the grill, the valves must be in the off
position when the cylinder valve is turned on.
Gas Hook-Up Instructions
WARNING! This grill is designed for non-combustible enclosures only, and must be installed and
serviced by a qualified installer to local codes.
WARNING! Cabinet frame, cabinet, and counter top must be made from non-combustible material.
BUILT IN PROPANE GAS HOOK-UP: The piping up to the gas grill is the responsibility of the installer and piping
should be located as shown in the built-in instructions. A flexible metal connector is included to simplify the
installation of the unit. Connect this flexible metal connector to the flare fitting on the end of the manifold.
Connect the other end of the connector to the gas piping. Ensure that the connector does not pass through a
wall, floor, ceiling or partition, and is protected from damage. Do not use a hose to connect the unit except to
connect the cylinder regulator to the piping system. It must be connected with rigid pipe, copper tube or an
approved flexible metal connector which complies with Z21.4 /CSA 6.10.
The installation must comply with CAN B149.1 Natural Gas and Propane installation code in Canada, or to the
National Fuel Gas code, ANSI Z223.1 in the United States. The gas supply pipe must be sufficiently sized to supply
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the BTU/h specified on the rating plate, based on the length of the piping run. If installing a side burner, a
separate line must be branched off to the side burner unit and enter the side burner opening at the specified
location. If the enclosure is to house a propane cylinder, the tank portion of the enclosure must be ventilated
according to local codes, and must not have communication with the cavity used to enclose the gas grill. A
propane cylinder can not be stored below the gas grill.
BUILT IN CYLINDER ENCLOSURES: Built in cylinder enclosures which completely enclose the cylinder must
have both of the following:
1. At least one unobstructed ventilation opening on the exposed exterior side of the enclosure located within
5 in (127 mm) of the top of the enclosure. The opening must have a total free area of more than 20 in2 (130
cm2 ) for a 20 lb (9.1 kg) cylinder and 30 in2 (195 cm2) for a 30 lb (13.6 kg) cylinder.
2. At least one ventilation opening on the exposed, exterior side of the enclosure located 1 in (25.4 mm) or
less from the floor level. The opening must have a total free area of more than 10 in2 (65 cm2) for a 20 lb
(9.1 kg) cylinder and 15 in2 (100 cm2) for a 30 lb (13.6 kg) cylinder. The upper edge must be no more than 5
in (127 mm) above the floor level.
Every opening must be large enough to permit the entrance of a 1/8 in (3.2 mm) rod.
WARNING!
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to the cylinder valves is acceptable, provided it is non-locking and can be opened without the use of tools.
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The enclosure for the LP-gas cylinder must isolate the cylinder from the burner compartment to provide
shielding from radiation, a flame barrier, and protection from foreign material, such as hot drippings.
The enclosure cannot be located directly below the grill.
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There must be a minimum clearance of 2 in (51 mm) between the floor of the LP-gas cylinder enclosure
and the ground.
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The enclosure must be designed so that the LP-gas cylinder can be connected, disconnected and the
connections inspected and tested outside the cylinder enclosure. Any connections that can be disturbed
when installing the cylinder in the enclosure must be accessible for testing inside the enclosure.
OPENING
A
5” (127mm)
MAXIMUM
OPENING
B
34” (864mm)
RECOMMENDED
2” (51mm)
MINIMUM
NON LOCKING DOOR
1” (25.4mm)
MAXIMUM
PARTITION TO ISOLATE
CYLINDER FROM GRILL
5” (127mm)
MAXIMUM
CYLINDER SIZE
OPENING A AREA
OPENING B AREA
20 lb (9.1kg)
20in (130cm )
10in2 (65cm2)
30 lb (13.6kg)
30in2 (195cm2)
15in2 (100cm2)
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BUILT IN NATURAL GAS HOOK-UP: The piping up to the gas grill is the responsibility of the installer and piping
should be located as shown in the built-in instructions. A flexible metal connector is included to simplify the
installation of the unit. Connect this connector to the flare fitting on the end of the manifold. Connect the
other end of the connector to the gas piping. Ensure that the connector does not pass through a wall, floor,
ceiling or partition, and is protected from damage. Do not use a hose to connect the unit. It must be connected
with rigid pipe, copper tube or an approved flexible metal connector which complies with Z21.4 /CSA 6.10.
The installation must comply with CAN B149.1 Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code in Canada, or to the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 in the United States. The gas supply pipe must be sufficiently sized to
supply the BTU/h specified on the rating plate, based on the length of the piping run. If installing a side burner,
a separate line must be branched off to the side burner unit and enter the side burner opening at the specified
location.
WARNING! Built in units are supplied with a drip pan which holds only a minimal amount of grease. To
prevent grease fires, the pan must be cleaned after each use.
WARNING! Access must be provided to the inside of the enclosure to make gas connections.
DANGER! Read all instructions carefully before operating the grill. Failure to follow these instructions
exactly could result in a fire causing serious injury or death. The entire installation must be leak tested before
operating the grill.
Leak Testing Instructions
WARNING! A leak test must be performed annually and each time a cylinder is hooked up or if a part
of the gas system is replaced.
Warning! Never use an open flame to check for gas leaks. Be certain no sparks or open flames are
in the area while you check for leaks. Sparks or open flames will result in a fire or explosion, damage to
property, serious bodily injury, or death.
Leak testing: This must be done before initial use, annually, and whenever any gas components are replaced
or serviced. Do not smoke while performing this test, and remove all sources of ignition. See Leak Testing
Diagram for areas to check. Turn all burner controls to the off position. Turn gas supply valve on.
Brush a half-and-half solution of liquid soap and water onto all joints and connections of the regulator, hose,
manifolds and valves.
Bubbles will indicate a gas leak. Either tighten the loose joint or have the part replaced with one recommended
by the Napoleon Customer Care department and have the grill inspected by a certified gas installer.
If the leak cannot be stopped, immediately shut off the gas supply, disconnect it, and have the grill inspected
by a certified gas installer or dealer. Do not use the grill until the leak has been corrected.
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Lighting Instructions
Lighting Hole
Igniter
Left Burner Centre Burner
WARNING! Open lid
Rear Burner
Right Burner
Off Position
WARNING! Ensure all burner controls are in the off position. Slowly turn on the gas
supply valve.
Main Tube Burner
Lighting
Rear Burner Lighting
(if equipped)
Main Infrared Burner
Lighting
(if equipped)
1. Open grill lid
1. Open grill lid
1. Open grill lid
2. Turn left burner control
to high position.
Side Burner Lighting
(optional)
1. Open burner cover.
2. Remove warming rack.
2. Turn infrared burner
control to high position.
2. Turn side burner
control to high position.
3. Press and hold
igniter button until burner
lights, or light by match.
3. Turn rear burner
control to high position.
4. If ignition is not
immediate, turn burner
control off. Wait 5
minutes.
Repeat.
5. With left tube burner
operating on high, turn
the center and/or right
tube burner to high.
4. Press and hold
igniter button until
burner lights, or light by
match.
3. Press and hold
igniter button until
burner lights, or light by
match.
4. If ignition is not
immediate, turn burner
control off. Wait 5
minutes.
Repeat.
3. Press and hold
igniter button until
burner lights, or light
by match.
4. If ignition is not
immediate, turn burner
control off. Wait 5
minutes.
Repeat.
5. If ignition is not
immediate, turn burner
control off. Wait 5
minutes.
Repeat.
WARNING! The propane cylinder is equipped with an excess flow device.
Unless all burners are
turned off prior to turning the cylinder on, only small flames and low heat will be
achievable.
WARNING! Do not use rear burner while operating main burner.
WARNING! If lighting the unit with a match, clip the match into the supplied lighting rod.
Hold the lit match down through the grill and sear plate while turning the
corresponding burner valve to high.
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Cooking Instructions
Initial Lighting: When lit for the first time, the gas grill emits a slight odor. This is a normal temporary condition
caused by the “burn-in” of internal paints and lubricants used in the manufacturing process and does not occur
again. Simply run the main burners on high for approximately one-half hour.
Main Burner Use: When searing foods, we recommend preheating the grill by operating all main burners
in the high position with the lid closed for approximately 10 minutes. Food cooked for short periods of time
(fish, vegetables) can be grilled with the lid open. Cooking with the lid closed will ensure higher, more even
temperatures that can reduce cooking time and cook meat more evenly. Food that has a cooking time longer
than 30 minutes, such as roasts, can be cooked indirectly (with the burner lit opposite to the food placement).
When cooking very lean meats, such as chicken breasts or lean pork, the grids can be oiled before pre-heating
to reduce sticking. Cooking meat with a high degree of fat content can create flare-ups. Either trim the fat or
reduce temperatures to inhibit this. Should a flare-up occur, move food away from the flames and reduce the
heat. Leave the lid open. See Your All Season Grill cookbook by Napoleon for more detailed instructions.
Direct Cooking: Place food to be cooked on the grill directly over the heat. This method is generally used for
searing or for foods that do not require prolonged cooking times such as hamburgers, steaks, chicken pieces,
or vegetables. The food is first seared to trap-in the juices and flavor, and then the temperature is lowered to
finish cooking the food to your preference.
Indirect Cooking: With one or more burners operating, place food to be cooked on the grill over a burner that
is not operating. The heat circulates around the food, cooking slowly and evenly. Cooking with this method is
much the same as cooking in your oven and is generally used for larger cuts of meats such as roasts, chickens
or turkeys, but can also be used for cooking foods that are prone to flare-ups or for smoking foods. Lower
temperatures and slower cooking times result in tender foods.
Rear Burner Use (If Equipped): Remove the warming rack prior to use. Cooking grids should also be removed
if they interfere with the rotisserie. The rear burner is designed to be used in conjunction with the rotisserie
kit (included with most rear burner units) available from your dealer. See the rotisserie kit assembly instructions.
To use the counterbalance - remove the rotisserie motor from the gas grill. Place the spit with meat being
cooked across the hangers inside the grill. The meat will naturally hang with the heavy side down. Tighten
the counterbalance arm and weight so the arm is facing up. Slide the counterweight in or out to balance the
load and tighten in place. Re-install the motor and begin cooking. Place a metal dish underneath the meat to
collect drippings for basting and naturally delicious gravy. Basting liquid may be added as required. To seal in
juices, first operate rear burner on high until brown, then reduce the heat to thoroughly cook foods. Keep the
lid closed for best results. Your roasts and fowl will brown perfectly on the outside and stay moist and tender
on the inside. For example, a 3 pound chicken on the rotisserie will be done in approximately 1½ hours on
medium to high. See ‘Your all Season Grill’ cookbook by Napoleon for more detailed instructions.
WARNING! Barbecue sauce and salt can be corrosive and will cause rapid deterioration of the gas grill
components unless cleaned regularly. When finished cooking disassemble rotisserie components, wash
thoroughly with warm soapy water and store indoors.
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Cleaning Instructions
Warning! Always wear protective gloves and safety glasses when cleaning your grill.
Warning! To avoid the possibility of burns, maintenance should be done only when the grill is cool.
Avoid unprotected contact with hot surfaces. Ensure all burners are turned off. Clean grill in an area where
cleaning solutions will not harm decks, lawns, or patios. Do not use oven cleaner to clean any part of this
gas grill. Do not use a self-cleaning oven to clean cooking grids or any other parts of the gas grill. Barbecue sauce
and salt can be corrosive and will cause rapid deterioration of the gas grill components unless cleaned
regularly.
Note: Stainless steel tends to oxidize or stain in the presence of chlorides and sulfides, particularly in coastal
areas and other harsh environments, such as the warm, highly humid atmosphere around pools and hot tubs.
These stains could be perceived as rust, but can be easily removed or prevented. To provide stain prevention
and removal, wash all stainless steel surfaces every 3-4 weeks or as often as required with fresh water and/or
stainless steel cleaner.
Grids And Warming Rack: The grids and warming rack are best cleaned with a brass wire brush during the
pre-heating period. Steel wool can be used for stubborn stains. It is normal that stainless grids (if equipped)
will discolor permanently from regular usage due to the high temperature of the cooking surface.
Control Panel: The control panel text is printed directly on the stainless steel and with proper maintenance will
remain dark and legible. To clean the panel, use only warm soapy water or Continental brand stainless steel
cleaner available from your Napoleon dealer. Never apply abrasive cleaners on any stainless surfaces, especially
the printed portion of the control panel or the printing will gradually rub off.
Cleaning Inside The Gas Grill: Remove the cooking grids. Use a brass wire brush to clean loose debris from
the casting sides and underneath the lid. Scrape the sear plates with a putty knife or scraper, and use a wire
brush to remove the ash. Remove the sear plates and brush debris from the burners with the brass wire brush.
Sweep all debris from inside the gas grill into the drip pan.
WARNING! Built in units are supplied with a drip pan which holds only a minimal amount of grease.
To prevent grease fires, the pan must be cleaned after each use.
Drip Pan: Accumulated grease is a fire hazard. Clean the drip pan after each use to avoid grease buildup.
Grease and excess drippings pass through to the drip pan, located beneath the gas grill. To clean the drip pan,
slide the drip pan free of the grill. Never line the drip pan with aluminum foil, sand or any other material as this
could prevent the grease from flowing properly. The pan should be scraped out with a putty knife or scraper.
Cleaning The Outer Grill Surface: Do not use abrasive cleaners or steel wool on any painted, porcelain or stainless
steel parts of your Napoleon Grill. Doing so will scratch the finish. Exterior grill surfaces should be cleaned with
warm soapy water while the metal is still warm to the touch. To clean stainless surfaces, use a stainless steel or
a non-abrasive cleaner. Always wipe in the direction of the grain. Over time, stainless steel parts discolor when
heated, usually to a golden or brown hue. This discoloration is normal and does not affect the performance of
the grill. Porcelain enamel components must be handled with additional care. The baked-on enamel finish is
glass-like, and will chip if struck. Touch-up enamel is available from your Napoleon Grill dealer.
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Maintenance Instructions
We recommend this gas grill be thoroughly inspected and serviced annually by a qualified service person.
WARNING! Always wear protective gloves and safety glasses when cleaning your grill.
WARNING! Turn off the gas at the source and disconnect the unit before servicing. To avoid the
possibility of burns, maintenance should be done only when the grill is cool. A leak test must be performed
annually and whenever any component of the gas train is replaced or gas smell is present.
Combustion Air Adjustment: (This must be done by a qualified gas installer.) The air shutter is factory set and
should not need adjusting under normal conditions. Under extreme field conditions, adjustments might be
required. When the air shutter is adjusted correctly the flames will be dark blue, tipped with light blue and
occasionally yellow.
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With too little air flow to the burner, the flames are lazy yellow and can produce soot.
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With too much air flow, the flames lift erratically and can cause difficulties when lighting.
Adjusting the air shutter:
1. Remove cooking grids and sear plates and leave lid open. You may have to open the door or remove the
top drawer (if equipped) to access the air-shutter screw located at the mouth of the burner. The back cover
must be removed for rear tube burner air shutter adjustment.
2. Loosen air-shutter lock screw and open or close air shutter as required. The normal opening settings are:
Main Tube Burner Propane1/4” (6mm)
Natural 1/8” (3mm)
Rear Tube Burner PropaneFull Open
Natural 3/8” (10mm)
*Infra-Red burners have no air adjustment.
3. Light the burners and set to high. Visually inspect burner flames. When the shutters are set correctly, turn
burners off, tighten locking screws, and replace removed parts. Ensure that the insect screens are installed.
Light Blue
Burner
Burner Port
Yellow Tipping
Dark Blue
Approximately
1/2” (13mm)
Burner: The burner is made from heavy wall 304 stainless steel, but extreme heat and a corrosive environment
can cause surface corrosion to occur. This can be removed with a brass wire brush.
CAUTION! Beware of Spiders.
Spiders and insects are attracted to the smell of propane and natural gas. The burner is equipped with an
insect screen on the air shutter, which reduces the likelihood of insects building nests inside the burner but
does not entirely eliminate the problem. A nest or web can cause the burner to burn with a soft yellow or
orange flame or cause a fire (flashback) at the air shutter underneath the control panel. To clean the inside of
the burner, it must be removed from the gas grill: Remove the screw (s) that attaches the burner to the back
wall. Slide the burner back and up wards to remove. Cleaning: Use a flexible venturi tube brush to clean the
inside of the burner. Shake any loose debris from the burner through the gas inlet. Check the burner ports
and valve orifices for blockages. Burner ports can close over time due to cooking debris and corrosion, use an
opened paperclip or the supplied port maintenance bit to clean them. Drill out blocked ports using this drill
bit in a small cordless drill. The ports are easier to clean if the burner is removed from the grill, but it can also
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be done with the burner installed. Do not flex the drill bit when drilling the ports, as this will cause the drill
bit to break. This drill is for burner ports only, not for the brass orifices (jets) which regulate the flow into the
burner. Take care not to enlarge the holes. Ensure the insect screen is clean, tight, and free of any lint or other
debris.
Reinstallation: Reverse the procedure to reinstall the burner. Check that the valve enters the burner when
installing. Replace sear plate mount and tighten screws to complete reinstallation.
Warning! When reinstalling the burner after cleaning it is very
important that the valve/orifice enters the burner tube before lighting your
gas grill. If the valve is not inside the burner tube a fire or explosion could
occur.
WARNING! Regulator Hose (when applicable): Check for abrasions’, melting, cuts, and cracks in the
hose. If any of these conditions exist, do not use the gas grill. Have the part replaced by your Napoleon Gas
Grill dealer or qualified gas installer.
Aluminum Castings: Clean castings periodically with warm soapy water. Aluminum will not rust, but high
temperatures and weathering can cause oxidation to occur on aluminum surfaces. This appears as white spots
on the castings. To refinish these areas, clean first and sand lightly with fine sandpaper. Wipe the surface to
remove any residue and paint with high temperature barbecue paint. Protect surrounding areas from
over-spray. Follow the manufacture’s directions for curing.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Causes
Solution
Low heat / Low flame
when valve turned to
high.
For propane - improper lighting
procedure.
Ensure lighting procedure is followed carefully. All gas
grill valves must be in the off position when the tank
valve is turned on. Turn tank on slowly to allow pressure
to equalize. See lighting instructions.
For natural gas - undersized
supply line.
Pipe must be sized according to installation code.
For both gases - improper
preheating.
Preheat grill with both main burners on high for 10 to 15
minutes.
Sear plates installed incorrectly.
Ensure sear plates are installed with the holes towards
the front and the slots on the bottom. See assembly
instructions.
Improper preheating.
Preheat grill with both main burners on high for 10 to 15
minutes.
Excessive grease and ash build
on sear plates and in drip pan.
Clean sear plates and drip pan regularly. Do not line pan
with aluminum foil. Refer to cleaning instructions.
Burners burn with yellow
flame, accompanied by
the smell of gas.
Possible spider web or other
debris, or improper air shutter
adjustment.
Thoroughly clean burner by removing. See general
maintenance instructions. Open air shutter slightly
according to combustion air adjustment instructions.
(This must be done by a qualified gas installer.)
Flames lift away from
burner, accompanied
by the smell of gas, and
possibly difficulties in
lighting.
Improper air shutter adjustment.
Close air shutter slightly according to combustion air
adjustment instructions. (This must be done by a
qualified gas installer.)
Burner will not light with
the igniter, but will light
with a match.
Dead battery / or installed
incorrectly.
Replace with heavy duty battery.
Loose electrode wire or switch
terminal wires.
Check that electrode wire is firmly pushed onto the
terminal on the back of the igniter. Check that the
lead wires from the module to the ignition switch (if
equipped) are firmly pushed onto their respective
terminals.
Wrong replacement igniter.
One spark systems must use a one spark igniter.
Improper gap at electrode tip.
Ensure that the collector box is tight and the gap
between the electrode end and the collector box is
between 1/8” - 3/16” (3mm-5mm). The gap can be
adjusted by bending the box in or out.
Lifting flames on burner.
Close air shutter slightly - see previous problem.
Humming regulator.
Normal occurrence on hot days.
This is not a defect. It is caused by internal vibrations in
the regulator and does not affect the performance or
safety of the gas grill. Humming regulators will not be
replaced.
Burners will not cross
light each other.
Plugged ports along back of
burner.
Clean burner ports. See burner maintenance
instructions.
Excessive flare-ups/
uneven heat.
“Paint” appears to be
Grease build-up on inside
peeling inside lid or hood. surfaces.
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This is not a defect. The finish on the lid and hood is
porcelain, and will not peel. The peeling is caused by
hardened grease, which dries into paint-like shards, that
flake off. Regular cleaning will prevent this. See cleaning
instructions.
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Problem
Possible Causes
Solution
Burner output on “high”
setting is too low.
(Rumbling noise and
fluttering blue flame at
burner surface.)
Lack of gas.
Check gas level in propane cylinder.
Supply hose is pinched.
Reposition supply hose as necessary.
Dirty or clogged orifice.
Clean burner orifice.
Spider webs or other matter in
venturi tube.
Clean out venturi tube.
Propane regulator in “low flow”
state.
Ensure lighting procedure is followed carefully. All gas
grill valves must be in the off position when the tank
valve is turned on. Turn tank on slowly to allow pressure
to equalize. See lighting instructions.
Ceramic tiles overloaded with
grease drippings and build-up.
Ports are clogged.
Turn burner off and allow to cool for at least two
minutes. Relight burner and burn on high for at least five
minutes or until the ceramic tiles are evenly glowing red.
Infrared burner (if
equipped) flashes back
(during operation the
burner abruptly makes
a loud “whoosh” sound,
followed by a continuous
blow-torch type sound
and grows dim.)
Pilot will not light.
(if equipped)
Burner overheated due to
Ensure that no more than 75% of the grill surface is
inadequate ventilation (too much covered by objects or accessories. Turn burner off and
grill surface covered by griddle
allow to cool for at least two minutes, then relight.
or pan.)
Cracked ceramic tile.
Allow burner to cool and inspect very closely for
cracks. If any cracks are found, contact your authorized
Napoleon dealer to order a replacement burner
assembly.
Leaking gasket surrounding the
ceramic tile, or a weld failure in
the burner housing.
Contact your authorized Napoleon dealer for instructions
on ordering a replacement burner assembly.
Lack of gas.
After turning pilot knob to high, wait approximately
20-30 seconds for air to purge the gas supply line while
pressing igniter. Fill propane cylinder. During initial set-up
or after tank has been refilled, it is best to light one of
the tube burners before lighting the pilot burner. This
enables the gas to reach the valves on the manifold more
quickly.
Obstruction in pilot orifice.
Clean pilot orifice.
Electrode wire loose or off.
Replace lead wire.
Dirty pilot electrode.
Clean pilot electrode.
Pilot is actually lit.
The pilot flame, especially on natural gas units is very
difficult to see. Place your hand 1 in. (2.5 cm) above grill
surface over the pilot burner to feel for heat.
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KEEP YOUR RECEIPT AS PROOF OF PURCHASE TO VALIDATE YOUR WARRANTY.
Ordering Replacement Parts
Warranty Information
MODEL:
DATE OF PURCHASE:
SERIAL NUMBER:
(Record information here for easy reference)
Before contacting the Customer Care Department, check the NAC Website for more extensive cleaning,
maintenance, troubleshooting and parts replacement instructions at www.napoleongrills.com. Contact
the factory directly for replacement parts and warranty claims. Our Customer Care Department is available
between 9 AM and 5 PM (Eastern Standard Time) at 1-866-820-8686 or fax at 1-705-727-4282. To process a
claim, we must be provided with the following information:
1. Model and serial number of the unit.
2. Part number and description.
3. A concise description of the problem (‘broken’ is not sufficient).
4. Proof of purchase (photocopy of the invoice).
In some cases the Customer Care Representative could request to have the parts returned to the factory for
inspection before providing replacement parts. These parts must be shipped prepaid to the attention of the
Customer Care Department with the following information enclosed:
1. Model and serial number of the unit.
2. A concise description of the problem (‘broken’ is not sufficient).
3. Proof of purchase (photocopy of the invoice).
4. Return Authorization Number - provided by the Customer Care Representative.
Before contacting customer care, please note that the following items are not covered by the warranty:
Costs for transportation, brokerage or export duties.
Labor costs for removal and reinstallation.
Costs for service calls to diagnose problems.
Discoloration of stainless steel parts.
Part failure due to lack of cleaning and maintenance, or use of improper cleaners (oven cleaner).
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Caution! During unpacking and assembly we recommended you wear work gloves and safety glasses
for your protection. Although we make every effort to make the assembly process as problem free and
safe as possible, it is characteristic of fabricated steel parts that the edges and corners might be sharp and
could cause cuts if handled incorrectly.
Getting Started
1. Remove all cart panels, hardware, and grill head from carton. Raise lid and remove any components
packed inside. Use the parts list to ensure all necessary parts are included.
2. Do not destroy packaging until the grill has been fully assembled and operates to your satisfaction.
3. Assemble the grill where it is to be used, lay down cardboard or a towel to protect parts from being lost or
damaged while assembling.
4. Most stainless steel parts are supplied with a protective plastic coating that must be removed prior to
using grill.
5. Follow all instructions in the order that they are laid out in this manual.
6. Two people are required to lift the grill head onto the assembled cart.
If you have any questions about assembly or grill operation, or if there are damaged or missing parts please
call our Customer Care Department at 1-866-820-8686 between 9 AM and 5 PM (Eastern Standard Time).
TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY (tools not included)
3/8 (10mm)
Wrench,
ratchet or driver
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Flat and Philips
screwdrivers
Pliers
Hammer
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BUILT-IN UNIT OPENING DIMENSIONS
OUTDOOR GFI ELECTRICAL OUTLET
RECOMMENDED - LOCATE ON RIGHT
SIDE OF GRILL FOR ROTISSERIE USE.
BUILT-IN SIDEBURNER
W
H
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(44m
H
1m
2” (5
1¾” )
m
(44m
NLET
GAS I
W
NLET
GAS I
34” (864mm)
RECOMMENDED
ING
OPEN
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OPEN
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NON-
MINIMUM 10 SQ IN OF
VENTILATION REQUIRED
ON EACH END OF CABINET
WARNING! CABINET FRAME, CABINET AND COUNTER TOP MUST BE
MADE FROM NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL.
MODEL
OPENING DIMENSIONS
NOTES
W
D
H
BIPRO450
29 1/2”
749mm
20 5/8”
524mm
8 7/8”
225mm
SIDE BURNER
12 3/4”
324mm
16 1/2”
419mm
4 1/2”
114mm
OPENING OF AT LEAST 5 SQ IN MUST BE PROVIDED FOR COMBUSTION
AIR FOR SIDE BURNER.
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BUILT-IN ACCESSORY OPENING DIMENSIONS
BIZC450 / BIZC600
BUILT-IN ZERO CLEARANCE SHELLS
FOR ENCLOSURES BUILT WITH
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
Note: Accessory frames
overlap opening by 1 ¾”
on all 4 sides.
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2”
m)
m
(51
D
)
mm
(51
”
2
GAS INLET OPENING
H
34” (864mm)RECOMMENDED
W
H
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OPENING DIMENSIONS
PART #
DESCRIPTION
N370-0069
N370-0071
N370-0070
N370-0072
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H
FLAT VERTICAL PAINTED DOOR
FLAT VERTICAL STAINLESS DOOR
13 ¼” (337mm)
13 ¼” (337mm)
18 ¼” (464mm)
18 ¼” (464mm)
FLAT HORIZONTAL PAINTED DOOR
FLAT HORIZONTAL STAINLESS DOOR
18 ¼” (464mm)
18 ¼” (464mm)
13 ¼” (337mm)
13 ¼” (337mm)
N370-0356SS CURVED STAINLESS STEEL DOOR
N370-0357SS 308 SIZE
CURVED STAINLESS STEEL DOOR
450 SIZE
22 ½” (572mm)
27” (686mm)
19 ¾” (502mm)
19 ¾” (502mm
N370-0358SS CURVED STAINLESS STEEL DOUBLE
DOOR - 600/750 SIZE
35 ¼” (895mm)
19” (483mm)
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OPENING DIMENSIONS
PART #
DESCRIPTION
W
H
N370-0361
PF STYLE STAINLESS STEEL DOOR
PICTURE
17” (432mm)
23 ¼” (591mm)
N370-0359
PF STYLE STAINLESS STEEL SINGLE
DRAWER
17 ¼” (438mm)
6 ¾” (171mm)
23” (584mm)
N370-0360
PF STYLE STAINLESS STEEL TRIPLE
DRAWER
17 ¼” (438mm)
22 ¾” (578mm)
23” (584mm)
N370-0502
N370-0503
DOUBLE DOOR SMALL
DOUBLE DOOR LARGE
* FRAMES PROTRUDE FROM FACE
OF CABINET BY ¾”
28 ¼” (718mm)
37 ¾” (959mm)
20 ¼” (514mm)
20 ¼” (514mm)
N370-0504
N370-0505
SIDE BURNER NATURAL
SIDE BURNER PROPANE
12 ¾” (324mm)
12 ¾” (324mm)
4 ½” (114mm)
minimum
BIZC450
BIZC600
ZERO CLEARANCE SHELL - 450 SIZE
ZERO CLEARANCE SHELL - 600 SIZE
35 ⅞” (911mm)
11 ⅛” (283mm)
44 ⅛” (1121mm) 11 ⅛” (283mm)
D
16 ½” (419mm)
16 ½” (419mm)
22 15/16” (584mm)
22 15/16” (584mm)
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BI ACCESSORY DRAWER INSTRUCTIONS
1. Unpack the drawer frame assembly.
2. Remove the drawers from the enclosure by fully extending them and then lifting up to remove them from
the slides.
3. Shim the opening to ensure that the enclosure fits snuggly into the opening. Ensure that the side shims
are located at the same height as the enclosure mounting holes. The bottom of the opening may need to be
shimmed as well to ensure that the front of the enclosure is plumb.
4. Once the enclosure is level and square, fasten into place. (Fasteners not included).
5. Re-install the drawers by tipping the back of the drawer down into the slide. Once the wheels are inserted
into the slide, lower the front of the drawer until it is level, then push in. Note: if the enclosure is installed with
shims that are too thick, the wheel will not engage into the slide. The shim thickness will need to be reduced.
6. Remove the protective coating from all remaining surfaces.
BI ACCESSORY DOOR INSTRUCTIONS
1. Unpack the door and frame.
a. For the curved stainless steel doors, remove the door(s) from the frame by lifting the door while holding on
to the pivot rod. This will allow the pivot rod to come out of the hole on the bottom of the frame. Once the
pivot is removed from the bottom hole, the entire door can be dropped and removed from the frame.
b. For the PF style stainless steel door, the door needs to be removed by loosening the center philips screw on
the hinge furthest away from the door. This will allow the hinge to separate.
c. For double door kits N370-0502/N370-0503, refer to the instuctions included with the door kit.
2. Center the frame in the opening. Mark the location of the pivot holes, top and bottom. Remember on the
PT600 double doors, there will be a pivot rod on both ends. The PF style doors do not have pivot rods. Once all
pivot holes are marked, remove the frame and using a 3/8” drill bit, drill out the clearance holes for the pivot
rod. These clearance holes should be at least 1/2” deep. After the holes are complete, you may once again
center the frame in the opening. Starting with the hinged side, shim between the frame and side wall of the
opening. Ensure the shims are close to the hinge on the PF style doors. When the frame side wall is plumb,
fasten it to the cabinet with screws (not provided). Attach the other side of the frame in the same fashion,
ensuring the frame is square.
3. Other than on the curved stainless steel double door kit, fasteners are not required on the top and bottom
of the frame. The curved stainless steel double door frame must be fastened in the center both at the top and
bottom.
4. Once the frame has been secured and checked for squareness, the door can be re-installed.
5. Remove the protective coating from all remaining surfaces.
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BIPRO450 BUILT-IN INSTRUCTIONS
4 x N570-0086 (#14 X1/2”)
3/8”(10mm)
N570-0086
N080-0213
N080-0213
N570-0086
N715-0080
N010-0281
W445-0031
N010-0568
This grill is designed for masonry, NON-COMBUSTIBLE enclosures only, and must be installed and serviced by a qualified
installer to local codes.
1. Attach side mounting brackets to each side of the grill using #14 x 1/2" screws (N570-0086).
2. Lay the rear trim piece across the back of the opening. To keep it in place, a dab of silicone may be applied to each wing of
the rear trim.
3. Lower the unit in place, the wings on the rear trim should be under the side mounting brackets. Connect the flex supply line
to the fitting at the end of the manifold.
4. The entire installation must be leak tested before operating the unit.
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N305-0021
N305-0022
Ensure holes in sear plates
are postitoned to the front
of the grill.
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Leak Testing Instructions
WARNING! A leak test must be performed annually and each time a cylinder is hooked up or if a part
of the gas system is replaced.
Warning! Never use an open flame to check for gas leaks. Be certain no sparks or open flames are
in the area while you check for leaks. Sparks or open flames will result in a fire or explosion, damage to
property, serious bodily injury, or death.
Leak testing: This must be done before initial use, annually, and whenever any gas components are replaced or
serviced. Do not smoke while performing this test, and remove all sources of ignition. See Leak Testing Diagram
for areas to check. Turn all burner controls to the off position. Turn gas supply valve on.
Brush a half-and-half solution of liquid soap and water onto all joints and connections of the regulator, hose,
manifolds and valves.
Bubbles will indicate a gas leak. Either tighten the loose joint or have the part replaced with one recommended
by the Napoleon Customer Care department and have the grill inspected by a certified gas installer.
If the leak cannot be stopped, immediately shut off the gas supply, disconnect it, and have the grill inspected
by a certified gas installer or dealer. Do not use the grill until the leak has been corrected.
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Rotisserie Kit Assembly Instruction
(included with most rear burner units)
Assemble rotisserie kit components as shown.
Ensure stop
bushing is
tightened on
the inside of
hood casting.
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Parts List
Item
Part #
Description
450RB
1
n135-0036g
left side lid casting
x
2
n135-0037g
right side lid casting
x
3
n715-0091
trim left side lid casting
x
4
n715-0092
right side lid casting
x
5
n335-0052
stainless steel lid insert
x
n585-0067
lid heat shield
x
6
n010-0655
lid handle
x
7
n385-0191
NAPOLEON logo
x
w450-0005
logo spring clips
x
n510-0002
black silicone lid bumper
x
8
n080-0253g
lid handle cover
x
9
n570-0013
#8 x 5/8” screw
x
10
n570-0015
lid pivot screw
x
11
n735-0002
1/4” lock washer
x
12
n570-0024
1/4-20 x 1/2” screw
x
13
n520-0030
warming rack
x
14
n010-0229
rear burner housing (infra-red)
x
15
n100-0003
rear burner
x
n720-0026
rear burner supply tube
x
16
n305-0079
cooking grids - wave stainless rod
x
17
n305-0021
left/right sear plate
x
18
n305-0022
centre sear plate
x
19
n200-0063g
back cover
x
20
n200-0028
burner grease shield
x
21
n100-0009
main burner, left/right
x
22
n100-0010
main burner, centre
x
n570-0043
#8 x 1” screw
x
23
n380-0015
burner control knob
x
24
n630-0003
bezel retaining spring
x
25
n051-0007
control knob bezel
x
26
n010-0667
manifold assembly
p
n010-0668
manifold assembly
n
27
n357-0014
electronic ignition
x
28
n570-0086
#14 x 1/2” screw
x
29
n685-0004c
temperature gauge
x
30
n135-0015g
left side hood casting
x
31
n335-0020k
hood insert
x
32
n135-0016g
right side hood casting
x
n570-0008
#8 x 1/2” screw
x
33
n135-0014g
base casting
x
34
n080-0261g
bracket, unit mounting
x
35
n475-0016
rotisserie mount
x
36
n570-0068
#14 x 1/2” screw
x
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Parts List
Item
Part #
Description
450RB
37
n475-0131nt
control panel
x
38
n010-0568
drip pan
x
39
N010-0281
manifold flex connector
x
40
w445-0031
union fitting 3/8” - 3/8”
x
41
n715-0080
rear trim
x
42
n080-0213
bracket unit mount
x
n010-0216
rear burner orifice assembly
p
n010-0217
rear burner orifice assembly
n
n240-0001
rear burner electrode
x
n240-0016
main burner electrode
x
n350-0054
collector box - main burner
x
64405
rotisserie kit
x
63646
vinyl cover
ac
56018
stainless steel griddle
ac
67450
charcoal tray
ac
62007
grease trays foil (5 pieces)
ac
x - standard
p - propane units only
n - natural gas units only
ac - accessory
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