C2-062 Fire Magic Gourmet Power Burner Instructions.indb

GETTING STARTED
POWER BURNER
19-S0B Series
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLER: Leave these instructions with consumer.
CONSUMER: Retain for future reference.
Important: READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION
WARNINGS AND SAFETY CODES
WARNING
DANGER
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
2. A propane cylinder not connected for use
shall not be stored in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
Shut off the gas to the appliance.
Extinguish any open flame.
Open cover.
If odor continues, keep away from the
appliance, and immediately call your
gas supplier or fire department.
WARNING
CODE AND SUPPLY REQUIREMENTS: This
appliance must be installed in accordance with
local codes and ordinances, or, in the absence
of local codes, with either the latest National
Fuel Gas Code (ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54), and
Natural Gas and Propane Storage and Handling
Installation Code (CSA-B149.1).
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration,
service, or maintenance can cause injury or
property damage. Refer to this manual. For
assistance or additional information consult
a qualified professional service technician,
service agency, or the gas supplier.
This appliance and its individual shutoff valves
must be disconnected from the gas supply piping
system when testing the system at pressures in
excess of ½ psig (3.5 kPa).
All electrical outlets in the vicinity of the appliance
must be properly grounded in accordance with local
codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the
National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70, or the
Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1, whichever
is applicable.
This appliance must be isolated from the gas
supply piping system by closing its individual
manual shutoff valves during any pressure
testing of the gas supply system at pressures
up to and including ½ psig (3.5 kPa).
Certified to:
Keep all electrical supply cords and fuel supply
hoses away from any heated surface.
®
ANSI Z21.58-2015
CSA 1.6-2015
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SÛRETÉ ET CODES D’AVERTISSEMENT
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ET MANUEL DU PROPRIÉTAIRE
DANS LE CONTRE- POWER BURNER
DANGER:
AVERTISSEMENT:
SI VOUS SENTEZ LE GAZ :
1. Coupez l’admission de gaz de I’appariel.
2. Éteindre toute flamme nue.
3. Ouvrir le couvercle.
4. Si l’odeur persiste, éloignez-vous de
l’appareil et appelez immédiatement
le fournisseur de gaz ou le service
d’incendie.
1. Ne stockez pas ou n’employez pas
l’essence ou d’autres vapeurs et liquides
inflammables à proximité de ceci ou
d’aucun autre appareil.
2. Un cylindre de propane non relié pour
l’usage ne sera pas stocké à proximité
de ceci ou d’aucun autre appareil.
CONDITIONS DE CODE ET D’APPROVISIONNEMENT:
Ce gril doit être installé selon des codes et des ordonnances
locaux, ou, en l’absence des codes locaux, avec l’un ou l’autre
le plus défunt Code national de gaz de carburant (norme ANSI
Z223.1/NFPA 54), et Stockage de gaz naturel et de propane
et manipulation du code d’installation (CSA-B149.1).
AVERTISSEMENT:
L’installation inexacte, l’ajustement, le
changement, le service, ou l’entretien
peuvent causer des dommages ou des
dégats matériels. Référez-vous à ce manuel.
Pour de l'aide ou des renseignements
supplémentaires, consultez un technicien
professionnel qualifié de service, une
agence de service ou le fournisseur de gaz.
Cet appareil et ses différents robinets d’isolement doivent être
démontés du gaz-fournissent le système sifflant en examinant
le système aux pressions au-dessus du ½ psig (kPa 3.5).
Cet appareil doit être isolé dans gaz-fournissent le système
sifflant par fermeture que ses différents robinets d’isolement
manuels pendant tous les essais sous pression du gazfournissent le système aux pressions jusques et y compris
le ½ psig (kPa 3.5).
•
Ce gril est pour ultilisation à l’extérieur seulement.
Si l’appareil est entreposé à l’intérieur, enlever les
bouteilles et les laisser à l’extérieur.
•
Ne pas ranger le gril immédiatement aprés l’avoir utilisé.
le laisser refroidir avant de le déplacer ou de la ranger.
Le non respect de cette mesure de sécurité pourrait
entraîner un incendie causant des dommages à la
propriété, des blessures ou la mort.
Maintenez tout électrique-fournissent des cordes et carburantfournissent des tuyaux partis de n’importe quelle surface de
chauffage.
D’OFFRE DE GAZ POUR LA PRESSION APPROPRIÉE
D’OFFRE DE GAZ.
•
Ne couvrez jamais la surface entière de cuisine ou de
gril de gauffreuses ou de casseroles. La surchauffe se
produira et les brûleurs ne seront pas très performants
quand la chaleur de combustion est emprisonnée audessous de la surface à cuire.
Dégagement minimal entre les parois latérales et l’arriére
de l’appareil et la construction combustible (45.7 cm à
partir des parois latérales et 45.7cm à partir de l’arriére).
•
Ne pulvérisez jamais l’eau sur une unité chaude de gaz,
comme ceci peut endommager des composants de
porcelaine ou de fer de fonte.
Le régulareur de pression de gaz prévu avec cet appareil
de cuisson à gaz pour l’extérieur doit être utilisé. Ce
régulateur est réglé pour une pression de sortie de 5
pouces de colonne de l’eau pour le gaz naturel, et 10
pouces pour le propane.
•
Une fuite de GPL peut causer une incendie ou une
explosion si enflammée entraînant des blessures
corporelles graves ou la mort.
•
Communiquez avec le fournisseur de GPL pour les
réparations ou pour disposer de qules bouteille ou du
GPL non utilisé.
Certifié à la norme:
ANSI Z21.58-2015
CSA 1.6 -2015
•
Ne pas utiliser cet appareil sous une surface combustible.
•
Ne pas utiliser cet appareil sous un auvent. Le non
respect de cette mesure de sécurité pourrait entraîner
un incendie ou des blessures.
•
•
•
Toutes les sorties électriques à proximité du gril doivent être
correctement fondues selon des codes locaux, ou en l’absence
de local code, avec le code électrique national, ANSI/NFPA
70, ou le code électrique canadien, CSA C22.1, celui qui est
applicable.
LE RÉGULATEUR INCLUS D’APPAREILS EST ÉVALUÉ
POUR LE MAXIMUM DE 1/2 (LIVRES PAR POUCE
CARRÉ). SI VOTRE OFFRE DE GAZ EST 1/2 PLUS
GRAND QUE (LIVRES PAR POUCE CARRÉ), UN
RÉGULATEUR ADDITIONNEL DOIT ÊTRE INSTALLÉ INSTALLATEUR : Laissez ces instructions avec le consommateur.
AVANT LE GRIL. VOIR LA SECTION DE CONDITIONS CONSOMMATEUR : Maintenez pour la future référence.
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CONTENTS
GETTING STARTED
POWER BURNER PARTS LIST ......................................................................................................................................... 4
MODEL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................................................ 5
MODEL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE ................................................................................................................................. 5
COUNTERTOP OVERHANG .......................................................................................................................................... 5
RECOMMENDED OFFSET INSTALL .............................................................................................................................. 6
SUBSTRATE .................................................................................................................................................................. 6
POWER BURNER DIMENSIONS TABLE ......................................................................................................................... 7
MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY INFORMATION ........................................................................................................... 8
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................................................................. 9
OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION AND EXHAUST HOOD REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................ 9
SIDE AND REAR WALL CLEARANCES ......................................................................................................................... 10
BACKSPLASH (IF APPLICABLE) ................................................................................................................................. 10
ENSURE PROPER COMBUSTION AIR AND COOLING AIRFLOW ................................................................................ 11
GAS-SUPPLY PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................................ 11
ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS ..................................................................................................................................... 12
VENTILATION (ALL ENCLOSURES)............................................................................................................................. 12
WHEN A PROPANE (L.P.) CYLINDER IS USED IN THE ENCLOSURE............................................................................ 12
PROPANE SAFETY INFORMATION .............................................................................................................................. 13
WARNING ................................................................................................................................................................... 13
INSTALLATION SAFETY GUIDELINES ......................................................................................................................... 13
OPERATING THE UNIT SAFELY AND CORRECTLY.................................................................................................. 13
SAFE USE & MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE GAS CYLINDERS .............................................................................. 15
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................................................ 16
COUNTER PREPARATION ........................................................................................................................................... 16
CONNECT THE GAS SUPPLY ....................................................................................................................................... 16
SLIDE UNIT INTO ENCLOSURE .................................................................................................................................. 17
INSTALL THE FLAME COLLIMATOR AND CARRY OVER CLIP .................................................................................... 17
INSTALL THE COOKING GRID .................................................................................................................................... 18
INSTALL THE POWER BURNER COVER ...................................................................................................................... 18
USE, CARE, & SERVICE
LIGHTING (IGNITION) INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................................................................... 19
ELECTRONIC LIGHTING ............................................................................................................................................ 19
MANUAL LIGHTING.................................................................................................................................................... 19
SHUTTING OFF THE UNIT ......................................................................................................................................... 19
CARE & CLEANING ........................................................................................................................................................ 21
CONVERT GAS TYPE / CHECK BURNER ORIFICES ................................................................................................. 22
AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT........................................................................................................................................ 24
CONTROL PANEL REMOVAL ........................................................................................................................................ 25
NOTES PAGE .................................................................................................................................................................... 26
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................................................... 27
REPLACING THE IGNITER BATTERY.......................................................................................................................... 27
WARRANTY ...................................................................................................................................................................... 28
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POWER BURNER PARTS LIST
Item Description
1.
2.
or
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Part No.
Power burner cover
Porcelain cast iron cooking grid
Qty.
3278-06
1
3545
1
Stainless steel cooking grid
3545-S
1
Flame collimator (stir fry ring)
3278-09
1
Burner assembly
3278-01B
1
Air shutter spring (set of 2)
3048-03-2
1
Natural gas orifice (left) *
3001-30-1
1
Propane gas orifice (left) *
3001-50-1
1
Natural gas orifice (right) *
3001-46-1
1
Propane gas orifice (right) *
3001-1.25-1
1
Electrode kit with ground wire
3199-42
1
Valve manifold
3278-14
1
Small knob (inner burner)
3016
1
Large knob (outer burner)
3015
1
23278-13
1
Control panel
Drip tray w/ match holder
Igniter module
Convertible regulator
3085
1
3199-43
1
PR-4
1
Replacement parts can be ordered
from your local Fire Magic Grill
dealer.
1
* Not shown
2
3
5
4
10
11
17
14
12
15
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MODEL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE
Table 1
Inner burner
N/P (right) orifice drill size
#46 / #1.25
Outer burner
N/P (left) orifice drill size
#30 / #50
Fire Magic insulating liner model # (not included)*
3278-51
9 V (one 9V battery)
Supply voltage
A Countertop to unit bottom cut-out*
12"
B Side to side non-combustible cut-out*
19"
C Front to back non-combustible cut-out*†
18 3/4"
D Control panel width non-combustible cut-out‡
20 1/4"
*Note:
If installing this unit in a combustible enclosure, the correct insulating liner must be used. Consult liner instructions
for counter cut-out dimensions and installation.
† Includes any substrate at front wall of enclosure (in the area the rear of the control panel is to sit flush against). See
SUBSTRATE section on next page.
‡ Only applicable for non-combustible enclosures that have countertops with an overhang (see illustration and section
below).
Note:
It is highly recommended to build the enclosure with an offset counter height for
the power burner installation. See the RECOMMENDED OFFSET INSTALL section
on the following page for details.
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
B
Countertop
(Countertop)
X
NON-COMBUSTIBLE
C
X= D-B÷2
Y= Total
Countertop
Overhang
ENCLOSURE CUT-OUT
DIMENSIONS
Countertop
overhang
Lower support
(Control
panel)
Y (Overhang)
1/4"
Clearance
Control panel
D
FRONT VIEW
A
Check clearance for
control panel removal
SIDE VIEW
Countertop
overhang
Control
panel
See next page
for substrate
considerations
Countertop
overhang
Fig. 5-1
COUNTERTOP OVERHANG
The control panel is designed to sit flush against the enclosure front wall. If the non-combustible enclosure countertop extends beyond
the front wall, creating a countertop overhang, it must be cut flush with the front wall for the width of the control panel or a gap will be
created exposing the forward portions of the left and right side grill fire walls. See illustrations above.
Important:
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FOR YOUR SAFETY, you must provide openings in the island enclosure for drainage, replacement air, and
cross-ventilation of any storage area exposed to possible leakage from gas connections, the unit, or propane
bottles. See the ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS section for details.
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MODEL SPECIFICATIONS (cont.)
RECOMMENDED OFFSET INSTALL
It is highly recommended to build the enclosure for the power burner 6"-12" LOWER than your countertop (see Fig. 6-1).
This will ensure a safer environment when using tall cooking pots like a turkey fryer, which can hold 40 lbs of hot oil.
Consult Table 1 for power burner cut out dimensions. See Fig. 6-1 below for countertop offset installation information.
Important:
The surrounding non-combustible walls must have a minimum clearance of 2" beyond
the power burner hangers to allow for proper installation, airflow, and ventilation.
If using an insulating liner:
• Consult liner instructions for
enclosure cut-out dimensions
and installation.
• Ensure the 2" clearance for the
surrounding non-combustible
walls is calculated beyond the
insulating liner hangers.
6-12"
2" min.
Fig. 6-1
SUBSTRATE
When adding any substrate to the enclosure front wall (including tiles, stone, etc.), consider the following:
Substrate Behind Control Panel
Substrate Alongside Control Panel
Substrate + countertop "front to back" cutout
must equate to Dim. C (see previous page)
when the substrate sits flush behind the
control panel.
Any additional substrate alongside the control panel
does not need to be considered in Dim. C (see previous
page), however a 1/4" clearance on each side (same as
overhang) and below is required.
TOP VIEW
TOP VIEW
Power burner
liner
C
(Countertop)
(Countertop)
Substrate
(includes tiles,
etc. at front of
enclosure)
Substrate
(includes tiles,
etc. at front of
enclosure)
Power burner
liner
Flush
Flush
(Control panel)
(Control panel)
Countertop
overhang
1/4" (if applicable)
Clearance
Countertop
overhang
(if applicable)
1/4"
Clearance
Fig. 6-2
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MODEL SPECIFICATIONS (cont.)
POWER BURNER DIMENSIONS TABLE
Height
(Top to bottom)
Top of hanger to
bottom of unit
(E)
12"
Width
Depth
(Left to right)
Control panel
Hanger to hanger
width
(F)
(G)
22 3/4"
19 3/4"
F
(Front to back)
Maximum depth
(H)
24 3/4"
H
E
G
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MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY INFORMATION
1. The power burner and surrounding area MUST
remain clear of flammable substances such as
gasoline, yard debris, wood, etc.
2. The airflow through the vent space located below
the control panel must remain unobstructed.
3. When using propane gas:
a. The required ventilation openings in the
enclosure must be clear of debris. See the
PROPANE SAFETY INFORMATION section.
b. The propane cylinder, regulator, and
rubber hose must be in a location not
subject to temperature above 125° F (51°
C).
5. The flames on each burner burn evenly along
the entire burner with a steady flame (mostly
blue). If burner flames are not normal, check
and clean the orifice and burner/venturi tubes
for insects and insect nests. A clogged tube can
lead to a fire beneath the unit. A proper flame
pattern will ensure safe operation and optimal
performance. Adjust the air shutter as needed
(see AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT).
4. Do not operate the burner with the cover in
place.
7. Whenever reconnecting any wires, apply a
small amount of dielectric grease to the male
connector, then make the connection. This will
ensure conductivity and prevent moisture from
affecting the contact.
6. The in-line gas valve or gas cylinder valve must
always be shut OFF when the unit is not in use.
IMPORTANT
IN THE EVENT OF A GREASE FIRE, IMMEDIATELY SHUT OFF THE MAIN GAS VALVE TO THE UNIT.
KEEP THE LID OPEN AND ALLOW THE FIRE TO EXTINGUISH ITSELF. A THOROUGH INSPECTION
BY A TRAINED SERVICE TECHNICIAN SHOULD BE CONDUCTED BEFORE FUTURE USE OF YOUR
UNIT. THE SERVICE TECHNICIAN WILL CHECK THE SYSTEM FOR GAS LEAKS AND WILL CHECK
ALL ELECTRICAL WIRING FOR DAMAGE. ALL GAS LEAKS AND WIRING MUST BE REPAIRED PRIOR
TO FUTURE USE.
WARNING: NEVER cover more than 75% of the cooking surface with griddles or pans. Overheating will occur, and
burners will not perform properly when combustion heat is trapped below the cooking surface.
CAUTION: NEVER spray water on a hot gas unit.
The unit serial number is located inside the control panel and on the underside of the drip tray
handle. It is recommended that the drip tray first be removed and cleaned / emptied of its contents,
then turned over to view. The unit rating label is located on the inside of the control panel.
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Installation must be performed by a qualified professional
service technician.
Combustible overhead
construction:
Exhaust hood required
Non-combustible
overhead construction:
Exhaust hood highly recommended
This unit is designed for outdoor use only. DO NOT use this
unit inside a building, garage, or enclosed area. DO NOT use
this unit in or on a recreational vehicle or boat.
When installing this unit in a combustible enclosure, an RHP
insulating liner must be used.
The unit must have a minimum clearance of 18" from
combustible materials/items in all directions.
OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION AND EXHAUST
HOOD REQUIREMENTS
A minimum 5 foot clearance is required between the countertop
and the overhead construction.
When installed under combustible overhead construction,
the area above the cooking surface of the unit must be
covered with an exhaust hood. The exhaust hood provides
the protection for the combustible overhead construction.
See exhaust hood information below and Fig. 9-1.
Important: DO NOT use this appliance under unprotected
combustible overhead construction.
When installed under overhead non-combustible construction,
an exhaust hood is highly recommended; see exhaust hood
information below and Fig. 9-1.
Exhaust Hood
When using an exhaust hood, the area above the cooking
surface of the unit must be covered with a hood larger than
the cooking area of the unit, and with a minimum of 1200
CFM (cubic feet per minute) for proper outdoor application.
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OVERHEAD CONSTRUCTION
N
O
N
C
O
M
B
U
S
T
I
B
L
E
EXHAUST
HOOD
Min.
5'
W
A
L
L
Fig. 9-1 Overhead requirements
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
SIDE AND REAR WALL CLEARANCES
Non-combustible
For the minimum clearances between the unit and any side or rear
walls, your setup must fall within one (or more) of the following:
A. Clearance between unit and strictly non-combustible wall
(i.e. brick wall, see Fig. 10-1)
• The unit must have a minimum of 4" right, left, and rear
clearance from any non-combustible wall.
(To allow for proper ventilation and prevent dangerous
overheating.)
B. Clearance between unit and a protected combustible wall
(i.e. a non-combustible wall in front of a combustible wall to serve
as a barrier. This can be accomplished by brick, or a metal stud
finished with non-combustible substrate, see Fig. 10-2)
• The unit must have a minimum of 14" right, left, and rear
clearance from the protected combustible wall.
(The 4" non-combustible material plus an additional 10"
clearance between the unit and protected wall.)
Min.
4"
(Clearance required for
right, left, and rear)
Fig. 10-1 Clearance 'A' Diagram
Non-combustible
substrate
Non-combustible 4"
Min.
14"
C. Clearance between unit and combustible wall
• The unit must have a minimum of 18" right, left, and rear
clearance from any combustible wall (see Fig. 10-3).
BACKSPLASH (IF APPLICABLE)
If a non-combustible backsplash exists, it must have a minimum of a
4" clearance from the rear of the unit (to allow for proper ventilation
and prevent dangerous overheating). See Fig. 10-4.
Combustible
(Clearance required for
right, left, and rear)
Fig. 10-2 Clearance 'B' Diagram
Combustible
Min.
18"
Important: This 4" backsplash clearance must first be met prior to
any non-combustible walls beginning behind it.
(Clearance required for
right, left, and rear)
Fig. 10-3 Clearance 'C' Diagram
Non-combustible
Backsplash
Min.
4"
Fig. 10-4 Backsplash clearance
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS (cont.)
The control panel MUST remain removable for servicing
(see PARTS LIST).
ENSURE PROPER COMBUSTION AIR AND COOLING
AIRFLOW
Proper airflow (Fig. 11-1) MUST be maintained for the
power burner to perform as it was designed. If airflow is
blocked, overheating and poor combustion will result. Do
not block the 1" front air inlet along the bottom of the control
panel or more than 75% of the cooking grid surface with
pans or griddles.
GAS-SUPPLY PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
For natural gas or a household propane system, rigid 1/2" or
3/ " black steel pipe or local code-approved pipe is required
4
to conduct the gas supply to the unit. Contact your local gas
supplier. Connect this pipe to a required C.S.A.-approved
stainless-steel flex connector (not included). DO NOT use
a rubber hose within the unit enclosure. Apply only joint
compounds that are resistant to all gasses to all male pipe
fittings except flare fittings. Make sure to tighten every joint
securely.
Fig. 11-1 Ventilation Diagram
Note: If 1/2" pipe is used with natural gas, it should be
no longer than 20'.
Important: A shut-off valve (not included) in the gas
line is required. It provides for safety when
the unit is not in use and for convenient
maintenance and repair. It must be installed
within 6 feet of the unit. Use a pipe joint
compound resistant to all gasses on all male
fittings except flare fittings.
GAS SUPPLY AND MANIFOLD PRESSURES:
For natural gas - normal 7" water column (w.c.), minimum
3 1/2", maximum 10 1/2". For propane gas - normal 11"
w.c., minimum 8", maximum 13".
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ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
VENTILATION (ALL ENCLOSURES)
For All Piping Systems and All Gas Types:
(Natural Gas, Household Propane, L.P. Cylinder)
Ventilation Requirements:
• Minimum 4 openings
(2 per side wall - spaced at 180 degrees)
FORYOUR SAFETY, you must provide the openings listed
below for replacement air and cross-ventilation of the
unit enclosure.
• Top openings: within 5" of countertop (see below)
One side of the enclosure shall be left completely open to
the outside; OR 4 (minimum) ventilation openings MUST
be created (reference Fig. 12-1):
Each opening must have a minimum of 10 sq. in. of
free area. The openings must be equally sized and
unobstructed.
Two openings must be in the side walls of the enclosure, at
the top level, and spaced at 180 degrees. The openings must
begin 1" or less below the countertop level and end no more
than 5" below the countertop level.
• Bottom openings: within 5" of floor (see below)
Keep surrounding area
and vent openings clear
for proper venting
1"
max.
5"
max.
Vent openings (4)
10 sq. in. of free
area min. (ea.)
1"
max.
Two openings must be in the side walls of the enclosure, at
the floor level, and spaced at 180 degrees. The openings must
begin 1" or less above the floor level and end no more than
5" above the floor level.
5"
max.
Fig. 12-1 Ventilation detail
To achieve the proper ventilation, you may use RHP venting
panels (PN 5510-01) as shown. Contact your dealer.
Power burner
KEEP THE VENT OPENINGS AND SURROUNDING
AREA OF THE ENCLOSURE CLEAN AND FREE OF
OBSTRUCTIONS AT ALL TIMES.
WARNING: Ventilation openings in side walls shall not
communicate directly with other enclosures of
the outdoor cooking gas appliance.
WHEN A PROPANE (L.P.) CYLINDER IS USED IN
THE ENCLOSURE
When a propane (L.P.) cylinder is installed inside of the
enclosure, the guidelines below MUST be followed. FAILURE
TO DO SO MAY CAUSE DAMAGE TO YOUR UNIT AND/OR
PERSONAL INJURY. Reference Fig. 12-2 for an example.
• Only a C.S.A. listed stainless steel connector (not
included) can be connected to the unit.
• The regulator/hose assembly coming from the propane
cylinder can only be connected to the above mentioned
unit flex connector. DO NOT connect the regulator/
hose assembly directly to the unit. An adapter will
be required.
• A non-combustible heatshield must be installed to protect
the regulator/hose assembly and propane cylinder valve.
• RHP offers propane tank door with tank tray models
and a propane tank heatshield that rests directly on
the tank to meet the cylinder install requirements.
Propane tank door with tank tray shown in Fig. 12-3.
Contact your dealer for ordering information.
C.S.A.
listed
stainless
steel flex
connector
3"
min.
Non-combustible
Heatshield
Regulator/
hose
assembly
Adapter
L.P.
cylinder
Fig. 12-2 Propane cylinder orientation
Cylinder & regulator/hose assembly
protected by heatshield
33820-TSL
model shown
Equipped with adapter
for hose assembly.
Flex connector
not included.
Additional adapters may be required
for your setup (not included)
Fig. 12-3 Optional RHP door w/ tank tray
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PROPANE SAFETY INFORMATION
WHEN OPERATING THIS APPLIANCE WITH PROPANE, ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND
WARNINGS MUST BE OBSERVED. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN A FIRE OR
EXPLOSION CAUSING SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
WARNING
This gas appliance, its enclosure, and the propane cylinder enclosure, if any, MUST be plumbed and
vented in accordance with local building and safety codes and should be approved by local code
enforcement officials. This appliance MUST be installed and operated according to the information
below.
FAILURE TO PROPERLY VENT THE ENCLOSURE MAY RESULT IN A FIRE OR EXPLOSION CAUSING
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
When using propane gas:
• Propane gas (also known as L.P. gas) is heavier than air and will accumulate or pool in an inadequately
vented enclosure or recessed area.
• A leaking gas connection or valve unintentionally left open will create a hazard.
• If a pool of propane gas is ignited, an explosion will occur. Adequate venting at the floor level, or the
lowest point where gas could accumulate, will eliminate this danger.
Refer to the ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS section.
Observe all local codes.
• DO NOT store a spare propane-gas cylinder under or near the enclosure.
INSTALLATION SAFETY GUIDELINES
THIS UNIT MUST BE INSTALLED IN SUCH A MANNER THAT ALL REQUIRED VENT OPENINGS ON THE
UNIT ENCLOSURE REMAIN CLEAR AND FREE OF ALL OBSTRUCTIONS AT ALL TIMES AND DURING
ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS. See the ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS section for details.
Important: FOR YOUR SAFETY, you must provide openings in the enclosure for replacement air and
cross-ventilation (in case of possible leakage from gas connections or propane cylinders).
See the ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS section for details.
The gas cylinder, regulator, and rubber hose must be in a location not subject to temps. above 125° F
(51° C).
WHEN A PROPANE CYLINDER IS INSTALLED INSIDE OF THE ENCLOSURE, THE GUIDELINES FOUND
IN THE ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS SECTION MUST BE FOLLOWED.
OPERATING THE UNIT SAFELY AND CORRECTLY
Every time you use the unit, make sure that:
1. The area around the enclosure is clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and flammable vapors/
liquids.
2. There is no blockage of the airflow through the vent openings located on the enclosure.
3. The hose is inspected (if applicable). See SAFE USE & MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE-GAS CYLINDERS section.
DO NOT store any combustible materials, gasoline, and any other flammable vapors/liquids in the vicinity of the
unit. Provide adequate clearance for servicing and operation.
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UTILISATION SÛRE ET ENTRETIEN DES CYLINDRES DE GAZ DE PROPANE
IMPORTANT POUR VOTRE SÛRETÉ
LISEZ ET SUIVEZ TOUS LES AVERTISSEMENTS ÉQUIPÉS DE VOTRE CYLINDRE DE GAZ DE PROPANE.
En actionnant cet appareil avec un cylindre de gaz de propane ON DOIT observer ces instructions et avertissements.
LE MANQUE DE FAIRE AINSI PEUT AVOIR COMME CONSÉQUENCE UNE INCENDIE OU UNE EXPLOSION SÉRIEUSE.
main dans le sens des aiguilles d’une montre pour engager les
CYLINDRE ET CONDITIONS ET
fils et pour serrer jusqu’à ce que douillettement. L’utilisation des
CARACTÉRISTIQUES DE CONNECTEUR
pinces ou de la clé ne devrait pas être nécessaire. Seulement
a. Des cylindres et les valves de gaz de propane doivent être
le propane marqué par cylindres doit être employé.
maintenus en bon état et doivent être remplacés s’il y a
Pour débrancher: Tournez l’écrou de main dans le sens
des dommages évidents au cylindre ou à la valve.
b. Ce gril, une fois utilisé avec un cylindre, devrait être relié à contraire des aiguilles d’une montre jusqu’à isolé (fig. 14-1).
c.
d.
e.
e.
f.
g.
un gallon de la norme 5 (20lb.) cylindre de gaz de propane
équipé d’un OPD (remplissez au-dessus du niveau le
dispositif d’empêchement). L’OPD a été exigé sur tous les
cylindres vendus depuis octobre 1.1998 pour empêcher le
remplissage excessif.
Les dimensions de cylindre devraient être approximativement
12"(30.5cm) de diamètre et 18" (45.7cm) hauts. Des
cylindres doivent être construits et marqués selon les
caractéristiques pour des cylindres de gaz de propane du
département des ETATS-UNIS du transport (D.O.T.) ou
le niveau national du Canada, du CAN/CSA-B339, des
cylindres, des sphères et des tubes pour le transport des
marchandises dangereuses.
Le cylindre doit inclure un collier pour protéger la valve
de cylindre et le circuit d’alimentation de cylindre doit être
assuré le retrait de vapeur.
Le
du de
régulateur
deet
pression
et le flexible
(Fig.utilisé
14-1)
Le montage
régulateur
pression
l’ensemble
de tuyau
fourni
avec
cet
appareil
au
gaz
en
plein
air
(modèles
au
doivent assortir les spécifications pour le type I par ANSI
propane
seulement)
doit
être
utilisé.
Assemblées
d'origine
et
Z 21.58/CGA 1.6 (voir la figue. 14-1).
régulateur de pression et le tuyau de remplacement doivent
être ceux spécifiés par le fabricant pour le raccordement d'un
dispositif de cylindre de liaison identifiée comme de type I
par le ANSI Z 21.58/CGA 1.6 (voir liste des pièces pour les
informations de commande).
La valve de cylindre de gaz de propane doit être équipée
d’un dispositif d’accouplement de raccordement de
cylindre, décrit comme type I dans la norme définie dans le
e. de paragraphe ci-dessus. Ce dispositif est généralement
décrit comme coupleur rapide de fil de point culminant.
Si votre cylindre de gaz de propane vient avec une prise
de la poussière, placez le bouchon anti-poussière sur la
sortie de valve de cylindre toutes les fois que le cylindre
n’est pas en service.
Important:
Avant d’employer le gril, et ensuite chaque
fois que le cylindre est enlevé et rattaché,
examinez tous les raccordements pour déceler
les fuites. Arrêtez les valves de gril et ouvrez
la valve principale de cylindre, puis vérifiez
les raccordements avec de l’eau savonneux.
Réparez toutes les fuites avant d’allumer le gril.
ATTENTION: Tournez toujours la valve principale de cylindre
de propane au loin après chaque utilisation,
et avant de déplacer le gril et le cylindre, ou
débrancher l’accouplement. Cette valve doit
rester fermée et le cylindre a débranché alors
que l’appareil n’est pas en service, quoique
l’écoulement de gaz soit arrêté par un dispositif
de sûreté quand le coupleur est débranché.
Inspectez soigneusement l’ensemble de tuyau chaque fois
avant que le gaz soit allumé. Un tuyau fissuré ou effiloché doit
être immédiatement remplacé.
Si l'appareil est stocké à l'intérieur, le cylindre doit être disconnected
et a enlevé. Des cylindres Disconnected doivent être stockés
dehors, hors de la portée des enfants, avec les prises de valve
filetées étroitement installées, et ne doivent pas être stockés dans
un bâtiment, le garage, ou n'importe quel autre secteur inclus.
POUR VOTRE SÛRETÉ
OPÉRATION DE COUPLEUR RAPIDE
a. Ne stockez pas un cylindre de gaz disponible de propane
dessous ou ne vous approchez pas de cet appareil.
b. Ne remplissez jamais cylindre au delà de 80 pour cent de
plein.
c. SI L’INFORMATION DANS “A” ET “B” N’EST PAS SUIVIE
EXACTEMENT, UN FEU CAUSANT LA MORT OU DES
DOMMAGES SÉRIEUX PEUT SE PRODUIRE.
Fig. 14-1 type coupleur rapide de fil de point culminant d’I
Volant de commande
QCC
Type 1
4
1
Ajustage de précision
3
en laiton de fil de
point culminant
Régulateur
Valve
Pour relier le regulator/hose à l’ajustage de précision de
valve de cylindre de gaz de propane: Serrez l’écrou de main
sur le régulateur au-dessus de l’ajustage de précision de fil
de point culminant sur la valve de cylindre. Tournez l’écrou de
Valve
de
décompression
UL
2
Indicateur
de niveau
de liquide
(facultatif)
Écrou de main avec le
fil de point culminant.
Pour la ventilation de propane, voir la section sur les exigences de boîtier.
14
Passage
Tuyau
SAFE USE & MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE GAS CYLINDERS
IMPORTANT FOR YOUR SAFETY
READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS PROVIDED WITH THE PROPANE-GAS CYLINDER.
When operating this appliance with a propane-gas cylinder, these instructions and warnings MUST be observed.
FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN A SERIOUS FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
CYLINDER/CONNECTOR REQUIREMENTS
a. Propane-gas cylinders, valves, and hoses must be
maintained in good condition and must be replaced if
there is visible damage to either the cylinder or valve. If the
hose is cut or shows excessive abrasion or wear, it must
be replaced before using the gas appliance (see e.).
The use of pliers or a wrench should not be necessary. Only
cylinders marked “propane” may be used.
To disconnect: Turn the hand nut counterclockwise until
detached (Fig. 15-1).
Important:
Before using the unit, and after each time the
cylinder is removed and reattached, check
the hose for wear (see a.) and check all
connections for leaks. Turn off the unit valves
and open the main cylinder valve, then check
connections with soapy water. Repair any
leaks before lighting the unit.
CAUTION:
Always turn the propane cylinder main valve
off after each use, and before moving the unit
and cylinder or disconnecting the coupling.
This valve must remain closed and the
cylinder disconnected while the appliance
is not in use, even though the gas flow is
stopped by a safety feature when the coupler
is disconnected.
b. This unit, when used with a cylinder, should be connected
to a standard 5-gallon (20 lb.) propane-gas cylinder
equipped with an OPD (Overfill Prevention Device).
The OPD has been required on all cylinders sold since
October 1,1998, to prevent overfilling.
c. Cylinder dimensions should be approximately 12" (30.5
cm) in diameter and 18" (45.7 cm) high. Cylinders must
be constructed and marked in accordance with the
Specifications for Propane Gas Cylinders of the U.S.
Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) or the National
Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders,
Spheres, and Tubes for Transportation of Dangerous
Goods.
d. The cylinder used must include a collar to protect the
cylinder valve, and the cylinder supply system must be
arranged for vapor withdrawal.
e. The
The pressure
pressure regulator
regulator and
and hose
hose assembly
assembly (Fig.
used 15-1)
must
match
the
specifi
cation
for
Type
I
by
ANSI
Z
21.58/CGA
supplied with this outdoor gas appliance (L.P. models
1.6 (see
Fig.
only)
must
be15-1).
used. Original and replacement pressure
regulator and hose assemblies must be those specified by
the manufacturer for connection with a cylinder connecting
device identified as Type I by the ANSI Z 21.58/CGA 1.6
(see PARTS LIST for ordering information).
f.
Carefully inspect the hose assembly each time before the
gas is turned on. A cracked or frayed hose must be replaced
immediately.
If the appliance is stored indoors, the cylinder must be
disconnected and removed. Disconnected cylinders must be
stored outdoors, out of the reach of children, with threaded
valve plugs tightly installed, and must not be stored in a
building, garage, or any other enclosed area.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
The propane-gas cylinder valve must be equipped with a
cylinder connection coupling device, described as Type I
in the standard defined in paragraph e. above. This device
is commonly described as an Acme thread quick coupler.
g. If the propane-gas cylinder comes with a dust plug, place
the dust cap on the cylinder valve outlet whenever the
cylinder is not in use.
QUICK COUPLER OPERATION
To connect the regulator/hose assembly to the propanegas cylinder valve fitting: Press the hand nut on the regulator
over the Acme thread fitting on the cylinder valve. Turn the hand
nut clockwise to engage the threads and tighten until snug.
a. DO NOT store a spare propane-gas cylinder under or
near this appliance.
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 OCCUR.
Fig. 15-1 Type I Acme thread quick coupler
QCC
Type 1
valve
Pressure
relief
valve
Hand wheel
Brass Acme
thread fitting
Regulator
UL
Liquid level
indicator
(optional)
Hand nut with Acme
thread
For propane ventilation requirements, see the ENCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS section.
15
Vent
Hose
INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
COUNTER PREPARATION
Consult Table 1 for non-combustible enclosure cut-out
dimensions. A RHP insulating liner must be used if any
supporting construction is combustible. Consult the instructions
that come with the liner for dimensions and additional
installation information before beginning the installation.
Control panel
stops here
INCORRECT
(Countertop)
Proposed cut-out
in overhang
This power burner must be supported by the stainless-steel
hanger extending from the upper portion of the frame. The
hanger rests on the left, right, and back of the countertop.
The control panel is designed to sit flush against the enclosure
front wall (see Fig. 16-2). If the non-combustible enclosure
countertop extends beyond the front wall, creating a countertop
overhang (see Fig. 16-1), it must be cut flush with the front
wall for the width of the control panel or a gap will be created
exposing the forward portions of the left and right side fire walls
of the unit. Reference the MODEL SPECIFICATIONS section.
GAP CREATED
Fig. 16-1 Countertop overhang - incorrect cutout
Overhang
CORRECT
(Countertop)
Note: It is not necessary to remove the control panel or
knobs to install this unit.
IDEAL
Flush-mounted
control panel
CONNECT THE GAS SUPPLY
For propane cylinders:
For connecting a propane unit to a portable propane tank,
read the safety warnings and follow the instructions in the
section SAFE USE AND MAINTENANCE OF PROPANE GAS
CYLINDERS.
Fig. 16-2 Countertop overhang - correct cutout
Flex connector
(coming from unit)
Note: When a propane cylinder is installed inside of the
enclosure, the guidelines found in the ENCLOSURE
REQUIREMENTS section MUST be followed.
Shut-off valve
(required, not
included, must be
installed within 6 feet
of unit)
For household propane or natural gas units:
CAUTION: Use only C.S.A. listed stainless-steel flex
connectors within the enclosure.
WARNING
A rubber or plastic connector will rupture or leak, resulting
in an explosion or serious injury if used inside the
appliance enclosure.
1. Connect a 1/2" flex connector (not included) to the adapter
found underneath the unit and route the other end of the
flex connector to the gas-supply stub.
Flare adaptor
(use on gas
supply stub only
if shut-off valve
installed in-line)
Gas supply
Fig. 16-3 Connecting to a gas line
To gas
system
Countertop
OFF
Cut-out
2. Turn OFF the gas supply at the source.
3. A shut-off valve is required within 6 feet of the unit.
4. If shut-off valve is connected to end of gas supply stub:
Flex
connector
Shut-off valve
(shown in-line) must
be within 6 feet of
the unit.
Gas inlet pipe
Pipe adapter fitting
Hanger
• Connect the flex connector to the shut-off valve (see
Fig. 16-3). Tighten securely.
If shut-off valve is installed in-line:
• Install the supplied flare adapter to the gas supply
using a pipe joint compound resistant to all gasses
(see Fig. 16-3). Tighten securely.
• Connect the flex connector to the flare adapter (see
Fig. 16-3). Tighten securely.
Fig. 16-4 Household propane & natural gas diagram
16
INSTALLATION (cont.)
5. Turn all burner control knobs to the OFF position.Turn the
gas supply on. Then carefully check all gas connections
for leaks with a brush and half-soap/half-water solution
before lighting. NEVER USE A MATCH OR OPEN FLAME
TO TEST FOR LEAKS.
6. Close the shut-off valve.
SLIDE UNIT INTO ENCLOSURE
Slide the unit into place. Do not to pinch, kink, or damage
the gas connector line.
Fig. 17-1 Tab may interfere when sliding in unit
Note: Each side of the unit has a tab just behind
the control panel. These tabs prevent the
control panel from moving inward. If the
tabs interfere with the unit sliding in (see
Fig. 17-1), use pliers to bend them inward
so that they clear the enclosure sides.
Leave the tabs slightly out to ensure they
still keep the control panel from moving
inward (see Fig. 17-2).
INSTALL THE FLAME COLLIMATOR AND CARRY
OVER CLIP
7. Install the flame collimator by inserting the front cutouts
through the collimator support (Fig. 17-3, A), then lowering
the rear of the collimator to the rear liner and slightly
squeezing the collimator as needed to properly lock the
tabs into position (Fig. 17-3, B). The flame collimator acts
as a barrier for windy conditions and creates higher BTU
concentration to the support grid.
8. Insert the slotted end of the small clip into the burner
carry over slot as shown in Fig. 17-4. Ensure it is fully
inserted and secure in place.
Fig. 17-2 Tab slightly bent in for clearance
Flame
Collimator
T abs
A
Collimator support
Rear liner
Collimator
support
Squeeze collimator
to insert tabs
B
Fig. 17-3 Install the flame collimator
Carry over
slot
Fig. 17-4 Install the clip into the carry over slot
17
INSTALLATION (cont.)
INSTALL THE COOKING GRID
Carefully place the cooking grid onto the front and rear
grid rests of the unit (see Fig. 18-1).
Note: When using a wok for stir fry cooking, remove
the cooking grid and the wok will be supported
by the collimator.
INSTALL THE POWER BURNER COVER
Carefully place the cover over the cooking grid area of
the unit. It is recommended to keep the cover on when
the unit is not in use. Do not operate the unit with
the cover in place.
Stainless steel cooking grid shown here
Fig. 18-1 Install cooking grid
18
USE, CARE, & SERVICE
LIGHTING (IGNITION) INSTRUCTIONS
Read all instructions before lighting, and follow these instructions each time you light the unit.
ELECTRONIC LIGHTING
MANUAL LIGHTING
Note: Electronic lighting requires an installed 9-volt
battery with a good charge.
1. Open lid(s) or remove cover(s) from burner(s) to be lit.
2. Turn all gas control knob(s) to their OFF position(s).
3. Turn on the gas at its source.
Read
Readsetting
setting here
(OFF position
shown)
here
o
TTO
TTu
OFF
ONON
rnRN
TuTU
ToT O
F
FFF
OO
Nn
R
r
U
HI
LIGHT
Press
knob in
to turn
Note: DO NOT
turn on more
than one valve at
a time for either
electronic or
manual lighting.
HIGH to
Use
LIGHT
HI
(high)
to light
LOW
Fig. 19-1 - Control knob
4. Depress the desired control knob for 5 seconds,
then, while pressing turn it counterclockwise to the
HI LIGHT position. Once the burner lights, release
the knob.
CAUTION:
If a burner does not light within five (5)
seconds of turning on the control knob,
depress the knob and turn it to the OFF
position. WAIT FIVE (5) MINUTES
before repeating step 4. If you smell
gas, follow the instructions on the cover
of this manual. If the burners still do not
light after several attempts, refer to the
instructions for manual lighting.
CAUTION: Always wait five minutes for gas to clear
CAUTION:
Always wait five (5) minutes for gas to
after any unsuccessful lighting attempt.
clear after any unsuccessful lighting
WARNING: DO
NOT put hand directly above the burner
attempt.
when lighting but off to the side as shown
1. Follow steps
through 3 (left).
(Fig.119-2).
2.
a through
burning 3long-barrel
butane lighter or
1. Insert
Follow either
steps 1
(left).
a burning
long-stem
match
through butane
the cooking
grida
2a. Insert
either
a burning
long-barrel
lighter,
opening
to the top of
the lighting
tube (Fig.
19-2).
burning long-stem
match,
or a burning
match
heldFor
by
backburners,
hold
the
fl
ame
against
the
surface
a wire extension holder through the cooking grids of
to
the
backburner.
the desired
burner to be lit (Fig. 19-2). With the flame
stillsideburners,
next to the burner,
depress
the corresponding
For
hold the
flame against
the burner.
3. Hold
theknob
match
/ lighter
flameright
at the
top of
the burnerlighting
control
(outer
burnerknob,
inner
3. Hold
the
match
/
lighter
fl
ame
at
the
top
of
the
lighting
tube
for 5 seconds,
or, next toturn
theitbackburner.
Then
left knob),
and while pressing
counterclockwise
tube
for 5
or, next
to the
sideburner
depress
theseconds,
appropriate
control
and
while/
to the HI LIGHT
position. Remove
theknob
lighter
or match
backburner.
Then
depress the appropriate
pressing
it counterclockwise
HI control
LIGHT
when the turn
burner
lights, and release to
thethe
control
knob.
knob
and
while
pressing
turn
it
counterclockwise
to
position.
Remove
the
lighter
or
match
when
the
2b. To
manually
light
the
second
burner,
after
step
2a
the
HI LIGHT
position.
Removecontrol
the lighter
or match
burner
lights,
and release
knob.
has been
followed,
depressthe
the corresponding
control
when the burner lights, and release the control knob.
knob, and while pressing turn it counterclockwise to the
4. IfHIthe
burner
doesThe
notsecond
light within
LIGHT
position.
burnerfive
will(5)
lightseconds
from the
of
turning
control
knob, Release
immediately
depress
flame
of thethe
already
lit burner.
the control
knob.
the
knob
and
turn
the
valve
to
OFF.
WAIT
FIVE
3. If the burner does not light within five (5) seconds
(5)
MINUTES
steps 2 through
of
of turning
the before
control repeating
knob, IMMEDIATELY
turn4the
the
MANUAL
burner
control LIGHTING
knob to theinstructions.
OFF position. WAIT FIVE
MINUTES before repeating steps 2 and 3 of the
MANUAL LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS.
Lighter
Lighting
tube
Outer
Burner
Fig. 19-2 - Manual lighting
Control
5. Repeat step 4 for each additional burner to be lit.
Fig. 19-2 - Manual lighting
SHUTTING OFF THE UNIT
To shut off the unit, depress each valve control knob
and while pressing turn it clockwise to the OFF position.
Always close the valve from the gas supply after each
use of the unit.
WHEN USING A PORTABLE PROPANE TANK
Propane tanks are equipped with a safety shutdown
device that may cause low or no gas pressure/flame
at the burners if operating and lighting instructions
are not followed exactly (See important note in the
TROUBLESHOOTING section for more details.)
19
ALLUMAGE DES INSTRUCTIONS (D’ALLUMAGE)
Lisez toutes les instructions avant l’allumage, et suivez ces instructions chaque fois vous lumière le unité.
ÉCLAIRAGE ÉLECTRONIQUE
Note:
ÉCLAIRAGE MANUEL
ATTENTION: Attendez toujours cinq minutes le gaz pour se
ATTENTION: dégager
Attendezaprès
toujours
(5) minutes
le gaz
que cinq
n’importe
quelle tentative
pour
se
dégager
après
que
n’importe
quelle
non réussie d’éclairage.
L’éclairage électronique exige une batterie installée
de 9 volts avec une bonne charge.
RRN O
SUTU
TO
1. Ouvrez les couvercles ou enlevez les couvertures des brûleurs
tentative non réussie d’éclairage.
AVERTISSEMENT: Ne mettez pas la main directement aupour être Lit.
dessus
en s’allumant mais au
1. Suivez les étapes
1 à du
3 (àbrûleur
gauche).
2. Tournez tous les boutons de commande de gaz à leurs
loin au côté comme montré (Fig. 20-2).
2. Passez un allumeur brûlant de butane de long-baril ou
positions de repos.
1. Suivez
les étapes
1 à 3 (à
une allumette
brûlante
degauche).
long-tige. dans la grille à cuire
3. Allumez le gaz à sa source.
2a. Insérez
unau
allumeur
butane de(Fig.
long-baril,
une
s’ouvrant
dessus brûlant
du tubede
d’éclairage.
20-2). Pour
allumette
brûlante de
long-tige,
ou une
allumette
brûlante
des
backburners,
tenez
la
fl
amme
contre
le
surface
du
Note:
N’ouvrez
LisezRead
l’établissement
ici
setting
tenue
par unPour
support
prolongation
de fila
l par
les grilles
à
(OUTRE
de montrer)
here
backburner.
desde
sideburners,
tenez
flamme
contre
pas plus d’une
cuire
au
brûleur
désiré
à
allumer
(Fig.
20-2).
Avec
la
fl
amme
le brûleur.
va l ve à l a fo i s
FFE
OD
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Fig. 20-1 - bouton de commande
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secondes, puis, et tout en pressant le tour il dans le sens
contraire des aiguilles d’une montre dans la position
LÉGÈRE de HI. Une fois que le brûleur s’allume, libérez
le bouton.
ATTENTION :
Si un brûleur ne s’allume pas dans cinq
(5) secondes d’allumer le bouton de
commande, enfoncez le bouton et tournezle à la position de repos. ATTENDEZ CINQ
(5) MINUTES avant de répéter l’étape 4. Si
vous sentez le gaz, suivez les instructions
sur la couverture de ce manuel. Si les
brûleurs ne s’allument toujours pas après
que plusieurs tentatives, se rapportent aux
instructions pour l’éclairage manuel.
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de HI. Le deuxième brûleur s’allumera de la flamme du brûleur
immédiatement le bouton et tournez la valve à AU LOIN.
déjà allumé. Libérez le bouton de commande.
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de tourner le bouton de commande, tournez immédiatement
le bouton de commande de brûleur à la position de repos.
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et 3 des INSTRUCTIONS MANUELLES d’ÉCLAIRAGE.
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Fig. 20-2 - Éclairage Control
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Fig. 20-2 - Manual lighting
ARRÊT DU UNITÉ
Pour couper le unité, diminuez chaque bouton de commande
de valve et tout en pressant tour il dans le sens des aiguilles
d’une montre à la position de repos.
Fermez toujours la valve de la fourniture de gaz après chaque
utilisation du unité.
EN EMPLOYANT UN RÉSERVOIR DE PROPANE PORTATIF
Des réservoirs de propane sont équipés d’un dispositif
d’arrêt de sûreté qui peut ne pas causer le bas ou aucunes
pression de gaz/flamme aux brûleurs si le fonctionnement
et l’allumage des instructions ne sont pas suivis exactement
(voir la note importante dans la section de dépannage pour
plus de détails.)
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CARE & CLEANING
APPLIANCE MUST BE COMPLETELY COOL WHEN CLEANING. DO NOT
SPRAY ANY CLEANER OR LIQUIDS ON THE APPLIANCE WHEN HOT.
The appliance must be cleaned as often as once a month (depending on
use) to prevent grease build-up and other food deposits.
A clean and well maintained appliance prevents the risk grease fires.
Reference the GRILL MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY section.
INTERIOR
Wipe with grain
THE BURNER PORTS MUST BE KEPT CLEAN TO ENSURE PROPER IGNITION
AND OPERATION.
Remove the burner (see the CHECK BURNER ORIFICES section) and clean the
ports as required. Also inspect and clean the burner inlet for insects and nests. A
clogged burner can lead to a fire in the bottom of the appliance.
Fig. 21-1 Wipe with grain
The inside of the appliance may be cleaned periodically with oven cleaner if desired. Follow the oven cleaner instructions for
proper use.
Be careful not to get oven cleaner on the outside surface of the appliance as it can permanently damage the finish.
EXTERIOR
Stainless steel surfaces when exposed to temperatures produced by the grilling process will change color. The stainless steel
will change color from silver to brown and blue. This can be removed by using stainless steel cleaner.
Clean your appliance by first using stainless steel grill cleaner to remove grease and dirt. Always wipe with the grain (See
Fig. 21-1). Next, apply stainless steel polish and wipe down using polish wipes to restore the stainless steel color.
If your appliance is installed in a seaside (salt air) or poolside (chlorine) location, it will be more susceptible to corrosion and
must be maintained/cleaned more frequently. Do not store chemicals (such as chlorine or fertilizer) near your stainless steel
appliance.
Due to the nature of stainless steel, surface iron oxide deposits may appear. Do not be alarmed – these deposits are removable
with stainless steel cleaner through prompt and periodic maintenance. If not attended to promptly, permanent pitting may occur.
By following these recommendations, you will enjoy the beauty and convenience of your appliance for many years to come.
DRIP TRAY
The drip collector allows you to brush or scrape residue from the unit’s inner liner into the drip tray. Regular cleaning
of the unit’s interior with oven cleaner will help prevent grease fires.
Fire Magic offers drip tray liners for easy cleaning. After each use, wait for the unit to cool and carefully pull out the drip tray
to check it. When a tray liner is nearing full, carefully lift it out of the drip tray, lifting with both hands to keep the tray level until
it is safely discarded. Then insert a new drip tray liner.
If a tray liner is not installed, carefully remove the drip tray and empty the contents. Replace the tray.
Order more drip tray liners through your local Fire Magic dealer.
PROTECTING YOUR APPLIANCE FROM THE WEATHER
An optional cover will protect your appliance when not in use. Allow to cool before covering. Please specify the model number
and serial number of your appliance when ordering a cover.
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CONVERT GAS TYPE / CHECK BURNER ORIFICES
CAUTION: Make sure the unit is at a safe temperature and is
isolated from gas and electrical supplies before
beginning.
A
Gas regulator cap
For your safety, exercise caution, and make sure you have
adequate hand protection, such as gloves, when handling metal
parts.
APPLY CONVERSION LABEL
This unit comes from the factory configured for one type of gas
as marked on the label behind the control panel.
When the unit is converted, the label for the new gas
(included at original shipping) MUST be filled out and
applied next to the existing label mentioned above.
CONVERT REGULATOR
The gas regulator, located behind the control panel, must be set
for the type of gas used to fuel the unit. To check the regulator
setting, remove the cap in the center of the regulator (Fig. 22-1,
A). Holding the cap vertical (see Fig. 22-2, B), the letters at the
bottom of the plastic stalk indicate the gas type for which the
regulator is currently configured.
If the text on the bottom of the regulator stalk does not match
the gas type connected to the unit, remove the stalk from the
cap, invert, and replace into center of cap. Replace cap on the
regulator, screwing down until snug.
B
Invert if
needed
Read gas
type here
(LP shown)
Fig. 22-1 Convert regulator
CONVERT GAS ORIFICES
When converting the unit to a different gas type, each burner’s
orifice must be replaced with the corresponding orifice for the
new gas.
See MODEL SPECIFICATIONS TABLE, Table 1 at the beginning
of this document to determine the proper orifice sizes for each
burner.
Important: It is critical to the operation of each burner that
its orifice be fully inserted into the center of
its orifice opening.
WARNING
HAZARDOUS OVERHEATING WILL OCCUR IF A NATURALGAS ORIFICE IS USED WITH PROPANE GAS.
CONNECT TO NEW GAS SUPPLY
Plumb the unit as appropriate for the new gas supply. (Additional
components may be needed for your specific setup.) Be sure
to leak test at all connections.
Continued on next page
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CONVERT GAS TYPE / CHECK BURNER ORIFICES (cont.)
CONVERT/CHECK POWER BURNER ORIFICE
1. Remove the cooking grid. Grip the flame collimator and
remove it by compressing the ring slightly front to back and
lifting the compressed end upward. Reference the figure
in the INSTALL THE FLAME COLLIMATOR section.
2. Check the orifice size by lifting the burner up and out of
the locator hole and pulling it away from the orifices. The
orifice size is stamped on the orifice face. Be sure not to
lose the air shutter or air shutter spring which may become
detached when the burner is removed.
3. If an orifice change is necessary, replace the orifice with
the correct-size.
Burner air
venturi
4. Install the air shutter spring and the air shutter over the
orifice holder fitting, between the burner and the heat
shield, in the order and position shown in Fig. 23-1.
5. Repeat for the other burner.
Orifice
6. Carefully place the burner stud back in the locator hole
so that the brass orifice and orifice holder fittings project
into the burner air venturi. When the burner stud fits in the
Fig. 23-1 Burner air shutter / orifice orientation
locator hole the orifice is in alignment.
7. Replace the flame collimator and cooking grid.
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AIR SHUTTER ADJUSTMENT
Power burner air shutter(s) are located on the necks of
the power burner as shown in Fig. 24-1.
CAUTION: DO NOT handle a hot burner without
adequate hand protection.
To adjust the air shutters:
Air shutters
1. Remove the cooking grid. Grip the flame collimator
and remove it by compressing the ring slightly front
to back and lifting the compressed end upward.
Reference the figure in the INSTALL THE FLAME
COLLIMATOR section.
2. Lift the back of the burner upward so that the burner
stud in the bottom back clears the locator hole in the
burner rest.
3. Move the burner back away from the front of the power
burner while continuing to lift the back upward so that
it clears the rear firewall.
4. Turn the shutter to the desired opening size and
replace the burner to test the effect on the flame (see
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS).
Burner flames should burn evenly (mostly blue). A
proper flame pattern will ensure safe operation and
optimal performance. Reference the MAINTENANCE
AND SAFETY INFORMATION section.
5. Replace the flame collimator and cooking grid.
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Fig. 24-1 Air shutter adjustment
CONTROL PANEL REMOVAL
To remove the control panel:
1. Turn the control knobs to the OFF position and turn off the gas supply to the unit.
2. Pull the control knobs from the stems and set aside.
3. Remove the drip tray.
4. Using a Phillips screwdriver, unscrew and remove the control panel fastener screws and washers
(located on the left and right front face of the control panel). Retain the screws for later re-installation.
5. Carefully open the control panel by lifting and pulling the control panel from the frame.
Important: Prior to fully removing the control panel, you must disconnect the battery holder assembly
wires that are located behind the control panel.
Note: Whenever reconnecting any wires, apply a small amount of dielectric grease to the male connector,
then make the connection. This will ensure conductivity and prevent moisture from affecting the
contact.
Important: During reinstallation; prior to opening the gas shut-off valve, be sure the control knobs are
in the OFF position.
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NOTES PAGE
Please use this page to record any information about your unit that you may want to have at hand.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have trouble with the unit, please use this list to identify the problem. By trying one or more of the solutions
to the possible cause, you should be able to solve the problem. If this list does not cover your present problem, or
if you have other technical difficulties with the unit, please contact your local dealer.
PROBLEM
Ignition system
failure
Insufficient heat /
low flame
Uneven heating
POSSIBLE CAUSE
CORRECTION
1. Improper air shutter adjustment
1. Adjust air shutters.
2. Ignition wire disconnected
2. Reconnect wires into generator.
3. Igniter malfunction
3. Contact dealer for replacement.
4. Low gas pressure
4. Have gas company check the operating
pressure at the unit.
5. Dead battery
5. Replace battery.
1. Burner ports clogged
1. Remove burners and clean out ports.
2. Improper air shutter adjustment
2. Adjust air shutters.
3. Using propane orifice for natural gas
3. Change orifices.
4. Low gas pressure/flame (natural)
4. Have gas company check the operating
pressure at the unit.
5. Low gas pressure/flame (propane)
5. Refill propane tank, or reset propane tank
safety*: Shut off all valves (including propane
tank) and follow lighting instructions exactly.
6. L.P. regulator hose cracked due to age
6. Replace L.P. regulator hose.
1. Burner ports partially blocked by debris
1. Remove burners and clean out ports.
2. Small spiders or insects in burner
2. Inspect burners for spider webs or other debris that
may block gas flow.
3. Improper air shutter adjustment
3. Adjust air shutters.
1. Valve “Low” setting needs adjustment
1. Light burner on HIGH, immediately turn to LOW
setting. Remove knob from valve and using a
small flat screwdriver, slowly turn the adjustment
screw in the stem, a little at a time (30° to 45°), in
either direction, until the flame is approximately
1/4” in height from burner ports.
Burner goes out
on LOW
Table 2
Note: *Propane tanks are equipped with a safety shutdown device that may cause low or no gas/flame at the
burners if operating and lighting instructions are not followed exactly. If you suspect the propane tank
safety shutoff is in effect: 1) Shut off all grill valves. 2) Shut off tank valve. 3) Open and close a main
burner valve. 4) Open tank valve. 5) Follow the LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS. Lighting instructions are
located in the owner’s manual and printed on the unit's metal drip tray. If the problem persists, continue
troubleshooting, or contact your local dealer or distributor for assistance.
REPLACING THE IGNITER BATTERY
To replace the 9V battery powering the igniters, pull out the
battery holder located on the outside of the control panel. It
may be necessary to lift the drawer up slightly before it will pull
out. Disconnect the battery from the connector and replace it
connecting the new battery and close the drawer (see Fig. 27-1).
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Fig. 27-1
WARRANTY
PETERSON FIRE MAGIC GRILLS AND ACCESSORIES
LIMITED WARRANTY
Robert H. Peterson Co. ("RHP") warrants your Fire Magic® grill to be free from defects in material and workmanship.
Fire Magic® cast stainless-steel burners, stainless-steel cooking grids, and stainless-steel housings are warranted for as long as you own
your Fire Magic® grill -- LIFETIME. (Except as noted below.)
Fire Magic Choice stainless steel tubular burners are warranted for TWENTY (20) YEARS.
Fire Magic® cast brass burners, brass valves, inner liners, manifold assemblies, porcelain housings (including ovens and barbecue faces),
and backburner assemblies (except ignition parts) are warranted for FIFTEEN (15) YEARS.
Fire Magic® Electric Grills, including stainless steel grid, and housings are warranted for TEN (10) YEARS.
Fire Magic® Infra-red burners, flavor grids, Charcoal stainless steel grills, and Smokers are warranted for FIVE (5) YEARS; except for the
charcoal pan, charcoal grid, wood pellet screen, thermometer, and ash tray; which are warranted for ONE (1) YEAR.
Fire Magic® sideburners and all other Fire Magic® grill components (except ignition and electronic parts) are warranted for THREE (3)
YEARS.
Fire Magic® ignition systems (excluding batteries), electronic components (including lights and thermometers), and grill accessories are
warranted for ONE (1) YEAR.
A COPY OF YOUR SALES SLIP FOR PROOF OF PURCHASE IS REQUIRED
This warranty applies to the original purchaser for products which are installed in the United States or Canada and which are operated and maintained
as intended for single family residential usage. This warranty is valid only with proof of purchase, shall commence on the date of purchase, and shall
terminate (both as to original and any replacement products) on the anniversary date of the original purchase of the product stated on the above schedules.
This warranty covers defects in material and workmanship. This warranty does not cover parts which become defective as a result of negligence, misuse,
use not in compliance with the Owner’s Manual/Installation Instructions, accidental damage, improper handling, improper storage, improper installation,
lack of required routine maintenance (as specified in the Owner’s Manual/Installation Instructions), electrical damage, local gas impurities or failure
to protect against combustibles. Product must be installed (and gas must be connected) as specified in the Owner’s Manual/Installation Instructions by
a qualified professional installer. Modifications to products which are not specifically authorized will void this warranty. Accessories, parts, valves,
remotes, etc. when used must be Peterson products or this warranty is void. Warrantied items will be repaired or replaced at Peterson’s sole discretion.
This warranty does not apply to rust, corrosion, oxidation, or discoloration unless the affected part becomes inoperable.
This warranty does not cover labor or labor related charges, except as provided by separate specific written programs from the Peterson Co. All repair
work must be performed by a qualified professional service person and requires prior approval of Peterson.
Peterson may require the defective product or part to be returned to the factory to determine the cause of failure. Peterson will pay freight charges if
the product or part is determined to be defective. This warranty does not cover breakage in shipment from our (Independent) distributor to its customer
if the damage is determined to have occurred during that shipment.
This warranty specifically excludes liability for indirect, incidental, or consequential damages. Some states and provinces do not allow the exclusion
or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specified legal rights, and
you may have other rights that vary from state to state or province.
For additional information regarding this warranty, or to place a warranty claim, contact the R. H. Peterson dealer where the product was purchased.
TO REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ONLINE GO TO: WWW.RHPETERSON.COM,
AND CLICK ON PRODUCT REGISTRATION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PURCHASE.
Quality Check
Burner Orifices Nat.
Date:_________________
L.P.
Leak Test: ___________ Model#:
___________________
Main:
____ ____
Burn Test: ___________ Serial#:
___________________
Other:
____ ____
Gas Type:
Nat. / L.P.
Air Shutter: ___________________
Inspector:
___________________
Robert H. Peterson Co. • 14724 East Proctor Avenue • City of Industry, CA 91746
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