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Broilmaster Q3PK1 Slow Cooker Grill Package Owner Manual
P R E M I U M G R I LL S
Q3PK1-3
Q3X GRILL WITH BLACK CART AND ONE BLACK SHELF
GAS-FIRED
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
IMPORTANT
This manual should be read thoroughly by the installer and by anyone who will use
or maintain the grill.
Installer - Write the model number, serial number, and date of installation in the manual.
If available, attach a copy of the receipt. Leave this manual with the grill owner.
Grill Owner - Read and retain this manual. It contains instructions on using and maintaining your grill, plus information on ordering replacements parts. Attach a copy of
your receipt to this manual. Your receipt established the proof of purchase required
for warranty replacement parts.
WARNING
Follow the instruction in this manual for proper installation and maintenance of the
grill. Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
injury or property damage. For assistance or additional information consult a
qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
DANGER: FOR YOUR SAFETY
1.
2.
3.
4.
Extinguish any open flame.
Shut off gas to the appliance.
Open the grill lid.
If odor continues, keep away from the appliance call
your gas supplier or your fire department.
WARNING: FOR YOUR SAFETY
1.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity
of this or any appliance.
2. Only the LP tank connected for use shall be placed in the vicinity of this grill.
CAUTION:
Parts may have sharp edges. Wear leather work gloves and handle parts carefully
during unpacking, assembly and installation.
WARNING
For LP grills, use propane cylinders equipped with an Overfill Protection Device (OPD).
An overfilled or improperly filled propane cylinder can be dangerous.
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Thank you for purchasing a Premium Gas Grill.
Broilmaster takes pride in its reputation as the The Most Durable Grill Known to Man.
From its thick aluminum casting to its massive cooking grids, your Broilmaster
is built to last. In fact we still make replacement parts for Broilmaster grills built
more than 30 years ago.
Visit www.broilmaster.com and click on the Hall of Fame to see a sampling of
our long-time customers. We hope you enjoy years of great meals prepared on
your Broilmaster. And we hope to add your photo to the Hall of Fame one day.
Thank You!
Broilmaster
is a registered trademark of
Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
Belleville, Illinois
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TAble of Contents
You have chosen the finest grill for your outdoor cooking pleasure.
Please take time to read this entire manual before assembling your Premium Broilmaster gas grill.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS...................................................................................................... 5
Q3PK1 SERIES PARTS DIAGRAM............................................................................................ 6
CART HARDWARE PACK - B102002........................................................................................ 7
GRILL HEAD HARDWARE PACK - B102153............................................................................ 8
SHELF HARDWARE PACK - B101658....................................................................................... 9
UNPACK AND REMOVE LID.................................................................................................... 10
CART BASE ASSEMBLY.......................................................................................................... 11
CART WALLS ASSEMBLY....................................................................................................... 12
ATTACH WALLS TO BASE....................................................................................................... 13
INSTALL REAR BRACE........................................................................................................... 14
INSTALL RUBBER GUARD AND BUSHING............................................................................ 15
INSERT BURNER HOLD-DOWN BOLT................................................................................... 16
ATTACH BOTTOM CASTING TO CART.................................................................................. 17
ATTACH SIDE SHELF..........................................................................................................18-21
WIND DEFLECTOR PLACEMENT........................................................................................... 22
INSERT CONTROL PANEL....................................................................................................... 23
ATTACH IGNITOR WIRE........................................................................................................... 24
INSTALL BURNER ASSEMBLY................................................................................................ 25
CONNECT IGNITOR LEADS.................................................................................................... 26
KNOB AND BATTERY PLACEMENT....................................................................................... 27
HEAT SHIELD PLACEMENT.................................................................................................... 28
INSTALL TANK RETAINER AND GREASE CUP..................................................................... 29
INSTALL SMOKER DRAWER..............................................................................................30-31
ASSEMBLE DRIP PAN............................................................................................................. 32
INSTALL COOKING GRID AND BUCKET................................................................................ 33
INSTALL HANDLE.................................................................................................................... 34
REINSTALL LID......................................................................................................................... 35
PROPANE GAS GRILLS......................................................................................................36-38
CONNECTING PROPANE GAS GRILL............................................................................... 39-40
CONNECTING NATURAL GAS GRILL..................................................................................... 41
NATURAL GAS GRILLS........................................................................................................... 42
COMPLETED ASSEMBLY........................................................................................................ 43
OWNER’S MANUAL FOR Q3PK1 GRILLS......................................................................... 44-56
OPERATION - PROPANE AND NATURAL GAS GRILLS............................................... 44-45
MAINTENANCE...............................................................................................................46-47
TROUBLESHOOTING.......................................................................................................... 48
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION........................................................................... 49-50
COOKING TIPS...............................................................................................................51-52
WARRANTY TERMS............................................................................................................ 53
GRILL MAINTENANCE HISTORY........................................................................................ 54
MASTER PARTS DISTRIBUTOR LIST................................................................................ 55
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS...................................................................................... 55
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
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Q3PK1 SERIES PARTS DIAGRAM
B101883 (1)
DPP155
GRILL BODY TOP
B100561 (1)
SIDE SHELF
B1005559 (1)
SUPPORT BRACKET FRONT
B100993 (1)
SHELF SUPPORT STIFFENER
B102492 (1)
LID HANDLE (W/SCREWS)
B073097 (1)
B101473 (1)
FOAM GRIP
B101732(1)
GREASE CUP
COOKING SCREEN (2) PIECES
B101969 (1)
B101582 (1)
BRACKET ATTACH ASSEMBLY
REAR BRACE
B102122 (1)
B100560 (1)
SUPPORT BRACKET BACK
CART SHIELD
B101718 (1)
B102049 (1)
DRIP PAN
RIGHT SIDE PANEL
B101769 (1)
DRIP TRAY DRAIN (2) PIECES
B101635 (1)
RUBBER GUARD
B102048 (1)
B101747 (1)
LEFT SIDE PANEL
DRIP TRAY DRAIN PIPE
B101780 (1)
B101584 (1)
BUCKET HOOK
FRONT PANEL
B101778 (1)
DRAIN PIPE SHUT OFF VALVE
DPP113 (1)
DPP117 (1)
COLLECTOR BOX ASSEMBLY
BURNER ASSEMBLY
B101833 (1)
ELECTRODE BRACKET
B101666 (1)
ELECTRODE
B064791 (1)
B101415 (1)
CYLINDER RETAINER
PLASTIC BASE
B102041 (1)
PROTECTIVE SLEEVE
DPP118 (1)
BURNER BRACKET
DPP7SS (1)
B057804 (2)
HINGE PIN
WIND DEFLECTOR
B101417 (2)
CASTER W/O BRAKE
B101880 (1)
GRILL BODY BOTTOM
B101416 (2)
CASTER WITH BRAKE
B101622(1)
B069756 (1)
CONTROL PANEL SHIELD
HOSE & LPS REGULATOR
B101779 (1)
BUCKET
B100743 (1)
CONTROL PANEL ASSEMBLY
B101420 (1,LP) OR B101421 (1,NAT)
VALVE LPG OR NATURAL
B101724(1)
SMOKER BOX
B072218 (1)
ELECTRONIC IGNITOR
B062998 (1)
B057805 (2)
COTTER PIN
SMOKER KNOB
B070084 (2)
VALVE KNOB
P315 (2, LP) P208 (2, NAT)
ORIFICE LPG OR NATURAL
B101781 (1)
DRAWER SUPPORT
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CART HARDWARE PACK - B102002
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS,1/4-20 X 3/4
B072217
(8)
KEPS NUT,
SS,1/4-20
B100385
(4)
LOCK WASHER,
1/4 ID X 1/2 OD
B100139
(1)
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS,1/4-20 X 1-1/4
B100113
(1)
KEPS NUT,
SS,10-24
B073967
(8)
WING NUT,
1/4-20
R1123
(1)
FLAT WASHER,
SS,1/4 ID X 5/8
OD
B076332
(4)
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS, 10-24 X 1/2
R4056
(6)
SNAP BUSHING,
1/2"
R896
(1)
HEX HEAD BOLT,
SS,1/4-20 X 3/4
B063096
(4)
Standard hardware items such as bolts, screws, washers, and nuts can be purchased at your local hardware store. Do not order individual pieces of standard hardware. A replacement hardware pack may be
ordered using the hardware pack part number at the top of the page.
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GRILL HEAD HARDWARE PACK - B102256
Standard hardware items such as bolts, screws, washers, and nuts can be purchased at your local hardware store. Do not order individual pieces of standard hardware. A replacement hardware pack may be
ordered using the hardware pack part number at the top of the page.
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SHELF HARDWARE PACK - B101658
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
10-16 X 3/4
B100563
(4)
SELF-DRILLING PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS,10-16 X 1/2
R4059
(2)
PHILLIPS TRUSS HEAD SCREW,
SS,1/4-3/4
B072217
(2)
FLAT WASHER,
SS,1/4 ID X 1
OD
B101640
(2)
LOCK WASHER,
1/4 ID X 1/2 OD
B076333
(2)
FLAT WASHER,
1/4 ID X 5/8 OD
B076332
(2)
HEX NUT,
SS,1/4-20
B076331
(2)
Standard hardware items such as bolts, screws, washers, and nuts can be purchased at your local hardware store. Do not order individual pieces of standard hardware. A replacement hardware pack may be
ordered using the hardware pack part number at the top of the page.
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UNPACK AND REMOVE LID
REMOVING LID
To ease assembly, remove Grill Lid.
Remove the two Pins and Clips at the
rear of the Grill Lid and set aside.
After Pins and Lid have been
removed, remove the contents from
inside the Grill.
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CART BASE ASSEMBLY
FR
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Install the two Casters with Brakes in
the front of the Base.
BRAKE
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CART WALLS ASSEMBLY
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS,10-24 X 1/2
R4056 (6)
KEPS NUT,
SS, 10-24
B073967(6)
3/8”
Be careful when handling parts, as
they may contain sharp edges. Work
gloves are recommended to prevent
injury.
Remove protective plastic covering.
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ATTACH WALLS TO BASE
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS,1/4-20 X 3/4
B072217 (4)
Install all four Screws before tightening.
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INSTALL REAR BRACE
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS,1/4-20 X 3/4
B072217 (2)
KEPS NUT,
SS, 1/4-20
B100385 (2)
7/16”
REAR BR
ACE
Make sure the Rear Brace goes in the
cutout of the Support Bracket.
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INSTALL RUBBER GUARD AND BUSHING
SNAP BUSHING,
1/2”
R896(1)
RUBBER
GUARD,
B101635(1)
RUBBER GUARD
BUSHING
Insert Bushing in the Front Panel on the
right.
Install Rubber Guard over Cart cut out.
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INSERT BURNER HOLD-DOWN BOLT
PHILLIPS PAN
HEAD SCREW
SS, 1/4-20 X 1-1/2
B101649 (1)
HEX NUT,
SS, 1/4-20
B076331(1)
.
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7/16”
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ATTACH BOTTOM CASTING TO CART
HEX HEAD BOLT
SS, 1/4-20 X 3/4
B063096 (4)
FLAT WASHER,
SS, 1/4 ID X 5/8 OD
B076332 (4)
.
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7/16”
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ATTACH SIDE SHELF
PHILLIPS TRUSS HEAD SCREW,
SS, 1/4-20 X 3/4
B072217 (2)
FLAT WASHER,
1/4 ID X 5/8 OD
B076332 (2)
.
7/16”
.
FLAT WASHER,
SS, 1/4 ID X 1 OD
B101640 (2)
LARGE
WASHER ON
INSIDE
.
.
LOCK WASHER,
1/4 ID X 1/2 OD
B076333 (2)
..
.
.
HEX NUT,
SS, 1/4-20
B076331 (2)
.
CORRECT
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.
.
Ensure that the Side
Shelf Bracket Assembly
is installed so that the
Match Light Access
Hole is on the bottom.
INCORRECT
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ATTACH SIDE SHELF
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
10-16 X 3/4
B100563 (4)
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ATTACH SIDE SHELF
SELF-DRILLING PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS, 10-16 X 1/2
R4059 (2)
Leave Screws loose
until next step.
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ATTACH SIDE SHELF
Hang the side Brackets on the lower
Pins of the Bracket attach assembly.
Tighten the two 10-16 x 1/2 Phillips
screws from previous step.
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WIND DEFLECTOR PLACEMENT
Place the Wind Deflector in the bottom
Casting.
The Wind Deflector cannot
be installed until after the bottom Casting
is installed on the Cart.
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INSERT CONTROL PANEL
KEPS NUT,
SS, 10-24
B073967(2)
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ATTACH IGNITOR WIRE
GROUND
LUG
Connect the ground wire to the ground
lug on the Collector Box before
installing the burner into the casting.
COLLECTOR BOX
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INSTALL BURNER ASSEMBLY
COTTER PIN,
B057805(1)
1
Slide the Venturi on to the Valve
Assembly to the left as shown.
Raise the unsecured end of the Burner
Bracket and slip it over the Phillips
Truss Head Screw. The screw will fit
into the hole on the Burner Bracket.
Insert Cotter Pin.
Insert the Burner Assembly into
the Grill bottom with the Venturi
Tubes facing the front of the Grill.
Note: Ignitor Wires run through center
hole with Venturi.
2
3
4
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CONNECT IGNITOR LEADS
IGNITER
IGNITOR
Route Leads from Burner through
Bushing and secure to Ignitor
Terminals (polarity is not important).
The Ignitor terminals do
not have a polarity.
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KNOB AND BATTERY PLACEMENT
Unscrew the Ignitor Knob from the
Control Panel, and insert AA Battery,
positive side up, and replace Ignitor
Button.
AFTER
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HEAT SHIELD PLACEMENT
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS,1/4-20 X 3/4
B072217 (2)
KEPS NUT,
SS, 1/4-20
B100385 (2)
7/16”
2
1
3
Make sure Heat Shield is resting on the
cutout in the Side Panels before
tightening the screws and nuts.
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INSTALL TANK RETAINER AND GREASE CUP
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW
SS,1/4-20 X 1-1/4
B100113 (1)
WING NUT,
1/4-20
R1123 (1)
.
LOCK WASHER,
1/4 ID X 1/2 OD
B100139 (1)
.
Slide Grease Cup into
the cutout in the Heat Shield.
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INSTALL SMOKER DRAWER
PHILLIPS PAN HEAD SCREW,
SS,10-24 X 1
B073978 (1)
KEPS NUT,
SS, 10-24
B073967(1)
3/8”
Smoker Drawer
Attach Drawer Support Bracket
to inside front of Grill Body.
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INSTALL SMOKER DRAWER
Remove Plastic from Smoker Box.
Slide the Smoker Box through the
opening in the Grill Body.
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ASSEMBLE DRIP PAN
2
DRIP PAN
3/4” PIPE
PIPE SEALANT OR
TEFLON TAPE
Thread the 3/4" Pipe into the bottom of
the Drip Pan and tighten.
3
Assemble the two 45° Elbows.
Note: Make sure the fittings are set to
the proper position.
45° ELBOWS
1
Note: Pipe and Valve components are
packed inside the Smoker Box.
Lightly spread Pipe Sealant on all threads
before assembling to the Drip Pan.
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SHOWN IN PROPER
ORIENTATION
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INSTALL COOKING GRID AND BUCKET
3
Set Cooking Grids in place.
Note: The Cooking Grids allow two
cooking levels.
COOKING GRIDS
DRIP PAN
1
Lower the Drip Pan into the lower
Casting with the Drain Pipe on the right
side through the oval hole in the
bottom of the Casting. Make sure the
Pipe extends out through the bottom of
the Casting and the Drip Pan is sit level
on the holding tabs.
2
Slide the Drain Bucket Hanger into
place over the pipe and screw on the
Drain Shut Off Valve and tighten.
Note: Position Drain Shut Off Valve so
it does not interfere with the wall of the
Grill Head.
DRAIN BUCKET HANGER
4
DRAIN SHUT OFF VALVE
Hang the Drain Bucket on the Drain
Bucket Hanger.
DRAIN BUCKET
Close the valve if you will cook with
liquid.
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INSTALL HANDLE
Handle is shipped with screws installed.
Remove the screws, align handle with
top casting, and re-install screws.
Tip: For ease of installation, lightly
lubricate the inside of the Foam Grip with
Liquid Soap before twisting it on to
Handle.
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REINSTALL LID
HINGE PIN,
(FROM PREVIOUS STEPS)
B057804 (2)
COTTER PIN,
(FROM PREVIOUS STEPS)
B057805 (2)
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PROPANE GAS GRILLS
3/4”
For Natural Gas Grills please proceed
to page 41.
Attach the LP hose and Regulator to
the fitting on the Burner Control
Valve mounted on the Control Panel.
Tighten this connection with a wrench.
LP GAS REGULATOR AND HOSE
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PROPANE GAS GRILLS
Grill Location
Failure to follow these safety precautions could result in
a fire or explosion causing property damage or personal
injury.
Never operate your grill in any building, garage, or other
enclosed area. Never operate your grill in a recreational vehicle
or boat. Never operate your grill under any combustible materials,
such as carports, covered porches, awnings, or overhangs.
Use extreme caution when handling propane gas cylinders.
This grill is designed for outdoor use only.
CAUTION
Keep the sides of the grill at least 16 inches from any
combustible material. Keep the back of the grill at least
18 inches from any combustible material. Placing a hot
grill too close to a building or other combustible
material may lead to fire, property damage, or personal
injury. Combustible materials include fences, patio furniture, and your home.
Keep the area around the grill clear to ensure proper ventilation.
The ventilation openings on the propane cylinder enclosure must
also remain free and clear of debris.
Before lighting the grill, position it on a level surface away from
direct wind.
Never move a hot grill.
WARNING
Do not install or operate this grill where gasoline or other
flammable materials are used or stored. Failure to comply
with this warning could result in explosion or fire causing
property damage or personal injury.
Propane Cylinder Safety
Propane vapor fuels your grill. Propane is a liquid only when it
is highly compressed. Keeping it compressed requires a heavyduty tank - the LP cylinder.
Inside a full cylinder, the liquid propane makes up the bottom
80 percent; while propane vapor makes up the top 20 percent.
As you draw this vapor from the top of the tank, the liquid below
expands and turns to vapor. Once all of the liquid turns to vapor,
pressure inside the cylinder drops and gas flow stops.
Keep the cylinder upright while carrying.
While transporting in a vehicle, keep the cylinder upright and
secured to prevent movement. Never place a propane gas cylinder in the passenger area of a vehicle.
Replace any cylinder that has been dropped, dented, has a
malfunctioning valve, or is visibly damaged. Never attempt to
use or repair a damaged propane gas cylinder.
When refilling your cylinder, always insist on a reputable, qualified gas dealer. Your propane gas cylinder is filled by weight, and
should never exceed eighty percent (80%) of its weight limit. If
the cylinder is not completely empty, the gas dealer must make
adjustments to ensure it is not overfilled. Never use an overfilled
Propane gas cylinder.
When you finish grilling, turn off the grill’s burners and turn off
the gas at the cylinder. If the grill will not be used for an extend
period, remove the cylinder from the grill for storage.
Cylinder Storage
Store your grill outdoors in a well-ventilated area when the LP
cylinder is attached to it.
Store Propane cylinders in a secured upright position.
Keep children away from LP cylinders.
Store cylinders out of direct sunlight and well away from heat
sources. Do not store cylinders in a building, garage, or other
enclosed area.
Disconnected cylinders must have a threaded valve plug tightly
installed.
Do not store flammable materials near LP cylinders - including
gasoline, paper, grill covers, etc.
Liquid Propane (LP) gas has a long history of safe use when the
safety precautions provided in this manual are followed.
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PROPANE GAS GRILLS
Propane Cylinder Requirements
Your Broilmaster Premium Gas Grill requires a standard 20
pound propane gas cylinder, which is available from your grill
dealer, your LP supplier, and at most hardware and home stores.
CAUTION
Do not use a propane gas cylinder which has a capacity
greater than twenty pounds with this grill.
The propane gas cylinder used must be:
1. Constructed and marked in accordance with the specifications
for LP gas cylinder 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, and Commission as applicable.
WARNING
Use Propane gas cylinders equipped with an Overfill
Protection Device (OPD). An overfilled or improperly filled
propane cylinder can cause a fire or explosion.
ATTENTION: Propane gas cylinders must comply with Cylinder
Requirements and Connection Requirements above.
Note: Not all valve and cylinder combinations are compatible.
Check warning tag on valve and cylinder as well as external
fitting threads.
All Broilmaster pressure regulators and hose assemblies require
Propane cylinders with a Type 1 connection device as illustrated.
See Figure Below.
2. Provided with a listed overfilling protection device (OPD).
3. Provided with a listed safety device having direct access
with the vapor space of the cylinder and the cylinder supply
system must be arranged for vapor removal. (Which means
the valve assembly is located at top of the LP cylinder and
the cylinder must remain upright for the propane to come
out of the valve as vapor.)
4. Provided with a shutoff valve terminating in a valve outlet
as specified in the Standard for Compressed Gas Cylinder
Outlet and Inlet Connections, ANSICGA-V-1.
5. Provided with a plug to effectively seal off the cylinder outlet
when the cylinder is being stored or transported.
6. Provided with a collar to protect the cylinder valve.
Connection Requirements
Installation must conform to local codes or, in the absence of
local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1.
In Canada, installation shall be in accordance with CAN/CGAB149.2 Propane Installation Code, or CAN/CGA-B149.1 Natural
Gas Installation Code, and local codes where applicable. Consult
your local gas supplier or propane gas dealer for code regulations
and recommended procedures.
TYPE 1 LP CONNECTION
Inspect the threaded outlet on the tank and the threaded inlet on
the grill’s pressure regulator for dirt, nicks, or corrosion that might
interfere with a gas-tight connection. If the tank outlet shows
damage, return the tank to the supplier for a replacement. If the
grill’s pressure regulator shows nicks or other damage, contact
your dealer for genuine Broilmaster replacement parts.
CAUTION
Never use Liquid Propane (LP) gas in a grill designed
for Natural gas, or use Natural gas in a grill designed for
Liquid Propane gas. Questions regarding different types
of gases should be directed to your local gas supplier.
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CONNECTING PROPANE GAS GRILL
Pressure Regulator and Hose Assembly
The pressure regulator has an outlet pressure of not more than eleven inches water column. It must be connected to the Propane
gas cylinder’s female valve outlet before the grill can be operated.
WARNING
Operating a Propane gas grill without the pressure regulator and hose assembly will cause gas leaks which could lead
to fire or explosion, resulting in property damage or personal injury.
Inspect the threaded outlet on the tank and the threaded inlet on the grill’s pressure regulator for dirt, nicks, or corrosion that might
interfere with a gas-tight connection. If the tank outlet shows damage, return the tank to the supplier for a replacement. If the grill’s
pressure regulator shows nicks or other damage, contact your dealer for genuine Broilmaster replacement parts.
Loosen Wing Nut to slide Retaining
Bracket in position. Position the LP
Cylinder in the opening in the bottom of
the Cart and secure it with the Cylinder
Retaining Bracket. Tighten Wing Nut to
secure position.
3
1
Remove Grease Cup if necessary for
ease of installation.
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CONNECTING PROPANE GAS GRILL
Make sure the grill’s burner controls
are off. Open the valve on the top of
the LP cylinder, while listening for
leaks. If you hear a leak or smell gas,
turn off the valve and retighten the
connection. If the problem persists
contact your Broilmaster dealer.
Connect the grill to the LP cylinder
using the pressure regulator and hose
assembly supplied with your grill and
hand tighten.
1
2
3
To disconnect the Propane gas
cylinder, turn OFF the cylinder's valve
and the grill's control valve. Remove
the regulator by turning the plastic
handwheel counterclockwise.
Ensure that hose does not touch the
grill or rub any mounting
components. (Rotating the LP
cylinder slightly will usually change
the position of the hose.)
Caution: Do not use a wrench or any
other tool to tighten. A wrench or
other tool will damage the plastic
handwheel.
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CONNECTING NATURAL GAS GRILL
3/4”
Attach the Natural Gas hose to the
fitting on the Burner Control Valve
mounted on the Control Panel. Snug
this connection with a wrench.
12 FT QUICK DISCONNECT HOSE
Not Supplied (Purchased Accessory, NG12)
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NATURAL GAS GRILLS
Grill Location
This grill is designed for outdoor use only.
Never operate your grill in any building, garage, or other
enclosed area. Never operate your grill in a recreational vehicle
or boat. Never operate your grill under any combustible materials,
such as carports, covered porches, awnings, or overhangs.
CAUTION
Keep the sides of the grill at least 16 inches from any
combustible material. Keep the back of the grill at least
18 inches from any combustible material. Placing a hot
grill to close to a building or other combustible material
may lead to fire, property damage, or personal injury.
Combustible materials include fences, patio furniture,
and your home.
Keep the area around the grill clear to ensure proper ventilation.
WARNING
Do not install or operate this grill where gasoline or other
flammable materials are used or stored. Failure to comply
with this warning could result in explosion or fire causing
property damage or personal injury.
Connection Requirements
Broilmaster natural gas grills are not equipped with pressure
regulators. Your gas grill operates at a manifold pressure of
seven inches water column. (Your natural gas technician will
understand what this means.)
For a cart-mounted Natural gas grill have a trained technician
from your gas supplier or your grill dealer run the gas line to
a convenient location, terminating in a gas valve and a quickconnect gas fitting.
Connect your grill to this coupling using the twelve-foot flexible
hose with a quick disconnect fitting (available for purchase from
your Broilmaster dealer.)
CAUTION
The grill and its individual shutoff valve must be discon-
nected from the gas supply piping system during any
system pressure testing at test pressures in excess of
1/2 PSIG.
CAUTION
The grill must be isolated from the gas supply piping sys-
tem by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during
any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at
test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 PSIG.
Gas Type
The type gas required for your grill can be determined from the
product identification label located on the grill’s control panel.
Questions regarding different types of gases should be directed
to your local gas supplier.
CAUTION
Never use Liquid Propane (LP) gas in a grill designed
for Natural gas, or Natural gas in a grill designed for
Liquid Propane gas. Questions regarding different types
of gases should be directed to your local gas company.
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COMPLETED ASSEMBLY
Thank you for purchasing a Premium Gas Grill and we hope you
enjoy years of great meals prepared on your Broilmaster.
Please feel free to visit the Broilmaster Facebook page and share
photos of your Broilmaster grill.
Thank You!
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OPERATION - PROPANE AND NATURAL GAS GRILLS
Check for Gas Leaks
Check for gas leaks every time you connect your Broilmaster
propane gas grill to a Propane gas cylinder, when a connected
cylinder has not been used recently, or when either a natural or
propane grill is being used for the first time.
WARNING
Do not use an open flame when checking for leaks.
Checking for leaks with an open flame may lead to a fire or
explosion, resulting in property damage or personal injury.
To check for gas leaks:
1. Use water dish and a little dish washing liquid to make a
soapy solution.
2. Turn OFF the knob on the control panel.
3. Turn ON the gas at the supply or cylinder. A hissing sound
indicates a leak. Turn OFF the gas and repair the leak.
4. Apply the soapy water solution to all gas connections.
5. Look for bubbles. Bubbles indicate a leak.
6. If you see bubbles turn OFF the gas and repair the leak.
7. Turn the gas back ON and repeat the above procedures until
all leaks are repaired.
Air Shutter Adjustment
The venturi air shutter(s) are preset at the factory so that after
five minutes the burner flames are blue with well-defined cones.
If, after five minutes the flame is yellow, or there is a gap between
the burner and the flame, adjust the venturi air shutter as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn gas OFF and let the burner cool.
Loosen shutter set screw.
Close the air shutter to the minimum opening.
Light the burner, wait five minutes and then carefully open
the air shutter until the flame is blue and well defined.
5. Retighten the set screw.
Operating Instructions
Lighting with the Electric Ignitor
CAUTION
If a burner fails to light after 5 seconds, turn the burner
OFF for 5 minutes, to allow the gas to clear, then try again.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the grill lid.
Turn burner knob CLOCKWISE to the OFF position.
Turn ON the gas at the source.
With the grill lid open, push and turn the burner control knob
COUNTERCLOCKWISE to Hi.
5. Push and hold the ignitor button until the burner lights
(approximately 5 seconds).
6. If a burner does not light, turn OFF all gas and refer to the
Troubleshooting section of this manual.
Lighting with a Match
CAUTION
If a burner fails to light after 5 seconds, turn the burner
OFF for 5 minutes, to allow the gas to clear, then try again..
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the grill lid.
Turn the burner knob CLOCKWISE to the OFF position.
Turn ON gas at the source.
With the grill lid open, push and turn the burner control knob
COUNTERCLOCKWISE to HI.
5. Insert a long wooden lighted match through the lighter hole
on either side of the grill. See Figure Below.
6. If a burner does not light, turn OFF all gas and refer to the
Troubleshooting section of this manual.
Heat Indicator Recalibration
The heat indicator can be recalibrated if needed. Remove the heat
indicator from the grill and place the probe end in a pot of boiling
water. Set the heat indicator by turning the screw in the end of
the stem until it reads 212 degrees. The indicator is now set.
LIGHTING WITH A MATCH
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OPERATION - PROPANE AND NATURAL GAS GRILLS
Before Cooking
Before cooking on a grill for the first time, burn off any oil residue
from the manufacturing process.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Open the grill lid.
Light grill burner.
Burn on HI for ten minutes.
Close the lid and burn on HI for an additional ten minutes.
The grill is now ready for use.
Preheating
Before cooking on a gas grill, allow the grill to preheat on HI for
5 minutes with the lid closed.
Preheating uses very little fuel, provides better flavor, and
provides more consistent cooking times.
Electrical Accessories
Any electrical accessory (e.g. rotisserie) used must be electrically
grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of
local codes, with the National Electric Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. In
Canada, the electrical accessory must be electrically grounded in
accordance with the applicable section of the current Canadian
Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.
Any electrical accessory should be equipped with a threeprong (grounding) plug and plugged into a properly grounded
three-prong receptacle or wall outlet. Do not cut or remove the
grounding prong from the plug.
WARNING
If an extension cord is required, use only a three-prong cord
and plug into a properly grounded receptacle as described
above. Do not expose an electrical accessory to water. Avoid
using any electrical accessory in wet weather as it may present
a shock hazard.
WARNING
Keep any electrical cord and fuel supply hose away from all
heated surfaces.
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MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the Grill
CAUTION
To prevent injury, use care when cleaning a hot grill.
Buy a good grill brush. Inexpensive grill brushes tend to lose
their metal bristles, which can stick to your cooking grids and
become embedded in foods.
A grill builds up a patina of smoke residue. This “seasoning” is
normal and actually enhances the flavor of your foods. If the
build-up grows too thick, it can flake off and fall onto your food.
To remove excess build-up, let the grill cool completely and then
brush thoroughly with a high-quality grill brush.
Note: Do not use a commercial cleaner on the cooking grid.
For baked-on residue use a grill brush on the cooking grid
and other components.
Grids and Drip Pan
The grids are made of high quality stainless steel and should
be cleaned with a brass or stainless steel brush while the grill
is still warm.
The drip pan is made of high quality stainless steel as well and
can be cleaned with a scraping tool. The pan must be kept clean
of heavy build-up for the grill to perform properly and to reduce
flare-ups. Clean as needed or approximately every 10 uses.
Grill Bottom
Once or twice a year remove cooking grids and drip pan to clean
the interior of the grill. Scrape off baked on residue with a putty
knife or brass brush and rinse with water.
Burner Maintenance
Stainless steel burners often turn reddish brown after use. This
does not effect the performance of the grill. When cleaning the
interior of the grill, remove the burners and clean with a brush.
Wash with water and a mild detergent.
Grease Cup
Empty periodically.
Drain Pipe and Valve
Keep Drain pipe and valve clear of grease and food particles to
allow the grease to drain properly. To clear the drain pipe and
valve, run a flexible drain brush through them. (See DPA22)
Bucket
Store the bucket under the grill lid when the grill is not in use.
Empty the drip bucket after each use.
Heat Indicator
Clean any build-up from indicator probe once a season to prevent
loss of accuracy.
Burn Off
This process is much like that used in self-cleaning ovens and
is most efficient when completed after each use of the grill.
CAUTION
Do
not open the grill during the burn off process.
Opening the grill during the burn off process may cause
a sudden grease fire flare up that could burn your face
and arms. Wait until the grill has cooled before opening.
1. Turn gas knob to HI. Close lid and allow the grill to burn for
ten minutes, or until no smoke is present. Do not allow the
grill to burn for more than 30 minutes.
2. Turn gas knob and supply to OFF and allow the grill to cool.
3. Wipe COOL grill with a damp cloth to remove soot.
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MAINTENANCE
Venturi Tubes
The venturi tubes allow air and gas to mix prior to burning,
ensuring an efficient flame. Spiders or other small insects may
build webs or nests inside the tubes obstructing air flow. This can
cause a fire, or flashback, around the obstructed venturi tubes
and may damage to components beneath the grill or an unsafe
condition. To reduce risk, inspect and clean the venturi tubes
at least twice per year and more often if spiders are active. If
the grill has been unused for an extended period of time inspect
the tubes before using the grill.
Cleaning Venturi Tubes
1. Remove the cooking grids and drain pan.
2. Remove the burner from the grill.
3. Lay the burner face down and remove the four retaining
screws from the venturi tube plate and the burner.
See Figure Below.
4. Use a small flexible brush to remove any debris for the
tube(s).
5. Flush with water.
6. Allow the tube(s) to dry before reinstalling.
7. Reattach the venturi, collector box, and bracket in the reverse
order removed.
8. Reinstall burner, drip pan, and cooking grids.
Exterior Cleaning
Turn off the grill and allow it to cool before cleaning. Never use
aerosol sprays or flammable cleaners on or near a hot grill.
Do note use abrasive pads or cleansers on stainless or painted
components.
Clean the grill exterior regularly with a solution of mild detergent
and hot water.
Touch-up paint is available from your dealer.
To protect your grill from the elements, use a Broilmaster protective cover Clean stainless steel components with a stainless steel
cleaner available in most hardware stores.
CLEANING VENTURI TUBES
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Although we have attempted to ensure that your grill will operate properly and
satisfactorily, sometimes problems do arise. The following troubleshooting guide lists several
possible problems and their probable cause and solution.
Do not repair or replace any part of the grill unless specifically recommended in this manual.
All other service should be referred to a qualified technician.
Problem
Cause
Solution
Burner will not light
Spider webs in venturi tubes
Clean venturi tubes.
See Maintenance Section.
Refill LP gas cylinder. If natural
model, turn on gas at source.
Realign/engage gas injector
with the venturi tube.
Remove gas injector from gas
control assembly and clean.
For propane models, ensure
gas valve on cylinder is OFF.
Remove flexible hose and blow
out any debris.
Position electrode properly.
Clean collector box.
Replace with AA Alkaline
battery.
Adjust air shutter.
Realign/engage gas injector
with the venturi tube.
Contact gas supplier for
assistance.
Preheat grill at least 5 minutes
on HI with the grill lid closed.
Realign/engage gas injector
with the burner tube.
Adjust air shutter.
Turn or shield grill.
Open air shutter.
Clean venturi tubes.
See Maintenance Section.
Clean by washing burner with
mild detergent.
Allow burner to operate on HI
for 10-15 minutes.
Out of gas
Gas injector not inserted in venturi
tube
Clogged gas injector
Obstruction in gas line
Misalignment of collector box and
burner
Dead battery
Inadequate grill
temperature
Poor combustion
Misalignment of venturi tube and
gas injector
Inadequate gas pressure
Flames blow out
Cold grill
Yellow flames
Misalignment of burner tube and
gas injector
Poor combustion
Extreme wind
Air shutter improperly set
Spider webs in venturi tubes
Seasoning salts on burner
Oil film on burner
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
WARNING
Spiders and insects can nest in gas grill burners causing the gas to flow from the front of the burner
and ignite under the control panel. This is very dangerous and can damage the grill, making it
unsafe to operate. Inspect the grill at least twice per year and more often if spiders are active.
Be sure all grill controls are turned off and the grill is cool before using any type of aerosol cleaner
on or around the grill. The chemical that produces the spraying action could, in the presence of
heat, ignite or cause metal parts to corrode. Do not operate the grill under unprotected
combustible construction. Use only in well ventilated areas. Do not use in buildings, garages,
sheds, breezeways or any enclosed areas.
Keep the area around the grill free from combustible materials, trash, or combustible fluids and
vapors such as gasoline or charcoal lighter fluid. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and
ventilation air. Keep the back of the cart free and clear from debris.
If the grill is stored indoors ensure that it is cool. If propane is used, the cylinder must be unhooked
and the propane cylinder stored outside in a well-ventilated area, out of reach of children.
Never use the grill in windy conditions. If located in a consistently windy area (oceanfront, mountain
top, etc.) a windbreak will be required.
Always adhere to the specified clearance.
Keep electrical cords always from the heated areas of the grill.
Do not use the grill for cooking excessively fatty meats or products, which promote flare-ups.
Keep Children Away from the Grill at All Times
Never leave children unattended near the grill. Teach them to stay away even when you are not
cooking, as the grill can remain hot after it is turned off.
Never allow children near the grill at any time. Do not store items of interest to children around or
below the grill or in the cart.
Never allow children to crawl inside of a cart or island enclosure.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Practice Safe Grilling
Do not wear loose-fitting clothing or flammable clothing (such as synthetics) around the grill. Never
let clothing, pot holders, or other flammable materials come in contact with or too close to any grate,
burner or hot surface. Fabric may ignite and result in personal injury.
Use only dry pot holders. Using a damp pot holder on a hot surface may cause burns from steam.
Do not use towels or bulky cloth in place of pot holders. Do not let pot holders touch hot cooking
grids. Never use a sponge on a hot surface, as it may cause steam burns. Protect your hand with
an oven mitt or pot holder when opening the grill lid. Never lean over an open grill.
Use heat-proof cookware and tools specifically designed for grilling. Other types of material may
shatter with sudden temperature changes or melt from extreme heat. Use tools with insulated
handles and keep them away from the grill to avoid heat build-up.
Do not spray aerosol oil or butter or pour liquid oil into the grill. Doing so will cause a flash fire that
can burn you.
Grease is flammable. Let grease cool before attempting to handle it. Avoid letting grease deposits
collect in the bottom of the grill. Clean your grill often.
Do not use aluminum foil to line the cooking grids or grill bottom. This can disrupt combustion air
flow or trap excess heat in the control area. Excess heat can melt knobs or ignitors, and increase
the chance of personal injury. The drip tray accessory may be lined with aluminum foil.
Do not heat unopened food containers - such as cans, jars, and sealed pans. Pressure build-up
may cause the container to burst.
When lighting a grill, always open the lid first and pay close attention to what you are doing. Turn
one burner knob to HI, press the ignitor button and count to five.
For proper lighting and performance of the burners keep the ports clean.
Clean the grill with caution. Avoid steam burns; do not use a wet sponge or cloth to clean the grill
while it is hot. Some cleaners produce noxious fumes or can ignite if applied to a hot surface.
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COOKING TIPS
Cook Food To Proper Temperatures
Cooking food safely requires that you raise the internal temperature of the meat high enough and for a long enough
period of time to kill any food-borne bacteria that may cause illnesses.
Color is not the best indicator that food is safe to eat. Use a high-quality probe thermometer to be sure your food is
properly cooked. Place the tip of an instant-read thermometer into the center of the thickest part of the food but at
least 1/2 inch deep. Read the temperature after about 10 seconds. Follow the temperature guidelines for the type of
food you’re cooking.
The following guidelines are from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
Cook to Internal Temp
Meat & Poultry
Fresh Beef - Medium Rare
Medium Rare
Medium
Well Done
145°F
160°F
170°F
Ground turkey, chicken
165°F
Ground veal, beef, lamb, pork
145°F with 3 minutes of rest and then turn
Fresh Pork - Medium
160°F
Chicken - whole
165°F
Turkey - whole
165°F
Poultry breasts, roast
165°F
Poultry thighs, wings
165°F
Stuffing (cooked alone or in bird)
165°F
Duck and goose
180°F
Fresh Veal - Medium Rare
170°F
160°F
Fresh Lamb - Medium Rare
145°F
160°F
170°F
Ham - fresh (raw)
145°F
160°F
170°F
Ham - pre-cooked (reheat)
140°F
Seafood
Fish
Cook until flesh turns opaque and flakes easily with a fork.
Shrimp, lobster, crab
Cook until shells turn red and flesh becomes pearly opaque.
Scallops
Should turn milky white or opaque and firm.
Clams, mussels, oysters
Cook until shells open.
The Qrave Grill is an indirect gas grill. This means that the flame never comes in contact with the food and does not
flare up. The drip pan vaporizes all the drippings into smoke and moisture. This produces tastier and juicier foods.
You will be amazed at how easy it is to cook all your favorites and more; perfect every time.
The following instructions are to be used as a guideline. You may need to adjust the cooking times and temperatures
to suite your own taste.
When cooking on the Qrave Grill, it is essential that the lid remain closed. This not only keeps the temperature constant, but holds in the moisture as well.
The drip pan drain valve should be open when grilling. This allows the excess grease to continuously drain into the
catch bucket. The only time the drain valve should be closed is when cooking with a liquid in the pan.
Quick Temperature Reference
Valve Knob Setting
Approximate Temperatures
Types of Cooking
One Valve Knob Low
220°F to 250°F
Slow Cooking & Smoking
Both Valve Knob Low
320°F to 350°F
Roasting & Baking
Both Valve Knob Medium
375°F to 425°F
Roasting & Baking
Both Valve Knob High
450°F to 550°F
Grilling & Steaming
*The above temperature settings are a guide, the temperatures may vary due to wind and outside ambient temperatures.
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COOKING TIPS
Grilling
1.
2.
3.
Place the cooking grids in the low position.
Preheat your grill with both valve knobs set to High for 15
minutes.
No liquids in drip pan.
We recommend that when grilling, the valve knobs should remain on high. This cooking method is great for hamburgers,
steaks, chops, etc.
Roasting
When roasting it is important to remember that it is just like
cooking in your oven. Hint: You may want to fill the drip pan with
water or a marinade to create more flavor and moisture.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Close the drip pan drain valve and fill the pan about half
full with water or marinade.
Set the cooking grids at the low position.
Preheat the grill with both controls on High for 15 minutes.
Set the valve knobs to the desired temperature using the
Quick Temperature Reference Chart.
While cooking, monitor the heat indicator on the grill and adjust
temperature as necessary.
More water or marinade may need to be added to the pan as it
evaporates during cooking.
Roasted chicken, turkey or pork roasts will never taste better.
Smoking
The Qrave Grill is equipped with a front load smoker box.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Note:
Slow Cooking with Smoking
The Qrave Grill has dual controls for more control for those low
temperatures needed for slow cooking.
1.
2.
Before starting, make sure the drip tray is clean.
Place the cooking grids at the high position to remove the
food away from the direct heat.
2. Preheat your grill with both valve knobs set to High for 15
minutes.
3. Set the valve knobs to the desired temperature using the
Quick Temperature Reference Chart.
Use the heat indicator on the grill to more accurately adjust the
temperature.
Even cookies, pizza and desserts can be made on the Qrave
Grill.
Steaming
Before starting, make sure the drip tray is clean.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Set the cooking grids at the low position.
Close the drip pan drain valve and fill pan with water. Be
careful not to over-fill the pan.
Preheat your grill with both valve knobs set to High for 15
minutes.
The valve knobs will remain on high for steaming. Cook
until desired taste. More liquid may need to be added to
the pan as it evaporates during cooking.
The left knob controls the amount of heat under the
smoker box. The smoker box is designed to be used
on low for best results.
This works great for adding smoke flavor when grilling and
roasting.
Baking
1.
Soak your flavor smoking chips in water for about 15 minutes. This will make the chips burn slower and create more
flavor.
Remove the smoker box and fill with the soaked chips and
then replace.
Set the cooking grids at the low position.
Preheat your grill with both valve knobs set to High for 15
minutes or until you detect smoke.
Place the food on the grill and adjust the temperature as
desired.
3.
4.
Adjust the cooking grids to the high position.
Close the drain valve and add water or marinade to the
drip pan. It is recommended to slow cook with a liquid in
the pan to keep the food from drying out. More liquid may
need to be added to the pan as it evaporates during cooking.
Preheat your grill with both valve knobs set to High for 15
minutes.
Turn off the right valve knob and turn the left valve knob
to low. Hint: The left valve knob controls the heat on the
smoker box. Add water-soaked flavor chips to the smoker
tray as needed. Most chips will last about an hour before
needing to be replaced.
Turn the food once an hour when slow cooking.
Slow cooking with a Qrave Grill could mean the best ribs or
brisket your family has ever tasted.
CAUTION
Always use an oven mitt when removing smoker box
while grill is hot. Make sure chips are cooled before
emptying smoker box.
Vegetables and seafood taste great when steamed in the
Qrave Grill.
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WARRANTY TERMS
Empire Comfort Systems Inc. warranties this Broilmaster premium gas grill to be free from defects at the time of
purchase and for the periods specified below. Broilmaster Premium Gas Grills must be installed by a qualified technician and must be maintained and operated safely, in accordance with the instructions in the owner’s manual. This
warranty applies to the original purchaser only and is not transferable. All warranty repairs must be accomplished
by a qualified gas appliance technician.
Limited Lifetime Parts Warranty – Against Rust-Through
If the items listed below fail because of defective workmanship or material, Empire will repair or replace at Empire’s option. The limited
lifetime warranty provides one-time replacement of a covered component.
•
Aluminum Grill Housing (except paint)
•
Stainless Steel Cooking Grids and Stainless Steel Griddles
•
Select Stainless Steel Components – Cart, Mounting, Bowtie Burner, Side Burner (DPSBSS), Side Burner Housing, and Warming
Rack
•
Stainless Steel Built-In Components – Built-In Kits for 3-Series Grill Heads, Door Kit, Tilt-Out LP Tank Door, and Vent Register Kit
Limited Ten-Year Parts Warranty – Against Rust-Through
If the items listed below fail because of defective workmanship or material, Empire will repair or replace at Empire’s option.
•
Stainless Steel Burners for H-Series, Q-Series, and R3B
•
Stainless Steel Drip Pan for Q-Series
•
Side Burner (DPASBC), Side Burner Housing (BSA)
Limited Five-Year Parts Warranty – Against Rust-Through
If the items listed below fail because of defective workmanship or material, Empire will repair or replace at Empire’s option.
•
Infrared Burners on R3 or R3B
•
Flare Buster™ Ceramic Flavor Enhancers
•
Painted Electro-Galvanized Steel Components
•
Stainless Steel Smoker Shutter
Limited Two-Year Parts Warranty – Against Rust-Through
If the items listed below fail because of defective workmanship or material, Empire will repair or replace at Empire’s option.
•
Porcelain Coated Steel Briquette Racks
•
Chrome-Plated Warming Rack
•
Stainless Steel Heat Shield
Limited One-Year Parts Warranty
If the items listed below fail because of defective workmanship or material, Empire will repair or replace at Empire’s option.
•
Valves, knobs, ignitors, labels, hoses, fittings, grease cups, drip buckets, and all other parts and accessories – including those
made from stainless steel – unless specified above
•
Paint on Aluminum Grill Head
Note: Using lighter fluid will void the warranty. Always light charcoal with a chimney, lighter cubes or an electric starter.
Duties Of The Owner
The appliance must be installed by a qualified installer and operated in accordance with the instructions furnished with the appliance. A
bill of sale, cancelled check, or payment record should be kept to verify purchase date and establish warranty period. Ready access to
the appliance for service.
What Is Not Covered
•
Damages that might result from the use, misuse, or improper installation or storage of this appliance.
•
Travel, diagnostic costs and freight charges on warranted parts to and from the factory.
•
Claims that do not involve defective workmanship or materials.
•
Unauthorized service or parts replacements.
•
Removal and reinstallation cost.
•
Inoperable due to improper or lack of maintenance.
•
The costs of a service call to diagnose a problem and labor for replacement or repairs.
How To Get Service
To make a claim under this warranty, please have your receipt available and contact your installing dealer. Provide the dealer with the model number, serial number, type of gas, and purchase verification. The installing dealer is responsible for providing service and will contact
the factory to initiate any warranted parts replacements. Empire will make replacement parts available at the factory. Shipping expenses
are not covered. If, after contacting your Empire dealer, service received has not been satisfactory,
Contact: Consumer Relations Department
Replacement, Empire Comfort Systems Inc.,
PO Box 529, Belleville, Illinois 62222, or send an e-mail to
info@empirecomfort.com with “Consumer Relations” in the subject line.
Your Rights Under State Law
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.
Broilmaster is a Division of Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
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MASTER PARTS DISTRIBUTOR LIST
To order parts under warranty, please contact your local Broilmaster dealer. See the dealer locator at www.broilmaster.com.
To provide warranty service, your dealer will need your name and address, purchase date and serial number, and the
nature of the problem. Please keep your receipt to establish ownership and date of purchase.
To order parts after the warranty period, please contact your dealer or one of the Master Parts Distributors listed below.
The Master Parts Distributor list changes from time to time. For the current list go to www.broilmaster.com and click on
the Parts button.
Note: Master Parts Distributors are independent businesses that stock the most commonly ordered repair parts.
Dey Distributing
1401 Willow Lake Boulevard
Vadnais Heights, MN 55101
F. W. Webb Company
200 Locust Street
Hartford, CT 06114
Phone: 651-490-9191
Toll Free: 800-397-1339
Website: www.deydistributing.com
Parts: Heater, Hearth and Grills
Phone: 860-722-2433
Toll Free: 800-243-9360
Fax: 860-293-0479
Toll Free Fax: 800-274-2004
Websites: www.fwwebb.com & www.victormfg.com
Parts: Heater, Hearth and Grills
East Coast Energy Products
10 East Route 36
West Long Branch, NJ 07764
Phone: 732-870-8809
Toll Free: 800-755-8809
Fax: 732-870-8811
Website: www.eastcoastenergy.com
Parts: Heater, Hearth and Grills
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS
Parts Not Under Warranty
Parts can be ordered through your Service Person, Dealer, or a Master Parts Distributor. See this page for the Master Parts
Distributors list. For best results, the service person or dealer should order parts through the distributor. Parts can be shipped
directly to the service person/dealer.
Warranty Parts
Warranty parts will need a proof of purchase and can be ordered by your Service Person or Dealer. Proof of purchase is required
for warranty parts.
All parts listed in the Parts List have a Part Number. When ordering parts, first obtain the Model Number and Serial Number from
the name plate on your equipment. Then determine the Part Number (not the Index Number) and the Description of each part
from the following illustration and part list. Be sure to give all this information . . .
Model Number / Dealer
Part Description
Serial Number / Dealer Phone Number
Part Number
Type of Gas (Propane or Natural)
Do not order bolts, screws, washers or nuts. They are standard hardware items and can be purchased at any local hardware
store.
Shipments contingent upon strikes, fires and all causes beyond our control.
Your Broilmaster Premium Gas Grill is identified by model number, serial number, and gas type. This information is
provided on a product identification label located on the grill’s control panel. For your convenience, complete this
section for future reference when contacting your dealer.
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PR EM IU M GR ILL S
BROILMASTER
A Division of Empire Comfort Systems, Inc.
Belleville, Illinois
Visit our web site at www.broilmaster.com
If you have a general question about our products, please e-mail us at info@empirecomfort.com.
If you have a service or repair question, please contact your dealer.
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