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Note: Each burner lights independently - repeat steps 5-9 for the other burner.
Caution: If burner flame goes out during operation, immediately turn
the gas (OFF) and open lid to let the gas clear for about 5 minutes
before re-lighting.
Turning Off
1. Turn LP gas tank valve to “CLOSED”.
2. Turn all control knobs clockwise to the (OFF) position.
Note: A “poof” sound is normal as the last of the LP gas is burned.
Direct Cooking
Cooking directly over hot burners is ideal for searing in juices and grilling food requiring
less than 25 minutes of grilling time, such as steaks, hamburgers, hot dogs, chicken parts,
vegetables and fruit.
1. Open lid and ignite the desired burner(s) per lighting instructions in owner’s manual.
2. Close lid and preheat grill on (HIGH).
3. Wear protective gloves and use long handle tongs to place food onto cooking grids above the
lit burners.
4. Adjust controls to desired flame height.
5. With lid open or closed, cook until desired internal food temperatures are achieved.
6. Turn grill OFF by turning the LP gas tank valve to “CLOSED”. Burn off remaining gas in lines
by waiting 15 seconds then turn all burner controls to the (OFF) position. A “poof” sound is
normal as the last of the LP gas is burned.
For more tips on direct cooking please see “Tips for Better Cookouts and Longer Grill Life”
Indirect Cooking
Not cooking directly over hot burners is ideal for slow cooking and foods requiring more than
25 minutes such as most roasts, loins, chops, whole chickens, turkey, fish and baked goods.
1. Open lid and ignite the desired burner(s) per lighting instructions in owner’s manual.
2. Close lid and preheat grill on (HIGH).
3. Wear protective gloves and use long handle tongs to place food onto cooking grids above the
un-lit burners.
4. Adjust controls to desired flame height.
5. With lid closed, cook until desired internal food temperatures are achieved.
6. Turn grill OFF by turning the LP gas tank valve to “CLOSED”. Burn off remaining gas in lines
by waiting 15 seconds then turn all burner controls to the (OFF) position. A “poof” sound is
normal as the last of the LP gas is burned.
For more tips on indirect cooking please see “Tips for Better Cookouts and Longer Grill Life”
Controlling Flare-ups
Caution: Putting out grease fires by closing the lid is not possible.
• Do not use water on a grease fire. This can cause the grease to
splatter and could result in serious burns, bodily harm or other
damage. If a grease fire develops, turn knobs (OFF) and LP gas
tank valve “CLOSED”.
• Do not leave grill unattended while preheating or burning off
food residue on (HIGH). If grill has not been regularly cleaned, a
grease fire can occur that may damage the product.
WARNING: When cooking, fire extinguishing materials shall be readily
accessible. In the event of an oil/grease fire, do not attempt to
extinguish with water. Use type BC dry chemical fire extinguisher or
smother with dirt, sand or baking soda.
Flare-ups are a part of cooking meats on a grill, and adds to the unique flavor of grilling.
Excessive flare-ups can over-cook your food and cause a dangerous situation for you
and your grill.
Important: Excessive flare-ups result from the build-up of grease in the bottom of your grill.
Minimize Flare-ups:
1. Trim excess fat from meats prior to cooking.
2. Cook high fat contents meats on (LOW) setting or indirectly.
3. Ensure that your grill is on hard, level, non-combustible surface and the grease is allowed to
drain into grease cup.
Tips for Better Cookouts and Longer Grill Life
1. For great recipes and tips, visit recipes.uniflame.com
2. For food safety tips visit: http://www.fsis.usda.gov/Fact_Sheets/Barbecue_Food_Safety/
3. Use the upper cooking grid (warming rack) for keeping cooked food warm, toasting breads or
cooking delicate foods in aluminum foil pouches.
4. Use the side burner of this appliance like a normal kitchen range for boiling, sautéing or
frying.
5. To keep food from sticking to the grids, spray or coat with cooking oil before lighting.
6. To reduce flare-up keep grill clean, use lean cuts of meat (or trim fat) and avoid cooking on
very high temperatures.
7. Place delicate foods like fish and vegetables in aluminum foil pouches and indirect cook or
place on upper cooking levels (warming rack).
WARNING: Never cover entire cooking area with aluminum foil.
8. To avoid losing natural juices, use long handled tongs or spatulas instead of forks and turn
foods over just once during cooking.
9. When direct cooking adjust your burners to different levels so foods can be prepared to
different internal temperatures in the same time frame.
10. When indirect cooking roasts and larger cuts of meat, place meat onto a roasting rack
inside a heavy gauge metal pan. Place pan over the un-lit burners.
11. Try water pans to reduce flare-ups and cook juicer meats. Before starting grill remove
cooking grids and place a heavy duty shallow pan directly on heat plates. Fill half way with
water, fruit juices or other flavored liquids. Replace cooking grids and position food over the
loaded pan.
12. Enhance food flavors by using wood chips in smoker boxes or aluminum foil pouches.
Follow the wood manufacturer’s instructions.
13. Grill baskets, vertical poultry holders and other accessories can enhance your experiences,
reduce cooking times and aid in clean-up.
14. Clean cooking grids and racks after every use with a quality grill bush designed for your
grid material. Wear protective gloves and gently remove the build-up while grids are hot.
15. After every use, allow grill to cool. Then protect clean cooking grids with a light coat of
cooking oil, empty grease pan, wipe outside surfaces with a suitable kitchen cleaner and
protect surfaces with a quality cover that properly fits your grill.
16. Watch barbecue themed TV shows or purchase related barbecue cookbooks to learn more
interesting tips like –
A gas grill is ideal for reheating leftover pizza. Set burners on low and place pizza slices
directly on preheated cooking grid. Close lid and cook until cheese starts to bubble.
Cleaning and Care
CAUTION:
1. All cleaning and maintenance should be done when grill is cool
(about 45 minutes) and with the fuel supply disconnected.
2. DO NOT clean any grill part in a self cleaning oven. The extreme heat
will damage the finish.
3. Do not enlarge valve orifices or burner ports when cleaning the
valves or burners.
Notices
1. This grill should be thoroughly cleaned and
inspected on a regular basis.
2. Abrasive cleaners will damage this product.
3. Never use oven cleaner to clean any part of grill.
Before Each Use:
1. Keep the grill area clean and free from any
combustible materials, gasoline and other
flammable vapors and liquids.
2. Do not obstruct the flow of the combustion of LP and
the ventilation air.
3. Keep the ventilation opening(s) of the LP gas tank
area free and clear from debris.
4. Visually check the burner flames to make sure your
grill is working properly.
5. See sections below for proper cleaning instructions.
6. Check and clean the burner/venturi tubes for insects
and insect nests. A clogged tube can lead to a fire
beneath the grill.
Cleaning Surfaces
1. Wipe surfaces clean with mild dishwashing
detergent or baking soda mixed with water.
2. For stubborn surfaces use a citrus based degreaser
and a nylon scrubbing brush.
3. Rinse clean with water.
4. Allow to air dry.
Cleaning Main Burners
1. Turn control knobs to the (OFF) position and LP gas tank valve to “CLOSED”.
2. Remove cooking grids and heat plate.
3. Remove burners by removing the fasteners securing the burners to the grill bottom.
4. Lift burners up and away from gas valve orifice.
5. Disconnect wire from spark electrode.
6. Clean inlet (venturi) of burner with small bottle brush or compressed air.
7. Remove all food residue and dirt on burner surfaces.
8. Clean any clogged ports with a stiff wire (such as an opened paper clip)
9. Inspect burners for any damage (cracks or holes). If damage is found, replace with new
burner(s) from the manufacturer.
10. Reinstall burners, checking to insure that gas valve orifice is correctly positioned inside
each burner inlet (venturi). Also check position of spark electrode.
Figure 10
Burner Flame Conditions
Use this chart check to see if your
burners need to be cleaned.
1-2 in. /
25.4 - 50.8 mm
1-2 in. /
25.4 - 50.8 mm
Normal: Soft blue flames with
yellow tips between 1 in. - 2 in.
hight.
Needs Cleaning: Noisy with hard
blue flames.
Has to be cleaned: Wavy with
yellow flames.
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