WCAUTION: When using a liquid starter, always check bottom bowl before lighting. Fluid can collect in the bottom bowl and could ignite, resulting in a
W CAUTION: Never add lighting fluid to hot or warm coals as flashback may occur, causing serious injury or damage to property.
WCAUTION: Do NOT cook before the fuel has a coating of ash.
WCAUTION: Before you use your barbecue for the first time, heat it for at least 30 minutes prior to cooking.
1. Open lid and vents.
2. Make sure bottom bowl is empty.
3. Remove cooking grid.
4. Arrange charcoal briquettes or other fuel on the charcoal grid to the “Fill Line” (Figure 8).
WWARNING: Maximum weight of charcoal to be used: total 3 kgs.
5. Light per instructions on fuel package.
6. Allow fuel time to ash into glowing coals before cooking.
Turning Off
1. Allow charcoal to completely extinguish itself.
WWARNING: Do NOT use water to extinguish. This can be dangerous and cause damage.
2. Dispose of the ashes in a proper location.
Controlling Flare-ups:
WCAUTION: 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.
WCAUTION: Do NOT leave grill unattended while preheating or burning off food residue. If grill has not been cleaned, a grease fire can occur that may
damage the product.
WWARNING: When cooking, fire extinguishing materials should be readily accessible. In the event of an oil/grease fire, use a type BC dry chemical fire
extinguisher or smother with dirt, sand or baking soda. Do NOT attempt to extinguish with water.
Flare-ups are a part of cooking meats on a grill and adds to the unique flavor of grilling.
Excessive flare-ups can overcook your food and can be dangerous.
Important: Excessive flare-ups result from the build-up of grease in the bottom of your grill.
If a grease fire occurs, close the lid until the grease burns out. Use caution when opening the lid as sudden flare-ups may occur.
If excessive flare-ups occur, do NOT pour water onto the flames.
Minimize Flare-ups:
1. Trim excess fat from meats prior to cooking.
2. Cook high fat content meats indirectly.
3. Ensure that your grill is on a hard, level, non-combustible surface.
Operating Instructions (continued)
Cleaning and Care
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 gas and the ventilation of air.
3. Keep the ventilation opening(s) of the Gas cylinder area free and clear from debris.
4. Visually check the burner flames to make sure your grill is working properly (Figure 9).
5. See sections below for proper cleaning instructions.
6. Check for obstructions of airflow to the burners. Spiders, insects and webs can clog the burner/venturi tube. A clogged burner tube can lead to a
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 the regulator valve handle counterclockwise into the the “OFF” position (Figure C).
2. Turn all control knobs clockwise to the (OFF) position.
Note: A “poof” sound is normal as the last of the gas is burned.
3. Disconnect gas cylinder per “Disconnecting Gas Cylinder” section.
4. Remove cooking grids and heat plates.
5. Remove burners by removing the fasteners, which secure the burners to the grill bottom.
6. Lift burners up and away from gas valve orifice.
7. Disconnect wire from spark electrode.
8. Clean venturi of each burner with small bottle brush or compressed air.
9. Remove all food residue and dirt on burner surfaces.
10. Clean any clogged ports with a stiff wire (such as an opened paper clip).
Figure 8
1. All cleaning and maintenance should be done when
grill is cool 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.
4. Unplug rotisserie motor from the outlet when not in
use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before putting
on or taking off parts.
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.
Figure 9
Burner Flame Conditions
Use this chart to see if your burners
need to be cleaned.
1-2 in. /
25.4 - 50.8 mm
Normal: Soft blue flames with yellow
tips between 1 in. - 2 in. height.
Needs cleaning: Noisy with hard
blue flames.
Has to be replaced: Wavy with
yellow flames.
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