CLEANING GREASE PAN
General Grill Cleaning: Do not mistake brown or black accumulation of
grease and smoke for paint. Interiors of gas grills are not painted at the
factory (and should never be painted). Apply a strong solution of
detergent and water or use a grill cleaner with scrub brush on insides of
grill lid and bottom. Rinse and allow to completely air dry. Do not apply a
caustic grill/oven cleaner to painted surfaces.
Grease PAN and Grease Tray Insert: The grease tray and insert are
located on the bottom of the base casting, below the grease pan, and
immediately below the hole through which any grease will drain. The
grease pan tray insert should be checked and replaced and cleaned prior
to each use to prevent grease from overflowing.
PROPER INSTALLATION OF
THE GREASE PAN
SECURING THE GREASE PAN
1 - Look at the back of your grill. With the grease pan removed, you
should become familiar with the rail and locking system.
2 -The base casting of the BBQ/Grill firebox has an integrated rail
design that secures and holds the grease pan in place. The grease pan
has unique tabs that lock and secure the grease pan in place.
3 - install the grease pan by sliding it into place, using the rails as a
4 - Push the grease pan forward as far as possible. When properly
installed, the edge of the grease pan should not extend no more than
one inch (2.5 cm) beyond the rear panel of the BBQ/grill box. The tabs
of the grease pan will lock in place, securing it.
5-This picture shows a Grease Pan that is not properly installed. If the
grease pan is not fully inserted and locked in place, the edge of the
grease pan will extend more than one inch (2.5 cm) beyond the rear
panel of the BBQ/grill box.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
MAY RESULT IN A HAZARDOUS FIRE OR
EXPLOSION CAUSING SERIOUS BODILY
INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE
THIS BBQ/GRILL MUST BE OPERATED WITH A GREASE PAN
INSTALLED AT ALL TIMES. ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE GREASE
PAN IS FULLY INSERTED.
THE GREASE PAN SHOULD BE CHECKED AND CLEANED PRIOR TO
EACH USE TO PREVENT GREASE BUILDUP AND OVERFLOW.
FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN A GREASE FIRE. MAKE SURE
THE BBQ/GRILL IS COOL BEFORE REMOVING THE GREASE PAN.