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CLEANING OTHER PARTS OF
YOUR APPLIANCE
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.
BURNER:
At least twice a year, clean your burner when cleaning the venturi tubes.
The burner can be gently scraped clean with a brass bristle brush. Ensure
that all burner ports (openings) are clear (DO NOT ENLARGE BURNER
PORTS). If you find cracks, abnormal holes, or damage caused by
corrosion during your inspection and cleaning, replace burner. (SEE
WARRANTY).
IGNITOR:
Clean the ignitor clip lightly using a wire brush to remove rust and
grease. DO NOT USE WATER OR CLEAN THE ELECTRODE WITH THE
WIRE BRUSH. Visually inspect the ceramic of the electrode for cracks. The
electrode can be wiped with a soft cloth if necessary. If a crack is found, a
replacement ignitor system will be required.
CLEANING GRIDS:
After each use, scrub the cooking grids with a stiff long-handled brass brush.
Do not use steel brushes, as they can scratch the nickel or porcelain
coating. Grids can also be washed with mild detergent. Never use
commercial oven cleaners. If rust appears on your cooking grids, remove
the rust with a scrub pad and coat the grid with some cooking oil. If
excessive wear is evident, you might want to replace or upgrade your
cooking grid.
PORCELAIN SURFACES:
Because of glass-like composition, most residue can be wiped away with
baking soda/water solution or specially formulated cleaner. Use nonabrasive
scouring powder for stubborn stains.
PAINTED SURFACES:
Wash with mild detergent or nonabrasive cleaner and warm soapy water.
Wipe dry with a soft nonabrasive cloth.
STAINLESS STEEL SURFACES:
To maintain your grill's high quality appearance, wash with mild detergent
and warm soapy water and wipe dry with a soft cloth after each use. Baked-
on grease deposits may require the use of an abrasive plastic cleaning pad.
Use only in direction of brushed finish to avoid damage. Do not use abrasive
pad on areas with graphics.
SIDE SHELVES:
Metal Shelves: Use any household cleaner, except those containing acid or
mineral spirits. Be sure to rinse well after cleaning.
DO NOT USE AS A CUTTING BOARD.
Plastic Shelves: Wash with warm soapy water and wipe dry. Do not use
citrisol, abrasive cleaners, degreasers or a concentrated grill cleaner on
plastic parts. Damage to and failure of parts can result.
PLASTIC PARTS:
Wash with warm soapy water and wipe dry. Do not use citrisol, abrasive
cleaners, degreasers or a concentrated grill cleaner on plastic parts.
Damage to and failure of parts can result.
CASTING INTERIOR AND WARMING RACK:
At least once a year remove all components from inside your barbeque.
Loosen any cooking residue with a scraping tool for large particles and a
brass barbeque brush for smaller particles. Scrub with hot water and a
strong detergent, then rinse thoroughly or spray barbeque degreaser
liberally on all interior surfaces. Be sure to use gloves and eye protection.
Let stand for 10 minutes, scrape off residue and repeat if required. Rinse
thoroughly with water. Replace all components as outlined in the assembly
instructions. DO NOT USE DEGREASER ON PAINTED OR PLASTIC
SURFACES. DO NOT ALLOW EXCESSIVE GREASE OR OTHER RESIDUE
TO BUILD UP ON YOUR COOKING SYSTEM AS A FIRE MAY RESULT.
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.
COVER YOUR BARBEQUE WHEN IT IS NOT IN USE TO PROTECT THE
SHELVES FROM THE OUTDOOR ELEMENTS.
STORAGE
More people are discovering the pleasure of year round barbequing. However,
if you choose to store your barbeque for the winter or any extended length of
time, follow these steps:
Clean the cooking grids, then oil lightly with cooking oil, wrap in paper and
then store the cooking grids indoors.
Follow the same cleaning method above for the burners and any warming racks.
Cover the barbeque if it is left outdoors.
When the barbeque is not in use, the gas must be turned off at the L.P.
cylinder valve or main shut off valve, and stored outdoors in a well-
ventilated area.
1. With a Propane appliance you can store the barbeque inside, PROVIDED
the cylinder is removed from the barbeque and stored outdoors in a well-
ventilated area, out of the reach of children. When the cylinder is
disconnected from the barbeque, ensure the cylinder valve safety cap is
placed over valve opening (fig.4).
2. With a Natural Gas appliance, the gas must be turned off at the individual
gas shut off valve and the hose must be disconnected from the gas supply
piping system before storing the barbeque indoors. Install plastic covers to
quick connect fittings.
After a period of storage or non-use a leak test should be performed and
the burner venturis cleaned prior to use.
DANGER
NEVER STORE A SPARE LP CYLINDER
UNDER OR NEAR THE APPLIANCE OR
IN AN ENCLOSED AREA.
!
NOTE: Visually inspect burners and ensure a proper connection
to valves each time after moving or transporting your
BBQ/Grill.
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