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15
REAR ROTISSERIE BURNER
(OPTIONAL)
USING THE IGNITOR
1. Read instructions before lighting.
2. Open the lid before lighting.
3. Push in and turn the rotisserie control knob to 'HIGH'.
4. Depress ignitor. Repeat if necessary (see Figure 12D).
5. If burner does not light immediately (within five seconds),
turn the burner control knob off, and wait 5 minutes to clear
the gas.
6. Repeat steps 1 to 5. If burner still fails to light, refer to the
Troubleshooting Guide to determine cause and solution, or try
the match lighting procedure below.
REAR ROTISSERIE BURNER
MATCH LIGHTING PROCEDURE
1. Read instructions before lighting.
2. Open lid prior to lighting.
3. Place an ignited lighter or lit match near the ports,
approximately 1/2" (1.25 cm) from burner (see Figure 12E).
4. Push in and turn the rotisserie burner control knob to 'HIGH'.
The burner should light immediately (within five seconds). If
it does not turn off the control knob, extinguish the lighter or
match, and wait 5 minutes for gas to clear.
5. Repeat steps 1 to 4. If burner still fails to light, refer to the
Troubleshooting Guide to determine the cause and solution.
NOTE: DO NOT USE THE MAIN BURNERS WHEN THE
ROTISSERIE BURNER IS LIT.
Please also refer to additional rotisserie instructions that are
supplied with your rotisserie kit.
Fig. 12D
Fig. 12E
3.
1.
2.
CAUTION
!
THE WARMING RACK SHOULD ALWAYS BE
RE-MOVED WHEN USING THE ROTISSERIE
BURNER. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY
RESULT IN A DAMAGED AND WARPED
WARMING RACK.
ROTISSERIE COOKING is one of the fastest growing
barbeque cooking techniques, especially if your barbeque is
equipped with a rear rotisserie burner. Just imagine, cooking
restaurant style rotisserie meat in your own backyard!
Rotisserie cooking allows the food to self-baste while turning
on the motorized spit, sealing in the juices while browning the
outside surface. Rotisserie-cooked food is an excellent cooking
option for large cuts of meat such as roasts, leg of lamb or
poultry. Locate the motor of the rotisserie on the left side of the
barbeque as illustrated in Figure 13.
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