PREPARE THE GAS SUPPLY
Open the hood completely. Do not light the
burners with the hood closed.
Make sure that the control knobs are OFF.
The grease tray must be in place and
pushed all the way to the back.
Turn the gas supply on.
• For portable grills using an L.P./ pro-
pane gas cylinder, slowly open the cyl-
inder valve; do not "snap" open.
NOTE: If the flow limiting device does
activate, the grill may not light. If the grill
does light, the flames will be low, and will
not heat properly. Turn the cylinder valve
and all control knobs OFF, and wait 30
seconds. After shutting off the cylinder,
very slowly open the cylinder valve, and
wait 5 seconds before lighting.
• For grills using a gas supply source
other than an L.P. gas cylinder, turn the
shutoff valve to the "open" position from
the front of gas supply line.
LIGHTING THE GRILL BURNERS
Grill Burner Knob
IR Burner Knob
Smoker Burner Knob
Grill Burner Knob
LIGHTING THE GRILL
Burner Ignitor Button
IMPORTANT: Light only one burner at a time.
Do not lean over the burners. Push in and
turn to "LITE" the control knob for the
burner you wish to use.
Push in the burner ignitor button. You will
hear the "snapping" sound of the spark.
Keep the burner ignitor button pushed in
until the burner lights. Make sure the burner
is lit. Repeat for each of the other burners,
IMPORTANT: If the burner does not light im-
mediately, turn the burner knob to "OFF," and
wait 5 minutes before relighting.
THE GRILL BURNERS
Remove the manual lighting extension
from inside the grease tray.
Attach a match to the clip.
Strike the match to light it.
Carefully guide the lit match between the
grill grate and one of the slots in the sear
Push in and turn the burner knob to "LITE"
for the burner closest to the lit match. The
burner will light immediately.
Repeat steps 2 through 5 for each main
Replace the manual lighting extension
inside the grease tray.
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