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Kenmore 122.16648901 Use & Care Manual

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Use & Care Guide
Liquid Propane Gas Grill
Sears Model No. 122.16648901
• Safety
• Parts
• Use and Care
• Assembly
This Grill is for Outdoor Use Only
•Read and follow all Safety, Assembly,
and Use & Care Instructions in this Guide
before assembling and cooking with this grill.
•Failure to follow all instructions in this Use & Care
Guide may lead to fire or explosion, which could result
in property damage, personal injury or death.
Grill Information
Missing Parts? Assembly Questions?
Operation Problems? Before returning
grill to store, call 1-800-913-8999.
needed for assembly:
Adjustable wrench (not provided)
Screwdriver (not provided)
7/16" Combination wrench (not provided)
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IL 60179 U.S.A.
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  • Page 1 Use & Care Guide ® Liquid Propane Gas Grill Sears Model No. 122.16648901 • Safety • Parts • Use and Care • Assembly Grill Information Center This Grill is for Outdoor Use Only Missing Parts? Assembly Questions? Operation Problems? Before returning grill to store, call 1-800-913-8999.
  • Page 2 Failure to comply with these instructions result in serious bodily injury. One-Year Full Warranty on Kenmore Grill If this grill fails due to a defecting material or workmanship within one year from the date of purchase, call 1-800-4-MY-HOME to arrange for...
  • Page 3 • Have your LP gas tank filled by a reputable propane gas dealer and visually inspected and re-qualified at A tankofapproximately 12inches in diameter by 18- each filling. 1/2inches highis themaximum sizeLPgastankto • Do not store a spare LP gas tank under or use.
  • Page 4 Repair Protection Agreements spark resulting in fire and/or explosion. Congratulations on making a smart purchase. Your new Kenmore product is designed and manufactured for years of dependable operation. But like all products, it NOTE: The normal flow of gas through the regulator may require repair from time to time.
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  • Page 6 4. Quantity of parts needed To make sure you obtain the correct replacement You can purchase the Kenmore parts for your Kenmore gas grill, please refer to rotisserie kit, item # 15803 at your the part numbers on this page.
  • Page 7 Figure 1 CAUTION: While it is possible for one person to assemble this grill, obtain assistance from another person when handling some of the larger, heavier pieces Open lid of shipping carton and remove top sheet of cardboard. Lay cardboard sheet on floor and use as a work surface to protect floor and grill parts from scratches Remove packing materials from shipping carton.
  • Page 8 Assembling Side Burner Shelf, Continued Figure 5 Hang side burner shelf on side panel by placing side burner slotted screw holes over the 2 screws and washers loosened in Step 3 (Fig. 4). Fix shelf to panel with the (3) Phillips head screws and lock washers removed in step 2 (Fig.
  • Page 9 Figure 9 InstallingIgniterModule Remove silver battery cap and black hexagon plastic nut from battery compartment of igniter module. 5/64" hex wrench Position igniter module vertically so that battery compartment is at the top of module. Insert threaded stem of battery compartment through hole in side burner control panel as shown (Fig.
  • Page 10 Congratulations Your Kenmore gas grill is now ready for use. Before the first use and at the beginning of each season (and whenever the LP gas tank has been changed): 1. Read all safety, lighting and operating instructions.
  • Page 11: Using The Side Burner

    Checking for LP gas leaks 6. To light additional burners, push and turn burner Never test for leaks with a flame. Prior to first use, at the beginning of each season, or every time your LP knob(s) to, HI or ON and hold in for 3 to 5 seconds until burner(s)ignites, then adjust gas tank is changed, you must check for gas leaks.
  • Page 12 If Grill Still Fails To Light WARNING 1. Check gas supply and connections for leaks. Check Never lean over the grill cooking area while that all wires connections are secure. lighting your gas grill. Keep your face and body a safe distance (at least 18 inches) from the 2.
  • Page 13 1.Make sure the light power switch on the control panel is in the "OFF" position. 2.Turn the light power switch to "OFF." z_ WARNING Picture A Keep any electrical supply cord away from any heated surface. Halogen Bulb Replacement 1.Make sure that the grill has cooled before changing the light bulb.
  • Page 14 7. Pull out the light bulb and replace with a new Picture F bulb as Picture F, then tighten the four screws which were loosen in picture E. Note: Do not touch the halogen bulb with bare hands. 8. Replace glass cover, reinsert light bulb housing into the grill, and insert and tighten all the screws.
  • Page 15 Cleaning Exterior Stainless Steel Surfaces To ensure a proper working unit the following proper care and maintenance is suggested. •Weathering and extreme heat can cause exterior stainless steel surfaces to turn tan in color. Machine Cleaning Cooking Grids oils used in manufacturing process of stainless steel We suggest you wash your cooking grids in a mild soap can also cause this tanning color.
  • Page 16: Before Calling

    3. Inspect each burner for damage (cracks or holes) Regardless of which burner cleaning procedure you and if such damage is found, order and install a new use, we recommend you also complete the following burner. After installation check to ensure that gas steps to help prolong burner life.
  • Page 17 Indirect Cooking To cook indirectly, the food should be placed on the left or right side of your grill with the burner lit WARNING on the opposite side. Indirect cooking must be Do not leave the grill unattended. done with the Lid down. Your grill will get very hot.
  • Page 18 WARNING: To ensure that it is safe to eat, food must be cooked to the minimum internal temperatures listed in the table be!ow. USDA* Safe Minimum internal Temperatures Fish 145 ° F Pork 160 ° F 160 ° F Egg Dishes 1450 F Steaks and Roasts of Beef, Veal or Lamb 160 °...
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