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Kenmore 122.16654901 Use And Care Manual

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Use and Care Guide
Liquid Propane Gas Grill
Sears Model No. 122.16654901
Kmart Item No.:
• Parts
• Assembly
• Safety Rules
• Use and Care
• Troubleshooting
Read this Owner's manual carefully and be
sure your gas grill is properly assembled,
installed and maintained. Failure to follow
these instructions could result in serious injury
and/or property damage. This gas grill is
intended for outdoor use only and is not
intended to be installed in or on recreational
vehicles or boats.
Note to Installer
Leave this Owner's Manual with the customer
after delivery and/or installation.
Note to Consumer
Leave this Owner's Manual in a convenient
place for future reference.
Customer Service Helpline:
For parts ordering, call:
For assembly questions, call:
MFG No.: 810-0010
Version No.: 19000232A1
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.



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  • Page 1 Use and Care Guide i® Liquid Propane Gas Grill Sears Model No. 122.16654901 Kmart Item No.: 640-87102234-9 • Parts • Assembly • Safety Rules • Use and Care • Troubleshooting Note to Consumer WARNING: Read this Owner's manual carefully and be Leave this Owner's Manual in a convenient sure your gas grill is properly assembled, place for future reference.
  • Page 2 Two-Year Full Warranty on Kenmore Grill Failure to comply with these instructions If this grill fails due to a defecting material or result in serious bodily injury.
  • Page 3 • Have your LP gas tank filled by a reputable propane gas dealer and visually inspected and re-qualified at each filling. A tankofapproximately 12inches indiameter b y 18- • Do not store a spare LP gas tank under or 1/2inches highisthemaximum sizeLPgastankto •...
  • Page 4 Congratulations on making a smart purchase. Your new spark resulting in fire and/or explosion. 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 # 15803, at your local Sear's or Kmart store. To make sure you obtain the correct replacement parts for your Kenmore gas grill, please refer to Also this grill can be converted to a the part numbers on this page.
  • Page 7 3. Make sure all burner valves are in OFF position. Congratulations 4. Inspect the valve connection port and regulator Your Kenmore gas grill is now ready for use. Read all assembly. Look for damage or debris. Remove safety, lighting and operating instructions before use.
  • Page 8: Using The Side Burner

    Checking for LP gas leaks. Never test for leaks with a flame. Prior to first use, at the beginning of each season, or every time your LP gas tank is changed, you must check for gas leaks. 1. Make a 50/50 mild soap solution. 7.
  • Page 9 If Grill Still Fails To Light Manually Lighting Your Grill by Match 1. Check gas supply and connections for leaks. Check 1. Take the manual lighting stick. that all wire connections are secure. 2. Insert a match into the lighting stick. 2.
  • Page 10 1.Make sure the light power switch on the control panel is in the "OFF" position. 2. Pull out power plug of transformer from receptacle. 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 11 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 12: Installation

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS Before Using Your Unit IMPORTANT: READ THE FOLLOWING PRIOR TO 1.Remove the exterior and interior packing before CONNECTING POWER AND USE connecting the unit to the power source, let it stand To reduce the risk of fire, electrical shock or upright for approximately 2 hours.
  • Page 13 Refrigerator Care Fig. A 1. Remove food from refrigerator if power is lost. 2. Plug the refrigerator into a properly grounded wall outlet. Do not cut or remove the third prong (ground) from the power cord under any circumstances. 3. For any questions concerning power and/or grounding, contact a certified electrician or a Sears service dealer or other qualified service dealer.
  • Page 14 Cleaning Exterior Stainless Steel Surfaces Toensure a proper w orking unitthefollowing proper careandmaintenance is suggested. •Weathering and extreme heat can cause exterior stainless steel surfaces to turn tan in color. Machine CleaningCookingGrids oils used in manufacturing process of stainless steel Wesuggest youwashyourcooking gridsina mildsoap can also cause this tanning color.
  • Page 15: 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 16 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 17 WARNING,: To ensure that it is safe to eat, food must be cooked to the minimum internal temperatures listed in the _ble below. USDA* Safe Minimum Internal Temperatures Fish t45 ° F Pork 160 ° F 160 ° F Egg Dishes 145 °...
  • Page 18 Your Home For exped troubleshooting and home solutions advice: For repair - in your home -of a!! major brand appliances, lawn and garden equipment, or heating and cooling systems, no matter who made it:, no matter who sold it! For the replacement pa_s, accessories owner's manuals that you need to doqt_yourself.
  • Page 19 Guia de uso y mantenimiento ® Parrilla a gas de propano liqu Sears Model N°.: 122.16654901 Kmart Item N°.: 640-87102234-9 opartes °Ensamblado oReglas de seguridad oUso y cuidado oSolucibn a problemas b_sicos ADVERTENCIA: Nota para el usuario Deje este Manual del Usuario en un lugar Lea este Manual del Usuario atentamente y conveniente para referencia en el futuro.
  • Page 20: Por Su Seguridad

    Garantia completa de dos aSos sobre las el area de cocci6n durante el uso de la parrilla. No Parrillas Kenmore toque las superficies de cocci6n, la caja de la parrilla, la tapa, ni ninguna otra parte de la parrilla Siesta parrilla dejase de funcionar debido a un...
  • Page 21 •Haga rellenar su tanque de gas de PL por un vendedor de gas Un tanque de unas 12 pulgadas de diametro por una altura propano reconocido hagalo inspeccionar visualmente y de 18-1/2 pulgadas es el tanque de gas de PL de tamafio certificar a cada reltenado maximo que puede usar Debe usar un tanque de gas...
  • Page 22 Felicitaciones por haber hecho esta sabia compra. Su una chispa que cause un incendio y/o explosi6n. nuevo producto Kenmore esta disefiado y construido para darle muchos afios de uso confiable. Pero, como todos los productos, puede que necesite reparaciones NOTA: Et flujo normal de gas a traves del conjunto de tanto en tanto.
  • Page 23 01-- 32 _51...
  • Page 24 Usted puede comprar el Juego de Para asegurarse de obtener los repuestos rotisserie Kenmore, art. n° 15803 correctos para su parrilla a gas Kenmore, vea los en su tienda Sears o almac6n de Kmart. n0meros de las partes en esta pagina.
  • Page 25 3. Aseg6rese de todas las valvulas de los quemadores Su parritta a gas Kenmore esta tista para su uso. Lea est6n en posici6n OFF. todas tas instrucciones de seguridad, encendido y uso 4. Inspeccione las salidas de conexiones de las valvulas, y atentamente.
  • Page 26 6. Para encender los otros quemadores, gire tas perittas de control hasta la posici6n _HI. Empuje y Inspecci6n de fugas de gas de PL mantenga el bot6n de encendido electr6nico durante 3 a 5 segundos para encender el quemador. Ajuste las No haga nunca esta prueba con una llama.
  • Page 27 Si la parrilla todavia no se enciende //_ADVERTENClA 1. Inspeccione el suministro de gas y las conexiones No se incline nunca sobre el area de cocci6n de la para ver si hay p6rdidas. Verifique si todas las parrilla mientras que la enciende. Mantenga su conexiones de cables estan firmes.
  • Page 28 1. AsegQrese que el interruptor de la lampara en el panel de control est6 en la posici6n "OFF". 2. Desenchufe el enchufe del transformador del Ilustraci6n A tomacorriente. ADVERTENClA Mantenga cualquier cable electrico alejado de las superficies calientes. Remplazo de I&mpara hal6gena 1.AsegQrese que la parrilla se haya enfriado antes de cambiar la bombilla.
  • Page 29 Ilustraci6n F 7. Saque la bombilla y reemplacela por una nueva como en la Ilustraci6n F. Seguidamente apriete los cuatro tornillos que se habian aflojado segQn la Ilustraci6n E. Nota: No toque el foco hal6geno con las manos sin protecci6n. Ilustraci6n G 8.
  • Page 30 INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACION Antes de usar su unidad IMPORTANTE: 1. Saque el material de empaque exterior e interior antes LEAS LAS INSTRUCCIONES SIGUIENTES de conectar la unidad a la fuente de alimentaci6n y ANTES DE CONECTAR LA ALIMENTACION dejela de pie durante unas 2 horas. Esto disminuira Y ANTES DE USAR las posibilidades de un mal funcionamiento sistema de enfriamiento a causa de los...
  • Page 31 Cuidado del refriqerador Ilustr. A 1. Saque la comida del refrigerador si hay un corte de energia electrica. 2. Enchufe el refrigerador en un tomacorriente con conexi6n a tierra. No corte ni elimine la tercer patita (tierra) del cable de alimentaci6n, bajo ninguna circunstancia.3.
  • Page 32 Limpieza de las superficies exteriores de acero Para asegurar que la unidad funcione bien, sugerimos inoxidable: la limpieza y mantenimiento. La intemperie y el calor fuerte pueden causar que las Limpieza de las parrillas de cocci6n superficies exteriores en inoxidable tomen un color Sugerimos que lave las rejillas de cocci6n con un jab6n marr6n.
  • Page 33: Antes De Llamar Al Servicio

    Noimporta queprocedimiento delimpieza usepara 3.Verifique si hayda_os (rajaduras o agujeros) enlos elquemador, lerecomendamos quesigatodoslos quemadores. Si estos existieran, pidae instale uno pasos siguientes p araayudar a prolongar la vidadel nuevo. D espues d elainstalaci6n a segQrese quelos quemador. orificios delavalvula degasest6nubicados correctamente dentro de laspuntas delostubosdel 1.Useunpasodefibrao uncepillo denylon para quemador.
  • Page 34 Cocci6n indirecta Para una cocci6n indirect& la comida debe colocarse en el costado izquierdo o derecho de la ADVERTENCIA parrilla con el quemador encendido en el lado No deje la parrilla sin vigilancia. opuesto. La cocci6n indirecta debe hacerse con Su parrilla calienta mucho.
  • Page 35 ADVERTENCIA: Para asegurar que la comida pueda comerse con seguridad, cocinela a la temperatura interna minima listada en la tabla de abajo: Temperaturas Intemas Minimas para la Seguridad, USDA* Pescado Cerdo Recetas que contengan con huevos Bistes o asados de res, temera o cordero Came molida de res, ternera o cordero Aves enteras (Pavo, polio, pato, etc.) Aves, molida o en pedazos (Pechugas, etc.)
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