Insert the assembled
into the Motor as shown below. The Motor should be on the
left side of your grill and the Handle
on the right side. Place the Bushing
into the slot
on the right side of your grill bowl, then tighten the Collar Thumbscrew
to the left of
the Bushing. The Collar will stabilize
during the cooking
process and the
Bushing allows the Rotisserie
Spit to turn smoothly.
Plug the Rotisserie
into an outlet and turn
on to test.
The bushin,q and collar must always be used with this Rotisserie.
BASIC TIPS FOR ROTISSERIE
When Rotisserie cooking, use the Indirect Cooking Method, In other words, the burners at each end
of the grill are lit and the food is placed
centrally on the Rotisserie,
with no direct heat source
underneath. Some grill models offer a Rotisserie / Back Burner.
To catch any drips from the rotisserie
cooked food it will be necessary to remove the cooking grid(s) then place a drip pan directly under
the food. These drippings can be used for making gravies and other sauces to accompany the cooked
meats. This drip pan also collects greases which could otherwise collect in your grill bowl and cause
a grease fire.
Once your Rotisserie, food and drip pan are in position with the indirect heat source on, close the
grill lid. Cooking times on a rotisserie will be approximately
the same as for oven cooking. However,
factors can affect actual cooking times. Watch the temperature
carefully and monitor
your food frequently
for best results. It is recommended
that you use a meat thermometer
for the desired well-doneness
of any foods prepared on a rotisserie.
ROTISSERIE COOKING CAN BE CONSIDERABLY
SLOWER THAN DIRECT HEAT COOKING, BUT
CAN BE WELL WORTH THE TIME AND EFFORT
Use caution and wear insulated cooking
mitts when using your grill, rotisserie
or optional cooking
For more comprehensive
refer to the Cooking Instructions
and Cooking Guide in your
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