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EMERGENCIES:
If a gas leak cannot be stopped, or a fire occurs due to gas leakage, call the fire department.
Gas leaking
from
cracked/cut/burned
hose.
Gas leaking
from LP
cylinder.
Gas leaking
from LP
cylinder
valve.
Gas leaking
between
LP cylinder
and
regulator
connection.
Fire coming
through
control
panel.
Grease
fire or
continuous
excessive
flames
above
cooking
surface.
• Damaged
hose.
Mechanical
failure
due to
rusting or mishandling.
• Failure of cylinder
valve from
mishandling
or mechanical
failure.
• Improper
installation,
connection
not tight, failure of
rubber seal.
Fire in burner tube section of
burner due to blockage.
• Too much grease building
in
burner area.
Turn off gas at LP cylinder
or at source on natural
gas
systems. If anything
but burned,
replace
valve/hose/regulator.
If burned, discontinue
use of
product
until a plumber
has investigated
cause and
corrections
are made.
Replace LP cylinder.
Turn off LP cylinder
valve. Return LP cylinder
to gas
supplier.
Turn off LP cylinder
valve. Remove regulator
from
cylinder
and visually
inspect rubber
seal for damage.
See LP cylinder
Leak Test and Connecting
Regulator
to
the LP Cylinder.
Turn off control
knobs and LP cylinder
valve. Leave lid
open to allow flames to die down. After fire is out and
grill is cold, remove burner and inspect
for spider nests
or rust. See Natural
Hazard
and Cleaning
the Burner
Assembly
pages.
Turn off control
knobs and LP cylinder
valve. Leave lid
open to allow flames to die down. After cooling,
clean
food particles
and excess grease from inside firebox
area, grease tray, and other surfaces.
TROUBLESHOOTING:
Burner(s) will not light
ignitor.
Continued
on next
page.
GAS ISSUES:
Trying to light wrong burner.
Burner not engaged
with
control
valve.
Obstruction
in burner.
No gas flow.
Vapor
lock at coupling
nut to
LP cylinder.
Coupling
nut LP cylinder
valve
not fully connected.
ELECTRICAL
ISSUE
Electrode
cracked
or broken
or
sparks somewhere
other than
tip.
Electrode tip not in proper
position.
See instructions
on control
panel and in Use and Care
section.
Make
sure valves are positioned
inside of burner tubes.
Ensure burner tubes are not obstructed
with spider webs
or other matter. See cleaning
section of Use and Care.
Make
sure LP cylinder
is not empty. If LP cylinder
is not
empty, refer to '"Sudden drop in gas flow".
Turn off knobs and disconnect
coupling
nut from LP
cylinder.
Reconnect
and retry.
Turn the coupling
nut approximately
one-half
to
three-quarters
additional
turn until solid stop. Tighten by
hand only- do not use tools.
Replace electrode(s).
Main
Burners:
Tip of electrode
should
be pointing
toward
gas port
opening
on burner. The distance
should be 1/8" to 3/16".
Adjust if necessary.
Side Burner:
Tip of electrode
should
be pointing
toward
gas port
opening
on burner. The distance
should be 1/8" to 3/16".
Adjust if necessary.
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