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KENMORE 141.15227.1 Owner's Manual

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Owner's Manual
Liquid Propane Gas Grill
Model 141.15227.1
Natural Gas Grill
Model 141.17227
Read this Owner's Manual carefully and be sure
your gas grill is properly assembled, installed and
Failure to follow these instructions
could result in serious bodily 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 consumer after delivery and/or installation.
Note to Consumer:
Leave this Owner's Manual
in a convenient place for future reference.
and Co.,
IL 60179


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  • Page 1 Owner's Manual Liquid Propane Gas Grill Model 141.15227.1 Natural Gas Grill Model 141.17227 WARNING: Note to Installer: Leave this Owner's Manual with the consumer after delivery and/or installation. Read this Owner's Manual carefully and be sure your gas grill is properly assembled, installed and...
  • Page 2 Warranty ............. Z_WARNING Safety Instructions ........Combustion byproducts produced when using this product contain chemicals known to the Pre-Assembly Instructions ......State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Hardware, Parts Diagram Lists ..6 Assembly Instructions .......
  • Page 3 18-1/2incheshigh is the maximum size LP gas • LP gas tanks must be stored outdoors in a tank to use. You must use an "OPD"gas tank well-ventilated area and out of the reach of which offers an Overfill PreventionDevice. children. Disconnected LP gas tanks must not Thissafetyfeatureprevents thetankfrombeing...
  • Page 4 Figure 1 (Natural gas model only) Yournatural g asgrillis designed t ooperate on natural g asonly, a ta pressure o f7"watercolumn SUPPLY (W.C.) (1/4psi or 1.75kpa),regulated a tthe residential meter. C heck withyourgasutility INSIDE WALL company f orlocal g aspressure a ndwithyour OUTSIDE local m unicipality forbuilding coderequirements.
  • Page 5 • Long nose pliers can be used to remove CAUTION: Spiders and small insects occa- Cotter Pin when cleaning the Burners sionally spin webs or make nests in the grill • Use work gloves to protect your hands Burner Tubes during transit and warehousing. These webs can lead to a gas flow obstruc- •...
  • Page 6 The following table illustrates a breakdown of the hardware pack. It highlights what components are used in the various stages of assembly. Ref. Component Qty. to Use Purpose of Components H019 1/4"x2" Pattern Head Screw Attaches Cart Legs To Bottom Shelf H017 1/4"xl/2"...
  • Page 7 The following table illustrates a breakdown of the hardware pack. It highlights what components are used in the various stages of assembly. Ref. Component Qty. to Use Purpose of Components P55F5A Customized Wrench Tighten Caster P5540B Manual Lighting Stick Attaches To Outside Bowl Panel - Left H025...
  • Page 8 LPG = Liquid Propane Gas = Natural Gas 19 18 16 23 54 57 55 11a (NO only) (NG only) 58a, 61a (LPG only) 61b (NG only) (LPG only) _ kOb (NG only)
  • Page 9 P03412331C 32. Control Knob P1948A 33. Back Burner Assembly To make sure you obtain the correct replacement parts for your Kenmore gas grill, please refer to P2648A 34. Electrode Back Burner the part numbers in this parts list. The following 35.
  • Page 10 Figure 1 CART CAUTION: W hileitis possible foroneperson toas- BRACKET_ semble thisgrill,obtain assistance fromanother p erson CART LEG-LEFT when handling some of the larger, heavier pieces, espe- cially the grill head. 1. Open Lid of shipping carton and remove top sheet of cardboard.
  • Page 11 Install the Door Bracket to the inside of front Figure 4 Cart Legs. Align the threaded holes on the Door Bracket with the holes on Cart Legs. Tighten securely by using 4 of the 1/4"x2" Pattern Head Screws provided. (See Fig. 3. on page 9) Upper door bolt holes (at ends of bracket) must face outward.
  • Page 12 side of Grill Head, install the Grease Draining Figure 7 Tray with its drain hole to left, which is the side opposite from the Tank Pull-Out Tray. GREASE HEAT See Fig. 7. DRAIN- SHIELD GRILL TRAY HEAD From the front side of cabinet, open the front doors and Install the Grease Receptacle under Grease Draining Tray.
  • Page 13 end of Side Burner Tube goes over tip of Side Figure Burner Valve. Secure Side Burner with supplied Cotter Pin (packed in Side Burner Control Knob SUPPORT bag) See Fig. 9b. Place Pot Support into position on Side Burner Frame. 4.
  • Page 14 Ignitor Battery Installation - See Fig. 10 Electrode Check - Requires an Assistant Unscrew the Ignitor Cap located on the grill Before placing the cooking components into your Control Panel and remove the Contact and grill, ensure that the Spark Electrode Tip is properly Spring from the Ignitor Slot.
  • Page 15 Installing Cooking Components Figure 12 Important: Before cooking on your grill the first time, wash the Cooking Grids and Cooking Rack with warm, soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly. SECONDARY COOKING RACK Season with cooking oil regularly. After cooking is completed, turn grill to HIGH setting three to five minutes to burn off excess grease or food residue.
  • Page 16 LP gas tank is changed, you must Congratulations check for gas leaks. Follow these four steps: Your Kenmore gas grill is now ready for use. 1. Make a soap solution by mixing one part liquid Before the first use and at the beginning detergent and one part water.
  • Page 17 If the burner does not light, turn the Control Knob to OFF, wait 5 minutes for gas to clear, then retry. Once the left grill burner is ignited, the adjacent Basic Lighting Procedures burner can be lit by simply turning its Control Machine oils used in the manufacturing process of Knob to HIGH.
  • Page 18 • Misalignment of Ignitor on Burner Manually Lighting Your Grill by Match Correction: Check for proper position of the To light your gas grill by match, insert a match into the Electrode Tip as shown in Figures 9c and 11. Manual Lighting Stick and follow steps 1 through 6 of The gap between the Spark Electrode Tip and the Basic Lighting Procedures.
  • Page 19 5. Cover each Gas Valve Orifice with aluminum foil. Brush the inside and bottom of the grill with a fiber Aswithallappliances, proper c areandmaintenance pad or nylon brush, and wash with a mild soap and willkeepyourgrillintopoperating c ondition a nd warm water solution.
  • Page 20 Regardless of which Burner cleaning procedure you Cleaning The Burner Tubes and Burner Ports use, we recommend you also complete the following To reduce the chance of "FLASH-BACK" the proce- steps to help prolong Burner life. dure below should be followed at least once a month in 1.
  • Page 21 Question: What is the best way to protect my new fitthehose andregulator supplied w ithyournewgrill, t he Kenmore gas grill from the weather? tank isoutdated a ndmustbereplaced. Answer: Agood quality grill cover should be used to Question: W hat c ancause grill p arts torust a ndwhat protect your grill when not in use.
  • Page 22 Never use the CONGRATULATIONS HIGH setting for extended cooking. Your Kenmore gas grill is now ready to grill. Re- Medium to Low Settings: Most recipes specify member to keep the Lid up when cooking directly on medium to low settings, including all smoking, rotis- the grill.
  • Page 23 Cut of Meat Grilling Steak and Ribs Approximate Cooking Times T-bone steak Rare: 4-8 minutes Turn the grill Burners on HIGH, close the Lid Sirloin steak Medium: 10-14 minutes and preheat your grill 3 to 5 minutes. Open Lid and place the meat on the Cooking Grid Beef spare ribs Well done: 15-20 minutes Porterhouse steak...
  • Page 24 Cut of Meat Whole Fish and Whole Fillets Approximate Cooking Times Whole fish Preheat your grill on HIGH for 2-3 minutes 10 - 12 minutes per pound or with the Lid down. Raise lid and turn Whole fish fillets until fish is opaque Burners to MEDIUM heat.
  • Page 25 An important Note About Heat Settings Food preparation The suggested heat settings shown are approximate. Trim meat of excess fat. Truss meat and poultry with There are many factors such as outside temperature, cooking string to retain shape if desired. Bacon strips can be used to cover the outside surface of lean meat wind conditions and grill location that affect your grill performance.
  • Page 26 Rotisserie Cooking Rotisserie cooking produces foods that are moist, flavorful and attractive. The optional rotisserie system is most commonly used for cooking meat or poultry and is designed to cook food from the Back Burner using infrared heat. The location of the Burner allows the placement of a cooking pan beneath the food to collect juices for basting and gravy.
  • Page 27 Preparing to Smoke Smoking gives food a distinctive, delicious flavor. You will find a variety of wood chips or pellets available for use in smoking grilled foods. Pre-soaking of wood chips may be required so read and follow the manufacturers instructions for preparation of smoking chips prior to filling the Smoker Drawer.
  • Page 28 This method of cooking is popular around the world and A wide variety of foods can be deep-fried outdoors on can be easily accomplished outdoors on your Kenmore your grill, from potatoes, to seafood and chicken. gas grill. It's a quick and healthful way of preparing a...
  • Page 29 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 pounds lean ground beef cups shredded lettuce ONIONBURGERS cup finely shredded cheddar cheese cup dairy sour cream and/or guacamole A honey andmustard sauce glazes theonion slices astheycookalongside t hesedelicious b urgers. For Preparing the Salsa optimal s weetness, select V idalia orWallaWalla onions.
  • Page 30 RIBEYESTEAKS WITH GRILLED GARLIC Preparation As they cook, the garlic cloves mellow in flavor, Combine ketchup, pepper, rosemary, basil and garlic making a delicious sauce for any grilled meat. And for powder. Coat both sides of steak with mixture. Grill an appetizer, spread the softened cloves over toasted steak with lid up, directly over medium heat for 6 slices of french bread! Makes 4 servings.
  • Page 31 MARINATED TUNA STEAK Preparation Experiment with unique dishes, like this tuna steak Combine thawed fish, margarine or butter, lemon recipe boasting a delicious wine marinade! juice, mustard and basil into a cooking pan or Makes 4 servings. aluminum foil rectangle, and cook directly over low flame until butter is melted.
  • Page 32 SOUTHWEST CHICKEN BREASTS BARBECUEDCHICKEN This popular recipe can also be a grilled chicken salad! Another backyard favorite, this recipe includes an Slice chicken into small strips and place them on top easy to make sweet and spicy sauce. of shredded lettuce with avocado dressing and top with Makes 4 servings.
  • Page 33 TRADITIONAL HOLIDAY TU PIZZA ON THE GRILL RKEY You may never want to call out for pizza again! Imagine everyone's surprise when you serve your next Follow this pizza dough recipe, or purchase ready- holiday turkey--complete with dressing--delicious made pizza dough found in your grocers refrigerated and tender straight from the grill! Serves 8 - 10 section--next to the biscuits.
  • Page 34 FRESH VEGETABLE GRILLED POTATO SKINS S TIR-FRY Serve these crispy potatoes as a snack or side dish. Take a trip to the Orient with this easy, and healthy We've included microwave instructions for a timesav- vegetable recipe. Makes 4 - 6 servings. ing short cut.
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