WARNING: Please remember this is an outdoor gas grill. Many areas of the grill
generate extreme heat. We have taken every precaution to protect you from the contact
areas. However, it is impossible to isolate all high-temperature areas. Therefore, use
good judgment and a certain degree of caution when grilling on this product. We
suggest a covered, protected hand during operation of grill. Do not move your grill
when it is in operation or hot to the touch. Wait until your unit is turned off and
properly cooled down before moving it. Failure to follow this warning could result in
Do not operate the gas grill indoors or in any enclosed
area. If the gas grill is not in use, the
gas must be turned off at the supply tank. If the grill is to be stored indoors, disconnect
gas supply hose.
for gas leaks, do not use an open flame. Use a soapy water solution
apply it to the pipe joints and fittings with a brush and check for bubbles.
Check flexible hoses
for cuts and wear that may affect the safe operation
of the grill. Only the factory supplied
must be used. Use only replacement
your grill, after refueling,
to be certain that all connections
are tight and there are no gas leaks.
1. Make 2-3 ounces of leak solution
by mixing liquid dishwashing
soap with water.
2. Make certain all control knobs are in the "OFF" position.
3. Brush small amounts
of the leak solution on all the fittings and turn the gas on.
4. If bubbles appear, there is a leak. Proceed
to step 5.
5. Turn the gas off and tighten all connections.
6. Go back to step 1 to retest the fittings.
7. If bubbles continue to appear, turn the gas off. Contact customer
WARNING: Never use a match or open flame for leak detection. Use of an open flame
could result in a fire, explosion and bodily harm.
IMPORTANT: When connecting or replacing any gas pipe or fittings,
all joints must be
sealed with approved leak-proof sealing compound or plumber's tape.
Never store a spare tank under or near your grill.
IMPORTANT: When connecting or replacing gas pipe or fittings,
all joints must be
sealed with approved leak-proof sealing compound or plumber's tape. After making
connections, check all joints for leaks using a soapy water solution and a brush.
WARNING: Never use an open flame to test for gas leaks. Use of an open flame could
result in a fire, explosion and bodily harm.