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Safety
Practices
& Precautions
11.
Have an ABC
Fire Extinguisher
accessible
--
never attempt to extinguish
a grease fire
with water or other liquids.
12.
Keep any electrical
supply cord and the fuel supply
hose away from any heated surfaces.
Gardez tout cordon
d'alimentation
_lectrique
et tuyau d'alimentation
en combustible
a
I'_cart
des surfaces
chauff_es.
13.
Do not heat unopened
food containers
as a build-up of pressure
may cause the container
to
burst.
14. Never store additional
or empty propane
cylinders
in the grill cabinet or around the grill.
Do not store propane
cylinders
indoors or on their sides. Never use dented, rusty or
damaged
propane cylinders.
15.
Do not use aluminum
foil to line grill racks or drip pans. This will alter combustion
airflow or trap excessive
heat in the control
area. This can result in melted knobs and
ignition modules.
16.
If the grill is installed by a professional
installer or technician,
be sure that he shows
you where your gas supply shut-off
is located. All gas lines must have a shut-off that
is readily and easily accessible.
If you smell gas, check for gas leaks immediately.
Check
only with a soap and water solution. Never
check
for
gas leaks
with
an open
flame.
17. Never use charcoal
in the grill. Never operate the grill in a windy area. If windy conditions
exist, install a suitable windbreak.
18. Be aware that cooking
excessively
fatty meats and other such products will cause flareups.
Internal fires or damage caused
by flare-ups
or the grill being left unattended
while
cooking, are
not the responsibility
of LYNX and any resulting damage
is not covered
under the terms and
conditions
of our Warranty.
19. Never grill without the drip pan in place. The drip pan must be pushed all the way to the
back of the grill. Without the drip pan in place, hot grease could leak downward
and produce a
fire or explosion
hazard.
20. Store your grill in a well-ventilated
area. Remove the LP cylinder,
if so equipped,
and
store it outdoors
in a well-ventilated
area away from heat and away from where
children may
tamper with it.
21.
Always
adhere to the required
clearances
from combustibles
as detailed. The grill is
designed for use outdoors
only. Never operate
in a garage, building, shed, breezeway
or other
enclosed
area.
22.
Grease is extremely
flammable.
Let hot grease cool down before attempting
to handle
or dispose of it. The drip tray should be cleaned of grease on a regular basis.
23. Keep any electrical
supply cord away from any heated surface.
Electrical
cords should be
placed away from walkways
to avoid tripping hazard.
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Rev, 04/2005
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