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Precautions
for Using Your Grill
READ THIS MANUAL
CARE-
FULLY
AND
COMPLETELY
BEFORE USINGYOURGRILL
TO
REDUCE
THE
RISK OF
FIRE,
BURN
HAZARD
OR
OTHER INJURY.
Safety
Precautions
1) NEVER LEAVE THE GRILL UN-
ATTENDED WHILE COOKING.
2)
Avoid
wearing
loose-fitting
garments
or long
sleeves while
using
the grill.
Never touch
the
grill
racks,
hood
or
immediate
surrounding
metal
surfaces with
your
bare
hands as these
areas
become
extremely
hot
during
use and could cause burns.
3) Use an insulated
glove or mitt
when
opening
and
operating
the grill.
Open
grill
lid slowly
to
allow
heat and smoke to escape
before fully opening.
4) Never
lean over
hot grill
sur-
face or look directly
into the grill
when
attempting
to
light.
The
grill
hood
must
be fully
opened
when lighting.
5) Do
not heat unopened
food
containers
as pressure
build-up
may cause container
to burst.
6) 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.
These
damages
are specifically
excluded
from your warranty.
7) Never use charcoal in the grill.
8)
Never
operate
the
grill
in
a
windy
area. If windy
conditions
exist, install a suitable windbreak
(see page 2 for details).
9) Be aware that
cooking
exces-
sively fatty
meats and other such
products
will
cause flareups.
In-
ternal 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.
10)
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.
11)
Grease
is
extremely
flam-
mable. 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.
12)
Do not
use the
grill
until
a
leak check has been
performed
(see page 11).
13)
Do
not
operate
grill
under
the influence
of alcohol or drugs.
14)
If
equipped,
never
place
more
than
30 pounds
on a side
shelf. Do not lean on shelves.
15)
If any burner
does not light
or
goes
out
during
operation,
turn
off
all
gas
control
knobs
with
hood
open and wait five (5)
minutes
before
attempting
to
re-light.
16)
Prior
to
using
grill
ensure
that all tie down
wires have been
removed
from
burners.
WARNING
Spiders
and
insects
can
nest
in
the
burners
of
this
or
any
other
grill,
and
cause
gas
to
flow
from
the
front
of
the
burner.
This
is
a
very
dangerous
condition
which
can
cause
a
fire
to
occur
behind
the
valve
panel,
thereby
damag-
ing
the
grill and
making
it unsafe
to operate.
If
your
grill
has
been
stored
or
unused
for
a
prolonged
period,
it
is
recommended
that
the
burners
be
removed,
in-
spected,
and
cleaned
if
needed
according
to
the
instructions
on
page
19.
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