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Lighting
the
Brass Burners
WARNING
Never
attempt
to
light
grill if odor of gas
is pres-
ent.
Hood
must
be
open
when
lighting.
Keep
face
and
body
as
far
from
grill
as
possible
when
lighting.
Always
wait
at
least
5
minutes
before
attempting
to
relight
a
hot
burner.
Before
proceeding,
make
sure
you have completed
the check-
list on the previous
page. These
checks should be performed
be-
fore each use of the grill.
Follow
these
steps to
light
the
main
brass grill burners:
1)
Open
hood
completely.
Do
not attempt
to light grill with the
hood
closed.
2) Check to ensure that all burn-
er control
knobs
are set to OFF.
Test ignition
system
by pressing
control
knob
in
and
listening
for
clicking
sound
of
igniter.
If
no
sound
occurs,
proceed
with
troubleshooting
or
match-light
the burner.
3)
Turn
on
main
gas
supply.
Purge if needed
(see page 9).
4) Push in and turn
burner
con-
trol
knob
to LITE. Hold
knob
in
for 5 seconds.
S)
If burner
does not light,
turn
knob
to
OFF, wait
5 minutes
to
allow
gas to
dissipate,
and
re-
peat step 4 above.
PREHEATING
THE
GRILL
Before cooking,
always
preheat
the grill for
best
results. To pre-
heat the grill, light
all main burn-
ers
and
set to
HIGH. Close the
grill
hood
and allow
to
preheat
for
10-15 minutes,
or
until
the
temperature
reaches 450°F.
After
preheating,
turn
off
all
burners
not
required,
carefully
open
the
hood,
and
adjust
re-
maining
burners
to
desired
cooking
temperature.
DO NOT LEAVE THE GRILL
UNATTENDED
DURING
THE PREHEAT CYCLE OR AT
ANYTIMEWHILETHEGRILL
IS IN USE.
DO NOT
ALLOW
GRILL
TO
PREHEAT
FOR
PROLONGED
PERIODS
OF
TIME.
OVERHEATING
THE
GRILL
CAN
CAUSE
DAM-
AGE
TO
THE
GRILL
AND
PERSONAL
PROPERTY.
MATCH
LIGHTING
If burners will
not light
after sev-
eral attempts,
the burners can be
match
lit.
If you've just attempt-
ed to
light
the
burner
with
the
igniter,
allow
5 minutes
for
any
accumulated
gas to dissipate.
Make
sure
all knobs
are in the
OFF position.
Keep your
face as
far away from the grill as possible.
With the hood open, pass the al-
ternate
lighting
rod with a lit pa-
per match
installed
to the ports
of the burner. Push and turn
the
corresponding
control
knob
of
the burner
to LITE. If the burner
does not light
in 4 seconds, turn
the knob off and wait
5 minutes
before attempting
again.
LOW HEAT ADJUSTMENT
The valves
on the
grill
feature
an adjustable
low
setting.
Due
to
fluctuations
in gas pressure,
heating
value or gas conversion,
you may feel it necessary to ad-
just
gas flow
in the low
position.
Do not adjust
the infra-red
rotis
or ProSear burners.
1)
Light the burner.
2) Turn the control
knob
to the
lowest
setting
(all the way coun-
ter-clockwise).
3) Remove the knob.
4)
While
holding
the valve shaft
with
pliers,
insert
a
thin
flat
tipped
screwdriver
into the shaft
and
while
viewing
the
burner,
adjust
to
a
minimum
stable
flame
(see figure
14-1).
knob
Figure
14-1
-
Adjusting
brass burner low heat setting.
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