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Cleaning
the
Grill
The best way to
keep your
grill
looking
great
is to
use a cover,
supplied
by Lynx, when the grill
is not in use. While stainless steel
is
very
durable,
some
care
is
required
to
ensure the
long
life
of your grill.
STAINLESS
STEEL
Your grill
has a directional
pol-
ished grain - any cleaning should
be carried
out
along
this
grain
and not across it.
The grill
is made from
non-rust-
ing
and
non-magnetic
stainless
steel.
After
initial
usage,
areas
of
the
grill
may
discolor
from
the intense
heat given off by the
burners
- this
is normal.
There
are many different
stainless steel
cleaners
available.
Always
use
the
mildest
cleaning
procedure
first,
scrubbing
in the
direction
of the grain. To touch
up notice-
able
scratches
in
the
stainless
steel, sand very
lightly
(at your
own risk) with
dry 100 grit emery
paper
in
the
direction
of
the
grain. Specks of grease can gath-
er on the surfaces of the stainless
steel and bake on to the surface
and give the appearance
of rust.
To
aid
removal,
use
a fine
to
medium
grit
non-metallic
abra-
sive pad (Scotch Brite is good)
in
conjunction
with
a stainless steel
cleaner. Always
rub in the direc-
tion of the grain.
The best maintenance
for stain-
less steel is to wipe
it down with
a damp
cloth. This
is especially
true
if a swimming
pool
is locat-
ed
near the
grill,
as prolonged
contact
with
chlorinated
water
can pit
the
stainless
steel. This
damage
is not
covered
by your
warranty.
Never use steel "Brillo"
pads or similar products
as these
will
leave
traces
of
material
behind
which
will
quickly
rust
and is not a defect in the Grill.
GRILL
RACKS
The easiest way to clean the grill
racks
is to
do
so
immediately
after
cooking
and
turning
off
the burners. Wearing
a long BBQ
mitt
to
protect
your
hand
from
steam,
dip
a brass bristle
brush
in hot water
and scrub the
grill
rack.
Dip
the
brush
frequently
as the
steam
aids
the
cleaning
process. If grill is allowed
to cool
before cleaning,
cleaning
will
be
more difficult.
NEVERUSEWATERTO CLEAN THE
GRILL RACK ABOVE A PROSEAR
BURNER. LIQUID FALLING ONTO
AN UNLIT PROSEARBURNERCAN
CAUSE
PERMANENT
DAMAGE.
THE
GRILL
RACK
ABOVE
THE
PROSEARWILL NORMALLY BURN
CLEAN DURING THE 5 MINUTE
CLEANING BURN AFTER USE. IF
GRILL RACK REQUIRESFURTHER
CLEANING,
ALLOW
TO
COOL
AND REMOVE FROM GRILL.
DRIP TRAY
The drip
tray should
be cleaned
after every use of the grill.
DO NOT ALLOW EXCESS
GREASE
OR
LIQUIDS
TO
ACCUMULATE
IN THE DRIP TRAY AS THIS MAY
CREATEA FIRE HAZARD.
Allow
the grill to cool complete-
ly, then
remove
the drip
tray by
pulling
it out from
the grill
until
it
stops,
then
lifting
the
front
edge
until
the
drip
tray
comes
free. Clean with
hot soapy water
or commercial
cleaning
product,
rinse, dry and reinstall
in grill.
NEVERUSE GRILL WITHOUT DRIP
TRAY PROPERLYINSTALLED.
BRIQU ETTE TRAYS
Although
they
normally
burn
clean with
use, it may occassion-
ally be necessary to clean the bri-
quette
trays.
After
allowing
the
grill
to cool
completely,
remove
the grill
racks, then
remove
the
briquette
trays
by
lifting
the
front
edge
and
pulling
toward
you.
Set the trays
upside-down
onto their
mounting
points, and
operate
the grill burners
on high
for
20-30
minutes
to
burn
the
briquettes
clean.
If it
becomes
necessary
to
replace
any or
all
the
briquettes,
replacements
are
available
from
your
dealer.
Replace briquettes
following
the
instructions
on page 6.
WARNING
Always
keep
the
area
surrounding
the
grill
free
from
all
combus-
tible
materials,
liquids,
vapors,
debris
and
ob-
structions.
Maintain
at
least
3"clearance
around
grill for proper
airflow.
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