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Burner Cleaning & Adjustment
Before
removing
burners
ensure
the gas
supply
is
off
and
the
knobs
are
in
the
"off"
position.
Make
sure
the
grill
has
completely
cooled
before
proceeding.
To Remove
Brass Burners:
Remove
the
grill
racks and
bri-
quette
trays.
Grasp
the
burner,
pull it up and slightly
to the rear
of the
unit
so the
burner
head
comes
off
the
brass
orifice
at
the front. Angle the burner
side-
ways, and remove. Be careful not
to upset the air shutter
position.
Brass Burner Cleaning:
Clean the exterior
of the burner
with
a wire
brush.
Clear
stub-
born
scale with
a metal
scraper.
Clear any clogged
ports
with
a
straightened
paper
clip.
Never
use
a wooden
toothpick
as
it
may break off and clog the port.
Shake
out
any
debris
through
the air shutter.
Use a flashlight
to inspect the burner
inlet to en-
sure it is not blocked.
If obstruc-
tions
can be seen, use a metal
wire
coat
hanger
that
has been
straightened
out to clean.
Brass Burner Air Adjustment
Each grill
burner
is tested
and
adjusted
at the factory
prior
to
shipment;
however,
variations
in the local gas supply
or a con-
version
from
one gas to another
may make it necessary to adjust
the
burners.
The
flames
of the
Grill
burners
should
be
visu-
ally
checked
and
compared
to
fig. 19-1. Flames should
be blue
and
stable
with
no yellow
tips,
excessive
noise or lifting.
If any
of these
conditions
exist, check
if the air shutter
or burner
ports
are
blocked
by
dirt,
debris,
or
spider
webs. If needed,
proceed
with
air shutter
adjustment.
Figure
17-1 -
Showing
proper flame characteristics.
The amount
of air which
enters
a burner
is governed
by a sheet
metal
disk at the inlet
called
an
air shutter. It is locked in place by
a set screw which
must
be loos-
ened prior to lighting
the burner
for adjustment
(see fig. 19-2).
To Adjust:
1)
Be extremely
careful
as the
burner
may be very hot.
2) If the flame
is yellow,
indicat-
ing
insufficient
air, turn
the
air
shutter
counterclockwise
to
al-
low more air to the burner.
3) If the flame
is noisy and tends
to lift away from the burner, indi-
cating
too much
air, turn
the air
shutter
clockwise.
4) Once adjusted,
turn
the burn-
er off and allow
to cool. Remove
burner,
tighten
set
screw
and
reinstall
the
briquette
trays and
grill racks.
Figure
17-2 -
Air shutter set
screwlocation on burner
PROSEAR BURNER
For day-to-day
cleaning,
see in-
structions
on page
15. If burner
inlet
is obstructed,
use a metal
wire
coat
hanger
that
has been
straightened
out to clean.
WARNING
IT IS CRITICAL
TO
CEN-
TER EVERY BURNER
ON
ITS
ORIFICE
AND
FOR
THE
BURNERS
TO
REST
LEVEL AND NOT
ROCK.
IF
THE
BURNERS
ARE NOT
CENTERED
CORRECTLY,
A
VERY
DANGEROUS
CONDITION
EXISTS THAT
CAN
CAUSE
PERSONAL
INJURY
AND
DAMAGE
TO THE UNIT.
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