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Troubleshooting
If
the
Grill
does
not
function
properly,
use th is checklist
before
contacting
Lynx for service.
GRILL WON'T
LIGHT
Determine
if
the
spark
ignit-
ers
are
functioning
properly
by
listening
for
a rapid
clicking
sound when
the control
knob
is
depressed.
If no sound
is heard,
check the electrical
connections
or try
replacing
the
igniter
bat-
tery according
to the instructions
on
page
7. If the
power
is OK,
ensure that there is a proper
gap
of
approximately
1/8"
between
the burner
and electrode
wire.
If the spark igniters
are working
correctly,
next
determine
if gas
is reaching
the
burners.
Ensure
the gas supply
is turned
on, and
that
there
are no leaks, accord-
ing to the procedure
on page 6.
Attempt
to match-light
a burner
according
to
the
procedure
on
page
11. If the burner
will
light
with
a
match,
then
the
spark
igniter
may not
be functioning
correctly,
or may not be adjust-
ed
correctly.
See above
or call
for service. If the burner
will
not
match
light,
and the gas supply
has been
confirmed,
check the
burner
for
blockages
according
to the procedure
on page 19.
YELLOW
FLAME/GAS
SMELL
IF
YOU
SMELL
GAS
WHILE
THE
GRILL
IS
OPERATING,
IMMEDIATELY
TURN
OFF
ALL
BURNERS. Perform
a leak
test,
check
for
blockages
and
check
the
air
shutter
adjustment
according
to page
19.
NOTE:
If the grill is operating
in
a dusty
area or if heavy
grease
is present,
some
orange
tips
on
the burner
flame
are normal.
LOW/INSUFFICIENT
HEAT
Ensure
that
adequate
preheat
time
has elapsed.
Brass burners
should
preheat
for
at
least
15
minutes
with
the
hood
closed;
ProSear burners
should
preheat
for at least 3 minutes.
If
adequate
preheat
time
was
allowed,
check
the
gas supply
for
a damaged
and/or
kinked
supply
line. Replace if necessary.
On LP units, a mostly
empty
tank
may
not
have
sufficient
pres-
sure to run the grill at high heat.
Replace
with
a full
tank.
Make
sure
that
the
regulator/hose
assembly
being
used is the unit
supplied
with
the grill.
On natu-
ral
gas
units,
ensure
that
the
supply
line is at least 3/4" diam-
eter. Check the gas supply
pres-
sure
to
ensure
at
least
7" W.C.
(0.25 psi) for natural gas, 11"W.C.
(0.4 psi) for LR
If gas supply
is adequate,
check
burners
for blockages
and check
flame
characteristics
according
to
the
procedure
on
page
19
and clean or adjust
air shutter
if
needed.
Check also that
there is
no pressure
being applied
to the
regulator
attached
to
the
back
of
the
grill.
This
regulator
con-
tains
a flexible
diaphragm
and
should
not be allowed
to touch
the grill body or surroundings.
Check
to
make
sure
that
the
burners
and
the
drip
tray
are
clean
and
free
from
obstruc-
tions.
Clean if
necessary.
NOTE:
No part
of the grill
should
ever
be lined
with
aluminum
foil
as
it will
interfere
with
airflow
and
can cause a low heat condition.
BURNER
BLOWS OUT
First
determine
if the
problem
is
being
caused
by
location.
If
location
is
subject
to
high
winds,
reposition
grill to provide
some
protection.
Check the gas
supply
and
flame
characteris-
tic
according
to
the
procedure
under
Low/Insufficient
Heat.
Check to ensure that the burners
are correctly
positioned
in the
grill
according
to the procedure
on
page
19. Correctly
installed
burners
should
be seated firmly
with
no side-to-side
movement.
ROTISSERIE WON'T
LIGHT
Follow
the
same
procedure
as
described
above
for
the
grill
burners
to
diagnose
problems
with the Rotisserie IR burner.The
IR burner
flame
may be hard to
see in bright
sunny conditions.
LIGHTS WON'T
OPERATE
Ensure
that
the
grill
has
AC
power
by removing
the 9V bat-
tery
according
to
the
instruc-
tions on page 7, and then
press-
ing a burner
control
knob to test
the
spark
igniter.
If
the
ignit-
ers don't
function,
no AC power
is connected.
If the
igniters
do
function,
replace the bulb.
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