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Precautions
for
Installation
and
Storage
I)
DO NOT store or use gasoline
or other
flammable
vapors
and
liquids
in the vicinity
of
this
or
any other appliance.
2)
Never
store
additional
or
empty
propane
cylinders
in the
grill
cabinet
or around
the
grill.
Do
not store
propane
cylinders
indoors
or on their
sides. Never
use dented,
rusty
or
damaged
propane
cylinders.
3)
Children
should
not
be
left
alone
or unattended
in an area
where a grill is located. Place your
grill well
away from
areas where
children
play. Do not store items
that
may interest
children
in or
around
the grill,
in the cart or in
the masonry
enclosure.
When in
use, portions
of the grill are hot
enough
to cause severe burns.
4) Never move the grill when hot.
S) Always adhere to the required
clearances from
combustibles
as
detailed.
The grill is designed
for
outdoor
use only. Never use in a
garage,
building,
shed,
breeze-
way or other enclosed
area.
6) Gas grills
are not design
cer-
tified
for
and
are
not
to
be
installed
in
or on
recreational
vehicles,
portable
trailers,
boats
or any other moving
installation.
7) Have an ABC Fire Extinguisher
accessible
--
never
attempt
to
extinguish
a grease
fire
with
water
or other
liquids.
8) Store your
grill
in a well-ven-
tilated
area. Remove
the
LP cyl-
inder, if so equipped,
and store
it outdoors
in a well-ventilated
area away
from
heat and
away
from
where
children
may
tam-
per with
it.
9)
Keep
any
electrical
supply
cord
and
the
fuel
supply
hose
away from
any heated
surfaces.
Electrical
cords should
be placed
away
from
walkways
to
avoid
tripping
hazard.
10)
Do
not
repair
or
replace
any part
of the grill
unless
spe-
cifically
recommended
in
this
manual. Other service
should
be
performed
by a qualified
tech.
11)
If the
grill
is installed
by
a
professional
installer
or techni-
cian, be sure that
he shows
you
where
your gas supply
shut-off
is
located.
All gas lines must
have
a shut-off
that
is readily
and eas-
ily
accessible.
If you
smell
gas,
check for gas leaks immediately.
Check
only
with
a soap
and
water
solution.
Never check for
gas leaks with an open flame.
SPECIAL
NOTE ON USING
YOUR GRILL IN WINDY
CONDITIONS
As a high-performance
gas ap-
pliance,
your
Lynx grill
requires
significant
amounts
of air to sup-
port
the
combustion
process.
Your grill
has been
engineered
to take air in through
the control
panel area, and exhaust the com-
bustion
byproducts
out through
the gap
between
the front
and
rear hoods (see figure 2 at right).
Using your
grill
in windy
condi-
tions can disrupt
the proper
flow
of
air through
your
grill,
lead-
ing to
reduced
performance,
or
in certain
severe
cases, causing
heat buildup
in the control
panel
area. This can lead to
problems
such as having the control
knobs
melt,
or burn
hazards
when
the
control
panel
surfaces
become
too hot to touch.
During
high
wind
conditions,
it
is best if you don't
use your grill.
If you live in an area that
is sub-
ject
to frequent
high winds,
or a
steady directional
wind,
then the
installation
of
a suitable
wind-
break may be advised.
If you have a freestanding
grill,
it is best to
position
the unit
so
the
prevailing
wind
blows
into
the
front
control
panel,
thus
supporting
the
proper
airflow.
Winds
hitting
the
back
of
the
grill directly
are the most likely to
cause problems,
although
wind
blowing
along the hood gap can
also be problematic.
Please note that
damage to your
grill
resulting
from
use in windy
conditions,
such as melted
knobs
or igniter
wires, or control
panel
discoloration
from
heat
build-
up, are excluded
from
warranty
coverage.
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