Lynx L27 (2006) user manual download (Page 5 of 24)

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SPECIAL NOTE FOR LP USE
Never
connect
any unregulated
gas supply
to the grill
The hose
with
regulator
and Type
1 con
nection
included
with
your
grill
has these safety features:
• The system will
not allow
gas to
flow
until
a positive
connection
has been made
•The
system
has a thermal
ele
ment
that
will
shutoff
the flow
of
gas between
115 and
150°C
(240 and 300°F)
• The system
has a flow
limiting
device
which,
when
activated,
will
restrict
the flow
of gas to 10
cubic feet per hour
NOTE:
The cylinder
control
valve
must
be turned
off
before
any
connection
is
made or
removed.
NEVER
USE
GRILL
WITHOUT
FIRST
LEAK
TESTING
THIS
CONNECTION,
FOLLOWING
THE PROCEDURE ON PAGE 11.
Should
the
large,
black,
ther
mally
sensitive
coupling
nut be
exposed
to temperatures
above
115 150°C, it
will
soften,
allow
ing
the
regulator
probe
to
dis
engage
from
the cylinder
valve,
thereby
shutting
off the flow
of
gas
Should
this
occur,
do
not
attempt
to
reconnect
the
nut
Remove
the entire
regulator
as
sembly
and replace it with
a new
one
The cause of the excessive
heat should
be determined
and
corrected
before
operating
your
grill
again
The
regulator
probe
also contains
a flowsensing
el
ement,
which
will
limit
the flow
of gas to the regulator
to a man
ageable
amount
in the event
of
a hose or regulator
rupture
If it
is evident
that
the flow
control
device
has activated,
the
cause
of the excess flow should
be de
termined
and
corrected
before
using your grill again
NOTE:
Improper
lighting
proce-
dures can cause the
flow
control
to activate,
resulting
in reduced
heat output.
If this is suspected,
to
reset
flow
control,
shut
off
all burner
controls
and cylinder
valve,
wait
30
seconds,
then
turn
cylinder
valve on extremely
slowly, wait
five (5) seconds and
turn
burner
valve on to light
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Figure
3-1
-
The included hose
and regulator
must be used if
your
grill is set-up for LP Gas.
Wind hitting the grill
while in use, especially
winds blowing into
or across this hood
gapl
CaB
cause
poor
performanceand in
some casescan cause
the control panel to
get
dangerously hot.
Figu
re
:3-2
-
Steady
or gusty
winds
can prevent
the normal
exhaust
of hot gases.
Locate your grill
away from prevailing
winds and avoid grilling
in windy conditions.
If needed, install a windbreak.
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