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Locating
Your
Grill
When
selecting
a suitable
loca-
tion, take into account
concerns
such
as exposure
to
wind
and
traffic
paths. Try to keep all gas
supply
lines as short
as possible.
Never locate
the grill
in a build-
ing, garage,
shed or other
such
enclosed
area.
A
carpenter's
"spirit
level"
should
be used to
assure that
the unit is level both
front-to-back
and
side-to-side.
If it is not level, burner
combus-
tion
may
be erratic
or the
unit
may
not
function
efficiently.
If
the floor
is uneven
or has a de-
cided
slope,
re-leveling
may be
required
after
each moving
of a
freestanding
unit.
BUILT-IN
INSTALLATIONS:
The LYNX Built-In Grill is designed
for easy installation
into mason-
ry enclosures.
For non-combus-
tible
applications,
the grill drops
into
the
opening
shown
in the
cutout
detail drawing
and hangs
from its counter-top
trim. A deck
is not required
to support
it from
the bottom.
When using the in-
sulated
jacket
in a combustible
enclosure,
the
jacket
must
be
supported
from the bottom
by a
ledge
on each side or a full deck
beneath
the jacket.
Review
the
detailed
drawing
and
pay spe-
cial
attention
to
the
provisions
shown
for gas line hook-up.
It is
recommended
that
the
enclo-
sure
have
ventilation
holes
to
prevent
gas build-up
in the event
of a leak. The
deck
ledges
and
counter
should
be flat and level.
If your grill is equipped
with a ro-
tisserie, electrical
service
should
be provided
(on the Left Side of
most
models).
REARHOOD CLEARANCE:
Clearance is required
behind
the
grill
to
allow
the front
hood
to
open (see figure 4-1). 27" and 36"
models
require
a minimum
of 2"
clearance, while
30", 42" and 54"
models
require
a minimum
of
4" clearance.
The
grill
exhausts
combustion
products
and cook-
ing greases to the back. Never lo-
cate the grill
where
this exhaust
will be difficult
to clean.
2" min. for 27"and 36" grills
4" min. for 30", 42"and 54" grills
Figure
4-1 -
Required clearance
to allow opening
of front hood.
CLEARANCE
TO
COMBUSTIBLE
CONSTRUCTION:
Minimum
clearance
from
sides
and
back
of
unit
to
adjacent
combustible
construction
below
top of unit are 12" from
sides and
12" from
back.
D_gagement
minimal
entre
les
parois
lat_rales
et
I'arri@re
de
I'appariel
et la construction
com-
bustible
au-dessous
du panneau
sup_rieur
de I'appareil
(30 cm
partir des parois lat_rales et 30 cm
partir
de I'arri_re).
Minimum
horizontal
clearance
from
sides and
back
of
unit
to
adjacent
vertical
combustible
construction
extending
above
top of unit is 12" from
sides and
12" from
back.
D_gagement
horizontal
minimal
entre
les parois lat_rales
et
I'arri_re
de
I'appariel
et
la
construction
verticale
combustible
au-dessus
de I'appareil
(30 cm
_
partir
des
parois
lat_rales
et 30 cm
_
partir
de I'arri_re).
Do not use this appliance
under
overhead
combustible
surfaces.
Ne pas utiliser
cet
appareil
sous
une surface combustible.
A minimum
of 6" of clearance
is
needed
on each side of the grill
for the motor
and skewer.
If the grill
is to be placed
into a
combustible
enclosure,
an
ap-
proved
insulated
jacket is neces-
sary and
is available
from
your
LYNX dealer. Use only a LYNX in-
sulated jacket
as it has been
de-
signed and tested specifically
for
your Grill. Refer to next page for
cutout
dimensions.
WARNING
Installing
this
product
into
a
combustible
en-
closure
without
an
insu-
lated
jacket
could
result
in
fire,
property
damage
and
personal
injury.
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