Lynx L27 (2006) user manual download (Page 8 of 24)

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Unpacking
and Assembly
Your grill
arrives nearly
ready to
use
and
requires
little
assem-
bly. By carefully
following
these
steps, you will be assured of safe
initial
operation.
1) Cut the
main
strap
holding
the
grill
to
the
pallet.
With
as-
sistance, remove
grill from pallet
and place into desired location.
2)
Carefully
cut
the
cable
ties
securing
the warming
rack and
rotisserie
spit
(if equipped).
Re-
move these parts and set aside.
3)
Remove
the
grill
racks, then
remove
any loose items from the
firebox,
including
the
rotisserie
motor
and L.P.hose.
4)
Carefully
remove
the
bri-
quette
trays
by
lifting
the front
of the tray and sliding
it towards
the front
of the grill.
S)
Inspect
briquette
trays
for
loose
or
missing
briquettes.
If
found,
follow
procedure
at right
to reinstall.
6) Cut and
remove
wire
and/or
cable ties from
burners.
ProSear
burners
may
be
secured
from
the bottom
side. Remove
styro-
foam
block
from
under
ProSear
burner
cover.
7)
Re-install
briquette
trays
by
reversing
procedure
from step 4.
8) Re-install
grill racks.
You are now
ready to
proceed
with the utility
connections.
TO REPLACE BRIQUETTES
The
special
Lynx
ceramic
bri-
quettes
are secured to the trays
with
stainless
steel
clips. To in-
sert a briquette
into the tray,
it
is necessary
to
remove
the
clip
from
one side of the empty
slot.
This is done
by bending
the
re-
taining
tabs
for the clip
located
on the back side of the briquette
tray as shown
below.
Cut and
remove cable
ties holding
rotis spit.
Removeall
wire ties and
burners,
Figu
re
6-1
-
Identification
of
items needing to be removed and/or assembled prior to use.
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