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OWNER’S MANUAL 


LP Gas & Charcoal Grill 






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A propane gas cylinder is required for 
operation. This gas grill is not intended 
for commercial use. 


SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FU- 
TURE REFERENCE. IF YOU ARE ASSEM- 
BLING THIS UNIT FOR SOMEONE ELSE, 
GIVE THIS MANUAL TO HIM OR HER TO 
SAVE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. 

FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE, CALL 912- 
638-4724 


WARNING: 

Improper installation, adjustment, al- 
teration, service or maintenance could 
cause injury or property damage Read 
the installation, operation and mainte- 
nance instructions thoroughly before 
assembling or servicing this equip- 
ment. 





Keep your receipt with this manual for 
Warranty. 


WARNING 
For Outdoor Use Only (outside any 
enclosure) 


DANGER: 

DO NOT use gas grill for indoor cooking or 
heating. TOXIC fumes can accumulate 
and cause asphyxiation. Do not use in or 
on boats or recreational vehicles. 


PROP 65 WARNING: 

Chemicals known to the state of Califor- 
nia to cause cancer, birth defects or other 
reproductive harm are created by the 
combustion of propane. 


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If you smell gas: 

1. Shut off gas to the appliance. 

2. Extinguish any open flame. 

3. Open Lid. 

4. If odor continues, keep away from the appliance and 
immediately call your gas supplier or your fire depart- 
ment. 


Ae, Warning 


Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable liquids or va- 
pors in the vicinity of this or any other appliance. 

An LP cylinder not connected for use shall not be stored in the 
vicinity of this or any other appliance. 





For Your Safety 

Stop! Call us first! Do Not return product to store. This grill has 
been made to high quality standards. If you have any questions 
not addressed in this manual or if you need parts please call our 
customer service department at 1-912-638-4724 (USA), Mon- 
day-Friday 8:30 am-5 pm (EST). 


Have your grills serial number (located on the back of the 
grill body or on the leg) when calling. 


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Table of Contents 


Important Safety Information e ekeKNNeen page 4-5 
Illustrated Parts List ...........cccecesseeeseeeeeneeeeees page 6 - 7 


Tools, Assembly Tips and Hardware List ....page 8 


Assembly Instructions ...........cccececeeeeseeeeeenees page 10 - 24 
Operating Grill 
Connecting Gas Cylinder....…............. EN page 25 
Checking for L@@kS.........cccsssesessserenssenseneeessenes page 26 
LIENS GI Rss neue page 27 - 29 
Cleaning and CaALe.......csssecesssecsssnerensnsensnerenenes page 30 - 31 
Trouble Shooting... KEN page 32-33 
Grill Preparation.........cccccssssssssesssscesseesseeseeneeseas page 34 
Kee rte ins te etes ttes n her aie nue page 35 - 39 
PACCCSSONICS ni E page 40 - 41 


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WARNING 
FOR YOUR SAFETY 


1.D0 NOT store or use gasoline or any other flammable vapors and liquids within 25 feet 
(8m) of this or any other appliance. 


2. When cooking with oil/grease, do not allow the oil/grease to exceed 350°F (177°C). 
Do not store or use extra cooking oil in the vicinity of this or any other appliance. 


3. An LP Cylinder not connected for use should be stored a minimum of 10 feet (3m) 
away from this or any other appliance. Never fill the cylinder beyond 80 percent 
full. If the above information not followed exactly, a fire causing death or serious 
injury may occur. 


4. If you smell gas: 
- Shut Off gas to the grill. 
- Extinguish any open flame. 
- Open Lid 


For Your Safety 
Stop! Call us first! Do Not return product to store. This grill has been made to high 
quality standards. If you have any questions not addressed in this manual or if you 
need parts please call our customer service department at 1-912-638-4724 
(USA), Monday-Friday 8:30 am-5 pm (EST). 


NOTE: The use and installation of this product must conform to local codes. In absence 
of local codes, use the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA54. 


IMPORTANT NOTICE: read all instructions prior to assembly and use. 
Read and understand all warnings and precautions prior to operating your grill. 
CAUTION 


1. This grill is for use with propane gas only (propane gas cylinder not included). 


2. Never attempt to attach this grill to the self-contained propane system of a camper 
trailer, motor home or house. 


3. Never use charcoal or lighter fluid with the gas grill. 


4. Do not use gasoline, kerosene or alcohol for lighting. The LP-gas supply cylinder must 
be constructed and marked in accordance with the specifications for propane gas 
cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) CFR 49. This grill is not 
intended to be used in or installed on recreation vehicles and/or boats. 


5. Do not attempt to move the grill while it is lit. 


6. Do not use the grill unless it is completely assembled and all parts are securely fas- 
tened and tightened. 


7. Keep all combustible items and surfaces at least 36 inches (91.4cm) away from grill 
at all times. 


8. DO NOT use this grill or any gas product near unprotected combustible constructions. 


9. Do not use in an explosive atmosphere. Keep grill area clear and free from combus- 
tible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids. 


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10. Do not touch metal parts of grill until it has completely cooled (about 45 minutes) to 
avoid burns, unless you are wearing protective gear (BBQ mittens, pot holders, etc.) 


11. Do not alter this grill in any manner 


12. Clean and inspect the hose before each use. If there is evidence of abrasion, wear, 
cuts, or leaks, the hose must be replaced prior to operating the appliance. The re- 
placement hose assembly will be that which is specified by the manufacturer. 


13. Move gas hoses as far away as possible from hot surfaces and dripping hot grease. 


14. Never Keep a filled container in a hot car or car trunk. Heat will cause the gas pres- 
sure to increase, which may open the relief valve and allow gas to escape. 


15. Keep the grill’s valve compartment, burners and circulating air passages clean. In- 
spect the grill before each use. 


WARNING 


1. This grill is for outside use only, and should not be used in a building, garage or any 
other enclosed area. 


2. The use of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs may impair the operator’s 
ability to properly assemble or safely operate the grill. 


3. Always open grill lid slowly and carefully as heat and steam trapped within the grill 
can burn you severely. 


4. Always place your grill on a hard, level surface far away from combustibles. An as- 
phalt or blacktop surface may not be acceptable for this purpose. 


5. Do not leave a lit grill unattended. Keep children and pets away form the grill at all 
times. 


6. Do not place this grill on any type of tabletop surface. 


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Do not use the grill in high winds. 


8. Disconnect the propane tank (LP tank) by first turning off valve on top of propane 
tank, turn off burner valves, then disconnect regulator from valve on propane tank 
by turning plastic connector counter clockwise. Unscrew wing-bolt in bottom shelf to 
release the tank for removal. 


DANGER 


Liquid propane (LP) gas is flammable and hazardous if handled improperly. Know its 
characteristics before using any propane product. 


1. Propane Characteristics; Flammable, explosive under pressure, heavier that air and 
settles in pools and low areas 


2. In its natural state, propane has no odor. For your safety, an odorant has been add- 
ed. 


Contact with propane can cause freeze burns to skin. 
This grill is shipped from the factory for propane gas use only. 
Never use a propane cylinder with a damaged body, valve, collar or footing. 


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Dented or rusted propane cylinders may be hazardous and should be checked by 
your propane gas supplier. 


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PART NAME 


GAS GRILL HOOD 
CHARCOAL GRILL HOOD 
GAS GRILL BODY 
CHARCOAL GRILL BODY 
THERMOMETER 

HOOD HANDLE 
WARMING RACK 
BURNER (short wire) 
BURNER (long wire) 
BASE 

FLARE-UP SHIELD 
LONG LEG 

SHORT LEG 

BEZEL 

LEG CROSS BAR 
COOKING GRATE 
WHEEL 

LEG BRACE 

AXLE 


WIRE SHELF 
CONDIMENT BASKET 
SIDE BURNER/ CONTROL PANEL 


UTENSIL HOOK 

GREASE TRAY 

CATCH PAN, REMOVABLE 
DAMPER CIRCLE 

POT STAND 

FIRE GRATE HANGERS, 8.5 
ASH PAN 

HUB CAP 

SIDE HANDLE 

GAS STACK 

CHARCOAL STACK 
GRATE LIFTER 

STOPPER BRACKET 
SLIDER BRACKET 


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PART NUMBER 


30-0009 
30-0013 
30-0010 
30-0014 
55-0088 
55-0009 
20-0001 
80-0007 
80-0006 
20-0037 
10-0001 
10-0031 
10-0032 
10-0358 
10-0033 
10-0325 
55-0006 
10-0034 
10-0327 


20-0038 
20-0039 
80-0009 


50-0002 
10-0028 
20-0163 
10-0036 
20-0005 
20-0024 
20-0157 
59-0057 
20-0040 
20-0034 
10-0184 
10-0045 
10-0360 
10-0359 


Assembly: Requires 2 people. Get another person to help. Tools Needed: Pliers, Phillips Head 
Screwdriver and a 7/16” Nut Driver. 


NOTE: Do Not tighten any bolts unless instructed to do so. Tightening too soon may prohibit 
parts from fitting together. All Hex Nuts should be on the inside of the grill unless stated other- 
wise. Unpack all contents in a well cleared and padded area. Estimated Assembly Time: 45 
minutes STOP! Do Not Return to Store. If you are missing parts or need assistance please 
email us at info@chargriller.com or call 912-638-4724. Do not attempt assembly if you are 
missing parts. 


Hardware: 550104 


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14-20x 72” BOLT.......... AT PCS 


2/5” FLAT WASHER....... 2 PCS 


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Step 1 


Attach the LEFT LEGS & RIGHT LEGS to the BASE using four (4) 72” BOLTS and four 
(4) 1⁄4” LOCK WASHERS as shown. When you install the LEFT LEG & RIGHT LEG, 
please make sure that the holes at the top of the LEGS are facing out. Please note 
that the wheel legs have inside and outside sides. The axel will not fit through the 
legs if the outside of the leg is not facing out 






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Step 2 


Attach the LEG CROSSBAR to the frame as shown making sure that the holes on the 
CROSSBAR are facing inward. See below. 





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Step 3 
Attach BOTTOM SHELF to the LEGS (as shown below). 





Step 4 

Install the LEG BRACES to the LEGS using eight (8) LOCK WASHERS and eight (8) 
12” BOLTS as shown. Remember to NOT tighten the bolts until completing 
step 6. 











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Step 5 


Install one WASHER, COTTER PIN and HUB CAP onto the AXLE then slide the AXLE 
through WHEELS and legs as shown. Finish by attaching 2nd WASHER, COTTER PIN 
and HUB CAP. 





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Step 6 

Attach the GAS GRILL BODY and CHARCOAL GRILL BODY to the LEG CROSSBAR us- 
ing eight (8) %” BOLTS, eight (8) LOCK WASHERS and eight (8) FLAT WASHERS in 
order shown. Make sure to insert the bolt first through the lock washer then the flat 
washer then through the grill body as shown. 





Turn grill assembly up on end as shown and tighten 
ALL nuts and bolts. 











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Step 7 


Attach (2)SLIDER BRACKETS and (1)STOPPER BRACKET to Bottom of GRILL BODY as 
shown on Figure 2 and Figure 3 using (6) #10-24 x 0.40” bolts. NOTE: Oriented 
Brackets as shown in Figure 1. Install CATCH PAN by placing CATCH PAN support 
brackets on top of SLIDER BRACKETS underneath GRILL BODY, see Figure 4, and 
then slide it forward until you can hang the CATCH PAN side bracket onto the STOP- 
PER BRACKET. From the rear of the grill, slide the GREASE TRAY into the guides/ 
rails under the CATCH PAN. 


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Step 8 

Install the SIDE BURNER and the CONTROL PANEL to the GRILL BODY with eight (8) 
12” BOLTS and eight (8) LOCK WASHERS. Make sure the SIDE BURNER VALVE tip is 
completely inside of the SIDE BURNER VENTURI TUBE see figure below. (NOTE: Hose 
should be on the outside of the leg brace). Then tighten all the bolts. Slide GREASE 
TRAY onto the rail underneath CATCH PAN. Slide the other GREASE TRAY onto the rail 
underneath the SIDE BURNER PAN. 





























Side Burner Valve 





Side Burner 
Venturi Tube 





GREASE 
TRAY 


Leg Brace 





Note: the hose should 


Hose GREASE 





be on the outsid 


the leg brace. 
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Step 9 


Install the MAIN BURNERS into the GRILL BODY by first inserting the open end of 
the BURNERS through the holes in the front of the grill body. Making sure the VALVE 
tips are inside the burner tubes. The BURNER with the longest wire is installed on 
the right side of the GAS GRILL BODY. Secure the BURNER to the GAS GRILL BODY 
with the SCREWS provided. 











Valve 


Burner 


Step 10 


Insert the IGNITER WIRES, which are attached to the underside of each BURNER, 
through the same hole in the GRILL BODY that the BURNER goes through and then 
attach the WIRE to the backside of the ELECTRONIC IGNITER, which is attached to 
the back side of the CONTROL PANEL. Any wire can go into any of the three sockets 
on the Electronic Igniter. 


Burner 


Electronic Igniter 
Igniter Wire 





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Step 11 


Install the CONDIMENT BASKET to the CHARCOAL GRILL BODY using four (4) LOCK 
WASHERS and four (4) 72” BOLTS. From inside the GRILL BODY the BOLTS go 


through a LOCK WASHER and then through the GRILL BODY and then screw into the 
CONDIMENT BASKET. 


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Condiment Basket 
Step 12 


Install the SIDE DAMPER to the CHARCOAL GRILL BODY using one (1) 72” BOLT. The 
BOLT should first go through a FLAT WASHER then the DAMPER then the GRILL 


BODY then another FLAT WASHER then a LOCK WASHER and then secured with a 
HEX NUT. See below. 





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Step 13 


Attach the SIDE HANDLE to the right side of the CHARCOAL GRILL BODY using two 
(2) 72” BOLTS and two (2) LOCK WASHERS as shown. From inside the GRILL BODY 
insert each BOLT through a LOCK WASHER and then through the GRILL BODY and 
then screw into the SIDE HANDLE. See below. 











Step 14 


Attach the HOOD HANDLES to the GRILL HOODS with four (4) LOCK WASHERS and 
four (4) WING NUTS as shown below. 











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Step 15 

Install the GAS CHIMNEY to the GAS GRILL HOOD and the CHARCOAL CHIMNEY to 
the CHARCOAL GRILL HOOD. Insert the CHIMNEYS through each hole from inside 
the HOOD and secure with two (2) HEX NUTS and two (2) 72” BOLTS for each CHIM- 
NEY, see below. 





Step 16 


Insert the THERMOMETERS through BEZEL into the GRILL HOODS and secure with 
two (2) WING NUTS as shown. 


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Step 17 


Attach HOODS to the GRILL BODIES using HINGE PINS as shown. Have your helper 
stand behind the grill to hold the HOODS in place and keep them from falling. First 
place the GAS HOOD onto the GRILL BODY in the closed position then screw the left 
HINGE PIN into place. Then place the Charcoal HOOD in place and screw in the right 
HINGE PIN. Carefully and slightly open the Charcoal HOOD and insert the center 
HINGE PIN from inside the charcoal grill through the HOOD then through the Gas 
HOOD and Body as shown. Then insert COTTER PINS through the holes in the three 
HINGE PINS. 


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Step 18 


Before attaching WARMING RACKS you must attach the warming rack pivot BOLTS 
to the GRILL HOOD and BODY. Insert the 172” BOLTS through the holes in the sides 
of the HOODS from the outside and tighten the HEX NUTS on the inside of the 
HOODS. Insert the 172” BOLTS through the holes in the sides of the GRILL BODIES 
from the outside and tighten the HEX NUTS on the inside of the GRILL BODIES. Now, 
you can attach the warming racks to these bolts as shown below and secure with 
HEX NUTS only finger tight. 







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Step 19 


Set the POT STAND in place over the SIDE BURNER. Next install the three (3) FLARE- 
UP SHIELDS over the BURNER TUBES then hang the FIRE GRATE/ ASH PAN from the 
FIRE GRATE HANGERS on the catch tabs that are welded to the inside of the CHAR- 
COAL GRILL BODY sides. 


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Step 20 
Install the COOKING GRATES. 






Cooking Grates 











Step 21 


Slide the GREASE TRAY into place on the guide rails under the Side Burner as shown 
below. Insure that the GREASE TRAY is centered under the burner. 


Side Burner 


Housing Grease Tray 








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Step 22 

1. Place a standard 20 Ib. Type 1 LP gas cylinder (see below, not included) into the 
cart assembly and connect the cylinder with the gas hose/regulator as shown. (See 
page 19 for further instructions). 


2. Turn the Screw on the left side of the base panel clockwise to secure the stand- 
ard 20 Ib. LP gas cylinder. 











NOTE: Hose must go under and to SC ees 
the outside of the leg brace. 


Screw 


Purging using a type 1 connection: 

L.P. Gas cylinder evacuation can be accomplished during each purging by using a 
Type Tconnection. The Type 1 valve outlet has an external 1 5/16” ACME right 
hand tread which will accept this connection. 





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Step 23 

Install Igniter battery by turning the Igniter push button cap counter-clockwise until 
the igniter button detaches, then install a AA battery making sure the positive(+) end 
is under the push button. Then re-attach the igniter button by turning it clockwise. 
Press the igniter button and make sure all 3 igniters that are attached to the burner 
tubes are creating a spark. 














Step 24 
Tighten ALL BOLTS and NUTS. 


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Fully Assembled 








Caution: Use only the regulator provided! 
If a replacement is necessary, please call our customer service department, 912- 
638-4724. Do NOT use replacement parts that are not intended for this grill. 


Hint: The paper label that is affixed to the hood is more easily removed when the 
hood is warm. Any remaining glue residue can be cleaned off with a spray lubricant 
like WD-40 . Do NOT use any other type of solvent or cleaner because this will dam- 
age the finish/paint/coating on the grill. 


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Connecting Gas Cylinder: 


The propane gas supply cylinder to be used must be constructed and marked in 
accordance with the Specifications for propane gas Cylinders of the U.S. Depart- 
ment of Transportation (DOT), or the National Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA B339, 
Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for Transportation of Dangerous Goods; and Commis- 
sion, as applicable. Only cylinders with a listed overfill prevention device (OPD) and 
marked “propane” may be used. Cylinders with an OPD will have valve handles with 
three “lobes” (prongs). Only use 20-pound cylinders equipped with a Type 1 cylinder 
connection device for outdoor cooking appliances. The cylinder must include a col- 
lar to protect the cylinder valve. The gas cylinder should not be dropped or handled 
roughly! If the appliance is not in use, the gas cylinder must be disconnected. Stor- 
age of an appliance indoors is permissible ONLY if the cylinder is disconnected and 
removed from the appliance. Cylinders must be stored outdoors out of the reach of 
children and must not be stored in a building, garage or any other enclosed area. 
Your cylinder must never be stored where temperatures can reach over 125 F. Be- 
fore connection, be sure that there is no debris caught in the head of the gas cylin- 
der, head of the regulator valve or in the head of the burner and burner ports. Con- 
nect regulator valve and hand-tighten firmly. Disconnect the propane cylinder from 
the regulator valve when the grill is not in use. DO NOT obstruct the flow of combus- 
tion air and ventilation air to the grill. The propane cylinder must be arranged for 
vapor withdrawal and equipped with a listed overfilling prevention device. For proper 
vapor withdrawal, the cylinder should be used in the proper upright position (refer to 
illustration under step 22 of page 17). 


DANGER 

Never store a spare propane cylinder near this grill. 

A fire causing death or serious injury may occur if the above is not followed 
exactly. 














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Stand in front of the grill to 
operate the controls. 





Note: Before starting the grill, check for leaks. Make sure the regu- 
lator valve is securely fastened to the burner and the cylinder. 


To prevent fire or explosion hazard when testing for a leak: 


1. Always perform the “leak test” as described below before lighting the grill or 
each time the cylinder is connected for use. 


2. Do not smoke or allow other sources of ignition in the area while conducting a 
leak test. 


3. Conduct leak test outdoors in a well-ventilated area. 
4. Do not use matches, lighters or a flame to check for leaks. 


5. Do not use grill until any and all leaks are corrected. If you are unable to stop a 
leak, 


disconnect the propane supply. Call a gas appliance serviceman or your local pro- 
pane gas supplier. 


To Perform a Leak Test: 


Make a 2-3 oz (O-90ml.) of leak solution by mixing one part liquid dishwashing soap 
with three parts water in a spray bottle. 


Note: Make sure control knobs are off. 


Spray solution on the tank valve to regulator connection, the “Y” joint in the hose, 
the connection to the manifold behind the main control panel, and the connection 
to the side burner valve. 


Inspect the solution at the connection looking for bubbles. If NO bubbles appear, 
the connection is secure. If bubbles appear, you have a leak. 

Check the regulator connection as follows: 

Disconnect regulator from the tank and reconnect, making sure the connection is 
secure. Retest with solution. If you continue to see bubbles, replace the cylinder. 
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Lighting Your Grill 
Danger: Failure to open hood while igniting the grill or not waiting 5 minutes to al- 
low the gas to clear if the grill does not light, may result in an explosive flare-up 
which can cause serious bodily injury or death. 


Before cooking on this grill for the first time, operate the grill for about 15 minutes 
with the lid closed and the gas turned on “high”. This will “heat clean” the internal 
parts and dissipate odor from the manufacturing processes and painted finish. 


Main Burners: 
1. Always open the lid before lighting the grill. 


Attempting to light the burner with the lid closed may cause an explosion! 


2. Make sure there are no obstructions of airflow to the gas unit. Spiders and in- 
sects can nest within and clog the burner/venturi tube at the orifice. A clogged 
burner tube can lead to a fire beneath the appliance. 


3. Make sure all burner knobs are in the OFF position. 
4. Open the valve on the LP gas cylinder. 


5. Ignite only the burners you desire to use, using the same method for each: Push 
in desired burner knob fully and rotate slowly about 1⁄4 turn counter-clockwise to 
“HIGH”. If the burner does not light immediately, return the knob to OFF, wait 
Five minutes for the gas to clear and repeat the procedure. After the burner 
ignites, repeat the same procedure with any other burner desired. Adjust knobs 
to desired cooking setting. 


After lighting, observe the burner flame, make sure all burner ports are lit. 


If burner flame goes out during operation, immediately turn the gas “off” at the 
control panel and at the gas cylinder and open hood /lid to let the gas clear for 
about 5 minutes before re-lighting. Clean your grill after each use, DO NOT use 
abrasive or flammable cleaners, as it will damage the parts of this product and may 
Start a fire. 





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Side Burner 


1. Open lid during lighting. Lid must be open when burner is on. 
2. Burner valves must be in the “off” position. 
3. Open cylinder valve. 


4. Push in side burner valve knob fully and rotate slowly about % turn counter- 
clockwise 


until a click is heard. If the burner does not light, immediately turn the valve 
knob to OFF. Wait 5 minutes for the gas to clear and repeat the procedure. 


After burner ignites, adjust valve knob to desired cooking setting. 


Shutting Off Burners: 


1. Always turn the valve knob(s) clockwise to the HI position, then push in and turn 
to OFF. Never force the knob without depressing it as this can damage the valve. 
2. Promptly turn the gas supply OFF at the propane cylinder. 


3. Close the lid of the grill. 


Observe Flame Height When Lit: 


Flame should be a Blue / Yellow color. 
To visually check that the burner is operating, look at the burner flame through 
the flame viewing hole. The flame should be approximately 1/2-3/4 inch long 


with the high setting. 





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Lighting Burner With a Match: 


1. Place a match in the end of the match holder that is installed on the side of Grill 
Housing. Once lit, immediately place the flame through the cooking grates as shown 
near the burner ports. 


2. Press in knob and rotate counter-clockwise to the High setting and burner should 
light immediately. 


3. Adjust burners to desired cooking settings 


Cooking Grate 





Match Holder Burner Ports 


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Cleaning and Care 
Caution: 
All cleaning and maintenance should be done when grill is cool and with the gas 


supply turned off at the propane cylinder. 


DO NOT clean any grill part in a self cleaning oven. The extreme heat will damage 
the finish. 


Cleaning 


Burning-off the grill after every use (approx. 15 minutes) will keep excessive food 
residue from building up. 


Recommended cleaning materials: 


- Mild dishwashing liquid detergent - Hot water 
- Nylon cleaning pad - Wire brush 


DO NOT use cleaners that contain acid, mineral spirits or xylene. 


Outside surfaces — 


Use a mild dishwashing detergent and hot water solution to clean, then rinse with 
water. 


If the inside surface of the grill lid has the appearance of peeling paint, baked on 
grease buildup has turned to carbon and is flaking off. Clean thoroughly with 
strong solution of detergent and hot water. 


Rinse with water and allow to completely dry. 


Interior of grill bottom - Remove residue using brush, scraper and/or cleaning pad, 
then wash with dishwashing detergent and hot water solution. Rinse with water 
and let thoroughly dry. 


Cooking Grids - The porcelain grates have a glass-like composition that 
should be handled with care not to chip. Use mild dishwashing de- 
tergent or baking soda and hot water solution. Non abrasive scour- 
ing powder can be used on stubborn stains, then rinse with water. 


Heat Shield - Clean residue with wire brush and wash with soapy water. 
Then rinse with water. 
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Cleaning the Burner Assembly 


e Remove grease collector. 
e Remove cooking grates and heat shield. 


e Remove burner by unscrewing nut from beneath burner “foot” using a screw- 


driver and pliers. 


e Lift burner up and away from gas valve orifice. 

e Clean inlet (venturi) of burner with small bottle brush or compressed air. 
e Remove all food residue and dirt on outside of burner surface. 

e Clean any clogged ports with a stiff wire (such as an opened paper clip) 


e Inspect burner for any damage (cracks or holes). If damage is found, replace 
with new burner. Reinstall burner; check to insure that gas valve orifices are cor- 
rectly positioned inside burner inlet (venturi). Also check position of spark elec- 


trode. 





Spark Electrode 


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Gas Grill Trouble Shooting 


Problem Possible Cause 

Burner will not light Wires/or electrode cov- 

using knobs ered with cooking resi- 
due. 
Electrode and burners 
are wet. 


Electrode cracked or bro- 
ken -sparks at crack 
Wire loose or disconnect- 
ed 


Burner will not light No gas flow. 
with match. 


Coupling nut and regula- 
tor not connected. 


Obstruction of gas Flow. 


Disengagement of burner 
to valve. 


Insect nests in venturi 
(burner insert). 


Burner ports clogged or 
blocked. 


Sudden drop in gas Out of gas 

flow or reduced flame 

height. 
Excess flow safety device 
may have been activated. 


Irregular flame pattern, Burner ports are clogged 
flame does not run the or blocked. 
full length of burner. 


Prevention/Cure 
Clean wire and/or electrode, with 
rubbing alcohol 


Wipe dry with cloth 


Replace electrode 


Reconnect wire or replace electrode/ 
wire assembly. 


Check if propane tank is empty. If 
propane tank is not empty. Refer to 
"Sudden drop in gas flow or reduced 
flame height". If empty, replace or 
refill. 


Turn the coupling nut about one-half 
full connected to three quarters addi- 
tional turn until solid stop. Tighten by 
hand only -do not use tools. 


Clear burner tubes. 
Check for bent or kinked hose. 


Re-engage burner and valve. 


Clean venturi. 


Clean burner ports. 


Change Propane Tank 


Turn off knobs, wait 30 seconds and 
light grill. If flames are still too low. 
Reset the excessive flow safety device 
by turning off knobs and propane tank 
valve. Disconnect regulator. Turn 
burner control knobs off. Reconnect 
regulator and leak check connections. 
Turn propane tank valve on slowly, 
wait 30 seconds and then light the 


grill. 


Clean Burner ports 


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Gas Grill Troubleshooting, continued 


Problem 
Flame is yellow or or- 
ange. 


Flame blows out 


Flare-Up 


Persistent grease fire 


Flashback (fire in burn- 
er tube(s)) 


Inside of lid appears to 
be peeling 
- like paint peeling 


OMSOSOE.2 


Possible Cause 
New burner may have resid- 
ual Manufacturing oils. 


Insect nests in venturi. 


Food residue, grease or 
seasoning salt on burner. 


Poor alignment of valve to 
burner venturi. 


High or gusting winds 


Low gas pressure 


Excess flow valve tripped 


Grease buildup 


Excessive fat in meat 


Excessive cooking Tempera- 
ture 


Grease trapped by food 
buildup around burner sys- 
tem. 


Burner and/or burner tubes 
dirty. 


Baked on grease buildup 
has turned to carbon and is 
flaking off. 


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Prevention/Cure 


Burn Grill for 15 minutes 
with the lid closed. 


Clean venturi. 


Clean burner. 


Assure burner venturi is 
properly engaged with valve. 


Turn front of grill to face 
wind or increase flame 
height. (We recommend not 
using grill during high winds) 


Change Propane Tank 


Refer to "Sudden drop in gas 
flow or reduced flame 
height" 


Clean Grill 


Trim fat before grilling 
Adjust (lower) temperature 


accordingly 


Turn knobs to OFF. Turn gas 
off. 


Clean burner and/or burner 
tubes. 


Clean inside of lid thorough- 
ly. The lid is not painted on 
the inside 


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GRILL PREPARATION & CHARCOAL GRILL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 
PLEASE NOTE: NO RETURNS ON USED GRILLS 
Read all safety warnings and instructions carefully before assembling and operat- 
ing your grill. 
1. Note: The interior of the grills are not painted, they are coated with vegetable oil. 
DO NOT remove this coating. Gas and Charcoal Grill: Cure grills prior to cooking to 
protect the interior and exterior finishes and prevent adding unnatural flavors to your 
food. (A) Lightly coat ALL INTERIOR SURFACES (including INSIDE OF BARREL, AND 
COOKING GRATES) with additional vegetable oil (spray vegetable oil is easiest but 
KEEP AWAY FROM HOT COALS, FIRE OR FLAME). (B) Charcoal Grill: Build a medium 
sized fire on the fire grate. (C) Charcoal Grill: After coals turn grey, spread out coals 
and replace cooking grates. (D) Gas Grill: Light burners and set on Medium-Low heat. 
(E) Gas and Charcoal Grills: Close lid and maintain heat at approximately 250 ° F 
(120°C) for two hours. You can lightly coat the exterior of both GRILL bodies (while 
warm) with vegetable oil and wipe off excess with a rag. This will extend the life of the 
finish, much like waxing a car. Your GRILLS will then be ready for use. Note: Oil will 
drip from the GRILL for several uses, but will slow over time. 
NEVER EXCEED 450 °F (230°C) BECAUSE THIS WILL DAMAGE THE FINISH AND 
CONTRIBUTE TO RUST. PAINT IS NOT WARRANTED AND WILL REQUIRE TOUCH-UP. 
THIS UNIT IS NOT WARRANTED AGAINST RUST. EXCEEDING 450°F WILL ALSO 
DAMAGE THE PORCELAIN FINISH ON THE COOKING GRATES. 
2. Charcoal Grill: To START FIRE -stack 50-60 briquettes in pyramid and saturate with 
lighter fluid (DON’T USE GASOLINE). Light coals in several places, close lid after bri- 
quettes ash over or gray, spread them out and start cooking. If one end burns faster, 
use tongs to move coals from one end to the other for even heat. ALWAYS FOLLOW 
CHARCOAL AND LIGHTER FLUID MANUFACTURERS’ INSTRUCTIONS AND WARNINGS. 
USE OUTDOORS ONLY ON NONCOMBUSTIBLE SURFACE - 15’ AWAY FROM WOOD 
AND COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL. 
3. Charcoal Grill: Control heat with amount and type of FUEL, DUAL DAMPERS and 
ADJUSTABLE FIRE GRATE. Adjust GRATE one end ata time. Wood burns hotter than 
coals. More airflow is more heat. 
4. For less flare-ups, cook with lid in the down position. 
5. Charcoal Grill: Add water soaked hardwood chips for a smoked flavor. 
6. Charcoal Grill: Burn out may be rust out. Ashes left in bottom too long hold mois- 
ture and rust through any thickness of steel. 
7. This grill is made of steel and cast iron, which WILL RUST, ESPECIALLY IF NOT 
PROPERLY CARED FOR. 
8. Charcoal Grill: Do not use self-starting charcoal as it will give unnatural flavor. 
Burn lighter fluid completely before closing lid. 
9. After using, coat vegetable oil on bare metal while warm to reduce rust. On the 
EXTERIOR, remove rust with wire brush and touch up with a high heat paint, available 
at most hardware/auto stores. 
10. Make sure to empty Grease Tray after every use only after it has completely 
cooled. 
11. HEAT GAUGES may obtain moisture, which will steam out during cooking. Gauge 
may be calibrated in oven. 
12. You may fill unwanted holes with Nuts & Bolts (Not Provided). 
NOTE: Smoke will escape from areas other than the smokestacks. This will not affect 
your cooking 





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GRILLING RECIPES 
DIRECT METHOD 


STEAK (& ALL MEATS): Cook food directly above coals/heat. Generally speaking, to 
grill meats, raise fire grate to high position (hot) and sear for one minute on each 
side with the lid open to seal in flavor and juices. Then lower fire grate to medium 
position with lid closed and cook to desire doneness. 


Control heat with dual dampers and adjustable fire grate. 


BETTER BARBECUE: Place grilled meat back in the marinade for several minutes 
before serving - it will become tastier and juicier. CAUTION: Boil extra marinade 
first to kill bacteria remaining from the raw meat. 


Tip: Cooking with a MEAT THERMOMETER ensures food is fully cooked. In- 
sert into thickest part not touching bone & allow five minutes to register. 
Internal temperatures for BIRDS should be 170F to 180F and meat should 
be 140F for rare, 160F medium and 170F for well done. 


MARINATED FLANK STEAK: Mix marinade ingredients in nonmetal dish. Let steak 
stand in marinade for no less than 4 hours in refrigerator. Brown each side for 5 
minutes, but center should remain rare. Cut steak diagonally across the grain into thin 
slices before serving. Grill with fire grate in high (hot) position with lid open or closed. 


MARINADE: 1/2 cup vegetable or olive oil, 1/3 cup soy sauce, 1/4 cup red wine 
vinegar, 2 tos. Lemon juice, 1 tsp. Dry mustard, 1 minced clove garlic, 1 small 
minced onion, 1/4 tsp pepper. 


QUAIL OR DOVES: Cover birds in Italian dressing (Good Seasons or Kraft Zesty), 
marinate overnight, pour off dressing and cover with Texas Pete Hot Sauce for 6 
hours. Wrap birds in thick bacon secured by a toothpick. *Place on grill - keep 
turning until bacon is black. Grill for 20 minutes. Sear with lid open and fire grate 
in high (hot) position for 1 min each side before lowering grate and closing lid. *OR 
SMOKE by placing birds in center of GRID with fire in both ends of FIRE BOX. 


OMSOSOE.2 TM &© Char-Griller / A&J Mfg. 35 


KABOBS: Alternating on skewers any combination of meat, onions, tomatoes, green 
peppers, mushrooms, zucchini, circular slice of corn-on-the-cob, or pineapple. Meat 
could consist of chunks of shrimp, scallops, lobster, chicken, Sausage, pork, beef, 
etc. 


Marinate the meat in refrigerator for several hours. Grill each side approximately 7 
minutes turning occasionally while 


basting with marinade. Leave a small amount of room between pieces in order to 
cook faster. Grill with lid up and 


the fire grate in the lowest position. See marinade recipe on last page. 


KABOB MARINADE: Mix 1 cup soy sauce, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup vin- 
egar, 1/2 cup pineapple juice, 2 teaspoons salt, 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 
and bring to a boil. Marinate beef in mixture a minimum of 4 hours. 


HOT DOGS: Grill with lid up and fire grate in high (hot) position for approximately 6 
minutes, turn every few minutes. 


HAMBURGERS: Mix in chopped onions, green peppers, salt, sear 3/4 inch patties 
on each side with fire grate in high position for a few minutes. Lower fire grate to 
medium position and grill with lid down to avoid flare-ups. Cook each side 3 to 7 
minutes according to desired doneness. Cook ground meat to 150 internally or until 
juice runs clear (free of blood) for prevention of E-coli. 


Burgers can be basted with marinade when turning and/or other ingredients can be 
mixed in with the ground beef such as chili Sauce or powder; or you may marinate by 
allowing to stand in marinade for 1 or 2 hours at room temperature before cooking; 
or let stand in covered dish in refrigerator up to 24 hours. Bring to room temperature 
before cooking. 


See meat marinade on page 9. 


SHRIMP (Peeled) & Crayfish: Place on skewers, coat with melted butter and gar- 
lic salt. Grill 4 minutes on each side or until pink. Cocktail sauce optional. 


BAKED POTATOES: Rub with butter and wrap in foil and cook on grill with lid down 
for 50 minutes. Turn after 25 minutes (no need to turn if smoked). Squeeze to 
check for doneness. 


SWEET CORN IN HUSKS: Trim excess silk from end and soak in cold salted water 1 
hour before grilling. Grill 25 minutes - turning several times. 


OMSOSOE.2 TM & © Char-Griller / A&J Mfg. 36 


SMOKIN’ RECIPES: using the Charcoal Grill side of the Duo with a WATER PAN 
(also called INDIRECT METHOD). 


Pan not included. Disposable bread pan is recommended. SMOKE BY COOKING 
SLOWLY (See chart on page 27 for smoking times). 1) Place water/drip pan on left 
side of fire grate. 2) Place hot coals on right side (damper end) of fire grate. The 
charcoal basket accessory helps confine coals to one side. 3) Place meat above 
water pan. 4) Place fire grate in low position. 5) Close lid & control heat with damp- 
ers & adjustable grate. 


You may want to sear certain foods before smoking by placing meat directly above 
coals with LID open and FIRE GRATE in high (hot) position for several minutes. Add 
flavor soaked wood chips to the fire and add 1 part marinade, beer or wine to 3 
parts water to the drip pan. OPENING THE SMOKING CHAMBER WILL EXTEND 
COOKING TIME. Cooking with meat thermometer ensures food is fully cooked. In- 
sert thermometer into thickest part not touching bone, and allow five minutes to 
register. Internal temperature for birds should be 170F to 180F or when leg moves 
easily in joint. Meat should be cooked to internal temperature of 140F for rate, 
160F for medium and 170F for well done. Check the water level when cooking more 
than 4 hours or when you can’t hear the water simmering. Add water by moving 
meat over and pouring water through GRILL into WATER PAN. IF THE SMOKE IS 
WHITE, THE FIRE’S RIGHT. IF THE SMOKE IS BLACK, ADD SOME DRAFT. 


SMOKED TURKEY: Empty cavity rinse and pat dry with paper towel, tuck wing tips 
under the back and tie legs together. Place in center of cooking grid directly above 
foil drip pan of water. Smoke for 12 minutes per pound. Allow several extra 
minutes per pound if stuffed to allow for expansion. Use a meat thermometer for 
best results (190F internal). 


SMOKED BAKED HAM: Fully cooked canned ham or smoked and cured whole ham 
or shank or butt portion. Place fire grate in the lowest position and a drip pan under 
the meat. Remove rind and score fat diagonally to give a diamond effect. Inserta 
whole clove in to the center of every diamond. Place ham with fat side up in center 
of cooking grid directly above drip pan. Close lid. About 9 minutes per pound is 
suggested for fully cooked hams. Smoked or cured ham which is not fully cooked 
should be cooked to an internal temperature of 160. Baste with ham glaze 3 or 4 
times during last 30 minutes of cooking time. Garnish with pineapple rings about 
15 minutes before end of cooking time. 


HAM GLAZE: 1 cup of light brown sugar, firmly packed, 1/2 cup orange juice, 1/2 
cup honey, combine sugar, juice and honey. Let marinade sit for at least 4 hours. 


OMSOSOE.2 TM & © Char-Griller / A&J Mfg. 37 


SMOKED HOT DOGS STUFFED: Slit hot dogs lengthwise, within 1/4 inch of each 
end. Stuff hot dogs with cheese and relish and wrap in bacon. Place on cooking 
grid over drip pan and smoke 15-20 minutes or until bacon is crisp. 


SMOKED CHICKEN PARTS AND HALVES: Rinse pieces in cold water and pat dry 
with paper towels. Brush each piece with vegetable oil and season to taste with salt 
and pepper. Brown pieces directly above coals with lid open and grate in high or 
medium position for several minutes. Then place pieces on cooking grate directly 
above drip pan. With the grate in the low position, cook with lid down for 55 to 60 
minutes or until done. Do not use vegetable oil or salt and pepper if using mari- 
nade. 


SMOKED VENISON: Place leg of venison in a container or "hefty bag" and marinate 
for 2-4 days, turning daily. Marinate bacon overnight in its marinade. Remove roast 
from refrigerator at least an hour before cooking. Season generously with seasoned 
salt and coarse ground black pepper. Wrap 1 Ib. Bacon over the top of the roast, 
and smoke 20/25 minutes per pound, or until tender. Do not overcook. 


Venison Marinade: 1 cup Balsamic or wine vinegar, 1 cup olive oil, 2 oz. Worcester- 
Shire, 1/2 oz. Tabasco, 2 tbs. Season All, 1 to 2 chopped jalapenos, 3 oz. Soy sauce. 
Bacon Marinade: 2 ox. Wine vinegar, 2 oz. Worcestershire, 4 dashes Tabasco. 


SMOKED SHRIMP & CRAYFISH: Mix in a foil pan 1/2 cup butter, two cloves of 
crushed garlic, Tabasco, sliced green pepper, 1 tablespoon each of minced onions, 
salt and juices from one lemon. Add shrimp and/ or crayfish and smoke 45 
minutes. 


SMOKED VEGETABLES: Turnips, potatoes, carrots, okra, mushrooms, peeled on- 
ions, zucchini, Squash, etc. Put in pan and cover with water and cook for several 
hours while cooking the meat. Or place vegetables on grill and smoke for 50 
minutes, either wrapped in foil or not. 


SMOKED FISH: Marinate in brine (1/4 cup dissolved in 1 gt of water) or marinate 
fish in 1 cup white wine, 1 cup soy sauce mixed with 1 cup lemon juice. Marinate 
overnight in covered dish in refrigerator. Let air on rack 20 minutes before placing 
on Pam sprayed grill. Smoke 25 minutes. 


SMOKED SPARE/BACK RIBS: Peel off tough layer of skin on back side. Rub all 
surfaces with seasoning. Place ribs in center of grid above drip pan and smoke ap- 
proximately 1 1/2 hours or until meats pulls away from bone. Baste with barbecue 
sauce during last 30 minutes. 


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CHICKEN MARINADE: Combine 1/2 cup soy sauce, 1/4 cup vegetable oil, 1/4 cup 
red wine vinegar, 1 teaspoon oregano, 1/2 teaspoon sweet basil, 1/2 teaspoon gar- 
lic powder with parsley, 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Pour over chicken pieces in nonmet- 
al dish. Cover and refrigerate overnight, turning occasionally. Use marinade to 
baste chicken while cooking. 


MEAT MARINADE: For steaks, chops, and burgers: Combine q cup soy sauce, 2 


coarsely chopped large onions and 2 cloves garlic (halved) in an electric blender; 


cover, process at high speed 1 minute or until mixture is very smooth. Stir in 1/4 


cup bottle gravy coloring (Kitchen Bouquet and Gravy Master) and 2 teaspoons 


Beau Monde seasoning (or substitute 1 teaspoon MSG and 1 teaspoon seasoned 


salt). Allow meat to stand in marinade at room temperature for 2 hours or refriger- 


ate up to 24 hours in a covered dish. Bring meat to room temperature before cook- 


ing. 


SHISH KABOB MARINADE: Mix 1 cup soy sauce, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/2 cup 
vinegar, 1/2 cup pineapple juice, 2 teaspoons salt, 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder and 


bring to a boil. Marinate beef in mixture a minimum of 4 hours. 








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Food Weight Water Pan Side Fire Box Temperature on 
Smokin' Meat Thermometer 


Beef Roasts, Beef Brisket 
Lamb Roasts, Venison 
Large cuts of Game 


Pork Roasts 


Pork/ Beef Ribs 
Pork Chops 
Sausage Links 
Ham, Fresh 
Ham, Cooked 


Chicken (Cut up or split) 


Chicken (Whole) 


Turkey (Unstuffed) 


Fish, small whole 
Fish, filets, steak 
Duck 


Small game birds 


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3 — 4 Ibs. 
5-7 Ibs. 
7-9 lbs. 
3-4 Ibs. 
5 — 8 Ibs. 
Full grill 
Full grill 
Full grill 
10 Ibs. 

All sizes 
1-4 fryers, cut up or split 
1-4 fryers 
8 — 12 lbs. 
Full grill 
Full grill 

3 — 5 Ibs. 
Full grill 


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1— 11/2 hours 
19/4 — 21/2 hours 
21/2 — 31/2 hours 
1/4 — 21/2 hours 
21/2 — 3 hours 
1'/2 — 2 hours 
3/4 — 11/4 hour 

2 — 23/4 hours 

3 — 4 hours 

11/2 — 2 hours 

1 -1'/4 hours 
11/4 — 11/2 hour 
1/4 — 21/2 hours 
1/2 — 3/4 hours 
1/4 — 1/2 hours 

1 — 19/4 hours 
3/4 — 1 hour 


4-5 hours 
5 — 6 hours 


7 — 10 hours 


5 — 6 hours 
7 — 8 hours 
4 — 6 hours 
4 —6 hours 
4 —5 hours 
7 — 8 hours 
3 — 4 hours 
4 — 5 hours 
5 — 6 hours 
7 — 8 hours 
2 — 3 hours 
1-3 hours 
5 — 6 hours 
4 — 5 hours 





140° rare 

160° medium 
170° well done 
170° 

170° 


| Meat pulls from bone 


Meat pulls from bone 

170° for fresh sausage 

170° 

130° 

180° / leg moves easily in joint 
180° / leg moves easily in joint 
180° / leg moves easily in joint 
Flakes with fork 

Flakes with fork 

180° / leg moves easily in joint 
180° / leg moves easily in joint 


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Char-Griller® will repair or replace any defective part of its Grills for a peri- 
od of up to one year from the date of purchase. 


Char-Griller® will also repair or replace the charcoal grill body (lid and bot- 
tom half) and gas grill lid of its grillers/smokers if the metal is rusted 
through or burned through for a period up to five years from date of pur- 
chase. 


Char-Griller® will repair or replace the gas grill body if the metal is rusted 
through or burned through for a period up to one year from date of pur- 
chase. 


Char-Griller® gas grill burners have a five year warranty from the date of 
purchase. 


Proof of purchase, proof of purchase date and prepaid return of the item 
in question may be required. Misuse, abuse, or commercial use nullifies 
all warranties. Paint/finish is not warranted. Products are not warranted 
against rust. 


The warranty is for replacement of defective parts only. Manufacture will 
not be responsible for damage resulting from accident, alteration, misuse, 
abuse, hostile environments, improper installation, installation not in ac- 
cordance with local codes of service of unit. 


This limited warranty does not cover any scratches, dents , corrosion or 
discoloring by heat, abrasive and chemical cleaners nor any components 
used in the installation of the appliance. 


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