Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product 8350 Series Coleman
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Gas Barbecue Use, Car e & Assembly Manual W ith Grill Lighting Instructions 8350 Series Model No. 9992-648 (Natural Gas) ASSEMBLER/INST ALLER: Leave these instructions with the consumer . CONSUMER/USER: Read all instructions and keep in a safe place for future r eference.
2 DANGER • FOR OUTDOOR USE ON L Y . NEVER operate grill in enclosed areas, as this could lead to gas accumulating from a leak, causing an e xplosion or a carbon monoxide buildup which could result in injur y or death. DO NO T use in garages, breez ewa ys, sheds or any enclosed area.
3 • Installation must conf or m with local codes or , in the absence of local codes, with either the National Fuel Gas Code , ANSI Z223.1 (USA), Natur al Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1 (Canada), or Propane Stor age and Handling Code, CSA B149.
4 Longer detachable po wer-supply cords or extension cords m ust be used with care. The marked electrical rating of the cord set or e xtension cord must be at least as great as the electrical rating of the appliance. If the appliance is of the grounded type , the e xtension cord should be a grounding-type 3-wire cord.
5 1 6 1. Grill Hood 2. Ther mometer 3. Hood Handle 4. Electronic Igniter : Main and Rear Infrared Burner . 5. Conv ection V ents 6. Control Knobs: Main Bur ners 7. Control Knob: Rear Infrared Bur ner 8. Grilling/Cooking Surface 9. Rear Infrared Burner 10.
1 2 3 5 4 11 9 8 10 14 1. 9992-4131 Hood Assembly w/Logo Plate 2. 9992-4141 Hood Handle Assembly 3. 9992- 1111 T emperature Gauge Only 4. 9992-2731 Back IR Cover 5. 9992-1301 W arming Rack 6. 9992-4561 Back IR Burner Assembly NG 7. 9992-4071 Back IR Electrode Assembly 8.
7 PLANNING AND DESIGN Star t by identifying the n umber and size of components you w ant to include in your outdoor cooking center . Counter tops must be constructed of non-combustib le, outdoor-saf e mater ials. Consider outdoor lighting to illuminate after-dark grilling.
8 Note: Make Sure T o Use Non-Combustib le Mater ial F or Constr uction Additional Requirements: • Access doors required f or dr ip tra y remov al. Some sor t of access panel is required f or remov al or cleaning of the dr ip tra y . • If using a backsplash apron or rear w all, locate electr ical service on the left hand side for rotisserie motor construction.
Natural Gas Installation — 8350 Series NO TE: Y our 8350 Series grill is set up from the f actor y to use NA TURAL GAS. If you w ant to use LP GAS, y ou must purchase the LP GAS CONVERSION KIT (sold separately). Please skip to the section titled “ LP Cylinder Con version - 8350 Series ” .
10 Grill Assembly — 8350 Series Fig. 4 Igniter Battery Installation 1. The AA batter y , spring and igniter cap must be installed before using (Fig. 4). 2. Install the AA batter y , negative end first. 3. Slide the spring assembly ov er the batter y .
11 LP GAS CONVERSION KIT (not sho wn) P ar t Number Description 9992-258 8350 Series Natural Gas to LP Conv ersion Kit LP Cylinder Conversion — 8350 Series IMPOR T ANT! T O ENSURE PROPER GAS FLO W , BURNER CONTROL V AL VES MUST BE “OFF” BEFORE OPENING THE GAS CYLINDER V AL VE .
Liquefied P etroleum gas (abbre viated L.P . gas or propane), is highly flammable . It becomes liquid when stored under high pressure inside a cylinder and vaporizes when released. L.P . gas is heavier than air and tends to collect in lo w areas.
13 CAUTION Hav e the gas dealer weigh the cylinder after filling to ensure that the cylinder is not ov er filled. The pressure regulator and hose assembly with the T ype 1 fitting supplied with the appliance must be used. Do not use another hose and regulator assembly other than the one supplied with the grill or a Coleman® replacement pressure regulator assembly .
14 A. Hose end valv e with a bleed port (Fig. 11): Purging can be accomplished using a hose end valv e containing a bleed port which also allows for e vacuation without the use of an adapter . B. Hose end v alve without a b leed por t: When a hose end valv e does not hav e a bleed por t, a separate de vice must be used for e vacuation.
15 DANGER T O P REVENT F IRE OR E XPLOSION H AZARD : • NO SMOKING. DO NOT use or permit sources of ignition in the area while doing a leak test. • P erform leak tests outdoors only . • NEVER perform a leak test with fire or flame. Leak T esting • If you detect a leak: 1.
16 1. Regular ly check the b ur ner venturi tubes f or bloc kage from an insect nest. Read “Cleaning the V enturi” in the section titled “Care, Maintenance, and Cleaning”, and also the section titled “T roubleshooting”. 2. Check that all the b ur ner venturi [H] are set ov er the valv e outlets [J] correctly .
17 Lighting Main Burners CAUTION Use a LONG wooden match or a b utane lighter with an extension. Make sure all b ur ner controls are off e xcept for the burner being lighted. If a long-reach match or lighter is not accessible , there is a match extension provided.
18 Using the Rotisserie — 8350 Series The grill rotisserie system is designed to cook items from the back using infrared heat. The rotisser ie b ur ner is an infrared type which provides intense searing radiant heat. Preferred b y chefs ov er other cooking methods, this intense heat sears in the natural juices and nutrients f ound in quality cuts of meats.
19 Lighting the Rotisserie Burner 1. Push and turn on the control knob for the RO TISSERIE BURNER counterclockwise to the “HIGH” position (Fig. 17 and 22). W ait 5 seconds. 2. Press and hold the electronic igniter button (Fig. 23). Y ou w ill hear a snapping sound.
20 Good Bad Y ellow Blue Holes in Bur ner Y ellow Blue Burner Control Setting Tips • The high flame setting is too hot f or direct cooking. The high flame setting is good f or quick searing of meat, then finish cooking on medium or low flame settings .
21 Direct Method: • The heat source is directly below the f ood. • Use f or browning meat or cooking hot dogs and hamburgers, but check f ood frequently . • Use f or skillet and stir-fr y cooking, but limit the amount of oil and heat to be used.
22 REPRESENT A TIVE ILLUSTRA TION Steps For Cleaning V enturi: 1. Remove the cooking gr ates and the heat tents and set aside. 2. Using a 1/4” he x nut driver , remove the self-tapping scre ws holding the front heat shield (Fig. 28 and 29). Set the front heat shield aside.
Replacing the Electr ode Module Fig. 33 Fig. 34 Fig. 35 Care, Maintenance and Cleaning (continued) Steps For Replacing the Electrode Module: 1. Remov e the cooking grates and the heat tents and set aside. 2. Using a 1/4” he x nut driver , remove the self-tapping scre ws holding the front heat shield (Fig.
CAUTION All cleaning and maintenance should be done only when the grill is cool & with the fuel supply tur ned off at the cylinder . If your g r ill is set up f or use with Natural Gas, turn off the gas supply at the system manual shut off v alve.
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7) Side burner (if applies) 8) Steamer/Fryer/W armer (if applies) 9) Side table design 10) Color of the grill (not including stainless steel) 11) Warming racks 12) Dependable igniter 13) Size of the grill (av ailable cooking square inches) 14) Integrated storage cabinet 15) Price 16) Rotisserie (if applies) 17) Other CONGRA TULA TIONS ON Y OUR NEW COLEMAN ® GRILL PURCHASE! If you ha ve any questions about y our product, please call Coleman Customer Ser vice at 1-800-356-3612.
27 TYPE 1 CONNECTION ILLUSTRA TION Ther mal Sensitive Handwheel 1-5/16" Acme Connection Nipple with Excess Flow V alve Regulator Y OUR NEW GAS GRILL IS EQ UIPPED WITH A TYPE 1 CONNECTION DEVICE WHICH HAS 3 SAFETY FEA TURES (FIG. 38): 1.
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