Maytag JA460 manual

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    50001065/1201 Rev . 0 USER’S MANUAL Gas Barbecue Grill For Models JA460 and JA580[...]

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    Page i W arnings FOR YOUR SAFETY If you smell gas: • Shut off gas to the appliance • Extinguish [...]

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    SIGNAL WORDS : The Signal W ords used in this Manual, and their intended meanings, are as follows : [...]

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    Page iii W arnings A. SAFE LOCA TIONS FOR USE OF THIS OUTDOOR GRILL DANGER : • Never use this outd[...]

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    B. SAFE USE OF LP (PROP ANE) GAS DANGER : • Never install a propane cylinder that is more than 80 [...]

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    Saf ety • Always promptly shut off the gas supply and immediately extinguish all flames if you sme[...]

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    T a ble of Contents Page 1 Safety Important W arnings ..............................................[...]

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    Saf ety Fig. 3 Fig. 2 Page 2 Shutoff V alve Collar W ARNING: Use only the pressure regulator and and[...]

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    Page 3 DANGER: a) Do not store a spare LP - Gas Cylinder under or near this appliance b) Never fill [...]

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    Gas Hookup Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Page 4 Hooking Up to the LP (Propane) Gas Supply For Y our Safety 1. W ARNI[...]

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    Page 5 Gas Hookup Natural Gas Supply Connection T o Connect: 1. Push back the Sleeve on the Socket a[...]

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    Control Functions Oper ation Page 6 Propane T ank V alve W ARNING : Never open the T ank V alve unle[...]

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    Lighting the Main Burners Fig. 8 Fig. 9a Fig. 9b Fig. 9c Normal: Soft blue flames Out of Adjustment:[...]

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    Operation Page 8 T urning the Burners Off Fig. 10 1. Always turn the burner control knob(s) to the O[...]

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    Rotisserie Setup (Optional all Models) Fig. 1 1 Operation Page 9 The Rotisserie assembly includes a [...]

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    Operation Page 10 Fig. 13 Lighting the Side Burner (Optional to Model JA460) W ARNING: Never stand w[...]

  • Page 17

    Methods of Cooking With its combination of burners and accessories your gas grill can provide for vi[...]

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    One of the keys to extending your range of grilling capabilities is a fundamental understanding of t[...]

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    Cooking Grilling T ips Page 13 A few helpful hints will ensure that your grilling results are perfec[...]

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    T ype of Food Beef Burgers Roasts Blade, Sirloin T ip Steaks Porterhouse, Rib, Ribeye, Sirloin, T -B[...]

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    Cooking T ime Chart Cooking T emperature 400-450 ° F. 400-450 ° F. 325 –350 ° F. 325 –350 ° [...]

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    Cooking T ime Chart Cooking T emperature 325-350 ° F. 325-350 ° F. 325-350 ° F. 325-350 ° F. 325[...]

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    Care & Maintenance Care & Cleaning Fig. 14 Page 17 W ARNING : Always observe the following s[...]

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    Care & Maintenance Fig. 15 Adjust Shutter and Keep Screen Clean Page 18 Cooking Grids The cookin[...]

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    Care & Maintenance Drip T ray Fig. 17 Page 19 The drip tray and grease cup, located under the bu[...]

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    Maintenance Bur ner Adjustment Fig. 18 Care & Maintenance Page 20 Fig. 19 V enturi T ube V alve [...]

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    Unit won’t stay lit Wind Running out of fuel PROBLEM POTENTIAL CAUSE ACTION REQUIRED Burner will n[...]

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    Troubleshooting Guide PROBLEM POTENTIAL CAUSE ACTION REQUIRED Blockage in the burner or gas system C[...]

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    Notes ◆ Lifetime W arranty • On all exterior Stainless Steel Components, such as the cart paneli[...]