BURNER FLAME CHECK
Adjust flame height using regulator control knob. Rotate air control shutter
to achieve mostly blue flame. The air control shutter mounted on the front
ner helps to control the amount of air that mixes with the LP gas.
A blue flame with little or no yellow flame indicates a proper air/gas
mixture and provides the best heat. Adjust the air control shutter until
the desired flame is achieved.
NOTE: Make sure the male fitting on hose is screwed into the burner/air shutter and tightened securely.
Do not over-tighten as the air shutter needs to move freely in order to adjust air intake. Check the attachment
for proper connection everytime propane tank is connected to cooker.
The LP gas cylinder valve should always be in the OFF or closed position when the cooker is not in use.
HINT: Before lighting, turn air control shutter on the burner to an almost closed position. This increases
the gas por
tion of the air/gas mixture and makes the burner easier to light. After lighting, turn air control
shutter to an open position to achieve a better flame.
When lighting for the first time, you will smell paint burning at the top of the cooker for a few minutes...
This is normal.
If burner flame does NOT ignite immediately, or is accidentally extinguished, turn valve on LP Gas Cylinder
clockwise to OFF. Then turn regulator control knob OFF counter-clockwise. Wait 5 minutes for gas to
evacuate before re-lighting, then repeat steps 1-5 to re-light. Always use caution when re-lighting as cooker
frame and cooking vessel will be hot.
If the burner does not light within the first few attempts, there is a problem with the gas supply.
Turn off the gas at the cylinder and regulator. DO NOT attempt to operate the cooker until the problem
is found and corrected. Refer to Troubleshooting on Pages 23 - 24.
HOW TO REIGNITE BURNER
Follow steps 1 through 5 on previous page, to reignite bur
ner. Use caution when re-lighting the burner,
as hot oil from cooking vessel may have splattered and run down the sides of the unit creating
a slick surface. Use caution not to bump the cooker or cooking vessel when re-lighting the burner.
TURNING OFF THE COOKER
Turn off LP gas cylinder valve first to prevent gas from being left in the regulator hose system
1. Turn OFF the LP gas cylinder valve clockwise until it stops.
2. Turn regulator control knob to the OFF position, counter-clockwise until it stops.
3. To disconnect Regulator Hose Assembly, turn the large coupling nut counter-clockwise by hand.