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Wind Direction
10 ft.
20 in.
10 ft.
DO NOT operate this cooker until you have read and understand ALL of the warnings and instructions
in this manual. Proper
ty damage, bodily harm, severe burns and death could result from failure to
follow these safety steps. These steps should be performed after the cooker has been assembled,
stored, moved, cleaned, or repaired.
1. Insure that the cooker is properly assembled and connected to pr
opane cylinder.
2. Position the cooker on level ground in a well ventilated location, a safe distance from combustible
materials, buildings and overhangs. Propane cylinder should be positioned upwind from cooker so
the heat of cooker does not reach cylinder. See section below on this page for Positioning the Cooker.
3. Inspect the gas supply hose for burns, chaffing, kinks and proper routing before each use.
Hose should be positioned at least 3 inches away from hot surfaces.
4. Leak check all gas connections on regulator hose assembly, LP cylinder valve and weld seams.
See section on Gas Leak Testing on pages 13 - 14.
5. Insure that all electrical supply cords are properly grounded and are kept away from this appliance,
water and hot surfaces. DO NOT use external electrical sources with this appliance.
6. When frying, test your cooking thermometer to insure that it is working properly.
See section for Thermometer Testing and Placement on pages 18 - 19.
Determine proper amount of cooking liquid to use. See section for Proper Amount of Liquid on pages 19 - 20.
8. Follow Lighting Instructions. See section for Lighting Instructions on pages 16 - 17.
9. Read, understand and follow all cooker operating instructions and steam, boil, frying instructions.
1. Check wind direction.
2. Position cooker
DOWNWIND from the nearest structure; no closer than 10-ft from nearest building
or railing, keeping flames from any potential oil/grease fire away from nearest structure.
3. Position cooker DOWNWIND from the LP Gas Cylinder keeping a minimum distance of 20" apart
so the heat of the cooker does not reach cylinder.
4. Position cooker on level ground in a well ventilated location, a safe distance from combustible
materials, rails, buildings, overhangs or tree branches.
5. Check that gas supply hose does not contact sur
faces that may become hot during use.
Make sure overhead is clear of combustible materials!
Hose is a trip hazard. Do not walk between cooker and cylinder.