CLEANING A GAS GRILL:
- When the grill is cool, brush or scrape off built-up carbon on the underside of the lid. Then,
brush the cooking grates to remove leftover debris from your last grilling session.
- Brush or scrape the Flavorizer Bars® (A) until they are free of debris.
- Using a clean brush, clear the burner tube ports (B) of rust and debris by brushing across them,
not down the length of the burner. Clean burners 1-2 times a year.
- Use a scraper to chip away any built-up debris along the sides and bottom of the cookbox. Push
all the debris into the slide-out grease tray.
- Scrape any debris in the slide-out grease tray into the drip pan. Replace the drip pan after
wiping out the catch pan. Periodically check and clean the grease tray before grilling.
- Be sure to inspect all hoses for cracks or abrasions, and leak check all gas connections,
including LP tanks, using a soapy water solution. To leak check, dab a mixture of dish soap and
water on all connections. With the control knobs off, turn on the gas. If bubbles form, there is a
DO NOT USE THE GRILL!
CLEANING A CHARCOAL GRILL:
- When the grill is cool, brush or scrape off built-up carbon on the underside of the lid.
- Brush the cooking and charcoal grates to remove the leftover debris from your last grilling
- Use a scraper to chip away any hard-to-remove debris on the inside of the bowl. Use the One-Touch
Cleaning System™ (A) to push ashes and debris into the ash catcher.
- Make sure to empty the ash catcher – ashes left sitting in the ash catcher can promote corrosion.