Read the owner’s manual.

Always read the owner’s manual before using your grill and follow specific usage, assembly, and safety procedures.Contact the grill manufacturer if you have specific questions.(Be sure to locate your model number and the manufacturer’s consumer inquiry phone number and write them on the front page of your manual.)

Grills are for outside,only.

Barbecue grills are designed for outdoor use,only.Never barbecue in your trailer,tent,house,garage,or any enclosed area because carbon monoxide may accumulate and kill you.

Clean your grill after each use.

Always inspect your grill prior to use to be sure it is in good condition, and not wearing down from exposure.There are a myriad of accessories grill owners can use to clean their grill grates-from metal wire brushes to cleaning blocks.Also,we strongly recommend inspecting grill grates after each cleaning to be sure no bristles stuck to the grates or any food.

Use in well-ventilated area.

Set up your grill in an open area that is away from buildings,overhead combustible surfaces,fry leaves,or brush.Be sure to avoid high traffic areas and always barbecue in a wall-ventilated area.Be aware of wind-blown sparks.

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Keep grill stable.

When using a barbecue grill, be sure that all parts of the units are firmly in place and that the grill is stable(can’t be tipped over).

Follow electric codes.

If electrically-operated accessories are used(rotisseries,etc.),be sure they are properly grounded in accordance with local codes.Electrical cords should be placed away from walkways or anywhere people can trip over them.

Use long-handled utensils.

Use barbecue utensils with long handles(forks,tongs,etc.)to avoid burns and splatters.

Inspect utensils each time.

Before you grill,always inspect each utensil you’re about to use to be sure it’s in good condition.

Wear saft clothing.

Wear clothing that does not have hanging shirt tails,frills,or apron strings that can catch fire,and use flame-retardant mitts when adjusting hot vents.