Dyna-Glo 4 Burner Bronze LP Gas Grill

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DGA480BSP

Dyna-Glo 4 Burner Bronze LP Gas Grill

$474.00



No patio or deck is complete without this 4 burner with side burner gas grill from Dyna-Glo. This grill boasts a Burnished Bronze metallic finish that is durable and easy to clean. Featuring 667 sq. in. of total cooking space and 60,000 total BTU's, this grill offers the size and performance needed to grill just about any type of food. The lid is double-walled to minimize heat loss and improve the cooking efficiency of the burners.

Propane

BTU 60000

667 sq

Features
  • 12,000BTU stainless steel side burner
  • 4 Commercial grade stainless steel burners
  • Heavy duty porcelain enameled cast iron cook grates
  • Electronic pulse ignition system
  • Temperature gauge
  • 667 square inches of total cooking area
  • 60,000 Total BTU's
  • Grill up to 24 hamburgers
  • Infinite setting control valves
  • Automotive quality metallic powder coat finish
Specs
  • Total Cooking Area: 667 square inches
  • Grate Material and Finish: Cast iron, porcelain enameled
  • Burner Type and Quantity: 4 x stainless steel tube + side burner
  • BTU's of Each Burner: 12000
  • Total BTUs: 60000
  • Heat Tent Material: enameled steel
  • Ingition Type: Electronic pulse ignition system
  • Hood Construction: double wall - steel outer - aluminized steel inner
  • End Cap Type: steel
  • Assembled Dimensions: 52.8 in. W x 22.6 in. D x 46.5 in. H
Drawings
Dyna-Glo 4 Burner Bronze LP Gas Grill
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FAQs
DGA480BSP TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem Possible Cause Possible Solutions
The burner will not light using the ignitor procedure (weak or no spark being generated).
  1. The ignitor electrode may be covered with grease or residue.
  2. The ignitor electrode may have a loose or disconnected wire.
  3. Cracked or broken ignition electrode.
  4. Dead battery or faulty battery connection.
  1. Clean the ignitor electrode.
  2. Check the connection and reconnect any loose or disconnected wires.
  3. Replace ignition electrode (see Replacement Parts List).
  4. Perform and of the following:
    1. Replace battery.
    2. Check to see if battery is inserted correctly.
    3. Check for any corrosion around battery terminals.
    4. Check wire connections as stated above.
Low Heat.
  1. The LP-Gas regulator is equipped with an excess flow device that allows sufficient gas to the burners under normal circumstances. Rapid changes in pressure can trigger this device and prevent all but minimal flow of gas to the burner, causing a low flame and low heat output. This is typically caused by the LP-Gas cylinder valve being turned open when one or more burner valves (control knobs) is in the open position causing a surge of pressure that activates the excess flow device.
  1. Follow these steps:
    1. Close the LP-Gas cylinder valve on the top of the cylinder.
    2. Make sure the burner valves are in the "OFF" position.
    3. Slowly open the LP-Gas cylinder valve and wait 10 seconds.
    4. Follow the lighting instructions.
The burner will not light with a match.
  1. Match not reaching burners (when holding match with hand).
  2. Empty tank.
  3. Poor connection between valve regulator and LP cylinder coupling.
  4. Burner inlet blocked.
  1. Use match holder found in the cabinet door.
  2. Check fuel level and replace fuel if necessary.
  3. Turn off grill knobs, close the LP cylinder valve at top of cylinder and check the connection between the regulator valve and cylinder coupling. Disconnect and reconnect, if necessary.
  4. Clean the burner inlet (venturi) and burner as described by the Care and Maintenance section in the Manual.
No gas flow or an obstructed gas flow.
  1. Tank valve not on or fully opened.
  2. Empty tank.
  3. Poor connection between valve regulator and LP cylinder coupling.
  4. Burner inlet blocked.
  1. Fully open tank valve by turning counterclockwise.
  2. Check fuel level and replace fuel if necessary.
  3. Turn off grill knobs, close the LP cylinder valve at top of cylinder and check the connection between the regulator valve and cylinder coupling. Disconnect and reconnect, if necessary.
  4. Clean the burner inlet (venturi) and burner as described by the Care and Maintenance section in the Manual.
Excessive flare-ups.
  1. Grease and/or residue build-up on heat tents or in firebox.
  2. Excessive dripping of fat or marinade from food.
  3. Cooking temperature too high.
  1. Clean the grill components.
  2. Trim the fat from meat and use non-oil based marinades.
  3. Lower temperature accordingly.




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