Check grill hoses for cracking, holes or leaks every time you replace the cylinder. Don’t have any sharp bends in the hose or tubing. If you have a leak turn off the grill immediately and have it fixed.
Make sure all connections are secure before turning turning on the gas.
Always keep gas cylinders upright
Never store propane cylinders indoors or near any heat source or flammable liquids.
Always shut off the propane fuel at the grill and at the bottle after you have finished barbecuing.
Never start a propane grill with the lid closed. Gas can accumulate and when ignited may cause an explosion.
Do not transport or store propane cylinders in the trunk of your car.
Charcoal Grill Safety
Never use any flammable liquid other than starter fluid to start a charcoal barbecue. Use starter fluid sparingly and never put it on an open flame
Never burn charcoal inside of homes, vehicles, tents, or campers because CO fumes are produced from charcoal is burned.
Always soak coals with water after cooking and remove the ashes only after they are completely cooled without any warm embers.
Never leave your barbecue unattended and keep children and pets away from the grill.
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