Inspect the appliance before initial use. Clean the appliance at least annually and have it inspected by a qualified field service person.
Periodically examine the burner. If the burner is dirty, clean it with a soft wire brush. Remove and dirt or debris in this area. This will ensure long life and trouble-free operation.
The easiest way to clean the fire pit is to let it cool completely off. Spray the enclosure with water. Note: Do NOT spray water directly onto the burner and lighter. Wipe clean with a dry cloth.
When not in use and after cooling, cover your fire pit with a full length cover. The cover will help protect your fire pit from detrimental effects of weather and environmental pollutants.
Before placing the cover on the fire pit, make sure the unit is shut off, that the gas lines are disconnected and that the unit has had sufficient time to cool.
More frequent cleaning may be required as necessary. It is imperative the control compartment, burner and circulation air passageways of the appliance be kept clean and free.
Periodically check the hose connecting the propane gas cylinder to ensure it is not cracked or damaged in any way. All natural gas hook-ups should be serviced and inspected only be qualified installers.
Spiders and other insects can nest in the burners and block the gas and airflow to the burner ports. This creates a dangerous condition that can result in a fire from behind the valve panel. Inspect and clean the burners periodically.
Any guard or other protective device removed for servicing the appliance must be replaced prior to operating the appliance.
Inspect the fuel supply for signs of leakage (including the hose for propane models) before each use of the appliance.
Do not repair or replace any part of your fire pit. Have a qualified technician perform all service. Any repairs made by a non-approved service technician will void your warranty.
When your fire pit is not in use, turn off the gas source.
This appliance can be stored indoors only if it has disconnected from its fuel supply.
Store propane cylinders outdoors in a well-ventilated area out of reach of children. Disconnected cylinders must have threaded valve plugs tightly installed and must not be stored in a building, garage, or any other enclosed area.
To extend the life of your fire pit, protect and cover it from the elements when not in use. Ensure the appliance has ample time to cool off after use and prior to installing storage cover. Damage cause to storage cover due to heat or burns are not covered by warranty.