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Anets MG, SG, SGC Installation And Operation Manual

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Models

MG - Manual Grills

SG - Standard Grills

SGC - Chrome Grills

Anetsberger Brothers, Inc.

180 North Anets Drive  •  Northbrook, Illinois  60062  •  847-272-0770  •  Fax 847-272-1943

For 

ANETS

  

 Factory Warranty Service  •  

800-837-2638

Installation,

User Operation,

&

Maintenance

Manual

Keep this Manual in a Convenient Location for Reference

The Anets GoldenLine

Quality Equipment For The Restaurant, Supermarket, and Bakery Industries

WARNING

After installation of this equipment, immediately contact your local gas
supplier to obtain information about what action to take whenever any
person smells gas.  

Post this information in a prominent location.

!

DANGER

Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, or maintenance can
cause property damage, injury or death.  Read the installation, operating
and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this
equipment.

!

Form  I-201;

Rev. 3/02

Price $20.00 US

FOR YOUR SAFETY

DO NOT store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors
or  liquids  in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

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CONTENTS

Shipping Container Inspection .......................................................  3

Grill Gas Supply Specifications ......................................................  4

Code Requirements ......................................................................  5

Installation Requirements ...............................................................  6

Gas Connection Instructions ..........................................................  6

Grill Operating Instructions ............................................................  7

Lighting Procedure ..................................................................  7

Grill Preparation For Use ..............................................................  8

Manual & Standard Grill Preparation ....................................... 8
Chrome Grill Preparation ......................................................... 8

Shutdown Procedure ..............................................................  8

Daily Cleaning Procedure ............................................................... 9

Chrome Grill Cleaning Instructions ........................................... 9
Manual & Standard Grill Cleaning Instructions .......................... 9

Monthly Maintenance Instructions .................................................. 9

Grill Troubleshooting Guide ..................................................... 10-12

Grill Warranty .............................................................................. 13

 


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DANGER

Read these specifications, Code Requirements, Installation Requirements, Instal-
lation Instructions, and Operating Instructions very carefully.  Failure to follow the
Instructions could cause the grill to malfunction.  A grill malfunction can result in
property damage, serious bodily injury, or death.

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1. Carefully examine the shipping container for external damage.  When damage is noted, notify the

delivery carrier immediately.  

Save all packing materials for damage claim examination.

2. If no external damage is noted, remove the shipping container from the grill and examine the grill

carefully for damage.  Place the grill in a safe location, if damage is noted, so that the freight damage
claims adjuster can examine the grill.

SHIPPING CONT

SHIPPING CONT

SHIPPING CONT

SHIPPING CONT

SHIPPING CONTAINER INSPECTION

AINER INSPECTION

AINER INSPECTION

AINER INSPECTION

AINER INSPECTION

Models MG & SG
Pressure Regulator

NOTE:  A Parts List for each 

Anets

 Grill is among the items shipped with each grill.  If an additional

copy of this list is needed, please contact the factory as directed on the back cover.

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MG-Manual Gas Grills

SG - Standard Gas Grills

SGC - Chrome Gas Grills

Standard Accessories

 furnished in the shipping carton with this grill include:

Models SGC
Pressure Regulator
Scraper & Extra Blades
Brush
Cleaner

 


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GRILL GAS SUPPLY SPECIFICATIONS

Please make sure that your desired grill location has gas

supply factors that are suitable for this product:

SUPPLY PRESSURE

***

Natural Gas

Propane Gas

  W.C. 

**

10

  W.C.

6

  W.C., minimum

11

  W.C., minimum

MANIFOLD PRESSURE

*

Refer to the specification plate on the grill to identify the BTUH input for your specific model.

IMPORTANT NOTE:   BTU/Hr Ratings are  based on sea level operation. For sites above
2000 feet, reduce this rating 4% for  each 1000 feet 

above

 sea level.

Gas Supply Inlet Pipe must be ¾

” 

 NPT (National Pipe Thread) standard gas line.  The gas supply inlet

line should be as straight as possible (fewest bends or elbows) to obtain the highest available gas pressure at
the appliance.

  NOTE:

  Using a flexible inlet line permits variation in the gas supply line location, both horizontally and

  vertically.

Anets grills are only for use with the type of gas specified on the spec plate. If a grill requires modification to
use a gas other than that which is identified on the grill spec plate, contact your Anets representative or call
(800) 837-2638.

*   

-   Measured at  tap on back side of gas manifold.

**

 

-  

 W.C. = Inches, Water Column.

***

 

- Measure supply pressure ahead of pressure regulator  when all other gas-powered

           equipment is operating.

 


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CODE REQUIREMENTS

CODE REQUIREMENTS

CODE REQUIREMENTS

CODE REQUIREMENTS

CODE REQUIREMENTS

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MPORTANT: 

 Read the Code Requirements and the Installation Requirements and Instructions

carefully, before starting the installation.  Contact ANETS (800/ 837-2638) if any problems or
questions arise.

The grill installation must conform with  local  codes, or in the absence of local codes, with the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1 (latest edition); the Natural Gas Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149.1
(latest edition);  or the Propane Gas Installation Code, CAN/CGA-B149.2 (latest edition), as applicable,
including:

(a) Disconnect the grill at its individual shutoff valve from the gas supply piping system during any pressure

testing of the gas supply system at test pressures in excess of ½ psig (3.45 kPa).

(b) Isolate the grill  from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of the gas supply system

at test pressures equal to or less than ½ psig (3.45 kPa).

(c) For grills utilizing the optional stand with casters, the grill installation shall be made with  a connector

that complies with the Standard for connectors for Movable Gas Appliances,ANSI Z21.69  (latest
edition) or CAN/CGA 6.16 (latest edition), and a quick-disconnect device that complies with the
Standard for Quick-Disconnect Devices for Use with Gas Fuel, ANSI Z21.41 or CAN/CGA 1-6.9
(latest edition). Restrict the movement of a grill on a caster-equippped  stand by using a limiting device
(for example, a cable attached both to the grill and to a fixture attached to the site structure) to avoid
depending on the connector and the quick-disconnect device or its associated piping to limit grill
movement.

(d) The regulator supplied with the unit should be installed in the inlet gas supply line with the arrow on the

regulator pointing in the direction of the gas flow.

(e) Install this grill on a non-combustible cabinet or stand with its back and sides at least 6” away from any

combustible wall.

(f) Install this grill in a location where adequate combustion and ventilation air is available.  Keep the area

directly in front of the grill open for adequate air flow to the burners.  DO NOT obstruct the flow of
combustion and ventilation air.

(g) Keep the grill area free and clear from combustibles and debris.

WARNING

Install this grill under a ventilation hood that conducts combustion products outside the building.
Venting must comply with ANSI/NFPA 96   (latest edition).

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GAS CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS

GAS CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS

GAS CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS

GAS CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS

GAS CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS

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nstall the grill in accordance with the preceding Code Requirements, as well as the following Installation

Requirements.

1. DO NOT install this grill in a mobile home, trailer, or recreational vehicle.

2. Install this grill in a location that allows it to be moved away from other adjacent appliances for cleaning

and maintenance.

NOTE:  If the grill is installed among a row of appliances, with its only convenient movement forward,
sufficient room must be available in front of the grill to permit its separation  from adjacent appliances
for cleaning and maintenance.

3. Confirm that the air from the ventilation hood flowing near the grill after installation is NOT  blowing on

the rear of the unit, to prevent affecting the burner flames and possibly causing damage to plastic parts.

CAUTION:  

Hood make-up air MUST NOT flow in a manner that restricts or

impedes the natural flow of combustion or ventilation air.

Installing your 

ANETS 

 Grill requires the following procedure:

1. Ensure that all the gas control valve knobs on the grill are turned to the “OFF” position.

2. Ensure that the gas supply inlet line valve is closed (handle crosswise to the line direction).

3. Connect the ¾” gas supply line to the gas line regulator in the rear of the grill.

4. Open the gas supply line valve (handle 

in-line 

with line direction);  then, confirm that all gas supply

joints and couplings are free of leaks using soap suds or a leak-check solution, after the grill is in
its desired location.

5. Refer to 

Grill Operating Instruction

s to begin using your 

ANETS

  Grill.

WARNING

WARNING

WARNING

WARNING

WARNING

DO NOT

 use a flame to check for leaks.

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DANGER

NEVER 

operate this grill when its flue is

blocked or when the ventilation hood is not
on because the combustion products can
accumulate and cause serious injury or
death.

A.  Schedule regular cleanings of the grill to ensure long-term satisfactory operation.  Refer to the Daily

    Cleaning Procedure, later in this manual.

B. Before servicing and maintenance, allow the grill to cool.  ALWAYS shut off  gas to the grill while

working on it, to prevent personal injury.

C. Contact the factory (800-837-2638) for warranty service authorization.  [

Always notify the factory

the next business day about ‘after-hours’ warranty service.]

  Contact your local restaurant

equipment service agency for other service, repairs, or maintenance activities, as necessary.

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LIGHTING PROCEDURE

LIGHTING PROCEDURE

LIGHTING PROCEDURE

LIGHTING PROCEDURE

LIGHTING PROCEDURE

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CAUTION

DO NOT 

operate this grill during an

 

interruption of gas service.  Turn all grill controls to

OFF, including the gas control valve knobs, then close the gas supply line valve.   When
notified that the gas service has resumed, perform the Lighting Procedure descibed
below.

DANGER

Avoid moving the grill while it remains
HOT.  Let the grill cool before moving it
for service, cleaning, or maintenance to
avoid burns.

1. Push in and turn gas control know to “OFF”.  Wait 5 minutes for any possible accumulation of gas in

combustion area to escape.

2. Turn the gas control know to “PILOT”.  Push the knob in and depress the spark ignitor several times to

ignite the pilot.

3.   Continue to hold the knob in for 30 seconds.  If the pilot goes out when the knob is released, repeat

steps 1, 2, and 3.

4.  Repeat this procedure for all the pilots present.
5.  Turn the safety shutoff to “ON” and then set the thermostat (or manual burner valve if so equipped).

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Conditioning Instructions

 - SGC Models ONLY

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Conditioning Instructions

 - MG & SG Models ONLY

MANUAL AND STANDARD GRILLS ONLY    (DO NOT USE FOR CHROME GRILL)

CHROME GRILL

1. Spread a coating of cooking oil evenly over the surface of the grill.  Set the thermostats to 350

°

F and

allow to heat for 1 hour.

2.   Using the scraper provided,  remove any carbonized material before cooking.

GRILL SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE

GRILL SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE

GRILL SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE

GRILL SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE

GRILL SHUT DOWN PROCEDURE

1.  To turn the grill off, turn the gas control valve to the “Pilot” position.  To extinguish the pilot burners,
      turn  to the “Off” position.
2.  If burner flames are accidentally extinguished  or the safety shutoff valves closes due to pilot failure, turn
      all valves off.  Allow the unit to  vent for at least 5 minutes before attempting to re-light.

1. Upon examination of your grill you will notice that the grill plate is covered with a protective grease.

To remove this grease, turn grill thermostats to about 250

°

F setting (or low setting on manually

operated grills).  As the grill plate warms up, carefully wipe the rust preventative grease off of the grill
plate and side and rear splash plates with a soft cloth.

2. When cleaning has been completed, apply a film of cooking oil to the grill plate with a small amount of

salt.  Allow plate to season for about 1 hour at 250

°

F while rubbing oil and salt into the grill surface.

Add oil and salt as required on any “dry spots” that appear during this seasoning process.

3. After 1 hour at 250

°

F, advance the thermostat setting to 300

°

F.  Continue use of salt and oil for about

1 hour at 300

°

F.  At the end of 1 hour at 300

°

F, a light tan uniform coating should be present on the

top surface of the grill plate.  If it has not developed, continue seasoning process as above at 350

°

F

until coating is formed.

Note:  On manually operated grills, keep the grill on low setting during entire seasoning process.

Following initial “Conditioning” of the grill plate, the thermostats may be set to the desired temperature.

 


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Chrome Grill Cleaning Instructions

 (SGC Models)

IMPORTANT: Do not use any abrasive or caustic cleaners or pads on chrome
grills.

SIMPLE 3 STEP PROCESS….. Scrape, Scrub, Shine

1. Scrape – with the razor scraper provided.  Make sure razor edge is exposed.  (The blade is turned

inward during shipping for safety protection.)

2. Scrub  -  with the palmyra cleaning brush provided and cool water.
3. Shine  -  (only if necessary) with Bon Ami™ cleanser, water, and a soft cloth.      Note:  It may be

necessary to condition grill again after this cleaning.

4. To clean grease drawer, slowly and carefully remove from cabinet.  Cautiously pour contents into

container, wash out grease drawer.  Wipe dry and reinstall into grill cabinet.

DO NOT use a grill brick or grill screen or any caustic cleansers as this will damage the chrome
surface.

NOTE:

  

Regular maintenance is 

strongly recommended

 to keep the grill operating properly.

Once each month, before beginning grill operation, check the flue (behind the backsplash panel) to ensure
that it is clear and free of obstructions, enabling exhaust combustion gases to flow freely toward the ventila-
tion hood area.  DO NOT allow the flue to become excessively dirty,  NEVER allow the flue to be
blocked.

Monthly, observe the condition of the ventilation hood.  If it shows evidence of a great deal of greasy
residue, remove (clean) the residue to allow free flow of ventilation air, taking care not to knock any residue
into grill flue.

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Standard Grill Cleaning Instruction

 (MG & SG Models Only)

1. Clean grill plate often to prevent sticking and poor quality of product.
2. Scrape the grill plate regularly with a spatula or scraper to remove all surface grease and food

particles.

3. For thorough cleaning, use a grill brick or grill screen to remove carbon build up on grill plate.  Do

not use any abrasive or caustic cleaners or pads on the exterior surface of the unit.  Use only
cleaners and polishes recommended for stainless steel. Note:  It may be necessary to season grill
again after this cleaning.

4. To clean grease drawer, slowly and carefully remove from cabinet.  Cautiously pour contents into

container, wash out grease drawer.  Wipe dry and reinstall into grill cabinet.

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Pilot flame does not
stay lit.

PROBLEM

TEST

REMEDY

Pilot (piezo-electric)
pushbutton igniter does
not light the pilot flame.

1. Check if igniter is generating a spark.

2. Check for loose spark wire or igniter nut.

3. Check position of electrode 3/16” from

pilot burner tip.

4.  Check for dirty/sooty electrode.

5.  Retry igniter.

1. Yes - Skip to test #3.

No - Proceed with test #2.

2. Yes - Tighten, skip to #5

No - Proceed with test #3

3. Yes - Skip to test #4.

No - Reposition electrode and
skip to test #5

4. Yes - Clean, skip to test #5

No - Proceed with test #5

5. Lights - Okay.

Doesn’t light - Replace igniter
mechanism.

All service (repairs or part replacement) must be performed by a qualified Service Agency.

1. Yes - Block or redirect the
    draft to keep the flame burning

steadily.  Skip to test #6.
No - Proceed with test #2.

2. Yes - Adjust the pilot valve

(part of gas control valve) to
increase the flame size, un
screw and retain the slotted
threaded cover; turn the pilot
valve adjustment screw two
turns counter clockwise; re-
install the threaded cover.  Skip
to test #6.
No - Proceed with test #3.

3. Yes - Clean. Skip to test #6.

No - Proceed with test #4 .

4. More than 10 millivolts -

proceed with test #5.
Less than 10 millivolts -

    replace thermocouple, skip
    to test #6.

5.  Increase if needed, proceed
     with test #6.

6. Stays lit - Okay.

Does not stay lit - Replace gas
control valve.

1. Observe if pilot flame is “wavering” (being

blown about by a draft).

2. Observe if pilot flame is too small to heat

thermocouple.

3. Check for dirty/sooty pilot burner.

4. Check thermocouple output voltage.

5. Check gas supply pressure with all other

equipment operating. (6” WC for natural
gas and 11” WC for propane, minimum)

6. Observe pilot flame.

 


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1. Check that gas control valve is set to

“ON”.

2. Check that pilots are burning.

3. Increase temperature setting on

thermostat control.

4. Check gas supply pressure with all other

equipment operating. (6” WC for natural
gas and 11” WC for propane, minimum)

5.  Observe if main burners ignite.

1. Yes - Proceed to test #2.

No - Turn to “ON” and skip to
test #5.

2. Yes - Proceed to test #3

No - Follow lighting instructions
on page 7.  Skip to test #5.

3. Proceed to test #4.

4. Increase if needed, proceed to
    test #5.

5. Yes - Okay.

No - Replace gas control valve.

PROBLEM

CAUSE

REMEDY

1.  Turn thermostat control to “OFF”.

Observe if main burners go off.

2.  Turn gas control valve knob to “OFF”.

Observe if main burners go off.

3.  Reset thermostat control to desired

setting.  Observe if main burners go off
when temperature is reached.

1. Yes - Skip to test #3.

No - Proceed with test #2.

2. Yes - Proceed with test #3.

No - Replace gas control

    valve.

3. Yes - Okay.

No - Replace thermostat.

Main burners do not
ignite.

Over temperature or
main burners do not
stop burning.

Grill plate is cold
(Burners not
firing).

1. Check that gas supply is turned on.

2. Check for lit pilot.

3. Check that gas control valve is in “ON”

position.

4. Check that thermostat control is at

desired setting.

1.  Yes – Proceed to test #2.
     No – Turn on, follow
     Lighting Instructions on
     page 7. Skip to test #4.

2.  Yes – Proceed to test #3
     No – Follow Lighting
     Instructions on page 7.  Skip
     to test #6.

3.  Yes – Proceed to test #4.
     No – Turn to “ON”.  Skip to
     test #6.

4.  Yes – Proceed to test #5.
     No – Increase setting.
     Proceed to test #5.

 


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PROBLEM

CAUSE

REMEDY

Grill plate is not hot
enough.

1. Check that thermostat control

setting is at desired setting.

2. Check gas supply pressure with all

other equipment operating. (6”
WC for natural gas and 11” WC
for propane, minimum).

3. Check for fans or excessive air

flow over grill surface.

4. Check for dirty/sooty pilot burner.

5. Observe if grill plate temperature

is acceptable.

1.  Yes – Proceed to test #2.
     No – Increase setting.  Skip to
     test #5.

2.  Above – Proceed to test #3.
     Below – Increase gas supply
     pressure.  Skip to test #5.

3.  Yes – Block or turn off air supply.
      Skip to test #5.
      No –P proceed to test #4.

4.  Yes – Clean pilot burner.
     Proceed to test #5.
     No – proceed to test #5.

5.  Yes – Okay.
      No – Replace thermostat.

Black soot accumu-
lation on burners on
under side of grill
plate.

1. Check if pressure regulator is

installed in supply line.

2. Adjust pressure regulator setting by

turning the adjusting slot counter-
clockwise (under the slotted cap).

1.  Yes – Proceed to test #2
     No – Install regulator supplied
     with  unit.  Proceed to test #2.

5.  Check gas supply pressure with all
      other equipment operating. (6”
    WC for natural gas and 11” WC
     for propane, minimum).

6.  Observe if main burners are firing.

5.  Increase if needed, proceed to
     test #6.

6.  Yes - Okay.
     No - Replace thermostat.

(Continued)
Grill plate is cold
(Burners not
firing).

 


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LIMITED WARRANTY

ANETSBERGER BROTHERS, INC., Northbrook, Illinois, USA, certifies
that all equipment of its manufacture is, to the best of its knowledge, free from
defective material and workmanship.

ANETSBERGER BROTHERS, INC., agrees to replace any integral part of
its equipment that proves defective within 15 months of date of original ship-
ment from the factory, or 12 months from the date of installation, whichever is
sooner.  Buyer must return the defective part to the factory, freight prepaid,
for  inspection.  Anetsberger Brothers, Inc., further agrees to assume the cost
of installing said replacement part within the same period.

All frypots are covered by the warranty above for the first year of operation.
Various models have an extended warranty that cover the replacement of the
frypot only.  See the individual specification sheets for details.

Overtime charges, calibration, adjustments and abnormal installation charges
shall not be at  the expense of Anetsberger Brothers, Inc.

The conditions and warranty expressed above are valid only if equipment has
been properly installed and operated.  No other warranty, expressed or im-
plied, shall govern equipment manufactured by Anetsberger Brothers, Inc.
Under no circumstances shall Anetsberger Brothers, Inc., be liable for loss of
profits or any direct or indirect cost, expenses, loss or damages arising out of
defects in or failure of the equipment or any part thereof.

 


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Keep this Manual in a Convenient Location for Reference

Anetsberger Brothers, Inc.

180 North Anets Drive  •  Northbrook, Illinois  60062  •  847-272-0770  •  Fax 847-272-1943

Toll-free Customer & Warranty Service:   800/ 837-2638

Web Site:  www.anetsberger.com

Form  I-201; Rev. 3/02

Price $20.00 US