Propane Grill Do’s:
- “Always use the grill outdoors in a well-ventilated area. Do not bring propane cylinders indoors or into an enclosed space such as a garage or basement.
- “Always follow all of the manufacturer’s instructions and keep written materials and manuals in a safe, accessible place.
- “Make sure the grill burner controls are turned off. Keep the cylinder valve closed when not in use.
- “Make sure the gas grill is shut off and cooled off before covering your grill after use.
- “Always use or store cylinders in an upright, vertical position. Store them outdoors away from sources of ignition.
- “When you have your cylinder refilled, have your supplier check for dents, damage, rust or leaks.
- “After filling, take your cylinder home immediately. Keep your vehicle ventilated with the cylinder valve closed and plugged or capped. Do not leave the cylinder in your car.
- “When your grill is not in use, cover disconnected hose-end fittings and burner air intakes with small plastic bags, or obtain protective fitting caps from your propane supplier to keep out dirt, insects and moisture.
- “Before lighting your propane gas grill burner, use a leak-detection solution to check all connections for tightness. Contact your local propane gas supplier to obtain the leak-detection solution and instructions on how to use it.
- “Never use matches or lighters to check for leaks.
- “If there is a significant and uncontrollable release of gas or a fire, call the fire department immediately and move all people and pets away from the unit.
Propane Grill Don’ts:
- “Do not smoke while handling the propane cylinder.
- “Do not leave the cylinder in your vehicle.
- “Do not use matches or lighters to check for leaks.
- “Do not allow children to tamper or play with the cylinder or grill.
- “Do not use, store or transport your cylinder where it would be exposed to high temperatures. (This includes storing spare cylinders under or near the grill.)
Propane Gas Range Do’s:
- “Follow the manufacturer’s installation and operating instructions.
- “Have your unit serviced if the burner flame is not blue. The blue flame indicates complete combustion. A yellow flame means air inlets are clogged or burners need to be adjusted.
- “Keep pot handles turned inward.
- “Schedule regular preventive maintenance checks for your appliances.
- “Keep the range surface clean.
Propane Gas Range Don’ts:
- “Do not cover the oven bottom with foil – it can restrict air circulation.
- “Never use gas ranges for space heating.
- “Never allow children to turn the burner control knobs on your propane gas range.
- “Do not leave food simmering unattended.
- “Keep flammable materials away from burner flames.