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Is there an instruction sheet for this product?


PDF]3000 Compact Black Rotisserie Oven Manual - Ronco

https://www.ronco.com/manuals/3000-compact-black-rotisserie-oven.pdf
\Lighted oven makes it easy and fun to watch your food cook. Dual Heating tray with Lid .... Fat from roast beef can be the worst offender. While not recommended ....INSTRUCTIONS: Rotisserie Basket & Speed Basket 9. cAution: Keep at least ..

Sep 17, 2015 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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I have a Welbilt Convection Toaster oven with rotisserie model # CV6311 and I'm missing the rotisserie spit. Do you know where I can get another one?


It's quite difficult to get a replacement rotisserie spit. I suggest to a web-link of a supplier, where you may find the spare rotisserie spit as per your model number.
You need to contact with them at " http://www.gehousewares.com/Customer_Assistance.aspx". Here you will find how to order a spare part. Contact with them and follow the instruction.
Hope this will help you.

Jul 08, 2011 | Ovens

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Can not get rotisserie burner to light


There may be several reasons the rotisserie burner will not light. First, the orifice to the burner itself may be clogged or partially clogged preventing gas flow. There may be a problem with the spark generator, the wire running from the spark generator to the electrode, or the electrode itself. The first thing to check is the gas flow. When you turn on the valve for the rotisserie burner you should hear and smell the gas if it is flowing. Light the rotisserie burner with a manual lighter, if it lights manually, then the gas if flowing.
The seconc thing to look for is a spark from the electrode when you turn or push, depending on the type of spark generator you have. If there is no spark, the it is most likely an ignition system problem. If you have a battery operated spark generator, replace the battery and try again. If the spark generator is a piezo, you have to repalce the spark generator. If you install a new battery, or replace the piezo spark generator, and there is still no spark, then you have to get to the wire and the electrode. Look for bare spots in the wire insulation that would cause a short. Check the electrode for a cracked or broken insualtor. In either case, the wire and/or the electrode will need to be replaced.

Jul 04, 2011 | Jenn-Air JLG7130A

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I just bought the Brinkman, and I am trying to figure out how to use the Rosterria. Can you help me?


Since a Rotisserie is an optional item for your model grill. I assume you have purchased one that is approved to be used on your model Brinkmann Grill Smoker. If not, I recommend that you Do Not use it. If it was approved, read and follow the directions that came with it regarding installation, setup and preparing to use the rotisserie.

The Rotisserie can only be used when you are not grilling anything else on the grill. Remove the grill grates directly in front of the rear infrared Rotisserie Burner. If you Don't, they will be in the way. In their place, you are going to use an aluminum pan (like a pie pan), as a drip pan for whatever you're cooking on the Rotisserie.Place that on top of the burner's flame tamers. Make sure the rotisserie motor is in place and you have electric power to it. Test the rotisserie spit, by inserting it into the motor's spit holder. If you have a Counter Balance, attach that near handle on the spit shaft just below the handle. If your rotisserie is missing the counter balance, you can not use the rotisserie.

Remove the rotisserie spit and place whatever you're planning to cook on it, following the directions that came with rotisserie kit. Make sure the spit forks are tightly embedded in the meat, whole chicken, etc. If a whole chicken, tie the legs together like a Thanksgiving Turkey around the spit..

Light the Rotisserie Burner and close the hood of the grill. Allow the temperature to reach a minimum of 250 degrees F, before opening the hood and installing the food loaded rotisserie spit.
Be careful, as the interior of the grill will be hot. Install the spit as you did earlier. Make sure it fits into both sides of the grill's hood correctly.

Turn the Rotisserie Motor ON and watch as the food turns. If it turns and then sort of bumps, when the spit turns around, adjust the counter balance to stop this. It should turn smoothly. Once all tha is completed, close the hood and allow the food to cook for whatever time, you would cook it in a kitchen oven. Rotisserie cooking is like smoking food. It's a low (temp) and slow (time) process. But, the flavor rewards are GREAT. Only check the food occasionally. The more you open the hood to peek, the longer it will take to cook. Each time you peek, add 10 minutes to the cooking time.

All of this, was sort of a thumbnail sketch of rotissering food. Search the web for recipes and techniques. You'll be amazed at what's out there.

Hope this helped you. Please let me know and Happy Grilling!!

Jun 22, 2011 | Brinkmann 5 Burner with Smoker 8101750S

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Infrared rotisserie burner mounted on back will not stay lit.


I have the same problem - What I determined is first the gas safety valve button would not push in. I researched the problem and found that if you ever overheat your grill by "cleaning it" by placing foil over the grill, then the intense heat likely overheated the valve. ( in my case) which I replaced. After replacing the valve, my rotisserie would not stay on. I found that the thermocouple was defective. the TC is a piece of copper that attaches to the back of the safety valve and the other end has a probe that is up at the rotisserie burner. When you light the rotisserie, and press in the valve button, it should stay lite after about 10 seconds.
When the probe heats up, it sends and electrical signal to the electro magnet which operates and keeps the valve open. I bought my thermocouple from PEX supply for $9.50. DCS wants $56.00 for the same part which is manufactured by Robertshaw. Part number you want is 1980-072 thermocouple .

Dec 07, 2010 | DCS BGA48-BQAR (NG) All-in-One Grill /...

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I was given a ducane 20002301 2 burner with rotisserie and when I ignite and have on high there is not much flame. I know very little about gas grills


Could be two things, the first is a bad regulator, easy to replace and not very expensive. The other is a blockage in the burner orifices. For this you have to take the burners out and check inside the burner venturis and then see if you can unscrew the orifices on the valves and clean out any blockage.

Nov 16, 2009 | Ducane 455 inch 2 - 3 Burner with...

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I need a manual to my Geoge Forman Rotisserie.


You can get the full Owner's Manual for the Baby George Foreman Rotisserie, GR59, at this address. It's in a pdf format.
http://dl.owneriq.net/1/16c81178-7776-4942-9193-79a67920049b.pdf

Nov 25, 2008 | George Foreman GR82

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