INSTRUCTION MANUAL. CAUTION. Always store wood pellets away from heat producing appliances and other food containers. Pellets should be stored in a dry

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PARTS LISTDANGER1. Never operate this appliance unattended.2. Never operate this appliance within 10 ft (3 m) of any structure, combustible material or other gas cylinder.3. Never operate this appliance within 25 ft (7.5 m) of any flammable liquid.4. If a fire should occur, keep away from appliance and immediately call your fire department. Do not attempt to extinguish an oil or grease fire with water.Failure to follow these instructions could result in fire, explosion or burn hazard, which could cause property damage, personal injury or death. WARNING FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY WARNING To installer or person assembling this appliance: Leave this manual with this appliance for future reference. To consumer: Keep this manual with this appliance for future reference.Read and follow all warnings and instructions before assembling and using this appliance.DO NOT DISCARD THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAUTIONAlways store wood pellets away from heat producing appliances and other food containers. Pellets should be stored in a dry environment.PG24-5 (1)CHIMNEY CAP ASMPG24-6 (1)CHIMNEY0216 PG24-3 PARTSPG24-1 (1)WARMING RACKPG24-2 (1)COOKING GRATEPG24-3 (1)DRIP TRAYPG24-4 (1)HEAT DEFLECTORM6 X 76 BOLT (1) PG24-7 (1)CHIMNEY GASKETM6 NUT (2) M6 X 15 BOLT (2) M6 NUT (2) M6 LOCK WASHER (2) M6 FLAT WASHER (2) PG24-8 (1)SHELFM6 X 15 BOLT (5) PG24-41 (1)BURNER PULLOUTPG24-9 (1)PULLOUT KNOBPG24-11 (1)GREASE BUCKETPG24-12 (2)RIGHT LEGM8 X 55 BOLT (8) M8 FLANGE NUT (8) PG24-13 (2)LEFT LEGPG24-14 (2)LEG PLUGPG24-17 (1)ASH CUPPG24-16 (2)WHEELPG24-15 (2)WHEEL AXLEM10 FLAT WASHER (2) M10 ACORN NUT (2) PG24-57 (1)HANDLEPG24-59 (2)M6 HANDLE SCREWPG24-44 (1)THERMOMETERPG24-34 (1)FEED GASKETPG24-39 (BLACK) (1)PG24-47 (STAINLESS) OPTIONALGRILL LIDPG24-42 (1)PULLOUT LOCKPG24-54 (1)PROBE COVERPG24-56 (1)HOPPER ASMPG24-58 (1)HANDLE DEFLECTOR WARNING Wood pellets contain wood dust and other substances known to the state of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling dust generated from wood products or use a dust mask or other safeguards to avoid inhaling dust generated from wood products. Wood products emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.Combustion of wood chips, chunks or pellets like all wood products, results in the emission of carbon monoxide, soot and other combustion by-products which are known by the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm. This product contains chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. CARBON MONOXIDE WARNING Follow these guidelines to prevent this colorless, odorless gas from poisoning you, your family or others. Know the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning: headache, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, sleepiness, and confusion. Carbon monoxide reduces the blood™s ability to carry oxygen. Low blood oxygen levels can result in loss of consciousness and death. See a doctor if you or others develop cold or ˜u-like symptoms while cooking or in the vicinity of this appliance. Carbon monoxide poisoning, which can easily be mistaken for a cold or ˜u, is often detected too late. Alcohol consumption and drug use increase the effects of carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is especially toxic to mother and child during pregnancy, infants, the elderly, smokers and people with blood or circulatory system problems, such as anemia, or heart disease. CAUTIONContact local building or ˚re of˚cials about restrictions and installation inspection requirements in your area. A MAJOR CAUSE OF FIRES IS FAILURE TO MAINTAIN REQUIRED CLEARANCES (AIR SPACES) TO COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS. IT IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE THAT THIS PRODUCT BE INSTALLED ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS.fl CAUTIONUse Only Wood Pellet Fuel Speci˚ed By The Manufacturer. Do Not Use Pellet Fuel Labeled As Having Additives.flOnly use Camp Chef Premium Pellets with the following speci˚cations.8,000-8,300 BTU/LB0.75-0.85% Ash content

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19. Do not use accessories not specified for use with appliance.20. Never use gasoline, gasoline-type lantern fuel, kerosene, charcoal lighter fluid, or similar liquids to start or freshen up a fire in this appliance. Keep all such liquids well away from the appliance when in use.21. Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a tight fitting lid. The closed container of ashes should be placed on a non combustible floor or on the ground, well away from all combustible materials, pending final disposal. When the ashes are disposed by burial in soil or otherwise locally dispersed they should be retained in the closed container until all cinders have thoroughly cooled.20. Creosote ΠFormation and need for removal. When wood pellets are burned slowly, they produce tar and other organic vapors that combine with expelled moisture to form creosote. The creosote vapors condense in a relatively cool oven flue and exhaust hood of a slow burning fire. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining and exhaust hood. When ignited, this creosote makes an extremely hot fire. The grease duct should be inspected at least twice a year to determine when grease and/or creosote build-up has occurred. When grease or creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce risk of fire.DANGERDo not work on this grill if it is plugged in. Electric shock may occur resulting in death or serious injury.ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ATTACH THE LEGS 1. Lay the grill on its back.2. Install each of the 4 legs as shown in Fig 1. Make sure the legs with wheels are attached to the right side of the grill with the wheels facing out. 3. Stand the grill upright4. Tighten all hardware. ATTACH CHIMNEY AND CHIMNEY CAP 1. Install chimney to grill as shown in Fig 2. Make sure to install the gasket between the grill and the chimney. 2. Tighten all hardware. Fig. 11. Do NOT leave this appliance unattended while in use. The user must remain in the immediate area of the product and have a clear view of the product at all times during operation. 2. Keep children and pets away from burner at all times. 3. The use of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs may impair your ability to properly assemble or safely operate this appliance.4. For OUTDOOR use only. Do NOT use in a building, garage or any other enclosed area. Do NOT use in or on recreational vehicles or boats. NEVER use this appliance as a heater.5. Do not operate appliance under ANY overhead construction. Keep a minimum clearance of 10 feet (3 m) from the sides, front and back of appliance to ANY construction. Keep the area clear of all combustible material and flammable liquids, including wood, dry plants and grass, brush, paper, and canvas.6. This product is not intended for commercial use.7. Always allow the appliance to cool before covering with the patio cover.8. Always cover the appliance, with patio cover (if supplied), when not in use.9. Always unplug grill before installing patio cover.10. Use only on level surface. 11. Make sure burner clean-out is closed before starting the grill. 12. Make sure the grease bucket is in place before starting the grill. 13. In the event of a fire the dial should be turned to shutdown, close the lid, and leave it closed until the fire goes out. After allowing the grill to cool, follow the cleaning instructions before the next use.14. Use only food grade hardwood pellets manufactured for use in pellet grills. Using softwood or heating pellets will void your warranty.15. Do not allow the hopper to run out of pellets. Pellets can be added at any time. The hopper will hold approximately 15 pounds of pellets. The pellet usage will vary greatly depending on the ambient temperature as well as cooking temperature.16. It is recommended that you not store pellets in the hopper for extended periods as they may absorb moisture from the air and clog the auger. 17. Keep the lid closed during cooking. The grill is designed to cook with the lid closed.18. Note that the cooking temperature displayed on the digital readout is measured near the cooking surface on the left side of the grill. The actual temperature inside the cooking chamber will vary slightly throughout. M8 X 55 BOLTM8 FLANGE NUTM6 X 15 SCREWM6 NUTM6 FLAT WASHERM6 LOCK WASHERCHIMNEY GASKETM6 NUTM6 X 76 BOLTPARTS LIST0216 PG24-56 PARTSPG24-20 (1)BURNERPG24-21 (1)HEATING RODPG24-22 (1)AUGERPG24-23 (1)AUGER BUSHINGPG24-24 (1) AUGER MOTOR WITH IMPELLERPG24-25 (1) AUGER PIN W/NUTPG24-26 (1)BLOWER MOTOR WITH IMPELLERPG24-27 (1)BLOWER IMPELLERPG24-28 (1)MEAT PROBEM4.2 X 10 SCREW (4) PG24-43 (1)CONTROLLERPG24-30 (1)CONTROLLER KNOBM4.2 X 10 SCREW (2) PG24-60 (BLACK) (1)HOPPER LIDM6 X 15 SCREW (2)M4.2 X 10 SCREW (4) PG24-45 (1)CONTROLLER GASKETPG24-46 (1)GUARD PLATEPG24-49 (1)AUGER IMPELLERPG24-48 (1)POWER CORDPG24-52 (1)HOPPER RAKEPGC24-13 (1)HOPPER CLEANOUTM6 X 15 BOLT (2) PG24-9 (1)PULLOUT KNOBPG24-42 (1)PULLOUT LOCKM6 NUT (2) PG24-53 (1)AUGER GUARDPGC24-18 (1)LID MAGNETM6 NUT (2)M6 LOCK WASHER (2)M6 FLAT WASHER (2)PG24-35 (1)AUGER FAN BOX ASM

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ASH CUP1. Install Ash Cup as shown in Fig 5. Never use grill without Ash Cup in place. HEAT DEFLECTOR AND DRIP TRAY 1. Install the Heat De˜ector and Drip tray as shown in Fig 6 and Fig 7.3. Install M6 x 76 Bolt through chimney cap and secure using Qty (1) M6 nut. Thread second nut onto bolt leaving approximately 1.5fl to the top of the cap. Thread cap assembly down into the chimney bracket until the lower nut hits the bracket. See Fig 2.4. The height of the chimney cap can be adjusted for summer and winter. In the summer the gap should be approximately 1-1/2fl. In the winter the gap should be approximately ½fl.5. Tighten all hardware. INSTALL HANDLE 1. Install the handle as shown in ˚gure 3.2. Tighten all hardware. INSTALL SHELF 1. Install shelf as shown in Fig 4. 2. Tighten all hardware GREASE BUCKET1. Hang grease bucket from tube as shown in Fig 4.WARMING RACK AND COOKING GRATE 1. Install the Warming Rack and Cooking Grate as shown in Fig 8. CLEAN-OUT PORT KNOB1. Clean-out Port knob must be pushed in when grill is on. Make sure pullout lock is pushed down and locks the knob to prevent inadvertent opening of the clean-out port. See Fig 9.2. Lift pullout lock and pull clean-out port knob to empty ash into ash cup. See Fig 103. See instructions for burner clean-out.PROBE1. Plug the Meat Probe into the Probe receptacle on the control panel. Run the probe and wire through the probe access hole on the side of the grill. See Fig 11. 2. See instructions for Meat Probe.BURNER CLEAN-OUTBefore each use the burner should be cleaned out by lifting the pullout lock and pulling the clean-out port knob on the right side of the grill to open the burner clean-out. This will allow the ash from previous use to fall into the cup under the grill. The cup should be removed and emptied and then reinstalled before each use. After cleaning out the burner make sure to close the burner clean-out by pushing the clean-out port knob in on the right side of the grill. Make sure to lift the pullout lock and push the clean-out port knob all the way in and lock in place with the pullout lock. Every 50 hours of use, remove the grill grates, grease tray, and heat de˜ector and clean the inside of the grill. If you notice a lot of ash blowing around in the grill it is time to vacuumit out.WARMING RACKCOOKING GRATECLEANOUT PORT CLOSEDCLEANOUT PORT OPENFig. 9WARMING RACKCOOKING GRATECLEANOUT PORT CLOSEDCLEANOUT PORT OPENFig. 10PROBEPROBE HOLEFig. 11Never Operate the Pellet grill without the ash cup in place.Make sure the burner clean-out port is closed and locked before starting the grill. Never open the burner clean-out port when the grill is hot.DANGERWARMING RACKCOOKING GRATECLEANOUT PORT KNOBCLEANOUT PORT KNOBWARMING RACKCOOKING GRATECLEANOUT PORT CLOSEDCLEANOUT PORT OPENFig. 8Fig. 2M6 HANDLE SCREWHANDLE DEFLECTORM6 X 15 SCREWGREASE BUCKETASH CUPFig. 4ASH CUPFig. 5Fig. 3M6 HANDLE SCREWHANDLE DEFLECTORM6 X 15 SCREWGREASE BUCKETASH CUPFig. 6Fig. 7HEAT DEFLECTORDRIP TRAYHEAT DEFLECTORDRIP TRAYHEAT DEFLECTORDRIP TRAYHEAT DEFLECTORDRIP TRAYM8 X 55 BOLTM8 FLANGE NUTM6 X 15 SCREWM6 NUTM6 FLAT WASHERM6 LOCK WASHERCHIMNEY GASKETM6 NUTM6 X 76 BOLT

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fiPRERRfl – The digital readout will display fiPRERRfl when the Probe Temp button is pressed if either the external probe is not plugged in or there is a problem with the probe.fiFEEDfl – The digital readout will display fiFEEDfl if dial is turned to the feed mode. After 7 minutes the auger will turn off. fiBPASSfl – The digital readout will display fiBPASSfl when the bypass button is pressed and held in for 3 seconds. See the setting on Bypass Mode.fiFLAMEfl – The digital readout will display fiFLAMEfl if the ˚re is extinguished.BREAKING IN THE GRILLWe suggest turning the grill to 350F for ½ hour before cooking on the grill for the ˚rst time. This will burn off any manufacturing oils and cure the paint. Make sure to follow the instructions for ˚lling the auger tube before breaking in the grill.COOKINGOnce the auger tube has been properly ˚lled you can begin cooking by selecting any of the cooking temperatures. The grill has 13 cook settings. Low Smoke, High Smoke, 175, 200, 225, 250, 275, 300, 325, 350, 375, 400, and High. By selecting any of these the grill will go into the Startup mode. The digital readout will display fiSTARTfl for 8 minutes during the startup cycle. After the 8 minutes the digital readout will display the internal temperature of the grill. The dial can be changed at any time during the startup cycle or the cook cycle between any of the 13 cook settings. SHUTDOWN When you are done cooking the dial must be turned to the Shutdown setting. The digital readout will display fiSDOWNfl. In this setting the fan will remain on for 10 minutes to ˚nish burning any pellets in the burner and cool the grill down. After 10 minutes the digital readout and auger will turn off. At this point the main power switch should be switched to off. Before grill can be used, the power switch must be turned off and back on.BYPASS MODEThe bypass may be used if there is a power failure, or the grill is accidentally turned off, or anytime you need to restart the grill and it is still hot. The bypass mode should only be used if the grill has been off less than 3-4 minutes. This method is used to bypass the normal startup mode and get the grill cooking again quickly. The burner must still be hot enough to ignite new pellets or this method will not work. In order to initiate the bypass mode you must ˚rst select the cook setting you want. At this point the digital readout will display fiSTARTfl. Simply press the green bypass button in and hold it for 3 seconds. The digital readout will display fiBPASSfl. Release the green button and the grill will go into the cook mode and the digital readout will display the grill temperature. If the grill fails to ignite using the bypass mode then restart the grill using the normal startup procedures.MEAT PROBE This grill has a built in meat probe to measure the temperature of the food as it is being cooked. To use this probe insert the wire through the stainless ˜ap on the side of the ˚rebox. Insert the probe into the food. Plug the connector into the receptacle on the front of the control panel. When you press the green probe temp button on the front of the controller the digital readout will display the food temperature. Press the button a second time to toggle the display back to the cooking temperature. If the probe is not installed correctly or there is an error with the probe the digital readout will display fiPRERRfl when the probe temp button is pressed. When running the probe wire to the food make sure it is positioned out of direct contact with any open ˜ame or damage may occur. The digital readout will display a fiPfl in front of the number when displaying the meat probe temperature. Example: fiP155FflCLEANINGClean grates using a wire grill brush. This should be done with each use. DO NOT use oven cleaner or abrasive cleaners on the painted grill surfaces. Use warm soapy water on all painted surfaces. Clean grease pan, grease trough, and grease drain tube occasionally. A spatula can be used to scrape excess grease and a grill brush to brush clean. Do not allow grease to build up on the grease tray or in the grease trough as this can cause ˜are-ups inside the grill. The grease tray can also be lined with aluminum foil for easier cleanup. Make sure not to obstruct the ˜ow of grease off of the tray and into the grease trough. Make sure not to block the air˜ow to the temperature sensor on the left side ofthe grill.FILLING THE AUGER TUBECAUTION: ONLY USE THE FEED SETTING WHEN HOPPER HAS RAN OUT OF PELLETS. FEED SETTING IS NOT FOR NORMAL USE.The ˚rst time you use your grill or any time the hopper has ran out of pellets you will need to ˚ll the auger tube. This simply means you must ˚ll the auger tube with pellets until pellets reach the burner. This is done by turning the dial to the FEED position and then holding in the bypass button for 3 seconds. This will turn the auger on and the digital readout will display fiFEEDfl. The auger will remain on for no more than 7 minutes. This is ample time for the pellets to reach the burner. It is easiest to open the burner clean-out by pulling the knob on the right side of the grill. Once you hear pellets dropping into the cup you can close theclean-out port by pushing the knob on the right side of the grill and then select your cooking temperature. (Never operate grill without the ash cup in place). Always make sure the burner clean-out port is closed by pushing in the knob on the right side of the grill before selecting any of the cook settings. Never open the burner clean-out port when the grill is hot.EMPTYING THE HOPPERThis grill is equipped with a hopper drain to quickly remove the pellets from the hopper. This can be used to remove pellets if the grill is being stored for a long time or to remove pellets to change to a different ˜avor pellet.Warning: Never remove the auger guard from the hopper while the pellet grill is on. Never operate the grill without the auger guardin place.Caution: The instructions below must be followed when emptying the hopper. 1. Unplug the grill from the power source.2. Hang a bucket or use a box to catch the pellets that will come out of the tube on the rear of the hopper. 3. Lift the pullout lock on the left side of the hopper and pull the hopper cleanout knob.4. Sweep the remaining pellets in the hopper towards the drain hole using the included rake to reach through the guard.5. Push in the hopper cleanout knob and lock in place using the pullout lock.6. Store the rake in the corner of the hopper as shown in Fig.12.CONTROLLER EXPLANATION POWER SWITCH Used to turn the main power onto the pellet grill. If the dial is on Shutdown when the power switch is turned on the digital readout will display fi—–fi. The dial must be rotated to any of the other positions before the grill will start. If the power is turned on with the dial in any other position than Shutdown the grill will immediately start that function. fiOfl is Off. fi-fi is On. See Fig. 13DIAL POSITIONS SHUTDOWN This setting must be used after each use. Turn the dial to this setting and the fan will remain on for 10 minutes before turning off. This setting will burn up any extra pellets in the burner and cool down the grill. Do not turn the main power switch off when the grill is hot.FEED – This setting is used to feed pellets to the burner. It will be used the ˚rst time you use the grill to ˚ll the auger tube and any time you may inadvertently run the hopper out of pellets. See instructions on ˚lling the auger tube.LOW SMOKE – This setting is used for smoking foods at an average temperature of 160F. This setting will produce large amountsof smoke.HIGH SMOKE – This setting is used for smoking foods at an average temperature of 220F. This setting will produce large amounts of smoke.175F TO 400F – There are 25F increment settings from 175Fto 400F. You can simply select any temperature you want and the grill will control the temperature within 15F of the selected temperature.HIGH – This setting can be used to achieve temperatures up to 500F depending on ambient temperatures.DISPLAY fiSTARTfl – The digital readout will display fiSTARTfl each time the dial is changed from the OFF, SHUTDOWN, or FEED settings to any of the cook settings. The startup cycle is approximately 8 minutes. During the cook cycle after the start sequence the digital readout will display the temperature inside of the grill. If the Probe Temp button has been pressed then it will display the temperature of the external probe used for measuring meat temperatures.fiSDOWNfl – The digital readout will display fiSDOWNfl when the dial is turned to the shutdown mode. After 10 minutes the digital readout and the fan will turn off.fiSENSRfl – The digital readout will display fiSENSRfl if there is an error with the temperature sensor inside of the grill.Fig. 12 WARNING Always start the grill with the lid open. The lid must be closed after the start cycle.RAKEHOPPER CLEANOUTFig. 13 WARNING Do not over-˚re the grill by over feeding pellets into the burner prior to startup. If ˜ame is inadvertently extinguished never restart the grill without ˚rst cleaning out the burner. Improper use can cause an uncontrolled ˚re.

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WhiteBlackT5AL 250V5 amp 250V 5 x 20 MM Slow Flow FuseAuger MotorBlower Fan BurnerControllerRTD SensorPower CordWhiteRedWhiteOrangeWhitePurpleHot Rod MOLEX ConnectorCHIMNEY CLEANINGWhen wood pellets are burned slowly, they produce tar and other organic vapors that combine with expelled moisture to form creosote. The creosote vapors condense in a relatively cook oven chimney of a slow burning ˚re. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the chimney. When ignited, this creosote makes an extremely hot ˚re. The chimney should be inspected at least twice a year to determine when grease and or creosote buildup has occurred. When grease or creosote has accumulated, it should be removed to reduce risk of ˚re. Use a wire brush to clean the screen area of the chimney outlet on the inside of the grill with every 50 hours of use.TROUBLESHOOTINGGRILL DOES NOT TURN ON.Grill fails to turn on after switching the power button to the on position.1. Make sure the grill is plugged into a powered outlet. Check the circuit breaker and/or GFCI switch. Test the outlet using another appliance.2. Unplug the grill and check the fuse located in the front panel. If the fuse is blown replace only with 5.0 Amp 250V 5x20mm Slow Blow Fuse. Typical fuse marking will be T5AL250V. Make sure to con˚rm they are a slow blow fuse. Actual fuse dimensions are 5.2x20mm. If problem cannot be resolved please call customer service.GRILL DOES NOT HEAT UP OR DIGITAL READOUT DISPLAYS FLAME 1. Turn Power Off 2. Check hopper for pellets3. Check ˚rebox to see if there are pellets in the ˚rebox. The easiest way to do this is to pull the burner clean-out lever. Then remove the cup from the bottom of the grill and check for pellets. Use a vacuum to clean-out any pellets that may be in the bottom of the grill.A. If there are a lot of pellets in the cup. Reinstall the cup and close the burner clean-out, remove the grill grates, grease tray, and heat de˜ector and vacuum out any pellets in the bottom of the grill. Try restarting the grill. If restarting the grill does not work and pellets are getting to the burner cup the heating rodmay need to be replaced.B. If there are few or no pellets in the cup then turn the dial to the feed position and see if pellets fall out the bottom of the burner. If there are no pellets check to see if the auger is turning. If the auger motor is turning but the auger is not there may be a sheared auger pin. You can determine if the auger motor is turning by watching the small white fan at the end of the auger motor under the hopper. If the white fan is turning the auger motor is on. If the white fan is turning and the auger is not you will need to replace the auger pin. If problem cannot be resolved please call customer service. DIGITAL READOUT DISPLAYS SENSR 1. Turn the power off and unplug the grill. 2. Check to make sure the sensor inside of the grill is connected properly to the electronic board under the hopper. 3. Call customer service for a replacement sensor. DIGITAL READOUT DISPLAYS PRERR 1. Press the Probe Temp button – Pressing the Probe Temp button will toggle the digital readout between the actual temperature inside of the grill and the temperature measured using the meat thermometer. 2. Make sure the meat thermometer is connected properly to the front of the grill. If the Probe Temp button is pressed to display the Probe Temp without the meat thermometer properly connected to the front of the grill it will display PRERR.3. Call customer service for a replacement meat thermometer. DIGITAL READOUT DISPLAYS fi—–fl 1. Rotate the dial from Shutdown to feed or any other cook setting.LIMITED WARRANTY To activate warranty, register on-line at: www.CampChef.com The manufacturer warrants stove components (except paint and ˚nish) to be free from defect in materials and workmanship for 1 year from the date of purchase. All accessories (included with stove or purchased separately) are warranted from defect in materials and workmanship for 90 days from the original purchasing date. Within these periods, the manufacturer will replace or repair defective parts deemed unusable from its original intent by making available the parts thereof FOB Hyde Park, UT 84318Product paint and ˚nish is not warranted. The exterior ˚nish of the product will wear down over time. Clean the unit after each use to maintain the ˚nish and prolong the life of your product. Wipe away all grease and ashes. Keep metal products free of moisture, salts, acids and harsh ˜uctuations in temperatures.Warranty does not cover normal wear of parts or damage caused by misuse, abuse, overheating and alteration. Repairs or alterations made by anyone other than Camp Chef are not covered in this Warranty. Manufacturer will not be held liable for any losses due to neglectful operation. Furthermore, this Warranty does not cover damaged caused by natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, ˜oods, lightning, ˚res, etc. Upon the expiration of this warranty all such liability will terminate. No other warranties are expressed or implied.Keep all original sales receipts. Proof of purchase is required to obtain Warranty services. Prior written approval and a Return Authorization Number must be obtained and accepted for repair or replacement only. Returns must be shipped prepaid. Collect shipment or shipments without a Return Authorization Number will not be accepted.To obtain Warranty services call 1.800.650.2433. *Warranty applies to the contiguous US states only.

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