ALL FIRED UP AND READY TO GO?
Here’s the nitty-gritty on how to operate your Explorer 300 Fire Pit/Grill.
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What kind of fuels can I use with the Explorer 300 Fire Pit/Grill?
The grill can burn charcoal briquettes, lump charcoal, or hardwood logs.
We don’t recommend using a starter fluid. However, if you choose to, use only charcoal starter fluid. Never add charcoal fluid or any other flammable liquids to the fire or hot coals.
We recommend using chimney starters or BBQ starters such as lighter cubes which are an easy and efficient way to light the grill and do not impart a chemical taste to your food.
How do I set up the grill?
It’s simple and should only take about five minutes to assemble. Attach the telescoping legs underneath the fire bowl, place the adjustment rod to the side of the fire bowl, and slide the cooking grate on.
Adjustment Rod – Used to adjust the cooking grate above your coals/fire source.
Connecting Rod – Used to join the cooking grate and the fire bowl in the carry configuration.
Cooking Grate – Cooking surface to grill.
Fire Bowl – Holds the briquettes, lump charcoal, or hardwood logs.
Grill Support Telescoping Legs – Adjustable telescoping legs used to vary the height of the grill.
How do I set up the fire pit?
Adjust the telescoping legs to the height that you desire. Make sure to place the fire pit over dirt, as the fire bowl becomes quite hot.