UltraQ

UltraQ Tutorial Videos

BBQ Guru Tutorial Video: UltraQ Connecting to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi

The UltraQ controller has Bluetooth & Wi-Fi capabilities to remotely monitor your cook from anywhere. Once your controller is synced with your device you can set pit temperatures, food temperatures, control alarms, and record your cooks in the app. Watch this video to get set up!

BBQ Guru Tutorial Video: UltraQ Mobile App Guide

The BBQ Guru app allows you to have total control over your UltraQ right from your smartphone via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi whether you're running on iOS or Android mobile operating systems. Watch this video to learn how to connect your controller to your preferred Bluetooth device and your Wi-Fi Network.

BBQ Guru Tutorial Video: UltraQ Visual Indicators

The UltraQ controller is outfitted with the brand-new, patent-pending Guru Status Light Ring. This Light Ring feature has several visual indicators to provide you with instant feedback on the status of your cooking temperature and the operation of the control to help you cook the best BBQ you can.  

In addition to the outer ring indicators, the UltraQ’s screen displays the temperatures of the attached digital probes. The Q-Tail™ will illuminate in one of 4 colors, one at a time, indicating which probe temperature is being displayed. 

This video will show you how to read these visual indicators.

BBQ Guru Tutorial Video: UltraQ Manual Operation

The UltraQ can be used without connecting it to another device via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Follow the instructions in the video above to manually control your UltraQ.

UltraQ User Guide

UltraQ User Guide PDF

UltraQ Connecting to Bluetooth

Follow the instructions below to connect your UltraQ Controller to Bluetooth using the BBQ Guru App. 

Step 1: Download the BBQ Guru App onto your mobile device.

Apple App Store

Android App Store

Step 2: Open the app and follow the prompts on the screen to connect your control to Bluetooth and give your control a unique name.

Note: If this is the first time you are powering on your UltraQ, it will perform a mandatory firmware update. This will take a few minutes.

*When the UltraQ is not connected to another device, the blue connectivity LED indicator light will blink slowly. 


Check the settings on your Bluetooth-enabled device to ensure that Bluetooth is turned on. 

If the control is paired successfully with the UltraQ, the Bluetooth LED indicator light will glow solid blue. 

If an error occurs during pairing, a notification will be displayed within the application and there will be a prompt to make another attempt.  

UltraQ Connecting to Wi-Fi

Follow the instructions below to connect your UltraQ Controller to Wi-Fi using the BBQ Guru App. 

Step 1: Download the BBQ Guru App onto your mobile device.

Apple App Store

Android App Store

*Ensure that Bluetooth is turned on, then power on the control

Step 2: Open the app and follow the prompts on the screen to connect your control to Bluetooth and give your control a unique name.

Note: If this is the first time you are powering on your UltraQ, it will perform a mandatory firmware update. This will take a few minutes.

Once it is complete, your main dashboard will appear. Click on Menu icon, located in top left corner, and then select "Connect to Wi-Fi"

Step 3: Login with an existing ShareMyCook account or click the option to create an account. 

Note: If creating a new account, you will have to verify the account before being able to utilize via the app. 

TIP: When you click Login, if either "Email Address" or "Password" turns to red text, it means that it is invalid.

Step 4: The  UltraQ will search for nearby Wi-Fi networks that it can connect to - this is displayed via the app.

Note:  The UltraQ MUST be within range of a Wi-Fi network to complete the loop when utilizing SMC features.

Tip: if you don't see your network, try rebooting your router and scanning for Wi-Fi networks again.

Step 5: Select your desired Wi-Fi network and enter your password. 

The LED indicator on the bottom right of your controller will illuminate purple if your Wi-Fi connection was successful. If not, the app will ask you to try again. Once connected successfully, the app will prompt you to go back to your main dashboard. 

From here, click the blue "Start Recording" button to begin to save and graph your cook. The blue button will change to "Stop Recording Cook" and blue text will appear that says "View Chart".  Clicking this will allow you to see your graph in real time without leaving the app.


For information on setting up text and email alerts, connecting to Amazon Alexa, or revisiting your saved cooks, please visit the UltraQ User Guide. 

Manual Operation

The UltraQ can be used without connecting it to another device via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Follow the instructions below to manually control your UltraQ.

SETTING THE PIT TEMPERATURE 

Once the control has booted up, the pit temperature will be displayed. The default pit setpoint is 250°F.


There are three buttons on the left side of the control. To set the target temperature, press and hold the SELECT button for 2 seconds. The digital display will blink. Pressing the UP or DOWN buttons while the display is blinking will adjust the target temperature by 1 degree. Pressing and holding the UP or DOWN will change the target temperature by 1° for 4 seconds, and then increase or decrease in 5° increments.


PIT ADJUSTED TO 275° (Display and LED indicator are still blinking) 

When the temperature is at the desired setpoint, push the SELECT button to lock the temperature.


SETTING THE FOOD TEMPERATURES 

The food done temperatures are set at a default of 185°F. Each food probe port has a corresponding indicator light. 

  • Food 1 – yellow
  • Food 2 – green 
  • Food 3 – blue

Press the SELECT button to cycle from the current pit temperature to the Food 1 temperature. Press and hold the SELECT button for 2 seconds. Use the UP or DOWN buttons to set your desired food done temperature by following the same instructions for setting the pit temperature. 

To set additional food done temperatures, repeat the steps mentioned above.



   

NOTE: The control is made in the shape of a Q. The tail of the Q will light up to match the same color as the probe indicator lights so it is easy to determine which temperature is being displayed. 

NOTE: If no probe is plugged into a particular probe jack, the display will show “---". 

INVOKING SCAN MODE 

The control will display one temperature at a time. To envoke scanning of all temperatures, hold the DOWN button for 2 seconds.




The control will cycle through all four temperatures at 2 second intervals. The corresponding color for each probe will illuminate the tail just as when the desired temperature is set. The outer ring of the Q will always display the current pit status. The tail will change accordingly to indicate which food temperature is being displayed.


REAL TIME VISUAL PIT STATUS 

The outer ring of the control will illuminate in a variety of ways to indicate the current pit status at a glance.

If the pit temperature is below target range, the outer ring will glow solid blue. The tail of the Q will remain solid red.  

If Scan Mode is invoked while the pit is increasing in temperature, or if the display is toggled to other probe readings by pushing the SELECT button, the outer ring will remain solid blue but the tail of the Q changes to match the corresponding probe. 

If the pit temperature is within its target setpoint range, the outer ring will remain solid red. The default deviation of the target range is 25 degrees F. 

If the pit temperature is within its target setpoint range and the fan is blowing, the top and bottom of the outer ring will remain solid red while the left and right sides will pulse red. 

If the pit temperature is above the target range, the display will show “HI”. The outer light ring will pulse red continuously and the buzzer will sound to indicate that there is an alert.  

NOTE: To change the target range, please see Section 11.4 Alarm Deviation.



ALARMS AND ALERTS 




When the pit temperature is over the target range or when the food temperature has reached its done setpoint, an alarm will sound. 

NOTE: Any time the alarm is sounding, press any key to silence it and clear the alarm condition. To turn audible alarms off, please see Section 11 Using the Mobile Application.


When the UltraQ is connected to power but has no pit probe connected, the display will show “---” and the outer ring will blink rapidly. The audible alarm will not sound. This is a safety feature so the fan will not run unless a pit probe is inserted.

Firmware Updates

Automatic Firmware Update:

Upon an initial device setup and sync once a Bluetooth connection is made the app will check the firmware status of the device. This is the only time the app will automatically check and update the firmware. If current firmware on the UltraQ is older than the current released version the device will automatically begin the update process. If the control is up to date this process is skipped and the app continues to the main screen. A manual firmware update can be performed at any time from the menu option.

Manual Firmware Update:

To ensure you have the latest version of firmware do the following:

  1. For reference in the app under the name of your device the app should display “Firmware Version X.X.X” 
    1. If this is not at least at version 3.0.4 it is highly recommended that you update to the latest version.
  2. To update your devices firmware ensure you have a strong Bluetooth connection with your UltraQ and an internet connection with your mobile device.
    1. In the menu within the app press the “Firmware Update” option
    2. The UltraQ will appear to shutoff while performing the update
    3. Maintain the connection until the device powers back up and resumes operation
    4. Check the app to ensure the firmware version has updated, this may take a few seconds to display properly

UltraQ TroubleShooting Guide

The BBQ Guru mobile application won’t open on my device.  

Check in the Google Play or Apple store to see if the application has an update available and if so, download and install the update and try again. If no update is available, uninstall the application and download it again. If the problem persists, contact mobileapp@thebbqguru.com with the details of your issue as well as the make/model of your device and what platform you are running on it. 

My device won’t connect to the mobile application. 

Before attempting to connect again, ensure that Bluetooth is enabled on your device and that the Bluetooth LED indicator light on the UltraQ is blinking. If it is not blinking, contact BBQ Guru Customer Service immediately. If it is blinking, reopen the application and attempt to connect again. You must be within the Bluetooth range of the device, which is approximately 450 feet direct line of sight. 

How to switch device controllers. 

The most recommended way to switch your UltraQ controller is to open the BBQ Guru application from your current controller, from the menu make sure to Logout of Share My Cook and then select the Disconnect From Bluetooth button then close the application. This will remove the association of your Share My Cook account and remove Bluetooth connection with the current controller. Next open the BBQ Guru app with the new controller you would like to use, make sure your Bluetooth is enabled and follow the prompts to connect to your UltraQ. Once Bluetooth is connected reconnect to your Share My Cook account and re-establish your Wi-Fi connection if necessary. 

How to change your Share My Cook account. 

The easiest way to change the Share My Cook account registered to the device is to first use the BBQ Guru app menu to Logout of Share My Cook. After doing so you must use the menu option to Reconnect to Wi-Fi, follow the prompt to enter another account username and password or create a new account. After doing so re-establish your wireless network connection by selecting your network and entering the password. Your device should now be removed from the original account and activated on the new one. 

The temperature readings and/or screen seems frozen. 

As soon as you are out of the Bluetooth range of the UltraQ, it will no longer be able to receive real-time temperature readings. Check if the Bluetooth LED indicator light on the UltraQ is solid blue. If it is blinking, it no longer has a Bluetooth connection  

The pit temperature is going higher than the desired setpoint. 

Inspect the cooker to ensure it is sealed tightly at the firebox and there are no spots allowing air to come in and contact the fire.  

Enable the Open Lid Detection feature. This allows the UltraQ to detect when the pit is opened and the temperature drops. If the feature is turned off, the UltraQ will detect that the pit temperature is dropping on its own accord and will run the fan while the lid or door is open and this will cause the pit temperature to spike. If the fan is running constantly, unplug the control and plug it back in to reboot the device. The fan may then run normally. If it does not, there may be a bad relay in the fan or in the control. Contact customerservice@thebbqguru.com immediately. 

The pit temperature is not correct. 

It is normal for the temperature in the dome of a pit to be hotter than on the cooking grate. Thermometers that come with most pits are not nearly as accurate as the UltraQ. If the pit probe is too close to the food, it may read a lower temperature from the cool vapors coming off of the food. Place the pit probe 3 to 4 inches away from the food. 

The pit probe may be damaged and reading incorrectly. Swap the pit probe with a food probe in their respective jacks. If the food probe reads correctly in the pit jack, then the pit probe is bad. If the food probe also reads incorrectly, it may be bad as well or there may be an issue with the control unit itself. Contact customerservice@thebbqguru.com immediately. 

If the display shows “---“, first check that the probe is fully pushed into its jack. If it is, the probe may be bad. If the probe wire shows small, reddish bumps on the outside of the stainless-steel mesh braiding, the silicone insulation has started to melt out because the probe was exposed to direct flame or excessive temperatures. Purchase a new probe at bbqguru.com

The food temperature is not correct. 

It is normal for different brands of thermometers to vary in temperature reading but they should typically be within a few degrees. Place your non-Guru product into boiling water and ice water to check for accuracy.  

If the food probe is reading hotter than another food probe, check that the probe is fully inserted into the food at the thickest part. If too much of the shaft is exposed, it will cause the probe to read hot. If the food has a bone inside of it, be sure that the probe is not touching any part of the bone. 

If the display shows “---“, first check that the probe is fully pushed into its jack. If it is, the probe may be bad. If the probe wire shows small, reddish bumps on the outside of the stainless-steel mesh braiding, the silicone insulation has started to melt out because the probe was exposed to direct flame or excessive temperatures. Purchase a new probe at bbqguru.com

Voice Control Using Amazon Alexa – Initial Setup

You can monitor and update settings on your UltraQ with just the sound of your voice when you use an Amazon Alexa- enabled device (sold separately). Before you can use your voice to access your UltraQ, you need to configure a few settings. You also must already have your UltraQ registered in an account on ShareMyCook. Please refer to the user guide for direction on creating an account. 

  1. Make sure that your Amazon Alexa device is already registered and setup with Amazon. (A good test is to ask her "Alexa, what time is it?" If she answers correctly, your Amazon Alexa device  has internet connection). 
  2. You will need to add the BBQ Guru skill to your Amazon Alexa account.
  3. Open your Alexa app (or the desktop version at alexa.amazon.com), click the Skills:
  4. Search for the BBQ Guru skill by typing in BBQ Guru: 
  5. You will see BBQ Guru appear, click on it and install it by adding it to your account.
  6. Once added, you will need to link it to your ShareMyCook account.  Click on the blue 'Enable' button. After you click on 'Enable', it will open a new window (make sure you don’t have pop-up blocker on or disable it temporarily. Many browsers will block this by default).
  7. You now need to LINK the BBQ Guru skill to your ShareMyCook account. By doing this, you grant the BBQ Guru skill access to your default UltraQ.  You will be asked to login and link the accounts.  Login with your ShareMyCook account information:
  8.  Once logged in, it will ask you if you grant permission. You will click 'Yes, Allow':
  9. Once successful, you should see something similar to this:                                                                                                                                                                                          
  10. You are now ready to use voice control! Refer to the 'Voice Commands' section for a list of the voice commands you can use.


Voice Control Using Amazon Alexa - Voice Commands

After you have successfully linked your Amazon Alexa-enabled device (sold separately) with your UltraQ (please refer to the 'Voice Control Initial Setup' in the manual for directions), you can start using voice commands, allowing you to monitor and control your device with just the sound of your voice. 

Alexa expects commands spoken in a specific way. Often she can interpret variations, but we recommend using the commands as listed below. For the food names and specific temperatures and timer settings, you should substitute with your own settings.

  1. Alexa, Ask BBQ Guru, what is the pit temperature?
  2. Alexa, Ask BBQ Guru, what is the food 1 temperature?
  3. Alexa, Ask BBQ Guru, what is the food 2 temperature? 
  4. Alexa, Ask BBQ Guru, what is the food 3 temperature? 
  5. Alexa, Tell BBQ Guru, set food 1 target temperature to 100.
  6. Alexa, Tell BBQ Guru, set food 2 target temperature to 130.
  7. Alexa, Tell BBQ Guru, set food 3 target temperature to 150.
  8. Alexa, Tell BBQ Guru, set food 1 name to sausage.
  9. Alexa, Tell BBQ Guru, set food 2 name to brisket.
  10. Alexa, Tell BBQ Guru, set food 3 name to hamburgers.
  11. Alexa, Tell BBQ Guru, set timer to 1 hour and 30 minutes.
  12. Alexa, Ask BBQ Guru, how much time is left on the timer?

Multiple Devices: Amazon Alexa voice control will control the default UltraQ. For our customers who own more than one UltraQ, we have added the ability to change the default device in your account with the sound of your voice. This way you can switch between your device and control each one with your voice. To switch your default device say:

Alexa, Tell BBQ Guru, Switch Default UltraQ.

Alexa will then prompt you with the names of the different devices with a number for each one. You then should respond with the number for the device you want as your new default. Once successfully changed, your voice commands will now use your new default device.

UltraQ Safety Warnings

READ AND UNDERSTAND THE USER GUIDE COMPLETELY BEFORE INSTALLING OR USING THIS PRODUCT!

WARNING: FIRE HAZARD, BURN HAZARD! FLAMES, SPARKS AND LIT EMBERS CAN EXIT ANY OPENING ON THE PIT CAUSING FIRE! Keep the pit located a safe distance away from flammable objects including buildings, walls, solvents, cars, fuel, wood piles, and furniture, and use caution when opening the pit. An ember that has fallen or is ejected from the pit can be blown into a garage or other structure, debris field, woods, or grass field and can cause fire. Have a fire extinguisher and water supply available near the pit.

WARNINGFIRE HAZARD: If the pit is used on a combustible surface such as a wooden deck, place the pit on a non-flammable pad intended for this purpose.

WARNING: EXPLOSION HAZARD: PIT FIRES CAN OCCUR WHEN LIQUIDS ARE SPILLED OR WHEN SURFACES INSIDE THE PIT REACH THE IGNITION TEMPERATURES OF FATS! Never pour or throw water directly onto a fat fire. Reduce the temperature by cooling the fire in the firebox with a water spray. Close the cooking chamber door while the firebox is steaming to smother the fire. Repeat this procedure as necessary until the pit is under control.

WARNING: FIRE HAZARD: Pit fires can be largely avoided if the pit is kept clean and free from fat buildup during or between cooks. Change drip trays during a cook to keep flammable fats to a minimum. Cook at temperatures low enough to avoid ignition.

WARNING: EXPLOSION HAZARD: SMOKER CAN COMBUST WHEN OXYGEN IS INTRODUCED AND PRODUCE SEVERE BURNS! Use caution when opening the lid or door of the pit.

WARNINGTHERE ARE HOT SURFACES ON ALL PARTS OF THE PIT BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER COOKING! Wear protective clothing when tending the pit, dumping a firebox into a proper receptacle, attempting to extinguish a fire, or mounting any part of your Guru control system. Be ready to call your local fire company in the case of an emergency.

NOTE: Pit fires can be largely avoided if the cooker is kept clean and free from fat buildup during or between cooks. Changing drip trays during a cook cycle will help keep flammable fats in the cooker to a minimum. You are dealing with an open fire when you are cooking on charcoal and wood.

WARNINGELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD, HIGH VOLTAGE! The power supply for this product is plugged into a 120 or 240 VAC Mains. This voltage can cause injury or death. Keep the power supply away from water and off the ground. Never touch the power supply if it gets wet. Do not use the power supply if visibly damaged.

WARNINGFIRE HAZARD, BURN HAZARD: Even quality electronics can fail CAUSING THE FAN TO RUN CONSTANTLY, RESULTING IN EXCESSIVE TEMPERATURES! Power draft fans can get the pit temperature higher than natural draft. Use caution in opening the pit and determining fan placement. Inspect the probe and fan wires for damage which can cause the fan to run constantly.

WARNINGFIRE HAZARD: Even quality electronics can fail and cause the temperature to read incorrectly. Use a redundant dial thermometer as a backup temperature sensor to verify the control’s reading of the pit temperature.

CAUTION: There are no user serviceable parts inside the control unit. Opening or making unauthorized modifications may cause equipment failure, creating a hazardous condition.

CAUTION: The appliance is not to be used by children or persons with reduces physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction.

CAUTION: Children shall not play with the appliance.

CAUTION: Cleaning shall not be made by children without supervision.

CAUTION: The control is only to be used with the power supply unit provided.

CAUTION: Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness. Check food for doneness with a food thermometer before consumption.

CAUTION: To satisfy exposure requirements for mobile and base station transmission devices, a separation distance of 20 cm / 8” or more should be maintained between the antenna of this device and persons during operation. To ensure compliance, operation at closer than this distance is not recommended. The antenna used for this transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.

CAUTION: Be sure to align the key for the positive (+) and negative (-) leads between the power pack body and cable plug as shown below when assembling the power pack. Improper assembly of the supplied power pack can result in permanent damage to the device.


BBQ Guru Limited Warranty & Return/Repair Policy

To qualify, all returns and exchanges must be accompanied by the original receipt, the original documentation, parts and accessories, plus the original manufacturer packaging. Obtain a return authorization number by emailing your reason for return or exchange with your name, address, email, phone number and date of purchase to customerservice@thebbqguru.com. Failure to follow these instructions or include such items may prevent or delay your refund or exchange. 

Items must be in a condition that permits resale. BBQ Guru will not accept the following items for return: (i) items that have been personalized or customized; (ii) special order items, if not part of the BBQ Guru retail sales offering; (iii) items that have been used, altered or that show wear or damage; (iv) gift cards; (v) services. 

UltraQ controls and fans (2-year limited warranty) BBQ Guru warrants this product to be free from defect in workmanship and materials for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase. 

Pit/food probes, power supply and other accessories (90-day limited warranty) BBQ Guru warrants these products to be free from defect in workmanship and materials for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase. 

Should a product malfunction within the warranty period, obtain a return authorization number as per the aforementioned instructions. If defective, it will be repaired or replaced (at the discretion of BBQ Guru) at no cost. There are no user serviceable parts on this unit. 

This warranty is void if the unit shows evidence of tampering or being subjected to moisture, excessive heat, corrosion, or other misuse, including being used with equipment not made by BBQ Guru. Components with excessive wear or damage due to misuse will not be covered under warranty. 

BBQ Guru shall not be responsible for any damage or losses, however caused, which may be experienced as a result of the installation or use of this product.

Variable Flow Rate Power Draft Fans

The fan system uses a variable flow rate to fine-tune the amount of oxygen given to the fire. All fans are equipped with an adjustable damper and an aluminum nozzle. The slide damper can be completely closed to kill the fire or can be adjusted to a small opening for cold smoking. This feature allows fine adjustments to be made due to natural drafts that effect cooking temperature during the fan’s off cycle. Open the damper fully for quick startup. Close halfway to two-thirds of the way for smaller cookers or low and slow cooking. Close nearly all the way for cold smoking.

Premium Dishwasher-Safe Probes

Probes 

The probes provided with your UltraQ are precision stainless steel thermocouples. The thermocouple wires have an armor braid braid with moisture and smoke resistant Teflon insulation that is rated for steady-state temperatures up to 500 degrees F. Do not kink the wires or let them come in contact with direct flame. They can be hand-washed or placed in a dishwasher for cleaning. The probes are user-replaceable and are available at bbqguru.com. Keep a spare set for unforeseen emergency situations.

Important Note: Be sure to fully insert your probes into the control. Push the plug into the receptacle until you feel and hear it snap in place. If you do not plug the probes in securely, there may be erratic temperature readings and the UltraQ will not control temperature accurately. The temperature could also read low, causing the pit to get excessively hot.

Important Note: Each probe jack has an LED indicator light above it. If a probe is securely plugged into the jack while the UltraQ is powered on but the LED does not illuminate, this indicates that the probe is damaged or broken and is not reading temperature properly.

Important Note: The pit probe must be placed inside of the pit at the cooking area for proper temperature regulation. If the pit probe is not located in the pit, proper control will not take place. This can cause the fan to run constantly, causing the pit to become excessively hot.

Important Note: Some ceramic grills present a special-case situation that can lead to early probe failure. 

If using a heat diffuser, run the probe cables over one of the ceramic legs. The heat coming up through the gaps is intense and focused, and if the cable is exposed to this heat, it begins to break down much more quickly than usual. 

Any heat or flame event inside the pit can send a blast of heat – even flames – up the inside of the pit, sometimes ruining a probe instantly. With proper care, the probe has a 2 to 3 year life expectancy.

5-in-1 Magnetic Control Mount Assembly

The UltraQ should be placed in a stable position in its stand. The control can be rotated to face any direction and can sit at any desired angle by tightening the mount knob. Its built-in magnet allows for versatile mounting. The control must be protected from the elements and special precaution must be taken to care for the control as with any other electronic device.

1. Attach the lower stand platform to the upper control bracket using the included hex bolt and thumb nut. 

2. From the underside of the lower stand platform, press the rubber feet into the holes to prevent the stand from sliding. 

3. Snap the control onto the upper control bracket facing any direction. 

4. Tilt the upper control bracket to the desired angle and tighten the thumb nut on the hex bolt to keep the bracket in the selected position.

                                   

MOUNTING TO THE MONOLITH GRILL 

Note: The additional bracket required to attach the control to the shelf is included only with the Monolith Grill. This assembly requires the hex bolt, thumb nut and upper control bracket from the 5-in-1 magnetic mount that was included with the control.  

1. Attach the sheet metal mount to the left side shelf by placing the Phillips-head screw through the existing hole on the bottom shelf rail and tighten the included nut to hold it in place. 

2. Use the hex bolt and thumb nut from the 5-in-1 magnetic mount to attach the upper control bracket to the sheet metal mount. 

3. Snap the control onto the upper control bracket with the Q-tail pointing down diagonally to the right. 

4. Tilt the upper control bracket to the desired angle and tighten the thumb nut on the hex bolt to keep the bracket in the selected position.