Premium 2 Burner With Side Burner
Assembly Instructions - Please keep for future reference
3430770
Dimensions
Width - 121cm
Depth - 57cm
Height - 105cm
Important - Please read this instructions fully before starting assembly
If you need help or have damaged or missing parts, call the Customer Helpline: 08450 778888
Safety and Care Advice
Important - Please read this instructions fully before starting assembly
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Read the instructions before using the appliance.
Use outdoors only .
For use with LPG bottled gas only. A regulator of 37mbar must be used for propane.
This appliance must be kept away from flammable materials during use.
LP gas cylinders should not be placed directly underneath the barbecue.
LP gas cylinders must not be stored or used in the horizontal position. A leak would be very serious
and liquid could enter the gas line.
When igniting barbecue open its hood before lighting.
Do not move the appliance during use.
This barbecue must not be left unattended when lit.
The hood handle can become very hot. Grip only the centre of the handle. Use of a cooking glove is
advised.
Use caution when opening the hood, as hot steam inside is released upon opening.
WARNING: accessible parts may be very hot. Keep young children away.
Turn off the gas supply at the gas cylinder after use.
Do not modify the appliance.
Never cover a barbecue until it has completely cooled.
Never use the barbecue with the side shelf in the down position.
Leak test annually, and whenever the gas bottle is removed or replaced.
Do not store flammable materials near this barbecue.
Do not use aerosols near this barbecue.
Failure to follow the manual’s instructions could result in serious injury or damage.
If you have any queries regarding these instructions, contact your local dealer.
The precautions to be taken in the case of blockage of the venture or venturis
The recommendation of the use of protective gloves when handling particularly hot components.
A note advising that parts sealed by the manufacturer or his agent shall not be manipulated by the user.
Gas and Regulator
This barbecue can use propane LPG bottled gas only. Propane bottles will supply gas all year round,
even on cold winter days. A spanner may be required to change gas bottles. The bottle should never be
stood on the trolley base and placed directly under the barbecue. Gas bottles should never be stored or
used laid on their side. Never store gas bottles indoors.
The regulator shall comply with EN12864.
YOU MUST HAVE THE PROPER REGULATOR AND BOTTLE IN ORDER FOR THE BARBECUE TO
OPERATE SAFELY AND EFFICIENTLY. USE OF AN INCORRECT OR FAULTY REGULATOR IS
DANGEROUS AND WILL INVALIDATE ANY WARRANTY. Please consult your local gas dealer for the
most suitable gas bottles.
The type of cylinder to be used, their maximal external dimensions is as follow:
1. Maximum diameter or breadth is 310mm;
2. Maximum height is 570mm.
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Safety and Care Advice
Installation
Selecting a Location
This barbecue is for outdoor use only and should be place in a well-ventilated area. Take care to ensure
that it is not placed UNDER any combustible surface. The sides of the barbecue should NEVER be closer
than 1 metre from any combustible surface. Keep this barbecue away from any flammable materials!
Precautions
Do not abstruct any ventilation openings in the barbecue body. Should you need to change the gas bottle,
confirm that the barbecue is switched off, and that there are no sources of ignition(cigarettes, open flame,
sparks,etc.) near before proceeding. Inspect the gas hose to ensure it is free of any twisting or tension.
The hose should hang freely with no bends, folds, or kinks that could obstruct freeflow of tension.
The hose should hang freely with no bends, folds, or kinks that could obstruct free flow of gas.
Apart from the connection point, no part of the hose should touch any hot barbecue parts. Always
inspect the hose for cuts, cracks, or excessive wear before use. If the hose is damaged, it must be
replaced with hose suitable for use with LPG and meet the national standards for the country of use. The
length of the hose shall not exceed 1.5m. N.B.-The date on U.K. hose is the date of manufacture, not the
expiry date.
Fixing the Regulator to the Gas Bottle
Confirm all barbecue control knobs are in the off position. Connect the regulator to the gas bottle
according to your regulator and bottle dealer’s instructions.
Leak Testing (To be performed in a well-ventilated area.)
Confirm all control knobs are in the off position. Open the gas control valve on the bottle or regulator.
Check for leaks by brushing a solution of ½ water and ½ soap over all gas system joints, including all
valve connections, hose connections and regulator connections. NEVER USE AN OPEN FLAME to test
for leaks at anytime. If bubbles form over any of the joints, there is a leak. Turn off the gas supply and
retighten all joints. Repeat test. If bubbles form again, do not use the barbecue. Please contact your local
dealer for assistance. Leak test your barbecue annually. Check the hose connections are tight and leak
test them each time you reconnect the gas bottles.
Operation
Warning
Before proceeding, make certain that you understand the IMPORTANT INFORMATION section of this
manual.
Preparation Before Cooking
To prevent foods from sticking to the cooking grill, please use a long handled brush to apply a light coat
of cooking or vegetable oil before each barbecuing session. (Note: When cooking for the first time,
paint colours may change slightly as a result. This is normal and should be expected.)
Lighting the Main Burner
• Open the barbecue hood.
• Ensure all knobs are in the off position. Open the gas control valve on the gas bottle or regulator.
• Push in and turn the control knob to the Max position. Press the ignition button rapidly several times
until left portion of the burner is lit. If burner fails to ignite, turn control knob to the off position and turn
gas off at the bottle or regulator. Wait five minutes, then repeat the above steps. After successful
lighting of the left side, ignite the remaining portion of the burner. If the burner fails to ignite after
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Safety and Care Advice
following above procedure, turn all the knobs to the off position. Close the gas valve on the gas bottle.
Wait 5 minutes, then repeat the above steps. If the barbecue still fails to light, please refer to the
manual ignition instruction in the section below.
• After ignition, the burner should be burned at the high position for 3-5 minutes in order to preheat the
barbecue. This process should be done before every cooking session. The hood (where applicable)
should be open during preheating.
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After completion of preheating, the burner should normally be turned down to a lower position for best
cooking results.
Manual Ignition Instruction for Main Burner
• Insert lit match through the match-lighting hole at the bottom of the barbecue body.
• Push in and turn the rightmost control knob anti-clockwise to the max position.
• After the right portion of the burner is lit, light the remaining portion of the burner.
• If burner fails to ignite, contact your local dealer for assistance.
• After ignition, the burner should be burned at the max position for 3-5 minutes in order to preheat the
barbecue. This process should be done before every cooking session. The hood (where applicable)
should be open during preheating.
• After completion of preheating, the burner should normally be turned down to a lower position for
best cooking results.
Lighting the Side Burner
• Open the side burner hood.
• Keep side burner free.
• Set the control knob to off and turn on the gas supply.
• Push in and turn the control knob anti-clockwise to max position.
• Push the ignition button several times and the burner should ignite.
• If the burner fails to ignite after above procedure, turn the knob to the off position and close the gas
valve. Wait 5 minutes and then repeat the above steps. If the barbecue still fails to light, please refer
to the manual ignition instruction in the section below.
Manual Ignition Instruction for Side Burner
• Set the control knob to the off position.
• Apply a lit match on the gap to burner ports.
• Push and turn the control knob anti-clockwise to max position and the burner should ignite. If the
burner fails to ignite, contact your local dealer for assistance.
Roasting Hood Cooking
Barbecues equipped with a roasting hood give the option of cooking with hood closed to form an ‘oven’
for roasting food, such as joints of meat, whole chickens, etc.
When roasting, turn the burner under the food to the OFF position. Close the hood and turn the other
burner down to a lower setting i.e. low to medium to achieve the temperature required. DO NOT ALLOW
YOUR BARBECUE TO OVERHEAT. Avoid lifting the hood unnecessarily as heat is lost each time the
hood is opened.
End of Cooking Session
After each cooking session, turn the barbecue burner to the “max” position and burn for 5 minutes. This
procedure will burn off cooking residue, thus making cleaning easier. Make sure the hood is open during
this process.
Turning Off Your Barbecue
When you have finished using your barbecue, turn all the control valves fully clockwise to the “Off”
position, then switch off the gas at the bottle. Wait until the barbecue is sufficiently cool before closing its
hood.
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Safety and Care Advice
Care and Maintenance
Regularly clean your barbecue between uses and especially after extended periods of storage. Ensure
the barbecue and its components are sufficiently cool before cleaning. Do not leave the barbecue
exposed to outside weather conditions or stored in damp, moist areas.
• Never douse the barbecue with water when its surfaces are hot.
• Never handle hot parts with unprotected hands.
Cooking Grill
Clean with hot soapy water. To remove any food residue, use a mild cream cleaner on a bristle brush.
Rinse well and dry thoroughly.
Burner Maintenance
Your burner has been preset for optimal flame performance. You will normally see a blue flame, possibly
with a small yellow tip when the burner is alight. If the flame pattern is significantly yellow, this could be a
problem caused by grease from cooking blocking the burner or spiders or other insects in the burner
venturi. This can result in the flow of the gas and air mixture being restricted or blocked which may result
in a fire behind the control panel causing serious damage to your barbecue. If this happens, the gas
should be immediately turned off at the bottle.
Burners should be inspected and cleaned on a regular
basis in addition to the following conditions:
1) Bringing the barbecue out of storage.
2) One or more of the burners do not ignite.
3) The burner flame pattern is significantly yellow.
4) The gas ignites behind the control panel.
To clean a burner, remove it from the barbecue. The outside of the burner can be cleaned with a wire
brush. Clean the portholes with a pipe cleaner or piece of wire. Take care not to enlarge the portholes.
Clean the insect screen on the end of the venturi tube with a bristle brush (i.e. an old toothbrush).
Clean the venturi tube with a pipe cleaner or piece of wire. You may need a torch to see into the venturi
tube to make sure it is clear. ”Turn the burner up on end and lightly tap against a piece of wood to
dislodge any debris from inside.”
Barbecue Body
Regularly remove excess grease or fat from the barbecue body with a soft plastic or wooden scraper. It
is not necessary to remove all the grease from the body. If you need to clean fully, use hot soapy water
and a cloth, or nylon-bristled brush only. Remove cooking surfaces and burners before full cleaning. Do
not immerse the gas controls or manifold in water. Check burner operation after carefully refitting into
body.
Whenever a barbecue is being assembled for the first time or its burners are being cleaned, make sure
each gas valve tip goes into the burner venturi tube completely during the assemble or re-assemble
process.
Burner venturi tube
Gas valve
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Safety and Care Advice
Fixings
All screws and bolts, etc. should be checked and tightened on a regular basis.
Storage
Store your barbecue in a cool dry place. It must be inspected on a regular basis as damp or
condensation can form which may result in damage to the barbecue. It may be necessary to dry the
barbecue and the inside of the cover if used. Mould can grow under these conditions and should be
cleaned and treated if required. Any rust that is found that does not come into contact with the food
should be treated with a rust inhibitor and painted with barbecue paint or a heat resistant paint. Chrome
plated warming racks and grills should be coated with cooking oil. Wrap the burners in aluminium foil to
help prevent insects or other debris from obstructing the burners. The gas bottle must be always be
disconnected from the barbecue and stored in a well ventilated area at least 1 metre away from any fixed
ignition source. Do not store inside residential accommodation. Never store cylinders below ground level
(e.g. cellars). Do not let children tamper with bottles.
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WARNING
CARBON MONOXIDE
HAZARD
Danger of carbon monoxide
poisoning - NEVER light this
product or let it smoulder or cool
down in confined spaces.
Note: if required the next
page can be cut out and used
as reference throughout the
assembly. Keep this page with
these instructions for future
reference.
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Components - Parts
If you have damaged or missing components,
call the Customer Helpline: 08450 778888
Please check you have all the panels listed below
1 Grill Assembly x1
4 Heat tent x2
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Side Burner assembly x1
2 Warming rack x1
5 Control panel assembly x 1
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Left Side shelf x1
3
Cooking grill x1
6 Side burner grate x1
9 Grease tray x1
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Components - Parts
Please check you have all the panels listed below
11 Right side shelf x 1
10 Left fascia x 1
13 Cart - Left side panel
assembly x1
16 Wheel axel x1
20 Back supporter x1
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14 Cart - Right side panel
assembly x1
Tray supporter x1
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12 Bottom shelf assembly x1
Right fascia x1
18 Tray supporter x1
22
Door assemblyx1
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Wheel x2
19 Upper door
supporter x1
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Components - Fittings
Please check you have all the panels listed below
Note
The quantities below are the correct amount to complete the assembly.
A
B
1/4"-20UNCX60 Screw x 16
C
1/4"-20UNC Nut x 16
F
E
D
No.8 Wing Nut x 1
#8X3/8" Tapping Screwx 2
G
H
NO.10-24UNC Nut x 2
I
Split Pin
Main Burner Hook x 2
NO.10-24UNCx13 Screw x 2
LI
K
J
1/4"-20UNCX13 Screw x 12
L
N
M
Heat insulation Washer x 5
O IM
NO.10-24UNCx13 Screw x 13
L
L
7 washer x 4
7 Lock washer x 4
RI
QI
IP
NO.10-24UNC Nut x 4
5 washer x 7
5 Lock washer x 7
Wheel bushing x 3
Side Burner Pin x 1
TI
L
Side Burner Knob x 1
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Components - Fittings
Tool required
9
Philips screwdriver
Small hammer
Wrench
(Do not provided in this
product)
Ruler/ tape measure
Assembly Instructions
Step 1
Put the right panel assembly
14 on the bottom assembly
12 using A and B .
Check the orientation of all
panel assemblies and fix the
bolts tightly by the
screwdriver.
14
B
A
12
FRONT
Step 2
Put the left panel assembly
on the bottom assembly
A and B .
using
12
13
Check the orientation of all
panel assemblies and fix the
bolts tightly by the
screwdriver.
13
A
B
FRONT
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Assembly Instructions
Step 3
put the wheel
15
into the axle 16
also put the bushing
Q
in.
Insert the axle 16 to the left
panel assembly 13 .
put again a bushing Q
through the axel then put
another wheel 15 with bushing.
15
Q
FRONT
16
Step 4
secure them by the split pin I .
I
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Assembly Instructions
Step 5
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Fix the back supporter 520
by using A and B .
B
A
FRONT
Step 6
Fix the upper door supporter
by using A and B .
19
19
FRONT
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Assembly Instructions
Step 7
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Fix the two tray supporter
17 and 18 by using F and G
also J and K .
18
F
K
J
G
FRONT
Step 8
Fix the back side of tray
supporters 17 and 18 by using
D
.
D
BACK
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Assembly Instructions
Step 9
5
Fix the control panel assembly
5
O
P
O
C
on the trolley by using C
and P .
Step 10
Fix the grill assembly 1
on the the trolley
by using N , M and L .
1
N
M
L
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Assembly Instructions
Step 11
Fix the electrode wire to the
ignitor.
And fix the main burner with
the main burner hook H .
H
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Assembly Instructions
Step 12
Fix the right fascia 21
to the right side shelf 11
by using N , J and K .
11
21
K
J
N
C
Step 13
a: Fix the right side shelf
11
by using .First fix C
to the trolley halfly, then put
the right side shelf on it,
finally fix them together.
a:
C
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b: Assemble the side panel
to the control panel by N .
b:
N
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Assembly Instructions
Step 14
K
J
N
C
Fix the left fascia 10 to the left
left side shelf 8 by using
N , J and K .
Fix the C to the trolley halfly,
put the left side shelf 8 onto
the trolley then fix them.
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8
Fix the left side panel 13 by
using N .
N
Step 15
Loosen the screws preassembled in the valve,
put the valve stem through
the fascia hole then fix it with
the screws.
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Assembly Instructions
Step 16
a: Put the side burner
assembly 7 through the
holes of the left side shelf
assembly 8 .
a:
8
7
b: Fix the side burner
assembly 7 into the left side
shelf assembly 8 by
using E and M .
b:
M
E
C: Fix the side burner and the
valve with side burner pin R
connect the side burner to
the electrode wire.
C:
Important:
Make sure the valve
tip goes into the
venturi tube
completely with
good alignment.
electrode wire
R
R
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Assembly Instructions
Step 17
Fix the side burner knob T
7
directly onto the left fascia 10
10
Step 18
Put the side burner grate
6
onto the side burner.
6
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Assembly Instructions
Step 19
3
Put the heat tent 4 into the
grill assembly 1 .
Then put the cooking grill 3
up on the grill assembly 1 .
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Step 20
Put the warming rack
onto the grill assembly
2
1
.
2
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Assembly Instructions
Step 21
Assemble the door assembly
22
into the trolley .
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Step 22
Put the grease tray 9
onto the grease tray supporter
17 and 18 .
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17
9
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Assembly Instructions
Step2324
Step
Assembly is complete.
If you need help or have damaged or missing parts, call the Customer Helpline: 08450 778888
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Technical Specification
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Model Number
Gas Category
Type of Gas & Pressure
0598
PIN: 598 CN 371
G21305
I3+(28-30/37)
G30/31 - 28-30/37mbar
Argos CAT. Number
3430770
Injector Size (Main Burner)
0.87mm
Injector Size (Side Burner)
0.75mm
Total Heat Input
8.5 kW
2 Burner Heat Input
6.2 kW
Side Burner Heat Input
2.3 kW
Gas Consumption
619 g/h
Country of Destination
GB and IE
This barbecue grill is produced for Argos Limited:
AVEBURY, MILTON KEYNES MK9 2NW
www.argos.co.uk
Winners Products Engineer Ltd.
25/F Top Glory Tower, 262 Gkoucester Road, Causeway Bay, HONG KONG
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Troubleshooting
Pr o b l em
Burner will not light
using the ignition
system
Po s s i b l e Cau s e
So l u t i o n
LP gas cylinder is empty
Replace with full cylinder
Faulty regulator
Have regulator checked or replace
Obstructions in burner
Clean burner
Obstructions in gas jets or gas hose
Clean jets and gas hose
Electrode wire is loose or disconnected
Reconnect wire
on electrode or ignition unit.
Burner will not light
with a match
Low flame or flashback
(fire in burner tube— a
hissing or roaring noise
may be heard)
Gas valve knob difficult
to turn
Electrode or wire is damaged
Change electrode and wire
Faulty push button ignitor
Change ignitor
LP gas cylinder is empty
Replace with full cylinder
Faulty regulator
Have regulator checked or replace
Obstructions in burner
Clean burner
Obstructions in gas jets or gas hose
Clean jets and gas hose
LP gas cylinder too small
Use larger cylinder.
Obstructions in burner
Clean burner
Obstructions in gas jets or gas hose
Clean jets and gas hose
Windy conditions.
Use BBQ in a more sheltered position
Gas valve jammed
Replace gas valve
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