Master Chef outdoor Stovetop Specifications

Outdoor Stovetop
S A F E U S E , C A R E A N D A S S E M B LY M A N U A L
DANGER
If you smell Gas
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open lid.
4. If odor continues, keep away from the
appliance and immediately call your
gas supplier or your fire department.
WA R N I N G
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapours and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
2. An LP cylinder not connected for use
shall not be stored in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
WA R N I N G
Failure to follow all of the Manufacturer’s
instructions could result in hazardous
fires, explosions, property damage, or
serious personal injury or even death.
85-1603-8
G10601
WA R N I N G
Follow all leak check procedures carefully
prior to operation of barbecue, even if
grill was dealer assembled. Do not try to
light this barbecue without reading the
Lighting Instructions section of this manual.
Read and save this manual for future reference.
If pre-assembled, leave this manual
with unit for consumer’s future reference.
For product inquires, parts, and warranty and
troubleshooting support, please call 1-877-707-5463.
THIS BARBECUE IS FOR
O U T D O O R U S E O N LY
WA R R A N T Y
1 Year Limited Warranty
This Masterchef Outdoor Stovetop carries a 1 year limited warranty against
defects in manufacturing workmanship. This Limited Warranty is nontransferable
and becomes void if used for commercial or rental purposes. This warranty applies
only when unit is used in Canada. The bill of sale or a copy will be required
together with the serial number and model number when making any warranty
claims from Trileaf Distribution.
Trileaf Distribution reserves the right to have its representatives inspect any product or part prior to honoring any warranty claim. Trileaf Distribution shall not be
liable for any transportation charges, shipping & handling charges or labor cost.
This warranty is for replacement of defective parts only. The Manufacturer will
not be responsible for incidental or consequential damages or any labor cost.
Inability to provide proof of purchase, or if warranty coverage has expired, any
request for parts will be subject to parts, shipping and handling fees.
This limited warranty does not cover damage due to chipping and scratching of
porcelain or painted surfaces, nor does it cover corrosion or discoloration due to
misuse, lack of maintenance, grease fires, hostile environments, accidents, alterations, abuse or neglect, improper installation and failure to read and/or abide by
any product warnings. This limited warranty does not cover any damage sustained
during removal or storage of this unit. Part failure due to lack of cleaning and maintenance, or use of improper cleaning products such as Oven Cleaner will not be covered under this manufacturers warranty. This limited warranty does not cover any
scratches or dents, corrosion or discoloring caused by heat, abrasive or chemical
cleaners. Parts installed from other manufactures will nullify this warranty.
1 Year Limited Warranty
For one year from the date of original retail purchase Trileaf Distributions will
replace any grill part that fails or is found to be defective to the degree of nonperformance under normal household use, during the limited warranty period. Trileaf
Distributions ltd. are not responsible for any grill damage sustained during moving, storage, assembling or cleaning. Unless otherwise noted, as in above limitations, all components are covered for a period of one year.
Important: Should you have difficulty operating this product, or have a part
that has become defective within the stated warranty period, do not return to
store. Stores do not stock replacment parts and are unable to help with troubleshooting advice. Please call 1-877- 707-5463. Have your Proff of purchase, serial number and model number available so that the customer
support agent can be of assistance.
Purchaser: By accepting delivery of this Barbecue the purchaser, hereby accepts
the foregoing and expressly waives any other remedy and damages, direct, indirect,
and consequential.
INFORMATION
INSTALLATION
ADDITIONAL
WA R N I N G S
The installation of this appliance must be in accordance with all local codes, or in
the absence of local codes:
• Canadian installation must conform to the current national standards, which at
this time are CAN/CGA-B149.1/2-Natural Gas/Propane installation code.
a) Do not store a spare LP-gas cylinder under or near this appliance;
b) Never fill the cylinder beyond 80 percent full; and
c) If the information in “(a)” and “(b)” is not followed exactly,
a fire causing death or serious injury may occur.
Minimum clearance to adjacent combustible materials:
• 76 cm (30˝) from furthest protruding edge on side of barbecue.
• 76 cm (30˝) from furthest protruding edge on back of barbecue.
See Drawing A
Always keep the area around this barbecue clean and clear of any and all combustible materials such as gasoline or other inflammable liquids, paper or oily rags.
• Do not operate this barbecue under any overhanging or unprotected construction.
• Remember this barbecue is for outdoor use only and is not for use
on any boat or recreational vehicle.
• Use this barbecue outdoors in a well-ventilated area and we recommend
at least 3 m (10’) from any dwelling or other buildings.
• Do not use in garages, or any other enclosed area.
• Do not leave your barbecue unattended while in operation.
• Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air to the barbecue.
• Do not use while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
• Do not store any spare L.P. (propane) cylinder, full or empty,
under or near your barbecue.
• Do not allow children to play anywhere near the barbecue.
•
Minimum clearance of 76 cm (30”)
on both sides and back of the barbeque.
Drawing A
USE OF
L . P. G A S C Y L I N D E R
Self-contained
The self-contained (propane) gas system is designed to be used with only a 9.1 kg
(20 lb) propane cylinder equipped with a type-1 cylinder valve and incorporating an
overfill protection device (O.P.D.). This barbecue cannot be connected to an existing
#510 P.O.L. type valve cylinder (which has left-handed threads).
Propane Gas System
DO NOT connect to a propane cylinder exceeding 9.1 kg capacity or
use a cylinder with any other type of cylinder valve connection device.
The type-1 valve can easily be recognized by the large external thread on the outside
of the valve. Older existing valves do not have this outer external thread. Any attempt
to connect a regulator to any connector other than the mating type-1 connector could
result in fires, injuries or property damage, and could take out the important safety
features built into the type-1 system. Also connecting the #510 P.O.L. fitting to the
cylinder will negate the flow control and the temperature shut-off features built into
the new type-1 connection system.
• The cylinder should not exceed 472 mm (18 1/2˝) in height and
317 mm (12 1/2˝) in diameter.
LP-gas supply cylinder to be used must be constructed and marked in accordance
with the specifications for LP-gas cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation
(DOT) or the National Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders Spheres
and Tubes for the Transportation of Dangerous Goods.
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The Cylinder must also be equipped with:
• A shut-off valve with a correct cylinder valve outlet as specified in current standards.
• Canada: CAN/ CGA 1.6g-M97 Outdoor Gas Grills.
• U.S.A: ANSI Z21.58a-2006/CSA 1.6a-2006 Outdoor Cooking Appliances.
a) Constructed and marked in accordance with the Specifications for LP-Gas
Cylinders of the U.S. Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) or the National
Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA-B339, Cylinders, Spheres and Tubes for
Transportation of Dangerous Goods; and Commission, as applicable; and
b) Cylinder connection device compatible with
the connection for outdoor cooking appliances.
c) A listed Overfilling Protection Device (O.P.D.).
d) A safety relief valve with direct connection to the vapour space of the cylinder.
e) A collar to protect the tank shut-off valve.
f ) A device for vapour withdrawal.
g) A ring on the bottom to secure the tank to its support assembly.
Warning
Always turn off the cylinder valve completely when the barbecue is not in use.
Always handle the tank valve with utmost care.
• Never connect an unregulated L.P. gas cylinder to the barbecue.
• Always keep the cylinder, in use, securely fastened in an upright position.
• Never store a spare cylinder, empty or full, near or under the barbecue
when in operation.
• Never expose the cylinders to direct sunlight or excessive heat.
• Never insert any kind of objects into the valve outlet as this may damage the
backcheck; a backcheck that is damaged can leak, and a leaking propane cylinder
can result in fires or explosions, property damage, severe injuries or death.
•
•
To Connect Regulator
Carefully insert brass nipple of regulator connection into tank outlet. Screw black
plastic nut clockwise onto tank valve outlet until it comes to a stop. Hand-tighten
only. Do not use tools of any kind.
TRANSPORTATION
AND STORAGE
O F L . P. C Y L I N D E R
The propane cylinder is totally safe when handled properly, but if misused, the
result could be an explosion or fire resulting in serious personal injury and/or
property damage.
Warnings
Always recap the cylinder with cap provided when not connected to the barbecue.
• Do not store the cylinder in any enclosed area such as a garage, and make sure
the storage area has lots of ventilation.
• Do not store the cylinder near any appliances, or in any areas that may become
hot such as the trunk of a vehicle.
• Make sure the cylinder is out of the reach of children.
• When transporting or storing the cylinder, make sure it is in an upright
position and not on its side.
• Do not smoke around the cylinder, especially when transporting it in a vehicle.
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FILLING THE
L . P. C Y L I N D E R
For safety reasons the LP gas cylinder, if supplied with your barbecue, has been
shipped empty. The cylinder must be filled prior to use and must have the air
purged. For safety, follow these instructions when having your cylinder filled:
• Have only your local qualified LP gas dealer fill or repair a cylinder.
• Do not overfill the cylinder beyond the safe 80% fill level.
• Make sure the dealer tests and checks the cylinder for leaks after filling.
WA R N I N G
If the above instructions are not completely adhered to,
it could cause a fire /explosion, resulting in death or serious Injury,
or property damage.
SAFETY HOSE
AND REGULATOR
Propane Models: Your barbecue is designed to operate on L.P. propane gas at
a pressure of 2.74 Kpa (11˝ water column). A regulator preset to this pressure is
supplied with the barbecue and must be used.
This regulator is equipped with the type-1 quick-closing connecting system,
which incorporates these safety features:
• Will not allow gas to flow until a positive seal has been made.
• Has a thermal component that will automatically shut off
the flow of gas between 115–150ºC (240–300ºF).
• Has a flow limiting feature, which will restrict the flow of gas
to 10 cubic feet/hour.
Warning
Should the large, black thermal-sensitive coupling nut be exposed to any extreme
temperatures above 115ºC it will soften and allow the regulator probe to disengage from the valve, and will shut off the gas. Should this occur, do not try to
reconnect the nut; instead replace the whole regulator assembly with a new one
(see the attached parts listing for details). The regulator probe also contains a flowsensitive feature, which limits the flow of gas to 10 cubic feet/hour, in the event of
a regulator malfunction or hose leak. If the flow control feature is activated, the
cause of this excessive gas flow should be investigated and corrected before using
the barbecue again.
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Attention: Improperly lighting the barbecue can activate the flow control feature,
resulting in lower heat output. If this occurs, the re-flow feature must be reset by
turning off all the burner controls and the cylinder valve. Wait at least 30 seconds
before slowly turning on the cylinder valve, and then after another 5 seconds turn
the burner valve on and light the barbecue.
Never connect this barbecue to an unregulated propane gas supply, or to
another kind of gas. Do not alter or change the hose or regulator in any way.
• Visually inspect the whole hose assembly before each use for evidence of wear or
damage such as cracks, burns, or even cuts. If any damage is found, replace the
assembly before using the barbecue. Use only the recommended replacement hose.
• To avoid possible damage to the hose, do not allow any grease or other hot
materials to fall on the hose, and make sure the hose does not contact any hot
surfaces of the barbecue.
• The connection fitting must be protected when it’s disconnected from the
cylinder. Do not allow the fitting to bump or drag on the ground as nicks and
scratches could help create a leak when connecting back to the cylinder.
• It is important to do the “Leak Test” procedure every time a cylinder is refilled,
or any of the components are changed, and especially at the beginning of a
new season.
•
SAFETY
LEAK TESTING
Attention: A leak test ensures that there are no gas leaks prior to lighting
your barbeque.
Perform A “Leak Test”
Before lighting your barbecue for the first time.
Every time the cylinder is refilled, or any component is replaced.
• At least once every year, preferably at the start of the season.
• When having difficulty lighting burners, or experiencing irregular burn patterns.
•
•
The “Leak Test” must be done outdoors, away from heat, open flames and flammable liquids. Do not smoke while performing the test. Use only a mixture of
50/50 liquid soap and water for leak testing. Never use a match or open flame.
The Following Must Be Checked
The tank valve including the threads into the tank (drawing C).
All tank welds (drawing B).
• Regulator fittings and tank connections (drawing C).
• All hose connections (drawing D),
plus side burner hoses if so equipped (drawing E).
• With a newly filled and tested propane tank attached to the barbecue and all
the controls turned OFF, slowly open the cylinder valve one full turn.
• Brush Soap solution on all connections and components
listed above and shown in the drawings B, C, D and E.
• Look carefully for bubbles forming, which is an indication of leaking gas.
• Tighten the connections at the bubbled areas until re-testing shows no
indication of any leaks (shut off cylinder while correcting any leaks).
• Shut off the cylinder valve and ensure all control valves are off.
• Do not use the barbecue if any leaks cannot be stopped. Turn off the
gas cylinder valve, remove the gas cylinder and seek assistance from
a qualified gas appliance service mechanic or gas dealer.
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•
Drawing B
Drawing D
Drawing C
Drawing E
(if equipped with a side burner)
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PRIOR TO USING
Insert valve outlets into Venturi tubes
approximately 6mm (1/4”)
Drawing F
NATURAL HAZARD
SPIDERS
Do not use your barbecue until you have carefully read and fully understand
all the information in this manual. Please ensure the following:
• Your barbecue is properly assembled.
• There are no leaks in the system (see “Leak Test”).
• The burner is properly assembled, with the venturi tubes seated over the
valve outlets (drawing F) and that there is nothing blocking the venturi
tubes (drawing G).
• Ensure that all power cords and/ or gas supply hoses will not touch or be
near the surfaces that will get hot.
• The barbecue is in a safe location (see installation).
Ensure that the valve outlets (igniter electrode) are assembled into the venturi
tubes approximately 6 mm (1/4˝) and that the valve outlets and venturi tubes are
approximately parallel to the bottom of the lower body.
Fact: Sometimes spiders and other small insects climb into the burner tube. The
spiders spin webs, build nests and lay eggs. The webs or nests can be very small,
but they are very strong and can block the flow of gas. Clean burner prior to use
after storing, or after a period of one Month not being used.
An obstruction can result in a “flashback” (a fire in the burner tube). The appliance may still light, but the obstruction does not allow full gas flow to the burner.
1. Smell gas.
2. Burner will not light.
3. Fire coming from around or behind control knob.
STOP! Immediately turn off gas at LP cylinder.
Solution: Wait for appliance to cool. Clean burner often. Spiders and insects
don’t care if your appliance is brand new or you just cleaned it. Use a hose with a
nozzle attached. Forced water will wash out the web.
General Cleaning
Typical spider
webs inside burner
Do not mistake brown or black accumulation of grease and smoke for paint.
Interiors of gas appliances are not painted at the factory. Apply a strong
solution of detergent and water or use a grill cleaner with scrub brush on
insides of lid and bottom. Rinse and allow to completely air dry.
• Plastic parts: Wash with warm soapy water and wipe dry. Do not use citrisol,
abrasive cleaners, degreasers or a concentrated grill cleaner on plastic parts.
Damage to and failure of parts can result.
• Porcelain surfaces: Because of glass-like composition, most residue can be
wiped away with baking soda/water solution or specially formulated cleaner.
Use nonabrasive scouring powder for stubborn stains.
• Painted surfaces: Wash with mild detergent or nonabrasive cleaner and warm
soapy water. Wipe dry with a soft nonabrasive cloth.
•
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LIGHTING
THE BARBECUE
Prior to lighting your Outdoor Stovetop, visually check all hoses before each use,
for nicks, cracking, abrasions or cuts. If the hose is found to be damaged in any
way, do not use your barbeque. A replacement hose and regulator is required.
•
Make sure you have followed all the checks, procedures and instructions
in all previous sections before attempting to light the barbecue.
Important
Remove the lid before lighting the burner.
Do not lean over the unit when lighting in case of back flash.
• Making sure that the main control knob is off,
slowly and carefully open the propane gas cylinder valve.
• Visually check the flames every time you light your unit. If the flame
is abnormally small or smokey yellow – shut off the unit and check
the venturi tubes for blockage or refer to the Troubleshooting Guide.
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•
Using The Igniter To Light The Burner
Ensure burner control knob is in the off position before opening gas supply.
1. Remove the lid before lighting.
2. Open the gas supply valve and wait 5 seconds.
3. Push in and turn the single main burner control knob to ‘HIGH’.
4. Depress the ignitor, until a clicking noise is heard
(a spark is being applied) repeat if necessary.
5. If the burner does not light immediately (within five seconds),
turn burner control knob off and wait 5 minutes to clear the gas.
6. Repeat steps 1 to 5. If burner still fails to light, refer to the
Troubleshooting Guide to determine the cause and solution,
or try the Match Lighting procedure below.
CAUTION
If ignition does NOT occur in 5 seconds, turn the burner
controls OFF, wait 5 minutes and repeat the lighting procedure.
If the burner does not ignite with the valve open,
gas will continue to flow out of the burner and could accidently
ignite with risk of injury.
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Match-Lighting
Do not lean over burner while lighting.
1. Remove lid. Turn on gas at LP cylinder.
2. Place lit match into match holder. Place match near burner.
3. Push in and turn burner knob to HI. Be sure burner lights and stays lit.
WA R N I N G
Use this slot for manual match lighting
If the heat output is too low, the flow control feature may have
been activated by a gas leak. If so, turn off the burner valve
and cylinder valve, and perform the “Leak Test”. If there aren’t
any leaks, re-light the burner.
WA R N I N G
Never stand with your head directly over the unit when preparing
to light the main burners, to prevent possible bodily injury.
WA R N I N G
IF THE SELECTED BURNER DOES NOT LIGHT,
immediately turn the burner control knob and cylinder
valve to the OFF position, to prevent gas buildup. Wait five minutes
for the gas to clear and then repeat the preceding
starting procedure. If the burner will not light when using the ignitor,
follow the match lighting instructions.
Shutting Down The Barbecue After Use
•
•
Turn off the gas cylinder valve.
Turn the burner control valve to the “Off ” position.
This sequence is important as it prevents residual gas from being left in the system
under pressure and will make the next use easier.
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SAFETY CHECK
Burner Check
Light burner, rotate knob from HI to LOW. You should see a smaller flame in the
LOW position than the HI position. Always check flame prior to each use.
Burner Flame Check
Inspect burner prior to each use. If burner is damaged do not use. Call manufacturer to purchase a replacement 1-877-707-5463
Ignitor Check
Turn gas OFF at LP cylinder. Depress the ignitor knob. “Click” should be heard
and spark seen each time between burner and electrode. If you do not see a spark
or hear a clicking sound, See troubleshooting section for more details.
WA R N I N G
Hot Surface! DO NOT touch the hot surface
while this unit is operating!!
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Problem
Burner will not light
(match or igniter)
Possible Causes
Corrective Action
•
Blocked venturi tubes
•
Clean out blockage
•
Cylinder or gas supply valve turned off
•
Open cylinder or gas supply valve
•
Venturi tubes not properly sealed over
valve igniter electrodes
•
Ensure proper venturi tube assembly
•
Burner ports blocked
•
Clean/replace burner
•
Low or out of propane
•
Refill cylinder
•
Flow control device activated
•
Follow correct lighting procedure,
and perform leak test
•
Regulator not fully tightened into cylinder
•
•
Tighten regulator fully (hand tighten) onto cylinder
Straighten fuel hose
Burners not hot enough
Flames smoky yellow
Burner lights with match
but not with igniter
Flame blows out/down
through base
Too much heat/excessive
flare-up
•
Partially blocked venturi tubes
•
Clean out blockage
•
Excess cooking salts on burner
•
Clean burner
•
Air shutter closed (side and rear rotisserie burner only)
•
Open air shutter
•
Loose wire connection
•
Make sure all connections are tight
•
Broken electrode ceramic
Poor ground
•
•
Ensure collector box, burner and
igniter are assembled properly
•
Faulty igniter
•
Replace igniter
•
High wind conditions
•
Relocate barbecue back towards wind
•
Propane low
•
Refill cylinder
•
Excessive fat in meat
•
Trim meat, turn down burner controls and/or fuel supply
•
Grease drain plugged
•
•
Clean casting base and burner
Clean heat plate
•
Cooking system not positioned correctly
•
Position cooking system correctly
Flames under heat
control console
•
Blocked venturi tubes
•
Immediately shut off gas at source,
allow grill to cool and clean out venturi tubes
Regulator humming
•
This is not a defect or a hazard
•
Temporary condition caused by high outside
temperatures and a full propane cylinder
Incomplete flame
•
Plugged, rusted or leaking burner
•
Clean/replace burner
For product inquires, parts, and warranty and troubleshooting support, please call 1-877-707-5463.
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PARTS LIST
85-1603-8
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(G10601)
Item No.
Quantity
Description
Part No.
AA
1
Top Lid
G106-0008-01
AB
1
Handle, Top Lid
G402-0001-02
BA
1
Top Support Frame
G106-0200-01
BB
1
Cooking grate
G106-0007-01
BC
1
Burner Assembly
G106-0400-01
BD
1
Electrode with wire
G105-0006-01
BE
1
Heat Shield
G106-0006-01
CA
1
Control Panel
G106-0004-01
CB
1
Ignitor
G206-0701-01
CC
1
Control Knob
G106-0009-01
CD
1
Valve
G105-0009-01
CE
1
Front Panel
G106-0003-01
CF
1
Side Panel
G106-0001-01
CG
1
Back Panel
G106-0005-01
CH
3
Vertical Side support bars
G106-0100-01
CI
1
Access handle
HRMP01-0007-01
CJ
1
Handle
G106-0002-01
CK
2
Bracket Holder
G106-0010-01
CL
1
LPG Tank Retention Bracket
G106-0011-01
CM
1
Match Holder
G401-0079-01
CN
1
Regulator
G105-0015-01
CO
1
Wing Screw
G306-0025-01
CP
1
Retention Clamp
G106-0012-01
DA
1
Tank Supporter
HRMP01-0001-01
DB
2
Wheel
G105-0606-01
DC
2
Wheel Axle
HRMP01-0002-01
DD
2
Washer, wheel
HRMP01-0003-01
DE
1
Hardware Pack
G10601-B001-01-01
DF
1
Manual
G106-003-010801-01
Manual
Hardware
Pack
DF
DE
CP
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A S S E M B LY I N S T R U C T I O N S
Hardware Pack List
Key No.
Description
1
No.10-24 UNC x 25 Screw
20124-10025-03A
6
2
ø5 Washer
40300-05000-250
9
3
ST4.2 x 10 Tapping Screw
22500-42010-13A
24
4
No.8-32UNC x 10 Screw
20132-08010-032
2
5
ø4 Lock Washer
41400-04000-250
2
6
1/4"- 20 UNC Flange Nut
31220-13000-03A
2
7
No. 10-24 UNC Flange Nut
31224-10000-03A
3
8
No. 8-32UNC x 25 screw
20132-08025-250
2
Grill is heavy. You should have two
people assemble the barbecue together.
9
No. 8-32UNC Nut
30232-08000-250
2
10
ø5 Lock Washer
41400-05000-250
2
11
No.10-24 UNC x 10 Screw
20124-10010-03A
2
Please refer to the part numbers underneath the hardware
name for use when ordering parts under warranty.
12
Wing Screw
G306-0025-9084
1
Tools needed for assembly are shown below.
Before assembling the barbecue, please ensure
that you have all the hardware needed.
Before assembling the barbecue, read these instructions
carefully. Assemble the barbecue on a flat, clean surface.
Note: Do not fully tighten all the nuts during initial stage.
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Part Number
Quantity
Key #1: No.10-24 UNC x 25 Screw (x6)
Key #2: ø5 Washer (x9)
Key #3: ST4.2 x 10 Tapping Screw (x24)
Key #4: No.8-32UNC x 10 Screw (x2)
Key #5: ø4 Lock Washer (x2)
Key #6: 1/4"- 20 UNC Flange Nut (x2)
Key #7: No. 10-24 UNC Flange Nut (x3)
Key #8: No. 8-32UNC x 25 screw (x2)
Key #9: No. 8-32UNC Nut (x2)
Key #10: ø5 Lock Washer (x2)
Key #11: No.10-24 UNC x 10 Screw (x2)
Key #11: Wing Screw (x1)
1
Insert 3 vertical supporting bars (CH) into tank support
(DA). Secure the supporting bars to the tank support using
hardware #1 (x6) and #2 (x6).
2
Assemble the side panel (CF), front panel (CE) and supporting bars (CH) together as shown using hardware #3 (x16).
3
Assemble the igniter (CB) to the control panel (CA) as shown.
Assemble the burner valve (CD) to the control panel (CA)
using hardware #8 (x2) and #5 (x2) as shown.
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4
Position the control panel (CA) into the hole located on the
front panel (CE) using hardware #3 (x4). Place the control
knob (CC) on as shown.
5
Assemble the cart handle (CJ) to the side panel (CF) using
hardware #6 (x2) as shown.
6
Assemble the Bracket Holder (CK) to the bottom of Heat
Shield (BE) using hardware #11 (x2) as shown. Fix the Tank
Retention Bracket (BL) to the bracket (CK) using Wing
Screw (CO) with hardware #12 (x1) as shown.
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7
7.1 Assemble the burner assembly (BC) to the heat shield
by positioning the burner Venturi tube through the
hole located in the heat shield, using hardware #7 (x3).
7.2 Assemble the heat shield and burner to the top of the
cart body using hardware #3 (x4).
8
Connect the electrode wire to the igniter (CB) as shown.
VERY IMPORTANT
Burner Venturi tubes must engage valve openings. Make
sure the valves are aligned with burner Venturi tubes.
9
Assemble the lid handle (AB) to the lid (AA) using hardware
#4 (x2), #2 (x2), #10 (x2), and #9 (x2).
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10
Assemble the back panel (CG) by attaching to the heat
shield as shown. Then place lid to cover the top of this unit.
CAUTION
Lid should only be used for storing after Side
burner unit has cooled down. Never place
cover over burner when unit is in operation.
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LP CYLINDER IS SOLD SEPARATELY.
Fill and leak check the cylinder before attaching to the grill
and regulator. Once the cylinder has been filled and leak
checked, place cylinder into the bottom of the cart cabinet.
Slide tank retention bracket (CL) over cylinder collar and
tighten the Wing Screw (CO, hardware #12). Then connect
the regulator (CN) to the gas tank OPD valve.
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Remove one of the hardware #3 (self tapping screw) from the
Front Panel (CE), then connect the Retention Hook to the
Front panel (CE) as shown using the same hardware which was
just removed (hardware #3) and a 5mm washer (hardware #2).
Important! Clip the regular PVC hose to the hook as shown
before connecting the QCC1 regulator to the gas tank.
WA R N I N G
This step must be followed to prevent the
regulator hose from getting damaged.
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DISTRIBUTOR
Trileaf Distribution Trifeuil
Toronto, Canada
M4S 2B8