Everdure E2GLPC-09B Installation guide

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ASSEMBLY, OPERATION
& MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR EVERDURE E2GO PORTABLE GAS BARBECUES
Models Included:
E2GLPC-09B
E2GLPC-09G
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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR EVERDURE E2GO GAS BARBECUE RANGE
E2GLPC-09B & E2GLPC-09G OUTDOOR PORTABLE BARBECUES
CONTENTS
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Important Safety Instructions Gas
Appliance Details
Gas Connections
Outdoor Installation Guide
Operating Instructions
Lighting Procedure
Cleaning & Storage
Troubleshooting
Barbecue Assembly
Maintenance
Barbecue Accessories
Warranty
Parts List: Barbecue Assembly
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It is important that you retain these instructions, proof of purchase as well as
other important documents about this product for future reference.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read the safety precautions of this booklet carefully before removing the
barbecue from its carton or connecting the barbecue to its gas supply. If you
are unsure about anything regarding your barbecue, please contact Everdure on
1300 766 066 before operating your appliance.
This Portable barbecue is intended for OUTDOOR USE ONLY. This appliance must NOT be used indoors.
For your safety and enjoyment, read all operating instructions before lighting.
Ensure that all gas connections are tight before operating this appliance (refer to leak testing procedure in this manual).
Always check for leaks when a gas cylinder is replaced or reconnected.
Unsupervised children or pets should not be near a barbecue while cooking or during warm up or cool down. Ensure
children or pets are kept a distance well away from the barbecue whilst it is in use. Ensure that young children do not play
with the appliance. This appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons.
Particular care must be taken when removing the fat tray and the disposable foil trays. Mishandling of hot oil and fats can
cause serious injury.
Turn gas valve/control knob and gas cylinder valve off after use. Do not allow build up of unburned gas.
Do not use this appliance for any purpose other than what it is intended for.
Do not move this barbecue while in use or directly after use, as accessible parts may be very hot. The barbecue should only
be lifted by the serverys at either side (the fold out servery bins should be either folded in or removed). Take care that undue
pressure will not be placed on the gas hose, or turn off the gas supply & remove the hose from the cylinder or gas source
(not at the barbecue). Take care that the fat tray & disposable foil tray are removed to minimise fat/oil spillage.
This barbecue has been designed to be used either on a raised bench or on the optional e2go Trolley Stand. When using a
raised surface (table etc.), ensure the surface is level, large enough and strong enough to support the barbecue and will
withstand temperatures of 60°C above ambient temperature. When using an E2go Trolley Stand, ensure that your barbecue
is in a level position and the barbecue is secured onto the trolley correctly.
People with flammable clothing such as nylon etc. should keep well away from the barbecue when it is operating.
Never leave the burner on high for more than 10 minutes unless actually cooking.
In case of fat fire turn cylinder off. Fat trays should be cleaned and checked before using the barbecue. Disposable foil
trays should be replaced before using the barbecue. Regular cleaning should reduce the build up of fat and food residues
which is combustible and can result in a fat fire. Fat fires can be prevented with diligence in cleaning your fat tray and
regular replacement of foil trays. Do not allow the foil tray to overflow. Damage as a result of fat fire is not covered by your
warranty and voids it. Do not use sand, fat absorbents or kitty litter in the fat tray or disposable foil tray.
Ensure that the product has adequate clearance from combustible materials. The appliance is designed so that heat will not
affect the trolley. All combustible materials must be kept more than 250mm from the sides and rear of the trolley and more
than 1500mm above the cooking surface of the barbecue.
If the burner makes a hissing sound when lit, it may be burning inside. Turn the burner off, allow to cool, and try ignition
again. Keep your barbecue protected against strong wind – if this cannot be avoided, always check that the burners remain
alight if operating the barbecue in windy conditions.
Do not carry out any servicing on the gas manifold of the barbecue yourself – this must only be done by authorised
technicians.
We recommend that you regularly maintain your barbecue and keep it in good condition. This can be achieved by following
the cleaning and maintenance suggestions in this booklet.
The barbecue (and portable trolley) is designed to be used with either 4kg or 9kg gas cylinders. When not using an optional
e2go Trolley Stand, the cylinder should be placed at a lower level to the barbecue, as far away as the hose will allow without
undue tension on the hose, in a protected spot (so it does not receive any fat splatter from cooking or can be accidently
knocked over). When using the e2go Trolley Stand, the gas cylinder should be placed in the dedicated cylinder mounting at
the bottom of the trolley, not beside the trolley.
This appliance is not suitable for mounting in a movable vehicle (boat, trailer etc).
Do not use or store this appliance in areas of high salt content (a marine environment) or an area with caustic fumes or
liquids (such as a domestic pool), as these chemicals can cause the appliance materials to deteriorate (and void the
warranty). Regular cleaning and covering with an Everdure barbecue cover can help can help to reduce this.
DO NOT
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OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE BEFORE READING THE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
PLACE ARTICLES ON OR AGAINST THIS APPLIANCE
STORE CHEMICALS OR FLAMMABLE MATERIALS OR SPRAY AEROSOLS NEAR THIS APPLIANCE
OPERATE THIS APPLIANCE INDOORS
ENCLOSE THIS APPLIANCE. THE MINIMUM CLEARANCE FOR THIS UNIT IS 1500mm ABOVE THE
COOKING SURFACE AND 250mm FROM ANY SIDE
LIGHT WITH HOOD DOWN
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APPLIANCE DETAILS
Gas Type:
Burner Pressure:
Injector Diameter:
Heat Input:
Note:
ULPG
2.75 kPa
Ø1.00 mm
12 MJ/ hr
N.G
1.0 kPa
Ø1.60 mm
12 MJ/ hr
The size of the injector diameter is stamped on one of the hexagon faces (e.g. ‘165’ for Ø1.65mm injector).
LENGTH (mm)
870*
888**
Barbecue only
Barbecue and Trolley
WIDTH (mm)
502
502
HEIGHT (mm)
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983
*NOTE: the length increases by 147mm per servery when the serverys are folded out fully. **NOTE: the length increases by
138mm per servery when the serverys are folded out fully.
Air is admitted at the underside of the combustion chamber (a 200mm x 20mm gap between the fat tray and
the chamber through an oval hole 65mm x 45mm in size). Air is also admitted around the burner (3cm²) on
the right hand side & at the viewing/manual ignition hole (radius 8mm) on the left hand side. Exhaust gases are
emitted around the edge of the hot plate (5mm gap) and through a slot in the rear of the hood.
GAS CONNECTIONS
LOCAL AUTHORITY REQUIREMENTS
Check Gas Type and specifications plate on the inside of the left-hand side trolley door. All gas fitting work,
service and repairs can only be performed by an authorized person in accordance with AS5601 / AG601 and
local gas regulations.
NATURAL GAS
E2go barbecues can be converted to use natural gas ONLY with an e2go NG conversion kit. Fit the NG
manifold (with valve), regulator and NG hose following the supplied instructions. Conversion of any barbecue
from ULPG to NG (or vice versa) must be done by a licensed gas fitter/technician. Please contact Everdure for
further information.
FOR ULPG CYLINDER CONNECTION
1. To achieve the optimum performance from your Everdure Barbecue, an approved gas cylinder (POL fitting) of
4kg or 9kg capacity must be used.
2. Do not connect gas to a barbecue that is not secured in an e2go trolley or on a stable raised surface. The
Cylinder must be placed in the centre of the trolley when a trolley is used. The cylinder should be lower than
the barbecue & in a protected place when not using a trolley.
3. Connect the cylinder to the barbecue, via the hose and regulator. Firmly tighten joints, but do not overtighten. Take care not to damage the regulator fitting. Check that the gas control knob/valve is in the Off
position before opening the gas cylinder.
NOTE: Only one gas cylinder should be stored in the trolley at any one time.
LEAK TESTING
1. Make sure the gas control knob is Off and turn the cylinder valve On.
2. Check for leaking joints by brushing with solution of half-liquid detergent and half water. If a leak is present,
bubbles will appear (or you may hear a hissing sound). Retightening connections can generally repair a
leaking joint. You must also check the gas hose and connection at the gas cylinder. If a leak cannot be
resolved, do not proceed.
DO NOT USE NAKED FLAME FOR LOCATING GAS LEAKS.
IF A LEAK PERSISTS CALL AN AUTHORISED GAS FITTER.
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OUTDOOR INSTALLATION GUIDE
This Appliance shall only be used in an above ground open-air situation with natural ventilation, without
stagnant areas, where gas leakage and products of combustion are rapidly dispersed by wind and natural
convection.
This appliance must not be used indoors. Do not use your barbecue in garages, porches, sheds or other
enclosed areas. The barbecue is not intended to be installed in or used on recreational vehicles (e.g. boats,
camping vans) and should not be placed close to or under any surfaces that will burn or are sensitive to heat.
Do not block/obstruct the flow of air and combustion around the barbecue housing while in use.
Any enclosure in which the appliance is used shall comply with one of the following:
• An enclosure with walls on all sides, but at least one permanent opening at ground level and no
overhead cover.
• Within a partial enclosure that includes an overhead cover and no more than two walls
• Within a partial enclosure that includes an overhead cover and more than two walls, the following shall
apply(i)
at least 25% of the total wall area is completely open: and
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at least 30% of the remaining wall area is open and unrestricted.
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In the case of balconies, at least 20% of the total of the side, back and front wall areas shall be and remain
open and unrestricted.
Both ends open
OUTDOOR AREA – EXAMPLE 2
OUTDOOR AREA – EXAMPLE 1
Open side at
least 25% of
total wall area
Open side at
least 25% of
total wall area
30% or more in total of the
remaining wall area is open and
unrestricted.
30% or more in total of the
remaining wall area is open and
unrestricted.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
A fairly protected location is desirable for pleasant and efficient cooking. Try to keep the barbecue sheltered
from strong winds as this will drastically reduce cooking efficiency. If this is unavoidable, position the length of
the barbecue to be parallel in the direction of the wind. Keep the barbecue level. Check frequently that the
burner remains alight when used in conditions of strong wind (through the viewing hole on the left hand side
of the chassis). Note: The hose should be passed through the wire ring at the rear of the right hand side to
minimise the chance of it touching a hot surface. Make sure the minimum distances of the barbecue to any
wall or combustible surface are met, and that when not using the trolley, the supporting surface can withstand
the heat. When using an optional e2go Trolley Stand, take care that the barbecue is locked in position & the
hose is not touching any hot surface. For more specific information (including set-up illustrations and
diagrams) and up to date cooking instructions, please visit the Everdure web site at www.everdure.com.
GAS TYPE AND CONSUMPTION
The barbecues are designed to operate on Universal LPG only (Propane and/or butane gas) and NG Gas (using
a conversion kit). Gas consumption, Pressure and Injector Orifice size are shown on the Data Plate found under
the right hand servery.
GAS CONTROL KNOB
The gas control knob locks in both the Off and High positions. By depressing the knob and turning anticlockwise, gas flow will gradually increase until the High position is reached. Continue turning in this direction
and gas flow will decrease until a simmer level is reached at Low. To turn gas flow off the gas control knob
must be turned clockwise from Low, depressed at High and turned until the Off position is reached.
HOT PLATE
The Teflon coated aluminium hot plate takes up the complete cooking area of the barbecue (do not replace
with any other cooking surface). NOTE: When cooking on Teflon coated surfaces, please ensure that metallic
or sharp objects are NOT used. Damage to plates and grills due to the use of metallic or sharp objects will
not be covered under warranty. It is recommended to use silicone cooking utensils as these are both hygienic
and withstand high temperatures. Any excess fat or liquid will flow to the centre fat collection channel and drip
through the barbecue into the fat tray and foil tray below the chassis.
FAT TRAY
Prior to use check that the fat tray is clean and lined with a disposable foil tray. Use only foil trays supplied for
the barbecue, as trays of an incorrect size or height could cause problems with aeration to the barbecue or
spilled fat and oils. Make sure the fat tray assembly is fully installed under the barbecue before operating the
appliance.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES MUST SAND, KITTY LITTER OR FAT ABSORBENTS BE USED IN THE FAT TRAY
OR FOIL TRAY. USE OF SUCH SUBSTANCES CAN VOID YOUR WARRANTY.
ROASTING
Roasting (or running with the hood down) should only be done with the gas valve/control knob set to low.
This is most important as severe overheating and spoilt food can result if this is exceeded.
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When finished, make sure burner control knob is turned OFF.
TURN OFF THE GAS SUPPLY AT THE CYLINDER.
After cooking and whilst the barbecue is still warm, remove scraps from the grill with a non-metallic
scraper.
Excess fat and meat scraps can be scraped off the inside of the chassis by removing the plate to gain
access.
WARNING: Some surfaces may still be hot – please use protective gloves.
Clean the fat tray and replace the aluminium foil tray after or before each use of the appliance.
Once the barbecue is cool close the hood and wipe off any fat splatter from the trolley with a clean rag.
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LIGHTING PROCEDURE
Read all operating instructions before lighting the appliance.
Open the hood before lighting.
Make sure the gas control knob is in the ‘Off’ position and open cylinder valve or
connect the natural gas supply (after NG conversion only).
Make sure the hot plate is in its correct position for cooking with a gap at the front.
LIGHTING THE BARBECUE USING THE BUILT IN IGNITION ON THE CONTROL KNOBS
The Everdure e2go barbecue has a rotary ignition system built into the gas valve, accessed by using the control
knob built into the right hand servery. To ignite the burner, push the control knob down and slowly rotate anti
clockwise. This starts releasing the gas into the burner. As the knob reaches the ignition symbol on the control
panel, a spark will ignite the gas in the burner. The knob can then be rotated the rest of the way to “HIGH” and
released, or adjusted to the appropriate temperature setting.
If the burner does not ignite, return the control knob to the “OFF” position and retry. If there is still no ignition
after 5 attempts, leave the barbecue off and retry again in 5 minutes time.
MANUAL IGNITION
A match holder is attached to the barbecue beneath the left hand servery. Turn on the gas and light the burner
via the viewing hole on the left hand side of the barbecue chassis with a lit match in the match holder.
For more detailed information on the operation of your appliance, log onto www.everdure.com.
CLEANING & STORAGE
EXTERNAL CLEANING
Before cleaning the barbecue exterior, ensure the appliance has cooled and is safe to touch. Painted and
plastic surfaces can be cleaned using a mild household detergent or cleaner and a clean cloth (do not use
scourers or harsh detergents). It is advisable to test cleaners on a small section of the appliance first. NEVER
use paint thinners or similar solvents for cleaning and NEVER pour cold water over hot surfaces. Dry the
surface afterwards.
INTERNAL CLEANING
Before cleaning the internal parts of your barbecue, ensure the appliance has cooled and is safe to touch. The
inside of the hood can be cleaned by using some water, mild detergent and a sponge or mild scouring pad.
The Teflon coated surface of the hot plate should be cleaned carefully so as not to scratch the surface as
above, preferably when the surface is still warm. For hard to clean areas, use a little baking soda on a wet
sponge. Note: Teflon will stain if food is burned into the surface. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
WARNING! The surfaces of the plates may be hot. Please ensure protective gloves are worn.
STORAGE
When the appliance is not in use, the cylinder valve must be turned OFF, the appliance and the cylinder
together must be stored outdoors in a well ventilated area. However it is permissible to store the appliance
(but not the cylinder) indoors. Ensure the hot plate is clean before storing away.
WARNING: STORE CYLINDER IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
When the gas cylinder is disconnected, replace the plug or cap on the valve outlet.
For extended storage it is suggested that the primary air port of the burners be covered against the penetration
of insects or vermin. Spiders and small insects can spin webs or nest in the burner rails/tubes, which could
lead to obstruction in the gas and air flow, resulting in a fire in an around the burner rails/tubes. This type of
fire is called a flash-back and can cause serious damage to your barbecue and create an unsafe operating
condition. To prevent this, regularly inspect and clean the burners. An Everdure barbecue cover can be
placed over the appliance for extra protection, and to reduce this.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Burner will not ignite when using the igniter:
Cylinder valve is not on
Turn cylinder valve on
Cylinder is empty
Replace with a full cylinder
Igniter is not sparking
Remove plate and visually check ignition box for a spark. Check that
the cables to ignition point, or from the valve to the chassis have not
broken or disconnected. Also check the alignment of the sparker. If
there is no spark, contact Everdure Service.
Clean injector with a toothbrush. Do not drill out or use wire. Do not
remove injector. Contact Everdure Service.
Injector is blocked
Burner flame is erratic:
Burner is blocked
Remove burner and check for obstruction
Flame is burning inside
burner (hissing sound)
Regulator is faulty
Turn off burner, allow to cool and re-ignite (page 7)
Injector is partially blocked
Clean injector with a toothbrush. Do not drill out or use wire. Do not
remove injector. Contact Everdure Service.
Contact Everdure Service.
Gas is leaking from connections:
Connections are loose
Hose has deteriorated
Gas valve is faulty
Threads are damaged
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Tighten loose connections (do not over-tighten) and leak test under
pressure with soapy water solution (page 4)
Contact Everdure Service.
Contact Everdure Service.
Contact Everdure Service.
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BARBECUE ASSEMBLY
The barbecue and hood comes pre-assembled in a single package, but a number of components need fitting
to their correct position. Only a medium size Philips screwdriver is needed. For pictures of parts see the parts
lists near the end of this booklet.
UNPACKING THE UNIT
Take the foam covered unit out of the carton, and place on a clean, flat surface. Carefully remove the foam
from each end and take off the protective plastic bag (take care not to kink or damage the hose). Take the
hood handle and fixings out. Open the hood and remove the plastic servery bins, the fat tray, foil tray & the
foam packing. Remove the plate and remove any packaging inside the chassis. Remove all plastic bags from
parts and replace the hot plate.
FITTING THE FOLDING SERVERY BINS
The folding servery bins can be fitted or removed,
depending on the circumstance. To fit, the bin is
held with the upper face to the barbecue at 90° to
the servery, with the hinges over the clips in the
serverys, and pushed down (to remove, use the
same position & pull the hinges out of the clips).
The bins can be folded on top of the serverys to
lift or store the unit, or folded out when in use.
The bins are opened by pulling on the clips at the
outer edges. These are meant for storage of up
to 3kg each & not for supporting, moving or
lifting the barbecue, or as work surfaces. Pushing
down too hard on them could break either the hinge or clips.
FITTING THE HOOD HANDLE
Open the hood of the barbecue. Place a fibre washer on the top of each hole
and fit the handle over the holes. Using a Philips screwdriver and the
supplied screws, screw through the hood and washer into the handle on both
sides. Hand tighten both screws so the handle does not wobble.
FAT TRAY & FOIL TRAY
Place a foil tray into the fat tray and slide the fat tray under the barbecue in
the frame at the bottom of the chassis. The fat tray frame
is clipped into the brackets at the bottom of the chassis.
PACKAGING
Remove all internal cartons and packaging from within the
barbecue/hood assembly. Remove all external packaging
and remove the appliance from the packaging base
before operation. Recycle as per your local government laws.
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MAINTENANCE
It is recommended that, at the commencement of each barbecue season, the following maintenance be
conducted.
BURNER
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Brush the outside of the burners with a stiff brush to remove rust and dirt.
GAS SUPPLY
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Inspect the gas supply hose for any deterioration and replace it if necessary.
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Test the gas circuit for leaks and remedy any found.
OPTIONAL E2GO TROLLEY STAND (IF SUPPLIED)
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Check all fasteners for tightness and re tighten where necessary to ensure rigidity of the structure.
2.
Wipe over barbecue trolley with a clean cloth. Add a little oil or grease to all moving parts.
3.
If connected to the barbecue, test the locking mechanism is still locked & the barbecue cannot be
dislodged by accident.
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BARBECUE HOOD
1. Wipe over the hood with a clean cloth.
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EVERDURE BARBECUE ACCESSORIES (OPTIONAL)
Everdure also offers a comprehensive range of essential barbecue accessories - everything that you need
to turn your barbecue into a complete outdoor cooking system and also to prolong the use of your
product. The optional e2go trolley stand is an ideal addition to the e2go barbecue – great for cooking,
storage and transport. Accessories such as a weatherproof cover and BBQ rotisserie are readily
available items. Visit www.everdure.com for regular product updates.
WARRANTY
IMPORTANT
Please keep your receipt, as this must be presented if making a claim under the terms of the Everdure
warranty.
All Service and Assembly Enquiries:
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1300 766 066
www.everdure.com
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PARTS LIST: E2GO BARBECUE ASSEMBLY
NOTE: The e2go trolley is an optional extra.
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Hood Handle
Hood
Temperature Indicator
Aluminium Hot Plate
Ignition Pin
Burner
Hood Shaft & Pin
Bracket Sets (A&B)
Servery
Servery Hinges
Servery Handle Left
Servery Handle Right
Control Knob
Control Knob Bezel
Foot Assembly (2 parts)
Fat Tray Support
Foil Tray
Fat Tray
Hose Bracket
Valve & Manifold
Hose & Regulator (LPG Only)
Barbecue Chassis
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORY: E2GO TROLLEY STAND
The e2go trolley stand is a must have accessory to complete the full portability experience. The stand is an
optional extra that functions as both a static stand and a mobile trolley for when you are on the go. Plus, it
folds in 5 quick steps so it’s truly hassle free.
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HEALTHY OUTDOOR COOKING
A division of Shriro Australia Pty Ltd
23-27 Chaplin Drive Lane Cove NSW 2066
1300 766 066
www.everdure.com
IM Ref: E2G13/2009/06
FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY
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