DeLonghi DELUX8BIS21NG Operating instructions

Warranty
2 Years Full Warranty
Thank you for purchasing this De'Longhi product. Your product is warranted against faults and manufacture
when used in normal use for the period of two years. In non domestic use De'Longhi limits the voluntary
warranty to 6 months.
We undertake to repair or replace your product at no charge if found to be defective due to a manufacturing
fault during the warranty period of two years. The warranty excludes damage caused by misuse, neglect,
shipping accident, incorrect installation, no fault found with the product or work carried out by anyone other
than an Authorised De'Longhi Service Representative.
PLEASE KEEP YOUR RECEIPT TO AUTHENTICATE YOUR WARRANTY.
De’Longhi Outdoor Cooking Centre
Model DELUX8BIS21/DELUX8BIS21NG
Customer Service & Spare Parts
If your Outdoor Cooking Centre needs part(s) replacement or repair part(s), please contact De'Longhi Customer Service
in your region. To ensure prompt and accurate service, please provide the following information when placing a repair
part order: model number, serial number, part name, part number, and quantity of parts needed.
Assembly and Operating Instructions
IMPORTANT: Keep this Owner's Manual for convenient referral and for part(s) replacement.
IMPORTANT: Use only factory authorized parts. The use of any part that is not factory authorized can be dangerous.
This will also void your warranty.
To talk to a De'Longhi representative for further information, please call the number in your region shown below.
De'Longhi Australia Pty Limited
P.O. Box 4156 Milperra BC,
NSW, AUSTRALIA 1891.
Phone: 1800 126 659
www.delonghi.com.au
De'Longhi New Zealand Limited
P.O. Box 58056 Greenmount,
Auckland, NEW ZEALAND.
Phone: 0508 200 300
www.delonghi.co.nz
For Outdoor Use Only
WARNING: Read this Owner's Manual carefully and be sure your Outdoor Cooking Centre has been properly
assembled, installed and maintained. Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious bodily injury
and/or property damage.
Technical Specifications
DO NOT use this Outdoor Cooking Centre indoors. This Outdoor Cooking Centre is intended for outdoor use
only and is not intended to be installed in or on recreational vehicles or boats.
Model: DELUX8BIS21
IMPORTANT NOTE: READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS PRIOR TO ASSEMBLY AND USE!
Burner Type
Gas Type: Universal LPG
REMOVE ALL TRANSIT PROTECTION FITTED TO THE OUTDOOR COOKING CENTRE BEFORE USE.
AGA Approval No.: 6960
Injector
(mm)
Test Point
Pressure (kPa)
Turndown Gas
Consumption
(Mj/h)
Nominal Gas
Consumption
(Mj/h)
Nuts and Bolts may become loose during transit, so for your own safety, thoroughly inspect every nut and bolt
and secure as necessary before using your new Outdoor Cooking Centre.
Main Burner (×6)
0.95
2.75
5.8
11.5
The instruction manual should be retained for future reference.
Smoker Burner (×1)
0.67
2.75
-
5.7
Rotisserie Burner (×1)
TOTAL
0.95
2.75
-
11.0
85.7
Table of Contents
Model: DELUX8BIS21NG
Burner Type
Gas Type: Natural Gas
AGA Approval No.: 6960
Injector
(mm)
Test Point
Pressure (kPa)
Turndown Gas
Consumption
(Mj/h)
Nominal Gas
Consumption
(Mj/h)
Main Burner (×6)
1.60
1.00
5.8
12.0
Smoker Burner (×1)
1.09
1.00
-
5.7
Rotisserie Burner (×1)
TOTAL
1.60
1.00
-
11.5
89.2
996.0mm
680.0mm
602.0mm
For Your Safety .................. .................... .................... ....................2
Warnings...... .................... .................... .................... ....................2
Use Outdoors Only........... .................... .................... ....................4
Exploded Drawing ............ .................... .................... ....................5
Parts List....... .................... .................... .................... ....................6
Installation Procedure ....... .................... .................... ....................7
Assembly Instruction......... .................... .................... ....................10
Checking for Gas Leaks ..... .................... .................... ....................12
Basic Grill Lighting Instructions .............. .................... ....................13
Smoker Burner Lighting Instructions ...... .................... ....................15
Rotisserie Assembly ........... .................... .................... ....................16
Using the Rotisserie & Infrared Back Burner ................ ....................17
Using The Smoker Drawer .................... .................... ....................18
Accessories... .................... .................... .................... ....................19
Troubleshooting................ .................... .................... ....................19
Cleaning and Maintenance ................... .................... ....................20
Cooking Instructions ........ .................... .................... ....................22
Technical Specifications ..... .................... .................... ....................23
Warranty ...... .................... .................... .................... ....................24
Customer Service & Spare Parts.............. .................... ....................24
Warnings
Gas inlet connection
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
2. Do not store an LPG cylinder not connected for use in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open lid.
4. If odour continues, immediately call your gas supplier or your fire department.
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110mm
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Cooking Instructions
Warnings cont’d
WARNING: Your Outdoor Cooking Centre will get very hot. Never lean over the cooking area during use. Do
not touch cooking surfaces, burner housing, hood or any other parts while the Outdoor Cooking Centre is in
operation, or until the Outdoor Cooking Centre has cooled down after use. Failure to comply with these
instructions may result in serious bodily injury.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in a fire or explosion that could cause serious bodily injury,
death, or property damage.
Burn-off
Before cooking on your Outdoor Cooking Centre for the first time, you will want to “burn off” the Outdoor
Cooking Centre to eliminate any odour or foreign matter. Follow the lighting instructions on Page 13 to ignite
the Burners, lower the hood, and operate on the HIGH setting for three to five minutes.
CAUTION: If the burners fail to light, turn the control knob to OFF, wait 5 minutes till the gas clears and try
again. Do not leave your Outdoor Cooking Centre unattended.
Preheating
To preheat, light your Outdoor Cooking Centre on HIGH, lower the Hood and follow this timetable:
• For high temperature cooking, preheat Burners for 5 to 10 minutes.
• For low temperature cooking, preheat Burners for 3 minutes.
• To slow cook, preheating is not necessary.
Cooking Temperatures
High setting: Only use this setting for fast warm-up, searing steaks or chops and for burning food residue off
the grill after cooking is complete. Never use the HIGH setting for extended cooking.
Medium to Low settings: Most recipes specify medium to low settings, including all smoking, rotisserie cooking
and for cooking lean cuts such as fish.
NOTE: Temperature settings will vary with the amount of wind and temperature outside your home.
Direct Cooking
The direct cooking method can be used with the supplied Solid Plate & Open Grills and food placed directly
over the lit grill Burners. Direct cooking requires the hood to be up. This method is ideal for searing and
whenever you want meat, poultry or fish to have an open-flame barbecued taste. Smoking is also best cooked
in this manner because it requires direct heat.
Indirect Cooking
The indirect cooking method can also be used with the
supplied Solid Plate & Open Grills. To cook indirectly, the food
should be placed on the left or right side of your Outdoor
Cooking Centre with the Burner lit on the opposite side. Or
place your food on the Secondary Cooking Rack mounted
inside your hood and light the outer grill Burners. Either way,
indirect cooking must be done with the Hood down.
Warming Rack/
Secondary
Cooking Rack
Coating your Solid Plate & Open Grills
Before and after each cookout, apply a thin layer of cooking oil, spray or vegetable shortening to each Solid
Plate & Open Grills. Be sure to coat the entire surface including edges. This will help prevent foods from
sticking to your Solid Plate & Open Grills.
Flare-ups
The fats and juices dripping from grilled food can cause flare-ups. Since flare-ups impart a favourably, distinctive
taste and colour to food cooked over an open flame, they should be accepted up to a point. Nevertheless,
uncontrolled flaring can result in a ruined meal.
WARNING: Do not line the bottom of the Burner housing with aluminum foil, sand or any substance that will
restrict the flow of grease into the Grease Spillage Tray.
Your Outdoor Cooking Centre will get very hot. Never lean over the cooking area while using your Outdoor
Cooking Centre. Do not touch cooking surfaces, grill housing, hood or any other parts while the Outdoor
Cooking Centre is in operation, or until the Outdoor Cooking Centre has cooled down after use.
Outdoor Cooking Centre Installation Codes
This Outdoor Cooking Centre must be installed in accordance with all local codes.
Correct LPG Cylinder Use
The Outdoor Cooking Centre is designed for use with up to a 9kg Liquid Propane Gas (LPG) cylinder, not
included with the Outdoor Cooking Centre. Never connect your Outdoor Cooking Centre to an LPG cylinder
that exceeds this capacity. The LPG cylinder to be used must be constructed and marked in accordance with the
Specifications for LPG cylinders of the Australian Standard AS2030. Consult your local gas dealer to obtain the
correct gas cylinder.
Proper Placement and Clearance of your Outdoor Cooking Centre
Never use your Outdoor Cooking Centre in a garage, porch, shed, breezeway or any other enclosed area. Your
Outdoor Cooking Centre is to be used outdoors only. Refer to page 7 for required clearances when installing
your Outdoor Cooking Centre in a built-in installation. Your Outdoor Cooking Centre should not be placed
under any surface that will burn. Do not obstruct the flow of ventilation air around the appliance.
GENERAL WARNINGS
The Outdoor Cooking Centre is not intended to be installed in or on recreational vehicles and/or boats.
· Never connect an unregulated LPG cylinder to your Outdoor Cooking Centre. The gas Regulator assembly
supplied with your Outdoor Cooking Centre is adjusted to have an outlet pressure of 2.75kPa for connection
to an LPG cylinder.
· Only use the Regulator and Hose Assembly supplied with your Outdoor Cooking Centre. Replacement
Regulators and Hose Assemblies must be those specified by manufacturer.
· Have your LPG cylinder filled by a reputable propane gas dealer; visually inspected at each filling.
· Have your propane gas dealer check the release valve after every filling to ensure that it remains free of
defects.
· Always keep LPG cylinders in an upright position.
· Do not store (or use) gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity of this Outdoor Cooking
Centre.
· An LPG cylinder that is not connected for use must NOT be stored inside the cabinet or in the vicinity of this or
any other gas appliance.
· Do not subject the LPG cylinder to excessive heat.
· Never store an LPG cylinder indoors. If you store your Outdoor Cooking Centre in the garage or other indoor
location, always disconnect the LPG cylinder first and store it safely outside.
· When your Outdoor Cooking Centre is not in use the gas must be turned off at the LPG cylinder valve.
· The Regulator and Hose Assembly must be inspected before each use of the Outdoor Cooking Centre. If there
is excess abrasion or wear, or if the hose is cut, it must be replaced prior to the Outdoor Cooking Centre being
used again.
· Keep the gas Regulator Hose away from hot surfaces and dripping grease.
· Avoid unnecessary twisting of hose. Visually inspect the Regulator and Hose prior to each use for cuts, cracks,
excessive wear or other damage. If the Hose appears damaged do not use the Outdoor Cooking Centre.
· Never light your Outdoor Cooking Centre with the Hood closed or before checking to insure the Burner Tubes
are fully seated over the gas valve nozzle.
· Never allow children to operate your Outdoor Cooking Centre. Do not allow children to play near the
Outdoor Cooking Centre.
· LPG cylinders must be stored outdoors out
· ALWAYS use an Open Grill over the Smoker burner on the right hand side of your Outdoor Cooking Centre.
·
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in a fire or explosion, which could cause serious bodily
injury, death, or property damage.
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Cleaning and Maintenance cont’d
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.
Cleaning the Burner Tubes and Burner Ports
Any outdoor 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. See Figure 1.
 Within a partial enclosure that includes an overhead cover and no more than two walls. See Figure 2 & 3.
 Within a partial enclosure that includes an overhead cover and more than two walls, the following shall apply:
- At least 25% of the total wall area is completely open; and
- At least 30% of the remaining wall area is open and unrestricted. See Figure 4 & 5.
 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.
The following diagrams provide a diagrammatic representation of outdoor areas. Rectangular areas have been
used in these figures - the same principles apply to any other shaped area.
To reduce the chance of “FLASH-BACK” the procedure below should be followed at least once a month in late
summer or early fall when spiders are most active or when your Outdoor Cooking Centre has not been used
for a period of time.
1. Turn all Control Knobs to the full OFF position.
2. Turn the LPG Cylinder Valve to the full OFF position (DELUX8BIS21 model). For Natural Gas
(DELUX8BIS21NG model), turn off the gas supply at the manual shut-off valve.
3. Remove the Solid Plate & Open Grills, Flame Tamers, and Grease Spillage Tray.
4. Remove the screws at the front and rear of each Burner using a Screwdriver.
5. Carefully lift each Burner up and away from the Gas Valve Nozzle.
6. Perform one of these three cleaning methods:
a) Bend a stiff wire, (a lightweight coat hanger works well) into a small hook as shown below. Run the hook
through the Burner Tube and inside the Burner several times to remove any debris.
b) Use a bottle brush with a flexible handle. Run the brush through the Burner Tube and inside the Burner
several times, removing any debris.
c) Use an air hose to force air through each Burner Tube. The forced air should pass debris or obstructions
through the Burner and out the ports.
Figure 1 - Enclosure with walls on all sides but
no overhead cover.
Figure 2 - Partial Enclosure with overhead cover and
no more than two walls.
Regardless of which Burner cleaning procedure you use, we recommend you also complete the following steps
to help prolong Burner life.
1. Use a brass wire brush to clean the entire outer surface of each Burner until free of food residue and dirt.
2. Clean any clogged ports with a stiff wire, such as an open paper clip.
Figure 3 - Partial Enclosure with overhead cover and
no more than two walls.
Figure 4 - Open side at least 25% of total wall area.
30 % or more in total of the remaining wall area is
open and unrestricted.
3. Inspect each Burner for damage (cracks or holes) and if such damage is found, order and install a new
Burner. After installation, check to insure that the Gas Valve Nozzle are correctly placed inside the ends of
the Burner Tubes. Also check the position of your Spark Electrode.
WARNING: The location of the Burner Tube with respect to the Nozzle is vital for safe operation. Check to
ensure the Orifice is inside of the Burner Tube before using your Outdoor Cooking Centre. See below. If the
Burner Tube does not fit over the Nozzle, lighting the Burner may cause explosion and/or fire.
Figure 5 - Open side at least 25% of total wall area. 30 percent
or more in total of the remaining wall area is open and unrestricted.
NOZZLE
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Exploded Drawing
Keep outdoor cooking gas appliance area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other
flammable vapours and liquids. As with all appliances, proper care and maintenance will keep your Outdoor
Cooking Centre in top operating condition and prolong its life. By following these cleaning procedures on a
timely basis, your Outdoor Cooking Centre will stay clean and work properly with minimum effort.
CAUTION: Be sure your Outdoor Cooking Centre is OFF and cool before cleaning.
Cleaning The Solid Plate & Open Grills
Before initial use and as needed, wash your Solid plate & Open grills with a mild detergent and rinse with hot
water. For stubborn food residue use a degreaser and fibre or brass cleaning brush.
Cleaning The Grease Spillage Tray
To reduce the chance of fire, the Grease Spillage Tray should be inspected before each use and if required,
cleaned before turning the Outdoor Cooking Centre on. Remove grease (a plastic spatula works well) and
wash Grease Spillage Tray with a mild soap and warm water solution.
Cleaning the Flame Tamers
To reduce the chance of flare-ups, Flame Tamers should be cleaned whenever food or grease drippings
accumulate. Brush off Flame Tamers with a fibre type brush and turn over to allow the Burner heat to burn off
any stubborn food residue. The Ceramic Flame Tamers work equally well on either side.
Annual Cleaning of The Outdoor Cooking Centre Interior
Use a fibre or brass cleaning brush to clean inside the Burner Housing, Solid Plate & Open Grills, Flame Tamers
and Grease Spillage Tray. Never use a wire brush or metal scraper on porcelain finished parts (Open Grills)
which can scratch or chip the porcelain finish and promote rusting.
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Turn all Control Knobs to the full OFF position.
Shut off gas supply to your Outdoor Cooking Centre.
Remove and clean the Flame Tamers, Solid Plate, Open Grills, and Grill Burners.
Cover each Gas Valve Nozzle with aluminum foil.
Brush the inside and bottom of the Outdoor Cooking Centre with a brass wire brush or fibre cleaning pad,
and wash with a mild soap and warm water solution. Rinse thoroughly and let dry.
Remove aluminum foil from Nozzles and check each Nozzle for obstruction.
Check each Spark Electrode, adjusting as needed. The space between the Spark Electrode Tip and Spark
Receiver should be approximately 5mm.
Replace the Burners and adjust the Gas Collector Box. The edge of the collector box should be overlapping
the Burner Port.
Replace Flame Tamers and the Solid Plate & Open Grills.
Reconnect the gas source and observe the Burner flame for correct operation.
Exterior Stainless Steel Surfaces:
Weathering and high heat can cause the stainless steel hood to turn tan in colour. This is not to be confused
with rust and is not a product defect. Machine oils used in the manufacturing process of stainless steel as well
as cooking oils and a dirty hood can also encourage discolouration if the hood is not cleaned prior to use.
1. Shut off gas supply at source and disconnect fuel line from LPG cylinder. Protect fuel line fitting.
2. Use a Stainless Steel Cleaner and soft cloth to remove residual adhesive and oils from the inside and outside
of the Hood. Never use abrasive cleaners or scrubbers. In addition to the initial cleaning, routine cleaning
to remove dirt, grease and oils will help discourage hood discolouration.
CAUTION: BEWARE OF FLASH-BACK
Spiders and small insects occasionally spin webs or make nests in the grill Burner Tubes during transit and
warehousing. These webs can lead to a gas flow obstruction, which could result in a fire in and around the
Burner Tubes. This type of fire is known as a “FLASH-BACK” and can cause serious damage to your Outdoor
Cooking Centre and create an unsafe operating condition for the user.
Although an obstructed Burner Tube is not the only cause of “FLASH-BACK”, you must clean the Burner Tubes
before assembling your Outdoor Cooking Centre, and at least once a month in late summer or early fall when
spiders are most active. Also perform this Burner Tube cleaning procedure if your Outdoor Cooking Centre has
not been used for an extended period of time.
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Record your Outdoor Cooking Centre serial number below for future reference.
SERIAL NUMBER ____________________________________
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Parts List
Accessories
WEATHERPROOF COVER
Part No. - DELUX6BISCOVER
DOUBLE SIZE STAINLESS STEEL
TEPPANYAKI PLATE*
Part No. - SSPLDELUX6DBL
10 PIECE BBQ TOOL SET
Part No. - OCCTOOLSET
SINGLE STAINLESS STEEL
TEPPANYAKI PLATE*
Part No. - SSPLATEDELUX6
STAINLESS STEEL WIRE RACKS
Part No. - SSWIREDELUX6
CERAMIC FLAME TAMERS - FULL
REPLACEMENT SET
Part No. - FTSETDELUX6 (9 pcs in set)
* WARNING - NEVER cover the entire cooking surface with solid plates. Always use an Open Grill over the
Smoker Burner on the right hand side of your Outdoor Cooking Centre.
For your Safety, DO NOT place solid plates over the entire cooking surface as it will cause overheating.
Troubleshooting
Problem:
Misalignment of Burner Tubes over Nozzles
Correction: Reposition Burner Tubes over Nozzles.
Problem:
Obstruction in gas line
Correction: Follow procedure on Page 14 to purge the line. If problem persists, please call De'Longhi
Customer Service for assistance on 1800 126 659 during business hours.
Problem:
Blocked Nozzle
Correction: Remove Burners by removing screws (the rear and the front of Burner) using a screwdriver.
Carefully lift each Burner up and away from Gas Valve Nozzle. Remove the Nozzle from Gas Valve
and gently clear any obstruction with a fine wire. Then reinstall all Nozzles, Burners, Screws and
cooking components. Perform LPG leak test at all connections as described on page 11.
If an obstruction is suspected in Gas Valves or Gas Valve Bracket, please call De'Longhi Customer
Service for assistance.
Problem:
Misalignment of Ignitor on Burner
Correction: Check for proper position of the Electrode Tip as shown on Page 8. The gap between the Spark
Electrode Tip and Spark Receiver should be approximately 5mm. Adjust if necessary. With the gas
supply closed and all Control Knobs set to OFF press the Electric Ignitor Cap and check for the
presence of a spark at the Electrode.
Problem:
Disconnected Ignition Wires
Correction: Inspect the Ignition Module found behind the Control Panel. Connect loose Ignitor wires to
junction box and try to light the Outdoor Cooking Centre.
* Can be purchased at local hardware store.
TOOLS REQUIRED (For assembly and adjustments)
- Adjustable Spanner.
- Phillips head screwdriver.
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Problem:
Weak ignition - AA battery
Correction: Unscrew the Ignitor Cap and replace the battery.
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Using the Rotisserie & Infrared Back Burner cont’d
Installation Procedure
Food Preparation
FIXED INSTALLATION
When preparing poultry, truss the birds tightly so that wings and drumsticks are close to the body of the bird.
The cavity of the bird may be stuffed prior to this. Pull the neck skin down and, using a small skewer, fix it to
the back of the bird. Push the rotisserie spit through lengthwise, catching the bird in the fork of the wishbone.
Centre the bird and tighten with the holding forks. It may also be necessary to wrap the food with butcher
string (never use plastic or nylon string) to secure any loose portions.
A rolled piece of meat requires the rotisserie skewer to be inserted through the centre of the length of meat,
then secured and balanced.
For meats that contain bones, it is best to secure the rotisserie skewer diagonally through the meaty sections.
If protruding bones or wings brown too quickly, cover with pieces of foil.
Clearances above the Cooking Surface
Allow a minimum clearance around the Outdoor Cooking Centre of 203mm from the left side, 152mm from
the right side, and 127mm from the rear above the cooking surface to any adjacent vertical non combustible
construction. If the rear wall of the construction is made from a combustible material, you must allow a
minimum clearance of 610mm to the rear of the BBQ. Do not place the grill under overhead, unprotected
combustible construction. Do not obstruct the flow of ventilation air around the Outdoor Cooking Centre.
Clearances below the Cooking Surface
Allow a minimum clearance around the Outdoor Cooking Centre of 10mm from the sides and 10mm from the
rear below the cooking surface to any adjacent non combustible construction.
Tips for Using The Back Burner
203mm**
For back burner lighting instructions refer to page 16.
108mm
152mm*
1118mm
The location of the back burner makes it more susceptible to winds that will decrease the performance of your
rotisserie cooking. For this reason you should not operate the back burner during windy weather conditions.
For best results, always rotisserie cook with the hood down and the Back Burner control knob set to HIGH.
DO NOT use the main grill burners when the Back Burner is in operation.
70mm
260mm
Using the Smoker Drawer
Below the
cooking surface
Preparing to Smoke Food
Smoking gives food a distinctive, delicious flavour. You will find a variety of wood chips or pellets available for
use in smoking grilled foods. Pre-soaking of wood chips may be required so read and follow the manufacturers
instructions for preparation of smoking chips prior to filling the smoker drawer.
min. 10mm Gap
min. 10mm Gap
* Minimum clearance needed for removal and replacement of Rotisserie Motor.
** Minimum clearance needed for removal and replacement of Skewer.
Using The Smoker Drawer
Start your Outdoor Cooking Centre and allow it to reach the desired cooking temperature for the food you are
grilling. Wear an insulated cooking glove and pull the smoker drawer out of the Outdoor Cooking Centre and
fill with your prepared smoking chips. Dried herbs and spices may also be added to produce different flavours.
Return the smoker drawer to the Outdoor Cooking Centre, light the Smoker Burner following the instructions
on Page 14, the heat will produce smoke and season the food.
755mm
Min. 127mm to non combustible surface
Min. 610mm to combustible surface
714mm
Tips for Smoking Food
You can reduce the strength of the smoke flavour by only smoking for half or three quarters of the cooking
time. The heat required for smoking is normally low to medium.
Foods naturally high in oils lend themselves well to smoking, while drier foods benefit from a marinade. You
can also rub the food with herbs, spices or flavoured oils. Many foods can be smoked to produce stunning
results with very little effort.
Here are a few suggestions for marinating food:
- Tuna steaks, marinated in Asian flavours of sesame oil, soy sauce and sherry.
- Pork fillets, rubbed with ginger, orange rind and brushed with maple syrup.
- Mussels, brushed with lemon rind and chilli oil.
- Lamb cutlets, marinated in virgin olive oil, lemon, oregano and black pepper. The same marinade can be used
for a whole leg or rack of lamb.
632mm
260mm
Here are a few suggestions for smoking food:
- Boneless chicken, chicken pieces, specially sliced chicken breasts smoked with Hickory.
- Fish fillets and assorted seafoods such as prawns, scallops and calamari smoked with Apple Wood.
- White & red meats such as beef, lamb, duck, and pork smoked with Hickory or Mesquite.
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Installation Procedure cont’d
Using the Rotisserie & Infrared Back Burner
Built-in Cutout Dimensions
BEFORE rotisserie cooking, you will need to remove the Solid Plate & Open Grills and possibly the Flame
Tamers from your Outdoor Cooking Centre. When rotisserie cooking, place a Cooking Pan under the food to
be cooked. This will capture the drippings and keep your Outdoor Cooking Centre clean of excess grease,
which could cause a fire. Use caution when moving a Cooking Pan containing hot oils.
WARNING: Contact your local municipality for any building codes regulating the installation of outdoor
barbecue appliances. Outdoor installations must conform to local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with
AS5601-2004 - Gas Installations. We recommend that the construction of the enclosure be carried out by a
professional trades person.
The Outdoor Cooking Centre must be placed onto a construction made from Non-combustible materials as
shown in the diagram below. The Outdoor Cooking Centre must sit on a solid base construction to support
the full weight of the unit and separate the combustion chamber from the LPG cylinder. The appliance must
not be installed under or on any combustible materials.
When using the Outdoor Cooking Centre with an LPG cylinder stored inside the non-combustible construction,
ensure enough room is left to allow the cylinder to stand in an upright position on a firm base.
Ventilation
Ventilation must be in accordance with AS5601-2004 - Gas Installations. In general, the Outdoor Cooking
Centre should have adequate ventilation for complete combustion of gas, proper flueing and to maintain
temperature of immediate surroundings within safe limits.
Gas vapour is highly explosive and can cause serious bodily injury or damage to property if allowed to
accumulate in a confined space and ignited.
min. 1040mm
Recommended placement
for Rotisserie Motor electrical
connection point.
NOTE: The bushing collar must always be used with this Rotisserie.
Using your Infrared Back Burner and Rotisserie
Your Outdoor Cooking Centre includes an Infrared Back Burner and a Rotisserie designed to slowly cook foods
that are moist and flavourful, because the turning food self bastes using infrared heat. The location of the Back
Burner allows the placement of a basting pan beneath the food to collect juices and drippings for basting and
gravy. To flavour the contents of the basting pan you may add herbs, onions, or other spices of your choice.
The Rotisserie Burner is Infrared, which provides intense radiant heat. This intense heat is magnificent for
searing in the natural juices and nutrients found in quality cuts of meat.
Rotisserie cooking is a slow cooking process and the maximum temperature you can expect to reach with the
hood closed is about 163°C to 177°C, depending on weather conditions.
To light the back burner, turn the control knob to the “HIGH” position, press and hold the Electric Igniter for 34 seconds to light the burner. If the Burner does not light, turn the control knob to “OFF”, wait 5 minutes for
the gas to clear, then retry.
Using your Lamp
Your Outdoor Cooking Centre includes a Lamp which is installed on the rotisserie motor. Plug the 3-prong
grounded plug into a mating 3-prong grounding type receptacle, then press the button for Lamp, the Lamp
will light. You can use the Lamp to observe your food when you are cooking at night.
If the Lamp is lit, the vents may be hot. For your safety, do not touch the vents or Rotisserie motor surfaces.
min. 695mm
Min.
76mm
262mm
Solid Base
construction
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
When using electrical appliances, basic safety precautions should always be used, including the following:
1. Always attach the assembled Rotisserie to your Outdoor Cooking Centre first, then plug the Cord into an
outlet. To disconnect, turn the Rotisserie “OFF” then remove the Plug from outlet.
2. Most Outdoor Cooking Centre surfaces and Rotisserie parts are hot during and after cooking, so use
reasonable care and wear protective mitts. Only manouevre the Rotisserie by its Handle.
3. To protect against electrical shock, do not immerse Electrical Cord, Plug or Motor in water or expose to
rain. Protect electrical cord from burners, hot grill surfaces and grease.
914mm
4. Do not operate the Rotisserie if the cord or plug becomes damaged, or if the Rotisserie malfunctions or has
been damaged in any manner.
5. Do not let children operate your Outdoor Cooking Centre or Rotisserie, and do not let children play nearby.
6. Unplug the Rotisserie from electrical outlet when not in use and before cleaning. Allow to cool before
adding or removing parts. When the Rotisserie is not in use, store it indoors in a dry place.
Small hole required in base
for gas inlet connection.
(Refer to drawing on page
22 for location of gas inlet).
Door for access to gas
connection point.
FOR INSTALLATION USING A LIQUID PROPANE GAS (LPG) CYLINDER
Note: When installing the appliance into the enclosure:
1. Place a block onto each side of the enclosure base to raise the height of the Outdoor Cooking Centre. With
the help of another person, slowly lower the appliance onto the blocks.
2. Feed the hose connection up through the small hole allocated in the base of the construction.
3. Secure the connection to the end of the inlet manifold and tighten with a spanner. Be careful not to overtighten the connection. Once joints are secure, follow instructions on Page 11 and 12 to fit an LPG cylinder
and check the connection for gas leaks.
4. Once you are sure there are no leaks in the gas system, with assistance, remove the blocks from the base of
the enclosure and slowly lower the Outdoor Cooking Centre into place.
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7. The use of accessory attachments is not recommended by the manufacturer and may cause injuries. Do
not use this Rotisserie for other than intended use.
8. When rotisserie cooking place a Cooking Pan under the food to be cooked. This will capture the drippings
and keep your Outdoor Cooking Centre clean of excess grease which could cause a fire. Use caution when
moving a Cooking Pan containing hot oils.
9. Never line the bottom of your burner housing with aluminum foil, sand or any grease absorbent
substance.
10. Should a grease fire occur, turn the burners and gas off and leave the hood CLOSED until the fire is out.
11. The rotisserie motor is set for 240V 50Hz AC current. A short power cord is provided to reduce the risk
resulting from becoming entangled in or tripping over a longer cord. Extension cords may be used if care is
exercised in their use. If an extension cord is used the marked electrical Rating should be at least as great as
the electrical rating of the appliance and suitable for outdoor use with a 3-wire grounding type cord. The
cord must be arranged so that it will be protected from burners, hot surfaces, grease and where it can be
pulled on by children or tripped over unintentionally.
12. The Outdoor Cooking Centre and rotisserie is for use outdoors only.
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Installation Procedure cont’d
1. Remove all components from the carton.
FOR INSTALLATION USING NATURAL GAS
2. Slide a Holding Fork onto each end of the Rotisserie Spit. Adjust spacing between Holding Fork to
accommodate your food, then tighten the Thumbscrews to keep the Holding Forks in position. Slide the
Bushing Collar onto the threaded end of the Spit. Do not tighten the Bushing Collar Thumbscrew until the
Rotisserie is placed into your Outdoor Cooking Centre. Slide the balance block onto the threaded end of the
Spit. Last, screw the Handle and balance block onto the threaded end of Rotisserie Spit as shown.
WARNING: Installing the Outdoor Cooking Centre for use with Natural Gas should only be done
by authorised persons and in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions, local
gas fitting regulations, municipal building codes, AS 5601-2004 - Gas Installations and any other
statutory regulations.
Additional Parts Supplied
- Natural Gas Injectors & bypass screws already fitted/set by the manufacturer.
- No longer than 300mm Stainless Steel Hose, 10mm I.D, ½” BSP Male to 3/8” SAE Female.
- NG Regulator Bromic Oara 98OL (AGA#5862).
1. Place a block onto each side of the enclosure base to raise the height of the Outdoor Cooking Centre. With
the help of another person, slowly lower the appliance onto the blocks.
2. Feed the end of the 300mm Stainless Steel hose with the 3/8” SAE fitting up through the small hole in the
base of the construction.
3. Secure the 3/8” SAE fitting to the inlet connection of the manifold and tighten with a spanner. Be careful
not to over-tighten and damage the connection.
Caution: The Stainless Steel hose should not be subjected to abrasion, kinking or permanent deformation
once fitted to the Outdoor Cooking Centre.
4. Apply an AGA approved thread sealant to the ½”BSP external thread of the hose fitting. Connect the ½”
BSP Male end of the Stainless Steel hose to one end of the regulator. Tighten the connection with a spanner.
5. The other end of the regulator should be connected to the main gas line with rigid pipe as specified in
AS5601 table 3.1. For positioning the rigid pipe, note that the flexible Stainless Steel hose will drop
approximately 200-300mm below the inlet connection.
6. Check the gas pressure at the test point as stated below and follow the instructions on Page 12 to perform
a Gas Leak Test on all gas connections.
7. Once you are sure there are no leaks in the gas system, with assistance, remove the blocks from the base of
the enclosure and slowly lower the Outdoor Cooking Centre into place.
3. Install the AC (alternating current) Rotisserie
Motor onto the Motor Bracket as shown right.
Be sure the Motor attaches to the Bracket with
the electrical cord down. This installation
ensures that once the Spit is inserted into the
Motor it will also rest securely into the slot of
your burner housing.
Note: If the hose or regulator becomes damaged, replace it with the same item by contacting customer service
& spare parts.
CHECKING THE GAS PRESSURE
4. Insert the assembled Rotisserie into the Motor as shown below. The Motor should be on the right side of
your Outdoor Cooking Centre and the Handle on the left side. Place the Bushing collar into the slot
opening on the left side of your burner housing, then tighten the Bushing Collar Thumbscrew. The Bushing
Collar will stabilize the Rotisserie during the cooking process and the Bushing collar allows the Rotisserie
Spit to turn smoothly. Plug the Rotisserie into an outlet and turn on to test.
1. Turn off the gas supply.
2. Connect the pressure gauge to the pressure test point. This can be done by either removing the test point
screw on the NG regulator or by removing one of the burners and measuring the test point pressure at the
injector. Follow instructions on Page 21 to remove the burner (if needed).
3. Once the gauge is in position, turn the gas supply on.
4. Ignite the burner furthest away from the gauge and turn the knob to the “HIGH” position. Check that the
reading measures 1.00kPa for Natural Gas. If not, adjust the regulator to obtain the stated pressure.
5. Once the pressure is set, switch off the burner, turn off the gas supply, and disconnect the pressure gauge.
6. Ensure the Outdoor Cooking Centre is returned to its normal operating state. Replace the screw in the NG
regulator, or replace the burner if it has been removed. Perform a gas leak check on all gas connections to
make sure there are no gas leaks at the test point or at any point in the connection to the inlet manifold.
Note to Installer
Before Leaving - Check all connections for gas leaks with soap and water. DO NOT use a naked flame for
detecting leaks. Ignite all burners both individually and concurrently to ensure correct operation of gas valves,
burners and ignition. Turn gas taps to low flame position and observe stability of the flame for each burner
individually and concurrently.
If the flame appears abnormal or fails to remain alight, you will need to adjust the by-pass setting. Remove the
six control knobs for the main burners. Place a small slotted jewellers/precision screwdriver through the shaft of
the gas valve. Turn the by-pass screw anti-clockwise until the burner stays alight and the flame appears normal
with very little or no yellow tipping.
When satisfied with the Outdoor Cooking Centre, please instruct the user on the correct method of operation.
In case the appliance fails to operate correctly after all checks have been carried out, refer to the authorised
service provider in your area.
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Assembly Instructions
Basic Grill Lighting Instructions cont’d
Battery Powered Ignition
WARNING
1. Unscrew the Ignitor Cap located on the Control Panel.
Should a “FLASH-BACK” fire occur in/or around the Burner Tubes, follow the instructions below. Failure to
comply with these instructions could result in a fire or explosion that could cause serious bodily injury, death,
or property damage.
2. Place the supplied AA battery into the Ignitor Slot. Be
sure to place the positive pole (marked + on the battery)
facing toward you.
- Shut off gas supply to the Outdoor Cooking Centre.
- Turn the Control Knobs to OFF position.
3. Screw the Ignitor Cap back onto the Control Panel
ensuring the Spring fits around the AA battery.
- Put out any flame with a fire extinguisher.
- Open hood.
- Once the Outdoor Cooking Centre has cooled down, clean the Burner Tubes and Burners according to the
cleaning instructions found on page 21 in this manual.
Electrode Check-Requires an Assistant
Smoker Burner Lighting Instructions
Before placing the cooking components into your
Outdoor Cooking Centre, ensure that the Spark
Electrode Tip is properly positioned within each Gas
Collector Box.
1. Follow steps 1 through 4 of the Basic Lighting Procedures.
2. Push and turn the Control Knob for Smoker Burner to ON.
The easiest way to ensure this is to perform the
following Electrode Check:
1. Be sure all Control Knobs are set to “OFF”. Open the
Hood.
2. Have an assistant stand to the right of the grill and
look down at the Gas Collector Box of the Main
Burners. NEVER put your face inside hood area.
3. Press Ignitor Cap and have assistant watch for a small
blue spark within each Gas Collector Box. If a spark is
present the Electrode Tips are properly positioned.
Look for spark
4. If no spark is seen, the Spark Gap shown in the
illustration below right needs to be adjusted as
follows:
3. Immediately press the Electric Ignitor for 3-4 seconds to light the Burner.
Using an adjustable spanner, loosen the inside Nut
just until the Gas Collector Box can be manoeuvred
and turned upward. The gap between the Spark
Electrode Tip and Spark Receiver should be
approximately 5mm.
If the gap is wider than 5mm, use a pair of long nose
pliers and gently squeeze the Gas Collector Box until
the gap is correct. Return the Gas Collector Box to its
original horizontal position, secure the inside Nut
and try the Electrode Check again.
Preparing the Cooking Surface
4. If the Burner does not light, turn the Control Knob to OFF, wait 5 minutes for gas to clear, then retry.
Important: Before cooking on your Outdoor Cooking Centre for the first time, wash the Solid Plate, Open Grills
and Warming Rack with warm, soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly. After cooking is completed, turn knobs
to HIGH setting for about three to five minutes to burn off excess grease or food residue.
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Basic Grill Lighting Instructions cont’d
Assembly Instructions cont’d
Manually Lighting Your Outdoor Cooking Centre
With a Match
Preparing the Cooking Surface (cont’d)
To light your Outdoor Cooking Centre with a match, insert
a match into the Match Holder and follow steps 1 through
4 of the Basic Lighting Procedures. Then, light the match
and place Match Holder through one of the Open Grill
openings. Turn the adjacent Main Burner Control Knob to
the HIGH setting to release gas. The Burner should light
immediately.
WARNING: Never lean over the cooking area while
lighting your Outdoor Cooking Centre. Keep your face and
body a safe distance (at least 460mm) from the Burners
when lighting your Outdoor Cooking Centre by match.
If the Outdoor Cooking Centre fails to light properly:
1. Turn gas off at source and turn the Control Knob to OFF.
Wait at least five minutes for gas to clear, then retry.
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REMOVE ALL TRANSIT PROTECTION FITTED TO THE OUTDOOR
COOKING CENTRE
1. Open the hood and remove the Solid Plate & Open Grills.
Remove the packing material and temporarily place the Grills &
Plate off to the side.
2. Ensure the Smoker Burner shield is screwed securely in place.
3. Carefully unpack the carton containing the Ceramic Flame
Tamers and place them in position on the Wire Racks. The
Ceramic Flame Tamers can be used either side up.
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4. Place the Solid Plate & Open Grills back onto the ledge above
the Flame Tamers in the positions shown.
WARNING: Always use an Open Grill over the Smoker Burner
on the right hand side of your Outdoor Cooking Centre. For
your safety DO NOT place solid plates over the entire cooking
surface as it will cause overheating.
5. Fit the Warming Rack on the Warming Rack Bracket.
2. Check gas supply and connections.
3. Repeat lighting procedure. If your Outdoor Cooking
Centre still fails to operate properly, turn the gas off at
source, turn the Control Knobs to OFF, then refer to the
Troubleshooting page.
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4. If the Outdoor Cooking Centre still does not light you may need to purge air from the gas line. This
procedure should be done every time a new LPG cylinder is connected to your Outdoor Cooking Centre.
To purge air from your gas line (When using LPG cylinder):
- Turn the Control Knobs to the OFF position.
- Turn off the gas at the Cylinder Valve.
- Disconnect Regulator from LPG cylinder.
- Let unit stand for 5 minutes.
- Reconnect Regulator to the LPG cylinder.
- Turn the Cylinder Valve on slowly until 1/4 to 1/2 open.
- Open the Hood.
- Push and turn the Control Knob for the Main Burner furthest away from the Fuel Source.
5. If all checks have been made and you still have questions about operating your Outdoor Cooking Centre,
call De'Longhi Customer Service on the number in your area provided on Page 24.
Choosing A Liquid Propane Gas (LPG) Cylinder (For DELUX8BIS21 model only)
The LPG cylinder to be used must be constructed and marked in accordance with the Specifications for LP-gas
Cylinders of the Australian Standard AS2030. Only use up to a 9kg max. cylinder equipped with a Type 21 POL
fitting. The LPG cylinder must include a collar to protect the cylinder valve.
Consult your local gas dealer to obtain the correct LPG cylinder.
If the appliance is not in use, the LPG cylinder must be disconnected.
The LPG cylinder must not be stored indoors. It must be stored outdoors in a well ventilated area, out of direct
sunlight, sheltered from the rain, away from dangerous goods and out of the reach of children. It may be
stored in outdoor enclosures as defined on page 4.
Your LPG cylinder must never be stored where temperatures can reach over 50ºC.
Recognising Abnormal Operation
Disconnect the LPG cylinder from the regulator valve when the Outdoor Cooking Centre is not in use. DO
NOT obstruct the flow of combustion air and ventilation air to the Outdoor Cooking Centre.
Any of the following are considered to be abnormal operation and may require servicing:
DO NOT store spare LPG cylinders within, under or near this Outdoor Cooking Centre.
- Yellow tipping of the burner flame.
A fire causing deaths or serious injury may occur if the above is not followed exactly.
- Sooting up of the grill plates.
ALWAYS close LPG cylinder valve after use of your Outdoor Cooking Centre.
- Burners not igniting properly.
Connecting A Liquid Propane Gas (LPG) Cylinder To Your Grill (For DELUX8BIS21 model only)
- Burners failing to remain alight.
1. Check the Cylinder Valve to ensure it has proper mating threads to fit the Regulator and Hose Assembly
provided.
- Burners extinguished by trolley door.
- Gas valves, which are difficult to turn.
USE ONLY THE REGULATOR PROVIDED.
In case the appliance fails to operate correctly, contact the De’Longhi authorised service representative in your area.
If a replacement is necessary, please call our customer service centre. The use of unauthorised parts can
create an unsafe condition and environment.
2. Make sure all Burner Valves are in the OFF position.
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Assembly Instructions cont’d
Basic Grill Lighting Instructions
3. Inspect the Valve connection port and Regulator Assembly. Look for
damage or debris. Remove any debris. Inspect Hose for damage.
Never use damaged or plugged equipment.
Basic Lighting Procedures
4. When connecting the Regulator and Hose Assembly to the Cylinder
Valve, hand tighten anti-clockwise to a full stop. Do Not use a
wrench to tighten because it could damage the fitting and result in
a hazardous condition.
1. Familiarise yourself with the safety guidelines at the front of this manual.
Tighten
2. Make sure all gas connections are securely tightened and you have performed the gas leak test described
on page 12.
Loosen
5. Open the Cylinder Valve fully (counterclockwise). Use a soapy water
solution to check all connections for leaks before attempting to light
your Outdoor Cooking Centre. See section “Checking for LPG
Leaks” below. If a leak is found, turn the Cylinder Valve off and do
not use your Outdoor Cooking Centre until the leak is repaired.
3. Open the Hood when lighting. Failure to do so during the lighting procedure could result in a fire or
explosion that could cause serious bodily injury, death, or property damage.
4. Set Control Knobs to OFF and open the gas supply valve slowly until ¼ to ½ open.
LPG installation shown
Disconnecting A Liquid Propane Gas (LPG) Cylinder From Your Outdoor Cooking Centre.
1. Turn the Burner Valves and LPG Cylinder Valve to the full OFF position. (Turn clockwise to close.)
2. Detach the Regulator and Hose Assembly from the LPG Cylinder Valve by turning the fitting counterclockwise.
WARNING: For storage and cylinder exchange, disconnect hose at the LPG cylinder. Do not disconnect hose
from the appliance.
Checking for Gas Leaks
5. Push and turn either of the Control Knobs marked with the ignition symbol “
” for Main Burner to HIGH.
Your Outdoor Cooking Centre has been checked at all factory connections for leaks. Recheck all connections, as
movement in shipping can loosen connections. Check for leaks even if your unit was assembled for you at the store.
Never test for leaks with a flame. Prior to first use, and at the beginning of each season, or every time your LPG
cylinder is changed, you must check for gas leaks, follow these four steps:
1. Make a soap solution by mixing one part liquid detergent and one part water.
2. Turn the Control Knobs to the full OFF position, then turn the gas ON at source.
3. Apply the soap solution to all gas connections. If bubbles appear in the soap solution the connections are
not properly sealed, check each fitting and tighten or repair as necessary.
4. If you have a gas leak that you cannot repair, turn off the gas at the source, disconnect fuel line from your
Outdoor Cooking Centre and call the manufacturer or your gas supplier for repair assistance.
WARNING
A strong gas smell, or the hissing sound of gas indicates a serious problem with your Outdoor Cooking Centre
or the LPG cylinder. Failure to immediately follow the steps listed below could result in a fire or explosion that
could cause serious bodily injury, death, or property damage.
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5.
6.
6. Immediately press the Igniter button for 3-4 seconds to light the Burner.
Shut off gas supply to your Outdoor Cooking Centre.
Turn the Control Knobs to OFF position.
Put out any flame with a Class B fire extinguisher.
Open hood.
Do not try to fix the problem yourself.
If odour continues or you have a fire you cannot extinguish, call your fire department.
Do not operate a telephone near the LPG cylinder because your telephone is an electrical device and could
create a spark resulting in fire and/or explosion.
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NOTE: The normal flow of gas through the Regulator and Hose Assembly can create a humming sound. A low
volume of sound is perfectly normal and will not interfere with operation of the Outdoor Cooking Centre. If
humming sound is loud and excessive you may need to purge the gas line. This purging procedure should be
done every time a new LPG cylinder is connected to your Outdoor Cooking Centre. For help call the De'Longhi
Customer Service.
8. Once the grill Burner is ignited, the adjacent Burner can be lit by simply turning its Control Knob to HIGH.
To talk to a De'Longhi representative for further information, please call the number in your region.
9. Adjust Control Knobs and watch Temperature Gauge to achieve your desired cooking temperature.
Australia: 1800 126 659
10. After use, turn all Control Knobs to the OFF position. Fully close the gas supply at the valve.
New Zealand: 0508 200 300
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7. If the Burner does not light, turn the Control Knob to OFF, wait 5 minutes for gas to clear, then retry.
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