Assembly and Operating Instructions for
Outback® Spectrum 2 Burner, Spectrum 3 Burner Flatbed Gas Barbecues
Photograph is not to scale.
Specifications subject to change
without prior notice.
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WARNING
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0359
For outdoor use only.
Read instructions before using the appliance. Failure to follow instructions could
result in death, serious bodily injury, and/or property loss.
Warning: accessible parts may be very hot. Keep young children away.
Do not move the appliance during use.
Turn off the gas supply at the gas bottle after use.
Any modification of the appliance, misuse, or failure to follow the instructions may be
dangerous and will invalidate your warranty. This does not affect your statutory rights.
Retain these instructions for future reference.
Leak test your barbecue annually. Check the hose connections are tight and leak test
each time you reconnect the gas bottle.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1.
Shut off gas to the appliance.
2.
Extinguish any open flame.
3.
Open barbecue lid or hood.
4.
If odour continues, discontinue use and
contact your local dealer.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
1.
2.
Do not store or use petrol or other flammable
vapours or liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
A gas bottle not connected for use shall not be
stored in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
A. Parts List
Quantities vary according to model purchased. Specifications subject to change without prior notice. For
more details on hardware, please see ‘Hardware Reference Diagram.’
CODE PART
QTY
A1
A2
A3
A4
Lid Handle
Flat Lid (Pre-Assembled to Body)
L/H Lid Handle Bracket
R/H Lid Handle Bracket
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1
1
1
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
Body (see Part A2: Flat Lid)
Burner
Control Panel
Knob
Drip Tray
Drip Tray Handle
Drip Tray Left Bracket
Drip Tray Right Bracket
Large Cooking Grill
Small Cooking Grill
Small Cooking Griddle
Flame Tamer
Hose and Regulator
Warming Rack
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TROLLEY
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
Side Shelf
Front Left Leg
Rear Left Leg
Front Right Leg
Rear Right Leg
Screen
Leg Endcap
Wheel
Hubcap
Axle
Trolley Base
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
HARDWARE
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
M5x10 Bolt
M5x15 Bolt
Ø5 Washer
M5 Nut
M6x25 Bolt
M6x145 Bolt
Ø6 Spacer
Axle Washer
Locknut
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4
4
4
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8
2
2
LID
BODY
Outback® Spectrum Outback® Spectrum
2 Burner Flatbed
3 Burner Flatbed
2
3
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
Pre-Assembled Component
Quantity varies according to model purchased
Appearance, size, and construction may differ according to model purchased
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B. Parts Diagrams
Quantities vary according to model purchased. Specifications subject to change without prior notice. For
more details on hardware, please see ‘Hardware Reference Diagram.’
B9
B10
B11
B14
B12
A1
A3
A4
A2
B1
B2
B4
B3
B6
B7
B8
B13
B5
C3
C2
C5
C4
C1
C6
C7
C11
C8
D9
C10
C9
D8
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C. Hardware Reference Diagram
Specifications subject to change without prior notice.
D2,D3,D4
D6,D7
D5
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D. Assembly
TOOLS NEEDED FOR ASSEMBLY:
Medium size flat blade or Phillips/crosspoint screwdriver, adjustable spanner or metric spanner set.
The assembly of this barbecue requires 2 people.
Whilst every care is taken in the manufacture of this product, care must be taken during assembly in case
sharp edges are present.
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D5
C11
C2
C4
C3
C5
(Photo depicts trolley
from the reverse side)
Attach the legs (C2,C3,C4,C5) to the trolley base (C11) using the M6x25 bolts (D5).
Take care to fix the legs with Velcro attached as shown in the illustration.
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D8
C10
C9
D9
C8
Slide the axle (C10) through the corresponding holes in the short legs. Place a washer
(D8) on each end of the axle. Slide the wheels (C8) over each end of the axle. Secure
the wheels into place with the locknuts (D9). Snap the hubcaps (C9) into the wheels.
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C1
D5
Attach the side shelves (C1) to the front/rear left legs (C2,C3) and front/rear right legs
(C4,C5) using the M6x25 bolts (D5).
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B9
B10
B11
B12
Remove all cooking components, flame tamer, drip tray, and any internal packaging
from the barbecue body.
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5
B1
B1
Lay the assembled trolley on its side. Lay the body (B1) on its back and slide into position
between the trolley legs. Warning: Care must be taken to ensure lid does not fall open
unexpectedly.
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D6
D7
With the barbecue laid on the ground, insert a M6x145 bolt (D6) through the short leg,
through a spacer (D7), and secure the bolt into the sidewall of the body. repeat the
process for all the legs until the body is completely fixed to the trolley.
NOTE: When positioning the body of the barbecue, ensure the control panel is on the
same side as the legs with Velcro fastenings.
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B9
B10
B11
B12
Remove the plastic wrap from the flame tamer (B12) and lay them carefully into the body
ensuring they lie level within the body. Lay the cooking grill(s) (B9, B10)and griddle (B11) into
place.
2 burner model configuration: Left — Large Cooking Grill, flame tamer, Right — Small
Cooking Grill, flame tamer;
3 burner model configuration: Left — Large Cooking Grill, flame tamer, Middle — Small
Cooking Grill, flame tamer, Right — Small Griddle Plate.
NOTE: Ensure that the flame tamer lies directly underneath the grills.
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D2
D3
Attach drip tray right bracket (B8) to barbecue body using M5x15 bolts (D2), washers
(D3) and M5 nuts (D4) as shown. Repeat above process for drip tray left bracket (B7).
NOTE: Ensure that the tabs of the brakets which stop the drip tray are located at
the back of the barbecue.
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D1
B6
B5
B5
Remove M5x10 bolts (D1) from drip tray handle (B6). Attach the drip tray handle
onto drip tray (B5) using the bolts. Slide the drip tray underneath barbecue body
from rear.
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Attach the warming rack (B14) to the flat lid as shown.
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C6
(Rear view of the barbecue trolley.)
Attach the screen (C6) to the front left/right legs as shown.
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Connect the gas hose and regulator (B13) to
the barbecue body. Ensure the mating faces
of the connection are clean and not damaged.
Do not use any sealing tape, paste or liquid on
the joint. The nut must be tightened with a
spanner. Do not use force which may damage
the assembly.
Leak Test Diagram
ALL JOINTS AND CONNECTIONS
MUST NOW BE LEAK TESTED
BEFORE USING THE BBQ. FOR
DETAILS
OF
LEAK
TESTING,
PLEASE REFER TO INSTRUCTIONS
ON PAGE 12.
ASSEMBLY IS NOW COMPLETE.
PROCEED TO THE NEXT PAGE FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE.
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also approved for use in other countries as
listed on the control panel and in the Technical
Specifications included in the barbecue
manual. If the barbecue is intended to be used
outside of the UK, the consumer MUST seek
advice from the local qualified gas supplier as
to the suitability of the barbecue and with
regards to the correct hose and regulator that
they should be using.
E. Important Information
Please read these instructions carefully
before assembly and use.
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Retain these instructions for future
reference.
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For outdoors use only – do not use indoors.
Do not use below ground level.
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For use with LPG bottled gas only. A fixed
pressure regulator of 28-30mbar must be
used for butane or 37mbar for propane. The
use of an adjustable regulator is dangerous
and must never be used with this barbeque.
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LPG bottles should not be stored indoors.
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Remove plastic wrap from any part before
lighting.
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Do not use within 1m of any flammable
structure or surface.
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LP gas cylinders should not be placed
directly underneath the barbecue.
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LP gas cylinders must not be stored or used
in the horizontal position. A leak would be
very serious and liquid could enter the gas
line.
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Open the barbecue lid before lighting. The
barbecue should never be lit or used while
the lid is closed.
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Do not move the barbecue while alight.
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This barbecue must not be left unattended
when lit.
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Parts of this barbecue become very hot –
care must be taken when children, elderly
people, and animals are present.
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Always turn off the gas bottle when the
barbecue is not in use.
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Never cover a barbecue until it has
completely cooled.
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Leak test the barbecue annually. Check that
the hose connection to the barbecue is tight
and leak test whenever the gas bottle is
reconnected.
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Do not store flammable materials near this
barbecue.
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Do not use aerosols near this barbecue.
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Failure to follow the manual’s instructions
could result in serious injury or damage.
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If you have any queries regarding these
instructions, contact your local dealer.
This barbecue can use either propane or
butane LPG bottled gas. Propane bottles,
normally red coloured, will supply gas all year
round, even on cold winter days. A spanner
may be required to change gas bottles. Butane
bottles, normally blue, will supply sufficient gas
in summer, but performance of the barbecue
may be affected once the gas temperature
starts to fall below +10°C. The bottle should
never be stood on the trolley base and placed
directly under the barbecue. Gas bottles should
never be stored or used laid on their side.
Never store gas bottles indoors.
For optimal performance, we suggest the
following:
Model
Butane Minimum Propane Minimum
Bottle Size
Bottle Size
Outback®
Spectrum
2 Burner
15kg
6kg
Outback®
Spectrum
3 Burner
15kg**
10kg
Suitable regulators for butane must have an
outlet pressure of 28-30mbar. For propane, the
regulator must have an outlet pressure of
37mbar. YOU MUST HAVE THE PROPER
REGULATOR AND BOTTLE IN ORDER FOR
THE BARBECUE TO OPERATE SAFELY AND
EFFICIENTLY. USE OF AN INCORRECT OR
FAULTY REGULATOR IS DANGEROUS AND
WILL INVALIDATE ANY WARRANTY. If in
doubt, please consult your gas dealer/
distributor.
G. Installation
G1. Selecting a Location
This barbecue is for outdoor use only and
should be placed in a well-ventilated area.
Take care to ensure that it is not placed
UNDER any combustible surface. The sides of
F. Gas and Regulator
This barbecue hose and regulator are
approved for use in the UK. The barbecue is
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the barbecue should NEVER be closer than 1
metre from any combustible surface. Keep this
barbecue away from any flammable materials!
H. Operation
H1. nWarnings
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Before proceeding, make certain that you
understand
the
IMPORTANT
INFORMATION section of this manual.
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This barbecue is not designed to be used
with more than 50% of the cooking area as
a solid plate. Full coverage of plates will
cause excessive build-up of heat and
damage the barbecue.
G2. Precautions
Do not obstruct any ventilation openings in the
barbecue body. Position the gas supply bottle
on level ground next to the barbecue and
safely away from any source of heat. Should
you need to change the gas bottle, confirm that
the barbecue is switched off, and that there are
no sources of ignition (cigarettes, open flame,
sparks, etc.) near before proceeding. Inspect
the gas hose to ensure it is free of any twisting
or tension. The hose should hang freely with no
bends, folds, or kinks that could obstruct free
flow of gas. Apart from the connection point, no
part of the hose should touch any hot barbecue
parts. Always inspect the hose for cuts, cracks,
or excessive wear before use. If the hose is
damaged, it must be replaced with hose
suitable for use with LPG and meet the national
standards for the country of use. The length of
the hose shall not exceed 1.5m. N.B.-The date
on U.K. orange hose is the date of
manufacture, not the expiry date.
H2. Preparation Before Cooking
Line the drip tray with aluminium foil and fill the
drip tray with dry sand. This will absorb excess
cooking fat and make cleaning easier. To
prevent foods from sticking to the porcelain,
please use a long handled brush to apply a
light coat of cooking or vegetable oil before
each barbecuing session.
H3. Lighting the Barbecue Using the
Integra-Spark Integrated Ignition System
• Open the roasting hood of your barbecue
before lighting.
• Open the gas control valve on the gas
bottle or regulator.
• Push the control knob of the burner you
wish to light and turn it anti-clockwise until
you feel resistance to the turning. Pause 4
seconds, then continue turning the control
knob until a click is heard and the burner is
lit. If burner does not light, turn off the gas
by pushing and holding in the control knob
in at the “High” position and turning to
“Off”. The lighting sequence can then be
repeated 4-5 times until the burner is lit.
Ignite any of the remaining burners in any
order, as needed. Confirm each burner is
alight before igniting another burner. If any
burner fails to ignite after following above
procedure, turn all the knobs to the off
position. Close the gas valve on the gas
bottle. Wait five minutes. Reattempt all of
the above steps. If the barbecue still fails
to light, please refer to the manual ignition
instructions below.
• After ignition, turn the burners to the high
position for 3-5 minutes in order to pre heat
the barbecue. This should be done before
each cooking session. When pre heating is
complete, cooking can begin, taking extra
care if burners are left in the high position.
G3. Fixing the Regulator to the Gas Bottle
Confirm all barbecue control knobs are in the
off position. Connect the regulator to the gas
bottle according to your regulator and bottle
dealer’s instructions.
G4. Leak Testing (To be performed in a
well-ventilated area.)
Confirm all control knobs are in the off position.
Detach the barbecue control panel located
across the front of the barbecue body by
pulling off the control knobs and removing the
control panel retaining screws. Open the gas
control valve on the bottle or regulator. Check
for leaks by brushing a solution of ½ water and
½ soap over all gas system joints, including all
valve connections, hose connections and
regulator connections. NEVER USE AN OPEN
FLAME to test for leaks at anytime. If bubbles
form over any of the joints, there is a leak. Turn
off the gas supply and retighten all joints.
Repeat test. If bubbles form again, do not use
the barbecue. Please contact your local dealer
for assistance. Leak test the barbecue
annually. Check that the hose connection to
the barbecue is tight and leak test whenever
the gas bottle is reconnected.
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H4. Manual lighting instructions
• Insert lit match through the leftmost matchlighting hole on the underside of the control
panel and place near leftmost burner
porthole.
• Push and turn the leftmost control knob
anti-clockwise to the high position.
• When the left burner is lit, turn the
remaining burners on from left to right.
• Confirm that each burner is alight before
turning on the next burner.
• If leftmost burner fails to light, contact your
local dealer for assistance.
• After lighting, turn the burners to the high
position for 3-5 minutes in order to pre heat
the barbecue. This should be done before
each cooking session. When pre heating is
complete, cooking can begin, taking extra
care if burners are left in the high position.
onto the lid and down the back of the
barbecue.
H8. Flare-Up Control
Flare-ups occur when meat is barbecued, and
its fat and juices fall upon the hot flame tamers.
Smoke helps give food its barbecued flavour,
but avoid excessive flare-up to prevent food
being burned. To control flare-up, it is
advisable to trim away excess fat from meat
and poultry before grilling. To reduce flare-ups,
the burners should be turned down to the low
setting. Flare–ups can be extinguished by
applying baking soda or salt directly onto the
flame tamers. Always protect your hands when
handling anything near the cooking surface of
the barbecue. Flare-ups occur more at the start
of cooking, particularly with processed meat
products, and it may be necessary to turn the
burners down to their lowest setting to start
with and then turning up at a later stage in the
cooking process. The barbecue should also not
be overloaded. Some parts of the cooking area
are hotter than others. The hottest areas will be
above the burners which will be where the flare
ups will normally start. By leaving free space
you can simply move the food away from the
flare up to a cooler area until the flare up has
subsided.
H5. Grill Cooking
The burners heat the flame tamers beneath the
grill that, in turn, heats the food. The natural
juices produced during cooking fall onto the
flame tamers and vaporise to form smoke. The
smoke then rises and ‘bastes’ the food, giving it
that unique barbecued flavour.
Do not attempt to cook with the lid closed. This
will result in severe damage to your barbecue.
Ensure all burners are turned off and the
barbecue has cooled down before closing the
lid.
If a fat fire should occur in the drip tray, turn all
knobs to the off position, turn off the gas at the
bottle, and wait for the fire to go out. Do not pull
out the drip tray or douse with water.
H6. Griddle Plate Cooking
The burners heat the griddle plate directly,
which then cooks the food on contact. Plates
allow for the cooking of smaller items, such as
seafood, which could fall through the spaces of
a grill. They are also suitable for cooking items
that require high-temperature/short-duration
cooking, such as vegetables and smaller cuts
of fish. Similarly, it can be used in exactly the
same way as a griddle in the kitchen, for
searing
steaks,
cooking
eggs,
etc.
Alternatively, it can be used for heating pans or
keeping food warm.
H9. End of Cooking Session
After each cooking session, turn the barbecue
burners to the “high” position and burn for 5
minutes. This procedure will burn off cooking
residue, thus making cleaning easier. Make
sure the hood or lid is open during this process.
H10. Turning Off Your Barbecue
When you have finished using your barbecue,
turn all the control valves fully clockwise to the
“Off” position. To do this, push and hold in the
control knob at the “High” position and turn to
“Off”. The gas must then be turned off at the
bottle.
H7. Warming Rack.
Warming racks are a convenient way to keep
cooked food warm or to warm items such as
bread rolls. Care should be taken to ensure
that any items placed on the warming rack are
cooked through and do not continue to cook
and drip fat or meat juices, which could drip
I. Care and Maintenance
Regularly clean your barbecue between uses
and especially after extended periods of
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and air mixture being restricted or blocked
which may result in a fire behind the control
panel causing serious damage to your
barbecue. If this happens, the gas should be
immediately turned off at the bottle. Burners
should be inspected and cleaned on a regular
basis in addition to the following conditions:
• Bringing the barbecue out of storage.
• One or more of the burners do not ignite.
• The burner flame pattern is significantly
yellow.
• The gas ignites behind the control panel.
storage. Ensure the barbecue and its
components are sufficiently cool before
cleaning. Do not leave the barbecue exposed
to outside weather conditions or stored in
damp, moist areas.
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Never douse the barbecue with water when
its surfaces are hot.
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Never handle hot parts with unprotected
hands.
In order to extend the life and maintain the
condition of your barbecue, we strongly
recommend that the unit be covered when left
outside for any length of time, especially during
the winter months. Heavy-duty Outback®
barbecue covers and other accessories are
available from your local Outback® stockist.
To clean a burner, remove it from the
barbecue. The outside of the burner can be
cleaned with a wire brush.
Clean the portholes with a pipe cleaner or
piece of wire. Take care not to enlarge the
portholes. Clean the insect screen on the end
of the venturi tube with a bristle brush (i.e. an
old toothbrush). Clean the venturi tube with a
pipe cleaner or piece of wire. You may need a
torch to see into the venturi tube to make sure
it is clear.
Even when your barbecue is covered for its
protection, it must be inspected on a regular
basis as damp or condensation can form which
may result in damage to the barbecue. It may
be necessary to dry the barbecue and the
inside of the cover. Any rust that is found that
does not come into contact with the food
should be treated with a rust inhibitor and
painted with barbecue paint or a heat resistant
paint. Wooden parts may also need to be
cleaned and re oiled. Chrome plated warming
racks etc. should be coated with cooking oil.
Turn the burner up on end and lightly tap
against a piece of wood to dislodge any debris
from inside.
I1. Cooking Surfaces
Enamel is a thin, glass based coating fused
onto metal and as such needs to be treated
with care Cooking oil, together with fat from
food being cooked can turn to carbon as a
result of heating and result in black flakes
coming away from the cooking surfaces. These
are not harmful. Porcelain should be cleaned
using hot soapy water or with the use a
suitable cleaning product following the
manufactures instructions. Due to the weight of
the grills and griddle, we do not recommend
cleaning in a dishwasher.
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I3. Flame Tamer
Remove any food residue from the flame tamer
surface with a plastic or wooden scraper or
brass wire brush. Do not use a steel scraper or
wire brush. Clean with hot soapy water and
rinse well.
I2. Burner Maintenance
Your burners have been preset for optimal
flame performance. You will normally see a
blue flame, possibly with a small yellow tip
when the burner is alight. If the flame pattern is
significantly yellow, this could be a problem
caused by grease from cooking blocking the
burner or spiders or other insects in the burner
venturi. This can result in the flow of the gas
I4. Drip Tray
After every use, check the drip tray for fat build
up in the sand. Discard any saturated sand and
replace it with fresh sand. Failure to carry out
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this procedure can result in a fat fire in the tray.
This can severely damage the barbecue and is
not covered by the warranty. If the barbecue is
being used for extended periods the burners
should be turned off and the drip tray checked
before the end of the cooking session.
damage to the barbecue. It may be necessary
to dry the barbecue and the inside of the cover
if used. Mould can grow under these conditions
and should be cleaned and treated if required.
Any rust that is found that does not come into
contact with the food should be treated with a
rust inhibitor and painted with barbecue paint
or a heat resistant paint. Wooden parts may
also need to be cleaned and re oiled. Chrome
plated warming racks etc. should be coated
with cooking oil. Wrap the burners in aluminium
foil to help prevent insects or other debris from
obstructing the burners.
I5. Barbecue Body
Regularly remove excess grease or fat from
the barbecue body with a soft plastic or
wooden scraper. It is not necessary to remove
all the grease from the body. If you need to
clean fully, use hot soapy water and a cloth, or
nylon-bristled brush only. Remove cooking
surfaces and burners before full cleaning. Do
not immerse the gas controls or manifold in
water. Check burner operation after carefully
refitting into body.
The gas bottle must be always be
disconnected from the barbecue and stored in
a well ventilated area at least 1 metre away
from any fixed ignition source. Do not store
inside residential accommodation. Never store
cylinders below ground level (e.g. cellars). Do
not let children tamper with bottles.
I6. LPG Hose
The LPG hose does not have a time-limited inservice life but it is essential that the hose and
end connections are regularly inspected and
replaced if showing signs of:
• Physical damage such as – cuts or
abrasion, cracking, stretching, flattening or
kinking;
• Environmental deterioration such as –
stiffening, cracking, de-lamination of outer
covering,
chemical
degradation
i.e.
softening of outer coating by contact with
oil;
• Hose service failure such as – blistering,
soft spots, rupture or corrosion or loosening
of the swaged fittings or worm drive clips
attaching the hose.
I7. Trolley
Your trolley is manufactured using a hardwood
suited to outdoor use, provided it is treated with
Teak oil or similar after assembly and on a
regular basis thereafter. Hardwood will
naturally weather and change its appearance.
It is quite natural for small cracks to appear on
the surface of the wood.
I8. Fixings
All screws and bolts, etc. should be checked
and tightened on a regular basis.
I9. Storage
Store your barbecue in a cool dry place. It must
be inspected on a regular basis as damp or
condensation can form which may result in
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J. Technical Specifications
CE
Approval
Heat
Input
Burners
Outback®
Spectrum
2 Burner
Flatbed
0359
359BR665
8.8
kW
2
Outback®
Spectrum
3 Burner
Flatbed
0359
359BR665
13.2
kW
3
Injector
Size
1.10mm
1.10mm
1.05mm
0.95mm
1.10mm
1.10mm
1.05mm
0.95mm
Gas /Pressure
Butane: 28-30 mbar
Propane: 37 mbar
LPG mixture: 30 mbar
LPG mixture: 37 mbar
LPG mixture: 50 mbar
Butane: 28-30 mbar
Propane: 37 mbar
LPG mixture: 30 mbar
LPG mixture: 37 mbar
LPG mixture: 50 mbar
Gas Consumption:
Spectrum 2 Burner Flatbed: 633g/hr
Spectrum 2 Burner Flatbed: 950g/hr
Countries of Use:
I3+ (28-30/37) BE, CH, CY, CZ, ES, FR, GB, GR, IE, IT, LT, LU, LV, PT,
SK, SI
I3B/P(30)
BE, CY, DK, EE, FI, FR, HU, IT, LT, NL, NO, SE, SI, SK,
RO, HR, TR, BG, IS, LU, MT
I3B/P(37)
PL
I3B/P(50)
AT, CH, DE, SK
Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
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K. Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Burners will not light
using the ignition system
LP gas bottle is empty
Replace with full bottle
Faulty regulator
Have regulator checked or replace
Obstructions in burners
Clean burners
Obstructions in gas jets or gas hose
Clean jets and gas hose
Electrode wire is loose or disconnected
on electrode or ignition unit
Reconnect wire
Electrode or wire is damaged
Change electrode and wire
Faulty integral ignitor
Change ignitor
LP gas bottle is empty
Replace with full bottle
Faulty regulator
Have regulator checked or replace
Obstructions in burners
Clean burners
Obstructions in gas jets or gas hose
Clean jets and gas hose
LP gas bottle too small
Use larger bottle
Obstructions in burners
Clean burners
Obstructions in gas jets or gas hose
Clean jets and gas hose
Windy conditions
Use BBQ in a more sheltered position
Burner will not light with
a match
Low flame or flashback
(fire in burner tube— a
hissing or roaring noise
may be heard)
Gas valve knob difficult to Integral ignition system jammed
turn
Gas valve jammed
Replace gas valve
Replace gas valve
For reference and correspondence,
record your serial number here.
(See sticker on side of barbecue body.)
Serial No.__________________
This number may be required when
ordering spare parts or accessories. A
part reference number may also be
required where applicable.
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OUTBACK UK LTD
LIMITED 10 YEAR WARRANTY
OUTBACK barbecues are warranted to the original purchaser against defects in materials and
workmanship. Porcelain coated barbecue bodies, porcelain coated roasting hoods and
stainless steel roasting hoods are warranted for a period of ten (10) years from the date of
purchase. Stainless steel burners are warranted for a period of two (2) years from the date of
purchase. OUTBACK UK will, within this period, supply replacements for defective parts free of
charge provided that:
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The product has not been used for trade, professional or hire purposes.
The product has not been subjected to misuse or neglect, including fat fires and flare ups
or use of a faulty or incorrect regulator.
The product has not sustained damage through foreign objects, substances or accidents.
The care and maintenance instructions given in your Outback manual have been followed.
This warranty is offered as an extra benefit and is in addition to the customers’ statutory rights.
Outback UK does not warranty in any way the gas cylinder.
If you have any queries regarding the assembly or use of your barbecue please contact
Outback UK
In the unlikely event that you experience
problems with this barbeque, please contact:
website: www.outbackbarbecues.com
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