SC5815
4 Burner BBQ
with Cabinet Trolley
PLEASE ENSURE YOU PROTECT YOUR
BBQ WHEN NOT IN USE BY USING A
QUALITY COVER
Please read
all instructions
thoroughly
before use
assembly &
operating
manual
Before using the
BBQ, remove any
packaging material
within and around
the BBQ supplied
for protection
during transit.
MAN01
CONTENTS
FEATURES & BENEFITS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION & SAFETY
SAFETY
DO`S AND DON`TS
INSTALLATION & ASSEMBLY
POSITIONING THE BARBECUE
PORTABLE GAS CYLINDERS
LEAK TEST
USING THE BARBECUE
MAINTAINING YOUR BARBECUE
TROUBLESHOOTING
CONNECTING NATURAL GAS
BBQ CARE INSTRUCTIONS
PARTS DIAGRAM
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
LIST OF SPARE PARTS
WARRANTY
CONTACT INFORMATION
For service and warranty queries, please go to the
Garth Support website: www.garthsupport.com
or call 1800 427 841
MAN02
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FEATURES & BENEFITS
THERMASTONE
Ceramic tiles provide even
heat distribution from the burners
below whilst absorbing the fat and
upside down and the burners
eliminate any leftover residue.
COOLTOUCH
Cooltouch hood brings
safety to your gas barbecue.
Our double insulated hood
reduces the outer roasting
hood temperature by up to
25%. This helps to reduce
burning if accidently touched.
High powered brass
wok burner
SUNFIRE
our ignition system is
integrated directly into the
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every time.
Enclosed cabinet
with gas bottle
storage and S/S
doors
SUPERSPARK
With our Superspark system
with each burner having the
capability to be independently lit.
BARBEQUE DIMENSIONS
NOMINAL HOURLY GAS CONSUMPTION
4 Burner
Hood & BBQ (4B)
Cabinet (4B)
Length
Width
Height
847 mm
607 mm
538 mm
1908 mm
486 mm
839 mm
Rear Burner
Wok Burner
TOTAL INPUT
TOTAL INPUT
TOTAL INPUT
ULPG: 60 Mj/hr
INJECTOR SIZE: 1.1 mm
PRESSURE: 2.75 kPa
ULPG: 9 Mj/hr
INJECTOR SIZE: 0.85 mm
PRESSURE: 2.75kPa
ULPG: 14 Mj/hr
INJECTOR SIZE: 1.05 mm
PRESSURE: 2.75 kPa
NATURAL GAS: 65 Mj/hr
INJECTOR SIZE: 1.85 mm
PRESSURE: 1.0 kPa
NATURAL GAS: 9 Mj/hr
INJECTOR SIZE: 1.4 mm
PRESSURE: 0.86 kPa
NATURAL GAS: 10.5 Mj/hr
INJECTOR SIZE: 1.5 mm
PRESSURE: 1.0 kPa
MAN03
SAFETY
How do I use a Propane (AUS) or LPG (NZ) Appliance
Safely?
The safety record for gas appliances in Australia and New
Zealand is excellent, and reflects both the high quality of
appliances sold as well as growing consumer awareness
about safe practice.
It is important that you READ THE MANUFACTURER'S
INSTRUCTIONS thoroughly. If you have any questions or
doubts, call the retailer or visit the Garth Support website.
www.garthsupport.com
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there is a leak:
Turn the cylinder off.
Ventilate the area to disperse gas.
Check all connections.
If the leak persists, keep the cylinder upright and take
outside if possible. Keep skin away from any gas or
liquid escaping from the cylinder.
· Keep the cylinder at least 20 metres away from any
sparks or ignition sources, including electrical
equipment, camera flashes, engines and motors.
· Disperse gas by encouraging maximum ventilation
and spraying with a fine water spray.
If there is a fire:
· If the fire is at the barbecue, turn the gas off at the
cylinder. Smother the flames with a wet cloth, fire
blanket or extinguish using a fire extinguisher.
· If the fire is at the cylinder, or you can not get to the
valve to turn the gas off, contact the fire brigade
immediately.
· Using a garden hose, direct the water to the middle
of the cylinder to keep it cool. Try not to extinguish
the flame. At least if the gas is burning, it won’t be
able to build up pressure and explode.
Setting Up The Drip Tray
· Line the primary drip tray with foil.
· Put a fat absorbent material NOT sand or kitty litter
in the small secondary drip tray.
· Ensure you regularly clean and replace the foil and
fat absorber.
· Fat fires from the result of an excessive build up of
grease and fats are NOT covered by Warranty.
A Note on Fire Prevention:
Most fires in outdoor barbecues are caused by a build
up of fats and greases. Regularly cleaning of your
barbecue is recommended. Refer to the Maintaining
Your Barbecue section in this booklet for further
information or visit the Garth Support website.
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Special Conditions
Special conditions that must be avoided include any
conditions that will affect optimum performance of
this appliance e.g. Marine environment.
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NEVER operate this barbecue without a regulator.
NEVER alter or modify the regulator or gas supply
assembly.
DO NOT connect your barbecue to an unregulated
gas cylinder.
DO NOT connect your gas barbecue to a gas
cylinder exceeding this capacity
TURN OFF the gas supply at the gas cylinder after
use.
DO NOT store empty or full spare gas cylinders
under or near this or any other appliance
Keep the gas hose away from hot surfaces and
protect from dripping grease. Avoid unnecessary
twisting of the hose. Visually inspect the hose prior
to each use for cracks, excessive wear or other
damage. Replace the hose if necessary.
NEVER test for gas leaks with a lit match or open
flame.
NEVER light the barbecue with the hood closed or
before checking the burner tubes are seated over
the gas valve orifices.
This barbecue must not be used indoors.
WARNING: Accessible parts may be very hot.
Keep young children away.
This appliance must be kept away from flammable
materials during use.
Ensure that the barbecue is on a level and stable
surface.
DO NOT move this barbecue during use.
Remove the drip tray before moving.
MAN05
DO`S
DON`TS
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Don’t install the barbecue closer than 430mm on
the sides or 430mm in the back to any combustible
surface or less than 1 meter beneath any overhead
combustible construction.
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Don’t attempt any adjustment of the regulator. It has
been preset and tested.
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Have propane (Aus)/LPG (NZ) cylinder (LP units)
filled by an authorised LPG supplier.
Check all gas line connections for leaks with a
soapy solution prior to lighting and tighten until
bubbles disappear.
Preheat the barbecue for 2 - 5 minutes before
cooking.
After cooking, turn knob to hi setting for 5
minutes to burn off excess grease deposits.
Then turn off gas at the knob and at the cylinder.
Turn the gas off promptly should you be unable
to light the barbecue immediately. Wait one
minute before attempting to light again.
Have proper tools, tongs, mittens and hot pads
ready prior to removing foods.
Trim excess fats from meats to minimize
flare-ups.
Let the barbecue cool before removing any
parts for cleaning.
Be careful of the control valve setting, hi - lo.
A lower setting may generally be preferred.
Minimum gas cylinder requirement is 9kg.
_Don’t allow the LPG cylinder to lie on its side. Keep it
in an upright position.
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Don’t turn a control knob on until a lighted match is
inserted in the lighting hole ready to light burner
(Manual ignition only).
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Don’t use plastics or untempered glass utensils on
the barbecue.
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Don’t wear long loose flowing clothing around the
barbecue. Long flowing hair is also easily ignited,
especially by unexpected flare-ups. Tie hair back
or wear a hat or scarf.
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Don’t put food on the barbecue and leave it
unattended or unwatched for long periods. Most fats
can catch fire even on the lower setting.
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Don't use caustic materials to clean barbecue parts.
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Don’t exceed temperature of 480°F or 250°C with
the hood closed.
Do not
replace the
grill with an extra
hotplate. You will
violate the gas approval
and your warranty will be
voided. The grill provides the
ventilation needed for the
barbecue to operate safely, it is not
designed to be a solid hotplate device.
WARNING!
MAN06
INSTALLATION & ASSEMBLY
It is important to read these instructions
thoroughly. If you have any problems, contact the
manufacturer or contact the retailer.
1.
The appliance must be installed in accordance with
these Instructions and Installation requirements of
the local Gas Authority and installation code
AS/NZS 5601.
2.
Before installing the barbecue, consider the location
of the gas supply and routing of the gas line. If
connecting to Natutal Gas (approved models only),
please refer to instructions on page 14. When
choosing a location for your barbecue, keep in mind
that it should not be located under any burnable
surface. All sides, including the back, should not be
any closer than 430 mm for a combustible surface.
A minimum clearance height of 1 meter is required
from any combustible surfaces overhead.
3.
A 3/8” SAE male thread is exposed for connection on
the right hand side.
4.
Propane (Aus)/LPG (NZ) gas systems with a self
contained gas supply should be connected as
follows: Connect regulator and flexible hose, using a
spanner, between the leg and the barbecue.
Take care not to over tighten the joints.
Never operate your barbecue without a regulator.
NOTE: The regulator thread that
connects to the cylinder is left hand.
5.
After connecting the gas supply, turn on the gas
ensuring all gas valves are in the OFF position and
check for leaks by brushing a soap and water
solution over all joints. The presence of bubbles
indicates a leak. Under no circumstances should
a naked flame be used to check for leaks. If a gas
odour is present and no leaks can be found, do not
use the barbecue and refer to place of purchase.
6.
Light each burner separately and inspect the flames.
They should be a soft blue colour, with an occasional
yellow tip. If the burner is noisy and the flames sharp
and bright blue, or conversely, is hazy with
considerable yellow, adjusting the screw on the side
of the burner will enable correction to be made.
Turning the screw clockwise will soften the flame,
anticlockwise will harden the flame and remove the
excessive yellow tipping. If the burner cannot be
adjusted to give the correct colour flame, excess
sooting occurs or the barbecue experiences lack of
heat, please clean burners as detailed under
Maintaining Your Barbecue. If this does not rectify the
problem please refer to place of purchase.
7.
If, after following the instructions, satisfactory
performance cannot be obtained, please refer to your
place of purchase.
8.
Seasoning the Cooking Surfaces
· Before using the BBQ for the first time, the cooking
surfaces should be washed with a mild soap and
water solution to remove any dust.
· Dry the cooking surfaces and then apply a light
coating of cooking oil.
· Light your barbecue for the first time and turn all
the burners to the LO position.
· Leave burners alight for 30 minutes for curing.
· Your barbecue is now seasoned and ready for
your first barbecue.
9.
Service
Other than general cleaning, servicing of this
barbecue must be carried out by an authorised
person.
NOTE: If your appliance fails to operates
successfully, please go to the
Garth Support
website: www.garthsupport.com
or call 1800427841 (Australia),
0800357050 (New Zealand)
for warranty assistance
MAN07
POSITIONING THE BARBECUE
This appliance should 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.
The following figures are diagrammatical
representaions of outdoor areas described.
Rectangular areas have been used in these figures the same principle applies to any other shaped area.
Any enclosure in which the appliance is used shall comply
with one of the following:
· An enclosure with walls on one side, 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 no 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.
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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.
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Minimum Distances from Combustible Material
The barbecue must not be installed under or on any
combustible material. Minimum clearance from any
combustible materials of ALL sides of the barbecue is
430mm and 1000mm overhead.
open side at least 25%
of total wall area
30% or more in total of the
remaining wall area is open
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BARBECUES MUST BE INSTALLED IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER'S
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS, LOCAL GAS
FITTING REGULATIONS, MUNICIPAL BUILDING
CODES AND THE GAS INSTALLATION CODE
AS/NZS 5601.
open side at least 25%
of total wall area
30% or more in total of the
reamaining wall area is open
and unresticted
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MAN08
PORTABLE GAS CYLINDERS
What is Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ)?
Propane and LPG are fuel gas compressed until it turns
to liquid, then stored in a bottle or cylinder under pressure
for easy transport.
The minimum size gas bottle to be used for this BBQ is 9 Kg.
How is it different from Natural Gas?
Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ) is similar to natural gas. It is
colorless, non-poisonous and does not pollute when
burnt. Appliances, like heaters or barbecues, that can
work on natural gas can often be converted to work on
Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ) and vice versa. There is one
important difference - Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ) is heavier
than air so if it escapes it does not float away. Instead
Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ) will collect and form in gas
pools at ground level or at the bottom of your appliance.
How do I connect the appliance to the gas cylinder?
There are three types of connection to Propane (AUS) /
LPG (NZ) cylinder. Some appliances require a hose and
regulator. The regulator is a device attached to the hose
to reduce the gas pressure.
The Dataplate on these appliances should indicate the
correct pressure – e.g. “Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ)
pressure, 2.75kPa.”
Other appliances simply require a hose. These deliver gas
at high pressure to the appliance. The dataplate on these
should read “Cylinder Pressure Only”.
Finally, some appliances are designed for direct connection
to a certain type of cylinder (e.g. Primus or Companion).
The data plate on these appliances should read
“Cylinder Pressure Only”.
IF THERE IS A GAS LEAK
1. Turn the gas cylinder off.
2.
Ventilate the area to disperse any accumulated gas.
3.
Check all connections.
4.
If the leak persists, keep the cylinder upright and
take to an open area.
5.
Keep skin away from any gas or liquid escaping
from the cylinder.
6.
Keep the cylinder at least 20 meters away from
any sparks or ignition sources including electrical
equipment, camera flash, engines or motors.
7.
Disperse gas by providing maximum ventilation
and spraying with a fine water spray.
How do I use the Gas Cylinder?
Most Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ) cylinders work basically
the same. There is a valve handle at the top, which you
turn to release the gas. This works the same as a water
tap, except that the gas is released at high pressure.
Portable appliances often have a short length of hose
which connects the gas bottle to the appliance.
A few simple rules here:
1. Store the cylinder safely
When you are not using your Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ)
cylinder, store it where is cannot be knocked around and
damaged. Store it away from direct heat and make sure
that the area is well ventilated in case of slow leaks
building up. Also, keep away from any other bottles of
compressed gases and if possible, use a cylinder
sealing plug to prevent leaks.
2. Always keep the cylinder upright.
3. Refilling
When the cylinder runs out of Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ),
please swap the empty gas bottle for a full one through
any gas exchange program.
4. Inspection
If you do not have a cylinder exchange program available
in your area and have your gas cylinders filled, have the
cylinder inspected EVERY 10 YEARS at an authorised
testing station. The date of every inspection is imprinted
onto the cylinder itself.
5. Repairs
Do not tamper with any fitting attached to any
Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ) gas cylinder. Have it taken
to the Manufacturer or an authorised testing station.
6. Keep protected from heat
Heat will increase the pressure inside the bottle due to
the Propane (AUS) / LPG (NZ) expanding. This could
cause the safety valve to open and allow gas to escape.
If the cylinder feels hot to the touch, keep the cylinder
shielded from the appliance.
7. Hose Inspection
Check the gas hose and fittings for deterioration once
a year or whenever replacing the gas cylinder. The
hose must be replaced if it is cracked, split, cut or
damaged.
Always turn off the gas supply at the
gas cylinder after use.
MAN09
LEAK TEST
Before lighting your barbecue it is important to carry out this simple test to check whether the gas cylinder, hose and
regulator are working / connected correctly.
NEVER TEST FOR GAS LEAKS USING A LIT MATCH OR OTHER NAKED FLAME
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USING THE BARBECUE
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Turn on the gas cylinder.
PREHEATING
Light the burners as previously directed and turn to
HI and allow the barbecue to preheat for 2 - 5 minutes.
2.
With the barbecue hood open, push in and turn
any gas knob in an anti-clockwise direction to the
HI position. If the burner does not light immediately,
turn the gas control knob to the OFF position and
wait one minute for any accumulated gas to clear
out of the grill.
PREPARE THE COOKING SURFACE
It is preferable to apply a light coat of cooking oil using
a long handed brush to the cooking grills prior to
lighting each time, the oil will keep food from sticking
to the cooking surface.
3.
The LO position is obtained by turning the knob
fully anti-clockwise.
4.
Adjusting the control knob to your heat requirements
can now control the flame.
USING THE JET FLAME IGNITION
USING THE HOOD WHEN COOKING
When using the barbecue with the hood closed, use
the two outside burners only and do not exceed 250°C.
Exceeding 250°C can damage the barbecue and void
your warranty.
FLARE-UP CONTROL
Anytime you cook meat above an open flame you will
have flare-ups which are caused when the natural juices
from the meat fall on the flame tamers (diffusers) below
the cooking plates.
Flare-ups, and the resulting smoke, are what give meat
cooked over an open flame that delicious outdoor flavour.
So expect and encourage some flare up.
However, excessive flaring can be caused by cooking
NOTE: It is important to ensure that all
control valves, including the gas cylinder, extra fatty or marinated foods directly on the grill plates,
by cooking with too high a temperature or by a build up
are turned off after use.
of fats and residue in the drip tray beneath the burners.
FOR MANUAL IGNITION
These types of flare-ups should be controlled, or your
1. Light a 90mm barbecue match or a lighting gun
food will burn.
and hold adjacent to the lighter hole at the right end
of the barbecue.
To prevent excessive flare-ups, trim off excess fat from
MANUAL
meat and poultry before placing on the grill, cook fatty or
IGNITION:
marinated meats on the barbecue plate and clean your
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drip tray regularly.
with a 40mm
match.
To control excessive flare-ups caused by too high a heat,
turn the control knob down to a lower setting.
Throw a small amount of baking soda or gently spray a
small amount of water (from a meat baster or spray bottle}
directly onto the flame tamers to put out excessive flaring.
2.
Turn the right hand gas control knob to the HI
position. The burner will light from the match.
3.
Once the right burner is lit, the burner next to it can
be turned on and will light off the lit burner. Repeat
till all burners are alight.
Each burner can be adjusted to provide a low setting by
turning the gas control knob to the LO position.
MAN11
MAINTAINING YOUR BARBECUE
CARING FOR THE BURNERS & INJECTORS 6.
To ensure continued satisfaction from your barbecue it
is essential to keep the burners and injectors clean.
Lift and swing out the burner from position as shown
below.
Under normal usage, your barbecue should be left
burning for five minutes after cooking has ceased. This
will burn off any excess fats, juices, etc.
Occasionally, after long cooking sessions, excess fats,
juices and marinades can clog the burners. Remove
the burners (see instructions below) and after brushing
with a barbecue brush, wash in hot water and detergent –
ensuring that all ports are free from detergent.
Rinse in water, shake of excess water and dry if possible.
Return to the barbecue and light immediately to remove
any remaining moisture.
Apply a light coasting of cooking oil should to the burners
if the barbecue is not to be used for an extended period.
REMOVING THE BURNERS
1. Make sure the barbecue has been switched off
and has completely cooled down if recently used.
2. Ensure all gas control knobs are set to the off
position and the gas cylinder has been turned off.
3. Lift the grill plate off the barbecue.
GRILL PLATE
7.
Simply reverse the previous procedure to reinstall
the burners, flame diffuser and grill plate.
CARING FOR THE GRILLS & HOTPLATES
After cooking, turn the control knobs to the HI setting for
five minutes to burn off any excess grease deposits.
Then turn off the gas at the control knob and at the
cylinder. Let the barbecue cool before removing any parts
for cleaning.
The grills and hotplates should be cleaned regularly
depending upon usage and types of food cooked (ie
sausages, fatty foods) to prevent a build up of fats and
greases.
Cast Iron cooking surfaces should require washing.
Simply heat the barbecue and use either a barbecue
brush or tool to scrape the surface clean.
A light brushing with cooking oil should be applied to the
grills and hotplates if the barbecue is not to be used for
an extended period.
4.
Lift the flame diffuser from position as shown below.
CLEANING THE BARBECUE
To ensure your barbecue is ready the next time you want
to use it, turn all burners OFF and take a long handed
brush and carefully brush off the cooking surfaces.
Remember to protect hands from the heat by using an
oven mitt to hold the brush.
The barbecue body should also be cleaned regularly
using hot water and detergent, depending upon usage to
prevent a build up of fats and greases.
5.
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Remove the circlip at the rear of the BBQ from the
burner as shown below.
Remember to dry thoroughly and cover the barbecue
securely with a weather proof cover.
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MAN13
CONNECTING NATURAL GAS
This barbecue model is approved for conversion from ULPG / Propane to
Natural Gas.
The following steps are required to complete the conversion:
1. Contact a registered Gas Fitter / Plumber to obtain a
quote for the conversion and to confim whether this
appliance will work efficiently with the current gas
supply to your household, in accordance with the
Installation Code AS/NZS 5601.
3. Upon completion of the conversion, the Gas Fitter /
Plumber is LEGALLY required to issue a Compliance
Certificate.
2. The Gas Fitter / Plumber will need to source the
necessary parts for the conversion.
(Note: Replacement jets can be ordered directly
from Garth with an official Purchase Order and by
quoting of the Gas Fitter / Plumber’s Registration
Number.)
5. Failure to comply with these requirements and
Installation Code AS/NZS 5601 will automatically void
the Warranty for this product.
MAN14
4. DO NOT attempt to complete the conversion yourself.
BBQ CARE INSTRUCTIONS
1.
GAS CYLINDERS
1.1
Store cylinders in a well-ventilated area and use
a cylinder sealing plug or a Gasfuse to reduce
danger from leaks.
1.2
Always keep cylinders upright & the cylinder
hose free of knots & kinks.
1.3
Have your cylinder safety inspected every 10
years.
1.4
Before connecting the cylinder, inspect the hose,
fittings and rubber seals. If there is any sign of
splitting or wear, have the hose replaced. Make
sure all connections are tightened with a
spanner and then conduct this simple test:
(a)
turn the gas on at the cylinder without
turning on the barbeque;
(b)
brush soapy water on all the connections;
(c)
if bubbles appear, then there is a leak;
and
(d)
alternatively use a Gasfuse to conduct
this test quickly and more thoroughly.
1.5
Before transporting a gas cylinder ensure that it
has been leak tested. Always keep bottle
upright and protected from falling over and drive
slowly with care and the windows open. Do not:
(a)
store cylinder in a plastic milk crate as
this may cause static electricity to build
up;
(b)
light a flame or cigarette close to the
cylinder;
(c)
leave the cylinder unattended in a
vehicle; and
(d)
expose the cylinder to direct heat or
sunlight in a vehicle or exposed area.
2.
BEFORE FIRST USE
2.1
During manufacturing, most stainless steels
have a protective coating applied, traces of
which may remain on your new barbeque.
Before first use you should:
(a)
peel off any protective film and clean off
any remaining residue using 3MTM
Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish
especially on surfaces that will be
exposed to high heat such as the
roasting hood, barbeque frame, etc;
(b)
ensure all marks and finger prints are
(c)
(d)
cleaned from the surface before the
barbeque is first heated. If this is not
done properly, finger marks may become
etched into the finish permanently;
polish with a soft cloth; and
fire up the barbeque for up to an hour at
moderate heat to evenly cure the surface.
2.2
Before first use of a cast iron or steel hot plate
or grill you should:
(a)
clean the cooking surface with warm
soapy water and a sponge then
thoroughly rinse with fresh water;
(b)
next, dry the cooking surface, then
lightly coat all sides of the burners, rock
trays, plates and grills with Bar-B-Chef
Non Stick Barbeque Cooking Spray;
(c)
now position the hotplate and grills in
the barbeque and heat for a few minutes
until the surface just begins to smoke,
then switch the barbeque off;
(d)
fill a bucket with clean warm water and
using a barbeque brush or scourer
constantly soaked with water, gently
scrub the cooking surface down; and
(e)
dry the cooking surface, then lightly coat
it with Bar-B-Chef Non Stick Barbeque
Cooking Spray.
2.3
Before first use of a vitreous enamel or stainless
steel hot plate or grill you should clean the
cooking surface with warm soapy water and a
barbeque brush or scourer constantly soaked in
water. Thoroughly rinse with fresh water,
pre-heat your barbeque and you're ready to
start cooking.
3.
AFTER EVERY USE
3.1
When cooking is finished, brush excess food
residue off the surface and then turn burners to
high with the hood open for 5 minutes.This will
burn off most of the grease. Turn the gas
cylinder off. Let the barbeque burn out then
switch the barbeque burners off. This clears
any excess gas from your barbeque hose.
3.2
If necessary, use a foaming oil and grease
remover to heavily coat dirty hot plates, grills
and racks. Leave for up to a few hours if
necessary to attack fat, grease and carbon.
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3.3
Half fill a bucket with clean warm water and
using a barbeque brush or scourer constantly
soaked with water, scrub the cooking surface
thoroughly.
3.4
Lightly coat your cast iron or steel hot plate with
a non-stick cooking spray to prevent rusting
(this is not required for vitreous enamel or
stainless steel).
3.5
When the barbeque has completely cooled
down, close the hood or weather lid to keep the
cooking surface dry and rust free. Ensure
barbeque is cool before covering with a
barbeque cover.
(c)
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4.
STAINLESS STEEL MAINTENANCE
4.1
To ensure that your stainless steel barbeque
maintains its lustre and appearance, it is
important to carry out regular care and
maintenance. Invisible airborne contaminants
can lodge into the steel, allowing corrosion to
develop. This can happen regardless of the
stainless steel grade. Stainless steel is not
warranted to be free from corrosion, however,
by following the instructions you can maintain
the finish on your stainless steel barbeque for
longer. After each use, or monthly when not
used you should:
(a)
rinse with clean fresh water and dry
thoroughly. Remove ordinary stains
with mild soap and warm water. More
stubborn stains can be removed with
commercial grade cleaners suitable for
use on stainless steel;
(b)
when cleaning off harsh stains ONLY
rub in the direction of the polish lines or
‘grain’ of the steel. If especially rough
cleaning is necessary, use ‘stainless’
(d)
steel wool or a nylon / plastic type
scrubber. Do not use normal steel wool,
as it will contaminate the finish and
encourage rust;
test these types of scrubbers in an
inconspicuous area first as they could
mark or scratch the barbeque finish.
Scratches in the stainless steel only
affect the appearance and in no way do
they accelerate corrosion. Scratches
can be blended back into the finish by
gently rubbing with the grain, gradually
decreasing pressure as you move away
from the scratch;
finish off by applying a stainless steel
cleaner 7 polish to protect the stainless
steel surface from corrosion and give it
a polished shine, taking care to follow
the manufacturer’s instructions.
4.2
If corrosion starts, it should be removed as soon
as possible to restore the integrity of the finish to
its original condition. Use a scrubber that is as
soft as possible. Try nylon or plastic type
scrubbers and build up to ‘stainless’ steel wool,
only if necessary. Do not use normal steel wool.
Test the scrubber in an inconspicuous area first
to ensure that it does not mark or scratch the
finish. Scrub carefully but firmly, only in the
direction of the polish lines or ‘grain’ of the
surface. Any resulting scratches can be blended
back into the finish by gently rubbing with the
grain, gradually decreasing pressure as you
move away from the scratch.
4.3
Prevention of rust is a more efficient way of
protecting stainless steel. Find an easy-to-apply
cleaner & polish suitable for stainless steel and
follow the manufacturer’s instructions. Always
use a soft polishing cloth to bring the barbeque
back to its original condition.
PARTS DIAGRAM
FOR SC5815
4 X Phenolic Spacers
1 X Cabinet Right Side Panel
1 X Cabinet Back Panel
4 X Steel Spacers
4 X Legs
1 X Cabinet Left Side Panel
1 X REGULATOR
COVER
1 X Cabinet Top Panel
4 X Castors
1 X Gas Cylinder Bowl
1 X Cabinet Bottom Panel
1 X Side Burner Shelf
2 X Doors
2 X Door Hinges
1 X Side Shelf
8 X 6mm Long Bolts
6 X 6mm Nuts
6 X 6mm Short Bolts
6 X 6mm Steel Washers
10 X 5mm Short Bolts
8 X 5mm Steel Washers
2 X Side Shelf Hanlde
(Including 4 x 5mm Hexagon Bolts
4 x 5mm Steel Washers)
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ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
MAN18
3.
4 X 5mm Hexagon Bolts
4 X 5mm Steel Washers
4.
8 X 6mm Long Bolts
MAN19
5.
a.
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b.
6.
4 X 5mm Short Bolts
4 X 5mm Steel Washers
7.
4 X 5mm Short Bolts
4 X 5mm Steel Washers
MAN21
8.
4 X Castors
9.
6 X 6mm Short Bolts
6 X 6mm Steel Washers
6 X 6mm Nuts
MAN22
10.
11.
a.
b.
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12.
13.
2 X 5mm Short Bolts
MAN24
14.
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LIST OF SPARE PARTS
1
3
4
5
7
6
8
5
9
3
10
11
4
32 26
6
2
31
21
12
15
27
19 18
17 16
22
20
23
25
14 13
33
28
34
24
29
47
30
35
46
41
40 42
40
44
67
42
49
41
42
37
43
45
36
38
40
39
48
61
50
62
23
62
59
48
60
24
43
47
51
17
52
53
54
64
63
61
66
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59
64
58
65
56
57
55
PART NUMBER
PART NAME
SUPPLIER CODE
AVAILABLE OR NOT
1
Hood inner
SC5913-H-01
N/A
2
Rear burner cover
SC5912-B-09
N/A
3
Hood hinge screw
SC5912-H-05
N/A
4
Hood hinge support bracket
SC5912-H-06
N/A
5
Hood hinge
SC5912-H-07
N/A
6
Rubber bumper
K2224-CB
7
Temperature gauge bezel
BS060206
8
Temperature gauge
N06022
9
Temperature gauge bowl
TG-B01
10
Cast iron hotplate
B03159
11
Stainless steel tube grill
SP-24
12
Ceramic tile
CB-001
13
BBQ right oil panel
SC5912-B-04
N/A
14
Fat tay support strip
SC5912-B-03
N/A
15
BBQ frame
SC5812-B-03
N/A
N/A
16
BBQ left oil panel
SC5912-B-01
17
Ignition box
PI2P-032
18
Rear burner ignition holder
SC3212-H-04
19
Rear burner ignition pin & ignition wire
L1460
20
Rear burner holder
SC5912-B-08
21
Rear burner
TMA0823
22
Rear burner aluminium tube
TMA0692
23
Control knob
BKNB-206A
24
Control knob bezel
BS140521
25
Cast iron burner
B03094-N
26
Warming rack
W03093
27
Ceramic support tray
CBWB-002
28
Fascia
FS-SC5813
N/A
N/A
29
Fat tray panel
SC6012-B-07
N/A
30
Fat tray handle
SC6012-B-08
N/A
31
Hood assembly
SC5812-H-06
N/A
32
Hood handle cover
SC5712-H-07
N/A
33
Rear burner valve with 0.85mm injector
GC-043A
34
Flame thrower
GC-001A
35
Cabinet top panel
SC5812-T-01
N/A
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PART NUMBER
36
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PART NAME
Side burner trivet
SUPPLIER CODE
AVAILABLE OR NOT
SB101
37
Wok side burner
TMB002-1
38
Wok side burner base
TMB001-1
39
Spill bowl
SB002
40
Phenolic spacer
BPS-006
N/A
41
Cabinet side panel
SC5913-T-05
N/A
42
Steel spacer
PS-003
N/A
43
Cabinet leg
SC5913-T-07
N/A
44
Cabinet rear panel
SC5812-T-04
N/A
45
Bolt pack
BP-SC5815
N/A
N/A
46
Side shelf
SC5912-T-03
47
Side shelf handle
SC6112-T-07
48
Magnet
DRSP-8
49
Side burner shelf lid
SC5912-T-11
50
Side burner shelf
SC5912-T-12
51
Ignition wire
Q3726 (BC-01)
52
Elbow nut
TMA0503
53
Ignition pin holder
TMA0508
54
Wok burner elbow
TMA0504
55
Venturi
TMA0506
56
Side burner under strut
SC5912-T-13
57
Side burner valve
N0032A
58
Hose and regulator
RC008002
N/A
N/A
N/A
59
Door hinge bracket
SC3212-T-09
N/A
60
Cabinet bottom panel
SC5812-T-12
N/A
61
Door hinge
SC6112-T-13
N/A
62
Door
SC5812-T-14
N/A
63
Gas bottle bowl
SC5912-T-15
64
Castor
BCS-029PL-L
65
Side burner hose
RC0080012
66
Fascia heat shield
SC5815-B-09
N/A
67
Regulator cover
SC5815-T-16
N/A
LIMITED 12 MONTH / 5 YEAR
WARRANTY BBQs
1.
DEFINITIONS
In this Warranty:
(a)
Care Instructions means the instructions for care
of the Product described in clause 6;
(b)
Compliant Claim means a claim made by the
Consumer under this warranty which complies
with subclauses 4.2 and 4.3 (as appropriate);
(c)
Consumer means the legal entity who originally
purchased the Product;
(d)
Date of Purchase means the date on which the
Consumer purchased the Product as evidenced
by either the original purchase receipt or any
statutory declaration accepted by the Manufacturer
pursuant to subclause 4.3;
(e)
Domestic Use means personal, domestic or
household use or consumption;
(f)
Excepted Defect means any defect, corrosion,
scratches, dents, discolouration, cracks, weathering
or other damage or destruction caused by:
(i)
normal wear and tear;
(ii)
spills such as acid, solvents, dyes or other corrosive
materials, abrasive chemical cleaners, ink, paint or
bodily fluids;
(iii)
damage caused during transit;
(iv)
exposure to radiating heat or to the elements
including sunlight, rain, flood, fire and hail;
(v)
grease and fat fires;
(vi)
the product being used other than for its intended
purpose;
(vii)
cleaning, lack of maintenance, improper installation;
and
(viii)
intentional, deliberate, malicious, negligent or
reckless acts.
(g)
Manufacturer means Cohen Nominees Pty Ltd
(ACN 008 526 994) t/as Sonny Cohen & Son;
(h)
Natural Defect means any defect or flaw caused or
created by a natural characteristic of the Product;
(i)
Product means the Sunco brand BBQ purchased by
the Consumer; and
(j)
Warranty Claim Form means the form approved by
the Manufacturer from time to time for making claims
under this warranty.
2.
2.1
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
2.2
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
2.3
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
2.4
2.5
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(f)
WARRANTY
Subject to subclauses 2.4 and 2.5, if a defect appears
in the Product at any time within the period of 12 months
from the Date of Purchase the Manufacturer will at its
election either:
replace the Product;
repair the Product;
supply an equivalent product; or
make payment to the Consumer of the cost determined
by the Manufacturer to be the fair and reasonable cost
of either: replacing the Product, acquiring an equivalent
product or having the Product repaired.
Subject to subclauses 2.4 and 2.5, the warranty
provided in subclause 2.1 shall extend to a period of
two years for the following components only if a defect
appears in any of the following components of the
Product at any time within the period of two years from
the Date of Purchase:
Enamel Burners;
Enamel Cast Iron Grills;
Enamel Cast Iron Hotplates; or
Enamel BBQ Frame.
Subject to subclauses 2.4 and 2.5, the warranty
provided in subclause 2.1 shall extend to a period of
five years for the following components only if a defect
appears in any of the following components of the
Product at any time within the period of five years from
the Date of Purchase:
Aluminium Hood Castings – excluding paint defects;
Stainless Steel Grills;
Stainless Hotplates; or
Stainless Steel BBQ Frame.
If the Manufacturer elects to repair the product, all
repairs will be undertaken at the Manufacturer’s
premises in the Australian Capital Territory. Repair does
not extend the warranty.
The warranty contained in subclause 2.1 does not apply:
to defects which are Excepted Defects or Natural
Defects; or
to the rusting of cast iron plates, grills and burners; or
if the Purchaser has not complied with the Care
Instructions; or
if the Purchaser has made unauthorised repairs or
modifications to the Product during the warranty period;
or
if the Consumer has purchased or used the product other
than for Domestic Use; or
if the Product is changed to natural gas (if applicable), if
the conversion and installation is done by a person other
than a licenced gas fitter.
THIS WARRANTY IS PROVIDED BY
Cohen Nominees Pty Ltd (ACN 008 526 994) t/as Sonny Cohen & Son (ABN 20 490 171 967)
6 Whyalla St (P.O. Box 31)
Telephone:
(02) 6280 4433
FYSHWICK ACT 2609
Facsimile:
(02) 6280 7667
www.sunco.com.au
Email: admin@sunco.com.au
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LIMITED 12 MONTH / 5 YEAR
WARRANTY BBQs
3.
3.1
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
The benefits given by this warranty are in addition to
any other rights and remedies that the Consumer may
have under any law which applies in relation to supply
of the Product.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be
excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are
entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure
and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable
loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the
goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of
acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a
major failure.
However, all statutory conditions, warranties and
guarantees that may be excluded are expressly negated.
To the extent that liability for breach of a statutory
condition, warranty or guarantee cannot be or is not
excluded from this warranty but can be limited, liability
is so limited at the manufacturer’s discretion to either:
replacing the goods or supplying equivalent goods;
repairing the goods; or
payment of the cost of replacing the goods or acquiring
equivalent goods; or
payment of the cost of having the goods repaired.
3.2
3.3
3.4
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
4.
4.1
CLAIMS PROCEDURE & EXPENSES
The cost of making a claim under this warranty shall be
borne by the Consumer. This includes, without
limitation, the freight and transport costs to/from the
place of repair.
To make a claim the Consumer must contact Garth
Support by telephoning toll free 1800 427 841 or by
visiting www.garthsupport.com ,attaching the original
purchase receipt and photographs of the relevant
damage:
If at the time of submitting a claim under this warranty
the Consumer has misplaced or is unable to locate the
original purchase receipt the Manufacturer may in its
discretion nonetheless accept the claim if it is supported
by a statutory declaration made under the Statutory
Declarations Act 1959 (Cth) attesting to:
the place, date and time of purchase;
the name and address of the retailer from whom the
product was purchased; and
the circumstances in which the original purchase
receipt was lost or misplaced.
4.2
4.3
(a)
(b)
(c)
4.4
4.5
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
The Manufacturer is under no obligation to respond to
any claim made by the Consumer under this warranty
which is not a Compliant Claim.
The Manufacturer will contact the Consumer within 14
days of receipt of a Compliant Claim and advise whether
the claim is accepted and, if so, how the Manufacturer
proposes to respond under subclause 2.1.
MISCELLANEOUS
Non-Transferrable. This warranty only applies to the
Consumer and is non-transferable.
Governing Law. This warranty shall be governed by and
construed in accordance with the laws of the Australian
Capital Territory and the parties submit themselves to
the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of that jurisdiction
and those that have jurisdiction to hear any appeals from
them.
Severability. If any of the provisions of this warranty
shall be unlawful, void or unenforceable for any reason,
the provision shall be deemed severable to the extent
that it is lawful, void or unenforceable, but shall not affect
the validity or enforceability of the remaining provisions.
6.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS
The manufacturer’s care instructions for this product are
located in the Instruction Manual and are also available for
download from www.sunco.com.au.
THIS WARRANTY IS PROVIDED BY
Cohen Nominees Pty Ltd (ACN 008 526 994) t/as Sonny Cohen & Son (ABN 20 490 171 967)
6 Whyalla St (P.O. Box 31)
Telephone:
(02) 6280 4433
FYSHWICK ACT 2609
Facsimile:
(02) 6280 7667
www.sunco.com.au
Email: admin@sunco.com.au
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For service and warranty queries, please go to
www.garthsupport.com
Your purchase receipt will be required for warranty claims.
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