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Dickinson Sea-B-Que Instruction manual
Sea-B-Que
Operating and Installation
Instruction Manual
*KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE*
Round Sea-B-Que
** Please read from beginning to end before operating.
CBQ Serial #: __________________
Quality Controlled by- Doug & Don
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents… Pg. 2
1. Warning & Disclosures… Pg. 3
2. Sea-B-Que Packing List… Pg. 4
3. Assembly… Pg. 4
4. Propane Fuel Connection… Pg. 5
5. Low Pressure System Connection… Pg. 5
6. Leak Test… Pg. 6
7. Getting to Know you’re Sea-B-Que… Pg. 7
8. Lighting & Operation… Pg. 8
9. Temperature Adjustment… Pg. 9
10.Cleaning & Maintenance… Pg. 10
11. Cooking… Pg. 10
12. Sea-B-Que Accessories & Parts Available… Pg. 11
13. Warranty… Pg. 12
14. Registering your Warranty… Pg 15
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Warnings & Disclosures
• The Sea-B-Que barbeque is designed to use only LPG fuel.
• Read this owner’s manual carefully and completely before trying to
assemble, operate, or service this barbeque.
• Improper use of this gas appliance can cause serious injury or death
from burns, fire, explosion, carbon monoxide poisoning and oxygen
depletion.
• Do not install this appliance in spaces containing internal combustion
engines, fuel tanks, or joints and fittings.
• Test all propane lines and connections for leaks with a soapy water
solution. Do not use a flame to test for leaks.
• If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or
explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury, or
loss of life.
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in
the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
• Close the LPG cylinder valve when Sea-B-Que is not in use.
• Close the Sea-B-Que regulator valve before opening the LPG cylinder
valve.
• Close the LPG cylinder valve in the event of an emergency.
• Close the LPG cylinder valve when the boat is unattended.
• Always open the hood before lighting.
• Do not allow LPG cylinder to lie on its side.
• If the burner does not light immediately turn control regulator to lockoff position and do not attempt to light the burner for at least 60
seconds.
• Trim excess fat from meats to minimize flare-ups.
• Let the barbeque cool before cleaning or removing any parts for
cleaning or servicing.
• This barbeque is for OUTDOOR USE ONLY. Do not operate inside a
boat, garage, shed or other enclosed areas.
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Sea-B-Que Packing List
*PLEASE KEEP YOUR PROOF OF PURCHASE FOR WARRANTY.
Sea-B-Que Round: 00-SBQ-R
1. Top Lid and Main Body Assembly
2. Lid Hinges
3. Top Lid Knob part# 15-130
5. Porcelain Grill Section part# 15-186-P
6. Burner Assembly part# 15-062
8. Regulator Control part# 15-110
9. Spark Igniter part# 15-103
10. Drip Tray part# 15-081
11. Deck Legs
Assembly
You will need to attach the feet of the BBQ to the rest of the unit. The two
feet of the Sea-B-Que slide on to the inserted studs on the base. The flanges
are to point outwards. Use the four 10 x 32 nuts and #10 lock-washers to
secure the legs to the base. The drip tray is placed in the area between both
legs. The 4 porcelain grill sections will sit on the ledges provided above the
burner. Remember to remove all protective plastic from the body.
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Propane Fuel Connection
The most common LPG connection is the 1 lb. disposable bottle that
connects directly to the barbeque or a hose straight from the barbeque to a
10lb. or 20 lb. tank. We have 6ft part# 15-188 and 8ft part# 15-189 high
pressure propane hoses available. High pressure propane is required with the
regulator control included with the Sea-B-Que. The Sea-B-Que gas control
is also the pressure regulator part# 15-110.
If your boat has a regulated propane source, the fuel line to the Sea-B-Que
must be tee’d off before any regulators on the main fuel supply. A high
pressure T type connector is available from Dickinson for this. *See the high
pressure T connection diagram below.
Low Pressure System Connection:
If you already have a low pressure line available for your Sea-b-que, you
would then need to replace the regulator control part# 15-110 with low
pressure gas valve part # 15-193. If doing so, there MUST be a separate 11”
WC low pressure regulator part# 19-151 at the bottle regulating the propane.
*See the low pressure connection diagram below.
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Typical Low Pressure Propane Locker
Leak Test:
1. Do not use or permit sources of ignition in the area while doing the
leak test. This includes smoking.
2. Leak testing solution should be half liquid soap and half water.
3. Apply the solution to the LP gas delivery system at all connections.
4. Bubbles in the soap solution indicate that a leak is present.
5. The leak(s) must be stopped by tightening the loose joints, or
replacing the faulty parts.
***DO NOT USE BARBEQUE UNTIL LEAK IS CORRECTED***
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Getting to Know your Sea-B-Que
Spark Igniter:
Igniters seldom fail but if yours stops working try cleaning the probe. Built
up grease may have coated the probe, preventing the spark. Remove the
igniter, clean the bracket and around the base, the copper line on the side of
the igniter and the screws. Built up grease may have interrupted the ground.
The Burner Orifice:
The orifice has a tiny hole in the burner that controls the maximum amount
of fuel into the burner. From time to time, salt or other debris may plug the
hole changing the flame and / or the sea-b-que will not get hot, and a
blocked orifice may be the reason. To clean the orifice in the burner, remove
the grills and unscrew the flame spreader (top of burner) counterclockwise.
Now remove the 2 very small screws to take off the burner top cap. Use a
small metric socket to unscrew and remove the orifice. Clean with a very
small wire like the kind in a twist tie (actual size .031 dia). Do not expand
the hole or the sea-b-que will get too hot. Assemble in reverse order. To reinstall the 2 top screws in the burner cap, start with turning in the first screw
a couple of turns then turn start the other screw and turn them both down a
couple of turns each side until they become snug.
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Lighting
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2)
3)
Sea-B-Que control regulator in LOCK-OFF position
Open Lid and turn on LPG gas supply at source
Turn Control Regulator ON to the medium level. Press Igniter button
several times, or use a long bbq lighter through the match hole. Check
to make sure the propane is burning.
**If the burner does not light immediately turn control regulator to
lock-off position and do not attempt to light the burner for at least 60
seconds.
Operation
When the burner is lit the Control Regulator setting may be selected. With
the lid closed the Sea-B-Que will quickly reach cooking temperatures
(approx. 5 minutes).
Do not leave the control regulator on high with the lid closed for long
periods of time or damage may be caused to the body of Sea-B-Que due to
overheating. High gas settings are only recommended for a short pre-heat
period, barbequing with the lid open, or with the lid closed, but at a
moderate setting. After cooking, turn the Sea-B-Que off at the LPG source.
Once the burner has extinguished, turn the Control Regulator to the LOCKOFF position. This will de-pressurize the fuel line.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Clean grease from the drip tray and the base of the Sea-B-Que
regularly.
Clean burner and burner orifice seasonally.
The Sea-B-Que stainless top lid and main body will eventually
discolor with heat.
The marine environment can take a harsh toll on all stainless steel
barbeques. The Sea-B-Que is made of high quality 304 stainless steel.
However, the chlorine and sodium chloride in the ocean water mixed
with the heat of the Sea-B-que creates some surface corrosion. It is
therefore recommended to keep up with regular cleaning and
maintenance to keep your Sea-B-Que in pristine condition. The use of
oven cleaner and a non-metallic abrasive pad such as scotchbrite on
the exterior surface is also recommended. Stainless steel polish, if
available, will also enhance the look of your Sea-B-Que. Rubbing the
surface of the stainless steel with the grain will remove the rusty
appearance and will keep your Sea-B-Que looking shiny and new for
many years to come. Dickinson has a scothbrite pad cleaning kit
available part# 15-555.
A defective spark igniter is uncommon. If the igniter does not work, it
will be caused by grease build-up on the wire electrode or by the
igniter mount not being grounded to the body of the barbecue during
assembly. The igniter can be cleaned with hot water and a cloth.
Cooking
The removable drip tray must be installed prior to cooking. Do not allow
grease to build-up in the grease tray or in the base of the Sea-B-Que. The
porcelain enamel cooking surface plates should be pre-heated and sprayed or
covered with cooking oil to prevent food from sticking. Accumulated grease
will burn off if the cooking plates are turned over. Barbecues will get hot
and splash grease, and for safety reasons it is therefore advisable to mount
the unit outboard.
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Sea-B Que Accessories & Parts Available
#15-150A
#15-150F
#15-187
#15-150P
#15-170
#15-202
#15-188
#15-189
#15-191
#15-192
#15-178
#15-193
#19-151
#19-100-10
#19-100-20
#15-555
Universal Rail Mount Kit
Fishing Rod Holder Mount Kit
Taff Rail Mount Kit
Scotty Mount Kit
Round Black Canvas Cover
Round Aussie griddle (13” dia)
6 ft. Propane Hose – High Pressure
8 ft. Propane Hose – High Pressure
6ft. Propane T Type Hose – High Pressure
8ft. Propane T Type Hose – High Pressure
“T” type Connector
Low pressure Control Valve
Low pressure Regulator
10 ft. Low Pressure Hose
20 ft. Low Pressure Hose
BBQ Cleaning Kit
#15-186-P
#15-182-S
#15-081
#15-062
#15-103
#15-110
#15-120
#15-194
Round Porcelain Grill Set
Round Stainless Steel Grill Set
Round Drip Tray
Round Burner
Round Model Spark Igniter
Regulator Control
Thermometer
Adapter for European Gas Canisters
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Warranty Policy
We at Dickinson wish to maintain a reasonable and easy system for
warranties, returns and exchanges. To accomplish this, we would like to
inform you of some helpful guidelines and procedures to use and follow
when sending back product to Dickinson Marine. All correspondence
regarding returns, warranties and exchanges will go through the factory of
Dickinson Marine in Coquitlam, BC, Canada and the product MUST be
returned to this location.
Warranty
Dickinson Marine warranties all of its products for a period of one year
dated from the purchase of the product by the end user with proof of
purchase or a registered warranty. We warrant our barbeque burners for a
period of 3 years dated from the purchase of the product by the end user with
a registered warranty. The warranty card should be copied for your records
and returned to Dickinson to activate your warranty within 90 days of your
purchase. You can also activate it online at www.dickinsonmarine.com
A copy of the warranty card must have been received or a proof of purchase
must be presented to receive the warranty.
1. The customer can contact us directly to settle any warranty issues. We
are pleased to help. Call us toll free 1-800-659-9768 or email:
info@dickinsonmarine.com
2. If the customer is returning a complete product they see as defective,
be sure the product has been assembled correctly and is being used
correctly. If you are not sure please call our Technical Help
Department @ 1-800-659-9768. Dickinson Marine will not provide
credit for used products that are not defective. In these cases, it is best
to call the factory to determine if the product is being used correctly
or has been assembled correctly or is in fact defective.
3. All products being sent back to Dickinson Marine must have a Return
Authorization Number. Contact us at Dickinson Marine toll free 1800-659-9768 or e-mail info@dickinsonmarine.com to obtain a
Return Authorization Number. This allows us to track and process
your return. Once you have received an RA# from us, include your
proof of purchase and ship to the address below. We recommend you
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ship using the mail service insured and retain a tracking number.
Customers are responsible for the shipping costs for all returns and
exchanges.
Dickinson Marine Returns
Unit# 101-17728 66 Ave
Surrey, BC
V3S 7X1, Canada
4. Products that are demonstrably older than the warranty period or those
that have obviously been misused will not be returned, exchanged, or
repaired.
Non-defective Returns & Exchanges
Dickinson reserves the right to apply a 20% restocking fee for returned
product sent back. An RA # will be needed from the factory to facilitate any
return. Credits will be made at the last purchased price for that part number.
Limited Warranty
WARRANTY PROVISIONS: Dickinson warrants this product to be free of defects in
workmanship and materials for a period of one year. This warranty is limited to claims
submitted in writing within a one-year period following the date of purchase. If any part
of your new product fails because of a manufacturing defect within the warranty period
Dickinson offers to replace said parts free of charge, provided, however, that such parts
have not been improperly repaired, altered or tampered with or subjected to misuse,
abuse or exposed to corrosive conditions. This warranty, however, is limited by certain
exclusions, time limits and exceptions as listed below. Read these limitations and
exclusions carefully.
TIME LIMIT: This warranty is given too and covers only the original purchaser.
Coverage terminates one year from the date of purchase for parts replacement.
EXCLUSIONS : This warranty does not cover or include : (a) Any normal deterioration
of the product and appearance of items, due to wear and/or exposure; (b) any guarantees,
promises, representations, warranties or service agreements given or made by an
authorized distributor or other person selling this product, other than those specifically
stated herein; (c) any damage or defect due to accident, improper repair, alteration,
unreasonable use including failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance,
misuse or abuse of the equipment, or exposure to corrosive conditions. This warranty is
conditioned upon normal use, reasonable and necessary maintenance and service of your
product, and written notice being given promptly upon Buyer's discovery of a warranty
claim, pursuant to paragraph 6 below.
Reasonable and necessary maintenance is
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maintenance which you are expected to do yourself or have done for you. It is
maintenance, which is necessary to keep your product performing its intended function
and operating at a reasonable level of performance.
DAMAGE LIMITATION WARNING : IN NO EVENT SHALL Dickinson BE LIABLE
FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING (BUT
NOT LIMITED TO) LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT, LOSS OF TIME,
INCONVENIENCE, EXPENSES FOR TRAVEL, LODGING TRANSPORTATION
CHARGES, LOSS BY DAMAGE TO PERSONAL PROPERTY OR LOSS OF
INCOME, PROFITS OR REVENUE.
ORAL OR IMPLIED WARRANTY LIMITATIONS: The foregoing warranty is
exclusive and in lieu of all other warranties, written or oral, expressed or implied,
including but not limited to any warranty or merchantability or fitness for a particular
purpose.
TRANSFER LIMITATIONS: This warranty is not assignable or transferable. It covers
only the original purchaser.
CLAIM PROCEDURE: In the event of a defect, problem or that a breach of this
warranty is discovered, in order to protect any warranty rights you must promptly notify
Dickinson. Give name, address, and model name, location of unit, description of
problem and where you can be reached during business hours.
RESERVED RIGHT TO CHANGE: Dickinson reserves the right to make changes or
improvements to products it produces in the future without imposing on itself any
obligations to install the same improvements in the products it has previously
manufactured.
SECOND OR SUBSEQUENT OWNER: Dickinson does not give any warranty to
secondary or subsequent purchasers, and it disclaims all implied warranties to such
owners.
INSPECTION: To assist you in avoiding problems with your product and to validate this
warranty you are required to do the following: (a) read the warranty; (b) inspect the
product. Do not accept delivery until you have examined the product with your supplier;
(c) ask questions about anything you do not understand concerning the product.
OWNER REGISTRATION: Fill out the WARRANTY CARD within 30 days from the
date of delivery. WARRANTY: RETURN OF THE CARD IS CONDITION
PRECEDENT TO WARRANTY COVERAGE AND PERFORMANCE. IF YOU DO
NOT FILL OUT AND MAIL THE CARD AS DIRECTED, YOU WILL NOT HAVE A
WARRANTY.
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Register your Warranty…..
Please register your warranty with Dickinson Marine. Fill out and send back
the warranty registration below. Make sure to include the serial # for our
records.
No warranty will be extended for improper installations. Use of any
unapproved materials, equipment, or installation procedures will result in a
voided warranty. Do not use any substitutes of the heaters valve, burner or
fan other then the ones supplied by Dickinson. Dickinson Marine accepts
no liability for any damage or loss of service resulting from unapproved
modifications.
Warranty Form
I have read and understand the Limited Warranty and the entire Instruction
Manual and agree to the terms and conditions. (PLEASE PRINT)
Name: ______________________________________________________
Address: ____________________________________________________
Phone: ______________________________________________________
Sea-B-Que Model: ___________________________________________
Sea-B-Que Serial #:____________________________________________
Date of Purchase: _____________________________________________
Seller’s Name: _______________________________________________
Seller’s Location: _____________________________________________
Signature: ___________________________________________________
This warranty form can also be filled out online. www.dickinsonmarine.com
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Dickinson Marine
#101-17728 66 Avenue, Surrey, BC
V3S 7X1 Canada
Tel: 604-574-8641
Fax: 604-574-8659
E-mail: info@dickinsonmarine.com
Website: www.dickinsonmarine.com
All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced without permission
in writing from Dickinson Marine. Dickinson also reserves the right to modify or
change without notice, any materials, applications, equipment, accessories, and/or
prices. All measurements and weights are approximate.
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