classic 500 5 burner bbq
CLASSIC 500 5 BURNER BBQ
Model No.: SRGG41328
User Manual
Product size assembled:
H115.5 x W139 x D58.5cm
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Before you start
WARNINGS
Do’s
• Read the instructions before using the appliance. Follow the
steps in the order they are specified and please observe the
safety warnings.
• Failure to observe these instructions can affect or damage the
device and other objects and lead to personal injury.
• These instructions are part of the product. They should always
be stored with the product and should be passed on to each
subsequent user.
• Great care has been taken during production to remove sharp
edges but you should handle all components with care to avoid
possible injury.
• To avoid injury and damage to property, be sure to follow all
warnings and instructions carefully, before every use.
• NEVER LEAVE A LIT BARBECUE UNATTENDED.
• If ever in doubt, consult a qualified gas engineer before use.
• As an extra precaution WHEN LIGHTING FOR THE FIRST TIME
ALWAYS TAKE EXTRA CARE. Keep your head and arms from
hanging over the BBQ cooking surface.
• ALWAYS make sure barbecue appliance is completely cool
before applying covers.
• In construction of this BBQ use all and only the components
provided. Do not modify BBQ or parts. Any modification of the
appliance may be dangerous.
KEEP THIS APPLIANCE CLEAN (follow instructions herein) - To
help avoid fat flash fires/ flare ups and therefore possible injury
or damage to property, it is vital that this appliance is clean
before it used.
Stand your barbecue on a safe, level surface, well away from
flammable items such as wooden fences or over-hanging tree
branches.
Protect from the elements and damp.
Keep children and pets away.
An adult should always be in charge of the BBQ. NEVER leave a
hot barbecue unattended.
Always make sure the barbecue is fully extinguished and
completely cool before moving, applying covers (not included) OR
storing away.
Dont’s
Do not use indoors - For outdoor use only.
CAUTION! NEVER STORE a barbecue indoors unless it is fully
cooled and the gas supply cylinder is disconnected.
Do not use the BBQ on a surface that may be damaged by
excessive heat.
This is a gas appliance. Do not use any other type of fuel/
accelerants or lava rock’.
Number of people required to assemble
DO NOT USE INDOORS
ONLY TO BE USED OUTDOORS
Two people to assemble and lift.
Time to assemble
CAUTION!
3 hours
• KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN and PETS DURING and
AFTER USE.
• Do not store or use petrol or other flammable vapor or
liquids in the vicinity.
• This appliance will become very hot during operation - always
wear suitably protective heat proof gloves during use.
• WARNING: Accessible parts may be very hot. Keep young
children away.
• Turn off the gas supply at the gas container after use.
• ALWAYS close and disconnect from main gas supply cylinder
after use and for storage.
• DO NOT MOVE THE APPLIANCE DURING USE.
Tools required
not
not
supplied supplied
DANGER!
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas supply to appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame, avoid using any electrical
appliance.
3. Open lid and ventilate the area.
4. Check gas connections with soap solution.
5. If odor still exists, immediately contact your gas supplier or
fire department.
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Further information
Proper use:
The barbecue is a gas barbecue for outdoor use. It is designed
to be used exclusively in accordance with these instructions for
preparing foods that are suitable for barbecue cooking.
For private use only!
Leak test all connections after each tank refilled or first use
after a long period, by which the method is described in the
“Operating instructions” part.
This barbecue should be thoroughly cleaned and inspected on
a regular basis, clean and inspect the hose before each use of
the appliance. If there is evidence of abrasion, wear, cuts or
leaks, the hose must be replaced prior to the appliance being
operated.
Use only factory authorized parts. The use of any part that is
not factory authorized is dangerous.
When cooking, fire extinguishing materials shall be readily
accessible. In the event of an oil grease fire, do not attempt to
extinguish with water. Use type B or type C dry chemical fire
extinguisher or smother with dirt, sand or baking soda.
Operate on solid ground only, do not install or use in/on boats
or recreational vehicles.
Always open barbecue lid carefully and slowly as heat and
steam trapped within barbecue can severely burn you.
Move gas hoses as far away as possible from hot surface and
dripping hot grease.
Keep all electrical cords away from a hot barbecue.
Turn off the gas supply at the gas container after use.
When handling particularly hot components, protective gloves
should be used.
Improper use:
Any other application or applications extending beyond the stated
purpose are not authorised. This applies in particular to misuse
involving the following possible scenarios:
• Do not operate the barbecue with coal or any fuel other than
LPG.
• Do not operate the main barbecue as a stove using pots and
pans.
• Do not operate the barbecue as a heater.
• Any modification of the appliance may be dangerous.
• Parts sealed by the manufacturer must not be altered by the
user.
• Do not use the barbecue to heat materials and substances other
than foods that are suitable for barbecuing.
The barbecue has been manufactured according to the general
engineering rules – that were valid at the time manufacturing was
started – and the requirement of the CE- sign. It is certified and
approved by INTERTEK Testing Services Ltd. (ITS) (Test number CE0359). The barbecue left the factory in good order and condition
in terms of its function and safety.
• Never use an LP gas tank with damaged body, valve, collar,
or footing.
• Do not store a spare LP gas tank under or near this appliance.
• The use of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs may
impair the ability to properly assemble or safely operate the
appliance.
• Never use charcoal, lighter fluid, lava rocks, gasoline, kerosene,
or alcohol within this product.
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable liquids or vapors
within 25 feet (7.6m) from this appliance.
• Minimum clearance from sides and back of unit to combustible
construction: 3 feet from side and 3 feet from back. Do not use
this appliance under overhead combustible surface.
CAUTION! HOT SURFACE AND PARTS
During operation some parts of the barbecue can become very
hot, particularly those close to the fire bowl.
Possible consequences:
• Severe burns from touching parts near the fire bowl.
• Fire or smouldering fire if flammable materials or substances are
near the barbecue.
Safety measures prior to using the barbecue:
Select a place to set up the barbecue so that:
• There are not, and will not be, flammable material or substances
nearby. Minimum distance to material or substances: No
overhead obstruction above and 1m to the side. Distance to
highly flammable materials or substances, e.g. walls: min. 1m.
• The barbecue is positioned firmly on a sufficiently large surface
area. It must not be moved during operation.
Safety measures during barbecuing:
• Wear protective barbecue gloves.
• Never leave the hot barbecue unattended.
TAKE PARTICULAR CARE TO ENSURE THAT CHILDREN AND PETS
ARE KEPT AWAY FROM THE BARBECUE.
• Never fit the gas bottle right to next the barbecue. Always place
the gas bottle at the left hand rear or of the appliance. The
gas bottle should be sited as far away from the appliance as
possible without straining the hose. No part of the hose should
touch any part of the appliance.
CAUTION! GAS IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE
Liquid gas is highly flammable and explosive.
Possible consequences:
• Serious personal injury or damage to property if escaping gas
ignites in and environment in which it is not controlled.
Safety measures:
• Only use the barbecue outdoors and ensure that the area is well
ventilated.
• Protect the gas bottle and the gas hose from direct sunlight
and other heat sources (max. 50degree C). Take special care
to ensure that the gas hose does not touch any part of the hot
barbecue.
• DO NOT place the gas bottle on the lower shelf, as it is too near
the burner.
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• DO NOT lean over the barbecue when igniting the gas flame.
• Close the valve on the gas bottle after each use: (Turn the valve
clockwise). Also turn off the control knobs (Turn knob fully
clockwise).
• Never leave the hot barbecue unattended. If the flame
extinguishes, relight immediately or cut off the supply from the
gas bottle.
• When connecting the gas bottle, ensure that there are no
ignition sources within a 5m radius. Take special care not
to light any naked flames, do not smoke or switch on electric
appliances (devices, lights, door bells), etc (sparkover possible).
• Before each use, check to ensure that all connections through
which gas is supplied are sealed and intact.
• If necessary, ensure that you replace the hose to meet with
national requirements. (Always use hose-clips to secure the hose
to the regulator and BBQ).
If the connections for the gas supply are porous or faulty, the
barbecue must not be used. This also applies, for example, to
hoses or fittings that may have become blocked, as this can lead
to a dangerous flashback.
Assembly
Do not use this product if parts are missing, damaged or worn.
Never use scourers, abrasive or chemical cleaners.
When you are ready to start, make sure that you have the right
tools, plenty of space and a clean, dry area for assembly.
Check the pack and make sure you have all the parts listed.
During assembly children should be kept away from the product
due to possible risk of injury.
Ensure that this product is fully assembled as illustrated before
use.
Check all screws and bolts are tightened regularly.
Tools not included.
Please refer to the parts list and assembly diagram as necessary.
Assembly of the barbecue involves many large components; it is
advisable to have two people assemble the unit.
Please use protective gloves when assembling this product.
To avoid losing any small component or hardware, assemble
your product on a hard level surface that does not have cracks
or openings.
To avoid damage to soft floor or carpet, do not assemble or
move the appliance on soft floor or carpet.
Follow all steps in order to properly assemble your product.
Make sure all the plastic protection rip off before assembling.
Do not force parts together as this can result in personal injury
or damage to the product.
When applicable, tighten all hardware connections by hand
first, once the step is completed, go back and full tighten all
hardware.
Please read these instructions carefully before assembly and
use.
Caution: Whilst every effort has made in manufacture of your
barbecue to remove any sharp edge, you should handle all
components with care to avoid accidental injury.
CAUTION! GAS DISPLACES OXYGEN
Liquid gas is heavier than oxygen. Therefore it settles on the
ground and displaces the oxygen at that level.
Possible consequences:
• Suffocation resulting from a lack of oxygen if the gas
concentration is allowed to rise sufficiently.
Do not use the barbecue unless it’s completely assembled and all
parts are securely fastened and tightened.
Do not leave a lit barbecue unattended, especially keep children
and pets away from barbecue at all times.
Do not move the appliance during use.
Never cover the entire cooking area.
Never obstruct the ventilation openings of the container
compartment.
Do not use power tools to construct this product.
Do not over tighten screws or bolts.
Do not tighten screws until fully assembled.
Do not sit or stand on the product.
Do not use this product if parts are missing,
damagedor worn.
Never use scourers, abrasive or chemical cleaners.
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Operational Elements:
B
A
G1
G2
12
Control Panel
G4
C
Function
Note
5
G3
Connecting and disconnecting the gas bottle
Parts and tools needed
1
G1
G5
G2
3
The tube shall be readily visible across its entire length for
inspection after installation.
G4
DANGER! IGNITION OF ESCAPING GAS
Possible consequences:
Safety measures:
Use a standard leak detector to ensure all
connections are tight.
Confirm all barbecue control knobs are in the off position.
Open the gas control valve on gas cylinder. Check for leaks by
brushing soap solution 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 out of any of the tank there is a leak. If the
connection is not sealed, immediately close the bottle valve
(turn the operating level G2 to the 3 o clock position) and tighten
the connection or replace the leaking part. Repeat the leak test
annually, and whenever the gas cylinder is repaired or
replenished.
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Connecting and disconnecting the gas bottle
Shutting off the gas bottle (Fig.2)
2
G1
G2
3
G4
G3
7
Operation
G1
B
G2
A
12
Control Panel
G4
C
Starting up the barbecue
End of cooking session
After each cooking session, turn the barbecue control knob
burners to the “Max” position and burn for 5 minutes.
This procedure will burn off cooking residue, thus making
cleaning easier. Make sure the hood is open during this process.
When you have finished using your barbecue, turn all the
control valves fully clockwise to the “OFF” position, then switch
off the gas at the bottle. Wait until the barbecue is sufficiently
cool before closing its hood.
Tips for better cookouts and longer barbecue life
1, Use the upper cooking grid (warming rack) for keeping
cooked food warm, toasting breads or cooking delicate foods
in aluminum foil pouches.
2, Use the side burner of this appliance like a normal kitchen
range for boiling, sautéing or frying.
3, To reduce flare-up, keep barbecue clean, use lean cuts of
meat and avoid cooking on very high temperature.
4, Place delicate foods like fish and vegetables in aluminum foil
pouches and indirect cook or place on upper cooking levels
(warming rack).
5, To avoid losing natural juice, use long handled tongs or
spatulas instead of forks and turn foods over just once during
cooking.
6, When direct cooking adjust your burners to different levels so
foods can be prepared to different internal temperatures in the
same time frame.
7, Try water pans to reduce flare-ups and cook juicer meats.
Before starting barbecue remove cooking grids and place a
heavy duty shallow pan directly on heat plates. Fill half way
with water, fruit juices or other flavored liquids. Replace
cooking grids and position food over the loaded pan.
8, Rotisseries, grill baskets, vertical poultry holders and other
accessories can enhance your experiences, reduce cooking
time and aid in clean-up.
9, Clean cooking grids and racks after every use with a quality
grill bush designed for your grid material.Wear protective
gloves and gently remove the build-up while grids are hot.
10, After every use, allow barbecue to cool down. Then protect
clean cooking grids with a light coat of cooking oil, empty
grease pan, wipe outside surfaces with a suitable kitchen
cleaner and protect surfaces with a quality cover that
properly fits your barbecue.
Caution:
Switching on the side burner:
Switching off the barbecue:
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Cleaning and maintenance
Regularly clean your barbecue between uses and
especially after extended periods of storage.
Ensure the barbecue and its components are sufficiently cool
before cleaning.
Never douse the barbecue with water when its surfaces are hot.
Never handle hot parts with unprotected hands.
The electrode on the burner can be bent or may snap off
during cleaning.
Possible consequences:
• Burner no longer light.
Safety measures:
• Take special care when cleaning the area around the burner
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.
1. Cooking Grill
Clean with hot soapy water. To remove any food residue, use a
mild cream cleaner on a non-abrasive pad. Rinse well and dry
thoroughly.
2. Burner Maintenance
In normal usage, burning off the residue after cooking will keep
the burner clean. The burner should be removed and cleaned
annually, or whenever heavy build-up is found, to ensure that
there are no signs of blockage (debris, insects) in either the
burner portholes or the venture tubes. Use a pipe cleaner to
clear obstructions. A wire brush can be used to remove corrosion
from the burner surfaces.
When refitting the burner, be careful to check that the venture
tubes of the burner fit over the valve outlets.
CAUTION!
ELECTRODE ON BURNER CAN BE BENT
Possible consequences:
Safety measures:
3. 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.
4. Fixings
Annual checking and tightening of metal fixings is recommended.
5. Storage
Store your barbecue in a cool dry place. Cover the burners with
aluminum foil in order to prevent insects or other debris from
collecting in burner holes. If the barbecue is to be stored indoors,
the gas cylinder must be disconnected and left outside.
The gas cylinder should always be stored outside, in a dry,
well-ventilated area, away from any sources of heat or ignition.
Do not let children near the gas cylinder.
Environment information and disposal measures
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Burner will not light Battery needs to be charged
W ires or Elect rode cover ed with
using igniter
cooking residue
Electrode and burners are wet
Electr ode cracked or broken –
sparks at crack
W ire loose or disconnected
W ire is shorting (Sparking
between igniter and elect rode)
Bad igniter
Burner will not light N o gas flow
with match
PREVENTION/CURE
Replace the A A battery. (Follow assembly instruction)
Clean wire and/or electr ode with rubbing alcohol
W ipe dry with cloth
Replace electrode
Reconnect wire or replace electrode/wir eassembly
Replace igniter wire/electrod e assembly
Replace igniter
Check if L P gas cylind er is empty. If empty, replac e or refill,
or else refer to “sudden drop in gas flow or reduc ed fl ame
height”
Coupling nut and regulato r not T urning the coupli ng nut about one-half to three quarters
fully connected
additi onal turn until solid stop. Tighten by hand only, D o not
use tool s.
Obs truction of gas flo w
Clear burner tubes, check for bent or kinked hose.
Spid er webs or insect nest in Clean v enturi
v enturi
Burner ports clogged or blocked Clean burner ports
Out
of gas
Replace or ref ill LP gas cylinder
Sudden drop in gas
Exces
s
flow,
safety
device
may
T urn control knobs to “O F F ”, wait 30 seconds and light
flow or reduced
hav
e
been
activated
barbecue. If flames are still too low, reset the exce ssiv e flow
flame height
safety devic e by turning control knobs “O FF ” and L P gas
cy linder v alve to “C L OSED”. Disc onnect regulat or. Turn
control knobs to “H IG H ”, wait 1 minute. T hen turn control
knobs to “OFF”, and reconnect regulator and leak check
connections . Slowly turn L P gas cylinde rv alve to “OPEN”,
wait 30 seconds and then light barbecue per lighting
instructions.
Irregular flame
Burner ports are clogg ed or Clean burner ports.
pattern, flame does blocked
not run the full
length or burner
Flame is yellow or N ew burner may hav e residual Burn barbecue for 15 minutes with the lid closed
manufac turing oils
orange
Spider webs or insect nest in Clean venturi
v enturi
Foo d
residue,
grease
or Clean burner
seasoning salt on burner
Poor alignment of v alve to As sure burner ven turi is properly engaged with injector
injector v enturi
H igh or gusting winds
D o not use barbecue in high winds
Lo w on L P Gas
Replace or ref ill L P gas cylinder
Excess flow valve tripped
Adjust (lower) temperature accordingly
Grease trapped by food buil dup Turn control knobs to “O F F ”, T urn L P gas tank v alve to
around burner system
“CLOSED”. Leave lid in closed position and let fire burn out.
After barbecue cools, remove and clean all parts
Flashback (fire in
Burner and/or burner tubes are Clean burner and/or burner tubes
blocked
burner tube(s)
Inside of lid is peeling The lid is stainless steel, not Baked on grease bui ldup has turned to carbon and is flaking
painted
off. Clean thoroughly.
(like paint peeling)
Flame blow out
Persistent grease
fire
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Fixtures and Fittings
Components supplied (not actual size)
Ref
1
2
3
4
5
Description
Warming rack
Cooking grid
Flame tamers
Cart front panel
Side burner rack
Components supplied (not actual size)
Visual
Ref
Qty
Description
Visual
Qty
1
2
4
9
Lid assembly
1
10
Grease cup
1
11
Grease cup hanger
1
12
Wheel
2
13
Wheel cap
2
14
Right leg
1
1
1
6
7
8
Right side table
Handle with hook
Left side table
1
15
Left leg
1
16
Plastic leg stand
2
17
Bottom panel
1
1
11
1
0
10
Fixtures and Fittings
20
30
Fittings supplied (actual size)
Ref
A
Dimensions
Visual
Qty
M5x12
8
40
50
60
B
ST5x8
8
70
80
C
M4x10
2
90
100
M10x75
D
110
2
D10
120
M10
130
E
Control knob
and bezel
1
140
150
160
170
180
190
200
210
220
230
240
250
260
12
270
280
mm
Getting to know your product
1
5
2
9
3
7
8
6
E
11
4
15
16
13
14
10
17
13
12
1
15
16
2
D
14
13
12
13
Dx2
10x75
not
supplied
14
3
B
17
B
B x4
5x8
not
supplied
4
B
4
B
B x4
5x8
not
supplied
15
5
9
9
6
9
A
A
Ax4
5x12
not
supplied
16
7
8
8
6
8
6
17
9
A
A
Ax2 5x12
not
supplied
10
A
A
Ax2 5x12
not
supplied
18
11
6
8
Right side
Left side
not
supplied
12
not
supplied
19
13
C
EE
Cx2 4x10
not
supplied
14
5
m
5m
3~
20
15
not
supplied
16
Pre-installed
8
7
not
supplied
21
17
11
10
!
18
3
22
“Ensure the grease cup and
hanger are sufficiently cool
before cleaning"
19
2
20
1
23
21
!
24
・ Lid must be fully slid out when
burner is on or hot.
· Maximum weight on the open
burner lid: 4.5 kg / 10 lb
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