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GAS GRIDDLE INSTRUCTIONS
MODEL: PGG6
MODEL: PGG7
VALIDATE WARRANTY
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
CONVERSION INSTRUCTIONS
TECHNICAL DATA
PARTS LIST
SPARES LIST
WARRENTY INFORMATION
Customer Information
MODEL NUMBER:
SERIAL NUMBER:
PURCHASE DATE:
DISTRIBUTOR:
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Validate Warranty
It is now even easier to validate your warranty. This can either be done by
returning the warranty card supplied with every product or alternatively you can
log onto our website at
http://www.parry.co.uk/contact-us/product-warranty-registration
and fill out our warranty form and submit it directly to us in seconds.
PLEASE NOTE THAT FAILURE TO RETURN A WARRANTY CARD WILL
RESULT IN PARRY BEING UNABLE TO SEND AN ENGINEER TO CARRY
OUT WARRANTY WORK
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT, PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS FULLY BEFORE USE
THIS APPLIANCE IS ONLY FOR PROFESSIONAL USE AND MUST ONLY BE
USED BY QUALIFIED PEOPLE.
Attention should be drawn to the fact that parts of this unit by necessity, will get
VERY HOT, and will cause burns if touched accidentally. Therefore it is the
responsibility of the supervisor or equivalent to provide SUITABLE PROTECTIVE
CLOTHING for the user.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE FITTED AND TESTED BY A REGISTERED
FITTER BEFORE USE.
The unit should be installed in compliance with the INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS and the NATIONAL REGULATIONS in force at the time.
Particular attention should be paid to the Gas Safety (Installation and Use)
Regulations and the Health and Safety at Work Act.
Each appliance requires a flow of fresh air for combustion. Under no
circumstances should air vents on the appliances, or air vents installed by the
fitter in the room of the appliance to supply combustion air, be altered or omitted
in any way.
To prevent shocks, all appliances whether gas or electric, must be earthed.
ANY GAS CONVERSIONS NEEDED TO BE MADE TO THE PRODUCT MUST
BE CARRIED OUT BY A CORGI REGISTERED ENGINEER
To avoid scratching the highly polished exterior surface of this equipment whilst
in transit, the protective film on the exterior surfaces has NOT been removed.
It is IMPORTANT that this protective film is peeled off before the equipment is
used.
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MODEL
PGG6 & PGG7 GAS GRIDDLE
The products stated above are designed and built to comply with the following
standards:
BS EN 203-1
BS EN 203-2-9
The products have been CE-marked in compliance with the European Gas
Directive (90/396/EEC)
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
ALL APPLIANCES MUST BE FITTED AND OR CONVERTED BY A
REGISTERED INSTALLER, IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT
REGULATIONS.
INSTALLATION
1. Appliances are supplied in for use with either Natural Gas or LPG. Natural
Gas appliances have an LPG conversion kit included as standard.
2. All appliances must not be installed on or against any combustible surface.
3. Clearances around appliances must be:
1. CEILING/SHELF
2. REAR
3. SIDES
900mm
75mm
NIL
It should be noted that the sides of the appliance will get hot and appliances with
components sensitive to heat, should not be placed directly next to the unit.
4. During installation provision must be made for combustion air supply to the
appliance, which enters the appliance through the base and rear of the
appliance, this should not be blocked at any time. SEE TECHNICAL
DETAILS.
5. Appliances are designed to be installed, and fitted on a Parry stand for
stability. If they are fitted on any other surface they should be suitably
secured.
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6. Connection to the appliance is by ½” BSPT at the rear of the appliance.
7. Pressure test point is located at rear of appliance.
8. The low rate adjuster is factory set and sealed for natural gas. If a unit needs
to be converted a qualified engineer must reseal the low rate adjuster after
conversion.
9. Remove all protective film before use.
10. Ensure whoever is operating the appliance is fully conversant with its
operation and aware of dangers involved in incorrect operation and cleaning,
especially the danger of burns or scalds from the cooking medium and hot
surfaces of working areas.
11. These appliances are to be installed with sufficient ventilation to prevent the
occurrence of unacceptable concentrates of substances harmful to health in
the room in which they are installed.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FITTING INSTRUCTIONS SEE INSTALLATION SECTION.
ALL GRIDDLES ARE FITTED WITH FLAME FAILURE DEVICE FOR SAFETY
AND SPARK IGNITION FOR EASE OF LIGHTING
TO LIGHT BURNER:
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1. Turn knob to
position
2. Push knob in and ignite gas by pressing ignition button to left of the on/off
knob.
3. Keep ON/OFF knob pressed in for 15-20 seconds. Check gas is lit by looking
through the sight-hole on the front panel of the appliance.
4. Release ON/OFF knob, gas should stay lit, if gas goes out repeat (2) the pilot
is now on. If the unit fails to light within 1 minute abort the lighting process for
at least 2 minutes to allow gas to disperse.
5. Turn knob anti-clockwise to obtain main gas
. The lowest setting has been
set at the factory and sealed. This must not be adjusted by user.
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6. To turn burner off, turn knob in a clockwise direction all the way round to
7. We advise that the appliance should not be left unattended when switched on.
8. The appliances are designed for professional use by qualified people only.
9. There are no user serviceable parts.
10. Clean outer casing with warm soapy water. Do not use scouring pads.
It is recommended that Griddles be run on full gas after ignition for 10 minutes,
then adjust as necessary to obtain correct cooking temperature.
To remove any residue use a scraper several times a day after cooking. Scaling
will result if this is not done. Empty the fat drawer and clean every day.
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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE MUST ONLY BE UNDERTAKEN BY
REGISTERED FITTERS.
Parry advise that regular annual maintenance should be conducted by a Gas
Safe registered engineer. This is essential to maintain safety and prolong life of
the appliance.
PLEASE NOTE THE LOW RATE ADJUSTER ON THE UNIT HAS BEEN
FACTORY SET AND SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED UNLESS BY A
QUALIFIED ENGINEER IN WHICH CASE THE LOW RATE ADJUSTER
SHOULD BE RE-SEALED.
To facilitate maintenance it is recommended that the fascia is removed. To do
this, take off the control knobs and remove 2 screws from the underside of the
fascia panel.
Remove the nut from the underside of the griddle plate. The plate can then slide
forwards and be lifted off after withdrawing thermostat phials from underside of
plate.
Thoroughly clean the burner and burner chamber.
Carefully clean the thermocouple probe, the ignitor, electrode and pilot jet.
Reconnect the gas supply and check for gas soundness.
Check that the flame safety device is operating by shielding the probe from the
pilot flame until the device operates.
Check that the spark ignites the gas.
Thoroughly clean the plate and fat chute, and drawer.
Replace the thermostat phial to its correct position and fasten the plate down to
the body by tightening the nut.
Refit fascia panel with the 2 screws and re-attach the control knobs.
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REPLACING FAULTY COMPONENTS
Disconnect from gas and remove fascia panel.
To replace the ignitor lead –
Pull the lead from the generator body, ignitor and electrode and push the new
lead onto the terminals. Ensure that the lead is routed to avoid direct contact with
the burner flame and any hot surfaces.
To replace the spark generator body –
The generator is held on the front panel by a back nut. It is recommended that a
new ignitor lead is fitted when replacing the generator.
To replace thermocouple –
Undo the nut holding the thermocouple at the rear of the gas cock and undo the
nut at pilot burner. Remove the faulty thermocouple.
Push the new thermocouple gently into the gas cock and tighten the nut. Do not
over-tighten.
Fit the probe into the pilot burner and tighten the nut.
To replace the combined flame safety/gas cock unit –
Undo the union at gas cock
Undo and remove the nut holding the thermocouple to the rear of the gas cock
and remove gas cock knob.
Undo and remove pilot supply from the tap.
Remove thermostat phial from plate if not already done so.
The gas cock is held on the float rail by a saddle bracket with two screws.
Remove the screws and the faulty tap.
Refit the new unit ensuring that the loose spigot is pushed firmly into its housing
and seat the rubber washer in the recess provided. Refit the saddle bracket and
tighten the two screws.
Reconnect gas feed to injector and gas cock and tighten
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Refit pilot supply
Refit thermocouple and tighten do not over tighten
Refit thermostat phial to plate.
Reconnect gas supply and soundness test
Check flame failure device is operating
Refit fascia and cooking plate.
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CONVERSION INSTRUCTIONS
This conversion must be carried out by a competent qualified person.
Natural to LPG
1. Remove fascia panel (2 screws underneath)
2. Remove fascia panel and disconnect ignition leads
3. Disconnect the gas feed at injector elbow.
4. Unscrew and remove aerator
5. Undo the back nut holding the injector elbow to the burner and remove
6. Remove natural injector and replace with the LPG injector issued
7. Re-assemble in the reverse order, refit the aerator.
8. Replace the existing labels and data plate with the LPG labels provided.
9. Low rate screw is on front L/H side of tap.
10. Low rate must be adjusted by inserting a small flat screwdriver and turning
clockwise to the stop. This must only be done by a qualified corgi
engineer, and as this setting has been factory sealed. Any alterations must
be resealed.
LPG to Natural
1. Remove fascia panel (2 screws underneath)
2. Remove fascia panel and disconnect ignition leads
3. Disconnect the gas feed at injector elbow.
4. Unscrew and remove aerator
5. Undo the back nut holding the injector elbow to the burner and remove
6. Remove LPG injector and replace with the natural injector issued
7. Re-assemble in the reverse order, refit the aerator.
8. Replace the existing labels and data plate with the natural labels
provided.
9. Low rate screw is on front L/H side of tap.
10. Low rate must be adjusted by inserting a small flat screwdriver and
turning clockwise to the stop. This must only be done by a qualified
corgi engineer, and as this setting has been factory sealed. Any
alterations must be resealed.
Model
Injector Code
PGG6
Butane G30 @28mbar 11.2” W.G.
INJECT082
Propane G31 @ 37mbar 14.8” W.G.
PGG6
Nat Gas G20 @ 20mbar 8” W.G.
INJECT130
Nat Gas G25 @ 25mbar 10” W.G.
PGG7
Butane G30 @28mbar 11.2” W.G.
INJECT099
Propane G31 @ 37mbar 14.8” W.G.
PGG7
Nat Gas G20 @ 20mbar 8” W.G.
INJECT150
Nat Gas G25 @ 25mbar 10” W.G.
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TECHNICAL DETAILS
MODEL PGG6 GRIDDLE
Per Burner (All figures are NET)
GAS
OPERATING PRESSURE
NATURAL G20
20mb/8”
W.G.
BUTANE G30
29mb/11.2” W.G.
PROPANE G31
37mb/14.8” W.G.
G25
25mb/10” W.G.
GAS RATE
M³/HR
NATURAL G20 0.254 M³/HR
BUTANE G30 0.087 M³/HR
PROPANE G31 0.112 M³/HR
G25 @ 25mb
0.318 M³/HR
AIR FLOW RATE FOR
COMBUSTION 20m³/HR
FT³/HR
8.970 FT³/HR
3.072 FT³/HR
3.938 FT³/HR
11.230 FT³/HR
3.18M³/HR
Total Unit (All figures are NET)
GAS
OPERATING PRESSURE
NATURAL G20
20mb/8”
W.G.
BUTANE G30
29mb/11.2” W.G.
PROPANE G31
37mb/14.8” W.G.
G25
25mb/10” W.G.
GAS RATE
M³/HR
NATURAL G20 0.509 M³/HR
BUTANE G30 0.174 M³/HR
PROPANE G31 0.223 M³/HR
G25 @ 25mb
0.636 M³/HR
AIR FLOW RATE FOR
COMBUSTION 20m³/HR
FT³/HR
17.975 FT³/HR
6.145 FT³/HR
7.875 FT³/HR
22.460 FT³/HR
6.36 M³/HR
TOTAL HEAT INPUT
2.400 KW = 8190Btu/h
2.806 KW = 9572Btu/h
2.726 KW = 9300 Btu/h
2.584 KW = 8816Btu/h
LB/HR
KG/HR
0.452 LB/HR
0.433 LB/HR
0.205 KG/HR
0.196 KG/HR
TOTAL HEAT INPUT
4.810 KW = 16412 Btu/h
5.611 KW = 19145 Btu/h
5.451 KW = 18599 Btu/h
5.168 KW = 17632 Btu/h
LB/HR
KG/HR
0.903 LB/HR
0.865 LB/HR
0.410 KG/HR
0.392 KG/HR
INJECTORS
Natural G20 = INJECT130
Butane G30 = INJECT082
Propane G31 = INJECT082
G25 @ 25mb = INJECT130
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PARTS LIST PGG6
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
14
PART
Float Rail
Flame Safety/ Gas Cock
8mm
Burner
Burner Box
Thermocouple
Spark Electrode
HT Cable
Piezo Sparker
Saddle Bracket
Gas Cock Knob
Aerator
Flue Cover
Low Rate Adjuster
Injector PGG6 Natural
Injector PGG6 LPG
PART CODE
NUMBER OFF
600CHARGRILL X1
GASTAP8/1
X2
BURNER001
BBOX2GRID
MBETCASSY
MBETCASSY
CABLHT500
PIEZOISP1
BRACKET01
KNOBPHEN
AIRGRIDNG
INJECT130
INJECT082
X2
X1
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X1
X1
X2
X2
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TECHNICAL DETAILS
MODEL PGG7 GRIDDLE
Per Burner ( All figures are NET)
GAS
OPERATING PRESSURE
NATURAL G20
20mb/8”
W.G.
BUTANE G30
29mb/11.2” W.G.
PROPANE G31
37mb/14.8” W.G.
G25
25mb/10” W.G.
GAS RATE
M³/HR
NATURAL G20 0.368 M³/HR
BUTANE G30 0.110 M³/HR
PROPANE G31 0.110 M³/HR
G25 @ 25mb
0.425 M³/HR
AIR FLOW RATE FOR
COMBUSTION 20m³/HR
FT³/HR
12.944 FT³/HR
3.884 FT³/HR
3.884 FT³/HR
15.007 FT³/HR
150.07 FT³/HR
Total Unit ( All figures are NET)
GAS
OPERATING PRESSURE
NATURAL G20
20mb/8”
W.G.
BUTANE G30
29mb/11.2” W.G.
PROPANE G31
37mb/14.8” W.G.
G25
25mb/10” W.G.
GAS RATE
M³/HR
NATURAL G20 0.736 M³/HR
BUTANE G30 0.220 M³/HR
PROPANE G31 0.220 M³/HR
G25 @ 25mb
0.850 M³/HR
AIR FLOW RATE FOR
COMBUSTION 20m³/HR
FT³/HR
25.988 FT³/HR
7.768 FT³/HR
7.768 FT³/HR
30.014 FT³/HR
300.14FT³/HR
HEAT INPUT
3.549 KW = 12110Btu/h
3.354 KW = 11443Btu/h
2.564KW = 8747Btu/h
3.51 KW = 11975Btu/h
LB/HR
KG/HR
0.575 LB/HR
0.444 LB/HR
0.261 KG/HR
0.202 KG/HR
HEAT INPUT
7.098 KW = 24221Btu/h
6.707 KW = 22885Btu/h
5.127 KW = 17494Btu/h
7.02 KW = 23951 Btu/h
LB/HR
KG/HR
1.150LB/HR
0.888 LB/HR
0.523 KG/HR
0.404 KG/HR
INJECTORS
Natural G20 = INJECT150
Butane G30 = INJECT099
Propane G31 = INJECT099
G25 @ 25mb = INJECT150
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PARTS LIST PGG7
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
14
PART
Float Rail
Flame Safety/ Gas Cock 8mm
Burner
Burner Box
Thermocouple
Spark Electrode
HT Cable
Piezo Sparker
Saddle Bracket
Gas Cock Knob
Aerator
Flue Cover
Low Rate Adjuster
Injector PGG7 Natural
Injector PGG7 LPG
PART CODE
750GASGRID
GASTAP8/1
BURNER001
MBETCASSY
MBETCASSY
CABLHT500
PIEZOISP1
BRACKET01
KNOBPHEN
INJECT150
INJECT099
NUMBER OFF
X1
X2
X2
X1
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X1
X2
X2
X2
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SPARES LIST – PGG6 & PGG7
PART NO.
BURNER001
MBETCASSY
PIEZ01SP1
KNOBPHEN
GASTAP8/1
CABLHT500
750GASGRID
600CHARGRILL
BRACKET01
INJECT130
IN103-4
INJECT082
IN103-4
INJECT150
IN103-4
INJECT099
IN103-4
PART DESCRIPTION
BURNER ASSEMBLY (3) – LEFT OR RIGHT
THERMOCOUPLE ELECTRODE ASSY (5,6)
SPARK GENERATOR (8)
KNOB - PGG6, PGG7(10)
8MM TAP ASSEMBLY (2)
HT LEAD (7)
DRIP TRAY –/PGG6,PGG7
FLOAT RAIL PGG7 (1)
FLOAT RAIL PGG6 (1)
SADDLE BRACKET (9)
NATURAL CONVERSION KIT CONSISTS OF:
NATURAL INJECTOR-,PGG6, (14)
SET OF LABELS
INSTRUCTION PACK
LPG CONVERSION KIT CONSISTS OF:
LPG INJECTOR- PGG6, (14)
SET OF LABEL
INSTRUCTION PACK
NATURAL CONVERSION KIT CONSISTS OF:
NATURAL INJECTOR-PGG7, (14)
SET OF LABEL
INSTRUCTION PACK
LPG CONVERSION KIT CONSISTS OF:
LPG INJECTOR- PGG7, (14)
SET OF LABEL
INSTRUCTION PACK
PGG6
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X1
X1
X2
PGG7
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X2
X1
X1
X2
X2
X1
X1
X2
X1
X1
To place an spares order please contact our Official Spares Partners at
First Choice Catering Spares LTD
Contact them by telephone on 01543 577778
Or alternatively visit their website at http://www.firstchoice-cs.co.uk/
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X2
X1
X1
X2
X1
X1
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WARRANTY INFORMATION
WARRANTY POLICY
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The manufacturers warranty is only valid in the UK mainland & Northern
Ireland, Western Isles, Inner Hebrides and Islands are parts only warranty.
All service calls will be carried out between the hours of 8.00am – 5.00pm
Monday to Friday only.
We accept no responsibility for delays in replacing or repairing the
equipment due to circumstances beyond our control.
Your warranty can be immediately invalid if the installation of the
equipment has not been installed in accordance with the manufactures
instruction. (See installation details). Also the miss-use, alteration or
unauthorised repairs of the equipment will invalidate the warranty.
During the warranty period it is at Parrys discretion to repair or replace the
equipment.
Warranty only applies if the equipment has been used in a professional
manor following the manufactures instructions and maintenance guide
lines.
The warranty covers defects in the material and components failure only
we are not liable for trading loss, loss of perishable items, water damage,
loss due to injury or fire damage.
WARRANTY REQUEST
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Please ensure you have referred to the manufacturers’ instruction before
placing a warranty call. Or contact our warranty department on 01332
875665 for technical assistance. Please ensure you obtain the model
number before calling.
Please ensure you have read the section not covered under warranty to
avoid any unnecessary warranty charges.
If the problem with the machine can not be resolved please contact the
company that supplied you the machine.
(SERVICE CALLS CAN NOT BE PLACED DIRECT WITH PARRY)
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NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY
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Fault due to poor maintenance.
Resetting of equipment or circuit breakers.
Abuse of the equipment
Foil should never be used on racks
Blockages eg, drains, condensers, pumps etc
Lime scale related issues
Installed incorrectly
Access arranged for service call and engineer refused access or customer
not there.
No faults with the machine.
Setting up of equipment eg, dishwasher detergents, levelling and setting
up of doors on a 6 burner cooker.
Excessive carbon build up on griddle plates.
Over use of lava rock on the chargrills recommended use by Parry 2kg
only.
Faulty electrics – eg, customers plug socket, plug, wiring, junction box
fault, wrong fuse.
Any damages caused by the customer.
Lamps, glass, door gaskets, Perspex, baskets, knobs all perishable items
are not covered.
All of the above are not covered under our warranty policy. Any costs incurred
because of the above will be forwarded to the parties responsible for placing the
call.
Failure to pay any warranty charges will result in the customers warranty been
put on hold until the bill has been settled.
Any issues regarding the raised charges should be put in writing to our warranty
department for further investigation.
Parry Group Limited, Town End Road, Draycott, Derby, England DE72 3PT
www.parry.co.uk
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