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Delta 545 4 Burner
Barbecue
Model No. GM172-072
FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY - OPERATES ON LPG/ULPG
Retain these instructions for future use.
Important: The installer or seller must leave these instructions with the consumer.
4011-05/14
GENERAL INFORMATION
Contents
Specifications
Section
Page
Barbecue specifications can be found on the data label
attached to the door panel or the barbecue body.
General Information
2
Gas Cylinder Use & Safety
General Assembly
3
Lighting Procedure
4
This is a low pressure barbecue and must only be used
with the hose and regulator supplied. Your barbecue is
designed for use with 9Kg LPG cylinders.
Operating Procedure
5
Care And Maintenance
6
Exploded Diagram And Parts List
7-9
Assembly Instructions
10-20
Leak Test Instructions
21
Safe Locations
22
Warranty
23
The cylinder should be filled by a reputable gas supplier
and visually inspected and re-qualified at each filling.
Always keep cylinder in an upright position. Always close
the cylinder valve when the barbecue is not in use.
Do not subject the cylinder to excessive heat.
Never Store your Gas Cylinder Indoors.
If you store your barbecue indoors, ALWAYS disconnect the
cylinder first and store it safely outside. Cylinders must
be stored outdoors in a well ventilated area out of reach of
children, and must not be stored in a building, garage or
any other enclosed area.
WARNING
Gas Installation Codes
• Barbecues must be used in accordance with
New Zealand Standard 5601 “Gas Installations”.
Failure to comply with these instructions could result in a
fire or explosion which could cause serious bodily injury,
death or property damage.
•Barbecues for use with bottled gas are labelled LPG/ULPG.
Accessible parts may be very hot.
•Barbecues for use with natural gas are labelled ‘natural gas’ and must be installed by an authorised person. Check the gas type sticker attached to the barbecue.
Any modifications of this barbecue may be dangerous.
Clearances
Read instructions before using the barbecue.
Keep young children away.
Do not move this barbecue during use.
Turn off gas supply at the cylinder after use.
Minimum Clearances from combustible materials must be:
Rear - 600mm Sides - 600mm Above 600mm
Parts sealed by the manufacturer or their agent must not
be manipulated by the user.
Hose & Regulator Safety
This barbecue is only to be used and stored outdoors.
The regulator and hose assembly supplied with the
barbecue are suitable for LPG only.
Do not test for gas leaks with an open flame.
Never operate this barbecue wihout a regulator.
A gas regulator adjusted to have an outlet pressure of
2.75kPA is supplied for connection to the LPG cylinder.
The pressure regulator and hose assembly supplied
with the barbecue must be used. Replacement pressure
regulators and hose assemblies must be those specified by
the barbecue manufacturer.
If this information is not followed exactly a fire causing
When connecting the hose and regulator assembly to the
gas cylinder, take care to avoid unnecessary twisting or
kinking of the flexible hose.
1. Shut off gas to the barbecue at its source, if possible.
After the assembly has been secured, turn on the gas and
check for leaks by brushing a soap and water solution over
all connections.
If you are unable to correct the leak by tightening the
connections, turn off the gas and contact the supplier
immediately.
Always ensure the barbecue is kept away from flammable
materials and the gas cylinder clear of any heat source.
When changing over from an empty gas cylinder to a full
one make sure this procedure is carried out in a flame free
atmosphere.
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death or serious injury may occur. Do not store a spare
gas cylinder under or near this barbecue. Never fill the
cylinder beyond 85% full. This barbecue is only to be
used and stored outdoors.
If you smell gas
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open hood.
4. If odour continues immediately call your gas supplier or fire department.
Do not connect your barbecue to a gas cylinder
exceeding this capacity.
Never connect an unregulated gas cylinder to your
barbecue.
Read carefully before assembling and operating your
barbecue.
GENERAL INFORMATION
GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Location of your Barbecue
Connecting & Disconnecting to Gas Source
DO NOT use your barbecue in garages, porches, sheds,
breezeways, or other enclosed areas. Your barbecue is to
be used OUTDOORS. The barbecue is not intended to be
installed in or on recreational vehicles and/or boats and
should not be placed under any surface that will burn. Do
not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air
around the barbecue housing.
IMPORTANT:
Before connecting and disconnecting barbecue to gas
source, make sure burner controls are in ‘OFF’ position.
CAUTION: When the barbecue is not in use, the gas
must be turned off at the cylinder.
Check Barbecue for any Damage
Contact your supplier for assistance regarding replacement
of any damaged or missing parts. Do not operate a
barbecue that appears damaged. Barbecues for use with
gas cylinders are labelled ‘LPG’. Check labelling at the gas
connection on your barbecue.
Protect Children
Keep children away from barbecue during use and until
barbecue has cooled after you have finished. Do not allow
children to operate barbecue.
Always ensure that no sporting or physical activities are
carried out in close proximity to the barbecue during use
and while still hot.
Familiarise yourself with the general information and safety
guidelines located at the front of this manual.
Check:
1. T
he cylinder is filled. A sloshing sound will be heard
when shaken.
2. The burner controls are in the ‘OFF’ position.
Connecting
1. Ensure cylinder valve is in its full off position.
2. Check for any damage to either the cylinder connection
or the hose. NEVER attempt to use damaged equipment.
3. W
hen connecting the hose to the cylinder tighten the nut
to a positive stop by hand.
For Your Safety:
•Do not store or use petrol or other flammable liquids
in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
•D
o not store empty or full spare gas cylinders under
or near this or any other appliance.
•K
eep the gas hose away from hot surfaces and
protect from dripping grease. Avoid unnecessary
twisting of hose. Visually inspect the hose prior to
each use for cracks, excessive wear or other damage.
Replace the hose if necessary.
•N
ever test for gas leaks with a lit match or open
flame. Never light barbecue with hood closed or
before checking to ensure the burner tubes are fully
seated over gas valve orifices.
4. Open cylinder valve fully. If a leak can be heard at either
end of the hose turn cylinder off and tighten joint. Wait 5
minutes before re-testing and use a soapy water solution
to check the joint. If bubbles appear the connection will
need to be re-tightened.
Refer to P21 for more detailed instructions on connecting the appliance to the cylinder.
Disconnecting
1. Ensure the burner control is in the ‘OFF’ position.
2. Ensure cylinder valve is in the full off position.
For storage and cylinder exchange, disconnect hose at the
cylinder only, DO NOT disconnect hose from appliance.
IMPORTANT:
• Never lean over cooking surface when lighting.
•N
ever alter or modify the regulator or gas supply
assembly.
•This barbecue must not be used indoors.
• Ensure the barbecue is set up on a level and stable surface.
• Do not move the barbecue while in use or when hot. Remove the drip tray before moving.
The appliance control knob must be in the ‘OFF’ position
before opening the cylinder valve.
Nominal Hourly Gas Consumption
Gas Type
LPG/ULPG
Number of
BBQ Burners
Injector Size
BBQ Burner
Injector Size
Side Burner
Total Gas
Consumption
MJ/h
Gas
Pressure
kPa
4
Ø0.92mm
Ø0.75mm
59MJ/h
2.75 kPa
MJ/h each
12.65MJ/h
8.4MJ/h
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY
LIGHTING PROCEDURE
Regulator Safety Feature
Before lighting your barbecue for the first time, read the
instructions fully to ensure the barbecue is assembled
correctly and is ready for use.
All QCC regulators (the part that attaches to the gas
cylinder to regulate the flow of gas) have a safety feature
included that restricts gas flow in the event of a gas leak.
You can inadvertently activate this safety feature without
having a gas leak. This typically occurs when you turn on
the gas using the barbecue control knob before you turn on
the gas cylinder valve. If the gas regulator safety feature
activates, the barbecue will operate with reduced output as
gas flow is restricted.
These steps should be taken first to reset the gas regulator
safety device:
1. Ensure the barbecue hood is open.
2. Turn gas cylinder valve off.
3. Turn off all control knobs.
4. Disconnect the regulator from the gas cylinder.
5. Wait 30 seconds.
6. Reconnect the regulator to the gas cylinder.
7. Leak test the connection using a soapy water solution.
Ensure no bubbles appear before proceeding.
8. Slowly open the gas cylinder valve all the way. Do not put excessive force on the valve at the full open position, to avoid damaging the valve.
9. Light barbecue as per the instructions provided.
Remove all point-of-sale material from the barbecue.
Burner Operation & Ignition System Check
1. With cylinder valve in ‘OFF’ position press the electronic igniter button. Check for sparking to the burners.
2. If spark is not evident at the burner ignition point, check that the ignition lead is firmly attached to the control and sparker tip.
3. With sparking established turn the cylinder valve ‘ON’. Then push and turn a control knob anti-clockwise to HIGH whilst simultaneously pressing the igniter button.
4. If the burner fails to light after several attempts turn off gas supply at cylinder and inspect for obstructions to gas flow.
Side Burner
1. Lift up the lid and ensure it is always open when the burner is alight.
2. Push and turn the control knob anti-clockwise to HIGH whilst pressing the electronic ignitor.
3. If the burner fails to light after several attempts turn the control knob to OFF and wait a few minutes before attempting re-ignition.
IMPORTANT:
• Before connecting and disconnecting barbecue to gas source, make sure burner controls are in ‘OFF’ position.
• Caution: When the barbecue is not in use, the gas must be turned off at the cylinder.
• Important: The appliance control knob must be in the ‘OFF’ position before opening the cylinder valve.
• Subsequent burners will cross light.
• Check performance of burner prior to installing barbecue plates.
• Do not smoke when attempting to ignite the barbecue.
• Never use volcanic rock, heatbeads or other material.
• Always use protective gloves when handling hot components.
• Note: If for some reason, ignitor fails to produce a spark at the electrode, barbecue can be lit by a long barbecue match. With hood open insert lighted match into match lighting hole positioned on the side of the BBQ body. Push and turn a control knob to
‘HIGH’. Burner ignition can be checked through this hole.
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If re–ignition is necessary while the gas barbecue is still hot, you must wait for a minimum of 5 minutes before commencing to re–ignite (this allows accumulated gas fumes to clear).
Burner Operation & Ignition System Check
Problem
Burner will not ignite
Food is not cooking
or is taking too long
Possible Reason
Solution
Valve on cylinder is closed
Open valve on cylinder
Control knob is closed
Turn knob to high when lighting
Electronic igniter is faulty
Use a long barbecue match
Burner has gone out
Check that the gas bottle is not
empty and re-ignite the burner
Cooking surface was not given
enough time to warm up before the
food was applied
Remove the food and give the burner
time to warm the cooking surface
(5-10 minutes)
There is too much food on the
cooking surface
Cook smaller portions
OPERATING PROCEDURE
Burn Off Cooking Surfaces
We recommend operating your barbecue on its highest
setting for 15-20 minutes prior to first use. This aids
removing the oils used during manufacturing. Allow the
cooking surface to cool then we recommend seasoning
it before use. Season your cooking surface by coating
lightly with vegetable oil and bringing slowly up to a high
temperature (do not use olive oil as this burns off at a low
temperature). For best use your cooking surface should
be seasoned two or three times throughout each barbecue
season.
Preheating
It is necessary to preheat the barbecue for at least 5
minutes before cooking certain foods, depending on the
type of food and the cooking temperature. Food that
requires a low cooking temperature, needs only a period of
2-3 minutes preheating.
Cooking Temperatures
‘HIGH’ setting - Use this setting only for fast warm up, for
searing steaks and chops, and for burning food residue
from the grill plates after cooking is over. Rarely, if ever,
do you use the ‘HIGH’ setting for extended cooking.
‘MEDIUM’ setting (mid-way between ‘HIGH’ and ‘LOW’).
Use this setting for most grilling, and for cooking
hamburgers and vegetables.
‘LOW’ setting - Use this setting when cooking very lean
cuts such as fish.
These temperatures vary with outside temperature and the
amount of wind.
When using the temperature gauge in the hood of your
barbecue please note that it measures air temperature.
The air temperature inside your barbecue will never be as
hot as the temperature of the cooking surface.
Adjust the control knob to maintain the temperature around
the medium mark (approx. 200o to 230oC).
Approximate Cooking Time
The table below shows approximate cooking times with the
control set to ‘MEDIUM’ temperature.
Barbecue Roasts
Minutes
Chicken & Rare Beef (approx.)
45 minutes per Kg
Beef & Medium
Lamb (approx.)
60 minutes per Kg
Pork & Well Done
Beef/Lamb (approx.)
75 minutes per Kg
Refer to Care & Use Guidelines for more information.
IMPORTANT:
The side burner is designed for use with a wok or
cooking pot up to 200mm in diameter.
Use of larger pots may result in discolouration of the
finish.
The hood must be in the open position for lighting.
Do not smoke at any time when attempting to ignite
the barbecue burners.
Do not leave the barbecue unattended when alight.
Important: Never use all burners on high at the same
time when cooking with the hood down.
Roasting
For best results when roasting, the outer two burners
should be used on the low to medium setting. Use of the
high setting with the hood down may result in burnt food.
Remove the flat hotplate to help with heat circulation.
Preheat the barbecue for a few minutes. Place a roasting
rack or aluminium foil dish onto the ribbed hot plate and
place the meal to be roasted onto the rack or into the dish
and close the hood.
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CARE & MAINTENANCE
As with all appliances, proper care and maintenance will
keep them in top operating condition and prolong their life.
Your new gas barbecue is no exception. By following these
cleaning procedures on a timely basis, your barbecue will
be kept clean and working properly with minimum effort.
Spiders and small insects occasionally spin webs or make
nests in the burner tubes during warehousing and transit.
These webs can lead to a gas flow obstruction which could
result in a fire in and around the burner tubes.
This type of fire is known as ‘FLASH-BACK’ and can cause
serious damage to your barbecue and create an unsafe
operating condition for the user. Although an obstructed
burner tube is not the only cause of ‘FLASH-BACK’ it is the
most common cause and frequent inspection and cleaning
of the burner tubes is necessary.
Flash-Back
If fire occurs in and around the burner, immediately turn
off gas at its source and turn the burner control to ‘OFF’,
wait until the barbecue has cooled, then clean the burner
tubes and burner ports.
Cleaning the Grill Plates
After cooking, turn burner control to ‘OFF’ and let barbecue
cool before attempting to clean the grill plates. Before first
use and periodically, it is suggested that you wash the grill
plates in a mild soap and warm water solution. You can use
a wash cloth to clean your barbecue plates.
Care of Cooking Surface
Use and care of the cooking surface is important.
Do not overheat the cooking surface with the hood down or
no food on the cooking surface.
Cleaning the Drip Tray
To avoid fat or grease dripping from the barbecue remove
and empty the drip tray after each use. A small amount of
water can be placed in the drip tray before use to help with
fat removal. Wait until the drip tray is cool to touch before
disposing of contents.
The drip tray should be washed periodically in a mild
detergent and warm water solution.
Refer to Care & Use Guidelines for more information.
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IMPORTANT:
Beware of spiders and wasps. Burner tube should be
inspected and cleaned periodically.
To avoid any flare-ups, it is recommended that the drip
tray be checked and emptied regularly. Contents of the
drip tray may be very hot during cooking. If emptied
during extended cooking extreme caution should be
taken and direct contact by hand should be avoided at all
times. Allow to cool completely before disposing of the
contents.
EXPLODED DIAGRAM
Please note: The side panels on the model you have purchased are ¾ panels not full panels.
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PARTS LIST
Item
8
Description
Qty
Item
Description
Qty
1
Top lid assembly
1
24
Cart side Welding Assy (L)
1
2
Thermometer
1
25
Back Panel Assy
1
3
Handle Spacers
2
26
Upper Front Sheet Assy
1
4
Top lid handle
1
27
Front Single Door
1
5
Lid bumpers-back
2
28
Handle, Door
1
6
Lid bumpers-front
2
29
Bottom Shelf, Weldment
2
7
Burner box assembly
1
30
Bottom Front Sheel Assy
1
8
Burner
4
31
End Caps, Cart legs (R)
2
9
Electrode set, main burners
4
32
Wheel Cap
2
10
Gas Carry Overs
3
33
Wheel
2
11
Flame tamer-left
1
34
Wheel Axle
1
12
Flame tamer
1
35
Match holder
1
13
Cooking grate
1
36
Side Shelf weldment (right)
1
14
Cooking Plates
2
37
Fascia (right)
1
15
Warming rack
1
38
Side Shelf weldment(L)
1
16
Control panel
1
39
Fascia (L)
1
17
Valve assembly
1
40
Firebox, Sideburner
1
18
Control knob
4
41
Lid, Sideburner
1
19
Bezel, Knob
4
42
Side Burner
1
20
Electronic lgnitor
1
43
Electrode pole
1
21
Grease cup hook
1
44
Grate, Sideburner
1
22
Grease cup
1
45
Hardware pack
1
23
Cart side Welding Assy (R)
1
46
Manual
1
HARDWARE LIST
Item
Description
AA Battery
Qty
Item
Description
Qty
1
I
Venturi Clip
1
12
J
M4 Wing Nut
1
4
K
Axle Washer
1
12
L
Knob
1
2
M
Bezel, Knob
1
18
N
NO.10-24UNC x13 Screw
2
A
1/4”-20x1/2” Machine Screw
B
1 /4”-20x1-1/2” Machine Screw
C
1/4”-20 Flange Nut
D
NO.8-32x3/8” Machine Screw
E
#8-32X3/8” Sheet Metal Screw
F
7x15 Fiber Washer
8
O
ø 5 Lock Washer
2
G
Axle Spacer
2
P
ø 5 Washer
2
H
Hitch Pin
1
A
B
1/4"-20x1/2" MACHINE
SCREW X12
E
C
1/4"-20x1-1/2" MACHINE
SCREW X4
F
#8-32X3/8" SHEET METAL
SCREW X18
7x15 FIBER WASHER X8
VENTURI CLIP X1
Bezel, Knob X1
NO.8-32x3/8" MACHINE
SCREW X2
H
AXLE SPACER X2
K
M4 WING NUT X1
N
M
1/4"-20 FLANGE NUT X12
G
J
I
D
HITCH PIN X1
L
AXLE WASHER X1
O
NO.10-24UNC x13 Screw X2
Knob X1
P
Lock Washer X2
Washer X2
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Before assembling the barbecue, read these Instructions carefully.
Assemble the barbecue on a flat, clean surface.
The barbecue is heavy.
NOTE: Do not fully tighten all the nuts during the initial stages of assembly.
Caution: Sheet metal can cause injury. Wear gloves when assembling the barbecue.
Tools required: Philips head screwdriver (or cordless drill and bits).
Flat head screwdriver.
Adjustable spanner.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1
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10
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
5
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x4
6
12
G
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K
x2
x1
x1
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
7
8
FOR LEFT & RIGHT
A
x4
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
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10
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x2
x2
x2
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
11
12
FOR LEFT & RIGHT
A
C
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x6
x6
x6
15
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
13
A
C
F
x2
x2
x2
14
E
x6
16
FOR LEFT & RIGHT
FOR LEFT & RIGHT
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
15
M
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x1
x2
16
17
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
17
18
L
x1
18
I
J
x1
x1
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
19
20
19
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
21
22
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Step 23
Step 24
Attach the regulator to your gas cylinder.
Turn on the gas cylinder ensuring that all of the controls on
the BBQ are turned OFF at this point.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LIGHT THE BBQ!!.
Step 25
Step 26a
Use a solution of soapy water (dishwashing liquid and water
is fine). Brush it on or use a spray bottle as shown in the
drawing. Ensure the connections have a good coating.
If the connection is leaking, bubbles will start to grow in the
soapy solution. If this happens shut off the gas supply at
the cylinder.
Step 26b
Step 26c
Tighten the connections using a crescent then repeat steps 24-25.
The connection is gas tight when no bubbles grow around
the gas connection.
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SAFE APPLIANCE LOCATIONS
SAFE APPLIANCE LOCATIONS
This appliance shall only be used in an above ground open-air situation with natural ventilation, without stagnant areas,
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Any enclosure
convection.in which the appliance is used shall comply with the following:
An enclosure with walls on all sides, but at least one permanent opening at ground level and no overhead
Any enclosure in which the appliance is used shall comply with one of the following:
cover (see Example 1).
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all sides,
at least
one and
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Within a partial enclosure that includes an overhead cover and more than two walls, the following
Within a partial enclosure that includes an overhead cover and no more than two
will apply:
walls
(see
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the following will apply:
In the case of balconies, at least 20% of the total wall area shall be and remain open and unrestricted.
at least 25% of the total wall area is completely open, and
at least 30% of the remaining wall area is open and unrestricted (see Example 4 & 5).
In the case of balconies, at least 20% of the total wall area shall be and remain open and unrestricted.
DIAGRAMMATIC REPRESENTATIONS OF OUTDOOR AREAS
The following figures are diagrammatic representations of outdoor areas. Rectangular areas have been used in these figures –
The following figures are diagrammatic representations of outdoor areas. Rectangular areas have been used in these
the same principles apply to any other shaped area.
figures - the same principles apply to any other shaped area.
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SitroHamilton,
Group Australia
Pty Ltd www.sitro.com.au
Aber,
N.Z. www.gasmate.co.nz
Gasmate® is a registered trademark of:
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