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Pizza Oven with Light
• Deluxe outdoor oven for versatile cooking from cooking pizzas with a delicious wood fired
flavour to a beautifully cooked roast dinner
• Cooks up to 3 pizzas at a time
• Convenient electronic ignition
• Cool touch heat resistant handle
• Powerful 22MJ/h stainless steel burner
• Large viewing window with temperature gauge
• Easy clean vitreous enamel interior
• Tested to NZ Standards
• Operates on LPG
• Includes food safe ceramic pizza stone
Model No. PO106
FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY
Gasmate® is a registered trademark of: Sitro Group Australia Pty Ltd www.gasmate.com.au
Aber, Hamilton, N.Z.
www.gasmate.co.nz
Important: Retain these instructions for future use.
3189 05/11
CONTENTS
Section
General information
GENERAL INFORMATION
• Appliances must be used in accordance with
New Zealand Standard 5261 “Gas Installations”.
2-3
General assembly
4
Lighting procedure
4
Operating procedure
5
Care and maintenance
5
Important safeguards
6
Service and safety
7
Operating instructions
7
Electrical data
7
Assembly instructions
Gas Installation Codes
Page
• Appliances for use with bottled gas are labelled
‘LPG’.
Clearances
Minimum Clearances from combustible materials
must be:
Rear - 350mm Sides - 300mm Above - 600mm
Side clearances of 300mm must
be maintained to allow adequate
airflow for combustion.
Rear clearance of 350mm must be maintained
to avoid overheating surrounding surfaces.
Hose & Regulator Safety
8-10
Usage Tips
11
Safe appliance locations
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The regulator and hose assembly supplied with the
appliance are suitable for LPG only.
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 appliance
must be used. Replacement pressure regulators
and hose assemblies must be those specified by
the appliance manufacturer.
When connecting the hose and regulator assembly
to the gas cylinder, take care to avoid unnecessary
twisting or kinking of the flexible hose.
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 appliance 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.
Gas Cylinder Use & Safety
This is a low pressure appliance and must only be
used with the hose and regulator supplied. It is
designed for use with 9Kg LPG cylinders.
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.
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Location of your Appliance
Always close the cylinder valve when the appliance
is not in use. Do not subject the cylinder to
excessive heat.
DO NOT use in garages, porches, sheds,
breezeways or other enclosed areas. Your
appliance is to be used OUTDOORS and is not
intended to be installed in or on recreational
vehicles and/or boats and should not be placed
on any surface that will burn. Do not obstruct the
flow of combustion and ventilation air around the
outer housing. Side clearance must be 300mm.
Specifications
Specifications can be found on the data label
attached to body panel.
Never Store your Gas Cylinder Indoors.
If you store your appliance 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.
Check for any Damage
Contact your supplier for assistance regarding
replacement of any damaged or missing parts.
Do not operate an appliance that appears
damaged.
Protect Children
Keep children away during use and until the
appliance has cooled after you have finished. Do
not allow children to operate the appliance.
WARNING
Failure to comply with these instructions could
result in a fire or explosion which could cause
serious bodily injury, death or property damage.
Always ensure that no sporting or physical
activities are carried out in close proximity to the
appliance during use and while still hot.
Accessible parts may be very hot.
Keep young children away.
Any modifications to this appliance may
be dangerous.
Do not move this appliance during use.
Turn off gas supply at the cylinder after use.
For your safety:
Read instructions before using the appliance.
• Do not store or use petrol or other
flammable liquids in the vicinity of this or
any other appliance.
Parts sealed by the manufacturer or their
agent must not be manipulated by the user.
Never operate this appliance without
a regulator
• Do not store empty or full spare gas
cylinders under or near this or any other
appliance.
Do not test for gas leaks with an open flame
If this information is not followed exactly, a
fire causing death or serious injury may occur.
Do not store a spare gas cylinder under or
near this appliance. Never fill the cylinder
beyond 85% full. This appliance is only to be
used and stored outdoors.
• Ensure the gas hose is not in contact with
the appliance.
• Keep 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.
If you smell gas
1. Shut off gas to the appliance at its source,
if possible.
• Never test for gas leaks with a lit match or
open flame. Never light with the door closed
or before checking to ensure the burner tube
is fully seated over gas valve orifice.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open door.
4. If odour continues, immediately call your
gas supplier or fire department.
• Never alter or modify the regulator or gas
supply assembly.
Do not connect your appliance to a gas
cylinder exceeding 9kg capacity.
• This appliance must not be used indoors.
• Ensure the appliance is set up on a level
and stable surface.
Never connect an unregulated gas cylinder.
Read carefully before assembling and operating
your appliance.
• Do not move the appliance while in use or
when hot.
• Remove the drip tray before moving.
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GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Disconnecting:
Connecting & Disconnecting to
Gas Source
1. Ensure burner control is in the ‘OFF’ position.
Familiarise yourself with the general information
and safety guidelines located at the front of this
manual.
For storage and cylinder exchange, disconnect
hose at the cylinder only, DO NOT disconnect hose
from appliance.
2. Ensure cylinder valve is in the full off position.
Check:
LIGHTING PROCEDURE
1. The cylinder is filled. A sloshing sound will be
heard when shaken.
Burner Operation &
Ignition System Check
2. The burner control is in the ‘OFF’ position
1. Ensure cylinder valve is in its full off position.
1. With cylinder valve in ‘OFF’ position press the
electronic ignitor button. Check for sparking to
the burner.
2. Check for any damage to either the cylinder
connection or the hose. NEVER attempt to use
damaged equipment.
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. When connecting the hose to the cylinder
tighten the nut to a positive stop by hand
or spanner.
3. Open the door and ensure that it remains
open while lighting the burner.
Connecting:
4. With sparking established turn the cylinder
valve ‘ON’. Then push and turn the control
knob to ‘HIGH’ and press the ignitor button.
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.
5. If the burner fails to light after several attempts
turn off gas supply at cylinder and inspect for
obstructions to gas flow.
If re-ignition is necessary while the appliance is
still hot, you must wait for a minimum of
5 minutes before commencing to re-ignite
(this allows accumulated gas fumes to clear).
IMPORTANT
• Do not smoke when attempting to ignite
burner.
• Before connecting and disconnecting to gas
source, make sure burner control is in ‘OFF’
position.
• Always use protective gloves when handling
hot components.
• Caution: When the appliance is not in use,
the gas must be turned off at the cylinder.
• During use the side and top surfaces will
be HOT.
• Important: The appliance control knob must
be in the ‘OFF’ position before opening the
cylinder valve.
• Note: If for some reason, ignitor fails to
produce a spark at the electrode, appliance
can be lit by a long barbecue match. With
door open insert lighted match into the gap on
the front of the ceramic stone. Push and turn
control knob to ‘HIGH’. Burner ignition can be
checked through this gap.
• Be aware of the hot door if re-igniting after
use.
• Check performance of burner prior to
installing ceramic stone.
Nominal Hourly Gas Consumption
Gas Type
Number of
Burners
Injector Size
Main Burner
Total Gas
Consumption
MJ/h
Gas
Pressure
kPa
General
Product LPG
1
1.25mm
21 MJ/h
2.75 kPa
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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
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
Oven was not given enough time to
warm up before the food was applied
Remove the food and give the burner
time to pre-heat (5-15 minutes)
There is too much food on the
cooking surface
Cook smaller portions
IMPORTANT
• Warning: Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can cause
injury or property damage. Any modifications
or adjustments made to product without prior
authority from the manufacturer will void any
warranty claims. Read the installation,
operating and maintenance instructions
thoroughly before installing or servicing this
equipment.
• Note: If the appliance cannot be adjusted
to perform correctly it should not be used
until serviced or repaired.
• The door must be in the open position for
lighting.
• Do not smoke when attempting to ignite
burner.
• Do not leave the appliance unattended when
alight.
Flash-Back
Preheating
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.
It is necessary to preheat the appliance for at
least 15 minutes before cooking certain foods,
depending on the type of food and the cooking
temperature. Food that requires a low cooking
temperature needs a shorter period of preheating.
This type of fire is known as ‘FLASH-BACK’ and
can cause serious damage to your appliance 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.
Service
If the appliance cannot be adjusted to perform
correctly it should not be used until serviced or
repaired. Contact Aber for spare parts and service
information.
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 appliance
has cooled, then clean the burner tubes and
burner ports.
WARNING
Locate this appliance on a suitably sized
(minimum size 580W x 480D) sturdy bench
(minimum load capacity 50Kg).
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.
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OVEN LIGHT
To reduce the risk of personal injury or
damage to property, follow basic safety
precautions when using this product,
including the following:
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
• When storing the Product, gently wind the Cord
around the Cord Wrap if provided, otherwise
loosely coil the cord. Avoid wrapping the Cord
around the Product.
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING
THE PRODUCT. KEEP THE
INSTRUCTIONS HANDY FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE.
• Avoid contacting moving parts. Keep hands,
hair, and clothing, well away from the Product
while it is in operation.
Important: Always operate the Product
from a power source of the same Voltage,
Frequency and Rating as indicated on the
Product Identification Plate.
• DO NOT operate or place any part of this
Product on or near any hot surfaces such as
a gas flame, electric element, or let the Cord
hang over the edge of a table or bench.
• Close supervision is necessary when any
Electrical Product is used or operated near
children or infirm persons; DO NOT leave
the Product unattended when in use;
young children should be supervised to
ensure that they DO NOT play with the
Product.
• Avoid touching hot surfaces, use Handles or
Knobs.
• DO NOT use the Product for other than its
intended use as described in these instructions.
This Product is intended for Normal Domestic
Household Use only. The use of accessory
attachments other than those recommended by
the manufacturer may cause safety hazards.
• DO NOT operate any product which has
been/or appears damaged in any manner
or after the Product malfunctions, or is
dropped.
• The power supply must be supplied through a
residual device (RCD) having a tripping current
not exceeding 30mA.
• Always arrange the Cord so that it cannot
be pulled or tripped over.
• Only connect this product to a socket-outlet
having an earthing contact.
• DO NOT operate this Product immediately
below an electrical Socket Outlet.
• DO NOT operate the product with a damaged
cord or plug, or if oven malfunctions, or has
been damaged in any manner.
• If it is necessary to use an Extension Cord
with this Product, prior to its use, make
sure the Extension Cord is safe to use,
capable of handling the electrical load of
the Product (refer to Product Identification
Plate) and has been checked & tested
by an electricity supplier or qualified
technician.
• Never operate this product when your are
tired, drinking alcohol, taking drugs or if taking
medication that causes drowsiness.
• This product is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the product by a person
responsible for their safety.
• Avoid operating the Product on uneven
surfaces. Use only on flat, level and stable
surfaces.
• DO NOT disconnect the Product from
the Power Supply by pulling on the Cord.
Never move, carry or hang the Product by
the Cord.
• Pets and animals must be kept away from the
work area so as to avoid tripping dangers.
• Always arrange the Cord so that it cannot be
pulled or tripped over.
• DO NOT operate this Product in the
presence of explosive and/or flammable
liquid or fumes such as where aerosol
(spray) Products are being used or where
Oxygen is being administered.
• Never modify this Product as damage and
injury may occur, and this will void your
warranty.
• Check for damaged parts before operating this
Product.
• Avoid leaving the Product unattended when
in use.
• Keep power cord away from heat, oil, solvents
and sharp edges.
• Switch OFF and UNPLUG from Power Outlet
when not in use, allow to cool before
shifting the Product from one location to
another, and before cleaning.
• Check power cord for signs of damage before
each use. If damaged do not use.
• Power cord must only be replaced by an
authorised service facility.
• DO NOT use the product during inclement
weather, rain or damp conditions.
• Use only a ‘3’ core (earth pin) extension cord
with this Product.
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SERVICE & SAFETY
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
• This Product is shipped to you in a factory
sealed carton. Should the Product be damaged,
dropped, or malfunctions in any way, or its
Flexible Cord is damaged, return the complete
Product to the place of purchase.
1. Plug the Power Cord into a Power Outlet and
turn ON. To avoid damage to the Power cord,
make sure it is kept away from the Product
when in use.
2. When unattended, we recommend you
make sure the Product is turned OFF and
DISCONNECTED from the Power Supply.
• Always operate the Product as described in
these instructions.
3. When storing the Product, loosely coil the cord.
It is important to allow the Product to cool
before storage.
Important: In some Products the replacement
by the user of the Flexible Cord is not intended.
Special Tools are required to disassemble the
Product or to replace the Cord, or a special Cord
is required.
Important: Always operate the Product from a
power source of the same Voltage, Frequency and
Rating as indicated on the Product Identification
Plate.
Note: This transformer must only be used with
the light in your pizza oven.
ELECTRICAL DATA
IMPORTANT
CAUTION
This product is fitted with a sealed electrical
connection plug that is compatible with the
product, the mains supply for New Zealand and
meets the requirements of international standards.
This product must be connected to a supply voltage
that is equal to that stated on the rating label. If
the mains connection plug or power cord becomes
damaged it must be replaced with a complete
assembly that is identical to the original, and this
must be replaced by an authorised service centre.
Always follow the New Zealand requirements for
connection to the mains supply. If in doubt always
consult a qualified electrician.
DO NOT immerse the Product, its Flexible
Cord or Plug in water or any other liquid.
To reduce the risk of shock or damage to
the Product, DO NOT disassemble. No user
serviceable parts inside.
WARNING
To reduce risk of electric shock, DO NOT
IMMERSE the Product in any liquid, or use
the Product near baths, basins, swimming
pool, shower area or other vessels containing
water or other liquids, or when standing
in or on damp or wet surfaces. If any
Electrical product falls into water, UNPLUG it
immediately; DO NOT REACH INTO THE
WATER. Do not immerse or expose the
Flexible Cord or Plug to rain, moisture or any
liquid. Important: Prior to reconnecting the
Power Supply, the complete Product should
be inspected by a qualified technician.
Technical Specification
This Product should not be used/operated
in a confined space. Always use/operate
this Product well away from walls and
curtains. A fire may occur when this Product
is in operation, if it is covered, or is close to
flammable materials, such as curtains, drapes
or wall coverings, etc.
To avoid overheating the Power Supply Cord,
completely unwind all the cord, including from
the cord storage area of product, if fitted.
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Model
JT-12V
Voltage Input
220-240V AC 50Hz
Voltage Output
12V-10W
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Tools Needed for Assembly
• Phillips screwdriver
• Adjustable wrench
Note: Remove any transit protection material
STEP 1
Lay the Pizza Oven on it’s back
and attach the washers and
rubber feet by using 4*M5
screws 30mm long.
STEP 2
Stand the Pizza Oven on it’s
feet and attach the chimney to
the body by using 3*M4 screws
8mm long. Then attach the
control knob.
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STEP 3
Attach the rear heat shield to
the Pizza Oven using 4*M5
screws 30mm long and the
spacers plus washers as shown.
STEP 4
Position the wire racks ensuring
the folded down tabs locate
into the holes of the front of
the rack supports. Locate the
ceramic stone into the bottom
rack and position it at the rear
of the appliance.
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Step 5
Step 6
Step 7
Offer the hose assembly up to
the connection point on the
Pizza Oven. Tighten the
connection nut clockwise with
your fingers until it is finger
tight. Using an adjustable
crescent (spanner) tighten the
nut by approximately ¼ of
a full turn.
Attach the regulator to your gas
cylinder.
Turn on the gas cylinder
ensuring that all of the controls
on the Pizza Oven are turned
OFF at this point. DO NOT
ATTEMPT TO LIGHT THE
PIZZA OVEN!!.
Step 8
Step 9a
Step 9b
Use a solution of soapy water
(dishwashing liquid and water
is fine). Brush it on or use a
spray bottle as shown in the
photo. 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.
Retighten the connections using
an adjustable crescent (spanner)
then repeat steps 7 - 8.
Step 9c
The connection is gas tight
when no bubbles grow around
the gas connection.
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USAGE TIPS
Preheating
Smoking with the Pizza Oven
It is necessary to preheat the appliance for at least
15 minutes before cooking certain foods,
depending on the type of food and the cooking
temperature. Food that requires a low cooking
temperature needs a shorter period of preheating.
Your Pizza Oven can be used as a hot smoker. Hot
smoking will not produce the intense smoked
flavours obtained by cold smoking for long periods
of time, but will give an added dimension to foods
such as fish and poultry.
Cooking Pizza
We suggest that you fill the smoker box with
wood chips of your choice and sit on the open
flame instead of the pizza stone. Leave the
smoker box in place in a lit cooker for 10-15
minutes (or until smoke appears) before you start
cooking. Then simply cook your food thoroughly
as usual.
A properly cooked, fresh pizza is one of life’s true
pleasures. Using the Gasmate Pizza Oven you can
enjoy fresh cooked pizza in your own back yard.
Before cooking we recommend installing your
pizza stone and turning the cooker to high until
the cooker reaches just below your desired
temperature. At this stage turn the cooker to low
and the stored heat in the pizza stone will bring it
up to the correct temperature (you may need a
couple of tries to get this right).
As with cooking pizza, everyone’s taste is a little
different so enjoy experimenting with a range of
wood chip types and quantities, cooking times
and foods.
Caring for your Pizza Oven
Once your pizza is ready for cooking transfer it to
a heated pizza tray on the middle shelf of the Pizza
Oven using a spatula. Five minutes before cooking
is complete transfer to the pizza stone to crisp the
base and finish off. The
pizza stone ensures an intense and even heat for a
perfect crust.
Both in inside and outside of your Pizza Oven
require frequent cleaning to keep them in tip top
shape. We generally recommend washing with
warm soapy water and rinsing thoroughly at least
once per month. Always allow the Pizza Oven to
dry thoroughly before storage or use.
This should produce a delicious pizza, however
everyone’s pizza recipe is a little different and we
suggest you try a few different methods of cooking
until you find the perfect process for you.
You’re pizza stone is made of porous compacted
sand and it will pick up flavours from cooking and
smoking. The best way to clean the pizza stone is
first to remove all loose residue and then soak in
warm water for 20 minutes. Then allow to dry
overnight in a dry place. You may need to repeat
this process several times to get rid of all cooked
in flavours. If any odours or flavours persist after
repeating 5-6 times then you will probably need a
new pizza stone.
Cooking other Foods
Other foods can be cooked within the Pizza Oven
just as you would with a conventional oven. The
thermostat indicates the temperature at the top of
the oven and the temperature within the oven may
exhibit some local
variation. We recommend always using a baking
tray especially if cooking very greasy foods.
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SAFE APPLIANCE LOCATIONS
Within a partial enclosure that includes an
overhead cover and more than two walls, the
following will apply:
This appliance shall 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.
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.
Any enclosure 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 cover (see Example 1).
Within a partial enclosure that includes an
overhead cover and no more than two walls
(see Example 2 & 3).
DIAGRAMMATIC REPRESENTATIONS OF OUTDOOR AREAS
The following figures are diagrammatic representations of outdoor areas. Rectangular areas have been
used in these figures – the same principles apply to any other shaped area.
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SAFE APPLIANCE LOCATIONS
Within a partial enclosure that includes an
overhead cover and more than two walls, the
following will apply:
This appliance shall 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.
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.
Any enclosure 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 cover (see Example 1).
Within a partial enclosure that includes an
overhead cover and no more than two walls
(see Example 2 & 3).
DIAGRAMMATIC REPRESENTATIONS OF OUTDOOR AREAS
The following figures are diagrammatic representations of outdoor areas. Rectangular areas have been
used in these figures – the same principles apply to any other shaped area.
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