Beefeater BBQ 12850 - Winning Appliances

BeefEater
AUSTRALIA
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Signature S-3000E
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NEW ZEALAND
UNITED STATES
CANADA
BeefEater Gas Barbecues
Assembly, Installation and Operating Instructions
Certified ISO 9001 : 2000 by
9800958
IMPORTANT:
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BeefEater Barbecues are approved for OUTDOOR USE ONLY and
must not be used in a building, garage or any other enclosed area.
BeefEater Barbecues must not be used in recreational vehicles or
boats.
Read instructions thoroughly before operating this Barbecue.
Save this manual for future reference.
Always use the Barbecue and Side Burner on a level surface.
Some foods produce flammable fats and juices. Regular cleaning is
essential.
Attend an operating barbecue at all times. Damage caused by fat &
grease fires is not covered by warranty.
When not in use keep Barbecue and Side Burner dry and covered.
Vinyl covers are an optional accessory that will ensure years of
trouble free operation.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open lid.
4. If odour continues, immediately call your gas
supplier or your fire department.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapours or liquids in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
2. An LPG cylinder not connected for use shall not be
stored in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
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Table of Contents
Beefeater Barbecues
Safety Warnings
3
Assembly & Installation
Instructions
6-9
Help Guide
16
Dimensions and Specifications 21
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Operation Instructions
10 -12
Cleaning and Maintenance
17 - 19
Hood Assembly and
Operation
13 - 15
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Spare Parts
22 - 25
BBQ Accessories
28
Outdoor Installation
20
Gas Cylinder Information
4-5
WARNING: We want you to enjoy your barbecuing experience - Failure to follow the
instructions and observe the warnings provided in this operating manual could result in
serious bodily injury or damage to property.
NOTE TO INSTALLER: This manual must remain with the owner for future reference.
Important
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Some foods produce flammable fats and juices. Regular
cleaning is essential.
Attend an operating barbecue at all times. Damage
caused by fat & grease fires is not covered by warranty.
When not in use keep Barbecue and Side Burner dry
and covered.
Vinyl covers are an optional accessory that will ensure
years of trouble free operation.
Warning: If you smell gas, shut off gas supply and extinguish
any open flame. If odour continues immediately call your gas
supplier.
Caution: Electrical Warning
If your barbecue incorporates an electrical component,
such as a rotisserie, then it must be electrically grounded
in accordance with local codes. The electric cord must
be equipped with a three-prong (grounding) plug for your
protection against shock hazard and should be plugged
directly into a properly grounded three-prong receptacle.
Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.
Keep any electrical supply cord and the fuel supply hose
away from any heated surfaces.
If an external electrical source is utilised, this outdoor
cooking appliance, when installed, must be electrically
grounded in accordance with the local codes or, in the
absence of local codes with the following:
USA: National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70
CAN: Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1
AUS: Aust Standards Code AS:5601
Warning: Contact your local municipality for any building
codes regulating the installation of outdoor barbecue
appliances. Outdoor installations must conform to local codes
or, in the absence of local codes, with the following:
USA: National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54
CAN: B149.1 Natural Gas & Propane Installation Code.
AUST: Australian Standards Code AS: 5601
When using an LPG supply system in an enclosure, ventilation
must be provided. Gas vapour is highly explosive and can
cause serious bodily injury or damage to property if allowed to
accumulate in a confined space and ignited.
We recommend that this installation be done in a masonry
structure and carried out by a professional tradesperson. Other
non-combustible material such as Hardiplank, Villaboard with
metal studs may also be used.
This appliance must not be installed under or on any
combustible material. Minimum clearance from combustible
materials to all sides of the appliance is 450mm (18”).
These specifications must be left with the owner.
USA
Fuels used in gas or oil-fired appliances, and the products
of combustion of such fuels, contain chemicals known to
the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects and / or
other reproductive harm. This warning is issued pursuant to
the California Health & Safety Code Sec. 25249.6.
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Precautions and Warnings
BeefEater Barbecues
DO NOT
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Lean over barbecue when lighting.
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Spanner tighten all gas fittings as per instructions.
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Leave cooking food unattended.
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Delay lighting burners after turning gas on.
Check all gas hoses and line connections for damage,
cuts or cracks each time the appliance is to be used.
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Spray or store aerosols in vicinity of barbecue whilst in
operation.
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Always leak test with a solution of soapy water.
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Check main opening, throat and venturi to each burner
and pilot flame tube regularly for insect nests (eg. wasp,
ants or spiders). Nests are dangerous and must be
cleaned out thoroughly.
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Store combustible materials, gasoline or flammable
liquids or vapours within 450mm (18”) of barbecue.
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Use caustic based cleaning agents on the barbecue.
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Operate barbecue with any cover on.
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Visually check burner flames to confirm lighting.
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Use plastic or glass utensils on the barbecue.
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Clean glass window of roasting hood model regularly.
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Operate barbecue in strong winds.
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Use your barbecue only on a level surface.
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Attempt to dismantle control valves.
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Attend barbecue whilst cooking food.
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Attempt to dismantle or adjust regulator.
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Preheat the barbecue for up to 10 minutes.
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Test for gas leaks with a naked flame.
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Store gas cylinder indoors, or in any enclosed area.
After cooking turn barbecue to high for up to 10 minutes
to burn off excess grease.
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Lay the gas cylinder down. Always keep it upright.
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Let the barbecue cool before replacing any lid or cover.
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Use barbecue indoors.
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Regularly replace foil material in grease/drip tray.
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Expose hose to direct sunlight.
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Modify the construction of this appliance or the size of
any burner or valve orifice.
Keep children away from barbecue at all times.
Accessible parts may be hot.
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Have the gas cylinder filled by an authorised LPG
supplier.
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Move the appliance during use.
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Obstruct any ventilation of barbecue or the cylinder.
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Allow the flexible gas supply hose or any electrical
cord to come in contact with any heated surface of the
appliance.
Refer to this instruction manual if in doubt concerning
assembly, installation, or operation.
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Use protective gloves when handling hot components.
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Close the gas cylinder valve after each use.
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Allow children to operate this appliance.
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Operate window roasting hoods in the rain.
Clean the grease/drip tray regularly and clean the
appliance at least twice annually.
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Use charcoal or any other solid fuel in this appliance.
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Disconnect any gas fittings while the appliance is
operating.
Always fully open the roasting hood or remove the metal
lid of the appliance before lighting.
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Use a rusty or dented gas cylinder or cylinder with a
damaged gas valve.
Carefully follow the instructions relating to the hose/
regulator connection.
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Fill the gas cylinder beyond 80% capacity.
Keep the barbecue area free from combustible
materials, gasoline, flammable liquids or vapours.
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Should the appliance go out for any reason, turn off all control knobs and the cylinder gas valve. Wait 5 minutes
before attempting to relight the appliance.
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If a grease or fat fire should occur, immediately turn off all control knobs and the gas cylinder valve until the fire is
out. Remove all food from the appliance.
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A leak test must be carried out prior to using the appliance for the first time and whenever the gas cylinder is
refilled or whenever the gas hose and regulator have been disconnected from the gas cylinder or appliance.
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Gas Cylinder Information
Beefeater Barbecues
Gas Cylinder Safety Information
This appliance is designed to be used with a gas
cylinder not exceeding 9KG (20lbs) capacity.
The Gas cylinder must be constructed and marked in
accordance with specifications for LP Gas Cylinders
of the:(USA) U.S. Dept. of Transportation (DOT) or
the National Standard of Canada, CAN/CSA - B339,
Cylinders, Spheres or Tubes for the transportation of
dangerous goods.
The gas cylinder supply valve must be turned off when
the appliance is not in use.
Gas cylinders must be stored outdoors, out of reach of
children and must not be stored in a building, garage or
any other enclosed area.
The gas cylinder used must incorporate a safety collar
to protect the valve assembly.
Important:
When disconnecting and removing the gas cylinder for
the purpose of refilling, always observe the following
procedure.
Ensure that all gas control valves on the appliance and
the gas cylinder are turned off before disconnecting the
gas line from the cylinder.
Do not smoke or use a naked flame near the appliance
or gas cylinder while disconnecting the gas line
between the appliance and gas cylinder.
Remove the gas cylinder from the enclosure before
disconnecting the gas line from the appliance.
Tighten all connections before placing the gas cylinder
back in its enclosure.
The Gas Leak Testing Procedure should be conducted
every time the gas cylinder is refilled and reconnected
to the appliance - before using the appliance.
Regulator Connection (Fig 1 & 2)
1. Check that all control knobs are in the ‘Off’ position.
2. Make sure the cylinder valve is off by turning the
valve knob clockwise.
3. Remove the protective cap from the cylinder if
present.
4. Leak test the connection with a soapy water
solution. (See Gas Leak Testing Procedure)
Hose and regulator replacement must be a
genuine part specified for this appliance and is
obtainable from your nearest BeefEater stockist.
Gas Leak Test Procedure
Use the following procedure to check for gas
leaks.
Never use a naked flame to check for gas leaks.
Standard POL Regulator
Fig 1
Gas Shutoff Valve
Tighten in this direction
Bleeder valve screw
Regulator and hose
Gas Cylinder
Protector cap
Quick Connect Regulator
Fig 2
Gas Shutoff Valve
Tighten in this direction
Bleeder valve screw
Regulator and hose
Gas Cylinder
Protector cap
1. In a small container, mix up a solution of water and
detergent or soap. Mix the solution well.
2. For LPG make sure that the gas supply valve on the gas
cylinder is turned on. For Natural gas make sure that the
gas line is correctly fitted to the appliance.
3. Make sure that the gas control valves on the appliance are
all turned off.
4. Using a brush or spray bottle apply the solution to the gas
line and each join in the gas line. See Fig 3.
5. Bubbling of the solution will indicate that there is a leak
present.
6. Re-tighten or re-seal any joints that are leaking.
7. If a leak persists then contact your distributor or the
manufacturer for assistance.
Fig 3
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Gas Cylinder Information
BeefEater Barbecues
Tools Required
You will need the following tools to assemble
your barbecue.
10mm
19mm
19mm Spanner (wrench) for Gas Inlet Connection
10mm Spanner (wrench) All body nuts
Phillips Head Screwdriver
Note:
Always use the correct size spanner (wrench) to tighten
gas fittings. Ensure that all gas fittings are spanner
tightened and then leak tested before continuing with
operation of the appliance.
Important:
Always check the gas label on the appliance to
ensure that you have the correct gas configuration
Fig 4
Fig 5
For Your Safety
If you smell gas:
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Open lid.
4. If odour continues, immediately call your gas supplier or
your fire department.
For Your Safety
1. Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours
or liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
2. An LPG cylinder not connected for use shall not be
stored in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
Important
• The cylinder supply system must be arranged for vapour withdrawal. This normally means the cylinder must be upright.
• Do not store a spare LP-gas cylinder under or near this appliance.
• Never fill the cylinder beyond 80% full.
If these directions are not followed exactly, a fire causing death or serious injury may occur.
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Assembly Instructions
Beefeater Barbecues
Assembly Notes
Assembly Procedure
Before any assembly or installation is attempted it is
important that you check for damage or missing parts. Your
dealer or the manufacturer must be notified of any problems
immediately before proceeding.
The main frame of the barbecue has been factory
assembled requiring only the following simple steps for
completion. Check the “Gas Type “ label attached to
barbecue and side burner to be certain this gas type is the
one required for your use eg. Propane / LPG or Natural Gas.
See Fig 5.
Trolleys, roasting hoods and side burners are optional
so read this manual in conjunction with the manual that
comes with each accessory before attaching any other
components. Attach the roasting hood last of all.
Heat Reflectors, Burners And Vaporizers
Fig 6
Fig 7
The modular Vaporizer Grid system has been designed to
maximise the performance of your BeefEater barbecue
The reflectors fit between each burner. They reflect heat
from the burners, upwards to the cooking surfaces.
The Vaporizers are designed to vaporise fats and juices
from the meat. One Vaporizer is fitted over each burner that
is located under the grill. The Vaporizers reduce flare-ups
and help to add that great barbecue flavour.
How Many Vaporizers And Reflectors Are
There?
Model
Vaporizer
Reflector
2 Bnr:
2
1
3 Bnr:
2
2
4 Bnr:
3
3
5 Bnr:
3
4
Upper slots for Vaporizers
Lower slots for heat reflectors
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Assembly Instructions
BeefEater Barbecues
Fitting The Heat Reflectors
Fitting The Vaporizers
Completely remove all of the plastic film from the reflectors.
The tabbed ends of the heat reflectors face forward to the
front of the barbecue frame. The tabs fit into the slots in
the front end of the barbecue (behind the control fascia).
Key the tabs of the Vaporizers into the lower slots (between
the burners). Key the tabs of each reflector into the slots. If
slots are partially covered with enamel, work the tabs until
the enamel clears. See Fig 8.
Remove the protective plastic film from each Vaporizer and
then fit the Vaporizers to the barbecue. The tabbed ends
of the Vaporizers face forward to the front of the barbecue
frame. The tabs fit into the slots in the front end of the
barbecue (behind the control fascia). Key the tabs of the
Vaporizers into the upper slots. The Vaporizers should be
fitted to the same side of the barbecue to which the grill is
to be placed. (They will not work if fitted under the plate). If
slots are partially covered with enamel, work the tabs until
the enamel clears. See Fig 11 & 12.
Fitting The Burners
Remove the retaining clips from the burners, then fit the
burners - open end first, over the brass stem of the control
valves at the front of the barbecue, allowing the rear
burner lug to locate into the cross-lighting channel and
corresponding hole in the support panel at the rear or the
barbecue. To secure burners fit retaining clips (“R” shape)
into burner lugs. See Fig 9 & 10.
Fig 8
Fig 10
Fig 9
Fig 11
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Assembly Instructions
Beefeater Barbecues
Assembly Procedure (Continued)
Fitting The Cooking Plates And Grills
We recommend fitting the plate to the left-hand side of the
barbecue frame (with the drain hole to the extreme left).
The grill or grills can be fitted to the right hand side of the
barbecue frame. Grills must always be positioned over the
Vaporizer grids. See Fig 13.
BeefEater 2, 3 & 4 burner barbecues come standard with 1/2
plate and 1/2 grill and are approved for use with a maximum
of 50% plate over the entire cooking area. Do not replace
the grill with another plate as this will cause severe heat
damage to the appliance.
BeefEater 5 burner barbecues come standard with 1/3 plate
and 2/3 grill and are approved for use with a maximum of 2/3
plate. Do not cover the entire surface of the barbecue frame
with plates as this will cause severe heat damage to the
appliance.
Fig 12 Rear of Barbecue
Fig 14 Grease drain hole
Fig 13 Rear of Barbecue
Fig 15
Fig 16
Fitting The Grease Tray
Neatly line the drip tray with a couple of sheets
of aluminium foil. Cut the foil to shape and make
sure that the foil sits on the bottom of the tray or
corners of the foil so that it does not foul in the tray
sliders on the bottom of the barbecue frame. The
foil will aid in clean up & help reduce leakage.
Fill the tray with a 6mm (1/4”) layer of dry sand
or other non-combustible absorbent material to
absorb grease. Change the foil and absorbent
material regularly to reduce the likelihood of a drip
tray fire. See Fig 15-18.
Neatly line the drip tray with
aluminium foil
Add the absorbent material
Fig 17
Fig 18
Spread the absorbent material out
evenly
Ensure that the absorbent material is not
more than 6mm deep.
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Installation Instructions
BeefEater Barbecues
Important
This appliance must be installed in accordance with
the installation requirements of the LOCAL GAS and
ELECTRICITY supply authority, or the appropriate installation
code issued by the A.G.A. and the A.L.P.G.A. Servicing
should only be carried out by an authorised person.
This appliance:
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Must have a minimum clearance from combustible
materials of all sides of the barbecue of 450 mm (18”).
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Should not be installed under or on any combustible
surface.
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Must be tested for safe and proper operation on
completion of installation and prior to leaving the site.
Keep ventilation opening of any cylinder enclosure clear
and free of any debris.
Check ‘Gas Type’ label & data plate attached to
right side of barbecue.
LP Gas / Propane
A. Fit the regulator to the LPG cylinder. See Regulator
Connection page 2, Fig 1.
B. Connect the hose and regulator to the gas inlet at the
Rigthand side of the barbecue. The gas inlet of the
barbecue is 3/8 SAE male flare fitting. Do not subject the
hose to twisting.
C. Secure all joints spanner (wrench) tight but do not
over-tighten. Check for leaks after turning on gas supply
by brushing onto all joints a solution of water and
detergent. Bubbling of the solution will indicate leaks.
Re-tighten or reseal any leaking joints. If leaks persist
turn off the gas supply and consult your dealer.
D. Following operating instructions light each burner and
check for a clear blue flame with just a tip of yellow.
Excess yellow tipping can be adjusted using the screw
on the side of the burner. Turn the screw in a counter
clockwise rotation to remove the yellow.
E. For mobile trolley installations, when using a flexible
hose to a fixed fuel source, a chain or similar
restraining device must be fitted to prevent strain on
the gas supply hose or accidental uncoupling. Do not
subject the hose to twisting.
F. For build-in situations allow adequate ventilation for the
barbecue and cylinder. Keep the cylinder away from
heat and allow clear access to the gas supply hose and
regulator.
Recommended minimum LPG cylinder capacity for use with
this appliance is 4kg. Maximum LPG cylinder capacity for
use with this appliance is 10kg.
Do not install the gas cylinder beneath the barbecue unless
in conjunction with an approved separator panel.
Natural Gas
(Natural Gas installation should be carried out by a
qualified gas fitter).
A. BeefEater Natural Gas barbecues are designed for lowpressure (4.0” WC, 1.00KPa) to be used as freestanding
units, trolley mounted, or built into brickwork.
B. Fit the natural gas regulator supplied (AU only) directly to the
gas inlet via hard plumbing and install a shutoff valve
within easy reach in the gas line. Secure all joints
spanner tight but do not over-tighten. Check for leaks
after turning on gas supply by brushing onto all joints a
solution of water and detergent. Bubbling of the solution
will indicate leaks. Re-tighten or reseal any leaking
joints. If leaks persist turn off the gas supply and consult
the manufacturer or dealer.
C. Test gas pressure by removing the last burner from the
left hand side of the barbecue and attaching a hose and
pressure gauge to the end of the gas valve. Turn on two
burners and check the pressure. Inlet pressure should
be 4.0” WC or 1.00 KPa.
D. Following operating instructions light each burner and
check for a clear blue flame with just a tip of yellow.
Avoid excess yellow tipping by adjusting the screw
on the side of the burner, counter-clockwise rotation
removes yellow.
E. For mobile trolley installations a chain or similar
restraining device must be fitted to prevent strain or
accidental uncoupling of the gas supply line.
F. For build-in situations allow adequate ventilation for the
barbecue.
The barbecue appliance must be isolated from the gas
supply piping system by closing its manual shutoff valve
during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system.
Installation to Natural Gas must be carried out by
an authorised person.
Right
Wrong
WARNING: The flexible PVC hose assembly supplied must not be
exposed to temperatures in excess of 60°C (140°F). DO NOT expose
to the sun’s direct heat and DO NOT allow the hose to come in
contact with the hot surface of the barbecue body.
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Operating Instructions
Beefeater Barbecues
Before Lighting
After Use
1. Check that all gas hose fittings and connections are
spanner tight. Gas regulators that are fitted with a hand
tightening wheel should be checked to ensure that the
connection is secure.
1. Be sure to turn off all control knobs and cylinder valve
(for Propane - LPG) or shut-off valve (for Natural Gas).
2. Check that control knobs are in the Off position. Note
that when in the Off position the knob is locked for
safety and can only be operated by pressing before
turning.
3. Open the roasting hood fully or remove the weather
cover/lid from the cooking surface before operating the
barbecue.
2. Clean drip tray, griddle plates and grills if necessary.
Allow barbecue to cool before replacing the weather cover/
lid or any polyester barbecue cover.
Push in
High
Low
Off
Lighting Instructions
Press and turn knob slowly to HIGH
If ignition does not occur return
to OFF and repeat after 5 minutes
4. Clean cooking surfaces thoroughly before use.
5. Check gas supply. Turn on gas supply at either the
cylinder (for Propane / LPG) or shut-off valve (for
Natural Gas).
Hold
High
Low
Off
Lighting Instructions
Press and turn knob slowly to HIGH
If ignition does not occur return
to OFF and repeat after 5 minutes
‘Quartz Start’ Ignition
1. Push in and hold the control knob down while turning
slowly in a counter-clockwise direction until the starter
mechanism engages at the two o’clock position. At this
time the gas will start to flow.
Release
High
Low
Off
Lighting Instructions
Press and turn knob slowly to HIGH
If ignition does not occur return
to OFF and repeat after 5 minutes
Note: There is a safety lock that prevents the knob from
being turned on accidentally. You must push the knob in
completely to disengage the lock.
2. Hold the control knob in while continuing to turn the
knob to the High or twelve o’clock position.
Adjust
High - Low
Setting
High
Low
Lighting Instructions
Press and turn knob slowly to HIGH
If ignition does not occur return
to OFF and repeat after 5 minutes
Off
3. The starter mechanism will click and the main burner
will now light. Continue turning the knob slowly until it is
in the twelve o’clock position.
4. If the burner is alight, release the knob.
Note: If the burner does not light, keep the control knob
pushed in and turn the control knob in a clockwise
direction to return to the Off position. Wait 5 minutes for
the gas to disperse and then repeat steps 1-4.
5. The control knob can now be turned to the desired heat
setting - Low, Medium or High.
The control knob does not need to be pushed in while
selecting the heat setting.
To Turn Off The Burner
Push in and hold the control knob while turning in a
clockwise direction until the Off position is reached.
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Operating Instructions
BeefEater Barbecues
Manual Lighting
1. Press and turn the left hand control knob counterclockwise to the “High” position, then light the left hand
burner immediately through the gap between the front
of the drip tray and the barbecue body.
Note: If the burner does not light immediately, keep the
control knob pushed in and turn the control knob to the
Off position. Wait 5 minutes for the gas to disperse and
then repeat the lighting procedure.
2. The control knob can now be turned to the desired heat
setting- Low, Medium or High.
The control knob does not need to be pushed in while
selecting the heat setting.
To Turn Off The Burner
Push in and hold the control knob while turning in a
clockwise direction until the Off position is reached.
Preheating Guide
2, 3, 4 and 5 burner barbecue Turn on desired number of
burners to the High position for approximately ten minutes
or until the cooking surfaces are heated.
Cooking With Optional The BeefEater
Roasting Hood
Indirect Cooking Method
Indirect cooking is where the heat circulates around
the food, cooking by convection. This is similar to a
conventional oven and is recommended for rotisserie
cooking, roasts, poultry, casseroles vegetables and whole
fish. The indirect method of cooking can also be used to
cook such items as thick cuts of meat and fish steaks that
have been quickly seared on the grill by the direct method
(to seal in the natural juices) then completed by the indirect
method. The key to success in indirect barbecue cooking
is to cook slowly. Note: Opening the Hood: The more the
roasting hood is opened to attend to cooking food the more
heat will be lost, lengthening the cooking time.
Lighting
Important Note: Always open the roasting hood before
lighting the barbecue.
Light the outside burners, ie: one burner at each end of
the barbecue. After lighting, close the hood and allow the
barbecue to reach the desired cooking temperature.
Preheating Guide
2 burner barbecue - turn both burners down fractionally
below medium.
3 burner barbecue - turn the central burner off and reduce
Operating Your BeefEater Barbecue
Direct Cooking Method
Commonly used for traditional barbecuing. Place food over
the lit grill section. Excess flaring may occur and so care
must be taken while cooking. Check inside the roasting
hood regularly. We do not recommended this method for
roasts unless you place a baking dish under the roast. This
will allow flammable fats and juices to be isolated away
from the flame. The direct cooking method is recommended
for steaks, chops, sausages, and hamburgers.
the two outside burners to medium.
4 burner barbecue - turn the two inside burners off and
reduce the two outside burners to medium.
5 burner barbecue - turn the three inside burners off, leave
one outside burner on high and reduce the other outside
burner to medium.
When the desired temperature is reached, open the
roasting hood and sit the roast on a roast rack and place
this into a baking dish. Place the baking dish over the unlit,
center portion of the cooking surface.
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Operating Instructions
BeefEater Barbecues
Operation Of The Optional Side Burner
Warning
Lighting
When using the side burner ensure that any handle fitted to
a wok, pot or pan is positioned so that it is out of reach of
children.
1. Check the control knob is in the Off position and ensure
the gas line is properly connected.
2. Raise the lid and check that the burner and burner cap
are in the correct position.
Warning - Safety With Woks And Pots
And Pans
3. Press and turn the control knob slowly (3-4 seconds) in
a counter - clockwise direction to the High position until
a click is heard. When the burner is alight, select your
desired heat setting. A low flame or simmer condition
is obtained by turning the control knob anticlockwise to
Low.
When using a wok, pot or pan on the side burner ensure that
any handle is positioned so that it is out of reach of children.
Long handles protruding out beyond the side burner can be
dangerous.
Keep children away from the appliance when it is operating.
4. If the burner fails to ignite, turn the control knob to Off,
wait 5 minutes and repeat the lighting procedure.
Never leave an operating barbecue unattended.
After Use
1. Turn the control knob to the Off position and turn the gas
cylinder valve off when the barbecue is not in use.
2. Clean off any food spills and then close the lid.
High
Low
Off
Always open lid
before lighting.
Do not close lid
while burner is
alight.
Long handles
protruding out
beyond the side
burner can be
dangerous.
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Hood Assembly Instructions
Attach The Hood Top To The Hood Base ( If required)
The screws go in from the outside,
a washer and nut is used on the
inside.. The spacers go between
the hood top and base. The raised
part of the spacer points to the
outside of the hood, the flat side
points inwards.
Attach The Hood To The Barbecue
The tabs on the bottom of the hood base
slip into slots on the sides of the barbecue
frame.
It is best to do this with a 3 stage manoeuvre:
1. Tilt the front of the hood into the slots,
2. Lower the back till the hood sits flat,
3. Push the hood back to lock it into place.
Put The Warming Rack In
The warming rack needs no screws. It sits
on two notches on the insides of the hood.
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Getting The Most From Your Roasting Hood
Lifting And Moving Your Hood
The BeefEater roasting hood has been engineered for balance as well as
durability. To lift the hood, place your hands as shown by the arrows.
You will find the hood moves easily with very
little uncontrolled rotation.
Wash Hood Before First Use
Wash the roasting hood thoroughly with warm soapy water or an approved nonabrasive cleaner before use. On stainless steel models use a suitable stainless steel
cleaner to remove all fingerprints prior to lighting and operating your barbecue. If
not removed, fingerprints will discolour the steel.
Lighting Your Barbecue
It is important to open the hood while lighting the barbecue. If you do not, gases
can build up inside the hood and create a dangerous situation.
Preheating Your Barbecue
Like an oven, preheating your barbecue before cooking produces better results.
Because your hood retains heat so efficiently, preheating your barbecue is quicker
with the hood down.
Turn the outside two burners to high. Close the hood, and allow to preheat for about
8 minutes, Then reduce the burner settings to achieve and maintain the required
temperature, by following the guidelines on the next page.
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Getting The Most From Your Roasting Hood
Maintaining The Right Cooking Temperature
These two charts tell you how hot and how
long to cook various types of meat, and
the approximate burner settings to help
you achieve these results.
As you can expect, there are many
variables involved. A little experience is all
you’ll need to feel perfectly comfortable
and in control of your barbecue.
Type of Meat
Two burner
Both burners slightly below medium
Three burner
Middle burner off
Two outside burners to medium
Four burner
Two inside burners off
Two outside burners to medium
Five burner
Three inside burners off
One outside burner to high
Other outside burner to medium
Cooking Temperature
Approximate Cooking Times
Beef
180°C / 355°F
45-55 min per kg
20-25 min per lb
Lamb
180°C / 355°F
45-55 min per kg
20-25 min per lb
Pork
170°C / 340°F
55-60 min per kg
25-30 min per lb
Veal
160°C / 320°F
40-50 min per kg
18-23 min per lb
Poultry
180°C / 355°F
40-50 min per kg
18-23 min per lb
Seafood
150°C / 300°F
20-30 min per kg
9-14 min per lb
You may find it useful to purchase a meat thermometer to help take the guess work
out of cooking.
Meats such as beef, lamb, veal and pork should be about 70ºC/160ºF when medium.
Chicken and Turkey should be 85-90ºC/185-195ºF.
Most importantly, do not allow your barbecue to overheat.
Your hood is designed to keep the heat in, and so requires
constant monitoring.
Do not use more than 2 burners on high at any one time. As
a guide, for a 4 burner barbecue in moderate weather:
Two burners on low produces
150°C/300°F
Two burners on medium produces
195°C/385°F
Two burners on high produces
240°C/460°F
For smaller barbecues, less heat is required. During cold or
windy conditions, more heat is required.
Finally, resist the temptation to keep opening the hood while
cooking. This will help to maintain a constant temperature,
and minimise cooking time.
Do not allow your barbecue
to overheat, as this may
damage some components.
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Help Guide
Beefeater Barbecues
Your BeefEater barbecue has undergone a series of quality checking points prior to leaving the factory. Should you have a
problem with your appliance please refer to the help guide below before calling your dealer or service person.
Important - Shut off the gas supply before performing any checks.
Problem
Cause
Check
Barbecue will not light
Ignition system not working
Check to see visible spark at starter probe - if no spark is
present when control knob is turned then the unit may need to
be serviced or replaced. Contact your BeefEater dealer.
Check that there is a visible flame coming from the pilot
ignition tube.
Check that the pilot ignition tube is not blocked by spider webs
or insect nests. Clear obstruction as required.
Allow at least 5 seconds for gas to flow through burner before
ignition.
Turning on gas control too quickly
No gas flow
Burners not assembled correctly
Burner ports or throat blocked
Barbecue lights but goes out Fuel supply turned off
soon after starting
Check that valve on gas cylinder is turned on.
Check that burner ports are free of obstructions.
Check that all gas injectors are clean and free of obstructions.
Check that burners are correctly positioned in the barbecue
frame.
Check that the burner ports are not blocked by spider webs or
insect nests. Clean out as required.
Turn on gas valve at cylinder (LPG/Propane) or shutoff valve
on gas line (Natural Gas).
Gas cylinder low or empty
Refill cylinder with gas (LPG/Propane).
Kink in gas hose
Check that the gas line is not kinked or twisted.
Wind or breeze affecting operation
Ensure that the appliance is located out of the way of wind.
Burners will not cross light
from one to the other
Check that cross light channel is in place.
Check that burner ports are free of obstructions.
Low flame level or low heat
output
Check you are running on correct gas (NG or LPG/Propane).
Check gas injector size is correct.
Stainless steel discolours
Overheating appliance
Rusting of cooking surfaces
(standard cast iron only)
Do not exceed maximum operating temperatures.
Clean and reseason cast iron cooking surfaces.
How Long Will The Gas In My Cylinder Last?
If you have a full cylinder of propane, just look at the table below to see how many hours of gas you have, depending
on how many burners you have alight. These figures are approximate only.
You may notice that if you have several burners alight and your cylinder becomes low on gas, the liquid may freeze up.
If this occurs, turn the cylinder and all burners off and wait till the liquid thaws. You may then reignite the burners.
9 kg/20lb bottle
1
2
3
4
5
burner
burners
burners
burners
burners
High
25 hours
12.5 hours
8.3 hours
6.3 hours
5 hours
Low
75 hours
37.5 hours
25 hours
19 hours
15 hours
4 kg/9lb bottle
High
11 hours
5.5 hours
3.7 hours
2.75 hours
2.25 hours
Low
33 hours
17 hours
11 hours
8 hours
6.6 hours
These tables were worked out using the following:
Each burner on high setting uses 19 MJ/hour or 18,000 BTU/hour
Each burner on low setting uses 6 MJ/hour or 5,700 BTU/hr
Each kg of gas contains 50MJ. Each lb of gas contains 21,600 BTU
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Care and Maintenance
BeefEater Barbecues
Care And Maintenance Instructions
Cooking Surface Preparation
Before Using Your BeefEater Barbecue
Your BeefEater barbecue will feature either of the following
cooking surfaces.
1. Standard Cast Iron Grills
2. ‘RF Technology’ - Porcelain Coated Grills or
3. Stainless Steel Grills
Each system has different care and maintenance
requirements so it is important to read the correct
instructions for the system supplied with your barbecue.
-
Standard Cast Iron Grills Non Porcelain Coated
1. Wash the cooking grills thoroughly with hot water and a
mild dishwashing liquid. Dry immediately. Do not allow
them to drip dry.
2. Coat the entire surface of the grills, top and bottom, with
a generous layer of vegetable oil. Do not use salted fats
such as butter or margarine.
3. Place the grills on the barbecue and light all burners. (see
‘Lighting your Barbecue’ on page 6). If your barbecue
is fitted with a roasting hood, close the hood and then
turn off all but two burners. Set the remaining burners to
Medium until a medium heat is achieved (195ºC - 385ºF).
On two burner models, set both burners to Low.
4. After 10 minutes, turn all burners off and allow the unit to
completely cool.
5. After the cast iron grills have completely cooled, remove
them from the barbecue and recoat them with vegetable
oil. The curing process is now complete. Refit the grills to
the barbecue and preheat prior to cooking.
6. To prevent rust from forming, the above seasoning or
curing process should be repeated frequently.
7. If rust does form, clean with a brass wire bristle brush
and repeat the seasoning and curing process. If your
barbecue is positioned near water or in a marine
environment, the seasoning process may need to be
repeated more frequently.
RF Technology - Porcelain Enamel Coated Grills
Wash the cooking grills thoroughly with hot water and a mild
dishwashing liquid.
Coat the entire surface of the grills with a layer of cooking oil
before you commence cooking. Fit the grills to the barbecue
and preheat prior to cooking.
Stainless Steel Grills
Wash the cooking grills thoroughly with hot water and a mild
dishwashing liquid.
Coat the entire surface of the grills with a layer of cooking oil
before you commence cooking. Fit the grills to the barbecue
and preheat prior to cooking.
Cleaning The Cooking Surfaces
Each system has specific care, cleaning and maintenance
requirements so it is important to read the correct
instructions for the system supplied with your barbecue.
Standard Cast Iron Grills - Non Porcelain Coated
Many food acids, marinades, juices and sauces contain
highly acidic elements that will slowly attack the surface of
the cast iron if not removed immediately after cooking.
• After use, remove all solid material from the cooking
surfaces using a brass bristle brush or plastic scourer.
Brushes specifically designed for this purpose can be
purchased from your BeefEater retailer (see “BeefEater
Accessories”, on Page 72 of the BeefEater Cookbook).
Wipe off remaining residue with a paper towel.
• Coat the grills with a layer of cooking oil. This will protect
the grills between barbecuing sessions. . Do not clean the
cooking grills in a dishwashing machine.
• Do not use highly caustic, harsh or abrasive chemical
cleaners to clean the cooking grills. (Always check the
manufacturer’s specifications and recommendations prior
to use).
• Before each subsequent use, preheat your BeefEater for
10 minutes before cooking. Allow the unit to cool off and
then remove any remains from previous cooking. Wipe
off with a paper towel and then lightly coat with a layer
of cooking oil. The cooking surfaces are now ready for
barbecuing.
• To prevent rust from forming, the above seasoning or
curing process should be repeated frequently.
• If rust does form, clean with a brass wire bristle brush
and repeat the seasoning
curing process. If your
barbecue is positioned
near water or in a marine
environment, then the
seasoning process may
need to be repeated even
more frequently.
RF Technology - Porcelain Enamel Coated Grills
Many food acids, marinades, juices and sauces contain
highly acidic elements that will slowly attack the surface of
the cast iron if not removed immediately after cooking.
• After use, remove all solid material from the cooking
surfaces using a brass bristle brush or plastic scourer.
Brushes specifically designed for this purpose can be
purchased from your BeefEater retailer (see “BeefEater
Accessories”, on Page 72 of the BeefEater Cookbook).
Wipe off remaining residue with a paper towel.
• Gently wash the surface of the grills with a soft sponge
and a solution of hot water and a mild dishwashing liquid.
• Dry the grills immediately using a paper towel.
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•
Coat the grills with a layer of cooking oil. This will protect
the grills between barbecuing sessions. . Do not clean the
cooking grills in a dishwashing machine.
• Do not use highly caustic, harsh or abrasive chemical
cleaners to clean the cooking grills. (Always check the
manufacturer’s specifications and recommendations prior
to use).
• Before each subsequent use, preheat your BeefEater for
10 minutes before cooking. Allow the unit to cool off and
then remove any remains from previous cooking. Wipe
off with a paper towel and then lightly coat with a layer
of cooking oil. The cooking surfaces are now ready for
barbecuing.
Stainless Steel Grills
Many food acids, marinades, juices and sauces contain
highly acidic elements that will slowly attack the surface of
the stainless steel if not removed immediately after cooking.
•
After use, remove all solid material from the cooking
surfaces using a brass bristle brush or plastic scourer.
Brushes specifically designed for this purpose can be
purchased from your BeefEater retailer (see “BeefEater
Accessories” on Page 72 of the BeefEater Cookbook).
Wipe off remaining residue with a paper towel.
•
Gently wash the surface of the grills with a soft sponge
and a solution of hot water and a mild dishwashing liquid.
Dry the grills immediately using a paper towel.
Coat the grills with a layer of cooking oil. This will protect
the grills between barbecuing sessions. . Do not clean the
cooking grills in a dishwashing machine.
Do not use highly caustic, harsh or abrasive chemical
cleaners to clean the cooking grills. (Always check the
manufacturer’s specifications and recommendations prior
to use).
Before each subsequent use, pre-heat your BeefEater for
10 minutes before cooking. Allow the unit to cool off and
then remove any remains from previous cooking. Wipe
off with a paper towel and then lightly coat with a layer
of cooking oil. The cooking surfaces are now ready for
barbecuing.
•
•
•
•
General Care And Maintenance Instructions
1. Replace aluminium foil or absorbent material in drip tray
at regular intervals to prevent grease build-up, which
could result in a grease fire and void the barbecue warranty.
2. Use hot soapy water on the barbecue fascia and avoid
abrasive cleaners or brushes as
these could damage the surface and
graphics on the fascia. Clean the
entire barbecue thoroughly at least
twice annually to keep it in good
operating condition.
3. Keep cooking surfaces clean
by removing all solid matter after
use. A light coating of vegetable oil
or vegetable cooking spray after each use will help to
reduce surface rust and prolong plate and grill life. The
surface coating will wear off in time and cast iron will
rust (this is not covered by warranty).
4. Burners: Check main opening, throat and venturi to
each burner and pilot flame tube regularly for insect
nests (eg. wasp, ants or spiders). Nests are dangerous
and must be cleaned out thoroughly.
5. Remove burners periodically and scrub clean with soapy
water and a wire brush making sure that the ports are
free of obstructions. Replace burners in the correct
position and dry by lighting each one to avoid subsequent
corrosion. Rust is not covered by warranty.
6. For barbecues used near a marine environment however
more frequent cleaning and servicing should be
conducted. (More rapid deterioration can be expected
which is not covered by warranty).
7. Check and tighten all bolts and nuts on the barbecue and
trolley frequently.
8. When storing barbecue for extended periods keep
covered, and be certain all controls and cylinder valves
are turned off. If storing the barbecue indoors remove
gas cylinder and store the cylinder in a ventilated
area outdoors. Note: Allowing a barbecue to run for
10 minutes after cooking will help reduce cleaning by
burning off excess grease and juices.
Protecting Your Barbecue.
The barbecue should be covered when not in use. eg a
polyester or vinyl barbecue cover.
Near the ocean or salt water environment, wash regularly,
rinse and dry before covering. Covering a salt sprayed
Stainless Steel product while still wet will allow salt deposits
to form, causing rust to form even on very high grade Stainless.
Enamel and Stainless Steel Cleaning
Although Stainless Steel and Vitreous Enamel (Porcelain)
will keep their lustrous finish even under adverse conditions,
they still need regular cleaning. Dish washing detergent
and water are usually all you need. The frequency of
cleaning will vary according to the required appearance and
environment. To care for Stainless Steel or Porcelain Enamel
finishes, please observe the following instructions.
Stainless Steel Cleaning And Maintenance
Clean the appliance as required or at least twice annually
with hot soapy water. Avoid abrasive cleaners or brushes
as these will mark the porcelain enamel or stainless steel
surfaces of the appliance. If you cook food directly over the
burner flame, causing more vapour or smoke, the viewing
glass (where fitted) will need more frequent cleaning.
Stainless Steel Care And Cleaning
After the appliance has been used, wash down the surfaces
with hot soapy water. The surface of the stainless steel has
a grain. Always clean along the grain of the steel. This will
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avoid unwanted marks.
Near the ocean or salt-water environment, wash regularly,
rinse and then dry before covering. Covering a salt sprayed
stainless steel product while still wet will allow salt deposits
to form, causing rust to form even on very high grade
stainless.
Discoloration Of Stainless Steel
The discoloration of stainless steel, caused by high heat is
caused by Chromium Oxide and sometimes appears as a light
brown colouring over the surface of the steel. In most cases,
this discoloration can be removed with a suitable stainless
steel polish. Note: Discoloration of the stainless steel is not
covered under warranty.
Porcelain Enamel Cleaning And
Maintenance
After the appliance has been used, wash down the surfaces
with hot soapy water. Near the ocean or salt-water
environment, wash regularly, rinse and then dry before
covering. Highly caustic cleaners should be avoided.
Rust
Cast iron and steel are metals and will rust if you do not
provide sufficient maintenance and care. Rust occurs when
the surface of the metal starts to oxidise. Generally, rust will
occur on any exposed metal surface if it is not protected
from the elements. Even stainless steel can be affected by
long term exposure to the elements. To prevent exposure to
the elements, store your barbecue, hood and trolley under
the protection of a purpose made cover.
Do
•
•
•
•
•
Wash regularly with warm soapy water or detergent
using a clean cloth and, if necessary, a soft bristle brush.
Remove non-washable deposits using an approved
cleaner.
In the case of stainless steel, clean in one direction only,
along the original polish lines.
Rinse well with clean water and wipe dry.
Keep barbecue covered when not in use. eg polyester
barbecue cover.
Don’t
•
•
•
Use steel wool or metallic scrapers to remove nonwashable deposits.
Allow grease or dirt to accumulate or to dry out and
harden.
Use cleaners containing harsh abrasives or high bleach
content.
Condition
Cleaning Agents
Precautions
Readily removed stains.
Soap, Liquid Detergents, or Powder
Detergents with warm water. Methylated
Spirits may be used before final wash with
detergent.
Avoid scratching. Do not use cleaners
containing bleaching agents. Rinse with clean
water to remove residual cleaning compounds
and dry before covering. Only use mild
detergents on barbecue fascia.
Concentrated Detergent. Domestic cleaning
powders. Recommended stainless
steel cleaners.
Do not use steel wool. Rub in straight lines
along the polish pattern. Avoid scratching.
scratching. Rinse with clean water and dry.
Light grease.
Routine cleaning.
Salt spray.
Non washable deposits
Heavy grease
Care should be taken with all cleaning agents to avoid damage to any associated non-stainless steel components. Fire, safety
and protective clothing regulations should be closely adhered to.
Service And Maintenance
This appliance should be checked and serviced by an authorised service person every 2 years to ensure the appliance
remains in a safe operation condition. These services are not covered by warranty.
Service and Maintenance Schedule
Frequency
Each Use
Every 6 Months
By Authorised
Every 2 Years
Check gas supply hose(s) for cracks and leaks
Check gas regulator for leaks
Check that all gas fittings are tight
Clean and inspect Vaporizer grids and reflectors
Clean and inspect barbecue burners
Clean and inspect gas injectors
Check the gas control valve on the cylinder
Inspect ignition system
Inspect gas control valves
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Outdoor Installation Instructions
Beefeater Barbecues
1
2
We recommend that this installation be done in a masonry
structure and carried out by a professional tradesperson. Other
non-combustible material such as Hardiplank, Villaboard with
metal studs may also be used.
WARNING: Contact your local municipality for any
building codes regulating the installation of outdoor
barbecue appliances. Outdoor installations must
conform to local codes or, in the absence of local codes,
with the following.
USA: National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54
CAN: B149.1 Natural Gas & Propane Installation Code.
AUST: Australian Standards Code AS: 5601
This appliance must not be installed under or on any
combustible material. Minimum clearance from combustible
construction materials to all sides of the appliance is 450mm
(18”).
When using an LPG/Propane supply system in an enclosure, ventilation must be provided. Gas
vapour is highly explosive and can cause serious bodily injury or damage to property if allowed to
accumulate in a confined space and ignited.
500mm min
20mm min rear
clearance
Barbecue Width
2
3
4
5
Burner
Burner
Burner
Burner
508mm
671mm
828mm
985mm
230mm min
Typical Installation Drawing
Propane (LPG) Installation
Natural Gas Installation
AGA approved
Propane regulator
(not included)
AGA approved
Natural Gas
regulator
QCC LPG Cylinder
(not included)
Stainless steel flex line or AGA approved
hose (not included)
Shut off valve
(not included)
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Specifications
1
2
BeefEater Barbecues
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Signature Series Spare Parts
Beefeater Barbecues
2 Burner Balcony
3 Burner Signature S3000 S/E
21
21
3
3
8
9
3
*
9
*
7
5
5
5
6
6
6
11
5
6
1
6
20
12
13
*
4
5
17
9
4
7
10
*
*
4
11
8
1
Ba
lco
ny
16
17
13
14
11
10
2
16
11
13
11
14
2
14
20
14
16
15
Sign
atur
e S3
00
16
12
13
16
15
4 Burner Signature S3000 S/E
0
14
5 Burner Signature S3000 S/E
21
21
*
8
8
3
9
3
*
3
*
3
3
4
4
7
7
4
4
4
4
5
5
4
5
5
6
6
5
6
5
6
5
5
6
6
6
6
20
20
1
17
11
17
11
13
11
10
13
11
11
11
11
11
14
14
2
14
Sig
na
e S3
16
0
12
16
14
16
15
16
Sig
na
14
16
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e S3
00
14
16
13
12
14
tur
00
14
2
14
16
16
15
1
11
10
0
13
16
* Precise cooking surface arrangements will vary from region to region
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Signature Series Spare Parts
BeefEater Barbecues
Signature S3000E Series (Porcelain Enamel)
Ref #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8*
9*
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Description
2 BNR
Barbecue
Barbecue Frame
Grease tray - Stainless Steel
Vaporizer grid
Reflector
Burner
Mixture screw
‘R’ Clip - (Burner retainer clip)
Plate (Grill Plate)
Grate (Grill)
Manifold - C/W gas controls
Gas control valve C/W Ignition
Fascia
Fascia Screw
Bezel - (Knob surround)
Bezel screw
Knob
BeefEater badge and circlips
Gas Injector - LP (1.27mm)
Gas Injector - NG (2.10mm)
Hose and prefitted regulator
Plate and Grate Lifter
Code
20022
120007
190108
060504
060502
94701
NSI
NSI
94008DLX
94108DLX
120713
040133
120503
030154
060552
030156
060542
060509
040167
040168
96595
060507
3 BNR
QTY
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
4
2
4
2
1
2
2
1
1
Code
20032
130008
190101
060504
060502
94701
NSI
NSI
94013DLX
94113DLX
130731
040133
130511
030154
060552
030156
060542
060509
040167
040168
96595
060507
4 BNR
QTY
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
1
4
3
6
3
1
3
3
1
1
Code
20042
140009
190121
060504
060502
94701
NSI
NSI
94015DLX
94115DLX
140729
040133
140515
030154
060552
030156
060542
060509
040167
040168
96595
060507
5 BNR
QTY
1
1
3
3
4
4
4
1
1
1
4
1
4
4
8
4
1
4
4
1
1
Code
20052
150002
190106
060504
060502
94701
NSI
NSI
94015DLX
94113DLX
150714
040133
150508
030154
060552
030156
060542
060509
040167
040168
96595
060507
QTY
1
1
3
4
5
5
5
1
2
1
5
1
4
5
10
5
1
5
5
1
1
Signature S3000S Series (Stainless Steel)
Ref #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8*
9*
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Description
Barbecue
Barbecue Frame
Grease tray - Stainless Steel
Vaporizer grid
Reflector
Burner
Mixture screw
‘R’ Clip - (Burner retainer clip)
Plate (Grill Plate)
Grate (Grill)
Manifold - C/W gas controls
Gas control valve C/W Ignition
Fascia
Fascia Screw
Bezel - (Knob surround)
Bezel screw
Knob
BeefEater badge and circlips
Gas Injector - LP (1.27mm)
Gas Injector - NG (2.10mm)
Hose and prefitted regulator
Plate and Grate Lifter
2 BNR
Code
20020
120105
190108
60504
60502
94701
NSI
NSI
94013DLX
94113DLX
120713
040133
120504
030154
060545
030156
060543
060509
040167
040168
96595
060507
3 BNR
QTY
1
1
2
1
3
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
4
2
4
2
1
2
2
1
1
Code
21830
130108
190101
060504
060502
94701
NSI
NSI
94013DLX
94113DLX
130731
040133
130510
030154
060545
030156
060543
060509
040167
040168
96595
060507
4 BNR
QTY
1
1
2
2
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
1
4
3
6
3
1
3
3
1
1
Code
21840
140109
190121
060504
060502
94701
NSI
NSI
94015DLX
94115DLX
140729
040133
140514
030154
060545
030156
060543
060509
040167
040168
96595
060507
5 BNR
QTY
1
1
3
3
4
4
4
1
1
1
4
1
4
4
8
4
1
4
4
1
1
Code
21850
150104
190106
060504
060502
94701
NSI
NSI
94015DLX
94113DLX
150714
040133
150507
030154
060545
030156
060543
060509
040167
040168
96595
060507
QTY
1
1
3
4
5
5
5
1
2
1
5
1
4
5
10
5
1
5
5
1
1
* Precise cooking surface arrangements will vary from region to region
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Spare Parts (Hood)
17
7
9
8
1
18
17
17
10
3
6
4
6A
17
19
20
5
3
6
4
6A
2
12
14
15
16
16
15
14
12
24
Spare Parts (Hood)
Without Viewing Glass
P#
Description
Black Porcelain
Stainless Steel
2B
29622
3B
29132
4B
29142
5B
29152
2B
29420
3B
29430
4B
29440
5B
29450
Part
Code
Part
Code
Part
Code
Part
Code
Part
Code
Part
Code
Part
Code
Part
Code
QTY
1
1
Hood Body Top
320005
330005
340007
350007
320107
330106
340109
350111
2
Hood Body Base
320006
330007
340011
350011
320108
330107
340110
350115
1
3
Insulating Plate
060623
060623
060623
060623
060623
060623
060623
060623
2
4
End Cap
060622
060622
060622
060622
060628
060628
060628
060628
2
5
Handle Rod - Stainless Steel
390110
390103
390104
390116
390110
390103
390104
390116
1
6
Mounting Screw M6 x 20
030120
030120
030120
030120
030120
030120
030120
030120
4
6A
Fibre Washer
030400
030400
030400
030400
030400
030400
030400
030400
4
7
Temperature Gauge & Nut (pack)
060605
060605
060605
060605
060605
060605
060605
060605
1
8
Nut for Temperature gauge
9
Bezel
060629
060629
060629
060629
060627
060627
060627
060627
1
10
BeefEater Badge & Circlips
060509
060509
060509
060509
060509
060509
060509
060509
1
11
Allen Key
030608
030608
030608
030608
030608
030608
030608
030608
1
12
M6 x 30 Screw Pivot Screw
030155
030155
030155
030155
030155
030155
030155
030155
2
13
N/A
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
14
Pivot Washer - 25mm
060221
060221
060221
060221
060221
060221
060221
060221
2
15
M6 Flat Washer
030401
030401
030401
030401
030401
030401
030401
030401
2
16
M6 Glenlock Nut
030318
030318
030318
030318
030318
030318
030318
030318
2
17
Rubber Stoppers
060106
060106
060106
060106
060106
060106
060106
060106
4
18
Warming Rack
060613
060614
060615
060616
060617
060618
060619
060620
1
19
Hood Liner Panel (where fitted)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
320206
330206
340213
350213
1
With Viewing Glass
P#
Description
For assembly reference only. Nut is part of temperature gauge pack
Black Porcelain
3B
4B
5B
29532 29542 29552
Part
Code
Part
Code
Part
Code
Stainless Steel
3B
4B
5B
29630 29640 29650
Part
Code
Part
Code
Part
Code
QTY
1
1
Hood Body Top
330008
340009
350009
330111
340114
350114
2
Hood Body Base
330007
340011
350011
330107
340110
350115
1
3
Insulating Plate
060623
060623
060623
060623
060623
060623
2
4
End Cap
060622
060622
060622
060628
060628
060628
2
5
Handle Rod - Stainless Steel
390103
390104
390116
390103
390104
390116
1
6
Mounting Screw M6 x 20
030120
030120
030120
030120
030120
030120
4
6A
1
Fibre Washer
030400
030400
030400
030400
030400
030400
4
7
Temperature Gauge & Nut (pack)
060605
060605
060605
060605
060605
060605
1
8
Nut for Temperature gauge
9
Bezel
060629
060629
060629
060627
060627
060627
1
10
BeefEater Badge & Circlips
060509
060509
060509
060509
060509
060509
1
11
Allen Key
030608
030608
030608
030608
030608
030608
1
12
M6 x 30 Screw Pivot Screw
030155
030155
030155
030155
030155
030155
2
13
N/A
14
Pivot Washer - 25mm
060221
060221
060221
060221
060221
060221
2
15
M6 Flat Washer
030401
030401
030401
030401
030401
030401
2
16
M6 Glenlock Nut
030318
030318
030318
030318
030318
030318
2
17
Rubber Stoppers
060106
060106
060106
060106
060106
060106
4
18
Warming Rack
060614
060615
060616
060618
060619
060620
1
19
Glass
060108
060103
060109
060108
060103
060109
1
20
Glass Retainer Frame
390127
390125
390129
390127
390125
390129
2
21
Retainer Frame Nuts (not shown)
030314
030314
030314
030314
030314
030314
4
22
Silicon Extrusion
060104
060104
060104
060104
060104
060104
1
23
Hood Liner Panel (where fitted)
N/A
N/A
N/A
330212
340212
350215
1
For assembly reference only. Nut is part of Temperature gauge pack
1
25
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Warranty Terms and Conditions
Beefeater Barbecues
WARRANTY
BeefEater Barbecues Warranty Terms
Signature S3000E & S3000S Series
Warranty Terms
Signature S-3000S
Stainless Steel
Signature S-3000E
Porcelain Enamel
Lifetime
10 Years
Barbecue
Barbecue Frame
Cast Iron Burners
5 Years
5 Years
Valves
5 Years
5 Years
‘Quartz Start’ Ignition System
2 Years
2 Years
Vaporizer Grids and Reflectors
2 Years
2 Years
All Other Parts
2 Years
2 Years
Cast Iron Grills
5 Years
5 Years
RF Technology - Porcelain Enamel Coating (Only)
1 Year
1 Year
Lifetime
Lifetime
Signature S-3000S
Stainless Steel
Signature S-3000E
Porcelain Enamel
Lifetime
10 Years
N/A
N/A
All other parts
1 Year
1 Year
Side Burners
Stainless Steel
Porcelain Enamel
Side Burner Frame
Lifetime
10 Years
Burner
5 Years
5 Years
Cast Alloy parts
5 Years
5 Years
All other parts
2 Years
2 Years
Lifetime
N/A
Cooktops / Cooking Surfaces
Stainless Steel Grills
Roasting Hoods
Body
Cast Alloy parts
Trolleys
Stainless steel parts
Galvanised steel parts
1 Year
N/A
Timber parts
1 Year
N/A
All other parts
1 Year
N/A
Lifetime
Lifetime
Optional Burners
Cast Stainless Steel Burners
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Warranty Terms and Conditions
BeefEater Barbecues
WARRANTY
Should any part fail due to defective
workmanship or faulty materials within
the specified period from the date of
purchase, BeefEater or its distributor will
repair or, (at distributors option), replace
the defective part free of charge.
• RF Technology – Porcelain enamel
coated grills - Limited Warranty
The porcelain enamel coating on your
‘RF Technology’ grills is warranted
against defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of 12 months
from the date of purchase.
• LP / Propane Gas Cylinder
The cylinder manufacturer is
responsible for the materials,
workmanship and performance of the
gas cylinder. Contact your dealer or
the cylinder manufacturer in respect of
all warranty claims or service.
• Warranty Administration
In Australia, warranty is administered
by BeefEater Barbecues. In other
countries, contact your authorised
BeefEater retailer for details of your
BeefEater distributor.
• To ensure speedy processing of your
warranty service claim, ensure that
you record all specific details about
your appliance in the space provided.
Keep this information handy for future
reference.
NOT COVERED
Storage
Exposure of the barbecue appliance to
the elements should be minimised. Once
the unit has cooled and is cleaned, store
the barbecue under cover. Polyester/
Vinyl barbecue covers are an optional
accessory that will ensure years of
trouble free operation.
This warranty does not cover the
purchaser or any other person for
damage, malfunction or loss due to the
following:
• Lack of maintenance, abuse, neglect,
misuse, accident or improper
installation of this appliance.
• Scratches, dents, corrosion or
discolouring caused by heat, abrasive
or chemical cleaners or chipping on
porcelain parts.
• Corrosion or damage caused by
exposure to the elements, grease fires,
insects, weather or hail.
Note: Barbecues must be covered
when not in use.
• Cleaning and normal wear and tear.
Service calls of this nature are
chargeable.
• Rusting of cast iron plates, grills and
burners.
Note: Rust should be removed by a
scrub pad and the surface coated
with cooking oil. See owners manual –
Caring for cast iron cooking surfaces.
Cooktops must be covered when not in
use.
• Commercial use of the barbecue.
• Unauthorised repairs during the
warranty period
• Removal or re-installation costs.
• Cracks and weathering of timber parts
caused by exposure to the elements
or damage by weather, heat, insects,
chemicals or foods acids or juices.
CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY
1. The appliance is delivered to the
BeefEater distributor’s service
department or authorised service
agent and freight charges both ways
are paid by the owner. No liability is
accepted for loss or damage during
transit.
2. The appliance is installed by a qualified
person and operated and maintained
in accordance with the instructions
supplied. Repairs or service must be
carried out by an authorised person.
3. Installation must conform to the
applicable Gas, Electrical and Building
standards laid down by the local codes
for your country or region.
4. No alterations or repairs have been
carried out without obtaining the
distributors prior consent. Such repair
or any replacement does not extend
the warranty period.
5. Proof of purchase together with the
warranty card must be provided to
verify purchase date and establish
the warranty period. Only the original
purchaser is covered under this
warranty.
6. The warranty period is calculated from
the date of purchase only.
7. Where this warranty is inconsistent
with any state laws, the statutory
rights of the purchaser shall prevail.
8. Parts installed from other
manufacturers’ products will void this
warranty.
SERVICE ASSISTANCE
To assist you when contacting after sales service to arrange a service call, please complete the following details and
have them ready when you call.
Model Number
Serial number
BeefEater Sales International
3-5 Birmingham Avenue (PO Box 450)
Chester Hill, New South Wales 2162
Phone: +61 2 9755 7912
Facsimile: +61 2 9755 7913
E-mail: mail@beefeaterbbq.com
Website: www.beefeaterbbq.com
Retailer purchased from
Date of Purchase
Gas type
LPG/Propane
NG
USA Toll Free 1 866 550 2333
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Accessories
Beefeater Barbecues
See your retailer for the full range of BeefEater barbecue accessories
3 in 1 Scrub Brush
Meat Thermometer
Baking Dish
Roast Rack
Barbecue Cover
Roasting Hood
Apron & Mitt Set
Tool Set
Kebab Set
Tech Support
BeefEater Sales International
3-5 Birmingham Avenue
P.O. Box 236
Chester Hill
N.S.W. Australia 2162
PH: +61 2 9724 8888
FAX: +61 2 9724 8889
USA: Toll Free 1.866.550.2333
E-mail: mail@beefeaterbbq.com
Website: www.beefeaterbbq.com
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