45cm Kettle Barbecue
Item#SRCG22018B
Thank you for purchasing this barbecue. Please read the instructions carefully before use to
ensure safe and satisfactory operation of this product
Pre-assembly preparation
WARNING! FOR YOUR SAFETY, FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY
Please read these instructions carefully and ensure that your barbecue is properly installed, assembled,
maintained and serviced in accordance with these instructions.
Failure to follow these instructions may result in serious injury and/or damage to property.
Necessary Tools
Please check the pack contents before attempting to assemble this product. A full checklist of components is
given in this leaflet. If any components are missing, please contact the retailer from whom you bought this
product.
This product takes approximately40 MINUTES to assemble with 2 PERSON
The fittings pack contains SMALL ITEMS
which should be KEPT AWAY FROM YOUNG CHILDREN.
Read this leaflet in full before commencing assembly.
Contents
Exploded Diagram
Parts List
Assembly instructions
Warning information
Safety information
Caution
Lighting your Charcoal barbecue
Direct cooking
Indirect cooking
Maintenance of your barbecue
Fittings and parts checklist
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Description
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Grill top
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Grill
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Grate
1
Grill bottom
1
Leg Holders
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Short legs
2
Long legs
2
Ash tray
1
Rectangular wire shelf 1
Spacer
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Wheel (6")
2
Washer
2
Cap nut-Wheel
2
Lag cap
2
Screw-Top handle
2
Phenolic handle
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Description
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Lid hanger bracket
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Washer
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Hex nuts
2
Leg screws
4
Lag washers
4
Phenolic handle
2
Screw-Gill bottom handle
4
Washer- Grill bottom handle
4
Air vent
1
Bottom air vent
1
Air vent handle
1
Air vent handle support bracket 1
Hex head bolt
1
Washers
2
Locking nut
1
Nut
1
Locking nut
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READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE
BUILDING AND USING YOUR BARBECUE
Warning information
- Do not store or use petrol or any other flammable vapours or materials
- WARNING! Keep children and pets away.
within 8 meters of this barbecue.
- Do not use indoors.
- Keep all combustible items and surfaces at least 60cm away from the
- ATTENTION! This barebecue will become very hot, do not move
barbecue at all times. This includes wooded decks both treated and
untreated.
during operation.
- Never use this barbecue on boats or other recreational vehicles.
- Keep the grilling area free from combustible materials, petrol and other
flammable vapours or liquids.
- This barbecue should not be left unattended while in use.
- Keep all electrical cables away from the hot surfaces of the barbecue.
- This barbecue is not designed for commercial use and doing so will void
its warranty.
- Do not touch metal parts of the barbecue until it has completely
cooled. Wear barbecue mitts when adjusting air vents or lifting the lid.
- This barbecue is for outdoor use only. If used in enclosed spaces such as
- Do not touch the grills, charcoal or any part of the barbecue to see if
a building or garage toxic fumes will build up and may cause death or
serious injury.
they are hot.
- Never move the barbecue while in use and wait until the coals are
- Always use the barbecue in a well ventilated area, but out of high winds.
completely extinguished and cold before attempting to move the
barbecue.
- Position the barbecue so that winds do not carry hot ash onto
combustible surfaces.
- Always open the lid carefully as steam and heat builds up inside the
- Do not use this barbecue without first reading the operating
barbecue and can cause serious injury.
instructions carefully .
Caution
- Improper assembly of the barbecue may be dangerous. Please follow all
the assembly instructions carefully before lighting the barbecue. Altering
the barbecue in any way from the manufacturer’s instructions may be
dangerous and will void all warranties.
- Regularly check and clean the barbecue to avoid any build up of fats
which may cause a fat fire and would void your warranty.
- Always empty the ash cup/ash tray after every use. Do not remove the
Safety Information
ash until it is completely extinguished and cold.
- Make sure the ash collection cup/tray is securely attached and the air
- Using abrasive cleaners on the barbecue or grills will damage the finish
- When lighting the barbecue ensure you do not have any loose clothing
- Using sharp objects to clean the bowl and hood will damage the finish
vents are clean and clear before you light the barbecue.
and void the warranty.
touching or near the coals.
and void the warranty.
- Always wear barbecue mitts and protective clothing when lighting the
- Allow the complete barbecue to cool before cleaning and washing in a
barbecue with a chimney starter or when adding more fuel to the
barbecue.
warm soapy solution. Ensure that any dried fat and food deposits are
cleaned off thegrills after EVERY cooking session. Wash the grills with
hot, soapy water then rinse and dry before returning the grills to the
barbecue.
- Ensure the barbecue is on a solid, flat and level non combustible surface
before lighting.
- Do not use paraffin, alcohol or other combustible materials to light the
barbecue.
- Do not add firelighters or any other barbecue lighting material to a
barbecue that is already alight.
- CAUTION! Do not use spirit or petrol for lighting or re-lighting the
barbecue!
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Lighting your charcoal barbecue
Indirect cooking
- Cooking with the heat
source to the side of the barbecue
Ensure the lid is open, the air vents on the top and bottom of the
barbecue are open.
In indirect cooking the lit coals are kept to the sides of the grate
so that the heat source is not directly under the food. This method of
cooking is best suited to delicate foods that burn easily or foods that
take longer than 30 minutes to cook. After approximately an hour of
cooking you may need to add more briquettes to the 2 piles of coals
either side of the barbecue. Maintain the quantity of charcoal so that
it is the same height to ensure there is adequate heat for the whole
cooking session.
Remove any ash left from the previous barbecue (this can only
be done once the coals are fully extinguished and cold).
When lighting coal directly on the grate, pile the required quantity of
briquettes into a pyramid on top of 3 or 4 firelighters. Ignite the
firelighters andleave the hood open . The coals should be ready
to cook over in 30-40 minutes, when all briquettes have a covering
of ‘grey’ ash. Arrange the lit coals with long handled tongs.
When using a firestarter chimney, put the required amount of
briquettes into the top of the chimney above the internal grate.
Stand the Firestarter on the barbecue grate over scrunched
up newspaper or 1-2 firelighters, then ignite. The briquettes will be
ready for cooking in 20-25 minutes. Pour the hot coals out of the
Firestarter onto the grate. Always use BBQ Mitts when
handling the Firestarter.
Indirect cooking
Aim for an even layer of coals, 3-4cm deep in the required area
under the grill. Always put the charcoal or briquettes on the
grate and never directly into the bottom of the barbecue bowl.
Failure to do so may cause damage to the barbecue which is not
covered by the warranty.
Charcoal must only be placed on the grate and NEVER
on the grill bottom Failure to do this will damage the
grill bottom and will not be covered by the waranty.
Direct cooking
heat source
- Cooking directly over the
In this method of cooking the lit coals are spread evenly under the
grill and is best used for items of food that take up to 25-30
minutes to cook such as burgers, sausages, chops and kebabs. For
the best results food should be turned once, half way through
cooking. Avoid the temptation to continually turn the food which
looses more juices and makes food dry and less tasty.
Maintenance of your barbecue
Direct cooking
Keep your barbecue beneath a weather cover and out of the rain
when not in use. Store your clean charcoal barbecue in a dry, well
ventilated area over winter.
Protection
Cleaning
To clean barbecue for next time, take a long handled brush and
brush the cooking surface to remove excess oils and food scraps.
Be careful as surfaces may be hot. Protect your hands by using an oven
mitt to hold the brush.
Allow to cool before washing in a warm soapy solution. Ensure that
any dried fat/food deposits are cleaned off the grills after EVERY
cooking session. Wash the grills with hot, soapy water then rinse and
dry the grills before returning them to the barbecue.
3 - 4cm of coals
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PLEASE KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE