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User manual
EGL4500X
UK
Contents
GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES ........................................................................................................ 5
GAS SAFETY GUIDELINES .................................................................................................................. 5
PROPER USE ........................................................................................................................................ 6
ECOLOGICAL DISPOSAL..................................................................................................................... 6
DIMENSIONS ......................................................................................................................................... 7
PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS .............................................................................................................. 8
EXAMPLES OF USE.............................................................................................................................. 9
Table of burners, nozzles and gas consumption characteristics ........................................................ 10
Check for gas leaks ............................................................................................................................ 11
General instructions about gas connection......................................................................................... 11
DESCRIPTION OF THE BARBECUE.................................................................................................... 12
THE CONTROL PANEL......................................................................................................................... 12
Burner control knob ............................................................................................................................ 12
Description of symbols........................................................................................................................ 13
COOKING LID ........................................................................................................................................ 13
Assembly instructions ......................................................................................................................... 13
SIDE WORK SURFACE......................................................................................................................... 14
Assembly instructions ......................................................................................................................... 14
SIDE COOKING SURFACE ................................................................................................................... 15
Side cooking surface gas connection ................................................................................................. 16
Side cooking surface burner control knob .......................................................................................... 16
WHEEL-MOUNTED BOTTLE TROLLEY .............................................................................................. 17
Fitting and using the wheels ............................................................................................................... 17
Fastening the top to the trolley ........................................................................................................... 17
Adjusting the door............................................................................................................................... 18
Adjustment of the drawer height ......................................................................................................... 18
ACCESSORIES ON REQUEST ............................................................................................................. 19
Utensil holder ...................................................................................................................................... 19
Assembling the ceramic tiles kit.......................................................................................................... 19
Protection cover .................................................................................................................................. 19
Chopping board .................................................................................................................................. 20
Utensils and paper roll holder ............................................................................................................. 20
Skewer ................................................................................................................................................ 20
POSITIONING THE INTERNAL COMPONENTS .................................................................................. 21
Positioning the grills and griddles correclty......................................................................................... 21
LIGHTING THE BURNERS.................................................................................................................... 22
COOKING TIPS...................................................................................................................................... 23
Meat .................................................................................................................................................... 23
Direct cooking ................................................................................................................................. 23
Indirect cooking............................................................................................................................... 23
Vegetables.......................................................................................................................................... 23
Direct cooking ................................................................................................................................. 23
Burner use table ................................................................................................................................. 24
Brief cooking tips ................................................................................................................................ 24
CLEANING THE BARBECUE................................................................................................................ 25
Stainless steel..................................................................................................................................... 25
Enamelled cast iron grills and griddle ................................................................................................. 25
Burners ............................................................................................................................................... 26
Disassembling the burners ............................................................................................................. 26
Drip pan .............................................................................................................................................. 26
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General informations
This appliance is designed to be used in the home and in the open air.
The use in a professional setting or any other use considered improper cause the immediate decline of the
guarantee.
The appliance meets the conformity requirements of current EEC standards.
THIS MANUAL IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE PURCHASED PRODUCT, IT SHOULD BE PRESERVED FOR THE
PRODUCT’S ENTIRE LIFESPAN.
BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT, WE RECOMMEND CAREFULLY READING THIS MANUAL AND ALL THE
INSTRUCTIONS IT CONTAINS.
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE VALID SOLELY FOR THE COUNTRIES THE SYMBOLS OF WHICH ARE SHOWN ON
THE COVER PAGE.
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH CURRENT
REGULATIONS.
The manual is divided into four sections:
Warnings: general regulations regarding the safety of operators and correct appliance use.
Installation: instructions for the qualified technician in charge of installing, commissioning and testing the
appliance.
Use: description of controls, switching on the appliance, fitting accessories and cooking tips.
Cleaning and Maintenance: recommended cleaning procedures and useful advice for ensuring the
appliance continues to work efficiently and look good over time.
THE MANUFACTURER IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY INACCURACIES IN THIS BOOKLET RESULTING FROM
PRINTING OR TRANSCRIPTION ERRORS. THE MANUFACTURER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY ITS
PRODUCTS AS IT CONSIDERS NECESSARY OR IN THE INTERESTS OF THE USER, WITHOUT COMPROMISING
THEIR ESSENTIAL SAFETY AND OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS.
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Warnings
General safety guidelines
• DO NOT LEAVE PACKING RESIDUE UNATTENDED
AROUND THE HOME.
• SEPARATE OUT THE VARIOUS WASTE MATERIALS
AND TAKE THEM TO THE NEAREST RECYCLING
CENTRE.
• THE IDENTIFICATION PLATE, WITH THE TECHNICAL
DATA, SERIAL NUMBER AND MARK, IS CLEARLY
VISIBLE ON THE BACK OF THE APPLIANCE. THE
PLATE MUST NEVER BE REMOVED.
• INSTALLATION AND SERVICING SHOULD BE CARRIED
OUT BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL IN ACCORDANCE
WITH CURRENT REGULATIONS.
• BEFORE OPERATING THE APPLIANCE IT IS
ESSENTIAL TO REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE FILM
FROM THE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR.
• IMMEDIATELY AFTER INSTALLATION, TEST THE
APPLIANCE BRIEFLY USING THE DIRECTIONS FOR
USE. IF IT FAILS TO WORK, CONTACT YOUR NEAREST
TECHNICAL SERVICE CENTRE. NEVER ATTEMPT TO
REPAIR THE APPLIANCE.
• ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES WHILE
HANDLING PARTICULARLY HOT COMPONENTS.
• NEVER REST INFLAMMABLE OBJECTS ON THE
APPLIANCE: THIS MAY RESULT IN A FIRE IF THE
APPLIANCE IS SWITCHED ON.
• THIS APPLIANCE IS MANUFACTURED TO USE LPG
SOLD IN APPROPRIATE BOTTLES AT AUTHORISED
CENTRES. SHOULD IT BE NECESSARY TO USE
ANOTHER TYPE OF GAS (METHANE) CONTACT YOUR
NEAREST AUTHORISED CENTRE.
• ALWAYS HANDLE EMPTY GAS BOTTLES WITH CARE
AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SAFETY
REGULATIONS PROVIDED WITH THE RELATIVE
INSTRUCTIONS. DO NOT USE GAS BOTTLES THAT
ARE DENTED OR RUSTY.
• DO NOT STORE SPARE GAS BOTTLES CLOSE TO THE
BARBECUE.
• NEVER DISCONNECT THE BOTTLE FROM THE
BARBECUE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION. ALWAYS
STAND WELL AWAY FROM THE APPLIANCE FOR ANY
OPERATION TO DO WITH THE GAS BOTTLE.
• AFTER THE APPLIANCE HAS BEEN UNUSED FOR A
TIME, ALWAYS CHECK THE GAS IS CORRECTLY
CONNECTED BEFORE SWITCHING ON AGAIN (SEE
SECTION “CHECK FOR GAS LEAKS” ON PAGE 11) AND
CHECK THAT THE GAS OUTLET HOLES ARE NOT
CLOGGED WITH DUST OR THE LIKE (SEE SECTION
"BURNERS" ON PAGE 26).
• SOME ACCESSIBLE PARTS CAN BECOME VERY HOT.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Gas safety guidelines
• IF YOU SMELL GAS: SHUT OFF THE BURNER FLAMES;
CLOSE THE VALVE ON THE LPG BOTTLE OR THE
METHANE GAS TAP AND OPEN THE BARBECUE LID. IF
THE SMELL PERSISTS, CONTACT YOUR AUTHORISED
SERVICE CENTRE.
• NEVER USE FLAME TO FIND GAS LEAKS.
• THE GAS PIPE SHOULD BE CONNECTED UP TO
STANDARD, AND SHOULD COMPLY WITH CURRENT
REGULATIONS THAT ENVISAGE THE INSTALLATION
OF A SAFETY TAP UPSTREAM OF THE GAS
CONNECTION.
• THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT FITTED WITH GAS SAFETY
VALVES. DO NOT LEAVE IT UNATTENDED WHILE IT IS
IN OPERATION. SHOULD THE FLAMES
ACCIDENTALLY GO OUT, TURN THE KNOBS
IMMEDIATELY TO OFF AND WAIT A FEW MINUTES
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO SWITCH ON AGAIN.
• THE BARBECUE CAN ONLY BE USED IN THE OPEN AIR
WITH NATURAL VENTILATION, OUTSIDE OF
ENCLOSED AREAS, WHERE ANY GAS LEAKS AND
FLUE GASES CAN DISPERSE RAPIDLY ON THE WIND
AND WITH NATURAL AIR CONVECTION.
• DO NOT USE THE BARBECUE IN ENCLOSED SPACES,
INSIDE CAMPER VANS, CARAVANS OR ANY OTHER
MOBILE INSTALLATION.
• NEVER USE THIS COOKING DEVICE TO HEAT ROOMS.
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Warnings
Proper use
Ecological disposal
• THE APPLIANCE IS DESIGNED TO BE USED BY
ADULTS ONLY. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO
APPROACH THE APPLIANCE OR USE IT AS A TOY.
• THE PRODUCT PACKING IS MADE OF NONPOLLUTING, ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY AND
RECYCLABLE MATERIALS. DISPOSE OF THE
PACKING CORRECTLY AT RECYCLING AND
DISPOSAL CENTRES.
• NEVER LEAVE THE APPLIANCE UNATTENDED
DURING USE.
• THE PANS AND CONTAINERS USED ON THE GRILLS
MUST HAVE A PERFECTLY FLAT, SMOOTH BOTTOM.
• DO NOT USE CONTAINERS THAT PROTRUDE OVER
THE OUTER PERIMETER OF THE SURFACE.
• SWITCH ON THE BURNERS ONLY WHEN THE LID IS
LIFTED.
• BEFORE THE BARBECUE IS FIRST USED FOR
COOKING, THE BURNERS SHOULD BE LEFT ON FOR
10 MINUTES (WITH THE LID UP) TO BURN OFF ALL
MANUFACTURING RESIDUE AND OIL.
• ONCE SWITCHED ON, LOWER THE LID HOLDING IT
ALL THE WAY DOWN.
• THE BARBECUE BECOMES VERY HOT DURING USE.
TO AVOID BEING SCOLDED, IT IS ADVISABLE TO
WEAR HEAT PROTECTION GLOVES. DO NOT TOUCH
THE HEATING ELEMENTS INSIDE THE APPLIANCE.
• AFTER EACH USE, ALWAYS CHECK THAT THE
CONTROL KNOBS ARE SET TO OFF.
• DO NOT USE THE BARBECUE IN BAD WEATHER.
CONTACT WITH WATER CAN SEVERELY DAMAGE
THE APPLIANCE AND ENDANGER ITS SAFETY.
• DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTS AND HOLES OF
VENTILATION AND WARMTH DISPERSION.
• TO PREVENT THE COMBUSTION OF PREVIOUS
COOKING RESIDUE, CLEAN THE DRIP PAN, BURNERS
COMPARTMENT AND THE BURNERS THEMSELVES
BEFORE EACH USE.
• DO NOT USE METAL SPONGES OR SHARP SCRAPERS
ON THE EXTERNAL SURFACES. USE NORMAL NONABRASIVE PRODUCTS, WITH WOODEN OR PLASTIC
UTENSILS IF NECESSARY. RINSE THOROUGHLY AND
DRY WITH A SOFT CLOTH. DO NOT USE HIGH
PRESSURE WATER JETS ON THE BARBECUE, THE
POWER OF THE WATER JET MAY DAMAGE THE
FINISH AND ENDANGER SAFETY.
• IF YOU FORESEE TO LET YOUR BARBECUE UNUSED
FOR A LONG PERIOD, MAKE SURE IT IS
APPROPRIATELY CLEANED, SEE THE CHAPTER
ABOUT “CLEANING THE BARBECUE” AT PAGE 25; PUT
ON THE PROTECTION COVER AND PLACE THE
APPLIANCE IN A SHELTERED LOCATION.
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THE MANUFACTURER DECLINES ALL
RESPONSIBILITY FOR USE OTHER THAN THAT
INDICATED, AS WELL AS FOR DAMAGE TO
THINGS OR HARM TO PERSONS CAUSED BY
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE GUIDELINES
OR BY TAMPERING, EVEN PARTIALLY, WITH THE
APPLIANCE OR BY THE USE OF NON-ORIGINAL
SPARE PARTS.
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Dimensions
802 + 134
150
Version with trolley and side shelves
C
B
651,5
350
A
595
350
NO. BURNERS
A
B
C
3
685
1385
1498
4
895
1595
1708
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Preliminary operations
THE BARBECUE HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND BUILT TO COOK AND HEAT FOOD IN THE OPEN AIR. THIS
APPLIANCE IS NOT DESIGNED FOR USE IN A PROFESSIONAL SETTING OR IN ENCLOSED SPACES.
BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THE BARBECUE, THE INTERIOR SHOULD BE CLEANED OF ANY
MANUFACTURING RESIDUE. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ON CLEANING REFER TO CHAPTER "CLEANING
THE BARBECUE" ON PAGE 25.
Choose the installation site for the barbecue carefully:
1) it must not be too dusty: long term dust may clog the burners and make using the barbecue hazardous;
2) it must not be too exposed to the wind: during use strong winds may prevent the barbecue from working
properly or accidentally switch off the burners;
3) position the barbecue so that it is completely stable;
4) away from inflammable materials.
BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THE BARBECUE REMOVE ALL PLASTIC PROTECTIONS FROM THE
CONTROL PANEL AND FROM THE STAINLESS STEEL SIDES OF THE APPLIANCE.
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Examples of use
The outdoor area in which the barbecue is positioned must meet the following requirements:
1) there may be walls on all sides, but there must be at least one permanent doorway and no ceiling;
2) there may be no more than two side walls when there is a ceiling;
3) there may be partial overhead cover, including a ceiling, but with no more than two walls and with the
following conditions:
a) At least 25% of the total wall surface is completely open.
b) At least 30% of the remaining surface is open and not delimited.
3a
1
2
3b
3
If positioning on a balcony or terrace, at least 20% of the total wall surface must be open.
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CONTACT YOUR NEAREST AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE TO CONNECT THE BARBECUE TO A METHANE
SUPPLY (G20 AT 20 MBAR).
REFER TO CURRENT REGULATIONS TO FIT OR REPLACE THE RUBBER PIPE. THE PIPE'S EXPIRY DATE IS
PRINTED ON THE PIPE ITSELF. ENSURE THE PIPE IS REPLACED BEFORE THIS DATE.
SHOULD THE GAS BOTTLE NOT BE FITTED WITH A STOP VALVE, A SHUT-OFF TAP SHOULD BE USED. THE
TAP MUST BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE VENTS IN THE BOTTLE COMPARTMENT. THE GAS BOTTLE MUST BE REPLACED
AWAY FROM ANY POWER SOURCE.
Table of burners, nozzles and gas consumption characteristics
BURNERS
GRILL
SIDE SHELF
TRIPLE-RING
RAPID
Rated power
kW
6.20
3.30
3.0
Reduced power
kW
2.20
1.30
0.75
CONSUMPTION
G20 20mbar
G30 28..30mbar
m3/h
0.590
0.314
0.286
g/h
450.82
240.146
219
93
85
NOZZLE DIAMETER
G30 28..30mbar
G31 37mbar
n°
127
G30 50mbar
G31 50mbar
n°
110
73
75
G20 20mbar
n°
190
128
115
G25 25mbar
n°
200
135
121
G25 20mbar
n°
220
145
115
n°
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
BY-PASS DIAMETER
G30 28..30mbar
G31 37mbar
G30 50mbar
G31 50mbar
n°
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
G20 20mbar
mm
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
G25 25mbar
mm
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
G25 20mbar
mm
Reg.
Reg.
Reg.
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Check for gas leaks
This check should be carried out immediately after connecting the gas and each time the appliance is
reconnected after being unused for a time.
Once the rubber pipe is connected to the gas supply, carry out the following operations:
1) Open the gas valve on the LPG bottle (or turn the shut-off tap if methane supplied).
DO NOT LIGHT THE BURNERS YET.
2) With the gas pressure in the pipe, look for any leaks by brushing a soapy water-based solution onto the
gas unions. A gas leak will cause bubbles to form.
DO NOT USE NAKED FLAME TO LOOK FOR LEAKS.
3) Close the gas valve on the bottle (or the methane shut-off tap), eliminate the gas leak and repeat the test
as described in points 1 and 2.
General instructions about gas connection
We recommend checking that the appliance is properly set up for the type of gas distributed.
The connection to the gas pipes must be made in a workmanlike manner, in compliance
with current standards that prescribe the installation of a safety tap at the end of the pipe.
The threaded ½" gas connection pipe is located at the rear on the right hand side of the
appliance.
1/2”
Using flexible rubber pipes with a max. length of 1500 mm:
• do not allow the pipes to be constricted or crushed;
• pipes must not be subject to tractive force or torsional stress;
• do not allow the pipes to come into contact with cutting or sharp edges, etc...
• do not allow the pipes to come into contact with parts that can reach temperatures of 70°C
above room temperature;
• make sure the entire length of the pipes can be inspected.
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Description of the barbecue
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
L
M
N
O
Side work surface
Drip pan
Exhaust vents
Enamelled cast iron grills
Side cooking surface
Griddle
Top drawer
Bottom drawer
Gas bottle cupboard door
Control knobs
Wheel with brake
Wheel without brake
Cooking lid
A
O
E
C
B
G
I
F
D
L
H
L
M
N
The control panel
1
All the barbecue's controls are fitted on the front panel.
1
2
3
4
Left burner control knob
Centre left burner control knob
Centre right burner control knob
Right burner control knob
Burner control knob
To switch on the burner refer to section "Lighting the burners" on page 22.
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2
3
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Description of symbols
Piezoelectric ignition
Maximum flame
Minimum flame
Burner off
Cooking lid
Stainless steel fitted with a handle. Can be used while cooking
and to keep food heated.
SWITCH ON THE BURNERS ONLY WHEN THE LID IS LIFTED.
THE LID BECOMES HOT WHILE COOKING. HANDLE WHILE
WEARING HEAT PROTECTION GLOVES.
Assembly instructions
• Insert the tabs (one on each side) of the
lid A into the respective slots on the
inside of the barbecue, as shown by the
arrow in the detail of the figure.
A
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Side work surface
Stainless steel work surface. It is fastened to
the barbecue structure.
20 Kg
THE SIDE WORK SURFACE IS DESIGNED TO
WITHSTAND A MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF 20 KG.
Assembly instructions
• Partially tighten the screws A (hexagon screws M5, 4 per side), with washers, in the threaded inserts on
the side of the barbecue.
• Slide the side shelves into the slots B and then push downwards to click into place.
• Tighten the screws fully A.
A
A
B
B
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Side cooking surface
Stainless steel with burner and cast-iron grid. Fastened to the
barbecue structure. Piezoelectric ignition.
The gas is connected in series with the barbecue burners. Supplied
with a cover with the sole purpose of protecting the burner when not
in use.
THIS SAFETY COVER IS NOT DESIGNED FOR COOKING. IT MUST
ALWAYS BE LIFTED BEFORE LIGHTING THE BURNER.
20 Kg
THE SIDE COOKING SURFACE IS DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND A
MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF 20 KG.
THE SIDE COOKING SURFACE CAN BE USED TO STAND RECIPIENTS WITH A
DIAMETER BETWEEN 20 CM AND 26 CM. OTHER SIZE RECIPIENTS MAY CONSTITUTE
A RISK FOR THE USER AND/OR JEOPARDISE THE EFFICIENCY OF THE APPLIANCE.
To assemble the structure refer to the instructions “Side work surface” on page 14.
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Side cooking surface gas connection
THE APPLIANCE IS ALREADY REGULATED TO OPERATE WITH LPG (G30/31 AT 28-30/37MBAR).
LPG
NEVER CONNECT THE PIPES DIRECTLY TO THE GAS BOTTLE: A PRESSURE REGULATOR MUST ALWAYS
BEEN INTERPOSED.
1) Unscrew the 4 screws A and remove the sheet B at the back of the barbecue.
2) The pipe G is provided already connected to the end N of the gas ramp of the hob. Route the pipe G
underneath the cooking surface. Insert the other end of the pipe G through the pre-cut holes L and F, then
connect it to the threaded union E.
3) Provide a gas pipe I of 1500 mm length. You may need a pipe holder H on the end of the ramp of the hob M.
4) Connect the end of the gas pipe I directly to the end of the hob ramp M or to the pipe holder H.
5) Route the pipe I underneath the cooking surface (outside as shown in the picture).
6) If the gas bottle is housed inside the trolley, use the pre-cut hole L to route the gas pipe I.
7) Connect the end of the gas pipe I to the gas pressure regulator C.
8) Connect the gas pressure regulator C to the threaded union D on the bottle.
9) After connecting, refit the rear sheet B.
.
G
E G
G
F
I
I
D
N
L
M
I
H
The symbols
A
C
B
in the picture mean that on those points a clamp could be necessary.
AFTER CONNECTING, ENSURE THE RUBBER PIPE IS NOT CRUSHED, HANGING OR OBSTRUCTING THE LID
OPENING.
Side cooking surface burner control knob
To switch on the burner refer to section "Lighting the burners" on page 22.
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Wheel-mounted bottle trolley
Made of stainless steel 18/10. Fitted with two fixed wheels and two pivot wheels with brake. Designed to
contain the gas bottle, but can also be fitted with drawers or additional cupboards depending on the width.
25 Kg
THE DRAWERS ARE DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND A MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF 25 KG.
DO NOT REST INFLAMMABLE OBJECTS (SUCH AS PAPER, CLOTH AND OTHER MATERIALS) INSIDE THE
DRAWERS OR INSIDE THE BOTTLE COMPARTMENT.
Fitting and using the wheels
The wheels provided with brakes must be fit on the left of the appliance, while the other wheels must be fit
on the right side.
Screw the 4 wheels into the threaded housings under the structure using the four M8 hexagon bolts
provided. To brake the barbecue simply press a foot onto the snap lever as shown in the figure. To release
the brake, return the lever to standby position.
LEFT
RIGHT
DO NOT USE THE TROLLEY UNLESS THE WHEELS ARE CORRECTLY SCREWED IN.
Fastening the top to the trolley
BEFORE CARRYING OUT THIS OPERATION INSTALL THE PIVOT WHEELS
(SEE INSTRUCTIONS ABOVE), REMOVE THE DRAWERS AND OPEN THE
BOTTLE TROLLEY DOOR.
Screw the trolley to the top using four hexagon bolts M10 which screw to
the bottom of the top from the inside of the trolley.
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Adjusting the door
A
The hinge on the door can be adjusted by
turning the screws indicated by the arrows in
the adjacent diagram.
ADJUST THE DOOR ONCE INSTALLATION IS
COMPLETE.
+2
+ 2,8 mm
-2
B
C
Adjustment of the drawer height
The clips of height adjustment are located in the lower side and at the right and left ends of the drawer.
• By turning the lever A the drawer will raise of 3 mm.
+ 3 mm max
A
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Accessories on request
Utensil holder
A
The utensil holder is a steel frame for storing utensils and tools inside
the gas bottle compartment.
To fit the holder, proceed as follows:
• open the door of the gas bottle compartment;
• place the frame onto the 4 fastening pins A already secured to the
inside of the door;
• push the frame downwards until the pins fit into the slots B.
To remove the frame, lift upwards then away from the pins.
B
A
B
Assembling the ceramic tiles kit
A
F
D
B
C
D
F
F
D
E
F
D
1. Remove the grill grates "A", griddles "B" and disperser "C" (one per kit to be installed).
2. Place the two side supports "D" and the central support "E" (for double kit only) in the combustion
chamber.
3. Position the crosspieces "F" in the slots made in supports "D" and "E".
4. Rest the tiles on the frame as shown in the figure.
5. Replace the grill grates "A" and griddles "B".
THE DISPERSER "C" (ONE PER KIT) IS NOT REPLACED, AS IT WOULD NOT FIT WITH THE TILES ASSEMBLED.
TO ASSURE A GOOD WORKING, TAKE CARE THAT THE CERAMIC TILES HOLES GET NOT OBSTRUCTED.
OVERTURN THE TILES REGULARLY TO LET THE BURNERS CARBONATE THE COOKING RESIDUALS.
Protection cover
PVC waterproof plastic material, to be used for covering and housing in the open air the barbecue in the
trolley version. To clean use water and neutral detergent.
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Chopping board
PVC Chopping board A for food preparation, incorporated in the stainless steel side working surface B. The
chopping board is removable and dishwasher-safe.
KEEP THE CHOPPING BOARD AWAY FROM WARMING
SOURCES SINCE IT COULD WARP AND MELT.
A
B
C
Utensils and paper roll holder
Stainless steel, to be applied on the side working
surface; it can be used both as paper roll holder and
as bar to hang the utensils.
• Position the supports C on the inner side of the
working surface B.
• Tighten the screws D.
• Position the pipe E by inserting it into the supports C on the back side.
D
E
Skewer
The barbecue is provided with a skewer.
Position it over the grill as shown in the
picture.
A Skewer handle
B Skewer
C Skewer housing holes
D Front skewer support
E Griddles
F Grills
B
A
F
D
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Positioning the internal components
Before beginning to cook, check the burners, flame spreaders, deflectors, grills and griddle are correctly in
place. The figure shows the correct sequence for positioning the burners A, flame spreaders B, the
deflectors E, grills C and the griddle D.
• The tabs on the flame spreaders B
C
should be inserted into the slots F on the
inside of the barbecue.
ONLY IN THE CONDITIONS ILLUSTRATED
ABOVE, WITH ALL THE AFORESAID
COMPONENTS CORRECTLY ASSEMBLED,
IS IT ADVISABLE TO START COOKING.
ANY OTHER SET-UP MAY CONSTITUTE A
RISK FOR THE USER AND MAY
JEOPARDISE THE GOOD USE OF THE
APPLIANCE.
D
B
F
A
E
Positioning the grills and
griddles correclty
To ensure the best grill result it is
important to select the most appropriate
griddle for the type of food to be cooked.
Below are some hints listed.
Open griddle
Closed griddle, ribbed side
Closed griddle, flat side
Fillet steaks
Fish
Shrimps
Chicken legs
Vegetables
Sausages
Cheese
Fruit
Hamburgers
Vegetables
Cheese
Fried eggs
Bacon
The open griddles can be used on both sides. The closed griddles are double-faced: smooth on one side,
striped on the other side, in order to allow different kinds of cooking.
NEVER PUT THE TWO GRIDDLES SIDE BY SIDE. FOR A CORRECT POSITIONING AND USE PLEASE REFER TO
THE BELOW DIAGRAM.
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Lighting the burners
1) Press the knob and turn the indicator to the symbol
: the ignition clicks and the pilot light switches on
simultaneously. To generate other discharges, hold down the knob while turning the indicator repeatedly
to the symbol
.
2) Once the burner is lit, turn the indicator to position . Release the knob: the burner is now on the
maximum setting.
3) To adjust from maximum to minimum setting, turn the knob from
to .
4) To switch off the burner return the indicator to ; press the knob and turn the indicator to (burner off)
while holding down the knob. Release the knob.
1
2
3
4
IF THE BURNER DOES NOT LIGHT, RETURN THE KNOB TO
; PRESS THE KNOB AND TURN THE INDICATOR
TO
(BURNER OFF) WHILE HOLDING DOWN THE KNOB. WAIT A FEW SECONDS TO ALLOW THE GAS
EMITTED TO DISPERSE AND THEN REPEAT POINTS 1 TO 3.
TO CHECK THE BURNERS HAVE TURNED ON, LOOK FOR THE FLAME THROUGH THE SLOTS IN THE GRILLS.
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Cooking tips
Some suggestions for getting the best out of your barbecue are given below. Please remember that cooking
times and intensities may vary according to personal taste.
Direct cooking: when food is cooked directly on the grill under which the burner is lit.
Indirect cooking: when food is cooked on the grill adjacent to the one with the lit burner.
DURING COOKING THE SIDE COOKING SURFACE MUST BE LIFTED.
Meat
To cook meat preheat the grill burners on maximum setting for at least 5-10 minutes, depending on the
thickness of the meat. For small pieces (chops, bacon rashers, ribs etc.) preheat for a short time
(approximately 5 minutes). For bigger cuts (joints, whole chickens, etc.) preheat for longer (approximately
10 minutes). In both cases the lid should be left down during the preheat.
Direct cooking
In general, to cook meat direct, the burners should be set on maximum, and on medium/minimum for fish
and vegetables. For best results, scald the food first on maximum. Then adjust the burners to medium/
minimum until the food is cooked through without burning on the outside. While cooking, particularly with
pork, it is normal for the flame to flare up due to fat dripping. If this occurs move the food to a cooler area of
the grill. Completely filling the grill with food is not therefore recommended.
Indirect cooking
After preheating the grill, with the burners on maximum and the cooking lid closed, position the meat on the
side of the grill adjacent to the lit burner. With the 90 cm barbecue position the meat on the central grill after
lighting the side burners. Start cooking with the burners set to minimum and increase gradually. Cooking
takes considerably longer than with direct cooking, but good results are guaranteed. Large cuts of meat or
fish cook well with this type of cooking (joints, whole chickens, sea bream, etc.), or particularly thick or fatty
food, which may result in frequent flare-up due to the fat dripping.
Vegetables
Vegetables, like meat, should be cooked on burners that have been preheated on maximum (for 5/10
minutes) with the cooking lid closed.
Direct cooking
After preheating adjust the burners to minimum and arrange the vegetables on the grill. Keep the burners
on minimum for the duration to protect delicate food.
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Use
Burner use table
TEMPERATURE
230 - 250 °C
BURNER SETTING
Maximum setting (
USE
)
200 °C
Medium-maximum setting
160-180 °C
Intermediate setting
150 °C
Medium-minimum setting
110-120 °C
Minimum setting (
High heat. Preheating before cooking begins.
Medium-high heat. For direct cooking of thin cuts of
meat, fish and vegetables.
Medium heat. For cooking medium cuts of meat
(medium-size chicken, devilled chicken, etc.). Also
suitable for indirect cooking.
)
Medium-low heat. For indirect cooking and for
smoking; for heating food or keeping just cooked food
warm.
Low heat. For smoking and indirect cooking of large
pieces of fatty or delicate food; for grilling vegetables;
for keeping just cooked food warm.
Brief cooking tips
• Always preheat with the burners on maximum.
• 15-minute preheat recommended when cooking on the griddle.
• 15-minute preheat recommended when more marked grilling is required.
• In indirect cooking, preheat the burner corresponding to the food on the grill on minimum for 5 minutes,
and the remaining burners on maximum for 10 minutes. The lid should be left down during cooking.
• In direct cooking (meat or fish), if the naked flame tends to burn the food, lower the burners heat, or move
the food to a cooler area of the grill.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Cleaning the barbecue
For optimum cleaning in accordance with manufacturing characteristics, use products that are not excessively
aggressive.
TO CLEAN THE METAL INTERNAL PARTS, WE RECOMMEND WEARING WORK GLOVES.
Stainless steel
After each use, and when the appliance has cooled down, we recommend cleaning the external and internal
parts and the stainless steel accessories to help the barbecue last longer.
To clean and preserve the external stainless steel surfaces, always use specific products without abrasives
or chlorine-based acids. Do not use metal sponges or sharp scrapers. Use wooden or plastic utensils if
necessary.
Continual contact with the flame may over time fade the shine on the steel near the areas exposed to heat.
This is entirely natural and does not alter the performance of the appliance in any way.
Using detergent: spray the detergent repeatedly on the steel surfaces of the barbecue. Clean with a nonabrasive sponge, rinse carefully and dry with a soft cloth. For best results, leave the detergent to work for a
time. To remove any yellow areas on the steel, pour some stainless cream cleaner onto kitchen paper and rub
in the direction of the satin finish.
Enamelled cast iron grills and griddle
The cast iron grills A and griddles B should be cleaned when still slightly warm. To clean the griddles B use
the supplied scraper C.
To remove any food residue, rub with a brass bristle brush. Then wash the grills and griddle with a degreasing
agent and rinse with plenty of tepid water.
The cast iron grills and the griddle are also dishwasher safe.
A
B
C
AFTER THOROUGH CLEANING AND BEFORE USING THE CAST IRON GRILLS AND GRIDDLE AGAIN, REMOVE
ANY DETERGENT RESIDUE BY LIGHTING THE BURNERS ON MAXIMUM FOR A FEW MINUTES.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Burners
Periodically check that the burners light properly and that no gas outlet holes are clogged. If a burner does not
light fully, it may be sufficient to use compressed air to clear the holes clogged with dust or the like. If this is
not effective, disassemble the burners and clean them thoroughly (e.g. putting a pin through the clogged holes
and blowing compressed air straight into the burner).
Disassembling the burners
• Remove the grills A and the griddle B.
• Remove the flame spreaders C.
• To remove the burners D remove the cotter pins F (one per burner); then free the Venturi tube from its seat
and take out.
• Remove the deflectors E.
• Clean the barbecue vessel with stainless steel detergent. Rinse and dry.
• Carefully clean the individual components and refit them with the above procedure in reverse order.
A
B
C
D
E
F
Drip pan
After cooking (after the barbecue has cooled down),
remove the drip pan as shown in the adjacent figure and
pour the oily residue into a closable container so that it
can be disposed of correctly.
THE OILY RESIDUE RESULTING FROM COOKING MEAT
AND FISH SHOULD NOT BE THROWN AWAY IN THE
HOME, BUT DISPOSED OF CORRECTLY IN SPECIAL
BINS OR DELIVERED TO RECYCLING CENTRES.
• Clean the drip pan with suitable non-abrasive products
and reposition.
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