Weber K45012224 User Manual
LPG Owner’s Manual
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Welcome to Weber
Important
Safety Information
DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION
statements are used throughout this
Owner's Manual to emphasise critical and
important information. Read and follow
these statements to help ensure safety and
prevent property damage. The statements
are defined below.
mDANGER: Indicates a hazardous
situation which, if not avoided,
will result in death or serious injury.
mWARNING: Indicates a hazardous
situation which, if not avoided,
could result in death or serious injury.
mCAUTION: Indicates a hazardous
situation which, if not avoided,
could result in minor or moderate injury.
m DANGER
If you smell gas:
• Shut off gas to the appliance
(barbecue).
• Extinguish any open flame.
• Open lid.
• If odour continues, keep
away from the appliance
(barbecue) and immediately
call your gas supplier or the
emergency fire services.
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m WARNING
• Do not store or use gasoline
or other flammable liquids
or vapours in the vicinity of
this (barbecue) or any other
appliance.
• A cylinder not connected for
use shall not be stored in the
vicinity of this (barbecue) or
any other appliance.
USE OUTDOORS ONLY.
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
THE APPLIANCE (BARBECUE).
NOTICE TO INSTALLER: These instructions
must be left with the consumer.
NOTICE TO CONSUMER: Retain these
instructions for future reference.
m DANGER: This barbecue is not intended to be
installed in or on recreational vehicles or boats.
m WARNING: Do not use this barbecue unless all
parts are in place and the barbecue was properly
assembled according to the assembly instructions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Important Safety Information
m WARNING: Do not build this model of barbecue in any
built-in or slide-in construction.
m WARNING: Do not modify the appliance. LP gas is
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not natural gas. The conversion or attempted use of
natural gas in a LP gas unit or LP gas in a natural
gas unit is unsafe and will void your warranty.
• The installation of the barbecue must conform with the
requirements of AS/NZS 5601 and the local authority –
gas or electricity, etc.
• Any parts sealed by the manufacturer must not be
altered by the user.
Operation
m DANGER: Only use the barbecue outdoors in a well-
ventilated area. Do not use in a garage, building,
breezeway, tent, any other enclosed area, or beneath
overhead combustible construction.
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GS4 Grilling System
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Barbecuing Do's and Don'ts
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Important Information about
LPG & Gas Connections
vapours and liquids such as petrol, alcohol, etc., and
combustible materials.
LPG Cylinder Installation &
Leak Checking
m DANGER: This appliance must be kept away from
flammable materials during use. Do not spray
aerosols in the vicinity of this barbecue while it is in
operation.
Refilling or Replacing an
LPG Cylinder
m DANGER: Do not put a barbecue cover or anything
flammable on, or in the storage area under the
barbecue while it is in operation or is hot.
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Keep young children away.
Every Time You Barbecue
m WARNING: The use of alcohol, prescription drugs,
non-prescription drugs, or illegal drugs may impair
the consumer’s ability to properly and safely
assemble, move, store, or operate the barbecue.
Igniting the Barbecue
Igniting the Side Burner
m WARNING: Never leave the barbecue unattended
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fuel supply hose away from any heated surfaces.
barbecue.
m CAUTION: This product has been safety-tested and
Product Care
Cleaning and Maintenance
m WARNING: Do not move the appliance during use.
m WARNING: Do not place articles on or against this
Operation
The Very First Time You Barbecue
m WARNING: Accessible parts may be very hot.
m WARNING: Keep any electrical supply cord and the
Getting Started
Considerations for
Locating your Barbecue
m DANGER: Keep the cooking area clear of flammable
during pre-heating or use. Exercise caution when
using this barbecue. The entire cookbox gets hot
when in use.
Tips and Hints
The Flame - Direct or Indirect
inches) of combustible materials. This includes the
top, bottom, back and sides of the barbecue.
burners and leave lid closed until fire is out.
Product Features
SPIRIT II Features
m DANGER: Do not use the barbecue within 61 cm (24
m DANGER: Should a grease fire occur, turn off all
The Weber Promise
Weber’s Voluntary Warranty
m DANGER: Do not use the barbecue in any vehicle
or in any storage or cargo area of any vehicle.
This includes, but is not limited to, cars, trucks,
station wagons, mini-vans, sport utility vehicles,
recreational vehicles, and boats.
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Installation and Assembly
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Troubleshooting
Replacement Parts
is only certified for use in a specific country. Refer to
country designation located on outside of box.
• Do not use charcoal, briquettes or lava rock in the
barbecue.
Storage and/or Nonuse
m WARNING: Turn off the gas supply at the cylinder
after use.
m WARNING: Cylinders must be stored outdoors out
of the reach of children and must not be stored in a
building, garage or any other enclosed space.
m WARNING: After a period of storage and/or nonuse,
the barbecue should be checked for gas leaks and
burner obstructions before use.
• Storage of the barbecue indoors is permissible only
if the cylinder is disconnected and removed from
the barbecue.
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The Weber Promise
The WEBER Promise
At WEBER, we pride ourselves on two things: making barbecues that last
and providing a lifetime of excellent customer service.
Thank you for purchasing a WEBER product. WeberStephen Products LLC, 1415 S. Roselle Road, Palatine,
Illinois 60067 and its International Business units
(“WEBER”) pride ourselves on delivering a safe,
durable, and reliable product.
This is WEBER’s Voluntary Warranty provided to you
at no extra charge. It contains the information you
will need to have your WEBER product repaired or
replaced in the unlikely event of a failure or defect.
Pursuant to the Australia Consumer Law, the Owner
has several rights in case the product is defective.
Those rights include that the product is fit for
purpose, acceptable in appearance and finish, free
from defects and is safe and durable. These and
any other statutory rights remain unaffected by this
Warranty provision. In fact, this Warranty grants
additional or alternative rights to the Owner that are
independent from any statutory warranty provisions.
WEBER’s Voluntary Warranty
WEBER warrants, to the purchaser of the WEBER
product (or in the case of a gift or promotional
situation, the person for whom it was purchased
as a gift or promotional item) (“Owner”), that the
WEBER product is free from defects in material
and workmanship for ten (10) years from the date
of purchase when assembled and operated in
accordance with the accompanying Owner’s Manual,
normal wear and tear excluded. (Note: If you lose or
misplace your WEBER Owner’s Manual, a replacement
is available online at www.weber.com) WEBER
agrees within the framework of this warranty to
repair or replace the part that is defective in material
or workmanship subject to the limitations, and
exclusions listed below. TO THE EXTENT ALLOWABLE
BY APPLICABLE LAW, THIS WARRANTY IS EXTENDED
ONLY TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER AND IS NOT
TRANSFERABLE TO SUBSEQUENT OWNERS, EXCEPT
IN THE CASE OF GIFTS AND PROMOTIONAL ITEMS AS
NOTED ABOVE.
WEBER stands by its products and is happy to provide
you with the Warranty described for material defects
in the barbecue or its relevant components, normal
wear and tear excepted.
• ‘Normal wear and tear’ includes cosmetic and
other immaterial deterioration that may come with
ownership of your barbecue over time, such as
surface rust, dents / scratches, etc.
However, WEBER will honor this Warranty for the
barbecue or its relevant components where damage
or dysfunction results from a material defect.
• ‘Material defect’ includes rust through or burn through
of certain parts, or other damage or failure inhibiting
your ability to safely / properly use your barbecue.
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be
excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You
are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major
failure and for compensation for any other reasonably
foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to
have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail
to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not
amount to a major failure.
The benefits given under this Limited Warranty are
in addition to other rights and remedies you have
under the Australian Consumer Law in relation to this
WEBER gas barbecue.
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Disclaimers
REGISTRATION = WARRANTY
Owner’s Responsibilities Under this
Warranty / Exclusion of Warranty
To ensure trouble-free Warranty coverage, it is
important (but not required) that you register your
WEBER product online at www.weber.com. Please
also retain your original sales receipt and/or invoice.
Registering your WEBER product confirms your
warranty coverage, will expedite any Warranty claims
you may need to make, and provides a direct link
between you and WEBER in case we need to contact
you. If you have not had time to register your barbecue
before calling for Warranty service, please have the
following information available when you do call:
Name – Address – Phone Number – Email – Serial
Number – Purchase Date – Purchase Dealer – Model –
Colour – Primary Issue
The above warranty only applies if the Owner takes
reasonable care of the WEBER product by following
all assembly instructions, usage instructions,
and preventative maintenance as outlined in the
accompanying Owner’s Manual, unless the Owner can
prove that the defect or failure is independent of noncompliance with the above mentioned obligations. If
you live in a coastal area, or have your product located
near a pool, maintenance includes regular washing
and rinsing of the exterior surfaces as outlined in the
accompanying Owner’s Manual.
This WARRANTY lapses if there are damages,
deteriorations, discolourations, and/or rust for which
WEBER is not responsible caused by:
• Abuse, misuse, alteration, modification, misapplication,
vandalism, neglect, improper assembly or installation,
and failure to properly perform normal and routine
maintenance;
• Insects (such as spiders) and rodents (such as
squirrels), including but not limited to damage to
burners and/or gas hoses;
• Exposure to salt air and/or chlorine sources such as
swimming pools and hot tubs/spas;
• Severe weather conditions such as hail, hurricanes,
earthquakes, tsunamis or surges, tornadoes or severe
storms.
• Acid rain and other environmental factors
The use and/or installation of parts on your WEBER
product that are not genuine WEBER parts will void
this Warranty, and any damages that result hereby are
not covered by this Warranty. Any conversion of a gas
barbecue not authorised by WEBER and performed by
a WEBER authorised service technician will void this
Warranty.
APART FROM THE WARRANTY AND DISCLAIMERS
AS DESCRIBED IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT,
THERE ARE EXPLICITLY NO FURTHER WARRANTY
OR VOLUNTARY DECLARATIONS OF LIABILITY
GIVEN HERE WHICH GO BEYOND THE STATUTORY
LIABILITY APPLYING TO WEBER. THE PRESENT
WARRANTY STATEMENT ALSO DOES NOT LIMIT OR
EXCLUDE SITUATIONS OR CLAIMS WHERE WEBER
HAS MANDATORY LIABILITY AS PRESCRIBED BY
THE AUSTRALIAN CONSUMER LAW OR ANY OTHER
APPLICABLE STATUTE.
NO WARRANTIES SHALL APPLY AFTER THE TEN
(10) YEAR PERIOD OF THIS WARRANTY. NO OTHER
WARRANTIES GIVEN BY ANY PERSON, INCLUDING
A DEALER OR RETAILER, WITH RESPECT TO ANY
PRODUCT (SUCH AS ANY “EXTENDED WARRANTIES”),
SHALL BIND WEBER. THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF
THIS WARRANTY IS REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF
THE PART OR PRODUCT.
IN NO EVENT UNDER THIS VOLUNTARY WARRANTY
SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND BE GREATER THAN
THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE
WEBER PRODUCT SOLD.
YOU ASSUME THE RISK AND LIABILITY FOR LOSS,
DAMAGE, OR INJURY TO YOU AND YOUR PROPERTY
AND/OR TO OTHERS AND THEIR PROPERTY ARISING
OUT OF THE MISUSE OR ABUSE OF THE PRODUCT OR
FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED BY
WEBER IN THE ACCOMPANYING OWNER’S MANUAL.
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES REPLACED UNDER
THIS WARRANTY ARE WARRANTED ONLY FOR THE
BALANCE OF THE ABOVE MENTIONED ORIGINAL TEN
(10) YEAR WARRANTY PERIOD.
THIS WARRANTY APPLIES TO PRIVATE SINGLE
FAMILY HOME OR APARTMENT USE ONLY AND
DOES NOT APPLY TO WEBER BARBECUES USED IN
COMMERCIAL, COMMUNAL OR MULTI-UNIT SETTINGS
SUCH AS RESTAURANTS, HOTELS, RESORTS, OR
RENTAL PROPERTIES.
WEBER MAY FROM TIME TO TIME CHANGE THE
DESIGN OF ITS PRODUCTS. NOTHING CONTAINED
IN THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS
OBLIGATING WEBER TO INCORPORATE SUCH DESIGN
CHANGES INTO PREVIOUSLY MANUFACTURED
PRODUCTS, NOR SHALL SUCH CHANGES BE
CONSTRUED AS AN ADMISSION THAT PREVIOUS
DESIGNS WERE DEFECTIVE.
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Level 1, 142-144 Fullarton Road
ROSE PARK SA 5067 AUSTRALIA
+61 8 8221 6111
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6 Maurice Road
Penrose, Auckland 1643 NEW ZEALAND
+64 9 579 6630
Warranty Processing
If you believe that you have a part which is covered
by this Warranty, please contact WEBER Customer
Service using the contact information on our website
(www.weber.com) WEBER will, upon investigation,
repair or replace (at its option) a defective part that is
covered by this Warranty. In the event that repair or
replacement are not possible, WEBER may choose (at
its option) to replace the barbecue in question with
a new barbecue of equal or greater value. WEBER
may ask you to return parts for inspection, shipping
charges to be pre-paid by Owner.
When you contact Customer Service, please have the
following information available:
Name – Address – Phone Number – Email – Serial
Number – Purchase Date – Purchase Dealer – Model –
Colour – Primary Issue
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INVESTMENT
Shield your barbecue from the
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GS4 GRILLING SYSTEM
The GS4 Grilling System sets a new
standard in the world of backyard cuisine.
This innovative barbecuing system is
based on over 30 years of barbecuing
experience, culinary expertise, and most
importantly, avidly considering the wants
and needs of the people who matter most
– the barbecuing community.
Each component of GS4 was uniquely
designed for ease-of-use and to provide an
unequaled satisfaction to your backyard
barbecuing experience. Promising burners
that are ensured to ignite every time,
smoke infused food that barbecues evenly
and consistently regardless of where it’s
placed on the cooking grill, and hassle free
cleanup; you are able to focus on what it is
all about – bringing people together around
the barbecue.
The GS4 Grilling System is composed
of four key components: The INFINITY
Crossover Ignition, Burners, FLAVORIZER
Bars, and Grease Management System.
These components ensure that every
aspect of your barbecuing experience is
easy and reliable; from the moment the
burners are lit to the general maintenance
of your barbecue. And together, create a
strong barbecuing engine within every
Spirit II barbecue.
Product Features
SPIRIT II FE ATURES
1 INFINITY Crossover Ignition
The INFINITY Crossover Ignition is ensured
to ignite every time. Backed by a generous
warranty, you can rest assured that you’ll
be up-and-barbecuing the first time,
every time.
2 Burners
The heavy duty, stainless steel burners
were built to last and provide even heat
distribution to your cooking grills.
3 FLAVORIZER Bars
A B uilt-In Thermometer
F iGRILL 3 Ready
Being aware of the temperature inside of your
barbecue allows you to adjust the heat when needed.
The iGrill 3 app-connected thermometer monitors food
from beginning to end, displaying the real-time core
food temperature on your mobile device. Once you’ve
downloaded the Weber iGrill app, connect your devices
to Bluetooth, and run up to four thermometer probes
from your barbecue to the food. (Sold separately.)
The classic Weber FLAVORIZER bars are
angled just right to catch drippings that
smoke and sizzle, adding that irresistible
smoky flavour we all know and love to
your food. Any drippings not vapourised
follow the slope and are funneled away
from the burners, down into the grease
management system.
G Side Burner
4 Grease Management System
B Warming Rack
The warming rack keeps food warm or toasts burger
buns, as the main meal barbecues below.
C P orcelain-Enameled,
Cast Iron Cooking Grills
The reversible cooking grills empower you to be even
more creative with your dish. The thin side of the
cooking grill is ideal for delicate food such as fish and
shrimp, while the wider side creates a thick sear mark
enhancing the flavour of your food.
D H
otplate
Wake up in the morning, fire up your barbecue, and
enjoy the fresh air and tranquility of your backyard
while preparing a mouthwatering breakfast on the
hotplate.
E S ide Tables with Integrated Tool Hooks
Use the side tables to keep platters, seasonings,
and tools within arm’s reach. Hang your essential
barbecuing tools on the hooks for easy access and
organisation of your backyard workspace. The left side
table folds down to fit in smaller spaces.
Use the side burner to simmer your specially crafted
BBQ sauce or boil potatoes while the main course
grills under the lid.
H Fuel Gauge
Always know where you stand. The easy-to-read fuel
gauge located next to the gas cylinder lets you see
how much fuel is left in your cylinder at all times.
Rest assured knowing that you will not run out of gas
halfway through your next barbecuing experience.
The grease management system helps
with the removal of grease while reducing
the risk of flare-ups. Drippings that are
not vaporized by the FLAVORIZER bars
are funneled away from the burners into
the disposable drip tray, located within
the catch pan under the cookbox. Simply
remove the catch pan and replace the drip
tray as needed.
I Easy Access Gas Cylinder Storage
Mounting the gas cylinder to the outside of the
barbecue makes the cylinder easy to access and
remove; while also increasing storage space in the
cart.
J Open Cart Design
The sleek open-cart design provides additional room
and accessibility of your barbecuing tools.
The barbecues illustrated in this Owner’s Manual may
vary slightly from the model purchased.
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Tips and Hints
The FlameDirect or Indirect
OFF
HIGH
HIGH
BURNER
BURNER
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BURNER
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BURNER
BURNER
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OFF
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MEDIUM
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DIRECT HEAT
SETUP
Use the direct method for small, tender pieces of food that take
less than 20 minutes to cook, such as: hamburgers, steaks, chops,
kebab sticks, boneless chicken pieces, fish fillets, shellfish, and
sliced vegetables.
With direct heat, the fire is right below the food. It sears the
surfaces of the food, developing flavours, texture, and delicious
caramelisation while cooking the food all the way to the centre.
BURNER
2
INDIRECT HEAT
SETUP
Use the indirect method for larger cuts of meat that require 20
minutes or more of barbecuing time, or for foods so delicate that
direct exposure to the heat would dry them out or scorch them, such
as: roasts, bone-in poultry pieces, whole fish, delicate fish fillets,
whole chickens, turkeys, and ribs. Indirect heat can also be used
for finishing thicker foods or bone-in cuts that have been seared or
browned first over direct heat.
With indirect heat, the heat is on both sides of the barbecue, or off
to one side of the barbecue. The food sits over the unlit part on the
cooking grill.
OFF
LOW
START/HIGH
MEDIUM
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Preheat each and every time.
Try not to peek.
If the cooking grills aren’t hot enough, food will
stick, and you will likely never have a chance of
searing properly or developing those handsome
grill marks. When a recipe calls for medium or high
heat, always preheat the barbecue on the highest
setting first. Open the lid, turn up the heat, close
the lid, and then let the cooking grills heat up for
about ten minutes or until the lid thermometer
reads 260°C (500°F). For low and slow cooking,
there is no need to preheat on high. Ensure your
cooking grills are clean and preheat as per the
instructions in your barbecue’s handbook.
The lid on your barbecue is for more than just
keeping the rain out. Most importantly, it’s for
preventing too much air from getting in, and too
much heat and smoke from getting out. When
the lid is closed, the cooking grills are hotter, the
barbecuing times are faster, the smoky tastes are
stronger, and the flare-ups are fewer. So put a lid
on it!
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easier to lift food off the
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Designed for food that is either too
small or too delicate for the cooking
grills, a perforated grill pan keeps
food right where it ought
to be—on the barbecue,
not in it.
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Back in the 1950s, barbecuing meant one thing:
meat (and only meat) charred over open flames.
The modern day backyard chef doesn’t need a
kitchen in order to prepare a full course meal. Use
your barbecue to make char-grilled entrées, sides,
and even desserts. Register your barbecue to
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Packing too much food onto the cooking grills
restricts your flexibility. Leave at least one-quarter
of the cooking grills clear, with plenty of space
between each food item, in order to get your
tongs in there and easily move the food around.
Sometimes barbecuing involves split-second
decisions and the ability to jockey food from one
area to another. So give yourself enough room to
operate.
Don’t be afraid to experiment.
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Create a little elbow room.
When barbecuing, sometimes the most important
thing to know is when to stop. The most reliable
way to test doneness of your food is to invest in an
instant-read thermometer. This slim little gem will
help you pinpoint that critical moment when your
food is at its best.
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Before firing up your grill, make sure that
everything you need is within arm’s reach. Don’t
forget your essential barbecuing tools, already
oiled and seasoned food, glazes or sauces, and
clean cooking platters for cooked food. Having to
run back to your kitchen not only means missing
out on the fun, but could also result in burning
your food. French chefs call this "mise en place"
(meaning, “put in place”). We call it "being present".
Know when to tame the flame.
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Be present in the process.
What’s better than a juicy steak with a deep sear
and plenty of beautifully caramelised bits? The key
to accomplishing these results is to keep your food
in place. Sometimes we have the tendency to flip
our food before it reaches the desirable level of
colour and flavour. In nearly all cases when using
the direct method, you should turn food just once.
If fiddling with it more than that, you are probably
also opening the lid too much, which causes its
own set of problems. So step back and trust the
barbecue.
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Tossing food onto the cooking grills before they
have been cleaned is never a good idea. Leftover
“stuff” on the grills acts like glue, binding it to
the grills and your new food. To avoid tasting last
night’s dinner on today’s lunch, make sure that you
are barbecuing on a clean cooking grill. Once the
grills are preheated, use a stainless steel bristle
grill brush to make a clean, smooth surface.
Only flip once.
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Don't barbecue on dirty grills.
Tips and Hints
Barbecuing Do’s
and Don’ts
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Getting Started
Considerations for
Locating your Barbecue
Any enclosure in which the appliance is used shall
comply with one of the following:
• An enclosure with walls on all sides, but at least one
permanent opening at ground level and no overhead
cover (A).
• Within a partial enclosure that includes an overhead
cover and no more than two walls (B).
• Within a partial enclosure that includes an overhead
cover and more than two walls, the following shall
apply (C):
(i)at least 25% of the total wall area is completely
open; and
(ii)at least 30% of the remaining wall area is open and
unrestricted.
• In the case of balconies, at least 20% of the total of the
side, back and front wall areas shall be and remain
open and unrestricted.
A
B
Both ends open
C
Open side at least
25% of total wall area
30% or more in total of the remaining
wall area is open and unrestricted
m IMPORTANT: This appliance shall only be
used in an above ground open-air situation
with natural ventilation, without stagnant
areas, where gas leakage and products of
combustion are rapidly dispersed by wind and
natural convection.
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TAKES LESS THAN TWO MINUTES
Open side at least
25% of total wall area
30% or more in total of the remaining
wall area is open and unrestricted
What is LPG?
Liquefied petroleum gas, also called LPG, is the
flammable, petroleum-based product used to fuel your
barbecue. It is a gas at moderate temperatures and
pressure when it is not contained. But at moderate
pressure inside a container, such as a cylinder, LPG is
a liquid. As pressure is released from the cylinder, the
liquid readily vaporises and becomes gas.
Safe Handling Tips for Cylinders
• A dented or rusty cylinder may be hazardous and
should be checked by your supplier. Do not use a
cylinder with a damaged valve.
• Although your cylinder may appear to be empty,
gas may still be present, and the cylinder should be
transported and stored accordingly.
• The cylinder must be installed, transported, and stored
in an upright, secure position. Cylinders should not be
dropped or handled roughly.
• Never store or transport the cylinder where
temperatures can reach 51.7°C (125°F) (the cylinder
will become too hot to hold by hand). Use caution in
freezing conditions as well.
• Routinely check the cylinder to ensure the test date
has not expired. Do not use a cylinder which has an
expired test date.
POL Connection
Getting Started
Important Information about
LPG & Gas Connections
Hose
Regulator
Regulator Vent Hole (point hole downward)
POL coupling (tighten anti-clockwise)
LPG cylinder valve handwheel (close clockwise)
SPIRIT II Burner Valve Orifice Sizes & Consumption Data
Gas Category
I3B/P (30 mbar or 2.8 kPa)
BURNER VALVE ORIFICE SIZES
2 Burner Models
3 Burner Models
Side Burner Models
Main Burners 1.02 mm
Main Burners 0.89 mm
Side Burner 0.94 mm
TOTAL CONSUMPTION DATA
210 Models
220 Models
310 Models
320 Models
28.2 Mj/h
40.2 Mj/h
30.9 Mj/h
42.9 Mj/h
Cylinder Requirements
• Use cylinders with a minimum capacity of 8.5 kg.
What is a Regulator?
Your gas barbecue is equipped with a pressure
regulator, which is a device to control and maintain
uniform gas pressure as gas is released from the
cylinder.
General Specifications
• Refer to data plate on barbecue for gas type,
consumption, pressures and injector sizing details.
• Gas inlet connection - 3/8" SAE Flare with 5/8" UNF
thread.
Regulator and Hose Requirements
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complies with the requirements of AS/NZS 5601.
• Avoid kinking the hose.
• Replacement regulator and hose assemblies must be
as specified by Weber-Stephen Products LLC.
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Getting Started
LPG Cylinder Installation &
Leak Checking
Installation Location
The LPG cylinder is hung onto the cylinder scale which
is located outside the cabinet base under the right
side table. The LPG cylinder will hang on the cylinder
scale from the collar assembly (the metal protective
ring around the cylinder valve) with the valve opening
facing the back of the barbecue (A).
Inspect the Tank
1) Confirm that the LPG cylinder valve is fully closed.
Close by turning valve clockwise.
2) Confirm that the LPG cylinder valve is the proper
mating type for the regulator (B).
3) Inspect the LPG cylinder valve for damage or
debris. If damaged, return LPG cylinder to local
retailer.
Install The Tank
1) Check that all burner control knobs are in the
off position. Check by pushing in and turning
knobs clockwise.
2) Lift LPG cylinder into position on the cylinder scale.
3) Connect the regulator to the LPG cylinder by
screwing the POL coupling into the LPG cylinder
valve, turning anti-clockwise (C). Hand-tighten
only. Position the regulator so that the vent
hole faces down. Proceed to “CHECKING FOR
GAS LEAKS.”
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Once the LPG cylinder is properly installed, it is
necessary to perform a leak check. A leak check is
a reliable way to verify that gas is not escaping after
you connect the LPG cylinder. The fuel system in your
barbecue features factory-made connections that
have been thoroughly checked for gas leaks and the
burners have been flame-tested.
Weber recommends performing a thorough leak check
after assembly, as well as annually. The following
fittings should be tested:
• Where the regulator connects to the LPG cylinder.
• Where the gas hose connects to the bulkhead.
• Where the bulkhead connects to the corrugated gas
line.
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Getting Started
What is a Leak Check?
Checking for Gas Leaks
1) Wet fittings (D) with a soap and water solution,
using a spray bottle, brush, or rag. You can make
your own soap and water solution by mixing 20%
liquid soap with 80% water; or, you can purchase
leak check solution in the plumbing section of any
hardware store.
2) Slowly open gas supply by turning cylinder valve
anti-clockwise while checking for bubbles.
3) If bubbles appear there is a leak:
a) If the leak is at the cylinder (E), turn off the gas.
DO NOT OPERATE THE BARBECUE. Disconnect
the LPG cylinder and return the LPG cylinder to
your local retailer.
b) If the leak is at the regulator (F), turn off the gas.
DO NOT OPERATE THE BARBECUE. Contact the
Customer Service Representative in your area
using the contact information on our website.
c) If the leak is at any fittings indicated in
illustration (G), re-tighten fitting with a wrench
and recheck for leaks with soap and water
solution. If leak persists, turn off the gas. DO NOT
OPERATE THE BARBECUE.
d) If the leak is at any fittings indicated in
illustration (H), turn off the gas. DO NOT
OPERATE THE BARBECUE.
If a leak is present, contact the Customer Service
Representative in your area using the contact
information on our website.
4) If bubbles do not appear, leak checking is complete:
a) Turn gas supply off at the LPG cylinder and rinse
connections with water.
NOTE: Since some leak test solutions, including soap and
water, may be slightly corrosive, all connections should
be rinsed with water after checking for leaks.
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m DANGER: Do not use a flame to check for gas
leaks. Be sure there are no sparks or open
flames in the area while you check for leaks.
m DANGER: Leaking gas may cause a fire or
explosion.
m DANGER: Do not operate the barbecue if there
is a gas leak present.
m DANGER: If you see, smell, or hear the hiss of
gas escaping from the cylinder:
1. Move away from cylinder.
2. Do not attempt to correct the problem yourself.
3. Call the emergency fire services.
m DANGER: Always close the cylinder valve
before disconnecting the regulator. Do not
attempt to disconnect the gas regulator and
hose assembly or any gas fitting while this
barbecue is in operation.
m DANGER: Do not store a spare cylinder under
or near this barbecue. Never fill the cylinder
beyond 80% full. Failure to follow these
statements exactly may result in a fire causing
death or serious injury.
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Getting Started
Refilling or Replacing an
LPG Cylinder
How Much Fuel is in the LPG Cylinder?
The cylinder scale indicates the amount of fuel in an
LPG cylinder once the cylinder is hung from the scale.
The fuel level is checked by viewing the red level
indicator line, located on scale. When the indicator line
is at the top, the LPG cylinder is full (I). When it is at the
bottom, the LPG cylinder is empty (J) and needs to be
removed to replace or refill.
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Removal of the LPG Cylinder
1) Confirm that the cylinder valve is fully closed. Close
by turning valve clockwise (K).
2) Unscrew regulator by turning POL coupling
clockwise by hand (L).
3) Lift LPG cylinder off cylinder scale.
Additional Leak Check Precautions
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The following fittings should be tested for gas leaks
each time an LPG cylinder is refilled and reinstalled:
• Where the regulator connects to the LPG cylinder (E)
and at the regulator (F).
Follow the instructions for "Checking for Gas Leaks".
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Operation
The Very First Time You
Barbecue
Perform an Initial Burn-Off
Heat the barbecue on the highest setting, with the lid
closed, for at least 20 minutes prior to barbecuing for
the first time.
Every Time You Barbecue
Meal-to-Meal Maintenance
The Meal-To-Meal Maintenance plan includes the
following simple, yet important, steps that should
always be performed prior to barbecuing.
Check for Grease
Your barbecue was built with a grease management
system that funnels grease away from food and into a
disposable container. As you cook, grease is channeled
down to the slide-out catch pan and into a disposable
drip tray that lines the slide-out catch pan. This
system should be cleaned each and every time you
barbecue to prevent fires.
1) Confirm that the barbecue is off and cool.
2) Remove the slide-out catch pan by pulling it
forward (A).
3) Check for excessive amounts of grease in the
disposable drip tray that lines the slide-out
catch pan. Discard disposable drip tray when
necessary and replace with a new one.
4) Reinstall all components.
Inspect the Hose
Routine inspection of the hose is necessary.
1) Confirm that the barbecue is off and cool.
2) Check hose for any signs of cracking, abrasions, or
cuts (B). If the hose is found to be damaged in any
way, do not use the barbecue.
Preheat the Barbecue
Preheating the barbecue is critical to successful
barbecuing. Preheating helps to prevent food from
sticking to the grills and gets the grills hot enough to
sear properly. It also burns off residue of a previously
cooked meal.
1) Open the barbecue lid.
2) Ignite your barbecue according to the ignition
instructions in this Owner's Manual.
3) Close lid.
4) When a recipe calls for medium or high heat,
preheat the barbecue with all burners on the
start/high position for 10 to 15 minutes or until
thermometer registers 500° F (260° C) (C). For
low and slow cooking, there is no need to preheat
on high. Ensure your cooking grills are clean and
preheat as per the instructions in your barbecue’s
handbook.
m DANGER: Do not line the slide-out catch pan or
cookbox with aluminium foil.
Clean the Cooking Grill
m DANGER: Check the slide-out catch pan for
After preheating, any bits of food or debris left over
from previous use will be easier to remove. Cleaned
grills will also prevent your next meal from sticking.
1) Brush the grills with a stainless steel bristle grill
brush immediately after preheating (D).
m WARNING: Use caution when removing slide-
grease build-up before each use. Remove
excess grease to avoid a grease fire.
out catch pan and disposing of hot grease.
m WARNING: Use heat-resistant barbecue mitts
or gloves when operating barbecue.
m WARNING: Grill brushes should be checked for
loose bristles and excessive wear on a regular
basis. Replace brush if any loose bristles
are found on cooking grates or brush. Weber
recommends purchasing a new stainless steel
bristle grill brush at the beginning of every
spring.
m WARNING: If the hose is found to be damaged
in any way, do not use the barbecue. Replace
using only Weber authorized replacement
hose.
m WARNING: Keep ventilation openings around
cylinder clear and free of debris.
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Operation
Igniting the Barbecue
Using the Crossover Ignition System to
Ignite the Barbecue
The crossover ignition system ignites burner 1
furthest to the left with a spark from the igniter
electrode. You generate the energy for the spark by
pushing the igniter button. You will hear the igniter
clicking. Burner(s) 2 (and 3) can be lit after burner 1 is
lit. All burners should be lit for preheating, however, all
burners do not have to be lit while barbecuing.
1) Open the barbecue lid (A).
2) Check that all burner control knobs are in the
off position. Check by pushing in and turning
knobs clockwise (B).
Note: It is important that all burner control knobs are
in the off position before turning on the cylinder.
3) Turn gas supply on by turning cylinder valve
anti-clockwise (C).
4) Begin with burner 1 furthest to the left. Push the
burner control knob in and turn it counterclockwise
to the start/high position (D).
IMPORTANT: Always ignite burner 1 first.
The other burner(s) ignite from burner 1.
5) Push and hold the electronic ignition button (E).
You will hear it ticking.
6) Check that burner 1 is lit by looking through
the cooking grills and through the cutout in the
FLAVORIZER BARS.
7) If the burner does not ignite, turn burner control
knob to the off position and wait five minutes to
allow the gas to clear before attempting to light the
burner again.
8) When burner 1 ignites, you can turn on burner 2
(and burner 3).
Should the burners fail to ignite using the electronic
ignition, refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING section.
There you will find instructions on igniting the
barbecue with a match to help determine the exact
problem.
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m WARNING: Open lid during ignition.
To Extinguish Burners
1) Push each burner control knob in and then turn
clockwise all the way to the off position.
2) Turn gas supply off at the cylinder.
m WARNING: Do not lean over open barbecue
while igniting or cooking.
m WARNING: If ignition does not occur within
four seconds of attempting to light the first
burner, turn the burner control knob to
the off position. Wait five minutes to allow
accumulated gas to dissipate, and then repeat
the lighting procedure.
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Operation
Igniting the Side Burner
Using the Electronic Ignition to
Ignite the Side Burner
Unlike the main burners, the side burner does not
ignite from burner 1. If one or more of the main
burners on your barbecue are already lit and you
would like to ignite the side burner, skip to step 3. If
none of the main burners are lit and you are only using
the side burner, start with step 1.
1) Check that the side burner control knob is in the
off position. Check by pushing in and turning
knob clockwise (A). Also check that all main burner
control knobs are in the off position.
Note: It is important that all burner control knobs are
in the off position before turning on the LPG cylinder.
2) Turn gas supply on by turning cylinder valve
anti-clockwise.
3) Open the side burner lid (B).
4) Push in and turn side burner control knob anticlockwise to start/high position (C).
5) Push and hold in the igniter button (D). You will hear
the igniter clicking. Check that the side burner is lit.
The side burner flame may be difficult to see on a
bright sunny day.
6) Once side burner is ignited, continue turning the
knob anti-clockwise until you reach the desired
position.
7) If the side burner does not ignite within 4 seconds,
turn side burner control knob to the off position
and wait five minutes to allow the gas to clear
before attempting to light the burner again.
Should the side burner fail to ignite using the
electronic ignition, refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING
section. There you will find instructions on igniting the
side burner with a match to help determine the exact
problem.
To Extinguish Side Burner
1) Push side burner control knob in and then turn
clockwise all the way to the off position.
2) Turn gas supply off at the LPG cylinder.
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m WARNING: Open side burner lid during
ignition.
m WARNING: Do not lean over side burner while
igniting or cooking.
m WARNING: If ignition does not occur within
four seconds of attempting to light the side
burner, turn the burner control knob to
the off position. Wait five minutes to allow
accumulated gas to dissipate, and then repeat
the lighting procedure.
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Product Care
Cleaning and Maintenance
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Cleaning the Inside of the Barbecue
Over time, the performance of your barbecue can
diminish if it has not been maintained properly.
Low temperatures, uneven heat, and food sticking
to cooking grills are all signs that cleaning and
maintenance are overdue. When your barbecue is off
and cool, start by cleaning the inside, from the top
down. A thorough cleaning is recommended at least
twice a year. Consistent use may require quarterly
cleanings.
Cleaning the Lid
From time to time you may notice “paint-like” flakes
on the inside of the lid. During use, grease and smoke
vapors slowly change into carbon and deposit on the
inside of your lid. These deposits will eventually peel,
and looks very similar to paint. These deposits are
non-toxic, but the flakes could fall onto your food if you
do not clean the lid regularly.
1) Brush the carbonized grease from the inside of the
lid with a stainless steel bristle grill brush (A). To
minimize further build-up, the inside of the lid can
be wiped with a paper towel after barbecuing while
the barbecue is still warm (not hot).
Cleaning the Cooking Grills
If you have been cleaning your cooking grills as
recommended, the debris on your grills should be
minimal.
1) With grills installed, brush the debris off your
cooking grill with a stainless steel bristle grill
brush (B).
2) Take the grills out and set aside.
Cleaning the FLAVORIZER BARS
FLAVORIZER BARS catch drippings that smoke and
sizzle, adding flavor to your food. Any drippings that
are not vaporized by the FLAVORIZER BARS are
funneled away from the burners. This helps prevent
flare-ups inside of your barbecue, and protects the
burners from getting clogged.
1) Scrape the FLAVORIZER BARS with a plastic
scraper (C).
2) If necessary, brush the FLAVORIZER BARS with a
stainless steel bristle grill brush.
3) Remove FLAVORIZER BARS and set aside.
Cleaning the Burners
Two areas on the burners that are key to optimum
performance are the ports (small openings running
along the length of the burners) and the spider/insect
screens on the ends of the burner. Keeping these
areas clean is essential for safe operation.
Cleaning the Burner Ports
1) Use a clean stainless steel bristle grill brush
to clean the outside of the burners by brushing
across the top of the burner ports (D). Do not brush
lengthwise.along the tube, as this will only brush
debris from one port to another.
2) When cleaning burner 1, avoid damaging the
ignition electrode by carefully brushing around
it (E).
Cleaning the Spider Screens
1) Locate the ends of the burners on the underside of
the control panel where they meet the valves.
2) Clean the spider/insect screens on each of the
burners using a soft bristle brush (F).
m WARNING: Turn your barbecue off and wait for
it to cool before thoroughly cleaning.
m WARNING: Over time, the development of
rough surfaces can form on the FLAVORIZER
BARS. Wearing gloves is recommended when
handling. Do not clean FLAVORIZER BARS or
cooking grills in a sink, dishwasher, or selfcleaning oven.
m WARNING: When cleaning the burners, never
use a brush that has already been used to
clean the cooking grills. Never put sharp
objects into the burner port holes.
m CAUTION: Do not place any barbecue
components onto the side tables as they may
scratch the paint or stainless steel surfaces.
m CAUTION: Do not use any of the following
to clean your barbecue: abrasive stainless
steel polishes or paints, cleaners that contain
acid, mineral spirits or xylene, oven cleaner,
abrasive cleansers (kitchen cleansers), or
abrasive cleaning pads.
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Located under the burners, the heat deflector
distributes heat evenly throughout the cookbox while
cooking. Keeping the heat deflector clean will enhance
the cooking performance of your barbecue.
1) Scrape the heat deflector with a plastic scraper (G).
2) If necessary, brush the heat deflector with a
stainless steel bristle grill brush.
3) Remove heat deflector and set aside.
G
Remove Side Burner Valve
You will need: A Phillips screwdriver.
1) Remove the two screws that secure the side
burner valve plate to the side burner table (I).
2) Release the side burner valve from burner
tube by gently pulling the assembly forward.
Exercise care not to kink the corrugated gas
line.
Cleaning the Cookbox
Clean the Burner Tube
You will need: A torch, a wire (a straightened-out
coat hanger), a suitable stainless steel bristle
brush.
1) Look inside the burner tube with a torch (J).
2) Clean any debris or blockage from the inside
of the tube with the wire.
Look inside the cookbox for any grease accumulation
or leftover food particles. Excessive accumulation can
cause a fire.
1) Use a plastic scraper to scrape debris off the
sides and bottom of the barbecue into the opening
in bottom of the cookbox (H). This opening leads
debris into the slide-out catch pan.
Cleaning the Grease Management System
The grease management system consists of a
slide-out catch pan and disposable drip tray. These
components were designed to be easily removed,
cleaned, and replaced; an essential step every time
you prepare to barbecue. Instructions on inspecting
the grease management system can be found in MEALTO-MEAL MAINTENANCE.
Cleaning the Side Burner Tube
H
Product Care
Cleaning the Heat Deflector
Reinstall Side Burner Valve
You will need: A Phillips screwdriver.
1) Align side burner valve with side burner tube
opening.
2) Position the side burner tube properly over
the side burner valve orifice (K).
3) Secure the side burner valve plate to the side
burner table using two screws.
Cleaning the Outside of the Barbecue
The outside of your barbecue may include stainless
steel, porcelain-enameled, and plastic surfaces.
Weber recommends the following methods based on
the surface type.
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Cleaning Stainless Steel Surfaces
Clean stainless steel using a non-toxic, non-abrasive
stainless steel cleaner or polish designed for use on
outdoor products and barbecues. Use a microfiber
cloth to clean in the direction of the grain of the
stainless steel. Do not use paper towels.
Note: Do not risk scratching your stainless steel with
abrasive pastes. Pastes do not clean or polish. They
will change the color of the metal by removing the top
chromium oxide film coating.
Cleaning Painted, Porcelain-Enameled
Surfaces and Plastic Components
J
Clean painted, porcelain-enameled and plastic
components with warm soapy water, and paper towels
or cloth. After wiping down the surfaces, rinse and dry
thoroughly.
Cleaning the Outside of Barbecues that
are in Unique Environments
If your barbecue is subject to a particularly harsh
environment, you will want to clean the outside
more often. Acid rain, pool chemicals, and salt
water can cause surface rusting to appear. Wipe
down the outside of your barbecue with warm soapy
water. Follow up with a rinse and thorough drying.
Additionally, you may want to apply a stainless steel
cleaner weekly to prevent surface rust.
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m CAUTION: The side burner tube opening must
be positioned properly over the side burner
valve orifice.
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Troubleshooting
MAIN BURNER(S) or SIDE BURNER WILL NOT IGNITE
SYMPTOM
• Main burners or side burner do(es) not ignite when following the electronic ignition instructions in the “Operation” section of
this owner's manual.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
There is a problem with gas flow.
If any burner does not ignite, the first step is to determine if there is gas flowing to the burner(s). To check
this, follow the instructions below for “Lighting Your Barbecue with a Match.”
If match lighting IS NOT successful, follow the “GAS FLOW” troubleshooting suggestions on the next page.
There is a problem with the electronic ignition system.
If any burner does not ignite, the first step is to determine if there is gas flowing to the burner(s). To check this,
follow the instructions below for “Lighting Your Barbecue with a Match.”
If match lighting IS successful, follow the instructions for “Checking the Components of the Electronic
Ignition System.”
Lighting Your Barbecue with a
Match
Using a Match to Determine if there is
Gas Flow to the Side Burner
Using a Match to Determine if there is
Gas Flow to the Burners
1) Open the barbecue lid.
2) Check that all burner control knobs are in the
off position. Check by pushing in and turning
knobs clockwise.
Note: It is important that all burner control knobs be in
the off position before you turn on the LPG cylinder.
3) Turn gas supply on by turning cylinder valve
anti-clockwise.
4) Begin with burner 1, furthest to the left. Put match in
the matchstick holder and strike match. (Matchstick
holder is located under left side table.) Insert lit
match down through the cooking grills, past the
FLAVORIZER BARS and next to the burner (A).
5) Push the burner control knob in and turn it anticlockwise to the start/high position.
6) Check that the burner is lit by looking through the
cooking grills and through the FLAVORIZER BARS.
7) If the burner does not ignite within 4 seconds,
turn burner control knob to the off position and
wait five minutes to allow the gas to clear before
attempting to light the burner again. If repeated
attempts fail, follow the gas flow troubleshooting
instructions on the next page.
8) If the burner ignites, the problem lies in the ignition
system. Follow the instructions for “Checking the
Components of the Electronic Ignition System”.
9) After burner 1 ignites, you can turn on burner 2
(and burner 3).
10) Replace the matchstick holder by hanging
underneath the left side table (B).
REPLACEMENT
PARTS
To obtain replacement parts,
contact the local retailer
in your area or log onto
weber.com.
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1) Open the side burner lid.
2) Check that the side burner control knob is in the
off position. Check by pushing in and turning knob
clockwise. Also check that all main burner control
knobs are in the off position.
Note: It is important that all burner control knobs
are in the off position before turning on the LPG
cylinder.
3) Turn gas supply on by turning cylinder valve
anti-clockwise.
4) Put match in the matchstick holder and strike
match. (Matchstick holder is located under left side
table.) Hold lit match by the side burner (C).
5) Push the burner control knob in and turn it anticlockwise to the start/high position.
6) Check that the side burner is lit. The side burner
flame may be difficult to see on a bright sunny day.
7) If the side burner does not ignite within 4 seconds,
turn side burner control knob to the off position
and wait five minutes to allow the gas to clear
before attempting to light the burner again.
If repeated attempts fail, follow the gas flow
troubleshooting instructions on the next page.
8) If the burner ignites, follow the instructions for
“Checking the Components of the Electronic Ignition
System”.
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B
Proper Burner Flame Pattern
SYMPTOM
• Barbecue does not reach desired temperature or heats unevenly.
• One or more of the burners fail to ignite.
• Flame is low when burner is on high position.
• Flames do not run the whole length of the burner.
• Burner flame pattern is erratic.
The burners in your barbecue were factory set
for the correct air and gas mixture. When the
burners are performing correctly, you will see a
specific flame pattern. The tips may occasionally
flicker yellow (A), with a descending light blue (B)
to dark blue flame (C).
m WARNING: Blocked and dirty ports can
restrict full gas flow, resulting in a fire (D) in
and around the gas valves, causing serious
damage to your barbecue.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
The cylinder is low or empty.
Refill cylinder.
Fuel hose is bent or kinked.
Straighten fuel hose.
B
Burner ports are dirty.
Clean burner ports. Refer to “Cleaning the
Burner Ports.”
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A
Troubleshooting
GAS FLOW
SYMPTOM
• Gas is smelled in conjunction with burner flames that appear yellow and lazy.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Spider screens on the burners are obstructed.
Clean spider screens. Refer to “Cleaning the Spider
Screens” in the Product Care section. Also refer to
the illustrations and information in this section about
proper flame pattern and spider screens.
D
SYMPTOM
• The smell of gas and/or a light hissing sound.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
The internal rubber seal in the cylinder valve could be
damaged.
Inspect the rubber seal for damage. If damaged,
return cylinder to local retailer.
Spider Screens
The combustion air openings of the burners (E)
are fitted with stainless steel screens to prevent
spiders and other insects from spinning webs
and building nests inside the burners. Dust and
debris can accumulate on the outside of the
spider/insect screen and obstruct the oxygen
flow to the burners.
E
m WARNING: Do not attempt to make any repair to gas carrying, gas burning, ignition components or
structural components without contacting Weber-Stephen Products LLC, Customer Service Department.
m WARNING: Failure to use genuine Weber-Stephen parts for any repair or replacement will void all
warranty protection.
m CAUTION: The burner tube openings must be positioned properly over the valve orifices.
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Troubleshooting
GREASY BARBECUE (Peeling Paint & Flare-Ups)
SYMPTOM
• Inside of lid appears to have the appearance of peeling paint.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
The flakes you see are accumulated cooking vapours
that have turned into carbon.
This happens over time after repeated use of your
barbecue. This is not a defect. Clean the lid. Refer to
the “Product Care” section.
SYMPTOM
• Experiencing flare-ups when barbecuing or preheating.
Checking the Components of the
Electronic Ignition System
When pressing the ignition button you should hear a
ticking sound. If you cannot hear the ticking sound,
check the battery, then check the wires.
Checking the Battery
There are three potential issues with the battery that
supplies the power to your ignition module that need
to be checked:
1) Some batteries have a plastic protective wrap
around them. (Do not confuse this plastic with
the battery label.) Check that this plastic wrap is
removed.
2) Confirm that the battery is installed correctly (C).
3) If the battery is old, replace it with a new battery.
CALL
CUSTOMER
SERVICE
CAUSE
SOLUTION
There is leftover food from the previous meal.
Preheat the barbecue on the highest setting for 10 to
15 minutes.
The inside of the barbecue needs to be cleaned
thoroughly.
Follow the steps in the "Cleaning and Maintenance"
section to clean the barbecue inside from the top
down.
Checking the Wires
There are two potential trouble spots that need to be
checked:
1) Check that the ignition wires are connected
securely to the terminals on the ignition button
under the control panel.
2) Make sure the ignition wires are properly attached
to the ignition module. The wire terminals are
colour coded to correspond with the terminals on
the ignition module. The number of wires will vary
per model.
C
Igniter Module Wire Chart
If you are still experiencing any
problems, contact the Customer Service
Representative in your area using
the contact information on
weber.com.
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Spirit II E-220_LP_AU/NZ_050118
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28
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6
7
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SPIRIT II E-220
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10
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Replacement Parts
SPIRIT II E-320
1
2
Spirit II E-320_LP_AU/NZ_050118
3
4
28
5
6
7
29
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9
10
30
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WEBER
ACCESSORIES
Weber has an extensive range
of quality accessories available
for your SPIRIT II gas barbecue.
From quality tools, cookware
and barbecue covers, to the
incredible iGRILL 3 Bluetooth®
connected thermometer.
The difference between
good and great is only a few degrees.
Measuring internal temperature to get
great results has never been easier.
Introducing the iGRILL 3
•A
ccurately measures internal meat or
ambient temperature
•T
emperature & alerts delivered to your
Smart Phone or Tablet via Bluetooth®
Smart Connection
•2
50-hour battery life (batteries included)
•T
emperature graphing, social sharing,
fuel level detection and other features
offered in Weber® iGRILL app
•F
our probe capability
(two meat probes
included)
•P
ermanently mounts to the side
table of any SPIRIT II gas barbecue
The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by
Weber-Stephen Products LLC is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.
weber.com
Serial Number
Write your barbecue’s serial
number in the above box for
future reference. The serial
number is on the data label
located on the inside of the
left frame.
Weber-Stephen Products (Aust) Pty Ltd.
Level 1, 142-144 Fullarton Road
ROSE PARK SA 5067 AUSTRALIA
+61 8 8221 6111 | www.weberbbq.com.au
© 2018 Designed and engineered by Weber-Stephen Products LLC, 1415 S. Roselle Road, Palatine, Illinois 60067 USA.
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