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Char-Broil 15601632 User Manual
I N F R A R E D
14601632
Product Guide
Gas (LPG)
IMPORTANT: Fill out the product record information below.
Serial Number
See rating label on barbecue for serial number.
Date Purchased
Note: Sales docket must be kept as proof of
purchase date.
For use with bottled propane gas only
For Outdoor Use Only
For support with your new
barbecue, please call us at
OZtrail Leisure Products (07) 3193 1110
or e-mail at service@oztrail.com.au
© 2013 Char-Broil, LLC • Columbus, GA 31902 • Printed in China • Assembly Instructions © 2013
42805162 - 01/21/14
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DANGER
For Your Safety...........................................................................2-3
If you smell gas:
Use and Care ...........................................................................4-9
Limited Warranty..........................................................................10
1.
2.
3.
4.
Parts Diagram..............................................................................11
Assembly.................................................................................12-21
Troubleshooting......................................................................22-24
Shut off gas to the barbecue, if possible.
Extinguish any open flame.
Open lid.
If odor continues, keep away from the
barbecue and immediately call your gas
supplier or your fire department.
WARNING
FOR YOUR SAFETY
1. Do not store or use petrol or other
flammable liquids or vapors in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
2. A gas cylinder not connected for use shall not
be stored in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
Safety Symbols
The symbols and boxes shown below explain what each heading
means. Read and follow all of the messages found throughout
the manual.
WARNING
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION
For residential use only. Do not use for commercial
cooking.
THIS BARBECUE IS FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation or
unsafe practice which, if not avoided, may result in minor
or moderate injury.
DANGER
WARNING
Failure to follow all manufacturer’s instructions could result
in serious personal injury and/or property damage.
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Read and follow all safety statements, assembly
instructions, and use and care directions before attempting
to assemble and cook.
INSTALLER/ASSEMBLER:
Leave this manual with consumer.
CONSUMER:
CAUTION
Keep this manual for future reference.
Some parts may contain sharp edges. Wear protective
gloves if necessary.
2
Gas Installation Codes
WARNING
The barbecue is certified to AS 4557 by SAI Global
Do not attempt to repair or alter the
hose/valve/regulator for any “assumed” defect. Any
modification to this assembly will void your warranty
and create the risk of a gas leak and fire. Use only
authorized replacement parts supplied by
manufacturer.
Barbecue must be used in accordance with the
installation requirements of your local gas supply
authority, and the appropriate installation standard
AS 5601.
Specification
Gas consumption @ 2,75 kPA
1 main burner total 13.7 MJ/h
Overall Dimensions
Height lid closed - 97 cm
Width - 58 cm
Depth - 60 cm
Injector size
Main burners - 1,07 mm
Gas Connection Requirements.
The regulator supplied with the barbecue must be used.
The regulator is supplied with a POL cylinder connection
for connection to a 9 kg gas cylinder.
The regulator supplied has a outlet pressure of 2.75 kPa
Recommended Maintenance
Each Use
Clean and oil cooking grate assemblies
Clean/Inspect firebox
Clean grease tray
Check gas supply hose for cracks/leaks
Check gas regulator for leaks
Check that all gas fittings are tight
Every 6 months
Clean/Inspect burners and venturis
Check burners for corrosion
Others
Leak checks as specified in guide
This pressure is preset and cannot be adjusted.
USE OF APPLIANCE UNDER
OVERHEAD
While acceptable locations to use the barbecue are shown
on page 6, Char-Broil recommends not to use the
barbecue under any overhead. The smoke from cooking,
especialy with IR cooking, contains grease particles which
will deposit on the overhead.
WARNING
Never operate this barbecue for more then 10
minutes on high with hood closed.
3
USE AND CARE
WARNING
• Do not store spare gas cylinder/s near this
barbecue; use only the cylinder storage facility
provided.
• If this warning is not followed, a fire causing
injury or damage may occur.
• If you see, smell or hear gas escaping,
immediately get away from the gas
cylinder/barbecue and call your fire department.
Gas Cylinder
• The gas cylinder used with your barbecue must meet the
following requirements:
• Use gas cylinders only with these required measurements:
30.5 cm diameter x 45.7 cm tall with 9 kg. capacity maximum.
This is the minimum cylinder that can be used.
• Gas cylinder must be arranged for vapor withdrawal and include
collar to protect gas cylinder valve. Always keep gas cylinders in
upright position during use, transit or storage.
Gas Cylinder Removal, Transport and Storage
• Turn OFF all control knobs and gas cylinder valve. Turn coupling
nut clockwise to disconnect. Lift gas cylinder up and out of base.
• Do not store a gas cylinder in enclosed spaces
such as a carport, garage, porch, covered
patio or other building. Never leave a gas cylinder
inside a vehicle which may become overheated
by the sun.
• Do not store a gas cylinder in an area where children play.
• Always disconnect regulator from cylinder, never disconnect
hose from barbecue. Gas hoses are factory fitted and
leak tested.
Gas cylinder in upright position for vapor withdrawal
• Ensure gas cylinder conforms to Australian Standard
AS2469 and is less than 10 years old, or re-certified
if older than 10 years.
LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas including Propane)
• LPG is nontoxic, odorless and colorless when produced. For
Your Safety, LPG has been given an odor (similar to rotten
cabbage) so that it can be smelled.
• LPG is highly flammable and may ignite unexpectedly when
mixed with air.
Gas Cylinder Filling or Exchange
• Use only licensed and experienced gas dealers or exchange
at a reputable cylinder exchange outlet.
• A frosty regulator indicates gas overfill. Immediately close gas
cylinder valve and call local gas dealer for assistance.
• Do not release liquid propane gas into the atmosphere.
This is a hazardous practice.
• To remove gas from cylinder, contact a gas dealer or call a
local fire department for assistance.
• Do not subject gas cylinder to excessive heat.
Cylinder Valve
CAUTION
Grease Fires
WARNING
• Barbecue is not intended to be installed in or on a boat.
• Barbecue is not intended to be installed in or on a
caravan.
• Never attempt to attach this barbecue to the selfcontained gas system of a caravan.
• Do not use barbecue until leak-tested.
• If a leak is detected at any time, STOP.
• If you cannot stop a gas leak, immediately close
gas cylinder valve and call gas supplier or your fire
department!
•Putting out grease fires by closing the lid is not
possible. Barbecue are well ventilated for safety reasons.
•Do not use water on a grease fire. Personal injury may
result. If a grease fire develops, turn knobs and LPG tank
off.
• If barbecue has not been regularly cleaned, a grease fire
can occur that may damage the product. Pay close
attention while preheating or burning off food residue to
insure that a grease fire does not develop. Follow
instructions on General Barbecue Cleaning and Cleaning
The Burner Assembly to prevent grease fires.
• The best way to prevent grease fires is
regular cleaning of the barbecue.
4
Gas Cylinder Leak Test
For your safety
• Leak test must be repeated each time gas cylinder is exchanged
or refilled.
• Do not smoke during leak test.
• Do not use an open flame to check for gas leaks.
• Barbecue must be leak tested outdoors in a well-ventilated area,
away from ignition sources such as gas fired or electrical
appliances. During leak test, keep barbecue away from open flames
or sparks.
• Use a clean paintbrush and a 50/50 mild soap and water
solution. Brush soapy solution onto areas indicated by arrows
in figure below.
• Do not use household cleaning agents. Damage to gas
train components can result.
NOTE: The connection to
the gas cylinder is an
A
‘ NTI-CLOCKWISE connection.
’
Ensure the connection
is tightened firmly. Normally
only 1-1 1/2 threads of the hose
assembly connection should
remain visible.
Direction for
tightening
Leak Testing Valves, Hose and Regulator
1. Turn control knob to OFF.
2. Be sure regulator is tightly connected to LPG cylinder.
3. Completely open LPG cylinder valve by turning hand wheel
counterclockwise. If you hear a rushing sound, turn gas off
immediately. There is a major leak at the connection. Correct
before proceeding.
4. Brush soapy solution onto areas circled below.
POL Fitting
Gas Cylinder
Connection to Regulator
5/8”-18 UNF SAE
WARNING
If “growing” bubbles appear do not use or move the gas
cylinder. Contact a gas supplier or your fire
department!
Connecting Regulator to the Gas Cylinder
1. Gas cylinder must be properly secured onto barbecue. (Refer to
assembly section.)
2. Turn all control knobs to the OFF position.
3. Turn gas cylinder OFF by turning hand wheel clockwise to a
full stop.
4. Prior to connecting check o ring on regulator nipple
for damage. Replace if damaged.
5. Hold regulator and insert nipple into cylinder valve. Tighten the
coupling nut, holding regulator in a straight line with gas cylinder
valve so as not to cross-thread the connection.
Control Panel not
shown for clarity.
5. If growing bubbles appear, there is a leak. Close LPG
cylinder valve immediately and retighten connections. If leaks
cannot be stopped do not try to repair. Call for
replacement parts. Order new parts by giving the serial, model
number and name and part number of items needed (see
parts list) to the number listed on front cover.
6. Always close LPG cylinder valve after performing leak test by
turning hand wheel clockwise.
5
THIS BARBECUE 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.
ANY ENCLOSURE IN WHICH THE BARBECUE 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
• WITHIN A PARTIAL
ENCLOSURE THAT INCLUDES
AN OVERHEAD COVER AND NO
MORE THAN TWO WALLS
• WITHIN A PARTIAL
ENCLOSURE THAT INCLUDES
AN OVERHEAD COVER AND
MORE THAN TWO WALLS, THE
FOLLOWING SHALL APPLY:
(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
• DO NOT USE YOUR BARBECUE
IN GARAGES, PORCHES,
BREEZEWAYS, SHEDS OR
OTHER ENCLOSED AREAS.
YOUR BARBECUE IS TO BE
USED OUTDOORS ONLY.
Refer below.
• THE BARBECUE IS NOT
INTENDED TO BE INSTALLED IN
OR USED ON RECREATIONAL
VEHICLES AND/OR BOATS AND
SHOULD NOT BE PLACED
ADJACENT TO OR UNDER ANY
SURFACE THAT WILL BURN.
• DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE FLOW
OF COMBUSTION AND
VENTILATION AIR AROUND
THE BARBECUE HOUSING
WHILST IN USE.
The following diagrams are examples of outdoor areas.
These same principles apply to canopy or shaded cloth areas.
Both ends
open
30% or more in total of
the remaining wall area
is open and unrestricted
30% or more in total of
the remaining wall area
is open and unrestricted
Open side at
least 25% of total
wall area
Open side at
least 25% of total
wall area
6
• Apartment Dwellers:
Check with management to learn the requirements and
fire codes for using a barbecue in your
apartment complex. If allowed, use outside on the ground
floor with a 1 meter clearance from walls or rails. Do
not use on or under balconies.
WARNING
For Safe Use of Your barbecue and to Avoid Serious
Injury:
• The use of alcohol, prescription or non-prescription
drugs may impair the consumer's ability to properly
assemble or safely operate the barbecue.
• When cooking, the barbecue must be on a level, stable
surface in an area clear of combustible material.
• Do not leave barbecue unattended. Keep children and
pets away from the barbecue at all times.
• Do not cover grates with aluminum foil or any other
material. This will block burner ventilation and create a
potentially dangerous condition resulting in property
damage and/or personal injury.
• Do not move the barbecue when in use.
• This barbecue is not intended for and should never be
used as a heater.
• This barbecue will be hot during and after use. Use
insulated oven mitts or gloves and long-handled
barbecue utensils for protection from hot surfaces or
splatter from cooking liquids.
• Keep appliance area clear and free from materials that
burn.
• Keep barbecue area clear and free from combustible
materials, petrol and other flammable vapors and
liquids.
• Keep fuel supply hose away from any heated surfaces.
• Use barbecue only in well-ventilated space. NEVER use
in enclosed space such as carport, garage, porch,
covered patio, or under an overhead structure of any
kind.
• Use barbecue at least 1 m from any wall or surface.
Maintain 3 m clearance to objects that can catch fire or
sources of ignition such as pilot lights on water heaters,
live electrical appliances, etc.
• NEVER attempt to light burner with any type of
closed cover . A buildup of non-ignited gas inside a
closed barbecue is hazardous.
• Never operate barbecue with LPG cylinder out of
correct position specified in assembly instructions.
• Always close LPG cylinder valve and remove coupling
nut before moving LPG cylinder from specified
operation position.
Safety Tips
• Before opening LPG cylinder valve, check the coupling nut for
tightness.
• When this barbecue is not in use, turn off control knob and LPG
cylinder valve.
• The grease tray must be inserted into barbecue and emptied
after each use.
• If you notice grease or other hot material dripping from
barbecue onto valve, hose or regulator, turn off gas supply at
once. Determine the cause, correct it, then clean and inspect
valve, hose and regulator before continuing. Perform a leak
test.
• Do not store objects or materials under the barbecue
enclosure that would block the flow of combustion air to the
underside of either the control panel or the firebox bowl.
• The regulator may make a humming or whistling noise during
operation. This will not affect safety or use of the barbecue.
• If you have an barbecue problem see the "Troubleshooting
Section".
• If the regulator frosts, turn off barbecue and LPG cylinder valve
immediately. This indicates a problem with the cylinder and it
should not be used on any product. Return to supplier!
• Clean barbecue often, preferably after each cookout. If a bristle
brush is used to clean any of the barbecue cooking surfaces,
ensure no loose bristles remain on cooking surfaces prior to
barbecuing. It is not recommended to clean cooking surfaces
while barbecue is hot.
1m
1m
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Ignitor Lighting
Burner Flame Check
• Light burner. Looking through the match light hole underneath
the barbecue, you should see the flame height as shown
below. Turn control knob from position 5 to 1 . The Flame
height should decrease. Always check flame prior to each use.
If only low flame is seen refer to "Sudden drop or low flame" in
the Troubleshooting Section.
READ INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE LIGHTING.
Do NOT lean over barbecue while lighting.
1. Turn gas burner control valve to .
2. Turn ON gas at LPG gas cylinder.
3. Open the barbecue lid.
4. Press and turn the control knob to the position.
5. Push and hold ELECTRONIC IGNITOR button until
the burner lights.
6. Once the burner has ignited, turn the control knob to
the desired setting.
7. If ignition does not occur in 5 seconds, turn the burner
control knob to , wait 5 minutes, and repeat lighting
procedure.
If ignition still does not occur, follow matchlighting instructions.
High Flame
Low Flame
Turning Barbecue Off
• Turn control knob to OFF position. Turn LPG cylinder OFF
by turning hand-wheel clockwise to a full stop.
Ignitor Check
• Turn gas off at LP cylinder. Press and hold electronic
ignitor button. "Click" should be heard and spark seen each
time in each collector box or between burner and electrode.
See "Troubleshooting" if no click or spark.
WARNING
Turn control knob and LPG cylinder OFF when not in
use.
Valve Check
• Important: Make sure gas is off at LPG cylinder
before checking valve. Knob locks in OFF position. To
check valve, first push in knob and release, knob should
spring back. If knob does not spring back, replace valve
assembly before using this barbecue. Turn knob to
position 1 then turn back to
position. Valve should
turn smoothly.
CAUTION
If ignition does NOT occur in 5 seconds, turn the
control knob to , wait 5 minutes and repeat the
lighting procedure. If the burner does not ignite with
the valve open, gas will continue to flow out of the
burner and could accidently ignite with risk of injury.
Hose Check
• Before each use, check to see if hose is cut, worn or
kinked. Replace damaged hose before using applaince.
Use only valve/hose/regulator specified by
manufacturer.
Match-Lighting
Do NOT lean over barbecue while lighting.
1.Turn gas burner control valve to .
2.Turn ON gas at LPG cylinder.
3. Open barbecue lid.
4. Insert match into match holder. Strike match. Place lit
match into match light hole at the rear of the barbecue
bottom, shown “A”. Make sure lit match is placed inside
through the hole and near burner.
5.Push in and turn control knob to position 5 . Be sure
burner lights and stays lit.
Normal
Hose
General Barbecue Cleaning
• Meat Thermometer: Do not immerse or soak in water.
Wash with warm soapy water and wipe dry.
• Do not mistake brown or black accumulation of grease and
smoke for paint. Interiors are not painted at the factory
(and should never be painted). Apply a strong solution
of detergent and water or use a barbecue cleaner with scrub
brush on insides of barbecue lid and bottom. Rinse and
allow to completely air dry. Do not apply a caustic
barbecue/oven cleaner to painted surfaces. A black surface
improves the appliances performance.
• Plastic parts: Wash with warm soapy water and wipe dry.
Do not use citrisol, abrasive cleaners, degreasers or a
concentrated barbecue cleaner on plastic parts. Damage to and
failure of parts can result.
• Painted surfaces: Wash with mild detergent or nonabrasive cleaner and warm soapy water. Wipe dry with a
soft non-abrasive cloth.
• Cooking surfaces: If a bristle brush is used to clean any
of the barbecue cooking surfaces, ensure no loose bristles remain
on cooking surfaces prior to barbecuing. It is not recommended
to clean cooking surfaces while barbecue is hot.
A
Rotate Match
Light Hole
Cover
Kinked
Hose
Match Light Hole
View is from
rear of appliance
8
Cleaning the Burner Assembly (Continued)
CAUTION
6. Clean burner as recommended below, shown E.
We suggest three ways to clean the burner tube. Use the one
easiest for you.
(A) Bend a stiff wire (a light weight coat hanger works well)
into a small hook. Run hook through burner tube several
times.
SPIDER ALERT!
SPIDER AND WEBS
INSIDE BURNER
(B) Use a narrow bottle brush with a flexible handle (do not
use a brass wire brush), run the brush through burner
tube several times.
(C) Wear eye protection: Use an air hose to force air into
the burner tube and out the burner ports. Check each
port to make sure air comes out each hole.
7. Check burner for damage, due to normal wear and corrosion
some holes may become enlarged. If any large cracks or
holes are found replace burner.
8. Insert burner into firebox .
VERY IMPORTANT: Burner tube must re-engage over valve
opening. See illustration, shown F.
9. Reattach burner bracket nuts
10. Reinstall heat tent, cooking grates and warming rack.
Ensure Cooking Grate ridges run front to back (fig.A)
If your barbecue is getting hard to light or
the flame is weak, check and clean the
venturis and burners.
Spiders or small insects are known to create
“flashback” problems by building nests and
laying eggs in the barbecue’s venturi or
burner obstructing the flow of gas. The
backed-up gas can ignite behind the control
panel. This flashback can damage your
barbecue and cause injury. To prevent
flashbacks and ensure good performance,
the burner and venturi tube assembly should
be removed and cleaned whenever the
barbecue has been idle for an extended
period of time.
B
A
Cooking
Grate
Burner
(exposed)
Heat Tent
Warming
Rack
C
D
Burner
Tube
Remove
Burner
Cleaning the Burner Assembly
Follow these instructions to clean and/or replace parts of burner
assembly or if you have trouble igniting barbecue.
1. Turn gas OFF at control knob and LPG cylinder and
disengage regulator from cylinder.
2. Remove grease tray. Open top cover, remove cooking grate,
heat tent and warming rack, shown A. This will expose the
burner from inside, shown B.
3. Working from underneath the barbecue, remove 2 nuts
securing the burner to the bottom, shown C
4. From the top of the barbecue, carefully lift burner out, shown D. .
5. Clean any blocked ports with a stiff wire such as an open
paper clip.
Remove
Nuts
Tube cleaner E
(see above
recommendations)
Burner
(removed)
Burner
Tube
Valve
Valve engaged inside burner
tube end correctly
(Hose not shown for clarity)
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F
MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY STATEMENT
The benefits under this manufacturer's warranty are in addition to other rights and remedies
under law in relation to goods. 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 Manufacturer warrants that this product shall be free from defects in workmanship and
materials at the time of purchase. The manufacturer reserves the right to require that any
product, or portion of a product, that is claimed as defective to be returned for inspection.
The Manufacturer’s Warranty applies to the parts of your product as per the below table:
PRODUCT PART DESCRIPTION
Stainless Burner
Firebox and Lid
All other Parts
PERIOD OF COVERAGE
2 years from date of purchase
2 years from date of purchase
1 years from date of purchase
To claim under this Manufacturer’s Warranty, you will be required to produce proof of
purchase of your product that clearly states the date of purchase.
The Manufacturer’s Warranty does not include:
1.
Transport costs for replacement parts, or for the purpose of returning parts for
inspection.
2.
The cost of in-home service calls or works undertaken on your behalf without
the Manufacturer’s authorization.
3.
Loss of food, fuel or other consumables as a result of a fault of the product.
4.
Any other form of loss or damage as a result of a fault of the product.
This Manufacturer’s Warranty shall not cover faults or defects that are in the
Manufacturer’s assessment caused by:
1.
Improper or incorrect installation or assembly of the product.
2.
Alteration or retrofitting of the product in form or function.
3.
Usage in a commercial context or uses other than domestic use.
4.
Neglect, mistreatment or other acts inconsistent with a reasonable standard
of care for the product.
5.
Fair wear and tear, including naturally occurring processes such as
oxidization causing rust.
The maximum liability assumed under this Manufacturer’s Warranty is limited to the
provision of replacement product or replacement parts for your product.
How to claim under the Manufacturer’s Warranty:
There are two methods of obtaining service under this warranty:
1.
2.
Contact your place of purchase.
Contact the Australian Distributor:
OZtrail Leisure Products
By mail: PO Box 1110, Eagle Farm, 4009, Queensland
By phone: (07) 3193 1110
By email: warranty@oztrail.com.au
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PARTS DIAGRAM
J
K
F
U
A
C
I
G
D
DD
R
M
Y
S
W
O
EE
V
L
AA
Z
E
H
Q
CC
BB
N
B
T
X
II
FF
Key
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
HH
GG
P
Description
BARBECUE LID
LOWER BODY
HEAT TENT
BURNER
IGNITION SWITCH MODULE
BEZEL
WIND SHIELD
INNER REFLECTOR
TOWEL BAR
LID HANDLE
CONTROL PANEL
WHEEL
CONTROL KNOB
Key
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
Qty
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
Qty
Key
Description
AA
1
REAR LEG SET
BB
1
FRONT LEG SET
CC
1
GREASE TRAY
DD
2
HUBCAP
EE
1
HOSE, VALVE, REGULATOR
FF
1
WARMING RACK
GG
1
AXLE
HH
1
HEAT INDICATOR
II
1
COOKING GRATE
MATCH HOLDER
not pictured
TROLLEY BASE
…
1
TROLLEY BRACKET
…
1
LEG CAP
…
1
11
Description
IGNITION MODULE
ELECTRODE WIRE
IGNITOR ELECTRODE
LID BUMPER
MATCH LIGHT HOLE COVER
GRATE CLEANING TOOL
GREASE TRAY GUIDE
GREASE TRAY SHIELD
HEAT SHIELD, CONTROL PANEL
HARDWARE PACK
PRODUCT GUIDE
BARBECUING GUIDE
ASSEMBLY STEPS
1
T
N
Axle
X2
3/8-16 nut
X2
2
Wheel retaining clip
X2
Q
L
12
3
#10x3/8” screw
X2
O
Z
4
N
X
After assembly, if your
trolley does not sit level,
use these screws to adjust
the trolley.
1/4-20x1/2” screw
X2
13
5
O
1/4-20x1/2” screw
X2
Final Trolley Assembly
14
6
10-24 nut
X7
15
7
1/4-20 nut
X4
Y
1/4-20 x 2” screw
X4
16
8
HH
10-24x3/8"
screw
X2
GG
10-24
nut
X2
17
9
G
10-24 nut
X3
Fiber washer
X3
10-24 x 3/8” screw
X3
10
Fiber washer
X2
A
1/4-20 x 3/4” hinge screw
X2
1/4-20 nut
X2
18
11
J
Fiber washer
X2
10-24 x 3/8” screw
X2
12
Battery
+
-
Cap
Module nut
AA
19
13
Electrode wire (small terminal)
Ignitor electrode
BB
Ignition switch wires
(large terminal)
Electrode wire
NOTE: Part HH not shown for calrity.
AA
14
15
Grate
Ridges
C
V
20
17
16
S
P
18
Cylinder valve
facing RH side
of barbecue.
9 kg. LPG
Cylinder
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EMERGENCIES: If a gas leak cannot be stopped, or a fire occurs due to gas leakage, call the fire department.
Emergencies
Possible Cause
Prevention/Solution
Gas leaking from
cracked/cut/burned
hose.
• Damaged hose.
• Turn off gas at gas cylinder or at source on natural gas systems. If
anything is burned, replace valve/hose/regulator. If burned,
discontinue use of product until a plumber has investigated cause
and corrections are made.
Gas leaking from gas
cylinder.
• Mechanical failure due to rusting or
mishandling.
• Replace gas cylinder.
Gas leaking from gas
cylinder valve.
• Failure of cylinder valve from
mishandling or mechanical failure.
• Turn off gas cylinder valve. Return gas cylinder to gas supplier.
Gas leaking between
gas cylinder and
regulator connection.
• Improper installation, connection not
tight, failure of rubber seal.
• Turn off gas cylinder valve. Remove regulator from cylinder and
visually inspect rubber seal for damage. See “Gas Cylinder Leak
Test” and “Connecting Regulator to the Gas Cylinder”.
Fire coming through
control panel.
• Fire in burner tube section of burner due
to blockage.
• Turn off control knobs and gas cylinder valve. Leave lid open to
allow flames to die down. After fire is out and barbecue is cold,
remove burner and inspect for spider nests or rust. See “Natural
Hazard” and “Cleaning the Burner Assembly” pages.
Grease fire or
continuous excessive
flames above cooking
surface.
• Too much grease buildup in burner area.
• Turn off control knobs and gas cylinder valve. Leave lid open to
allow flames to die down. After cooling, clean food particles and
excess grease from inside firebox area, grease tray and other
surfaces.
Possible Cause
Prevention/Solution
GAS ISSUES:
• Trying to light wrong burner.
• See instructions on control panel and in” Use and Care: section.
• Burner not engaged with control valve.
• Make sure valves are positioned inside of burner tubes.
• Obstruction in burner.
• Ensure burner tubes are not obstructed with spider webs or other
matter. See cleaning section of ”Use and Care”.
• No gas flow.
• Make sure gas cylinder is not empty.
ELECTRICAL ISSUES:
• Electrode cracked or broken; “sparks at
crack.”
• Replace electrode(s).
• Electrode tip not in proper position.
Main Burners:
Troubleshooting
Problem
Burner(s) will not light
using ignitor.
(See Electronic Ignition
Troubleshooting also)
Continued on next
page.
• Tip of electrode should be pointing toward gas port opening on
burner. The distance should be 3.2 mm to 6.4 mm. Adjust if necessary.
Sideburner:
• Tip of electrode should be pointing toward gas port opening on
burner. the distance should be 3.3 mm to 4.8 mm. Adjust if necessary.
• Wire and/or electrode covered with
cooking residue.
• Clean wire and/or electrode with rubbing alcohol and clean swab.
• Wires are loose or disconnected.
• Reconnect wires or replace electrode/wire assembly.
• Wires are shorting (sparking) between
ignitor and electrode.
• Replace ignitor electrode/wire assembly.
• Dead battery.
• Replace with a new AAA-size alkaline battery.
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Troubleshooting (continued)
Problem
Possible Cause
Prevention/Solution
Burner(s) will not light
using ignitor.
(See” Electronic Ignition
Troubleshooting” also)
ELECTRONIC IGNITION:
• No spark, no ignition noise.
• See Section I of “Electronic Ignition System.”
• No spark, some ignition noise.
• See Section II of “Electronic Ignition System.”
• Sparks, but not at electrode or at full
strength.
• See Section III of “Electronic Ignition System.”
Burner(s) will not
match light.
• See “GAS ISSUES” on previous page.
• Match will not reach.
• Use long-stem match (fireplace match).
• Improper method of match-lighting.
• Out of gas.
• See “Match-Lighting” section of” Use and Care.”
• Check for gas in gas cylinder.
• High or gusting winds.
• Turn front of barbecue to face wind or increase flame height.
• Low on gas.
• Refill gas cylinder.
• Grease buildup.
• Clean burners and inside of barbecue/firebox.
• Excessive fat in meat.
• Trim fat from meat before barbecueing.
• Excessive cooking temperature.
• Adjust (lower) temperature accordingly.
Persistent grease fire.
• Grease trapped by food buildup around
burner system.
• Turn knobs to OFF. Turn gas off at gas cylinder. Leave lid in position
and let fire burn out. After barbecue cools, remove and clean all parts.
Flashback
[fire in burner tube(s)].
• Burner and/or burner tubes are blocked.
• Turn knobs to OFF. Clean burner and/or burner tubes. See burner
cleaning section of Use and Care.
Sudden drop in gas
flow or low flame.
Flames blow out.
Flare-up.
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Troubleshooting - Electronic Ignition
Problem (Ignition)
Check Procedure
Prevention/Solution
• Check battery orientation.
• Install battery (make sure that “+” and “–”
connectors are oriented correctly, with “+” end up
and “–” end down).
• Has battery been used
previously?
• Replace battery with new AAA-size alkaline battery.
• Button assembly not
installed properly.
• Check to insure threads are
properly engaged. Button
should travel up and down
without binding.
• Unscrew button cap assembly and reinstall, making
sure threads are aligned and engaged fully.
• Faulty spark module.
• If no sparks are generated
with new battery and good
wire connections, module is
faulty.
• Replace spark module assembly.
• Are output connections on
and tight?
• Remove and reconnect all output connections at
module and electrodes.
• Output lead
connections not
connected.
• Are output connections on
and tight?
• Remove and reconnect all output connections at
module and electrodes.
• Arcing to barbecue away
from burner(s).
• If possible, observe barbecue
in dark location. Operate
ignition system and look for
arcing between output wires
and barbecue frame.
• If sparks are observed other than from burner(s),
wire insulation may be damaged. Replace wires.
• Weak battery.
• All sparks present but weak
or at slow rate.
• Replace battery with a new AAA-size alkaline battery.
• Electrodes are wet.
• Has moisture accumulated
on electrodes and/or in burner
ports?
• Use paper towel to remove moisture.
• Electrodes cracked or
broken “sparks at
crack.”
• Inspect electrodes for
cracks.
• Replace cracked or broken electrodes.
Possible Cause
SECTION I
• Battery not installed
No sparks appear at
properly.
any electrodes when
Electronic Ignition is on;
no noise can be heard
from spark module.
• Dead battery.
SECTION II
• Output lead
No sparks appear at
connections not
any electrodes when
connected.
Electronic Ignition is on;
noise can be heard from
spark module.
SECTION III
Sparks are present
but not at all
electrodes and/or not
at full strength.
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