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Calflame 855 Professional Owner`s manual
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Owner’s Manual
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Chef Series
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Stainless Steel Carts
Drop - In Grills
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This owners manual is for BBQ Grills and Outdoor Kitchens Manufactured after June 13, 2002
Sold and Delivered in USA and Canada
Due to our continuous improvement program, all models, operation, and/or specifications are subject to
change without prior notice.
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Welcome
To The Cal Spas Family
Congratulations on the purchase of your new Cal Flame BBQ. Welcome to our
family. You can feel confident knowing that you have purchased one of the
most technologically advanced outdoor cooking environments in the industry.
Your new Cal Flame BBQ is backed by the world wide recognized name in
value, reliability and customer service, Cal Spas.
Customer Information:
We want to learn more about you. After reading this manual, please complete
and submit the attached Product Registration Card or register online, phone,
fax or mail. Your feedback will be used to help us serve you, our
valued customer better, and register your new BBQ Grill or Outdoor Kitchen
warranty.
Cal Flame
1462 East Ninth Street
Pomona, CA. 91766
Telephone: (909) 623-8781
Fax: (909) 865-3287
www.calspas.com
Cal Spas Information:
Cal Spas has been manufacturing Home Resort Products since 1979, and is
considered a pioneer and leader in the industry. Through our State-of-the-Art
manufacturing facility in Pomona, California, we manufacture not only world
class Outdoor Kitchens, but also an entire line of Home Resort Products.
Those products include, but are not limited to Spas, Gazebos, Saunas, jetted
bathtubs, billiard tables, and much, much more. Cal Spas is devoted to
bringing you a total environment of peace, tranquility, and pure enjoyment with
our extensive line of Home Resort Products.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Cal Flame practices the most safety processes and encorage our cutomers
to do the same. WARNING! Read this manual carefully and completely before
using your grill to reduce the risk of fire, shock, burn or any other hazards and
injuries, ensuring proper installation and servicing.
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Table of Contents
Safety:
Warnings and Notices....................................1
Warranty Registration....................................2
Model and Serial Number Location................2
Safety Instructions.........................................3
Installation:
Installation Location.......................................7
Built-in Installation..........................................7
Cabinet Cutout Dimensions...........................8
Gas Requirements.........................................9
Side Burner Installation................................13
Access Door.................................................14
Leak Testing Procedure...............................15
Features of Your Grill....................................16
Stainless steel BBQ Cart Features...............17
Spiders and Insects Warnings......................18
Before Using Your Grill.................................18
Getting Familiure with your Cal Flame BBQ.18
Operation:
Using Your Grill............................................25
Grilling Hints.................................................25
Light & Electrical Connections and locking
wheel casters..................................26
Grill Operation..............................................27
Refridgerator and Tap by Danby...................27
Lighting the Grill Burners..............................27
Manually lighting the Grill Burners................28
Using Your Rotisserie...................................29
Manually lighting the Rotisserie....................30
Using the Side Burner..................................31
Manually lighting the Side Burner.................32
Flame Height................................................32
Cleaning and Maintenance:
Grill Racks...................................................33
Warming Rack.............................................33
Drip Pan......................................................34
Stainless Steel.............................................34
After Use Care.............................................35
Island Cabinet Care.....................................35
Grill Burners................................................35
Miscilaneous
Troubleshooting...................................36 & 37
Cal Flame Entertainment System................38
Parts & Accessories.............................42 & 43
Warranty Information...................................44
Equipment Check Off List............................45
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WARNINGS AND NOTICES
General Safety Requirements:
1. Installation of this appliance must conform
with local codes and with either the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1, or CAN/CGAB149.1, Natural Gas Installation Code or
CAN/CGA-B149.2 Propane Installation Code.
WARNING:
Use of this product in any other way than
described in this manual may result in fire
or explosion, causing property damage,
personal injury or even death.
2. The utilization of an external electrical
source requires that when installed, this gas
appliance must be electrically grounded in
accordance with local codes and the National
Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, or in Canada
CSA C22.1.
WARNING:
Always have a licensed electrician and
contractor install electrical and gas lines.
Incorrect installation in either case may
result in fire or explosion, causing property
damage, personal injury or even death.
3. This grill and side burner and inline shut off
valve must be disconnected prior to
performing any pressure testing of gas line
above 1/2 psi (3.5kPa).
4. When using a self-contained LP-gas
supply system, make sure that the tank is
properly marked with either the U.S.
Department of Transportation (DOT) or
National Standards of Canada CAN/CSAB339
IF YOU SMELL GAS:
1. Shut off gas to grill
2. Extinguish any open flame
3. Open lid
4. If odor persists, immediately call
your gas supplier or your fire
department
5. WARNING:
California Proposition 65:
The burning of gas cooking fuel generates
some byproducts that are on the list of
substances which are known by the State of
California to cause cancer or reproductive
harm.
To minimize exposure to these substances,
always operate this unit as described in this
manual and only operate in well ventilated
areas.
DO NOT TRY TO FIX THE
PROBLEM YOURSELF.
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Customer Information
Locating Products Serial Number:
BBQ Islands Only:
Your new Cal Flame Island BBQ serial number is located on a metal plate inside the
door below the grill on the floor. You will need this number to properly register your
BBQ and activate warranty coverage.
BBQ Grill Inserts Only:
Your new Cal Flame grill serial number is located in the drip pan area on the inside left
wall. You will need to pull out the drip pan to view.
Stainless Steel Carts:
Your New Cal Flame Stainless Steel Cart serial number is serial number is located on a
metal plate inside the door below the grill on the floor. You will need this number to
properly register your BBQ and activate warranty coverage.
Please write this number in the space provided for future reference:
Serial Number: ___________________________Delivery Date:___________________
Warranty Registration:
It is very important to properly register your BBQ’s warranty. As mentioned on the
previous pages, you can do this two ways. You may register at www.calspas.com or
complete the enclosed Product Registration Card. Each will only take a few minutes of
your time and will ensure that your purchase is registered. With this information we are
able to activate your warranty and offer assistance in the future for parts and
accessories ordering.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Please read before installing and operating your new Cal Flame Grill
1.
Your new gas grill should be professionally installed by a licensed contractor.
Refer to the instructions in this manual to ensure proper and safe installation
and operation.
2.
If You Smell Gas:
2.1 Shut off gas to grill
2.2 Extinguish any open flame
2.3 Open lid
2.4 If odor persists, immediately call your gas supplier or your fire
department
DO NOT TRY TO FIX THE PROBLEM YOURSELF.
3.
Caution:
To prevent fire and smoke damage, remove all packaging material before
operating grill.
4.
Before you start cooking:
Clean the grill thoroughly with hot, soapy water. This is necessary to remove
residuals and solvents, oil and grease which may have remained from
the manufacturing process. The grates should also be thoroughly cleaned in
the same manner.
5.
Spiders and other insects can nest in the burners of the grill and block the
gas and airflow to the burner ports. This creates a dangerous condition that
can result in a fire from behind the valve panel. Inspect and clean the
burners periodically; follow guidelines in Cleaning and Maintenance section of
this manual.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
(continued)
6.
In the event a burner goes out and gas escapes, turn off burner knobs, open
the grill hood fully and let it air out. Do not attempt to use the grill or any
other island feature until the gas has had time to dissipate.
7.
Unless specifically recommended in this manual, do not repair or replace any
part of the grill. A qualified technician should perform all service. Any repairs
made by a non-C.A.I. approved dealer technician will void your warran-
8.
Never use the grill without the drip pan in place and pushed all the way to the
rack located just under the grill. Without it, hot grease could leak downward
and produce a fire or explosion hazard.
9.
Keep any electrical supply cord, or the rotisserie motor cord away from the
heated areas of the grill.
10.
Never use the grill or side burner in windy conditions. If located in a
consistently windy area (oceanfront, mountaintop, etc.) a windbreak will be
required. Always adhere to the specified clearances listed in this manual.
11.
The area surrounding your new grill should be kept clean, and free from
flammable liquids and other combustible materials such as mops, rags,
brooms, as well as solvents, cleaning fluids, and gasoline.
12.
Do not use the grill as a storage area for flammable or plastic items, which
may ignite. Do not store any materials inside or near the BBQ island. Any
LPG (Propane) cylinder not in use, should not be stored in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
13.
Never line grill or side burners with tin foil.
14.
When the unit is not in use, be sure to turn off the gas at the LPG tank.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
(continued)
15.
Never locate this appliance in an enclosed room or under sealed overhead
structure or any other type of enclosed area such as a garage, shed, or
breeze way. Keep clear of trees and shrubs.
16.
Do not place this grill under or near windows or vents that can be opened into
your home.
Precautions Regarding Children
1)
Never leave children unattended in the
area where the grill is being used.
2)
Do not store items of interest to children
around or below the grill, or island
3)
Never allow children to sit or stand on
any part of the grill or island.
3)
Always position handles of utensils
inward, so they do not extend over
adjacent work areas or cooking areas.
This reduces the risk of burns, ignition of
flammable materials, and spillage due to
accidental contact with the utensils.
4)
Do not use water on grease fires. Never
pick up a flaming pan. Turn appliance
off and smother the flaming pan with a
tight-fitting lid, cookie sheet or flat tray.
For flaming grease outside of the pan,
smother with baking soda, or use a dry
chemical or foam type fire extinguisher.
5)
Never let clothing, potholders or other
flammable materials come in contact
with or close to any grate, burner or
hot surface until it has cooled. Fabric
may ignite and result in personal injury.
Use Precautions
1)
Never leave the grill and side burners
unattended while using high flame
settings. Boilovers cause smoking, and
greasy boilovers may ignite.
2)
Always use the proper size pan.
Select utensils with flat bottoms large
enough to cover the burner. The use of
6)
under sized utensils exposes the sides
of the utensils to direct contact with a
portion of the flame. This can scorch
utensils,and hamper cleanup.
Excessive flames on large stainless
7)
steel pots can result in permanent
discoloration. For best results, we
recommend commercial quality
5
aluminum pans and utensils.
When using the grill, do not touch the
grill rack, burner grate or immediate
surroundings, as these areas become
extremely hot and could cause burns.
Proper apparel is a safety consideration.
Never wear loose fitting or hanging
garments while using your new grill.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
(continued)
8)
Only use dry potholders - do not use a towel or other bulky cloth in place of
potholders. Moist or damp potholders used on hot surfaces could cause burns from
steam.
9)
Do not heat any unopened glass or metal container of food on the grill. Pressure may
build up and cause the container to burst resulting in serious harm or damage to the
grill.
10)
Do not use charcoal in this grill or side burner.
11)
Do not attempt to move stainless steel cart while hot or in use.
12)
It is extremely important to lock all caster wheels even on flat even surfaces.
13)
Do not lean, sit or stand on the stainless steel cart including the fold out work surfaces.
14)
Do not exceed 50 pounds of weight on the fold out work surfaces.
15)
Do not block the vents located in the cabinet area of your Cal Flame Island and
Stainless Steel Cart as gas may build up incase of leak and cause serious damage.
16)
Your grill must be plugged into a permanent, grounded 110 VAC outlet with a
dedicated 15amp GFCI breaker. Do Not use an extension cord to supply power to
your Cal Flame Island, Grill or Cart. Such use may result in fire, electrical shock or
other personal injury. Do not install a fuse in the neutral or ground circuit. A fuse in the
neutral or ground circuit may result in an electrical shock hazard. Do not ground this
appliance to a gas supply pipe or hot
water pipe. Keep any electrical supply cord
and the fuel supply hose away from any heated
17)
Do not reach over your grill or any other surfaces when hot or in use
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE!
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INSTALLATION OF YOUR NEW GRILL
Safe and satisfactory operation of your new grill depends upon its proper installation. The
installation, adjustments and service of your new grill must be performed by C.A.I. qualified
installers and service technicians. This is necessary to ensure proper operation and also
prevent accidents.
Location (Outdoor Use Only)
When planning your Cal Flame Island or cart location, be sure to consider the shortest gas
line run possible. Also, take into consideration the necessity of having a 110 volts power
source. For use of your appliances (i.e. lights, rotisserie, refrigerator, receptacles, etc.).
When determining a suitable location, take into account concerns such as exposure to wind,
proximity to traffic paths, and windows that open into the home. Keeping in mind natural
gas line runs need to be as short as possible. Locate the grill only in a well ventilated area
Locate BBQ Islands grills and stainless steel carts in well ventilated areas, and only on
solid, flat foundations (I.e. Cement slab or Deck).
Do NOT place BBQ Islands / Outdoor Kitchens or stainless steel carts on dirt or grass.
Built-in Installation
Your new grill is designed for easy installation into a non-combustible enclosure.
The supporting deck and counter must be level and flat. When determining the final
location of your grill, it is required that ventilation be provided in the enclosure so that gas
will not become entrapped in the event of a leak. Make sure that you have one vent placed
at floor level and the other at 5 inches above floor level. See page 10 for more details.
Built-in Design Models
If using a rear wall, locate a weatherproof electrical outlet on the side of the grill that the
rotisserie motor will be located on. The rotisserie motor requires a 110/120-volt supply. The
power supply cord on the motor is equipped with a 3 prong (grounded) plug for protection
against shock hazard. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from the plug.
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CABINET CUT OUT DIMENSIONS
FOR GAS GRILL AND ACCESSORIES
Side Burner
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LP GAS REQUIREMENTS
LP Gas Requirements
Always check the rating plate (see page 5 for location) to make sure the gas supply you
are hooking up to is the gas type the grill is manufactured for.
IMPORTANT: Your new grill will work on LP gas. You cannot switch a LPG system to
natural gas. Please ensure you are connecting the proper gas type to your grill.
LP Gas Hook Up
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LP GAS REQUIREMENTS
(CONTINUED)
NOTE:
1)
2)
An enclosure for an LP gas cylinder shall be vented by openings at the level
of the cylinder valve and at floor level. The effectiveness of the opening(s) for
purposes of ventilation shall be determined with the LP-gas supply cylinder in
place. This shall be accomplished in one of the following manners:
One side of the enclosure shall be completely open; or
Enclosures that have four sides, complete with a top and bottom:
a.
At least two ventilation openings at cylinder valve level shall be provided in the
sidewall, equally sized, spaced at 180 degrees (3.14 rad), and unobstructed.
Each opening shall have a total free area of not less than fi” square inch per
pound (7.1 cm≈/kg) of stored fuel capacity, and not less than a total free area
of 10 square inches (64.5 cm≈).
b.
Ventilation opening(s) shall be provided at floor level and shall have a total
free area of not less than fi square inch per pound (7.1 cm≈/kg) of stored fuel
capacity and not less than a total free area of 10 square inches (64.5cm≈). If
ventilation openings at floor level are in a sidewall, there shall be at least two
openings. The bottom of the openings shall be at floor level and the upper
edge no more than 5 inches (127 mm) above the floor. The openings shall be
equally sized, spaced at 180 degrees (3.14 rad) and unobstructed.
c.
Every opening shall have minimum dimensions so as to permit the entrance of
a 1/8 inch (3.2 mm) diameter rod.
LP Gas Manifold Pressure
For plumbed-in LP installation, use a convertible regulator and set it for LP gas.
LP Gas Supply Pressure
Maximum line pressure for plumbed in Propane is 14" W.C., fi psi (3.5 kPa).
Minimum line pressure for propane is 11" W.C.
LP Gas Pressure Regulator
The unit must be used with the gas pressure regulator. The regulator will control and
maintain a uniform gas pressure in the manifold. The burner orifices have been sized for
the gas pressure delivered by the regulator.
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LP GAS REQUIREMENTS
(CONTINUED)
LPG Cylinder Specification
Any LP gas supply cylinder used with this grill must be approximately 12 inches in diameter
and 18 inches high. The maximum fuel capacity is 20 lbs. of propane, or 5 gallons. Full
cylinder weight should be approximately 38 lbs. (43.7 lbs. nominal water capacity.) Always
use the cylinder dust cap on the cylinder valve outlet during transport and when the cylinder
is not connected to the grill.
Transporting the LP Gas Supply Cylinder
Only one cylinder should be transported at a time. Transport cylinder in an upright and
secure manner with control valve turned off and the dust cap in place.
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NATURAL GAS REQUIREMENTS
NATURAL Gas Requirements
Always check the rating plate (see page 5 for location) to make sure the gas supply you
are hooking up to is the gas type the grill is manufactured for.
IMPORTANT: Your new grill will work on NATURAL gas. You cannot switch a NATURAL gas
system to LP gas. Please ensure you are connecting the proper gas type to your grill.
IMPORTANT: Never connect the grill to an unregulated gas supply
The installation of this appliance must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes,
to the national fuel gas code, ANSI Z223.1a-1998. Installation in Canada must be in accordance
with the standard CAN/CGA-B149.2, Propane Installation Code.
NATURAL Gas Connection: (Must be performed by a licensed contractor or local gas
company representative).
Ensure that the service supplying the grill is fitted with a shut off valve conveniently
positioned to the grill and giving ease of access.
Your Cal Flame Grill for use with Natural Gas comes equipped with its own regulator
which MUST NOT be removed. If, this regulator needs to be replaced use only the
type specified by Cal Flame for this appliance.
1. Remove the rear panel from the BBQ to gain access to the regulator and
gas connection point.
2. Connect a suitable flex connector to the grill regulator as shown on
Figure X
Figure X
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INSTALLATION OF YOUR NEW
SIDE BURNER
1)
Install side burner into an area of
17-1/2 inches long, 11 inches wide
and 3 inches deep.
(See page 8 for size)
2)
Assemble a 3/8 pipe nipple to the
3/8 pipe tee using teflon tape or pipe
sealant. Use only sealant that is
approved for use on LP gas.
3)
Install the pipe tee assembly to the
grill intake pipe with pipe sealant.
Tighten assembly and align the
branch opening of the tee with the
hole of the cabinet.
4)
Connect the flexible hose (male end)
to the pipe tee with pipe sealant.
5)
Install and secure the Side Burner
into the island by simply setting in
place.
6)
Connect the female end of the
flexible hose to the side burner
intake pipe with pipe sealant.
7)
Connect gas supply to the grill
following the instructions on page 9.
8)
Check for gas leaks using soap
water solution. (1 part liquid soap, 3
parts water)
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DESIGN YOUR OWN BARBECUE
WITH EXCLUSIVE CAL FLAME GRILLS
Built-in
Grill &
Burners
Specifications
Commercial Grade
5 Burner
855 Professional
40” Grill
4 Burner
844 Professional
32” Grill
3 Burner
860 Professional
25” Grill
Deluxe
Side Burner (2)
Deluxe
Single Burner
GRILLING SURFACE
22 1/2” x 38”
22 1/2” x 30”
22 1/2” x 23”
22’ x 11”
22’ x 11”
GRILLING BRASS BURNERS
5 x 15,000 BTU
4 x 15,000 BTU
3 x 15,000 BTU
2 x 17,500 BTU
1 x 17,500 BTU
2 x 11,000 BTU
1 x 15,000 BTU
1 x 11,000 BTU
N/A
N/A
Stainless Steel
Lifetime Guarantee
INFRARED
BACK BURNER
Available in Propane or Natural Gas.
To assist as tools in the design of your backyard cooking environment see the following:
cabinet cut out demensions on page 8
installatoin of your new side burner on page 13
Installation of your new access doors on page 15
Getting Familiar With Your Cal Flame BBQ on pages 19 - 25
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INSTALLATION OF YOUR NEW
ACCESS DOORS
Installing Access Doors
1.
Provide cut out and door jamb with
inside dimensions as follows:
16 1/4" X 19 “ for single door
28 1/4” x 19 3/8” for double door
2.
Secure the steel frame with 16 screws of
type #10 X fl” truss head phillips S/S.
3.
Attach doors to frame.
4.
Adjust doors as follows:
a) For height adjustment, loosen the two
screws attached to each mounting plate.
b) Snap off hinge and secure mounting
plate with #6 X 1” flat phillips S/S.
c) For side adjustment turn screw to
increase or decrease door overlay.
d) For depth adjustment, loosen screw,
adjust door to desired position and retighten
screw.
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LEAK TESTING PROCEDURE
Leak Testing
Perform a leak test at least once each year whether the gas supply cylinder has
been disconnected or not. In addition, anytime the gas cylinder is connected to
the regulator or any part of the gas system is disconnected or replaced, conduct
a leak test.
As a safety precaution, remember to always leak test your grill outdoors in a
well-ventilated area. Never smoke or permit sources of ignition in the area
while doing a leak test. Do not use a flame, such as a lighted match to test for
leaks. Use only a leak testing solution as specified below.
Leak Testing Procedure
1.
Prepare a leak testing solution of sudsy water by mixing in a spray bottle
half-liquid soap and half water.
2.
Check and make sure all the control knobs are in the OFF position.
3.
Turn cylinder valve knob counter clockwise one turn to open.
4.
Apply leak-testing solution by spraying on joints of the gas delivery
system.
5.
Blowing bubbles in the soap solution indicates that a leak is present.
6.
Stop a leak by tightening the loose joint or by replacing the faulty part with
a replacement part recommended by the manufacturer. Do not attempt to
repair the cylinder valve if it should become damaged. The cylinder must
be replaced.
7.
If you are unable to stop a leak, shut off the gas supply at the cylinder
valve. Remove the cylinder from the grill. Call an authorized gas
appliance service technician or LP gas dealer. Do not use the appliance
until the leak is corrected.
8.
Push in and turn any control knob to release pressure in the hose and
manifold.
9.
Turn off the control knob.
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FEATURES OF YOUR GRILL
Item: Part Description:
1.
2.
3.
4.
N/A
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
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24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
N/A.
V Grates Cooking Grills
Flavor Bars
Flame Tamers
Drip Tray w/o Handle
Drip Tray Complete Assy
Drip Tray Handle
Control Valve (On / Off)
Rotisserie Control Valve
Knob Bezel
Burner Knob
Brass Burner
Infrared Burner (S-14-4)
Warming Rack Channel
Hood Handle
Thermometer
Warming Rack (3 Burner)
Smoker Box
Natural Gas Regulator
LPG Regulator
Lighting Electrode
Rotis Spit Bracket
Rotis Motor Bracket
Rotis Spit Rod
Rotis Spit Fork
Rotis Motor
Rotis Spit Handle
Rotis Spit Bushing
Rotis Spit Weight
Rotis Spit Lock Nut
Light (halogen) Kit
3 Burner Grill
C.A.I. Part Numbers
BBQ04100659
BBQ04103000
BBQ04103010
BBQ04103020
BBQ04100686
BBQ04103030
BBQ04100666
BBQ04100667
BBQ04101027
BBQ04101028
BBQ04100661
BBQ04300430
BBQ04100656
BBQ04101250
BBQ04100375
BBQ04100656
BBQ04100490
BBQ04103040
BBQ04101043
BBQ04101809
BBQ04100785
BBQ04100786
BBQ04100879
BBQ04100787
BBQ04100781
BBQ04100788
BBQ04100782
BBQ04100783
BBQ04100784
BBQ04103063
4 Burner Grill
5 Burner Grill
BBQ04103021
BBQ04100687
BBQ04103031
BBQ04103022
BBQ04100688
BBQ04103032
BBQ04100440
BBQ04100657
BBQ04101251
BBQ04100430 (X2)
BBQ04100658
BBQ04101252
BBQ04100657
BBQ04100658
BBQ04100796
BBQ04100791
BBQ04103064
BBQ04103064
Four Burner Grill
19
Rotisserie Assembly
Note: Blank space on part number chart
equals same part number as 3 burner grill
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Stainless Steel BBQ Cart
Note: Blank space on part number chart equals same part number as 3 burner cart
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SPIDERS AND OTHER INSECTS WARNING...
Spiders and other insects can nest in the burners of the grill and block the gas and
airflow to the burner ports. This creates a dangerous condition that can result in a
fire from behind the valve panel. It is good practice to inspect burners for blockage
and clean them regularly; in addition, such inspection and cleaning is absolutely
necessary if any of the following conditions exists:
a) Smell of gas in conjunction with a yellow flame.
b) Grill does not heat completely.
c) Grill heats unevenly.
In case any of the above conditions is present, turn off the grill immediately; after
allowing it to cool, inspect and clean the burners as described on page 28 of this
manual.
BEFORE USING YOUR GRILL...
Prior to turning the gas on, inspect the gas supply piping or hose. Make sure only the
supplied hose and regulator are being used. If signs of abrasion, cuts, wear and tear, or
other damage are noticed on the hose, it should be replaced. Contact your local Cal
Spas dealer for replacement parts.
Getting Familiar with your Cal Flame BBQ
Burner Assembly
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Getting Familiar with your Cal Flame Controls
The following controls are that of your Cal Flame Drop-In Grills, Stainless
Steel Carts, Chef Series, Master Chef Series & Gormet Series Islands.
Please familiarize yourself with these controls prior to operation of your Cal
Flame BBQ.
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Grills & Side Burners
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Getting Familiar With Your Cal Flame Cart
Folding Work Surface (Conversion): Grasp handle on tray and lift up. Tray surface will
lock in place. To unfold, lift up on cabinet end of tray and let down slowly.
Do Not cut on or use sharp objects/utensils on the stainless steel work surfaces. This
may cause scoring resulting in an unsightly appearance. However, you may place a
cutting board in this area for food preparation
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Chef Series
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Master Chef Series
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Gourmet Series
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USING YOUR GRILL
Grilling
Grilling requires high heat for searing and proper
browning. Most foods are cooked at the HI heat
setting for the entire cooking time. However, when
grilling large pieces of meat or poultry, it may be
necessary to turn the heat to a lower setting after
the initial browning. This cooks the food through
without burning the outside. Foods cooked for a
long time or basted with a sugary marinade may
need to lower heat setting near the end of the
cooking time. Warming rack is used for defrosting
or for keeping food warm while grilling.
Grilling Hints
The cooking of meat, whether rare, medium, or well done, is affected to a large degree by
the thickness of the cut. Expert chefs say it is impossible to have a rare piece of meat with a
thin cut.
The cooking time is affected by the kind of meat, also by the size and the shape of the cut,
the temperature of the meat when cooking begins, and the cooking degree desired.
When defrosting meats, it is recommended that it be done overnight in the refrigerator as
opposed to a microwave. This generally yields a juicier cut of meat.
Use a spatula instead of tongs or a fork to turn the meat. A spatula will not puncture the
meat and let the juices run out.
To get the juiciest meats, add seasoning or salt after the cooking is finished and turn the
meat only once (juices are lost when the meat is turned several times). Turn the meat just
after the juices begin to bubble to the surface.
Trim any excess fat from the meat before cooking. To prevent steaks or chops from curling
during cooking, slit the fat around the edges at 2-inch intervals.
Do not leave the grill unattended while cooking.
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Light (Illumination) Operation
Your Cal Flame Grill is equipped with either 1-halogen light (CR-3000) or 2-halogen lights
(CR-4000 & CR-5000). This feature is added for safety when cooking in non-lluminated
areas. Also, for convenience when cooking in poorly lluminated areas or simply for an
inviting display of deliciously grilled food.
The On/Off switch controlling your halogen light(s) is located at the control panel on the
front lower left side (see Figure B)
Figure B
On/Off Switch
Your grill is equipped with a grounded (3 prong) 120 VAC plug located in the lower, left, rear
corner of your cart (see Figure C) and must be plugged into a permanent, grounded 120 VAC
outlet with a dedicated 15amp GFCI breaker (see safety instructions on page 6). DO NOT
cut or remove the ground prong as this may result in fire, electrical shock or other personal
injury. This electrical source provides power to the lights, refridgerator and rotisserie
120VAC 3 prong
(grounded) male plug
Warning! Lock all casters on all cart wheels even when installed on flat level surfaces
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(CONTINUED)
Refridgerator by Danby
Your Cal Flame Island BBQ may be equipped with a refridgerator by Danby see the Danby millennium owners manual included with your unit. If you did not receive this owners manual contact
your Cal Flame Dealer. Or, call 1-800-26-Danby
Chill ‘n Tap by Danby
Your Cal Flame Island BBQ may be equipped with a refridgerator by Danby see the Danby millennium owners manual included with your unit. If you did not receive this owners manual contact
your Cal Flame Dealer. Or, call 1-800-26-Danby
Operating the Grill
Make sure all burner controls are off. Do not attempt to light
the burners if the smell of gas is present.
Check the connection with a soap and water solution after
attaching the hose. For LP units, make sure there is gas in
the tank and it is sitting upright. For natural gas units, make
sure the shut off valve is on.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Make sure the drip tray is in place.
Light the grill burners using the instructions below.
Turn the control knob to HI and preheat the grill for
15 minutes. The top cover is to be closed during the
appliance preheat period.
Place the food on the grill and cook to desired
completion. Adjust heat setting, if necessary. The
control knob may be set to any position between HI
and LOW
Allow the grill to cool and clean the drip tray after
each use.
OFF
o
LIGHT
HIGH
LOW
Lighting The Grill Burners
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Open the hood.
Keep your face as far away from the burners as
possible.
Rapidly rotate the burner knob counter clockwise past light position (You will hear a
loud click) to high.
Listen for the "Whoosh" sound. If the burner does not light on the first try, repeat
immediately.
If the burner does not light after three attempts, turn the control knobs to the OFF
position. Wait 5 minutes until the gas clears before attempting to light it again.
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7.
Repeat the procedure or try "Manual Lighting procedure" below.
8.
Upon successful lighting, repeat the process on the other burners you wish to light.
9.
To shut off burners rotate knob and turn to OFF. It is normal to hear a popping
sound when the burners are turned off.
Manually Lighting The Grill Burners
1.
Open the hood.
2.
If you have just attempted to light the burner, allow 5 minutes for any accumulated
gas to dissipate.
3.
Slide out the drip tray from the grill.
4.
Keep your face as far away from the burners as possible.
5.
Using only a long stem match, hold near the burner ports.
6.
Push in and turn counter clockwise the grill's gas control knob just past the LIGHT
position to HIGH.
7.
Listen for the "Whoosh" sound. If the burner does not light after 5 seconds, turn the
control knobs to the OFF position. Wait 5 minutes until the gas clears before
attempting to light it again.
8.
If the burner does not light after several attempts see Troubleshooting Guide in the
back of this manual.
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USING YOUR ROTISSERIE
The rotisserie burner is an infrared type, which provides intense searing radiant heat.
Preferred by professional chefs over other methods, this intense heat is ideal for searing
in the natural juices and nutrients found in quality cuts of meat.
Cooking with the Rotisserie
The rotisserie system is designed to cook items from the back using infrared heat. The
location of the burner allows the placement of a rotisserie-basting pan (included) beneath
the food to collect juices and drippings for basting and gravy. To flavor the contents of the
basting pan, you can add herbs, onion, garlic, or spices.
Operating The Rotisserie
1.
To load the rotisserie rod, hold the handle firmly while sliding one of the fork
assemblies (prongs facing away from the handle) onto the rod. Push the rod
through the center of the food, then slide the other holder (prongs toward the food)
onto the rod. Center the meat on the rod and push the fork assemblies firmly
together. Tighten the thumbscrews. To secure any loose portions of your meat, use
butcher string (never use nylon or plastic string). Place basting pan under the food
to collect the drippings.
2.
To use the rotisserie, first mount the motor on the left side of the grill. Place
securely onto support bracket.
3.
The rod of the rotisserie system is assembled into the motor by placing the pointed
end into the motor and resting the threaded end on the support at the side of the
grill. Once the rod is pushed as far as possible into the motor, the grooved end of
the rod should rest on the right side bracket.
4.
If necessary, to offset unbalanced loads, slide the counter weight on to the rod. With
the counter weight loose, allow the loaded rod to rotate and come to a stop. Now
rotate the counter weight above the rod in a vertical position and tighten the
thumbscrew. You can slide the counter weight away from or closer to the rotisserie
rod as needed for balanced operation.
Light rotisserie burners following instructions on page 22. Once lit, the rotisserie
burner will reach cooking temperature in about 1 minute. The orange/red glow will
even out in about 5 minutes.
Rotisserie Assembly
(see page 17 for part numbers)
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Lighting The Infrared or Rotisserie Burner
1.
Open the hood.
2.
Push and hold the rotisserie burner knob in for about 5
seconds to allow gas into the the infrared burner, then
rotate knob rapidly counter clockwise past the light
position (You will hear a loud click).
3.
If the burner does not light on the first try, repeat
immediately.
4.
If the burner does not light within 5 seconds, turn the
control knob to the OFF position. Wait 5 minutes until
the gas clears before attempting to light it again.
5.
OFF
o
LIGHT
HIGH
Repeat the procedure or try "Manual Lighting
procedure" as shown below.
LOW
6.
Upon successful lighting, repeat the process on any
other available IR burner you may wish to light.
Manually Lighting The Infrared or Rotisserie Burner
1.
Open the hood.
2.
Push and hold the rotisserie burner knob in for about 5
seconds to allow gas into the the infrared burner, then
rotate knob rapidly counter clockwise past the light
position (You will hear a loud click).
3.
Hold a lit long stem match next to the burner ports.
4.
If the burner does not light within 5 seconds, turn the
control knob to the OFF position. Wait 5 minutes until
the gas clears before attempting to light it again.
5.
If the burner does not light after several attempts see
troubleshooting located in the back of this manual.
6.
Upon successful lighting, repeat the process on any
other available IR burner you may wish to light.
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USING THE SIDE BURNER
Your new grill has optional side burners equipped with rotary ignite knobs for lighting.
Lighting The Side Burners
1.
Remove the burner cover, if any, or any cooking utensils
from the burner grate. Caution: The burner cover may
be hot if the grill burners are in operation.
2.
Rapidly rotate the side burner knob counter
clockwise just past the LIGHT position
(You will hear a loud click) to HIGH.
3.
4.
If the burner does not light on the first try, repeat
immediately.
If the burner does not light after 5 seconds, turn the
control knob to the OFF position. Wait 45 seconds
until the gas clears before attempting to light it again.
5.
Repeat the procedure or try "Manual Lighting
procedure" below.
6.
Upon successful lighting, adjust the control knob to
desired flame height.
OFF
o
LIGHT
HIGH
LOW
Manually Lighting The Side Burners
1.
Remove the burner cover, if any, or any cooking utensils
from the burner grate. Caution: The burner cover may
be hot if the grill burners are in operation.
2.
Hold a long stem lit match next to the burner ports.
3.
Push in and rapidly turn the control knob counter
clockwise just past the LIGHT position to HIGH.
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4.
If the burner does not light after 5 seconds, turn the control knobs to the OFF
position. Wait 45 seconds until the gas clears before attempting to light it again.
5.
If the burner does not light after several attempts see troubleshooting guide located in
the back of this manual.
6.
Upon successful lighting, repeat the process on any other available burner you may
wish to light.
Flame Height
The correct height of the flame depends on the size and
material of the utensil being used, the food being cooked and
how much liquid is in the utensil.
Here are some basic rules for selecting the flame height.
The flame should never extend beyond the bottom of the pan.
Utensils, which conduct heat slowly (such as glass-ceramic)
should be used with a low or medium flame unless you are
cooking with a large amount of liquid.
When boiling, adjust the flame to the size of the cookware until
boiling begins. Then lower flame height to the minimum
needed to maintain a gentle boil. Foods cook just as fast at a
gentle boil, as they do at a vigorous boil.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
As with any piece of fine equipment, your New Grill must be kept clean and properly
maintained to maximize its performance and longevity.
Clean internal parts of the grill regularly as determined by the amount of use and foods cooked.
The entire grill should be cleaned at least once a year.
To assure safe and proper maintenance, we recommend you follow these directions carefully.
IMPORTANT:
DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL SUPPLY BEFORE CLEANING ANY PART OF THE GRILL.
Cleaning the Grill Racks
The easy way to clean the grill racks is to scrub them immediately after you have finished
cooking and turned off the flame. Wear a grill mitt to protect your hand from the heat and
steam. Dip a brass bristle barbecue brush in water and scrub the hot grill. Dip the brush
frequently to increase the amount of steam. Steam is created as water contacts with the
hot grill, assists the cleaning process by softening any food particles. The food particles
will fall onto the briquette tray and burn or fall into the drip tray. If the grill is allowed to
cool before cleaning, the removal of those residual particles from food will be more difficult.
If desired, when completely cool, remove the grill racks for thorough cleaning. Use soap
and water for this cleaning. Specks or grease can gather on the surface of the stainless
steel and bake onto the surface rack and give the appearance of rust. For removal use an
abrasive pad (like Scotch Brite) in conjunction with a stainless steel cleaner. This needs to
be done in extreme cases only, or before storing the grill for an extended period.
Cleaning the Warming Rack
The warming rack can be cleaned using the same procedure as “Cleaning the Grill
Racks”.
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Cleaning the Drip Pan:
The full width drip tray will collect grease from the main grill area. The pan should be
cleaned after every use to avoid the possibility of a grease fire.
Be sure to allow the Drip Pan to cool prior to cleaning.
You may clean the drip pan with a solution of warm soapy water. Make sure to rinse
thoroughly to avoid staining.
Care of Stainless Steel Carts & Grills:
Stainless Steel is a highly preferred material in the residential and commercial industries due its
strength, ability to resist corrosion and its ease of cleaning. Stainless Steel is often taken for
granted and assumed to be un-distructable. However, care must be taken to ensure long life in
your Stainless Steel Cal Flame Grills and Carts. To maintain the original appearance of your
Cal Flame grill and/or cart, a regular routine must be followed:
DO NOT:
Use wire wool pads, scrappers, harsh abrasives, scoring materials, bleaches, harsh cleaners
on your Cal Flame Stainless Steel cart and/or grill, or allow salt and vinegar mixtures
to
remain in contact for a long period of time. This will cause scratching, scoring, rusting and pitting of your product.
Your Cal Flame BBQ grill is made of #304 stainless steel. This represents that this component
is of non-rusting and non-magnetic stainless steel.
There are many types of stainless steel cleaners on the market today. We recommend that you
clean the external and internal stainless steel components with a cleaner that is approved for
#304 Stainless Steel and only clean when grill is cool and in indirect light.
Never use steel wool to clean your grill and never clean the grill when it is hot. Be
especially careful when cleaning the Highlighted (Shinny) ares of your grill. Only clean these
areas when absolutely necessary.
Covering Your Stainless Steel Cart:
When not in use and after cooling, cover your Cal Flame Stainless Steel cart with our full length,
zippered side, canvas cover. The cover will help protect your cart from the detrimental effects of
weather & environmental pollutants (please see your local Cal Flame dealer for details).
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After Use Care:
1.
follow safety instructions on page 3. The easiest way to clean the grill is
immediately after cooking is completed and after turning off the flame. Wear a
barbeque mitt to protect your hand from the heat and steam. Dip a brass
bristle barbeque brush in hot soapy water and scrub the hot hot grill rack. The
steam from the water coming in contact with the hot rack surface will assist in
the cleaning process by softening any food, dirt or grease stuck to the racks.
2.
Wipe the grill with a soft damp soapy cloth and rinse with warm/hot, clean water.
3.
For more tenacious deposits, including oil, grease and water-borne deposits, use a
multi purpose cream cleanser and apply with a soft, damp cloth. Rinsing with
warm/hot, fresh clean water.
4.
Dry with a soft, dry, clean towel if preferred.
Cleaning the Island Cabinets:
Follow safety instruction on page 3, be sure to unplug electrical supply before cleaning
any part of your Cal Flame BBQ. Spray cabinet area with a soap and water solution.
Rinse with a gentle stream of fresh clean water.
Cleaning the Burners:
Important:
All of the gas control knobs must be turned to the off position and the fuel should be off
and fuel line disconnected prior to starting this procedure.
To reduce the risk of flashback, this procedure should be followed at least once a month
or when your grill has not been used for an extended amount of time.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove burners from grill by carefully lifting each burner up and away from gas
valve orifice.
Wire brush outer surface of burner to remove food residue and dirt. Clean any
clogged ports with a stiff wire such as an opened paper clip.
Inspect the burner for damage (cracks or holes). If any damage is found, replace
burner and discontinue grill usage.
Upon reinstallation, Inspect gas valve orifices for cleanliness and condition and
location of ignitors.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
If Grill fails To Operate Properly:
1.
2.
3.
Turn off gas at source, turn Control Knobs to the off position and wait five minutes
before trying again.
Check gas supply at connections.
Repeat lighting procedure and if grill still fails to operate properly, turn off gas at source,
turn the control knobs to the off position and wait for the grill to cool down and check
the following:
Problem:
Solution:
Misalignment of burner tube(s) over orifice(s)
Reposition the burner tube to properly seat over orifice
Problem:
Solution:
Obstruction In Gas Line:
Remove fuel line from grill. Do Not smoke or perform any maintenance in
the vicinity of an open flame. Open gas valve for one second to blow out any
debris. Close off gas valve and reconnect fuel line securely.
Problem:
Solution:
Plugged Orifice:
Remove cooking grills, Flame Tamers and grease tray. Remove Burners from
bottom of firebox by pulling cotter pin from beneath burner peg using a
standard screwdriver or needle nose pliers. Carefully lift each burner up and
away from gas orifice. Remove the orifice from the control valve. Gently clear
any obstruction with a fine wire. Reinstall orifice, reinstall burners over orifices
and seat burner peg into position hole at the bottom ledge of the firebox.
Replace cotter pins. Replace cooking components and grease collectors. If an
obstruction is suspected in the control valve please contact your local Cal
Flame dealer for assistance.
ORIFICE CLEANING LOCATION:
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Problem:
Solution:
Misalignment of Ignitor on Burner:
Check for proper position of electrode tip. The tip of the electrode should be
pointing forward towards the front of the burner and should be free of grease to
allow proper sparking. The ignition wire should be connected firmly to the valve
ignition device and electrode. Replace the ignition wire if it is frayed or cracked.
With gas supply closed and all control knobs set to the off position, check each
position igniter individually for presence of spark at electrode. In turn, push
each knob in fully and rotate about 1/4 turn to the left (Counter Clockwise) until
you hear a loud click. The trigger hitting the strike block should produce a blue
spark at the electrode tip. Return control knob to the off position before
checking the next igniter
While the grill is still hot, you must wait for a minimum of five minutes before
commencing re-ignition (This allows accumulated gas fumes to clear). If all
checks / corrections have been made and gas grill still fails to operate properly,
contact your local Cal Flame dealer
Problem:
Solution:
Yellow Flame:
Once the entire burner is operating, check the flame color to be sure that flame
color is mostly blue.
(Some yellow at the tips may be present due to impurities in the fuel.)
If the flame is golden or yellow in color, the reason could be seasoning salts,
oil film, or other foreign matter on the burner.
Either wash the burner with mild detergent or operate burner at the HIGH
setting with the lid closed for about ten minutes.
Problem:
Solution:
Flashback:
When fire occurs in and around the burner tubes, immediately turn off gas at its
source and turn the control knob(s) clockwise to the off position. Wait
until the grill has cooled off and then clean the burner tubes and burners as
described on page 26 of this manual.
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Splash Stereo System
This system can be used to listen to AM or FM Stereo signals, CD’s and also audio from the optional DVD and TV Tuner on our
Entertainment Cal Flame unit.
Each Cal Flame unit that is equipped with the Splash Stereo system is delivered with the manufacturers operating instructions. We
strongly
recommend that you read these instructions prior to operating this unit.
Note: Although this unit is marine grade, you will still need to protect it from water and the elements.
• Do not place wet CD’s into this unit at any time.
• Always close the CD protection door.
Remember, water damage is not covered by the warranty.
Entertainment Systems:
Cal Flame units equipped with the TV / DVD systems use this Splash stereo to broadcast the TV or DVD audio signals.
Set Up:
1. Program preset station #1 to 88.7FM to receive the audio signal that the TV and DVD systems are transmitting on.
2. Set Base to +3 (As described in the stereos operating manual)
3. Set Treble to +4 (As described in the stereos operating manual)
4. Do Not Use the Z music enhance feature of the Splash Stereo System.
5. Set the volume between 15 and 28 .
Note: If the Cal Flame unit should loose power for any reason, it will be necessary to reset these settings.
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15” TV Monitor Operation: (Optional)
Turning On the TV Monitor:
Once the TV has been raised (either by manual or automatic operation) you will be able to operate the TV with the silver TV remote
control.
Note: This remote control is not waterproof. Do Not operate with wet hands or from inside the spa.
Operation:
1. Point the remote control directly at the TV Monitor
2. Press the Red Power Button located at the top left side of the remote control.
3. Allow a few seconds for the TV monitor to warm up before pressing any other buttons.
4. Once on, the TV monitor will display a small icon at the lower left side signifying which mode the TV is
currently in.
5. Press the “SELECT” button located at the top right side of the TV remote control until the icon
“COMPOSITE VIDEO” is displayed on the screen of the TV monitor. This will allow the TV Monitor to
accept the signal from the DVD player.
6. When an antenna, cable or satellite system is connected to the coaxial cable on the right front side of the
spa, you will be able to receive live TV signals by pressing the “SELECT” button until the
“COMPOSITE TV” icon appears on the TV monitor. Allow a few second for the TV tuner to acquire the
new signal prior to switching channels.
7. Press the right “VOL” button to adjust the volume up to “80” as displayed on the screen
This will allow the Stereo system to receive enough volume to reproduce the audio signal without
distortion.
Note: You will not be able to hear audio form the TV Monitor itself. All audio signals for the TV or DVD are only acquired
through the stereo when programmed to 88.7FM.
Select Button
Power Button
CH+
Vol +
Vol CH -
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Cal Flame Entertainment System Operation:
DVD Player and Surround Sound Processor: (Optional)
This system contains the DVD player and DVD remote controller.
Note: Although incased in a plastic housing with weather seals, this system and remote control are not waterproof. You must be take
every step necessary to keep this system dry. Water damage is not covered by the manufacturers warranty.
These instructions are to describe basic functions. Please see the DVD manufacturers operating instructions for other features and
functions. These instructions are delivered with the Cal Flame owners manual in a clear plastic bag inside the stailess steel cabinet
Operation:
1. Press the POWER button on the DVD unit or remote control to turn the system on.
A “Welcome DVD Video” banner will be displayed across the screen
2. Press POWER on the Stereo / Cd player
3. Move the DVD selector switch (Located next to the DVD player) to the ON position.
This will allow the Audio signal to be received by the Stereo / CD player
Note: When not using the DVD player the Audio selector switch must be in the of position to receive regular AM an FM broadcasts.
4. Tune the Stereo / Cd player to 88.7 FM to receive the audio signal.
5. Press the OPEN button on the DVD player and insert a DVD.
Note: DO NOT INSERT WET DVD’S.
6. Press either the ENTER button on the DVD player or the Play button on the remote control to start the DVD
IMPORTANT: Recommended stereo settings are BASS +3, TREBLE +4 and stereo volume not to exceed 28. Exceeding these setting or
using the Z enhancer feature on the stereo will cause the system to distort and damage speakers.
WARNING: DVD System and remote control are NOT waterproof or water-resistant. Water damage is not covered by the manufacturers
warranty. Please make sure that hands and DVD’s are dry before coming in contact with this or any electronic option.
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Operating the DVD System In TV Mode:
88.7
The DVD system is used to feed the audio signal from the TV Tuner to the stereo. You will need to switch the audio and Video modes
with DVD remote to properly receive picture and sound.
Note: The Stereo must be tuned to 88.7FM to receive audio signals from either the DVD or TV Tuner.
Instructions:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn on DVD system as mentioned on the previous pages.
Press the SELECT button on the TV Remote Control to switch Video to COMPOSITE TV.
Press the A/V button on the DVD Remote Control to switch the Video from OUT to IN.
Press the Channel Up or Down buttons on the TV remote control to select TV Channel.
Switching Back to DVD Operation:
1. Press the SELECT button on the TV Remote Control to switch Video to COMPOSITE VIDEO.
3. Press the A/V button on the DVD Remote Control to switch the Video from IN to OUT.
4. Press the PLAY on the DVD remote Control.
WARNING: DVD System, Tuner System and their remote control’s are NOT waterproof or water-resistant. Water damage is not covered
by the manufacturers warranty. Please make sure that hands and DVD’s are dry before coming in contact with this or any electronic
option.
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Parts & Accessories
Contact your local Cal Flame Dealer to place your parts and accessories order. Or fax this completed form to (909) 947-5087
with Credit Card Information: Visa
Master Card
American Express
Other_________________________
Expiration Date______________ Card Number __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
Home Address:_____________________________________City______________________State_____Zip_________-_____
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DO NOT SEND CASH or CHECK
Please allow 2-3 weeks to receive your order.
Prices and Specifications are subject to change wothout notice
For more products and information please visit us on our web site at www.calspas.com
Shipping, handling and customs fees are the responsibility of the purchaser
PART
QTY
Part Description
& Part Number
PART
QTY
Part Description
& Part Number
Single Side Burner 12 1/2”
Liquid Propane BBQ852P
Natural Gas BBQ852-1P
Cutting Board w/drawer
& knife set
BBQ04100091
Cal Flame Thermometer
BBQ04100375
BBQ Tote w/apron, mitt, S.S.
Cleaner, Utensils
BBQ04100095
Brass Burner
BBQ04100661
16oz. Stainless Steel
cleaner
BBQ04100375
Cal Flame Controls Knob
BBQ04101028
Smoke Tray
BBQ854P
BBQ Umbrella
Cream - BBQ04100679
Green - BBQ04100681
Burgandy - BBQ04100682
Black - BBQ04100683
Deluxe Single Side Burner
Liquid Propane BBQ898P
Natural Gas BBQ898-1P
Deluxe Double Side Burner
Liquid Propane BBQ899P
Natural Gas BBQ899-1P
Umbrella Flange
BBQ04100771
Cal Flame BBQ Grates
BBQ04100659
Cocktail Center (built-In)
18” - BBQ842-18
30” - BBQ842-30
Warming Rack
3 Burner BBQ04100656
4 Burner BBQ04100657
5 Burner BBQ04100658
Infrared 3 & 4 Burner
BBQ04300430
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PART
QTY
Part Description
& Part Number
PART
QTY
Part Description
& Part Number
Drip Tray Handle w/o Tray
3 Burner BBQ04103030
4 Burner BBQ04103031
5 Burner BBQ04103032
Rosisserie Burner
3 Burner BBQ856P3
4 Burner BBQ856P4
5 Burner BBQ856P5
Stainless Steel Storage
Drawers (20.5X13X20.5)
3Drawer - BBQ841P
2Drawer - BBQ840P
Drip Tray w/o handle
3 Burner BBQ04103020
4 Burner BBQ04103021
5 Burner BBQ04103022
Covers for Cal Flame
Drop-Ins
Stainless Steel Storage
Drawers
BBQ04100870
3 Burner - BBQ010
4 Burner - BBQ011
BBQ Flame Tamers
BBQ04103010
5 Burner - BBQ012
Covers for Cal
Flame Carts
BBQ Flavor Bar
BBQ04103000
3 Burner - BBQ835CR5 4
16 1/2” Propane/Trash
Drawer
BBQ857P
4 Burner - BBQ835CR4
5 Burner - BBQ835CR5
Covers for Cal Flame
Islands
Stainless Steel
Refridgerator
BBQ04300230
C100 - BBQ835C1
C200 - BBQ835C2
C250 - BBQ835C25-B
30” Stainless Steel
Double Door
BBQ839P-30
C300 (left w/backsplash)
- BBQ835C3-LB
C300 (right w/backsplash) BBQ835C3-RB
C400 (left w/backsplash) BBQ835C4-LB
18” Staibless Steel
Single Door
BBQ839P-18
C400 (right w/backsplash) BBQ835C4-RB
Stainless Steel Sink
w/faucet
BBQBBQ845P
G1000 - BBQ835G1
G2000 - BBQ835G2
G3000 - BBQ835G3
MC500 - BBQ835MC5
Juice Bar
18” - BBQ846P-18
30” - BBQ846P-30
MC600 - BBQ835MC6
MC700 - BBQ835MC7
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Rev 06/01/2003
Lifetime Warranty
Limited Warranty
Lifetime: Equipment Warranty
Lifetime: Component Warranty
Chef Series, Master Chef Series, and Gourmet Series:
C.A.I. warranties the stainless steel & brass burners, stainless steel
& cast iron cooking grills against deterioration and corrosion due to
defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the
aforementioned product.
Chef Series, Master Chef Series, and Gourmet Series:
C.A.I. warranties the stainless steel grill body, grill lid, heavy duty
stainless steel rotisserie, Stainless steel mountings, for the lifetime
of the aforementioned product.
Lifetime: Structural Frame Warranty
1 Year equipment and component warranty
Chef Series, Master Chef Series, and Gourmet Series:
C.A.I. warranties the Structural Frame to maintain its structural
integrity for the lifetime of the aforementioned product. This warranty
excludes carts which have a one year warranty and is guaranteed to
be free from defect in materials and workmanship at time of delivery.
Chef Series, Master Chef Series, and Gourmet Series:
C.A.I. warranties the rotisserie motor, non stainless steel
fasteners, temperature gauge and plastic items such as knobs, trays,
etc. to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period
of one year. Fading is specifically excluded from this warranty.
1 Year Component Warranty
Chef Series, Master Chef Series, and Gourmet Series:
C.A.I. warranties the Stainless steel storage door, drawers, sink and
warming rack against deterioration of the aforementioned product.
C.A.I. guarantees the decorative finishes such as stucco, grout, brick, rock, and tile to be free from defects in material and workmanship at time of delivery.
Manufacture Warranty
All barbecue units/carts are manufactured with the highest quality appliances and are guaranteed to be free from defect of material and
workmanship at time of delivery. The appliance warranty is extended through the manufacturer of the product. These items include but are not
limited to the following: Stereo’s, speakers, refrigerators, keg refrigerator, and accessories.
Extent of Warranty
This 2003 Cal Flame Warranty is only valid on Chef, Master Chef and Gourmet Series models delivered in the
continental United States and Canada, and extends through the selling dealer to the original purchaser at the original site of installation. This
warranty becomes valid at time of purchase and ends either by specified time-frame listed above, owner transfer, or relocation.
Warranty Performance In the event of a malfunction or defect covered under the terms of this warranty, the factory authorized selling
dealer is responsible for performing all necessary repairs. To obtain service, contact the authorized selling dealer. In the event the consumer is
unable to obtain satisfactory customer service from the authorized selling dealer, written notification must be given to the C.A.I. Customer Relations
Department within (10) ten days of the reported failure. There will be no charge for parts on a covered item. However, the authorized service agent
may assess labor, freight and a reasonable travel or mileage charge per service call. If C.A.I. determines that repair of a covered item is not feasible,
C.A.I. reserves the right to replace the defective merchandise with merchandise equal in value to the original purchase price. In the event of any
warranty replacement, all removal, replacement, installation and shipping costs are the responsibility of the barbecue owner. This warranty is
non-transferable and may not be extended beyond the above mentioned time frames what-so-ever by any of C.A.I.’s representatives.
Warranty Limitations and Exclusions This warranty is void if the barbecue unit/cart has been subject to negligence, alteration,
misuse, abuse, repairs, incorrect and/or prohibited applications, dings, dents and scratches. Gas lines must be installed by a licensed plumber only
or local gas co.), incorrect electrical installation (licensed electrician only is acceptable). Serviced by non- C.A.I. authorized representatives, acts of
God and any other cases beyond the control of C.A.I. Please refer to the owner’s manuals for examples of exclusions and of common acts
invalidating this guarantee This limited warranty applies only to barbecue units used for personal, family, and outdoor household purposes.
Disclaimers
C.A.I. shall not be liable for loss of use of the barbecue unit or other incidental or consequential costs, expense or damages, which
may include but are not limited to removal of permanent deck or other custom fixtures or the necessity for crane removal. Any implied
warranty shall have duration equal to the duration of the applicable warranty stated above. Under no circumstances shall C.A.I. or any of its
representatives be held liable for injury to any person or damage to any property, however arising.
Legal Remedies This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights, which may vary from state to state.
Customer Service For customer service, contact the authorized selling dealer immediately. If you need additional information or assistance,
please contact the C.A.I Customer Relations Department at 1462 East Ninth Street • Pomona, CA 91766, or call 909-623-8781
This Limited Warranty is effective for BBQ’s manufactured after January 02, 2003
LTR17000073
SINCE 1979
Co
LTR17002359
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1462 East Ninth Street • Pomona, California 91766
www.calspas.com
Rev 06/01/2003
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