Canberra 4 G

Outdoorchef Canberra 4 G manual

Canberra 4 G

User manual for the Outdoorchef Canberra 4 G in Dutch. This PDF manual has 116 pages.

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OUTDOORCHEF.COM 12 User guide Please read these instructions carefully before using your OUTDOORCHEF gas barbecue. Read this user guide before starting to use the device. Keep the user guide in a safe place. It contains important information about safety, operation and maintenance. IMPORTANT FOR YOUR SAFETY Anyone who operates the barbecue must know and follow the ignition process precisely. Children are not allowed to use the barbecue. Follow the assembly instructions in the set-up instructions precisely. Incorrect assembly can have dangerous consequences. Do not position any flammable liquids, materials or spare gas bottles in the vicinity of the barbecue. Never set up the barbecue or the gas bottle(s) in enclosed rooms without ventilation. Please read these instructions carefully before using your gas barbecue. The barbecue is only allowed to be used outdoors, and it is necessary to maintain a safety clearance of at least 1.5 m from flammable objects. GAS BOTTLES Only gas bottles with a maximum net weight of 7.5 kg are allowed to be placed on the base plate. Position the bottle in the place provided, see set-up instructions. Please make sure there are no leaking screw connections. CHECK FOR LEAKS before use and after each gas bottle change. Gas bottles are not allowed to be exposed to a temperature of more than 50° C, and must never be stored in an enclosed room or basement. Comply with and follow the safety regulations that are indicated on the gas bottles used. max 500 mm max Ø 310 mm 1 2 3 IMPORTANT: First of all, make a note of the serial number of your gas barbecue on the back of this user guide. Depending on the barbecue model, you will find the number on the data sticker that is either on the barbecue frame or the base plate. The article number and name of your gas barbecue are printed on the welcome card included in the document folder. The serial number and article number are important to allow straightforward handling of inquiries, spare part orders and any warranty claims. Keep the user guide in a safe place. It contains important information about safety, operation and maintenance. Typ: PIN 0063 BP 3628 DKB Household Switzerland AG Eggbühlstrasse 28 8052 Zürich 00632014 Made in China Cat.I =30mbar 3 B/P DK NO NL SE LU =28-30/37mbar Cat.I 3+ GB FR BE ES IT CH 30/37 mbar PT FI Butane / Propane G30 / G31 CZ RO PL Serial No.: Article No.: one main burner: Qn= Total rate SQn= Side burner: Qn= 30/37 mbar 30/37 mbar LOGIN CARD EN
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13 SAFETY NOTES This user guide must be kept by the owner and be close at hand at all times. Take the barbecue into operation in accordance with the INSTRUCTIONS FOR LIGHTING chapter. • Only use outdoors. • Never use the barbecue under a canopy. • Never leave the barbecue unsupervised while it is in use. • CAUTION: Accessible parts can get very hot. Keep children away. • Do not move the device while it is in use. • Devices equipped with castors are not allowed to be pushed across uneven floors or steps. • Make sure that the drip drawer is always fully closed and engaged during operation. • The device must be kept away from flammable materials during operation. Keep a distance of 1.5 m. • Wear protective gloves when you touch hot parts. • After grilling, always turn the gas regulating knob to the position and close the gas supply at the gas bottle. • When changing the gas bottle, make sure that the gas regulating knob is in the position and the gas supply is closed at the gas bottle. IMPORTANT: No sources of ignition are permitted to be in the vicinity. • After connecting a new gas bottle, check the connection parts in accordance with the instructions in CHECKING FOR LEAKS. • If you suspect that parts are leaking, turn the gas regulating knob to the position and close the gas supply at the gas bottle. Have the parts that carry gas checked at a specialist gas equipment retailer. • Renew the gas hose immediately if it is damaged or displays signs of wear. The hose must be free from kinks and must not have any cracks. Do not forget to switch off the gas regulating knob and the gas supply before you remove the hose. • Renew the hose and the gas pressure regulator after it has been in use for 3 years from the date of purchase. Make sure that the gas pressure regulator and the hose are in accordance with the corresponding EN standards. • The recommended length of the gas hose is 90 cm, and it must not be longer than 150 cm. • Never block the air intake slots in the housing or the air slots in the lid. The ventilation openings in the gas bottle compartment must never be closed or covered. • Do not make any modifications to the device. In particular, never modify the gas tap, the safety pilot, the burner or other parts of the barbecue. Contact a specialist if you suspect there is a malfunction. • The barbecue is supplied with the appropriate gas hose and gas pressure regulator. It is essential to keep the gas hose away from the hot outside surfaces of the barbecue. The hose is not allowed to be twisted. On barbecue models that have a hose guide, it is essential for the hose to be secured in this guide. • The hose and regulator are in accordance with the particular national regulations and EN standards. • Contact a specialist gas equipment retailer if full power is not achieved and you suspect there may be a blockage in the gas supply. • Only use the barbecue on firm, secure ground. Never place the barbecue on wooden floors or other flammable surfaces while it is in use. Keep the barbecue away from flammable materials. • In devices with granite work surfaces, avoid exposing the surface to a temperature shock. • Do not store the barbecue in the vicinity of highly inflammable liquids or materials. • If you store the barbecue indoors over winter, it is essential for the gas bottle to be removed. It should always be stored in a well ventilated location which is inaccessible to children. • Before using the barbecue, make sure you select a location that affords the greatest possible protection against the wind. • When the barbecue is not in use, and once it has cooled down fully, protect it against the effects of the weather using a cover. Covers can be purchased from your barbecue retailer. • Remove the cover after heavy rain in order to avoid condensation build-up.
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OUTDOORCHEF.COM 14 CHECKING FOR LEAKS WARNING: No sources of ignition are permitted to be in the vicinity during the leak test. This also includes smoking. Never check for leaks with a burning match or a naked flame, and always do this task outdoors. 1. The gas regulating knob must be in the position. 2. Open the gas supply at the bottle and brush a soap solution comprising 50 % liquid soap and 50 % water onto all parts that carry gas (connection at the gas bottle / gas pressure regulator / gas hose / gas inlet / connection on the valve). You can also use a leak spray. 3. Bubbles forming in the soap solution indicate there are leaks. IMPORTANT: Do not use the barbecue before all leaks have been eliminated. Close the gas supply at the gas bottle. 4. Eliminate the leaks by retightening the connections if possible, or else renew the defective parts. 5. Repeat steps 1 and 2. 6. Contact your specialist gas equipment retailer if the leaks cannot be eliminated. NOTE: Carry out the CHECK FOR LEAKS each time after the gas bottle is connected or changed, and also at the start of the barbecue season. EXPLANATION OF THE SYMBOLS ON THE OPERATING CONSOLE BEFORE FIRST USE 1. Clean all parts that come into contact with foodstuffs. 2. Check all parts that carry gas, as described in the CHECKING FOR LEAKS chapter. Also do this if your gas barbecue was delivered already assembled by the retailer. 3. Let the barbecue burn for about 20–25 minutes at the setting. 4. Make sure that the drip collector tray has been pushed in fully. This also applies to normal use of the barbecue. Heat settings and lighting ) : Off position : Low power : Medium power : Full power : Ignition : Igniter
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15 INSTRUCTIONS FOR LIGHTING NOTE: It is not always necessary to use all burners. This depends on the type of cooking and the amount of food. IGNITING THE MAIN BURNERS (CAIRNS 3 G / HAMILTON 3+ G / CANBERRA 4 G / PERTH 4+ G / AUCKLAND 4+ G) 1. Make sure that all connections between the gas hose, the gas pressure regulator and the gas bottle are firmly tightened. (Follow the instruction in the CHECKING FOR LEAKS chapter.) 2. Open the barbecue lid. CAUTION: Never light the barbecue when the lid is closed. 3. Open the gas supply at the gas bottle. 4. Press the gas regulating knob and turn it anticlockwise to the setting. Press the black ignition button and hold it until the spark catches and the gas is burning. 5. If the gas does not light within 3 seconds, set the gas regulating knob to . Wait 2 minutes to allow the uncombusted gas to dissipate. Then repeat points 2 to 4. 6. If it is not possible to light the barbecue after 3 attempts, check the causes (as described in the TROUBLESHOOTING section). 7. The burners must be taken into operation from left to right LIGHTING THE SIDE BURNER (HAMILTON 3+ G / PERTH 4+ G / AUCKLAND 4+ G) 1. Make sure that all connections between the gas hose, the gas pressure regulator and the gas bottle are firmly tightened. (Follow the instruction in the CHECKING FOR LEAKS chapter.) 2. Remove the granite cover from the side burner in the AUCKLAND 4+ G and place it in the holder provided under the right-hand side shelf, or open the cover plate at the side burner in the HAMILTON 3+ G or PERTH 4+ G. 3. CAUTION: Never light the barbecue when the granite cover or the cover plate is closed. 4. Open the gas supply at the gas bottle. 5. Press the gas regulating knob marked SIDE BURNER and turn it anticlockwise to the setting. Press the ignition button and hold it until the spark catches and the gas is burning. 6. If the gas does not light within 3 seconds, set the gas regulating knob to . Wait 2 minutes to allow the uncombusted gas to dissipate. Then repeat points 2 to 4. 7. If it is not possible to light the side burner after 3 attempts, search for the causes (as described in the TROUBLESHOOTING section). 8. Do not cover the side burner with the granite cover until it has completely cooled down (only AUCKLAND 4+ G model), and do not close the cover plate until it has completely cooled down (only HAMILTON 3+ G or PERTH 4+ G models). IGNITING THE INFRARED BURNER (POWER BURNER of the AUCKLAND 4+ G) CAUTION: Do not use the infrared burner when the lid is closed. 1. Make sure that all connections between the gas hose, the gas pressure regulator and the gas bottle are firmly tightened. (Follow the instruction in the CHECKING FOR LEAKS chapter.) 2. Open the barbecue lid. CAUTION: Never ignite the barbecue with the lid closed, and never place the griddle over the infrared burner. The results could be discolouration of the lid and deformation of the griddle. 3. Open the gas supply at the gas bottle. 4. Press the gas regulating knob marked POWER BURNER and turn it anticlockwise to the setting. Press the ignition button and hold it until the spark catches and the gas is burning. 5. If the gas does not light within 3 seconds, set the gas regulating knob to . Wait 2 minutes to allow the uncombusted gas to dissipate. Then repeat points 2 to 4. 6. If it is not possible to light the infrared burner after 3 attempts, search for the causes (as described in the TROUBLESHOOTING section).
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OUTDOORCHEF.COM 16 THE AUSTRALIAN BARBECUE SYSTEM FROM OUTDOORCHEF Australia is famous for its magnificent barbecues. The AUSTRALIAN LINE from OUTDOORCHEF is equally magnificent. It offers high-quality and reliable products. A large working area is provided on a robust, easily manoeuvrable chassis. The indestructible cast-iron burners store the heat and distribute it evenly within the grilling chamber. Thanks to an integrated thermometer, it is possible to check the temperature at any time, while flame hoods specially deve- loped for this barbecue system protect the food to be grilled against flare-ups. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THE AUSTRALIAN BARBECUE WITH GAS It couldn‘t be simpler: 1. Preheat the barbecue with its lid closed for about 10-15 minutes at the setting. 2. Place the food to be grilled on the grilling rack or the griddle and adjust the temperature as required – . 3. RECOMMENDATION: Only use one burner if there is only a small amount of food to be grilled. Grilling with the lid closed reduces the grilling time and gas consumption. 4. After grilling, always set the gas regulating knob to the position. Then close the gas supply at the gas bottle. The bottle tap must be closed even on empty bottles. GRILLING WITH THE INFRARED BURNER 1. Preheat the barbecue with its LID OPEN for about 5 minutes at the setting. 2. Place the food to be grilled on the grilling rack. The infrared burner is suitable for flash-grilling. 3. CAUTION: Do not use the infrared burner with the lid closed, and do not place the griddle over the infrared burner. The results could be discolouration of the lid and deformation of the griddle. 4. After grilling, always set the gas regulating knob to the position. Then close the gas supply at the gas bottle. The bottle tap must be closed even on empty bottles. The right accessories make your OUTDOORCHEF even more enjoyable. Give free rein to your creativity and flair for experimentation. You can find all the accessory products for your barbecue at OUTDOORCHEF.COM AFTER GRILLING 1. Set the gas regulating knob of each burner to . 2. Close the gas supply at the gas bottle. 3. Allow the barbecue to cool down fully and clean it. 4. Protect the barbecue with the corresponding cover. DIRECT HEAT INDIRECT HEAT For direct grilling and cooking: Place the food to be grilled over the switched-on burners. For indirect grilling, cooking and baking: Place the food to be grilled in the middle, close the lid and only ignite the two outer burners.
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17 CLEANING Only very minor cleaning is required between uses of the barbecue, because most of the grease either evaporates or is gathered in the collecting tray. For cleaning the grilling rack and the griddle, use a barbecue brush with brass bristles (not steel bristles). For the remaining parts, and for more thorough cleaning, use the OUTDOORCHEF BARBECUE-CLEANER. Alternatively, you can use a nylon kit- chen sponge and soapy water in order to remove all loose residues. Remove the grilling rack and the griddle, and clean the cast-iron burners. There is no need to clean the infrared burner, because the grease vaporises immediately during grilling. At the end, you can pull out the collecting tray, empty it and clean it with the OUTDOORCHEF BARBECUE-CLEANER. IMPORTANT: If you use cleaning agent for cleaning, you must allow the barbecue to dry out correctly after cleaning. To accelerate the drying procedure, you can switch on the barbecue and let it operate for a few minutes at stage (insert graphic 3 flames) with the lid open USING THE OUTDOORCHEF BARBECUE-CLEANER IMPORTANT: The barbecue is not allowed to be operating while the OUTDOORCHEF BARBECUE-CLEANER is being used. Wear gloves to protect your hands and, if possible, glasses to shield your eyes. Thoroughly spray the barbecue or accessories while they are still slightly warm, and allow the product to work for 15–30 minutes. Spray dirty surfaces again, thoroughly rise with water and allow to dry. MAINTENANCE Regular maintenance of your barbecue will ensure it functions correctly. At least twice a year, check all parts that carry gas; also check them after long periods of storage. Spiders and other insects can cause blockages that must be cleared before use. If the barbecue is regularly pushed across uneven ground, check from time to time whether all screws are still tight. If you have not used the barbecue for a long period, you should carry out a CHECK FOR LEAKS before using it again. If you have any doubts, please contact your gas supplier or the retailer. To prevent damage due to corrosion, oil all metal parts before lengthy storage. Following lengthy storage, and at least once a year during the barbecue season, you should check the gas hose for cracks, kinks and other damage. A damaged gas hose must be renewed immediately, as described in the SAFETY NOTES chapter. To allow you to enjoy using your barbecue for as long as possible, protect it from the effects of the weather using a suitable OUTDOORCHEF cover once it has cooled down completely. Remove the cover after rain in order to prevent condensation build-up. Covers can be purchased from your barbecue retailer. TROUBLESHOOTING The burner does not light: • Check if the gas supply is open at the gas bottle. • Make sure there is enough gas in the bottle. • Check if sparks are passing between the electrode and the burner. No spark: • Make sure that the battery has been inserted correctly (in barbecues with electric ignition). • The distance between the burner and electrode is only allowed to be 5–8 mm. • Check whether the cables of the electric ignition and the electrode are plugged in and firmly connected. • Insert a new battery (type AA, LR02, 1.5 volts) in the electric ignition (in barbecues with electric ignition). Please contact the retailer if you cannot get the barbecue to operate with reference to the measures above.
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OUTDOORCHEF.COM TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF WARRANTY 1. Warranty In purchasing this OUTDOORCHEF product from an authorised retailer, you have obtained not only the product warranty but also a manufacturer‘s warranty from DKB Household Switzerland AG („DKB“) according to the present conditions, for a period of up to 3 years. The warranty exclusively covers the rectification of defects that are demonstrably attributable to faults in material and/or manufacture, subject to the designated use. 2. Procedure Check the product for defects and function immediately after receiving it. If, contrary to expectations, the purchased product has a defect then please comply with the following procedure (bring-in warranty): • Within 30 days of the defect being discovered, contact your retailer*, providing information about the product / product part, purchase receipt, serial number and article number** • Describe the situation with reference to the product / product part you are complaining about, or a photo • The free warranty shall come into force once the defect has been checked by the retailer or DKB (transport and shipping costs will only be paid to the first private buyer) 3. Scope of warranty DKB‘s manufacturer‘s warranty starts from the date of purchase, and applies to the first private buyer. The warranty can only be claimed subject to presentation of the original receipt. The warranty may be fulfilled at DKB‘s discretion by repair, exchange of defective parts, renewal of the product or price reduction, if the functions of the product are unaffected. There is no right of withdrawal from the purchase contract due to warranty cases. There is no right to receive a replacement product during the repair. Undertaking warranty services does not mean that the warranty period is extended or restarted. Exchanged parts become the property of DKB. The warranty period does start again if the product is renewed. The warranty periods are: • 3 years on the enamelled kettle (bottom part and lid) against corrosion perforation • 3 years on the enamelled grilling rack against corrosion perforation or burn-through • 3 years on all stainless steel parts against corrosion perforation or burn-through • 2 years on all remaining manufacturing/material defects • The warranty for damage to the enamelling only applies if reported within 30 days starting from the date of purchase. It only applies to new devices that have not been used before. 4. Exclusion There is no defect, i.e. no material or manufacturing fault within the meaning of these provisions, or no valid warranty claim, under the following circumstances: • Usual wear and tear during designated use. • Defects and/or damage due to wrong, incorrect use or use not in accordance with the designated use, as well as due to incorrect installation, assembly and attempted repairs by unauthorised persons. • Defects and/or damage due to failure to comply with the user guide or the operating/maintenance instructions (such as damage due to faulty assembly or incorrect cleaning of the enamelled surface of the funnel or grilling rack, failure to carry out the leak test, etc.). • Unevenness, colour differentiations in the enamelling as well as minor defects (such as points of contact on the bottom edge of the lid or at suspension points which are a feature of the production process). • Discolourations and damage to the product (e.g. the painted surface) due to the effects of weather (incl. hailstones), incorrect storage of the product (without weather protection) or incorrect use of chemicals. • Formation of rust and a rust film due to the effects of weather or incorrect use of chemicals. • Faults which do not noticeably impair the designated use or function of the product. • In general for wearing parts such as the grilling rack, funnel, burner, thermometer, ignition and battery, electrode, ignition cables, gas hose, gas pressure regulator, heating element, reflector, aluminium protection foil or charcoal grate • Defects and/or damage due to modifications, use for a non-designated purpose or deliberate damage. • Defects and/or damage due to incorrect maintenance and repair work. • Defects and/or damage due to failure to carry out routine maintenance. • Defects and/or damage which was caused during the original transport. • Defects and/or damage due to force majeure. • Defects and/or damage due to wear and tear in professional use (hotels, restaurants, events, etc.). DKB excludes any customer claims other than those expressly named in these warranty conditions, unless a mandatory legal obligation or liability applies. In particular, this applies with regard to claims for compensation in damages due to failure of fulfilment, refunding of losses incurred as the consequence of a defect, loss of profits and transport damage that is not notified to the retailer within 30 days of receipt of the product. OUTDOORCHEF products are subject to continuous further development. As a result, modifications to products may be introduced without prior notice. The registered brand OUTDOORCHEF is represented by the following enterprise: DKB Household Switzerland AG Eggbühlstrasse 28 Postfach 8052 Zürich – Switzerland www. dkbrands.com * A dealer directory can be found on our website at OUTDOORCHEF.COM ** The serial number and article number can be found on the data sticker on your barbecue (see THE GAS KETTLE BARBECUE for information)
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19 TECHNICAL INFORMATION CAIRNS 3 G / HAMILTON 3+ G CE 0063 Gas Propane/butane 30/31 Power 7.50 kW Gas consumption 546 g/h Nozzle (28–30/37 mbar) 0.78 mm / Marking: BD Nozzle (50 mbar) 0.85 mm / Marking: AD Gas pressure Butane 28 mbar Propane 37 mbar Recommended gas bottles Butane max. 13 kg Propane max. 10.5 kg Maximum permitted gas bottles Butane max. 7.5 kg on the barbecue frame Propane max. 7.5 kg CANBERRA 4 G / PERTH 4+ G CE 0063 Gas Propane/butane 30/31 Power 12.80 kW Gas consumption 932 g/h Nozzle (28–30/37 mbar) 0.86 mm / Marking: BE Nozzle (50 mbar) 0.74 mm / Marking: AE Gas pressure Butane 28 mbar Propane 37 mbar Recommended gas bottles Butane max. 13 kg Propane max. 10.5 kg Maximum permitted gas bottles Butane max. 7.5 kg on the barbecue frame Propane max. 7.5 kg AUCKLAND 4+ G CE 0063 Gas Propane/butane 30/31 Power 9.60 kW Gas consumption 699 g/h Nozzle (28–30/37 mbar) 0.86 mm / Marking: BE Nozzle (50 mbar) 0.74 mm / Marking: AE Gas pressure Butane 28 mbar Propane 37 mbar Recommended gas bottles Butane max. 13 kg Propane max. 10.5 kg Maximum permitted gas bottles Butane max. 7.5 kg on the barbecue frame Propane max. 7.5 kg SIDEBRÆNDER (HAMILTON 3+ G / PERTH 4+ G / AUCKLAND 4+ G) CE 0063 Gas Propane/butane 30/31 Power 3.80 kW Gas consumption 276 g/h Nozzle (28–30/37 mbar) 0.98 mm / Marking: BK Nozzle (50 mbar) 0.85 mm / Marking: AG Gas pressure Butane 28 mbar Propane 37 mbar INFRARED BURNER (AUCKLAND 4+G) CE 0063 Gas Propane/butane 30/31 Power 6.20 kW Gas consumption 451 g/h Nozzle (28–30/37 mbar) 1.16 mm / Marking: BP Nozzle (50 mbar) 1.00 mm / Marking: AP Gas pressure Butane 28 mbar Propane 37 mbar CATEGORIES I3B/P(30 mbar) DK, FI, NL, NO, SE, LU I3B/P(50 mbar) CH, AT, DE I3+ (28/30/37 mbar) BE, CH, ES, FR, GB, IT, PT Electric ignition A battery (type AAA, LR02, 1.5 volts) is required for operating the electric ignition. Note on the temperature display The thermometer display is subject to a +/-10 % fluctuation. Web page More information, tips and tricks, recipes and all kinds of useful information about OUTDOORCHEF products can be found at OUTDOORCHEF.COM User guide gas kettle barbecue 2014_Art. no. 19.120.10

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