City Charcoal 420

Outdoorchef City Charcoal 420 manual

City Charcoal 420

User manual for the Outdoorchef City Charcoal 420 in English. This PDF manual has 9 pages.

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City Charcoal 420 Easy Charcoal 480 Rover 480 Easy Charcoal 570 Rover 570 Classic Charcoal 570MX www.outdoorchef.com T H E C H A R C O A L K E T T L E B A R B E C U E M A N U A L BBQ Manual_Charcoal_2013_Layout 1 04.09.12 07:19 Seite UG1
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10 THE CHARCOAL KETTLE BARBECUE User Guide IMPORTANT: Please write the serial num- ber of your barbecue immediately on the back page of this manual. Depending on the model the serial number can be found on the data sticker which is either on the frame or on the base plate. The serial number is important to ensure queries, spare parts orders and warranty claims can be dealt with easily. Keep the user guide in a safe place. It contains impor- tant information about safety, operation and mainte- nance of your Charcoal Kettle Barbecue. Attention: The Charcoal Kettle Barbecue from OUTDOOR- CHEF must not be used as a fireplace! Advantages of OUTDOORCHEF Charcoal Kettle Barbecues • The OUTDOORCHEF Charcoal Barbecue is an innovation in charcoal barbecuing. • Unlike standard kettle barbecues, it is equipped with the patented Funnel System® and with an integrated drip pan. This advancement in grilling technology guarantees top quality grilling without unpleasant and harmful flare-ups. • Cooking grid and funnel are connected so both parts can easily be rotated as a unit. • Without having to change any parts on the barbe- cue, this allows you to cook directly or indirectly. • The hinged cooking grid and the opening in the funnel make the refilling process of charcoal bri- quettes easy and safe! • An additional ring on the grid avoids charcoal bri- quettes from falling into the bowl. • The position of the lower vents is indicated by a note on the ash holes. • Convection heat can be produced by closing the lid. • To prevent the meat from drying out, water can be filled into the drip pan. This evaporates during the cooking process. Delicious flavours can be created by adding wine, fruit juices or woodchips such as apple, hickory or mesquite. Safety instructions Non-observance of these safety instructions and pre- cautions can lead to serious injury. Therefore please read the following instructions before using your bar- becue. • Never use this barbecue indoors. • Never leave the barbecue unattended while in use. • Before using the barbecue, position it out of the wind as much as possible. • Only use commercial barbecue firelighters and fol- low the instructions on the packaging. • CAUTION ! Do not use fluids such as petrol or simi- lar highly flammable spirits to light or re-light the barbecue! Only use firelighters according to EN1860-3 standard. • Do not add lighter fluids or charcoal briquettes, impregnated with barbecue lighter fluid to hot or warm charcoal briquettes. • Keep a secure distance of 1.5 meters from combus- tible materials. • CAUTION ! Always keep children and pets away from the barbecue. • CAUTION ! This barbecue gets very hot. Do not move it when in use. • Do not push appliances which are fitted with cas- tors over uneven surfaces or ledges! • Do not remove ashes until all charcoal briquettes are completely burned out and fully extinguished. • Always wear heat resistant oven mitts when grilling or adjusting the vent holes. • Do not wear clothing with loose flowing sleeves while lighting or using the barbecue. Preparations before Use • Place the barbecue on level and safe ground at all times. • Before lighting the charcoal briquettes ensure that the ash catcher is properly in place and all vent holes are open. The position of the lower vents is indicated by a note on the ash holes. • To light the charcoal briquettes we recommend that you use chimney charcoal lighter and standard fire- lighters with paper rather than barbecue lighter fluid. • For a cooking time of around 1.5 hrs you need around 1 kg of normal charcoal or around 0.5–1 kg of charcoal briquettes. Typ: PIN 0063 BP 3505 DKB Household Switzerland AG Eggbühlstrasse 28 8052 Zürich 00632013 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.: Side burner: Qn=3.80kW(276g/h) Kettle: large burner Qn=8.50kW(612g/h) small burner Qn=1.20kW(90g/h) Total rate ∑Qn=9.70kW(702g/h) X00X00--/00/00/00000 Manual_Charcoal_2013_Layout 1 04.09.12 07:19 Seite 8
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11 • OUTDOORCHEF recommends using quality char- coal briquettes rather then normal charcoal and to store them in a dry place. Lighting Barbecues with a Booster Grid for Firelighters 1. Remove the inner parts from the barbecue (char- coal grid, cooking grid, drip pan and funnel) before lighting the charcoal briquettes. 2. Place the firelighters on the booster grid and light them. Never use fluids such as petrol or similar highly flammable spirits to light or re-light the bar- becue! Do not add lighter fluids or charcoal bri- quettes impregnated with barbecue lighter fluid to hot or warm charcoal briquettes. 3. Insert the charcoal grid and distribute the charcoal briquettes over it. Never put them directly on the bottom or sides of the bowl to avoid harming the porcelain finish! 4. Wait approximately 30–45 minutes until the char- coal briquettes are covered with a light coating of grey ashes. Lighting Barbecues without a Booster Grid for Firelighters 1. Remove the following inner parts from the barbe- cue (cooking grid, funnel, drip pan) before lighting, so that sufficient air is available and thus optimal burning power is ensured. 2. Place the firelighters directly on the charcoal grid and light them. Never use fluids such as petrol or similar highly flammable spirits to light or re-light the barbecue! Do not add lighter fluids or charcoal briquettes impregnated with barbecue lighter fluid to hot or warm charcoal briquettes. 3. Cover the firelighters evenly with charcoal bri- quettes. Never put them directly on the bottom or sides of the bowl. 4. Allow the charcoal briquettes to burn for about 30–45 minutes with the cover off until they are covered with a light coating of grey ashes. At this point you can start grilling. Grilling 1. Now distribute the hot charcoal briquettes on the charcoal grid so that only ½ the charcoal grid is covered and the drip pan can be placed in the cen- tre. The other half of the charcoal grid should stay uncovered: a) reach optimum air flow and maximum heat. b) switch from direct to indirect cooking by rotating the cooking grid. Indirect: Cook over the closed funnel part; not directly over glow so fatty meat is protected from flare ups. is protected from flare-ups. For example duck, chicken, marinated meat or for slow cooking. Direct: Cook directly over the open funnel and the charcoal: Preferable for less fatty meat which crea- tes less flare-ups when sautéing or fast cooking. 2. Place the drip pan in the centre of the charcoal grid and fill with the desired liquid. 3. Now insert the funnel and the cooking grid. Ensure the opening in the grid is aligned with the opening in the funnel and the two brackets under- neath the cooking grid are aligned with the two corresponding holes in the funnel! 4. Rotate the opening of the funnel over the burning charcoals to allow a better air flow in the barbe- cue. 5. Now you are ready to cook! Keep an eye on the temperature development in the barbecue before adding more charcoal briquettes. Take care that the temperature does not exceed 300°C/626°F. Overheating can deform barbecue parts! 6. To refill charcoal briquettes during cooking rotate the grid so that the opening of the funnel is over the place you want to add the charcoal briquettes. Wait approximately. 5–10 minutes until the refilled charcoal is burning completely before closing the lid. Useful Instructions and Tips • Do not place the hot lid on the lawn. Use the inte- grated lid hook located on the inner edge of the 480 bowl or the lid holder/hinge on 570 bowls. • Ensure that there is always some liquid in the drip pan. • The position of the lower vents is indicated by a note on the ash holes. • The heat can be easily regulated by opening or closing the lower bowl vent holes. Closing the holes reduces the air and heat. Opening the holes in- creases air and heat. The air vent on the lid must remain open during use! • OUTDOORCHEF recommends keeping the lid closed during the cooking process. This produces convection heat and reduces the cooking times up to a third. • When turning meat during cooking never pierce it with skewers or forks as this will result in a loss of meat juices and will dry the meat out! Maintenance • If you wish to extinguish the charcoal briquettes, place the lid on the bowl and close all air vents. Do not use water. • Always remove ashes before grilling again. • Clean the various grids with a brass/copper brush or barbecue cleaner suitable for porcelain surfaces. The drip pan may be cleaned with soap and water or use the BBQ Cleaner from OUTDOORCHEF. Manual_Charcoal_2013_Layout 1 04.09.12 07:19 Seite 9
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12 NEVER use steel brushes, aggressive detergents or sharp objects! • To preserve the appearance of your barbecue and to enjoy using it for as long as possible we recom- mend that you treat all wooden parts with a wood oil once a year – this will help to prevent them from distorting and splitting. • To extend the life of your barbecue we recommend the additional protection with an OUTDOORCHEF cover. OUTDOORCHEF BBQ Cleaner-Use: For the sake of your hands, wear gloves and even glasses. Spray the barbecue or the accessories thor- oughly while still warm. Leave to set for 15–30 minu- tes. Spray soiled surfaces again, vigorously rinse with water, and then dry. Warranty 1. Warranty On purchasing this OUTDOORCHEF product from an authorised dealer, you have not only acquired the pro- duct but also a manufacturer warranty of up to three years from DKB Household Switzerland AG (‘DKB’) subject to the following conditions. This warranty shall solely apply to the rectification of defects that arise during proper use and are demons- trably attributable to material and/or manufacturing defects. 2. Procedure On receipt of the product, immediately check that it is fully functional and for any defects. If the product pur- chased has an unexpected defect, please follow the procedure below (bring-in warranty): • Please contact the dealer* from whom you purcha- sed the product within 30 days of discovering the defect with the product/component, receipt, serial number and product number** • Explain the situation by presenting the defective product/component or a photograph • Once the dealer or DKB has inspected the defect, the free warranty shall enter into force pursuant to number 3 (subject to the reservation that the trans- port and dispatch costs shall be borne by the pri- vate original purchaser). 3. Scope of the warranty The DKB manufacturer warranty is valid from the date of purchase for the private original purchaser. War- ranty claims may only be made upon presentation of the original sales receipt. The warranty services shall be provided at DKB’s discretion by means of maintenance, the replacement of defective parts, the replacement of the product or, if the operation of the appliance is not impaired, through a price reduction. There shall be no entitle- ment to rescind from the sales agreement due to war- ranty claims. There shall be no entitlement to a repla- cement product during repairs. The provision of warranty services shall neither extend nor re-start the warranty period. Replaced parts shall become the property of DKB. If the product is repla- ced, the warranty period shall re-start. The warranty periods are: • 3 years on the enamelled kettle (base and lid) against corrosion • 3 years on the enamelled cooking grid against cor- rosion or burning through • 3 years on all stainless steel parts against corrosion or burning through • 2 years on all other manufacturing/material defects • Any claim for damage to the enamel finish must be submitted within 30 days of purchase to be covered by the warranty. The warranty is only valid for new appliances which have not yet been used. 4. Exclusions No defect, meaning no material or manufacturing defect as defined by these conditions, shall be dee- med to exist and no warranty claims shall be validated under the following circumstances: • Normal wear and tear arising from the intended use. • Defects and/or damage caused by the incorrect, improper or unintended use or improper installa- tion, assembly and repair attempts by non-authori- sed persons. • Defects and/or damage caused by non-compli- ance with the user guide or the operating/mainten- ance instructions (e.g. damage caused by the improper assembly or cleaning of the enamelled surfaces of the funnel or cooking grid, non-con- ductance of the leak test etc.). • Unevenness, colour variations in the enamelling and minor imperfections (e.g. production-related support points on the lower edge of the lid or sus- pension points). • Discolouration and damage to the product (e.g. finish colour) as a result of the weather (incl. hail), the improper (non-weather-protected) storage of the product or the improper use of chemicals. • The formation of corrosion and rust as a result of the weather or the improper use of chemicals. • Defects that do not notably impair the intended use or the benefits of the product. • In general for wear-and-tear parts such as the coo- king grid, funnel, burners, thermometer, ignition, electrodes, ignition cable, gas tube, gas pressure regulator, battery, heating element, reflector, alu- minium protective foil and charcoal grid. • Defects and/or damage resulting from modificati- ons, using the product for purposes other than those intended or wilful damage. Manual_Charcoal_2013_Layout 1 04.09.12 07:19 Seite 10
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13 • Defects and/or damage resulting from improper maintenance or repairs. • Defects and/or damage resulting from the non- conductance of routine maintenance. • Defects and/or damage that occurred in the origi- nal transit. • Defects and/or damage resulting from force majeure. • Defects and/or damage resulting from wear and tear during professional use (in hotels or restau- rants, at events etc.). DKB excludes all customer claims not expressly listed in these warranty conditions provided it is not subject to a mandatory legal obligation or liability. This shall also, and in particular, apply to claims for compensa- tion due to non-fulfilment, the reimbursement of con- sequential damages arising from the defect, lost pro- fit and transport damage not reported to the dealer within 30 days of the product being received. OUTDOORCHEF operates a policy of continuous pro- duct development and improvement. As such we reserve the right to alter the products without prior notice. The registered trademark OUTDOORCHEF is repre- sented by the following company: DKB Household Switzerland AG Eggbühlstrasse 28 Postfach 8052 Zürich – Switzerland www.dkbrands.com * A list of dealers can be found on our website at www.outdoorchef.com. ** The serial number and product number can be found on your barbecue’s data sticker (see the product user manual) Information for temperature indicator: A tolerance of +/– 10 % is possible. THE USER GUIDE SHOULD BE KEPT AND STORED IN A PLACE THAT IS ACCESSIBLE AT ALL TIMES. Manual Charcoal Kettle Barbecue 2013_article num- ber 19.100.18 Manual_Charcoal_2013_Layout 1 04.09.12 07:19 Seite 11
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Serial number (ART.No:19.100.18) CHARCOAL-MANUAL/8.2012 DKB Household Switzerland AG Eggbühlstrasse 28 CH-8052 Zürich E-Mail: info@outdoorchef.ch Internet: www.outdoorchef.ch Distribution: Manual_Charcoal_2013_Layout 1 04.09.12 07:19 Seite 62

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  • Brand: Outdoorchef
  • Product: Barbecues
  • Model/name: City Charcoal 420
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  • Available languages: Dutch, English