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Outdoorchef City Gas manual

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User manual for the Outdoorchef City Gas in English. This PDF manual has 12 pages.

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City Gas Ambri Delta Milano Porto Ascona Leon Montreux Geneva Roma Munich Paris Deluxe Venezia BBQ www.outdoorchef.com TH E GAS KETTLE BARBECUE M A N U A L
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12 THE GAS KETTLE BARBECUE User Guide IMPORTANT: Please make a note of your gas barbecue’s serial number on the back page of this manual straight away. 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. Please keep the instruc- tion manual in a safe place. It contains important information about safety, use and maintenance. Please read these instructions carefully before using your OUTDOORCHEF Gas Kettle Barbecue. For Your Safety Every person using this barbecue must understand and exactly follow the ignition instructions. Do not allow children to operate the barbecue. The user is responsible for the correct assembly, handling and maintenance of the barbecue. Disregard can cause accidents. Keep flammable liquids, materials and spare gas ­ bottles away from the barbecue. Do not store or use the barbecue or a spare gas bottle indoors. Before starting up your Gas kettle barbecue, please read, understand and observe the following instruc- tions! The barbecue is for outdoor use only. Keep it at a safe distance of at least 1 meter from flammable objects (i.e. walls, projecting roofs, fences etc). Gas Bottles Gas bottles may have a maximum weight of 7.5 kg when placed on the base plate. Position the bottle on the designated spot, see assembly instructions. Please make sure that the gas regulator and all other connections are tightened. Conduct a “Leak Test” before starting up the barbecue and after every time you exchange the gas bottle. Gas bottles must not be exposed to temperatures higher than 50 °C, or stored in closed areas or in basements. Follow the safety instructions mentioned on the gas bottle. Safety Instructions Operate your gas barbecue following these “Lighting and Operating Instructions”. • The gas barbecue is for outdoor use only. • Never leave the barbecue unattended while in use. • Keep the barbecue a safe distance of at least 1 meter from flammable objects (i.e. walls, project­ ing roofs, fences etc). • WARNING: Some parts become very hot during use, keep the barbecue out of the reach of chil­ dren. • Keep flammable material at a safe distance away from the barbecue. • Do not move the barbecue when in use. • Do not push appliances which are fitted with cas- tors over uneven surfaces or ledges! • Wear protective gloves or a long sleeved barbe- cue safety mitt when operating the barbecue. • After use turn off the gas supply on the barbecue first and then turn off the gas cylinder. • When changing the gas cylinder, ensure that the gas supply is turned off both at the barbecue and at the gas cylinder and make sure there are no combustible materials nearby. • After every gas cylinder replacement, carry out the leak test to ensure that there are no leakages. • If you think there is a gas leak, turn off the bar- becue and gas cylinder immediately and have the fittings checked by your local gas distributor. • If the tube is damaged or worn out, replace the tube and regulator immediately. The tube must be kept straight at all times. Ensure that it does not bend or twist. Remember to turn off the gas sup- ply on the barbecue and the gas cylinder before removing the tube. • OUTDOORCHEF recommends that the gas tube and gas regulator be changed every two to three years. • Ensure that the air vents in the barbecue lid and base remain clear at all times. • Important: Ensure that the gas tube is routed away from the hot barbecue surfaces and that it is not bent or twisted. • Do not change or alter any of the barbecue com- ponents or settings. • Important: Ensure the correct regulator is used: 28 mbar butane (not supplied but available locally), 37 mbar fixed (not adjustable) propane (not sup- plied but available locally). • If the barbecue is not working at full capacity or if there is suspicion of a blocked gas supply, consult your local gas distributor. 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
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13 • Only use the barbecue on firm, safe, non-flamma- ble surfaces. • Avoid temperature shocks on appliances with granite surfaces. • Never store the barbecue near flammable liquids or flammable materials. • Not for use with natural gas. Use butane or pro- pane bottled gas only (7/6 kg cylinders). • The gas cylinder must be stored in an open, well ventilated area out of the reach of children. • Never store a gas cylinder (full or empty) indoors. Leak Test WARNING: Do not permit sources of ignition in the area while performing the leak test – this includes smoking! Never test for gas leaks with a lighted match or open flame! Always check for leaks outdoors. 1. Check that the control knob is turned to the “OFF position”. 2. Open the gas supply on the gas cylinder by turn­ ing the knob counter clockwise. 3. Check all gas connections by brushing a 50/50 solution of liquid soap and water onto all connec- tions. 4. Look for bubbles in the soap solution which indi- cate that there is a leak. IMPORTANT! The barbe- cue must not be used until leak is eliminated. Close the gas cylinder. The leak(s) must be stopped by tightening the connections, if possible, or by replacing the defective parts as recommended by the barbecue distributor. 5. Repeat steps 1 and 2. 6. Consult your local gas distributor if leaks persist. NOTE: Conduct a leak test each time the gas sup- ply is connected or replaced and every year when using your barbecue for the first time in the barbe- cue season. Explanation of the Symbols on the Control Console Funnel positions on control panel of the kettle only Funnel positions normal position volcano position to barbecue with lid OPEN/REMOVED to barbecue with lid CLOSED Heat Settings low heat LOW medium heat MEDIUM maximum heat HIGH Lighting Instructions for the Kettle Models with one ring burner The burner reaches its maximum capacity at and minimal capacity at . Models with two ring burners The large burner reaches its maximum capacity at and minimal capacity at . It is set up for use in the middle to high temperature range. The small ring burner is set up for cooking at low tem- peratures and can only be slightly regulated. The dif- ference between and is very small and not visible. It reaches a temperature of 100 to 120°C. Burner System Additional Grilling Surface The two burners are identical. The highest setting is and the lowest setting is . The round barbe- cue is designed for use in the middle to high tempera- ture range. Before the first use 1. Wash all parts that come in contact with food. 2. Conduct a leak test on all gas piping parts as des­ cribed under chapter “Leak Test”. 3. Light the Gas Kettle Barbecue and heat on for approximately 20 to 25 minutes. Lighting Instructions for the Ring Burners 1. Ensure that the gas regulator and all other con- nections are tightened. Proceed according to the instructions given under “Leak Test”. 2. Open/remove the lid. CAUTION: Never ignite the barbecue with the lid closed. 3. Open gas supply at gas cylinder. 4a. Models with single burner: Push the gas control knob and turn counter clockwise to posi- tion. Push the black ignition button and hold it until the gas ignites.
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14 4b. Double-burner models with a separate ignition but- ton: press the gas control knob on the small burner (left knob) and turn it anti-clockwise to the position . Press and hold the black ignition button until the burner sparks and the gas ignites. or Press the gas control knob on the large burner and turn it anti-clockwise to the position . Press and hold the black ignition button until the burner sparks and the gas ignites. 4c. Double-burner models without a separate ignition button: press the gas control knob on the large burner and turn it anti-clockwise to the position . Keep the black gas control knob pressed in until the burner sparks and the gas ignites. 5. If the gas does not ignite after three seconds, turn gas control knob to “OFF”, wait two minutes so that unburnt gas can evaporate, then repeat step 4. 6. If the barbecue does not ignite after 3 tries, refer to chapter “trouble shooting” to find the problem and solution. Lighting Instructions for the City Gas 1. Ensure that the gas regulator and all other connec- tions are tightened. Proceed according to the instructions given under “Leak Test”. 2. Open/remove the lid, or rather the side burner cover. CAUTION: Never ignite the barbecue or rather the side burner with the lid closed. 3. Open gas supply at gas cylinder. 4. Push and turn gas knob counter clockwise to position and press the ignition button several times. 5. If the unit fails to light, turn gas control knob to “OFF”, wait two minutes so that the unburnt gas can evaporate. Then repeat step 4. 6. If the cooling grid or rather the side burner does not ignite after 3 tries, refer to chapter “trouble shoot­ ing” to find the problem and its solution. 7. Do not close the side burner cover until the side burner has cooled completely. Lighting Instructions for the Additional Grilling Surface of the Venezia 1. Ensure that the gas regulator and all other connec- tions are tightened. Please refer to the instructions given under “Leak Test”. 2. Remove the granite cover on the additional grilling surface and set it on the side shelf in the holder pro- vided. IMPORTANT! Never ignite the barbecue when the granite cover is closed. Granite cover. 3. Open the gas supply at the gas cylinder. 4. Press the right or left gas control knob and turn it counter clockwise to . Press the ignition but- ton and hold it down until the gas ignites. 5. If the unit fails to light, turn gas control knob to “OFF”, wait two minutes so that the unburnt gas can evaporate. Then repeat step 4. 6. If the burners on the additional grilling surface do not ignite after 3 attempts, check the potential causes, as described in the “Trouble Shooting” section. 7. To start the second burner, follow step 4. 8. Put the granite cover on the additional grilling sur- face only after it has cooled completely. Cooking Instructions for the gas kettle barbecue 1. Select grilling, roasting, cooking or baking method by placing the funnel in the correct position and using the correct accessories. WARNING: When using the barbecue always wear heat-resistant oven mitts to change the position of the funnel. 2. Pre-heat for 10 to 15 minutes on with the lid closed. 3. Place food on the cooking grid, close the lid and leave until the food is ready. (refer to the barbecue time cart). 4. After grilling, first turn gas control knob to the “OFF” position on the barbecue, then turn off the gas cylinder last. Below we show the two different funnel positions (normal & volcano) and the use of some of the OUTDOORCHEF cooking accessories available. The preparation of food can be adapted to your individual tastes and needs. Grilling, Baking & Cooking on the barbecue large funnel: normal position cooking grid: standard position lid: closed For roasting joints of meat or whole chickens Pre-heat on for 10 minutes with the lid closed. There is no need to turn the food, as the funnel barbe- cue system cooks food quickly and all the way through by providing evenly distributed top and bottom heat. Just place food on the pre-heated cooking grid, close the lid quickly and let the funnel go to work. By keep- ing the lid closed, your food is being continuously cooked all around, and tastes better as more of the juices are sealed in. Always leave some air space around each piece being cooked. Roast for approxi- mately 5 to 10 minutes on , then reduce to and leave until done. See «Barbecue Time Chart», as times vary greatly depending on size, thickness and type of meat. To avoid any risk we recommend that you use the «Gourmet Check» core temperature sensor for larger pieces of meat. For items that cook quickly such as steaks, sausages etc.
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15 large funnel: normal position cooking grid: standard position lid: closed optional accessories: stone for pizza and bread Place the stone for pizza and bread in the middle of the cooking grid. Light the burner and turn the gas knob to the position. Heat the stone for 15 to 20 minutes with the lid closed before placing food to be baked on the pizza and bread stone. Bake accord­ ing to your recipe on , oder . With the baking plate (NOT suitable for City Grill) large funnel: normal position cooking grid: standard setting lid: closed optional accessories: baking plate Pre-heat the barbecue on the position with closed lid for 10 minutes. Put the cake on the barbecue and close the lid. Bake it according to the temperature indi- cated in the recipe on , oder . Cooking using wok with wok support (NOT suitable for City Grill) large funnel: volcano position cooking grid: remove, replace with the wok support and the wok lid: open/removed optional accessories: wok with wok support Place the wok support over the inverted funnel. Light the burner and turn the gas knob to . Place the wok in the support and heat with an open or removed lid for approximately 10 minutes before beginning to cook your Chinese or other Asian dish. using the universal pan large funnel: volcano position cooking grid: remove, replace with niversal pan lid: open/removed optional accessories: universal pan Place the universal pan on the inverted funnel. Light the burner and turn the gas knob to the posi- tion. Heat the universal pan approximately 10 minutes with an open or removed lid before beginning to cook. Cooking and Gratinating In the cast-iron pan (NOT suitable for City Grill) Pre-heat the barbecue on for 10 minutes with the lid closed. Open the lid, arrange the meat around the edges of the cooking grid and brown quickly all around on . Then place the meat in the centre of the cooking grid, close the lid, reduce to and leave to finish cooking. For best results when using short cooking times we recommend the OUTDOORCHEF cast-iron plate. On the cast-iron plate large funnel: volcano position cooking grid: remove, replace with the cast-iron plate lid: open/removed optional accessories: cast-iron plate Ideal for grilling foods with a short cooking time (steaks, sausages etc.) and for pancakes and fried eggs, as the heat is evenly distributed and the meat is immediately sealed to ensure that it remains juicy. Place the cast-iron plate on the volcano funnel. Light the burner, turn the gas control knob to and pre- heat the griddle plate for approximately 10 minutes with the lid open/removed before you start cooking. In the cast-iron pan (NOT suitable for City Grill) large funnel: volcano position cooking grid: remove and replace with the universal pan lid: open/removed optional accessories: cast-iron pan Put the cast-iron pan on the funnel. Light the burner and turn the gas control button to the position to pre-heat the barbecue with closed lid for about 10 minutes. Preparation instructions can be found in your personal cooking documentation. Baking On the pizza plate large funnel: normal position cooking grid: standard position lid: closed optional accessories: pizza plate Pre-heat the barbecue on for 10 to 15 minutes. Place the baking tray containing the pizza, bread or cakes on the cooking grid and close the lid. Cook on or as long as indicated in the recipe. With the stone for pizza and bread (NOT suitable for City Grill)
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16 large funnel: volcano position cooking grid: remove and replace with universal pan lid: open/removed optional accessories: cast-iron pan Put the cast-iron pan on the funnel. Light the burner and turn the gas control button to the position and heat the barbecue (with closed lid) for about 10 minutes. Preparation instructions can be found in your personal cooking documentation. Cooking and Simmering In the Gourmet Crescent (NOT suitable for City Grill) large funnel: normal position cooking grid: standard setting lid: closed optional accessories: Gourmet Cres­ cent Pre-heat the barbecue to the position with the lid closed for 10 minutes. Put the Gourmet Crescent onto the cooking grid. Preparation instructions can be found in your personal cooking documentation. Further information, tips and tricks can be found in the OUTDOORCHEF cook book. Grilling on the Additional Grilling Surface Pre-heat your barbecue at full power (“HI”) for about 10 minutes. Put the food on the cooking grid and adjust the temperature to your requirements accord- ingly (“LO” to “HI”). After Cooking 1. Switch the gas knob to the “OFF” position. 2. Close the gas supply on the gas bottle (turn clock- wise). 3. Leave the barbecue to cool down completely before cleaning it. 4. Put the barbecue cover on the barbecue. Cleaning Gas kettle barbecue Very little cleaning is required between uses as most of the fat either vaporizes or drains into the drip pan. If heavily soiled, heat the barbecue to high and let it burn for approximately 10 minutes. To clean the grid and funnel use a brass bristle barbecue brush (not a steel brush). For the remaining parts and a thorough cleaning, use the BBQ Cleaner from OUTDOORCHEF or a nylon sponge and soapy water to remove all loose deposits. IMPORTANT: After rinsing off the oven cleaner, dry the barbecue off completely by heating on . Additional Grilling Surface of the Venezia Since most of the grease either burns off or collects in the drip pan, the amount of cleaning required be­ tween grilling rounds is minimal. To clean the bar- becue, use a barbecue brush with brass bristles (not steel bristles). Remove the grilling surface and clean the cast-iron burners. Once you have finished cook- ing, you can remove and clean the drip pan with the OUTDOORCHEF BBQ Cleaner. Important! If you use an oven cleaner, make sure you leave the barbecue to dry completely after cleaning. To accelerate the drying process, you can turn the barbecue to the highest setting for several minutes. 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 min- utes. Spray soiled surfaces again, vigorously rinse with water, and then dry. Regular maintenance Regular care of your barbecue will help keep it oper- ating properly. Inspect the gas supply parts at least twice a year and always after long periods of storage. Inspect the burner tubes, as spider webs and other insect nests can cause blockage of the gas flow from the valve(s) to the burner(s). Remove all obstructions. Occasionally inspect and tighten all hardware as this may become loose if the barbecue is moved over rough or hard ground. After a period of non-use you should perform a leak test before using the barbecue again. If you are in any doubt, contact your local gas supplier or the agent responsible for selling the bar- becue. Before storing your barbecue for the winter, lightly grease all exposed metal parts to prevent cor- rosion. After winter storage and AT LEAST once more during the season, check the tube for cracking, chaf­ ing, kinking or other damage. A damaged tube MUST be replaced immediately as described in this manual. To preserve the appearance of your barbecue and to enjoy using it for as long as possible, we recommend
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17 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 dis- cretion 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 replaced, 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 cove- red 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 deemed 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-author- ised persons. • Defects and/or damage caused by non-compli- ance with the user guide or the operating/main- tenance 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 that once a year you treat all wooden parts with a wood oil – this will help to prevent distortion cracking. For an extension of the lifespan of your barbecue, we recommend covering the barbecue with an OUT- DOORCHEF barbecue cover after it has cooled off completely, to protect it from the elements. To avoid the accumulation of humidity, remove the barbecue cover after rain. Trouble Shooting Gas does not light • Check if the gas tank tap is open. • Make sure there is enough gas in the tank • Make sure that a spark is jumping from the elec- trode to the burner. No spark • Ensure that the battery is properly inserted (for barbecues with electric ignition). • The distance between the burner and the elec- trode should be between 5–8 mm. • Make sure the cables at the electronic ignition and the electrode are plugged in and fit tightly. • Insert a new battery in the electric ignition (type AAA (LR03) 1.5 Volt). Minus pole (–) inserted first. If you cannot start the barbecue after above men­ tioned trouble shouting, please contact your local dealer. 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 purchased has an unexpected defect, please follow the procedure below (bring-in warranty): • Please contact the dealer* from whom you purchased the product within 30 days of disco- vering 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,
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18 Technical Information Ascona, Montreux, Paris Deluxe, Roma, Venezia, Geneva CE 0063 Gas propane/butane 30/31 Heat input max – Small burner 1.20 KW – Large burner 8.50 KW Gas consumption 702 g/h 28–30/37 mbar Injector small burner 0.55 mm/marking: BF Injector large burner 1.47 mm/marking: BT 50 mbar Injector small burner 0.48 mm/marking: AF Injector large burner 1.27 mm/marking: AT Pressure Butane 28 mbar, Propane 37 mbar Recommended bottle size Butane max. 13 kg Propane max. 10.5 kg Leon CE 0063 Gas propane/butane 30/31 Heat input max 8.50 KW Gas consumption 612 g/h Injector 28–30/37 mbar 1.47 mm/marking: BT Injector 50 mbar 1.27 mm/marking: AT Pressure Butane 28 mbar, Propane 37 mbar Recommended bottle size Butane max. 13 kg Propane max. 10.5 kg Ambri, Delta, Milano, Munich, Porto CE 0063 Gas propane/butane 30/31 Heat input max 5.40 KW Gas consumption 389 g/h Injector 28–30/37 mbar 1.15 mm/marking: BN Injector 50 mbar 1.02 mm/marking: AN Pressure Butane 28 mbar, Propane 37 mbar Recommended bottle size Butane max. 13 kg Propane max. 10.5 kg City Gas CE 0063 Gas propane/butane 30/31 Heat input max 4.3 KW Gas consumption 315 g/h Injector 28–30/37 mbar 1.02 mm/marking: BL Injector 50 mbar 0.88 mm/marking: AH Pressure Butane 28 mbar, Propane 37 mbar Recommended bottle size Butane max. 13 kg Propane max. 10.5 kg Side burner CE 0063 Gas propane/butane 30/31 Heat input max 3.8 KW Gas consumption 276 g/h Injector 28–30/37 mbar 0.98 mm/marking: BK Injector 50 mbar 0.85 mm/marking: AG Pressure Butane 28 mbar, Propane 37 mbar Additional Grilling Surface CE 0063BT3928 Gas propane/butane 30/31 Heat input max 8.6 KW Gas consumption 630 g/h Injector 28–30/37 mbar 0.90 mm/marking: BM Injector 50 mbar 0.80 mm/marking: AM 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 cooking grid, funnel, burners, thermometer, igni- tion, electrodes, ignition cable, gas tube, gas pres- sure regulator, battery, heating element, reflector, aluminium protective foil and charcoal grid. • Defects and/or damage resulting from modifica- tions, using the product for purposes other than those intended or wilful damage. • 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 profit and transport damage not reported to the dealer within 30 days of the product being received. OUTDOORCHEF operates a policy of continuous product 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)
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19 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 Electronic ignition Use type AAA 1.5 Volt batteries for the electronic igni- tion. Information for temperature indicator: A tolerance of +/– 10% is possible. OUTDOORCHEF operates a policy of continuous product development and improvement. As such we reserve the right to alter product design and or speci- fication without prior notice. OUTDOORCHEF Barbecue Time Chart Preparation of larger pieces of meat, fish or poul- try (funnel in normal position with closed lid, acces- sories: cooking grid) IMPORTANT: cooking times can vary between 10 to 20 minutes depending on the type and thickness of meat as well as on outdoor ambient temperature. meat, also outdoor ambient temperature. Cooking time for approx. 1 kg/2.21 lb meat On lowest heat setting (approx. 200 to 220 °C/390F–425F) Roast pork 45–60 minutes Roast loin of pork 25–35 minutes Fillet of pork 15–25 minutes Roast veal 40–55 minutes Crown of veal 55–70 minutes Beef ribs 20–40 minutes Roast beef 30–40 minutes Fillet of beef 12–25 minutes Rack of lamb 25–35 minutes Leg of lamb 30–45 minutes Saddle of lamb 10–20 minutes Chicken 45–60 minutes Meat loaf 30–45 minutes Roast venison 30–40 minutes Saddle of venison (off the bone) 10–20 minutes Salmon 10–20 minutes Preparation on the enamelled cast-iron plate (large funnel in volcano position, lid open/­removed) Chops, burgers 8–12 minutes Medallions, steaks, chicken breast 5–10 minutes Sausages 8–10 minutes Tiger prawns 3–6 minutes Whole fish 7–12 minutes Fish fillets in foil 3–5 minutes Vegetables, fruit 5–10 minutes Mushrooms 3–5 minutes Preparation on the cooking grid (large funnel in normal position, lid closed) Potatoes in foil (medium sized)  30–40 minutes Corn on the cob in foil 20–30 minutes Tomatoes 8–10 minutes Soft vegetables 15–25 minutes Whole pineapple 25–35 minutes Potato gratin in a dish 25–40 minutes Cake 45–60 minutes Cheesecake or fruit cake 40–60 minutes Preparation in universal pan (large funnel in volcano position, lid closed or open/ removed) Risotto follow packaging instructions Polenta follow packaging instructions Mixed vegetables 15–20 minutes Soufflé (fruit, vegetables etc.) 15–30 minutes THIS USER GUIDE SHOULD BE KEPT AND STORED IN A PLACE THAT IS ACCESSIBLE AT ALL TIMES. Manual Gas Kettle Barbecue 2012_article number 19.110.26

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