Outdoorchef Monaco manual

User manual for the Outdoorchef Monaco in English. This PDF manual has 20 pages.

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Outdoor Chef International Ltd • Neuhaltenring 1 • CH-6030 Ebikon Phone +41 41 444 33 44 • Fax +41 41 440 84 88 info@outdoorchef.ch T H E G A S K E T T L E ! D E R K U G E LG R I L L M I T G A S ! L E B A R B E C U E S P H E R I Q U E A G A Z ! M A N U A L OUTDOOR CH E F BBQ Gas-Kettle Manual 2005 30.11.2004 17:54 Uhr Seite 1 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine
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Gas-Cookingsystem Original Outdoor Chef Accessories Item #: 18.211.23 Item #: 18.211.24/25 Item #: 18.211.22 Item #: 18.211.16 Item #: 14.112.18 Item #: 14.421.11 Item #: 18.810.11 Item #: 14.212.06 Item #: 18.221.06 Item #: 18.291.07 (480) Item #: 18.291.08 (570) Item #: 14.491.10 Item #: 18.211.20 (480) Item #: 18.211.21 (570) Item #: 18.211.15 Item #: 18.211.06 Item #: 14.410.11 Item #: 14.491.15 Gas-Kettle Manual 2005 30.11.2004 17:54 Uhr Seite 2 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine
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1 User Guide Lighting Instructions IMPORTANT: Please make a note of the serial number of your barbecue immediately on the back page of this manual. You will find the number on the underside of the control panel. Always quote the serial number when contacting your retail outlet in the event of any query or guarantee claim. Please read these instructions carefully before using your Outdoor Chef Gas Barbecue. Before using for the first time: 1.Wash all parts that will come into contact with food. 2.Light the barbecue and heat on for approx. 20 to 25 minutes. 1.Ensure that the gas regulator and all other connec- tions are well tightened. Please refer to the instructions given under «Leak Test». 2.Open gas supply at gas cylinder. 3.Remove lid. CAUTION: Never ignite the grill with the lid closed. 4. Models with single burner: Push the gas control knob and turn counter clockwise to position . Push the black ignition button and hold it until the gas inflames. Models with double burner: Push the small bur- ner’s gas control knob (left knob) and turn counter clockwise to position . Push the black igniti- on button and hold it until the gas inflames. Push the large burners’s gas control knob (right knob) and turn counter clockwise to position . Push the black ignition button and hold it until the gas inflames. 5.If the gas does not inflame after 3 seconds, turn gas control knob to «OFF», wait 2 minutes so that non-burned gas can evaporate. Then repeat stage 4. 6.If the grill does not start up after 3 trials, please see chapter «trouble shooting» to find the matter. Cooking Instructions As easy as: 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 gloves to alter the position of the funnel. 2. Pre-heat for 5 minutes on with the lid on. 3. Place food on the grill, replace the lid and leave until the food is ready. (Refer to the Barbecue Timechart). 4. Turn gas control knob to position «OFF» and close gas supply at cylinder. Below we show the different funnel positions and some of the accessories that you can use. The preparation of food has to be adapted to your taste and needs. Barbecuing & Roasting Big Funnel: normal position Grill: Standard position Lid: On • For roasting joints of meat or whole chicken Preheat on for 5 minutes with the lid on. There’s no need to turn the food, as the Funnel Barbecue System cooks food quickly and all the way through by providing evenly distributed top and bottom heat. Just place food on the prehea- ted grill, replace the Lid quickly and let the Funnel go to work. By leaving the lid on, your food is being continuously seared all over, and will taste better as more of the juices are sealed in. Always leave some air space around each item being coo- ked. Roast for approx. 5 to 10 minutes on , then reduce to and leave to finish cooking. See «Barbecue Timechart», as these 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. Preheat the barbecue on for 5 minutes with the lid closed. Open the lid, lay the meat aro- und the edges of the grill and brown quickly all over on . Then place the meat in the cent- re of the grill, close the lid, reduce to and leave to finish cooking. Or use our griddle. Maximum heat is signed as and low heat as . For Outdoor Chef Kettles with double burner this means: both burners on maximum heat. only the large burner on lowest heat! Legend Gas-Kettle Manual 2005 30.11.2004 17:54 Uhr Seite 4 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine
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2 Pizza, bread, cakes Big Funnel: normal position Grill: standard position Lid: closed Optional accessories: pizza tray. Preheat the barbecue on for 5 to 8 minu- tes. Lay the baking tray containing the pizza, bread or cakes on the grill and close the lid. Cook on or as stated in the recipe WOK Big Funnel: normal position Grill: standard position Lid: closed Optional accessories: pizza tray. NOTE: Place the wok support over the inverted funnel. Light the gas and then turn the gas con- trol knob to . Place the wok in the support and heat without the lid on before beginning to cook your Chinese or other far Eastern dish. Cooking on the griddle Big funnel: inverted position Grill: remove, replace with griddle Lid: remove Optional accessories: griddle 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 so meat is sealed all over immediately. NOTE: brush both sides of the griddle with coo- king oil. Lay the oiled griddle on the inverted funnel. Light the burner, turn the gas control knob to and preheat the griddle for around 10 minutes without a lid before you start cooking. Cooking with the universal pan Big Funnel: inverted position Grill: remove, replace with uni versal pan Lid: remove Optional accessories: universal pan Cook foods according to individual instructions. Cleaning 1. Check that the control knob is turned «OFF». 2. Turn the gas cylinder and check all gas connec- tions by brushing on a 50/50 solution of liquid soap and water onto gas delivery system. 3. Look for bubbles or blowing in the soap solution which indicate that a leak is present. IMPOR- TANT! The barbecue must not be used until leak(s) is corrected. Shut off the gas cylinder. 4. The leak(s) must be stopped by tightening the joints, if possible, or by replacing the faulty parts recommended by the barbecue distributor. 5. Repeat items 1 to 2. 6. Contact a corgi registered gas engineer if leaks persist. Barbecue System cooks food quickly and all the way through by providing evenly distributed top and bottom heat. Just place food on the prehea. NOTE: Conduct a leak test each time the gas supply is connected or replaced and every year when using your barbecue for the first time in the barbecue season. Leak Test Very little cleaning is required between uses as most of the fat is either vaporised or drained into the basting pan. With the cooking grill in position use a brass brist- le barbecue brush to clean the surface of the grill. Remove the grill and scrape any built up greasy deposits down the Funnel and into the drip pan for easy disposal. For more thorough cleaning use a nylon sponge and soapy water to remove all loose deposits from the grill and Funnel. You can also use an oven cleaner. IMPORTANT: After rinsing off the cleaner, dry the barbecue off completely on , as most oven cleaners have a rather strong smell. Regular maintenance Regular care of your barbecue will help keep it operating properly. Inspect the venturi tube at least twice per year and always after long period of storage: spiders and other insects can cause mixture obstruction with cobwebs etc. Remove all obstructions. Gas-Kettle Manual 2005 30.11.2004 17:54 Uhr Seite 5 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine
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3 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. If you are in any doubt contact your gas supplier or the agent responsible for selling the barbecue. Before storing your barbecue for the winter lightly grease all exposed metal parts to prevent corrosion. After winter storage and AT LEAST once more during the season check the hose for cracking, chafing, kinking or other dama- ge. A damage hose MUST be replaced immedia- tely as described in this manual. To preserve the appearance of your barbecue and be able to enjoy using it for as long as possible we recommend that you treat all wooden parts once a year with a wood oil – this will help to pre- vent them from distorting or rusting. To extend the life of your barbecue we recom- mend the additional protection of an Outdoor Chef cover. Limited Warranty Outdoor Chef guarantees against defects in parts and workmanship for a period of 24 months from the date of original purchase. It is a condition of this guarantee that your Outdoor Chef should only be serviced by a authorised gas engineer. No claim under this guarantee will be accepted unless the claim is presented with evidence of purchase. If Outdoor Chef accepts a claim under the terms of this guarantee then we will replace any defec- tive component free of charge. Outdoor Chef will not however under the terms of this guarantee pay for transportation to the dealer concerned and any incidental and consequential damages arising from any claim under this guarantee are hereby expressly excluded. Safety instructions Operate the Barbecue following the «Lighting and Operating Instructions». • The barbecue is for outdoor use only. • Never place the barbecue under a roof when in use. • WARNING: Some parts become very hot during use. When in use, keep children out of reach of the barbecue. • Keep flammable material at a safe distance away from the barbecue. • Do not move the barbecue when in use. • Wear protective gloves or a long sleeved barbe- cue safety MIT (available from your stockist) when operating the barbecue. • Turn off the gas supply after use on both the barbecue and the gas cylinder. • When changing the gas cylinder ensure that the gas supply is off on both the barbecue and the gas cylinder and that no combustible materials are 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 a Corgi registered gas engineer. • If the hose is damaged or perished replace it immediately. The hose must be kept straight at all times. Ensure that it does not bend or kink. Remember to switch off the gas supply on the Barbecue and gas cylinder before removing the hose. • Outdoor Chef recommends that the gas hose and gas regulator be changed every two to three years. • Ensure that the air ventilation in the barbecue lid and base remains clear at all times. • IMPORTANT: Ensure that the gas hose is routed away from the hot barbecue surfaces and that it is not kinked or twisted. • Do not change or alter any of the barbecue components or settings. • Important: Ensure the correct regulator is used: 28 mbar Butane (not supplied but available locally), 37 mbar fixed (not adjustable) Propane (not supplied but available locally). • Only use the barbecue on firm, safe, non-flammable surface. • Never store the barbecue near flammable liquids or materials. • Not for use with mains gas. Use Butane or Propane bottled gas only (7/6 kg cylinders). • The gas cylinder must be stored in an open, well ventilated situation out of the reach of children. • Never store a gas cylinder (full or empty) indoors. • To protect the barbecue from the elements, it should be covered with a genuine Outdoor Chef cover. • Always ensure that your barbecue has cooled down before covering it. • Gas does not enlighten 1. Check if the gas tank tap is opened. 2. Make sure there is enough gas in the tank. 3. Ascertain yourself that a spark is jumping from the electro- de to the burner. • No spark 1. Ensure that the battery is inserted properly. 2. The distance between the burner and the elec- trode should maximum be 5 – 8 mm. 3. Make sure the wire is plugged in the electric ignition and in the electrode and that they both are sitting tight. 4. Insert a new battery (typ AAA / 1.5 Volt) in the electric ignition. If you could not start the grill after above mentioned trouble shouting please contact your local dealer. Trouble shooting Gas-Kettle Manual 2005 30.11.2004 17:54 Uhr Seite 6 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine
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4 Barbecue Timechart Monaco 570 (Eclipse), Como 570 (Eclipse), Ascona 570 (Classic Kettle MX1), Roma 570(Classic KettleMX2), GEO570, Entertainer / Bengal 570: CE 0063 Gas LPG 30/31 Heat Input max Small burner 1.20 KW Large burner 8.50 KW Gas consumption 702 g/h 28-30/37mbar Injector small burner 0.55 mm/marking: BF Injector large burner 1.47 mm/marking: BT 50mbar Injector small burner 0.48 mm/marking: AF Injector large burner 1.27 mm/marking: AT Pressure Butane 28 mbar, Propane 37 mbar Recommendedbottlesize Butanemax.13kg/Propanemax.10.5kg Leon 570( Barb Easy): CE 0063 Gas LPG 30/31 Heat Input max 8.50 KW Gas consumption 612 g/h Injector 28-30/37mbar 1.47 mm/marking: BT Injector 50 mbar 1.27 mm/marking: AT Pressure Butane 28 mbar, Propane 37 mbar Recommended bottle size Butanemax.13kg/Propanemax.10.5kg Ambri 480 (Classic KettleMX1), Milano 480 (Eclipse), Porto 480 (Barb Easy): CE 0063 Gas LPG 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 Recommendedbottlesize Butanemax.13kg/Propanemax.10.5kg Categories: I3B/P-30mbar:CH,DK,FI,NL,NO,SE I3B/P-50mbar:CH,AT,DE I3+-28/37mbar:BE,ES,FR,GB,GR,IE,IT, LUPT hosetype: PVCDIN-DVGW,6bar,90c European Outdoor Chef operates a policy of continuous product development and improve- ment. As such we reserve the right to alter pro- duct design and or specification without giving any prior notice. Technical information Cooking time for ca. 1 kg meat uncut On lowest heat setting (ca. 200°C to 220°C) Roast breast of 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 entrecôte 20-40 minutes Chine of beef 30-40 minutes Fillet of beef 12-25 minutes Rack of lamb 25-35 minutes Gigot of lamb 30-45 minutes Saddle of lamb 10-20 minutes Chicken 45-60 minutes Meat loaf 30-45 minutes Venison entrecôte 30-40 minutes Saddle of venison (off the bone) 10-20 minutes Salmon 10-20 minutes To cook on the enamelled griddle (Funnel inverted, lid 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 To cook on the grill (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 To cook in the universal pan (Funnel inverted, lid on or off) Risotto follow pack instructions Polenta follow pack instructions Mixed vegetables 15-20 minutes Soufflé (fruit, vegetable etc.) 15-30 minutes Preparation of larger pieces of meat, fish or poultry (Funnel in normal position, lid closed. Accessories: grill) IMPORTANT: cooking times can vary by 10 to 20 minutes depending on the type and thickness of the meat. Electronic ignition Use Typ AAA / 1.5 Volt Batteries for the electronic ignition. Information for temperature indicator: A tolerance of +/- 10% is possible. Gas-Kettle Manual 2005 30.11.2004 17:54 Uhr Seite 7 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine
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Sales Switzerland Outdoor Chef Schweiz AG Neuhaltenring 1 CH-6030 Ebikon Tel. +41 41 444 33 40 Fax +41 41 440 79 78 E-mail: info@outdoorchef.ch www.outdoorchef.ch Sales Germany Outdoor Chef Deutschland GmbH Güterstrasse 13 DE-79618 Rheinfelden Tel. +49 7623/7419011 Fax +49 7623/7419010 E-Mail: outdoorchef.deutschland@t-online.de www.outdoorchef.de Sales Austria OUTDOORCHEF Austria GmbH A-1030 Wien Tel. +43 664/143 06 75 Fax +43 3178/35 75 E-Mail: info@outdoorchef.at www.outdoorchef.at Sales England/Ireland Outdoor Chef UK Ltd Unit 14 Calne Business Centre Harris Road Porte Marsh Ind. Est. Calne.Wiltshire GB-SN11 9PT Tel. +44 01249 814111 Fax +44 01249 812444 E-Mail: sales@outdoorchef.net www.outdoorchef.co.uk Sales France AMCA-NOVAL 92/98 Avenue Victor Hugo FR-92110 Clinchy Tel. +33 1 496 80 808 Fax +33 1 496 80 800 E-Mail: amca@amca.fr www.amca-noval.fr Sales Italy Outdoor Chef International Ltd. Neuhaltenring 1 CH-6030 Ebikon Tel. +41 41 444 33 44 Fax +41 41 440 84 88 E-Mail: info@outdoorchef.ch www.outdoorchef.ch Sales Spain Outdoor Chef International Ltd. Neuhaltenring 1 CH-6030 Ebikon Tel. +41 41 444 33 44 Fax +41 41 440 84 88 E-Mail: info@outdoorchef.ch www.outdoorchef.ch Sales Benelux Outdoor Chef Benelux B.V. De Kreek 6 NL-4906 BB Oosterhout Tel. +31 162 490959 Fax +31 162 490269 E-Mail: info@outdoorchef.nl www.outdoorchef.nl Sales Sweden Outdoor Chef International Ltd. Neuhaltenring 1 CH-6030 Ebikon Tel. +41 41 444 33 44 Fax +41 41 440 84 88 E-Mail: info@outdoorchef.ch www.outdoorchef.ch Sales Denmark Outdoor Chef International Ltd. Neuhaltenring 1 CH-6030 Ebikon Tel. +41 41 444 33 44 Fax +41 41 440 84 88 E-Mail: info@outdoorchef.ch www.outdoorchef.ch Sales Norway Primus AS / Johan Scharffenbersvej 91 Postboks 58 Alnabru NO-0614 Oslo Tel. +47 23 38 43 20 Fax +47 23 38 43 40 E-Mail: post@primus.no www.primus.no Sales Finland oy Harry Marcell ab Rälssitie 6 FI-1510 Vantaa Tel. ++358 9 870 878 51 Fax ++358 9 870 878 03 E-Mail: lea.vanhala@harrymarcell.fi www.harrymarcell.fi Sales USA/Canada Proact 2000 Sales Inc. Unit #4 – 100 Sarah Lane Oakville, Ontario CA-L6L 5L3 Tel. +1 905 469 1907 Fax +1 905 469 1908 E-Mail: info@outdoorchef.ca www.outdoorchef.ca Sales New Zealand Alan Brown Energy Resources Ltd. 17 Sunshine Avenue PO Box 10095 Te Rapa NZ-Hamilton Tel. +64 7 849 75 85 Fax +64 7 849 17 49 E-Mail: sales@aber.co.nz www.aber.co.nz Sales Australia Sitro Group Australia Pty. Ltd 26 Lionel Road, Mt Waverley AU-Victoria 3149 Tel. +61 3 95 43 95 33 Fax +61 3 95 43 98 39 E-Mail: sales@sitro.com.au www.sitro.com.au Serial number ART.No: 19.110.01 (MANUNAL-GAS-KETTLE) OUTDOOR-CHEF/30.11.04 Gas-Kettle Manual 2005 30.11.2004 17:54 Uhr Seite 1 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine

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