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t "Gas barbecue" Assembly and operating manual

ta t "Gas barbecue" Assembly and operating manual Please read these before every use. Failure to

Please read these before every use.

Failure to observe these instructions can affect or damage the device and other objects and lead to personal injury.

We therefore recommend that you read the relevant chapter of these instructions prior to assembly and be- fore each use. Follow the steps in the order they are specified and please observe the safety warnings.

These instructions form part of the product. They should therefore always be stored with the product and passed on to each subsequent user.

The barbecue is for open-air use only!

Table of contents

Specifications

3

Delivery specifications 4 Overview

4

Operational elements 4 Function

5

Use

6

Intended use

6

Improper use

6

Warranty and disclaimer

6

Safety instructions

7

Definition of terms used

7

Residual risks

8

Danger "Hot surfaces and parts"

8

Danger„Gas is highly flammable“

9

Danger "Gas displaces oxygen"

10

Assembly

11

Before starting

11

Assembly procedure

12

Connecting and disconnecting the gas cylinder

16

Connecting the gas cylinder

17

Disconnecting the gas cylinder

18

Operation

19

Starting up the barbecue

19

Igniting main burner 1, 2, 3 and 4

20

Igniting the side burner

21

Using the rotisserie

23

Cleaning

25

Barbecue 25 Gas system

25

Maintenance

26

Barbecue

26

Gas system

26

Environmental information and disposal measures

26

Troubleshooting

27

Declaration of conformity

29

List of spare parts

30

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Specifications

Approvals

Danish Institute of Fire and Security Technology

Test number

Test number
Danish Institute of Fire and Security Technology Test number - 0845

- 0845

Barbecue

Appliance category

I3+ according to DIN EN 498

Total weight

approx. 57 kg

 

Dimensions (L x H x W)

approx. 1346 x 1143 x 600mm

Grilling surface (L x W)

approx. 711x508mm

 

Gas system

Heat output

approx. 22.8 kW

 

Flow rate (mass flow rate)

 

Main burner

3 x 277 g/h

Lower infrared burner

1x 277 g/h

Side burner

1x 277 g/h

Rear infrared burner

1x 277 g/h

Gas type

Liquid gas (propane/butane or a mixture thereof)

Gas cylinder

Standard gas cylinder with a fill weight of 3, 5 or 11 kg

Pressure regulator

Type

Preset and

Preset and

-approved pressure regulator

Flow rate

max. 1.5 kg/h

Operating pressure

28-30 mbar butane / 37 mbar propane

Gas hose

-approved hose (max 1.5 m)

-approved hose (max 1.5 m)

Ignition

Electronic ignition

 

Flame regulation

infinitely adjustable 0 - max.

Electric motor (rotisserie drive)

Connection

230 V AC , 50 Hz

Protection type

IP

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Delivery specifications

Pos. *

Qty.

Designation

Pos. *

Qty.

Designation

1

1

Grill cart (pre-assembled)

14

1

Warming rack

2

1

Side table

15

 

1 Grease collection tray

4

1

Side burner table

16

 

1 Rotisserie

6

1

Side burner support

   

1 Bag of small parts with

7

1

Flame regulator knob for side burner

   

1 Self-tapping screws

11

3

Flame guard

   

1 Battery type AA

13

3

Cooking grill

     

* Position numbers in the descriptions of the assembly steps

Overview

a Grill hood, tiltable a b Side burner h c Cart b d Front panel
a Grill hood, tiltable
a
b Side burner
h
c Cart
b
d Front panel with controls
g
e Side table
f
f Cooking grill
g Rotisserie
e
h
Warming rack
c
d

Controls

 

Pos.

Designation

Function

 

Flame regulator for:

Gas supply to the respective burner…

A1

Main burner 1, 2, 3

• Open (flame on)

A2

Main burner 4 (infrared)

• regulate (flame size = heat supply)

A3

Side burner (infrared)

• close (flame off)

A4

Rotisserie burner (infrared)

B

Ignition (electric)

When the flame regulator is open, the gas ignites on the burner (for all burners)

C

Electric motor

Drive unit for rotisserie with on/off button and power cord

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Pos.

Designation

Function

G0

Gas cylinder

Fuel container

G1

Cylinder valve

Separating protective device

• To open the gas cylinder: turn anti-clockwise (left)

• To close the gas cylinder: turn clockwise (right)

G2

Cylinder valve thread

Gas cylinder - pressure regulator connection

G3

Coupling nut pressure regulator

• Connecting the gas cylinder: turn anti-clockwise

• Disconnecting the gas cylinder: turn clockwise

G4

Pressure regulator

Reduce gas pressure

G5

Connecting thread pressure regulator

Pressure regulator - gas hose connection

G6

Coupling nut

Pressure regulator - gas hose connection

G7

Gas hose

Feeds gas to the burners

C A1 A1 A1 A2 A3 A4 B
C
A1
A1
A1
A2
A3
A4
B
G1 G2 G4 G3 G5 G6 G7 G0
G1
G2
G4
G3
G5 G6
G7
G0

Function

When the cylinder valve (G1) and flame regulator (A) are open gas flows through the gas hose (G7) and into the correspond- ing burner. A battery-operated igniter generates sparks on the burners which ignite the gas. The heat can then be controlled by using the flame regulators (A). If the gas supply is closed via a flame regulator (A), the flame is extinguished.

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Utilisation

Intended use

The barbecue is a gas barbecue that is intended for outdoor use on flat and even surfaces. Intended use means only using the barbecue to prepare barbecue food, while observing and complying with all of the instructions in this manual.

The barbecue is intended exclusively for private use and may only be operated with gas system components that are certi- fied for use in the regulating country and specified in the technical data (gas type, gas cylinder, pressure reducer, gas hose).

Improper use

Any other use or application extending beyond the intended purpose is not permitted. This applies in particular to the fol- lowing:

• Do not use the barbecue in closed rooms

• Do not use the barbecue on mobile surfaces (e.g. on trailers, boats, etc.)

• Do not use the barbecue in commercial or industrial areas (e.g. fairs)

• Do not operate barbecue with coal or fuel other than liquid gas (propane/butane)

• Do not operate barbecue as a heater

• Do not use the barbecue to heat materials and substances other than food

Warranty and disclaimer

The barbecue has been manufactured according to the general engineering rules - valid at the time manufacturing was

started - and the requirements of the

Technology" (test number - 0845). The barbecue left the factory in a technically sound and safe condition.

This barbecue is subject to our warranty for a period of two years from the date of purchase. This warranty covers manufac- turing defects and faulty parts as well as the replacement of these parts. The cost of freight, assembly, replacement of worn parts, and other such costs are not covered by this warranty.

- sign. It is certified and approved by the "Danish Institute of Fire and Security

approved by the "Danish Institute of Fire and Security The warranty shall expire and any responsibility
approved by the "Danish Institute of Fire and Security The warranty shall expire and any responsibility

The warranty shall expire and any responsibility shall pass over to the executor:

• if the barbecue is not used properly.

• if the barbecue is used despite visible damage or if it is not completely assembled.

• if any technical alterations have been made to the barbecue.

• if accessories are used that are not expressly authorised for this barbecue (if in doubt please contact our customer service department).

• if original spare parts from LANDMANN GmbH & Co. Handels-KG are not used.

Any alterations made to the barbecue can be dangerous!

Any alterations made to the barbecue can be dangerous!

Therefore do not repair the barbecue yourself, unless the steps to do so are set out in these instructions. Please leave any other measures to a trained specialist.

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Safety precautions

Definition of terms used

The following pictograms and signal words are used in these instructions to point out hazards and important information.

Safety precautions

Pictogram and signal word

Note on

DANGER a direct hazard that can result in severe personal injury or damage to prop-

DANGER

a direct hazard that can result in severe personal injury or damage to prop- erty if the specified measures are not observed.

WARNING a possible hazard that can result in severe personal injury or damage to prop-

WARNING

a possible hazard that can result in severe personal injury or damage to prop- erty if the specified measures are not observed.

CAUTION a possible danger that can result in damage to property if the specified meas-

CAUTION

a possible danger that can result in damage to property if the specified meas- ures are not observed.

Operating notes

Pictogram

Pictogram Note on a useful function or tip.

Note on

a useful function or tip.

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Residual risks

Residual risks 8 LANDMANN Danger "Hot surfaces and parts" During operationg some parts of the barcebue

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Danger "Hot surfaces and parts"

During operationg some parts of the barcebue can get very hot, particularly those near the burner.

Possible consequences:

• Severe burns from touching parts near the burners.

• Fire or smoldering fire if flammable materials or substances are near the barbecue. Safety measures prior to using the barbecue:

• When setting up the barbecue, make sure that

• there are not, and will not be, any flammable materials or substances nearby.

– the minimum distance to flammable materials or substances is 2 m above and 1

m to the side of the barbecue.

– Minimum distance to flame resistant materials or substances, e.g. house walls:

0.25 m.

– the barbecue is positioned firmly on a sufficiently large surface area. It must not

be moved during operation.

• Pull the holding brake on the right castor during operation.

Safety measures while barbecuing:

• Wear protective barbecue gloves.

• Never leave the hot barbecue unattended. Keep children, mentally or physically handicapped persons and pets at a safe distance.

Danger„Gas is highly flammable“ Liquid gas is highly flammable and explosive. Possible consequences: • Serious

Danger„Gas is highly flammable“

Liquid gas is highly flammable and explosive.

Possible consequences:

• Serious personal injury or damage to property if escaping gas ignites in an environment in which it is not controlled.

Safety measures:

• Only use the barbecue outdoors and ensure that the area is well-ventilated.

• Protect the gas cylinder and the gas hose from direct sunlight and other sources of heat (max. 50°C). Take particular care to ensure that the gas hose does not touch any part of the hot barbecue.

Do not lean over the barbecue when igniting the gas flame. Stand as far away as pos- sible.

• Close the valve on the gas cylinder immediately after each use (turn the valve clockwise).

• Never leave the barbecue unattended. If the flame extinguishes, relight it immediately or cut off the supply from the gas cylinder.

• When connecting the gas cylinder make sure that there are no sources of ignition within

a 5 m radius.

• Take special care not to light any naked flames, do not smoke or switch on electric appli- ances (devices, lights, door bells), etc. (sparkover possible).

• Before each use, make sure that all gas connections are sealed and intact. Even the smallest of leaks can be dangerous.

If necessary, replace the hose in order to comply with the corresponding national re-

quirements. The barbecue must not be used if the connections for the gas supply are porous or faulty.

This also applies, for example, to hoses or fittings blocked by insects, as this can produce

a dangerous flashback.

• Do not store spare gas cylinders near the barbecue.

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Danger "Gas displaces oxygen"

Liquid gas is heavier than oxygen. Therefore it settles on the ground and displaces the oxygen at that level.

Possible consequences:

Suffocation resulting from a lack of oxygen if the gas concentration is allowed to increase sufficiently.

Safety measures:

• Only use the barbecue outdoors in a well ventilated area and above ground (i.e. not in areas that are below ground level).

• Close the valve on the gas cylinder immediately after each use (turn the valve clockwise).

• Never leave the barbecue unattended. If the flame extinguishes, relight it immediately or cut off the supply from the gas cylinder.

• Before each use, make sure that all gas connections are sealed and intact. Even the smallest of leaks can be dangerous. If necessary, replace the hose in order to comply with the corresponding national re- quirements. The barbecue must not be used if the connections for the gas supply are porous or faulty. If the barbecue is not being used for a prolonged period, cut off the supply from the gas cylinder and store properly:

– Fit the gas cylinder valve with a cap nut and safety cap.

– Do not store the gas cylinder in rooms below ground level, in or near stairways, hallways or passages and thoroughfares between buildings.

– Always store gas cylinders upright, even if they are empty!

Assembly

Before starting

Here are a few tips to help you assemble your barbecue quickly and successfully:

• Check that no parts are missing by placing all of the individual parts on an empty surface (we reserve the right to make minor technical alterations, such as the content of the small parts bag).

• If, despite careful factory checks, a component should be missing, please contact our customer service department (see last page). We will immediately attend to your request. Remove all of the packing material.

• Sort out the small parts, as some of the screws and bolts, for example, are very similar and can be easily confused.

• You will need the following for the assembly:

• A medium sized screwdriver and suitable spanners (fork, ring or box spanner).

– Another person who can help you with the assembly.

• You will need a flat spanner (AF17) to connect the gas cylinder.

will need a flat spanner (AF17) to connect the gas cylinder. CAUTION • Only use tools

CAUTION

• Only use tools that are intact and suitable for the job at hand. Worn or unsuitable tools will not allow you to tighten the nuts and bolts sufficiently and may damage them so that they can no longer be turned.

• Always fit all connecting elements (screws, bolts, nuts, etc.) as shown in the follow- ing illustrations. If you misplace a connecting element, replace it with an appropri- ate part. Only by doing this can you ensure that the construction is strong and safe.

• Be sure to follow the instructions in the specified order!

• Read the text for each step before carrying it out, as useful information is sometimes only provided at the end of the section.

Even if you are not experienced at DIY, assembly does not generally take longer than one hour.

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Assembly procedure

1 1 S
1
1
S
2 2
2
2
3 S 2
3
S
2

1. Undo four hexagon bolts (S) on the left-hand side of the wagon barbecue (1) through a few rotations. Do

not remove!

2. Position the drill holes in the side support table (2)

over the loosened hexagon bolts (S).

3. Tighten the four bolts again (S).

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4 3
4
3
5 1 S
5
1
S
6 4
6
4
7 4 S 5
7
4
S
5
8 4 3
8
4
3

4. Remove the packaging from the side burner adjusting

element (3) and guide it through the opening in the side panel of the barbecue.

5. Undo four hexagon bolts (S) on the right-hand side of

the wagon barbecue (1) through a few rotations. Do

not remove!

6. Position the side burner table (4) with its drill holes

over the loosened hexagon bolts (S) and then re- tighten the bolts (same as step 3).

7. Remove the flame regulator cover (5) from the side

burner table (4) by unscrewing the two crosshead screws (S).

8. Insert the adjusting element (3) through the opening

and into the side burner table (4) from the rear. Secure it in place from the front together with the flame regulator cover (5) by using the two crosshead screws (S from step 7). When doing this make sure that the "OFF" marking

on the cover is at the top and that the gas hose is not twisted or kinked in any way.

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S 9/10 3a 4a
S
9/10
3a
4a
9/10 S
9/10
S

9. Position the bracket for the nozzle adjusting element (3a) in front of the burner opening (4a) as shown in the illustration and secure the bracket from above us-

ing two screws (S).

10. Check to make sure the nozzle adjusting element (3a) is located directly in front of the burner opening (4a).

11 6
11
6
12 3
12
3
13 8
13
8
14 9
14
9

11. Affix the side burner support (6) to the side burner.

12. Insert the flame regulator knob (7, not illustrated)

onto the adjusting element (3). Note here that the position of the knob is determined by the flattened side of the adjusting element pin (3).

13. Insert the four ignition hoses (8) into the connections on the ignition button (9, any position)

14. Unscrew the cap for the ignition button (9), insert an

AA battery (negative pole first) and then carefully re- place the cap.

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15 10 1 x S1
15
10 1 x
S1
11 16 12
11
16
12
17 13 18 14
17
13
18
14
19
19

15. Turn the gas cylinder stop (10) from the rear panel of the cart to the illustrated position and screw it to the base of the cart. Do this using a self-tapping screw

(S1).

base of the cart. Do this using a self-tapping screw (S1). The gas cylinder stop (10)

The gas cylinder stop (10) is to be fitted so that no other gas cylin- ders can be positioned. Failure to observe this stipulation can result in a fire, an explosion or to damage to the barbecue due to the excess weight.

16. Place the three flame covers (11) into the recesses so that the pointed triangular edges are pointing up- wards.

When doing this make sure that the flame cover with the high side edge is located directly next to the infrared burner (12). This protects the infrared burner from damage caused by the flames.

17. Insert the three cooking grills (13).

18. Insert the warming racks (14) into their guide slots.

19. Insert the grease collection tray (15) into its guides.

The assembly process is now complete. The barbecue should now look as it does on the title page of the docu- ment.

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Connecting and disconnecting the gas cylinder

If you smell gas

If you smell gas

1.

Turn the gas cylinder valve clockwise immediately as far as its stop (gas off position) to disconnect the supply of gas.

 

2.

Extinguish all possible sources of ignition (candles, cigarettes, etc.) and avoid switching on any electrical appliances (flashover) to prevent igniting the gas.

4.

Open the lid over the burners to allow any gas that has accumulated underneath to escape.

5.

Ensure the surrounding area is well-ventilated to allow any accumulated gas to escape.

6.

Leave the hazard area.

7.

If you can still smell gas, call the fire brigade.

Parts and tools needed

• 17 mm spanner (open-ended spanner WAF 17)

• Gas cylinder A common camping gas cylinder with a fill weight of 3, 5 or 11 kg (e.g. grey camping propane gas cylinder). These are available at DIY shops or from liquid gas suppliers. Leak detector

• You can locate any leaks in the gas system using a leak detector. This can be purchased at DIY shops or liquid gas suppli- ers. Please follow the operating instructions of the leak detector.

The following parts are included in delivery. They comply with the standards applicable in the country to which they have been supplied by LANDMANN .

Pressure regulator Preset and
Pressure regulator
Preset and

-approved pressure reducer, max. 1.5 kg/h, operating pressure 28-30 mbar butane / 37 mbar propane,

suitable for the gas cylinder used. Gas hose -approved hose of sufficient length, allowing installation without any kinks.

sufficient length, allowing installation without any kinks. The barbecue should only be operated with gas system
The barbecue should only be operated with gas system components that are certified for use

The barbecue should only be operated with gas system components that are certified for use in the regulating country and specified in the technical data (gas type, gas cylinder, pressure reducer, gas hose)!

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Connecting the gas cylinder

Connecting the gas cylinder Danger "Ignition of escaping gas" Liquid gas is highly flammable and explosive.

Danger "Ignition of escaping gas"

Liquid gas is highly flammable and explosive.

Possible consequences:

• Severe injury or damage to propety canoccur if the gas ignites in an uncontrolled envi- ronment. Safety measures:

• When connecting the gas cylinder ensure that there are no sources of ignition within a 5 m radius.

• Take special care not to light any naked flames, do not smoke or switch on electric appli- ances (devices, lights, door bells), etc. (sparkover possible).

• If necessary, replace the hose in order to comply with the corresponding national re- quirements.

1. Select a suitable place to set up the barbecue. Make sure that

– there are not, and will not be, any flammable materials or substances nearby. Minimum distance to flammable materials or substances: 2 m above and 1 m to the side; distance to highly flammable materials or substances:

min 0.25 m.

– Note: The smoke escapes from the grill hood positioned at the rear of the barbecue. It can therefore result in fouling objects that are located close to the rear of the barbecue.

– the barbecue is positioned firmly on a sufficiently large surface area. It must not be moved during operation. Put on both fixing brakes on the right castor!

– all flame regulators (A) are set to "OFF".

G1 G2 G4 G3 G5 G6 G7 2. Open the doors, raise the gas cylinder
G1
G2
G4
G3
G5 G6
G7
2. Open the doors, raise the gas cylinder retaining clip on the rear
panel and insert the gas cylinder upright into the recess in the
base of the cart. Place the gas cylinder retaining clip over the
gas cylinder. Never lay the gas cylinder on its side. The
gas hose must not be kinked or under tension.
3. Check to make sure that the seal of the cylinder valve thread
(G2) is present and intact. Do not use any additional seals.

4. Connect the coupling nut (G3) of the pressure regulator to the cylinder valve thread (G2) and tighten the coupling nut (G3) by turning it anti-clockwise by hand. Do not use any tools for this as they can cause damage to the cylinder valve seal, which will result in impairing the tightness of the connection and a loss of warranty.

5. Check that the pressure reducer (G4) and the gas hose (G7) are securely connected. To do this turn the coupling nut (G6) anti-clockwise using a 17mm flat spanne Check the connection between the gas hose (G7) and the adjusting element (underneath the front panel) in the same way.

6. Open the cylinder valve (turn G1 anti-clockwise) and use a standard leak detector to make sure that all of the connec- tions are tight.

– Please observe the instructions for the leak detector!

– Never check for leaks using a naked flame. Listening for leaks is not a reliable method of detection.

– If a leak is detected, close the cylinder valve immediately (turn G1 clockwise) and tighten the loose connection or get the leaking part replaced by a specialist. Repeat the leak test!

7. If you do not wish to barbecue immediately, close the cylinder valve (turn G1 clockwise).

Disconnecting the gas cylinder

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1. Close the cylinder valve (turn G1 clockwise). G1 G2 G4 G3 G5 G6 G7
1. Close the cylinder valve (turn G1 clockwise).
G1
G2
G4
G3
G5 G6
G7
2. Turn the coupling nut (G3) of the pressure regulator
clockwise by hand and remove the pressure regula-
tor (G4) from the cylinder valve thread (G2).

3. Store the pressure regulator (G4) with the gas hose (G7) underneath the barbecue. When doing this make sure the gas hose is not kinked or twisted in any way.

4. Store the gas cylinder correctly:

– Fit the gas cylinder valve with a cap nut and safety cap.

– Do not store the gas cylinder in rooms below ground level, in or near stairways, hallways or passages and thor- oughfares between buildings.

– Always store gas cylinders upright, even if they are empty!

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Operation

Starting up the barbecue

Caution: Do not use the grill in the rain, as this will cause it to

Caution: Do not use the grill in the rain, as this will cause it to be damaged.

If while using the grill it starts to rain,

• Close the gas cylinder (turn clockwise)

 

• Remove both mains plugs

• Allow grill to cool

• when all parts of the grill have cooled down, cover the grill with a canvas cover or put it beneath a roof.

• If hot parts of the grill are covered there exists the danger of fire!

Wash the cooking grill thoroughly before barbecuing using warm soapy water and allow to dry completely. Then apply edible oil to the top side of both parts. Doing this will ensure that the food won't stick easily to the cooking grill.of the grill are covered there exists the danger of fire! 1. Check to ensure that

1. Check to ensure that

– there are not, and will not be, any flammable materials or substances nearby. Minimum distance to flammable materials or substances: 2 m above and 1 m to the side. Distance to flame resistant materials or substances: 0.25 m.

– the barbecue is positioned firmly on a sufficiently large surface area. It must not be moved during operation.

2. Check to ensure that

– all flame regulators (A) are set to "OFF".

– the barbecue is fully assembled and has no apparent faults.

– the fixing brakes on both right castors are on.

– all grills are inserted.

– all hoods are open.

– the grease collection tray is filled with approx. 10 mm of absorbent, non-flammable material that can absorb fat, (such as dry, loose and clean sand). Otherwise the dripping fat may burn. Never use any flammable materials such as sawdust or cat litter.

3. G1 G3 G4 Check to make sure the coupling nut (G3) of the pres-
3.
G1
G3
G4
Check to make sure the coupling nut (G3) of the pres-
sure regulator (G4) is securely seated. Do this by turn-
ing the coupling nut (G3) anti-clockwise by hand.
4.
Open the cylinder valve (turn G1 anticlockwise).
5
Check to ensure that the gas system is sealed. If not,
close the cylinder valve (G1) immediately (turn clock-
wise).

Igniting main burner 1, 2, 3 and 4

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1.

1. DANGER: Severe burns caused by gas deflagration When a flame regulator (A1, A2) is operated

DANGER: Severe burns caused by gas deflagration

When a flame regulator (A1, A2) is operated gas flows into the burner. This gas burns rapidly when ignited.

For your own safety:

Only ignite the burners when the grill hood is open; doing this avoids it being thrown up in the event of possible deflagration.

• Do not lean over the barbecue while actuating the flame regulator. Main- tain the greatest possible distance to avoid being burnt in the event of possible deflagration.

Open the grill hood and check that the flame regulator of the rotisserie burner (A4) is set to "OFF", as the rear infrared burner may not be used at the same time as the main burners.

Keep a safe distance from the burners during the next few steps.

A1 2. Press a flame regulator (A1 or A2) and turn it anti-clockwise to the
A1
2. Press a flame regulator (A1 or A2) and turn it anti-clockwise to the
"High" setting.
A2
3. Press the ignition button (B) immediately and keep it depressed for
approx. 4 seconds.
B
Clicking noises indicate that the igniter is firing up.
If the gas in the burner does not ignite within the 4 seconds,
turn the flame regulator (A1, A2) back to "OFF", wait for 5
minutes and then repeat steps 2 to 3.

4.

5.

6.

Alternatively you can also ignite a burner by using a match. If you are doing this it is imperative you use the match holder located in the cart. Without this you may burn yourself. Keep as far away from the burner as possible. Stick the match holder and match through the grill from above near the burner you wish to ignite. Then press the appropriate flame regulator (A1, A2) and turn it counterclockwise to "High".

To ignite the other main burners repeat steps 2 and 3 using the appropriate flame regulators for the burners.

Close the lid and allow the barbecue to heat up at full power.

The first time you use the barbecue allow it to heat up for approximately 20 minutes before adding any food; this will allow the food-safe coating to harden (as is the case with any oven).

When the barbecue has heated up sufficiently turn the flame regulator to the desired setting (size of flame). We do not recommend operating the barbecue at maximum heat output for a prolonged period, as the casing will be- come very hot and may be damaged. Make sure you open the hood from time to time when using the infrared burners, as these generate a copious amount of heat.

burners, as these generate a copious amount of heat. Stainless steel parts may discolour through the

Stainless steel parts may discolour through the effect of the heat. This is a normal occurrence and is not a cause for complaint.

You can now place your food on the grill. We recommend that you wear barbecue gloves or other gloves to protect you from the heat.

To switch off the burners (extinguish the flame) press and turn the flame regulators (A1, A2) clockwise to "OFF". The gas supply is only disconnected if all the flame regulators have been set to OFF.

7.

Igniting the side burner

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DANGER: Severe burns caused by gas deflagration

DANGER: Severe burns caused by gas deflagration

When operating the flame regulator (A3), gas flows into the side burner. This gas burns rapidly when ignited.

For your own safety:

 

Only ignite the side burner when the side burner lid is open; doing this avoids it being thrown up in the event of possible deflagration.

Do not lean over the side burner while actuating the flame regulator. Maintain the greatest possible distance to avoid being burnt in the event of possible deflagration.

DANGER: Risk of severe burns and damage to the barbecue when operating the side burner

DANGER: Risk of severe burns and damage to the barbecue when operating the side burner with the lid closed

the side burner is operated when the lid is closed, it will be heated so severely that it will become damaged and there is also a significant risk of burning by touching the lid.

If

 

A

particular danger is that a gas flame is often difficult to see due to its blue colouring,

particularly in bright sunlight. Therefore it is possible for the lid to be closed accidentally while the gas flame is still burning.

For your own safety:

Only ignite the side burner when you need it.

• Immediately afterwards place your cookware on the burner.

• Disconnect the gas supply before removing your cookware.

  CAUTION
 

CAUTION

Only use cookware (pots or pans) on the side burner that has been approved for use on gas cooking appliances. Cookware that is unsuitable for gas appliances may be damaged.

 

The size of the cookware used must be suited to that of the side burner. The cookware must be able to stand securely on the side burner.

1. Open the side burner lid. Stay as far away from the side burner as possible during the next steps.

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A3 2. Press the flame regulator (A3) and turn it anti-clockwise to the "High" setting.
A3
2. Press the flame regulator (A3) and turn it anti-clockwise to the
"High" setting.
B
3. Press the ignition button (B) immediately and keep it depressed for
approx. 5 seconds.
Clicking noises indicate that the igniter is firing up.
If the gas in the burner does not ignite within the 5 seconds,
turn the flame regulator (A3) back to "OFF", wait 5 minutes
and then repeat steps 2 and 3.

Alternatively you can also ignite the side burner from above by using a match. If you are doing this it is imperative you use the match holder located in the cart. Without this you may burn yourself. Keep as far away from the burner as possible. Hold the match holder and lit match close to the side burner. Then press the appropriate flame regulator (A3) and turn it anti-clockwise to the "High" setting.

4. Turn the flame regulator (A3) to the desired heat setting (flame size), place a pot or pan that is approved for gas cooking appliances on the side burner and heat up your food.

To switch off the side burner (extinguish the flame) press and turn the flame regulator (A3) clockwise to "OFF".

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DANGER: Electric shock resulting in death The electric motor of the rotisserie is operated by
DANGER: Electric shock resulting in death The electric motor of the rotisserie is operated by

DANGER: Electric shock resulting in death

The electric motor of the rotisserie is operated by a 230 V voltage supply. There is a risk of electric shock if the following safety instructions are not observed.

For your own safety:

The electrical connection and the requisite safeguards must be carried out in accordance with the local regulations of the EVU or the VDE as appropriate.

Only insert the mains plug of the motor into an earthed and properly installed 230

V

socket.

When establishing the connection make sure that the connecting cable does not come into contact with hot parts of the barbecue or any kind of moisture (e.g. pud- dles) and that nobody can trip over the cable. Protect the connecting cable from heat, oil and sharp edges.

To increase safety we recommend installing an FI switch with a current leakage of a maximum of 30 mA between the socket and mains plug. Check that the FI switch is functioning before each use.

The length of the connecting cable may only be increased using an H05VV-F or H05RN-F extension cable. The coupling of the extension cable must be protected from splashing water, be made from rubber or be rubber-coated.

If

the connecting cable is damaged, it must not be plugged into the electric socket.

Do not attempt to repair the connecting cable yourself but rather entrust this to a specialised electrician. The same applies to any extension cables used.

Protect the motor from moisture. Unplug the mains plug immediately if it starts to rain.

Never touch the mains plug with wet hands!

When using the rotisserie burner pay attention to the following

• Never use the rotisserie burner together with the main burners, as the extreme heat generated will cause damage to the barbecue.

• Always remove the warming rack before using the rotisserie burner, otherwise it will become damaged by the heat.

If you want to grill larger quantities of food on the rotisserie, it may be necessary to remove the grill.

• Do not overload the rotisserie with too much meat (max. 5 kg). This can cause dam- age to the rotisserie, the rotisserie mount and the electric motor.

• Before you insert or remove the rotisserie, extinguish the flames on all burners (turn all flame regulators to "Off") and turn off the motor. Otherwise you may burn or injure yourself on the rotating, sharp-edged skewer.

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C
C

1. Check to make sure the four flame regulators of the main burners (A1, A2) are set to "OFF". The rotisserie burner should not be used together with the main burners.

2. Pull the electric motor (C) forwards up to the stop.

3. Push one of the meat clamps onto the skewer (D) (spikes point inwards towards the meat), then the meat (as near to the centre as possible) and then the other meat clamp (spikes point inwards towards the meat).

Align everything to the centre, push the meat clamps into the meat and tighten the screws of the meat clamps.

D
D

4. Insert the marked end of the skewer into the hole on the motor and rest the other end of the skewer on the seating on the right side of the grill.

5. Connect the mains cable of the motor to a 230 V socket (while observ- ing the safety instructions on the previous page), turn the switch on the motor to "ON" and check to ensure the skewer rotates evenly; otherwise reposition the meat.

A4 B
A4
B

6. Press the flame regulator (A4) and turn it anti-clockwise to the "High" setting.

7. Press the ignition button (B) immediately and keep it depressed for ap- prox. 5 seconds. Clicking noises indicate that the igniter is firing up.

If the gas in the rotisserie burner does not ignite within the 5 seconds, turn the flame regulator (A4) back to "OFF", wait 5 min- utes and then repeat steps 6 and 7.

Alternatively you can also ignite the rotisserie by using a match. If you are doing this it is imperative you use the match holder located in the cart. Without this you may burn yourself. Keep as far away from the burner as possible. Hold the match holder with a lit match close to the rotisserie burner. Then press the appropriate flame regulator (A4) and turn it anti-clockwise to the "High" setting.

8. Turn the flame regulator (A4) to the desired heat setting. Open the hood from time to time while using the rotisserie burner to prevent the barbecue from becom- ing damaged by the extremely high heat generated.

To switch off the rotisserie burner (extinguish the flame) press and turn the flame regulator (A4) clockwise to "OFF". Afterwards remove the food and push the motor to the back in order to protect it from becoming soiled.

Switching off the barbecue

1. Close the cylinder valve on the gas cylinder (turn G1 clockwise).

2. Turn all flame regulators (A) to "OFF".

3. Wait until all of the parts have cooled down and then clean any soiled components.

4. Close the covers

5. If the barbecue is not going to be used for a prolonged period:

– Disconnect the gas cylinder (see chapter "Disconnecting the gas cylinder").

– Store the barbecue in a dry place.

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Cleaning

Barbecue

General

To ensure your barbecue serves you well for many years to come, it should be cleaned after each use with washing-up liquid, a brush and a cloth - ensure that all parts have cooled down first. This will be much harder to do later, once the soiling has dried.

Caution "Spark plug on burner can be bent"

Caution "Spark plug on burner can be bent"

The spark plug on the burner can be bent or may snap off during cleaning.

Possible consequences:

 

Burner no longer lights. Safety measures:

Take special care when cleaning the area around the burner.

Stainless steel parts

You can clean stainless steel appliances by using a standard stainless steel cleaning agent. Always wipe in the direction of the polish lines on the part.

Grease collection tray

The substance in the grease collection tray must be replaced if it is soiled, damp, or clumpy. Otherwise it may be ignited by dripping fat. Replace it with a 10 mm layer of clean, absorbent, non-flammable material, which can absorb the dripping fat (e.g. dry, loose, and clean sand). Never use flammable materials such as sawdust, cat litter or other similar substances.

Infrared burner

Caution: Infrared burners should not come into contact with water.

Caution: Infrared burners should not come into contact with water.

The infrared burner can be damaged if it comes into contact with water.

Procedure for cleaning infrared burner:

 

• After each use the infrared burner should be left on "High" without any food on it in order to burn off any dripped fat or food particles.

• After the grill has cooled down carefully vacuum the remaining particles away.

Gas system

Any parts through which gas is passed may only be cleaned by a gas specialist. Never dismantle the adjusting element!

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Maintenance

The barbecue is maintenance free. Nevertheless, you should check it at regular intervals. The intervals depend on how often the barbecue is used and the environmental conditions to which it is exposed.

Barbecue

• Check to ensure that all parts of the barbecue are present and assembled (visual check).

• Check to ensure that all connections are present and securely fastened. Tighten if necessary.

Gas system

The gas system needs to be checked every time a gas cylinder is connected (see chapter "Connecting and disconnecting the gas cylinder").

"Connecting and disconnecting the gas cylinder"). DANGER: Risk of fire caused by blocked burners Insects can

DANGER: Risk of fire caused by blocked burners

Insects can block the burners.

Possible consequences:

• Fire on the adjusting elements behind the front panel

• Damage to the barbecue Safety measures:

• Check the burners after a prolonged period of non-use, but at least once a year, for signs of blockages.

• If you detect signs of flashback at the adjusting element, turn the gas cylinder valve clockwise immediately as far as its stop (gas off position) to disconnect the supply of gas.

If necessary, make sure you replace the gas hose to comply with national requirements.

Environmental information and disposal measures

Residual substance

information and disposal measures Residual substance DANGER: Risk of fire when disposing of the hot residual

DANGER: Risk of fire when disposing of the hot residual substance

Only dispose of the residual substances when they have fully cooled down and only then in the designated metal containers. Observe the local regulations.

Barbecue

Pay attention to cleanliness when handling the barbecue.

To dispose of the barbecue properly, disassemble it into its individual parts. Recycle the metal and plastic components. Observe the local regulations.

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Troubleshooting

If there is a fault despite due care, this chapter may help you to resolve the malfunction.

Malfunction

Cause

Remedy

There is a smell of gas

Leak in the gas system

1. Close

the

cylinder

valve

immedi-

ately (turn G1 clockwise)

2. Prevent any flame or spark forma- tion (do not switch on any electrical appliances)

3. Tighten all connections of the gas system

4. Inspect all gas-supplying compo- nents for signs of external damage; replace any defective parts with original spare parts

5. Check for leaks using a leak detector

Burner does not light

Gas cylinder is empty

Replace the gas cylinder

 

Cylinder valve is closed

Turn the cylinder valve (G1) anti-clock- wise

Ignition battery is flat

If no popping noises are heard when ac- tuating the ignition button, unscrew the cap of the ignition button and insert a new battery.

Ignition cable without contact

Visual check, fit ignition cable if neces- sary

The gas outlet nozzle is not inserted in the burner

Visual inspection, if necessary adjust the burner

Ignition pin next to the burner is bent

Visual inspection; correct if necessary

Gas outlet nozzle is blocked

Clean the gas outlet nozzle with a pin

Other gas system blocked

Arrange for a gas specialist to clean the gas system

Temperature on grill too low

Pre-heating time too short

Close the lid and set the flame regulator to Max

Gas outlets on the burner are blocked

Remove blockage from burner

 

Popping or bubbling noise

Flashback caused by blockages in the burner.

1. Close

the

cylinder

valve

immedi-

ately (turn G1 clockwise)

 

2. Wait three minutes and then switch the barbecue back on.

3. If the malfunction occurs again, get the burner disassembled and cleaned by a specialist.

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Malfunction

Cause

Remedy

Gas flame flickers

Gas cylinder is not opened quite far enough

Open the gas cylinder further

Gas cylinder is almost empty

Connect a new gas cylinder

The gas flame is either yellow or or- ange instead of blue

Too little oxygen present

Check the burner for signs of blockage

Gas flame flares up brightly

Fatty foods

Remove any large areas of fat prior to barbecuing or place the meat on a grill plate or reduce the barbecue tempera- ture

The surrounding environment is too windy

Switch off the barbecue and move it to a location that is sheltered from the wind

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Declaration of conformity

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List of spare parts

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Designation

 

Designation

1

Barbecue hood small parts set (x 1)

41

Side burner flap (x 1)

2

Barbecue hood (x 1)

42

Side burner support (x 1)

3

Thermometer (x 1)

43

Side burner nozzle bracket (x 1)

4

Barbecue hood handle bracket (x 2)

44

Side burner adjusting element (x 1)

5

Barbecue hood handle (x 1)

48

Side burner insert (x 1)

6

Warming rack (x 1)

46

Ignition box, 6-pin (x 1)

7

Rear infrared burner attachment (x 1)

47

Main burner setting device (x 1)

8

Electric motor (x 1)

48

Gas hose and pressure regulator (x 1)

9

Electric motor attachment (x 1)

49

Rear reinforcement fitting (x 2)

10

Barbecue hood chassis (x 1)

50

Barbecue rear panel (x 1)

11

Rotisserie bracket (x 1)

51

Barbecue side panel, left (x 1)

12

Warming rack guide (x 2)

52

Barbecue side panel, right (x 1)

13

Windbreak (x 1)

53

Lower heat shield (x 1)

14

Rear infrared burner (x 1)

54

Front heat shield (x 1)

15

Spark plug for rear infrared burner (x 1)

55

Grease collection tray guide (x 2)

16

Meat holder (x 2)

56

Grease collection tray (x 1)

17

Rotisserie (x 1)

57

Front cross bar (x 1)

18

Cooking grill (x 3)

58

Door spring pin (x 2)

19

Flame cover (x 2)

59

Door magnet (x 2)

20

Flame cover with long side edge (x 1)

60

Match holder (x 1)

21

Main burner tube (x 3)

61

Cart door, left (x 1)

22

Grease protection cover for lower infrared burner (x 1)

62

Cart door, right (x 1)

23

Spark plug for lower infrared burner (x 1)

63

Door handle (x 2)

24

Lower infrared burner attachment (x 1)

64

Mirror track (x 2)

25

Lower infrared burner (x 1)

65

Cart side panel, left (x 1)

26

Fire bowl (x 1)

66

Cart side panel, right (x 1)

27

Main burner igniter cable (1 x 920, 1 x 740, 1 x 540)

67

Rear panel (x 1)

28

Front panel attachment (x 1)

68

Gas cylinder retaining ring (x 1)

29

Front cover, left (x 1)

69

Gas cylinder stop (x 1)

30

Front cover, right (x 1)

70

Door bolt (x 2)

31

Flame regulator cover, small (x 1)

71

Door stopper (x 2)

32

Flame regulator knob, small (x 1)

72

Cart base (x 1)

33

Flame regulator knob, large (x 4)

73

Castor set, left (x 1)

34

Flame control knob, large (x 4)

74

Castor set, right (x 1)

35

Side table (x 1)

 

Small parts bag (x 1)

36

Handle bracket (x 6)

 

Ignition cable for rear infrared burner (x 1)

37

Drawer handle (x 1)

   

38

Connecting cable for rear infrared burner (x 1)

   

39

Side burner table (x 1)

   

40

Side burner IR burner (x 1)

   

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LANDMANN ® Ltd. Unit 6 Blackstone Road, Stukeley Meadows Industrial Estate, Huntingdon, Cambs,PE29 6EF, United
LANDMANN ® Ltd.
Unit 6 Blackstone Road,
Stukeley Meadows Industrial Estate,
Huntingdon, Cambs,PE29 6EF,
United Kingdom
Hotline
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Friday, 9am to 4pm.
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