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To operate you will need a precision-filled gas cylinder between 11kg and 15kg. Your barbecue is supplied with a regulator and
hose suitable for use with a propane patio gas cylinder with a 27mm connection.
Place Gas Cylinder
Gas Regulator
Installing LP Gas Cylinder
.
WGas cylinder must be properly disconnected
and removed prior to moving this grill.
CAUTION
< 60 cm
< ø33 cm
Read thoroughly before use.
Gas Regulator Parts
1Regulator Identification Label
2Regulator Assembly
3Regulation Rubber Hose
4Hose Clamp
5Regulator Valve Handle
Connecting and Operating Conditions
The regulator supplied is a 27mm “Snap on compact” propane regulator operating at 37 mbar pressure.
The “Snap on compact” is a regulator designed to supply gas to a consuming appliance at a pressure and capacity as indicated on the regulator
identification label.
The “Snap on compact” can be fitted to any cylinders equipped with automatic valves having a diameter as indicated on the regulator.
WCAUTION: The gas cylinder must always be used in the upright position.
WCAUTION: Whenever used outdoors, the “snap on compact” should be protected against rain.
WCAUTION: Never use a flame to look for leaks, do it using a soap solution.
WCAUTION: In case of any difficulties or problems, close the gas supply immediately and contact your dealer.
WCAUTION: Never move or displace the gas cylinder when it is on.
WCAUTION: Gas cylinder must be properly disconnected and removed prior to moving this grill.
Fitting the Hose
Before connecting the “Snap on compact” to a cylinder valve:
1. Connect regulation rubber hose to the barbed stem on the regulator.
Tip: Lubricate the barbed stem with water to help connect the regulator hose to the regulator.
2. Use a hose clamp to secure the regulation rubber hose to the regulator.
Connect Gas Cylinder
1. Make sure control knobs are (OFF) position (Figure 3).
2. The regulator rubber hose and regulator are properly and securely connected.
3. The regulator valve handle is in the “OFF” position. (Figure C).
4. Remove the seal cap from the automatic valve on the gas cylinder.
5. Place regulator onto the automatic valve on the gas cylinder. Push down firmly and vertically. (Figure B)
6. You should hear a “click” sound when the regulator is securely latched.
WCAUTION: Never attempt to connect regulator when the regulator valve is not in the “OFF”
position.
Operating Regulator
1. To turn regulator ON, turn the regulator valve handle clockwise into the the “ON” position. (Figure D)
2. To turn regulator OFF, turn the regulator valve handle counterclockwise into the the “OFF” position.
(Figure C)
Disconnecting Gas Cylinder
1. Make sure control knobs are (OFF) position (Figure 3).
2. Turn the regulator valve handle to the “OFF” position (Figure C).
3. Push down the regulator valve handle firmly, then pull the regulator clamp and regulator upwards (Figure E).
Figure A
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3
4
2
5
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CAUTION
W If you are unable to turn the regulator handle to
the “ON” position, your regulator is not properly
connected. Do not force the handle to open.
Remove the regulator and repeat “Connect Gas
Cylinder” section.
.
CAUTION
WNever attempt to disconnect regulator when the
regulator valve is not in the “OFF” position.
Figure B
Figure C
Figure D
Figure E
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