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17
Cleaning and Care (continued)
Specifications
Approvals 0359-16
Pin: 0359CR01461
Barbecue
Appliance Category I3+
Weight 75 kg / 165.3 lbs
Dimensions (L x W x H) 168cm x 66cm x 122.4cm
Grilling surface (L x W) 94cm x 44.5cm
Load weight Side shelf
Side burner table
Max. 15 kg.
Max. 15 kg.
Gas System
Heat quantity Main burner
Main burner (Rotisserie)
Main burner (Searing)
Side burner
11.72 kW (40,000 BTU)
3.52 kW (12,000 BTU)
3.52 kW (12,000 BTU)
3.52 kW (12,000 BTU)
Mass flow rate 22.3 kW (1621 g/h)
Gas type Butane Propane
Pressure regulator
Flow rate
Operating pressure
Preset and – approved pressure regulator
Max. 1.5 kg/h
28-30 mbar Butnae / 37 mbar Propane
Gas cylinder Standard gas cylinder with a fill weight of 11 or 15 kg
Gas hose approved hose (Max 1.5m)
Ignition type Integrated ignition
Flame regulation Infinitely adjustable 1 - max.
Nozzle diameter Main (Tube) 0.82mm
Main (Rotisserie) 0.92mm
Main (Searing) 0.92mm
Side (Searing) 0.92mm
Refund information
28 day no quibble refund. If you’re not delighted by your product, simply bring it back within 28
days for a no quibble refund. Don’t forget to include all of the item’s original components and
packaging along with your receipt or other proof of purchase.
Customer Services Information
If you require further information or advice regarding your product or experience any problems
please contact customer services at the telephone number or address below. When calling or
writing please quote the product spec code or model number. Spec Code: 16B.02.17.044
Contact Us
Customer Services: 0800 9520101
Visit our website: www.asda.com
Produced for ASDA Stores Ltd, Southbank, Great Wilson Street, Leeds, LS11 5AD
Figure 18
Burner Flame Conditions
Use this chart to see if your burners
need to be cleaned.
1-2 in. /
25.4 - 50.8 mm
Normal: Soft blue flames with yellow
tips between 1 in. - 2 in. height.
Needs cleaning: Noisy with hard
blue flames.
Has to be replaced: Wavy with
yellow flames.
6. Lift burners up and away from gas valve orifice.
7. Disconnect wire from spark electrode.
8. Clean venturi of each burner with small bottle brush or compressed air.
9. Remove all food residue and dirt on burner surfaces.
10. Clean any clogged ports with a stiff wire (such as an opened paper clip).
11. Inspect burners for any damage (cracks or holes). If damage is found, replace with new burner(s) from
manufacturer.
12. Reinstall burners, checking to insure that gas valve orifice is correctly positioned inside each burner/venturi
tube. Also, check position of spark electrode.
13. Replace heat plate(s) and cooking grid(s).
14. Connect gas cylinder per “Installing Gas Cylinder” section.
15. Perform leak test per “Checking for Leaks” section.
Cleaning Side Burner
1. Turn the regulator valve handle counterclockwise into the the “OFF” position. (Figure C).
2. Turn all control knobs clockwise to the (OFF) position.
Note: A “poof” sound is normal as the last of the gas is burned.
3. Disconnect gas cylinder per “Disconnecting Gas Cylinder” section.
4. Remove side burner grid.
5. Remove burner by removing the screws that secure the burner to the side shelf.
6. Lift burner up and away from gas valve orifice.
7. Clean venturi of burner with small bottle brush or compressed air.
8. Remove all food residue and dirt on burner surface.
9. Clean any clogged ports with a stiff wire (such as an opened paper clip).
10. Inspect burner for any damage (cracks or holes). If damage is found, replace with new burner from
manufacturer.
11. Reinstall burners, checking to insure that gas valve orifice is correctly positioned inside each burner/venturi
tube. Also, check position of spark electrode.
12. Replace cooking grid(s).
13. Connect gas cylinder per “Installing Gas Cylinder” section.
14. Perform leak test per “Checking for Leaks” section.
Before Storing
1. Turn the regulator valve handle counterclockwise into the the “OFF” position (Figure C).
2. Turn all control knobs clockwise to the (OFF) position.
Note: A “poof” sound is normal as the last of the gas is burned.
3. Disconnect gas cylinder per “Disconnecting Gas Cylinder” section.
4. Clean all surfaces.
5. Lightly coat the burner(s) and cooking grid(s) with cooking oil to prevent excess rusting.
6. If storing the grill indoors, disconnect the gas cylinder per “Disconnecting Gas Cylinder” section.
7. Place the protective cap cover on the gas cylinder and store the tank outdoors in a well-ventilated area out of
direct sunlight.
8. If storing the grill indoors, cover the grill and store in a cool dry place.
9. If storing the grill outdoors, cover the grill with a grill cover for protection from the weather.
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