BeefEater SL4000s user manual

User manual for the device BeefEater SL4000s

Device: BeefEater SL4000s
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Date of adding : 2013-09-16 18:06:39
Number of pages: 21
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BeefEater SL4000s Series
Stainless Steel Barbecues
Assembly And Operating Instructions
Certified ISO 9001 : 2000 by
For outdoor use only

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Safety Warnings Check Gas Type Check that the gas type is correct for your type of gas,. You will find the gas type label on the underside of your side burner. If your side burner is of the incorrect gas type, or if you are unsure, consult your dealer before going any further. WARNING: We want you to enjoy your barbecuing experience - Failure to follow the instructions and observe the warnings provided in this operating manual could result in serious bodily injury or damage to property. N

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DO NOT DO • Lean over barbecue when lighting. • Spanner tighten all gas fittings as per instructions. • Leave cooking food unattended. • Check all gas hoses and line connections for damage, cuts or cracks each time the appliance is • Delay lighting burners after turning gas on. to be used. • Spray or store aerosols in vicinity of barbecue • Always Leak - test with a solution of soapy water. whilst in operation. • Check main opening, throat and venturi to each • Store combustible materials

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Assembly Of Main Barbecue Before You Start Note the tools you will need before you begin. Remove any protective plastic from stainless steel Allen Key Adjustable spanner/ Phillips Head components. (provided) wrench Screwdriver Check for damaged or missing parts, and consult your retailer if necessary. Attach the Side Shelves Attach the side shelves to the top of the cart using the four screws provided with each side shelf kit. You do not need any nuts, as the screws go directly into th

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Assembly Of Main Barbecue Fit The Heat Reflectors The reflectors fit between each burner. They reflect heat from the burners, upwards to the cooking surfaces. The tabbed ends of the heat reflectors face forward to the front of the barbecue frame. The tabs fit into the slots in the front end of the barbecue behind the control panel. Fit The Burners Remove the ‘R’-shaped retaining clips from the burners. Fit the burners, open end first, over the stem of the control valves at the front of t

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Assembly Of Main Barbecue Fit Cooking Plates And Grates We recommend fitting the plate to the left-hand side of the barbecue frame (with the drain hole to the extreme left). The grates can be fitted to the right hand side of the barbecue frame. The grates must always be positioned over the Vaporizers. The 4+1 burner model comes standard with a 320mm plate, a 330mm grill and a 161mm grill. You may use other combinations of cooking surface, however, the plate may cover no more than 50% of

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Assembly Of Rotisserie Assemble The Main Shaft Assemble the shaft in the order shown. The knurled nut, counterbalance and Slide the collar down towards the Slide the prongs onto the shaft handle go on the threaded end. handle end. so they face each other. Fit The Motor First attach the motor mounting bracket to the roasting hood. Then slide the motor onto the bracket. Fit The Shaft The pointed end goes into the motor The collar rests on the roasting hood. 7

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Assembly Of Accessories Fit the Baskets The storage racks and condiment baskets can be fitted directly, without the use of screws. Ensure they locate properly into their respective holes. External storage baskets slot Internal condiment racks fit inside the into the holes in the side panel, middle and left hand drawers. either left or right. Fit the towel rack First, unscrew and remove the plastic end caps from the towel rack. Then, using 2 flathead screws, washers and nuts, attach the

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Installation LPG/Propane Cylinder If your barbecue is to be connected to a portable LPG cylinder, you should position it in the far right drawer. Place the prefitted mat down first, then position the cylinder on top. Secure the cylinder by wrapping the strap around the cylinder and clipping it to the bracket slots highlighted in the illustration. Where To Put Your Barbecue It is important that your barbecue is placed above ground, in an open air situation where there is adequate natur

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Installation Before You Begin If you have not done so already, check the gas type label as described on page 2. This appliance must have a minimum clearance from combustible materials of all sides of the barbecue of 450 mm. Do not install the appliance under or on any combustible surface. The appliance must be tested for safe and proper operation on completion of installation. Keep ventilation openings in the lower cabinet clear and free of any debris. This barbecue is not approved for use on

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Installation Fixed Installation - Natural Gas (Natural Gas installation should be carried out by a qualified gas fitter) BeefEater Natural Gas barbecues are designed as low- pressure appliances (4.0” WC, 1.00KPa). Fit the natural gas regulator supplied directly to the barbecue inlet located on the right side of the appliance using either hard plaumbing, or a flexible hose connected to a bayonet point. Refer to AS 5601 or your local installation code for pipe sizing details. Secure all joint

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Using Your Barbecue Before You Light The Barbecue Perform the following checks • Make sure all gas connections are tight and leak tested. • Ensure the cooking surfaces are clean and hygienic • Check the control knobs are on the off position • Check that the gas supply is turned on • Ensure the hood of the barbecue and the lid of the side burner are up. If you do not, gases can build up inside the hood and create a dangerous situation. • Make sure long handles do not hang over the edge of the ba

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Using Your Barbecue Controlling The Burners The control knob can now be turned to the desired heat setting, Low, Medium or High. The control knob does not need to be pushed in while selecting the heat setting. To Turn Off The Burner Push in and hold the control knob while turning in a clockwise direction until the off position is reached. After Use It is a good idea to leave the barbecue on for about 10 minutes after you have finished cooking. This helps to burn away any excess food residu

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Getting The Most From Your Barbecue Preheating Your Barbecue Like an oven, preheating your barbecue before cooking produces better results. Because your hood retains heat so efficiently, preheating your barbecue is quicker with the hood down. Turn the outside two burners to high. Close the hood, and allow to preheat for about 8 minutes, Then reduce the burner settings to achieve and maintain the required temperature, by following these guidelines. Maintaining The Right Cooking Temperatur

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Getting The Most From Your Barbecue Direct Cooking Method Commonly used for traditional barbecuing. Place food over the lit grill section. Excess flaring may occur and so care must be taken while cooking. Check inside the roasting hood regularly. We do not recommended this method for roasts unless you place a baking dish under the roast, this will allow flammable fats and juices to be isolated away from the flame. The direct cooking method is recommended for steaks, chops, sausages, and h

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Cleaning Your Barbecue Stainless Steel Grills Many food acids, marinades, juices and sauces contain highly acidic elements that will slowly attack the surface of the stainless steel if not removed immediately after cooking. • After use, remove all solid material from the cooking surfaces using a brass bristle brush or plastic scourer. Brushes specifically designed for this purpose can be purchased from your BeefEater retailer. Wipe off remaining residue with a paper towel. • Gently wash th

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Cleaning Your Barbecue To Remove The Fat Tray For Cleaning The fat tray is held to the runners using four tabs as shown. To release the tray, pull the tray over the tabs at each of the four points. Storing Your Barbecue When storing barbecue for extended periods, be certain all controls and cylinder valves are turned off. If storing the barbecue indoors remove gas cylinder and store the cylinder in a ventilated area outdoors. Gas cylinders must be stored outdoors, out of reach of children and

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Trouble Shooting Guide Problem Cause Check Barbecue will not light Ignition system not working Check that there is a visible flame coming from the pilot ignition tube. Check that the pilot ignition tube is not blocked by spider webs or insect nests. Turning on gas control too quickly Allow 5 seconds for gas to flow through burner before ignition No gas flow Check that valve on gas cylinder is turned on. Check that burner ports are free of obstructions Check that all gas injectors are clean a

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Warranty BeefEater Barbecues Warranty Terms Barbecue Barbecue Frame Lifetime Stainless Steel burners Lifetime Valves 5 Years ‘Quartz Start’ Ignition System 2 Years Vaporizer Grids and Reflectors 2 Years All Other Parts 2 Years Cooktops / Cooking Surfaces Stainless Steel Grills Lifetime Roasting Hoods Body Lifetime All other parts 1 Year Side Burners Side Burner Frame Lifetime Burner 5 Years Cast Alloy parts 5 Years All other parts 2 Years Trolleys Stainless steel parts Lifetime All other part

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Warranty Beefeater Barbecues Warranty Conditions Should any part fail due to defective workmanship or faulty materials within the specified period from the date of purchase, BeefEater or its distributor will repair or, (at distributors option), replace the defective part free of charge. • LP / Propane Gas Cylinder The cylinder manufacturer is responsible for the materials, workmanship and performance of the gas cylinder. Contact your

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