Aussie BONZA 3 ELITE user manual

User manual for the device Aussie BONZA 3 ELITE

Device: Aussie BONZA 3 ELITE
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Date of adding : 2014-11-09 17:13:34
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by Meco
LP Gas Grill
Assembly and Use Manual
Bonza 3 Elite
Bonza 4 Elite
Bonza 6 Elite
For Customer Service, call 1-800-251-7558 or visit our web site at
• Failure to follow these instructions could result in fire or explosion which could cause death,
serious personal injury, or property damage.
• Read and follow instructions carefully before assembly or use.
• Do not use this product for any other purpose t

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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS To reduce the risk of injuries: · Wear protective gloves when handling parts that have sharp edges to prevent cuts. · Some assembly may require help from another person to prevent handling or lifting injury. Observe where noted. TOOLS: and/or STEP 1) Legs/Side Table Assembly: Attach the Wheel and Caster Legs to the Side Tables with 1/4-20 x 1-3/8” Bolts through the legs into threaded insert in side tables. Position legs exactly as shown. Do not completely tighten bolts. (2)

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To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury, fire or death: · Do not store a spare LP gas cylinder under or near the LP gas grill. · Do not remove guards or devices to prevent storage of spare cylinder under an LP gas grill. STEP 2) Install LP Cylinder Storage Guard: Place the LP Cylinder Wire Guard at an angle through the first and second to last openings of the Bottom Shelf. (FIG. 2A) From the bottom side align the Wire rings with the threaded inserts in the Bottom Shelf. (FIG. 2B) Install the

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To reduce the risk of injury from handling or lifting: · Assembly may require help from another person. Step 3) Assemble Bottom Shelf to Legs: • Place the Leg/Side Table/LegAssemblies opposite each other with the velcro patches on same side. (FIG. 3) • Place Bottom Shelf upside down inside the Legs. Align the bolt holes of the Bottom Shelf and Legs. Fasten with the 1/4-20 x 1-3/8” bolts, but do not tighten completely. Note: Do not align large hole in bottom shelf with axle holes in legs. (7

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Step 4) Assemble Wheels, Casters, and LP Cylinder Support: • Thread Caster Wheels into the Right Side Legs and tighten securely using a 3/4” wrench or socket. (FIG. 4A) • Place Cylinder Support on bottom side of Cart Assembly with Cylinder Lock Bolt towards the end of the Cart Assembly. (FIG. 4B). Secure with four (8) 1/4”-20 x 1/2” Bolts. • Slide Axle through large holes in the Left Side Wheel Legs. Press the Wheel Assemblies onto each end of the Axle until the spring clip locks into place. (F

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To reduce the risk of injuries: · Wear protective gloves when handling parts that have sharp edges to prevent cuts. · This assembly may require help from another person to prevent handling or lifting injury. Step 5) Assemble Grill Body to Cart: • Remove the Bottom panel from the Grill Body. • Lay Grill Body on its back with the control panel facing up. Place Cart Assembly Legs around the Grill Body. (FIG. 5A) • Align slotted holes on sides of Grill Body with holes in edges of legs. (FIG. 5B)

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Step 6) Install Control Knobs, Fabric Panel, and Hood Handle: • Align the flat keyed hole in the Control Knobs with the keyed stem of the Control valves. Push the Control Knobs onto the Valve stem. (FIG. 6A) • Open the Hood and position the handle with the bolt heads facing up. Align the threaded holes in the handle with the two holes in the hood. Secure using two M6 x 10 Bolts and two M6 Washers. ( FIG. 6B) • Attach the Fabric Panel by aligning it with the curved edge of the Lower Shelf and

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To reduce the risk of a cut injury: · Wear protective gloves when handling parts that have sharp edges. Step 7) Install Bottom Panel and Grease Tray: Slide the Bottom Panel into the track at the bottom of the grill body. (FIG. 7A) Secure Bottom Panel into Body Assembly with a ST 4.0 x 10 Screw on each side. (FIG. 7B) Insert the Foil Pan into the Grease Tray and slide the Grease Tray into the guides of the Bottom Panel all the way. (FIG. 7C) (25) Screw, ST4.0 x 10 (16) Bottom Panel (26) Foil Dri

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Step 8) Install Flame Diffuser: Place a Flame Diffuser in the guides over each Burner. (FIG. 8) (28) Flame Diffuser Flame Diffuser Guides FIG. 8 Step 9) Install Cooking Grids: Place Cooking Grids onto the front and back Bowl ridges over the Flame Diffusers and Main Burners. (FIG. 9) (29) Cooking Grid (29) Cooking Grid FIG. 9 10

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CONNECTING/DISCONNECTING THE GAS USING GAS · Never fill the LP gas cylinder more than 80% of cylinder volume. (20 lb. maximum) Do not ask the propane supplier to over-fill the cylinder. · If you obtain LP gas through a cylinder exchange CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD dealer, make sure you get a safe and adequate O.P.D. · This appliance can produce carbon monoxide which cylinder. (See page 23) Use only a licensed LP gas has no odor. Using it in an enclosed space can kill you. cylinder dealer. · Ne

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4) Turn the adjusting knob clockwise to secure LP OPERATING AND MAINTINING cylinder inside support bracket. (FIG. 13A) YOUR LP GAS GRILL BEFORE USING YOUR LP GAS GRILL INSTALLATION CODES To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury or death: · This installation must conform with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with either the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1, or Propane Storage and Handling Code, B149.2 or the St

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How to perform a leak test: 8) If “growing” bubbles appear on any of the connection points, you have detected a gas leak. Immediately close Supplies Needed for a Leak Test: Clean paint brush, water the LP cylinder valve by turning handle clockwise. and dish washing liquid. A) If leak appears at either end of hose and regulator 1) Use an LP Cylinder equipped with an OPD (Overfill assembly, retighten the connection at the leak, but do Prevention Device) and have it filled at an authorized LP

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6. If any of the burners fail to light,repeat Step 4. The burner MANUAL LIGHTING THE GRILL should light within three or four attempts. If any or all burners fail to light after three or four attempts following Steps 4-6, turn all knobs to the “Off” position and close To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury or death: the LP gas cylinder valve to dissipate any accumulated · Open Hood before lighting the grill to prevent an gas. Wait five minutes; then repeat the lighting explosion from

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CHECK YOUR FLAME ROASTING HOOD COOKING Your burners have been preset by the manufacturer for opti- mal flame performance. A blue flame, possibly with a small yellow tip, is the result of the optimal air To avoid burns from the hot air and steam trapped and gas mixture. (FIG. 14) inside: · Open the hood carefully when grill roasting. Yellow Tip 1) Closing the Hood forms an ‘oven’ and traps a large amount of heat for roasting whole meats, chickens, etc. Therefore, it is IMPORTANT that the burner

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CARE AND MAINTENANCE · If you notice grease or other hot material dripping from the grill onto the valve, hose, or regulator, turn off the gas supply immediately. After the grill has cooled, determine the cause and correct it. After cleaning the valve and hose and regulator assembly, To reduce the risk of a cut injury: perform a leak test before continuing use. (See · Be careful or wear protective gloves when cleaning grill Performing a Leak Test.) parts that have sharp edges. · Do not ope

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CLEANING THE BURNERS How to Clean the Burners: 1) Make sure the LP cylinder grill control knobs are turned OFF; and the grill is completely cooled. 2) Carefully remove Cooking Grids and Flame Diffusers. 3) Remove the Control Knobs. Control Panel To reduce the risk of a fire beneath the grill: · Inspect and clean burner/venturi tubes for insects and insect nests. · Be sure burners are re-installed properly before using grill. · Inspect burners periodically, if large cracks or holes FIG. 1

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Re-assembly of the Burners: 9) Lift Burner up from the back and pull it towards the rear. In 1) After cleaning, refit the Burners. Slide Electrode into order to clear the warming rack, lean the burner to one side keyhole slot and lay aside. (FIG. 15E) and gently pull the burner mouth away from the valve 2) Lift Manifold Shield up so you may see to slide Burner nozzle. (FIG. 15D) Venturi over valve nozzle. (FIG.15G) Be sure the burner is positioned correctly over the nozzle. (FIG. 15H) Lowe

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1) Disconnect LP gas cylinder from grill and store outside, in STORAGE a dry, well-ventilated area, away from any sources of heat or ignition. Re-cap LP cylinder valve with the Safety Cap. 2) Wrap the burners with aluminum foil to prevent insects from entering the burner holes. To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury or death: 3) You may wrap the Cooking Grid and Flame Diffuser in · Store your LP gas grill in a cool dry place. Do not aluminum foil and place inside the Hood or stor

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TROUBLESHOOTING Possible Cause: Solution: Problem: Make sure burner tube is over the gas nozzle. Burner will not light Burner is not connected to using the Igniter Valve. When lighting the Burner, push-in and turn control panel knob Not pausing long enough counter-clockwise until you feel resistance. Pause 4 seconds, then before clicking the Ignitor continue turning the knob to the high position. Button Check gap between burner and electrode. Electrode should not No spark touch burner. There s

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