Aussie 6T01U00SS1 user manual

User manual for the device Aussie 6T01U00SS1

Device: Aussie 6T01U00SS1
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LP Gas Grill Users Manual
Table Top Grill
6T01U00SS1
For Outdoor Household Use Only. Not for Commercial Use.
DANGER WARNING
! !
• This instruction manual contains im-
If you smell gas:
portant information necessary for
1. Shut off gas to the appliance.
the proper assembly and safe use of
2. Extinguish any open flame.
this appliance. Failure to follow these
3. Open lid.
instructions could result in death or
4. If odor continues, keep away from
serious injury from explosion or fire.
the appli

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2 DANGER ! CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD This appliance can produce carbon monoxide, an odorless toxic gas. Us- ing it in an enclosed space can kill you. Never use this appliance in an enclosed space, such as a camper, tent, car, boat or home. This appli- ance is not intended for and should never be used as a heater. WARNING ! To reduce the risk of serious injury or death from fire or explosion: • Never leave grill unattended • Never use alcohol, prescription or non-prescripti

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3 Packing List Grill Body Regulator Housing Assembly Warming Rack (inside) Cooking Grid (inside) Flavor Activator (inside) Owner’s Manual and Warranty Card (not pictured) Detailed Parts List and Illustrations may be found on pages 18 and 19. When ordering parts, it is VERY important to have the complete Model Number to receive the correct replacement parts for your grill. The grill model number and serial number are printed on the label located on the i

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4 Preparation for Assembly Remove grill and all packaging materials from the carton and place on a clean level surface. Some parts are packed inside the grill body. Remove, unpack and inspect these parts as well. NOTE: Before using your grill, read the instructions and your manual. For easier set-up and assembly, follow instructions of each step in the order they are written as you look at the dia- grams. If accessories mentioned in certain assembly steps do not come with your model, skip that

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5 WARNING ! To reduce the risk of serious injury or death from fire or explosion: • Be sure the grill has cooled completely before removing the drip tray. • Be sure to empty and re-install the drip tray after each use. CAUTION ! To reduce the risk of a laceration hazard, wear protective gloves when handling parts that have sharp edges. Drip Tray Access The Drip Tray is accessed for cleaning by rotating the spring tab and sliding the tray out from under the grill. Note: Shown without Igniter S

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6 Using Gas LP Gas Cylinder DANGER ! If you see, smell, or hear the hiss of LP gas escaping from the cylinder: 1. Do not attempt to light appliance. 2. Extinguish any open flame. 3. Disconnect from fuel supply. Carbon Monoxide Hazard • This appliance can produce carbon monoxide which has no odor. Using it in an enclosed space can kill you. • Never use this appliance indoors, on recreational vehicles, or boats. WARNING ! To reduce the risk of serious injury or death from fire or explosio

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7 NOTE: If the regulator assembly is not working properly and you need a replacement, contact: Customer Service at 1-800-251-7558 or go to www.aussiegrills.com. Be sure to have the grill model number and serial number printed on the label located on the inside surface of th

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8 Before Using Your LP Gas Grill Installation Codes WARNING ! To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury or death from fire or explosion: • 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 Standard for Recreational Vehicles, ANSI A 119.2/NFPA 1192 and CSA Z240 RV Series, recreational Vehicle Co

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9 How to Perform A Leak Test - “FIRST TIME USE” and as recommended on previous page Supplies Needed for a Leak Test: • Clean paint brush • Water • Dish washing liquid • Empty clean bowl or can for solution 1. Make sure the regulator knob is turned to the “Off” position and verify that the LP Gas Cylinder is tightened securely to the regulator. 2. Mix one part of water with one part of dish washing liquid. 3. Brush mix on Regulator, Propane Cylinder and connection as indicated by the heavy ar

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10 Lighting the Grill WARNING ! To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury or death from fire or explosion: • Open Hood before lighting the grill to release trapped gas. • During failed lighting attempts, or if the Burner goes out during operation, turn Control Knob “Off” to dissipate any accumulated gas. Wait five minutes before repeating lighting procedure. Lighting Grill Using the Pulse-Spark Ignitor 1. Open the Hood. 2. Push the Regulator Knob in and turn 270 degrees (or 3/4 turn) counterc

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11 Manually Lighting the Grill Match 1. Open the Hood. IMPORTANT: Make sure Regulator Knob is turned “Off.” 2. While holding a lit match near the burner (Fig. 4), push the Regulator Knob in and turn 270 degrees (or 3/4 turn) counterclockwise to the High position (Fig. 2). If Burner goes out during operation, turn Regulator Knob to the “Off” position. Open Hood and wait five minutes before attempt- ing to relight the grill to allow any accumulated gas to dissipate. Fig. 4 Check the Flame W

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12 Cooking On the Gas Grill WARNING ! To reduce the risk of serious injury or death from fire, explosion or burn hazard: • Never use charcoal or lighter fluid in your gas grill. Keep this outdoor cooking appliance clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable vapors and liquids. • Keep any electrical supply cord and regulator hose away from any heated surfaces. • Make sure there are no gas leaks or obstructions to the flow of combustion and ventilation air before each

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13 Controlling Flare-ups: Flare-ups are part of cooking meats on a grill. This adds to the unique flavor of barbequed food. However, excessive flare-ups can overcook your food and create a dangerous situation for you and your grill. Excessive flare-ups may result from large amounts of fat on the food being cooked or the build up of grease in the grill. If excessive flare-ups occur, DO NOT pour water on the flames. This can cause grease to splatter and could result in serious burns or bodily

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14 Care and Maintenance Cleaning the Grill CAUTION ! To reduce risk of injury from laceration hazard, wear protective gloves when handling parts with sharp edges. Drip Tray: Remove the Drip Tray under the grill bowl after the grill has cooled completely. Scrape away food and fat residue from the Drip Tray. Empty and wash the Drip Tray with hot soapy water and a cloth. Grill Body: Remove excess grease and/or fat with a soft plastic or wooden scraper. Do not use steel wool or other abrasive cle

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15 5. Use a pipe cleaner to clear insect nests or debris from the inlet hole of Main Burner (Fig. 9) 6. Open up the Burner holes (Fig. 9) with a small nail or wire. Use a non-metallic brush to remove food particles and corrosion from the Burner surfaces. Fig. 9 Open up Main Burner holes with a small nail or wire. Pipe Cleaner 7. Check the Electrode to see if it is loose. If so, tighten the screw holding the Electrode to maintain 3/16” gap be- tween Electrode tip and Burner. NOTE: Before nex

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16 Emergencies Problem Possible Cause Solution Gas leaking from Mechanical failure due to rust Replace LP Gas Cylinder. LP Gas Cylinder or mishandling Gas leaking between Improper installation, con- Remove LP Gas Cylinder. Re-install correctly and LP Gas Cylinder and regula- nection not tight, failure of tighten. Replace Cylinder if damaged. See “Leak Test” tor connection seal on LP Gas Cylinder and “Connecting Regulator to LP Gas Cylinder” sections. Grease fire or excessive Too much grease b

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17 Troubleshooting Problem Possible Cause Solution Burners will not light using Burners not assembled correctly See re-assembly after cleaning in the ignitor “Care and Maintenance.” Not pressing igniter in enough Push Regulator Knob in and turn counterclockwise to the for spark. “High” position. Depress the Igniter Button until a loud click is heard. Repeat until the Burner lights. No spark - out of place, loose, 1. Electrode tip is bent (making too large or small of or broken. a gap betwe

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18 Parts Illustration 1 3 2 4 5 6 9 7 8 10 13 11 12 14 15 16 19 17 18 20 21

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19 Parts List Key Description Quantity 1 Thermometer 1 2 Thermometer Bezel 1 3 Hood 1 4 Hood Pivot Pin 2 4A Hood Pivot Pin Nut (not shown) 2 5 Hood Handle Bezel 2 6 Hood Handle 1 7 Warming Rack 1 8 Cooking Grid 1 9 Flavor Activator 1 10 Piezo Igniter 1 11 Igniter Housing 1 12 Electrode (wire not shown) 1 13 Burner 1 14 Regulator/Valve 1 15 Grill Firebowl 1 16 Regulator Housing 1 17 Leg Nut 4 18 Leg Bolt 4 19 Leg 4 20 Drip Tray 1 21 Match Holder 1 If you need replacement parts, refer to the Parts

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20 Limited Warranty MECO CORPORATION - LIMITED WARRANTY This product is warranted to the original consumer purchaser against defects in material and workmanship under normal outdoor household use and correct assembly (if assembled by the consumer purchaser). Burners are warranted for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase. Stainless steel parts are warranted for a period of one (1) year (for rust-through only) from the date of purchase. All other parts are warranted for a perio


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