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  • Page 1 User manual EGL4500X...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents GENERAL SAFETY GUIDELINES ......................5 GAS SAFETY GUIDELINES ........................5 PROPER USE ............................6 ECOLOGICAL DISPOSAL........................6 DIMENSIONS ............................7 PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS ......................8 EXAMPLES OF USE..........................9 Table of burners, nozzles and gas consumption characteristics ............10 Check for gas leaks ..........................11 General instructions about gas connection..................
  • Page 4 General informations This appliance is designed to be used in the home and in the open air. The use in a professional setting or any other use considered improper cause the immediate decline of the guarantee. The appliance meets the conformity requirements of current EEC standards. THIS MANUAL IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE PURCHASED PRODUCT, IT SHOULD BE PRESERVED FOR THE PRODUCT’S ENTIRE LIFESPAN.
  • Page 5: General Safety Guidelines

    Warnings General safety guidelines • NEVER REST INFLAMMABLE OBJECTS ON THE APPLIANCE: THIS MAY RESULT IN A FIRE IF THE APPLIANCE IS SWITCHED ON. • DO NOT LEAVE PACKING RESIDUE UNATTENDED • THIS APPLIANCE IS MANUFACTURED TO USE LPG AROUND THE HOME. SOLD IN APPROPRIATE BOTTLES AT AUTHORISED •...
  • Page 6: Proper Use

    Warnings Proper use Ecological disposal • THE APPLIANCE IS DESIGNED TO BE USED BY • THE PRODUCT PACKING IS MADE OF NON- ADULTS ONLY. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO POLLUTING, ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY AND APPROACH THE APPLIANCE OR USE IT AS A TOY. RECYCLABLE MATERIALS.
  • Page 7: Dimensions

    Installation Dimensions Version with trolley and side shelves NO. BURNERS 1385 1498 1595 1708...
  • Page 8: Preliminary Operations

    Installation Preliminary operations THE BARBECUE HAS BEEN DESIGNED AND BUILT TO COOK AND HEAT FOOD IN THE OPEN AIR. THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT DESIGNED FOR USE IN A PROFESSIONAL SETTING OR IN ENCLOSED SPACES. BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THE BARBECUE, THE INTERIOR SHOULD BE CLEANED OF ANY MANUFACTURING RESIDUE.
  • Page 9: Examples Of Use

    Installation Examples of use The outdoor area in which the barbecue is positioned must meet the following requirements: 1) there may be walls on all sides, but there must be at least one permanent doorway and no ceiling; 2) there may be no more than two side walls when there is a ceiling; 3) there may be partial overhead cover, including a ceiling, but with no more than two walls and with the following conditions: a) At least 25% of the total wall surface is completely open.
  • Page 10: Table Of Burners, Nozzles And Gas Consumption Characteristics

    Installation CONTACT YOUR NEAREST AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE TO CONNECT THE BARBECUE TO A METHANE SUPPLY (G20 AT 20 MBAR). REFER TO CURRENT REGULATIONS TO FIT OR REPLACE THE RUBBER PIPE. THE PIPE'S EXPIRY DATE IS PRINTED ON THE PIPE ITSELF. ENSURE THE PIPE IS REPLACED BEFORE THIS DATE. SHOULD THE GAS BOTTLE NOT BE FITTED WITH A STOP VALVE, A SHUT-OFF TAP SHOULD BE USED.
  • Page 11: Check For Gas Leaks

    Installation Check for gas leaks This check should be carried out immediately after connecting the gas and each time the appliance is reconnected after being unused for a time. Once the rubber pipe is connected to the gas supply, carry out the following operations: 1) Open the gas valve on the LPG bottle (or turn the shut-off tap if methane supplied).
  • Page 12: Description Of The Barbecue

    Installation Description of the barbecue A Side work surface B Drip pan C Exhaust vents D Enamelled cast iron grills E Side cooking surface F Griddle G Top drawer H Bottom drawer I Gas bottle cupboard door L Control knobs M Wheel with brake N Wheel without brake O Cooking lid...
  • Page 13: Description Of Symbols

    Installation Description of symbols Piezoelectric ignition Maximum flame Minimum flame Burner off Cooking lid Stainless steel fitted with a handle. Can be used while cooking and to keep food heated. SWITCH ON THE BURNERS ONLY WHEN THE LID IS LIFTED. THE LID BECOMES HOT WHILE COOKING.
  • Page 14: Side Work Surface

    Installation Side work surface Stainless steel work surface. It is fastened to the barbecue structure. THE SIDE WORK SURFACE IS DESIGNED TO 20 Kg WITHSTAND A MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF 20 KG. Assembly instructions • Partially tighten the screws A (hexagon screws M5, 4 per side), with washers, in the threaded inserts on the side of the barbecue.
  • Page 15: Side Cooking Surface

    Installation Side cooking surface Stainless steel with burner and cast-iron grid. Fastened to the barbecue structure. Piezoelectric ignition. The gas is connected in series with the barbecue burners. Supplied with a cover with the sole purpose of protecting the burner when not in use.
  • Page 16: Side Cooking Surface Gas Connection

    Installation Side cooking surface gas connection THE APPLIANCE IS ALREADY REGULATED TO OPERATE WITH LPG (G30/31 AT 28-30/37MBAR). NEVER CONNECT THE PIPES DIRECTLY TO THE GAS BOTTLE: A PRESSURE REGULATOR MUST ALWAYS BEEN INTERPOSED. 1) Unscrew the 4 screws A and remove the sheet B at the back of the barbecue. 2) The pipe G is provided already connected to the end N of the gas ramp of the hob.
  • Page 17: Wheel-Mounted Bottle Trolley

    Installation Wheel-mounted bottle trolley Made of stainless steel 18/10. Fitted with two fixed wheels and two pivot wheels with brake. Designed to contain the gas bottle, but can also be fitted with drawers or additional cupboards depending on the width. 25 Kg THE DRAWERS ARE DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND A MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF 25 KG.
  • Page 18: Adjusting The Door

    Installation Adjusting the door The hinge on the door can be adjusted by turning the screws indicated by the arrows in the adjacent diagram. ADJUST THE DOOR ONCE INSTALLATION IS COMPLETE. + 2,8 mm Adjustment of the drawer height The clips of height adjustment are located in the lower side and at the right and left ends of the drawer. •...
  • Page 19: Accessories On Request

    Installation Accessories on request Utensil holder The utensil holder is a steel frame for storing utensils and tools inside the gas bottle compartment. To fit the holder, proceed as follows: • open the door of the gas bottle compartment; • place the frame onto the 4 fastening pins A already secured to the inside of the door;...
  • Page 20: Chopping Board

    Installation Chopping board PVC Chopping board A for food preparation, incorporated in the stainless steel side working surface B. The chopping board is removable and dishwasher-safe. KEEP THE CHOPPING BOARD AWAY FROM WARMING SOURCES SINCE IT COULD WARP AND MELT. Utensils and paper roll holder Stainless steel, to be applied on the side working surface;...
  • Page 21: Positioning The Internal Components

    Positioning the internal components Before beginning to cook, check the burners, flame spreaders, deflectors, grills and griddle are correctly in place. The figure shows the correct sequence for positioning the burners A, flame spreaders B, the deflectors E, grills C and the griddle D. •...
  • Page 22: Lighting The Burners

    Lighting the burners 1) Press the knob and turn the indicator to the symbol : the ignition clicks and the pilot light switches on simultaneously. To generate other discharges, hold down the knob while turning the indicator repeatedly to the symbol 2) Once the burner is lit, turn the indicator to position .
  • Page 23: Cooking Tips

    Cooking tips Some suggestions for getting the best out of your barbecue are given below. Please remember that cooking times and intensities may vary according to personal taste. Direct cooking: when food is cooked directly on the grill under which the burner is lit. Indirect cooking: when food is cooked on the grill adjacent to the one with the lit burner.
  • Page 24: Burner Use Table

    Burner use table TEMPERATURE BURNER SETTING 230 - 250 °C Maximum setting ( High heat. Preheating before cooking begins. 200 °C Medium-maximum setting Medium-high heat. For direct cooking of thin cuts of meat, fish and vegetables. 160-180 °C Intermediate setting Medium heat.
  • Page 25: Cleaning The Barbecue

    Cleaning and Maintenance Cleaning the barbecue For optimum cleaning in accordance with manufacturing characteristics, use products that are not excessively aggressive. TO CLEAN THE METAL INTERNAL PARTS, WE RECOMMEND WEARING WORK GLOVES. Stainless steel After each use, and when the appliance has cooled down, we recommend cleaning the external and internal parts and the stainless steel accessories to help the barbecue last longer.
  • Page 26: Burners

    Cleaning and Maintenance Burners Periodically check that the burners light properly and that no gas outlet holes are clogged. If a burner does not light fully, it may be sufficient to use compressed air to clear the holes clogged with dust or the like. If this is not effective, disassemble the burners and clean them thoroughly (e.g.
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