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Gas Connection; Installation - Electrolux GSG 580 User's Installation And Servicing Manual

Gas supergrill/jet grill

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5. It is the responsability of the kitchen supervisor to warn
users of this appliance to wear suitable protective
clothing.
6. During normal operation, parts of this appliance will
become hot. Suitable precautions must, therefore, be taken
by the user to avoid accidental burns.
7. In the event of a fault developing, it is essential that the
appliance is isolated from the gas supply and a competent
person informed.
8. In the interest of safety and performance, regular
maintenance and servicing of the appliance is
important.To ensure that the appliance is in optimum
condition, periodical service and maintenance contracts
can be undertaken by the supplier. Equipment is inspected
and serviced by our engineers and, where necessary, faults
are rectified. Any replacement parts are quickly obtained
and fitted to bring the appliance into good working
condition.

GAS CONNECTION

Refer to the Date Badge (affixed to the lower Right Hand side
of the grill) to check that the appliance is compatible with the
available gas supply. The gas supply inlet is positioned at the
rear RH side of the appliance terminating in a Rp 3/8 (3/8"
BSP male taper) thread. For Natural Gas in UK, a gas
governor must be fitted in a supply as close to the appliance
as possible. For LP Gases, a low pressure regulator must be
fitted at the cylinder or supply tank.
The diameter of gas supply piping must not be smaller than
that of the appliance inlet (3/8" ID 9.5 mm). Long pipe runs
should be of a larger diameter in order to avoid excessive
pressure drops.
A gas Isolating Tap must be fitted in the gas supply pipe close
to the appliance for use in an emergency and to facilitate
servicing.
UPON COMPLETION OF THE INSTALLATION, THE
APPLIANCE AND SUPPLY PIPEWORK MUST BE
TESTED FOR GAS SOUNDNESS.
UPON SITING THIS APPLIANCE, AN
EQUIPOTENTIAL EARTH BOND CAN BE MADE
FROM THE GRILL AND ITS STAND TO ADJACENT
EQUIPMENT USING THE FIXED BOLTS LOCATED
AT THE REAR OF THE UNITS.

INSTALLATION

GENERAL
NOTE! It is necessary to employ a qualified engineer for the
installation and servicing of this appliance. It may be
necessary to change parts of appliance to suit the gas
supplied.
1. Before commencing installation remove all packaging.
Any protective film on the stainless steel panels may be
left on until installation is completed. HOWEVER all
protective film MUST BE REMOVED before the
appliance is commissioned.
2. Ensure that the area where the appliance is to stand is
level, and is capable of supporting the weight of the
appliance. If the support or surround is made of a
combustible material it is recommended that they shall be
clad by a suitable non-combustible heat insulating
material and that the local fire regulations are observed.
3. IMPORTANT: It is necessary to ensure an adequate
supply of fresh air to appliance for combustion and
ventilation. Kitchens require 20-40 changes of air per
hour.
4. THIS GRILL MUST NOT BE MOUNTED DIRECTLY
UPON A BENCH OR TABLE TOP, OR ON A SHELF.
The air necessary for safe combustion of the burners enters
from below the base of the appliance. Space, therefore,
must be allowed between the base of the appliance and the
supporting surface. A minimum of 50mm (2 inches) will
be sufficient. It is strongly recommended that use be made
of the optional Bench Stand, Wall Brackets, or Floor
Stand, in order to ensure a safe and comfortable working
height, and safe conditions.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE MOUNTED ON A
SELF OR SUPPORT ABOVE A COOKING RANGE
WITHOUT SPECIAL SUPORT AND A GOOD
VENTILATION.
5. This appliance should preferably be installed below the
hood of an extraction system incorporating filters.
Should the installation be required without a ventilation
hood then a minimum distance of 1500mm (60 inches)
must be allowed between the top of the appliance and any
overlying shelf or ceiling. A distance of 150mm (6 inches
should be maintained between the back and sides or the
appliance and adjacent walls.
6. REMEMBER TO ALLOW SUFFICIENT ROOM AT
THE FRONT OF THE APPLIANCE TO ENABLE THE
SAFE WITHDRAWAL OF THE TOAST GRID AND
BRANDER PLATE.
COMMISSIONING
1. Remove all protective film and packaging from the
appliance.
2. Turn off the gas supply at the isolating tap.
3. Check that the appliance Main Control Tap is in the OFF
position.
4. Remove the gas Control Knobs.
5. Remove the Control's Fascia and pull off the Piezo Cable.
6. Remove the pressure Test Point Sealing Screw.
7. Connect the pressure test gauge and replace Control
Knobs.
8. Turn ON the gas supply at Isolating tap.
9. Check for leaks at all joints inside the appliance AFTER
manually lighting Pilot and Main Burners. Following
lighting procedure.
10. Check than the gas pressure is correct when all Burners
are lit at FULL on. Adjust, if necessary, at the governor
(Natural Gas), or (if LP Gas) have the supplier of the gas
adjust the pressure at the tank or cylinder.
11. Check that the Main Burners and Pilot Burners extinquish
when the Main Control Tap is turned OFF.
12. Turn off appliance at the Control tap.
13. Turn OFF the gas supply at the Isolating Tap.
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