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Outsign 110 User Manual

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  • Page 1 O U T S I G N G A S M O D E L S 1 1 0 - 1 1 1 - 1 2 0 - 1 2 1 O u t d o o r C o o k i n g S y s t e m 1 3 1 2 C M 5 6 1 8 www.outsign-elements.com...
  • Page 2 Characteristics / Models 110 - 111 - 120 - 121 OUTSIGN GAS BURNER 4.7 kw 4.7 kw 4.7 kw 4.7 kw PERFORMANCE PRESSURE 27-38 mbar 27-38 mbar 50 mbar 50 mbar < to 33 cm dia. < to 33 cm dia.
  • Page 3 Which model do you have ? Refer to the data plate on your appliance (see diagram below to identify the OUTSIGN model you have bought. The data plate is located on the right-hand door hinge of the appliance. It indicates the equipment, the options and the settings of your OUTSIGN.
  • Page 4 Description / Model 110 - 120 MODEL 110 (27/38 MBAR) - MODEL 120 (50 MBAR): SMALL GAS BOTTLE (5-6 KG OF GAS) Weight: 45 to 70 kg - Height: 93 cm – Overall external diameter: 68 cm – Burner performance: 4.7 kw Enamelled, cast-iron, interchangeable plancha or grid.
  • Page 5 Description / Model 111 - 121 MODEL 111 (27/38 MBAR) - MODEL 121 (50 MBAR): GAS BOTTLE (17 KG OF GAS) Weight : 45 to 70 kg - Height : 93 cm – Overall external diameter : 68 cm – Burner performance : 4.7 kw Enamelled, cast-iron, interchangeable plancha or grid.
  • Page 6 Description / Options Cooking dome Handles for plancha or grill Surround table Handle / Hook for accessories Side table Plancha Protective cover Underside uppermost : provides protection from residual heat after use and also weather-protection Top side: trivet for the grid or a serving dish Steel storage baskets Retractable wheels kit...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Index PART 1 / SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS • Warnings 8 - 9 • Instructions relating to the use of gas 9 - 10 • Maintenance, Troubleshooting and After-sales Service • Guarantee 11 - 12 - 13 - 14 PART 2 / INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE •...
  • Page 8: Part 1 / Safety Instructions

    • Keep electric cables away from the heating elements during use; • Clean your OUTSIGN gas cooking system thoroughly and regularly. When cleaning the knob and the burners, take care not to enlarge the orifices; • This appliance must be kept at a distance from inflammable materials during use...
  • Page 9: Instructions Relating To The Use Of Gas

    • Before using your Outsign gas appliance for the first time after an extended period in storage or out of use, inspect it carefully for any sign of a gas leak and/or clogged burners;...
  • Page 10 Then open the casing and wait five minutes before attempting to relight the barbecue in accordance with the lighting instructions; • The OUTSIGN cooking system is designed for use with propane or butane gas only. Butane and propane are not natural gases. Any attempt to covert to or to use natural gas with an appliance fired by butane or propane is dangerous and will invalidate the guarantee;...
  • Page 11: Maintenance, Troubleshooting And After-Sales Service

    Guarantee Cookout SAS (Outsign) hereby guarantees the ORIGINAL PURCHASER of the OUTSIGN gas barbecue that the product is free from any material or manufacturing defects for the period specified hereinafter with effect from the date of purchase: Aluminium casing...
  • Page 12 Please return this coupon to us at the address below in order to validate the guarantee. COOKOUT SAS 393 chemin de Crêt Nant - Z.A Le Vernay 74290 Alex - France You can also register on our web site : www.outsign-elements.com NAME : ..................................FIRST NAME : ................................ADDRESS : ..................................
  • Page 13 2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Guarantee (continued) The company, COOKOUT, may request reasonable proofs of your date of purchase; retain your till receipt or invoice. This guarantee is limited to repair or replacement of the defective parts, subject to normal use and correct maintenance of the appliance, following confirmation by the company COOKOUT that the said parts are indeed defective.
  • Page 14: Unpacking The Appliance

    2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Unpacking the appliance The appliance is delivered in appropriate packaging. When the appliance is delivered, please check that the appliance is not damaged; Do not use a cutter or any metal tool to remove packaging in case you scratch the external surfaces. The appliance is unpacked in two stages: •...
  • Page 15: Operating The Doors

    2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Operating the doors OPENING THE DOORS • Pull the left-hand door towards you about10 mm in order to release the catch in the rebates on the doors • Open the door with a rotating movement to the left as far as the silicon stop •...
  • Page 16 2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Handling the appliance TO LIFT THE APPLIANCE Never use the handles attached to the doors or the side table to lift the appliance. If the system is not fitted with the mobility kit, it should be carried by two people holding it from underneath and supporting it by the top. First, remove the cooking accessory and the gas bottle.
  • Page 17 2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Handling the appliance (continued) DIRECTING THE MOVEMENT OF THE APPLIANCE • Hold the rim as you would the steering wheel of a car to drive and guide it. • You can also hold the side table as a handle bar if this is fitted. Remember : Under no circumstances use the side table or the handles to carry the appliance.
  • Page 18: Installing The Cooking Accessories

    2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Handling the appliance (continued) POSITIONING THE JUICES COLLECTION TUBE AND ITS SUPPORT Having positioned the juices collection tube, place a container under the tube on the shelf. Do not use a plastic container; use a container able to withstand temperatures of 280°...
  • Page 19: Connecting The Liquid Propane Or Butane Bottle 20 - 21

    1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Connecting the liquid propane or butane bottle BOTTLE TYPES FOR MODELS 111 AND 121 FOR MODELS 110 AND 120 Diameter or width: 33 cm Diameter or width: 33 cm Maximum height: 62 cm Maximum height: 62 cm...
  • Page 20 The hose, the pressure reducer and the bottle are usually supplied by your gas supplier. The hose/pressure-reducer assembly must comply with local and national regulations and be appropriate for the gas cylinder used and for the type of gas and the nominal pressure for this OUTSIGN cooking appliance, 28-30 / 37 (28-30 mbar butane pressure reducer or 37 mbar propane pressure reducer).
  • Page 21 2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Connecting the liquid propane or butane bottle (continued) IMPORTANT : It is strongly recommended to check the condition of the flexible hose before each use and always to replace it immediately if it is damaged.
  • Page 22 2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Connecting the liquid propane or butane bottle (continued) RUN OF THE FLEXIBLE HOSE • The flexible hose must pass through the opening in the internal shelf provided for it and then guided towards the underside of the cooking system such that no loop is created where the doors close (see diagram below).
  • Page 23 • In the case of a leak, tighten up the connectors using an adjustable wrench. It is also recommended to change the bottle and to install a new one. Retest tightness using a soap and water solution. If the leak persists, shut off the gas. DO NOT USE THE OUTSIGN COOKING SYSTEM. Contact customer...
  • Page 24: Before Each Use

    • On inspection, there is no sign of cracking on the hose. Your appliance may be equipped with silicone bowls for cooking juices, adapted specifically and exclusively to the OUTSIGN grill model. In this case, each time the cooking system is used, check that there is no accumulation of juices in the bowls.
  • Page 25: Lighting Instructions

    2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Lighting instructions TO LIGHT THE BURNERS USING THE LIGHTER • Open the tap on the gas cylinder • Press the lighter (Fig. 1) until you hear a spark has been produced; •...
  • Page 26: To Extinguish

    2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Lighting instructions (continued) TO LIGHT THE BURNERS WITH A MATCH Inside the casing, under the upper rim, there are small openings which allow direct access to one rack of burners using a long match. •...
  • Page 27: Temperature And Cooking

    This may give rise briefly to a slight odour; • Light the Outsign appliance and leave the plancha to heat for a few minutes at maximum heat (the plancha should be very hot), then reduce the heat before placing the foodstuffs.
  • Page 28: Recommendations And Safety Instructions

    Change the1.5 VCC battery as soon as there is no longer a spark at the electrode. You can access the battery by unscrewing the supporting plate behind the push-button, in turn accessible from the inside of the OUTSIGN system (as shown in the illustration below).
  • Page 29: Storage

    2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Recommendations and safety instructions (continued) THERMOCOUPLE, IGNITION ELECTRODE AND INJECTOR Clean the thermocouple, the ignition electrode and the injector regularly (every 6 months if the appliance is used regularly). Check the control valve turns properly. If this is not the case, replace the faulty component by contacting Customer Services (Section: “Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Customer Services”).
  • Page 30: Troubleshooting Guide

    2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Troubleshooting guide PROBLEMS POSSIBLE CAUSES SOLUTIONS • Impossible to light the burner • Blocked venturi • Clean the venturi • No spark when lighter is pressed. • The battery has been inserted incorrectly •...
  • Page 31 2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Troubleshooting guide POSITIONING OF THERMOCOUPLE AND ELECTRODE If the suggested solutions do not enable you to solve the problem, contact Customer Services (details provided in the Section “Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Customer Services” - sav@outsign-elements.com).
  • Page 32: Compliance

    1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CE 1312CM5618 compliance Outsign is a registered trademark of the company, Cookout SAS. WARNING : This product has been subjected to safety tests. It is authorised only for use in France and EEC member States under the following respective...
  • Page 33: Disposal

    2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Disposal This symbol indicates that the product may not be disposed of in the household waste. If you decide to throw away your barbecue, please contact Customer Services (details provided in the section “Maintenance, Troubleshooting and Customer Services).
  • Page 34: Injectors And Pressure To Burners

    2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 3. ANNEXES 1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Injectors and pressures to burners CATEGORY REDUCED FLOW SUPPLY PRESSURE BURNER INJECTOR NUMBER OF BURNERS INDEX SCREW MARKED 50 (mbar) G30 / G31 28-30 / 37 mbar 105 / 100 Full on G30 / G31 30 mbar 105 / 100...
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