To prepare the grill
The grill can be used with or without the
lava rocks, but always with water in the
trough. Without the lava rocks the rising
steam keeps the food being grilled
moist. Grilling with the lava rocks
creates a particularly intensive aroma.
^ Check that the drain tap is closed.
^ Remove the rack (or racks,
depending on model), lift up the
heating elements, and if not being
used, take the lava rock container
^ Fill the grill trough
– when grilling without lava rocks up
to marker line a with
approx. 2.5 litres of water (CS 1312)
approx. 4.0 litres of water (CS 1322).
– when grilling with lava rocks with
approx. 1.2 litres of water (CS 1312)
approx. 1.8 litres of water (CS 1322).
^ If using lava rocks, put the container
back in the grill trough.
^ Lower the heating elements again,
and put the rack back on it.
Switching on and off
The grill has 2 heating elements which
can be switched on and regulated
independently. Both elements can be
used together when grilling large
quantities of food. For smaller
quantities, the front element can be
used to grill the food whilst the rear
element can be used to keep food
warm at settings 3 or 4.
To switch the heating elements on or
off, the appropriate control is turned in
a clockwise or anti-clockwise direction.
lights up in the display after the
appliance has been switched on, and
goes out again once the grill has been