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Aussie WALK-A-BOUT 4280

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Not for Commercial Use. DANGER ! WARNING ! Need Help? Need to Register Your Grill? Looking for Aussie Parts & Accessories? Visit us online at Or call Aussie Customer Service at 1 800 251 7558 If you smell gas: 1. Shut off gas to the appliance. 2. Extinquish any open flame. 3. Open lid. 4. If odor continues, keep away from the appliance and immediately call your gas supplier or your fire department. Failure to follow these instructions could result in fire or explosion which could cause property

Aussie WALK-A-BOUT 4201

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STARTING A FIRE To reduce the risk of hood catching fire and flame-up: · Make certain you leave the Hood all the way open until the flames have died down. · Should electrically operated starters be used, be sure they are properly grounded according to local codes. Electrical cords should be placed away from walkways or traffic areas. · Do not use lighter fluid, an electric fire starter solid, or chimney starters with instant light charcoal. This could cause flame-ups, unpleasant fumes and odors.

Aussie VANTAGE 6805

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Remove Grill and all the packaging from carton and place on floor. Make sure there are no loose parts. 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 diagrams. If accessories mentioned in certain assembly steps do not come with your model, skip that step and proceed to the next step that applies to your model. If you have any questions or need help, contact Cus

Aussie VANTAGE 6804

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Need Help? Need to Register Your Grill? Looking for Aussie Parts & Accessories? Visit us online at Or call Aussie Customer Service at 1 800 251 7558 WARNING ! DANGER ! • Failure to follow these intructions could result in fire or explosion which could cause death, serious personal injury, or property damage. • Read and follow instructions carefully before assembly or use. • Do not use this product for any other purpose than which it is intended. • These instructions must be kept with the user. S

Aussie VANTAGE 6122S8X641

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The Burner can also be lit manually, see Manual Lighting of the Grill on page 28. Manually 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 prevent an explosion from gas build-up. 1. Open the Hood. 2. IMPORTANT: Make sure Control Knobs are turned “Off.” (Fig. 4 - P.27) 3. Turn the LP Gas Cylinder valve open counterclockwise until it stops. (Fig. 5- P.27) 4. Locate match-lighting hole at the right en

Aussie VANTAGE 6112S8X641

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Model 6112 ONLY Be sure to route the regulator hose UNDER the Fig. 3 Clyinder Retainer Wire as shown below. 26 26 6. If “growing” bubbles appear on any of the connection points, you have detected a gas leak. Immediately close the LP Gas Cylinder valve by turning handle clockwise a. If leak appears at either end of hose and regulator assembly, retighten the connection at the leak, but do not over-tighten. (NOTE: Only hand tighten at coupling nut in Fig. 1 shown on previous page) Repeat Leak Test.

Aussie pmn

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Category: Convection Ovens

6)Hand tighten coupling nut in a clockwise direction. Do not use tools. 7)Mix one cup of water with one cup of dishwashing liquid. 8) Open the valve on LP gas cylinder (Turn the knob on the LP gas cylinder counter-clockwise.) 9)Check for leaks by brushing the soap solution on all LP gas connections and fittings (such as those shown by the heavy arrows in the diagram below.) Make sure you generously brush the locations with the soap solution, completely surrounding the connections and fittings. 1

Aussie MECO 7110

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NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE. • Failure to follow these instructions could result in fire or explosion which could cause death, serious personal injury, or property damage. • Read and follow instructions carefully before assembly or use. • Do not use this product for any other purpose than which it is intended. • These instructions must be kept with the user. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. If you smell gas: 1. Shut off gas to the appliance. 2. Extinguish any open flame. 3. Open lid. 4. If odor continues, ke

Aussie Kanga

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•Handle the Grill Body carefully to protect the Body finish. ASSEMBLY CONTINUED NEXT PAGE. GRILL BODY BOTTOM BODY PANEL 14 STEP 6-(CONTINUED) ASSEMBLE GRILL BODY TO CART- KANGA MODELS •Turn Grill Body upside down and position between cart legs with the Hose and Regulator on the Wheel Leg end. Do not lay Grill Body on, or step on, the Hose and Regulator. •Align slotted holes on sides of Grill Body with CASTER LOCK 6mm X 110mm BOLT 6mm X 110mm BOLT SPACER WINGNUT BODY holes through edges of legs (

Aussie Joey 7110.7.641

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Always check especially after long periods of storing the grill. If the flame is significantly yellow in color, the amount of LP gas in the air/LP gas mixture is not correct. This could be due to a blocked burner from grease drippings or from insects building a nest inside the burner or burner opening. See How to Clean the Burners. GRILL COOKING To reduce the risk of serious bodily injury, death or grill damage: · Always make sure the Grease Cup is empty and properly installed in the wire ring u





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