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PDF Content Summary: READ MANUAL BEFORE USECAST IRON BURNER This manual is for Barbour International "Bayou Classic" products only. If you are using another manufacturer’s product, refer to the manual supplied with that product. This Instruction Manual contains important information necessary for the proper and safe use of this burner. You must carefully read and follow all warnings and instructions in this manual before using this burner. KEEP THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE DANGER CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD Outdoor gas appliances can produce carbon monoxide which has no odor. Using outdoor gas appliances in an enclosed space can kill you. Never use outdoor gas appliance in an enclosed space such as a camper, tent, boat, car or home. NOT FOR COMMERCIAL USE For Questions and Information call us at: 1-800-864-6194 • Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm CST Barbour International, Inc. • 101 Cypress Way • Brandon, MS 39042 • thebayou.com CALIFORNIA PROP 65 WARNING: for California residents • Combustion by-products from the use of this product contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. • This product contains a chemical(s) known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other eproductive harm. MODEL #BG10 OWNER’S MANUAL SAFETY ALERTS, OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS GENERAL MAINTENANCE & STORAGE MODEL #BG12 MODEL #BG14 Safety Precautions & Warnings Outdoor gas appliances do not have automatic thermostat controls so must be attended and monitored at all times during use.
WARNING FIRE HAZARD READ MANUAL BEFORE USE NEVER LEAVE UNATTENDED WIND DIRECTION 20-IN 25-FT 10-FT OUTDOOR USE ONLY INSURE PROPER POSITIONING KEEP AWAY FROM FLAMMABLE OBJECTS KEEP AWAY FROM FLAMMABLE OBJECTS KEEP FLAMMABLE MATERIALS AWAY KEEP FLAMMABLE MATERIALS AWAY KEEP FLAMMABLE MATERIALS AWAY NEVER USE UNDER FLAMMABLE OVERHANG NEVER USE ON FLAMMABLE SURFACES AND KEEP PETS CHILDREN AWAY FROM COOKER AND KEEP PETS CHILDREN AWAY FROM COOKER NEVER LEAN OVER BURNER NEVER LEAN OVER BURNER NEVER LEAN OVER BURNER HOT DURING AND AFTER USE! USE THERMOMETER WHEN FRYING NO LID ON POT WHEN FRYING TRIP HAZARD WATCH YOUR STEP NO BARE FEET ALWAYS PERFORM GAS LEAK TEST KEEP FIRE EXTINGUISHER NEARBY
Failure to follow these instructions could result in fire or explosion which could cause property damage, personal injury or death! Remember: Think Safety and Use Common Sense! WARNING 1. DO NOT USE THIS CAST IRON BURNER ON GAS GRILLS! 2. Carefully follow assembly instructions, cooker positioning, gas leak testing, lighting and operating instructions that accompany you gas cooker. 3. LP (propane) gas is colorless, tasteless, heavier than air, and is both flammable and explosive. Combustion of propane consumes oxygen and produces carbon monoxide (a poisonous gas). Therefore, never operate an outdoor cooker inside a building or confined area where ventilation may be restricted. Make sure the LP Cylinder and the appliance is placed in an open area. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air. 4. In sunlight or other bright light, the flame may be almost invisible. After installation and checking for gas leaks, use extreme caution keeping hands, hair and clothing away from the cooker. Never put face or hands over burner while lighting. 5. This burner is for attended OUTDOOR COOKING use only. Do NOT use in a building, garage or any other enclosed area. Do NOT use on wooden decks, under roof overhangs, on porches, carports orat garage door openings. This burner is NOT intended to be installed in or on recreational vehicles and/or boats. 6. Do NOT locate a gas appliance under ANY overhead construction. Keep a minimum clearance of 10-ft from the sides, front and back of the appliance to ANY construction. Keep 25-ft away from any combustible material such as wood, household chemicals, paint, gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids. Make sure overhead is clear of combustible construction!
10-ft Clearance Typical Cooker Setup 10-ft Clearance Keep children and pets away at all times! 20-in Minimum 20-in Minimum
7. Outdoor gas cooker appliances do not have thermostat controls and must be attended and monitored at all times during use. 8. This part is not intended for and should NEVER be used as a heater or used indoors. 9. Use Bayou Classic appliances only in accordance with state and local ordinances and codes. In the absence of local codes, installation must conform with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54, Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases, ANSI/NFPA 58 or CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code; or CSA B149.2 Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code. 10. Bayou Classic® appliances, replacement parts, and accessories are not intended for use in a Commercial Setting. Failure to comply with these warnings and instructions can result in property damage, personal injury and death. GENERAL MAINTENANCE & STORAGE 1. Store cooker in a dry place. Do not store outside exposed to weather. Storage of a gas cooker appliance indoors is permissible only if the LP cylinder is disconnected. If storing cooker indoors, detach and leave LP cylinder outdoors. LP cylinders must be stored outdoors out of the reach of children and must NOT be stored in a building, garage or any other enclosed area. 2. Spiders and small insects have been known to spin webs inside the burner tube. Obstructions in the burner tube interfere with the flow and mixture of air and gas through the burner. A clogged burner tube may result in a back-flash fire toward the LPG hose and beneath the cooker appliance. If burnertube becomes clogged and air flow restricted, remove the burner from the frame and clean the burnertube with a stiff, bent wire. Inspect and clean inside the top burner ports as well. 3. For long term storage, cover the cast iron burner and regulator hose assembly in a plastic bag. 4. Turn air control shutter to closed position after each use to reduce chance of insect intrusion. 5. Do not tamper with or attempt repairs on the burner, frame, valves or LP cylinder. Allow only qualified LP gas dealers to make repairs. For replacement parts contact thebayou.com. Wind Direction 5. Do not tamper with or attempt repairs on the burner, frame, valves or LP cylinder. Allow only qualified LP gas dealers to make repairs. For replacement parts contact thebayou.com. 6. Always close LP cylinder valve and regulator control knob after use. Always use and store LP cylinder in an upright position. Never store or transport LP cylinders in occupied enclosures. 7. Check and tighten any loose hardware before each use. 8. Inspect entire appliance including regulator hose and burner assembly before each use. Replace any damaged or worn parts. ATTENTION: Propane Tanks, and outdoor gas appliances, come equipped with a safety device that restricts the flow of gas should the hose be cut or severed. While the safety device protects the operator, it can sometimes impair lighting the cooker. To reduce trouble lighting the cooker, always turn Regulator Control Knob/Valve to OFF position after every use! TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE SYMPTOM CAUSE POSSIBLE SOLUTION Burner lights but the flame Rapid gas flow from propane tank remains very small activates EXCESS FLOW safety device because Regulator Control Knob is not in OFF position Burner will not light Blockage in burner from spider webs, insects, dirt dobbers and debris Yellow, sooty, irregular flame Air shutter not adjusted correctly causing too much gas in mixture Repeat cooker lighting instructions and be certain to S-L-O-W-L-Y open cylinder valve one full turn, then S-L-O-W-L-Y open regulator control knob to light burner. It may be necessary to disconnect, then reconnect the regulator to the cylinder in order to reset the gas flow system. After doing this, make certain regulator control valve is turned to OFF position. Disconnect hose from burner. Clean and check burner for spiders, insect nests and debris Burner will not light Too much air and not enough gas Turn air shutter to almost closed and burner tube is clean position, then re-light the burner Not enough gas flow from Open propane tank valve all the propane tank way Low gas level in propane tank, or Check gas level in propane tank, tank is empty re-fill or exchange tank Adjust air shutter on the burner until flame is blue Blockage in burner Clean and check burner for spiders, insect nests and debris Hissing or gurgling sounds coming Water in burner Check burner for moisture, make sure through regulator hose assembly burner is dry from tank to burner Damaged hose Perform soapy water test to check for cracks in hose. Do not use the appliance if gas Gas leak Perform soapy water test to check all leaks cannot be stopped. connections Flame has gone out Low gas level in propane tank, or tank is empty NOTE: Replacement Parts can be purchased at thebayou.com or call 800-864-6194, M - F, 7:30 - 4:30 BCA000068-000 Check gas level in propane tank Too much wind Check wind direction and set cooker away from windy areas Blockage in burner Clean and check burner for spiders, insect nests and debris Water in burner Check burner for moisture, make sure burner is dry
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