Before using your Garth barbecue or oven , it is important that you:
No. Only two burners should be on at a time when the roasting hood is in the down position. If you have all the burners alight and the hood down you will damage or crack the hood and void your warranty.
This is known as a “flash-back”.
This is what you should do:
Do the following:
When connecting your gas cylinders, always perform a leak test of the gas connections and lines with a soapy water solution. Turn the gas bottle on without lighting the barbecue and check for bubbles.
You can refer to your product manual for further details on how to do this. If you do not have a printed copy of the product manual, search for your product in the Product Information section of this website, and download an online version.
If the leak persists, contact your local store of purchase for assistance or replacement.
Not all Garth barbecues have been approved for conversion to natural gas. It is advisable to first check the data plate and the operation and instruction manual that comes with your barbecue.
Once you have confirmed that the barbecue is approved for natural gas conversion, you will need to ensure that the work is carried out only by a registered Gas Fitter / Plumber. A certificate of compliance must be issued upon completion.
Conversion carried out by an unqualified person will automatically void your barbecue’s warranty.