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Here is a list of our most frequently asked questions. If there is something you need help with and it is not listed below, please contact us at +356 2279 2113 or email at service@bullbbq.eu .

How do you hook up the side burner?

We recommend that any gas work is carried out by a certified gas installer.

Note: Use Teflon tape or gas thread paste on all threaded connections which are not of the flared type.
  1. If not present, connect a short double ended 3/8 female flare gas line to the back of the BBQ.
  2. Then connect a 3/8 Flare "T" Fitting to the gas line.
  3. From that connection, you will have two remaining access points.  One for the side burner and one for the Incoming gas.
  4. Make your connections and light it up.

  5. A test leak with soapy water is always recommended.

 

How do you light the backburner?

  1. Make sure the gas is on.
  2. Turn the knob slowly but stop before the ignition snaps, when you stop, hold the knob for 7-10 seconds. This allows the gas to 
      flow thru the Infrared Backburner for 7-10 seconds allowing the gas to migrate to the opposite side of the Backburner where the  
      ignition is located.
  3. After doing so proceed turning the knob to complete the snap.
  4. Once you hear the snap the gas will be ignited.

 
Does the fire pit have a hole for drainage?

Bull currently does not cut any holes for drainage, but if your plumber hooks up the gas to the burner you have to drill a hole into the cement board in order to get to the burner. So that provides an out for water.If you are using bottled gas in your fire table drill a drain hole in the bottom cement board for water draining.The burner pan is not water tight but is recommended not to be left exposed to heavy rainfall.Check if it is water logged before igniting.

How can I tell if I have a gas leak?

A good test is to mix a bit of water with dish soap. Then with a brush dab your connections with the soapy water, if you do indeed have a leak you will see your connection start to bubble.

The flame in the grill is higher in the back than in the front.

Needs some cleaning! Take the burners out, remove the cotter pins that are behind and beneath the BBQ and shake them or air gun them and get all the dirt out of the burners. Keep in mind that if your burners are bowed it is time for new ones.
If your grill is brand new out the box and your running L.P gas, then you might have a N.G Unit

The grill is not getting any gas.

Check the line. There is a chance that there is foam at the entrance of your gas line located in the back right corner of the grill. Might have a fouled regulator. There might be a gas leak plugging your regulator for safety.

The grill is not getting hot enough

Regulator might be restricting too much gas.Make sure you use original Bull gas fittings.

The flame is low

Valve might need replacing. Regulator might be restricting too much gas. Make sure you use original Bull gas fittings.

Fire is coming out of the front of the grill by the knobs

Burners either need to be cleaned, or there is something disturbing the flow of the gas making the gas travel back towards the valve and with the ignition igniting the gas you are getting fire right by the knobs.

They can smell gas when the grill is off.

Check all connections to the grill if there are no leaks then there is a chance that there is actually a leak right underneath the grill. To check it is easy, get in front of the grill and look at the valves from underneath. There is one screw that holds each valve into place. Tighten each one snuggly, this should be the solution.

The burners will light with a match only.

99% of the time Valves need to be replaced, the ignitions system has failed.

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Hier ist eine Liste unserer am häufigsten gestellten Fragen. Wenn es etwas gibt, bei dem Sie Hilfe benötigen und das unten nicht aufgeführt ist, kontaktieren Sie uns bitte unter +356 2279 2130 oder per E-Mail an service@bullbbq.eu.

Wie wird der Nachbrenner angezündet?

  1. Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Gas eingeschaltet ist.
  2. Drehen Sie den Knopf langsam, aber anhaltend, bevor die Zündung einrastet, wenn Sie anhalten, halten Sie den Knopf für 7-10 Sekunden gedrückt. Dadurch kann das Gas 7-10 Sekunden lang durch den Infrarot-Rückbrenner strömen, so dass das Gas auf die gegenüberliegende Seite des Rückbrenners wandern kann, wo sich die Zündung befindet.
  3. Drehen Sie anschließend den Knopf, um den Schnappvorgang abzuschließen.
  4. Sobald Sie das Schnappen hören, wird das Gas entzündet.
Woher weiß ich, ob ich ein Gasleck habe?

Ein guter Test ist es, ein wenig Wasser mit Geschirrspülmittel zu mischen. Tupfen Sie dann mit einer Bürste Ihre Verbindungen mit der Seifenlauge ab, wenn Sie tatsächlich ein Leck haben, werden Sie sehen, wie Ihre Verbindung zu blubbern beginnt.

Die Flamme im Grill ist auf der Rückseite höher als auf der Vorderseite.

Muss noch gereinigt werden! Nehmen Sie die Brenner heraus, entfernen Sie die Splinte, die sich hinter und unter dem Grill befinden, und schütteln Sie sie oder schießen Sie sie mit einem Luftgewehr und entfernen Sie den ganzen Schmutz aus den Brennern. Denken Sie daran, dass, wenn Ihre Brenner gebogen sind, es Zeit für neue ist.
Wenn Ihr Grill brandneu ist und Ihr L.P. Gas läuft, dann haben Sie vielleicht eine N.G. Einheit.

Der Grill bekommt kein Benzin.

Überprüfen Sie die Leitung. Es besteht die Möglichkeit, dass sich Schaum am Eingang Ihrer Gasleitung in der hinteren rechten Ecke des Grills befindet. Könnte einen verschmutzten Regler haben. Es könnte ein Gasleck geben, das Ihren Regler aus Sicherheitsgründen verstopft.

Der Grill wird nicht heiß genug.

Der Regler könnte zu viel Gas einschränken.

Die Flamme ist niedrig

Das Ventil muss möglicherweise ausgetauscht werden. Der Regler könnte zu viel Gas einschränken.

Das Feuer kommt aus der Vorderseite des Gitters durch die Knöpfe.

Brenner müssen entweder gereinigt werden, oder es gibt etwas, das den Gasstrom stört, so dass das Gas zurück zum Ventil fließt und mit der Zündung, die das Gas entzündet, erhalten Sie Feuer direkt an den Knöpfen.

Sie können Gas riechen, wenn der Grill ausgeschaltet ist.

Überprüfen Sie alle Verbindungen zum Grill, wenn es keine Undichtigkeiten gibt, dann besteht die Möglichkeit, dass tatsächlich eine Undichtigkeit direkt unter dem Grill vorliegt. Um zu überprüfen, ob es einfach ist, stellen Sie sich vor den Grill und betrachten Sie die Ventile von unten. Es gibt eine Schraube, die jedes Ventil an seinem Platz hält. Ziehen Sie jeden einzelnen fest an, das sollte die Lösung sein.

Die Brenner leuchten nur mit einem Streichholz.99% der Zeit, in der Ventile ausgetauscht werden müssen, ist das Zündsystem ausgefallen.

 
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Hier ist eine Liste unserer am häufigsten gestellten Fragen. Wenn es etwas gibt, bei dem Sie Hilfe benötigen und das unten nicht aufgeführt ist, kontaktieren Sie uns bitte unter +356 2279 2130 oder per E-Mail an service@bullbbq.eu.

Wie wird der Nachbrenner angezündet?

  1. Stellen Sie sicher, dass das Gas eingeschaltet ist.
  2. Drehen Sie den Knopf langsam, aber anhaltend, bevor die Zündung einrastet, wenn Sie anhalten, halten Sie den Knopf für 7-10 Sekunden gedrückt. Dadurch kann das Gas 7-10 Sekunden lang durch den Infrarot-Rückbrenner strömen, so dass das Gas auf die gegenüberliegende Seite des Rückbrenners wandern kann, wo sich die Zündung befindet.
  3. Drehen Sie anschließend den Knopf, um den Schnappvorgang abzuschließen.
  4. Sobald Sie das Schnappen hören, wird das Gas entzündet.
Woher weiß ich, ob ich ein Gasleck habe?

Ein guter Test ist es, ein wenig Wasser mit Geschirrspülmittel zu mischen. Tupfen Sie dann mit einer Bürste Ihre Verbindungen mit der Seifenlauge ab, wenn Sie tatsächlich ein Leck haben, werden Sie sehen, wie Ihre Verbindung zu blubbern beginnt.

Die Flamme im Grill ist auf der Rückseite höher als auf der Vorderseite.

Muss noch gereinigt werden! Nehmen Sie die Brenner heraus, entfernen Sie die Splinte, die sich hinter und unter dem Grill befinden, und schütteln Sie sie oder schießen Sie sie mit einem Luftgewehr und entfernen Sie den ganzen Schmutz aus den Brennern. Denken Sie daran, dass, wenn Ihre Brenner gebogen sind, es Zeit für neue ist.
Wenn Ihr Grill brandneu ist und Ihr L.P. Gas läuft, dann haben Sie vielleicht eine N.G. Einheit.

Der Grill bekommt kein Benzin.

Überprüfen Sie die Leitung. Es besteht die Möglichkeit, dass sich Schaum am Eingang Ihrer Gasleitung in der hinteren rechten Ecke des Grills befindet. Könnte einen verschmutzten Regler haben. Es könnte ein Gasleck geben, das Ihren Regler aus Sicherheitsgründen verstopft.

Der Grill wird nicht heiß genug.

Der Regler könnte zu viel Gas einschränken.

Die Flamme ist niedrig

Das Ventil muss möglicherweise ausgetauscht werden. Der Regler könnte zu viel Gas einschränken.

Das Feuer kommt aus der Vorderseite des Gitters durch die Knöpfe.

Brenner müssen entweder gereinigt werden, oder es gibt etwas, das den Gasstrom stört, so dass das Gas zurück zum Ventil fließt und mit der Zündung, die das Gas entzündet, erhalten Sie Feuer direkt an den Knöpfen.

Sie können Gas riechen, wenn der Grill ausgeschaltet ist.

Überprüfen Sie alle Verbindungen zum Grill, wenn es keine Undichtigkeiten gibt, dann besteht die Möglichkeit, dass tatsächlich eine Undichtigkeit direkt unter dem Grill vorliegt. Um zu überprüfen, ob es einfach ist, stellen Sie sich vor den Grill und betrachten Sie die Ventile von unten. Es gibt eine Schraube, die jedes Ventil an seinem Platz hält. Ziehen Sie jeden einzelnen fest an, das sollte die Lösung sein.

Die Brenner leuchten nur mit einem Streichholz.99% der Zeit, in der Ventile ausgetauscht werden müssen, ist das Zündsystem ausgefallen.

 
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Here is a list of our most frequently asked questions. If there is something you need help with and it is not listed below, please contact us at +356 2279 2113 or email at service@bullbbq.eu .

How do you hook up the side burner?

We recommend that any gas work is carried out by a certified gas installer.

Note: Use Teflon tape or gas thread paste on all threaded connections which are not of the flared type.
  1. If not present, connect a short double ended 3/8 female flare gas line to the back of the BBQ.
  2. Then connect a 3/8 Flare "T" Fitting to the gas line.
  3. From that connection, you will have two remaining access points.  One for the side burner and one for the Incoming gas.
  4. Make your connections and light it up.

  5. A test leak with soapy water is always recommended.

 

How do you light the backburner?

  1. Make sure the gas is on.
  2. Turn the knob slowly but stop before the ignition snaps, when you stop, hold the knob for 7-10 seconds. This allows the gas to 
      flow thru the Infrared Backburner for 7-10 seconds allowing the gas to migrate to the opposite side of the Backburner where the  
      ignition is located.
  3. After doing so proceed turning the knob to complete the snap.
  4. Once you hear the snap the gas will be ignited.

 
Does the fire pit have a hole for drainage?

Bull currently does not cut any holes for drainage, but if your plumber hooks up the gas to the burner you have to drill a hole into the cement board in order to get to the burner. So that provides an out for water.If you are using bottled gas in your fire table drill a drain hole in the bottom cement board for water draining.The burner pan is not water tight but is recommended not to be left exposed to heavy rainfall.Check if it is water logged before igniting.

How can I tell if I have a gas leak?

A good test is to mix a bit of water with dish soap. Then with a brush dab your connections with the soapy water, if you do indeed have a leak you will see your connection start to bubble.

The flame in the grill is higher in the back than in the front.

Needs some cleaning! Take the burners out, remove the cotter pins that are behind and beneath the BBQ and shake them or air gun them and get all the dirt out of the burners. Keep in mind that if your burners are bowed it is time for new ones.
If your grill is brand new out the box and your running L.P gas, then you might have a N.G Unit

The grill is not getting any gas.

Check the line. There is a chance that there is foam at the entrance of your gas line located in the back right corner of the grill. Might have a fouled regulator. There might be a gas leak plugging your regulator for safety.

The grill is not getting hot enough

Regulator might be restricting too much gas.Make sure you use original Bull gas fittings.

The flame is low

Valve might need replacing. Regulator might be restricting too much gas. Make sure you use original Bull gas fittings.

Fire is coming out of the front of the grill by the knobs

Burners either need to be cleaned, or there is something disturbing the flow of the gas making the gas travel back towards the valve and with the ignition igniting the gas you are getting fire right by the knobs.

They can smell gas when the grill is off.

Check all connections to the grill if there are no leaks then there is a chance that there is actually a leak right underneath the grill. To check it is easy, get in front of the grill and look at the valves from underneath. There is one screw that holds each valve into place. Tighten each one snuggly, this should be the solution.

The burners will light with a match only.

99% of the time Valves need to be replaced, the ignitions system has failed.

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Here is a list of our most frequently asked questions. If there is something you need help with and it is not listed below, please contact us at +356 2279 2113 or email at service@bullbbq.eu .

How do you hook up the side burner?

We recommend that any gas work is carried out by a certified gas installer.

Note: Use Teflon tape or gas thread paste on all threaded connections which are not of the flared type.
  1. If not present, connect a short double ended 3/8 female flare gas line to the back of the BBQ.
  2. Then connect a 3/8 Flare "T" Fitting to the gas line.
  3. From that connection, you will have two remaining access points.  One for the side burner and one for the Incoming gas.
  4. Make your connections and light it up.

  5. A test leak with soapy water is always recommended.

 

How do you light the backburner?

  1. Make sure the gas is on.
  2. Turn the knob slowly but stop before the ignition snaps, when you stop, hold the knob for 7-10 seconds. This allows the gas to 
      flow thru the Infrared Backburner for 7-10 seconds allowing the gas to migrate to the opposite side of the Backburner where the  
      ignition is located.
  3. After doing so proceed turning the knob to complete the snap.
  4. Once you hear the snap the gas will be ignited.

 
Does the fire pit have a hole for drainage?

Bull currently does not cut any holes for drainage, but if your plumber hooks up the gas to the burner you have to drill a hole into the cement board in order to get to the burner. So that provides an out for water.If you are using bottled gas in your fire table drill a drain hole in the bottom cement board for water draining.The burner pan is not water tight but is recommended not to be left exposed to heavy rainfall.Check if it is water logged before igniting.

How can I tell if I have a gas leak?

A good test is to mix a bit of water with dish soap. Then with a brush dab your connections with the soapy water, if you do indeed have a leak you will see your connection start to bubble.

The flame in the grill is higher in the back than in the front.

Needs some cleaning! Take the burners out, remove the cotter pins that are behind and beneath the BBQ and shake them or air gun them and get all the dirt out of the burners. Keep in mind that if your burners are bowed it is time for new ones.
If your grill is brand new out the box and your running L.P gas, then you might have a N.G Unit

The grill is not getting any gas.

Check the line. There is a chance that there is foam at the entrance of your gas line located in the back right corner of the grill. Might have a fouled regulator. There might be a gas leak plugging your regulator for safety.

The grill is not getting hot enough

Regulator might be restricting too much gas.Make sure you use original Bull gas fittings.

The flame is low

Valve might need replacing. Regulator might be restricting too much gas. Make sure you use original Bull gas fittings.

Fire is coming out of the front of the grill by the knobs

Burners either need to be cleaned, or there is something disturbing the flow of the gas making the gas travel back towards the valve and with the ignition igniting the gas you are getting fire right by the knobs.

They can smell gas when the grill is off.

Check all connections to the grill if there are no leaks then there is a chance that there is actually a leak right underneath the grill. To check it is easy, get in front of the grill and look at the valves from underneath. There is one screw that holds each valve into place. Tighten each one snuggly, this should be the solution.

The burners will light with a match only.

99% of the time Valves need to be replaced, the ignitions system has failed.

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Aquí está una lista de nuestras preguntas más frecuentes. Si hay algo en lo que necesita ayuda y no está en la lista de abajo, por favor contáctenos al +356 2279 2130 o envíenos un correo electrónico a service@bullbbq.eu.

¿Cómo se enciende el quemador?

  1. Asegúrate de que el gas esté encendido.
  2. Gire la perilla lentamente, pero deténgase antes de que se rompa la ignición; cuando se detenga, sostenga la perilla durante 7-10 segundos. Esto permite que el gas el flujo a través del quemador infrarrojo por 7-10 segundos permitiendo que el gas migre hacia el lado opuesto del quemador de reserva donde el encendido está localizado.
  3. Después de hacerlo, gire el mando para completar el cierre.
  4. Una vez que oiga el chasquido, el gas se encenderá.
¿Cómo puedo saber si tengo una fuga de gas?

Una buena prueba es mezclar un poco de agua con detergente para platos. Luego, con un cepillo, limpie sus conexiones con agua jabonosa; si tiene una fuga, verá que su conexión comienza a burbujear.

La llama en la parrilla es más alta en la parte trasera que en la delantera.

¡Necesita algo de limpieza! Saque los quemadores, quite los pasadores de chaveta que están detrás y debajo de la barbacoa y agítelos o airee el arma y saque toda la suciedad de los quemadores. Tenga en cuenta que si sus quemadores están curvados, es hora de usar otros nuevos.
Si su parrilla es totalmente nueva y la caja y el gas L.P en funcionamiento, es posible que tenga una unidad N.G.

La parrilla no tiene gas.

Check the line. There is a possibility that there is foam at the inlet of your gas line located in the rear right corner of the grill. You may have a dirty regulator. There may be a gas leak plugging your regulator for safety.

La parrilla no se está calentando lo suficiente.

El regulador podría estar restringiendo demasiado gas.

La llama es baja

La válvula podría necesitar ser reemplazada. El regulador podría estar restringiendo demasiado gas.

El fuego sale de la parte delantera de la parrilla por las perillas.

Los quemadores necesitan ser limpiados, o hay algo que perturba el flujo del gas que hace que el gas viaje de regreso hacia la válvula y con la ignición encendiendo el gas usted está recibiendo fuego justo por las perillas.

Pueden oler el gas cuando la parrilla está apagada.

Revise todas las conexiones de la parrilla si no hay fugas, entonces existe la posibilidad de que haya una fuga justo debajo de la parrilla. Para comprobar que es fácil, póngase delante de la parrilla y mire las válvulas desde abajo. Hay un tornillo que mantiene cada válvula en su lugar. Apriete cada uno de ellos cómodamente, esta debería ser la solución.

Los quemadores se encenderán sólo con un fósforo.

El 99% de las veces que las válvulas necesitan ser reemplazadas, el sistema de ignición ha fallado.

 
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Aquí está una lista de nuestras preguntas más frecuentes. Si hay algo en lo que necesita ayuda y no está en la lista de abajo, por favor contáctenos al +356 2279 2130 o envíenos un correo electrónico a service@bullbbq.eu.

¿Cómo se enciende el quemador?

  1. Asegúrate de que el gas esté encendido.
  2. Gire la perilla lentamente, pero deténgase antes de que se rompa la ignición; cuando se detenga, sostenga la perilla durante 7-10 segundos. Esto permite que el gas el flujo a través del quemador infrarrojo por 7-10 segundos permitiendo que el gas migre hacia el lado opuesto del quemador de reserva donde el encendido está localizado.
  3. Después de hacerlo, gire el mando para completar el cierre.
  4. Una vez que oiga el chasquido, el gas se encenderá.
¿Cómo puedo saber si tengo una fuga de gas?

Una buena prueba es mezclar un poco de agua con detergente para platos. Luego, con un cepillo, limpie sus conexiones con agua jabonosa; si tiene una fuga, verá que su conexión comienza a burbujear.

La llama en la parrilla es más alta en la parte trasera que en la delantera.

¡Necesita algo de limpieza! Saque los quemadores, quite los pasadores de chaveta que están detrás y debajo de la barbacoa y agítelos o airee el arma y saque toda la suciedad de los quemadores. Tenga en cuenta que si sus quemadores están curvados, es hora de usar otros nuevos.
Si su parrilla es totalmente nueva y la caja y el gas L.P en funcionamiento, es posible que tenga una unidad N.G.

La parrilla no tiene gas.

Check the line. There is a possibility that there is foam at the inlet of your gas line located in the rear right corner of the grill. You may have a dirty regulator. There may be a gas leak plugging your regulator for safety.

La parrilla no se está calentando lo suficiente.

El regulador podría estar restringiendo demasiado gas.

La llama es baja

La válvula podría necesitar ser reemplazada. El regulador podría estar restringiendo demasiado gas.

El fuego sale de la parte delantera de la parrilla por las perillas.

Los quemadores necesitan ser limpiados, o hay algo que perturba el flujo del gas que hace que el gas viaje de regreso hacia la válvula y con la ignición encendiendo el gas usted está recibiendo fuego justo por las perillas.

Pueden oler el gas cuando la parrilla está apagada.

Revise todas las conexiones de la parrilla si no hay fugas, entonces existe la posibilidad de que haya una fuga justo debajo de la parrilla. Para comprobar que es fácil, póngase delante de la parrilla y mire las válvulas desde abajo. Hay un tornillo que mantiene cada válvula en su lugar. Apriete cada uno de ellos cómodamente, esta debería ser la solución.

Los quemadores se encenderán sólo con un fósforo.

El 99% de las veces que las válvulas necesitan ser reemplazadas, el sistema de ignición ha fallado.

 
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Voici une liste des questions les plus fréquemment posées. Si vous avez besoin d'aide pour quelque chose qui ne figure pas dans la liste ci-dessous, veuillez nous contacter au +356 2279 2130 ou par courriel à service@bullbbq.eu.

 

Comment allume-t-on le brûleur ?

  1. Assure-toi que le gaz est allumé.
  2. Tournez lentement le bouton, mais arrêtez avant que le contact ne s'enclenche. Lorsque vous vous arrêtez, maintenez le bouton pendant 7 à 10 secondes. Ceci permet au gaz de s'écouler à travers le Backburner Infrarouge pendant 7-10 secondes permettant au gaz de migrer vers le côté opposé du Backburner où l'allumage est situé.
  3. Ensuite, tournez le bouton pour terminer l'enclenchement.
  4. Une fois que vous entendez le déclic, le gaz s'enflamme.

 
Comment puis-je savoir si j'ai une fuite de gaz ?

Un bon test consiste à mélanger un peu d'eau avec du savon à vaisselle. Ensuite, à l'aide d'une brosse, tamponner vos connexions avec l'eau savonneuse, si vous avez effectivement une fuite, vous verrez votre connexion se mettre à bouillonner.

La flamme dans le gril est plus haute à l'arrière qu'à l'avant.

Besoin d'un peu de nettoyage ! Sortez les brûleurs, enlevez les goupilles fendues qui se trouvent derrière et sous le BBQ et secouez-les ou pistolet à air et enlevez toute la saleté des brûleurs. Gardez à l'esprit que si vos brûleurs sont inclinés, il est temps d'en installer de nouveaux.
Si votre gril est flambant neuf et que vous avez du gaz L.P. en marche, vous avez peut-être une unité N.G.

Le gril ne reçoit pas d'essence.

Vérifiez la ligne. Il est possible qu'il y ait de la mousse à l'entrée de votre conduite de gaz située dans le coin arrière droit du gril. Il pourrait y avoir un régulateur encrassé. Il pourrait y avoir une fuite de gaz qui obstrue votre régulateur pour des raisons de sécurité.

Le gril ne chauffe pas assez

L'organisme de réglementation restreint peut-être trop de gaz.

La flamme est basse

La valve a peut-être besoin d'être remplacée. L'organisme de réglementation restreint peut-être trop de gaz.

Le feu sort de l'avant de la grille par les boutons.

Les brûleurs doivent être nettoyés, ou il y a quelque chose qui perturbe l'écoulement du gaz qui fait que le gaz retourne vers la valve et avec l'allumage qui allume le gaz, vous obtenez le feu juste à côté des boutons.

Ils peuvent sentir l'odeur du gaz quand le gril est éteint.

Vérifiez tous les raccordements au gril s'il n'y a pas de fuites, il y a alors une chance qu'il y ait réellement une fuite juste sous le gril. Pour vérifier que c'est facile, placez-vous devant le gril et regardez les soupapes par en dessous. Il y a une vis qui maintient chaque valve en place. Serrez bien chacun d'eux, ce devrait être la solution.

Les brûleurs s'allument avec une allumette seulement.

Dans 99% des cas, les vannes doivent être remplacées, le système d'allumage est défectueux.

 
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Voici une liste des questions les plus fréquemment posées. Si vous avez besoin d'aide pour quelque chose qui ne figure pas dans la liste ci-dessous, veuillez nous contacter au +356 2279 2130 ou par courriel à service@bullbbq.eu.

 

Comment allume-t-on le brûleur ?

  1. Assure-toi que le gaz est allumé.
  2. Tournez lentement le bouton, mais arrêtez avant que le contact ne s'enclenche. Lorsque vous vous arrêtez, maintenez le bouton pendant 7 à 10 secondes. Ceci permet au gaz de s'écouler à travers le Backburner Infrarouge pendant 7-10 secondes permettant au gaz de migrer vers le côté opposé du Backburner où l'allumage est situé.
  3. Ensuite, tournez le bouton pour terminer l'enclenchement.
  4. Une fois que vous entendez le déclic, le gaz s'enflamme.

 
Comment puis-je savoir si j'ai une fuite de gaz ?

Un bon test consiste à mélanger un peu d'eau avec du savon à vaisselle. Ensuite, à l'aide d'une brosse, tamponner vos connexions avec l'eau savonneuse, si vous avez effectivement une fuite, vous verrez votre connexion se mettre à bouillonner.

La flamme dans le gril est plus haute à l'arrière qu'à l'avant.

Besoin d'un peu de nettoyage ! Sortez les brûleurs, enlevez les goupilles fendues qui se trouvent derrière et sous le BBQ et secouez-les ou pistolet à air et enlevez toute la saleté des brûleurs. Gardez à l'esprit que si vos brûleurs sont inclinés, il est temps d'en installer de nouveaux.
Si votre gril est flambant neuf et que vous avez du gaz L.P. en marche, vous avez peut-être une unité N.G.

Le gril ne reçoit pas d'essence.

Vérifiez la ligne. Il est possible qu'il y ait de la mousse à l'entrée de votre conduite de gaz située dans le coin arrière droit du gril. Il pourrait y avoir un régulateur encrassé. Il pourrait y avoir une fuite de gaz qui obstrue votre régulateur pour des raisons de sécurité.

Le gril ne chauffe pas assez

L'organisme de réglementation restreint peut-être trop de gaz.

La flamme est basse

La valve a peut-être besoin d'être remplacée. L'organisme de réglementation restreint peut-être trop de gaz.

Le feu sort de l'avant de la grille par les boutons.

Les brûleurs doivent être nettoyés, ou il y a quelque chose qui perturbe l'écoulement du gaz qui fait que le gaz retourne vers la valve et avec l'allumage qui allume le gaz, vous obtenez le feu juste à côté des boutons.

Ils peuvent sentir l'odeur du gaz quand le gril est éteint.

Vérifiez tous les raccordements au gril s'il n'y a pas de fuites, il y a alors une chance qu'il y ait réellement une fuite juste sous le gril. Pour vérifier que c'est facile, placez-vous devant le gril et regardez les soupapes par en dessous. Il y a une vis qui maintient chaque valve en place. Serrez bien chacun d'eux, ce devrait être la solution.

Les brûleurs s'allument avec une allumette seulement.

Dans 99% des cas, les vannes doivent être remplacées, le système d'allumage est défectueux.

 
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Ecco un elenco delle domande più frequenti. Se c'è qualcosa per cui hai bisogno di aiuto e non è elencato di seguito, contattaci al numero +356 2279 2130 o invia un'e-mail a service@bullbbq.eu.

Come si accende il backburner?

  1. Assicurarsi che il gas sia acceso.
      2. Ruotare lentamente la manopola ma fermarsi prima che l'accensione scatti, quando ci si ferma, tenere la manopola per 7-10 secondi. Questo permette al gas di attraverso il Backburner a infrarossi per 7-10 secondi, permettendo al gas di migrare verso il lato opposto del Backburner, dove l'aria compressa si diffonde per 7-10 secondi. si trova l'accensione.
      3. Dopo aver fatto questo procedere girando la manopola per completare lo scatto.
      4. Quando sentirete lo scatto, il gas si accenderà.

Come posso sapere se ho una fuga di gas?

Un buon test è quello di mescolare un po' d'acqua con il sapone per piatti. Poi con un pennello tamponare le connessioni con l'acqua saponata, se avete davvero una perdita vedrete la vostra connessione iniziare a bolle.

La fiamma nella griglia è più alta nella parte posteriore che in quella anteriore.

Ha bisogno di essere pulito! Togliere i bruciatori, rimuovere i perni cotter che sono dietro e sotto il barbecue e agitare loro o pistola ad aria compressa e ottenere tutta la sporcizia dei bruciatori. Tenete a mente che se i vostri bruciatori sono piegati è il momento per quelli nuovi.
Se la vostra griglia è nuova di zecca fuori dalla scatola e il gas L.P. in funzione, allora potreste avere un'unità N.G.

La griglia non riceve gas.

Controllare la linea. C'è la possibilità che ci sia della schiuma all'ingresso della linea del gas situata nell'angolo posteriore destro della griglia. Potrebbe esserci un regolatore difettoso. Potrebbe esserci una perdita di gas che chiude il regolatore per motivi di sicurezza.

La griglia non si scalda abbastanza

Il regolatore potrebbe limitare troppo gas.

La fiamma è bassa

Potrebbe essere necessario sostituire la valvola. Il regolatore potrebbe limitare troppo gas.

Il fuoco esce dalla parte anteriore della griglia tramite le manopole.

I bruciatori o devono essere puliti, o c'è qualcosa che disturba il flusso del gas facendo viaggiare il gas indietro verso la valvola e con l'accensione che accende il gas si ottiene il fuoco a destra dalle manopole..

Possono sentire odore di gas quando la griglia è spenta.

Controllare tutti i collegamenti alla griglia se non ci sono perdite, allora c'è la possibilità che ci sia effettivamente una perdita proprio sotto la griglia. Per verificarlo è facile, entrate davanti alla griglia e guardate le valvole da sotto. C'è una vite che tiene ogni valvola in posizione. Serrare ciascuna di esse, questa dovrebbe essere la soluzione.

I bruciatori si accendono solo con un fiammifero.

99% delle volte che le valvole devono essere sostituite, il sistema di accensione si è guastato.

 
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Ecco un elenco delle domande più frequenti. Se c'è qualcosa per cui hai bisogno di aiuto e non è elencato di seguito, contattaci al numero +356 2279 2130 o invia un'e-mail a service@bullbbq.eu.

Come si accende il backburner?

  1. Assicurarsi che il gas sia acceso.
      2. Ruotare lentamente la manopola ma fermarsi prima che l'accensione scatti, quando ci si ferma, tenere la manopola per 7-10 secondi. Questo permette al gas di attraverso il Backburner a infrarossi per 7-10 secondi, permettendo al gas di migrare verso il lato opposto del Backburner, dove l'aria compressa si diffonde per 7-10 secondi. si trova l'accensione.
      3. Dopo aver fatto questo procedere girando la manopola per completare lo scatto.
      4. Quando sentirete lo scatto, il gas si accenderà.

Come posso sapere se ho una fuga di gas?

Un buon test è quello di mescolare un po' d'acqua con il sapone per piatti. Poi con un pennello tamponare le connessioni con l'acqua saponata, se avete davvero una perdita vedrete la vostra connessione iniziare a bolle.

La fiamma nella griglia è più alta nella parte posteriore che in quella anteriore.

Ha bisogno di essere pulito! Togliere i bruciatori, rimuovere i perni cotter che sono dietro e sotto il barbecue e agitare loro o pistola ad aria compressa e ottenere tutta la sporcizia dei bruciatori. Tenete a mente che se i vostri bruciatori sono piegati è il momento per quelli nuovi.
Se la vostra griglia è nuova di zecca fuori dalla scatola e il gas L.P. in funzione, allora potreste avere un'unità N.G.

La griglia non riceve gas.

Controllare la linea. C'è la possibilità che ci sia della schiuma all'ingresso della linea del gas situata nell'angolo posteriore destro della griglia. Potrebbe esserci un regolatore difettoso. Potrebbe esserci una perdita di gas che chiude il regolatore per motivi di sicurezza.

La griglia non si scalda abbastanza

Il regolatore potrebbe limitare troppo gas.

La fiamma è bassa

Potrebbe essere necessario sostituire la valvola. Il regolatore potrebbe limitare troppo gas.

Il fuoco esce dalla parte anteriore della griglia tramite le manopole.

I bruciatori o devono essere puliti, o c'è qualcosa che disturba il flusso del gas facendo viaggiare il gas indietro verso la valvola e con l'accensione che accende il gas si ottiene il fuoco a destra dalle manopole..

Possono sentire odore di gas quando la griglia è spenta.

Controllare tutti i collegamenti alla griglia se non ci sono perdite, allora c'è la possibilità che ci sia effettivamente una perdita proprio sotto la griglia. Per verificarlo è facile, entrate davanti alla griglia e guardate le valvole da sotto. C'è una vite che tiene ogni valvola in posizione. Serrare ciascuna di esse, questa dovrebbe essere la soluzione.

I bruciatori si accendono solo con un fiammifero.

99% delle volte che le valvole devono essere sostituite, il sistema di accensione si è guastato.

 
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Here is a list of our most frequently asked questions. If there is something you need help with and it is not listed below, please contact us at +356 2279 2113 or email at service@bullbbq.eu .

How do you hook up the side burner?

We recommend that any gas work is carried out by a certified gas installer.

Note: Use Teflon tape or gas thread paste on all threaded connections which are not of the flared type.
  1. If not present, connect a short double ended 3/8 female flare gas line to the back of the BBQ.
  2. Then connect a 3/8 Flare "T" Fitting to the gas line.
  3. From that connection, you will have two remaining access points.  One for the side burner and one for the Incoming gas.
  4. Make your connections and light it up.

  5. A test leak with soapy water is always recommended.

 

How do you light the backburner?

  1. Make sure the gas is on.
  2. Turn the knob slowly but stop before the ignition snaps, when you stop, hold the knob for 7-10 seconds. This allows the gas to 
      flow thru the Infrared Backburner for 7-10 seconds allowing the gas to migrate to the opposite side of the Backburner where the  
      ignition is located.
  3. After doing so proceed turning the knob to complete the snap.
  4. Once you hear the snap the gas will be ignited.

 
Does the fire pit have a hole for drainage?

Bull currently does not cut any holes for drainage, but if your plumber hooks up the gas to the burner you have to drill a hole into the cement board in order to get to the burner. So that provides an out for water.If you are using bottled gas in your fire table drill a drain hole in the bottom cement board for water draining.The burner pan is not water tight but is recommended not to be left exposed to heavy rainfall.Check if it is water logged before igniting.

How can I tell if I have a gas leak?

A good test is to mix a bit of water with dish soap. Then with a brush dab your connections with the soapy water, if you do indeed have a leak you will see your connection start to bubble.

The flame in the grill is higher in the back than in the front.

Needs some cleaning! Take the burners out, remove the cotter pins that are behind and beneath the BBQ and shake them or air gun them and get all the dirt out of the burners. Keep in mind that if your burners are bowed it is time for new ones.
If your grill is brand new out the box and your running L.P gas, then you might have a N.G Unit

The grill is not getting any gas.

Check the line. There is a chance that there is foam at the entrance of your gas line located in the back right corner of the grill. Might have a fouled regulator. There might be a gas leak plugging your regulator for safety.

The grill is not getting hot enough

Regulator might be restricting too much gas.Make sure you use original Bull gas fittings.

The flame is low

Valve might need replacing. Regulator might be restricting too much gas. Make sure you use original Bull gas fittings.

Fire is coming out of the front of the grill by the knobs

Burners either need to be cleaned, or there is something disturbing the flow of the gas making the gas travel back towards the valve and with the ignition igniting the gas you are getting fire right by the knobs.

They can smell gas when the grill is off.

Check all connections to the grill if there are no leaks then there is a chance that there is actually a leak right underneath the grill. To check it is easy, get in front of the grill and look at the valves from underneath. There is one screw that holds each valve into place. Tighten each one snuggly, this should be the solution.

The burners will light with a match only.

99% of the time Valves need to be replaced, the ignitions system has failed.

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