Before using your Garth barbecue or Wood Fired Oven, it is important that you:
The serial number is printed on the cartons that your Garth barbecue or oven came in and can also be found on the silver dataplate on the back of the appliances or on the inside of the cabinet door (applicable models only).
Check if the Venturi tube below the side burner shelf is not assembled correctly.
Avoid using caustic-based products to clean your barbecue or oven. Instead, clean with warm soapy water or a non-abrasive cleaner and a light scourer. Wipe the appliance thoroughly and cover with the right sized protective cover when not in use.
Cast Iron: Clean your cooking plates with a scourer or brass bristle barbecue brush to remove cooked food residue or debris. Wash in hot soapy water, rinse and allow to dry. Return to the barbecue and light the burners for five minutes to remove any remaining moisture. Regularly coat the cooking plates with vegetable oil to prevent surface rust. Apply a thin coat of archade oil (avocado oil can also be used) to the cast iron grills and hotplates. Absorb for 1 hour on 250 degrees centigrade. Repeat regularly.
Stainless Steel: Clean your stainless-steel cooking plates with a non-scratch scourer and wash in hot soapy water. Rinse and allow to dry. Return the cooking plates to the barbecue and light the burners for five minutes. This will help remove any remaining moisture. Coat the cooking plates with vegetable oil to prevent surface rust.
Yes. We recommend covering your barbecue or oven with a good quality cover to protect your appliance from the elements. Choosing the correct cover for your appliance will maximise its effectiveness.
Most Garth barbecues and all our ovens have a protective cover specifically designed to fit –contact your local Garth Support office for details.
Please take off your cover regularly and wipe your BBQ dry. Under a cover, moisture can still cause some surface rust.
You can use aluminium foil and dry sand or any other non-flammable absorbent material. Change regularly to avoid the likelihood of a sand tray fire caused by a build-up of fats and greases.
The dataplate is a heavy-duty silver label that is found on the back or on the inside of the cabinet door (applicable models only) of all Garth barbecues and ovens. The dataplate lists the model number, serial number, manufacturing details, appropriate international safety Standards as well as technical information such as gas consumption rates. The dataplate should not be removed under any circumstances.
The store model number is contained within the operation and instruction manual and is printed on the carton packaging.
The manufacturer’s model number is contained within the Operation and Instruction Manual and is printed on the carton packaging. You will also find a red sticker with the model number on the unit itself. This sticker is usually found on inside of the cabinet’s door (applicable models only) or on the underside of the side shelves.
The barcode number is contained within the operation and instruction manual and is printed on the carton packaging.
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.
You can order spare and replacement parts direct from the Customer or Retailer Support pages on the Garth support website. A member of the Garth Support team will check availability of the part/s and contact you directly to process your payment details to complete your order.