FireFriend BQ-6395 Gas Griddle User Manual


FireFriend BQ-6395 Gas Griddle User Manual




  •  Never store or use gasoline or other flammable liquids near this or other barbecues.
  •  Check the barbecue first for leakages according to the instructions in this manual before starting to use it. Perform these checks also when the barbecue was mounted at the dealer.
  •  Do not try to ignite this barbecue without first having read chapter “barbecue ignition instructions”in this manual.
  •  Keep this user manual for future reference.
  •  Follow the instructions for connecting the gas pressure regulator to your barbecue.



  • Keep an open space around the barbecue and keep inflammable materials, gasoline and other combustible gasses at a safe distance.
  •  Make sure that the holes on the bottom side of the device stay open to keep the air supply and ventilation from being blocked.

This barbecue needs to be cleaned regularly. Make sure the barbecue is dry and clean and grease the metal parts with oil or Vaseline to avoid rust. Always store the barbecue after use. Don’t use abrasive cleaning agents and/
or anti-corrosion products to clean the control panel with the pictures. Such aggressive cleaning materials can remove the pictures.

The grill surface can be simply cleaned with a mild detergent, after that clean with hot water. Food rests can be removed with a fiber brush.


  • Make sure that the gas tap and knobs are set to the position“OFF”. Check whether the barbecue is cooled down.
  •  Clean the exterior of the burner with a brush. Remove persisting debris with a metal scraper. Never use a wooden toothpick as it can break and obstruct the opening.
  • Note that you must call our customer service line when the gas supply to the burner is being blocked by insects or other objects.

The drip tray must be emptied and cleaned regularly, it should be washed with water and a mild detergent. You could put a small amount of sand or cat litter in the bottom of the drip tray to absorb grease.

  •  Store the barbecue outdoors on a dry and well-ventilated spot, out of reachof children, when the gas cylinder isstill connected to the barbecue.
  •  ONLY store the barbecue indoors after closing and removing the gas cylinder. The gas cylinder must be stored outside, out of reach of children, NEVER store the cylinder in a building, garage or in other conned space.


  •  Check whether your barbecue is installed correctly.
  •  For a correct functioning of this barbecue, it is important to place the barbecue on an even surface.
  • This barbecue is set up to be used with butane or propane gas bottles from 5 kg to 11 kg (maximum sizes; height: 560 mm, diameter: 300 mm) with an appropriate gas pressure regulator
  • FireFriend-BQ-6395-Gas-Griddle-User-Manual-Image The hose should not be longer than 1.5 meters. Only use approved connections. The gas pressure regulator must comply with the EN 12864 standard. The gas hose needs to be adjusted if national circumstances require.
  • The hose should comply with the EN 1763-1 standard.
  •  The gas hose needs to be adjusted if this is required by national circumstances.
  • The gas hose needs to be fitted in such a way that it cannot be twisted.
  •  Connect the pressure regulator to your gas cylinder.



All gas connections of the barbecue are tested for leaks in the factory prior to shipment. Nevertheless, when mounting the device it must be checked entirely for gas leaks, because of possible damages during transportation or due to exposure to extreme pressure. Regularly check the device for


  • Make sure to remove all packing materials from the barbecue, including the straps keeping the burner in its place.
  •  Do not smoke while checking for leakage.
  •  Never check for leakage with open fire.
  • Prepare a solution of water and soap of one part detergent and one part water. Use a spray can, brush or cloth to apply the solution to the connections. Make sure the gas cylinder is full before the first leak test.
  • Checking for leaks must be performed outdoors on a well-ventilated spot, away from ignition sources such as gas or electrical devices and combustible materials.
  •  Keep the barbecue away from open fire and/or sparks during the test leakage, or check whether you can smell any gas.


  • There is an open space of at least 100 cm between combustible substances and the sides and rear of this grill.
  •  There are no unprotected combustible substances above the grill.
  • All internal packing materials are removed.
  •  The burners fit well on the openings.
  •  The knobs can rotate freely.
  • The device has been checked and is free of leakage.
  •  The user knows the location of the gas tap.


Check the gas supply hose before turning the gas“ON”. In case of visible damage or rips, the hose must be replaced before use. The new gas supply hose must be according national regulations.


  1. Read all instructions before igniting the burners.
  2.  Turn all knobs to“OFF”and open the gas tap of the gas cylinder. Keep your face and body as far as possible from the barbecue when igniting it.
  3.  Press and turn the control knobs slowly to the position. The built-in igniter clicks and simultaneously ignites the pilot flame and burner. If the burner does not ignite within 5 seconds, IMMEDIATELY turn the control knob to“OFF”, wait for 5 minutes until all gas has disappeared and repeat the ignition procedure.


  •  Check whether the characteristics of the flame are in order. Each burner is preset prior to shipment, but due to the many variations in local gas supplies, small adjustments might be required.
  • The flames of the burners must be blue and stable, without yellow tips, noise or sudden increases.
  • A yellow flame indicates insufficient presence of air. A noisy flame with sudden increases from the burner means there is too much air present.


Grilling requires a high temperature for the meat to nicely burn and brown. Most dishes are constantly grilled on position . This ensures the food to get well done, without burning the outside. For food requiring long grill times or containing sugar marinade you might have to lower the temperature nearing the end of the grilling time.

  • Make sure the barbecue is checked for leaks and is properly placed.
  • Remove all packing materials.
  • Ignite the burners according to the instructions in this user manual.
  • Turn the control knob to and preheat the barbecue for 15 minutes


The control knobs can be set to any position between and . The hot grill will brown the outside of the meat, keeping the juices inside. The longer the barbecue is preheated, the quicker the meat will brown.

We guarantee the original customer/buyer of any Brixton Gas barbecue that, when used for normal domestic purposes, this barbecue is free of material and production defects for the period stipulated below. Grills being rented or used for commercial purposes are excluded from this warranty. Costs for sending and delivering warranty parts will not be charged.


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