MSR PocketRocket 2 Bedienungsanleitung

MSR PocketRocket 2
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BedienungsanleitungMSR PocketRocket 2

POCKETROCKET

2

STOVE

25-ft.
(7.6-m)
4-ft.
(1.2-m)
5-in. (12.7-cm) HT. MAX.
8-lbs. (3.6-kg) WT. MAX.
5 MIN.
0051
2009/142/EC
(51CL3921-2011)
CATEGORY: VAPOR PRESSURE
BUTANE PROPANE
NOTE: Nominal Heat Input Rate varies depending on test procedures
of the particular standards agency.
Nominal Heat Input Rate:
8,200 BTU/h
Nominal Heat Input Rate:
3.9 kW
280 g/h
Stove Orifice Size: 0.31 mm
AGA 6088 G
Nominal Heat Input Rate:
8.65 MJ/h.
A.
C.
D.
B.
8-in. (20.3-cm) DIA. MAX.

INSTRUCTION

MANUAL

Retain these instructions for future reference.
Cascade Designs, Inc.4000 First Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134 USACascade Designs, Inc., USA - 1-800-531-9531 or 206-505-9500Cascade Designs, Ltd., Ireland - (+353) 21-4621400www.msrgear.com | info@cascadedesigns.com
Stove service must only be done by an individual authorized by Cascade
Designs, Inc. If you have any questions about these instructions, your stove,
replacement parts, or repairs, please contact:
Cascade Designs, Inc., USA - 1-800-531-9531 or 206-505-9500
Cascade Designs, Ltd., Ireland - (+353) 21-4621400
www.msrgear.com | info@cascadedesigns.com
TROUBLESHOOTING
* To check if canister is empty, remove stove and gently shake canister.
If a splashing sound is heard, canister still contains fuel.
Problem
Poor Performance Cause Solution
Diminished flames Low fuel Replace canister
Cold canister Swap canisters
Stove does not light Cold canister Swap canisters
Windy conditions Shelter stove behind a
rock/natural barrier
Empty canister* Replace canister
CARBON MONOXIDE, FIRE, EXPLOSION HAZARD
There are serious hazards associated with using this stove and fuel. Accidental fire, explosion, and misuse can cause death,
serious burns, and property damage. You are responsible for your own safety and the safety of those in your group. Please use
good judgment and read these instructions for use carefully. Familiarize yourself with the stove before connecting it to its gas
container. Keep these instructions for future reference.
This stove is a lightweight, compact device made for OUTDOOR USE ONLY to boil water or cook food. Never use it for any other
purpose. Cooking outdoors is more hazardous than cooking as you normally would at home. Please consult with your local
outdoor retailer to learn more about cooking outdoors. Seek qualified instruction before you venture outdoors.
This stove uses a liquid pressurized gas (LPG) container that is highly flammable and explosive. This stove shall only be used
with an 80% isobutane / 20% propane gas cartridge certified to EN 417. It may be hazardous to attempt to fit other types
of gas containers. Follow this safety information:
• Check that the seals between the stove and the gas container are in place and in good condition before connecting the stove
to the cylinder. Do not use this stove if it has damaged or worn seals.
• Listen and smell for leaking gas. Leaking gas is a serious hazard. LPG is invisible and odorless, and strong odorant additives
can fade over time. Leaks are not always detectable by smell. Do not use this stove if it is leaking, damaged, or does
not operate properly.
• Check that the stove and fuel container connection is secure and tight. If the connection does not look or feel secure, or if
you hear or smell leaking gas and cannot stop the flow of gas, do not use stove or fuel container. Move it to a well-ventilated
area away from any ignition source to locate and stop the leak.
• Check for leaks using soapy water. Do not try to detect leaks using a flame.
• Never use fuel containers larger than 8 ounces (227 grams) or more than 4 inches (10 centimeters) in height without an
MSR Universal Canister Stand, because oversized containers decrease stove stability. Never use fuel containers larger than
16 ounces (450 grams).
• Keep stove and fuel container away from other heat sources. Never use any kind of windscreen. If you expose the fuel
container to high heat, it will explode or leak and you can be killed or seriously burned.
• Follow all warnings on fuel container regarding use and storage.
Do not store or use gasoline or other liquids with flammable vapors in the vicinity of this or any other stove.
• Do not disassemble stove beyond what is described in these instructions. DO NOT MODIFY THIS STOVE. Disassembly or
modification of stove in any manner not consistent with these instructions voids warranty and can result in an unsafe situation
where fire, burns, severe injury or death can occur.
• Do not use stove if parts are missing or broken, or with replacement parts not specific to your stove model. Use of stove with
missing or broken parts, or with replacement parts not specific to your stove model, can result in an unsafe situation where
fire, burns, severe injury or death can occur.
Cascade Designs, Inc. warrants the use of appropriately-sized MSR
®
brand cookware only—use of cookware other than MSR
®
brand cookware is at user’s own risk and discretion.

POCKETROCKET

2 INSTRUCTIONS

STOVE PARTS:
A. Pot Supports
B. Burner Head
C. Flame Adjuster
D. Flame Adjuster Valve
DANGER
FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY CARBON MONOXIDE HAZARD
This stove can produce carbon
monoxide, which has no odor.
Using it in an enclosed space can kill you.
Never use this stove in an enclosed space such as
a camper, tent, vestible, car, or home.
Never overtighten fuel canister to stove. Overtightening can damage stove or canister and cause fuel
to leak. Leaking fuel can cause fire, burns, severe injury or death. The canister must be constructed and marked in accordance
with the EN 417.
Use extreme caution when using stove in temperatures below freezing. In freezing temperatures O-rings can stiffen and leak fuel.
Always check for fuel leaks before and after lighting stove. Use of a leaking stove can cause fire, burns, severe injury or death.
Keep children far away from stove and fuel—Cascade Designs, Inc. recommends no less than 10 feet (3+ meters). Never
leave a burning or hot stove unattended. An unattended stove can lead to fire or a situation where children, pets, or the unwary
can be burned, injured, or killed.
WARNING
Keep combustibles at least 4 feet (1.2 meters) away from the top and sides of a burning stove, or
a stove that you are in the process of lighting. Keep flammable liquids and vapors at least 25 feet (7.6 meters) away from the
top and sides of a burning stove, or a stove that you are in the process of lighting. This stove can ignite combustible materials,
flammable liquids and vapors and create a situation where fire, burns, severe injury or death can result.
Never attempt lighting stove if Flame Adjuster Valve is left open. If Flame Adjuster Valve is left open, close it immediately and
thoroughly ventilate area before lighting stove. Failure to ventilate area can result in an explosion that can cause fire, burns,
severe injury or death.
WARNING
Never place your head or body above the stove while lighting or cooking. Because stove maintains
an open flame, placement of head or body above stove is an unsafe practice that can cause fire, burns, severe injury or death.
WARNING
Never move a burning or hot stove. Always extinguish stove and cool for at least 5 minutes before
moving. Moving a burning or hot stove can cause fire, burns, severe injury or death. Never use cookware with a diameter greater
than 8 inches (20.3 centimeters). Never place and operate two or more stoves together. Never operate stove with empty or dry
cookware. Never use a reflector or diffuser. Use of stove in any of the preceding manners can result in the fuel canister exploding
and causing fire, burns, severe injury or death. Never use cookware of any size that is ill-suited or inappropriate for use with
stove or stove pot supports (e.g., cookware with a convex or concave bottom, some enameled cookware, etc.). Use of stove
with ill-suited and/or inappropriate cookware can result in cookware and/or stove instability and a situation where hot cookware
and/or cookware contents can spill and cause fire, burns, severe injury or death.
WARNING
Always disconnect stove from canister before storing it. Failure to disconnect stove from canister
before storing may cause fuel to leak and cause fire, burns, severe injury or death. Always store fuel canisters in a well-ventilated
location away from any possible heat or ignition source, such as water heaters, stoves, pilot lights or furnaces, or where
temperatures exceed 120 F (49 C). Storing fuel canisters near any heat or ignition source, or where temperatures exceed 120
F (49 C), can result in the canister exploding and causing fire, burns, severe injury or death.
WARNING1. CONNECT STOVE AND CANISTER 1. Unfold Flame
Adjuster (C) and close Flame Adjuster Valve (D). 2. Open Pot Supports (A).
Pull each Pot Support away from stove. Rotate each Pot Support counterclock-
wise until it locks upright into place. 3. Finger-tighten stove onto the top of
the canister until connection is secure.
2. SET UP STOVE 1. Clear cooking area of combustible materials
and flammable liquids or vapors. 2. Place stove assembly on a solid,
stable, even surface to ensure stability.
3. TURN STOVE ON 1. Hold a lit match over the edge of the
Burner Head (B). 2. Open Flame Adjuster Valve (D) (¾ turn) to release and
ignite fuel. 3. Turn Flame Adjuster Valve to desired flame setting.
Proper flame will appear blue.
4. USE STOVE TO COOK 1. Add food or liquid to cookware.
2. Place cookware onto the center of the stove. 3. Turn Flame Adjuster
Valve (D) to adjust heat.
5. TURN STOVE OFF 1. Close Flame Adjuster Valve (D) when
cooking is done. 2. After flames are out, wait 5 minutes for stove to cool.
3. Move stove assembly away from any ignition sources and unscrew
canister. A small amount of gas may escape when unscrewing stove.
4. Fold Flame Adjuster (C) and Close Pot Supports (A). Rotate each Pot
Support clockwise. Press each Pot Support toward stove body. NOTE: If
canister is completely empty of fuel, follow proper disposal requirements in
your local area.
Limited Warranty details at msrgear.com/warranty
For Troubleshooting Solutions, visit: msrgear.com/pocketrocket-2
FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD
If you smell gas:
1. Do not attempt to light appliance.
2. Extinguish any open flame.
3. Disconnect from fuel supply.
4. Evacuate immediately.
5. Allow gas to dissipate 5 minutes before
relighting the apppliance.
Failure to follow these instructions could result
in fire or explosion, which could cause property
damage, personal injury or death.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.

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Allgemeines
Marke MSR
Model PocketRocket 2
Produkte Grill
Sprache Englisch
Dateityp PDF
Merkmale
Produkttyp Camping-Herd
Wärmequelle Butan/Propan
Rauchlos -
Anzahl Herdplatten/Kochzonen 1 Zone(n)
Deckel Nein
Kochzeit 3.5 min
Betriebszeit (max.) 60 min
Griff(e) Nein
Produktfarbe Rot
Material Metall
Empfohlene Nutzung Camping
Leicht zu transportieren Ja
Einfache Aufbewahrung Ja
Kraftstoffverbrauch 227 g/h
Faltbar Ja
Gewicht und Abmessungen
Gewicht 73 g
Paketgewicht 110 g
Lieferumfang
Tragetasche Ja
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