Table de cuisson Cooking Hob

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GUIDE D’INSTALLATION ET D’UTILISATION
GUIDE FOR INSTALLATION AND USE
Table de cuisson
Cooking Hob
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FR 02
Dear Customer,
EN 31
You have just acquired a DE DIETRICH cooking hob and we would
like to thank you.
Our research teams have created this new generation of appliances
for you. Their quality, appearance, functions and technological
advances make them exceptional products, showcases of our
unique know-how.
Your new DE DIETRICH hob will blend harmoniously into your
kitchen and perfectly combine cooking performance and ease of use.
We wanted to offer you a product of excellence.
In the line of DE DIETRICH products, you will also find a wide range
of ovens, microwaves, ventilation hoods, hoods, dishwashers, and
refrigerators, all of which can be integrated and all of which can be
coordinated with your new DE DIETRICH cooking hob.
Of course, in an ongoing effort to better satisfy your demands with
regard to our products, our after-sales service department is at your
disposal and ready to listen in order to respond to all of your
questions and suggestions (contact information at the end of this
booklet).
Log onto our website www.dedietrich-electromenager.com where
you will find our latest innovations as well as useful and
complementary information.
DE DIETRICH
Setting New Values
As part of our commitment to constantly improving our products, we reserve the right to
make changes to them based on advances to their technical, functional and/or
aesthetic properties.
Important : Before installing and using your appliance, please read this Installation
and Usage Guide carefully, as it will allow you to quickly familiarise yourself with its
operation.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
• Safety Instructions _________________________________________
• Caring for the environment __________________________________
• Description of your appliance ________________________________
• Description of your control panel _____________________________
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• Choice of location __________________________________________
• Fitting ____________________________________________________
• Fitting tips ________________________________________________
• Electric connection _________________________________________
• Gas connection ____________________________________________
• Changing the gas supply ____________________________________
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• Description of your hob top __________________________________
• Cookware suitable for gas burners ____________________________
• Switching on the gas burners ________________________________
• Description of the controls (2 burner model) ____________________
• Setting the timer (2 burner model) ____________________________
• Description of the controls (1 high-power burner model) __________
• Setting the timer (1 burner model) ____________________________
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3 / MAINTAINING YOUR APPLIANCE
• Maintaining your appliance __________________________________ 55
4 / SPECIAL MESSAGES, INCIDENTS
• During use ________________________________________________ 56
5 / SMALL FAULTS AND PROBLEMS _______________________________ 57
6 / GUIDE TO GAS COOKING (2 burner model) _______________________ 58
6 / GUIDE TO GAS COOKING (1 high-power burner model) _____________ 58
7 / PERSONAL NOTES ___________________________________________ 59
8 / AFTER-SALES SERVICE DEPARTMENT AND CUSTOMER RELATIONS
• Repairs ___________________________________________________ 60
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SAFETY GUIDELINES
• SAFETY GUIDELINES
EN 60335-2-6 relating to the heating of
cabinets and the Class 3 standard with regard
to installation (as per standard EN 30-1-1).
— We have designed this cooking hob for use
by private individuals in their homes.
— This appliance must be installed in
compliance with currently applicable
regulations and used only in a well-ventilated
location. Consult this guide before installing
and using your appliance.
— All cooking should take place under your
surveillance.
— These cooking hobs are intended
exclusively for cooking beverages and
foodstuffs and do not contain any asbestosbased materials.
— This appliance is not connected to a
combustion by-product disposal system. It
must be installed and connected in
compliance with all applicable laws. Special
attention should be given to applicable
regulations concerning ventilation.
— Do not store cleaning PRODUCTS or
FLAMMABLE PRODUCTS (aerosol cans or
pressurised containers, as well as papers,
cookbooks, etc.) in the cabinet underneath
your cooking hob.
— If you use a drawer located under the hob,
we recommend that you avoid using it to
store items that are heat sensitive (plastic,
papers, aerosol cans, etc.).
— Your hob should be disconnected from
power and fuel supplies (electricity and gas)
before any repairs.
— When you connect the power cables of any
electrical appliances plugged in close to the
hob, ensure that they are not in contact with
the cooking zones.
— As a safety measure, do not forget to close
the general supply tap for gas distributed by
pipe or the tap of the tank for butane or
propane gas after use.
—The CE mark is affixed to these hobs.
— Installation should only be performed by
installers and qualified technicians.
— Before installation, ensure that the local
distribution conditions (gas type and
pressure) and the appliance’s settings are
compatible.
— This hob is compliant with standard
Warning
The required settings for the hob are
written on a sticker located in the plastic
bag, as well as on the packaging.
In order to easily locate the reference
information for your appliance, we
recommend that you note it on the “AfterSales Service Department and Customer
Relations” page (this page also explains
where to find this information on your
appliance).
This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with impaired
physical, sensory or mental capacities, or by
inexperienced or untrained persons, except
if they have been instructed in its operation
by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be watched to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
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CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
• CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
— This appliance’s packing materials are
recyclable. Recycle them and play a role in
protecting the environment by depositing
them in local authority containers provided
for this purpose.
Your appliance also contains
various recyclable materials. It is
therefore marked with this logo to
indicate that, in European Union
countries, used appliances must
not be mixed with other waste.
Appliance recycling organised by
your manufacturer will thus be carried out in
optimum conditions, in accordance with
European directive 2002/96/CE relating to
electrical and electronic equipment waste.
Contact your local council or your retailer to
find out the drop-off points for used
appliances that are nearest to your home.
We thank you for your help in protecting the
environment.
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DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• DESCRIPTION OF THE HOB
Hob model: 2 gas burners
with touch-sensitive controls
A
Grill
to support
pan
B
C
D
F
E
Fig. 01
Hob model: 1 high-power burner
with touch-sensitive controls
A
Grill
to support
pan
B
C
D
E
F
A
Burner cover
D
Spark igniter
B
Burner head
E
Thermocouple
C
Injector
F
Control panel
Tip
This Guide to Installation and Use is valid for several models. There may be minor
differences in details or fittings between your appliance and the descriptions provided.
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DESCRIPTION OF YOUR APPLIANCE
• DESCRIPTION OF YOUR CONTROL PANEL
Model: 2 burner DTG738*/*
G
H
H
F
J
A
I
B
A
E
I
C
B
D
Model: 1 burner DTG708*/*
H
G
H
F
J
A
I
A
B
B
A
Burner on/off touch control
F
Overall off button
B
Burner reference
G
Timer clock display
C
Timer adjustment
H
Burner temperature display
D
Lock display
I
Burner power adjuster
E
Lock/unlock touch control of
control panel
J
Direct access touch control
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E
I
C
D
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70 cm mini
APPLIANCE
30
cm
mi
ni
m
49 c
34
i
min
cm
5,3
3 cm
mini
cm
30
cm
Width
Depth
Thickness
Model
Standard
cabinet
cut-out
34 cm
49 cm
depending
on cabinet
38 cm
Standard
cabinet
cut-out
34 cm
49 cm
depending
on cabinet
38 cm
Total
dimensions
above
the work
surface
38 cm
52 cm
5 cm
38 cm
Total
dimensions
below
the work
surface
34 cm
48 cm
5.1 cm
38 cm
mi
ni
Fig. 01
• CHOICE OF LOCATION
— Place your hob in the opening of the support unit,
carefully centering it in the cut-out.
— Reposition the pan supports, burner covers and
burner heads.
— Connect the hob’s power cable to your kitchen’s
Electricity
electricity supply (see section “E
connection”).
— Connect your appliance to the gas supply (see
Gas connection”).
section “G
Your appliance shoud be flush mounted in the
surface of a support cabinet that is a minimum of 3
cm thick, made of a material that resists heat or that
is covered with such a material.
So as not to inhibit the movement of cooking
utensils, there should not be to any obstacle within
30 cm of the hob to the right or left or back.
If a horizontal divider wall is positioned under the
hob, it should be placed between 10 cm and 15 cm
away from the top of the work surface. Never store
aerosol cans or pressurised containers in any
compartment that may exist under the hob (see
chapter “Safety instructions”).
Housing
• BEFORE INSTALLATION
Before installation of your appliance and to ensure
leaktightness between the drawer unit and the work
surface, make sure that you glue the seal provided
in the plastic bag (Fig. 02).
— Remove the pan supports, the burner covers and
burner heads; noting their positions.
— Turn the hob over and carefully place it on top of
the opening in the cabinet so as not to damage the
knobs and spark plugs.
— Glue the foam seal, supplied with the appliance,
to the outside edge of the frame. This seal ensures
leaktightness between the glass and the work
surface.
(Fig. 02: model with touch-sensitive controls).
Seal
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Fig. 02
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• FITTING TIPS
Underside view
of the housing
— If you wish, you can immobilise the hob
using the four mounting brackets delivered
with their screws, fixed to the four corners of
the casing. You must use the holes provided
for this purpose, according to the diagram
above (Fig. 01).
— Stop screwing when the mounting bracket
starts to become deformed.
Do not use a screwdriver.
A
A
• CASE OF FLUSH FITTING ABOVE
A DRAWER, OF A CABINET WITH
A DOOR OR DRAWER
A
• Above an empty cabinet or a drawer
Fig. 01
(Fig. 02).
A Mounting holes
Fitting your hob above an oven requires the
oven to be fitted low. It is recommended that
the hob not be installed above an oven if the
oven’s ventilation is not frontwards.
Create an air vent in the partition to the right
or left of the oven, of 40 cm2.
Min 4mm
Min 40 cm2
Fig. 02
Worktop
Gas hob
Min 100
mm
Min
80 mm
Services
space
Front of
cabinet
Warning
The hob’s heat-safety features prevent it
being used while it is in pyrolysis mode.
Fig. 03
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• ELECTRIC CONNECTION
CROSS-SECTION OF CABLE TO BE USED
220-240 V~ - 50 Hz
Your hob is supplied with a power cable (type
H05VVF cross-section 1 mm2) with 3 conductors
(including 1 ground: green/yellow). These
conductors must be connected to the grid via a
standardised CEI 60083 live + ground + neutral
electrical outlet or or an all-pole cut-off device
with a minimum distance between contact
openings of 3.5 mm.
H05V2V2F cable T90
3 conductors
including
1 ground
Cross-section of
conductors in mm2
1
Fuse
The plug of the electrical outlet must be
accessible after installation.
Warning
If the power cable is damaged, it must
be replaced by a cable or a special kit
available from the manufacturer or its AfterSales Service Department.
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• GAS CONNECTION
• Preliminary comments
If your hob is installed above an oven or if proximity to other heating elements poses a threat of
overheating the connection, you must insulate the cable in a rigid pipe.
If a hose or soft pipe (in the case of butane gas) is used, it should not come into contact with a
moving part of the cabinet, nor should it pass through a location that may become blocked.
Warning
All soft pipes and hoses whose service life is limited must have a maximum length of
two meters and must be accessible along their entire length. They must be replaced before
the end of their service life (marked on the pipe). Regardless of the means of connection
chosen, ensure that the connection is leaktight, after installation, with soapy water.
In France, you must use a hose or a pipe bearing the stamp NF Gaz
The gas connection must be installed in
compliance with applicable regulations in the
country of installation.
• Gas distributed by pipe, natural
gas
For your safety, you must choose from the
three following connection options:
— Connection with a rigid pipe made from
copper and with screw-on mechanical
connectors (G1/2 gas standard mark). Make
the connection directly to the end of the
elbow fitted on the appliance.
— Connection with a wavy metal hose
(stainless steel) with screw-on mechanical
connectors (compliant with the NF D 36-121
standard) whose service life is unlimited ( Fig.
A).
— Connection with a reinforced rubber hose
with screw-on mechanical connectors
(compliant with the NF D 36-103 standard)
whose service life is 10 years (Fig. B).
Warning
When connecting your hob’s gas
supply, if you have to change the direction
of the elbow fitted on the appliance:
¬ Change the washer seal.
- Screw on the elbow’s nut, being careful not
to exceed a torque of 17 N.m.
Q;@
Q;@
Fig. A
40
Fig. B
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• Gas supplied by tank or
cylinder (butane/propane)
In an existing system, a soft pipe fitted with
clamps (compliant with the XP D 36-110
standard) whose service life is five years may
be used. It is necessary in this case to use an
adaptor without forgetting to fit a sealing
washer between the adaptor and the hob’s
elbow (Fig. 03).
For your safety, you must choose from the
three following connection options:
— Connection with a rigid pipe made from
copper and with screw-on mechanical
connectors (G1/2 gas standard mark). Make
the connection directly to the end of the
elbow fitted on the appliance.
Tip
You can obtain the adaptor and the sealing
washer from your After-Sales Service
Department.
— Connection with a wavy metal hose
(stainless steel) with screw-on mechanical
connectors (compliant with the NF D 36-125
standard) whose service life is unlimited (Fig.
01).
Warning
Screw on the adaptor with a torque not
exceeding 25 N.m.
— Connection with a reinforced rubber hose
with screw-on mechanical connectors
(compliant with the NF D 36-112 standard)
whose service life is 10 years (Fig. 02).
Q;@
Q;@
Fig. 01
A
Seal (not provided)
B
Adaptor (not provided)
C
Clamp (not provided)
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Fig. 02
Fig. 03
A
B
C
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• CHANGING FROM NATURAL GAS
TO BUTANE/PROPANE
Tip:
Each time you change the gas supply,
tick the box corresponding to the new gas
level on the label found in the plastic
pocket. Refer to the corresponding "Gas
Connection" section.
Warning:
Your appliance is sold pre-set for natural
gas. The injectors required for adaptation to
butane/propane can be found in the same plastic
pocket as this guide.
Each time you change the gas, BEFORE ANY
CONNECTION IS MADE, you must complete the
Switch
following steps in order:
— Flip the gas changing switch TO THE LEFT (Fig. 01).
— Adapt the gas connection
— Change the injectors
— Adjust the hob connections.
• Flip the gas changing switch: your appliance is
supplied by butane/propane You must flip the gas
changing switch on the right front of your hob to the
butane position (Fig. 01), or to the left.
• Adapt the gas connection: refer to the "Gas
Connection" section..
• Change the injectors, proceeding as follows:
— Remove the pan supports, heads and covers from
all burners.
Butane/Propane
Fig. 01
Natural
gas
Wrench
— Using the wrench provided, unscrew the injectors
located under each crucible and remove them (Fig
02).
Fig. 02
Crucible
Injector
— Replace with the corresponding gas injectors, in
compliance with the positioning of the injectors and
the table of gas properties at the end of this section:
— First screw them in manually until the injector
locks into place.
— Apply the wrench to the injector as far as it will go.
Line
— Draw a line on the burner plate using a pencil at
the place indicated (Fig 03).
Wrench
— Turn the wrench clockwise until the line appears
on the other side (Fig. 04).
Fig. 03
Warning
Exceeding this limit may damage the
product.
- Replace the burner heads, burner covers and pan
supports on the hob.
Line
YOUR HOB IS NOW READY TO BE USED WITH
BUTANE/PROPANE.
Wrench
Fig. 04
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Tip
• CHANGING FROM BUTANE/PROPANE
TO NATURAL GAS
Each time you change the gas supply,
tick the box corresponding to the new gas
level on the label found in the plastic bag.
Refer to the corresponding "Gas
Connection" section.
During this operation, BEFORE ANY CONNECTION IS
MADE, you must complete the following steps:
— Turn the gas changing switch TO THE RIGHT
(Fig. 01).
— Adapt the gas connection
— Change the injectors
—Adjust the hob connections
• Turn the gas changing switch: your appliance is
supplied by butane/propane You must flip the gas
changing switch on the right front of your hob to the
network gas (natural gas) position (Fig. 01), or to the
right.
• Adapt the gas connection: refer to the "Gas
Connection" section..
• Change the injectors, proceeding as follows:
— Remove the pan supports, heads and covers from
all burners.
Switch
Butane/Propane
Fig. 01
Natural
gas
Wrench
— Using the wrench provided, unscrew the injectors
located under each crucible and remove them (Fig
02).
— Replace with the corresponding gas injectors, in
compliance with the positioning of the injectors and
the table of gas properties at the end of this section:
Fig. 02
— First screw them in manually until the injector
locks into place.
Crucible
Injector
— Apply the wrench to the injector as far as it will go.
— Draw a line on the burner plate using a pencil at
the place indicated (Fig 03).
— Turn the wrench clockwise until the line appears
on the other side (Fig. 04).
Line
Warning
Wrench
Exceeding this limit may damage the
product.
- Replace the burner heads, burner covers and pan
supports on the hob.
Fig. 03
YOUR HOB IS NOW READY TO BE USED WITH
NETWORK (NATURAL) GAS.
Line
Wrench
Fig. 04
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— Replace the corresponding gas injectors, in
accordance with the positioning of the
injectors and the gas characteristics table
shown at the end of this section . To do this:
— First screw them in manually until the
injector locks into place.
— Apply the corresponding spanner to the
injector.
— Turn the spanner clockwise.
• CHANGING THE GAS SUPPLY
(High-power burner)
Warning
Your appliance is sold pre-set for
natural gas. The injectors required for
adapting it to butane/propane can be found
in the plastic bag containing this guide.
Each time you change the gas supply, you
must complete the following:
Warning
Screw on the adaptor with a torque not
exceeding 4 N.m.
Exceeding this limit may damage the
product.
— Flip the gas changing switch TO THE RIGHT or
TO THE LEFT depending on the gas selected (Fig.
01).
— Adapt the gas connection
— Change the injectors
— Adjust the hob connections.
— Replace the head of the burner, the cap and
the grill.
• Adapt the gas connection : Refer to the
“Gas Connection” section.
Tip
• Change the injectors, proceeding as
- Each time you change the gas supply,
tick the box corresponding to the new gas
level on the label found in the plastic bag.
Refer to the corresponding “Gas
Connection” section.
follows:
— Replace the grill, the cap, and the head of
the burner.
— Using a No.10 spanner, unscrew the central
injector located at the base of the burner unit
(see A ) and using a No. 7 spanner, unscrew
the 3 injectors located around the central
injector (see B ) around (Fig. 02).
Interrupteur
Gaz
Butane/Propane
Gaz naturel
A
Fig. 01
B
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Fig. 02
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CCHANGEMENT
HANGING THE G
ASGAZ
SUPSUR
PLY O
N BRULEUR
THE TRIPLE
CROWCOURONNE
N BURNER
DE
LE
TRIPLE
!
!
Petit Chapeau
de brûleur
Small
burner cover
Petitcentral
brûleurburner
central
Small
Chapeau
de brûleur
Main burner
cover
principal
Main burner
Brûleur
principal
BUTANE/AU
PRO
PANBUTANE/PROPANE
E GAS SETTING
REGLAGE
GAZ
NATURAAU
L GGAZ
AS SNATUREL
ETTING
REGLAGE
Small central burner
Petit brûleur
central
Specific for Butane/
Spécifique
Butane/Propane
Propane
Gas
Petit
brûleur
central
Small
central
burner
Spécifique
Naturel
Specific forGaz
Natural
Gas
(Livré
dans la pochette)
Provided in the small bag
N
!
!
B
N
B
U
T
G
N
45
B
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•Gas Properties
Appliance intended to be installed for use with:
FR ............................... cat: II 2E+3+
GB ............................... cat : II2H3+
Hourly rate below:
at 15° C under 1013 mbars
TRIPLE RING BURNER
Marking engraved on injector
Nominal heat release rate
Reduced heat release rate
Hourly rate
Hourly rate
AUXILIARY BURNER
Marking engraved on injector
Nominal heat release rate
Reduced heat release rate (with safety)
Hourly rate
Hourly rate
FR-GB
FR-GB
Butane
gas
G30
G31
28-30 mbar 37 mbar
(kW)
(kW)
(g/hr)
(l/hr)
(kW)
(kW)
(g/hr)
(l/hr)
CENTRAL BURNER
Marking engraved on injector
Nominal heat release rate
Reduced heat release rate (with safety)
Hourly rate
Hourly rate
(kW)
(kW)
(g/hr)
(l/hr)
EXTERNAL RING
Marking engraved on injector
Nominal heat release rate
Reduced heat release rate (with safety)
Hourly rate
Hourly rate
(kW)
(kW)
(g/hr)
(l/hr)
90A
3,30
1,650
240
90A
3,30
FR-GB
FR
Natural
gas
G20
Natural
gas
G25
20 mbar
25 mbar
45A
3,65
1,450
45A
3,65
1,450
236
348
45
0,70
0,300
51
45
0,70
6A
0,90
0,350
404
6A
0,90
0,350
50
86
49B
1,00
0,620
73
9B
49
1,00
100
74B
1,05
0,615
74B
1,05
0,615
100
116
97B
5,05
2,050
97B
5,05
2,050
481
559
4,55
4,55
434
504
6,10
6,10
581
675
71
63B
4,60
2,050
334
63B
4,60
329
ENTIRE HOB 2 GAS BURNERS 38 CM
WITH TRIPLE RING BURNERS AND AUXILIARY
Total heat release rate
Maximum flow rate
ENTIRE HOB 1 GAS BURNER 38 CM
WITH HIGH -POWER BURNER
Total heat release rate
Maximum flow rate
(kW)
(g/hr)
(l/hr)
4,00
291
(kW)
(g/hr)
(l/hr)
5,60
407
4,00
286
5,60
400
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• Markings on the injectors
The table below shows where the injectors
are positioned on your appliance according to
the type of gas used.
Each number is marked on the injector.
63B
MARKINGS ON THE INJECTORS
38 cm hob with
auxiliary burner + triple ring burner
Natural Gas
Butane/propane
gas
45A
90A
6A
45
38 cmhob with
high-power flame
Natural Gas
97B
74B
97B
97B
Butane/Propane Gas
63B
49B
63B
63B
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Example:
injector marking 95
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• DESCRIPTION OF YOUR HOB TOP
Model 2 burners with electronic controls
DTG738*/*
B
A
Model 1 burner with electronic controls
DTG708 */*
C
(*) Power obtained with G20 natural gas
48
A
Auxiliary burner 0.85 kW (*)
B
Triple-ring burner 3.6 kW (*)
C
High-power burner 6,1 kW (*)
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• COOKWARE TO BE USED WITH GAS BURNERS
• Which burner should you use depending on your cookware?
Super fast
triple ring
Semi-fast
auxiliary
Burner
power flame
Ring
external
Burner
central
20 to 30 cm
8 to 14 cm
Max 30 cm
20 to 30 cm
8 to 14 cm
Frying,
Gentle simmer
Wok
Frying,
Simmering
Boiling
Boiling
— Adjust the ring of flames so that they do
not extend beyond the edges of the
cookware (Fig. 01).
— Do not use cookware with a concave or
convex bottom (Fig. 02).
— Do not leave a gas burner operating with
empty cookware.
— Do not use cookware that partially covers
the control panel.
— Do not use cookware that goes over the
edges of the cooking hob.
— Do not use heat distributors, toasters
(Fig. 03), steel meat broilers or stewpots that
have feet resting on or touching the
glass top
CORRECT
INCORRECT
Fig. 01
CONCAVE
Fig. 02
— Only cooking hobs with the “high power”
burner are equipped with a special “wok”type grid.
This wok type grid allows you to use
concave cookware. Supplied only for “high
power” burners, it provides better flame
distribution under large receptacles such as
woks (Fig. 04).
Fig. 03
— Keep natural ventilation orifices in
your home open or install a mechanical
ventilation device (mechanical ventilation
hood).
— Intensive, prolonged use of the appliance
may require additional ventilation; you can,
for example, open a window or provide
more effective ventilation or increase power
to the mechanical ventilation, if such a
system is installed (a minimum air flow of 2
m3/hr per kW of gas power is required).
Example:
38 cm hob - 2 gas burners
total power: 3,6 + 0,85 = 4,45 kW
4.45 kW x 2 = 8.90 m3/hr minimum flow
Fig. 04
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• How do I switch on and adjust the
power?
— Select the burner you want to use by
pressingthe touch control
that turns it on
(Fig. 01).
Fig. 01
In the display, the selected power level
starts to flash.
— Select the heat level by pressing the
adjustment touchpad for the burner power
(direct access). (Fig. 02). Your table lights up
automatically.
— You can adjust the power of the burner by
pressing the touchpads
or
.
Fig. 02
This power level is displayed by:
- Pressing
selects the
position
(Fig. 03).
- Pressing
position
(Fig. 04).
selects the
Fig. 03
— Locking: press the control
for about 3
seconds ; the indicator lights up. The controls are
locked, apart from the on/off control
of the
burners, and the overall stop touchpad.
— Unlocking: press the control for about 3
seconds
(Fig. 05). The indicator goes out.
The hob re-finds all the confirmed settings.
Fig. 04
— Overall stop: you can turn off all the burners
immediately by using the overall stop
touchpad
.
— Residual heat indicator: the cooking zone
can stay hot for several minutes. An “H “ is
displayed during this period. Avoid touching
the hot areas during this time.
Fig. 05
Tip
The burner’s flames are smaller near
the support to protect the support’s
enamel.
Warning
In case it goes out accidentally (eg: a gust
of air), your hob is equipped with an automatic
relighting system (for models with touchsensitive controls). This is limited to 2 relightings for any single instance.
You can turn off all the burners immediately by
using the overall stop touchpad
.
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• DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
(2 burner model)
A
A
On/off buttons
B
Power level buttons
C
Timer buttons
B
C
• SWITCHING ON
Press the button
for the cooking zone
you want to use.
A flashing 0 display and a beep indicates that
the cooking zone is on. You can then choose
the desired power level.
If you do not select a power level, the cooking
zone will automatically switch off.
• SWITCHING OFF
Press the touch control
for the zone used
or the power button
until the display reads
0.
• ADJUSTING THE POWER LEVEL
Press the touch control
or
to adjust
your power level between 1 and 9.
When the appliance is switched on, you can
move directly to maximum power by pressing
the button
to minimum power with the
button
..
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• SETTING THE TIMER (2 burner model)
A rotating timer (maximum duration 99 minutes)
is available for all the cooking zones; it applies
to one cooking zone or to both at the same
time.
By pressing the button repeatedly you can
select the cooking zone to which you wish to
apply the timer. The timer symbol
can be
applied only to the zones that are on. The
power light flashes.
• To use the timer: :
— Switch on the cooking zone and adjust the
power level. .
— Position the timer display on this cooking
zone.
.
— Adjust the duration by pressing
or
.
EWhen cooking is finished the zone switches
off, the timer indicates 0, and you are notified by
a beeping sound.
— Press the timer’s
or
button to stop
this beeping.
• To change the timer settings:
— Position the timer display on the cooking
zone you want to change.
— Press the
or
button of the timer.
• To stop the timer: :
— Position the timer display on the cooking
zone you want to change.
— Press and keep your finger on the timer's
or
button for several seconds until it
reads 0.
• To set another timer:
— Set the rotating display to another zone. The
display is highlighted.
— Set the duration.
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Warning
When more than one timer is
working, the flashing power display
indicates the zone whose timer can be
changed or turned off.
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• DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
(model: 1 high-power burner)
A
A
On/off buttons
B
Power level buttons
C
Timer buttons
B
C
• POWERING ON
--- When switched on, you will note
that the central burner ignites
before the outside ring and that any
power modification is done in the same
order.
--- When switched off, the two burners
extinguish at the same time.
You can either use the central burner on its
own (controls on the left )
), ), or you can
use the entire burner (central burner + outside
ring) (controls on the right
).
It is not possible to use only the outside ring.
The direct access
or
buttons on the
controls C affect the central burner and
the outside ring.
• OFF
Press the button
for the cooking zone
used ou or the power button
until 0 is
displayed.
• ADJUSTING THE POWER LEVEL
Press the touch control
or
to adjust
your power level between 1 and 9.
When the appliance is switched on, you can
move directly to maximum power by pressing
the button
or to minimum power with the
button .
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• SETTING THE TIMER
(1 high-power burner model)
A timer (maximum duration 99 minutes)
is available for all the cooking zones and
controls either the central burner,
or the complete burner (central burner +
outside ring).
C
• To use the timer:
— Switch on the cooking zone and adjust the
power level.
— Adjust the duration by pressing
or
.
When cooking is finished the zone switches
off, the timer indicates 0, and you are notified
by a beeping sound.
— Press the timer’s
or
button to
stop this beeping.
• To change the timer settings:
— Press the
or
button on the timer.
• To stop the timer:
— Press and keep your finger on the timer's
or
button for several seconds until it
reads 0.
— On the controls C , the timer will
control the entire burner (central burner
+ outside ring).
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• MAINTAINING YOUR APPLIANCE
MAINTENANCE......
Of the spark plugs
and injectors
WHAT TO DO
PRODUCTS/ACCESSORIES
TO BE USED
In the event that the spark plugs become . Small, hard-bristled brush.
soiled, clean them using a small, hard. Safety pin
bristled brush (non-metallic).
The gas injector is located in the centre of
the burner in the form of a crucible. Be
careful not to clog it during cleaning, as
this will reduce the performance of your
hob. If it is obstructed, use a safety pin to
unclog the injector.
Of the pan supports For tough stains, use a non-abrasive . Gentle scrubbing cream.
and gas burners
cream, then rinse with clean water.
Carefully wipe each part of the burner . Cleaning sponge
before using your hob again.
Of the glass
worktop
- Clean with warm water and then wipe. - Cleaning sponge.
For tough stains, use products designed
- Special vitroceramic glass
for vitroceramic glass.
products (e.g.: Cera-clean).
Warning
- Never clean your appliance while it is in operation. Set all the electric and gas
controls to zero.
- If a crack appears in the surface of the glass disconnect your appliance immediately to
prevent a risk of electric shock. Contact the After-Sales Service Department.
Tips
— It is better to clean the parts of the hob by hand rather than in the dishwasher.
— Do not use an abrasive sponge to clean your hob.
— Do not use steam cleaning.
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• DURING USE
YOU OBSERVE THAT:
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?
• There are sparks, but the burner(s)
does(do) not light.
. Check that the gas inlet pipe is not pinched.
. Check that the length of the gas inlet pipe is less than 2
meters.
. Check that the gas inlet pipe is open.
. If you have gas in a cylinder or tank, check that it is not empty.
. If you have just installed the hob or changed the gas cylinder,
hold the knob down in the maximum open position until gas
arrives in the burners.
. Check that the injector is not clogged; if it is, unclog it with a
safety pin.
. Light your burner before placing your saucepan on it.
• In reduced heat mode, the burner
goes out or the flames remain high.
. Avoid strong air currents in the room.
. Check that the gas type being used corresponds to the
injectors installed (see the markings on the injectors in the
“Gas properties” section).
Reminder: The cooking hobs are sold pre-set for use with gas
from the grid (natural gas).
• The flames look irregular or
uneven.
. Check the cleanness of the burners and injectors under the
burners, the burner assembly, etc.
Check that there is enough gas in the cylinder.
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You have a doubt about whether your hob is working properly .... ...... this does not
necessarily mean there is a problem with your hob. In any event, check the following points:
CODES
ERROR
➤ 2 beeps then the display
F1 or F2 or F3 or F... on the
timer
, then the
display A1 or A2 or A...
➤ You are not able to apply any of the controls and
the displays indicate nothing.
WHAT IS HAPPENING?
➡ This is the procedure for connecting
your hob to the electric power.
WHAT TO DO?
✓ Wait for a few seconds for the
display
to go out.
➡ If you press on the overall stop
touch control ; this is normal.
✓ Your hob is ready to use.
➡ Electricity power cut.
✓ Check that you have electric power.
✓ If you have power and the fault persists, call your After-Sales Service..
✓ Check that the gas turned on and
that the burners are correctly assembled.
➤
display E4 and
the hob lets out a beep.
One of the faulty burner
lights lights up.
➡ Your burner does not light.
✓ Check that the injectors correspond
to the gas being used (see table of
technical characteristics).
✓ Check that the corresponding burner is sparking properly.
✓ After carrying out all these checks,
turn it on again by pressing
.
➤
displays a time
that flashes. (Time remaining until electricity power
is cut).
➡ You have had a power cut or you have
used the overall stop touchpad
.
➤
display E2 or
E5, one of the faulty-burner indicators flashes and
it makes a beep.
➡ The affected burner cannot be used.
➤
➡ Your hob cannot be used.
display E6.
➡ however, you can use the other burners.
➤
display E7. one
of the indicators lights up
to say the burner is faulty.
➡ You have a flame or a hot item at the
safety unit (thermocouple).
➤
display EE and
indicators light up to say
which burners are faulty.
➡ The hob has 2 faults.
✓ Press to use
normally.
your hob
✓ Call your After-Sales Sevice and tell
them exactly what error code was
displayed.
✓ Turn off the gas.
✓ Call your After-Sales Sevice and tell
them exactly what error code was
displayed.
✓ Turn off the gas.
✓ Call your After-Sales Service.
✓ Call your After-Sales Service and tell
them exactly which indicators are lit.
- The display of an error code automatically blocks the use of the
timer
.
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• GUIDE TO GAS COOKING (2 burner model)
PREPARATIONS
TIMES
TRIPLE
CROWN
X
SOUPS
Broths
Thick soups
8-10 minutes
FISH
Court-bouillon
Grilled food
8-10 minutes
8-10 minutes
SAUCES
Hollandaise, Bearnaise
Bechamel, Aurore
VEGETABLES Chicory, spinach
Cooked peas
Provençal tomatoes
Browned potatoes
Pasta
MEATS
FRYING
Steak
Blanquette, Osso-bucco
Sauteed poultry breasts
Tournedos
X
X
X
X
10 minutes
25-30 minutes
15-20 minutes
90 minutes
10-12 minutes
10 minutes
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Chips
Fritters
DESSERTS Rice pudding
Fruit compotes
Pancakes
Chocolate
Custard
Coffee (small percolator)
AUXILIARY
X
X
25 minutes
3-4 minutes
3-4 minutes
10 minutes
X
• GUIDE TO GAS COOKING (1 high-power burner model)
PREPARATIONS
TIMES
HIGH
POWER
SOUPS
Broths
Thick soups
8-10 minutes
X
FISH
Court-bouillon
Grilled food
8-10 minutes
8-10 minutes
X
X
SAUCES
Hollandaise, Bearnaise
Bechamel, Aurore
VEGETABLES Chicory, spinach
Cooked peas
Provençal tomatoes
Browned potatoes
Pasta
MEATS
FRYING
Steak
Blanquette, Osso-bucco
Sauteed poultry breasts
Tournedos
MISCELLANEOUS Paella
RING
EXTERNAL
X
X
10 minutes
X
25-30 minutes
15-20 minutes
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
90 minutes
10-12 minutes
10 minutes
X
X
X
X
X
Chips
Fritters
DESSERTS Rice pudding
Fruit compotes
Crêpes
Chocolate
Custard
Coffee (small percolator)
BURNER
CENTRAL
X
X
X
25 minutes
X
3-4 minutes
3-4 minutes
10 minutes
X
X
X
X
25 minutes
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• SERVICE CALLS
Any repairs to your appliance must be carried
out by a qualified professional authorised to
work on the brand. When you call, mention
your appliance’s complete reference (model,
type, serial number). This information appears
on the manufacturer’s nameplate (Fig. 01).
DTI702
CE
Fig. 01
GENUINE REPLACEMENT PARTS
During any servicing, ask that they use only
genuine replacement parts.
To preserve your appliance, we recommend that you use Clearit cleaning products.
Professional expertise serving individuals.
Clearit offers you professional products and solutions designed for the daily care of your
household appliances and kitchens.
They are on sale at your regular retailer, along with a complete line of accessories and
consumables.
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Translation/DTP by Technicis SAS - Boulogne-Billancourt - France
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