Bosch NGT93 Operating instructions

BOSCH
USE AND
CARE HANUAL
for
GAS COOKTOPS
with FULL SURFACE GRATES
C
6'd30" MODELS
NGT73,
NGP73
To the Installer:
To the Consumer:
36" MODELS
NGT93, NGP93
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Dear
Thank
you
cooktop.
believe
Bosch Cooktop
and congratulations
Whether
that
expectations
you
on your
you are an expert
will
find
for a modern
your
purchase
Bosch
cooktop
important
used a gas cooktop.
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Instructions
at the front
printed
sure
to
cooktop
familiarize
yourself
with
to these instructions and procedures
For
even
of your
your
the
before using your
if you have never before
attention
of the book
placed throughout
to the Safety
and the numerous
this manual. Also, be
proper
and its cleaning and maintenance
full potential
exceeds
of these fine cooktops.
This is especially
safety hints and cautions
cook we
You will take great pride in
We also ask that you read this manual thoroughly
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of a Bosch
chef or a beginning
gas cooktop.
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Owner
operation
procedures.
of the
Adherence
will assure that you realize the
new cooktop.
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Huntington
Note:
The Bosch
cooktop
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Corp.
Beach, CA 92649
referred
to throughout
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Table of Contents
Safety
Instructions
.......................................
I-2
Care
and Cleaning
Operating
Instructions
Features of Your Cool<top ...................................3
Sealed Burners .........................................................4
Cleaning the Cool<top ............................................8
Burner Caps .............................................................
4
Grates ........................................................................
4
Burner Control Knobs ......................................4-5
Problem
Solver
In Case of a Power Failure ....................................S
Electronic Ignidon/Reignition ...............................5
Typical Flame Characteristics ..............................5
Power Failure ...........................................................5
Cool<top Cleaning Chart ...................................8-9
Before Calling for Service ................................... 0
Consumer
Warranty ................................................................. I
How to Obtain Service ........................................ 0
Data Plate Information ....................... Back Cover
Proper Cool<ware ...................................................6
Cooldng Chart .........................................................7
IMPORTANT
SAFETY
Read all instructions
Services
INSTRUCTIONS
before
using this appliance•
COOKTOP
WARNING:
If the
information
in this manual
is not
followed exactly,
a fire or explosion
may
result causing property damage, personal
injury or death.
I
TO
DO
IF YOU
SMELL
•
Do not touch any electrical
•
Do not use any phone in your
•
Immediately
call your gas supplier from
a neighbor's
phone. Follow the gas
supplier's instructions.
Installation
performed
authorized
supplier.
and
service
switch.
building.
•
For proper lighting and performance
keep the igniters clean and dry.
•
In the event that a burner goes out and gas escapes,
open a window or a door. Wait at least 5 minutes
before using the cool<top.
•
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
•
Do not use aluminum foil to line any part of the
cool<top.
•
If the cooktop is near a window, be certain that
curtains or any other window covering do not blow
over or near the burners; they could catch on fire.
gas supplier,
must
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Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance
unless specifically recommended in this manual. All
other servicing should be referred to a qualified
technician.
Do not try to light any appliance.
If you cannot reach your
call the fire department.
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Have the cool<top installed and grounded by a qualified technician. Have the installer show you where the
gas shut-off valve is located.
GAS:
•
•
WARNING
- To reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, or injury to persons, take
these precautions:
This appliance is intended for normal family household use only. See the Warranty. If you have any
questions, contact the manufacturer.
Do not store or use gasoline
or other
flammablevapors
and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
WHAT
SAFETY
be
by a qualified
installer,
service agency or the gas
PAGE I
of the burners,
ILIMPORTANT
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
Read all instructions before using this appliance.
PERSONAL
•
SAFETY
WARNING
m TO REDUCE THE
RISK OF INJURY TO PERSONS, IN
THE EVENT OF A GREASE FIRE,
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
THE
SUR-
Use only dry potholders; moist or damp potholders
on hot surfaces may cause burns from steam.
•
Never leave the cool(top unattended
Boilovers cause smoldng, and greasy
ignite. A spill on a burner can smother
the flame or hinder spark ignition.
occurs, turn off burner and check
burner is operating normally, turn it
•
During cooldng, set the burner control so that the
flame heats only the bottom of the pan and does
not extend beyond the bosom of the pan.
•
Take care that drafts like those from fans or forced air
vents do not blow flammable material toward the
In the event of a grease fire SMOTHER FLAMES with a
close-fi_ing lid, coolde sheet, or other metal tray, then
turn off the gas burner. BE CAREFUL TO PREVENT
BURNS. Ifcheflames do notgo out immediately, EVACUATE AND CALL THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Do not usewater, including wet dishcloches or towels on
grease fires. A violent steam explosion may result_
NEVER PICK UPA FLAMING PAN. You may be burned.
•
ALWAYS haveaworldngSMOKE DETECTOR near
the kitchen.
•
LEAVE THE HOOD
VENTILATOR
When using the cool<top: DO NOT TOUCH
BURNER GRATES OR THE IMMEDIATE
ROUNDING
AREA.
when in use.
spillovers may
all or part of
If a boilover
operation. If
back on.
flames or push the flames so that they extend
beyond the edges of the pan.
ON when
flamb6ing food.
•
Always position handles of utensils inward so they
do not extend over adjacent work areas, burners, or the
edge of the cool<top.
•
Wear proper apparel. Loose fitting garments or
hanging sleeves should never be worn while cooking.
•
In the event chat personal clothing catches fire, DROP
AND ROLL IMMEDIATELY
to extinguish flames.
Use an extinguisher ONLY IF:
•
You know you have a Class ABC extinguisher, and
you already know how to operate it_
•
The fire is small and contained in the area where it
started.
•
The fire department is being called.
•
You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
Never let clothing, potholders, or other flammable materials come in contact with hot burn-
SMOTHER FLAMES from other types of food fires with
baldng soda. NEVER use water on cooldng fires.
ers or hot burner grates.
Use only certain types of glass, heatproof
ceramic, ceramic,
earthenware,
or other
WARNING
m TO REDUCE THE
RISKOF BURN INJURIES DURING
COOKTOP
USE, OBSERVE THE
FOLLOWING:
utensils
that
are suitable
for cool(top
glassglazed
use.
Do not clean the cool(top while it is still hot. Some
cleaners produce noxious fumes when applied to a hot
surface.
Never
use the cool<top to warm
•
or heat a room.
Children or pets should not be left alone or
unattended in an area where appliances are in
use. They should never be allowed to sit or stand on any
part of the appliance.
CAUTION:
Do not store items of interest to
children above or at the back of the cool(top.
Do not store flammable
cool(top.
materials
on or near the
CAUTION:
Do not allow aluminum foil, plastic,
paper or cloth to come in contact with a hot
burner or grate. Do not allow pans to boil dry.
California Proposition
65 - Warning: Burning gas
cooking fuel generates some by-products which are on the
list of substances which are known by the State of
California to cause cancer or reproductive harm. To
minimize exposure to these substances, always operate
this unit according to the instructions contained in this
booklet and provide good ventilation.
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FEATURES
OFYOUR
COOKTOP
30" Models
O
36" Models
KEY NO*
LOCATION
BTU
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Left Rear
9,100
2
Right Rear-30"
I 1,000
3
Right Rear-36"
9,100
4
Left Front
12,500 - NGT
15,000 - NGP
5
Right Front-30",
6
Center
Front-36",
7
Center
Rear-36"
8
Serial/Number/Data
Key numbers
I-7 also correspond
Simmer
Simmer
Burner
Burner
RATE
Model
Model
6,5001950
6,5001950
I 1,000
Plate
to the control knob location for the burner.
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COOKTOP
OPERATION
Burner
The following pages explain how each feature on the
gas cooktop works and how to get the best cooking
results.
The position of each double grate is labeled on the
underside edge of the grate as shown in the figure below.
Follow these hints when cooking on the cooktop:
•
Use proper cool<ware. (See Page 6.)
•
Center the pan over the burner before turning the
burner on.
•
.\'L.
.-/,\-.
Burners
Your new cool<top has sealed gas burners. There are
no burner parts under the cooktop to clean, disassemble
or adjust. Your cooktop has two different burner cap
sizes, large and medium. Match the pan to the size burner.
30"
--/,\--
Sin,,e
(36"
models
\"_
J
I'_
only)
Center
Side
Models
straight
36"
have two
universal
side in the center.
Position
the
They are interchangeable
grates.
by
180 °.
Models
one single
illustrated
Enamel Burner Cap
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(30" models only)
Caps
Porcelain
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Universal
rotating
Burner
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Fiq FiG I ri-i I
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Refer to the Cooking Chart on Page 7 for suggested
flame settings.
Sealed
Grates
have one side grate,
grate.
above.
Position
the
WARNING:To
A
one center
grates
on the
prevent
grate
and
cooktop
as
flare-ups
grates
be properly
positioned is on
the
cooktop must
whenever
the cooktop
in use.
Po_s
Locator
Burner
Each of the four
feet must be placed into
the corresponding
dimples in the cool<top.
See illustration
on Page 8. Do not use agrate
if the rubber
feet are missing or damaged.
Control
Knobs
Igniter
Locator
Notch
OFF
tl
Base
Indicator
A
Line
Control
Knob
The burner cap is porcelainized steel. On the underside of the cap is one Iocator which must fit into the
corresponding notch on the burner base. If the burner
cap is not placed correctly, the burner may not light or the
flame may not burn completely or correctly.
LO
STANDARD BURNER CONTROL
useARNING:
the cooktop
all burnerdocaps
To without
prevent flare-ups
not
and all burner grates properly positioned.
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all
COOKTOP
Burner
Control
Knobs
OPERATION
The ignitor
tion.
(continued)
The standard burner controls have an infinite number
should
of heat settings with no fixed positions.
•
Avoid
To operate: Select the appropriate control knob, push
down and turn counterclockwise to the desired flame
•
If the igniter
a flame
Note:
turn
A rubber grommet is located under each control knob.
tioned
To remove knob and grommet:
With burner in
the OFF position, gently lift knob up and off. Gently pull
grommet toward center and lift out.
_
WARNING:Toavoidelectricshock,
donot
reach through opening into rough-in box.
water
I
or food
is wet
igniting the burner,
size. Turn OFF by turning the control knob clockwise to
OFF.
I
getting
be clean and dry for proper
or soiled,
opera-
on the igniter.
it may spark without
or even spark continuously
when
is present.
If the burner
the burner
correctly
does not light within
off. Check
on the
clean and dry. If a burner
4 seconds,
to see that the cap is posi-
burner
base and the igniter
still fails to
ignite,
is
see Before
Calling for Service on Page I0.
Typical
Flame
Characteristics
The burner flame should be blue in color and stable
To replace grommet and knob: Replace grommet by
placing center groove around cool<top. The rubber grommet should be firmly attached around the cool<top opening. Place the control knob indicator line at the OFF
position; press clown firmly.
Electronic
Ignition/Reignition
The cool<top uses electronic igniters to light the
burners. There is no pilot light. Each burner has its own
igniter. Ira burner flame blows out during use, the burner
will automatically
with no yellow tips, excessive noise or fluttering. It should
burn completely around the burner cap.
Foreign particles in the gas line may cause an orange
flame during initial use. This should disappear with use.
Check burner cap to make sure port holes are not
obstructed. If the ports are clogged, see Before Calling for
Service on page 10.
Note: An audible "pop" may be heard when the
burner is turned off manually. The "popping" may be
louder with LP gas than with natural gas. This is normal.
reignite.
CAUTION:
All igniters spark when any single burner is
turned ON or the reignition system is activated. Do not
touch any of the burners when the cool<top is in use.
Power Failure
In the event of a power failure, the burners can be
ignited manually.
If the cool<top is being used when a power failure
occurs, turn all the burner control knobs to the OFF
position. The burners can then be ignited manually by
holding a match atthe ports and turning the control knob
to the HI position. Wait until the flame is burning all the
way around the burner before adjusting the flame to the
desired height.
CAUTION:
The reignidon feature will not work
the event of a power failure.
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in
PROPER COOKWARE
Cool(ware
Characteristics
•
Aluminum
or copper bottomed
pans conduct heat evenly.
•
Steel pans, if not combined with other metals, may cool< unevenly.
•
Cast-iron cool<ware absorbs heat slowly and cooks more evenly at low-to-medium
•
Flat, heavy bottom pans provide even heat and stability.
settings.
DO NOT USE pans that are thin, warped, dented or ridged as they heat unevenly.
Match
-
Pan Diameter
to Flame
Size
The flame should be the same size as the bottom
of the pan or smaller. Do not use small pans with
high flame settings as the flames can lick up the
sides of the pan.
-
Oversize pans that span two burners are placed
front to rear, not side to side.
Use Balanced
Pans
-
Pansmust sit level on the cool<top grate without
rocking.
-
Center pan over burner.
Use a Lid That
-
A well-fitting
Fits Properly
lid helps shorten the cooking time.
Pans that span 2 burners, i.e. griddles, roasters and fish poachers, may be used when placed front to
back. Adjust flame equally to cool< evenly. Use the Bosch accessory griddle on your Bosch Cool<top. To
order, call the 800 number listed below.
Use a wok with a fiat bottom. If using a round bottomed wok, use the Bosch accessory support wok
ring. To order call the 800 number listed below.
For simmering stews and soups, or melting chocolate, use the Bosch simmer plate accessory. The
simmer plate distributes the heat evenly and gently. The simmer plate is supplied with NGP models only,
but is available separately for the NGT. Follow use and care instructions provided with the simmer plate.
Canners
•
After
and pressure
bringing
pressure
contents
cookers
must meet the same requirements
to a boil, use lowest
heat setting possible
as described
to maintain
canners/cookers).
Bosch Customer
Service
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above.
a boil or pressure
(for
COOKING
CHART
FOOD
Start
BREADS
French Toast, Pancakes
Grilled Sandwiches
Med. - preheat skillet.
Med.
LO to Med.
CEREALS
Cornmeal, Grits,
Oatmeal
HI -- cover, bring water
to a boil, add cereal,
Med.
LO
CHOCOLATE
LO to melt.
Remove when melted.
DEEP
HI - heat oil
Ned.
FRYING
Cooking
Continue
to
Med.
-
finish cooking according
to package directions.
maintain
EGGS
Cooked
Cooldng
HI to HI - to
temperature.
HI -- cover, bring
water to a boil, add
eggs, cover,
OFF to LO - cool< 3
to 4 minutes for soft
cooked; or 15 to 20
minutes for hard cooked.
Fried, Scrambled
Med. to Med. HI melt butter, add egg.
LO to Med. LO
finish cooking.
MEAT, FISH, POULTRY
Bacon, Sausage Patties
HI - until meat starts
to sizzle,
Med. LO to Med. - to
finish cooking.
Braising: Swiss Steal<,
Pot Roast
HI - melt fat, then
brown on Med. HI to
LO to Med. LO - cover,
simmer until tender.
in Shell
HI, add liquid, cover.
Frying:
Chicken
HI - melt fat, then
brown on Med.
LO - cover, finish
cooking.
Pan Frying: Lamb Chops,
Thin Steal<s, Hamburgers,
Link Sausage
Med. HI to HI preheat skillet,
Med. to HI brown meat.
Simmering:
Stewed
Chicken, Corned Beef,
Poaching Fish
HI - cover, bring liquid
to a boil.
LO to Ned.
POPCORN
Ned to Ned. HI-cover,
heat until kernels
start to pop.
Ned. to Ned.
finish popping.
Ned.
Ned.
PRESSURE
COOKER
HI to HI - build
LO
HI -
LO to Ned. -
Meat, Vegetables
up pressure,
maintain pressure.
RICE
HI - cover, bring water
to boil, add rice, cover,
LO to Med. LO - cover,
cool< according to
package directions.
SAUCES
Tomato Base
Med.
LO to Med. LO
White, Cream, Bernaise,
Hollandaise
LO to Meal. LO - melt
SOUPS,
HI - cover, bring
liquid to a boil.
LO to Med. LO simmer.
HI - heat oil, add
vegetables.
Med. HI to HI -
HI - cover, bring
water and vegetable
to a boil.
Med. LO to Med. cool< 10 to 30 minutes,
or until tender.
STIR
STEWS
FRY
VEGETABLES
Fresh
HI to HI - cool<
mearJvegetables,
follow recipe.
fat, follow
recipe.
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LO to Med. LO finish cooking.
finish cooking.
CLEANING
The
entire
Cooktop
rinsing and drying.
methods
below.
THE COOKTOP
can be safely
If stubborn
cleaned
by wiping
soil remains,
with
follow
the
a soapy
sponge,
recommended
then
cleaning
36" Model
CAUTION:
•
Before
cleaning, be certain
•
Always
towels.
use the mildest
•
Rub stainless steel finishes in the direction
•
Do not clean removable
•
After
the burners
cleaner
are turned
off and the grates are cool.
that will do the job. Use clean, soft cloths, sponges or paper
cooktop
of the grain. Wipe
parts in any self-cleaning
cleaning, place all parts in their proper
positions
area dry to avoid water
marks.
oven.
before
using cooktop.
The cleaners recommended below and on the following page indicate cleaner types and do not constitute
an endorsement of a particular brand. Use all products according to package directions.
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WARNING:
switch
off mainTopower
avoid before
electrical
reaching
shock inside.
hazard: If cleaning under the cooktop
Cooktop
Cooktop
Burner
Burner
Aluminum
Burner
exterior
Part/Material
Base and
Cap, underside
Alloy
Cap and
finish
Porcelain Enamel
Cleaning
Suggested
Detergent
Chart
Cleaners
and
hot
water;
is ever required,
Important
rinse
and
dry.
Stiff nylon bristle-toothbrush to clean
•
•
Reminders
Do not soak burner caps.
Do not scratch or gouge the port
openings.
Clean ports with a wire or straightened paper clip.
Do not use a toothpick that may
break off.
port openings.
•
Abrasive cleansers: Brillo ® or S.O.S.®
pads. Rinse and dry.
•
Hot sudsy water;
thoroughly.
•
Nonabrasive cleansers: Ammonia,
Fantastic ®, Formula 409° .
Acidic
and sugar-laden
spills
deterioate the porcelain enamel. Remove soil immediately.
•
Mild abrasive cleansers: Bon Ami ®,
Ajax ®, Come_ _.
Do not use wet sponge or towel on
hot porcelain.
•
Do not soak burner
•
Always apply minimal pressure with
abrasive cleaners.
rinse and dry
Liquid cleaners: Kleen King ®, Soft
Scrub ®.
Stiff nylon bristle toothbrush
clean port openings.
Reassemble.
caps.
to
Make sure that the
cap is seated on the base and aligns
with the notch.
Continued,
PAGE 8
please turn page
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Cooktop
Cooktop
Control
Cleaning Chart,
Part/Material
Suggested
Knobs / Plastic
continued
from
Cleaners
Hot sudsy water;
immediately.
previous
page
Important
rinse and dry
To remove knobs, lift straight up.
Reminders
• See Warning page 8.
• Do not soak knobs.
• Do not force knobs onto valve
shaft.
Do not use abrasive scrubbers
or cleansers, such as BonAmi ®,
Ajax ®, or Comet ®. They may permanently
damage the finish or
remove
graphics.
Grommet
/ Rubber
• Hot sudsy water; rinse and dry immediately.
• To remove grommet, gently push
toward center and lift up.
Exterior
Finish / Stainless Steel
• Nonabrasive
cleaners: Hot water
• Do not soak grommets.
• Do not pull on grommet
removing or replacing.
•
and detergent, Fantastic®, Formula
409 ®. Rinse and dry immediately.
• Cleaner polish: Stainless Steel
Magic ® to protect the finish from
staining and pitting; enhances appearance.
• Hardwaterspots:
vinegar.
Stainless
steel
resists
when
most
food
stains and pit marks providing the
surface is kept clean and protected.
•
Never
allow food
stains or salt to
remain on stainless
length of time.
steel
for any
in the direction
of pol-
•
Rub lightly
ish lines.
•
Chlorine
or chlorine compounds
in some cleaners are corrosive to
Householdwhite
• MildAbrasiveCleaners:KleenKing
®
stainless
steel liquid cleaner,
Cameo®aluminum & stainless steel
stainless
steel. Check
on label before
ingredients
using.
cleaner, Bon Ami ®.
• Heat discoloration:
Friend ®.
Grates / Porcelain Enamel on
Cast Iron
•
Nonabrasive
Bar Keepers
cleaners:
and detergent,
Hot water
Fantastic,
•
The grates are heavy; use care
when lifting. Place on a protected
surface.
•
Blisters / crazing/chips
are common due to the extreme
tem-
Formula
409. Rinse and dry immediately.
•
Mild
abrasive
cleaners:
Bon Ami ®
and Soft Scrub ®.
Abrasive
cleaners
for
peratures
stubborn
on grate
rapid temperature
stains: soap-filled steel wool pad.
•
fingers
and
changes.
Acidic and sugar-laden spills deteriorate the enamel. Remove soil
immediately.
•
Abrasive
cleaners, used too vigorously or too often, can eventually mar the enamel.
Igniters
/ Ceramic
• Carefully wipe with a cotton swab
dampened with water, ammonia or
Formula 409 ®.
•
• Gently scrape soil offwith
pick.
•
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a tooth-
Avoid excess water on the igniter.
A damp igniter will prevent burner
from
lighting.
Remove
any lint that
main after cleaning.
may be re-
PROBLEH
BEFORE
CALLING
IF BURNERS
FOR
SOLVER
SERVICE
DO NOT
IGNITE
PROPERLY,
Make sure that the gas shut-offvalve
CHECK
is in the
FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Check the power
ON position and the gas supply to the house
is not shut off.
grounded
supply. It should be properly
with the correct
polarity.
Make sure
the unit is plugged in and the circuit
breaker
is
not tripped.
Make sure
the burner
positioned
and the
clogged.
Clear
straightened
caps are properly
burner
ports
ports
with
are not
a wire
When
or
the
been activated
paper clip if clogged.
connected
spark once
Make sure the igniters
•
Make sure thatthere
For Authorized
are clean and dry.
after
power
at the first
an outage,
or twice
connection
power
the
even though
has
up or reigniters
may
all burner
knobs are in the off position.
is no draft in the room.
Service
or Parts
We want you to be a satisfied customer. If a situation
please let us know.
electrical
Call 800-944-2904
or write
arises that has not been resolved to your satisfaction,
us at:
BSH Home Appliances
Customer
Corp.
Support
SSS I McFadden Ave.,
Huntington
Please include
communication.
the Model
Number,
Beach, CA 92649
Serial Number
and Date of Original
(See Back Cover)
PAGE I 0
Purchase / Installation
with all
WARRANTY
BOSCH COOKTOP WARRANTY
NGT73 / NGT93 / NGP73 / NGP93
WHAT
IS COVERED
WARRANTY
Full One Year Warranty
For one year from the date of installation or date of
occupancy for a new, previously unoccupied dwelling, any
part which fails in normal
home use will be repaired or
replaced free of charge. Saveyour dated receipt or other
evidence of the installation/occupancy
date. Bosch will
pay for all repair labor and replacement parts found to be
defective due to materials and workmanship. Service
must be provided by a Factory Authorized Service Agency
during normal worldng hours. For a Service Agency
nearest you, please phone 800/944-2904.
This warranty applies to appliances used in residential
application. It does not cover their use in commercial
situations.
This warranty is for products purchased and retained
in the 50 states of the U.S.A., the District of Columbia and
Canada. The warranty applies even if you should move
during the warranty period. Should the appliance be sold
by the original purchaser during the warranty period, the
new owner continues to be protected until the expiration
date of the original purchaser's warranty period.
BOSCH
WHAT
IS NOT
APPLICATION
DOES NOT
ASSUME
ANY
RESPONSI-
BILITY FOR INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the exclu-
COVERED
I.
Service by an unauthorized agency. Damage or repairs due to service by an unauthorized agency or the
use of unauthorized parts.
2.
Service visits to:
sion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages,
so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.
This warranty
gives you specific legal rights and you may
also have other rights which may vary from state to state
or province to province.
•
Teach you how to use the appliance.
SERVICE
•
Correct the installation. You are responsible
for providing electrical wiring and/or gas
installation and other connecting facilities.
•
.
For handy reference, the serial tag information has
been affixed to the back cover. For location of the serial
tag on the product, see Page 3. Keep your invoice for
warranty validation. To obtain service, see Page 10.
Reset circuit breakers or replace home fuses.
Damage caused from accident, alteration, misuse,
abuse, improper installation or installation not in
accordance with local electrical codes or plumbing
codes, or improper storage of the appliance.
4.
Repairs due to other than normal home use.
5.
Any service visits and labor costs during the limited
warranty.
.
DATA
Travel fees and associated charges incurred when the
product is installed in a location with limited or
restricted access, (i.e., airplane flights, ferry charges,
isolated geographic regions).
PAGE II
Model
Information
The model/rating
plate, located
and serial number
on the bottom
of your cool(top.
surface of the cool(top,
This is information
shows the model
you will need if your cool(top
number
should
ever need service. Below you will find the rating plate.
As a handy reference,
Also keep your
warranty
Model
copy the information
from the model/rating
invoice. The invoice as well as the information
plate in space provided
listed below will be required
below.
for
validation.
No.
Dealer's
Name
Dealer's
Phone
Serial No.
Date of Purchase
Specifications are for planning purposes only. Refer to installation instructions and consultyour countertop supplier
prior to making counter opening. Consult with a heating and ventilating engineer for your specific ventilation
requirements. For the most detailed information, refer to installation instructions accompanying product or write
to BSH Home Appliances Corp. indicating model number.
We reserve the right to change specifications or design without notice. Some models are certified for use in Canada.
BSH is not responsible for products which are transported from the United States for use in Canada. Check with
your local Canadian distributor or dealer.
For the most up to date critical installation
Use code #8317.
dimensions
by fax, use your fax handset and call 775/833-3600.
BOSCH
5551 McFadden Avenue, Huntington Beach, CA 92649 • 800/944-2904
©2002 BSH Home Appliance Corp. • Litho U.S.A. 01/02
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