Aga gas conversion burner for Mk2 08-08 EINS 515478

AGA GAS
MARK 2 BURNER
(CONVERSION)
FITTING
INSTRUCTIONS
Remember, when replacing a part on this appliance, use only spare parts that you can be assured conform to the safety
and performance specification that we require. Do not use reconditioned or copy parts that have not been clearly
authorised by Aga.
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE FITTING THIS BURNER
For use in GB/IE/USA/CANADA
08/08 EINS 515478
TECHNICAL DATA
AGA GAS MARK 1 BURNER (CONVERSION)
NATURAL G20
MAXIMUM HEAT INPUT
Thermostat By-Pass Size
Main Burner Injector
Pilot Injector
Inlet Pressure (EU COUNTRIES ONLY)
Burner Pressure
5 kW
110
400
4212
20 mbar
10 mbar (4” w.g.)
PROPANE G31
MAXIMUM HEAT INPUT
Thermostat By-Pass Size
Main Burner Injector
Pilot Injector
Inlet Pressure (EU COUNTRIES ONLY)
Burner Pressure
5 kW (357 g/h)
70
170
4209
37 mbar
25 mbar (10” w.g.)
NOTE: ON 4-OVEN MODELS WITH BOILER (GEB), IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO INCREASE THE BURNER
PRESSURE SLIGHTLY (12 mbar).
NOTE: Maximum inlet operating pressure for the multi-function gas valve is 50 mbar.
HOW TO FIT NEW BURNER
1. Isolate gas supply to the cooker.
2. Remove existing burner assembly taking care not to
damage gas inlet pipe.
3. Fit new gas cock to inlet pipe ensuring the on/off tap
faces the front
4. Fit new burner assembly (see fig 1). Attach burner to
burner housing using 4 screws and 4 washers.
Tighten coupling nut on top of gas cock.
5. Feed gas valve sensing probe and capillary through
guide tube in top of burner housing.
6. From inside roasting oven fit sensing probe to bracket
and fix bracket to top of roasting oven.
7. Make sure the gas cock is in the ON position
(see fig 2). Turn on gas supply to Aga. Check for gas
tightness.
DESN 513172 MOD
IMPORTANT NOTE: Attach new lighting instructions
label (supplied) onto the existing instruction plate on the
outer burner door. (Ensure the lighting instructions depict
the graphics printed on gas valve control knob).
Fig. 1
2
A
B
D
E
C
A - ON/OFF CONTROL KNOB
B - TEMPERATURE CONTROL KNOB
C - GAS COCK
D - INLET PRESSURE TEST NIPPLE
E - BURNER PRESSURE TEST NIPPLE
F - PRESSURE REGULATOR ADJUSTMENT
NOTE: To adjust burner pressure. Remove plastic cover
(single screw) and turn screw clockwise to increase burner
pressure.
Fig. 2
DESN 513171 MOD
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COMMISSIONING
FOR CONTROL KNOB ‘B’ WITH NUMBERS 1-7.
(SEE PAGE 6 FOR KNOB ‘B’ WITH GREEN BAND)
(b)
(c)
CAUTION: BEFORE LIGHTING: ENSURE KNOB (A) IS
IN THE OFF POSITION (SEE FIG, 4). ALSO ENSURE
GAS SUPPLY TO COOKER IS ON, AND THE GAS
SERVICE COCK (C) IS IN THE ON POSITION (SEE FIG,
2).
(d)
(e)
LIGHTING PROCEDURE SEE FIGS. 4 - 8
1. The main burner gas flow is set with the ‘temperature
knob’ (B) (See Fig. 3). Position ‘1’ is the minimum and
position ‘7’ is the maximum temperature setting. First,
ensure knob (B) is turned fully clockwise to position ‘1’.
to the ON position (Fig. 7) and knob (B) between
5 and 7 (Fig. 8B).
Check inlet pressure correctly corresponds to the
table marked ‘Technical Data’.
Check that the gas pressure is unaffected when
other gas appliances are used.
Turn knob (A) to OFF position. Remove the
pressure gauge and replace test nipple plug
(screw plug back in, but take care not to
overtighten).
Relight burner as steps 1-6, and check pressure
test nipple for gas tightness.
8. Check burner pressure as follows:Repeat instruction 7 on completely cold cooker with
the pressure gauge fitted to the burner pressure test
nipple (E) (See Fig. 2). Check that the burner pressure
correctly corresponds with the table marked
‘TECHNICAL DATA’ (page 2).
2. Turn ‘ON/OFF’ knob (A) slightly anti-clockwise towards
the IGNITION position (
) until reaching stop, press
down and hold for 5 seconds (gas flows only to the
pilot burner). (See Fig. 5).
TO EXTINGUISH THE BURNER
3. Continue pressing down knob (A) while turning further
counter-clockwise to the PILOT position (this activates
the piezo), continue to hold down for 10 seconds after
pilot burner has been lit. (If the pilot does not light,
steps 2 and 3 can be repeated). (See Fig. 6).
1. Turn ON/OFF knob (A) clockwise until reaching stop
(PILOT) position.
2. Press down slightly and continue turning clockwise
from pilot position to the OFF position (See Fig. 4).
4. Upon lighting, release knob and turn further anticlockwise to the ‘ON’ position (large flame symbol)
(See Fig. 7). Pilot gas flows and mains gas flows
according to the temperature setting (knob B).
When the thermocouple has cooled sufficiently, pilot
lighting procedure may be repeated.
INSTRUCTIONS
5. Turn the temperature knob (B) slightly anti-clockwise
to position ‘2’ (LOW FIRE position). Leave in the low
fire position for at least 30 minutes (See Fig. 8A).
Hand these instructions to the User for retention, and
instruct in the safe operation of the appliance.
NOTE: ‘LOW FIRE’ may be between 1 and 2. Turn
knob until SMALL FLAME is observed through viewing
window.
Finally advise the User, that for continued efficient and
safe operation of the appliance, it is important that
adequate servicing is carried out at regular intervals
recommended by the Aga Specialist or local gas region.
6. After 30 minutes rotate control knob (B) anti-clockwise
to between positions 5 and 7 for normal running (See
Fig. 8B).
NOTE: After several hours the temperature of the
cooker can be monitored by the heat indicator. Setting
5 to 7 should bring the indicator to the black line
position. It may be necessary to adjust the control
knob slightly (between 5 and 7) to achieve this. When
the cooker is lit from cold moisture may form on the
enamel which should be wiped off to prevent staining.
IF THE FLAME HAS EXTINGUISHED FOR
WHATEVER REASON, WAIT THREE MINUTES
(MINIMUM) BEFORE RELIGHTING.
7. Check the inlet gas pressure is as indicated in the
table marked ‘Technical Data’, as follows (See Fig. 2):(a) Turn knob (A) to the OFF position (Fig. 4).
Unscrew the inlet pressure test nipple plug (D)
and fit manometer. Light the burner, turn knob (A)
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BURNER CONTROLS
FIG. 3
FIG. 4
FIG. 5
FIG. 7
FIG. 6
FIG. 8A
FIG. 8B
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COMMISSIONING
(a)
Turn knob (A) to the OFF position (Fig. 10).
Unscrew the inlet pressure test nipple plug (D)
and fit manometer. Light the burner, turn knob
(A) to the ON position (Fig. 13) and knob (B) in
the green band (Fig. 15).
(b)
Check inlet pressure correctly corresponds to
the table marked ‘Technical Data’.
(c)
Check that the gas pressure is unaffected
when other gas appliances are used.
(d)
Turn knob (A) to the OFF position. Remove the
pressure gauge and replace test nipple plug
(screw plug back in, but take care not to
overtighten).
(e)
Relight the burner as steps 1-6, and check
pressure test nipple for gas tightness.
FOR CONTROL KNOB ‘B’ WITH GREEN BAND
GRAPHICS.
(SEE PAGE 4 FOR KNOB ‘B’ WITH NUMBERS)
CAUTION: BEFORE LIGHTING: ENSURE KNOB (A) IS
IN THE OFF POSITION (SEE FIG. 10). ALSO ENSURE
GAS SUPPLY TO COOKER IS ON, AND THE GAS
SERVICE COCK (C) IS IN THE ON POSITION (SEE FIG.
2).
LIGHTING PROCEDURE - SEE FIGS. 9 - 15
1. The main burner gas flow is set with the ‘temperature
knob’ (B). First ensure both knobs are turned fully
clockwise. Knob (A) to the OFF position and knob (B)
to the minimum setting (See Fig. 9).
2. Turn ‘ON/OFF’ knob (A) slightly anti-clockwise towards
the IGNITION position (
) until reaching stop, press
down and hold for 5 seconds (gas flows only to the
pilot burner. (See Fig. 11).
8. Check burner pressure as follows:Repeat instruction 7 on completely cold cooker with
the pressure gauge fitted to the burner pressure test
nipple (E) (See Fig. 2). Check that the burner pressure
correctly corresponds with the table marked
‘TECHNICAL DATA’ (page 2).
3. Continue pressing down knob (A) while turning further
counter-clockwise to the PILOT position (this activates
the piezo), continue to hold down for 10 seconds after
pilot burner has been lit. (If the pilot does not light,
steps 2 and 3 can be repeated). (See Fig. 12).
TO EXTINGUISH THE BURNER
4. Upon lighting, release knob and turn further anticlockwise to the ‘ON’ position (large flame symbol)
(See Fig. 13). Pilot gas flows and mains gas flows
according to the temperature setting (knob B).
1. Turn ‘ON/OFF knob (A) clockwise until reaching stop
(PILOT) position.
2. Press down slightly and continue turning clockwise
from pilot position to the OFF position (See Fig. 10).
5. Turn the temperature knob (B) slightly anti-clockwise
into the white band (LOW FIRE position). Leave in the
low fire position for at least 30 minutes (See Fig. 14).
When the thermocouple has cooled sufficiently, pilot
lighting procedure may be repeated.
NOTE: ‘LOW FIRE’ position is attained by turning
knob (B) gradually into the white band until SMALL
FLAME is observed through viewing window.
INSTRUCTIONS
Hand these instructions to the User for retention, and
instruct in the safe operation of the appliance.
6. After 30 minutes rotate control knob (B) anti-clockwise
to mid-position of the green band for normal running
(See Fig. 15).
Finally advise the User, that for continued efficient and
safe operation of the appliance, it is important that
adequate servicing is carried out at regular intervals
recommended by the Aga Specialist or local gas region.
NOTE: After several hours the temperature of the
cooker can be monitored by the heat indicator, Setting
mid-position in green band should bring the indicator
to the black line position. It may be necessary to adjust
the control knob (in the green band) to achieve this.
When the cooker is lit from cold, moisture may form on
the enamel which should be wiped off to prevent
staining.
IF THE FLAME HAS EXTINGUISHED FOR
WHATEVER REASON, WAIT THREE MINUTES
(MINIMUM) BEFORE RE-LIGHTING.
7. Check the inlet gas pressure is as indicated in the
table marked ‘Technical Data’ as follows (See Fig. 2):-
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BURNER CONTROLS
FIG. 9
FIG. 10
FIG. 11
FIG. 12
FIG. 13
FIG. 14
FIG. 15
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For further advice or information contact
your local Aga Specialist
With Aga’s policy of continuous product
improvement, the Company reserves the right to
change specifications and make modifications to
the appliance described and illustrated at any time.
Manufactured by
Aga
Station Road
Ketley Telford
Shropshire TF1 5AQ
England
www.aga-web.co.uk
www.agacookshop.co.uk
www.agalinks.com
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