Static Oven Range
Models:
CR6 (600mm)
CR9 (900mm)
INSTALLATION
AND
OPERATION
MANUAL
For use in GB & IE
230636-11
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Contents
CR6 Gas Static Oven Ranges (600mm Wide).
CR9 Gas Static Oven Ranges (900mm Wide).
Part 1
Introduction ..................................................................................... 2
Part 2
Specifications ................................................................................. 3
Part 3
Installation ........................................................................................ 6
Part 4
Operation ......................................................................................... 9
Part 5
Cleaning and Maintenance......................................................... 12
Part 6
Gas Conversion ............................................................................. 15
Part 7
Replacement Parts List .................................................................. 22
Part 1
Introduction
We are confident that you will be delighted with your Cobra Series Ranges, and it will become a most
valued appliance in your commercial kitchen.
To ensure you receive the utmost benefit from your new Cobra Series Appliance, there are two important
things you can do.
Firstly:
Please read this instruction book carefully and follow the directions given. The time taken will be well
spent.
Secondly:
If you are unsure of any aspect of the installation, instructions or performance of your appliance,
contact your Cobra Series Range dealer promptly. In many cases a phone call could answer your
question.
CE Only:
These instructions are only valid if the country code appears on the appliance. If the code does not
appear on the appliance, refer to the supplier of this appliance to obtain the technical instructions for
adapting the appliance to the conditions for use in that country.
WARNING:
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH.
READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS
APPLIANCE.
WARNING:
INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THE USER SMELLS GAS ARE TO BE POSTED IN A PROMINENT LOCATION. THIS INFORMATION
SHALL BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING THE LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER.
WARNING:
GREAT CARE MUST BE TAKEN BY THE OPERATOR TO USE THE EQUIPMENT SAFELY TO GUARD IT AGAINST RISK OF FIRE.

THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE LEFT ON UNATTENDED.

IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A REGULAR INSPECTION IS MADE BY A COMPETENT SERVICEMAN TO ENSURE CORRECT AND SAFE
OPERATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE IS MAINTAINED.

DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPOURS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER
APPLIANCE.

DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
C AUTIO N :
This appliance is;

For professional use and is to be used by qualified persons only.

Only qualified service
conversion operations.

Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the manufacturer
should not be adjusted by the user / operator.

DO NOT operate the appliance without the legs supplied fitted.
persons
are
to
2
carry
out
installation,
servicing
and
gas
Part 2
Specifications
Model Covered in this Specification CR6D[1]
CR6C[1]
CR6B
Range
Range
Range
4 Open Burners.
2 Burners + 300mm Griddle.
600mm Griddle.
CR9D[1]
CR9C[1]
CR9B[1]
CR9A
Range
Range
Range
Range
6 Open Burners.
4 Burners + 300mm Griddle.
2 Burners + 600mm Griddle.
900mm Griddle.
[1] -
Open Burner Options;
F - With Flame Failure Protection.
- Standard Burners.
General
The CR6 Oven is a 490mm (internal) full width oven
fitted with French style opening doors. The oven
burner is a 24-26 MJ oven burner and has pilot and
flame failure with piezo ignition.
A heavy duty, general purpose gas range created
for compact modular kitchens and available in a
600mm and 900mm wide option. It has a high
option Cooktop / Griddle arrangement and is
available on adjustable front feet and robust rear
rollers. Open Burners have Flame Failure Option as
standard for UK market and as an option for all other markets.
Griddles are available in 300mm, 600mm and for
the CR9 Gas Static Oven Range, 900mm options
and are fitted with pilot, flame failure and piezo
ignition as standard.
The CR9 Oven is a 780mm (internal) full width oven
fitted with French style opening doors. The oven
burner is a 28-30 MJ oven burner and has pilot and
flame failure with piezo ignition.
The Range has an easy clean stainless steel external
finish.
Gas Supply Requirements
- Australia:
Natural Gas
LP Gas (Propane)
Open Burner
Griddle
Oven
Open Burner
Griddle
Oven
(each)
(each 300mm
(each)
(each 300mm
CR6
CR9
CR6
CR9
section)
section)
Input Rate (N.H.G.C.)
22 MJ/hr
20 MJ/hr
24 MJ/hr 28 MJ/hr
22 MJ/hr
20 MJ/hr
24 MJ/hr 28 MJ/hr
Supply Pressure
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
Burner Operating
Pressure (*)
1.0 kPa (*)
2.6 kPa (*)
¾” BSP Male
Gas Connection
- New Zealand:
Natural Gas
LP Gas
Open Burner
Griddle
Oven
Open Burner
Griddle
Oven
(each)
(each 300mm
(each)
(each 300mm
CR6
CR9
CR6
CR9
section)
section)
Input Rate (N.H.G.C.)
22 MJ/hr
20 MJ/hr
24 MJ/hr 28 MJ/hr
22 MJ/hr
20 MJ/hr
24 MJ/hr 28 MJ/hr
Supply Pressure
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
Burner Operating
Pressure (*)
1.0 kPa (*)
2.6 kPa (*)
¾” BSP Male
Gas Connection
NOTE:
(*) Measure burner operating pressure at manifold test point with two burners operating at full setting.
Operating pressure is ex-factory set, through the appliance regulator and is not to be adjusted, apart
from when carrying out gas conversion, if required. (Refer to ‘Gas Conversion’ Section for further details).
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Part 2
Specifications
- United Kingdom:
Natural Gas (G20)
Heat Input Nominal
Propane (G31)
Open
Burner
(each)
5.0 kW
Griddle
(each 300mm
section)
5.0 kW
1.5 kW
0.53 m3/hr
1.1 kW
2.2 kW
1.5 kW
0.51 m3/hr 0.79 m3/hr 0.36 kg/hr
2.2 kW
0.39 kg/hr
1.05 kW
2.3 kW
0.47 kg/hr 0.58 kg/hr
0.16 m3/hr
0.14 m3/hr 0.23 m3/hr 0.12 kg/hr
0.17 kg/hr
0.09 kg/hr 0.18 kg/hr
(nett)
Reduced
Gas Rate
(nett)
Nominal
1.7 kW
0.53 m3/hr
Reduced
0.18 m3/hr
Oven
CR6
CR9
6.5 kW
7.5 kW
Open
Burner
(each)
4.6 kW
20 mbar
10 mbar (*)
Supply Pressure
Operating Pressure (*)
Griddle
(each 300mm
section)
5.0 kW
Oven
CR6
CR9
6.0 kW
7.5 kW
37 mbar
28 mbar (*)
3/ 4”
Gas Connection
B.S.P. Male
NOTE:
(*) Measure burner operating pressure at manifold test point with two burners operating at full setting.
Operating pressure is ex-factory set, through the appliance regulator and is not to be adjusted, apart
from when carrying out gas conversion, if required. (Refer to ‘Gas Conversion’ Section for further details).
- All Other Markets:
Input Rate (N.H.G.C.)
- each Open Burner
- each 300mm Griddle Section
- Static Ovens
CR6
CR9
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Gas Connection
Natural Gas
Town Gas (**)
22 MJ/hr
22 MJ/hr
20 MJ/hr
20 MJ/hr
24 MJ/hr
24 MJ/hr
28 MJ/hr
28 MJ/hr
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
0.75 - 1.50 kPa
1.0 kPa
0.63 kPa
¾” BSP Male
LP Gas (Propane) LP Gas / Butane
Input Rate (N.H.G.C.)
- each Open Burner
22 MJ/hr
22 MJ/hr
- each 300mm Griddle Section
20 MJ/hr
20 MJ/hr
CR6
24 MJ/hr
24 MJ/hr
- Static Ovens
CR9
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Gas Connection
28 MJ/hr
28 MJ/hr
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
2.6 kPa
2.6 kPa
¾” BSP Male
NOTE:
 Measure burner operating pressure at manifold test point with two burners operating at 'High Flame'



setting.
NAT, LPG & Butane Only - Operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be adjusted, apart from
when converting between gasses, if required.
TOWN GAS Only - Burner operating pressure is to be adjusted using the adjustable gas regulator
supplied.
Refer to ‘Gas Conversion and Specifications’ section in this manual for further details.
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Part 2
Specifications
Gas Connection
CR6 Model
CR9 Model
Gas supply connection point is located at the rear
of the appliance, approximately 130mm from the
right hand side, 45mm from the rear and 655mm
from the floor and is reached from beneath the
appliance. (Refer to the ‘Dimensions’ below).
Gas supply connection point is located at the rear
of the appliance, approximately 130mm from the
right hand side, 20mm from the rear and 655mm
from the floor and is reached from beneath the
appliance. (Refer to the ‘Dimensions’ below).
For all Appliance Options, gas connection is 3/4” BSP
male.
For all Appliance Options, gas connection is 3/4” BSP
male.
Dimensions
CR6 Model
CR9 Model
- Cooktop Model Options
CR6B Model
CR6C Model
CR6D Model
5
CR9A Model
CR9B Model
CR9C Model
CR9D Model
Part 3
Installation
Installation Requirements
Location
NOTE:
It is most important that this appliance is installed
correctly and that operation is correct before use.
Installation shall comply with local, gas and health
and safety requirements.
1.
2.
This appliance must be installed in a suitably
ventilated room to prevent dangerous build up
of combustion products.
Installation must allow for a sufficient flow of
fresh air for the combustion air supply.
This appliance shall be installed with sufficient
ventilation to prevent the occurrence of
unacceptable concentrations of health harmful
substances in the room that the appliance is
installed in.
Combustion Air Requirements
Natural Gas
LPG / Propane
3. Never directly connect a ventilation system to
the appliance flue outlet.
4. Position the appliance in its approximate
working position.
5. All air for burner combustion is supplied from
underneath the appliance. The legs must
always be fitted and no obstructions placed on
the underside or around the base of the
appliance, as obstructions will cause incorrect
operation and / or failure of the appliance.
6. Components having adjustments protected
(e.g. paint sealed) by manufacturer are only
allowed to be adjusted by a qualified service
agent. They are not to be adjusted by the
installation person.
Cobra Series Ranges are designed to provide years
of satisfactory service and correct installation is
essential to achieve the best performance,
efficiency and trouble-free operation.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with
National installation codes and in addition, in
accordance with relevant National / Local codes
covering gas and fire safety.
Australia:
AS 5601- Gas Installations.
New Zealand:
NZS 5261- Gas Installation.
United Kingdom:
Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations
1998.
BS6173
41 m³/hr minimum.
43 m³/hr minimum.
NOTE:
Do not obstruct or block the appliances flue. Never
directly connect a ventilation system to the
appliance flue outlet.
- Installation of Catering Appliances.
BS5440 1 & 2 - Installation Flueing & Ventilation.
Ireland:
IS 820 - Non Domestic Gas Installations.
Clearances
Installations must be carried out by qualified service
persons only. Failure to install equipment to the
relevant codes and manufacturer’s specifications
shown in this section will void the warranty.
NOTE:
Only non-combustible materials can be used in
close proximity to this appliance.
Components having adjustments protected (e.g.
paint sealed) by manufacturer, are only to be
adjusted by a qualified service agent. They are not
to be adjusted by the installation person.
Any gas burning appliance requires adequate
clearance and ventilation for optimum and trouble
free operation. The following minimum installation
clearances are to be adhered to:
Unpacking
 Remove all packaging and transit protection
LH / RH
Side
from the appliance including all protective
plastic coating from the exterior stainless steel
panels.
Rear
 Check equipment and parts for damage.
*
Report any damage immediately to the carrier
and distributor.
 Report any deficiencies to the distributor who
supplied the appliance.
 Check that the available gas supply is correct to
that shown on the rating plate located on the
front lower corner of the R/H side panel.
6
Combustible
Surface
Non Combustible
Surface
250mm (*)
0mm
100mm
0mm
Side clearances can be 50mm when the
adjacent surface is at least 100mm below the
cooking surface.
Part 3
Installation
Regulator outlet pressure is fixed ex-factory for the
gas type that the regulator is converted to and it is
NOT to be adjusted.
Assembly
This model is delivered completely assembled.
Ensure that legs and rollers are securely attached.
The regulator connections are 3/4” BSP female.
The connection to the appliance is 3/4” BSP male.
(Refer to the 'Specifications' Section for the gas
supply location dimensions).
NOTE:
This appliance is fitted with adjustable feet to enable
the appliance to be positioned securely and level.
This should be carried out on completion of the gas
connection. Refer to the 'Gas Connection' section.
NOTE:
A Manual Isolation Valve must be fitted to the
individual appliance supply line.
Gas Connection
4. Correctly locate the appliance into its final
operating position and using a spirit level, adjust
the legs so that the appliance is level and at the
correct height.
5. Connect the gas supply to the appliance. A
suitable joining compound which resists the
breakdown action of LPG must be used on
every gas line connection, unless compression
fittings are used.
6. Check all gas connections for leakages using
soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
NOTE:
ALL GAS FITTING MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON.
1. Cobra Oven Ranges do not require an electrical
connection, they function totally on the gas
supply only.
2. It is essential that the gas supply is correct for the
appliance to be installed and that adequate
supply pressure and volume are available. The
following checks should therefore be made
before installation:a. The Gas Type the appliance has been
supplied for is shown on coloured stickers
located above the gas entry point and next
to the rating plate. Check that this is correct
for the gas supply the appliance is being
installed for. The gas conversion procedure is
detailed in the Gas Conversion Instruction
Sheet for this appliance.
b. Supply Pressure required for this appliance is
shown in the 'Specifications' section of this
manual. Check the gas supply to ensure that
adequate supply pressure exists.
c. Input Rate of this appliance is also stated on
the Rating Plate rating plate located on the
front lower corner of the R/H side panel, and
in the 'Specifications' section of this manual.
The input rate should be checked against the
available gas supply line capacity. Particular
note should be taken if the appliance is
being added to an existing installation.
WARNING:
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
7. Check that the gas supply pressure is as shown in
the ‘Specifications’ section, ‘Gas Supply
Requirements’.
NOTE:
The supply pressure to be measured at the
manifold test point and with 2 burners operating at
the ‘High Flame’ setting.
8. Light the Main Burners. Refer to the 'Operations’
Section', ‘Open Burners’.
9. Verify that the supply pressure is still correct.
10. Check that the Main Burner is alight and adjust
the low fire adjustment screw on the open
burner gas control valves to obtain the desired
flame size.
11. Check / adjust the main burner aeration gap.
This gap should be set to the dimensions shown
in the 'Gas Specification Tables' in ‘Part 6 - Gas
Conversion’.
NOTE:
It is important that adequately sized piping runs
directly to the connection joint on the appliance,
with as few tees and elbows as possible to give
maximum supply volume.
NOTE:
This appliance is fitted with adjustable feet to enable
the appliance to be positioned securely and level.
This should be carried out on completion of the gas
connection.
3. Fit the gas regulator supplied, into the gas supply
line as close to the appliance as possible.
NOTE:
Gas pressure regulator provided with this appliance
is convertible between Natural Gas and LPG as per
the ‘Gas Conversion Section’ in this manual.
Ensure the regulator is converted to the correct gas
type that the appliance will operate on.
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Part 3
Installation
Commissioning
The following commissioning checks must be
carried out before the Range is handed over for use,
to ensure that the unit operates correctly and the
operator(s) understand the correct operating
procedure.
1. Before leaving the new installation;
a. Check the following functions in accordance
with the operating instructions specified in
the 'Operation' section of this manual.
 Lighting the Griddle.
 Lighting the Open Burners.
 Lighting the Open Burners. (F - Flame
Failure Option).
 Check the Low Fire Burner Operation.
 Light the Oven Pilot and Main Burners.
 Check the Oven Main Burner Thermostat
operation.
 Turning the Oven to ‘Stand-By’ Mode.
 Oven ‘Shut Down’.
b. Ensure that each operator has been
instructed in the areas of correct lighting,
operation, and shutdown procedure for the
appliance.
2. This manual must be kept by the owner for future
reference and a record of the Date of Purchase,
Date of Installation and Serial Number of the
Appliance recorded and kept with this manual.
(These details can be found on the Rating Plate
rating plate located on the front lower corner of
the R/H side panel.
NOTE:
If for some reason it is not possible to get the
appliance to operate correctly, shut off the gas
supply and contact the supplier of this unit.
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Part 4
Operation
Operation Guide
2. Improper operation is therefore almost
impossible, however bad operation practices
can reduce the life of the appliance and
produce a poor quality product. To use this
appliance correctly please read the following
sections carefully:-
C AUTI ON :

This appliance is for professional use and
is only to be used by qualified persons.

Only
qualified
service
persons
are
to carry out installation, servicing or gas
conversion operations.

 Lighting the Open Burners.
 Lighting the Open Burners. (F - Flame Failure
Option).
Components
having
adjustments
protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the
manufacturer should not be adjusted by
the user / operator.
 Lighting the Griddle.
 Oven Pilot Ignition.
 Oven Main Burner Thermostat.
1. Cobra appliances have been designed to
provide simplicity of operation and 100% safety
protection.
 Turning the Oven to ‘Stand-By’ Mode.
 Oven ‘Shut Down’.
Description of Controls
(CR9-Gas Range 900mm shown)
Gas Control Knobs
Griddle.
OFF Position
PILOT Burner
HIGH Flame
LOW Flame
Piezo Igniter
(Griddles Only)
Open Burners
OFF Position
HIGH Flame
LOW Flame
Rear Burner
Front Burner
(Indicators located
above the Gas Control
Knobs).
Oven Control
Piezo Igniter
(Ovens Only)
OFF Position
PILOT Burner
1-7 Thermostat Settings.
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Part 4
Operation
Open Burners
d. The pilot should now remain alight - if not, repeat
Steps (a. to (c. above.
e. ‘Full Flame’ can now be achieved by depressing
and rotating the gas control knob anti-clockwise
to the first stop.
f. Low flame can be achieved by depressing the
gas control knob and rotating fully anticlockwise to the ‘Low Flame’ position.
g. When the main burner is not required, depress
and turn the gas control knob clockwise back to
the ‘PILOT’ position. The griddle burner will
extinguish and the pilot will remain alight.
NOTE:
Only cooking pans from size Ø 150 mm to Ø 420
mm are suitable fo use on these open burners.
Lighting the Open Burners
(Flame Failure Protection is incorporated as
standard for the UK Market and optional for Non -UK
Markets, for each burner by way of a thermoelectric system which will shut off the gas supply to
that burner in the event that the burner goes out, so
that un-burnt gas is not expelled).
Turning 'OFF' the Griddle Burner / Pilot
a. Select the burner required, depress and turn the
corresponding gas control knob anti-clockwise
to the ‘HIGH’ position.
b. With the gas control knob depressed, manually
light the burner.
c. Release the gas control knob after
approximately 10-20 seconds after lighting the
burner.
d. The burner should stay alight - if not, repeat
Steps (a to (c above.
e. To achieve simmer control, depress the gas
control knob and rotate between the ‘HIGH’
and ‘LOW’ positions to achieve the temperature
required.
a. To turn 'OFF' the 'PILOT', depress and turn the gas
control knob clockwise back to the ‘OFF’
position. The 'PILOT' burner will extinguish.
Oven
- Pilot Burner Ignition
WARNING:
HEAT EXPOSURE DANGER EXISTS WHEN OPENING THE OVEN
DOOR WHILE THE OVEN IS STILL HOT.
This oven is fitted with a pilot as standard option and
flame failure protection, which is incorporated by
way of a thermo-electric system for the main burner.
Flame failure protection will shut off the gas supply
to the burner in the event that the pilot burner goes
out, so that un-burnt gas is not expelled. This is an
important safety feature which is slowly becoming
law throughout the world.
Turning 'OFF' the Open Burners
a. When the main burner is not required, depress
and turn the gas control knob clockwise back to
the ‘OFF’ position. The 'MAIN' burner will
extinguish.
! IMPORTANT
Griddle
DO NOT USE aluminium foil or trays directly on the
oven tray or flame baffle. NEVER block or cover the
openings on each side of the flame baffle.
These griddles are fitted with Pilot and Flame Failure
Protection as a standard option, which is
incorporated by way of a thermo-electric system for
each main burner. Flame Failure Protection will shut
off the gas supply to that burner in the event that
the pilot for that burner goes out, so that un-burnt
gas is not expelled. This is an important safety
feature which is slowly becoming law throughout
the world.
1. Depress and rotate the thermostat control knob
anti-clockwise to the ‘PILOT’ position.
2. While holding the thermostat control knob
depressed, press the piezo ignitor button to light
the oven pilot burner. If required, repeat Items 1
to 2 until the oven pilot burner is lit.
3. View the oven pilot burner through the hole in
the front lower sill, with the oven door open.
4. Release the thermostat control knob
approximately 10-20 seconds after lighting the
pilot burner.
5. The pilot burner should now remain alight - if not,
repeat Steps 2 to 4 above.
C AUTI ON :
The griddle plate temperature reaches over
300°C in hottest points during normal
operation at 'Full Flame' setting.
Lighting the Griddle
a. Depress the gas control knob and rotate anticlockwise to the ‘PILOT’ position.
b. With the gas control knob depressed, press the
piezo ignition button to ignite the pilot burner.
Repeat Items 1 to 2 until the pilot is lit.
c. Release the gas control knob approximately 10
to 20 seconds after lighting the pilot.
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Part 4
Operation
- Main Burner / Thermostat
1. With the pilot burner alight, rotate the oven
thermostat control knob to the desired oven
temperature setting, this will regulate the gas
supply to the oven burner and the oven main
burner will light from the pilot burner.
2. To turn the main burner ‘OFF’, simply turn the
thermostat control knob to the ‘OFF’ position.
3. The oven thermostat control knob is marked 1 to
7.
4. The thermostat can be set anywhere within this
range and will thermostatically maintain oven
temperature.
5. The following chart indicates approximate oven
centre temperatures that will be maintained at
the knob markings.
Gas Mark Temperature Conversions
NOTE:
Approximate guide information only.
GAS MARK
1
100
2
130
3
160
4
190
5
225
6
260
7
290
TEMPERATURE °C
6. Temperatures required between the above
should be obtained by setting the control
between the markings.
Turning the Oven to ‘Standby’ (Pilot ‘ON’
Only)
1. To turn 'OFF' the oven main burner / heating, set
the oven thermostat control knob to the ‘PILOT’
position, this will turn the oven ‘OFF’, but leave
the oven pilot burner ‘ON’.
2. In this position the pilot burner will remain alight,
but the main burner will not operate until the
oven thermostat control knob is set to a
temperature.
Oven ‘Shut-Down’
To ‘Shut Down’ the oven, turn the oven thermostat
control knob to the ‘OFF’ position. This will turn ‘OFF’
the oven and extinguish the pilot burner. To relight
the pilot burner, refer to ‘Pilot Burner Ignition’ in this
section.
IMPORTANT
Should any abnormal operation like;
- ignition problems,
- abnormal burner flame,
- burner control problems,
- partial or full loss of burner flame in normal
operation,
be noticed, the appliance requires IMMEDIATE
service by a qualified service person and shall not
be used until such service is carried out.
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Part 5
Cleaning and Maintenance
2. Always ensure that scraper tool blades are
changed regularly to ensure that the scraper
tool works efficiently and prevents damage to
the griddle plate surface.
3. Clean the range castings with a stiff nylon brush
or a flexible spatula to remove any food debris.
General
C AUTI ON :
Always turn off the gas supply at the mains
supply before cleaning.
This appliance is not water proof. Do not
use water jet spray to clean interior or
exterior of this appliance.
Daily Cleaning
1. The grease / spill tray(s) should be checked and
emptied frequently to prevent overflow and
spillage. Remove the spill tray(s) while still warm
so that the grease is in a liquid state. Empty any
grease from the trays and wash the trays
thoroughly in the same manner as any cooking
utensil.
2. Clean the control panel with a damp cloth lightly moistened with a solution of mild
detergent and water. Wipe dry with a clean dry
cloth.
3. Remove the burner caps, bases, the trivets and
thoroughly clean including the splash back,
interior and exterior surfaces of the range with
hot water, a detergent solution and a soft
scrubbing brush.
4. Brush the griddle surface (optional - if fitted) with
a soft bristled brush. Any carbon deposits should
be removed using a scraper tool followed by
wiping with a cloth to prevent accumulation of
food deposits.
5. Dry the Range thoroughly with a dry cloth and
polish with a soft dry cloth.
General
Clean the Range regularly. A clean Range looks
better, will last longer and will perform better.
Carbonised grease on the surface or between the
trivets, griddle plates will hinder the transfer of heat
from the cooking surface to the food. This will result
in loss of cooking efficiency.
NOTE:
NEVER use a ribbed scraper blade on the flat
surfaced griddle plate.
DO NOT use water on the trivets, burners and griddle
plates while these items are still hot as warping and
cracking may occur. Allow these items to cool
down and then remove for cleaning. The entire
trivets, griddle plates and burner caps can be
dismantled for cleaning.
CORRECT LEVEL FOR FRYING MEDIUM WHEN AT
FRYING TEMPERATURE, KEEP TOPPED UP
INDICATES CORRECT FRYING MEDIUM LEVEL
WHEN COLD
NOTE:
 DO NOT use abrasive detergents, strong solvents
or caustic detergents as they could corrode or
damage the Range.
Weekly Cleaning
 In order to prevent the forming of rust on the
NOTE:
 If the Range usage is very high, we recommend
that the weekly cleaning procedure is carried out
on a more frequent basis.
trivets, griddle plate (If fitted) and burners, ensure
that any detergent or cleaning material has been
completely removed after each cleaning. The
appliance should be switched 'On' briefly to
ensure that the griddle plates become dry. Oil or
grease should be spread over the griddle surface
in order to form a thin protective greasy film.
 Ensure that protective gloves are worn during the
cleaning process.
 DO NOT use harsh abrasive or caustic detergents
or strong solvents as they will damage the
cooktop, burners and griddle plates (if fitted).
To keep your Range clean and operating at peak
efficiency, follow the procedures shown:-
 DO NOT use water on the trivets, griddle plates
and burners while they are still hot as cracking
may occur. Allow these items castings to cool
and remove for cleaning.
After Each Use
C AUTI ON :
 DO NOT clean the burners in a dishwasher.
Always ensure that if using a flat scraper
tool on the griddle surface, an even
pressure is applied over the whole surface
of the scraper tool to prevent scoring of the
surface.
NEVER bang the sharp edge of the scraper
tool on the flat surface of the griddle as this
will damage the griddle and invalidate the
warranty.
1. Clean the Griddle and Range castings using a
scraper tool to remove any build up of carbon.
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Part 5
Cleaning and Maintenance
Range Cooking Area
Trivets and Burners
a. Clean the Range cooking area using a soft cloth
moistened with a mild detergent and hot water
solution.
b. Baked on deposits or discolouration may require
a good quality stainless steel cleaner or stainless
steel wool. Always apply cleaner when the
appliance is cold and rub in the direction of the
grain.
c. It should not be necessary to remove the splash
guards covering the burner manifolds for
cleaning purposes. These can be cleaned in
situ.
d. Remove the grease / spill tray(s) and clean with
a mild anti bacterial detergent and hot water
solution using a soft bristled brush. Dry the
grease spill tray(s) thoroughly with a dry cloth.
a. Remove the trivets from the top of the
appliance, taking note that the trivets are
manufactured with a lip on one edge, the lip
must always be fitted to the outer edge (front
and back) of the Range.
b. Remove the burner cap and burner complete
with venturi tube, from the top of the range
manifold, taking care not to damage the
thermocouple (Fitted as standard for UK Market
and optional for Non -UK Markets) fitted to the
mounting rail.
c. The trivets and burners should be cleaned with a
mild detergent and hot water solution using a
soft bristled brush. Dry thoroughly with a dry
cloth.
Griddle Plate
a. Remove all the trivet supports from the top of
the range. Take note of the orientation of the
trivet support when removing. The trivet support
front side rail profiles are different from the rear
side rail profiles.
b. The trivet supports should be cleaned with a mild
detergent and hot water solution using a soft
bristled brush.
c. Dry the trivet supports thoroughly with a dry
cloth.
Trivet Supports
C AUTI ON :
Always ensure that if using a flat scraper
tool on the griddle surface, an even
pressure is applied over the whole surface
of the scraper tool to prevent scoring of the
surface.
NEVER bang the sharp edge of the scraper
tool on the flat surface of the griddle as this
will damage the griddle and invalidate the
warranty.
NOTE:
On units fitted with Flame Failure Thermocouples as
standard or as an option, the Mounting Rail is Not
removable for cleaning and no attempt should be
made to remove this rail.
NOTE:
In order to prevent the forming of rust on the griddle
plate, ensure that all detergent and cleaning
material has been entirely removed after each
cleaning process.
The appliance should be
switched on briefly to ensure that the griddle plate
becomes dry. Oil or grease should be spread over
the griddle surface in order to form a thin protective
greasy film.
Stainless Steel Surfaces
a. With the griddle plates and burners removed,
clean the interior and exterior surfaces of the
Range with hot water, a mild detergent solution
and a soft scrubbing brush. Note that the gas
control knobs are a push fit onto the gas control
valve spindles and can be removed to allow
cleaning of the front of the control panel.
b. Baked on deposits or discolouration may require
a good quality stainless steel cleaner or stainless
steel wool. Always apply cleaner when the
appliance is cold and rub in the direction of the
grain.
c. Dry all components thoroughly with a dry cloth
and polish with a soft dry cloth.
d. Remove the grease tray and clean with a mild
anti bacterial detergent and hot water solution
using a soft bristled brush.
e. Dry the grease tray and all components
thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft
dry cloth.
a. Remove and clean the grease / spill tray(s)
frequently to prevent over spills.
b. Clean the griddle surface thoroughly with a
scraper tool or a wire brush. If necessary use a
griddle stone or a scotch bright pad on the
griddle surface to remove stubborn or
accumulated carbon deposits.
c. A scraper tool can be used for the removal of
stubborn carbon and deposits.
d. Occasionally bleach the griddle plate with
vinegar when the plate is cold.
e. Clean with hot water, a mild detergent solution
and a scrubbing brush. Dry all components
thoroughly with a dry cloth.
f. The Range should be switched on briefly to ensure that the griddle plate becomes dry. A thin
smear of cooking oil should be spread over the
grates in order to form a protective film.
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Part 5
Cleaning and Maintenance
Re-Fitting the Components to the Range
Gas Control Valve Re-Greasing
a. Refit the trivet supports to the Range top,
ensuring that the trivet supports are correctly
fitted.
The gas control valve should be dismantled and
greased every 6 months to ensure the correct
operation of the gas control valve.
To carry out this operation;a. Remove the gas control knobs from the gas tap
spindles by pulling the knobs away from the
control panel.
b. Remove the drip tray from the appliance.
c. Remove the two screws on the underside of the
control panel, securing the control panel to the
hob.
d. Remove the control panel from the front of the
appliance.
e. Remove the 2 screws holding the shaft plate to
the gas control body and remove the control
shaft and plate. Note the orientation of shaft for
correct re-assembly.
NOTE:
 It is imperative that the trivet supports are
correctly re-fitted to the appliance to ensure that
the burners and trivets locate correctly and sit
flush and level.
 Note the orientation of the trivet supports when
re-fitting. The trivet support front side rail profiles
are different from the rear side rail profiles and
will only fit one way to the cooktop.
b. Refit the burners and burner caps onto the
Range cooktop.
c. Refit the trivets to the cook top, taking note that
the trivets are manufactured with a lip on one
edge, the lip must always be fitted to the outer
edge (front and back) of the range.
d. Refit the spill / grease tray(s) to the range.
Oven Interior
a. Do not use wire brushes, steel wool or other
abrasive materials to clean the oven interior.
b. Clean the oven regularly with a good quality
domestic oven cleaner.
c. Once a week, remove and clean any built up of
grease etc. from the oven racks and the bottom
spill over cover.
d. Dry the oven thoroughly with a dry cloth and
polish with a soft dry cloth.
Two Screws
f. Using needle nose pliers or similar, pull out the
gas control spindle, again noting its orientation.
Periodic Maintenance
NOTE:
All maintenance operations should only be carried
out by a qualified service person.
Spindle
To achieve the best results cleaning must be regular
and thorough and all controls and mechanical
parts should be checked and adjusted periodically
by a qualified service person. If any small faults
occur, have them attended to promptly. Don't wait
until they cause a complete breakdown. It is
recommended that the appliance is serviced every
6 months.
g. Apply a suitable high temperature gas cock
grease or lubricant such as ROCOL - A.S.P (Anti
scuffing paste) / Dry Moly Paste to the outside of
the spindle.
h. Replace spindle and re-assemble the gas
control valve in reverse order.
i. Refit the control panel to the appliance and
secure with the 2 screws.
j. Refit the knobs to the gas control valve spindles.
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Part 6
Gas Conversion
Low Fire Adjustment
Gas Conversion Procedure
 Adjust low fire adjustment screw on open
C AUTI ON :
burner gas control valves to obtain desired
flame size.
Ensure that the unit is isolated from the gas
supply before commencing servicing.
NOTE:
 These conversions should only be carried out by
qualified persons.
All connections must be
checked for leaks before re-commissioning the
appliance.
Low Fire Adjustment Screw
 Adjustment
of
components
that
have
adjustments / settings sealed (e.g. paint sealed)
can only be adjusted in accordance with the
following instructions and shall be re-sealed
before re-commissioning this appliance.
NOTE: The 'Low Fire Screw' should be sealed with
coloured paint on completion of low fire
adjustment.
 For all relevant gas specifications refer to the
Aeration Adjustment
tables at the end of this section.
1. Check / adjust main burner aeration gap. This
gap should be set to the dimensions shown in
the 'Gas Specification Tables' at the end of this
section.
Open Burners
1. Remove pot stands,
burner caps, burner
bodies and pot stand
supports.
Adjustment Screw
Refer to 'Gas
Specification Tables'
Flame Failure Burners
2 ±1 mm
Thermocouple Location
1. Check that thermocouple is correctly located
and that the gap between the thermocouple
and main burner is as shown in the diagram below.
Std Burners
2. Remove injectors and replace with correct size
injectors as shown in ‘Gas Specifications Tables’
at end of this section.
3. Refit pot stand supports, pot stands, burner caps
and burner bodies.
4. Re-light main burners and check flame size on
simmer (LOW) position.
3 ±1 mm
2. Check that the thermocouple to gas valve
connection is tight.
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Part 6
Gas Conversion
Griddle
Oven
1. Carry out the following:-
Main Burner
 Remove griddle plate section and heat shield.
1. Turn off gas supply at main supply.
2. Remove oven racks, oven tray and flame baffle
from inside oven.
3. Remove the oven main burner.
Gas Control
Heat Shield
Burner
Securing
Screw
Securing Screws
Securing Screw
 Remove main burner.
 Disconnect piezo igniter from mounting
Main Burner - CR9 Model
bracket. (For access purposes).
Main Burner - CR6 Model
4. Remove main burner injector and replace with
correct size injector. (Refer to ‘Gas
Specifications’ table at rear of this section).
 Disconnect pilot supply tube from pilot burner
to access pilot injector.
Piezo Igniter
Thermocouple
Pilot Burner
2. With Main Burner removed, ensure aeration gap
is adjusted for type of gas being used as shown
in ‘Gas Specifications Tables’ at end of this
section.
Main Burner Injector CR9
Main Burner Injector - CR6
5. Refit the following:-
Burner Adjustment Screw
 Main burner.
Pilot Burner
Thermocouple
Pilot Burner
Aeration Slide
Piezo Electrode
3. Remove pilot and main injectors and replace
with correct size injectors as shown in ‘Gas
Specifications Tables’ at end of this section.
4. Refit the following:-
 Re-connect pilot supply tube to pilot burner.
 Re-connect piezo igniter to mounting
1. Remove the following:-
bracket.
 Thermocouple (for access).
 Piezo electrode (for access).
 Unscrew pilot supply tube.
 Refit main burner, gas control heat shield and
griddle plate to cooktop.
5. Re-light main burners and check flame size on
‘Low’ flame position.
2. Remove pilot injector and replace with correct
size injector. (Refer to ‘Gas Specifications’ table
at rear of this section).
3. Refit the following:-
 Adjust low fire adjustment screw on open
burner gas control valves to obtain desired
flame size.






Low Fire Screw
NOTE:
On completion of low fire
adjustment ‘Low Fire
Screw’ should be sealed
with coloured paint.
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Thermocouple (removed for access).
Piezo electrode (removed for access).
Pilot supply tube.
Flame baffle.
Oven racks.
Oven trays.
Part 6
Gas Conversion
Low Fire Adjustment
- Town Gas Only.
Low Fire Screw
Cap Nut
Pressure Adjusting
Screw
1. To change the thermostat ‘Low Fire’ screw for
the gas type required, remove the following:-
1. Unscrew and remove slotted cap from regulator.
2. Turn ‘On’ gas supply and appliance.
3. Adjust pressure adjusting nut to achieve correct
burner operating pressure.
 Gas control knobs.
 Control Panel.
 Unscrew ‘Low Fire’ screw from gasvalve.
 and fully screw in the new ‘Low Fire’
NOTE:
Operating pressure is to be measured at the
manifold test point and with both burners operating
at ‘High Flame’ setting.
screw for the new gas type. (Refer to the
‘Gas Specifications’ table at the rear of
this section for the correct low fire screw
sizes).
2. Refit the control panel.
3. Refit the gas control knobs.
4. Verify operating pressure remains correct
(Re-adjust the regulator if required).
5. Screw cap nut back onto regulator.
Gas Type Identification Label
Gas Regulator
On completion of gas conversion, replace gas type
identification label located at:- Rear of appliance, above gas connection.
- Beside the rating plate.
- NAT Gas / LPG / Butane Only.
NOTE, Pin rotated
for Natural Gas
Commissioning
Before leaving the converted installation;
1. Check all gas connections for leakages using
soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
NOTE, Pin rotated
for LPG
WARNING:
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
NOTE:
The regulator supplied is convertible between
Natural Gas and LP Gas, but it’s outlet pressure is
fixed ex-factory and is NOT to be adjusted.
2. Check the following functions in accordance
with operating instructions specified in the
'Operation' section of this manual.
1. Ensure that the gas supply is turned 'Off' at the
mains.
2. Unscrew the hexagonal cap (23mm A/F) from
the regulator.
3. Un-clip the plastic pin from the cap, reverse the
pin and re-fit it back to the cap the correct way
for the gas type to be used. (Either ‘LP’ or ‘NAT’
should be visible on the flank of the pin once
re-fitted to the cap).
4. Screw the cap back into the regulator hand
tight only.
 Light Main Burners.
 Check Low Fire burner operation.
 Check High Fire burner operation.
 Check Griddle Burner operation (If fitted).
 Ensure that all controls operate correctly.
 Ensure that operating pressure remains
correct.
3. Ensure any adjustments done to components
that have adjustments / settings sealed (e.g.
paint sealed), these are re-sealed.
NOTE:
If it is not possible to get the appliance to operate
correctly, shut ‘Off’ the gas supply and contact the
supplier of this appliance.
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Part 6
Gas Conversion
Gas Specifications
- Australia
Open Burner
Griddle
CR6
Model
Oven
CR9
Model
Burner Injector
Low Fire Setting
Burner Aeration Setting
Burner Injector
Low Fire Setting
Burner Aeration Setting
Pilot Injector
Burner Injector
Low Fire Screw
Burner Aeration Setting
Pilot Injector
Burner Injector
Low Fire Screw
Burner Aeration Setting
Pilot Injector
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Natural Gas
LP Gas (Propane)
Ø 2.10mm
¾ turn open c.c.w.
16mm open.
Ø 2.00mm
5/8 turn open c.c.w.
Fully open.
0.35
Ø 2.40mm
Ø 1.00mm
Fully open.
0.35
Ø 2.50mm
Ø 1.50mm
Fully open.
0.35
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
1.0 kPa
Ø 1.30mm
¼ turn open c.c.w.
16mm open.
Ø 1.25mm
3/8 turn open c.c.w.
Fully open.
0.23
Ø 1.40mm
Ø 0.60mm
10mm open.
0.23
Ø 1.50mm
Ø 0.95mm
Fully open.
0.23
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
2.6 kPa
Natural Gas
LP Gas (Propane)
Ø 2.10mm
¾ turn open c.c.w.
16mm open.
Ø 2.00mm
5/8 turn open c.c.w.
Fully open.
0.35
Ø 2.40mm
Ø 1.00mm
Fully open.
0.35
Ø 2.50mm
Ø 1.50mm
Fully open.
0.35
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
1.0 kPa
Ø 1.30mm
¼ turn open c.c.w.
16mm open.
Ø 1.25mm
3/8 turn open c.c.w.
Fully open.
0.23
Ø 1.40mm
Ø 0.60mm
10mm open.
0.23
Ø 1.50mm
Ø 0.95mm
Fully open.
0.23
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
2.6 kPa
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
- New Zealand
Open Burner
Griddle
CR6
Model
Oven
CR9
Model
Burner Injector
Low Fire Setting
Burner Aeration Setting
Burner Injector
Low Fire Setting
Burner Aeration Setting
Pilot Injector
Burner Injector
Low Fire Screw
Burner Aeration Setting
Pilot Injector
Burner Injector
Low Fire Screw
Burner Aeration Setting
Pilot Injector
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
NOTE:
*
Measure burner operating pressure at manifold test point with two burners operating at ‘High’
setting. Operating pressure is ex-factory set, through the appliance regulator and is not to be
adjusted, apart from when carrying out gas conversion, if required. (Refer to the information in this
section for details).
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Part 6
Gas Conversion
- United Kingdom
Category:
II2H3P.
Flue Type:
A1.
Open Burner
Natural Gas (G20)
Propane (G31)
Burner Injector
Ø 1.90mm
Ø 1.20mm
Low Fire Setting
¾ turn open c.c.w.
¼ turn open c.c.w.
16mm open.
16mm open.
Burner Aeration Setting
Burner Injector
Ø 2.00mm
Low Fire Setting
Griddle
5/8
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open.
0.35
0.23
Burner Injector
Ø 2.40mm
Ø 1.40mm
Low Fire Screw
Ø 1.00mm
Ø 0.60mm
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open.
10mm open.
0.35
0.23
Burner Injector
Ø 2.50mm
Ø 1.50mm
Low Fire Screw
Ø 1.50mm
Ø 0.95mm
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open.
Fully open.
Pilot Injector
Oven
CR9
Model
turn open c.c.w.
Fully open.
Pilot Injector
CR6
Model
turn open c.c.w.
Ø 1.25mm
3/8
Pilot Injector
0.35
0.23
Supply Pressure
20 mbar
37 mbar
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
10 mbar
28 mbar
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
NOTE:
*
Measure burner operating pressure at manifold test point with two burners operating at ‘High’
setting. Operating pressure is ex-factory set, through the appliance regulator and is not to be
adjusted, apart from when carrying out gas conversion, if required. (Refer to the information in this
section for details).
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Part 6
Gas Conversion
- All Other Markets
Natural Gas
Open Burner
Burner Injector
Ø 2.10mm
Ø 3.80mm
Low Fire Setting
¾ turn open c.c.w.
1 turn open c.c.w.
16mm open.
16mm open.
Ø 2.00mm
Ø 3.40mm
Burner Aeration Setting
Burner Injector
Low Fire Setting
Griddle
5/8
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open.
0.60
Burner Injector
Ø 2.40mm
Ø 4.50mm
Low Fire Screw
Ø 1.00mm
Ø 1.50mm
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open.
Fully open.
Burner Injector
CR9
Model
1 turn open c.c.w.
0.35
Pilot Injector
Oven
turn open c.c.w.
Fully open.
Pilot Injector
CR6
Model
Town Gas (**)
0.35
0.60
Ø 2.50mm
Ø 5.00mm
Low Fire Screw
Ø 1.50mm
Ø 2.50mm
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open.
Fully open.
0.35
0.60
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
0.75 - 1.50 kPa
Pilot Injector
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
1.0 kPa
0.63 kPa
Adjustable Regulator
(Adjust to 0.63 kPa
Burner Operating
Pressure).
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
LP Gas (Propane)
LP Gas / Butane
Ø 1.30mm
Ø 1.20mm
Burner Injector
Open Burner
Low Fire Setting
¼ turn open c.c.w.
Burner Aeration Setting
Burner Injector
Low Fire Setting
Griddle
16mm open.
Fully open.
Ø 1.25mm
Ø 1.20mm
3/8
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open.
Pilot Injector
0.23
Burner Injector
CR6
Model
Ø 1.40mm
Low Fire Screw
Burner Aeration Setting
10mm open.
0.23
Burner Injector
CR9
Model
Ø 1.30mm
Ø 0.60mm
Pilot Injector
Oven
turn open c.c.w.
Ø 1.50mm
Ø 1.40mm
Low Fire Screw
Ø 0.95mm
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open.
Pilot Injector
0.23
Supply Pressure
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
Burner Operating Pressure (*)
2.6 kPa
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
NOTE:
 (*) Measure burner operating pressure at manifold test point with two burners operating at 'High Flame'
setting.
 NAT, LPG & Butane Only - Operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be adjusted, apart from
when converting between gases, if required.
 (**) TOWN GAS Only - Adjust burner operating pressure using the adjustable gas regulator supplied.
Eurosit oven gas control valve requires non-adjustable Max Rate Screw to be fitted.
 Refer to the information in this section for further details.
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Part 7
Replacement Parts List
Replacement Parts List
IMPORTANT:
Only genuine qualified replacement parts should be used for the servicing and
repair of this appliance. The instructions supplied with the parts should be followed
when replacing components.
For further information and servicing instructions, contact your nearest qualified
service branch (contact details are as shown on the reverse of the front cover of this
manual).
When ordering spare parts, please quote the part number and the description as listed below. If the part
required is not listed below, request the part by description and quote model number and serial number
which is shown on the rating plate.
Open Burners
230014
230088
230631
230632
230288
230637
Pot Stand.
Pot Stand Support.
Front Burner Assy.
Rear Burner Assy.
Burner Cap.
Gasket Burner Assy.
037210
037130
037120
037380
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
018680
231560
019428
230671
230606
Gas Control Pintossi 20N
Gas Control Pintossi 20S
Thermocouple - (320mm).
Thermocouple - (500mm).
Knob - Open Burner.
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas)
(Butane)
(Town Gas)
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
2.10mm.
1.30mm.
1.20mm.
3.80mm.
(Standard Burners Only).
(Flame Failure '-F' Models Only).
Griddle
014105
230213
227403
230608
Griddle Burner.
Griddle Reflector Assy.
Gas Control Valve.
Knob - Griddle.
032200
032125
032120
032340
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
019215
Pilot Burner (Fully Assembled).
026488
019217
018067
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
019428
230586
228047
230289
230059
230084
230091
230091
Thermocouple - (320mm).
Piezo Ignitor.
Piezo H.T. Lead.
Grease Tray
(1 per 300mm Griddle Section).
Griddle Plate 300mm.
Griddle Plate 600mm.
Griddle Plate 900mm.
Griddle Plate 900mm (CR9 Only).
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas)
(Butane)
(Town Gas)
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas / Butane)
(Town Gas)
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Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
2.00mm.
1.25mm.
1.20mm.
3.40mm.
0.35.
0.23.
0.60.
Part 7
Replacement Parts List
Oven
022446
230441
235493
228836
018682
230586
232691
230556
230462
011005
230487
010254
227469
Oven Burner (CR6).
Oven Burner (CR9).
Eurosit Gas Control Valve.
Max Rate Screw (Town Gas).
Thermocouple (1500mm Long).
Piezo Igniter.
HT Lead 1600mm.
Oven Rack.
Oven Tray.
Ball Catch Assy.
Top Striker Plate.
Bottom Striker Plate.
Door Handle.
CR6 Model
032240
032140
032130
032450
022409
234038
022408
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
Low Fire Screw
Low Fire Screw
Low Fire Screw
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas [Propane])
(Butane)
(Town Gas)
(Nat. Gas) Ø 1.00mm.
(LP Gas / Butane) Ø 0.60mm.
(Town Gas) Ø 1.50mm.
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
2.40mm.
1.40mm.
1.30mm.
4.50mm.
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas)
(Butane)
(Town Gas)
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas / Butane)
(Town Gas)
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
Ø
2.50mm.
1.50mm.
1.40mm.
5.00mm.
1.50mm.
0.95mm.
2.50mm.
(Nat. Gas)
(LP Gas / Butane)
(Town Gas)
0.35.
0.23.
0.60.
CR9 Model
032250
032150
032140
032500
022408
022407
232312
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
Low Fire Screw
Low Fire Screw
Low Fire Screw
CR6 / CR9 Models
026488
019217
018067
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
General
230138
230139
229674
234059
Drip Tray (CR6).
Drip Tray (CR9).
Rear Roller Assy.
Leg Assy (150mm).
Gas Regulators
Gas Type
Nat. Gas
LP Gas
Butane
Town Gas
Gas Regulators
Part No.
Description
228531
¾” BSP F/F Convertible.
230185
¾” BSP F/F Adjustable.
Gas Conversion Kits
Model
CR6
CR9
Gas Type to Convert to:
LP Gas
Nat. Gas
Butane
Town Gas
234043
231573
234042
231572
234044
231574
234045
231577
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