Zanussi EC 31 Operating instructions

Elektro-Glaskeramikkochfeld
Elektric Ceramic Glass Hob
Encimeras Vitroceramicas Electricas
Elektrisk Glaskeramiske Kogeplade
Elektrisk Glaskeramik Häll
ZKT 623 LX -- ZKT 623 LW
ZKT 623 LB -- ZKT 623 LN
Gebrauchs- und Installationsanweisung
Operating and Installation Instructions
Instrucciones para la installación, uso y mantenimiento
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Dear Customer
Please read these instructions carefully for using your
new appliance. Pay special attention to the chapter
“Hints on safety”.
Keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference and pass them on to any subsequent owner of
the appliance.
The warning triangle and/or specific words (warning, caution, important) are used to highlight information that is important for your safety or the
functioning of the appliance.
After this symbol you will find supplementary
information on operating and practical use of the
appliance.
Tips and instructions for the economical and environmentally sound use of the appliance are
marked with this symbol.
These instructions contain informations on how to rectify faults yourself. See the section “What to do if ... “
Should you require further assistance, please contact
your local Service Force Centre.
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Content
For the user
For the installer
Dear Customer !
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Safety information
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Disposal
of packaging material
Hints of disposal
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Before the first use
Cleaning for the first time
Description of the hob
Digital indicators
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Special features of the appliance
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Operating instructions
General information
TOUCH--CONTROL--sensorfields
Switchin on the appliance
Switching off the appliance
Cooking zone selection
Setting selection
Setting selection
Cooking zone switch--off
Residual heat indicator
Child safety device
Safety cut--off after time
Safety cut--off due to a spillage
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Application, charts, tips
Cooking and frying utensils
General hints
Energyconsumption
Chart: boiling and frying
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Cleaning and care
Ceramic glass surface
Light soilage
Stubborn soilage
Special soilage
Sugar
Dark spots and decor damages
Scratches in the ceramic glass surface
The hob frame
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What to do ...
Guarantee conditions, Customer care
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Installation instructions
Hints on safety
Buit--in in the kichen--worktop
Electrical connection
Technical data, rating plate
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Important Safety Information
The safety of this appliance corresponds to the
acknowledged rules of technique and to the law on
appliance safety. The safety measures existing as a
matter of self-understanding would, however, not cover
all of possible risks of accidents.
Moreover, we feel compelled as the manufacturer to
make you familiar with the following hints on safety.
Electrical safety
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This appliance must be installed by qualified
personnel.
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Repairs to the appliance should only be carreid
out by authorised service enginneers. Improper
repairs can lead to injury or serious malfunction.
If your appliance need repairing please contact
your local Service Force Centre.
Please observe this instruction, otherwise the
guarantee will not cover any damage that may
occur.
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Built--in appliances must be installed in built--in
cupboards and worktops. The cupboards have to
be located and fastened in a way that they are stable. The protection against accidental contact required by the VDE will then be ensured.
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Take care when plugging electrical items into
mains sockets near the hob. Connecting leads
must not come into connection with the hot
surface or vessels.
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Hot oils can ignite very quickly. Do not leave the
hob unattended when preparing foods in pans of
oil, i.e. frying chips.
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The sensor technique provides best--possible safety with the manipulation of the appliance, but to
the same extent it needs care when setting cooking zones, output or periods of time.
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After use make sure that the appliance is
switched off.
Safety when cleaning
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Ensure that all heating zones are switched off
while cleaning the hob.
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For safety reasons do not clean the appliance with
a steam jet or high pressure cleaner.
How to avoid damaging your appliance
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Do not use the hob surface as a working surface
or for storage.
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Damaged appliances must not be installed.
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Do not use the hob if the ceramic glass is damaged:
- switch off the cooking zones,
- disconnect from the electricity supply.
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Do not use the cooking zones with empty pans or
without pans. This could cause damage to the
pans or the hob.
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A special electronically controlled safety--switch-off makes sure that all cooking zones are switched off automatically after a defined time, in case
there will be no variation of settings.
Ceramic glass is insensitive to temperature shock
and very robust, however, it is not unbreakable.
Hard and sharp objects, in particular, can damage
the cooking surface if they fall on it.
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Do not use cast iron pots or pans with damaged
bases that are rough or burred. Scratching may
occur when the lids are slid.
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Do not place any pans on the hob frame. Scratching may occur or the paint damaged.
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Ensure that liquids containing acids, e.g. vinegar,
lemon limescale removing agents do not come
into contact with the hob frame, otherwise matt
spots will appear.
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If sugar or a dish containing sugar comes into contact with a hot cooking zone and then melts, remove the soiling immediately whilst still warm,
using a glass scraper. If it cools, damage to the
surface may occur.
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Keep all items and materials that melt away from
the ceramic glass surface, e.g. plastics, aluminium foil or oven foils. If something of this nature
should melt onto the ceramic glass surface, it
must be removed immediately using a glass scraper.
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Safety for children
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This appliance is designed to be operated by
adults only. Do not allow children to play with the
product or tamper with the controls.
This hob is fitted with a safety device of the electronic control which prevents playing children
from turning the hob.
Safety during use
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This hob is intended for domestic cooking only. It
is not designed for commercial or industrial
purposes.
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The appliance gets hot when in use. In case of careless handling there is danger of burning oneself at the heating zones.
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Do not use the cooking zones to heat the room.
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Disposal
Disposal of packaging material
All parts of the packaging can be recycled and
hard foam parts are appropriately marked.
PE = Polyethylene
(outer wrapping and the bag inside)
PS = Polystyrene foam (eg. packing pieces)
Please dispose of all packaing and old
appliances with due regard for safety and the
environment.
Please observe the national and regional regulations on appliances and packing material as well
as the material marking (material separation,
refuse collection, waste disposal sites).
Hints on disposal
The appliance must not be disposed of with the
household rubbish.
Please contact your local council or
Environmental Health Office to see if there are
facilities in your area to recycle the appliance.
Before the first use
Cleaning for the first time
The hob has to be cleaned thouroughly before it is first
used.
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Wash the ceramic glass surface and the frame
with warm water with a little washing up liquid added and wipe dry.
Never use aggressive or abrasive cleaning
agents, they may damage the ceramic glass and
hob frame.
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Description of the hob
Cooking and control section features
145 mm
1200 W
Cooking zone
Dual cooking zone
120--180 mm
750--2200 W
180 mm
1800 W
Cooking zone
145 mm
1200 W
Cooking zone
Control section
Control lamp
dual cooking
Switching--on
second circuit
Heat Setting selection
Cooking zone selector
rear left
front left
Main switch ON/OFF
Cooking zone selector
rear right
front right
Digital indicators
Four display fields, one for each cooking zones show up as follows:
after switch--on and with automatic switch--off by the safety function,
when selecting a cooking zone,
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depending on heat setting selected,
with residual heat,
with malfunction,
with child safety device switched on.
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Special features of the appliance
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Ceramic glass cooking area:
The appliance is comprised of a ceramic glass
cooking surface and 4 quick--heating cooking zones. Due to especially efficient radiant heating
elements the cooking zones will heat up very
quickly.
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Touch controls:
The appliance is controlled by TOUCH--CONTROL.
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Touch control ON/OFF:
With use of the ON/OFF touch controls the power
supply to the appliance can be switched on and
off.
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Control and function indicators:
Digital indicators or control lamp provide information about settings made
/ , functions activated
/ as well as any residual heat
of the
corresponding cooking zone.
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Dual cooking zone:
The appliance is fitted with a dual cooking zone
. This means you may use this cooking zone in
two sizes, for smaller and larger pots. A chance
for saving energy.
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Warm--keeping setting:
= this setting allows you to keep dishes warm.
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Residual heat indicator:
A
(“hot”) for residual heat indication will come
on in the display in case of a cooking zone temperature that implies the danger of burning.
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Safety lock / children safety device:
With this function
the cooking area can be secured against unintended switching--on.
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Safety cut--off:
A safety cut--off makes sure that all cooking zones
will be switched off automatically after some time
if there is no variation of settings.
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Cleaning:
Due to the ceramic glass cooking area and the
touch controls being a single unit, it is very easy
to keep the hob clean.
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Operating instructions
General information
The cooking surface is made of proven ceramic glass.
and consists of 4 cooking zones. The rapid glowing
cooking zones with that the especially efficient radiant
heating elements will considerably reduce the duration
of heating--up.
The cooking surface is pore--free and also insensitive to rapid changes in temperature. Pots can
therefore be moved from a hot to cold zone.
When switching on a cooking zone you may hear
a short buzz. That is a characteristic of all ceramic
glass cooking zones and does not impair the function or the lifetime of the appliance.
Always put pots and pans onto the cooking zone
before switching on.
TOUCH--CONTROL sensor fields
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To operate the TOUCH--CONTROL sensor fields
put your finger flat from top onto the desired field,
until corresponding indicators will come on or go
out, respectively until the desired function will be
carried out.
Switching on the appliance
The entire appliance is switched on by means of the
ON/OFF.
touch control
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Keep the control ON/OFF touched for about two
seconds.
The digital indicators show
and the digital point
flashes.
Once the appliance has been switched on, a cooking zone must be selected within 10 seconds
with use of the cooking zone selector. If a cooking
zone is not selected the appliance will switch off
for safety reasons.
Switching off the appliance
To fully switch off the appliance use the touch control
ON/OFF.
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Keep the sensor field ON/OFF touched for about
two seconds.
After switching off of one individual cooking zone
or of the entire cooking area, the residual heat is
indicated with
(“hot”) in the digital indicators of
the corresponding cooking zones.
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Cooking zone selection
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To activate a cooking zone keep the corresponding control touched for about one second. A zero
with digital point
comes on in the corresponding cooking zone display.
Setting selection
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For selecting or changing the setting for the cooking zone from
to .
use the
touch control to increase the setting.
use the
touch control to reduce the setting.
Dual cooking zone switch-- on and - off
When using the dual cooking zones the larger heating
circuit can be switched on in addition to the smaller
zone by using responding touch control
on the ceramic glass cooking area.
The outer zone can be switched on at any time during the use of the inner zone. The control lamp
iluminates after the outer zone has been switched
on.
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1. Touch the control for the dual cooking zone
The outer heating circuit is switched on, the control lamp beside the touch control for the dual cooking zone lights up.
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2. For switching off the outer heating circuit touch
the control for the dual cooking zone , the outer
heating circuit is switched off.
Cooking zone switch-- off
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1. Select the desired cooking zone by means of
the cooking zone touch control.
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2. For switching off push the
and
touch controls at the same time or return to zero with the
touch control.
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Residual heat indicator
After switching off a single cooking zone or the entire
hob any residual heat is indicated by
(“hot”)showing
in the display of the corresponding cooking zone.
Even after switching off a cooking zone the residual
heat indicator will go out only after sufficient cooling
down of the cooking zone.
The residual heat can be used for the melting and
keeping dishes warm.
is illuminated the hob is hot
Caution! While the
and there is a risk of burning.
Caution! If there is a power failure the
will go
out even if there is residual heat in the hob. Care
will have to be taken until there is no longer a risk
of burning.
Child--safety device
Acitivating the child--safety device
The child--safety device prevents the cooking zones
being switched on accidentally.
The child--safety device can only be activated
when the hob is switched on.
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ON/OFF control.
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1. Touch the
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2. Immediately after (within 10 seconds) touch the
and
controls at the same time for about two
seconds and then release.
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3. Touch the
control again.
will be indicated
in the digital displays for about 10 seconds. The
child--safety device is now activated.
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3
Use of the cooking area with the child--safety device activated
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1. Touch the
ON/OFF control.
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2. Within 10 seconds touch the
and
controls at the same time for about two seconds.
and the digital point
The digital displays show
flashes.
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3. Select the cooking zone and set the heat setting as desired.
The child--safety device remains deactivated until
you next switch off the apliance. All cooking zones
and settings can be used as normal.
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Deacitivating the child--safety device
The child--safety device can only be deactivated
when the hob is switched off.
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1. Touch ON/OFF control,
digital displays.
is indicated in the
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2. Touch
and
controls at the same time for
about 2 seconds and the release.
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control again. Symbol
will go out
3. Touch
in the digital displays and
will be indicated. The
child--safety device is now deactivated.
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Safety cut off after a time
If a cooking zone is not switched off or if a setting is not
varied after a defined time, the corresponding cooking
zone will switch off automatically.
appears in the cooking zone display and
cooling down.
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after
The cooking zones switch off as follows:
S setting 1 – 2
after 6 hours
S setting 3 – 4
after 5 hours
S setting 5
after 4 hours
S setting 6 – 9
after 1.5 hours
To re--set the cooking zones, if required, the appliance
must be switched back on using the main switch
ON/OFF.
Safety cut off due to a spillage
Liquids that boil over and spill onto the surface will
cause the cooking zones to switch off.
The hob will also switch itself off if a wet cloth is placed
on the control panel.
In either case the appliance must be switched back on,
once the liquid or cloth has been removed, with the
main switch
ON/OFF for further use.
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Application, Charts, Tips
Cooking and frying utensils
The better the pot or the pan, the better the boiling
or frying result.
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You can recognise good quality pans by their
base. The base should be thick and as flat as possible.
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Rough bases (i.e. burrs and sharp edges) will
scratch the ceramic glass surface.
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Utensils with aluminium and copper bases can
leave behind metallic discolorations which can
only be removed with difficulty or sometimes not
at all.
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Saucepans and frying pans should not be smaller
than the cooking zone, and preferably not more
than 10--15 mm larger than the diameter of the
cooking zone.
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When cold, pan bases normally curve slightly
inwards (are concave). In no case should they
curve outwards (be convex).
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When buying new pots or pans pay attention to
the base diameter. Manufacturers often state the
upper diameter of the edge of a dish.
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If you are using special cooking utensils like pressure cookers or a WOK, follow the manufacturer’s
instructions.
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Follow any guidelines provided by the saucepan
manufacturer. Ensure they are recommended for
use on ceramic hobs.
General hints
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The bases should always be clean and dry.
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To avoid scratching or damaging the ceramic
glass surface, pots and pans should be moved on
the hob by lifting them, and not by sliding.
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Scratches can also be caused by grains of sand
(e.g. originating from the previous washing of
vegetables), drawn over the cooking surface with
the pan, or by burrs and the rims of pan bases.
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Use high sided pans for dishes with a lot of liquid,
so that nothing boils over.
Energy consumption
To save energy, you should:
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place pots and pans in position before switching
on the cooking zone.
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use only cooking and frying utensils with smooth,
flat bases.
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wherever possible, cover pots and pans with a lid.
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never place pots or pans on cooking zones with
a higher diameter.
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because of wet or dirty cooking zones and pots
energy will be wasted.
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switch off the cooking zone a few minutes before
the end of the cooking time, in order to make use
of the residual heat.
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When using pressure cookers you can reduce the
cooking time by up to 50%. As well as saving
energy, more vitamins and minerals are retained
in the food.
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Chart:: Boiling and frying
The setting position required for cooking processes is dependent on the quality of the pots and on the type
and amount of the food.
Switch position
Cooking method
Examples
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Parboiling
Quick frying
7-9
Frying
Deep fat frying
6-7
Roasting
Frying without crust
4-5
Boiling
Braising
3-4
Simmering
Stewing
Simmering of vegetables, braising of meat, lightly cooking
small amount of fruit with little liquid
2-3
Gentle simmering
Simmering of rice and food with milk (sometimes stirring),
Stewing of smaller amount of potatoes or vegetables,
Warming up of prepared meal
1--2
Keeping warm
Melting
Omelette, fried eggs, Hollandaise sauce,
Keeping warm a meal or small amount of hot--pot
Melting of butter, chocolate, gelatine.
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Residual heat
Residual heat, OFF--position
Starting of cooking and roasting, cooking of large quantities of
liquid, then switch--back to appropriate setting
French fries, pan--cakes
Fillet of pork and beef, steaks goulash
Frying of meat, schnitzel, cutlets, meat--balls, sausages, liver,
fish--fillet in deep fat,
Frying eggs or chops
Boiled potatoes, stews, soups, hot--pot, sauces in large quantities
When heating up or frying, we recommend heat setting “9”, and then continue cooking foods at an appropriate
lower heat setting.
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Cleaning and care
Attention! Cleaners must not get onto the hot ceramic glass surface! After cleaning all residues of
cleaners must be removed with sufficient clean
water, as they may be caustic when being reheated.
Never use aggressive or abrasive agents, such
as oven sprays, stain or rust removers, scouring
powder, or sponges with an abrasive effect.
Suitable cleaning materials are: clean cloth or
household paper, hot water with detergent, suitable commercial cleaners and cleaning scrapers.
Cleaning scrapers and ceramic glass cleaners
are available from the expert trade and in markets
for building material.
Ceramic glass surface
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Clean the ceramic glass surface after every use
when it is hand warm or cold. This will avoid spills
becoming burnt on.
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Remove scale and water marks, fat spots and
metallic shimmering discoloration with a commercial ceramic glass cleaner such as Vitroclen.
Light soilage
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Wipe the ceramic glass surface with a damp cloth,
and a little washing up liquid.
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Then rub dry with a clean cloth. No residues of
cleaner must be left on the surface.
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Once a week, throroughly clean the entire ceramic glass surface with a commercial ceramic
glass cleaner such as “Vitroclen”. Always ensure
that the hob is dry after cleaning.
Stubborn soilage
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To remove food that has boiled over or burnt on
spots, use a glass scraper.
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Place the glass scraper at an angle to the ceramic
glass surface. Remove soiling by sliding the scraper.
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Special soilage
Sugar
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Remove burnt--on sugar, melted plastics, aluminum foil immedeiately -- when they are still warm
-- using a glass scraper, otherwise damage may
be caused.
Warning! When using the cleaning scraper on the
warm cooking zone care should be taken.
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Afterwards clean the cooking surface normally.
If the cooking zone and melted material has cooled down, reheat the cooking zone gently to aid
the cleaning process.
Dark spots, decor damages
If aggressive cleaners or pans with abrasive bases are used, then the decor will take on an abraded appearence and dark spots will appear over
time.
These marks cannot be removed. However, they
do impair the fuctionability of the hob.
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Scratches in the ceramic glass surface
Scratches in the ceramic glass surface resulting
from burrs on a pan base or sand grains cannot
be removed.
However, they do impair the fuction of the hob.
The hob frame
Do not allow vinegar, lemons or scale removers to
come into contact with the hob frame, matt spots
will appear.
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Clean the hob frame with water and a little washing up liquid.
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Soften dried dirt with a wet cloth. Then wipe off
and rub dry.
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What to do ...
The overheating protection of the electronic controls has blocked the use of the hob. Once the
cooking zone has cooled down it can be operated
again.
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If the hob does not function correctly, please carry out
the following checks, as it may be something you can
remedy yourself.
... if the display
If the hob has been used at a high setting for a
long period of time, the overheating protection of
the electronic control will become active and the
front left cooking zone will become inoperable.
This occurs to prevent damage to the electronic
controls. The front left cooking zone will operate
again once the appliance has cooled down and
is no longer in the display. The front right and rear
cooking zones can still be operated during this
time.
... if the cooking zones will not function?
Check, whether
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the main fuse has failed.
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the appliance is correctly switched on.
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the safety cut off has operated.
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the control lamps of the control panel are lighting.
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the corresponding cooking zone is switched on.
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the cooking zones are set for cooking as desired.
flashes?
... if the display
lights up?
... if cooking zones cannot be switched on/off?
Check, whether
Check, whether
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the touch controls are entirely or partly covered or
contaminated by liquid or by a wet cloth.
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Clean the ceramic glass surface and wipe it dry.
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If after switching the appliance back on, the display still shows
. Contact your local Service
Force Centre.
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the control panel is locked.
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a period of more than 10 seconds has elapsed
between pressing the on/off switch and selecting
a cooking zone.
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the touch controls are entirely or partly covered by
liquid or by a wet cloth.
... if the whole indicator section for residual heat,
except
, will fail all of a sudden?
Check, whether
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the ON/OFF touch control
touched.
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the touch controls are entirely or partly covered by
liquid or by a wet cloth.
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the safety cut off has operated.
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there was a power cut for a short while.
was accidentally
If you require an engineer or you wish to purchase
spare parts contact your local Service Force Centre by
telephoning:
Check, whether
the fuse has failed.
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there has been a power cut.
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the setting operation was correctly made.
0990-- 929929
... if after cooking zone switch--off the display will
not show
or
for residual heat?
Check, whether
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the cooking zone has only been in operation for a
short while, and is therefore not hot enough.
... if a cooking zone cannot be switched on?
Check, whether
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the child--safety
Your call will be routed to the Service Centre covering
your post code area.
When you contact the Service Centre you will need to
give the following details:
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2
3
4
5
is switched on.
... if all displays (inclusive of residual heat indicator
In guarantee customers should ensure that the
above checks have been as the engineer will make
a charge if the fault is not a mechanical or electrical
breakdown.
Please note that proof of purchase is required for
any in--guarantee service calls.
Service and Spare Parts
... if the displays suddenly go out?
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If after carrying out the above checks your appliance is
still faulty, disconnect from the mains supply and contact your local Service Force Centre.
) go out during cooking?
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Your name, address and post code.
Your telephone number.
Clear and concise details of the fault.
The model and serial numer of the appliance
(Found on the rating plate).
The purchase date.
In guarantee customer should ensure that the checks
listed in „What to do“ have been made as the engineer
will make a charge if the fault is not a mechanical or
electrical breakdown.
Guarantee Conditions
Standard guarantee conditions
European Guarantee
We undertake that if within 12 months of the date of the
purchase this appliance or any part thereof is proved
to be defective by reason only of fault workmanship or
materials, we will, at our option repair or replace the
same FREE OF CHARGE for labour, materials or carriage on condition that:
D The appliance has been correctly installed and used
only on the electricity supply stated on the rating
plate.
D The appliance has been used for normal domestic
purposes only, and in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
D The appliance has not been serviced, maintained
repared, taken apart or tampered with any person
not authorised by us.
D All service work under this guarantee must be
undertaken by a Service Force Centre.
D Any appliance or defective part replaced shall
become to Company’s property.
D This guarantee is in addition to your statutory and
other legal rights.
If you should move to another country within Europe
then your guarantee moves with you to your new home
subject to the following qualifications:
D The guarantee starts from the date you first purchased your product.
D The guarantee is for the same period and to the
same extent for labour and parts as exists in the
new country of use for this brand or range of products.
D This guarantee relates to you and cannot be transferred to another user.
D Your new home is within the European community
(EC) or European Free Trade Area.
D The product is installed and used in accordance
with our instructions and is only used domestically,
i.e. a normal household.
D The product is installed taking into account regulations in your new country.
Before you move please contact your nearest Customer Care Department, listed below, to give them
details of your new home. They will then ensure that the
local Service Organisation is aware of your move and
able to look after your appliances.
Senlis
+33 (0)3 44 62 22 22
Nürnberg +49 (0)911 3232 2600
Pordenone +39 (0)1678 47053
Stockholm +46 (0)20 78 77 50
Slough
+44 (0)1753 219 897
Home visits are made between 8.30 am and 5.30 pm
Monday to Friday. Visits may be available outside
these hours in which case a premium will be charged.
France
Germany
Italy
Sweden
UK
Exclusions
Customer Care
This guarantee does not cover:
For general enquiries or for further information on Electrolux products, please contact our
Customer Care Department.
D Damage or calls resulting from transportation,
improper use or neglect, the replacement of any
light bulbs or removable parts of glass or plastic.
D Coasts incurred for calls to put right an appliance
which is improperly installed or calls to appliances
outside the United Kingdom.
D Appliances found to be in use within a commercial
environment, plus those which are subjected to rental agreements.
D Products of Electrolux manufacture which are not
marketed by Electrolux.
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Electrolux
55--77 High Street
Slough
Berkshire
SL1 1DZ
Tel: 08705 950 950
European:
+44 (0) 1753 219898
Installation instructions
Hints on safety
This appliance must be installed and connected by qualified personel. Please observe this
instruction, otherwise the warranty will not
cover any dmage which may occur.
During the installation and in case of a service failure the appliance must not be connected to the
mains.
The general rules for the operation of electric appliances, the provisions by the competent electricity supply board and the specifications of these
instructions for installation have to be strictly adhered to.
distance from worktop
opening to the rear wall
55 mm
20 mm
Built--in in the kitchen worktop
distance from worktop opening to
the left or right side wall or to a
high cupboard
50 mm
Electrical safety is to be ensured by professional
installation.
Protection against accidental contact according
to the regulations set by VDE or other local authorities must be ensured by correct installation of
the appliances. The same refers to the back of the
appliance which, even in case of built--in solutions
away from the wall, must not be freely accessible.
20 mm
Built--in cupboards have to be located and fastened in a way that they are stable.
D
Note down the data from the rating plate of your
appliance in the printed rating plate form in this
manual. These numbers are needed in case of
service calls.
Installation dimensions
The opening in the cabinet must correspond to the
standard dimensions. The necessary information can
be found in the dimensional sketch.
D
The separation between the lower surface of the
hob and the parts of the furniture below it must be
at least 20 mm
D
The lateral separation between the sides of the
hob and the cabinet must be at least 55 mm, and
must be at least 55 mm from the rear panel.
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R5
With regard to the protection against overheating
of surrounding furniture surfaces this appliance
corresponds to type Y. This appliance or the built-in cupboard for the appliance respectively may be
located with the rear wall and one side wall to whatever high walls or furniture respectively and with
the other side to another appliance or furniture of
the same height as this appliance.
Hob installation
D
Cut out the worktop with the cut--out size as stated. The toleranced sizes must not be exceeded..
Saw exactly at the marking line. Recommendation: Mark the cut--out with a steel needle.Cover-glue the line in order to avoid splintering of the
coating when cutting.
D
Clean the worktop in the cut--out section
D
With tiled worktops the grooves within the contact
area of the cooking area must completely be filled
up with groove material.
D
Then fasten the catch springs with screws in the
cut--out at the marked position. The distortion of
the springs serves as a stop on the worktop.
D
With natural, artificial stone, or ceramic plates the
springs can be glued in with special adhesive
(synthetic resin, two--component adhesive, etc.)
D
The cooking area is entered from the top into the
cut--out section, centered and firmly pressed on
until the springs will catch.
D
Check the seal in the supporting frame for perfect
seating and gapless support. Please do not apply
further silicone sealing matter as this will complicate the removal of the hob if servicing is necessary.
R5
1
2
sealing
frame
ceramic glass plate
worktop
snap--in clamp
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Electrical connections
Before connecting the appliance, check that the
voltage quoted on the rating plate - that is, the nominal voltage of the appliance - corresponds to
the available mains voltage. The rating plate can
be found on the lower housing of the ceramic
glass hob.
D
The mains connection must be carried out by an
expert electrician. The VDE-regulations and the
valid prescriptions by the local power suppy
boards have to be compiled with.
D
Prior to connection it should be checked whether
the voltage stated on the rating plate -- i.e. the
nominal voltage of the appliance and of the oven/
control box -- is identical with the prevailing mains
voltage. The rating plate is located on the lower
housing of the hob.
D
The heating element voltage amounts to 230 V ~.
The appliance will also perfectly perform with the
former mains voltage of 220 V ~.
D
The mains connection must be carried out in a
way that an all--pole insulating device is existing
with a contact opening of at least 3 mm, e.g. LS-automatism, earth--leakage circuit--breaker or
fuse.
D
A wire of type H05VV-F or of higher rating is to be
used as supply cable.
D
The mains terminal is located in the bottom of the
appliance behind a covering slide. It can be opened with a screw driver (pict.).
D
According to existing mains voltage the appliance
has to be connected in correspondence with the
diagrams of connecting possibilities. The bridges
of the terminal board are to be changed accordingly, if need be.
D
D
changing bridges of the terminal
strain relief device
Anschlussleitung Mulde Elektrischer Anschluss
electrical connection
connecting line hob
conexión eléctrica
conexión artesa
Anschlussleitung Mulde Elektrischer Anschluss
electrical connection
connecting line hob
conexión eléctrica
conexión artesa
• schwarz / black / negro L1
‚ braun / brown / marrón L2
ƒ
230V~
„ blau / blue / azul N
… grün--gelb / green--yellow
• schwarz / black / negro
‚ braun / brown / marrón L1
ƒ
230V~
„ blau / blue / azul N
… grün--gelb / green--yellow
verde-- amarillo
L1
L2
N
verde-- amarillo
PE
•
‚
ƒ
„
…
•
‚
ƒ
„
…
L1
230V~
PE
N
PE
230V~
PE
The protective conductor is to be connected to
. The protective conductor must be
terminal
longer than live leads.
D
Mains terminal
in the base of the hob
The cable connections have to be connected
as shown and the terminal screws be firmly
tightened.
Afterwards the supply cable has to be secured by
strain relief device and the covering slide must be
closed by firmly pressing down until it engages.
Prior to first use remove any existing labels and
protective film from the ceramic glass plate or the
frame of the hob.
After connecting the electrical supply, all cooking
zones should be briefly switched on one after the
other at their maximum power, in order to test
whether they are operational.
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GB
230 V ... 240 V ~
connecting line hob
•
‚
ƒ
„
…
brown
blue
green-- yellow
electrical connection
L1
230V ... 240V
N
PE
N
E
230 V ~
Tilkoplingsledning
toppflate
Conexión artesa
Elektrisk tilkopling
Conexión eléctrica
•
‚ brun / marrón L1
ƒ blå / azul
230V ~
„
L2
… grønngul / verde--amarillo PE
Anschlussleitung Mulde Elektrischer Anschluss
conexión artesa
conexión eléctrica
câble de raccordement connexion électrique
Anschlussleitung Mulde Elektrischer Anschluss
conexión artesa
conexión eléctrica
câble de raccordement connexion électrique
• schwarz / negro / noir L1
‚ braun / marrón / brun L2
ƒ
230V~
„ blau / azul / bleu N
… grün--gelb / verde--amarillo
• schwarz / negro / noir
‚ braun / marrón / brun L1
ƒ
230V~
„ blau / azul / bleu
N
… grün--gelb / verde--amarillo
vert-- jaune
PE
vert-- jaune
PE
Technical data
Dimensions of the appliance :
Specifications, Standards, Guidelines
Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
This appliance corresponds to the following standards:
572 mm
502 mm
49 mm
49 l
Cut--out dimensions
Length . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Radius . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
560 mm
490 mm
R5
Power of cooking zones:
D
EN 60 335--1 and EN 60 335--2--6
with regard to the safety of electric appliances for
domestic use and similar purposes
D
DIN 44546 / 44547 / 44548
with regard to the criteria for electric cookers for
domestic use.
D
EN 55014--2 / VDE 0875 part 14--2
D
EN 55014 / VDE 0875 part 14 / 12.93
D
EN 61000--3--2 / VDE 0838 part 2
D
EN 61000--3--3 / VDE 0838 part 3
with regard to the basic protection demands for
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
Dual cooking zone front left . . . . . . . . 750/2200 W
Cooking zone rear left . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1200 W
Cooking zone rear right . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1800 W
Cooking zone front right . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1200 W
This appliance corresponds to EC--guidelines
Total connected load max. . . . . . . . . .
Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6,4 kW
D
73/23/EC dt. 19.02.1973
(low--voltage--guideline)
D
89/336/EC dt. 03.05.1989
(EMC--guideline inclusive of
amendment--guideline 92/31/EC)
230 V ~50 Hz
Rating plate
Note down here the data from the rating plate of your appliance. The rating plate is on the base of the hob.
The rating plate is not visible after the hob has been built--in.
This information will be required:
-- when requesting a service call
-- when ordering spare parts
or accessories
ZANUSSI
MADE IN GERMANY
-- with technical queries.
TYP: PEE2 019 PNC: 949 590 890 MODELL: ZKT 623 LX
F.Nr.: . . . . . . . . . . . .
230 V ~
Total max. 6,4 kW
ZANUSSI
MADE IN GERMANY
TYP: PEE2 019 PNC: 949 590 794 MODELL: ZKT 623 LX
ZANUSSI
MADE IN GERMANY
TYP: PEE2 019 PNC: 949 590 801 MODELL: ZKT 623 LB
F.Nr.: . . . . . . . . . . . .
230 V ~
Total max. 6,4 kW
F.Nr.: . . . . . . . . . . . .
230 V ~
Total max. 6,4 kW
ZANUSSI
ZANUSSI
MADE IN GERMANY
MADE IN GERMANY
TYP: PEE2 019 PNC: 949 590 802 MODELL: ZKT 623 LN
TYP: PEE2 019 PNC: 949 590 800 MODELL: ZKT 623 LW
F.Nr.: . . . . . . . . . . . .
230 V ~
Total max. 6,4 kW
F.Nr.: . . . . . . . . . . . .
230 V ~
Total max. 6,4 kW
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1. Kochfeld einschalten
Switch-on the appliance
Indkobling af kogefeltet
Sätta på hällen
Connectar el aparato
2. Kochzone auswählen
Cooking zone selection
Valg af kogezone
Val av värmezon
Selección zona de cocción
3. Kochstufe einstellen
Setting selection
Valg af varmetrin
Val av kokeffekt
Selección potencia de cocción
4. Zweikreiszone einstellen
Dual cooking zone switch-off
Indkobling af dobbelt kogezone
Sätt på dubbel värmezone
Conexión de la doble zona
5. Kochzone ausschalten
Cooking zone switch-off
Frakobling af kogezone
Stänga av värmezon
Desconetar la zone de cocción
Kochfeld ausschalten
Switch-off the appliance
Frakobling af kogefeltet
Stänga av hällen
Desconectar el aparato
ZKT 623 LX/LW/LB/
LN
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