Instructions for Use
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GLASS-CERAMIC BUILT-IN COOKING HOB
Dear customer!
Glass-ceramic hob is intended for use in
households.
Our products are packed in environment-friendly materials
which can be recycled, disposed of, or destroyed without
imposing any burden on the environment.
Instructions for use are intended for the user. They
describe the appliance and its operation. The instructions
apply to various types of appliances and may therefore
include description of functions that may not be available
on your appliance.
Instructions for
connection
The appliance must be connected in compliance with the
instructions attached to it, as well as in compliance with
relevant regulations and standards. The connection may
only be performed by a qualified person.
Rating plate
The rating plate indicating the basic information on the
appliance is attached to the lower side of the hob.
Fire risk protection
When the cooking hob is built-in, a kitchen furniture
element that is higher than the hob can stand next to in on
one side, provided the kitchen element on the other side
of the hob is not higher than the hob level.
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Instructions for use
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TABLE
IMPORTANT - READ BEFORE USING .........................................................................5
THE APPLIANCE ...............................................................................................................5
Safety percautions........................................................................................................................5
Warnings............................................................................................................................................5
APPLIANCE DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................7
Cooking hob control elements (depending on the model) ....................................... 8
COOKING ZONES ............................................................................................................ 9
Before using the appliance for the first time ...................................................................9
Important warnings ......................................................................................................................9
Cookware ........................................................................................................................................ 10
Energy saving................................................................................................................................ 10
OPERATING THE COOKING ZONES ........................................................................... 11
Turning on the cooking hob.....................................................................................................11
Turning on the cooking zones ................................................................................................11
Turning off the cooking zones ...............................................................................................12
Turning off the cooking hob ...................................................................................................12
Activating the child lock ...........................................................................................................12
Residual heat indicators........................................................................................................... 13
Power boost function................................................................................................................ 13
Cooking zone expansion (depending on the model) .............................................15
Operation time limit ....................................................................................................................15
Temporary cooking progress suspension - STOP & GO
(depending on the model) .....................................................................................................15
Programmable timer (depending on the model) ....................................................... 16
Special warnings and fault reports ..................................................................................... 18
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ................................................................................ 19
Cleaning ........................................................................................................................................... 19
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................... 20
Important warnings ...................................................................................................................20
Installing the foam gasket ........................................................................................................21
Worktop cutout dimensions ...................................................................................................21
CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE TO ......................................................................... 23
THE POWER MAINS ...................................................................................................... 23
Important warnings ................................................................................................................... 23
Connection diagram ................................................................................................................. 24
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................... 25
Rating plate ................................................................................................................................... 25
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IMPORTANT - READ BEFORE USING
THE APPLIANCE
Safety percautions
• This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years
and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or
metal capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge
if they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and
understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play
with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be made by children without supervision.
• WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts become
hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid touching
heating elements. Children less than 8 years of age shall
be kept away unless continuously supervised.
• WARNING: Danger of fire: do not store items on the
cooking surfaces.
• WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil
can be dangerous and may result in fire. Never try to
extinguish a fire with water, but switch off the appliance
and then cover flame with a lid or a damp cloth.
• After use, switch off the hob element by its control and
not rely on the pan detector.
• WARNING: If the surface is cracked, switch off the
appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
• Do not use steam cleaners or high-pressure cleaners to
clean the cooking hob, as this may result in an electric
shock.
• The appliance is not intended to be controlled by external
timers or special control systems.
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• The appliance may only be connected to the power mains by an authorized service
technician or expert.
• Tampering with the appliance or non-professional repair thereof may result in risk of
severe injury or damage to the product. Any repairs may only be carried out by an
authorized service technician or expert.
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• The appliance is intended solely for cooking. Do not use it for any other purpose, e.g. for
room heating. Do not place empty cookware on the cooking zones.
• If another electrical appliance is connected to a AC power socket near the appliance,
make sure the power cord does not come into contact with hot cooking zones.
• Do not store temperature-sensitive items underneath the appliance, such as cleaners or
detergents, spray cans etc.
• Using the glass ceramic hob as a storage area may result in scratches or other damage
to it. Never heat food in aluminium foil or in plastic containers on the cooking hob. Such
foil or containers may melt which can result in a fire or damage to the cooking hob.
The symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may
not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of thisproduct. For more
detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city
office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the
product.
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APPLIANCE DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
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1. Cooking zone rear left
2. Cooking zone front left
3. Cooking hob control unit
4. Cooking zone front right
5. Cooking zone rear right
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Cooking hob control
elements
(depending on the
model)
Control sensor keys:
A Coking hob on/off sensor
B Child lock sensor
B1 Child lock signal light
C Stop & Go sensor (temporary cooking
progress suspension sensor key)
C1 Stop & Go signal light
D Alarm or timer setting sensor
E Cooking zone expansion indicator light
F Power level / residual heat displays
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F1
G
H
I
J
K
L
Active function decimal point
Increase value / setting sensor
Cooking zone selection sensor
Decrease value / setting sensor
Cooking zone expansion on/off sensor
Switch-off timer indication light
Time display
Before using the
appliance for the first
time
Clean the glass-ceramic surface with a damp cloth
and some manual dishwashing detergent. Do not use
aggressive detergents such as abrasive cleaners that can
scratch the surface, abrasive dishwashing sponges, or
stain removers.
Important warnings
• Do not turn on a cooking zone without a pan over it,
and never use the cooking hob for room heating!
• Make sure the cooking zones and pan bottom are clean
and dry, and that sufficient heat transmission is enabled
between them, in order to prevent any damage to the
heating surface.
• Any fat or oil left on the cooking ones may ignite.
Therefore, be careful when using fat and oil to prepare
food (e.g. French fries) and control the cooking process
at all times.
• Do not place a damp pan or a steam-covered lid on the
cooking zones, as moisture is detrimental to them.
• Do not leave a hot pan to cool down on the cooking
zones, because moisture will be generated under it,
causing corrosion.
Important warnings regarding the glass ceramic hob
• Cooking zone reaches the selected power level or
temperature very quickly; however, the area surrounding
the cooking zones remains relatively cool.
• The hob is resistant to temperature changes.
• The hob is also impact-resistant. The pans may be
placed onto the hob roughly without damaging the hob.
• Glass ceramic hobs should not be used as a worktop.
Sharp objects can cause scratches.
• Preparing food in thin aluminum of plastic containers
on hot cooking zones is not allowed. Do not place any
plastic objects or aluminum foil on the glass ceramic
hob.
• Never use a glass-ceramic hob that is cracked or
broken. If an object falls on the hob with a sharp
edge downwards, this could cause the hob / glass
ceramic panel to break. The consequences are visible
immediately, or only after a while. If any visible crack
should appear, immediately disconnect the appliance
from the power supply.
• If sugar or some sugar-laden food is spilt over a hot
glass ceramic zone, immediately wipe the sugar off
zone.
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COOKING ZONES
Cookware
Tips on using the cookware
Use high-quality cookware with a flat and stable bottom.
• Transmission of heat is best when the pan bottom and
the cooking zone are of the same diameter, and the pan is
placed on the middle of the cooking zone.
• When using a tempered glass (Pyrex) or porcelain
cookware, please follow the cookware manufacturer’s
instructions.
• When using a pressure cooker, do not leave it unattended
until the desired pressure is reached. The cooking zone
should initially be set to the maximum power level; as the
pressure rises, use the sensors to decrease the power
level according to the pressure cooker manufacturer’s
instructions.
• Make sure there is always enough water, either in a pressure
cooker or in any other piece of cookware, as using an
empty pan on the cooking hob will result in overheating
which will damage both the pan and the cooking zone.
• Tempered glass (Pyrex) cookware with a specially brushed
bottom is suitable for use on cooking hobs if it fits the
diameter of the cooking zone. Cookware with larger
diameter may break due to thermal stress.
• When using any special or unconventional cookware, follow
the cookware manufacturer’s instructions.
• When a highly reflective pan (bright metal surface) or a
pan with a thick bottom is used for cooking on a glassceramic hob, cooking time can be extended by several
minutes (up to 10 minutes). If you wish to boil a larger
quantity of food, it is recommended to use a container with
a flat dark bottom.
• Do not use clay cookware, because it may leave scratches
on the glass-ceramic hob.
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• Pan bottom diameters should match the diameter of the
cooking zone. If the pan is too small, some heat is wasted;
furthermore, using a too small pan can damage the
cooking zone.
• Whenever possible given the cooking process, use a lid.
• The pan should be appropriately sized given the quantity
of food prepared. Preparing a small quantity of food in a
large pan will cause a waste of energy.
• Dishes that take a long time to cook should be prepared in
a pressure cooker.
• Various vegetables, potatoes, etc., can be cooked in a small
quantity of water; however, the lid should be closed tightly.
When the water is brought to boil, reduce the power level
to a setting that maintains a temperature just above boiling
point.
OPERATING THE COOKING ZONES
• The cooking hob is fitted with electronic sensor keys
which are activated, respectively, when the indicated
surface of a particular sensor is touched with a finger
for at least one second.
• Activation of a sensor key is confirmed by a beep.
• Do not place any objects on the sensor key surface
(this may trigger error reports).
• Make sure the sensor key surface is always clean.
Turning on the cooking
hob
• Touch the on/off sensor key (A) and hold it for at
least one second. The cooking hob is activated; a “0”
is displayed next to all power level displays (F), and a
decimal point (F1) is flashing.
Any subsequent setting must be carried out within
the following 10 seconds; otherwise, the cooking
hob will be automatically switched off again.
• If the cooking hob was turned on with the on/off sensor
key (A), the desired cooking zone may be activated
in the following 10 seconds. To do this, touch the (H)
sensor key. A decimal point (F1) will light up next to the
power level display of the currently selected cooking
zone.
• Touch the “+” sensor key (G) to set the power level 1-9.
If the key “–” (I) is touched first, the setting 9 is selected
immediately.
When the “+” (G) or “–” (I) sensor key are pressed
and held, the levels will automatically start
decreasing or increasing. Power level can also be
changed by touching these two sensor keys several
times; in this case, the power level is changed
stepwise.
Settings can only be made for one selected cooking
zone at a time – the one indicated by the decimal
point (F1).
Changing the cooking zone power level
• Select the cooking zone by pressing / touching the
(H) sensor key. A decimal point (F1) will light up on the
display of the selected cooking zone (F).
• Press the “+” (G) or “–” (I) sensor key to change the
power level.
Cooking zone reheating function
• The purpose of the reheating zone is to keep warm the
food that is already cooked.
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Turning on the cooking
zones
• Reheating function is activated by pressing the “–” (I)
sensor key until the power level is set to 1 .
Turning off the cooking
zones
• Select the cooking zone by pressing the relevant sensor
key (H). The decimal point (F1) next to the display for
the selected cooking zone will light up.
• Press the “–” (I) sensor key to set the power level to “0”.
• Quick power off: the power level can be instantly set to
“0” by pressing the “+” (G) sensor key and “–” (I) sensor
key simultaneously.
Turning off the cooking
hob
• The cooking hob may be turned off at any time by pressing
the on/off sensor key (A).
• All indicators go off, except for the remaining, or residual,
heat indicators which are lit on the displays for those
cooking zones that are still hot.
• If the cooking zone is turned off before the end of the
cooking process, the residual heat is used, which saves
some power.
Activating the child
lock
By activating the child lock, the operation and use of the
cooking zones is prevented. This way, children will not be
able to activate the cooking hob.
Activating the child lock
• Activate the child lock by holding the (B) sensor key for
approximately three seconds; the (B1) signal light will
light up.
• Child lock can be activated when the cooking zone is
operating.
• Child lock prevents activation of any sensor key, except
for the main switch (A) and the child lock sensor key
(B).
Deactivating the child lock
• Child lock can be deactivated, or disengaged, by
holding the (B) sensor key for three seconds. A beep
will sound when the lock is disengaged and the signal
light above the sensor key will go off.
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Residual heat
indicators
As soon as a hot coking zone is switched off, or when the
entire cooking hob is turned off, the following is displayed
on the display of each hot cooking zone:
- “H” if the cooking zone is still hot;
- “h” if the cooking zone is cooling down and is warm to
touch.
The duration of this display is calculated given the power
level and depends on how long the cooking zone has been
activated. When the “H” or “h” sign goes off, the cooking
zone may in some cases (power failure, a hot pan left on
the cooking zone) still be hot. Be careful, as there is a
risk of burning. If a power failure has occurred when the
cooking zones were hot, the indicator “H” or “h” will flash.
This is to warn you that the cooking zone may still be hot,
but not necessarily, depending on how long the power
supply was out of order.
The appliance has been tested at the factory. This
test includes heating up all cooking and warming
zones; therefore, “H” symbol may flash on the
display for a while after the appliance is first
connected to the power mains.
When this function is activated, the cooking zone will
operate at the highest possible level for a certain period
of time, depending on the selected power level; after this,
the cooking zone will automatically switch to the initially
selected level and continue operating. The power boost
function may be activated for each cooking zone, for any
power level, except for power level “9”, as in this case the
cooking zone is constantly operating at full power.
Activating the power boost function
• Set the power level to 9.
• Press the “+” (G) sensor key. Indications “A” and “9” are
shown on the display alternately.
• Reduce the power level to the desired level at which the
cooking is to continue.
The symbol “A” and the selected power level will be
indicated alternately on the display. When the power
boost function has expired, the cooking zone will switch
automatically to the selected level which is then indicated
permanently on the display.
If the power level is changed during the power
boost on a particular cooking zone, the power
boost function is immediately deactivated.
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Power boost function
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The power boost function is appropriate for the
following:
• Food that is cold at the beginning of preparation is quickly
warmed up, and then left to cook for a longer period of
time; with the power boost function, this can be done
without constantly controlling the cooking process (e.g.
beef stew).
The power boost function is not recommended for the
following:
• Food that is fried, broiled, or stewed and must be turned
frequently, adding liquid, or stirring; dumplings or pasta
with a lot of liquid; food that requires boiling for longer
period of time in a pressure-cooker.
Dish/cooking mode
quantity
power level
cooking duration
(min)
Soup/reheating
0,5 – 1 lit
A7 - 8
4-7
milk/reheating
0,2 – 0,4 lit
A1 - 2
4-7
rice/simmering
125 – 250 g
approx. 300ml 600ml water
A2 - 3
20 - 25
cooked jacket
potatoes
750g – 1,5 kg
approx. 600ml –
900ml water
A5 - 6
25 - 38
fresh vegetables/
boiling
0,5 – 1 kg
approx. 400ml –
600ml water
A4 - 5
18 - 25
• The table below lists the examples of some dishes for which rapid heating is
appropriate.
• The values indicated are approximate and depend on other parameters (e.g. type and
quality of cookware, quantity of additional water, etc.).
• Minor quantities are indicated for smaller cooking zones and major quantities apply to
larger cooking zones.
• Cook in pots covered with lids on the two smaller cooking zones back left, front right,
or on the double cooking zone front left.
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Cooking zone
expansion
(depending on the
model)
Activating the cooking zone expansion
• For a selected cooking one (a decimal point is lit next to
the display for the currently selected zone), an additional
heating coil can be activated by pressing the (J) sensor key.
The signal light (E) next to the display will light up.
• Select the cooking zone for both heating coils.
• If a cooking zone also features a third heating coil, this can
also be engaged by pressing the (J) sensor key once again.
Deactivating the additional heating coil
• Select the cooking zone (a decimal point is lit next to
the display for the currently selected zone).
• Additional heating coil may be deactivated by pressing
the (J) sensor key for the selected cooking zone several
times.
For improved safety, your cooking hob is fitted with
a device that limits the duration of the cooking hob
operation for each cooking zone respectively. The duration
of operation is measured from the last change made to
the power level settings for a particular cooking zone. If
the power level is not changed for a while, the cooking
zone will automatically be switched off after a certain
period of time which depends on the power level (the
higher the power level, the shorter the duration – see table
below).
Power level
u
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Maximum operation time in
hours
6
6
6
5
5
4
1,5
1,5
1,5
1,5
Temporary cooking
progress suspension STOP & GO
(depending on the
model)
The STOP & GO function enables you to temporarily
suspend, or pause the cooking progress (urgent other
tasks), while keeping all the settings.
Engaging the STOP & GO function
• Cooing is temporarily suspended by touching the STOP &
GO (C) sensor key.
• A signal light (C1) will light up above the sensor key.
• All settings are frozen, and the cooking zones do not
operate. The letters S, t, O, and P are indicated alternately
on the display.
Resuming the cooking progress
• The cooking hob will continue to operate when the STOP &
GO (C) sensor key is pressed again.
• Signal light (C1) goes off.
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Operation time limit
If the STOP & GO function is not deactivated in 10
minutes, the entire cooking hob will be witched off
automatically.
Programmable timer
(depending on the
model)
The appliance offers two timer functions:
A alarm function – countdown without the switch-off
option
B switch-off function – countdown with the switch-off
option for respective cooking zones.
A Warning function- countdown without switching off
the cooking zone
The timer warns you that the time set has elapsed, but
does not turn off the cooking zone. The alarm timer can
be set when the cooking hob is on.
• Press the timer sensor key (D) to activate the timer. “00”
is displayed on the timer display (L) and the decimal
point (F1) is lit.
• Press the “+” (G) and “–” (I) sensor keys to set the time
in the range from 1 to 99 minutes.
• After the set time has elapsed, an alarm will sound, but
the cooking zone will not be turned off.
• Acknowledge and turn off the alarm by pressing any
sensor key; if this is not done, the alarm will stop after a
certain period of time.
• Alarm will remain active also after the hob is switched
off with button (A).
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B Timer with the option to turn off the cooking zone
The switch-off timer facilitates the cooking process by
allowing you to set the cooking time for a particular
cooking zone. In order to set the switch-off timer, the power
level must already have been set (see section “Turning on
the cooking zones”).
• Press the timer sensor key (D) to activate the timer. “00”
is displayed on the timer display (L) and the decimal
point (F1) is lit. When the (D) sensor key is pressed again,
the (K) point indicating the selected cooking zone, starts
flashing.
• As long as the decimal point is lit, sensor keys “+” (G)
and “–” (I) can be used to set the time in the range from
1 to 99 minutes. IF the sensor key is pressed and held,
the rate at which the timer setting is changing will be
increased after a while.
• When the value was set, the countdown starts. The
corresponding point (K) is still flashing, indicating the
selected cooking field.
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Cooking time can be set for each cooking zone
independently. If several timers have been
programmed, the time that is closest to zero will
always be displayed. This is indicated by a flashing
signal light (L) which indicates the cooking field.
Changing the timer setting
• Timer setting can be changed any time during operation.
• Press the timer sensor key (D) to display the remaining
time for the selected cooking field. The corresponding
signal light (K) will flash.
• Press the “+” (G) or “–” (I) sensor key to set the new
cooking time.
Checking the remaining cooking time
If several timers are set, the remaining cooking time can
be displayed by touching the (D) sensor key.
Switching off the timer
After the set time has elapsed, an alarm will sound and
the cooking zone will be turned off. The value “00” flashes
on the timer display. Switch off the alarm by pressing any
sensor key; if this is not done, the alarm will go off after a
certain period of time.
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To deactivate the timer before the set time has elapsed:
• Select the desired timer display (see section Changing
the timer setting) – the set time and the corresponding
dot that indicates the cooking field will flash.
• Press the “–” (I) sensor key to set the value to “00”, or
press the “+” (G) and “–” (I) sensor key simultaneously,
to reset the value to zero immediately.
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Special warnings and
fault reports
• If all power levels are set to “00”, the cooking hob will
be turned off automatically after 10 seconds.
• If any of the keys is activated for more than 10 seconds,
the cooking hob will be turned off, an alarm will sound,
and the symbol “F” will flash on the display.
• If several keys are covered by an object or if boiled-over
liquid is spilt over the surface of the sensor keys, the
cooking hob will automatically go off after a certain
period of time.
• If the keys do not respond, disconnect the cooking
field from the power supply network for a few minutes
(remove the fuse or trip the main switch); then,
reconnect the hob to the power mains and reengage the
main switch.
In case of an operation failure or if the fault /
error indication does not disappear, disconnect
the cooking hob from the power mains for a few
minutes (undo the fuse or turn of the main switch);
then, reconnect it to the power mains and turn on
the main switch key.
If the problems persist, call a service technician.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Cleaning
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
After each use of the glass-ceramic hob, wait for it to
cool down and clean it; otherwise, even the smallest food
residue will be burnt onto the hot surface next time you
use the appliance. For regular cleaning and maintenance
of the glass-ceramic surface, use special conditioning
agents which form a protective layer on the surface,
shielding it from dirt. Before each use, wipe any dust or
other particles from the hob surface and pan bottom as
these could scratch the surface (Figure 1).
Careful: steel wool, abrasive sponges, and abrasive
detergents can scratch the hob surface. Glass ceramic
surface can also be damaged by aggressive sprays and
inappropriate or insufficiently shaken (mixed) liquid
cleaning agents (Figure 1 and Figure 2).
Signage may be worn when using aggressive or abrasive
cleaners or cookware with damaged bottom (figure 2).
Light stains can be removed by a damp soft cloth; then,
wipe the surface dry (Figure 3).
Water stains can be removed using a mild solution of
vinegar; however, do not use this solution to clean the frame
(only with some models, as it may become dull. Do not use
aggressive sprays or decalcification agents (Figure 3).
Heavier stains can be removed using special agents and
utensils for cleaning the glass-ceramic hobs. When using
these products, follow the instructions provided by their
respective manufacturers.
Make sure any residues of cleaning agents are thoroughly
removed, as they could damage the glass-ceramic hob
when the cooking zones heat up (Figure 3).
Remove stubborn and burnt residues with a scraper (figure
4).
Be careful when handling the scraper to prevent injury.
Only use the scraper when dirt cannot be removed
with a wet cloth or special cleaners for glass
ceramic surfaces.
Hold the scraper at the correct angle (45° to 60°). Gently
press the scraper against the glass and slide it over the
signage to remove the dirt. Make sure the plastic handle
of the scraper (in some models) does not come into
contact with a hot cooking zone.
Do not press the scraper perpendicularly against
the glass and do not scratch the hob surface with
its tip or blade.
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Figure 4
Figure 5
Sugar and sugar-laden food may permanently damage the
glass-ceramic surface (Figure 5); therefore, they should
be removed from the glass-ceramic surface as soon as
possible, although the cooking zone may still be hot
(Figure 4). Any change in the color of the glass-ceramic
surface does not affect its operation or the stability of
the surface. Such discolorations are mostly a result of
burnt food residues or use of cookware made of materials
such as aluminum or copper; these stains are difficult to
remove.
Warning: All damage described above predominantly
relates to the aesthetics, i.e. appearance of the appliance
and do not affect its functionality directly. Such errors
cannot be the subject of a warranty claim.
INSTALLATION
Important warnings
• Installation of the appliance into a kitchen worktop and its connection to the power
mains may only be performed by an adequately qualified technician.
• Veneer or other finish of the piece of kitchen furniture into which the hob is to be built
in should be treated with heat resistant glue (100°C); otherwise, the worktop finish may
be discolored or deformed.
• Cooking hob is dimensioned to be built into the worktop over a piece of kitchen
furniture, with a width of 600 mm or more.
• After installation, the front two fastening elements should be freely accessible from
below.
• Hanging, or wall-mounted kitchen elements should be installed high enough not to
interfere with the work process.
• The distance between the cooking hob and the kitchen hood should be no less than
indicated in the instructions for kitchen hood installation. The minimum distance is 650
mm.
• The distance between the appliance edge and the adjacent tall kitchen furniture
element should amount to no less than 40 mm.
• Use of massive wood decoration plates or boards on the worktops behind the cooking
hob is permitted, if the minimum distance remains the same as indicated in the
installation drawings.
• Minimum distance between the built-in cooking hob and the rear wall is indicated on
the installation drawing.
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Installing the foam
gasket
Before inserting the appliance into the opening in the
kitchen worktop, the supplied foam gasket must be
attached to the lower side of the glass ceramic (glass)
cooking hob (see figure above). Do not install the
appliance without the foam gasket!
The gasket should be attached to the appliance in the
following way:
- Remove the protective film from the gasket.
- Then, attach the gasket to the lower side of the glass,
approximately 2-3 millimetres from the edge (as shown
in the figure). The gasket must be attached along the
entire length of the glass edge and should not overlap
at the corners.
- When installing the gasket, make sure that the glass
does not come into contact with any sharp objects.
NOTE!
On some appliances the gasket is already installed!
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Worktop cutout
dimensions
510-515
min 20
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• Cooking hobs can be installed into worktops that are 30
to 50 mm thick.
• The kitchen furniture element underneath the hob
should not be fitted with a drawer. If the kitchen
furniture element as a horizontal partition wall, it should
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be installed no less than 60 millimeters from the lower
surface of the worktop. The space between the partition
wall and the hob must be empty; no objects should be
placed into that gap.
• On the furniture back wall there should be a cutout with
width of at least 175 mm along the entire width of the
furniture element.
• Only type EVP4..,EVP2.., ovens fitted with a cooling fan
may be installed underneath this cooking hob.
Installation procedure
• The worktop should be installed completely horizontally.
• The cutoff surfaces should be appropriately protected.
• Attach the fastening elements (4x - SVK6…600 mm; 6x
- SVK7…750 mm; 6x - SVK8…850 mm) with the supplied
screws (4x - SVK6…600 mm; 6x - SVK7…750 mm; 6x SVK8…850 mm) to the left and right wall of the cooking
hob and the worktop cutoff.
• Connect the cooking hob to the power mains (see
instructions for connecting a cooking hob on a power
network).
• Insert the cooking hob into he cutoff and press it heavily
from above against the worktop.
• For screwing down the fixing clip it is not allowed to
use screws longer than 6,5 mm.
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CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE TO
THE POWER MAINS
Important warnings
• The appliance may only be connected by an authorized skilled technician.
• Electric system protection should comply with all relevant regulations.
• The connection clips can be accessed when the connection clip covers are opened /
removed.
• Before connecting the appliance, make sure the voltage indicated on the rating plate is
consistent with the voltage in your home circuit.
• The rating plate with basic information is attached on the lower side of the hob.
• The electric circuit should also include an omnipolar switch that will separate the
appliance from the mains, if required, with at least 3 mm of distance between contacts.
Suitable devices include fuses, current protection switches, etc.
• The connection should be selected according to the installation possibilities with regard
to current and fuses.
• Given the protection from the risk of fire, appliances of this type may be installed in
a worktop next to a piece of kitchen furniture that is taller than the appliance (when
installed); however, in this case, a kitchen furniture not higher than the cooking hob must
be installed on the other side, adjacent to the appliance.
• The current conducting and isolated parts must be protected from any possibility of
direct contact.
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• Before any manipulation with the appliance (other than its regular use), disconnect it
from the power mains. The appliance should be connected according to the relevant
scheme (diagram), subject to the network voltage. Connect the earth (PE) wire to the
clip indicated with the earth /ground symbol.
• The mains cord must be fed through the fastening clip / strain release device which
protects it from being pulled out accidentally.
• After connecting the appliance, turn on all cookers for approximately three minutes to
check their operation.
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Connection diagram
‘’ The appliances are suitable for photovoltaic electrical
power under the condition that electrical voltage will
be 220VAC - 240VAC with semi tonic frequency 50Hz
in order the appliance to operate properly (alternative
a generator can be used with the same technical
characteristic).’’
• Incorrect connection may destroy parts of the appliance,
making the warranty void.
• Before connecting the appliance, make sure the voltage
indicated on the rating plate is consistent with the
voltage in your home network. Connection voltage
(230 V through N) should be checked by a qualified
technician using a corresponding measuring device!
• Connection cable on the back of the appliance should
be led in such way that it does not touch the appliance
back wall, as this part will get very hot during operation.
NOTE:
Connection bridges are already installed on their
respective places on the clip. Screws of the connection
terminals are open, which means they do not have to be
unfastened or unscrewed any further. When fastening the
screws, you may hear a slight ‘click’, which means that the
screws should be fastened / screwed in completely.
The following can be used for connection:
• Type H05 RR-F 4×1.5 rubber connection cables with a
green-yellow protective wire,
• Type H05 VV-F 4x1,5 PCV insulated connection cables
with yellow-green protective wire, or other equivalent or
superior grade cables.
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TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Rating plate
Serial number
Code
Model
Type
Trademark
Technical information
Compliance indications / symbols
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE ANY CHANGES
THAT DO NOT AFFECT THE FUNCTIONALITY OF THE
APPLIANCE.
Instructions for use of the appliance can also be found on
our website at
www.gorenje.com / < http://www.gorenje.com />
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