User
Instructions
680KCD
780KCD
DESN 515906
DESN 516830
Users
Instructions
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
For use in GB & IE
12/15 EOPI 515873
SECTION
Contents
CONTENTSPAGE
INTRODUCTION3
USER INFORMATION4
CONTROLS5
THE COOKER
MAIN OVEN AND HOTPLATE CONTROL
6
THE HOTPLATE6
THE MAIN OVEN6
THE LOWER OVEN6
THE RAYBURN COOKBOOK6
COOKING CHART (MAIN OVEN)6
COOKING HINTSVENTING FAN7
MAIN OVEN7
THERMODIAL7
LOWER OVEN7
SOLID SHELF7
HOTPLATE7
ACCESSORIES7
LOCATION OF OVEN GRID SHELVES8
DOORS8
THE BOILER9
THE BURNER9
THE PROGRAMMERWHAT IT DOES9
FUNCTIONS9
SETTING TIME OF DAY9
AUTO/MANUAL CONTROL10
SETTING THE PROGRAMMER10
SECOND EVENT10
REPEATING DAYS11
SETTING THE PROGRAMMER DAILY11
SETTING THE MINUTE MINDER11
ENAMELLED TOP AND FRONT PLATE12
CLEANING
AND CARING
OVEN DOOR LININGS12
FOR
YOUR
RAYBURN
INSULATING
LIDS12
OVENS AND HOTPLATE12
ACCESSORIES12
BURNER RESET13
OIL LEAK OR FAULT13
POWER FAILURE13
FUEL 13
SERVICING13
FAULT INDICATOR13
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for buying a Rayburn appliance. To get the best from it, please read and carefully follow the instructions before
using your Rayburn for the first time.
Consumer Protection
As responsible manufacturers we take care to make sure that our products are designed and constructed to meet the
required safety standards when properly installed and used.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: PLEASE READ THE ACCOMPANYING WARRANTY
Any alteration that is not approved by AGA could invalidate the approval of the appliance, operation of the warranty and
could affect your statutory rights.
Health and Safety
See Installation and Servicing Instructions for details.
The Appliance
Your Rayburn has been designed to provide cooking, central heating and domestic hot water when you require it. It can
be run as an on/off cooker.
The boiler side of your Rayburn should not be set to run below 60°C.
If the weather is very cold, or if you prefer, the appliance cooker burner can be run on a continuous low or high setting as
required. Do not use to warm a room with the appliance doors left open.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
During use the appliance becomes hot.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away.
This Rayburn is for use with Kerosene C2 to BS 2869 only.
This appliance must be commissioned by an approved engineer.
A Rayburn programmer is supplied and controls the cooking only on the appliance.
Two independently fired oil burners are fitted. These are:1.
2.
The boiler burner which gives domestic hot water and central heating or domestic hot water only.
The cooker burner gives control of hotplate and oven temperature.
Your Rayburn comes complete with:1
1
1
1
Meat Tin
1 Meat Tin Rack
1 Grill Tin
1 Servicing Instruction
Solid Shelf
Oven Retaining Grid Shelf
Standard Oven Grid Shelf
1 Grill Rack
2 Lifting Eyes
2 Lifting Hooks
1 Wire Brush
1 Users Instruction
1 Installation Instruction
1 Cook Book
1 Warranty Book
1 Oil Filter
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USER INFORMATION
Fig. 1B - Rayburn 780KCD
Fig. 1A - Rayburn 680KCD
Fig. 1C
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CONTROLS
THERMODIAL GUIDE
MARK
APPROX
TEMP
LOW
120ºC
1
140ºC
2
150ºC
3
160ºC
4
180ºC
5
190ºC
6
200ºC
7
220ºC
8
230ºC
9
240ºC
HIGH
250ºC
SIMMER BAKE ROAST
120ºC - 150ºC
160ºC - 200ºC
220ºC - 250ºC
THE THERMODIAL ON THE MAIN OVEN DOOR IS A GUIDE TO THE
CENTRE OVEN TEMPERATURE WHEN COOKING. SEE COOKING
CHART ON PAGE 7 AND COOKING HINTS ON PAGE 8 FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION
Fig. 2
DESN 514713
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THE MAIN OVEN
The oven thermostat control knob is marked (OFF), then
temperature graduated (See diagram, Page 6).
THE COOKER
MAIN OVEN AND HOTPLATE CONTROL
The Main Oven and hotplate temperatures are controlled by
the cooker thermostat control knob which is situated behind
the controls door. See section ‘CONTROLS’ - Page 6.
Turning the control knob clockwise increases the
temperature.
THE LOWER OVEN
The temperature of the cast iron Lower Oven is dependent
on the temperature in the Main Oven. As a guide it is
around half the temperature of the Main Oven for food such
as meringues, casseroles, milk puddings etc. This means
that it can be used as a cooking oven when the Main Oven
is at a higher temperature ie. over 200°C (400°F).
If the Rayburn is left on a high setting for a lengthy time the
Lower Oven may climb to a temperature higher than half
that of the Main Oven temperature.
THE HOTPLATE
The single hotplate of your Rayburn is graduated in
temperature. Just slide pans to a hotter or a cooler area
depending on whether boiling or simmering is required.
The hottest area is in the middle left hand side.
THE RAYBURN COOKBOOK
The cook book supplied with your Rayburn cooker is
common to all Rayburns. when following the recipes consult
these operating instructions to ascertain details relevant to
your Rayburn.
The hotplate temperature is also variable, depending upon
the setting used; the higher the setting then the higher the
hotplate temperature.
Made of thick cast iron, the hotplate is machined flat. In
order to ensure perfect contact and even heat distribution
it is recommended that all pans and kettles have thick
machined flat bases. Pans should also have tight fitting lids
for greatest efficiency. Keep the insulated hotplate covers
down when the hotplate is not in use to conserve heat.
NOTE: SMOKE/SMELL EMITTED DURING INITIAL
USAGE.
Some parts of the cooker have been coated with a light
covering of protective oil. During initial operation of the
cooker this may cause smoke/smell to be emitted and is
normal and not a fault with the appliance, it is therefore
advisable to open doors and or windows to allow for
ventilation. Lift the lids to prevent staining the linings.
Any spillage should be removed from the lids before
opening.
NOTE: Check that the plastic protection is removed from
the oven doors before the Rayburn is lit for the first time.
COOKING CHART (MAIN OVEN)
TemperatureShelfApproximate Time
Scones220ºC (425ºF)310 - 15 mins
Small Cakes
190ºC (375ºF)
3 or 4
15 - 20 mins (Turn the tray round halfway through cooking.
Victoria Sandwich
180ºC (350ºF)
3 + 5
20 - 30 mins (Move the lower cake up when
the top cake is cooked. For best results place the ORsolid plain shelf on the top runner)
4
20 - 30 mins (Both cakes on one shelf)
Semi-rich fruit cake
150ºC (300ºF)
4 or 5
2 hours
Rich Fruit Cake
140ºC (275ºF)
4 or 5
Depending on size
Shortcrust - tartlets
200ºC (400ºF)
2 or 3
20 mins
Shortcrust Pie
200ºC (400ºF)
4 or 5
45 mins
Quiche
200ºC (400ºF) - 220ºC (425ºF) Floor
45 mins (Turn round halfway through cooking)
Puff Pastry
210ºC (410ºF) - 220ºC (425ºF) 2 or 3
15 mins
Meringues
100ºC (212ºF) - 120ºC (240ºF) 5
1 1/2 - 2 hours
Casseroles
120ºC (240ºF)
4 or 5
3 hours or more
Bread - rolls
210ºC (410ºF) - 220ºC (425ºF) 2
15 - 20 mins
Bread - loaf
210ºC (410ºF) - 220ºC (425ºF) 4 or 5
35 mins
Soufflé180ºC (350ºF)430 mins
Shelf positions are counted downwards ie: top shelf position is number 1.
The positions are a guide only and can of course be altered to suit.
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LOWER OVEN
A valuable oven for slower more gentle cooking when
the Main Oven is turned up high, as it is roughly half
the temperature of the Main Oven. Ideal for meringues,
casseroles, milk puddings, egg custards etc. When
cooking a casserole in this oven allow it to heat through
and simmer for 5-10 minutes on the hotplate or main oven
floor before transferring to the Lower Oven. Although there
are runners on the sides of the oven for the grid shelf/
meat tin, dishes may also be cooked on the floor of the
oven.
COOKING HINTS
The ovens are indirectly heated from the outside by hot
gases from the heat source so that no flame or elements
are within the ovens. This means that full use can be
made of the whole cooking space. Both ovens are vented
so that cooking smells disappear to the outside.
VENTING FAN
This is achieved with an automatic electric fan and this will
run for 45 minutes after cooking has been completed.
SOLID SHELF
The solid shelf can be used as a baking sheet or as a heat
deflector to protect food from over browning/cooking. It is
ideal as a solid baking sheet as it maximises the whole
oven area. When in position the solid shelf and the space
above can still be used for cooking, while it is protecting
the food below. As a heat deflector slide it in two runners
above the food. To be effective it must be used from cold
and therefore it should be stored outside the oven.
MAIN OVEN
This oven is hotter towards the top than the bottom.
For best results turn food during cooking.
On low settings the oven can be used for long slow
cooking such as casseroles, stock soup, ratatouille,
curries, meringues, rice pudding etc. Turn up to a higher
setting for baking fruit cakes, victoria sandwiches, small
cakes, souffles, scones, bread and roasting etc. (See
temperature/setting chart on previous page for details).
HOTPLATE
Apart from its obvious use for boiling and simmering, the
hot plate can be used directly, for making toast, toasted
sandwiches, drop scones, see the Rayburn cook book for
details. After cooking directly on the hotplate make sure
you brush off any crumbs or this could impair the boiling
performance of the kettle or saucepans.
One of the many benefits of the cast iron oven is that the
floor of the oven is hot and can be used as a cooking area
in its own right.
1. For Baking - no need to bake pastry cases or quiche “blind” just place the flan dish directly on the oven floor for the whole, or part of, the cooking time to achieve “soggy-free” pastry bases that are crisp and golden. In the same way an apple pie can be part cooked on the oven floor to ensure a well cooked base.
ACCESSORIES
Further accessories, tins, shelves, solid shelves,
saucepans, aprons and gauntlets, etc are available from
your Rayburn Stockist.
2. For frying - when the oven is hot the floor of the oven
can be used for frying. Think of it as a hidden hot plate.
A cast iron dish is recommended. Allow it to heat up first
before adding the food. It’s an excellent method for frying
bacon and egg, fish such as trout/salmon or onions etc.
Any fat splashes are carbonised on the inside of the oven
so cleaning is minimal (carbonised crumbs can be brushed
out using a stiff brush) and frying smells are taken away
through the flue.
The top of the oven is where the grilling takes place. Do
this when the oven is turned up to a high setting. The heat
radiating from the roof of the oven seals and cooks the
food efficiently. Arrange the food on the grill rack in the
meat tin set on the highest usable shelf position.
Cast iron retains the heat so you can peep at a cake or
souffle to see how it is cooking without it sinking. For
safety reasons the oven grid shelves are non-tilt, use as
directed on the opposite page and USER INFORMATION,
Page 5.
THERMODIAL
The thermodial on the Main Oven door is a guide to the
condition of the internal oven. On opening, the pointer will
appear to drop as it registers air away from the oven, do
not worry, close the door and after a few minutes it will
regain its original position.
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LOCATION OF OVEN GRID SHELVES
To ensure the correct operation of the oven grid shelves
ensure that they are inserted as shown. (See section
‘USER INFORMATION’) - Page 5.
DOORS
To open the doors. Twist the handle slightly to disengage
the door catch from the locking spindle and pull door open
(See section ‘USER INFORMATION’) - Page 5.
The oven shelf with the front stop, is to be used with the
grill tin supplied.
To close the doors. Gently push the door shut until the
door catch engages with the locking spindle.
Locate the oven shelf on the runners as shown in Fig. 1C.
IT IS NOT ADVISABLE TO PUT VERY WET CLOTHES
OR TOWELS ONTO THE HANDRAIL, AS THIS MAY
CRAZE THE ENAMEL.
Locate grill tin on the oven shelf with the holes facing the
left hand side of the oven.
Fig. 3
DESN 515983
Fig. 4
DESN 515984
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THE BOILER
THE PROGRAMMER
The temperature of the hot water supplied can be
adjusted by means of the boiler thermostat knob. This
knob can also be used to turn the boiler off.
WHAT IT DOES
The Rayburn programmer is a 7-day 2 event
programmer which allows the user to set 2 periods of
the day in which the cooker will turn on and then off. A
typical example of how this may be used is ‘on’ for use
in the morning and then ‘off’ when going out, and then
‘on’ if needed for cooking later in the day and then ‘off’
when cooking is finished.
To inhibit internal corrosion of the boiler heat exchanger
it is important not to operate the boiler below 60°C.
An ideal setting for summer hot water, and to keep the
temperature above 60°C, can be achieved using the
‘ECO’ setting.
The programmer can be set for different time each day
(e.g. morning and evening). However, as many people
have a similar routine through the working week, there
is a repeat function which allows the setting from the
previous day to be copied.
‘ECO’ SETTING
The ‘ECO’ setting on the boiler is a range at which the
boiler operates at maximum efficiency.
The boiler thermostat knob is situated behind the control
door (See Fig. 2). Turn the knob clockwise to increase
the temperature of the water.
However, it may still be set each day differently.
FUNCTIONS
The AUTO/MAN functions allow the user to turn the
cooker on, by simply turning the knob to the required
cooking mark temperature, or by having it turn on at 2
set periods within the day.
Should your heating water system be of an unvented
design i.e. Pressurised System. It is important not to
keep resetting the boiler safety cut-out as this may
indicate a loss of secondary water.
Check also your system pressure gauge.
The minute minder function works as a countdown timer
to ease with cooking. When the timer has counted down
the display will flash 00:00 and a buzzer will sound.
FROST PRECAUTIONS
In the event of the boiler being OFF for long periods
during very cold weather, the advice of your installer
should be obtained.
SETTING INDIVIDUAL DAYS
To allow the user to change an individual day without
having to run throughout the entire week, there is the
ability to change just one day (e.g. days holiday) without
altering the previous settings.
BURNER
The burner can be re-set after 1 minute by pressing the
REPEAT button.
SETTING THE TIME OF DAY
In the event of repeated failure switch off the oil and
electrical supply to the appliance and contact the
installer/service engineer.
: flashes when time is set
Fig. 5
DESN 514714
1. Press the CLOCK button once. Adjust the day using
+ and -. Press the CLOCK again.
2. Adjust the hour using + and -. Press CLOCK again.
3. Adjust the minutes using + and -. Press CLOCK to confirm.
The day light will go out.
PLEASE NOTE: Hold + and - down to increase or
decrease.
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AUTO/MANUAL CONTROL
Fig. 6
SETTING THE PROGRAMMER - WEEKLY (2)
DESN 514715
Fig. 8
1. By pressing the AUTO/MAN button, this allows the oven to be used with the programmer or used manually.
2. An LED will display what is currently set.
1. The display should alternate between OFF 1 and the time of day currently set.
2. Adjust using + or - to set the time the cooker is to
turn off.
3.Press SET once to confirm.
SETTING THE PROGRAMMER - WEEKLY (1)
Fig. 7
DESN 514717
SECOND EVENT
Fig. 9
DESN 514716
DESN 514718
1. The display should alternate between ON2 and time
of day currently set.
2. Adjust using + or - to set the time the second event is to begin (evening).
3.Press SET once to confirm.
4. If the second event is not required, set the time to 00:00 and then press SET.
1. Ensure that the AUTO mode is being used when setting the programmer.
2. Press the SET button twice.
3. The display should alternate between ON1 and the time of day currently set.
4. Adjust to the time required by using + or - buttons to set time you wish cooker to turn on (e.g. morning).
5.Press SET once to confirm time.
SECOND EVENT
Fig. 10
10
DESN 514719
1. The display should alternate between OFF2 and the time of day currently set.
2. Adjust using + or - to set the time the second event is to end,
3.Press SET once to confirm.
4. Again, if this is not required set the time to 00:00 and then press SET.
SETTING THE MINUTE MINDER
REPEATING DAYS
Fig. 13
Fig. 11
1. Press the TIMER button once.
2. 00:00 should be displayed.
3. Adjust to the time required using + or - buttons.
4.Press TIMER to confirm.
5.Press TIMER to show the time of day. To check the
remaining time on the minute minder, press TIMER once
then press TIMER again to show the time of day. Once
the timer has finished, it will flash 00:00 and a buzzer
will sound. To stop press TIMER.
DESN 514720
1. To repeat the event of the previous day, press the REPEAT button once.
2. To repeat the second event of the previous day,
press the REPEAT button once.
3. Alternatively, to set different times from the previous
day, alter the required time.
To return to MANUAL mode at any time whilst
programming press the AUTO/MAN button and time of day will be displayed.
SETTING THE PROGRAMMER - DAILY
Fig. 12
DESN 514722
DESN 514721
1. To set individual days, press SET once.
2. Adjust to the day required using + or - buttons.
3.Press SET to confirm the day chosen.
4. Adjust to the new times required as before.
5. Again, if an event is not needed set to 00:00.
6. Once day is set (both events), display should fault to time of day.
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Cleaning and Caring for your Rayburn
REMEMBER: BE CAREFUL OF THE HOT APPLIANCE.
DO NOT USE A STEAM CLEANER TO CLEAN THIS COOKER.
Rayburn Enamel Cleaner and Rayburn Chrome & Stainless Steel Cleaner are recommended.
Enamelled Top Plate and Front Plate
• It is not advisable to put very wet clothes onto the handrail, as this may craze the enamel.
• To keep the vitreous enamelled surface bright and clean, wipe over daily with a soapy damp cloth, followed by a
clean dry cloth.
• Wipe off any condensation on the front plate as they occur or the vitreous enamel may be permanently discoloured.
• If milk or fruit juice or anything containing acid is spilt on the top plate or down the cooker, be sure to wipe it
immediately or the vitreous enamel may be permanently discoloured.
• Keep a damp cloth handy while cooking, to wipe up spills as they occur, so they do not harden and become more
difficult to remove later. Look for cleaners carrying the VEA (Vitreous Enamel Association) approval logo as this
indicates they can be used on your Rayburn.
• For stubborn deposits, gentle localised soaking, not flooding is easier than rubbing and hot water and detergent will
soften most burnt on stains in 10 minutes.
• A soap impregnated pad can be carefully used on the vitreous enamel (look for VEA mark on suitable cleaners).
VITREOUS
ENAMEL
ASS.
Tested and
recommended
for use on
vitreous
enamel
Important: AGA recommend Vitreous Enamel Association approved cleaners for cleaning the vitreous enamelled
surfaces of this product.
But they are unsuitable for use on chrome and stainless steel components, including the hand rails and their brackets.
The insulating covers should be cleaned regularly with a NON-ABRASIVE mild detergent, applied with a soft (coarse
free) cloth and lightly polished up afterwards with a soft (coarse free) duster or tissue, to bring it back to its original
lustre.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVE PADS, THAT ARE NOT VEA APPROVED, OVEN CLEANER, OR CLEANERS
CONTAINING CITRIC ACID ON ENAMELLED SURFACES.
Oven Door Linings
• Using oven gloves carefully lift off the oven doors (Rayburn 680KCD only), lay them on a tea towel to protect the
enamel. They can then be cleaned with a cream cleanser or soap impregnated pad. Do not however, immerse the
doors in water as they are packed with insulating material which will be damaged by excessive moisture.
Insulating Lids
•
•
Polished Stainless: Wipe over with a soapy damp cloth followed by a polish with a clean dry cloth. Use a Rayburn
Steel Chrome and Stainless Steel Cleaner.
Linings: The linings of the insulating lids may be cleaned with a cream cleanser or soap impregnated pad.
Ovens and Hotplate
• Use a wire brush for cleaning the hotplate to remove burnt on spills.
• In the main oven spills and fat splashes are carbonised at high temperatures, occasionally brush out with a wire
brush. Do not use oven cleaners.
• The lower ovens should also be brushed or wiped out occasionally.
DO NOT USE ANY OVEN CLEANERS
Accessories
• Oven furniture such as meat tins, solid plain shelves, oven grid shelves and grill racks should be cleaned in hot
soapy water, soak if necessary, a nylon scouring pad can be used.
DO NOT PLACE IN A DISHWASHER OR USE CAUSTIC CLEANERS.
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BURNER RESET
POWER FAILURE
Reset buttons are located behind burner door. The
cooker burner, under normal conditions will flash every 15
seconds. This is part of the system monitoring.
The boiler burner does not flash.
In the event of power failure your appliance will become
inoperative. When the power is restored it will automatically
restart, if programmed or manually set to do so.
If a fault occurs on either burner then it automatically
shuts down and the red button on the burner control box
will be illuminated.
FUEL
Please endeavour to see that when your fuel is being
delivered to your storage tank, that the appliance is left
off during delivery, and preferably for a period of 1 hour
afterwards to allow sediment within the tank to settle.
OPERATE BY PRESSING WITH FINGER ONLY
Please wait at least 60 seconds between resetting the
lockout button.
This is particularly important for oil systems using two
pipe flow and return.
If for example the storage tank has been replenished
after the oil supply tank ran out, and resetting the lockout
button does not light the burner immediately, it will be
necessary to repeat the sequence.
Continued lockouts indicate a burner or oil supply
malfunction. The fault should be diagnosed and rectified.
Also endeavour to avoid running out of fuel, by seeing that
the storage tank is replenished in good time. This will help
avoid nuisance breakdowns which can result through fuel
starvation.
SERVICING
With normal use a boiler/cooker annual flueway clean and
burner maintenance should be carried out immediately
before the end of the heating season.
An additional flueway clean halfway through the heating
season may be necessary in some cases - see servicing
instructions.
A HOT APPLIANCE CANNOT BE SERVICED.
BOILER BURNER
RESET KNOB
COOKER BURNER
RESET KNOB
Both cooker and boiler thermostat knobs should be turned
OFF, the night preceding the day of the servicing so that
the appliance will have cooled down by the following
morning.
This product MUST be serviced at regular 12 monthly
intervals to optimise its safety, efficiency and performance.
FAULT INDICATOR
Fig. 14
Should a problem arise with the cooker or boiler, an alarm
or a error code fault will be displayed on the RH side for
the cooker and the LH side for the boiler.
DESN 515947
OIL LEAK OR FAULT
In the event of repeated failure switch off the oil and
electrical supply to the appliance and contact your
installer/service engineer.
If an oil leak or fault exists or is suspected the unit must be
isolated from the oil and electrical supply. The appliance
must not be used until the fault has been rectified.
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For further advice or information contact your
local distributor/stockist
With AGA Rangemaster’s policy of continuous
product improvement, the Company reserves
the right to change specifications and make
modifications to the appliance described at any
time.
Manufactured by
AGA Rangemaster
Station Road
Ketley Telford
Shropshire TF1 5AQ
England
Tel: 0845 815 2020
www.rayburn-web.co.uk
www.agacookshop.co.uk
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