USER MANUAL
Gas Built-in Cooking Appliances
COOKING
GOR474, GOR476, GGR475, GXR650
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ACCESSORIES
congratulations
Congratulations and thank you for choosing our oven.
We are sure you will find it a pleasure to use. Before
you use the oven, we recommend that you read through
the relevant sections of this manual, which provides a
description of your appliance and its functions.
To avoid the risks that are always present when you use
an appliance, it is important that the appliance is installed
correctly and that you read the safety instructions carefully
to avoid misuse and hazards.
We recommend that you keep this instruction booklet
for future reference and pass it on to any future owners.
After unpacking the appliance, please check it is not damaged.
If in doubt, do not use the appliance but contact your local
customer care centre.
This appliance complies with requirements of
Australian Standard AS/NZS 60335.2.6
Conditions of Use
This appliance is intended to be used in household and
similar applications such as:
• Staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and other
working environments
• Farm houses
• By clients in hotels, motels and other residential
type environments
• Bed and breakfast type environments.
Record model and serial number here:
Model:
Serial No:
TIPS & INFORMATION
Important – CHECK FOR ANY DAMAGES OR MARKS.
If you find the oven is damaged or marked, you must report
it within 7 days if you wish to claim for damage/marks
under the manufacturers warranty. This does not affect your
statutory rights.
ENVIRONMENTAL TIPS
Information on disposal for users
• Most of the packing materials are recyclable. Please dispose
of those materials through your local recycling depot or
by placing them in appropriate collection containers.
• If you wish to discard this product, please contact your
local authorities and ask for the correct method of disposal.
CONTENTS
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contents
Important safety instructions
Important safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Description of your appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
GOR474
GOR476
GXR650
GGR475
Before operating your appliance for the first time . . . 5
Setting the time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installing your oven accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Using your oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Cooling/venting fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Operating sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Pre-heating your appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Cooking with your timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2-Hour “auto off” timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Electronic clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Cooking guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Oven shelf location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Choosing the best oven settings . . . . . . . . . . 11
Roasting meat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Roasting poultry and fish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Grilling guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Grilling hints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Guide to better grilling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Fan grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Dealing with cooking problems . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Cleaning your appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Enamel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Stainless steel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Cleaning your oven accessories . . . . . . . . . . 15
Cleaning your door glass panels . . . . . . . . . . 17
Removing & replacing oven light . . . . . . . . . . 20
Getting to know your oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Electronic burner control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Solving problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Installing your appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Cabinet construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Gas installation information . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Gas connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Appliances for operation on N.G. & S.N.G. . . . . . 24
Operating pressures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Testing the operation of the appliance . . . . . . . . 25
Underbench ovens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Separate grill underbench . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Separate grill walloven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Please read the user manual carefully and store in a handy
place for later reference.
The symbols you will see in this booklet have these meanings:
WARNING
This symbol indicates information concerning your personal safety
CAUTION
This symbol indicates information on how to avoid damaging the appliance
TIPS & INFORMATION
This symbol indicates tips and information about use of the appliance
ENVIRONMENTAL TIPS
This symbol indicates tips and information about economical and
ecological use of the appliance
Meanings of symbols used in this manual are shown below:
This symbol indicates never to do this
This symbol indicates always do this
WARNING
Read the following carefully to avoid an accident.
General warnings
•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, this appliance becomes hot. Care should
be taken to avoid touching hot surfaces, e.g. oven door,
heating elements or internal surfaces of the oven.
•This appliance must not be used as a space heater.
•In order to avoid a fire, the appliance must be kept clean
and vents kept unobstructed.
•Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of the appliance
during operation.
•Do not store flammable materials in or under the
appliance, e.g. Aerosols.
•Accessible parts will become hot when in use. To avoid
burns and scalds children should be kept away.
•Do not line the bottom of the oven or grill with foil or
cookware, it will damage the enamel.
•Always use gloves when handling hot items inside grill
or oven.
•Do not modify this appliance.
Grill
•The grill door must be left fully open whilst grilling
in a separate grill wall oven (GXR650 model).
•The grill drawer must be left approximately two finger widths
ajar whilst grilling in a separate grill underbench oven
(GGR475 model).
•Always turn the grill off immediately after use as fat left
there may catch fire.
•Do not cover the insert with foil, as fat left there may
catch fire.
•Always keep the grill dish clean as any fat left may catch fire.
•Do not leave the grill on unattended.
• To avoid a fire, ensure that grill trays and fittings are
always inserted into the appliance in accordance with
the instructions.
•Do not place thick portions of food under the grill.
Foods may curl, catch and ignite.
•Accessible parts may become hot when grill is in use.
Children should be kept away.
Oven
•During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be
taken to avoid touching the hot surfaces inside the oven.
•Switch the appliance off before removing the oven light
glass for globe replacement.
• To avoid an accident, ensure that oven shelves and
fittings are always inserted into the appliance in
accordance with the instructions.
•Do not use the door as a shelf.
•Do not push down on the open oven door.
Installation, cleaning and servicing
•An authorised person must install this appliance.
(Certificate of Compliance to be retained)
•Before using the appliance, ensure that all packing
materials are removed from the appliance.
•In order to avoid any potential hazard, the enclosed
installation instructions must be followed.
•Ensure that all specified vents, openings and airspaces
are not blocked.
•Where the appliance is built into a cabinet, the cabinet
material must be capable of withstanding 70°C.
•Only authorised personnel should carry out servicing.
(Certificate of Compliance to be retained)
•Always ensure the appliance is switched off before
cleaning or replacing parts.
•Do not use steam cleaners, as this may cause moisture
build up.
•Always clean the appliance immediately after any
food spillage.
• To maintain safe operation, it is recommended that the
product be inspected every five years by an authorised
service person.
•This appliance must be earthed.
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SAFETY
GOR474
BEFORE OPERATING YOUR APPLIANCE FOR THE
FIRST TIME
Oven
indicator light
Function
selector
SETTING THE TIME
If you have purchased a model fitted with an electronic
clock, you must set the time of day before you can
operate your appliance.
Oven/Grill
temperature
selector
2 hour
‘Auto-off’ timer
• Insert the twin pegged side into the rear access holes
provided. See diagram.
• Then locate the front peg into the front access hole and
push in firmly.
Electronic Clock
• After the appliance has been electrically connected
“12.00” will be displayed and the “clock” indicator
will flash.
• To set the time of day, press the – or + symbols. 5
seconds after the last change, the “clock” indicator will
disappear, confirming the time has been set.
Note: The clock has a 24-hour display.
GOR476
Function
indicator light
Function
selector
GXR650 & GGR475
Function
selector
Oven
indicator light
Electronic
clock
Oven
indicator light
Oven
temperature
selector
Oven/Grill
temperature
selector
• Please remove all internal boxes and bags from the oven
before operation.
• Please wipe out the oven interior prior to operation with
warm soapy water and polish dry with a soft clean
cloth. Do not close the oven door until the oven is
completely dry.
• If your appliance is fitted with a 2-hour “Auto Off” timer,
make sure it is set to “Off” marker for manual operation.
See image.
Grill
indicator light
Electronic
clock
Grill
temperature
selector
Preparing your appliance for the first time
Installing your oven accessories
1. Side racks
The side racks that come with your oven can be attached to
either side of your oven.
FEATURES
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5
OPERATION
BEFORE OPERATING YOUR APPLIANCE FOR THE
FIRST TIME
2. Shelves and trays
The shelves are designed so that they have maximum travel
but cannot be accidentally pulled right out. The trays are
designed the same way and fit straight into the side racks.
• Locate the rear edge of the shelf/tray in between 2 guide
rails of the side rack - see diagram. Ensure the same rail
positions on both sides of the oven are being engaged.
• With the front edge raised, begin to slide the shelf into
the oven.
using your OVEN
• Once the detents have passed the front edge of the side
rack, the shelf can be pushed completely in.
• When fully inserted the shelf/tray should not interfere with
the closed oven door.
• To insert the grill tray in a separate grill underbench
(GGR475 model), fully open the grill drawer and position
the tray so that the slots on the outer edges fit on the tabs
on the slides.
Understanding your oven functions
Your oven will have a selection of the following functions.
Refer to “Description of your appliance” (page 4) to
confirm what functions are available to you.
Oven
Refer to cooking guide for more information.
Fan Bake
Heat comes from the gas “base heat” burner which is then
circulated by the fan. This fan circulates the hot air around
the oven cavity so that you can put your food in different
places in the oven and still cook them at the same time.
You can use the “fan bake” function for multi-shelf cooking,
reheating cooked foods, pastries and complete oven meals.
It will cook at a lower temperature and be faster than baking.
Please note that some variation in browning is normal.
Bake
Heat comes from the gas “base heat” burner below the
food. The bottom burner is below the floor of the oven
which is controlled by the thermostat and will turn on and
off to maintain the set temperature.
You can use the “bake” function for single trays of biscuits,
scones, muffins, cakes, slices, casseroles, baked puddings,
roasts and delicate egg dishes.
– For best results use silver or shiny trays.
Defrost
The “defrost” function uses low temperature air which is
circulated by the fan. You can defrost (thaw) your food before
you cook it. Also you may use your “defrost” to raise your
yeast dough or to dry fruit, vegetables or herbs.
Separate grill underbench
(GGR475)
OPERATION
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Grill
Refer to grilling guide for more information.
Grill (grill in oven GOR474, GOR476
models only)
The “grill” directs radiant heat from the powerful upper
element onto the food. You can use the “grill” function for
tender cuts of meat, steak, chops, sausages, fish, cheese
toasties and other quick cooking foods. Grill with the oven
door closed. Preheat your grill for 3 minutes to get the best
results. This will help seal in the natural juices of steak, chops
etc. for a better flavour. You can slide your grill dish into
either of the 2 spaces within the upper pairs of support rails.
Fan Grill (grill in oven GOR474, GOR476
models only)
“Fan grill” offers you the benefits of both “bake” and
traditional “grill” functions. The grill element turns on and
off to maintain the set temperature while the fan circulates
the heated air. The oven door remains closed for fan
grill. You can use “fan grill” for large cuts of meat in the
oven which gives you a result that is similar to “rotisserie”
cooked meat. Put your food on a shelf in the second
lowest shelf position. Put the grill dish on the lowest shelf
position to catch any spills. When using “fan grill” it is not
necessary to turn the food over during the cooking cycle.
Set temperature to 180°C.
Separate Grill (GGR475, GXR650 models only)
The “grill” directs radiant heat from the powerful upper
element onto the food. You can use the “grill” function for
tender cuts of meat, steak, chops, sausages, fish, cheese
toasties and other quick cooking foods. . Preheat your grill
for 3 minutes to get the best results. This will help seal in
the natural juices of steak, chops etc. for a better flavour.
For models with a drop down grill door (GXR650),
the door must be left open while grilling. For models with
a slide out grill drawer (GGR475), the grill drawer should
be left open approx. two finger widths ajar.
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OPERATION
using your OVEN
cooking with your timer
Cooling/Venting fan
Your built-in appliance is fitted with a cooling fan.
This prevents your kitchen cabinet from overheating and
reduces the condensation inside the oven. It will operate
whenever you are using your oven or grill and will blow
warm air across the top of the oven or grill door.
NOTE: If the oven is still hot from cooking, the cooling fan
will keep running to cool the oven down and will switch
off automatically when cool.
Pre-heating your appliance
For best results when baking you must preheat your oven
for 30 minutes. Preheat grill for 3 minutes to obtain best
results. Pre-heating your appliance allows it to reach the
required temperature quickly and efficiently.
When baking bread or cakes, load the oven as quickly as
possible after pre-heating, only leaving the oven door open
for the shortest time. This will minimise loss of heat from the
oven and ensure the best results.
Operating Sequence
With “bake”
1. It is recommended you preheat your appliance when
cooking or baking.
2. Set the desired preheat temperature, by rotating your
oven temperature selector.
When the indicator light goes out the oven has reached
the desired preset temperature, place your food into the
oven, close the door and set the timer if you desire.
WARNING
If you have purchased a model fitted with an electronic clock you must
set the time of day before you can operate your appliance.
Select the cooking function
Turn the “function selector” in any direction to select the
desired function.
2-hour “Auto Off” timer
The 2-hour timer features an automatic oven “cut off”.
This means that a cooking period of up to 120 minutes can
be set. When the timer has counted back to “Auto Off” a
bell will sound and the oven will automatically switch off.
Setting the time of day
You must set the time of day before you can operate your
appliance. When power is supplied to your oven “12.00“
will be displayed and the “clock” indicator will flash.
1.To set the time of day in hours and minutes, press – or
+. 5 seconds after the last change, the “clock” indicator
will disappear, confirming the time has been set.
NOTE: The clock has a 24-hour display.
Change the time of day (Daylight saving)
1.Press “mode” until the “clock” indicator begins flashing.
2.Press – or + to change the time. 5 seconds after the
last change, the “clock” indicator will disappear,
confirming the time has been set.
With “grill”
Preheat the grill for at least 3 minutes to obtain best results.
This will help to seal the natural juices of steak, chops and
other meats for a better flavour.
Setting temperatures
The following table displays the temperature settings for
recipes which do not show actual temperatures.
Once automatic baking is complete, return to manual
operation by setting the timer to the ‘OFF’ mark.
Conversion Table
Verbal
Select the Temperature
To set the temperature, turn the temperature selector
in a clockwise direction to the desired setting.
The “oven indicator light” will come on and the oven
burner will ignite. A thermostat controls the temperature
in the oven. When the set temperature is reached, the
GAS burner flame goes out and the indicator light goes
off. When the oven temperature falls below the set
temperature the flame automatically re-ignites and the
“oven indicator light” comes on again.
Once the food is cooked, turn the “oven temperature selector”
back in an anti-clockwise direction. Do not force it right
round in a clockwise direction as this will result in damage
to the oven. Turn the “function selector” back to “Off”.
NOTE: The cooking function must be selected before the
oven will operate. Once the function has been selected,
use the temperature selector to set the cooking temperature.
OPERATION
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Drying
Celsius 0C
Fahrenheit 0F
Gas Mark
80 - 90
175 - 195
n/a
95 - 130
200 - 265
1/4 - 1/2
Slow/low
135 - 150
275 - 300
1-2
Moderately slow / warm
Very slow/very low
160 - 170
320 - 340
3
Moderate / medium
180
350
4
Moderate /
moderately hot
190
375
5
Moderately hot
200
390
6
Hot
220
430
7
Hot / very hot
230
450
8
Very hot
250
480
9
Extremely hot
260
500
10
• End cooking time – you can set a cooking finish time. A
timer will count down the preset cooking time, beep when
the finish time has been reached and turn the oven off.
• Delayed start cooking time – You can combine the
cooking time and stop cooking time to switch the oven
on and off at a specific time during the day.
NOTE: Your touch control clock only operates with your
main oven.
NOTE: It is not recommended to use this timer for short
durations (e.g. boiling eggs).
Operating the electronic clock
Electronic Clock Touch Control
General features
Your touch control clock has the following features:
• Timer – allows you to set a countdown time that will beep
when the set time has elapsed.
• Cooking duration – You can set a cooking duration.
A timer will count down the preset cooking time, beep
when the time has elapsed and turn the oven off.
Setting the timer
1.Press “mode“ until the “timer” indicator begins flashing.
2.Set the countdown time you want by using – and +. 5
seconds after the last change the “timer” indicator will
stop flashing, confirming the timer has been set.
3.To stop the beeper, press –, + or “mode”.
Setting the cooking duration
1.Check the clock displays the correct time of day.
2.Select the desired oven function and temperature.
The oven indicator light will glow and the heating source
will come on.
3.Press “mode“ until the “cook time” indicator begins
flashing.
4.Set the cooking duration you want by using – or +. 5
seconds after the last change, the “cook time” indicator
will stop flashing, and the time of day will be displayed.
NOTE: Do not forget to add preheating time if necessary.
Setting the cooking end time
1.Check the clock displays the correct time of day.
2.Select the desired oven function and temperature.
The oven indicator light will glow and the heating source
will come on.
3.Press “mode“ until the “end time” indicator begins
flashing.
4.Enter the time of day you want to finish cooking by
pressing – or +. 5 seconds after the last change, the
“end time” indicator will stop flashing and the current
time of day will be displayed.
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OPERATION
Operating the electronic clock (CONT.)
COOKING GUIDE
COOKING GUIDE
Setting the delayed start cooking time
1.Program the “cook time“ and “end time“ as described
in the relevant sections. Once both the “cook time“ and
“end time“ have been set, the “cook time“ and “end
time” indicators will stop flashing and the current time
of day will be displayed.
• Select the correct shelf location for food being cooked.
• Make sure dishes will fit into the oven before you switch
it on.
• Keep edges of baking dishes at least 40mm from the
side of the oven. This allows free circulation of heat and
ensures even cooking.
• Do not open the oven door more than necessary.
• Do not place foods with a lot of liquid into the oven with
other foods. This will cause food to steam and not brown.
• After the oven is turned off it retains the heat for some
time. Use this heat to finish custards or to dry bread.
• Do not use a lot of cooking oil when roasting. This will
prevent splattering oil on the sides of the oven and the
oven door. Polyunsaturated fats can leave residue which
is very difficult to remove.
• When cooking things which require a high heat from
below (e.g. tarts), place the cooking dish on a scone
tray in the desired shelf position.
• For sponges and cakes use aluminium, bright finished or
non-stick utensils.
Choosing the best oven settings
The following table is intended as a guide and experience
may show some variation in cooking times necessary to
meet individual requirements.
It may be necessary to change some cooking times and
temperatures from your previous oven. For best results when
baking preheat your oven for 30 minutes.
To check or cancel settings
1.To check your settings, press “mode” until the setting you
want is displayed. A red light will flash next to the mode
(cook time, end time etc) that is currently on display.
2.To cancel “delayed start” press “mode” until a light
flashes next to “end time”. Press and hold “–” until the
clock no longer reverses (“0:00” and you will hear a
beep). If you have left the temperature and function
knobs at a setting the oven will start once the “end time”
light stops flashing.
3.To cancel “auto shut off” press “mode” until a light
flashes next to “cook time”. Press and hold “–” until the
clock no longer reverses (“0:00” and you will hear a
beep). This automatically cancels “delayed start”. If you
have left the temperature and function knobs at a setting,
the oven will start once the “cook time” light stops
flashing. Because you have cancelled “auto off” the
oven will continue to heat until you manually turn it off.
On completion of cooking
The oven will turn off, the timer will beep and the “end
time” and/or “cook time” indicators will flash.
1.Turn the function and temperature controls to the
off position.
2. Press “+” or “–” or “mode” to stop the timer from beeping.
Switching the clock display ON and OFF
1.Press together “+” and “–” for 2 seconds to switch ’off’
the display.
2.Press together “+” and “–” for 2 seconds to switch the
clock display ’on’ again.
Note: If a timer mode is set, then it is not possible to
switch the display off.
Oven shelf location
Your oven has five positions for shelves. These are
numbered from 1 (the lowest shelf position) to 5 (the highest
shelf position). See diagram.
To give maximum space above and below the shelves,
load them in this way:
• When cooking with 1 shelf, use position 3.
• When cooking with 2 shelves, use position 2 and 5.
Use the oven efficiently, by cooking many trays of food at
the same time. For example:
• Cook 2 trays of scones, small cakes or sausage rolls.
• Cook a roast dinner at the same time as you cook chips
or vegetables.
5
4
3
Models without oven fan
FOOD
Scones
Biscuits
Meringues
Cakes
Pastry - shortcrust
OVEN POSITION IN SHELF*
TIME IN MINUTES
220
2
10 - 15
Rolled
180
2
10 - 15
Spooned
190
2
12 - 15
Shortbread biscuits
160
1 or 2
30 - 35
Hard - individual
110
2
90
Soft - individual
180
2
15 - 20
Pavlova - 6 egg
110
1
75
Patty Cakes
190
3
15 - 20
Sponge - 4 egg
180
2
20 - 30
Shallow butter cake
180
2
30 - 40
Rich fruit cake
150
2
180
Cornish pasties
200/180
2
40 - 45
Custard tart
200/180
1
10/20 - 30
Pastry choux
Cream puffs
210
2
25 - 30
Yeast goods
Bread
210
1
25 - 30
TEMPERATURE 0C
OVEN POSITION IN SHELF*
TIME IN MINUTES
* Counting from the bottom shelf up.
Models with oven fan
FOOD
Scones
Plain or fruit
210
Any
10 - 15
Biscuits
Rolled
170
2&4
10 - 15
Spooned
180
2&4
12 - 15
Shortbread biscuits
150
2&4
30 - 35
Meringues
2
1
Plain or fruit
TEMPERATURE 0C
Cakes
5 Position Rack
Hard - individual
100
Any
90
Soft - individual
165
Any
15 - 20
Pavlova - 6 egg
100
Any
75
Patty Cakes
180
2&4
15 - 20
Sponge - 4 egg
170
2
20 - 30
Shallow butter cake
170
2&4
30 - 40
Rich fruit cake
130
2
180
Pastry - shortcrust
Cornish pasties
180/160
2
40 - 45
Custard tart
190/170
2
20 - 30
Pastry choux
Cream puffs
200
2&4
25 - 30
Yeast goods
Bread
200
Any
25 - 30
* Counting from the bottom shelf up. Refer to “oven shelf location” section for more detailed information.
OPERATION
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OPERATION
COOKING GUIDE
GRILLING GUIDE
GRILLING GUIDE
Roasting Meat
1. Place the meat in the oven and set the temperature
between 180°C and 200°C. (It is recommended to
wrap your meats in an oven roasting bag or foil to
prevent fats and oils from splattering, making it easier
to clean your oven.)
2. Use the grill / oven dish and smokeless grill insert.
Place the meat on the insert.
3. Do not pierce the meat, as this will allow juices to escape.
4. When the meat is cooked, take the roast out of the oven,
wrap in aluminum foil and leave to stand for about 10
minutes. This will help retain the juices when the meat is
carved. The table shows temperatures and cooking times
for different kinds of meat. These may vary depending
on the thickness or bone content of the meat.
Grilling hints
Guide to better grilling
No definite times can be given for grilling because this
depends on your own tastes and the size of the food.
These times should only be used as a guide and remember
to turn the food over half way through the cooking process.
For better grilling results, follow these easy instructions:
1. Remove oven/grill dish and smokeless grill insert and
preheat grill for about 3 minutes.
2. Choose only prime cuts of meat or fish. If the cut is less
than 5mm thick it will dry out. If the cut is more than
40mm thick, the outside may burn whilst the inside
remains raw.
3. Do not place aluminium foil under the food as this
prevents fats and oils from draining away, which could
result in a fire.
4. Baste the food during cooking with butter, olive oil or
marinade. Grilled food is better if marinated before
cooking.
RESULT
MINUTES PER
KILOGRAM
Rare
35 - 40
Medium
45 - 50
Well done
55 - 60
Medium
40
Well done
60
RECOMMENDED
TEMPERATURE 0C
MEAT
Beef
200
Lamb
200
Veal
180
Well done
60
Pork
200
Well done
60
Roasting poultry and fish
1. Place the poultry or fish in an oven set at a moderate
temperature of 180°C.
2. Place a layer of foil over the fish for about three quarters
of the cooking time.
The table shows temperatures and cooking times for
different kinds of fish and poultry. These may vary
depending on the thickness or bone content of the meat.
MEAT
Chicken
Duck
OPERATION
RECOMMENDED
TEMPERATURE 0C
MINUTES PER KILOGRAM
180
45 - 50
180 - 200
Turkey
180
Fish
180
12
60 - 70
WARNING
Always clean the grill/oven dish after every use. Excessive fat build up
may cause a fire.
As a method of cooking, grilling can be used to:
• Enhance the flavours of vegetables, fish, poultry and meat.
• Seal the surface of the food and retain the natural juices.
Note: Below is a table indicating the door position whilst
grilling for each of the product types.
PRODUCT TYPE
DESCRIPTION
Underbench
DOOR POSITION DURING
GRILLING
Grill in oven models
Door FULLY closed
Separate grill
underbench
Slide out grill drawer
Drawer 2 finger widths
ajar
Separate grill
walloven
Drop down grill door
Door FULLY open
This table shows how to grill different types of meat:
MEAT
METHOD
Beef
You can use tenderloin, rump, sirloin. Brush with oil or
melted butter, especially if the meat is very lean.
Lamb
You can use loin chops, shortloin chops, chump
chops, and forequarter chops. Remove skin or cut at
intervals to stop curling. Brush with oil or melted butter.
Sausages
Prick sausages to stop skin from bursting.
Fish
Brush with oil or melted butter and lemon juice.
Bacon
Remove rind. Grill flat and make into rolls.
5. Use tongs to turn food as a fork pierces the surface
MEAT
TIME
Steak
15 - 20 minutes
Chops
20 - 30 minutes
Fish
8 - 10 minutes
Bacon
4 - 5 minutes
Fan Grill (Multifunction grill in oven models only)
If your appliance has fan grill as a function, this will assist
the grilling process by circulating the heat evenly around
the food. The recommended temperature setting is 180°C
for all fan grilling functions.
1. Use the smokeless grill insert and oven dish for all
fan grilling.
2. Position the dish in the lower half of the oven, for best results.
3. Wipe off any oil or fat which spatters while the oven is
still warm.
There is no need to turn the meat as both sides are cooked
at the same time which means that the food is succulent.
40 - 45 (<10kg)
35 - 40 (>10kg)
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OPERATION
dealing with cooking PROBLEMS
(see also p.18)
problem
Uneven cooking
Baked products too
brown on top
Baked products too
brown on bottom
Cakes have a cracked,
thick crust
Baked products
are pale, flat and
undercooked
Cake fallen in the
centre
Roast meat and
potatoes not browning
in fan oven
CLEANING YOUR APPLIANCE
CAUSES
REMEDY
Incorerct shelf position
Select shelf that places food in the centre of the oven
Oven tray too large
Experiment with other trays or dishes
Trays not centralised
Centre trays
Air flow in oven uneven
Rotate food during cooking
Grill dish affecting thermostat
Remove grill dish from oven on bake modes
Oven not preheated
Preheat the oven
Baking tin too large for the recipe
Use correct size tins
Baking tins not evenly spaced
Stagger baking tins at least 3cm between tins and the oven
walls
Products not evenly sized or spaced on trays
Ensure products are same size and shape and are evenly
spaced over trays
Baking temperature too high
Lower the temperature
Baking tin too large for the recipe
Use correct size tins
Baking tins are dark metal or glass
Change to shiny, light tins or lower the temperature by 10°C
Food too low in the oven
Cook one shelf higher
Oven door opened too frequently during baking
Don’t open the oven door until at least half of the cooking time
has passed
Baking temperature too high
Lower the temperature
Grill dish affecting thermostat
Remove grill dish from oven on bake modes
Baking temperature too high
Lower the temperature
Food too high in the oven
Cook one shelf lower
Cake batter over-mixed
Mix just long enough to combine ingredients
Pan too deep
Check size of pan and use recommended size
Baking tins are dark metal or glass
Change to shiny, light tins
Baking temperature too low
Raise the temperature
Food too low in the oven
Cook one shelf higher
Baking time too short
Increase cooking time
Incorrect tin size
Use correct tin size
Baking temperature too low
Raise the temperature
Baking time too short
Increase cooking time
Proportions of ingredients incorrect in the recipe
Check recipe
Opening door too early in baking
Do not open the door until the last quarter of cooking time
Poor hot air circulation
Elevate food onto a rack to allow air circulation
Grill dish affecting thermostat
Remove grill dish from oven on bake modes
Juices running out of
meat
Do not pierce meat with fork, turn with tongs
Grilled meats
overcooked on outside
and raw in centre
Grill at lower insert position
Grilled chops and
steaks curling
Cut into fat every 2cm (1/2 inch)
TROUBLESHOOTING
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WARNING
• Always make sure that the oven is electrically isolated
before cleaning. This can be done via the power point
switch located nearby.
• Do not use steam cleaners.
• Do not line the bottom of the oven or grill with foil
or cookware.
• Do not use sharp metal implements or utensils on any
surface, as these may leave permanent scratches or marks.
Enamel
• Rub persistent stains vigorously with a nylon scourer or
creamed powder cleansers.
NOTE: You can also use household oven enamel
cleaners - follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully.
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners, powder cleaners,
steel wool or wax polishes.
Stainless steel
All grades of stainless steel can stain, discolour or become
greasy. You must clean these areas regularly by following
the procedures below, if you want your appliance to look
its best, perform well and have a long life.
CAUTION
Care must be taken when wiping exposed stainless steel edges.…
they can be sharp!
Your stainless steel appliance is manufactured from a mark
resistant stainless steel. This special stainless steel resists
marks such as finger prints and water spots. To keep your
stainless steel appliance looking at its best, you should
clean it regularly. Wash with warm soapy water and rinse
with clean water. Wipe with clean water and a soft clean
cloth to remove soap residue.
Oven
• Always keep your appliance clean. Ensure that fats and
oils do not accumulate around elements, burners or fans.
• Always keep the oven dish, baking trays, grill dish and
grill dish insert clean, as any fat deposits may catch fire.
• Always wrap your meats in foil or an oven roasting bag
to minimise cleaning. Any polyunsaturated fats can leave
a varnish-like residue which is very difficult to remove.
• The upper element can be released to assist in cleaning
(refer to page 16).
Separate Grill (GGR475, GXR650 models only)
• Always keep the grill dish and grill dish insert clean, as
any fat deposits may catch fire.
• Ensure that fats and oils do not accumulate around the
grill element. The grill element can be released to assist
in cleaning the top of the grill cavity (refer to page 16).
Cleaning your oven accessories
Removing the trays and shelves from your
appliance
• Slide the dish and shelves towards you until they reach
the front stop.
• Tilt them up at the front to clear the side supports, taking
care not to spill the contents.
• For separate grill underbench model (GGR475), pull the
grill drawer out to it’s full extent. Carefully lift the dish
from the support.
• Lift the dish and shelves clear.
• Wash the dish and insert the shelves in hot soapy water.
• Reverse the above steps to put the grill dish and shelves
back again.
• Ensure that they are placed between the 2 support
wires. See page 6 for more details.
NOTE: Make sure you follow the polish or brushing lines
in the steel.
WARNING
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean
the oven door glass since they can scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
Glass
• Glass surfaces on doors and control panels are best
cleaned immediately after soiling.
• A damp cloth may help remove baked on food deposits.
• Oven cleaners can be used to remove stubborn marks
and stains.
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CLEANING
Removing the side racks (shelf supports) –
grill in oven and separate grill models
• Grasp the shelf supports at the front.
• Pull them firmly inwards.
• To install the side racks, see page 5.
• Slowly close the oven door until it is stops against the
‘stirrups’ (about 45°).
Removing oven door top trim
• Take hold of the grid embossed sections of the door
trim at each end and press inwards to release the clips.
Remove the door trim by pulling it towards you.
Removing the bottom trim (on selected models)
• The bottom trim may be removed for cleaning by
snapping out and lifting away from the glass.
Removing the door glass panels
Cleaning the door glass panels
• Grasp the oven door with a hand each side of the door
and remove it from the oven by pulling it towards you.
CAUTION
CAUTION
DO NOT remove the separate grill drawer mechanism on the separate
grill underbench model (GGR475). The grill dish can be easily removed
for cleaning.
Removing the oven door
Your oven is equipped with a door that can be disassembled
in order to clean all the panes of glass. Remove the door
before cleaning.
• Open the door fully to access the hinges then rotate the
‘stirrups’ (highlighted in the image) on both hinges fully
towards the oven.
CLEANING
16
Rough handling, especially around the edges can cause the glass to break.
• Lift the black bordered glass panel out of the guide.
• Repeat this for the smaller clear glass panel (when fitted).
CAUTION
Do not to use harsh abrasives on the glass panes as the reflective surface
plays a role in the function of the oven. Do not place glass in dishwasher.
Hand wash only with a soft cloth and warm soapy water. When dry polish
with a soft cloth and ensure the glass is dry before reassembly.
Re-assembling the bottom trim
• Push down to “snap” each side of bottom trim back into
door columns.
• Lay the oven door with the outer side facing downwards
on something soft and flat (for example a blanket on a
kitchen table) to prevent scratches.
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CLEANING
Re-assembling the door glass panels
• Insert the smaller clear glass panel (when fitted) first from
above and at an angle to the profile of the door.
Re-assembling the top door trim
• Take hold of the top door trim at each side and position
it to the inside edge of the glass.
• Push the trim down with its top edge over glass panel until
the clip snaps in on each side of the trim.
Fitting the oven door
• Take hold of the oven door with a hand on each side and
with the door at an angle of 45º, position the recesses
at the bottom of the door onto the hinge arms of the oven.
Let the door slide down the hinge arms as far as it will go.
• Open the door fully to access the hinges. Rotate the
‘stirrups’ (see image below) until they lock into the hook.
The oven door may now be closed.”
• Repeat for the black bordered glass panel ensuring
the painted surface is facing to the downside.
• Push the middle of the trim down to ensure it is straight
and firm against the glass panel.
CLEANING
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hook
stirrup
hook
stirrup
19
CLEANING
MAINTAINING YOUR APPLIANCE
GET TO KNOW YOUR OVEN
ELECTRONIC BURNER CONTROL
Releasing the grill element – grill in oven and
separate grill models
We have designed the upper element with a hanger clip to
help you reach your cavity roof for cleaning. To remove grill,
push sides of hanger clip in the direction of arrows until one
hanger clip can easily be removed from retaining hole.
To replace, reverse the process.
Get to know your new oven with this ‘Simple
Test Cake’
Although we strive for a perfect performing oven,
it’s possible that there will be some variation in colour
when baking. Therefore, we suggest this simple, easy
and delicious to make Simple Test Cake, it can help you
understand your new oven. All ovens do sometimes have
hot or cold spots, therefore it is important to judge with
your eye as you may require to rotate during baking.
Your gas oven is fitted with an electronic controller which
manages the operation of the burner and monitors the
flame. This controller includes features which ensure the safe
operation of your appliance and will prevent the build up
of unburnt gas, should a fault occur.
It is normal for the flame to turn on and off during cooking,
to maintain a stable temperature in the oven. The Thermostat
Indicator Light indicates when the flame is on or igniting
(indicator glows), or when the flame is off (indicator off).
The burner flame can be seen by viewing through the
2 holes in the front of the burner cover.
‘Simple Test Cake’
125g butter, softened to room temperature
1 cup caster sugar
1 teaspoon pure vanilla essence
4 large eggs
2 cups self-raising flour
pinch of salt
4 tablespoons (80mL) full-cream milk
Grill in oven model shown. The grill element in separate
grill models has the same hanger clip arrangement in the
grill compartment.
Removing and replacing the oven light
• Turn oven light glass anticlockwise to remove it for
globe replacement.
• A special high temperature resistant globe should
be used.
This can be purchased from the Customer Care Centre.
WARNING
Make sure the appliance is turned off before you remove or replace
parts, to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
Method:
1.Butter base and sides of two, 20cm straight-sided round or square cake pans. Then line the base with grease
proof or baking paper.
2.Preheat oven to moderate ‘180ºC’ (170ºC fan forced)
and ensure oven shelf is in the centre position of oven.
3.Cream softened butter and sugar until light in colour.
4.Add vanilla essence.
5.Then eggs one at a time, beating well after each
addition.
6.Sift flour and salt into the mixture and beat until
well combined.
7. Add milk and beat or stir to combine.
8.Spoon mixture equally between prepared cake pans.
9.Bake in preheated oven, middle shelf for about 25 to
35 minutes or until when tested with a fine cake skewer
it comes out clean or the edges of the cakes have come
away slightly from the sides of the cake pans.
10.Remove from oven to wire cake rack and rest for
5 minutes before removing from cake pans. Cool
completely.
To Serve: sandwich together with your favourite jam or
conserve, and dust top with pure icing sugar.
NOTE: if desired substitute butter for either margarine or
olive oil spread.
Recipe is based on the Australian standard metric
250mL cup and 20mL tablespoon sets
MAINENTANCE
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Ignition and Response to Ignition Failure
The controller will attempt to ignite the flame when an oven
function is selected and the Thermostat turns on (indicator
light changes from off to on). The controller will make up
to 2 attempts to ignite the flame, stopping if a flame is
detected by the controller. If by the end of the 2 attempts
a flame is not detected then the burner and ignition will be
turned off and a delay of 90 seconds will be observed.
During this delay the controller will not respond to the
Function and Thermostat controls.
At the end of this delay, switch the Thermostat or Function
Selector off and leave off for at least 5 seconds. Then
switch the Thermostat and Function Selector on again to
re-attempt ignition.
If the oven controls are left on when the delay ends then
ignition will not be attempted until the Thermostat or
Function Selector is first turned off for 5 seconds.
Recognising a Safety Shut-down Condition
During normal cooking the Thermostat indicator light is on
when the burner flame is igniting or on, and the Thermostat
indicator light is off when the flame is off.
If an oven function is selected and the Thermostat light is on,
but the flame is not on or attempting to ignite then the
controller has invoked a safety shutdown of the burner.
A 90 second delay is observed from the time the shut-down
occurred before the controller will respond to the oven controls.
Once the delay period has ended the Thermostat or
Function Selector must be turned off for at least 5 seconds
before oven functions can resume.
Power Failure
In the event of an interruption to mains power, the
restoration of power will not cause the burner to ignite if the
controls were left on. However the grill element will resume
heating on models which do not have an electronic clock.
To resume operation of the appliance after a power
interruption:
• First turn the Function Selector or Thermostat controls to
the off position. The controls must remain in this position
for at least 5 seconds
• If the appliance has an electronic clock then set the time
of day on the electronic clock.
Normal operation of the appliance may now resume.
Response to Flame Failure
If the controller cannot detect flame due to a fault, then the
controller will respond
•firstly by attempting to re-light the burner with a sequence
of up to 3 attempts and
•If the re-lighting sequence is not successful the burner will
be shut off.
The re-lighting sequence will include up to 3 attempts to
re-light the burner, stopping if a flame is detected by the
controller. If by the end of the re-lighting sequence a flame
is not detected then the burner and ignition will be turned
off and a delay of 90 seconds will be observed. During
this delay the controller will not respond to the Function and
Thermostat controls.
At the end of this delay, switch the Thermostat or Function
Selector off and leave it off for at least 5 seconds. Then
switch the thermostat and Function Selector on again to
re-attempt ignition.
If the oven controls are left on when the delay ends then
ignition will not be attempted until the Thermostat or
Function Selector is first turned off for 5 seconds.
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SAFETY
SOLVING PROBLEMS
Faults
If there is a problem with the oven and/or grill, please:
• Check the points listed below before calling for service.
It may be possible to avoid a call by fixing the problem
yourself – and so continue cooking.
• For cooking problems refer to page 14.
INSTALLING YOUR APPLIANCE
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Oven or grill
not working
- Time of day not set.
- Power not turned on.
- Gas supply turned off or LPG bottle
empty.
- Controls are incorrectly set.
- Household fuse has blown or power
supply is off.
NOTE: If the household fuse continues to
blow, call the Customer Care Centre.
Oven light
not working
- Lamp blown or loose in socket.
- Household fuse has blown.
NOTE: If the household fuse continues to
blow, call the Customer Care Centre.
Oven not heating
enough
- Foil or trays on bottom of oven.
- Timer is in “AUTO” mode. (Refer to timer
operating instructions)
- Household fuse has blown.
NOTE: If the household fuse continues to
blow, call the Customer Care Centre.
NOTE: We may charge for service even in the guarantee
period if your problem is due to the causes listed below.
Data Plate
When you need information, service or replacement
parts please:
• Tell us the 1. Model, 2. Model Number & 3. Serial
Number shown on the data plate. The data plate is
visible when the oven or grill door is open.
If you need more information, please contact the Customer
Care Centre on 1300 363 640 (Australia – Centre is open
8.00am – 5.00pm M – F Eastern Standard Time) or
+649 573 2384 (New Zealand – Centre is open
8.00am – 5.00pm M – F).
If you have a warranty or spare parts enquiry, you should
call the number listed on the back page.
Oven not working - Gas supply turned off or LPG bottle
empty.
- The oven safety shutdown has enacted.
Reset the controls, wait 90 seconds and
then re-start the oven.
NOTE: If safety shutdown persists, call the
Customer Care Centre.
Timer flashing
on display
- Power failure or interruption.
NOTE: Reset time of day and any
cooking functions you were using.
(Refer to TIMER operating instructions).
Unit smoking
when first used
- Protective oils being removed.
Door cannot
be replaced
after removal
- Stirrup not engaged properly.
Excessive heat
- Check cooling fan is working by feeling
or condensation on for air movement at top of oven door.
control panel
If no air movement is detected, call the
or knobs
Customer Care Centre.
NOTE: Only authorised personnel should carry out servicing.
WARNING
Use an authorised person.
As stated in the local municipal building codes and other
relevant statutory regulations.
• Refer to data plate for rating information and circuit
diagram. The data plate is positioned behind the bottom
of the oven door. The circuit diagram is positioned on
the top panel of the appliance.
WARNING
This appliance must be properly earthed
• Do not lift the appliance by the door handles.
• Prepare the cupboard opening to match your appliance
measurements. (See diagrams).
• Slide appliance into the cupboard, ensuring that the
supply cable (where fitted) does not kink.
• To prevent tipping, use the screws supplied to secure
your oven into the cupboard. Use just 2 screws for
underbench and separate grill underbench ovens, and
4 screws for separate grill wallovens. Remove the bottom
door in separate grill wallovens to provide access to the
bottom 2 screwing points (see illustrations on page 21).
• For appliances fitted with a flexible supply cord,
if the cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or its service agent or similarly qualified
person in order to avoid a hazard. The plug must be
accessible after installation.
• Where the appliance is built into a cabinet, the cabinet
material must be capable of withstanding 70°C.
Installation into low temperature tolerant cabinetry
(e.g. vinyl coated) may result in deterioration of the low
temperature coating by discolouring or bubbling.
• If the appliance is installed adjacent to vinyl-wrapped
surfaces, use an installation kit available from the vinylwrap supplier.
• Electrolux HomeInfill
Products
panel cannot accept responsibility
for damage caused by installation into low temperature
tolerant cabinets.
• After installation, test and ensure that the appliance
16mm Cleat
20mm
operates correctly before handing it over to the customer.
It is recommended that this product is not installed in an
unventeddoor
living space, particularly
if that space
incorporates
Cupboard
Cupboard
door
600
sleeping quarters.
Figure A – Flush fit (top view)
TROUBLESHOOTING
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CAUTION
To avoid any potential hazard, you must follow our instructions below
when you install your appliance. Failure to install the appliance correctly
could invalidate any warranty or liability claims and lead to prosecution.
This appliance is only suitable for connection to fixed
consumer piping where the maximum over-pressure is
limited to 14kPa or less. Refer clause 5.2.1 of AS5601.
Cabinet Construction for your appliance
For the best integration within a kitchen, install this
appliance in a standard 600mm wide cupboard that gives
a flush fit with the surrounding cupboard fronts (Figure A).
A recess of 20 mm is ideal. It can also be installed using
a proud fit with the surrounding cupboard (Figure B).
NOTE: Your appliance must be mounted on a flat surface
for the full width and depth of the product.
Infill panel
16mm Cleat
20mm
Cupboard door
600
Cupboard door
Cupboard fro
Figure A – Flush fit (top view)
565
Cupboard front
Figure B – Proud fit (top view)
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INSTALLATION
GAS INSTALLATION INFORMATION
GAS INSTALLATION INFORMATION
Gas Connection
Before commencing installation, check to ensure the type
of gas to which the appliance is intended to be connected
matches the gas type given on the appliance data plate.
Check the data plate (located behind the oven door) to
determine gas type. A gas type label is located on the
back panel near the gas inlet.
A 1700mm long flexible hose is supplied in the pack for
installation purposes.
Connecting flexible hose
• Place a spanner on the flats provided on the gas inlet
to brace the inlet against the action of wrenching when
connecting the hose to the appliance gas inlet. Failure to
do so may damage the appliance.
• An approved thread sealing tape or compound is
required for the connection between the hose and the
appliance gas inlet.
Appliances for operation on N.G. & S.N.G.
For N.G. and S.N.G appliances the supplied N.G. regulator
must be fitted. For L.P.G appliances (Propane or
Universal LP) the test point fitting supplied must be fitted.
NOTE: The inlet of the regulator or test point fitting should
be fitted to the consumer piping first. The arrow on the
regulator or test point fitting indicates the direction of gas
flow. Then connect the hose to the outlet of the regulator
or test point fitting using the swivel connection on the hose
and fibre washer supplied.
Ensure the regulator or test point fitting is in
a position that is accessible with the appliance
installed and which will allow the appliance to
be withdrawn without disconnecting the hose.
N.G. Regulator
(P/No. 294-001-031)
Internal flange
Important: flat fibre washer
must be installed
(P/No. 115-009-011)
Gas flow
to appliance
INSTALLATION
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Check all joints and ensure that connections are sound.
Operating Pressures
Supply and operating pressures for various gases and
corresponding injector sizes for each burner.
SUPPLY PRESSURE
(kPa)
NOMINAL TEST POINT
PRESSURE (kPa)
Oven
injector
NG & SNG
1.13 - 5.00
1.00
1.50
Universal LP
2.75
2.75
0.82
GAS TYPE
Testing the Operation of the Appliance
This product has an Electronic Burner Control with a flame
safeguard system, which includes a safety shutdown
function that operates when the presence of a flame is not
detected within a prescribed period.
It may be necessary to interrupt the operation of the control
system in order to facilitate purging of air from the appliance.
During the purging procedure the product should be closely
monitored to ensure that the ignition spark can be observed
through the round hole in the left hand side of the cover on
the bottom of the oven, and that the solenoid valve can be
heard to open and close.
1.After connecting the gas and leak testing the gas connection,
plug in the service cord and turn on the power.
2.Set the time of day clock (if fitted).
3.Purging procedure:
a.Turn on the oven
b.The unit will commence sparking and the solenoid
valve will open for a short period. If a flame is not
established, the controller will shut the solenoid valve
and stop sparking, then pause for a moment before
repeating this cycle. At this point if there is still no
flame, the control system will go into safety shutdown.
c.If the control system does go into safety shutdown,
turn off all the controls and switch off the power
supply for a few seconds.
d.Then turn the power back on and repeat steps 2.
through to 3.d. until the gas ignites.
Note: If the power supply is not switched off, then a
delay of 90 seconds will be required after each safety
shutdown before a new ignition cycle can be attempted.
For more details about how the Electronic Burner Control
works refer to page 16 ‘Electronic Burner Control’.
4.Check the manometer zero point is correct.
5.Connect the manometer to the cooker pressure test point.
This is located on the regulator or LPG inlet fitting.
6.Check the operating pressure (refer table above).
For LPG Cookers: Adjust the regulator if necessary
(this may be remote from the cooker).
For NG Cookers: The outlet pressure should not vary from
the nominal outlet pressure of 1.00kPa by more than ±0.20kPa.
If the regulator apppears to not be performing satisfactorily,
then check the following points.
a.If the outlet pressure is consistently too low then the
inlet pressure may be too low and adjustment of an
upstream regulator may be needed, or an upstream
regulator or valve with insufficient flow capacity may
be present in the gas supply line. If this is suspected
then it may be necessary to repeat the checks whilst
measuring both the inlet and outlet pressure to determine
if the inlet pressure is in the range 1.13 – 5kPa.
b.Check that the regulator has been fitted to the gas
supply line in the correct orientation, the arrow on the
base of the body indicates the direction of gas flow.
Once these checks have been completed, if the regulator
still fails to perform in a satisfactory manner it should be
replaced.
7.Observe the flame appearance on the burner. If it
is much larger or much smaller than expected, the
injector size may require checking. Where a flame
is unsatisfactory refer to the servicing instructions and
correct the fault if possible.
8.Check the operation of the timer, light and fan.
If the appliance cannot be adjusted to perform correctly,
inform the customer of the problem and affix an appropriate
warning notice to the appliance. If the fault appears to
be dangerous, the appliance should be disconnected.
However, if only a minor fault exists, the customer may
wish to use the appliance while awaiting service.
The customer should be advised that, in the event of a fault,
they should contact the manufacturer’s local Service Organisation
or the retailer from whom the appliance was purchased.
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INSTALLATION
GAS INSTALLATION INFORMATION
GAS INSTALLATION INFORMATION
Underbench Ovens
Your underbench oven looks best when the control panel
is directly under the benchtop. An upper infill panel
may have to be added if the cooktop placed above the
benchtop is too deep.
Refer to cooktop installation instructions for required
clearance between cooktop and oven.
Separate grill underbench ovens
GAS TYPE
A
B
C
Flush fit
600
731
581min
Proud fit
565
723
560min
D
upper infill if required
1.7m flexible gas hose
(supplied unfitted)
C
553
*20
B
8mm min
clearance
558
A
D: Gas connection – 150mm from right hand side
– 220mm from bottom
E: Electrical connection – 50mm from right hand side
– at bottom
561
B
15
mounting
holes
D
E
carry handle
A
595
553
*20
C
1.5m electrical
service cord
carry handle
8mm min
clearance
15
Use long black
installation screws
supplied
mounting
holes
596
725
1.7m flexible gas hose
(supplied unfitted)
E
D: Gas connection – 150mm from right hand side
– 220mm from bottom
E: Electrical connection – 50mm from right hand side
– at bottom
1.5m electrical
service cord
GAS TYPE
A
B
C
Flush fit
600
600
581min
Proud fit
565
590
560min
Use 25mm long black
installation screws
supplied
596
Recommended cabinet design
NOTE TO INSTALLER: For Separate Grill Underbench
Installations where a Cooktop is installed directly above the
appliance, a minimum clearance distance of 10mm must
be allowed for between the bottom of the cooktop & the
top of the Separate Grill Underbench Oven.
720mm Module(s)
Bench Top
Cleat (2)
Front View
Infill Panel (2)
Cooker Platform
Area for mounting
of power point.
Supporting shelf 8mm
below door line to give
perfect alignment of
cooker & cupboard
(kick panel notched
to suit).
INSTALLATION
26
720mm Module(s)
Kick Panel
NOTE: Power point connection must be accessible with the
appliance installed.
27
INSTALLATION
GAS INSTALLATION INFORMATION
Separate grill wall oven
561
A
B
mounting
holes
C
Use 15mm long black
installation screws
supplied
650
min
596
*20
553
carry handle
8mm min
clearance
15
D
888
1.7m flexible
gas hose
(supplied unfitted)
E
1.5m electrical
service cord
D: Gas connection – 150mm from right hand side
– 220mm from bottom
E: Electrical connection – 50mm from right hand side
– at bottom
GAS TYPE
INSTALLATION
28
A
B
C
Flush fit
600
893
581min
Proud fit
565
885
560min
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NOTES
Warranty
FORSALESINAUSTRALIAANDNEWZEALAND
APPLIANCE:BUILT-INOVEN,COOKTOP
ANDFREESTANDINGCOOKER
This document sets out the terms and conditions of the product
warranties for Electrolux Appliances. It is an important document.
Please keep it with your proof of purchase documents in a safe place
for future reference should you require service for your Appliance.
1. Inthiswarranty
6. Proofofpurchaseisrequiredbeforeyoucanmakeaclaimunder
thiswarranty.
(a) ‘acceptablequality’asreferredtoinclause10ofthiswarrantyhas
thesamemeaningreferredtointheACL;
(b) ‘ACL’meansTradePracticesAmendment(AustralianConsumer
Law)Act(No.2)2010;
(c) ‘Appliance’meansanyElectroluxproductpurchasedbyyou
accompaniedbythisdocument;
(d) ‘ASC’meansElectrolux’authorisedservicedcentres;
(e) ‘Electrolux’meansElectroluxHomeProductsPtyLtdof163
O’RiordanStreet,Mascot,NSW2020,ABN51004762341in
respectofAppliancespurchasedinAustraliaandElectrolux(NZ)
Limitedof3-5NiallBurgessRoad,MountWellington,inrespect
ofAppliancespurchasedinNewZealand;
(a)
(f) ‘majorfailure’asreferredtoinclause10ofthiswarrantyhasthe
samemeaningreferredtointheACLandincludesasituationwhen
anAppliancecannotberepairedoritisuneconomicforElectrolux,at
itsdiscretion,torepairanApplianceduringtheWarrantyPeriod;
(b) theApplianceismodifiedwithoutauthorityfromElectroluxinwriting;
(c) theAppliance’sserialnumberorwarrantysealhasbeenremoved
ordefaced;
(g) ‘WarrantyPeriod’means:
(d) theAppliancewasservicedorrepairedbyanyoneotherthan
Electrolux,anauthorisedrepairerorASC.
(i) w
heretheApplianceisusedforpersonal,domesticorhousehold
use(i.e.normalsinglefamilyuse)assetoutintheinstruction
manual,theApplianceiswarrantedagainstmanufacturing
defectsinAustraliafor24monthsandinNewZealandfor24
months,followingthedateoforiginalpurchaseoftheAppliance;
(ii) w
heretheApplianceisusedforcommercialpurposes(including
beingusedtodirectlyassistabusinessorwheretheApplianceis
usedinamulti-familycommunalorsharetypeenvironment),the
Appliancewillthenbewarrantedagainstmanufacturingdefects
inAustraliafor3monthsandinNewZealandfor3months,
followingthedateoforiginalpurchaseoftheAppliance.
(h) ‘you’meansthepurchaseroftheAppliancenothavingpurchased
theApplianceforre-sale,and‘your’hasacorrespondingmeaning.
2. T
hiswarrantyonlyappliestoAppliancespurchasedandusedinAustralia
orNewZealandandisinadditionto(anddoesnotexclude,restrict,or
modifyinanyway)anynon-excludablestatutorywarrantiesinAustralia
orNewZealand.
3. D
uringtheWarrantyPeriodElectroluxoritsASCwill,atnoextracharge
ifyourApplianceisreadilyaccessibleforservice,withoutspecial
equipmentandsubjecttothesetermsandconditions,repairorreplace
anypartswhichitconsiderstobedefective.ElectroluxoritsASCmay
useremanufacturedpartstorepairyourAppliance.Youagreethat
anyreplacedAppliancesorpartsbecomethepropertyofElectrolux.
Thiswarrantydoesnotapplytolightglobes,batteries,filtersorsimilar
perishableparts.
4. P
artsandAppliancesnotsuppliedbyElectroluxarenotcoveredby
thiswarranty.
5. Y
ouwillbearthecostoftransportation,travelanddeliveryofthe
AppliancetoandfromElectroluxoritsASC.Ifyouresideoutsideofthe
servicearea,youwillbearthecostof:
7. Y
oumaynotmakeaclaimunderthiswarrantyunlessthedefectclaimed
isduetofaultyordefectivepartsorworkmanship.Electroluxisnotliable
inthefollowingsituations(whicharenotexhaustive):
theApplianceisdamagedby:
(i) accident
(ii) misuseorabuse,includingfailuretoproperlymaintainorservice
(iii) normalwearandtear
(iv) powersurges,electricalstormdamageorincorrectpowersupply
(v) incompleteorimproperinstallation
(vi) incorrect,improperorinappropriateoperation
(vii)insectorvermininfestation
(viii)failuretocomplywithanyadditionalinstructionssuppliedwith
theAppliance;
8. T
hiswarranty,thecontracttowhichitrelatesandtherelationship
betweenyouandElectroluxaregovernedbythelawapplicablewhere
theAppliancewaspurchased.WheretheAppliancewaspurchasedin
NewZealandforbusinesspurposestheConsumerGuaranteeActdoes
notapply.
9. T
otheextentpermittedbylaw,Electroluxexcludesallwarrantiesand
liabilities(otherthanascontainedinthisdocument)includingliabilityfor
anylossordamagewhetherdirectorindirectarisingfromyourpurchase,
useornonuseoftheAppliance.
10.ForAppliancesandservicesprovidedbyElectroluxinAustralia,
theAppliancescomewithaguaranteebyElectroluxthatcannotbe
excludedundertheAustralianConsumerLaw.Youareentitledtoa
replacementorrefundforamajorfailureandforcompensationforany
otherreasonablyforeseeablelossordamage.Youarealsoentitledto
havetheAppliancerepairedorreplacediftheAppliancefailstobeof
acceptablequalityandthefailuredoesnotamounttoamajorfailure.
Thebenefitstoyougivenbythiswarrantyareinadditiontoyourother
rightsandremediesunderalawinrelationtotheAppliancesorservices
towhichthewarrantyrelates.
11.AtalltimesduringtheWarrantyPeriod,Electroluxshall,atitsdiscretion,
determinewhetherrepair,replacementorrefundwillapplyifan
Appliancehasavalidwarrantyclaimapplicabletoit.
12.ForAppliancesandservicesprovidedbyElectroluxinNewZealand,
theAppliancescomewithaguaranteebyElectroluxpursuanttothe
provisionsoftheConsumerGuaranteesAct,theSaleofGoodsActand
theFairTradingAct.
13.Toenquireaboutclaimingunderthiswarranty,pleasefollowthesesteps:
(a) c
arefullychecktheoperatinginstructions,usermanualandtheterms
ofthiswarranty;
(b) havethemodelandserialnumberoftheApplianceavailable;
(a) travelofanauthorisedrepresentative;
(c) havetheproofofpurchase(eganinvoice)available;
(b) transportationanddeliveryoftheAppliancetoandfrom Electroluxor
itsASC,
(d) telephonethenumbersshownbelow.
Inallinstances,unlesstheApplianceistransportedbyElectroluxoran
Electroluxauthorisedrepresentative,theApplianceistransportedatthe
owner’scostandriskwhileintransittoandfromElectroluxoritsASC.
14.Youacceptthatifyoumakeawarrantyclaim,ElectroluxanditsASC
mayexchangeinformationinrelationtoyoutoenableElectroluxtomeet
itsobligationsunderthiswarranty.
Important Notice
Beforecallingforservice,pleaseensurethatthestepslistedinpoint13abovehavebeenfollowed.
FOR SERVICE
ortofindtheaddressofyournearest
stateservicecentreinAustralia
PLEASE CALL 13 13 49
Forthecostofalocalcall(Australiaonly)
FOR SERVICE
ortofindtheaddressofyournearest
authorisedservicecentreinNewZealand
FREE CALL 0800 10 66 10
(NewZealandonly)
SERVICE AUSTRALIA
ELECTROLUXHOMEPRODUCTS
www.electrolux.com.au
SERVICE NEW ZEALAND
ELECTROLUXHOMEPRODUCTS
www.electrolux.co.nz
FOR SPARE PARTS
ortofindtheaddressofyournearest
statesparepartscentreinAustralia
PLEASE CALL 13 13 50
Forthecostofalocalcall(Australiaonly)
FOR SPARE PARTS
ortofindtheaddressofyournearest
statesparepartscentreinNewZealand
FREE CALL 0800 10 66 20
(NewZealandonly)
GOV_Warr_Apr11
NOTES
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WARRANTY
For more information on all Westinghouse appliances,
or for dimension and installation information, call into your retailer,
phone or email our customer care team or visit our website:
AUSTRALIA
phone: 1300 363 640
fax:
1800 350 067
email:customercare@electrolux.com.au
web:www.westinghouse.com.au
NEW ZEALAND
phone: 09 573 2384
fax:
0800 363 600
email: customercare@electrolux.co.nz
web: www.westinghouse.co.nz
TOP SERVICE
Top Service encompasses the after sales service
provided by The Electrolux Group to consumers
including delivery, home service and spare parts.
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