Minikitchen Operating Instructions

Minikitchen
Operating Instructions
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Table of Content
Warning notes................................................................................... 4
Safety............................................................................................. 4
Notes for built-in appliances.................................................................. 5
Notes for the environment.................................................................... 5
Unpacking ....................................................................................... 5
Lifting the minikitchen ........................................................................ 5
Assembly, installation and connection of the minikitchen............................... 6
Main connection............................................................................... 6
Water and wastewater connections......................................................... 7
Hotplates......................................................................................... 9
Cleaning and care of the hotplates.......................................................... 9
Appliance description - hotplates........................................................... 10
Glass ceramic hob............................................................................. 11
Precautions................................................................................... 11
Cleaning and care of the glass ceramic hob............................................... 11
Appliance description - glass ceramic hob................................................. 12
Timer option.................................................................................... 13
Treatment and care of stainless steel surfaces........................................... 13
Notes to be sbserved........................................................................ 13
Cleaning recommendation for powder-coated surfaces................................. 14
Light soiling.................................................................................. 14
Persistent soiling ............................................................................ 14
Operation problems........................................................................... 14
Service........................................................................................... 14
Connection diagramm - recommendation.................................................. 15
Rev. 19.12.2017
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We trust that you will enjoy your new
minikitchen. Please read these Operating
Instructions carefully to ensure that the
kitchen is installed correctly and used in
the proper manner. Please keep the documents so that they are available for
consultation for you or the subsequent
owner at all times.
Warnhinweise
• WARNING: The appliance and its touchable components become very hot during
use. You are advised to be careful and
to avoid touching the heating elements.
Keep children younger than 8 away unless they are supervised at all times.
• WARNING: Caution, the surfaces of this
appliance become hot during operation. Particularly stainless steel surfaces
adjoining the hob conduct the heat and
become hot during operation.
• WARNING: Be careful when cooking
dishes with oils and fats (e. g. French
fries) — danger of ignition.
• WARNING: Unsupervised cooking on
hobs using fat or oil can be dangerous —
risk of fire. NEVER attempt to extinguish a fire with water. Instead, switch the
appliance off and then cover the flames
carefully, for instance using a lid or a
fire blanket.
• Children are to be supervised in order
to make sure that they do not play with
the electrical appliances.
• WARNING: Risk of fire: Never store objects on the hotplate.
• WARNING: If the glass ceramic hob is
cracked, switch off the appliance to
avoid the possible risk of an electric
shock.
• WARNING: For a fixed electrical installation of the stove-and-sink combination, the electrician must use an all-pole
disconnecting mains switch with a con4
tact opening width of at least 3 mm or
a circuit breaker. Always disconnect the
minikitchen from the mains prior to any
repair.
• The hobs are not intended to be controlled via an external time switch or
a distinct remote control system (IEC
60335 2 6).
Safety
• Do not operate appliances when damaged. In case of doubt, contact the supplier.
• Only a qualified electrician may open
and adjust the appliance.
• Always disconnect the stove-and-sink
combination from the mains prior to
carrying out any repair. Pull the mains
plug or switch off the fuse.
• Children older than 8 years and people
with impaired physical, sensory or mental abilities or a lack of experience and/
or knowledge may only use these appliances when supervised or after they
received instructions in the safe use of
the appliance and understood the resulting dangers. Children are not allowed
to play with the appliance. Children are
not allowed to perform cleaning or user
maintenance unless they are supervised.
• Always place saucepans and pots on the
plates with their handle facing the wall
to ensure that children cannot reach
them. The hotplates become very hot
and may cause burns.
• Never operate the hob without supervision !
• Do not store explosive liquids in the
lower cabinet.
• Do not place coffee machines or other
electrical appliances on the hotplates.
This also applies to other flammable
materials
• If a drawer is installed in the area of
the hotplate, do not use it for storing
(e. g. aerosol cans).
• Never place food in aluminium foil or
plastic containers on the hotplate when
it is hot. When connecting electrical appliances, make sure that the connecting
cables do not come into contact with
the hotplate when hot.
• Do not clean the hob with a steam cleaner.
• The minikitchen is intended for normal
indoor use. Do not use it as heating
source. Our hobs are not suitable for
continuous operation.
• Improper or excessive use damages the
insulation of the cables and can cause a
fire hazard.
The electrical appliances are producing
their own sounds. Please take note
of the relevant manufacture‘s
information to this matter.
Notes for the environment
For the long transport to reach you, our
high-quality products are protected by effective packaging. When dimensioning the
packaging material, we endeavour to use
only the absolutely necessary amount. All
packaging materials are environmentally
friendly and can be safely disposed. Wooden parts are not chemically treated. The
cardboard boxes are made predominantly
from recycled paper and can be shredded
and disposed as waste paper.
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Unpacking
• Never cover the ventilation grilles.
Inspect the unit to ensure it is free of
faults.
Notify the carrier immediately of any
possible transport damage. Please contact
the dealer in case any parts are missing
in the delivery. Please read these instructions and the instructions for the fridge
carefully.
Notes for built-in appliances
If the minikitchen is equipped with a
built-in hob or other built-in appliances,
observe the original operating instructions
of the respective manufacturer. These are
either included with the instructions for
the minikitchen or packed with the appliance if it is supplied in the original packaging
Please take note of the according
user manuals of the electrical
appliances/manufacturers !
Lifting the minikitchen
Always work in a team of two. Always lift
the minikitchen at its bottom side. Do not
lift the entire unit at the pantry top as
this may result in damage.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EC
for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). This Directive provides
the framework for the EU-wide collection and recycling of old appliances.
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Assembly, installation and connection of the minikitchen
Install the unit indoors at a room temperature between 12 and 32°C. Fit tiles
so that it is possible to pull out the unit,
should this be necessary. Any damage
resulting from incorrect installation is not
covered by the warranty. When installing
the minikitchen, make sure that only its
rear panel and one side panel are mounted against a wall of any height. Appliances and furniture on the other side should
have the same height as the minikitchen.
Do not install the minikitchen in a cabinet. Ensure that the heated air at the rear
of the fridge can escape without obstruction to avoid any impairment of the function. Therefore do not cover the ventilation grilles behind the hot plates.
The minikitchen must stand in a stable
and straight position. Use a water level
for verification. Use suitable supports to
balance out any unevenness in the floor.
lations.
The connecting cable must be secured by
at least 16 amperes.
Electrical safety is only ensured if the
earth conductor system for the in-house
electrical installation is installed according to the regulations. Do not operate
the appliance unless all its components
are present and all safety devices have
been attached.
Ensure that the connecting cable is not
pinched underneath the unit during installation.
If the mains cable of this appliance is
damaged, arrange for its replacement by
the manufacturer or its customer service
or a similarly qualified person to prevent
danger.
Caution!
For a fixed electrical installation of the
stove-and-sink combination, the electrician must use an all-pole disconnecting
mains switch with a contact opening
width of at least 3 mm or a circuit breaker.
The all-pole circuit breaker is also required in case the mains connector is no
longer accessible after installation.
Caution!
Always disconnect the minikitchen from
the mains prior to carrying out any repair. Pull the mains plug, switch off the
mains switch or switch off the fuse.
Only qualified electricians may carry out
repairs or adjustments on the appliances.
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Main connection
In standard design, the minikitchen is
equipped with two hotplates and a fridge
for electrical connection1 with 230 V/50
Hz to two isolated ground receptacles that
have been installed according to the regu6
Refer to attached installation sketch
Wasser- und Abwasseranschluss
The connections for cold and hot water
are arranged in the area of the lower
metal cabinet underneath the sink. Please
use the dimensional drawing (page 15) as
orientation. However, it does not include
• Standard-pantrytop 90-100-120-150cm
specific dimensions as the connections are
individually installed by the electrician or,
in most cases, have already been fitted.
The delivery scope includes a drain and
overflow fitting but no siphon.
Standard drain and overflow fitting
• Standard-pantrytop 90-100-120-150cm
with sink above a microwave
drain and overflow fitting for microwave
standard
• Standard-pantrytop 90-100-120-150cm
with sink above a drawer
drain and overflow fittin
with additional fitting
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• Top-Pantrytop 100 - 120cm
drain and overflow fittin for single-sink
• Top-Pantrytop 150 - 170cm
drain and overflow fittin for 8x4 sink
• Toppantrytop with sink above a drawer or appliance
with additional drain and overflow set for
small spaces
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Hotplates
Prior to first use of the hot plates, the
protective coating on the plate surface
must be hardened. For this, switch on the
rear hotplate first without a pot placed
on top for a minimum of 4 minutes (the
front plate remains switched off). Once
this time has expired, switch off the rear
hotplate and wait for at least 5 minutes.
Next, switch on the front hotplate first
without a pot placed on top for a minimum of 4 minutes (the rear plate remains
switched off). After that, never operate
the hotplates without a pot. Try to avoid
boiling over of liquid and food on the hotplate.
Always use pots and saucepans with a flat
bottom and a diameter suited for the corresponding plate.
Modellbeispiel
= = switch for the rear plate
= switch for the front plate
Initially, adjust the switch to level 3. Once
the food starts boiling, reduce heat as
required by one or more levels. For almost
all cooking and frying processes, the plate
can be switched off 5-10 minutes before
the food is done to utilise the residual
heat.
Never operate the hob
without supervision !
Cleaning and care of the hotplates
The hotplates are controlled by a switch
that provides for seven levels (6 switch
levels and one 0 position). You will see the
numbers 0-1-2-3 on the turning knobs.
0 = Off
1 = simmer level (low heat)
2 = frying level (medium heat) start
3 = level (strong heat)
The dots mark three additional
intermediate levels. Choose the intermediate levels when the power of the higher
level is too much or respectively that of
the lower level is too low.
In 0 position, the hotplate is switched off.
The indicator light is lit for as long as at
least one of the two hotplates is operated. The hotplates may still be hot even
when the indicator light is off (residual
heat).
Do only use dry pots for daily use. Avoid
placing objects that are wet or condensed, like pot lids, for example, on the
hotplate.
Once the hotplates have cooled down,
wipe off any boiled over liquid before it
dries. Never scratch food remnants off.
A wet cloth is sufficient for normal cleaning. If the hotplates are very dirty, use
commercially available cleaning products,
such as e. g VIM, ATA, Scotch-Brite or AKOPADS.
After cleaning, remove all residues of
cleaning products from the hotplate and
briefly switch it on to allow it to dry. After
cleaning, use a very small amount of oil or
a care product from time to time.
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Gerätebeschreibung Kochpatten (Standard-Pantryabdeckung)
1
Switch for hotplate
6
Ventilation slots
2
Switch for hotplate
7
Hotplate ø 180 mm
3
Indicatoe light
8
Hotplate ø 145 mm
4
Switch for the timer (optional)
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Scraps basin
5
Opening for water fitting
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Sink
Mounting holes
Designation
PGK-2200
Connection value
2200 W
Nominal voltage
230 V / 50 HZ, 16 A
Connection
Cable H05SS-F 3G1.5, T180
Controller
7-cycle-switch
Hotplates
ø 145mm with 1000W, ø 180mm with 1200W power
Power indicator light
Indicates whether device is switched on
Certified to VDE and CE
GS-Certificats-No.
Recycling of old appliances
Appliances have WEEE registration
WEEE Reg. No. DE 32990014
Height 70 mm x depth 600 mm x width 900 - 1500 mm
Sink dimensions
This appliance complies with the European Low Voltage Directives 2006/95/ EC
on electrical safety, the European Directives 89/336/EEC on electromagnetic
compatibility and the Directives 93/68/EEC on CE marking.
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Glass ceramic hob
The glass ceramic surface is very robust
and much stronger than glass. However,
please observe the following:
• Never step on the glass ceramic plate.
• Make sure to avoid dropping of heavy
objects onto the glass ceramic plate.
• The hot plate is resistant to heat, cold
and major temperature variations, however, it is not impact resistant.
• Always use pots and saucepans with a
diameter that fits the corresponding
plate (max. ø 145/180 mm).
• Never place hot pots on the silicone
ring around the hob to avoid damage to
it.
Precautions
= Schalter für das hintere Kochfeld
= Schalter für das vordere Kochfeld
off. The indicator light is lit for as long as
at least one of the two plates is operated.
The hotplates may be hot even after the
control light has gone off (residual heat).
Initially, adjust the switch to level 3. Once
the food starts boiling, reduce heat as
required by one or more levels. For almost
all cooking and frying processes, the hob
can be switched off 5-10 minutes before
the food is done to utilise the residual
heat.
• Before use, always make sure that the
pot bottom and the surface of the cooking zone are clean and dry.
Never operate the hob
without supervision !
• Always lift the pots and do not drag
them to avoid scratching of the glass
ceramic plate.
Cleaning and care of the glass ceramic hob
• Use sufficiently sized pots and saucepans to avoid boiling over of liquid
and food on the hotplate. Observe this
precaution especially when cooking
dishes that contain sugar as sugar may
damage the surfaces permanently.
• Do not use your glass ceramic hob as
storage area. In particular, never leave
plastic or aluminium packaging on the
glass ceramic plate as they might melt
and damage your hob.
Never operate the hotplates without a
pot. The two hobs have 6 cooking levels
each. In 0 position, the hob is switched
Clean your glass ceramic hob regularly,
preferably always after you have finished
cooking. Remove persistent dirt and food
residues on the glass ceramic hob with a
scraper first. Next, add a few drops of a
suitable cleaning agent on the cold glass
ceramic hob and spread it with a paper
towel or a clean cloth. After that, wipe
the glass ceramic hob with a wet cloth
and then buff it with a clean dry cloth.
Never use metal sponges or scouring powder that might scratch the glass surface.
Do not use spray products intended for
oven cleaning as they contain aggressive ingredients that damage the surface.
Lime scale from boiled over liquids can be
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removed with vinegar or lemon.
Appliance description — glass ceramic hob (Standard-pantrytops)
1
Switch for hotplate
6
Ventilation slots
2
Switch for hotplate
7
Hotplate ø 180 mm
3
Indicatoe light
8
Hotplate ø 145 mm
4
Switch for the timer
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Scraps basin
5
Opening for water fitting
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Sink
Mounting holes
Designation
PGC-3000
Connection value
3000 W
Nominal voltage
230 V / 50 HZ, 16 A
Connection
Cable H05SS-F 3G1.5, T180
Controller
Power control switch, infinitely adjustable
Hotplates
ø 145 mm with 1200W, ø 180 mm with 1800W power
Power indicator light
Indicates whether device is switched on
Certified to VDE and CE
GS-Certificats-No.
Recycling of old appliances
Appliances have WEEE registration
WEEE Reg. No. DE 32990014
Sink dimensions
Height 70 mm x depth 600 mm x width 900 - 1500 mm
This appliance complies with the European Low Voltage Directives 2006/95/ EC
on electrical safety, the European Directives 89/336/EEC on electromagnetic
compatibility and the Directives 93/68/EEC on CE marking.
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Timer option
A mechanical timer (1) with a max. running time of 30 minutes is optionally
available as additional safety device that
ensures that the hotplates are switched
off safely. Upon expiry of the set time,
power supply to both hotplates will be
interrupted. Should you require more than
the maximum adjustable time for cooking, power supply to the hot plates via the
timer must be activated again.
• Corrosion might be generated underneath deposits.
• Remove traces of use and cleaning
agent residues immediately.
• The surface must remain intact. Avoid
any damage during use or cleaning caused by hard metal objects.
• Residues from water that contains iron
as well as contact with rusting steel or
iron parts may also cause corrosion.
• Care principles
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Treatment and care of stainless steel
surfaces
Rust-proof stainless steels are corrosion-resistant thanks to a passive layer that
forms when oxygen contacts the metal
surface. If this passive layer is damaged by
mechanical impact or is destroyed chemically and if additionally the formation of
a new passive layer is prevented by exclusion of oxygen, this can result in corrosion
damage even on rust-proof stainless steel.
In addition, rust-proof stainless steels are
not hundred percent resistant to some
chemical compounds, such as, for instance, acids or bases.
Persistent layers of dirt that comprise
salts containing chlorine or extraneous
rust may cause discolouration or corrosion
on the stainless steel surface over time.
• Light soiling can be removed with water to that a mild cleaning agent has
been added (e. g. dishwashing liquid).
Never use cleaning agents that contain
active chlorine! Do not use any type of
scouring powder or cleaning agents that
contain chlorine or bleach.
• After cleaning, rinse thoroughly with
clean water. As a last step, buff the
stainless steel surfaces.
• Polished stainless steel surfaces can be
cleaned using commercially available
cleaning agents, persistent dirt can also
be removed using a Scotch-Brite. Make
sure to wipe in direction of grain.
• Remove any extraneous rust immediately using a mild scouring agent.
We recommend a periodically treatment
of all stainless steel surfaces, after the removal of the protective plastic film, with
a standard stainless steel care.
Please observe above notes to ensure that
you can enjoy our product for a long time
Notes to be observed:
• Ensure that surface is always clean and
well ventilated.
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Cleaning recommendation for powder-coated surfaces
Light soiling
Operation problems
Hotplates do not heat.
• IIs the timer switched on?
Always use a soft dry cloth first when
attempting to clean powder-coated surfaces.
In case the dirt cannot be removed, wet
the cloth slightly or add a pH neutral cleaning agent, if necessary.
• Is the rotary switch turned on?
Persistent soiling
• Check voltage in the electrical outlet.
Heavily soiled surfaces (which, in some
cases, have not been cleaned for several
years), may be cleaned using gentle abrasive cleaning agents similar to car polish.
If it is absolutely necessary to use a cleaning agent for removing dirt, we recommend to test the suitability of the product
on an invisible spot of the painted part
beforehand. Avoid cleaning products that
damage the coating mechanically or chemically and those that contain solvents
that might cause detaching of the paint.
Do not use strongly alkaline or acidic
agents or products that contain chlorine
or scratch the surface.
After cleaning, rinse thoroughly with clean
water. As a last step, buff the cleaned surfaces with a dry cloth.
Our warranty does not cover damage caused by incorrect cleaning. Any exceptions
will be subject to prior inspection.
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• Is the minikitchen connected correctly?
• (2 plugs, one for the hotplates and one
for the fridge).
• Check fuses in fuse box.
If above measures are not successful,
please contact a service technician.
For information on added appliances please contact the corresponding operating
instructions of the manufacturer.
Service
Please contact your dealer for customer
service and spare parts.
Always quote the type designation when
contacting the service workshop.
You will find the type designation on the
bottom side of the sink.
Type designation:
____________________________________
(wall)
Wand
Connection diagramm - recommendation
standard
minikitchen
metal
Standardküche
Metall
900 - 1700
35
connection
Anschluss ø 40
50 50
200/250/300
480 (Abfluss)
(drain)
K
W
A
(has to
in the
(je be
nach
middle
of the base
Spülenunterbau
unit)
mittig zu legen)
(floor)
Boden
position
for electric outlets, number of
Installations-Bereich
connections
dependant on number of
für Elektroanschlüsse
electric
in the kitchen
Anzahlappliances
der Anschlüsse
nach Anzahl der
Elektrogeräte
fixing height for
Installations-Höhe
electrical
outlets
für
Elektroanschlüsse
100
80
(water)
(Wasser)
service
gapzur
onWand
Abstand
sink
side, im
no Bereich
space
existiert
between
rear of fridgenicht
des Kühlschrankes
and wall
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Important
noteHINWEIS!!!!
!!!
WICHTIGER
Picture:
RightAnordnung
hand hobsHerdteil
and leftrechts
hand bowl.
Abbildung
Becken links.
Bitte vor
Installation
prüfen, welche
Please
check
before installing
which Herdteilseite
hob or bowl side you
bzw. and
Beckenseite
vorhanden
ist accordingly.
und entsprechend
have
fix service
connections
seitenverkehrt die Anschlüsse anbringen.
Complaints
afterwards won`t
accepted!
Spätere Reklamationen
sind be
ausgeschlossen.
Wir empfehlen den Anschluss der Küchen durch einen
We
recommend
installation by aausführen
qualified tradespersonal.
Sanitäroder Elektrofachmann
zu lassen.
(Irrtum vorbehaltlich)
Errors
excepted !
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Stengel Steel Concept GmbH
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