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Users Guide & Installation
Handbook
Built In Ceramic Hob
NWTC60
Please read carefully and retain for future reference
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Introduction
Should you need it . . . .
Inside the paperwork which has come with this appliance,
there is a leaflet and card explaining the terms of our
extended warranty and guarantee.
Should you wish to take out extended warranty, please fill
in the details on the leaflet and post this off.
If your appliance is covered by the warranty and guarantee,
you will not be billed for work undertaken should your
appliance be faulty, terms and conditions do apply, so
please read through the literature carefully.
Our Customer Care Centre can be called on:
0871 22 22 504
We aim to answer calls as quickly as possible, and in strict
rotation as soon as one of our Customer Care team
becomes free.
Please ensure that you have available your appliances
model number and serial number, there is a space at the
back of this book for recording that information.
Alternatively, you can visit the web site.
Outside the UK and Northern Ireland, please contact your
local supplier.
ENGLISH
GENERAL
Carefully read the contents of this leaflet since it provides important
instructions regarding safety of installation, use and maintenance.
Keep the leaflet for possible future consultation. All the operations relating to installation/replacement (electrical connections) must be
carried out by specialised personnel in conformity with the regulations
in force.
SAFETY WARNINGS
It is recommended to use flat-bottom pans with a diameter equal to or
slightly larger than that of the heated area. Do not use pans with a rough
base to prevent scratching the heat surface of the cooktop (Fig.2).
This appliance is not suitable for use by children or persons requiring
supervision. Do not let children play with the appliance.
IMPORTANT
- Avoid spilling liquid, therefore to boil or heat liquids, reduce the
heat.
- Do not leave the heating elements on with empty pots and pans or
without receptacles.
- When you have finished cooking, switch off the relevant heating
element with the control indicated below.
ATTENTION: Steam cleaners must not be used.
WARNING: If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to
prevent electric shock.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
These instructions address specialised installers and serve as a guide
for installation, adjustment and maintenance in conformity with the
laws and regulations in force.
If a built-in oven or any other appliance that generates heat must be
fitted directly under the glass-ceramic cooktop, THIS APPLIANCE
(oven) AND THE GLASS-CERAMIC COOKTOP MUST BE SUITABLY INSULATED in such a way that the heat generated by the oven,
measured on the bottom right of the cooktop, does not exceed 60°C.
Failure to respect this precaution may determine improper functioning
of the TOUCHCONTROL system.
POSITIONING (Fig.1)
The domestic appliance is designed to be built into a worktop as illustrated in the specific figure. Apply sealant around the entire perimeter
(cut-out dimensions Fig.1B).
Fix the domestic appliance on the worktop by means of the 4 brackets
provided, taking the thickness of the worktop into account (Fig.1A). If
the lower part of the appliance, after installation, is accessible via the
lower part of the cabinet then it is necessary to mount a separator panel
respecting the distances indicated (Fig.1C). If the appliance is installed with an oven underneath then the separator is not necessary.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Before making the electrical connections, check that:
- the ground cable is 2 cm longer than the other cables;
- the system ratings meet the ratings indicated on the identification
plate fixed on the lower part of the worktop;
- the system is fitted with efficient earthing compliant to the laws and
regulations in force.
Earthing is obligatory by law.
If the domestic appliance is not fitted with a cable and/or relevant plug,
use material suited to the absorption value indicated on the identification plate and the operating temperature. At no point must the cable
reach a temperature 50°C higher than room temperature.
If wishing to make a direct connection to the mains, an omnipolar
switch must be interposed with a minimum opening of 3 mm between
the contacts and suited to the load indicated on the plate and conform
to the regulations in force (the yellow/green ground conductor must not
be interrupted by the switch). When the appliance has been installed,
the omnipolar switch must be easily reachable.
USE AND MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE
GB
Remove any residues of food and drops of grease from the cooking
surface using the special scraper supplied on request (Fig.3)
Clean the heated area as thoroughly as possible using SIDOL,
STAHLFIX or similar products and a cloth/paper, then rinse with water
and dry with a clean cloth.
Using the special scraper (optional) immediately remove any fragments of aluminium and plastic material that have unintentionally melted
on the heated cooking area or residues of sugar or food with a high
sugar content (Fig.3). In this way, any damage to the cooktop surface
is prevented.
Under no circumstances use abrasive sponges or irritating chemical
detergents such as oven sprays or stain removers.
USE
Use the touch control system in the corresponding position relative to
the individual cooking needs. Keep in mind that the higher the number,
the more heat that it is produced.
FUNCTIONING
- On the basis of the model you own, the appliance can be switched on
by actuating the start-up sensor (Fig.4-5-6-7-8 A). One zero will appear on all displays within10 seconds. If no display is actuated within
10 seconds, the top will switch off again.
- Press selection key F for the desired cooking area.
A luminous "0" will appear on the respective display with a decimal
point to indicate which cooking area is active.
- A hotplate may be switched on by activating the "+" or "-" sensor
within 10 seconds. If sensor D is used, the display will show selection
9, while if sensor C is used, the display shows selection 1 or 5, depending on the model.
- Once this operation has been performed choose the temperature
adjustment with the "+" or "-" keys.
- The plate can be switched off by selecting "0" with the D sensor, after
3 seconds the cooking area is automatically switched off.
It is always possible to switch a plate off by touching the "+" and "-"
sensors at the same time.
- The cooking top can be switched off by touching the main start-up
sensor (Fig.4-5-6-7-8 A). If all the plates are selected on "0" the top will
switch off after 10 seconds.
-If the top is equipped with plates with an extension (fig.5- 7-8) switching
on of the second area will be carried out after having checked that :
- the key button LED (fig.5-7-8 B) is off, otherwise de-insert it.
- Press the key (fig.5-7-8 A) to switch the top on.
- Choose the desired plate and adjust the power using the "+" or "-"
keys.
-Once the power has been adjusted choose the key (fig.5-7-8 L) to
activate the double area.
- To deactivate the double area check that the interested plate has been
selected (fig.5-7-8 F) and press the key (fig.5-7-8 L) .
Note: the Double area function is activated only on plates F1 and F2
(fig.5-7-8 ).
- If an object is placed above the controls, the cooking top will
automatically move to the OFF position.
When a plate is in the OFF position and the temperature is higher than
50° there will be a luminous signal "H" near to the respective selection
key (Fig.4- 5- 6-7-8 H).
- the B function blocks the functioning of the top on selection. E.g.: if the
function is activated while the top has two areas switched on the
programme remains blocked even if you try to switch another area on.
The same thing happens if the appliance is switched off and the function
is activated; the top doesn't switch on.
To activate or deactivate it hold a finger on the B sensor for about two
seconds. The function is active when warning light E is switched on.
Timer (Fig.5).
- Select the plate with the relative power.
- Press the selection key again of the already-activated plate.
- Using the "+" and "-" keys set the desired time.
- The decimal point at the side of the power level will indicate that the
plate has the TIMER function activated.
- An acoustic signal will indicate switching off of the cooking area.
THE MANUFACTURER DECLINES ALL RESPONSIBILITY
FOR EVENTUAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY BREACHING
THE ABOVE WARNINGS.
- 13 -
Fig.1
A
58
0-
0
51
77
30 mm
0-
B
90
0
48
5
Mi 0
n
40 mm
560
.5
53
- 75
0-
0
49
880
5
Mi 0
n
C
4 mm
25 mm
20 mm
Fig.2
Fig.3
-3-
Fig.4
- Key cooking area selection
- Heating zone indicator
F
- Key-lock on/off pilot light
E
G
- Lock-key
- Cooking area display
H
B
A
- Key On/Off
- Key (+)
C
D
- Key (-)
2
220-240V 1N ~ H05V2V2-F 3G 2.5mm
L1
L2
L
N
380-415V 2N~ H05V2V2-F 4G 2.5mm
L2
N
L1
2
220-240V 2~ H05V2V2-F 3G 2.5mm
2
220-240V 3~ H05V2V2-F 4G 2.5mm
L2
L1
L2
L1
L3
N
L3
380-415V 3N~ H05V2V2-F 5G 2.5mm
-4-
2
2
Fig.5
- Key cooking area selection
F
E
- Key-lock on/off pilot light
F2
- Lock-key
- Key for double zone selection
B
L
- Key On/Off
A
F1
- Cooking area display
H
C
- Key (+)
2
220-240V 1N ~ H05V2V2-F 3G 2.5mm
- Key (-)
L1
L2
L
N
D
380-415V 2N~ H05V2V2-F 4G 2.5mm
L2
N
L1
2
220-240V 2~ H05V2V2-F 3G 2.5mm
2
220-240V 3~ H05V2V2-F 4G 2.5mm
L2
L1
L2
L1
L3
N
L3
380-415V 3N~ H05V2V2-F 5G 2.5mm
-5-
2
2
Fig.6
G
- Heating zone indicator
- Key cooking area selection
- Cooking area display
- Key (-)
F
H
D
- Key (+)
- Key-lock on/off pilot light
A
- Key On/Off
2
220-240 V~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
2
3
L
4
2
L1
3
L2
L1
2
L2
3
L3
2
2
4
2
L1
2
4
N
-6-
3
L2
2
4
4
L2
220-240 V3~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
N
4
3
L1
380-415 V3N~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
1
N
4
B
220-240 V2~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
4
380-415 V2N~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
- Lock-key
4
4
L3
2
C
E
Fig.7
- Key for double zone selection
L
F2
- Key cooking area selection
F
F1
- Cooking area display
- Key (-)
H
- Key (+)
D
C
- Key-lock on/off pilot light
- Key On/Off
A
2
220-240 V~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
2
3
L
4
2
L1
3
L2
1
L1
2
L2
3
L3
2
4
2
4
2
L1
2
4
N
-7-
3
L2
2
4
4
L2
220-240 V3~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
N
4
3
L1
N
380-415 V3N~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
220-240 V2~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
4
380-415 V2N~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
B
- Lock-key
4
4
L3
2
E
Fig.8
F1
- Heating zone indicator
G
- Key cooking area selection
F
F1
- Cooking area display
H
- Key for double zone selection
- Key (+)
- Key (-)
- Key On/Off
L
C
D
A
2
2
3
L
4
4
1
2
L1
3
L2
4
L1
2
L2
3
L3
2
4
- Key-lock on/off pilot light
E
2
L1
2
4
N
-8-
3
L2
2
4
4
L2
220-240 V3~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
N
4
3
L1
380-415 V3N~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
2
N
380-415 V2N~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
B
220-240 V2~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
220-240 V~ H05RR-F 2.5mm
1
- Lock-key
4
4
L3
2
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Notes
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Contact Us
Should you need to get in touch with us (UK and Northern Ireland only), please call
Stoves Customer Care Centre Helpline on:
0871 22 22 504
For customers outside the UK and Northern Ireland, please contact your local supplier.
Use the space below to record the model and serial numbers for your appliance, this will
help us to process your call.
Model No
Serial No
Glen Dimplex Home Appliances Limited is the owner of the New World brand and is part
of the Glen Dimplex group of companies.
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