Electric built-in cooking hob
This electric built-in cooktop is manufactured for
domestic use only.
Our appliances are packed in environmentally
friendly materials which may be recycled,
deposited or destroyed without any hazard to the
environment. Such packaging materials are also
labelled accordingly.
Once the life cycle of your appliance is over,
ensure you do not to pollute the environment.
Deliver it to an authorised collector of used
household appliances.
Instructions for use
Instructions for use have been prepared for the
user, and describe the appliance and the way it is
handled. These instructions are intended for
various types of the appliance, so you may find
some descriptions for the functions that your
particular appliance may not have.
Instructions for connecting the
appliance
The connections must be carried out in
accordance with the instructions supplied with the
appliance, and in compliance with the recognised
standards.
Connections must be performed by qualified
personnel only.
Rating plate
Rating plate with the basic information is fixed to
the bottom side of the hob.
Electric built-in cooking hob ..........................3
Cleaning and maintenance ............................. 6
Cooktop hotplates
Instructions for use
Instructions for connecting the appliance
Rating plate
Safety precautions............................................4
Technical information .....................................4
Regulation of hotplates....................................5
Cookware..........................................................5
Energy saving tips
Installation instructions.................................. 7
Caution !
Dimensions of the built-in hob opening
Installation procedure
Connecting the cooktop to the mains power
supply ............................................................... 8
Warning
Connection
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Safety precautions
• To avoid any possible hazard, the appliance
must be installed by qualified personnel only.
• Particular cooktop areas (especially the
hotplates) may become very hot during
operation. Do not let small children in the
vicinity of the cooker and warn them about the
danger of burns.
• Hot grease is highly flammable, so pay extra
attention when preparing food with grease or
oil. Frying in fat or oil (chips) must be carried
out under constant surveillance.
• Hotplates should not be operated without
dishes placed on top. Never use the appliance
for heating of the room.
• In case of any detected malfunction
immediately disconnect the appliance from the
mains supply and call your nearest authorised
Kleenmaid agent on 1300 652 100.
Technical information
Type
Dimensions of the appliance
(H/W/D (mm)
Electrical connection
Operating voltage
Total mains power
Switch types
Cooking zones
rear left
front left
front right
rear right
Total power (kW)
CH 605SW/SX (EVK61)
95/600/530
3N AC 400, 50 Hz
230 V
max. 7,0 kW
S=gradual increase
N=normal hotplate
B=extra fast hotplate
145/1,5/B
180/2,0/B
145/1,5/B
180/2,0/B
7,0
Warning! The appliance is not intended for
use by young children or infirm persons without
supervision.
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Regulation of hotplates
Hotplates are regulated with knobs incorporated
in the control panel.
Yellow signal lamp is on if at least one hotplate is
in operation.
Knobs are marked with numbers from 1 to 6,
indicating the heating power of the hotplates.
Number 1 indicates the lowest heating power and
number 6 the highest, while number 0 indicates
that the hotplate is off. Intermediate heating levels
are regulated in steps. Step-regulated knobs may
be turned in both directions.
The hotplate is switched off completely by
selecting the position 0 of the knob.
Cookware
Use high quality cookware with flat and solid
bottom.
• During cooking place the pot in the middle of
the hotplate.
• When using special cookware made of heat
resistant glass or porcelain, always follow the
manufacturer's instructions.
• When cooking in a pressure cooker keep it
under constant surveillance until adequate
pressure is obtained. Hotplate should operate
at highest power at the beginning, then the
power should be reduced according to the
manufacturer's instructions.
Hotplates may be damaged:
• If switched on and left empty, without adequate
dish, or if an empty dish is placed upon it;
• If the cookware used is inadequate, for
example having crooked bottom, or if the
diameter of the bottom is too small for the
hotplate (coffee pot);
• Prior to placing the pot on the hotplate, wipe the
pot bottom dry to provide unobstructed thermal
conductivity and to prevent damage to the
hotplate.
Energy saving tips
• The best transfer of energy is obtained if the
bottom of the dish is slightly bent towards the
inside.
• The bottom diameter of the dish must suit the
diameter of the hotplate. The loss of energy is
greater if the dish is too small, and the hotplate
may be damaged.
• Use pot lids and cover your cookware
whenever possible.
• The dish size should always suit the quantity of
food. An excessively big pot for small quantity
of food wastes too much energy.
• Dishes requiring long preparation should be
prepared in the pressure cooker.
• Vegetables, potatoes, etc. may be cooked with
reduced quantity of water. The cooking is
shorter, however, the lid must be tightly placed
upon the dish. Once the water has reached the
point of boiling reduce the cooking power and
continue with slow boiling.
• Reduce power regulation towards the end of
cooking, and switch the hotplate off 5-10
minutes before cooking is complete, to be able
to use the remaining heat.
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Cleaning and maintenance
The appliance should be cleaned with warm
water, liquid detergent and soft cloth. Never use
aggressive cleaners and sharp objects. Burned or
dried food particles should be moistened with a
wet cloth and softened with an appropriate
cleansing agent.
Stainless steel surfaces must be cleaned with
special cleaners for stainless steel. Apply a fine
layer of cleaner with a dry, absorbent cloth to the
dried and cooled surface. Rub in the direction of
the surface treatment. Stubborn stains should be
removed with wet cloth and then rubbed dry with
a dry cloth.
Cooktop hotplates
Cool the hotplates to at least 50°C before
starting to clean them!
• Food leftovers on the hotplates should be
removed with a soft wet cloth or sponge. To
maintain the appearance of hotplates you may
use a few drops of special hotplate agent and
rub it in. Never apply butter, lard and the like, as
it may provoke corrosion.
• Hotplate rims are made of stainless steel and
might assume yellow colour with time, because
of the temperature effect. This is a physical
phenomenon, and it may be partly removed
with the appropriate metal-cleaning agents. Mild
cleansing agents will not remove the yellow
film, while the aggressive abrasive cleaning
accessories might cause scratches.
• Hotplates and the surrounding area should be
cleaned with warm water, liquid detergent and a
soft cloth. Soak any stubborn dried stains with a
wet sponge. In case of a stainless steel cooktop
the hotplate surround may become yellow with
time. Remove the yellow colour with the usual
stainless steel cleansing agents.
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Installation instructions
Caution !
• Cabinetry into which the cooktop is installed
must be treated with temperature resistant
adhesives (100°C), otherwise they may
discolour or distort because of inadequate
temperature resistance.
• The cooking hob is intended for building into a
worktop of 60cm width or more above the
kitchen cabinetry.
• Kitchen cabinets must not be equipped with a
drawer. If the kitchen has a built-in horizontal
shelf, it must be at a distance of not less than
15 cm from the bottom surface of the worktop.
The space between the shelf and the cooktop
must be empty and may not be used for
storage of utensils.
• The use of hard wood decorative borders
around the worktop behind the appliance is
allowed. In such case the minimum distance
remains as indicated on the installation
illustrations.
• Minimum distance between the built-in cooktop
and rear wall is indicated in the illustration for
the installation of the built-in cooktop.
• The appliance may be installed in any worktop
with a thickness from 30 mm to 50 mm.
Dimensions of the built-in hob opening
Installation procedure
• Worktop must be placed absolutely horizontal.
• Suitably protect the edges of the cutout.
• Fasten the 4 supplied tightening brackets with
the 4 supplied screws to the front and the rear
side of the cooking hob and to the prepared
cutout.
• Connect the cooking hob to the mains power
supply and to the gas supply (see instructions
for the connection of the cooking hob to mains
power supply and gas supply)
• Stick the supplied self-adhesive seal to the
bottom edges of the cooking hob.
• Insert the hob into the cutout.
• Press the hob firmly towards the worktop from
above.
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Connecting the cooktop to the mains power
supply
Warning
• Electric connection must be carried out by
qualified service personnel only!
• Before connection, check whether the voltage
indicated on the rating plate corresponds to the
actual mains voltage.
• Mains lead should be minimum 1.5 m long, so
that the cooktop may be removed for servicing.
• Mains voltage of the user (240 V) must be
verified with the measuring device!
• Three separating switches should be placed in
accordance with the mains connection.
• Earthing wire should be installed in such
manner to be the last one pulled out in case the
safety relief device of the mains lead should fail.
Colour code
L1, L2 = exterior live wires, usually coloured
black, black, brown.
N = neutral
The colour is usually blue.
Beware of the correct N-connection!
Connection
Electrical connection must be carried out by
qualified service personnel only!
Wrong connection may permanently damage
parts of the appliance and render your
warranty void!
Prior to connection make sure the voltage from
the rating plate agrees with the existing mains
voltage supply. Mains voltage of the user (240 V)
must be verified with the measuring device!
• Open the connector at the bottom of the
cooktop by means of screwdriver and slightly
push it downwards. Release the brackets
located left and right of the connector.
• Mains lead must pass through the relief safety
device, protecting the mains lead cable from
disconnection.
• Connect the appliance according to one of the
illustrated possibilities.
• Tighten the relief device securely and close the
connector cover.
PE = earthing wire
The colour is green/yellow.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ALTER THE SPECIFICATIONS WITH NO INFLUENCE ON
THE OPERATION OF THE APPLIANCE.
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
DOMESTIC WARRANTY - FULL FIVE YEAR WARRANTY
In addition to all statutory rights which you, the Consumer, have under the relevant laws in respect
of this appliance, during the first five years of ownership as the original purchaser of this
Kleenmaid appliance, we guarantee that any fault caused by faulty material or workmanship
becoming apparent will be rectified free of charge for parts and labour, provided that all service is
performed during normal working hours by Kleenmaid or their designated Agents. Where the
appliance is installed outside the normal servicing area of the above, the Purchaser must pay for
the cost of transporting the appliance to and from the Agent or the Agent’s travelling cost to and
from the Purchaser’s home.
COMMERCIAL WARRANTY - ONE YEAR WARRANTY
When this appliance is installed in a commercial application, you, the Consumer, have under the
relevant laws in respect of this appliance, during your first one year of ownership as the original
purchaser of this Kleenmaid appliance, we guarantee that any fault caused by faulty material or
workmanship becoming apparent, will be rectified free of charge for parts and labour, provided that
all service is performed during normal working hours by Kleenmaid or their designated Agents.
Where the appliance is installed outside the normal servicing area of the above, the Purchaser
must pay for the cost of transporting the appliance to and from the Agent or the Agent’s travelling
cost to and from the Purchaser’s home.
WHAT THESE WARRANTIES DO NOT COVER
We are not responsible for any damage or malfunction unless caused by a defect in material or
workmanship. This includes but is not limited to abuse, misuse, improper installation and
transportation damage. We are not responsible for any consequential damages from any
malfunction.
The Consumer must make the appliance available for servicing and shall bear any costs incurred
for any de-installation and/or re-installation required to make the appliance available for servicing.
Kleenmaid is not liable for any consequential damage incurred during de-installation or reinstallation.
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER REPLACEMENT OF LIGHT
GLOBES OR GLASS BREAKAGE DUE TO IMPACT
In case of fractured glass do not use your appliance.
WARRANTY REGISTRATION
Please complete warranty details below. Please retain together with your proof of purchase document.
These documents will need to be viewed by our Service Representative should you request in warranty
service.
SERVICE ASSISTANCE
To assist you when phoning our After Sales Service number to arrange a service call please complete
the following details and have them ready when you call.
Model Number_____________________________Date of purchase____________________________
Kleenmaid Store purchased from_________________________Date of installation ________________
KLEENMAID AFTER SALES SERVICE
1300 652 100
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