FREESTANDING OVEN 54CM CERAMIC

Model:
FREESTANDING OVEN 54CM HOTPLATE
FREESTANDING OVEN 54CM CERAMIC
Contents
Conditions of use..........................................................................................................................3
Safety precautions........................................................................................................................3
Other important safety information.............................................................................................3
Warnings for use of grill, oven, and appliance hob...................................................................4
Disposal of packaging ................................................................................................................4
Installation, cleaning and servicing............................................................................................5
Product description......................................................................................................................6
First time use of the appliance....................................................................................................9
Using the oven............................................................................................................................10
Using the grill...............................................................................................................................14
Using the hotplates of your cooker...........................................................................................15
Using the hotplate gas burners.................................................................................................17
Fitting oven accessories and cleaning.....................................................................................18
Solving problems.........................................................................................................................22
Installing cooker – power connections.....................................................................................23
Installing the gas cooker............................................................................................................24
Testing the operation of the gas cooker...................................................................................26
Installing your new cooker.........................................................................................................27
Technical specifications.............................................................................................................30
Notes............................................................................................................................................33
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We recommend that you read the instructions in this Manual carefully before use for the best performance and to
extend the life of your appliance, as it will provide you with all the instructions you require to ensure its safe installation,
use and maintenance. Always keep this Manual close to hand since you may need to refer to it in the future. Thank
you.
Conditions of use
This appliance is intended to be used for domestic use, not commercial use.
Safety precautions
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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.
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Warning – ensure that no downward pressure is
applied to the oven door when open. In particular,
DO NOT ALLOW a child to climb on to open oven
door
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Warning - accessible parts can become hot during
use, especially the oven door. To avoid burns,
young children MUST BE KEPT AWAY.
•
Young children should be supervised to ensure they
do not play with this appliance.
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During use this appliance becomes hot. Care
should be taken to avoid touching hot external and
internal surfaces when in use. Use oven gloves.
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The cooktop area including the entire hob will
become very hot when in use. Care MUST BE
TAKEN when using this part of the appliance.
•
Install cooker, shelving and fittings in accordance
with this Manual.
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Ensure all specified vents, openings and air spaces
are not blocked.
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To ensure your safety, all electric appliances should
only be installed or serviced by qualified persons. If
the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced a
service agent or similarly qualified person in order to
avoid a hazard.
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Important Notice - This Upright Cooker must
be fitted securely using the supplDo not spray
aerosols in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in
operation.
•
Do not store flammable materials in the appliance or
near this appliance.
•
Do not operate any gas appliance if the smell of gas
persists.
•
Do not modify this appliance.
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Appliance must be installed according to current
laws and regulations by qualified tradesmen/
Installers.
•
Gas models are NOT APPROVED for installation in
marine craft, caravans or mobile homes.
The Manufacturers and Importers / Distributors
and Retailers shall not be liable to any legal liability,
personal injury and property damage due to
incorrect operation or incorrect Installation.
Other important safety information
According to the electrical safety regulations
the appliance equipment must be properly
earthed.
This appliance must not be used as a space
heater.
Do not obstruct the ventilation slots on front
or back of appliance.
Do not use corrosive cleaners e.g. oven
cleaners that contain caustic soda.
Do not remove any labels or use abrasive/
corrosive cleaners on.
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Installation, cleaning and servicing
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An authorised person must install this appliance.
(Certificate of Compliance to be retained).
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Before using the appliance, ensure that all packing
materials are removed from the appliance.
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In order to avoid any potential hazard, the
Installation Instructions must be followed.
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In order to avoid accidental tipping of the appliance
(for example, by a child climbing onto the open
oven door), the anti tilt bracket and stability bolt
must be installed propoerly and securely to the floor.
•
Where the appliance is installed next to cabinets,
the cabinet material must be capable of
withstanding 85º.
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Only authorised personnel should carry out
servicing (Certificate of Compliance to be retained).
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WARNING - Always ensure the appliance is
switched off before cleaning or any maintenance is
carried out such as changing of light globes.
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DO NOT use abravise type cleaner or caustic sodabased cleaners. Using warm soapy water after the
appliance has cooled somewhat, followed by a dry
cloth is suitable.
•
DO NOT use sharp metal scrapers to clean oven
door as they can scratch the surface , which may
result in shattering of the glass.
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DO NOT use steam cleaners as a method to clean
this appliance.
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Always clean the appliance immediately after any
food spillage.
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To be serviced only by an authorized person.
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Appliances requiring connection to 220-240V and
must be earthed.
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Gas models are NOT APPROVED for installation in
marine craft, caravans or mobile homes.
Product description (Rear Control Models)
Description of cooker with separate grill
and rear controls
1. Hob (Solid, coil and ceramic)
2. Heat shield (coil element models only)
3. Telescopic runner
4. Grill drawer
5. Oven shelf (2 supplied)
6. Enamelled oven baking tray (1 supplied)
7. Oven inner door glass
8. Oven door
9. Control panel
10. Grill element (inside compartment)
11. Grill tray wire rack insert (reversible to adjust height)
12. Fan & element cover
13. Oven rear fan forced element
14. Hidden oven base element
15. Rear adjustable anti slip feet (2)
16. Anti tilt floor bracket
17. Kick panel (stability bolt located behind kick panel)
18. Front adjustable anti slip feet (2)
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FREESTANDING OVEN 54CM HOTPLATE
FREESTANDING OVEN 54CM CERAMIC
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First time use of the appliance
Preparing your appliance for the first
time
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Ensure shelf orientation is correct (refer picture).
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Please wipe out the oven interior prior to operation
with warm soapy water and polish dry with a soft
clean cloth.
•
The shelf has a safety bar fitted to reduce the risk
of dishes sliding off the shelf, this is the rear of the
shelf
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New appliances can have an odour during first
operation from components manufactured with the
aid of oils. It is recommended to ‘run in’ your oven
before you cook for the first time. Run the an empty
oven at 180°C for approximately 1 to 2 hours.
Ensure that the room is well ventilated.
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Slide into oven at an angle until raised back of shelf
is past the stop on side runners.
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Lower front of shelf and push in until stop is
reached.
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NOTE: The top ledge is not a shelf position
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Please install oven furniture as outlined in the
“Fitting Oven Accessories and Cleaning” section.
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If your appliance is fitted with solid hotplates, turn
heat setting to high for 3 minutes to fully harden the
coating. When cooled, apply a thin coating of
cooking oil to seal the surface.
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The grill element may have oils left on the grill during
manufacture. Before you cook on the grill for the
first time, turn on for 15 minutes with 10mm of
water in the bottom of the grill dish.
Fitting oven shelves
120 Minute Timer models
Timer
Oven shelf positions
If your upright cooker is fitted with a 120 minute timer
you must select a cooking time or turn the knob
clockwise to the ‘ ’ symbol to operate. If either of
these are not selected the oven will not heat.
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The main oven has 5 shelf positions to chosse from.
Position 1 is the position at the bottom of the oven
and position 5 is located at the highest point of the
oven
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The 5 position side rack system can house both the
standard oven shelves and baking tray.
Level 5
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
Level 1
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Using the oven
Oven safety warnings
Bottom Element with Fan (Pizza) Cooking “
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Always follow the instructions for putting the shelves
and side racks into the oven, to avoid accidents.
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DO NOT line the oven with foil, it will damage the
enamel coating.
The bottom heating element and the fan come on.
Suitable for pastries, pizzas, cakes and puddings in
baking tins or moulds
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DO NOT place cookware or anything else on the
bottom of oven as trapped heat will damage the
oven enamel coating.
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DO NOT touch the hot surfaces or heating elements
inside the oven.
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DO NOT use the oven door as a shelf.
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DO NOT push down or sit on the open oven door.
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DO NOT place shelves on top of upper most shelf
runner as there are no stops for shelf withdrawal.
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Do not use lowest shelf position
Fan-forced Cooking “
”
The rear circular heating element and the fan come on
to make heat distributed more uniformly throughout the
oven. Ideal for cooking on more than one level at a time.
This mode is ideal for general purpose cooking such as
baking cakes, muffins and roasting meat. Cooki on
multiple shelf positions at the same time.
Defrosting Mode “
”
Only the fan operates. It is located on the back of
the oven, causing makes the air to circulate at room
temperature around the food. This is recommended for
the defrosting of all types of food, but in particular for
delicate types of food which do not require subsequent
cooking, such as for example: ice cream cakes, cream
or custard desserts, fruit cakes. By using this mode, the
defrosting time is approximately halved.
Operation
Set: 1) Oven Function 2) Temperature
3) Cooking time
1) Oven Function Knob
Function
2) Oven Temperature (thermostat) Knob
Oven
Description of each oven function (mode)
Lamp “
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Selection of cooking temperature is carried out
by turning the knob clockwise to the required
temperature, between 60ºC to MAX.
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If the appliance is electric the “oven indicator lamp”
will come on when the oven is heating up. When
it goes out it means that it reaches the required
temperature. The oven indicator lamp going ‘on &
off’ during use is then normal. This means that oven
temperature is being constantly maintained at the
selected level.
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The lamp of the oven is on. No heating elements are on.
Conventional cooking / no fan
(uses hidden bottom element) “
”
Suitable for cakes, biscuits, slow cooking and ideal
for blind baking. Good for slow cooking at lower
tempeartures (below 150 degrees celcius).
Do not use lowest shelf position as base of food can
burn as it is close to the element.
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Using the oven
3) Set Cooking Time
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120 Minute Ringer Timer with “Oven ON/OFF”
Timer
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Operating oven without Timer - Turn knob
counterclockwise to “
” symbol. The oven will
operate with use of the timer function.
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Operating oven using the Timer - To set the timer,
simply turn the knob clockwise to the required
number of minutes. The timer will automatically shut
down the oven after the set minutes and the timer
will ring at the same time.
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NOTE: For any time below fifteen minutes turn the knob
past the fifteen then turn it back to the required number
of minutes. When the timer returns to zero, the timer
gives a short ring.
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Using the oven
Oven cooking guide
The following cooking guide is intended as a rough guide only. You may be required to set oven 10-20 degrees above
or below this guide to get the result you want. Also adjustments may be needed to the cooking time to suit personal
expectations. If you are new to using a Fan Forced oven It is advisable to make these adjustments until you get to
know the way yoor oven performs. If following cookbook recipes or pre-packaged goods you should read carefully
their cooking times guidelines.
For best results when baking, preheat your oven for 15-20 minutes.
Conventional Oven / Pizza
Food
Temperature (ºC)
Oven shelf
position
Plain or fruit scones
Fan forced mode
Temperature(ºC)
Time in
minutes
Oven shelf
position
200
Any
10-15
Rolled biscuits
170
2-3
150
Any
10-15
Spooned biscuits
190
2-3
180
Any
12-15
Shortbread biscuits
160
2-3
150
Any
30-35
Hard individual meringues
110
2
100
Any
90
Soft individual meringues
180
2
165
Any
15-20
Pavlova
110
2
100
Any
75
Patty cakes
190
2-3
170
Any
15-20
Sponge
180
2-3
170
Any
20-30
Plain butter cake
180
2
170
Any
25-40
Rich fruit cake
140
2
130
Any
180
Short crust cornish pasty
180-200
2*
160
Any
40-45
Short crust custard tart
180-220
2*
170-200
Any
20-30
Cream puffs
210
2
200
Any
25-30
Yeast bread
210
2*
200
Any
25-30
Pizza
215
2*
205
Any
12-20
* When using
you could use position 3 of the oven
Meat/Poultry/Fish
Fan Forced - Rec. Temp (ºC)
Minutes per kilogram
Rare
180
35-40
Medium
180
45-50
Well done
180
55-60
Medium
180
40
Well done
180
60
Veal
170
60
Pork
200
60
Chicken
180
45-60
Duck
180
60-70
Turkey
180
Fish
160-170
Beef
Lamb
40–45 (less than 10kg)
35–40 (more than 10kg)
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Understanding cooking problems
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Using the oven
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 under cooked
Cakes fallen in centre
Roast meat and potatoes
not browning in fan oven
Causes
What to do
Incorrect shelf position
Select shelf that puts food in centre of oven
Oven tray too large
Remove oven tray. Use smaller trays or dishes
Trays not in centre
Put trays in centre
Oven fan causing uneven browning or small
cakes to lean over
Rotate food during cooking, or use Conventional
Mode (i.e. no fan)
Oven not preheated
Preheat the oven
Baking tins too large (diameter) for recipe
Use correct size tins
Fan-forced mode with oven temperature too
high
Check recipe. Reduce oven temperature by
10 – 20 or more
Cooking time too long
Next time, shorten cooking time
Baking tins not evenly spaced
Stagger baking tins at least 3cm between tins and
the oven walls
Items to be cooked are not evenly sized or
spaced on trays
Make into same size and shape and spread
evenly over trays
Baking tins too large (diameter)
Use correct size tins
Baking tins are dark metal or glass
Change to shiny, light tins or lower the
temperature by 10°-20 C
Food too low in oven
Cook one shelf higher
Oven door opened too frequently during
baking
Don’t open the oven door until at least half the
cooking time has passed
Baking temperature too high
Lower the temperature
Oven tray blocking heat (below thermostat)
Use higher shelf position for oven tray
Baking temperature too high
Lower the temperature
Food too low in oven
Cook one shelf higher
Cake batter over mixed
Mix just long enough to combine the ingredients
Baking tin too deep or wrong size
Check size of tin and use recommended size
Baking tins dark
Change to shiny light tins
Baking temperature too low
Raise the temperature
Food too low in oven
Cook one shelf higher
Baking time too short
Increase cooking time
Incorrect baking tin size
Use correct size tin
Baking temperature too low
Raise the temperature
Baking time too short
Increase cooking time
Proportions of ingredients incorrect for recipe
Check recipe
Opening door too early during baking
Do not open door until the last quarter of
cooking time
Poor hot air circulation
Elevate food onto a rack to allow air circulation
Oven temperature is too low
Increase temperature to 200 - 220
Not long enough in oven
Continue cooking for another 15+ minutes
NOTE: Condensation on oven door is normal, especially when kitchen is cold
Also spacing and size of food on trays and the number of baking dishes in the oven can affect air circulation.
Grill safety warnings
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Using the grill
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Using the grill
Always turn off the grill immediately after you have
finished cooking and pull drawer out or remove
grill tray otherwise fat left in the tray in the hot grill
compartment will continue to smoke or could catch
fire.
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Ensure grill wire rack is turned over to ‘high’ position
in the enamel grill tray for toast, food less than
20mm thick, or turned over to ‘low’ position for
food 20-30mm thick.
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Turn the grill control knob to adjust the temperature
to get the desired result. Eg, toast 4 or 5, meat 6 or
7.
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Ensure that the enamelled grill tray is positioned
correctly on the pins located on the telescopic
side runners. Insert the grill rack insert, choosing
height level required for food being grilled, into the
enamelled grill tray and close the grill drawer fully.
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Wash grill tray & grill insert after every use.
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Grill insert rack can be inverted…..to provide 2
different settings for the distance from top of food to
the grill element.
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DO NOT line the grill rack with foil.
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DO NOT leave the grill unattended and check
progress of cooking every 1 – 2 minutes (especially
bread).
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DO NOT try to grill place food more than 25mm
thick. Food may catch fire. Trim excess fat from
fatty type meats to reduce any risk of fire.
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Preheat the grill. After 3 minutes, open the grill
drawer and place food onto grill rack insert.
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Close the grill drawer.
Do not store flammable materials near the grill.
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In the process of grilling, slide out the grill drawer
every 1 minute to check progress of toast, every
2-3 minutes for meats..
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Grill information
Handling grilling problems
Grill
Problem
Grilled meats
burnt on
outside and
raw in centre
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The grill function is suitable for tender cuts of
meat, steak, chops, sausages, fish, bread, cheese
toasties and other quick-cooking foods.
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Preheat for 3 minutes.
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Place food once the grill chamber afetr pre-heating
is finished
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The grill drawer door must be closed during grilling.
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Excess grill
smoke
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Causes
What to do
Meat too
close to grill
Use inverted wire rack
insert and / or reduce
temperature setting
Build-up of
fats in grill
Clean grill enamelled
tray and wire rack after
every use
Trim fat from meat prior
to cooking
Grilled steaks
and chops
curling
Cut slits into fat with
knife towards meat or
remove all fat prior to
grilling
Using the hotplates of your cooker
Hotplates safety warnings
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DO NOT use pots and pans which are unsteady, as
these could overbalance.
•
DO NOT use mats or heat diffusers on top of
hotplates. These will cause a temperature build-up
which can damage the cook top.
•
DO NOT turn on hotplates if there is no pot or pan
on hotplate or if they do not contain food or liquids
in them.
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DO NOT let cooking pots overhang sides or front of
hob as they can radiate too much heat onto control
knobs or bench top surfaces.
Using the hotplates of your electric
cooker
Check the hotplates on your cooker against the
diagrams below before you use your cooker for the first
time.
Radiant hotplates
Ceramic hotplates
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DO NOT use if the ceramic glass top is cracked or
broken.
•
DO NOT leave aluminium foil on the hot ceramic
hotplates (permanent damage will occur)
NOTE: Stored heat in the hotplate can be used for
the last few minutes of cooking. Simply turn off the
control.
Choosing Cooking Pots
Look at this diagram below which shows you which
cooking pot and pans to use on the hotplates and
which ones that should not be used.
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Always use pots and pans with flat bottoms.
Uneven or thin bottoms will waste energy and cook
slowly.
•
Always use pots and pans which are slightly larger
than the hotplate. Small pans waste energy.
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Always put dry pots and pans on the hotplates.
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Do not use pots and pans which are too large. Pans
which overhang the hotplate more than 50 mm can
damage the hob or surrounding surfaces.
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The high-speed radiant hotplates heat rapidly from
a cold start.
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The radiant elements can be unplugged and the
trim rings can be removed for cleaning the spillage
bowls
Using the hotplates of your cooker
Solid hotplates
Ceramic hotplates
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The strong solid-cast hotplates give wide contact
for fast, efficient cooking.
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The hotplates are sealed all around which means
that spilt liquids do not go under the hotplates.
DO NOT use the cook top if the glass is cracked.
Contact the service department immediately to
have this repaired.
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The ceramic cook top is made from ceramic glass,
a tough, durable material that withstands heating
and cooling without breaking.
•
However, it must be remembered that as it is glass,
it may break.
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The smooth glass surface has a pattern to show
where the elements under the glass are located.
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When a hotplate is on, the hot surface warning
light will come on. After switching off, this light
will continue to glow until the temperature of the
hotplate drops below 60°C.
Before first use
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The top surface of the hotplates are sealed with a
heat resistant coating. Before using for the first time
the hotplates should be heated for a short period
without a pan to harden the protective coating.
Turn the heat setting to high for approx. 3 minutes
to fully harden the coating. When the hotplates have
cooled apply a thin coating of cooking oil to the
hotplate to seal and protect the surface.
Care of the hotplates
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Care of ceramic glass surface
Ensure that spills from oil and water are cleaned
once hotplates are cool enough to do so. If water
remains on the hotplates, rust spots may appear
over time.
Over time, the hotplates can discolour from spills
during cooking. We recommend to use Hillmark
‘Shine On’ hotplate protector, on a regular basis
to extend the life of the hotplates and reduce the
risk of rusting as this forms a protective waterproof
coating on the hotplates. This can be purchased
from major hardware outlets and supermarkets.
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Ensure that spills from sugary substances are
cleaned as soon as possible after spillage as sugar
can damage the ceramic glass surface over time.
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A glass scraper should be used to remove burnt
on and very stubborn spills created during cooking,
Warm soapy water, followed by wiping with a dry
soft cloth is fine for daily cleaning.
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Periodic care, approximately once a month, should
be carried on the ceramic glass surface. We
recommend the use of Hillmark ‘Cerapol’ ceramic
cooktop cleaner to remove stubborn stains.
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To maintain and protect the ceramic glass surface
over time Hillmark ‘Ceraseal’ ceramic cooktop
protector is recommended. This silicon based
product creates a thin film of the ceramic glass
surface.
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Scratches can appear on the glass surface although
do not effect the use of the cooktop.
Fitting oven accessories and cleaning
Safety warnings about cleaning
•
Always make sure that the cooker is turned off
before cleaning.
•
Always clean cooker immediately after use.
•
Use of steam cleaners is prohibited to clean this
applaince.
•
Do not use caustic - based cleaners. These will
damage aluminum parts, and remove enamel gloss.
Ceramic hotplates
Cleaning the enamel
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Keep enamel clean by wiping it with a soft cloth
dipped in warm soapy water.
•
Rub difficult stains with a nylon scourer or creamed
powder cleanser.
•
Do not use abrasive cleaners, dry powder cleaners,
steel wool or wax polishes.
•
If you use an oven cleaner, then follow the
instructions on the product carefully.
Cleaning the control panel
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Make sure control knobs are in off position.
•
Clean the control panel by wiping it with a soft cloth
dipped in warm soapy water and squeezed dry.
•
Take care when cleaning around knobs to ensure
printing on control panel is not removed, this can
occur if abrasive cleaners are used, therefore,
should not used at all.
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Remove all spilt food with the razor blade scraper
supplied while the hotplate is still warm turned off) –
NOT HOT.
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If aluminium foil, plastic items or foods with a high
sugar content melt onto glass, use the razor blade
scraper to remove immediately before the hotplate
has cooled, otherwise pitting of the surface may
occur. High sugar content foods include jam, fruit,
carrots, tomatoes and peas.
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When the ceramic hotplate has cooled, wipe clean
with dishwashing detergent on a damp cloth.
NOTE: Do not use abrasive sponges or scourers,
oven sprays or stain removers on ceramic
hotplates. These may damage, scratch or stain the
ceramic cook top. Any pitting, staining or scratching
will not be covered by warranty.
Cleaning the electric cook top
Radiant hotplates
These coiled hotplates are self cleaning. To clean the
trim rings, lift front of element and remove trim ring.
Then wash in warm, soapy water. To clean the spillage
bowl, lift element and pull out of socket. Remove
spillage bowl and wash in warm soapy water
DO NOT PUT ELEMENTS IN WATER!
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Fitting oven accessories and cleaning
Cleaning the oven door / How to remove the oven doors
For a more thorough clean, you can remove and disassemble the oven door. Proceed as follows:
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Open the door to the full extent (fig. 1)
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Open the lever A completely on the left and right hinges (fig. 2)
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Hold the door as shown in (fig. 3) approximatley 30 degree angle upwards
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Gently close the door (fig. 3) until left and right hinge levers A (fig. 2) are hooked to part B (fig. 2) of the door
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Withdraw the hinge hooks from their location following arrow C (fig. 4)
•
Rest the door on a soft surface, to reduce risk of damage to the door
•
To replace the door, repeat the above steps in reverse order
Removing the Inner Pane of Glass
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Triple Glazed oven door: Remove the top frame (G) by unscrewing the 2 screws, located on the left and right sides
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Gently pull out the inner pane of glass (fig. 2). Also remove the centre pane of door glass, not shown here.
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Clean the glass panes with an appropriate cleaner. Dry thoroughly, and place on a soft surface.
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Now you can also clean the inside of the outer glass.
Cleaning the door glass
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Clean the glass door using non-abrasive products or sponges and dry it with a soft cloth.
Fig. 2
Fig. 1
G
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Do not use the oven without the inner door panes fitted correctly. When re-fitting inner glass door panes ensure
they go back in facing the same way they came out. The doors are coated with a very slight reflective coating to
reflect the heat back into the oven cavity and keep the outer door cooler to touch.
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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.
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Fitting oven accessories and cleaning
Replacing the Oven Lamp
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Disconnect the oven from the power supply at the
fuse-box by means of the switch used to connect
the appliance to the electrical mains or unplug the
appliance if a gas model.
•
Remove the glass cover of the lamp-holder by
rotating anti-clockwise. Be aware that the glass
may be difficult to remove if there is a build up of oil
and grease created during cooking. In this case the
glass may need to be cleaned with hot soapy water
to break this build up.
•
Remove the lamp and replace with a lamp resistant
to high temperatures (300ºC) with the following
characteristics:
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Voltage: 220-240V
•
Wattage: 25W
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Type: E 14
Replace the glass cover. Reconnect the appliance
to the mains power supply.
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Solving Problems
If you have a problem with your appliance, check the table below before calling service. You may be able to avoid a
service call by and avoid unnecessary inconvenience and expense.
For cooking problems, refer to Handling Baking Problems.
Problem
Causes
What to do
Power not turned on or connected
Switch on electricity
Household fuse blown
Check fuses
Circuit breaker tripped
Check circuit breaker
Spark plug is wet or dirty
Dry or clean spark plug
Gas supply valve is turned off
Turn on gas supply
burner crown & cap not positioned correctly
Remove parts and refit carefully
Port blockage in ignition area
Make sure that ports and ignition area are clean and dry
Digital Clock not set properly
Refer to digital timer instructions
120 min Timer not in “Manual” position
Refer to 120 min timer instructions
Power not turned on
Switch on electricity
Household fuse blown
Check fuses
Controls incorrectly set
Reset controls
Circuit breaker tripped
Check circuit breaker
Power not turned on
Switch on electricity
Household fuse blown
Check fuses
Circuit breaker tripped
Check circuit breaker
Lamp blown or loose in socket
Replace or tighten globe
No fault if you are using temps > 180 with
conventional or pizza mode slected, this is normal
It can take a long time (50 - 70 mins or more) for the oven
indicator lmap to go OFF / start cycling.
Heat escaping through incorrectly
sealed door
Check shelves or dishes are not preventing door closing
properly, Check that door is fitted properly after door removal
for cleaning
Door seal is worn or has moved
Replace seal or refit it
Digital timer display
flashing
Power failure or interruption
Reset time of day
Household fuse blown or power
supply is off
Check fuses, power supply
Unit smoking when first
used
Protective oils being removed
This is normal
No spark obtained when
gas burner knob is
pushed / turned
Burner will not light even
though spark can be
seen/heard
Oven or grill not working
Oven light not working
‘Oven heating’ indicator
lamp does not go OFF
Oven not hot enough
Odour on first use of
oven
This is normal
Allow 1–4 hours for odour to dissipate (open all windows)
120 minute timer buzzer
not audible
Timer not wound sufficiently
Turn timer knob past 15 minute mark
Then turn to the required number of minutes
Oven shelf tight
Oven shelf not inserted correctly, may be upside
down or back to front
Remove shelf and insert as per diagram
Clock display off
Household fuse blown or power
supply is off
Check fuses, power supply
NOTE: Only service centers should carry out servicing. Otherwise warranty may be void.
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Installing cooker – power connections
Fitting on a Power Supply Cable
WARNING:
Installtion MUST ONLY be carried out by a qualified approved installer, ie. an Electrician.
Connecting appropriate power supply ` terminal boar d/ connector block:
NOTE:
REFER to TECHNICAL tables at the rear of this manual for correct rating for your
corresponding model purchased.
•
Using a screwdriver, prize open tabs of the Terminal board cover.
•
Remove the wire clamp screw.
•
Fasten the wires beneath the corresponding screw heads, using brass ‘bridge’ for single phase supply.
•
Fasten cable clamp and close the cover of the terminal board.
•
The AC power supply should be 220-240V, 50Hz. For electric cookers, the minimum 45A fuse, or at least 45A a
distribution circuit breaker. For gas cookers, the minimum 20A fuse, or at least 20A circuit breaker.
WARNING: Connect the power cord must be in accordance with the instructions listed in the table below
Wire cross-sectional
area (mm2)
Connection mode
L1
L2
N
E
1N~
Min6
—
Min6
Min6
2N~
Min1.5
Min2.5
Min6
Min6
Connecting the supply cable to the mains
Install an approved circuit breaker with a minimum contact opening of 3 mm, between the appliance and the mains
fuse box. The circuit breaker should be sized according to the load and should comply with current regulations (the
earth wire should not be interrupted by the circuit breaker).
The supply cable should be positioned so that it does not reach a temperature of more than 50ºC with respect to the
room temperature, anywhere along its length Before switching fuse ON in meter-box check:
•
Earth continuity. The electrical safety of this appliance can only be guaranteed if the cooker is correctly installed
and earthed, in compliance with regulations on electrical installations.
•
The electrical capacity of the system and sockets will support the maximum power of the appliance, as indicated
on the data plate
•
Go to section 19 “Installing your new cooker”
NOTE: All Upright cookers must comply to local regulations to Australian Stanadrd AS/NZS 3000:2007
guidelines. Qualified Electrician will have a copy of these guides that MUST be adhered to.
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Installing your new cooker
Safety warnings about installation
Unpacking and installation Instructions
for Installer
•
The cooker MUST BE installed and serviced only by
an authorised person.
•
A certificate of compliance must be supplied by
installer and is to be kept by the customer.
•
Please check the product and make sure that there
is no damage.
•
The packing materials must be removed before you
install the cooker.
•
Read the relevant Installation Sections of this
Manual relating to your Model and type of cooker.
•
You must follow the installation instructions in this
booklet.
•
•
The surrounding kitchen cabinets MUST BE able to
withstand 95°C. We will not accept responsibility
for damage caused by installation in to kitchen
cabinets which cannot withstand 95°C.
Confirm that product is compatible with available
electrical / gas supply. Ensure proposed installation
position does not conflict with Installation Sections.
•
Check the attachment packing in good condition,
complete accessories.
•
Use screw driver to remove Anti-tilt floor bracket
screwed onto the rear of the cooker.
•
The appliance must not be installed in a corner. It
must be installed at least 100mm from the side wall.
•
The flexible pipe for gas models must have sufficient
loops so the cooker can be moved for service.
•
The vents; openings and air spaces MUST NOT be
blocked.
•
The anti-tilt floor bracket must be installed to avoid
accidental tipping.
•
The stability bolt must be installed to avoid
accidental moving.
•
You must not pull the cooker by the door handles.
•
Power socket, if provided for gas models, and
electricity isolation switch for electric models and
gas models without a 20A plug, is to be installed
in an accessible position near the cooker (but not
behind cooker).
•
Unpacking
Packaging of
Front control models
If the supply cord or cable is damaged, it must be
replaced by an approved service agent or a similarly
qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
Packaging of
Rear control models
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Installing your new cooker
Locating the cooker
Study the diagrams below to be sure of the dimensions
required to locate the cooker safely. Make sure that
the top of the cooker is at least 10mm higher than the
level of the bench tops. Unscrew leveling legs by about
10mm to give clearance to the anti-tilt floor bracket.
The appliance has been designed to fit in a 550mm
wide gap in kitchen cabinets. The cooker may also be
installed at the end of a line of benches or with a free
space on either side.
NOTE: To ensure cooker stability, both the anti-tilt
floor bracket and anti-movement / stability bolt (this
is fitted to the cooker during and located behind the
kick panel) must be installed on all cookers (electric
and gas).
Rear control models
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Installing your new cooker
Installation Sequence
•
Determine position of cooker and ant-tilt floor
bracket.
•
Mark position of holes that need to be drilled into
floor.
•
Drill holes with correct type drill suitable for floor
type.
•
Securely fix the anti-tilt plate to the floor with
appropriate fasteners.
•
Stability bolt is fitted during production to front of
cooker behind kick panel. Remove door from oven,
unscrew kick panel from the top and remove kick
panel to locate stability bolt.
•
Reposition the cooker back into the anti-tilt floor
bracket and then mark the position for hole in floor
to house the stability bolt.
•
Pull the cooker back out and drill the bolt location
hole. Use a 10mm masonry or wood drill,
depending on floor type. When drilling into concrete
ensure a minimum hole depth of 30mm.
•
Reposition the cooker back into the anti-tilt plate,
aligning the stability bolt bracket with the 10mm
drilled hole. Then remove tape from stability bolt
and slide the bolt through the bracket and into the
hole.
•
Connect Electricity supply/gas supply but do not
turn on until installation is completed.
•
Slide the cooker back into the anti-tilt plate so that
rear cover rests against the rear wall. Then check
the height and level of the cooker.
If required, pull the cooker back out and adjust the
leveling feet as required.
25mm from side of
bracket on both sides
to cupboards or walls
Kick Panel
Stability
Bolt
Stability
Bolt Bracket
Stability Bolt
Hole in Floor
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Technical speci
cations
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Model
Coil element model
oven capacity (L)
83
grill capacity (L)
20
voltage (v)
220-240
frequency (Hz)
50/60
circuit breaker (A)
(9.37kW) 39.04 Amp
oven power (W)
1710-2030
grill power (W)
1650-1800
hob power (W)
6000
product dimension (mm)
540*630*1140
package size (mm)
636*740*1200
gross/net weight (kg)
63.5/54
Model
Ceramic model
oven capacity (L)
83
grill capacity (L)
20
voltage (v)
220-240
frequency (Hz)
50/60
circuit breaker (A)
(9.07kW) 37.79 Amp
oven power (W)
1710-2030
grill power (W)
1650-1800
hob power (W)
5400
product dimension (mm)
540*630*1140
package size (mm)
636*740*1200
gross/net weight (kg)
65.5/56
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