INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR USING AND MAINTAINING
INDUCTION AND CERAMIC HOT PLATES TOUCH CONTROL
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Presentation
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Installation
Minimum distances
TEKA Oven
Units in mm.
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occur if inadverChildren must tently another pot or
Warning. If the not play with the pan is placed on it
within the detection
ceramic glass bre- device.
period. Prevent posaks or cracks, immeWarning. It is sible accidents!
diately unplug the
stovetop to avoid dangerous to cook
If the supply
with fat or oil without
electric shocks.
being present, as cord is damaged, it
This appliance is these may catch fire. must be replaced by
not designed to work NEVER try to extin- the manufacturer, its
with an external guish a fire with service agent or
timer (not built into water! In this event similarly qualified
the appliance) or a disconnect the devi- persons in order to
separate
remote ce and cover the fla- avoid hazard.
mes with a lid, a placontrol system.
WARNING: Use
te or a blanket.
only stovetop proDo not steam
Do not store any tectors designed by
clean this device.
object on the coo- appliance manufacThe device and king areas of the turer or indicated by
hob. the manufacturer in
its accessible parts induction
may heat up during Prevent possible fire the instructions for
use as adequate or
operation. Avoid tou- hazards.
stovetop protectors
ching the heating
The
induction incorporated into the
elements. Children
younger than 8 years generator complies device. The use of
old must stay away with current EU inadequate protecWe tors can cause accifrom the hob unless legislation.
recom- dents.
they are perma- however
mend that anyone
nently supervised.
It is necessary to
fitted with a device
This device may such as a pacemaker allow the appliance
solely be used by should refer to their disconnection after
children 8 years old physician, or if in i n s t a l l a t i o n .
or older, people with doubt abstain from Disconnection deviimpaired physical, using the induction ces must be incorporated to the fixed
sensory or mental areas.
electrical installaabilities, or those
Metal
object tion, according to
who lack experience
and
knowledge, such as knives, the installation reguONLY when supervi- forks, spoons and lations.
sed or if they have lids may not be plaInstallation
been given adequate ced on the surface of
instruction on the the hob as they may Installation with cutlery drawer
use of the device overheat.
If you wish to install furniture or a
and understand the
drawer under the hob, a sepaAfter use always cutlery
dangers its use
ration board must be fitted between
involves. User clea- disconnect the hot the two. Accidental contact with the hot
ning and maintenan- plate, do not simply surface of the device's housing is thus
ce may not be done remove the pot or prevented.
by
unsupervised pan. Otherwise a The board must be fitted 20 mm benemalfunction
may ath the under part of the stovetop.
children.
Safety warnings:
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fig. 2
Electrical connection
Before you connect the stovetop to the
mains, check that the voltage and frequency match those specified on the
stovetop nameplate, which is underneath it, and on the Guarantee Sheet,
or if applicable on the technical data
sheet, which you must keep together
with this manual throughout the product's service life.
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Only the TEKA official technical service can handle or repair the
appliance, including replacement of
Keep
the
Guarantee
Certificate or the technical data sheet together with the instructions
manual throughout the product's
service life. These contain important technical information.
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It is advised to refrain from
using the induction hob during the
pyrolytic cleaning function in the
case of pyrolytic ovens, due to the
high temperature that this type of
device attains.
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Unusually high power surges
can damage the control system (like
with any electrical appliance).
Before disconnecting the hob
form the mains, we recommend
switching off the cut-off switch and
waiting for approximately 25
seconds before disconnecting from
the mains. This time is required to
allow for the complete discharge of
the electronic circuitry and thus
preclude the possibility of electric
shock from the cable terminals.
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The electrical connection
must be properly grounded, following current legislation, otherwise
the induction hob may malfunction.
the power cable.
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Warning:
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Ensure that the inlet cable does not
come into contact with the induction
top housing or the oven housing, if it is
installed in the same unit.
Use and
Maintenance
User instructions
of the Touch Control
HANDLING ELEMENTS (fig. 2)
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5
6
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12
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14
15
On/off touch key.
Hotplate signaller.
Power and/or residual heat displays*.
Decimal point of the power and/or
residual heat indicators*.
“Minus” power reduction touch key.
“Plus” power increase touch key.
Double zone touch key.
Locking touch key for the rest of
touch keys.
Lock activated display*.
Clock indicator.
“Minus” time reduction touch key.
“Plus” time increase touch key.
Decimal point for the clock*.
Double zone activated display*.
Clock activated display*.
* Only visible while running.
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DO NOT USE L3
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The manoeuvres are done by means of
the touch keys. You do not need to exert
force on the desired touch key, you only
need to touch it with your fingertip to
activate the required function.
Each action is verified by a beep.
If one or several touch keys remain
pressed for more than ten seconds,
the hob will automatically switch off for
safety reasons and the beep alarm will
go off as a warning of the possible
danger situation.
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SWITCHING ON THE DEVICE
1 Touch the On touch key
(1) for at
least one second. The touch control
will become active, a beep will be
heard and the indicators (3) will light
up displaying a 0. If any cooking
area is hot, the related indicator will
flash an H .
If you do not take any action in the next
10 seconds the touch control will
switch off automatically.
When the touch control is activated,
you can disconnect it at any time by
touching the touch button (1), even if
it has been locked (lock function activated). The touch button (1) always
has priority to disconnect the touch
control.
ACTIVATING HOT PLATES
Once the touch control has been activated with touch key (1), the desired
hotplates can be switched on.
1 Select the desired power level in
the desired hot plate (from 1 to 9)
with the touch key
or (5/6).
The
and
touch keys are repetitive, so if you keep them pressed they
increase or decrease in a continuous
manner.
Quick switch-on at maximum power:
Press touch key (5) once. The hotplate will be activated at its maximum power
(level 9).
SWITCHING OFF THE HOTPLATE
1 Using the touch key
(5), lower
the power to level 0. The hotplate
will switch off.
Quick switch-off: Whatever the power
level setting is, by simultaneously pressing touch keys
and (5/6), the hotplate will switch to level 0.
When a hot plate is switched off an H
will appear in its power indicator, if the
glass surface of the related cooking
area is hot and there is a risk of burns.
When the temperature drops, the indicator switches off (if the hob is disconnected), or otherwise a “-” will light up
if the hob is still connected.
SWITCHING OFF THE DEVICE
The device can be switched off at any
time by pressing the general on/off
touch key (1). In standby mode an H
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will appear in the areas that are hot.
The indicators for the rest of the hotplates will not light up.
The switching off of the device or of
each individual hotplate will be accompanied by a longer beep than the rest.
After use, disconnect the
device by using its control and do
not rely on the pot/pan detector.
Locking of the touch keys
of the induction hob
By using touch key lock (8) you may
lock all the touch keys of the touch
control panel. This prevents functions
from being activated accidentally and
children from playing with the controls.
Bear in mind that when the touch control is on, you can still switch it on/off
using touch key (1) even if the lock
function is activated (pilot light 9 is on).
On the other hand, if the touch control
is switched off, the locking function
does not allow the on/off touch key
(1) to be used. You must first deactivate the lock.
To activate or deactivate the function,
keep touch key
(8) pressed for
about 1 second. When the function is
activated, the pilot light (9) lights up.
When all the heaters are not powered,
and one heater is temporized at zero
power level, the key-lock function is
activated after 1 minute.
automatically reset to level 9.
POWER BOOST FUNCTION DISCONNECTION
The Power boo st function can be disconnected by pressing touch key (5)
to return to power level 9.
The function may also automatically
be disconnected if the temperature of
the cooking area becomes too high.
Heat-up Function
This function allows the ceramic plate
to get a maximum power for a defined
time.
HEAT-UP FUNCTION CONNECTION
1 From power level 9, press touch
key (6). The decimal point of the
display (4) blinks for 10 seconds.
2 During these 10 seconds the desired
level must be selected (between 1
and 8). After this time a beep
sounds, and the decimal point
remains fixed, indicating the heatup function is on.
If the power level is 0 or 9, the heat-up
function is cancelled.
HEAT-UP FUNCTION DISCONNECTION
The heat-up function can be disconnected by pressing touch key
(5) to
return to power level 9.
Depending of the lodels, once the hob
has been turned off, and after 1 minute, the key lock function is actived lighting the corresponding pilot.
The function may also automatically
be disconnected if the temperature of
the cooking area becomes too high.
This function allows the induction plate
to be given extra power, in excess of
its nominal power. The said power
depends on the size of the hot plate
and it can reach the maximum value
allowed by the generator.
Table 1
Power Function
(Power concentration)
POWER
BOOST
CONNECTION
FUNCTION
1 From power level 9, press touch
key (6), and the P symbol will be
displayed in the indicator.
The Power boost function has a maximum duration of 10 minutes. After this
time has elapsed, the power level will
The duration of the heat-up function
depends of the power level selected
(see table 1).
Selected
power level
HEAT-UP
DURATION
(in seconds)
2
164
4
328
1
3
5
6
7
8
72
288
390
72
164
164
Double zone hot plate
The double zone hot plate offers the
possibility of using the inside ring or
also, in addition, the outside one,
depending on the size of the pot or
pan.
CONNECTION / SWITCHING ON OF
THE DOUBLE HOT PLATE
1 Select the desired power (from 1 to
9) using the touch key or (6/5).
3 Press the double hot plate touch
key
(7) to activate the second
zone. When the pilot light (14) switches on, it is working.
DISCONNECTING / SWITCHING
THE DOUBLE BURNER HOT PLATE
OFF
1 The double burner hot plate must
previously be selected.
2 Touch the touch key for the double
hot plate
(7). The pilot light (14)
will switch off and the outer ring will
be disconnected.
Timer function
This function makes it easier to cook,
as you do not need to be present
throughout the process: the timed hot
plate(s) will switch off automatically
after the set time has lapsed.
With this model you can use the clock
as a timer for the hotplates for times
ranging from 1 to 99 minutes. All the
cooking areas can be programmed
individually. It can only be timed one
heater each time.
Timing one hotplate
1 Activate the clock using the touch
keys
or
(12/11).The indicator (3) of the hotplates will display
the the
symbol.
2 A hot plate has to be selected before 10 seconds. The selection of a
new heater disables the previous
selection in such a way that the
timer only operates on one heater
each time. Set a power level from 1
to 9 using the touch keys
or
(5/6). It is posible for the user to
time a heater at power 0.
3 Enter a cooking time between 1 and
99 minutes, by using the touch keys
or
(12/11). With the former
the value will start at 1, whereas with
the latter it will start at 99.
3 The clock display of the hot plate
(15) light and the clock indicator
(10) will start to count down the time
automatically.
Once the selected cooking time has
elapsed, the heating zone being timed
is turned off and the clock emits a series
of beeps for one minute. The timer indicator will display a flashing 00. The
alarm can be cancelled at any time by
pressing any sensor.
If the heating zone turned off is hot, its
indicator shows an H or otherwise an
0. To turn off the audible signal touch
any sensor.
When the "safety switch off" function
has been triggered, a 0 is displayed if
the glass surface temperature is not
dangerous for the user or an H if there
is a burn risk.
Keep the control panel of the
heating areas clean and dry at all
times.
In the event of operating problems or incidents not mentioned in
this manual, disconnect the
appliance and contact the TEKA
technical service.
Suggestions and
recommendations
1 Use the touch key
(11) to reduce the time to 00. The clock is cancelled.
* Use pots or pans with thick, completely flat bottoms.
* Pots/pans with a smaller diameter
than the shown heating area are not
recommended.
* Do not slide pots and pans over the
glass because they could scratch it.
* Although the glass can take knocks
from large pots and pans without
sharp edges, try not to knock it.
* To avoid damaging the ceramic
glass surface, do not drag pots and
pans over the glass and keep the
undersides of them clean and in
good condition.
Safety switch off function
Cleaning and maintenance
Changing the programmed time.
To change the programmed time, you
must press the touch key
or
(12/11).
DISCONNECTION OF THE TIMER
If you want to stop the timer before the
programmed time is up.
For quick switch-off: repeat step 1 as
above. Simultaneously pressing the
and
touch keys (11 and 12) the
timer will be disconnected.
If due to an error one or several heating zones do not switch off, the
appliance will be automatically disconnected after a set amount of time (see
table 2).
Table 2
Selected
power level
MAXIMUM
OPERATING TIME
(in hours)
2
5
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
P
10
5
4
3
2
2
2
1
10 mins.
Try not to spill sugar or products containing sugar on the glass
as while the surface is hot these
could damage it.
To keep the appliance in good condition, clean it using suitable products
and implements once it has cooled
down. This will make the job easier
and avoid the build-up of dirt. Never
use harsh cleaning products or tools
that could scratch the surface, or steam-operated equipment.
Light dirt not stuck to the surface can
be cleaned using a damp cloth and a
gentle detergent or warm soapy water.
However, for deeper stains or grease
use a special cleaner for ceramic hot
plates and follow the instructions on the
bottle. Dirt that is firmly stuck due to
being burned repeatedly can be removed using a scraper with a blade.
Slight tinges of colour are caused by
pots and pans with dry grease residue
underneath or due to grease between
the glass and the pot during cooking.
These can be removed using a nickel
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scourer with water or a special cleaner
for ceramic hot plates. Plastic objects,
sugar or food containing a lot of sugar
that have melted onto the surface must
be removed immediately using a scraper.
Metallic sheens are caused by
dragging metal pots and pans over the
glass. These can be removed by cleaning thoroughly using a special cleaner for ceramic glass hot plates,
although you may need to repeat the
cleaning process several times.
Warning:
Handle the glass scraper
carefully. The blade could cause
injury!
If you use the scraper incorrectly, the blade could break and a
fragment could get caught between
the surrounding trim and the glass.
If this happens, do not try to remove it using your hands, carefully use
tweezers or a knife with a fine edge.
(See fig. 3)
fig. 3
Only use the blade on the
ceramic surface, avoiding the scraper casing coming into contact with
the glass because this could
scratch it.
Use blades in perfect condition. Immediately replace the blade
if it is damaged in any way.
After you have finished with
the scraper, withdraw the blade and
lock it. (See fig. 4)
fig. 4
Using the scraper
Blade protected
Blade unprotected
A pot or pan may become
stuck to the glass due to a product
having melted between them. Do not
try to lift the pot while the heating
zone is cold! This could break the
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glass.
Do not step on the glass or
lean on it as it could break and cause injury. Do not use the glass as a
surface for placing objects.
TEKA INDUSTRIAL S.A. reserves the
right to make changes to its manuals
that it deems necessary or useful,
without affecting the product's essential features.
Environmental
considerations
The
symbol on the product or
its packaging means that this product cannot be treated like ordinary
household waste. This product
must be taken to a recycling collection point for electrical and electronic appliances. By ensuring that
this product is disposed of
correctly, you will avoid harming the
environment and public health,
which could happen if this product
is not handled properly. For more
detailed information about recycling
this product, please contact your
local authority, household waste
service or the store where you purchased the product.
The packaging materials used are
environmentally-friendly and can be
recycled completely. Plastic components are marked >PE<, >LD<,
>EPS<, etc. Dispose of packaging
materials, like household waste, in
your local container.
If something does not work
Before calling the technical service,
perform the verifications described
below.
The appliance does not work:
Ensure that the power cable is plugged
in.
The induction zones do not produce
heat:
The container is not appropriate (it
does not have a ferromagnetic bottom
or is too small). Check that the bottom
of the container attracts a magnet, or
use a larger container.
A humming is heard when starting
to cook in the induction zones:
With containers which are not very thick
or not of one piece, the humming results
from the transmission of energy directly
to the bottom of the container. The humming is not a defect, but if you wish to
avoid it anyway, reduce the power level
slightly or use a container with a thicker
bottom, and/or of one piece.
The touch control does not light up
or, despite lighting, does not respond:
No heating zone has been selected.
Be sure to select a heating zone before operating it.
There is humidity on the sensors,
and/or your fingers are wet. Keep the
touch control surface and/or your fingers clean and dry.
The locking function is activated.
Unlock the controls.
The sound of a fan is heard while
cooking, which continues even after
cooking has ended:
The induction zones have a fan to
keep the electronics cool. This only
operates when the electronic circuits
get hot. It stops again when the circuits
cool whether the hob is turned on or
not.
The power indicator of a hotplate
alternates between ‘Power and ‘?’:
The induction system does not find a
pot or pan on a hotplate.
The pot or pan used is of an unsuited
type. Switch off the hob, switch it on
again and try with another pot or pan.
The power indicator of a hotplate
alternates between ‘H’ or ‘Power’
and ‘C’:
Excessive temperature in the electronics or on the glass. Wait for a while for
the electronics to cool down or remove
the pot or pan so that the glass can
cool.
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