Instruction Manual - Hoover Service Reviews

Grafica RB - 09-2005 - Cod. 41017810 - Imprimè en Italie
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HOBS
USER INSTRUCTIONS
HOOVER - Via Privata Eden Fumagalli - 20047 Brugherio (Milano) - Italy
Tab. 1
BUILT IN HOBS
Burners/hotplates
Type / reference
Flame failure device
Little burner
Double ring burner
Ultra rapid burner
Semirapid burner
Rapid burner
AUS ø 50 mm
QC ø 135 mm
UR ø 110 mm
SR ø 75 mm
R ø 100 mm
Griddle
Griddle
Electric
Electric
ø80
ø145
174x160 mm
229x379
plate
plate
Electric plate
Installed gas Type/Power:
G20 20mbar*
G30 28-30mbar
Installation class
Voltage/Frequency
Electrical imput power
Electronic ignition
4 a gas
5 a gas
PL 03/PL 04
- / si
1
PL 73/PL 74
- / si
1
1
1
1
1
8,75 kW
636 g/h
11,25 kW
818 g/h
220-240/50
220-240/50
si
si
PE
PE
160x265 mm PE
(METHANE)
(GPL)
V/Hz
Product dimension WXD (mm)
* Manufacturer setting
IE cat. II2H3 +
GB cat. II2H3 +
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
INSTALLATION
The Purchaser is responsible for the installation of the hob. The Manufacturer does not
accept any responsibility for any damage or loss resulting from incorrect installation,
and as such this will not covered by the Manufacturer’s Guarantee.
The hob may be installed in any worktop which is heat resistant to a temperature of
100° C, and has a thickness of 25 - 45 mm. The dimensions of the insert to be cut out
of the worktop are in shown in Fig. 1.
If the Hob is fitted next to a cabinet on either side, the distance between the Hob and the
cabinet must be at least 15 cm (see Fig. 2); while the distance between the hob and the
rear wall must be at least 5,5 cm.
The distance between the hob and any
other unit or appliance above it (e.g. An extractor hood) must be no less than 70 cm
(fig.2).
When there is an accessible space between
the built-in hob and the cavity below, a dividing wall made of insulating material should
be inserted (wood or a similar material) (fig.
3).
Important - The diagram below shows
how the sealant should be applied.
Plan 60
Plan 75
The Hob unit is fitted by attaching the Fixing
Clamps supplied, using the holes at the base of the unit.
Fig. 1
accessible space
This appliance has been designed for non-professional, i.e. domestic, use.
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Fig. 2
Fig. 3
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If a hob of 60 cm is fitted above an oven which is not equipped with fan cooling system
it is recommended that openings are created within the built in furniture to ensure correct air circulation.
The size of these openings must be at least 300 cm2 and placed as shown in fig. 4.
When a 75 cm hob is fitted over a built in oven, the latter must be fan cooled.
FIG. 4
60 Cm2
120 Cm2
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (FOR U.K. ONLY)
Warning - this appliance must be earthed
This appliance is designed for domestic use only. Connection to the mains supply must
be made by a competant electrician, ensuring that all current regulations concerning
such installations are observed.
The appliance must only be connected to a suitably rated spur point, a 3 pin 13 amp
plug/socket is not suitable. A double pole switch must be provided and the circuit must
have appropriate fuse protection. Further details of the power requirement of the individual product will be found in the users’ instruction and on the appliance rating plate. In
the case of built-in product you are advised, should you wish to use a longer cable than
the one supplied, that a suitably rated heat resistant type must be used.
The wiring must be connected to the mains supply as follows:
CONNECT
Green & Yellow
Blue Wire
Brown Wire
180 Cm2
240 Cm
2
TO SPUR TERMINAL
Wire Earth Connection
Neutral Connection
Live Connection
Note: We do not advocate the use of earth leakage devices with electric cooking appliances installed to spur points because of the «nuisance tripping» which may occur. You are
again reminded that the appliance must be correctly earthed, the manufacturer declines any responsibility for any event occurring as a result of incorrect electrical installation.
FOR U.K. ONLY
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
Declaration of compliance: This equipment, in the parts intended to come into contact with food, complies with the regulations laid down in EEC directives 89/109.
This appliance complies with directive 89/336/EEC, 73/23/EEC, 90/396/EEC and
the following changes.
The following information is intended for qualified and competant persons only who will
ensure that your appliance is installed correctly. All current legislation concerning the installation of Gas appliances must be observed by the installer*
* For the U.K. only - By law, the gas installation/commissioning must be carried out by a
«Corgi», registered installer.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with applicable regulations and should only be
used in well-ventilated locations. Before using this appliance carefully study the instruction book.
GAS CONNECTION (FOR U.K. ONLY)
Suitable location
A gas-powered cooking appliance produces heat and humidity in the area in which it is
installed. For this reason you should ensure good ventilation either by keeping all natural air passages open or by installing an extractor hood with an exhaust flue. Intensive
and prolonged use of the appliance may require extra ventilation, such the opening of a
window or an increase in speed of the electric fan, if you have one.
If a hood cannot be installed, an electric fan should be fitted to an outside wall or window as long there are air vents in the area.
The electric fan should be able to carry out a complete change of air in the kitchen 3-5
times every hour. The installer should follow the relavant national standards.
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The labels on the Hob indicate the types of gas that can be used.
It is possible to use other types of gas after carrying out simple modifications.
Warning: If gas can be smelt in the vicinity of this appliance turn off the gas supply to the
appliance and call the engineer directly. Do not search for a leak with a naked flame.
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To prevent any potential damage to the hob please carry out the installation following
this sequence:
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Check the data on the rating plate, located on the outside of the unit, to ensure that the
supply and input voltage are suitable.
Before connection, check the earthing system.
By Law, this appliance must be earthed. If this regulation is not complied with, the
Manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage caused to persons or property.
If a plug is not already attached, fit a plug appropriate to the load indicated on the rating
plate. The earth wire is coloured yellow/green. The plug should always be accessible.
Where the Hob is connected direct to the electricity supply, a circuit breaker must be
fitted with at least a 3 mm contact spacing when in the open position.
If the power supply cord is damaged this is to be replaced by a qualified engineer so as
to prevent any potential risk.
The earth wire ( green a yellow coloured) must be at least 10 mm longer than the live
and neutral wires.
The section of the cable used must be of the correct size in relation to the absorbed
power of the hob.
Please check rating plate for the power details and ensure that the power supply cord
is of the type H05RR-F, H05VV-F, H05V2V2-F.
MAINS
SUPPLY
LIVE
L
BROWN WIRE
EARTH
GREEN/YELLOW WIRE
NEUTRAL N
BLUE WIRE
POWER
CABLE
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1/2 GAS
CONICAL
A) As illustrated, assemble parts in sequence:
A) fixed pipe
B) washer
C) Elbow fitting with
tapered thred
connection
2) Tighten the joints
with the Spanners,
remembering to twist
the pipes into position.
3) Attach fitting C to
mains gas supply using rigid copper pipe
or flexible steel pipe.
For some models a conic link is furnished to outfit for the installation in the countries where this type of link is obligatory; in the following figures it is pointed out how to recognize
the different types of links. In every case the cylindrical part of the link has to be connected to the hob.
Fig. 5
CYLINDRICAL
GAS CONNECTION
These instructions are for Fitters qualified for installation of equipment in line with the
relevant national standard. All work must be carried out with the electricity supply disconnected.
The rating plate on the hob shows the type of gas with which it is designed to be used.
It is possible to use other types of gas after carrying out some simple modifications.
(See the instructions in the following paragraphs).
connection to the mains gas supply or gas cylinder should be carried out according to
the relevant national standards, after having checked that it is regulated for the type of
gas with which it will be supplied. If it is not correctly regulated follow the instructions in
the paragraph entitlet «Adaption for different types of gas». For liquid gas (cylinder
gas) use pressure regulators which comply with the relevant national standards.
N.B.: for safe operation, economic use of energy and to ensure greater durability of the
appliance, make sure that the supply pressure conforms with the values shown in the
table on page 44.
Use only pipes, washers and sealing washers which comply with the relevant national
standards.
When connecting the hob to the gas supply via use of flexible hoses please ensure
that the maximum distance covered by the hose does not exceed 2 metres.
CONICAL
ADAPTING THE HOB TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF GAS
To adapt the Hob for use with different types of gas, carry out the following instructions:
— remove the grids and burners
— insert on hexagonal spanner (7 mm) into the burner support (Fig. 6)
— unscrew the injector and replace it with one suitable for the gas to be used (see
Table of gas consumption)
INJECTOR
N.B.: carry out a final check for leaks on the pipework using a soapy solution.
Never use a flame. Also, make sure that the flexible pipe cannot come into contact with a moving part of the cabinet (eg, a drawer) and that it is not situated
where it could be damaged.
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Fig. 6
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Table of gas consumption
G20
G25
Working
burner
G30
G31
1 W 0,860 Kcal/h
GZ 350
G20 20mbar G30 28-30mbar
G31 37mbar GZ350 13mbar
ø gas jet ø gas jet ø gas jet Qn
1/100 mm 1/100 mm 1/100 mm kW
Qmin l/h
W
G20
USING THE GAS BURNER
G25 25mbar
G31 30mbar
G20 25mbar
G30 36mbar
l/h
GZ350
g/h
G30
g/h
G31
Qn
kW
Qmin
W
l/h
G20
g/h
G30
Qn
kW
Qmin
W
l/h
G25
g/h
G31
little
76
50
104
1
230
95
132
73
71
1,2
260
114
87
0,9
230
100
64
large
101
66
132
1,75
360
167
232
127
125
2
410
190
145
1,6
360
177
114
medium
118
80
160
2,5
530
238
331
182
179
2,8
620
267
204
2,25
530
255
161
maxi
144
94
190
3,5
700
333
463
254
250
4
830
381
291
3,2
700
354
229
double ring
141
96
191
3,5
1750
333
463
254
250
4
1900
381
291
3,2
1750
354
229
REGULATING THE MINIMUM FLAME
After lighting the burners, turn the control knob to the minimum setting and then remove the knob (this can easily be removed by apply a gentle pressure).
Using a small «Terminal» type screwdriver the regulating screw can be adjusted as in
Fig. 7. Turning the screw clockwise reduces the gas flow, whilst turning it anticlockwise
increases the flow – Use this adjustment to obtain a flame of approximately 3 to 4 mm
in length and then replace the control knob.
When the gas supply available is LPG (Bottle gas)- the screw to set the idle flame must
be turned (clockwise) to the end stop.
Screws regulating (for differend models)
To ignite the burners, place a lighted taper close to the burner, press in and turn the
control knob anti-clockwise.
If the burners have not been used for a couple of days, wait for a few seconds before
lighting the burner, this will allow any air present in the pipes to escape.
For appliances fitted with electronic ignition carry out the following:
• push in and turn the knob anticlockwise to the H symbol.
• ignite the burner by pressing the sparker button.
For hobs fitted with automatic ignition simply push in and turn the knob to the H symbol.
The ignition system will continue to generate sparks as long as the gas tap is being
pressed.
If the burner is not ignited within 5 seconds, turn the knob to the 0 position and repeat
the operation.
For models fitted with a safety tap (which cuts-off the flow of gas if the flame is accidentally extinguished) the burners are ignited ad described above, but care must be
taken to keep the knob pressed in for 5 or 6 seconds after the flame is ignited.
ATTENTION: Prior to switching on the gas hob ensure that the burners and burner caps are correctly placed within their position.
GENERAL ADVICE
For the best results, the flat-bottomed pans size should match the gas burner size as
follows. See fig. pag. 1.
Hob type
A;E.
A;E.
A;E.
A.
E.
E.
Burner type
R/H front burner
L/H front burner
R/H rear burner
L/H rear burner
L/H rear burner
Central burner
Ø pan / pot (cm)
12÷18
10÷18
18÷24
24÷26
18÷24
24÷28
For smaller containers the gas burner should be regulated so that the flame does not
overlap the base of the pan. Vessels with concave or convex base should not be used.
WARNING: If a burner is accidentally extinguehed, turn the knob to the off position and do not attempt to re-ignite if for at least 1 minute.
To protect the glass lid from damage and in the interests of safety, the burners/plates
must be turned off and the burner/pan support/plate area must be cool before closing
the lid down.
Fig.7
When you have carried out the new gas regulation, replace the old gas rating plate on your appliance with one (supplied with hob) suitable for the type of gas for
which it has been regulated.
If over the years the gas taps become stiff to turn it is necessary to lubricate them.
Such operation must be carried out only by qualified Service Engineers.
USE OF HOB
USER INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance must only be used for the purpose for which it is intended, domestic
cooking, and any other use will be considered improper and could therefore be dangerous. The Manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage or loss resulting from
improper use.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Before cleaning the Hob, ensure the appliance has cooled down. Remove the plug from
the socket or (if connected directly) switch off the electricity supply.
When cleaning the enamelled, varnished or chrome sections, use warm soapy water
or a non caustic detergent. For stainless steel use an appropriate cleaning solution.
Never use abrasives, corrosive detergents, bleaching agents or acids. Avoid any acid
or alkaline substances (lemon, juice, vinegar etc.) on the enamelled, varnisched or stainless steel sections.
The burners can be cleaned with soapy water. To restore their original shine, use a
household stainless steel cleaner. After cleaning, dry the burners and replace.
It is important the Burners are replaced correctly.
(For all hobs): “WARNING - do not use steam cleaners to clean the hobs”.
Chromed grids and burners
Chromed grids and burners have the tendency to dark with the use.
This is a normal and inevitable phenomenon, but it doesn’t jeopardize absolutely the
functionality of the hob.
In anycase from our after sales service centre the spare parts are available.
This appliance is marked according to the European directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate
waste handling of this product.
The symbol on the product indicates that this product may not be
treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local environmental regulations
for waste disposal.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the product.
COVER
The cover is available as optional accessory.
It is not possible to close the lid with the steak griddle placed over a burner.
WARNING - should any spillage occur on the lid ensure the liquid spilt is wiped off the
lid before opening the lid and cause the liquid to reach any electric part.
WARNING - Before closing the cover, to protect it from excessive temperature changes, always wait until burners or plates have completely cooled down.
AFTERCARE
Before calling out a Service Engineer please check the following:
— that the plug is correctly inserted and fused;
— that the gas supply is not faulty.
If the fault cannot be identified:
switch off the appliance — do not tamper with it — call the Aftercare Service Centre.
The Manufacturer will not be responsible for any inaccuracy resulting from printing or transcript errors contained in this brochure. We reserve the right to carry out modifications to products as required, including
the interests of consumption, without prejiudice to the characteristics relating to safety or function.
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