Operating and installation instructions CI11 Induction glass

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Operating and installation instructions CI11
Induction glass ceramic cooktop with 2 cooking zones
CI11UMEN-001
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Operating and installation instructions:
 Original  Translation
Manufacturer
BORA Vertriebs GmbH & Co KG
Prof.-Dr.-Anton-Kathrein-Straße 3
6342 Niederndorf
Austria
Contact
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Table of Contents
1
General information
2Safety
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
4
8Troubleshooting
6
9
General safety instructions.................................. 6
Safety instructions – operation............................ 7
Safety instructions – installation.......................... 9
Safety instructions – disassembly
and disposal......................................................... 9
Safety instructions – spare parts....................... 10
Intended use...................................................... 10
3
Technical data
11
4
Device description
12
4.1Structure............................................................ 12
4.2
Operating panel and operating principle............12
4.3
Functional principle............................................ 12
4.3.1 Power levels....................................................... 13
4.3.2 power setting..................................................... 13
4.3.3 Automatic heat up function................................ 13
4.3.4 Heat retention level............................................ 13
4.3.5 Pan size recognition........................................... 13
4.3.6 Pause function................................................... 13
4.3.7 Timer functions.................................................. 13
4.3.8 Suitable cookware.............................................. 13
4.4
Safety devices.................................................... 14
4.4.1 Residual heat display......................................... 14
4.4.2 Safety shut-down of the cooking zone...............14
4.4.3 Cooking zone overheating protection.................14
4.4.4 Automatic switch-off if the button
is pressed and held............................................ 14
4.4.5 Child safety lock................................................. 14
5Installation
15
6Operation
19
7
22
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.3.1
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
23
Decommissioning, ­disassembly
and ­disposal
24
Warranty, technical service
and spare parts
25
9.1Decommissioning............................................... 24
9.2Disassembly....................................................... 24
9.3
Environmentally-friendly disposal.......................24
10
10.1Warranty............................................................. 25
10.2Service............................................................... 25
10.3 Replacement parts............................................. 25
11Notes
26
Checking the scope of delivery.......................... 15
Tool and aids...................................................... 15
Assembly instructions........................................ 15
Safety clearances............................................... 15
Cut-out dimensions............................................ 15
Installing the cooktop......................................... 17
Power connection............................................... 18
Handover to user................................................ 18
6.1
Switching cooktop on/off.................................. 19
6.1.1 Switching on the cooking zone.......................... 19
6.1.2 Adjusting the power level................................... 19
6.1.3 Changing the power level................................... 19
6.1.4 Switching on the power setting.......................... 19
6.1.5 Switching the power setting off early.................19
6.1.6 Switching off the cooking zone.......................... 19
6.1.7 Pause function................................................... 19
6.1.8 Automatic heat up function................................ 19
6.1.9 Heat retention level............................................ 20
6.1.10 Using the timer function..................................... 20
6.1.11 Activating/deactivating the
childproofing feature.......................................... 20
7.1
7.2
7.3
Cleaning and ­Maintenance
Cleaning agents.................................................. 22
Maintaining the cooktop.................................... 22
Cleaning the cooktop......................................... 22
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General information
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1 General information
INFO
Target group
These operating and installation instructions apply for the
following target groups:
Target group
Requirements
User
The appliance can be used by children
aged 8 and above as well as people with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capacities or a lack of experience and/or
knowledge if they are supervised or have
been instructed how to safely use the
appliance and understand the resultant
risks. Children must be supervised. All
safety and warning information and the
handling instructions in the installation
instructions must be complied with.
Ambitious DIYers
Ambitious DIYers can independently
conduct all joinery and installation work
providing they possess the necessary
skills and expertise. They must never
independently establish electricity and
gas connections.
Installation specialists Installation specialists are authorised
to conduct all joinery and installation
work in line with existing regulations. The
electricity and gas connections must be
certified by a certified engineer for the
applicable trade prior to commissioning.
Electricians
The electrical connection may only be
­established by a certified engineer.
He/she also assumes responsibility for
the proper electrical installation and
commissioning.
Gas specialists
Tab. 1.1
4
The gas connection may only be
­established by certified engineers.
They also assume responsibility for
­proper installation and commissioning of
the gas system.
BORA Holding GmbH, BORA Vertriebs GmbH
& Co KG, BORA APAC Pty Ltd and BORA
Lüftungstechnik GmbH - hereinafter referred
to as BORA - do not assume any liability for
damage arising from non-adherence to these
documents and from improper assembly! The
electricity and gas connections must be made
by a qualified specialist. Installation must
­comply with the valid standards, regulations
and laws. All safety and warning information
and the operating and installation instructions
must be complied with.
Validity of the operating and
installation instructions
These instructions apply to several device versions. It is
therefore possible that some of the features described do
not apply to your appliance.
Other applicable documents
These operating and installation instructions are valid
in conjunction with other documents, which must be
adhered to.
Please be sure to adhere to all documents that form part
of the scope of delivery.
INFO
BORA accepts no liability for damage caused
by failure to comply with these documents!
Directives
These devices meet the following EU/EC directives:
2014/30/EU EMC Directive
2014/35/EU Low Voltage Directive
2009/125/EC Ecodesign Directive
2011/65/EU RoHS Directive
2012/19/EU WEEE Directive
Target groups
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Presentation of information
To make working with these instructions quick and
easy, consistent formatting, numbering, symbols,
­safety ­instructions, terms and abbreviations are used
­throughout.
Handling instructions are market with an arrow.
XX
Always carry out handling instructions in the sequence
shown.
Bullet points are indicated by a square bullet point at
the edge of the line.
QQ Bullet point 1
QQ Bullet point 2
INFO
Information points out specific points you must
always comply with.
Safety and warning information
The safety and warning information in these instructions
are highlighted with symbols and signal words.
Safety and warning information is structured as follows:
WARNING SYMBOL AND SIGNAL
WORD!
Type and source of the danger
Consequences of non-compliance
XX
Measures
to minimise risk
The following applies:
QQ The warning symbol draws attention to the danger.
QQ The signal word indicates the severity of the risk.
Warning sign Signal word
—
Tab. 1.2
Hazard
Danger
Indicates an imminent hazardous
situation which could lead to
death or serious injury if ignored.
Warning
Indicates an imminent hazardous
situation which could lead to
death or serious injury if ignored.
Caution
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which could lead to slight
or minor injuries if ignored.
Caution
Indicates a situation which could
result in material damage if
ignored.
Meaning of warning symbols and signal words
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2 Safety
2.1
INFO
General safety instructions
The appliance complies with the
stipulated safety requirements. The
user is responsible for appliance
cleaning and maintenance as well as
its safe use. Improper use can lead
to personal injury and damage to
­property.
The operating and installation instructions
contain important information about
­installation and operation. These enable you
to protect yourself against injuries and
­prevent damage to the appliance. Contact
details for further information as well as
­application and usage questions can be
found on the back of these operating and
installation instructions.
QQ The term device applies to cooktops,
­cooktop extractors and cooktops with
cooktops extractors.
XX
Read the operating and installation
­instructions fully before using the appliance
for the first time.
XX
Always store the operating and installation
instructions within easy reach so that they
can be accessed if required.
XX
Pass the operating and installation
­instructions to the next owner if you sell
the appliance.
XX
Conduct all work extremely attentively and
conscientiously.
XX
Check the appliance for visible damage
when unpacking it.
XX
Do not connect a damaged appliance.
XX
Only use the appliance once all installation
activities are complete. This is the only way
to ensure safe operation.
XX
Make sure that hot hobs are not touched.
XX
Avoid boiling over.
XX
Pay attention to the residual heat display.
XX
Switch the device off after use.
XX
Do not rely on the pan size recognition.
XX
Keep pets away from the appliance.
CAUTION!
Risk of injury from falling device
components!
Falling device components such
as pan supports, control elements,
­covers, grease filters, etc. can cause
injuries.
XX
Place
device components safely
near the devices after you remove
them.
XX
Make sure that none of the device
components you have removed
could fall.
QQ
6
Recirculation mode
INFO
When cooking, additional moisture is
released into the ambient air.
INFO
In recirculation mode, only a slight
amount of moisture is removed from
the cooking vapour.
XX
When
using recirculation mode, ensure a
sufficient supply of fresh air, e.g. by
­opening a window.
XX
Ensure a normal and comfortable room
­climate (humidity of 45–60%), e.g. by
­opening natural ventilation openings or
using domestic ventilation systems.
XX
After every use in recirculation mode,
switch the cooktop extractor to a low level
for about 20 minutes or activate the
­automatic after-run function.
Effect on pacemakers, hearing aids and
metallic implants
INFO
Induction cooktops generate a ­highfrequency electromagnetic field near
the cooking zones. Coming too close
to the cooking zones could have a
negative influence or even cause
malfunctions of pacemakers, hearing
aids or metallic implants. I­ssues with
pacemakers are unlikely.
XX
In
case of doubt, please contact the
­ anufacturer of your medical device or
m
your doctor.
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Households with children and people with
special needs
XX
The appliance can be used by children aged
8 and above as well as people with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capacities or a
lack of experience and/or knowledge if
they are supervised or have been instructed
how to safely use the appliance and
­understand the resultant risks.
XX
Supervise children in the vicinity of the
­appliance.
XX
Children must not play with the appliance.
QQ Use the childproofing feature to prevent
children accidentally switching the cooktop
on or changing the settings.
XX
Do not store any items that could be of
­interest to children in storage spaces above
or behind the appliance. Children will
­otherwise be encourage to climb on the
­appliance.
XX
Keep children and other people away from
hot hobs.
Unauthorised modifications
Unauthorised modifications can cause the
­appliance to pose risks.
XX
Do
not conduct any modifications to the
­appliance.
Cleaning and maintenance
The device must be cleaned regularly. Dirt
can lead to damage or the buildup of odours.
­Remove any dirt immediately.
Cleaning and maintenance work must not
be carried out by children unless they are
supervised at all times.
XX
Do not use steam cleaners. The steam can
cause a short-circuit on live parts and
cause damage to property (see Cleaning
and maintenance section).
XX
Do not put hot cookware near the control
panel so as not to damage the electronics
underneath.
XX
Make sure no water penetrates inside the
device when cleaning. Only use a slightly
damp cloth. Never spray water on the
­device. Water ingress can cause damage!
XX
Where possible, clean the cooktop after
every cooking session.
XX
Only clean the cooktop when it has cooled
down.
XX
For cleaning, only use non-abrasive
­detergents to avoid scratching or wearing
the surface.
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XX
Make
sure the base of the cookware and
the cooking zone are clean and dry.
XX
Always lift the cookware (do not pull) to
avoid scratching or wearing the surface.
2.2
Safety instructions – operation
Cooktop
DANGER!
Unsupervised cooktops are a fire
risk!
Oil and fat can heat up and catch fire
quickly.
XX
Never
leave hot oil or fat
u­ nattended.
XX
Never attempt to extinguish
­burning oil or fat with water.
XX
Stifle the fire using a lid, for
­example.
DANGER!
Risk of explosion caused by
­flammable liquids!
Flammable liquids in the vicinity of
the cooktop can explode and cause
serious injury.
XX
Do
not place any flammable liquids
in the vicinity of the cooktop.
DANGER!
Risk of electric shock!
Chips, cracks or breaks in the glass
ceramic panel can expose or damage
the electronics underneath. This can
lead to an electric shock.
XX
If the
glass ceramic panel gets
chipped, broken or cracked, switch
the cooktop off immediately.
XX
Securely disconnect the appliance
from the mains using LS switches,
fuses, automatic circuit breakers
or contactors.
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Safety
EN
WARNING!
Risk of burns from hot cooktop!
The cooktop and its exposed areas
get hot during use. Once the cooking
zone is switched off, it takes a little
while to cool down below 60 °C.
­Touching hot surfaces can cause
­serious burns.
XX
Never touch the cooktop when it
is hot.
XX
Keep children away from the
­cooktop when it is hot or ensure
they are supervised at all times.
WARNING!
Leaving items on the cooking
­surface is a fire risk!
The cooktop and its touchable parts
are hot when the cooking zone is
switched on and during the cooling
phase. Objects on the cooktop can
get hot and catch fire.
XX
Do not place any items on the
cooktop.
WARNING!
Risk of burns from hot objects!
The cooktop and its touchable
parts are hot when the cooking
zone is switched on and during the
­cooling phase. Objects (e.g. pan
lids, c­ ooktop extractor cover) on the
cooktop heat up very quickly and can
cause serious burns.
XX
Do not place any items on the
cooktop.
XX
Please use suitable tools
(pot holders, oven gloves).
WARNING!
Risk of burns from hot cookware!
Handles projecting over the edge are
enticing for children to grab.
XX
Do
not turn pot and pan handles
so they stick out beyond the work
surface.
XX
Make sure that children cannot
pull hot pots and pans over.
XX
A special stove guard for children
(available from specialist suppliers)
reduces the risk.
8
WARNING!
Risk of getting burnt!
Liquid between the cooking zone
and the pan base can evaporate and
cause burns.
XX
Make
sure that the cooking zone
and the pan base are always dry.
CAUTION!
Damage from hard and pointed
objects!
Hard and pointed objects can
­damage the glass ceramic panel of
the cooktop!
XX
Do
not use the surface of the
cooktop as a worktop.
XX
Do not use hard and pointed
­objects when working on the
­cooktop.
CAUTION!
Damage from sugary and salty
foods!
Sugary and salty foods and juices
can damage the hot cooking zone.
XX
Make
sure sugary and salty foods
or juices do not get onto the
­cooking zone while it is hot.
XX
Remove sugary and salty foods
and juices from the hot cooking
zone.
CAUTION!
Escaping hot liquids!
Unattended pans can boil over
­allowing hot liquids to escape.
XX
Always keep an eye on pans while
cooking.
cooking sessions must be
constantly monitored.
XX
Short
CAUTION!
Risk of injury from objects on the
cooktop!
Objects such as pan lids on the
­cooktop can damage the glass
­ceramics.
XX
Do
not leave objects on the hot
cooktop.
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2.3
Safety instructions – installation
CAUTION!
Lifting heavy loads can cause back
injuries!
If not correctly handled, removing
and installing the device can causes
injuries to the limbs or torso.
The device must only be installed and
­assembled by trained specialists who are
familiar with and comply with the standard
national regulations and supplementary
­regulations of the local utility companies.
XX
Removing
the cooktop from the
packaging is a two-person job.
XX
Placing the cooktop into the
worktop cut-out is a two-person
job.
XX
Use appropriate aids to prevent
­damage or injuries to limbs or
­torso.
Work on electrical components must be
­conducted by trained electrical personnel.
The electrical safety of the appliance is only
guaranteed if it is connected to a protective
conductor system that has been installed in
line with regulations. Ensure that this basic
­safety precaution is met.
Cooktop
DANGER!
Risk of electric shock!
Incorrect connection of the device
to the mains voltage could cause
­electric shocks.
XX
Make
sure that the device is firmly
connected to the mains voltage.
XX
Make sure the device is connected
to a properly installed earth
­conductor system.
XX
Make sure a system is installed
which allows disconnection from
the network with a contact
­opening width of at least 3 mm
­across all poles (circuit breaker,
fuses, automatic circuit breakers,
contactors).
DANGER!
Risk of electric shock!
If the mains connection cable comes
into contact with hot hobs, it could
get damaged. A damaged mains
­connection cable can cause a
(deadly) electric shock.
XX
Make sure that the mains
­connection cable cannot come
into contact with hot hobs.
XX
Make sure that the connection
cable is not squashed or damaged.
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XX
Check
the appliance for visible damage
b­ efore installing it.
XX
Do not install damaged devices.
QQ A damaged device is a hazard.
QQ Repair work must only be carried out by
specialists authorised by the manufacturer.
2.4
Safety instructions –
disassembly and disposal
The device must only be disassembled by
­trained specialists who are familiar with and
comply with the standard national regulations
and supplementary regulations of the local
­utility companies.
Work on electrical components must only be
conducted by trained electrical personnel.
DANGER!
Risk of electric shock!
Incorrectly disconnecting the
­appliance from the mains results in a
risk of electric shock.
XX
Securely
disconnect the appliance
from the mains using LS switches,
fuses, automatic circuit breakers
or contactors.
XX
Use an authorised measuring
­device to ensure that there is no
power to the appliance.
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Safety
EN
DANGER!
Risk of asphyxiation!
Packaging components (e.g. film,
­polystyrene) can be life-threatening
for children.
XX
Store
all packaging components
out of reach of children.
XX
Dispose of the packaging properly
and immediately.
2.5
INFO
BORA Holding GmbH, BORA Vertriebs
GmbH & Co KG, BORA APAC Pty Ltd
and BORA Lüftungstechnik GmbH do
not assume any liability for damage
arising from non-adherence to the
safety and warning information.
Safety instructions – spare parts
WARNING!
Risk of injury and damage to
­property!
Incorrect components can lead to
personal injury or damage to the
­appliance. Modifications, additions or
alterations to the appliance can lead
to safety risks.
XX
Only use original spare parts for
repairs.
2.6
Intended use
The device cannot be used at altitudes above
2000 m (metres above sea level).
The device is designed exclusively for the
­preparation of food in private households.
This appliance is not intended for:
Outdoor use
Installation in vehicles
QQ Heating rooms
QQ Use in non-stationary installation sites
(e.g. on ships)
QQ Use with an external timer or a separate
­remote control system (remote operation)
Any use other than that specified in these
operating and installation instructions or any
use that goes beyond that which is described
here is classed as unintended. BORA does not
assume any liability for damages caused by
improper use or incorrect operation.
QQ
QQ
All misuse is prohibited!
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3 Technical data
Parameter
Value
Supply voltage
220 - 240 V
Frequency
50/60 Hz
Power consumption
3.7 kW
Fuse protection, minimum
1 x 16 A
Dimensions
(width x depth x height)
340 x 515 x 52 mm
Weight
(incl. accessories/packaging)
7.2 kg
Cooktop
Power levels
1 - 9, P
Front cooking zone
power setting
Ø 155 mm
1200 W
1400 W
Back cooking zone
power setting
Ø 220 mm
2000 W
2300 W
Front cooking zone
Ø 155 mm
194.4 (Wh/kg)
Back cooking zone
Ø 220 mm
176.4 (Wh/kg)
Cooktop energy consumption
Total (average)
Tab. 3.1
185.4 (Wh/kg)
Technical data
Device dimensions
515
340
215
56
Fig. 3.1
Device dimensions
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4 Device description
Sensor keys:
[3] switch cooktop on/off
[4] Pause button
Back cooking zone:
Observe all safety and warning information during
operation (see the Safety chapter).
The cooktop has the following features:
QQ Automatic heat up function
QQ Safety shut-down
QQ Electronic power control (9 levels)
QQ Child safety lock
QQ Pause function
QQ Power setting
QQ Residual heat display
QQ Timer functions
QQ Pan size recognition
QQ Heat retention level
4.1
increase power level
reduce power level
Indicator light for the activated timer
Cooking zone indicator
Timer button
[9]
[10]
[1]
[11]
[12]
increase power level
reduce power level
Indicator light for the activated timer
Cooking zone indicator
Timer button
Front cooking zone:
Structure
1
[5]
[6]
[2]
[7]
[8]
Display panel
Display
Meaning
Cooking zone indicator
1 ... 9
P
A
L
II
v
v
Power level
/
H
Button pressed and held
On
Automatic cut-off (timer)
activated
Flashes
Timer on (00); no time set
Off
Timer off
0 1 ... 99
Set minutes for short time
(alarm) or automatic cut-off
(egg timer)
00
Timer on; no time set
2
88
88
Cooking zone
indicator lamp
4
Fig. 4.1
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
3
Cooktop
Timer display
Front induction cooking zone
Back induction cooking zone
Operating panel for the back cooking zone
Operating panel for the front cooking zone
4.2
Tab. 4.1
Operating panel and operating
principle
1
2
.

.

Fig. 4.2
12
11
10
9
Operating panel
8
7
6
5
4
3
Automatic heat up function
Child safety lock active
Break
Heat retention level
No cookware or
cookware is too small.
Residual heat display:
­Cooking zone is
switched off but still hot
(temperature > 60°C)
Meaning of displays
Touch control
The operating panel is fitted with electronic sensor
buttons and display panels. The sensor buttons respond
to finger contact.
You operate the device by touching the corresponding
sensor key with your finger. Keep the finger pressed on
the sensor key until you either hear an acoustic signal or
the display changes accordingly.
4.3
12
power setting
Functional principle
An induction coil is located underneath an induction
cooktop. If the cooking zone is switched on, this coil
creates a magnetic field that acts directly on the base
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of the pot thus heating it up. The cooking zone is only
indirectly heated up by the heat emitted by the pot.
Cooking zones with induction only work if the cookware
has a magnetisable base.
The induction automatically takes into account the size of
the used cookware which means that only the area in the
cooking zone covered by the base of the pot is heated up.
XX
Observe the minimum pot base diameter (see the
Technical data chapter).
The high power output of induction cooktops results
in the very quick heating up of cookware. A slight
adjustment is needed in comparison to conventional
cooking systems when selecting the power level in order
to avoid burning food.
Activity
Power level
Keeping cooked food warm at approx. 75°C
Melting of butter and chocolate, breaking up gelatine
Keeping sauces and soups warm, soaking rice
Cooking potatoes, pasta, soups, ragouts, steaming
fruit, vegetables and fish, defrosting food
v
1
1-3
2-6
Frying in coated pans, moderate frying
(without overheating the fat) of pork cutlets, fish
6-7
Heating up fat, browning fish, cooking thickened
sources and soups, making omelettes
7-8
Cooking large quantities of liquid, browning steaks
Heating up water
Tab. 4.2
9
P
Recommendations for power levels
The specifications provided in the table are standard
values.
Depending on the cookware and filling quantity, it is
recommended to either decrease or increase the power
level.
4.3.2 power setting
The two cooking zones are equipped with a powerenhancing power setting.
The power setting can be used in order to quickly heat up
large quantities of water. If the power level is activated,
the cooking zones will run at extra high power. After
10 minutes, the power level is automatically switched to
level 9.
INFO
Never heat up oil, fat and the like at this power
setting. The bottom of the pan can overheat
due to the high power output.
4.3.3 Automatic heat up function
The two cooking zones are equipped with an automatic
heat up function that can be switched on and off.
QQ The display shows A.
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This function enables the cooking zone to work at full
power for a certain duration after switching on. After this
time, the power level is automatically switched back to
the power level set.
Power level
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Cooking duration 0:40 1:12 2:00 2:56 4:16 7:12 2:00 3:12
in min:sec
Tab. 4.3
4.3.1 Power levels
EN
Overview of the automatic heat up function
4.3.4 Heat retention level
The heat retention level keeps cooked foods warm at
approx. 75°C.
QQ v is displayed in the cooking zone indicator.
QQ The maximum duration for the warming function is
limited to 2 hours.
4.3.5 Pan size recognition
The cooking zone does not work
QQ v appears in the display.
QQ If it is switched on without cookware or with
unsuitable cookware.
QQ If the base diameter of the cookware is too small.
QQ If the cookware is removed from a cooking zone that is
switched on.
4.3.6 Pause function
The cooking session can be briefly interrupted by pressing
the multi-functional button.
QQ I I appears in the display.
QQ The cooking session and set timer are interrupted
while the pause function is active.
QQ The pause function is limited to a maximum duration of
10 minutes.
4.3.7 Timer functions
You can use 2 timer functions:
QQ Short-time timer (egg timer), no automatic switching
off of a cooking zone.
QQ Automatic cut-off for automatically switching off a
cooking zone.
4.3.8 Suitable cookware
INFO
The heating and heat through time for the base
of the cookware as well as the cooking results
are significantly influenced by the structure and
material of the cookware.
Cookware with this symbol is suitable for
induction cooktops.
The cookware used for the induction cooktop
must be made of metal, feature magnetic
properties and possess a sufficient bottom
surface.
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EN
Suitable cookware is made of:
QQ stainless steel with a magnetisable base
QQ enamelled steel
QQ cast iron
After switching it off, the cooking zone remains hot.
H is displayed in the cooking zone indicator (residual heat
indicator). The cooking zone indicator will go out after
sufficient cooling time (temperature < 60°C).
Cooking zone
Minimum diameter
4.4.2 Safety shut-down of the cooking zone
Front
90 mm
Back
120 mm
Tab. 4.4
Minimum cookware diameter
Each cooking zone is switched off automatically when the
cooking zone in the power level exceeds the maximum
operating duration. H (residual heat display) is then
displayed in the cooking zone indicator.
XX
Perform a magnet test, if necessary. If a magnet sticks
to the base of the utensils, they are normally induction
compatible.
XX
Pay attention to the cookware bottom. The base of
the cookware should not show any sign of curvature.
Due to incorrect temperature monitoring of the hob
caused by the air gap between the cookware and the
temperature sensor underneath the hob, overheating
may occur. The bottom of the cookware must not have
any sharp grooves or sharp edges to avoid scratching
the cooktop.
XX
Place the cookware (without a mat or similar) directly
onto the glass ceramic.
Power level
Noises
4.4.3 Cooking zone overheating protection
The following noises may occur in the cookware when
using induction cooking zones, depending on the material
and the finish of the base:
QQ Humming may occur when using a high power
level. It decreases or disappears if the power level is
decreased.
QQ Crackling or whistling may occur due to the bases of
cookware made of different materials (e.g. sandwich
base).
QQ Clicking sounds may occur during electronic
switching procedures especially at low power levels.
QQ Whirring may occur when the cooling fan is s
­ witched
on. In order to increase the service life of the
­electronic system, the cooktop is equipped with a
cooling fan. The cooling fan switches on ­automatically
if the cooktop is used intensively. You will hear a
­whirring sound. The cooling fan may continue running
after the device has been switched off.
4.4
Safety devices
4.4.1 Residual heat display
INFOWhile H is displayed in the cooking zone
indicator (residual heat display), do not touch
the cooking zone or place any heat-sensitive
objects on top of it. Risk of burns and fire!
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Switch off after
hours:minutes
Power level
Switch off after
hours:minutes
Tab. 4.5
v
1
2
3
4
5
6
02:00 08:40 06:45 05:15 04:20 03:30 02:45
7
8
9
02:20 01:45 01:30
Overview of the safety shut-down
XX
Switch the cooking zone back on (see Operating
control) if you want to put the cooking zone back into
operation.
The induction coils and cooling elements of the electronic
system are equipped with an overheat protection. Before
the induction coils and/or cooling elements overheat,
the overheat protection will initiate one of the following
measures:
QQ The power level P is automatically switched to power
level 9 after 10 minutes. The cooking zone indicator P
switches to 9.
QQ The set power level is reduced.
QQ The cooking zones switch off automatically
(see safety shut-down of the cooking zones).
4.4.4 Automatic switch-off if the button is
pressed and held
The cooktop will be switched off automatically when
one or more sensor buttons are touched for longer than
10 seconds (finger contact, objects, soiling).
QQ The display shows /.
QQ After a few seconds, the cooktop will switch off.
XX
Remove the finger or object from the cooktop.
XX
Clean the cooktop as required.
XX
Where necessary, switch the cooktop back on.
4.4.5 Child safety lock
The child safety lock prevents the cooktop from being
switched on automatically. The child safety lock can only
be activated when the cooktop is switched on and all
cooking zones have been switched off (see the Operation
chapter).
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5 Installation
5.2
XX
Observe all safety and warning information (see the
Safety section).
XX
Follow the enclosed manufacturer’s information.
The following tools are required for the correct installation
of the cooktop:
QQ Phillips screwdriver Z2
QQ Silicone for sealing cutting surfaces
INFO
The device must not be installed above cooling
devices, dishwashers, stoves, ovens, washing
machines or dryers.
INFO
The contact surface of the worktops and wall
sealing strips must be made of a heat-resistant
material (up to approx. 100°C).
INFO
Worktop cut-outs must be moisture-sealed
using suitable means or, where necessary,
fitted with a thermal insulator.
INFO
If the induction glass ceramic wok is used, the
groove dimensions must be increased to 7mm
for flush installation!
5.3
Tool and aids
Assembly instructions
5.3.1 Safety clearances
XX
Maintain the following safety clearances:
3
2
1
5.1
Checking the scope of delivery
Name
Quantity
Operating and installation instructions
1
Cooktop fixing screws set
1
Sealing tape
1
Cooktop
1
Glass ceramic scraper
1
Height adjustment plate set
1
Mounting straps set for cooktop
1
Glass ceramic cleaning instructions
1
Tab. 5.1
Scope of delivery
XX
Check the scope of delivery for damage and make sure
it is complete (see Tab. 5.1).
XX
If there are any missing or damaged parts, please
notify BORA After Sales Service.
XX
Do not under any circumstances install parts which are
damaged.
XX
Dispose of transport packaging in the proper manner
(see the Decommissioning and Disposal section).
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Recommended minimum clearances
[1] Rear minimum clearance of 50 mm between the worktop
cut-out and the rear edge of the worktop.
[2] Minimum clearance of 300 mm from the left and right of the
worktop cut-out to the adjacent cabinet or wall.
[3] Minimum clearance of 650 mm between the worktop
and the wall unit. A minimum clearance of 1,000 mm is
recommended for ergonomic reasons.
5.4
Cut-out dimensions
Preparing the worktop
XX
Create the worktop cut-out.
XX
Make sure that the cutting surfaces of the worktops
are properly sealed.
XX
Comply with the instructions of the worktop
manufacturer.
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Flush installation
Cut-out dimensions when installing cooktops or cooktops
and the BORA cooktop extractor next to each other:
A
Cooktops/cooktop extractor
A in mm
B in mm
1/0
344
320
2/0
685
661
3/0
1026
1002
2/1
776
752
3/2
1208
1184
4/2
1549
1525
> 600
519
> 50
495
5
<R
R5
B
Fig. 5.2
Flush installation
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5
Tab. 5.2
Preparing the worktop
10 ... 40
Fig. 5.3
Cut-out dimensions
XX
Create the worktop cut-out.
XX
Make sure that the cutting surfaces of the worktops
are properly sealed.
XX
Comply with the instructions of the worktop
manufacturer.
Groove dimensions cut-out
Attaching the sealing tape
Surface mounting
B
<R
1
5
> 600
495
2
Fig. 5.6
Sealing tape with flush installation
> 50
[1] Black, heat-resistant silicone sealant
[2] Sealing tape
Fig. 5.4
1
Surface mounting
2
10
10 ... 40
Fig. 5.7
Fig. 5.5
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Sealing tape with surface mounting
[1] Black, heat-resistant silicone sealant
[2] Sealing tape
Surface mounting cut-out
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QQ No
sealing tape is required on the side of the appliance
adjacent to the extraction system as the extraction
frame can otherwise be damaged.
XX
With surface mounting, attach the enclosed sealing
tape [2] to the underside of the device before installing
it. Do not leave any gaps with the exception of the side
adjacent to the extraction system.
XX
With flush installation, attach the enclosed sealing tape
to the horizontal cutting edge in the worktop cut-out,
even if you seal the device with a silicone sealant [1] or
similar.
XX
Note down the type designation and build number of
the device (FD number) on the back of this manual.
Both details can be found on the nameplate on the
underside of the device.
5.5
Installing the cooktop
Clearance of one millimetre should be planned
between the built-in appliances.
INFO
A clearance of two millimetres should be
planned around the built-in appliances.
INFO
Cable protection (false floor) should be
mounted below the appliances. This needs to
be removable for maintenance work.
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EN
Installing the cooktop
2
Fig. 5.9
1
Installed cooktop with cooktop extractor
[1] Cooktop
[2] Cooktop extractor
XX
Insert the cooktop [1] next to the cooktop extractor [2]
that has already been installed in the centre.
INFO
The cooktop [1] lies on the side rail of the
cooktop extractor [2], which stabilises it.
XX
Precisely position the cooktop [1].
XX
If necessary, use the height adjustment plates to
adjust the cooktop’s installation height.
50
1
Fig. 5.8
Side view of the cable protection and ventilation
QQ Cross
bars on the kitchen unit in the area of the
worktop cut-out may need to be removed.
QQ Make sure that the area below the cooktop is
sufficiently ventilated. An opening cross-section > 50
cm² at the front and in the false floor for the ventilation
of the induction equipment should be available.
QQ The drawers and/or shelves in the floor unit must be
removable for maintenance and cleaning purposes.
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Fig. 5.10 Cooktop and height adjustment plates
[1] Cooktop
[2] Height adjustment plates
For surface mounting
XX
Make sure that the sealing tape for the cooktop is flat
against the worktop.
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For flush installation
XX
Make sure that the sealing tape of the cooktop is
sealed well all the way round.
Establishing the power connection
XX
Switch off the main switch/automatic circuit breaker
before connecting the cooktop.
XX
Secure the main switch/automatic circuit breaker
against being switched back on without permission.
XX
Make sure the power to the appliance is disconnected.
XX
Connect the mains cable.
XX
Only connect the cooktop using a permanent
connection to a power supply cable.
1
2
L1
2
N
PE
220 - 240 V~
1
Fig. 5.12 Connection diagram 1-phase
XX
Check that the cooktop has been correctly installed.
XX
Switch on the main switch/automatic circuit breaker.
XX
Put the cooktop into operation (see the Operation
section).
XX
Check that all the functions are working correctly.
Fig. 5.11 Mounting straps
[1] Screw
[2] Mounting bracket
XX
Secure the cooktop [1] using the mounting straps [2].
XX
Tighten the mounting strap screws [1] with max. 10
Nm.
XX
Verify that the alignment is correct.
XX
Once all of the installation work is complete, seal the
devices with black, heat-resistant silicone sealant.
5.6
5.7
Handover to user
Once installation is complete:
XX
Explain the main functions to the user.
XX
Explain all safety-related aspects of operation and
handling to the user.
XX
Provide the user with the accessories and operating
and installation instructions for safe storage.
Power connection
XX
Observe all safety and warning information in the
Safety section.
XX
Observe all national and regional laws and regulations
as well as the supplementary regulations of the local
utility companies.
INFO
The power connection may only be established
by a certified specialist. He/she also assumes
responsibility for the proper installation and
commissioning.
The power supply line for use (pre-assembled) must be of
the type H05VV-F or H05VVH2-F as a minimum.
QQ Cross-section: 3G 1.5 mm²
QQ If the connection line has been damaged this must be
replaced by a special connection line. This may only
be done by an authorised member of the After Sales
Service team.
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6 Operation
QQ After
10 minutes, the cooking zone is automatically
switched back to power level 9.
XX
Observe all safety and warning information during
operation (see the Safety chapter).
INFO
INFO
6.1
The cooktop may only be operated when the
stainless steel grease filter of the cooktop
extractor is installed (see operating
instructions for cooktop extractor).
Clean the cooking zone before using the
cooktop for the first time (see the Cleaning
chapter).
Switching cooktop on/off
Switching on
XX
Press
to switch on the cooktop. The power level 0
is displayed in the cooking zone indicators.
QQ If no power level is set after switching on the
appliance, the cooktop will turn off after a few
seconds.
Switching off
INFO
Use the operating panel to switch off the
­cooking zone after use. Do not rely on the pan
size recognition.
XX
Press
to switch off the cooktop.
XX
Pay attention to the residual heat display
(see the Device Description chapter).
6.1.1 Switching on the cooking zone
XX
Press the
button for the desired cooking zone. The
0 in the cooking zone indicator lights up more brightly.
The cooking zone indicator light illuminates.
6.1.2 Adjusting the power level
XX
Press
to set power level 5
to set power level 9.
6.1.3 Changing the power level
XX
Press
or
until the required power level is shown
in the cooking zone indicator.
6.1.4 Switching on the power setting
INFO
Both cooking zones are equipped with a p
­ owerenhancing power setting.
If a cooking zone is operated at power setting P, the other
cooking zones can be operated at a maximum power level
of 5. If the power setting is increased to 5, the power level
will switch back to P.
XX
Continue pressing
until power setting P is
displayed in the cooking zone indicator.
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6.1.5 Switching the power setting off early
XX
Continue pressing
until the lower power level that
you want is displayed.
6.1.6 Switching off the cooking zone
INFO
If a cooking zone indicator shows H,
the cooking zone is still hot.
XX
Continue pressing
or
until the cooking zone
indicator displays power level 0. The display will show
a 0 for a few seconds.
XX
Press
and
simultaneously.
6.1.7 Pause function
INFO
The pause function switches off automatically
after 10 minutes.
XX
Press the pause button
on the cooktop to briefly
interrupt the cooking session.
QQ I I is displayed in the cooking zone indicator.
XX
Press the pause button
again followed by
or
to end the pause function.
By pressing the
button when the pause function is
active, the previous setting can be activated again within
6 seconds.
To do so, press the
button and then .
6.1.8 Automatic heat up function
Switching on the automatic heat up function
Prerequisite
QQ The cooktop is switched on.
QQ All cooking zones are switched off.
XX
Press the
and
buttons on the cooktop.
XX
Press the
button (within 5 seconds) to select the
desired power level (continuous cooking stage), which
should be used to continue the cooking session after
the end of the automatic heat up function.
QQ The cooking zone indicator will display the symbol A to
show that the automatic heat up function is activated as
well as the continuous cooking stage set, for example 5.
Switching off the automatic heat up function
The activated automatic heat up function will end
prematurely if you
XX
press the
button on the cooking zone.
XX
set power level 9.
XX
activate the power setting P.
XX
activate the heat retention level v.
XX
switch off the cooktop by pressing the
button.
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6.1.9 Heat retention level
QQ A
cooking zone is in use.
QQ Power level 1 is activated.
XX
Press
to set the heat retention level v.
QQ The cooking zone will automatically switch off after
2 seconds.
6.1.10 Using the timer function
You can use 2 timer functions:
QQ Short-time timer (egg timer), no automatic switching
off of a cooking zone.
QQ Automatic cut-off for automatically switching off a
cooking zone.
You can set a time range of between 1 and 99 minutes for
both timer functions.
XX
If you press
first, 1 minute will be pre-set as the
starting time.
XX
If you press
first, 30 minutes will be pre-set as the
starting time.
INFO
The active cooking zone indicator shows
that the automatic cut-off is activated.
The remaining time is displayed.
After the end of the time set, the cooking zone turns off
automatically.
Prerequisite
QQ A cooking zone has been selected.
QQ A power level was set.
XX
Press the timer button .
QQ The relevant cooking zone blinks and 00 appears in the
cooking zone indicator.
XX
Press
or
to set the required time.
XX
Press the timer button
again to activate it.
QQ Activation will take place within 10 seconds of the
button last being pressed.
Changing the timer settings
XX
Press any sensor button on the operating panel to end
the signal tone prematurely.
XX
Press the timer button
for the cooking zone for
which you want to change the time.
QQ The relevant indicator light blinks.
XX
Press
or
to set the required time.
Setting the short-time timer (egg timer)
Switching the timer off early
Switching off the timer signal tone
You can set a short-time timer for each cooking zone.
INFO
The active cooking zone indicator shows
that the short-time timer is activated.
The remaining time is displayed.
After the end of the time set, 00 will be displayed for a
few seconds on the timer display. A signal tone will sound
for a few seconds.
Prerequisite
QQ The cooktop must be switched on.
XX
Press the timer button
or .
QQ Each indicator light will blink and 00 will appear in the
cooking zone indicator.
XX
Press
or
to set the required time.
QQ Activation will take place within 10 seconds of the
button last being pressed.
QQ If the cooktop is switched off with the on/off button
, the cooking zone indicator will become active and
the remaining time will be displayed.
Changing the timer settings
XX
Press
to switch on the cooktop.
QQ The timer indicator light blinks.
XX
Press
or
to set the required time.
Setting the automatic cut-off
You can set an automatic cut-off for every cooking zone.
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XX
Press the timer button
for the cooking zone for
which you want to switch off the timer.
QQ The relevant indicator light blinks.
XX
Press
until the timer display shows 00,
or
XX
press
and
simultaneously. The time in the timer
display is immediately set to 00.
6.1.11 Activating/deactivating the
childproofing feature
INFO
If a cooking zone indicator alternates between
displaying L and H, the cooking zone is still hot.
Activating the child safety lock
Prerequisites:
QQ The cooktop is switched on.
QQ All cooking zones are switched off.
XX
Press the sensor buttons
for the front cooking zone
and
for the back cooking zone at the same time.
Then press the sensor button
for the front cooking
zone again.
QQ Both cooking zone indicators will display L. The child
safety lock is activated.
Deactivating the child safety lock for a
cooking session
Prerequisites:
QQ The cooktop is switched on.
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EN
If a cooking zone indicator alternately shows 0
and H, the cooking zone is still hot.
XX
Press the sensor buttons
for the front cooking zone
and
for the back cooking zone at the same time.
QQ All cooking zone indicators show the power level 0. The
child safety lock is deactivated.
The power level you require can now be set for each
cooking zone.
After the cooktop has been switched off, the child safety
lock is activated again.
Deactivating the child safety lock
INFO
If a cooking zone indicator alternately shows 0
and H, the cooking zone is still hot.
Prerequisites:
QQ The cooktop is switched on.
XX
Press the sensor buttons
for the front cooking zone
and
for the back cooking zone at the same time.
Then press the sensor button for the
back cooking
zone again.
QQ The child safety lock is deactivated.
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Cleaning and ­Maintenance
EN
7 Cleaning and
­Maintenance
XX
Observe all safety and warning information
(see the Safety chapter).
XX
Follow the enclosed manufacturer’s information.
XX
Make sure that the cooktop and cooktop extractor
have been switched off completely and have cooled
down prior to the planned cleaning and maintenance
work to prevent injury (see the Operation chapter).
QQ Regular cleaning ensures the longevity of the product
and optimal functioning.
XX
Adhere to the following cleaning and maintenance
cycles:
Component
Cleaning cycle
Control panel
immediately after every soiling
Cooktop
immediately after every soiling every
week thoroughly with standard
­commercially available cleaning agents
Tab. 7.1
7.1
INFO
Cleaning cycles
Cleaning agents
Due to the use of aggressive cleaning agents
and abrasion caused by the pot bases the
­surface will become damaged and dark stains
will occur.
You need a special glass ceramic scraper and suitable
cleaning agents to clean the cooktop.
XX
Never use steam cleaners, abrasive sponges, scouring
pads, or chemically aggressive cleaning agents
(e.g. baking oven spray).
XX
Make sure that the cleaning agent does not contain
any sand, soda, acids or chloride.
7.2
Maintaining the cooktop
7.3
INFO
Cleaning the cooktop
When the cooktop extractor is switched on, the
stainless steel grease filter must be installed
to ensure that no small and light objects, such
as cleaning wipes made of fabrics or paper are
sucked in (see operating instructions for the
cooktop).
XX
Make sure that the cooktop is switched off (see the
Operating chapter).
XX
Wait until all cooking zones are cold.
XX
Remove all coarse soiling and food residues from the
cooktop with a glass ceramic scraper.
XX
Apply the cleaning agent onto the cold cooktop.
XX
Rub the cleaning agent with a paper towel or a clean
cloth.
XX
Wipe off the cooktop while wet.
XX
Rub the cooktop dry with a clean cloth.
When the cooktop is hot:
XX
Immediately remove molten residues of plastic,
­aluminium film, sugar or foods containing sugar with
a glass ceramic scraper from the hot cooking zone
to prevent burning them in.
Heavy soiling
XX
Remove heavy soiling and stains (limescale stains,
pearly shimmering stains) with cleaning agents while
the cooktop is still warm.
XX
Soften dried dirt residues using a damp cloth.
XX
Remove dirt residues with the glass ceramic scraper.
XX
Always remove grains, crumbs or similar which fall
onto the cooktop during general cooking work right
away to prevent the surface from being scratched.
Coloured changes and shiny surfaces are not cooktop
­damage. They do not impact on the function of the
­cooktop and the stability of the glass ceramic.
Discolourations to the cooktop arise from residues which
are not removed and have been burnt in.
Glossy spots are caused by the abrasion of the pot base,
especially when using cooking utensils with aluminium
bases, or by unsuitable cleaning agents. They are very
hard to remove.
XX
Do not use the cooktop as a worktop or shelf.
XX
Do not push or pull cookware across the cooktop.
XX
Always lift pots and pans.
XX
Keep the cooktop clean.
XX
Remove any kind of soiling immediately.
XX
Only use cookware which is suitable for glass ceramic
cooktops (see the Device description chapter).
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8 Troubleshooting
Observe all safety and warning information (see the Safety chapter).
Operating situation
Cause
Remedy
The cooktop cannot be switched on.
The fuse or the automatic circuit breaker of the Replace the fuse.
electrical installation of the apartment ­and/or
house is defective.
Switch the safety cut-out back on.
The fuse or the automatic circuit
breaker trips several times.
Call the BORA Service Team.
The power supply is disconnected.
Have a specialist electrician inspect the
power supply.
Odours and vapours arise when the new
cooktop is put into operation.
This is normal on brand-new appliances.
Wait a few operating hours.
Contact the BORA Service Team if the
odour persists.
v is displayed in the
cooking zone indicator.
No or unsuitable cookware has been placed
on the cooking zone.
Only use suitable cookware.
Select the cookware size
depending on the cooking zone
(see the Device Description chapter).
L is displayed in the
The child safety lock is activated.
Switch off the childproofing feature
(see the Operation chapter).
/ is displayed in the
Press and hold one or more buttons.
Clean the operating panel or remove
objects (see the Device description chapter).
E is displayed in the
cooking zone indicator.
The associated cooking zone or a power
element is defective.
Note down the error number and
contact the BORA Service Team.
A cooking zone or the entire cooktop
switches off automatically.
The operating time of a cooking zone has
been exceeded.
Put the cooking zone back into
operation (see the Operation chapter).
The overheat protection has tripped.
(see the Device Description chapter)
The power setting is automatically shut off
prematurely.
The overheat protection has tripped.
(see the Device Description chapter)
The cooling fan continues running after the
cooktop has been switched off.
The fan will continue to run until the cooktop
has cooled down and will then switch off
automatically.
Wait until the cooling fan switches off
automatically.
cooking zone indicator.
cooking zone indicator.
Tab. 8.1
Resolving a fault
XX
In all other instances, call the BORA Service Team (see the Warranty, service and spare parts chapter).
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­ isassembly and ­disposal
EN
9 Decommissioning,
­disassembly and
­disposal
XX
Observe all safety and warning information
(see the Safety section).
XX
Follow the enclosed manufacturer’s information.
9.1
Decommissioning
Decommissioning is understood as final shutdown and
disassembly. Following decommissioning, the device can
either be installed into other units, sold on privately or
disposed of.
INFO
Electricity and gas connections may only be
disconnected by qualified specialists.
XX
To decommission, switch the device off
(see Operation section)
XX
Disconnect the device from the power supply.
9.2
Disassembly
For removal, the device must be accessible for
­disassembly and disconnected from the power s­ upply.
For gas devices, make sure the gas connection is
­disconnected.
XX
Undo the mounting brackets.
XX
Remove the silicone joints.
XX
Remove the device from the worktop by lifting it
upwards.
XX
Remove any other accessories.
XX
Dispose of the old device and any c­ ontaminated
­accessories as described under “­Environmentallyfriendly disposal”.
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9.3
Environmentally-friendly disposal
Disposal of transport packaging
INFO
The packaging protects the device from
­damage in transport. The packaging ­materials
have been selected from environmental and
disposal perspectives and are therefore
­recyclable.
Returning the packaging to the materials cycle saves
resources and reduces waste volumes. Your specialist
supplier will take the packaging back.
XX
Give the packaging to your specialist supplier
or
XX
Dispose of the packaging properly in line with local
regulations.
Disposal of old appliance
Electrical devices marked with this label
may not be disposed of in d
­ omestic
waste at the end of their service
life. They must be disposed of at a
­collection point for the recycling of old
electrical or electronic devices. You
can find information from your city or
district council.
Many electrical and electronic devices still contain
­valuable materials. But they also contain damaging
­materials which were necessary for them to function
properly and safely. These can damage human health or
the environment if disposed of improperly or incorrectly
handled.
XX
Never put your old appliance in domestic waste.
XX
Take the old appliance to a regional collection point
for return and recycling electrical and electronic
­components and other materials.
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EN
10 Warranty, technical
service and spare parts
XX
Observe all safety and warning information
(see the Safety section).
10.1 Warranty
The warranty period is 2 years.
10.2 Service
BORA Service:
see back page of operation and installation instructions
+800 7890 0987
XX
If there are faults which you are not able to resolve
yourself, please contact your BORA specialist supplier
or the BORA Service Team.
The BORA Service Team requires the type designation
and the build number of your appliance (FD number). Both
pieces of information can be found on the nameplate on
the back of the instructions and on the appliance base.
10.3 Replacement parts
XX
Only use original spare parts for repairs.
INFO
Replacement parts can be obtained from your
BORA dealer, the BORA online service website
at www.bora.com/service or by calling the
service number provided.
www.bora.com
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www.bora.com
Nameplate:
(please affix)
Germany:
Australia - New Zealand:
BORA Lüftungstechnik GmbH
Rosenheimer Str. 33
83064 Raubling
Germany
T +49 (0) 8035 / 907-240
F +49 (0) 8035 / 907-249
info@bora.com
www.bora.com
BORA APAC Pty Ltd
100 Victoria Road
Drummoyne NSW 2047
Australia
T +61 2 7900 5580
F +61 2 8076 3514
info@boraapac.com.au
www.boraapac.com.au
Austria:
BORA Vertriebs GmbH & Co KG
Prof.-Dr.-Anton-Kathrein-Straße 3
6342 Niederndorf
Austria
T +43 (0) 5373 / 62250-0
F +43 (0) 5373 / 62250-90
mail@bora.com
www.bora.com
Europe:
BORA Holding GmbH
Prof.-Dr.-Anton-Kathrein-Straße 3
6342 Niederndorf
Austria
T +43 (0) 5373 / 62250-0
F +43 (0) 5373 / 62250-90
mail@bora.com
www.bora.com
+800 7890 0987
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