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RV 902 .. - RV 1002 ..
Twin Cavity Dual Fuel Cookers
Manual for Installation, Use and Maintenance
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Customer Care Department • The
Group Ltd. • Harby Road • Langar • Nottinghamshire • NG13 9HY
T : 01949 862 012 F : 01949 862 003 E : service@cda.eu W : www.cda.eu
Important
This appliance is designed and manufactured solely for the cooking of domestic (household) food and is not
suitable for any non domestic application and therefore should not be used in a commercial environment.
The appliance guarantee will be void if the appliance is used within a non domestic environment i.e. a semi
commercial, commercial or communal environment.
The CDA Group Ltd cannot be held responsible for injuries or losses caused by incorrect use or installation of this
product. Please note that CDA reserve the right to invalidate the guarantee supplied with this product following
incorrect installation or misuse of the appliance.
Appliance information:
Please enter the details on the appliance rating plate below for reference, to assist CDA Customer Care in the event
of a fault with your appliance and to register your appliance for guarantee purposes.
Appliance Model
Serial Number
Declaration of CE conformity
This cooker has been designed, constructed and marketed in compliance with:
- Safety requirements of EU Directive “Gas” 2009/142/EC;
- Safety requirements of EU Directive “Low Voltage” 2006/95/EC;
- Protection requirements of EU Directive “EMC” 2004/108/EC;
- Requirements of EU Directive 93/68/EEC.
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Important information for correct disposal of the product in accordance with EC Directive
2002/96/EC.
At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed of as urban waste. It
must be taken to a special local authority differentiated waste collection centre or to
a dealer providing this service.
Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids possible negative consequences
for the environment and health deriving from inappropriate disposal and enables
the constituent materials to be recovered to obtain significant savings in energy and
resources. As a reminder of the need to dispose of household appliances separately,
the product is marked with a crossed-out wheeled dustbin.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
IMPORTANT: This appliance is designed and manufactured solely for the cooking of domestic (household) food and is not suitable for any non domestic application and therefore should not
be used in a commercial environment.
The appliance guarantee will be void if the appliance is used
within a non domestic environment i.e. a semi commercial, commercial or communal environment.
Read the instructions carefully before installing and using the
appliance.
• After having unpacked the appliance, check to ensure that it is not damaged
and that the oven door closes correctly.
In case of doubt, do not use it and consult your supplier or a professionally
qualified technician.
• Packing elements (i.e. plastic bags, polystyrene foam, nails, packing straps,
etc.) should not be left around within easy reach of children, as these may
cause serious injuries.
• Some appliances are supplied with a protective film on steel and aluminium
parts. This film must be removed before using the appliance.
• IMPORTANT: The use of suitable protective clothing/gloves is recommended when handling or cleaning this appliance.
• Do not attempt to modify the technical characteristics of the appliance as
this may become dangerous to use. The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any inconvenience resulting from the inobservance of this condition.
• CAUTION: this appIiance must only be installed in a permanently ventilated
room in compliance with the applicable regulations.
• Do not operate your appliance by means of an external timer or separate
remote-control system.
• Do not carry out cleaning or maintenance operations on the appliance without having previously disconnected it from the electric power supply.
• WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing the
oven lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
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• Do not use a steam cleaner because the moisture can get into the appliance
thus make it unsafe.
• Do not touch the appliance with wet or damp hands (or feet).
• Do not use the appliance whilst in barefoot.
• If you should decide not to use this appliance any longer (or decide to substitute another model), before disposing of it, it is recommended that it be
made inoperative in an appropriate manner in accordance to health and environmental protection regulations, ensuring in particular that all potentially
hazardous parts be made harmless, especially in relation to children who
could play with unused appliances.
• The various components of the appliance are recyclable. Dispose of them in
accordance with the regulations in force in your country. If the appliance is
to be scrapped, remove the power cord.
• After use, ensure that the knobs are in the off position.
• Children less than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless continuously supervised.
• This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and
persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards
involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
• The manufacturer declines all liability for injury to persons or damage to
property caused by incorrect or improper use of the appliance.
• WARNING: During use the appliance and its accessible parts become hot;
they remain hot for some time after use.
–– Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements (on the hob and
inside the oven).
–– The door is hot, use the handle.
–– To avoid burns and scalds, young children should be kept away.
• Make sure that electrical cables connecting other appliances in the proximity
of the cooker cannot come into contact with the hob or become entrapped
in the oven door.
• WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can be dangerous
and may result in fire. NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch
off the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid or a fire blanket.
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• WARNING: Danger of fire: do not store items on the cooking surfaces.
• WARNING: When correctly installed, your product meets all safety requirements laid down for this type of product category. However special care
should be taken around the rear or the underneath of the appliance as these
areas are not designed or intended to be touched and may contain sharp or
rough edges, that may cause injury.
• FIRST USE OF THE OVEN - it is advised to follow these instructions:
–– Furnish the interior of the oven as described in the chapter “CLEANING
AND MAINTENANCE”.
–– Switch on the empty oven on max to eliminate grease from the heating
elements.
–– Disconnect the appliance from the electrical power supply, let the oven
cool down and clean the interior of the oven with a cloth soaked in water
and neutral detergent; then dry carefully.
• CAUTION: Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to
clean the oven door glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result
in shattering of the glass.
• Do not line the oven walls with aluminium foil. Do not place baking trays or
the drip tray on the base of the oven chamber.
• FIRE RISK! Do not store flammable material in the oven or in the storage
compartment.
• Always use oven gloves when removing the shelves and food trays from the
oven whilst hot.
• Do not hang towels, dishcloths or other items on the appliance or its handle
– as this could be a fire hazard.
• Clean the oven regularly and do not allow fat or oils to build up in the oven
base or tray. Remove spillages as soon as they occur.
• Do not stand on the cooker or on the open oven door.
• Always stand back from the appliance when opening the oven door to allow
steam and hot air to escape before removing the food.
• SAFE FOOD HANDLING: Leave food in the oven for as short a time as possible before and after cooking. This is to avoid contamination by organisms
which may cause food poisoning. Take particular care during warmer weather.
• WARNING: Take care NOT to lift the cooker by the door handle.
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Features and Technical Data - mod. RV 902 ..
Gas Burners
1. Auxiliary burner (A)
2. Semi-Rapid burner (SR)
3. Semi-Rapid burner (SR)
4. Rapid burner (R)
5. Triple Ring burner (TR)
1.00 kW
1.75 kW
1.75 kW
3.00 kW
3.50 kW
Note:
The electric ignition is incorporated in the knobs.
The appliance has a safety valve system fitted, the flow of gas will be stopped if and when the flame should
accidentally go out.
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2
3
4
1
Conventional
Oven
Fig. 1a
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Multifunction
Main Oven
Features and Technical Data - mod. RV 1002 ..
Gas Burners
1. Auxiliary burner (A)
2. Semi-Rapid burner (SR)
3. Rapid burner (R)
4. Triple Ring burner (TR)
1.00 kW
1.75 kW
3.00 kW
3.50 kW
Note:
The electric ignition is incorporated in the knobs.
The appliance has a safety valve system fitted, the flow of gas will be stopped if and when the flame should
accidentally go out.
3
2
2
1
4
4
Conventional
Oven
Fig. 1b
Multifunction
Main Oven
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Control Panel
Controls Description
1. Front right burner control knob
2. Rear right burner control knob
3. Central rear burner control knob
4. Central front burner control knob
5. Rear left burner control knob
6. Front left burner control knob
7. Multifunction main oven switch knob
8. Multifunction main oven thermostat knob
9. Central burner control knob
10. Clock and timer with “Touch-Control” keys (main oven only)
11. Conventional oven thermostat knob
12. Conventional oven switch knob
Pilot Lamps:
13. Main oven thermostat indicator light
14. Conventional oven thermostat indicator light
Please note: This appliance incorporates a safety cooling fan which you will hear operating whenever the oven or
grill are in use. The cooling fan may also operate when the oven is switched off. This fan is to reduce the external
temperature of the appliance and cool the internal components.
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14
mod. RV 902 ..
Fig. 2a
10
8
7
6
13
5
9
2
1
12
11
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mod. RV 1002 ..
Fig. 2b
10
8
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
12
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Clock and Timer with “Touch-Control” Keys
(Multifunction Main Oven only)
Keys:
+ and – Touched simultaneously (for more than 2 seconds):
• setting the clock;
• setting the timer volume (by touching once, along
with the “MODE” key);
• to cancel automatic cooking at any time.
MODEFunction selection (touched for more than 2 seconds):
• setting the clock (only after first connection or after
Fig. 3
a power failure);
• timer;
• automatic cooking “dur” (duration) - how long the food will take to cook (by touching the “MODE”
key again);
• automatic cooking “End” - the time you would like the oven turns off (by touching the “MODE” key
two more times);
+
Increases the number shown on the display
–
Decreases the number shown on the display
Illuminated Symbols:
AUTO
flashing - Automatic cooking completed, oven in automatic position but not set
AUTO
steady illumination - Oven set for automatic cooking, cooking still not taking place
“
”
flashing - Timer being set
“
”
steady illumination - Timer in operation
“
”
steady illumination - Oven set for manual cooking
“
” and AUTO AUTO flashing - Automatic cooking being set
“
” and AUTO steady illumination - Oven set for automatic cooking, cooking taking place.
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“Touch-Control” Keys
The “touch-control” keys shall be operated by the fingers (just by touching the key). When using touch controls it
is best to use the ball of your finger rather than the tip.
The keys are automatically deactivated:
- 8 seconds after the last selection; the deactivation is indicated by an acoustic signal (“beep”).
To reactivate just touch the “MODE” key or the “+” and “–” keys.
Setting the Clock
When first connected, or after a power failure, the digits and “AUTO” will shown on the display. To set the clock,
touch the “MODE“ key, for more than 2 seconds, and then the “+” or “–” keys.
Important: The oven does not operate, in manual cooking, without first having set the clock.
To set the clock, with the appliance already connected, touch the “+” and “–” keys simultaneously (for more than
2 seconds), then “+” or “–” keys.
Important: - changing the time will delete any automatic programme;
- after setting the clock, the oven starts to operate in the selected function (manual
cooking). The “
” symbol is steady illuminated.
Using the Timer
You can use the timer at any time, even when the oven is not in use. The timer does not turn the oven off.
The timer can be set for up to 23 hours and 59 minutes.
- To set the timer, touch the “MODE” key for more than 2 seconds (the “ ” symbol flashes), than the “+” or “–”
keys.
- After about 8 seconds an acoustic signal (“beep”) will sound confirming the regulation (“ ” symbol steady
illuminated).
- To check the remaining time touch the “MODE“ key for more than 2 seconds. If the remaining time is more than
a minute the display will show hours and minutes; if less than a minute the display will show seconds.
- When the time is up, the timer will beep. Touch the “MODE” key , for more then 2 seconds, to turn it off; or press
the “+” or “–” key to stop the beep and than the “MODE” key, for more than 2 seconds, to deactivate the “ ”
symbol flashing on the display.
- Turn off the oven manually (function and thermostat knobs in the off position) if the manual cooking has been
completed.
Setting the Timer Volume
You can select from three volume levels.
- Touch the “+” and “–” keys simultaneously for more than 2 seconds.
- Touch the “MODE” key; you can read on the display the current timer volume (“ton1”, “ton2” or “ton3”).
- Touch the “–” key to listen or change the timer volume.
- Timer volume activated: the last displayed.
- After about 8 seconds an acoustic signal (“beep”) will sound confirming the volume setting; then the time of day
will be displayed.
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Automatic Cooking
Use automatic cooking to automatically turn the oven on, cook, and then turn the oven off.
1. Check the clock shows the correct time.
2. Select the function and temperature (function and temperature knobs). The oven will come on.
3. Decide how long the food will take to cook, allowing time for preheating if necessary.
4. Touch the “MODE” key for more than 2 seconds and then touch again. “dur” will show (duration). Using the
“+” and “–” keys, set the stop time.
5. Decide the time you would like the oven to turn off; touch the “MODE” key for more than 2 seconds and then
touch it two times again. “End” will show. Using the “+” and “–” keys, set the stop time.
Note: While “dur” is displayed you can change to “End” just by touching one time the “MODE” key (within 8
seconds from the last selection).
If there is time to wait before cooking starts, the current time of day and “AUTO” will show in the clock display. The
oven will switch off but is now set for automatic cooking.
If you are already at home to turn the oven on and only want the oven to turn off automatically, start cooking as
normal, then follow step 4 or step 5 to set a time to stop the oven.
When automatic cooking starts, “ ” will be displayed and the oven will turn on.
- To see the remaining cook time, follow step 4 up to display “dur” (duration).
- To see the set stop time, follow step 5 up to display “End”.
- To cancel automatic cooking at any time, touch the “+” and “–” keys simultaneously (for more than 2 seconds)
and turn the temperature and function knobs to the off position.
When the stop time is reached, the oven will turn off, the timer will beep and “AUTO” will flash:
- Touch any key to stop the beeping.
- Touch the “MODE” key, for more than 2 seconds, to return the oven to the manual mode (“ ” symbol steady
illuminated on the display).
- Turn the temperature and function knobs to the off position.
Attention: after a power failure any automatic programme is deleted. Turn off the oven manually.
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How to Use the Hob Burners
Hob Burners
Each hob burner is controlled by a separate gas valve operated
by a control knob (fig. 4) which has 3 positions marked on the
control panel, these are:
– Symbol
– Symbol
– Symbol
: Tap closed (burner off)
: High (maximum)
: Low (minimum)
Push in and turn the knob anti-clockwise to the selected position.
The maximum aperture position permits rapid boiling of liquids,
whereas the minimum aperture position allows slower warming
of food or maintaining boiling conditions of liquids.
Fig. 4
To reduce the gas flow to minimum, rotate the knob further anticlockwise to point the indicator towards the small flame symbol.
Other intermediate operating adjustments can be achieved by positioning the indicator between the maximum
and minimum aperture positions, not between the maximum aperture and closed positions.
Note: When the hob is not being used, set the gas knobs to their closed positions and also close the
cock valve on the gas bottle or the main gas supply line.
Lighting of the Hob Burners
To ignite the burner, the following instructions are to be followed:
1 - Press in the corresponding knob and turn counter-clockwise to the full flame position marked by the
(fig. 4) and hold the knob in until the flame has been lit.
In the case of a mains failure light the burner with a match or lighted taper.
2 - Wait about ten seconds after the gas lighting before releasing the knob (starting time for the valve).
3 - Adjust the gas valve to the desired power.
symbol
Important
If the burner flame should go out for some reason, the safety valve will automatically stop the gas flow.
To re-light the burner, return the knob to the closed position, wait for at least 1 minute and then repeat the
lighting procedure.
If your local gas supply makes it difficult to light the burner with the knob set to maximum, set the knob to
minimum and repeat the operation.
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Choice of Burner
The burner must be choosen according to the diameter of the
pans and energy required. Saucepans with handles which are
excessively heavy, in relationship to the weight of the pan, are
safer as they are less likely to tip. Pans which are positioned
centrally on burners are more stable than those which are offset.
It is far safer to position the pan handles in such a way that they
cannot be accidentally knocked.
Fig. 5
When deep fat frying fill the pan only one third full of oil.
DO NOT cover the pan with a lid and DO NOT leave the pan unattended.
In the unfortunate event of a fire, leave the pan where it is and turn off all controls. Place a damp cloth or correct
fitting lid over the pan to smother the flames.
DO NOT use water on the fire.
Leave the pan to cool for at least 30 minutes.
Do not use pans with concave or convex bases
Burner Size
Minimum Pan Diameter (cm)
Maximum Pan Diameter (cm)
Auxiliary
12
14
Semi-Rapid
16
24
Rapid (RV 902 .. model)
24
26
Rapid (RV 1002 .. model)
24
24
Triple Ring
26
28
Wok
-
36
AIR FLOW
(cooling fan)
Fig. 6
AIR FLOW
(cooling fan)
AIR FLOW
(cooling fan)
CORRECT USE OF RAPID BURNER (mod. RV 1002 .. only)
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Correct Use of Triple-Ring Burner
Flat-bottomed pans are to be placed directly onto the pan-support.
To use the WOK you need to place the proper stand in order to avoid any faulty operation of the triple-ring burner
(Figs. 7 - 8).
Important: The wok pan stand (fig. 8) MUST BE PLACED ONLY over the pan-rest for the triple-ring burner.
WRONG
Fig. 7
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CORRECT
Fig. 8
How to Use the Multifunction Main Oven
General Features
Attention:
The oven door
becomes very hot
during operation.
As its name indicates, this is an oven that presents particular features from an
operational point of view.
In fact, it is possible to insert 7 different programmes to satisfy every cooking need.
The 7 positions, thermostatically controlled, are obtained by 4 heating elements
which are:
– Bottom element 1200 W
– Top element
1000 W
– Grill element
2000 W
– Circular element 2200 W
Note:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate the oven for 30 minutes in the position
the maximum temperature (thermostat knob on position 250) in the positions
traces of grease on the heating elements.
Clean the oven and accessories with warm water and washing-up liquid.
and for another 30 minutes at
and
, to eliminate possible
WARNING:
The door is hot, use the handle.
ATTENTION - MOST IMPORTANT
Pay special attention not to touch the hot heating element inside
the oven cavity.
Operating Principles
Heating and cooking in the MULTI-FUNCTION oven are obtained in the following ways:
a. by normal convection
The heat is produced by the upper and lower heating elements.
b. by forced convection
A fan sucks in the air contained in the oven muffle, which sends it through the circular heating element and then
sends it back through the muffle. Before the hot air is sucked back again by the fan to repeat the described cycle,
it envelops the food in the oven, provoking a complete and rapid cooking.
It is possible to cook several dishes simultaneously.
c. by semi-forced convection
The heat produced by the upper and lower heating elements is distributed throughout the oven by the fan.
d. by radiation
The heat is radiated by the infra red grill element.
e. by radiation and ventilation
The irradiated heat from the infra red grill element is distributed throughout the oven by the fan.
f. by ventilation
The food is defrosted by using the fan only function without heat.
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Thermostat Knob (fig. 9)
This only sets the cooking temperature and does not switch the oven on.
Rotate clockwise until the required temperature is reached (from 50 to 250°C).
The light between the thermostat and the function selector will illuminate when the oven is switched on and turns
off when the oven reaches the correct temperature.
The light will cycle on and off during cooking in line with the oven temperature.
Fig. 9
Fig. 10
Function Selector knob (fig. 10)
Rotate the knob clockwise to set the oven for one of the following functions.
Oven Light
By setting the knob to this position, only the oven light comes on.
It remains on in all the cooking modes.
Traditional Convection Cooking
The upper and lower heating elements come on. The heat is dispersed by natural convection and the temperature
must be set to between 50° and 250°C via the thermostat knob.
The oven must be preheated before cooking.
Recommended for:
Food that requires the same degree of cooking both inside and out, for example roasts, spare pork ribs, meringues
etc.
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Grilling
The infrared grill element comes on. The heat is dispersed by radiation.
Use with the oven door closed and the thermostat knob to position 225°C for max 15 minutes, then to position
175°C.
For cooking hints, see the chapter “USE OF THE GRILL”.
Recommended for:
Intense grilling, browning, cooking au gratin and toasting etc.
It is recommended that you do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time.
Caution: the oven door becomes very hot during operation. Keep children well out of reach.
Defrosting Frozen Foods
Only the oven fan comes on. Use with the thermostat knob set to “ ” - other positions have no effect. The food
is thawed by ventilation without heating.
Recommended for:
Quick thawing of frozen foods; 1 kg requires approximately 1 hour.
Thawing times vary according to the quantity and type of food to be thawed.
Hot Air Cooking
The circular element and fan come on. The heat is dispersed by forced convection and the temperature can be
regulated to between 50° and 250°C via the thermostat knob. The oven does not require preheating.
Recommended for:
Food which has to be well-cooked outside and soft or rosy inside, for example lasagne, lamb, roast beef, whole
fish etc.
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Ventilated Grill Cooking
The infrared grill element and the fan come on. The heat is dispersed mainly by radiation and the fan then
distributes it all over the oven.
Use with the door closed. The temperature can be regulated via the thermostat knob to between 50° and 175°
max.
The oven must be preheated for approximately 5 minutes. For cooking hints, see the chapter “GRILLING AND AU
GRATIN.
Recommended for:
Grilling where quick browning on the outside is required to keep the juices in.
For example: veal steaks, chops, hamburgers etc.
It is recommended that you do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time.
Caution: the oven door becomes very hot during operation. Keep children well out of reach.
Maintaining Temperature After Cooking or Slowly Heating Foods
The upper heating element, the circular element and the fan come on.
The heat is dispersed by forced convection with greater intensity in the upper part.
The temperature can be set to between 50° and 150°C via the thermostat knob.
Recommended for:
Keeping food warm after any type of cooking. Slow heating of cooked food.
Convection Cooking with Ventilation
The upper and lower heating elements come on and the fan.
The heat coming from above and below is dispersed by convection with ventilation.
The temperature can be set to between 50° and 250°C via the thermostat knob.
Recommended for:
Voluminous dishes and large quantities which require the same degree of cooking both inside and out, for example
rolled roasts, turkey, roast legs, cakes etc.
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Cooking Advice
Sterilization
Sterilization of foods to be conserved, in full and hermetically sealed jars, is done in the following way:
a. Set the switch to position
.
b. Set the thermostat knob to position 185 °C and preheat the oven.
c. Fill the dripping pan with hot water.
d. Set the jars onto the dripping pan making sure they do not touch each other and the door and set the thermostat
knob to position 135 °C.
When sterilization has begun, that is, when the contents of the jars start to bubble, turn off the oven and let cool.
Regeneration
Set the switch to position
and the thermostat knob to position 150° C.
Bread becomes fragrant again if wet with a few drops of water and put into the oven for about 10 minutes at 150°C.
Simultaneous Cooking of Different Foods
The MULTI-FUNCTION oven set on position
and
gives a simultaneous heterogeneous cooking of different
foods. Different foods such as fish, cake and meat can be cooked together without mixing the smells and flavors
together. This is possible since the fats and vapors are oxidized while passing through the electrical element and
therefore are not deposited onto the foods.
The only precaution to follow are:
– The cooking temperatures of the different foods must be as close to as possible, with a maximum difference of
20° - 25 °C.
– The introduction of the different dishes in the oven must be done at different times in relation to the cooking
times of each one.
The time and energy saved with this type of cooking is obvious.
Grilling and “Au Gratin”
Grilling may be done on position
of the switch, because the hot air completely envelops the food that is to be
cooked.
Set the thermostat to position 175 °C and after having preheated the oven, simply place the food on the rack.
Close the door and let the oven operate with the thermostat on position 175 °C, until grilling is done.
Adding a few dabs of butter before the end of the cooking time gives the golden “au gratin” effect.
Grilling with the oven door closed.
It is recommended that you do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time.
Caution: the oven door becomes very hot during operation. Keep children well out of reach.
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Roasting
To obtain classical roasting, it is necessary to remember:
– that it is advisable to maintain a temperature between 180° and 200 °C.
– that the cooking time depends on the quantity and the type of foods.
Use of the Grill
– Preheat the oven for about 5 minutes.
– Introduce the food to be cooked, positioning the rack as close to the grill as possible.
– The dripping pan should be placed under the rack to catch the cooking juices and fats.
Grilling with the oven door closed.
Do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time.
Caution: the oven door becomes very hot during operation. Keep children well out of reach.
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How to Use the Conventional Oven
General Features
As its name indicates, this is an oven that presents particular features from an
operational point of view. The conventional oven is provided with 3 heating
elements which are:
– Bottom element 735 W
– Top element
643 W
– Grill element
1332 W
Attention:
The oven door
becomes very hot
during operation.
Note:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate the oven at the maximum temperature (thermostat knob on position 250)
for 60 minutes in the position
and for another 15 minutes in the position
to eliminate possible traces of
grease on the heating elements. liquid.
WARNING:
The door is hot, use the handle.
ATTENTION - MOST IMPORTANT
Pay special attention not to touch the hot heating element inside the oven cavity.
Thermostat Knob (fig. 12)
This only sets the cooking temperature and does not switch the oven on.
Rotate clockwise until the required temperature is reached (from 50 to 250°C).
The light between the thermostat and the function selector will illuminate when the oven is switched on and turns
off when the oven reaches the correct temperature.
The light will cycle on and off during cooking in line with the oven temperature.
Fig. 11
Fig. 12
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Function Selector Knob (fig. 11)
Rotate the knob clockwise to set the oven for one of the following functions.
Oven Light
By setting the knob to this position, only the oven light comes on.
It remains on in all the cooking modes.
Traditional Convection Cooking
The upper and lower heating elements come on.
The heat is dispersed by natural convection and the temperature must be set to between 50° and 250°C via the
thermostat knob. The oven must be preheated before cooking.
In the
position the rotisserie motor comes on for cooking with the rotisserie.
Recommended for:
Food that requires the same degree of cooking both inside and out, for example roasts, spare pork ribs, meringues
etc.
Traditional Grilling
The infrared grill element comes on. The heat is dispersed by radiation.
Use with the oven door closed and the thermostat knob to position 225°C for max 15 minutes, then to position
175°C.
In the
position the rotisserie motor comes on for cooking with the rotisserie.
For cooking hints, see the chapter “USE OF THE GRILL”.
Recommended for:
Intense grilling, browning, cooking au gratin and toasting etc.
It is recommended that you do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time.
Caution: the oven door becomes very hot during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
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Use of the Grill
Switch the grill on, setting the two knobs:
– Function selector to
or
position.
– Thermostat selector to position 225°C for 15 minutes then to 175°C.
Leave to warm up for approximately 5 minutes with the door closed.
Place the food inside positioning the rack as near as possible to the grill.
Insert the drip pan under the rack to collect the cooking juices.
Grilling with the oven door closed and do not for longer than 30 minutes at any one time.
Attention: the oven door becomes very hot during operation.
Keep children away.
Rotisserie
The oven is equipped with a rotisserie.
This device is made up of:
– an electrical motor mounted on the rear part of the oven
– a stainless steel rod, equipped with a detachable heat resistant handle and 2 positioning forks
– a rotisserie support to be inserted into the central rack holders of the oven.
Use of the Rotisserie
– Insert the dripping pan into the lowest rack holders of the oven and insert the rod support into the intermediate
rack holders.
– Put the meat to be cooked onto the rod, being careful to secure it in the centre with the positioning forks.
– Insert the rod into the motor opening and rest it on the rotisserie support; then remove the handle by turning
it to the left.
The rotation direction of the rotisserie can be either clockwise or counter-clockwise.
Fig. 13
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Use of Special Dish Rack
This special shelf can be used as dish rack or turning over, as normal shelf for oven cooking.
It must be inserted between the guides of the lateral racks.
Using the Special Shelf as a Dish Rack
Slide in the shelf on the guides, on the lower level of the lateral racks.
The prongs where the plates are to be inserted, must be turned upwards.
The shelf must be fitted so that the safety catch, which stops it sliding out, faces the bottom of the oven (see detail
of figure 14).
The plates must be positioned as indicated in figure 14.
To facilitate this operation, pull the special rack up to the safety lock.
KEEP Attention: Plates are hot after warming. It is advisable to handle the plates using oven gloves.
Using the Special Rack for Normal Cooking
Slide in the shelf on the guides: the safety catch must be turned toward the oven base (see detail of figure 15).
The flat surface can be used to put cooking pans or food directly on the rack - the dripping pan should be placed
under the rack to catch the cooking juices and fats.
Fig. 14
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Fig. 15
Do’s and do not’s
– Do always grill with the oven door closed.
– Do read the user instructions carefully before using the cooker for first time.
– Do allow the oven to heat for one and a half hours, before using for the first time, in order to expel any smell from
the new oven insulation, without the introduction of food.
– Do clean your oven regularly.
– Do remove spills as soon as they occur.
– Do always use oven gloves when removing food shelves and trays from the oven.
– Do not allow children near the cooker when in use.
– Do not allow fat or oils to build up in the oven trays, or oven base.
– Do not place cooking utensils or plates directly onto the oven base.
– Do not grill food containing fat without using the grid.
– Do not cover the grilling grid with aluminium-foil.
– Do not use the oven tray for roasting.
– Do not place hot enamel parts in water. Leave them to cool first.
– Do not allow vinegar, coffee, milk, saltwater, lemon or tomato juice to remain in contact with enamel parts (inside
the oven and on the oven tray).
– Do not use abrasive cleaners or powders that will scratch the surface of the stainless steel and the enamel.
– Do not attempt to repair the internal workings of your cooker.
– Do remove the protective film before the first use.
– F ire risk! Do not store flammable material in the ovens and in the storage compartment (RV 902 .. model) or
bottom drawer (RV 1002 .. model).
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For Your Safety
– The product should only be used for its intended purpose which is for the cooking of domestic foodstuffs.
– Under no circumstances should any external covers be removed for servicing or maintenance except by suitably
qualified personnel.
–A
ttention: The appliance gets very hot, mainly around the cooking areas. It is very important that
children are not left alone in the kitchen when you are cooking.
– Household appliances are not intended to be played with by children.
– Keep children away from the appliance during use.
– Children, or persons with a disability which limits their ability to use the appliance, should have a responsible
person to instruct them in its use. The instructor should be satisfied that they can use the appliance without
danger to themselves or their surroundings.
– Do not operate your appliance by means of an external timer or separate remote-control system.
Important Notes
Installation, and any demonstration, information or adjustments are not included in the warranty.
The cooker must be installed by a suitably qualified and registered person in accordance with the relevant Standards.
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Care and Maintenance
Important:
As a safety measure, before you start cleaning the cooker be sure to disconnect it from the mains supply.
Do not use cleaning products with a chlorine or acidic base.
Do not use a steam cleaner because the moisture can get into the appliance thus make it unsafe.
The use of suitable protective clothing/gloves is recommended when handling or cleaning this
appliance.
Warning
When correctly installed, your product meets all safety requirements laid down for this type of
product category.
However special care should be taken around the rear or the underneath of the appliance as these
areas are not designed or intended to be touched and may contain sharp or rough edges, that may
cause injury.
Flexible Tube
From time to time, check the flexible tube connecting the gas supply to the cooker.
It must be always in perfect condition; in case of damage arrange for it to be replaced by a suitably qualified and
registered installer.
Gas Taps
If a tap becomes stiff, do not force; contact your Local Service Centre.
Cleaning the Hob
Spillage on the hob can usually be removed by a damp soapy cloth. More obstinate stains can be removed by
rubbing gently with a soapy nylon (non metal) scouring pad or mild household cleaner.
Enamelled Parts
All the enamelled parts must be cleaned with a sponge and soapy water only or other non-abrasive products.
Dry preferably with a micro fibre or soft cloth.
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Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Painted Parts and Silk-Screen Printed Surfaces
Clean using an appropriate product. Always dry thoroughly.
Stainless steel surfaces: can be cleaned with an appropriate stainless steel cleaner.
IMPORTANT: these parts must be cleaned very carefully to avoid scratching and abrasion. You are advised to use
a soft cloth and neutral soap.
CAUTION: Do not use abrasive substances or non-neutral detergents as these will irreparably damage
the surface.
Glass Control Panel
Clean using an appropriate product.
Always dry thoroughly.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the control panel since they can scratch the
surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
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Burners and Grids
– These parts can be removed and cleaned with appropriate products.
– After cleaning, the burners and their flame spreaders must be well dried and correctly replaced.
– It is very important to check that the burner flame spreader and the cap have been correctly positioned. Failure
to do so can cause serious problems.
– Check that the electrode “S” (figs. 16-18) is always clean to ensure trouble-free sparking.
– Check that the sensor “T” (figs. 16-18) next to each burner is always clean to ensure correct operation of the
safety valves.
– Both the sensor and ignition plug must be very carefully cleaned.
– Note: To avoid damage to the electric ignition do not use it when the burners are not in place.
Correct Positioning of the Burners (Auxiliary, Semi-Rapid and Rapid Burners)
– It is very important to check that the burner flame spreader “F” and the cap “C” have been correctly positioned
(see figs. 16 and 17). Failure to do so can cause serious problems.
C
F
Ignitor “S”
Sensor “T”
Fig. 16
Fig. 17
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Correct Position of Triple Ring Burner
The triple ring burner must be correctly positioned (see fig. 18); the burner ribs must be fitted in their housing as
shown by the arrow.
The burner correctly positioned must not rotate (fig. 19).
Then position the cap “A“ and the ring “B“ (figs. 19 - 20)
Sensor “T”
Ignitor “S”
Fig. 18
A
Fig. 19
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B
Fig. 20
Storage Compartment (Model RV 902 ..)
– The storage compartment (fig. 21) is accessible through the pivoting panel.
Attention: Do not store flammable material in the oven, or the storage compartment.
Fig. 21
mod. RV 902 ..
Drawer (Model RV 1002 ..)
The drawer (fig. 22) comes out like a normal drawer.
Attention: Do not store flammable material in the ovens, or the drawer.
Fig. 22
mod. RV 1002 ..
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Inside of Oven
The oven should always be cleaned after use when it has cooled down.
The cavity should be cleaned using a mild detergent solution and warm water. Suitable proprietary chemical
cleaners may be used after first consulting with the manufacturers recommendations and testing a small sample of
the oven cavity. Abrasive cleaning agents or scouring pads/cloths should not be used on the cavity surface.
NOTE: The manufacturers of this appliance will accept no responsibility for damage caused by chemical or abrasive
cleaning.
Let the oven cool down and pay special attention not to touch the hot heating elements inside the
oven cavity.
Assembling and Dismantling of the Side Runner Frames
– Fit the side runner frames into the holes on the side walls inside the oven (Fig. 23).
– Slide into the guides, the shelf and the tray (fig. 24).
The rack must be fitted so that the safety notch, which stops it sliding out, faces the inside of the oven; the guard
rail shall be at the back.
– To dismantle, operate in reverse order.
Guard rail
Fig. 23
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Stop notch
Fig. 24
Replacing the Halogen Oven Lights
WARNING: Ensure the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of
electric shock.
– Let the oven cavity and the heating elements to cool down;
– Switch off the electrical supply;
– Remove the protective cover C (fig. 25);
– Replace the halogen lamp B with a new one suitable for high temperatures having the following specifications:
230V and same power (check watt power as stamped in the lamp itself) of the replaced lamp.
IMPORTANT WARNING: Never replace the bulb with bare hands; contamination from your fingers
can cause premature failure.
Always use a clean cloth or gloves.
– Refit the protective cover;
Note: Oven bulb replacement is not covered by your guarantee.
WRONG
CORRECT
B
C
Fig. 25
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Oven Doors
Removing the Oven Doors
The oven doors can easily be removed as follows:
– Open the door to the full extent (Fig. 26a).
– Open the lever “A” completely on the left and right hinges (Fig.
26b).
– Hold the door as shown in Fig. 26d.
– Gently close the door (fig. 24c) until left and right hinge levers
“A” are hooked to part “B” of the door (fig. 26b).
Fig. 26a
– Withdraw the hinge hooks from their location following arrow
“C” (Fig. 26e).
– Rest the door on a soft surface.
A
– To replace the door, repeat the above steps in reverse order.
B
Fig. 26b
Fig. 26c
C
Fig. 26e
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Fig. 26d
Over Doors - Cleaning The Panes Of Glass
The oven doors have two panes. To clean these, you need to
remove the inner pane.
Removing the Inner Pane
– Open the door to the full extent (Fig. 27a).
– Open the lever “A” completely on the left and right hinges (Fig.
27b).
– Hold the door as shown in Fig. 27d.
– Gently pull out the inner pane of glass (Fig. 27a).
– Clean the glass with an appropriate cleaner.
– Dry thoroughly, and place the pane on a soft surface.
– Now you can also clean the inside of the outer glass.
Fig. 27a
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers
to clean the panes of glass since they can scratch the
surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
D
Reassembling the Inner Pane
– Check the correct positioning of the no.4 (four) silicone rubbers
“D” (fig. 27b).
– Check that you are holding the pane the correct way. You
should be able to read the wording on it as it faces you.
– Insert the inner pane in the left “E” and right “F” side guides
(fig. 27c) and gently let it slide up to the retainers “H” (fig. 27d).
– Unlock the oven door by opening it completely and closing the
lever “A” on the left and right hinges (fig. 26a).
Fig. 27b
E
F
Fig. 27c
The gap between the top edge of the
inner glass and the top of the door is
normal. This allows the cooling air to
circulate.
H
Fig. 27d
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FOR THE INSTALLER
Location
This cooker has class “2/1” overheating protection so that it can be installed next to a cabinet.
The appliance may be installed in a kitchen, Kitchen/diner or a bed sitting room, but not in a room or space
containing a bath or a shower.
The appliance must not be installed in a bed-sitting room of less than 20 m3.
The appliance is designed and approved for domestic use only and should not be installed in a commercial, semi
commercial or communal environment.
Your product will not be guaranteed if installed in any of the above environments and could affect any third party
or public liability insurances you may have.
If the cooker is installed adjacent to furniture which is higher than the gas hob cooktop, a gap of at least 200 mm
must be left between the side of the cooker and the furniture.
The furniture walls adjacent to the cooker must be made of material resistant to heat.
The veneered synthetic material and the glue used must be resistant to a temperature of 90°C in order to avoid
ungluing or deformations.
Curtains must not be fitted immediatly behind appliance or within 500 mm of the sides.
It is essential that the cooker is positioned as stated in Figs. 28a - 28b.
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The cooker must be installed by a qualified technician and in compliance with local safety standards.
If the cooker is located on a pedestal it is necessary to provide safety measures to prevent falling out.
450 mm
650 mm
mod. RV 902 ..
200 mm
500 mm
Fig. 28a
450 mm
650 mm
mod. RV 1002 ..
200 mm
500 mm
Fig. 28b
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Assembling the Backguard
– Remove the two spacers “A” and the screw “B” from the rear of the cooktop.
– Assemble the backguard as shown in figure 29 and fix it by screwing the central screw “B” and the spacers “A”.
B
B
A
A
Fig. 29
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Fitting the Adjustable Feet and
Levelling the Cooker
mod. RV 902 ..
– The adjustable feet must be fitted to the base of the
cooker before use.
– Rest the rear of the cooker an a piece of the polystyrene
packaging exposing the base for the fitting of the feet.
– Fit the 4 legs by screwing them tight into the support
base as shown in picture 30.
Fig. 30
Levelling the Cooker
The cooker may be levelled by screwing the lower ends
of the feet IN or OUT (fig. 32).
Fig. 31
Fig. 32
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Levelling the cooker
mod. RV 1002 ..
The cooker is equipped with 4 levelling feet and may be levelled by screwing or unscrewing the feet with a spanner
(fig. 33).
It is important to observe the prescriptions of figures 33a - 33b.
Fig. 33a
0
+8 mm
Fig. 33b
+8 mm
+35 mm
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Fig. 33
Moving the Cookers
Warning
When raising cooker to upright position always ensure two people carry out this manoeuvre to
prevent damage to the adjustable feet (figs. 34a - 34b).
Fig. 34a
Fig. 34b
Warning
Be careful: do not lift the cooker by the door handle when raising to the upright position (figs. 35a - 35b).
Fig. 35a
Fig. 35b
Warning
When moving cooker to its final position DO NOT DRAG (figs. 36a - 36b).
Lift feet clear of floor (figs. 34a - 34b).
Fig. 36a
Fig. 36b
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Anti-Tilt Bracket
Mod. RV 902 ..
Important!
To restrain the appliance and prevent it tipping accidentally, fit a bracket to its rear to fix it securely
to the wall.
To fit the anti-tilt bracket:
1.
After you have located where the cooker is to be positioned, mark on the wall the place where the two screws
of the anti-tilt bracket have to be fitted.
Please follow the indications given in fig. 37.
2.
Drill two 8 mm diameter holes in the wall and insert the plastic plugs supplied.
Important!
Before drilling the holes, check that you will not damage any pipes or electrical wires.
3.
Loosely attach the anti-tilt bracket with the two screws supplied.
4.
Move the cooker to the wall and adjust the height of the anti-tilt bracket so that it can engage in the slot on
the cooker’s back, as shown in fig. 37.
5.
Tighten the screws attaching the anti-tilt bracket.
6.
Push the cooker against the wall so that the anti-tilt bracket is fully inserted in the slot on the cooker’s back.
Fig. 37
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Anti-Tilt Bracket
Mod. RV 1002 ..
Important!
To restrain the appliance and prevent it tipping accidentally, fit a bracket to its rear to fix it securely
to the wall.
To fit the anti-tilt bracket:
1.
After you have located where the cooker is to be positioned, mark on the wall the place where the two screws
of the anti-tilt bracket have to be fitted.
Please follow the indications given in fig. 38.
2.
Drill two 8 mm diameter holes in the wall and insert the plastic plugs supplied.
Important!
Before drilling the holes, check that you will not damage any pipes or electrical wires.
3.
Loosely attach the anti-tilt bracket with the two screws supplied.
4.
Move the cooker to the wall and adjust the height of the anti-tilt bracket so that it can engage in the slot on
the cooker’s back, as shown in fig. 38.
5.
Tighten the screws attaching the anti-tilt bracket.
6.
Push the cooker against the wall so that the anti-tilt bracket is fully inserted in the slot on the cooker’s back.
Fig. 38
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Provision for Ventilation
– The appliance should be installed into a room or space with an air supply in accordance with BS 5440-2: 2000.
– For rooms with a volume of less than 5m3 - permanent ventilation of 100cm2 free area will be required.
– For rooms with a volume of between 5m3 and 10m3 a permanent ventilation of 50 cm2 free area will be required
unless the room has a door which opens directly to the outside air in which case no permanent ventilation is
required.
– For rooms with a volume greater than 10m3 - no permanent ventilation is required.
Note: Regardless of room size, all rooms containing the appliance must have direct access to the
outside air via a window that can be opened or equivalent.
– Where there are other fuel burning appliances in the same room, BS 5440-2: 2000 should be consulted to
determine the correct amount of free area ventilation requirements.
– The above requirements allow also for use of a gas oven and grill but if there are other gas burning appliances in
the same room, consult a qualified engineer.
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Gas Installation
Important Note
This appliance is supplied for use on NATURAL GAS or LPG (check the gas regulation label attached on the
appliance).
– Appliances supplied for use on NATURAL GAS: they are adjusted for this gas only and cannot be used on any
other gas (LPG) without modification. The appliances are manufactured for conversion to LPG.
– Appliances supplied for use on LPG: they are adjusted for this gas only and cannot be used on any other gas
(NATURAL GAS) without modification. The appliances are manufactured for conversion to NATURAL GAS.
If the NATURAL GAS/LPG conversion kit is not supplied with the appliance this kit can be purchased by contacting
the After-Sales Service.
Installation and Service Regulations (United Kingdom)
It is a legal requirement that all gas appliances are Installed and Serviced by a competent person in accordance
with the current editions of the following Standards and Regulations or those regulations appropriate to the
geographical region in which they are to be installed:
– Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations
– Building Regulations
– British Standards
– Regulations for Electrical Installation
Installation and service of any gas product must be made by a suitably qualified and registered person competent
on the type of product being installed or serviced and holding a valid certificate of competence for the work being
carried out. Currently the proof of competence is the Accredited Certification Scheme (ACS) or S/NVQ that has
been aligned to the ACS.
It is also a requirement that all businesses or self employed installers are members of a class of person approved by
the Health and Safety Executive.
Failure to install the appliance correctly could invalidate any manufacturers warranty and lead to prosecution under
the above quoted regulation.
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Gas Connection
The installation of the gas appliance to Natural Gas or LP Gas must be carried out by a suitably qualified and
registered installer. Installers shall take due account of the provisions of the relevant British Standards Code of
Practice, the Gas Safety Regulations and the Building Standards (Scotland) (Consolidation) Regulations issued by
the Scottish Development Department.
Installation to Natural Gas Installation to Natural Gas must conform to the Code of Practice, etc.
The supply pressure for Natural Gas is 20 mbar.
The installation must conform to the relevant British Standards.
Installation to LP Gas When operating on Butane gas a supply pressure of 28-30 mbar is required. When using Propane gas a supply
pressure of 37 mbar is required.
The installation must conform to the relevant British Standards.
Warning: Only a suitably qualified and registered installer, also with technical knowledge of electricity should
install the appliance. He should observe the Regulations and Codes of Practice governing such installation of gas
appliances.
Note: It is recommended that the gas connection to the appliance is installed with a flexible connecting tube made
to BS5386.
Notes:
– Flexible hoses can be used where the sited ambient temperature of the hose does not exceed
70°C. These hoses must be manufactured in accordance with BS669 part 1 and be of the correct
construction for the type of gas being used.
– Gas hoses designed for natural gas MUST NOT be used for supplying LPG gas (LPG gas hoses can be
identified by a either a red band or stripe on the rubber outer coating of the hose).
The hose should not be crushed or trapped or be in contact with sharp or abrasive edges.
Using a suitable leak detection fluid solution (e.g. Rocol) check each gas connection one at a time by brushing the
solution over the connection.
The presence of bubbles will indicate a leak.
If there is a leak, tighten the fitting and then recheck for leaks.
IMPORTANT!
Do not use a naked flame to test for leaks.
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Gas Connection
GB Cat: II 2H3+
The gas supply must use the nearest gas inlet pipe which is located at the left or
the right hand side at the rear of the appliance (figs. 40a - 40b).
The hose should also be connected in such a way that it does not touch the floor.
To screw the connecting tube operate with two spanners (fig. 39).
The unused end inlet pipe must be closed with the plug interposing the gasket.
After connecting to the mains, check that the coupling are correctly
sealed, using soapy solution, but never a flame.
Left gas
inlet pipe
Fig. 39
Right gas
inlet pipe
Plug
1/2” BSP
(male)
mod. RV 902 ..
Left gas
inlet pipe
Fig. 40a
Right gas
inlet pipe
Plug
1/2” BSP
(male)
mod. RV 1002 ..
Fig. 40b
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Important Prescriptions for Gas Connection
mod. RV 902 ..
700 mm
Rear wall
200 mm
Suggested area for
gas mains connection
Fig. 41a
mod. RV 1002 ..
700 mm
Rear wall
200 mm
Suggested area for
gas mains connection
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Fig. 41b
Conversion to Natural Gas or to LPG
Injectors Replacement of Top Burners
Every cooker is provided with a set of injectors for the various types of gas.
Injectors not supplied can be obtained from the After-Sales Service.
Select the injectors to be replaced according to the table at page 50.
The nozzle diameters, expressed in hundredths of a millimetre, are marked on the body of each injector.
To replace the injectors proceed as follows:
– Remove the pan supports, the burner caps and flame speaders.
– Using a wrench, substitute the nozzle injectors “J” (figs. 42 - 43) with those most suitable for the kind of gas for
which it is to be used (see “Table for the choice of the injectors”).
The burners are constructed in such a way so as not to require the regulation of the primary air.
Auxiliary,
Semi-Rapid
and Rapid
burners
Triple Ring
burner
J
J
Fig. 42
Fig. 43
Adjusting of the Minimum of the Top Burners
Considering that in the minimum position the flame must have a length of about 4 mm and must remain lit even
with a quick turn from the maximum position to that of minimum.
The flame adjustment is done in the following way:
– Turn on the burner
– Turn the tap to the MINIMUM position
– Take off the knob
– With a thin screwdriver turn the screw “F“ until adjustment is
correct (fig. 44).
Normally for LPG, tighten up the regulation screw.
F
Fig. 44
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GB Cat: II 2H3+
Table for the Choice of the Injectors
Burners
Nominal
Power
kW
Reduced
Power
kW
G30 - 28-30 mbar
G31 - 37 mbar
G20 - 20 mbar
Ø Injector
1/100 mm
Ø Injector
1/100 mm
Auxiliary (A)
1,00
0,30
50
72 (X)
Semi-Rapid (SR)
1,75
0,45
65
97 (Z)
Rapid (R)
3,00
0,75
85
115 (Y)
Triple Ring (TR)
3,50
1,50
95
135 (T)
Increase of Air Necessary for Gas Combustion (2 m3/h x kW)
Burners
Air necessary for combustion (m3/h)
Auxiliary (A)
2,00
Semi-Rapid (SR)
3,50
Rapid (R)
6,00
Triple Ring (TR)
7,00
Lubrication of the Gas Taps
The operations must be executed by a qualified technician.
IMPORTANT: All intervention regarding installation maintenance and conversion of the appliance
must be fulfilled with original factory parts.
The manufacturer declines any liability resulting from the non-compliance of this obligation.
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Electrical Installation
WARNING! Electricity can be extremely dangerous.
This appliance must be earthed.
The appliance must be connected to the electrical network verifying above all that the voltage corresponds to the
value indicated on the specifications plate and that the cables section of the electrical plant can bear the load which
is also indicated on the plate.
It is recommended that the appliance is connected directly to the mains by fixed wiring, placing a double pole
switch with minimum opening between the contacts of 3 mm.
The power supply cable must not touch the hot parts and must be positioned so that it does not exceed 75°C at
any point.
Once the cooker has been installed, the switch must always be accessible.
Before effecting any intervention on the electrical parts the appliance must be disconnected from the
network.
Electrical Feeder Cable Connection
To connect the feeder cable to the cooker it is necessary to:
– Remove the screw that hold shield “A” behind the cooker
(fig. 46).
– Insert the feeder cable of the suitable section (as described in
the next chapter) into the cable clamp “D”.
– Connect the phase and earth cables to the terminal block “B”
according to the diagram in figure 45.
– Pull the feeder cable and block it with cable clamp “D”.
– Re-mount shield “A”.
230 V
L 1 N PE
(L2)
Fig. 45
Feeder Cable Section
Type H05RRF
230 V~
3 x 2.5 mm2 (**)
(**) - Connection with wall box connection.
PE
D
Earth cable must be 2 cm longer than neutral and live
cables.
B
A
Fig. 46
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Connection to Fixed Wiring
A double pole switch must be provided no further than 2 metres from the appliance to the electrical supply.
The appliance should be connected to a DOUBLE POLE SWITCHED FUSED SPUR OUTLET, similar to that shown
in Fig. 47.
We recommend that the appliance is connected by a suitably
qualified person who will comply with the IEE and local regulation.
DOUBLE POLE SWITCHED
FUSED SPUR OUTLET
FUSE
ON
Use a suitable FUSE in accordance
with the appliance power rating.
Fig. 47
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Appliance Servicing
CDA provide a quality and effective after-sales service to cover all your servicing needs.
Please attach your receipt to this page for safekeeping.
Please help us to help you by having the following information available when booking a service-call:
1. Model type, make and model – see the product data plate.
2. Evidence of installation / purchase date.
3. Retailer where appliance was purchased.
4. Clear and concise details of the fault.
5. Full address including postcode and any contact phone numbers.
Contact telephone numbers
CDA Customer Care Department
– Telephone: 01949 862012
– Fax: 01949 862003
– Email: service@cda.eu
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Cod. 1104255 - ß2
Please contact our Customer Care Department, or for Service on the details below.
Customer Care Department • The
Group Ltd. • Harby Road • Langar • Nottinghamshire • NG13 9HY
T : 01949 862 012 F : 01949 862 003 E : service@cda.eu W : www.cda.eu
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