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Blue Seal G50-8A Specifications
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
GAS RANGE STATIC OVEN
G505
G506
G508
232429-3
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Contents List
Blue Seal Gas Static Oven Range
G505
G506
G508
Gas Range Static Oven - 750mm wide.
Gas Range Static Oven - 900mm wide.
Gas Range Static Oven - 1200mm wide.
Introduction .............................................................................................. 2
Specification .............................................................................................. 3
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
General
Gas Supply Requirements
Gas Connection
Dimensions ................................................................................................ 5
Installation ................................................................................................ 8
Installation Requirements
Unpacking
Location
Clearances
Assembly
Gas Connection
Commissioning
Operation ................................................................................................. 11
Operation Guide
Description of Controls
Open Burners
Griddle
Lighting the Oven Pilot Burner
Lighting the Oven Main Burner
Turning the Oven to ‘Stand-By’ (Pilot ‘ON’ Only)
Oven ‘Shut Down’
Cleaning and Maintenance ...................................................................... 16
General
After Each Use
Daily Cleaning
Weekly Cleaning
Periodic Maintenance
Fault Finding ............................................................................................ 20
Gas Conversion and Specifications.......................................................... 21
Conversion Procedure
Gas Specifications
Replacement Parts List............................................................................ 29
Introduction
We are confident that you will be delighted with your BLUE SEAL GAS RANGE STATIC OVEN and it will
become a most valued appliance in your commercial kitchen.
To ensure you receive the utmost benefit from your new Blue Seal appliance, there are two important
things you can do.
Firstly:
Please read the instruction book carefully and follow the directions given. The time taken will be well
spent.
Secondly:
If you are unsure of any aspect of the installation, instructions or performance of your appliance,
contact your BLUE SEAL dealer promptly. In many cases a phone call could answer your question.
WARNING:
IMPROPER INSTALLATION, ADJUSTMENT, ALTERATION, SERVICE OR MAINTENANCE CAN CAUSE PROPERTY
DAMAGE, INJURY OR DEATH.
READ THE INSTALLATION, OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THOROUGHLY BEFORE INSTALLING OR SERVICING THIS APPLIANCE.
WARNING:
INSTRUCTIONS TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THE USER SMELLS GAS ARE TO BE POSTED IN A PROMINENT
LOCATION. THIS INFORMATION SHALL BE OBTAINED BY CONSULTING THE LOCAL GAS SUPPLIER.
WARNING:
GREAT
CARE MUST BE TAKEN BY THE OPERATOR TO USE THE EQUIPMENT SAFELY TO GUARD IT AGAINST RISK
OF FIRE.
•
•
THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE LEFT ON UNATTENDED.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A REGULAR INSPECTION IS
MADE BY A COMPETENT SERVICEMAN TO ENSURE
CORRECT AND SAFE OPERATION OF YOUR APPLIANCE IS MAINTAINED.
•
DO NOT
•
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPOURS OR LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
CAUTION:
This appliance is;
•
For professional use and is to be used by qualified persons only.
•
Only authorised service persons are to carry out installation, servicing and
gas conversion operations.
•
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
•
DO NOT operate the appliance without the legs supplied fitted.
2
Specifications
Model Numbers Covered in this Specification
G505D[1]
Gas Static Oven + 4 Open Burners.
G505C[1]
Gas Static Oven + 2 Open Burners + 300 mm Griddle.
G506D[1]
Gas Static Oven + 6 Open Burners.
G506C[1]
Gas Static Oven + 4 Open Burners + 300 mm Griddle.
G506B[1]
Gas Static Oven + 2 Open Burners + 600 mm Griddle.
G506A
Gas Static Oven + 900 mm Griddle.
G508D[1]
Gas Static Oven + 8 Open Burners + Storage Cabinet.
G508C[1]
Gas Static Oven + 6 Open Burners + 300 mm Griddle + Storage Cabinet.
G508B[1]
Gas Static Oven + 4 Open Burners + 600 mm Griddle + Storage Cabinet.
G508A[1]
Gas Static Oven + 2 Open Burners + 900 mm Griddle + Storage Cabinet.
[1] - Open Burner Options;
F
- With Flame Failure Protection.
PF
- With Pilot and Flame Failure Protection.
General
A heavy duty, general purpose gas range created for compact modular kitchens. It has a high option
Cook Top / Griddle arrangement and is available on industrial adjustable feet or on robust rollers.
Open Burners are available in either 'PF' (Pilot and Flame Failure) or 'F' (Flame Failure Only) options.
Open Burner and Griddle options are fitted with individual flame failure for each open burner.
Griddles are fitted with pilot, flame failure and piezo ignition as standard. Easy clean stainless steel
external finish.
The oven is fitted with pilot and flame failure with piezo ignition and a 30 MJ oven burner.
Gas Supply Requirements
Natural Gas
LP Gas / Butane
Town Gas
- each Open Burner
28 MJ/hr
(26,540 Btu/hr)
28 MJ/hr
(26,540 Btu/hr)
28 MJ/hr
(26,540 Btu/hr)
- each 300mm Griddle Section
21 MJ/hr
(19,900 Btu/hr)
21 MJ/hr
(19,900 Btu/hr)
21 MJ/hr
(19,900 Btu/hr)
- Oven
30 MJ/hr
(28,434 Btu/hr)
30 MJ/hr
(28,434 Btu/hr)
1.13 - 3.4 kPa
(4.5” - 13.5” w.c.)
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
(11” - 18” w.c.)
0.75 - 1.50 kPa
(3” - 6” w.c.)
0.95 kPa (*)
(3.7” w.c.)
2.6 kPa (*)
(10” w.c.)
0.63 kPa (*)
(2.5” w.c.)
Input Rate (N.H.G.C.)
Supply Pressure
Burner Operating Pressure
3
Gas Connection
/4” B.S.P. Male
(*) NOTE:
• The burner operating pressure is to be measured at the manifold test point with two
burners operating at the 'High Flame' setting.
• NAT, LPG & Butane Only - The operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be
adjusted, apart from when converting between gasses, if required.
• TOWN GAS Only - The burner operating pressure is to be adjusted using the Town Gas
adjustable gas regulator supplied.
• Refer to the ‘Gas Conversion and Specifications section of this manual for further details.
3
Specifications
Gas Connection
Gas supply connection point is located at the rear of the appliance, approximately 130 mm from the
right hand side, 35 mm from the rear and 655 mm from the floor and is reached from beneath the
appliance. (Refer to the ‘Dimensions’ section).
Connection is ¾" BSP male thread.
4
Dimensions
G505
Cook Top Options
G505C
G505D
5
Dimensions
G506
Cook Top Options
G506D
G506C
G506B
G506A
6
Dimensions
G508
Cook Top Options
G508D
G508C
G508B
G508A
7
Installation
Installation Requirements
NOTE:
• It is most important that this appliance is installed correctly and that operation is correct
before use. Installation shall comply with local gas and health and safety requirements.
• This appliance shall be installed with sufficient ventilation to prevent the occurrence of
unacceptable concentrations of health harmful substances in the room, the appliance is
installed in.
Blue Seal Gas Range Static Ovens are designed to provide years of satisfactory service, and correct
installation is essential to achieve the best performance, efficiency and trouble-free operation.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with National installation codes and in addition, in
accordance with relevant National / Local codes covering gas and fire safety.
AUSTRALIA:
NEW ZEALAND:
- AS 5601
- NZS 5261
- Gas Installations.
- Gas Installation.
Installations must be carried out by authorised persons only. Failure to install equipment to
the relevant codes and manufacturer’s specifications shown in this section will void the
warranty.
Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the manufacturer are only
to be adjusted by an authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by the installation
person.
Unpacking
• Remove all packaging and transit protection from the appliance including all protective plastic
coating from the exterior stainless steel panels.
• Check equipment and parts for damage. Report any damage immediately to the carrier and
distributor.
• Report any deficiencies to the distributor who supplied the appliance.
• Check that the available gas and electrical supply is correct to that shown on the rating plate located
on the front right hand corner of the bottom sill.
Location
1.
Installation must allow for a sufficient flow of fresh air for the combustion air supply.
Combustion Air Requirements:
Natural Gas
LPG / Butane
Town Gas
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
G505
33 m3/hr
34 m3/hr
33 m3/hr
G506
45 m3/hr
47 m3/hr
45 m3/hr
G508
57 m3/hr
59 m3/hr
57 m3/hr
Installation must include adequate ventilation means, to prevent dangerous build up of combustion
products.
Never directly connect a ventilation system to the appliance flue outlet.
Any gas burning appliance requires adequate clearance and ventilation for optimum and trouble-free
operation. The minimum installation clearances shown below are to be adhered to.
Position the appliance in its approximate working position.
All air for burner combustion is supplied from underneath the appliance. The legs must always be
fitted and no obstructions placed on the underside or around the base of the appliance, as
obstructions will cause incorrect operation and / or failure of the appliance.
NOTE: Do not obstruct or block the appliances flue. Never directly connect a ventilation system to
the appliance flue outlet.
8
Installation
Clearances
NOTE: Only non-combustible materials can be used in close proximity to this appliance.
Combustible Surface
Non Combustible Surface
Left/Right hand side
250mm (*)
0mm
Rear
100mm
0mm
* Side clearances can be 50mm when the adjacent surface is at least 100 mm below the cooking surface.
Assembly
NOTE:
• All Models are delivered completely assembled. No further assembly is required.
• This appliance is fitted with adjustable feet to enable the appliance to be positioned
securely and level. This should be carried out on completion of the gas connection. Refer
to the ‘Gas Connection’ section.
Optional Accessories (Refer to Replacement Parts List)
• Plinth Kit. For installation details, refer to the instructions supplied with each kit.
1.
2.
Check that all the feet (or castors) are securely fitted.
Adjust the four feet to make the Range steady and level.
Gas Connection
NOTE: ALL GAS FITTING MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON.
1.
2.
Blue Seal Ranges do not require an electrical connection, as they function totally on the gas supply
only.
It is essential that the gas supply is correct for the appliance to be installed and that adequate
supply pressure and volume are available. The following checks should therefore be made before
installation:a. Gas Type the appliance has been supplied for, is shown
on coloured stickers located above the gas connection
point and rating plate. Check that this is correct for the
gas supply the appliance is being installed for. The gas
conversion procedure is detailed in this manual.
b. Supply Pressure required for this appliance is shown in
the “Specifications” section of this manual. Check the gas
supply to ensure adequate supply pressure exists.
c. Input Rate of this appliance is stated on the Rating Plate
and in the ‘Specifications’ section of this manual. The input
rate should be checked against the available gas supply
line capacity. Particular note should be taken if the
appliance is being added to an existing installation.
Rating Plate will be
located in this Area
Fig 1
NOTE: It is important that adequately sized piping runs directly to the connection joint on the
appliance with as few tees and elbows as possible to give maximum supply volume.
3.
Fit the gas regulator supplied, into the gas supply line as close to the appliance as possible.
(*) NOTE:
• The burner operating pressure is to be measured at the manifold test point with two
burners operating at the 'High Flame' setting.
• NAT, LPG & Butane Only - The operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be
adjusted, apart from when converting between gasses, if required.
• TOWN GAS Only - The burner operating pressure is to be adjusted using the Town Gas
adjustable gas regulator supplied.
• Refer to the ‘Gas Conversion and Specifications section of this manual for further details.
9
Installation
The regulator connections are 3/4" BSP female.
The connection to the appliance is 3/4" BSP male.
(Refer to the “Specifications” section for the gas supply location dimensions).
NOTE: A Manual Isolation Valve must be fitted to the individual appliance supply line.
4.
5.
6.
Correctly locate the appliance into its final operating position and using a spirit level, adjust the legs
so that the appliance is level and at the correct height.
Connect the gas supply to the appliance. A suitable joining compound which resists the breakdown
action of LPG must be used on every gas line connection, unless compression fittings are used.
Check all gas connections for leakages using soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
WARNING:
TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME
7.
Check that the gas operating pressure is as shown in 'Specifications' section.
NOTE: The operating pressure to be measured at the manifold test point and with 2 burners
operating at the 'High Flame' setting.
8.
9.
10.
Turn off the mains gas supply and bleed the
gas out of the appliance gas lines.
Turn on the gas supply and the appliance.
Verify that the operating pressure remains
correct.
Manifold
Test Point
Commissioning
1.
Fig 2
Before leaving the new installation;
a. Check the following functions in accordance with the operating instructions specified in the
‘Operation’ section of this manual.
•
Lighting the Griddle.
•
Lighting the Open Burners (F - Flame Failure Option).
•
Lighting the Open Burners (PF - Pilot and Flame Failure Option).
•
Check the Low Fire burner operation.
•
Light the Oven Pilot and Main Burners.
•
Check the Oven Main Burner Thermostat operation.
•
Turning the Oven to ‘Stand-By’ Mode.
•
Oven ‘Shut Down’.
b. Ensure that the operator has been instructed in the areas of correct lighting, operation, and
shutdown procedure for the appliance.
2.
This manual must be kept by the owner for future reference, and a record of the Date of
Purchase, Date of Installation and Serial Number of the Appliance recorded and kept with
this manual. (These details can be found on the Rating Plate attached to the bottom right
hand corner of the bottom sill. Refer to the ‘Gas Connection’ section).
NOTE: If for some reason it is not possible to get the appliance to operate correctly, shut off the
gas supply and contact the supplier of this appliance.
10
Operation
Operation Guide
C AUTIO N :
• This appliance is for professional use and is only to be used by qualified
people.
• Only authorised service persons should be used to carry out installation,
servicing or gas conversion operations.
• Components
having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed)
manufacturer should not be adjusted by the user / operator.
1.
2.
by
the
Blue Seal appliances have been designed to provide simplicity of operation and 100% safety
protection.
Improper operation is therefore almost impossible, however bad operation practices can reduce the
life of the appliance and produce a poor quality product. To use this appliance correctly please read
the following sections carefully:•
Lighting the Open Burners (F - Flame Failure Option).
•
Lighting the Open Burners (PF - Pilot and Flame Failure Option).
•
Lighting the Griddle.
•
Oven Pilot Ignition.
•
Oven Main Burner / Thermostat.
•
Turning the Oven to ‘Stand-By’ Mode.
Griddle Option
•
Oven ‘Shut-Down’.
Burner Control
Gas Control Knobs
OFF Position
Description of Controls
PILOT Burner
HIGH Flame
LOW Flame
Piezo Igniter
(Griddles Only)
Open Burner Option
OFF Position
HIGH Flame
LOW Flame
Rear Burner
Front Burner
(Indicators are located
above the Gas Control
Knobs).
Oven Option
OFF Position
PILOT Burner
Fig 3
Temperature
Graduations 100°C to
290°C
Piezo Igniter (Oven)
11
Operation
Open Burners
NOTE: Only cooking pans from size Ø 150mm to Ø 420mm are suitable fo use on these open
burners.
Flame Failure Option (F-Models)
Lighting the Open Burners
Flame Failure Protection is incorporated for each burner by way of a thermo-electric system which
will shut off the gas supply to that burner in the event that the burner goes out, so that un-burnt gas
is not expelled.
a. Select the burner required, depress and turn the corresponding gas control knob anti-clockwise to
the ‘HIGH’ position.
b. With the gas control knob depressed, manually light the burner.
c. Release the gas control knob after approximately 10-20 seconds after lighting the burner.
d. The burner should stay alight - if not, repeat Steps (a to (c above.
e. To achieve simmer control, depress the gas control knob and rotate between the ‘HIGH’ and
‘LOW’ positions to achieve the temperature required.
Turning 'OFF' the Open Burners
a. When the main burner is not required, depress and turn the gas control knob clockwise back to
the ‘OFF’ position. The 'MAIN' burner will extinguish.
Pilot and Flame Failure Option (PF-Models)
Lighting the Open Burners
These hobs are fitted with individual standing pilots for each open burner which allows the main
burners to be turned 'ON' - 'OFF' without the need to manually re-light the burner each time that it is
turned 'ON', as the burner will automatically light itself off the pilot burner.
Flame Failure Protection is incorporated for each burner by way of a thermo-electric system which
will shut off the gas supply to that burner in the event that the burner goes out, so that un-burnt gas
is not expelled.
a. Select the burner required, depress and turn the corresponding gas control knob anti-clockwise to
the ‘PILOT’ position.
b. With the gas control knob depressed, manually light the pilot burner.
c. Release the gas control knob after approximately 10-20 seconds after lighting the pilot burner.
d. The pilot burner should stay alight - if not, repeat Steps (a to (c above.
e. ‘Full Flame’ can now be achieved by depressing and rotating the gas control knob anti-clockwise
to the first stop 'HIGH' flame position.
f. Low flame can be achieved by depressing the gas control knob and rotating fully anti-clockwise
to the ‘LOW' flame position.
g. To achieve simmer control, depress the gas control knob and rotate between the ‘HIGH’ and
‘LOW’ positions to achieve the temperature required.
Turning 'OFF' the Open Burners / Pilots
a. To turn 'OFF' the main burner, but keep the pilot burner alight, rotate the gas control knob to the
'PILOT' position. The main burner will extinguish and the pilot will remain alight.
b. To turn 'OFF' the 'PILOT', depress and turn the gas control knob clockwise back to the ‘OFF’
position. The 'PILOT' burner will extinguish.
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Operation
Griddle
C AUTIO N :
The griddle plate temperature reaches over 300°C in hottest points during
normal operation at 'Full Flame' setting.
Lighting the Griddle
a. Depress the gas control knob and rotate anti-clockwise to the ‘PILOT’ position.
b. With the gas control knob depressed, press the piezo ignition button to ignite the pilot burner.
Repeat Items 1 to 2 until the pilot is lit.
c. Release the gas control knob approximately 10-20 seconds after lighting the pilot.
d. The pilot should now remain alight - if not, repeat Steps (a to (c above.
e. ‘Full Flame’ can now be achieved by depressing and rotating the gas control knob anti-clockwise
to the first stop.
f. Low flame can be achieved by depressing the gas control knob and rotating fully anti-clockwise
to the ‘Low Flame’ position.
g. When the main burner is not required, depress and turn the gas control knob clockwise back to
the ‘OFF’ position.
Turning 'OFF' the Griddle Burner / Pilot
a. To turn 'OFF' the griddle, but keep the pilot burner alight, rotate the gas control knob to the
'PILOT' position. The griddle burner will extinguish and the pilot will remain alight.
b. To turn 'OFF' the 'PILOT', depress and turn the gas control knob clockwise back to the ‘OFF’
position. The 'PILOT' burner will extinguish.
13
Operation
Lighting the Oven Pilot Burner
Pilot Burner
viewing holes
! IMPORTANT
DO NOT USE aluminium foil or trays directly on the cast
iron sole plate(s). NEVER block or cover the openings on
each side of the sole plate(s).
This oven is fitted with a pilot as a standard option and flame
failure protection, which is incorporated by way of a
thermo-electric system for the main burner. Flame failure
protection will shut off the gas supply to the burner in the
event that the pilot burner goes out, so that un-burnt gas is not
expelled. This is an important safety feature which is
slowly becoming law throughout the world.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Open the oven door. Partially depress the thermostat
control knob whilst turning anti-clockwise to the ‘Pilot’
position. DO NOT fully depress the Control Knob
whilst trying to rotate anti-clockwise as the Knob
and Gas Valve will be damaged.
With the thermostat control knob in the ‘Pilot’ position,
keep the knob depressed whilst pressing the piezo igniter
button. (Each press of the piezo igniter button will
generate a single spark).
Hold in the thermostat control knob depressed for
approx. 10-20 seconds, then release. The pilot burner
should remain alight. (If the pilot does not light, repeat
Items 1 to 3 above).
View the oven pilot burner through the holes in the front
of the sole plate with the oven door open.
Fig 4
Control Knob in
Pilot Position
Piezo Igniter
Button
Depress and Rotate Knob
Anti-Clockwise to Pilot Position
Control Knob in Main
Burner Operating Position
Lighting the Oven Main Burner
1.
2.
3.
Ensure that the pilot burner is alight.
Rotate the thermostat control knob anti-clockwise to the
desired temperature marked on the knob.
The main burner will now ignite automatically, from the
pilot burner.
Rotate Knob Anti-Clockwise
to Operating Temperature
Control Knob in
Pilot Position
Turning the Oven to ‘Stand-by’ (Pilot ‘ON’ Only)
NOTE: DO NOT attempt to rotate the Thermostat Control
Knob anti-clockwise back to the ‘Pilot’ position as
the Knob and Gas Valve will be damaged.
1.
Rotate the thermostat control knob clockwise to the
‘Pilot’
position. The main burner will extinguish and
the pilot burner will remain alight.
Piezo Igniter
Button
Rotate Knob Clockwise to Pilot Position
14
Operation
Control Knob in
’Off’ Position
Oven ‘Shut-Down’
NOTE: DO NOT attempt to rotate the Thermostat Control
Knob anti-clockwise back to the ‘O’ Off position as
the Knob and Gas Valve will be damaged.
1.
To turn 'Off' the oven completely, partially depress the
thermostat control knob whilst turning clockwise to the
'O' Off position, the pilot burner will extinguish. DO NOT
fully depress the Thermostat Control Knob whilst
trying to rotate clockwise to the ‘O’ Off position as
the Knob and Gas Valve will be damaged.
Partially Depress and Rotate
Knob to the ‘O’ Off Position.
! IMPORTANT
Should any abnormal operation like;
- ignition problems,
- abnormal burner flame,
- burner control problems,
- partial or full loss of burner flame in normal operation, be noticed, the appliance requires
IMMEDIATE service by a qualified service person and should not be used until such service is
carried out.
15
Cleaning and Maintenance
C AUTIO N :
Always turn off the gas supply before cleaning.
This appliance is not water proof.
Do not use water jet spray to clean interior or exterior of this appliance.
General
Clean the range regularly. A clean range looks better, will last longer and will perform better.
Carbonised grease on the surface or between the trivets, griddle plates will hinder the transfer of
heat from the cooking surface to the food. This will result in loss of cooking efficiency.
NOTE: Each griddle option can be supplied with a scraper tool and a pack of blades for cleaning
the griddle surface. These are not supplied with the griddle and have to be purchased
separately. Refer to the 'Replacement Parts List' at the rear of this manual.
WARNING:
THE BLADES FITTED TO THE
SCRAPER TOOL ARE EXTREMELY SHARP AND ARE TO BE USED WITH CARE.
DO NOT use water on the trivets, burners and griddle plates while these items are still
hot as warping and cracking may occur. Allow these items to cool down and then
remove for cleaning. The entire trivets, griddle plates and burner caps can be removed for
cleaning.
NOTE:
• DO NOT use abrasive detergents, strong solvents or caustic detergents as they could
corrode or damage the range.
• In order to prevent the forming of rust on the trivets, griddle plates (If fitted) and burners,
ensure that any detergent or cleaning material has been completely removed after each
cleaning. The appliance should be switched on briefly to ensure that the griddle plates
become dry. Oil or grease should be spread over the griddle surface in order to form a thin
protective greasy film.
To keep your range clean and operating at peak efficiency, follow the procedures shown below:After Each Use
C AUTIO N :
Always ensure that an even pressure is applied over the whole surface of the
scraper tool when using on the flat surface of the griddle, to prevent scoring of
the surface.
NEVER bang the sharp edge of the scraper tool on the flat surface of the
griddle as this will damage the finish and invalidate the warranty.
1.
2.
3.
Clean the griddle with a scraper tool to remove any food debris.
Always ensure that the scraper tool blades are changed regularly to ensure that the scraper tool
works efficiently and prevents damage to the griddle plate surface.
Clean the range castings with a stiff nylon brush or a flexible spatula to remove any food debris.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Daily Cleaning
1.
2.
3.
4.
The grease / spill tray(s) should be checked and emptied frequently to prevent overflow and
spillage. Remove the grease / spill tray(s) while still warm so that the grease is in a liquid state.
Empty any grease from the trays and wash thoroughly in the same manner as any cooking utensil.
Remove the burner caps and bases, the trivets and thoroughly clean the splash back, interior and
exterior surfaces of the range with hot water, a detergent solution and a soft scrubbing brush.
Brush the griddle surface (optional - if fitted) with a soft bristled brush. Any carbon deposits should
be removed using a scraper tool followed by wiping with a cloth to prevent accumulation of food
deposits.
Dry the range thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
Weekly Cleaning
NOTE:
• If the range usage is very high, we recommend that the weekly cleaning procedure is
carried out on a more frequent basis.
• Ensure that protective gloves are worn during the cleaning process.
• DO NOT use harsh abrasive detergents, strong solvents or caustic detergents as they will
damage the range, burners and plates.
• DO NOT use water on the trivets, griddle plates and burners while they are still hot as
cracking may occur. Allow these items castings to cool and remove for cleaning.
• DO NOT clean the burners in a dishwasher.
Range Cooking Area
a. Clean the range cooking area using a soft cloth moistened with a mild detergent and hot water
solution.
b. Baked on deposits or discolouration may require a good quality stainless steel cleaner or stainless
steel wool. Always apply cleaner when the appliance is cold and rub in the direction of the grain.
c. It should not be necessary to remove the splash guards covering the burner manifolds for
cleaning purposes. These can be cleaned in situ.
d. Remove the grease tray and clean with a mild anti bacterial detergent and hot water solution
using a soft bristled brush.
e. Dry the grease tray thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Griddle Plate - (Steel)
NOTE: In order to prevent the forming of rust on the griddle plate, ensure the detergent or
cleaning material has been entirely removed after each cleaning process. The
appliance should be switched on briefly to ensure the griddle plates become dry. Oil
or grease should be spread over the griddle surface in order to form a thin protective
greasy film.
C AUTIO N :
Always ensure that an even pressure is applied over the whole surface of the
scraper tool when using on the flat surface of the griddle, to prevent scoring of
the surface.
NEVER bang the sharp edge of the scraper tool on the flat surface of the
griddle as this will damage the finish and invalidate the warranty.
a. Remove and clean the grease / spill trays frequently to prevent over spills.
b. Clean the griddle surface thoroughly with a scraper tool or a wire brush. If necessary use a
griddle stone or a scotch bright pad on the griddle surface.
c. A scraper tool can be used for the removal of stubborn carbon and deposits.
d. Occasionally bleach the griddle plate with vinegar when the plate is cold.
e. Clean with hot water, a mild detergent solution and a scrubbing brush. Dry all components
thoroughly with a dry cloth.
f. The griddle should be switched on briefly to ensure that the griddle plate becomes dry. A thin
smear of cooking oil should be spread over the griddle plate in order to form a protective film.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Trivets and Burners
a. Remove the trivets from the top of the appliance,
taking note that the trivets are manufactured with a
lip on one edge, the lip must always be fitted to the
outer edge (front and back) of the cook top. (Refer
to Fig 10 overleaf).
b. Remove the burner cap and burner bowl (these are a
loose fit to the manifold, see Fig 5) from the top of
the gas manifold, taking care not to damage the
thermocouple (and pilot tube for -PF Option) fitted
through the manifold splash guard. (Refer to Fig 8
for F Option and Fig 9 for PF Option).
c. The trivets and burners should be cleaned with a mild
detergent and hot water solution using a soft bristled
brush. Dry thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Burner Cap
Burner Bowl
Fig 5
Notice Difference
in Profiles
Trivet Supports
a. Remove all the trivet supports from the top of the
appliance. Take note of the orientation of the trivet
support when removing. The trivet support front end
side rail profiles are different from the rear end side
rail profiles. (See the Note shown at Item a in
‘Re-Fitting the Components to the Range’ overleaf
and Fig 6).
Fig 6
b. The trivet supports should be cleaned with a mild
detergent and hot water solution using a soft bristled
brush.
c. Dry the trivet supports thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Stainless Steel Surfaces
a. With the griddle plates and burners removed, clean
the interior and exterior surfaces of the range with
hot water, a mild detergent solution and a soft
scrubbing brush. Note that the gas control knobs are
a push fit onto the gas control valve spindles and can
be removed to allow cleaning of the front of the
control panel.
b. Baked on deposits or discolouration may require a
good quality stainless steel cleaner or stainless steel
wool. Always apply cleaner when the appliance is
cold and rub in the direction of the grain.
c. It should not be necessary to remove the splash
guards covering the burner manifolds for cleaning
purposes. These can be cleaned in situ.
d. Dry all components thoroughly with a dry cloth and
polish with a soft dry cloth.
e. To remove any discolouration, use an approved
stainless steel cleaner or stainless steel wool. Always
rub in the direction of the grain.
f. Remove the grease tray and clean with a mild anti
bacterial detergent and hot water solution using a
soft bristled brush.
g. Dry the grease tray thoroughly with a dry cloth.
h. Dry all components thoroughly with a dry cloth and
polish with a soft dry cloth.
Re-Fitting the Components to the Range
a. Refit the trivet supports to the range, ensuring that the
trivet supports are correctly fitted.
Burner Bowl
Locating Holes
Fig 7
F - Option
Burner Base Locates onto
Cap Screw and over Flange
Fig 8
PF - Option
Pilot Burner
Thermocouple
Burner Base
Shown without Pilot
Burner Shield fitted.
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Fig 5
Fig 9
Cleaning and Maintenance
Notice Lip on
Trivet Edge
NOTE: It is imperative that the trivet supports are correctly
re-fitted to the appliance to ensure that the trivets
locate correctly and sit flush and level. NOTE that the
trivet support front end, side rail profiles are different
at either side (See Fig 6) and only one of the side rails
seat into the cut-out in the range top, where as the rear
end of the trivet support side rail profiles are the same
and have 2 cut-outs to locate into.
b. Refit the burner bowls onto the manifolds protruding
through the splash guards, taking care not to damage the
thermocouple (and pilot tube for -PF Option) which is
close to the manifold.
Fig 10
NOTE: The burner bowl (cast item) has 2 locating holes drilled into the base flange, (See Fig 7)
these are to locate the burner bowl to the cap screw on the gas manifold when re-fitting the
burner bowl onto the gas manifold (Refer to Fig 8 {F-Option} and Fig 9 {PF-Option}).
c. Refit the burner caps (cast brass) onto the burner bowls already fitted to the manifold. These
are a loose fit into the burner bowls.
d. Refit the trivets to the cook top, taking note that the trivets are manufactured with a lip on one
edge, the lip must always be fitted to the outer edge (front and back) of the range. (See Fig 10).
e. Refit the spill / grease tray(s) to the range.
Oven Interior
a. Do not use wire brushes, steel wool or other abrasive materials to clean the oven interior.
b. Clean the oven regularly with a good quality domestic oven cleaner.
c. Once a week, remove and clean any built up of grease etc. from the oven racks and the bottom
spill over cover.
d. Dry the oven thoroughly with a dry cloth and polish with a soft dry cloth.
Periodic Maintenance
NOTE: All maintenance operations should only be carried out by a qualified service person.
To achieve the best results cleaning must be regular and thorough and all controls and mechanical parts
should be checked and adjusted periodically by a qualified service person. If any small faults occur, have
them attended to promptly. Don't wait until they cause a complete breakdown. It is recommended that
the appliance is serviced every 6 months.
Gas Control Valve Re-Greasing
The gas control valve should be dismantled and greased every 6
months to ensure the correct operation of the gas control valve.
To carry out this operation;a. Remove the gas control knobs from the gas tap spindles by
pulling the knobs away from the control panel.
b. Remove the drip tray from the appliance.
c. Remove the two screws on the underside of the control panel,
securing the control panel to the hob.
d. Remove the control panel from the front of the appliance.
e. Remove the 2 screws holding shaft plate to gas control
body and remove control shaft and plate. (Refer to Fig
11). Note orientation of shaft for correct re-assembly.
f. Using needle nose pliers or similar, pull out gas control
spindle, again noting its orientation.
g. Apply a suitable high temperature gas cock grease or
lubricant such as ROCOL - A.S.P (Anti scuffing paste) /
Dry Moly Paste to the outside of the spindle. (Refer to
Fig 12).
h. Replace spindle and re-assemble the gas control in reverse order.
i. Refit the control panel to the appliance and secure with 2 screws.
j. Refit the knobs to the gas control valve spindles.
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Two Screws
Spindle
Fig 11
Fig 12
Fault Finding
This section provides an easy reference guide to the more common problems that may occur during the
operation of your appliance. The fault finding guide in this section is intended to help you correct, or at
least accurately diagnose problems with your equipment.
Although this section covers the most common problems reported, you may encounter a problem not
covered in this section. In such instances, please contact your local authorised service agent who will
make every effort to help you identify and resolve the problem. Please note that the service agent will
require the following information:• The Model Trade Name and the Serial Number of the Appliance. (both can be found on
the Technical Data Plate located on the appliance.
Fault
Pilot will not light.
Pilot goes out when gas control
knob released.
Possible Cause
Remedy
No gas supply.
Ensure gas isolation valve is turned
on, and that bottles are not empty.
Blocked pilot injector.
Call the service provider.
Releasing knob before the
thermocouple has heated.
Hold knob in for at least 20
seconds following ignition of the
pilot.
Pilot flame too small.
- Gas pressure too low.
- Partially blocked pilot injector.
Clean or replace the pilot injector.
Thermocouple connection to the
gas control is loose or faulty.
Tighten the thermocouple
connection.
Thermocouple faulty.
Check that the thermo couple is
producing between 20-30mV.
Electromagnet in the rear of the
gas control unit is faulty.
Inspect and replace if not in good
working order.
Call the service provider.
Main burner will not light.
Piezo Ignition spark is being
generated but not sparking
from the ignition electrode to
the pilot burner hood. (Griddle
and Oven options only)
Incorrect supply pressure.
Call the service provider.
Faulty gas control.
Call the service provider.
HT lead damaged or broken.
Repair or replace the HT lead.
Check that the ignition electrode
is not cracked and is correctly
positioned.
Re-position or replace the ignition
electrode.
Piezo igniter faulty.
Replace the piezo igniter.
Call the service provider.
NOTE: Components having adjustments protected (e.g. paint sealed) by the manufacturer, are only
to be adjusted by an authorised service agent. They are not to be adjusted by an
unauthorised service person.
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Conversion Procedure
C AUTIO N :
Ensure that the appliance is isolated from the gas supply before commencing
servicing.
Burner
Cap
NOTE:
• These conversions should only be carried out by
qualified persons. All connections must be checked for
leaks before re-commissioning the appliance.
• For all relevant gas specifications refer to the table at
the end of this section.
Open Burners ('F' - Flame Failure Option)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Turn ‘OFF’ the gas supply at the main supply.
Remove the trivets from the top of the appliance, taking note
that the trivets are manufactured with a lip on one edge, the
lip must always be fitted to the outer edge (front and back) of
the range. (See Fig 18).
Remove the burner caps and burner bowls (these are a loose
fit to the manifold) (See Fig 13) from the top of the gas
manifold, taking care not to damage the thermocouples fitted
through the manifold splash guard.
Remove all the trivet supports from the top of the appliance.
Note the orientation of the trivet supports when
removing. The trivet support front end side rail
profiles are different from the rear end side rail
profiles. (See Fig 14).
Remove the splash guards covering the burner manifolds by
unscrewing the two allan headed screws. Carefully remove
the splash guards taking care not to damage the
thermocouples protruding through the splash guard. (See Fig
15).
Unscrew and remove the injectors (½ A/F) from the gas
cocks. (See Fig 16).
Determine the correct injector sizes for the corresponding gas
from the rating plate affixed to the lower right hand side of
the front sill.
Replace with the correct size injectors. Refer to the ‘Gas
Specifications table’ at the end of this section, for correct
injector sizes.
Refit the splash guards over the gas cocks taking care not to
damage the thermocouples and secure in position with the 2
allan headed screws. (See Fig 15).
Refit the burner caps and burner bowls onto the manifolds
protruding through the splash guards, taking care not to
damage the thermocouple which is close to the manifold.
Take note that the base part of the burner bowl has 2 locating
holes drilled into the base flange (See Fig 17), these are to
locate the burner bowl onto the allen headed screws that
secure the splash guard to the gas manifold. (See Fig 15).
Turn on the gas supply at the mains, re-light the burners and
check the flame size on the simmer 'LOW' position.
NOTE: The right hand gas control valve supplies the rear burner
and the left hand gas control valve supplies the front
burner.
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Burner
Bowl
Fig 13
Notice Difference
in Profiles
Fig 14
Thermocouple
Splash Guard
Retaining Cap Screw
Fig 15
Open Burner
Injector
Fig 16
Burner Bowl
Locating Holes
Fig 17
Gas Conversion and Specifications
12.
13.
Notice Lip on
Trivet Edge
Refit all the trivet supports to the top of the appliance. Note
the orientation of the trivet support when re-fitting as the
front end side rail profiles are different from the rear end side
rail profiles. (See Fig 14).
Refit the trivets to the top of the appliance taking note that
the trivets are manufactured with a lip on one edge, the lip
must always be fitted to the outer edge (front and back) of
the cook top. (See Fig 18).
Low Fire Adjustment
a. To adjust the open burner low fire adjustment, remove the
gas control knobs from the front of the control panel.
b. Adjust the low fire adjustment screw on the open burner
gas control valves to obtain the desired flame size. (See
Fig 19).
Fig 18
NOTE: The 'Low Fire Screw' should be sealed with coloured
paint on completion of the low fire adjustment.
Low Fire Adjustment Screw
Fig 19
Open Burners ('PF' - Pilot & Flame Failure Option)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Turn ‘OFF’ the gas supply at the main supply.
Remove the trivets from the top of the appliance, taking note
that the trivets are manufactured with a lip on one edge, the
lip must always be fitted to the outer edge (front and back) of
the cook top. (Refer to Fig 18).
Remove the burner caps and burner bowls (these are a loose
fit to the manifold) from the top of the gas manifold.
Remove all the trivet supports from the top of the appliance.
Note the orientation of the trivet supports when removing.
The trivet support front end side rail profiles are different from
the rear end side rail profiles. (Refer to Fig 14).
Remove the pilot burner shields from over the pilot burners /
thermocouples by removing the 2 screws securing the pilot
burner shields to the splash guards. (Refer to Fig 21).
Remove the splash guards covering the burner manifolds by
unscrewing the two allan headed screws. Carefully remove
the splash guards taking care not to damage the pilot burner
tubes and thermocouples protruding through the splash
guard.
Main Injectors
a. Unscrew and remove the main injectors (½ A/F) from the
gas cocks. (See Fig 22).
b. Replace with the correct size injectors. Refer to the ‘Gas
Specifications table’ at the end of this section and the
Rating Plate attached to the underside of the right hand
side, front oven lower trim for correct injector sizes for the
corresponding gas.
Fig 20
2 Pilot Burner
Shield Screws
Pilot Burner
Shield
Fig 21
Main Injector
Pilot Injector
Plug
22
Fig 22
Gas Conversion and Specifications
Pilot Injectors
a. Unscrew and remove the Pilot Injector Plug from the fitting
at the end of the pilot injector tube using a 11mm A/F
spanner. (Refer to Fig 23).
b. Using a flat bladed screwdriver, unscrew and remove the
pilot injector from the pilot injector housing.
Pilot Injector
Housing
NOTE Take care not to lose the spring fitted in front of the
injector.
c. Remove existing pilot injector and replace with the correct
size pilot injector for the gas type being used. Refer to the
‘Gas Specifications’ table at the end of this section, for
correct pilot injector sizes.
d. Refit the spring and the correct pilot injector to the pilot
injector housing.
e. Screw the pilot injector fully home using a flat blade
screwdriver and refit the pilot injector plug to the pilot
injector housing and tighten in place using a 11mm A/F
spanner. (Refer to Fig 23).
f. Refit the splash guard over the gas cocks taking care not to
damage the thermocouples and pilot burner tubes. Secure
in position with the 2 allan headed screws. (Note that the
splash guard for 'PF' models has a different cut-outs for
pilot burner tubes. Refer to Fig 24 & Fig 25).
g. Refit the pilot burner tube shields over the pilot burner
tubes / thermocouples and secure in place with the 2
securing screws. (Refer to Fig 21).
h. Refit the burner caps and burner bowls onto the manifolds
protruding through the splash guards. Take note that the
base part of the burner bowl has 2 locating holes drilled
into the base flange, (Refer to Fig 17).these are to locate
the burner bowl onto the allen headed screws that secure
the splash guard to the gas manifold. (Refer to Fig 15).
i. Refit all the trivet supports to the top of the appliance.
Note the orientation of the trivet support when re-fitting as
the front end side rail profiles are different from the rear
end side rail profiles. (Refer to Fig 14).
j. Refit the trivets to the top of the appliance taking note that
the trivets are manufactured with a lip on one edge, the lip
must always be fitted to the outer edge (front and back) of
the cook top. (Refer to Fig 18).
Pilot Injector
Plug
Fig 23
Cut-Out for Pilot
Burner &
Thermocouple
Fig 24
Pilot Burner
Shown without Pilot
Burner Shield fitted.
Thermocouple
Fig 25
Low Fire Adjustment
a. To adjust the open burner low fire adjustment, remove the
gas control knobs from the front of the control panel.
b. Adjust the low fire adjustment screw on the open burner
gas control valves to obtain the desired flame size. (Refer
to Fig 26).
NOTE: The 'Low Fire Screw' should be sealed with coloured
paint on completion of the low fire adjustment.
Low Fire Adjustment Screw
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Fig 26
Gas Conversion and Specifications
Griddle
Pilot Burner
a. With the gas supply turned off at the main supply,
remove the griddle plate section by lifting it
straight off the cook top.
b. Remove the gas control heat shield from around
the griddle burner, this is just a push in fit.
c. Disconnect the thermocouple and the piezo igniter
from the mounting bracket. (For access purposes).
(See Fig 27).
d. Disconnect the pilot supply tube from the pilot
burner with a 13mm (½") spanner. (See Fig 27).
e. Remove existing pilot injector and replace with the
correct size for the gas being used. Refer to the
‘Gas Specifications’ table at the end of this section,
for correct injector sizes.
f. Re-connect the pilot supply tube to the pilot burner
with a 13mm (½") spanner. (See Fig 28).
g. Refit the piezo igniter and thermocouple to the
mounting bracket. (See Fig 28).
h. Repeat Items a) to g) for all griddle pilot burners.
Main Burner
a. Remove the main burner from the burner box by
removing the securing screw at the end of the
burner, this will reveal the main burner injector.
(See Fig 27).
b. Remove and replace the main burner injectors with
correct size injectors. Refer to the ‘Gas
Specifications’ table at the end of this section, for
correct injector sizes.
c. Refit the burner to the griddle burner box.
d. Refit the gas control heat shield to the griddle
burner box.
e. Refit the griddle plate section to the top of the
cook top.
f. Repeat Items a) to e) for all griddle main burners.
g. Turn ‘ON’ the gas supply at the mains, re-light the
griddle burners and check the flame size on the
‘LOW’ flame position.
Gas Control
Heat Shield
Burner
Securing
Screw
Fig 27
Thermocouple
Piezo Igniter
Pilot Burner
Fig 28
Low Fire Adjustment
a. To adjust the griddle burner ‘LOW’ fire adjustment,
remove the griddle gas control knobs from the
front of the control panel.
b. Adjust the low fire adjustment screw on the griddle
gas control valve only, to obtain the desired flame
size. (See Fig 29).
NOTE: The 'Low Fire Screw' should be sealed with
coloured paint on completion of the low fire
adjustment.
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Low Fire Adjustment Screw
Fig 29
Gas Conversion and Specifications
Shown with door removed for ease of viewing
Oven
Injector:
a. With the gas supply turned off at the main supply,
unscrew and remove the 6 screws securing the
lower lintel to the front of the oven. (See Fig 30).
b. Open the oven door and remove the cast oven sole
plate from inside the oven.
c. Remove the 2 screws securing the oven burner in
the oven and remove the main burner from the
oven.
d. The main injector will now be exposed and can be
unscrewed and removed using a 13mm (1/2” A/F)
spanner. (See Fig 31).
e. Remove the main injector and replace with the
correct size injector. (Refer to the ‘Gas
Specifications’ table at the rear of this section).
f. Refit the main burner to the oven and secure in
position with the 2 screws.
6 screws
Fig 30
Main Injector
Pilot:
a. To remove the oven pilot injector, from inside the
oven, unscrew and remove the thermocouple and
piezo igniter from the mounting bracket. (See Fig
32).
b. Unscrew the hex nut holding the pilot supply tube
to the rear of the pilot assembly.
c. Withdraw the pilot injector from the pilot
assembly.
d. Replace the pilot injector with the correct sized
injector for the gas type being used and reconnect the pilot supply tube to the pilot assembly.
(See Fig 32).
e. Refit the vitreous enamelled tray to the oven.
Low Fire:
a. To change the thermostat ‘Low Fire’ screw for the
gas type required, remove the gas control knob
from the oven control panel. The gas control knob
is a push fit onto the shaft of the oven gas control
valve. Remove the gas control knob.
b. Unscrew the single screw at the top of the oven
control panel, securing the panel and lift the panel
away from the oven.
c. Unscrew and remove the old ‘Low Fire’ screw (See
Fig 33) from the lower left hand front of the valve
and fully screw in the new ‘Low Fire’ screw for the
new gas type. (Refer to the ‘Gas Specifications’
table at the rear of this section for screw types).
d. Close the control panel and secure with the
securing screw.
e. Refit the oven gas control knob to the spindle of
the oven gas control valve.
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Thermocouple
Fig 31
Pilot Assembly
Piezo Igniter
Pilot Supply Line
Fig 32
Low Fire
Screw
Fig 33
Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Regulator
- NAT Gas / LPG / Butane Only.
NOTE, Pin rotated
for Natural Gas
NOTE, Pin rotated
for LPG
Fig 34
NOTE: The regulator supplied is convertible
between Natural Gas and LP Gas, but
it’s outlet pressure is fixed ex-factory
and is NOT to be adjusted.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Ensure that the gas supply is turned 'Off' at
the mains.
Unscrew the hexagonal cap (23mm A/F)
from the regulator.
Un-clip the plastic pin from the cap, reverse
the pin and re-fit it back to the cap the
correct way for the gas type to be used.
(Either ‘LP’ or ‘NAT’ should be visible
on the flank of the pin once re-fitted to
the cap).
Screw the cap back into the regulator hand
tight only.
Cap Nut
- Town Gas Only.
1.
2.
3.
Unscrew and remove the slotted cap from
the regulator.
Turn on the gas supply and the appliance.
Adjust the pressure adjusting nut to achieve
the correct burner operating pressure.
Pressure Adjusting
Screw
NOTE: The operating pressure to be measured
at the manifold test point and with all
burners operating at the 'High Flame'
setting.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Turn off the mains gas supply and bleed the
gas out of the appliance gas lines.
Turn on the gas supply and the appliance.
Verify the operating pressure remains
correct (Re-adjust the regulator if required).
Screw the cap nut back onto the regulator.
Fig 35
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Type Labels
On completion of the gas conversion, replace gas type labels located at:- The rear of the unit, above the gas connection.
- Beside the rating plate.
Commissioning
Before leaving the converted installation;
1.
Check all gas connections for leakages using soapy water or other gas detecting equipment.
WARNING:
DO NOT USE A NAKED FLAME
2.
TO CHECK FOR GAS LEAKAGES.
Check the following functions in accordance with the operating instructions specified in the
‘Operation’ section of this manual.
•
Light the Pilot Burners.
•
Light the Main Burners.
•
Check the Low Fire Burner operation.
•
Check the High Fire Burner operation.
•
Ensure that all the controls operate correctly.
•
Ensure that the operating pressure remains correct.
NOTE: If for some reason it is not possible to get the appliance to operate correctly, shut off the
gas supply and contact the supplier of this appliance.
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Gas Conversion and Specifications
Gas Specifications
Natural
Gas
LPG
Butane
Town Gas
Ø 2.45mm
Ø 1.50mm
Ø 1.50mm
Ø 5.00mm
0.30
0.20
0.20
0.60
Main Burner
Ø 2.10mm
Ø 1.30mm
Ø 1.20mm
Ø 3.40mm
Pilot Burner
0.35
0.23
0.23
0.60
Main Burner Injectors
Open Burner
Griddle
Oven
Pilot Burner
('PF' Models only)
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open
Main Burner
Ø 2.60mm
Pilot Burner
0.35
0.23
0.60
Burner Aeration Setting
Fully open
Fully open
Fully open
Low Fire
Ø 1.50mm
Ø 0.95mm
Ø 2.50mm
1.13 - 3.40 kPa
2.75 - 4.50 kPa
0.75 - 1.50 kPa
0.95 kPa (*)
2.6 kPa (*)
0.63 kPa (*)
Supply Pressure
Operating Pressure
Fully open
Ø 1.60mm
Ø 1.45mm
Fully open
Ø 5.00mm
Adjustable
Regulator
(Adjust to the
Burner
Operating
Pressure
specified)
Gas Regulator Cap Screw
(*) NOTE:
• The burner operating pressure is to be measured at the manifold test point with two
burners operating at the 'High Flame' setting.
• NAT, LPG & Butane Only - The operating pressure is ex-factory set and is not to be
adjusted, apart from when converting between gasses, if required.
• TOWN GAS Only - The burner operating pressure is to be adjusted using the adjustable
gas regulator supplied. Eurosit oven gas control valve requires non-adjustable Max Rate
Screw to be fitted.
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Replacement Parts List
Replacement Parts List
IMPORTANT:
Only genuine authorized replacement parts should be used for the servicing and
repair of this appliance. The instructions supplied with the parts should be followed
when replacing components.
For further information and servicing instructions, contact your nearest authorized
service branch (contact details are as shown on the reverse of the front cover of this
manual).
When ordering replacement parts, please quote the part number and the description as listed below. If
the part required is not listed below, request the part by description and quote model number and serial
number which is shown on the rating plate.
Open Burners
227018
227017
030245
030150
030140
030450
026134
026136
232309
229442
229444
227405
227403
227378
227379
228167
228166
Burner Bowl.
Burner Cap.
Injector
(Nat. Gas)
Injector
(LP Gas)
Injector
(Butane)
Injector
(Town Gas)
Pilot Injector
(Nat Gas)
Pilot Injector
(LP Gas / Butane)
Pilot Injector
(Town Gas)
Pilot Bracket Assembly.
Pilot Burner Shield.
Gas Control
('F' Models).
Gas Control
('PF' Models).
Knob - Open Burner
(PF Option).
Knob - Open Burner
(F Option).
Thermocouple - Front.
Thermocouple - Rear.
2.45mm.
1.50mm.
1.40mm.
4.50mm.
0.30.
0.20.
0.60.
Griddle
014105
032210
032130
032120
032340
227403
227378
019215
026488
019217
018067
019428
227508
228047
018744
228288
Burner.
Injector
(Nat. Gas)
Injector
(LP Gas )
Injector
(Butane)
Injector
(Town Gas )
Gas Control.
Knob - Griddle.
Pilot Burner.
Pilot Injector
(Nat. Gas)
Pilot Injector
(LP Gas / Butane)
Pilot Injector
(Town Gas)
Thermocouple.
Piezo Ignitor.
Piezo H.T. Lead.
Piezo Ignition Electrode.
Grease Tray
(Griddle Plates).
228767
018691K
020253
018743
227381
Oven Burner.
Oven Pilot.
Oven Thermocouple.
Thermocouple Spacer.
Oven Knob 100-290°C.
Oven
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2.10mm.
1.30mm.
1.20mm.
3.40mm.
0.35.
0.23.
0.60.
Replacement Parts List
Oven (cont.d)
032160
032260
032145
032500
019217
026488
018067
228703
228836
022407
022408
232312
227508
019407
Injector
Injector
Injector
Injector
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
Pilot Injector
Eurosit Gas Control Valve.
Max Rate Screw
Low Fire Screw
Low Fire Screw
Low Fire Screw
Piezo Ignitor.
H.T Lead.
(LPG)
(Nat. Gas)
(Butane)
(Town Gas)
(LPG / Butane)
(Nat. Gas)
(Town Gas)
1.60mm.
2.60mm.
1.45mm.
5.00mm.
0.23.
0.35.
0.60.
(Town Gas)
(LPG / Butane)
(Nat. Gas)
(Town Gas)
0.95mm.
1.50mm.
2.50mm.
General
227014
228884
228883
228882
227850
229674
Pot Stand / Trivet.
Spill Tray
Spill Tray
Spill Tray
Adjustable Leg - 150mm.
Rear Roller Assy.
(G505 Series).
(G506 Series).
(G508 Series).
Optional Extras
228566
228567
Griddle Scraper Tool.
Smooth Plate Scraper Blades (Pack of 5 blades).
228797
228800
228804
750mm Plinth Kit.
900mm Plinth Kit.
1200mm Plinth Kit.
Accessories
Gas Conversion Kits
'PF' Models 'F' Models
Models
Gas Type to Convert to
Nat. Gas
LPG
Butane
Town Gas
G505
231885
231884
231886
231887
G506
231889
231888
231890
231891
G508
231893
231892
231894
231895
G505
231897
231896
231898
231899
G506
231901
231900
231902
231903
G508
231905
231904
231906
231907
NOTE: Each gas conversion kit is universal for all hob open burners and griddle variations
possible within the model specified.
Regulators
Gas Type
Gas Regulators
Part No.
Nat. Gas
LPG, Butane
228531
Town Gas
230185
Description
¾” BSP F/F Convertible.
¾” BSP F/F Adjustable.
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