Caple DD931BK Instruction manual

Caple DD931BK Instruction manual
Instruction manual for Induction Downdraft
Model code: DD931BK
Contact Caple on 0117 938 7420 or for spare parts www.caple.co.uk
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CONTENTS
DEAR CUSTOMER! ..........................................................................................................................2
INSTRUCTION FOR USE ..................................................................................................................2
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION .........................................................................................................2
FIRE HAZARD PROTECTION ...........................................................................................................2
COOKING HOB
IMPORTANT WARNINGS ABOUT THE COOKING HOB ...................................................................4
IMPORTANT WARNINGS ABOUT THE DOWNDRAFT ......................................................................6
TECHNICAL DRAWING ....................................................................................................................8
INSTALLATION SEQUENCE .............................................................................................................9
INSTALLATION OF THE COOKING HOB WITH INTEGRATED DOWNDRAFT ...................................10
CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY.........................................................................................14
TECHNICAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................15
CERAMIC-GLASS COOKTOP ..........................................................................................................18
SAFETY FUNCTIONS AND ERROR SIGNALS ..................................................................................19
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF CERAMIC-GLASS HOB..........................................................31
DOWNDRAFT
USE ..................................................................................................................................................33
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION OF THE DOWNDRAFT ........................................................................34
FUNCTIONS OF THE DOWNDRAFT.................................................................................................35
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF THE DOWNDRAFT .................................................................37
OPERATIONAL ANOMALIES ............................................................................................................38
AFTER SALES SERVICE...................................................................................................................38
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DEAR CUSTOMER!
The built-in ceramic-glass cooktop is intended
for household use only. Materials used for packaging are nature friendly and may be recycled,
deposited or destroyed without any threats to
the environment. In order to recognize these features, all packing materials are marked with relevant symbols.
Once your appliance has become obsolete and
you do not intend to use it any longer, take adequate care not to litter the environment. Deposit your old appliance with the authorized depot
dealing with used household appliances.
INSTRUCTION FOR USE
Instructions for use have been prepared for the
user, and describe the particulars and handling
of the appliance. These instructions apply to
different models from the same family of appliances, therefore you may find information and
descriptions that may not apply to your particular
appliance.
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTION
He appliance should be connected to the power
supply in accordance with the instructions from
the chapter “Electrical connections” and in line
with the standing regulations and standards. The
connections should be carried out by a qualified
personnel only.
FIRE HAZARD
PROTECTION
Appliances are allowed to be mounted on one
side next to a high kitchen cabinet, the height of
which may exceed that of the appliance. On the
opposite side however, only a kitchen cabinet of
equal height as the appliance is allowed.
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INDUCTION HOB
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IMPORTANT WARNINGS
ABOUT THE COOKING HOB
• The appliance may be built-in and connected
to the power supply only by a qualified technician.
• Particular areas of the cooktop surface (adjacent to the hotplates) are hot during operation. Prevent the children to hang around the
appliance and warn them properly against the
danger of burns.
• Hot oil ignites readily, so be sure have the
preparation of such food (fries) under constant control.
• Hotplates may not be left in operation empty,
without any dishes on top.
• Never use the appliance for heating the ambience.
• Never use the ceramic-glass cooktop as a
working surface. Sharp objects may damage
the cooktop surface.
• Never place any metal objects upon the induction hotplate, such as knives, forks, spoons,
pot lids, and the like, as they may get very hot.
• Preparation of food in aluminium or plastic
cookware is not allowed. Never place any
plastic objects or aluminium foil upon the
cooktop surface.
• In case any other appliances are plugged in
the electric mains close to the cooktop, prevent the contact of the plug cable with the hot
cooking zones.
• Never keep any flammable or temperature
sensitive objects, like cleaning agents, sprays,
detergents, etc., below the appliance.
• Never use cracked or broken ceramic-glass
cooktop. In case you notice any visible cracks
on the surface, cut the power supply immediately.
• In case of any malfunctions, disconnect the
appliance from the power supply and call service department.
• Do not use high-pressure steam cleaner or
hot steam to clean the appliance.
• The appliance is manufactured in compliance
with the relevant effective safety standards.
• The appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physi-
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cal, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of
experience and knowledge, unless they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for they safety.
The hob can not be activated by external timers or remote controls systems.
Be careful not to drop objects or crockery on
the ceramic glass’s surface. Even light objects
(e.g. a salt shaker) can crack or damage the
ceramic plate.
If the appliance is built in over an oven with
a pyrolytic system, it should not be operated
while the pyrolytic process is in progress because it can trigger the overheating protection
of the cooktop.
Don’t connect the hob to the power supply
with an extension cable or multiple sockets,
because they don’t assure a sufficient safety
(e.g. overheating risk of multiple sockets).
After using the cooktop, disconnect it from the
user’s interface. Do not trust the pot detector.
Connect the equipment to a permanent connection.
Stationary appliances not fitted with means for
disconnection from the supply mains having a
contact separation in all poles that provide full
disconnection under overvoltage category III,
the instructions state that means for disconnection must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules.
If the glass is broken, please disconnect not
only the supply chain of the cooking appliance
but that of the downdraft also.
This appliance can be used by children aged
from 8 years old and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack
of experience or 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 this appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children
without supervision.
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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accidents.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent
or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid
any kind of hazard.
• You may also find these instructional materials
on the website of the manufacturer.
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IMPORTANT WARNINGS
ABOUT THE DOWNDRAFT
• This appliance must not be used over cook
tops powered by wood or coal or in any case,
over cook tops with power levels that could
damage the appliance.
Never use steam or high-pressure devices
for cleaning your hood (regulations regarding
electrical safety).
• Never use the cooker hood without the grease
filters.
• The minimum distance between the Downdraft (closed) and the surface above it must
be at least 400 mm.
• When handling the downdraft, never put your
hands in the field of action of the extractable unit.
• This appliance can be used by children aged
from 8 years old and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack
of experience or 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 this appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children
without supervision.
• NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but
switch off the appliance and then cover the
flame e.g. with a lid or a fire blanket.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent
or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid
a hazard.
• CAUTION: This appliance is not intended to
be used with gas hobs.
• If the supply cord of the appliance is provided
with a hob, this must be easily accessible.
• You may also find these instructional materials
on the website of the manufacturer.
• It is designed to work in both suctioning mode,
with outside evacuation, and filtering mode.
• These hoods have been designed for personal use in the home. The appliance must be
used by adults. Make sure that the appliance
is out of reach of children and that they do not
use it to play with. Make sure that children do
not operate the controls.
• When the appliance is delivered, check the
overall appearance of the packaging.
Any remarks should be written on the delivery
coupon, of which you keep a copy.
Your appliance is designed for normal domestic use. It is not designed for commercial or industrial use, or for purposes other than those
for which it was designed.
• Any consequences of or damage from incorrect installation or incorrect use of the appliance will not be covered by the manufacturer’s guarantee.
• Do not ever change or try to change the characteristics of this appliance. This would be a
danger. Repairs must be performed only by
an authorised technician.
Always disconnect the hood before carrying
out cleaning or maintenance operations.
• Adequately ventilate the room when a cooker
hood and other appliances, powered by energy other than electricity, are used simultaneously, so that the hood does not suck any
combustion fumes.
• It is not allowed to cook food over open
flames (flambé) or operate gas hobs without
pots or pans on them under the hood itself
(the flames sucked into the hood might damage the appliance).
• Frying under the appliance must be done under constant supervision as hot oils and fats
may ignite.
Respect the guidelines for cleaning and replacement of grease filters. Accumulated deposits of grease are a fire hazard.
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Constantly seeking to improve our products, we
reserve the right to modify their technical, functional, or aesthetic characteristics deriving from
their upgrading.
The air collected must not be conveyed into a
flue used for smoke or fumes from appliances
powered by anything other than electricity (central heating systems, etc.).
As far as discharging exhaust air is concerned,
please follow the guide- lines given by competent authorities.
In the case of the version with external motor, for normal downdraft operation, it is
necessary to use a suctioning unit (external
motor) made by the same manufacturer.
Keep these instructions for use with the appliance. If the appliance should be sold or passed
on to others, make sure that the instructions are
passed on with it.
We thank you for taking note of these suggestions be- fore installing and using the appliance.
They have been written for your personal safety
and the safety of others.
The symbol on the product or
on its packaging indicates that
this product may not be treated
as household waste. Instead it
shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product,
please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop where
you purchased the product. This appliance is
marked according to the European directive
2002/96/EC on waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE).
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TECHNICAL
DRAWING
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INSTALLATION SEQUENCE
HOLE CUT FOR INSTALLING THE HOB
INSERTION OF THE METAL
INSTALLATION STRUCTURE
DOWNDRAFT INSTALLATION
COOKING HOB INSTALLATION
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BUILT-IN INDUCTION HOB
OPENING DIMENSIONS
INSTALLATION OF THE
COOKING HOB WITH
INTEGRATED DOWNDRAFT
CAUTION!
• The installation and the connection of the
product to the mains electricity must only be
carried out by qualified personnel.
• The kitchen unit into which the product is to
be installed must be realised in materials (including adhesives and finishes) that are resistant to a temperature of 100°C.
• After the installation, the product must be accessible for any eventual technical interventions.
• All wall units above the product must be positioned at a height that does not disturb work
processes.
• The cornice of the worktop can have a thickness greater than the worktop because an
opening is maintained in the front part of the
kitchen unit of at least 5mm (refer to design
below) to ensure an adequate passage of air
to avoid overheating the product.
• Before cutting the hole, check inside the
kitchen unit where the product will be housed
to ensure that there are no obstructions such
as parts of the unit’s structure or anything else
that could cause problems for a correct installation. Check that the overall dimensions of
the downdraft and the cooking hob are compatible with the kitchen furniture so that the
installation is feasible.
• Induction hob may be built into the 25 to
40 mm thick worktops.
A (mm)
B (mm)
C (mm)
D (mm)
E (mm)
F (mm)
G (mm)
External motor
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898
510
860
490
45
5
50
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Internal motor
• A horizontal and vertical space of at least
20mm from the lower surface of the cooking
hob and at least 20mm from the downdraft
must be foreseen so as to create a passage
for the air necessary to cool the product (refer
to the above illustration).
• There must be an opening of at least 50mm
the whole width of the kitchen unit in the lower
and rear part of the furniture to allow for the
passage of air to avoid the product overheating.
• Ensure that the passage of air in the lower part
of the kitchen unit permits a constant flow of
air to cool the product.
• Fitting the oven underneath the cooking hob
is possible with fan-cooled ovens. Before installing the oven, remove the rear wall of the
kitchen unit where the oven will be fitted into
the kitchen furniture.
There must also be a minimum aperture of
5mm in the front part and above all in the lower part of the kitchen furniture to ensure an
adequate passage of air necessary to cool the
product.
Before installing the product, check that all components are not damaged. If any components
are damaged, contact the retailer and do not go
ahead with the installation.
Before installing the downdraft, remove the safety spacer highlighted in the photograph (Fig. 1).
Furthermore, carefully read all the instructions as
follows:
• Utilise an air extraction duct that has a maximum length of not more than 5 metres.
• Limit the number of curves in the duct because each curve reduces the efficiency of the
extraction equal to 1 linear metre (E.g., if two
90° curves are utilised, the length of the duct
must not exceed 3 metres in length).
• Avoid drastic changes of direction.
• Utilise a duct with a 150mm or 200mm diameter along its whole length.
• Utilise a duct that is manufactured from material approved to the norm. The supplying
company will not respond to problems of flow
capacity or noise if there is a lack of respect of
the previously mentioned instructions and the
guarantee will be annulled.
1. Position the support bracket of the downdraft in the rear part of the realised aperture
(refer to Fig. 2).
2. The bracket must be positioned approximately two/three millimetres from the upper
surface of the worktop, as shown in Fig.3.
3. Fix the support bracket of the downdraft to
the worktop by utilising the screws supplied
in the case of wood worktops. For worktops
realised in materials different to wood, utilise
the appropriate screws.
4. Utilise the upper and lower holes positioned
in the support bracket of the downdraft in accordance with the thickness of the worktop
into which the product is installed.
5. Fix the two worktop reinforcement telescopic
structures to the lower sides of the support
bracket of the downdraft, as shown in Fig. 4.
6. After fixing the reinforcement structures, adjust their telescopic travel so as to reach the
base underneath (Fig. 5). Fix the structure
to the base underneath utilising the screws
supplied.
7. Check that the worktop is perfectly level then
block the travel of the structures utilising the four
self-threading screws, positioned as in Fig. 6.
8. Insert the downdraft into the installed support bracket (refer to Fig. 7). The fixtures
positioned on the downdraft must coincide
perfectly with the support bracket installed in
the kitchen unit (refer to Fig. 8).
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9. Install the cooking hob ensuring that the
opening at the rear of the product coincides
perfectly with the downdraft (refer to Fig. 9).
INSTALLING THE FOAM GASKET
Before installing the cooking hob in its appropriate seat in the worktop, apply the adhesive gasket in expanded polyurethane supplied with the
product to the lower part of the cooking hob.
WARNING
Do not install the cooking hob without the
adhesive gasket!
The gasket should be attached to the appliance
in the following way:
• Remove the protective film from the gasket.
• Then, attach the gasket to the lower side of
the glass, approximately 2-3 millimetres from
the edge.
• The gasket must be attached along the entire
length of the glass edge and should not overlap at the corners.
• When installing the gasket, make sure that the
glass does not come into contact with any
sharp objects.
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cordance with the information reported on
the relative technical data plate.
4. After completing the installation and having
connected the downdraft to the mains electricity, check that the red key on the electronic metal box is pressed and then activate the
lifting of the extraction carriage by pressing
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
• The worktop must be perfectly level.
the
key.
5. When the extraction carriage is fully opened,
remove the door block (Fig. 14). Successively open the door (Fig. 15) and position the
anti-grease filters (Fig. 16).
6. The motor can be installed on the front or
rear part of the downdraft. The air outlet must
be pointed upwards or downwards.
7. Assemble the ducting for the air outlet.
8. In the case of the version with an external
motor, choose the air outlet most suitable
from the five possibilities (refer to the design
in the TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATION chapter)
and install the supplied union.
9. Position the metal box containing the electronic components in an easily accessible
position in the case of any technical intervention.
• Place the cooking hob into the previously realised opening in the worktop.
• Press the cooking hob down forcefully onto
the worktop, in correspondence to the edges
of the cooking hob.
If the downdraft is not perfectly aligned with the
cooking hob, adjust the adjustment screws (Fig.
10A) on the right and left of the product. Screw
in the screws to lift the downdraft and unscrew
to lower the downdraft.
Before the installation, the screws indicated in
Fig. 10B must be unscrewed as much as possible so as to keep the downdraft near to the rear
part of the kitchen unit.
If the downdraft is not centred correctly with the
cooking hob after the installation has been carried out, utilise the adjustment screws (Fig. 10B)
to shift it forwards by screwing in the screws or
backwards by unscrewing the screws on both
the right and left side of the product.
1. Check that the downdraft inside the kitchen
unit is perfectly vertical. Fix it utilising the
brackets supplied (Fig. 11).
2. Permanently block the downdraft utilising the
two screws indicated in Fig. 12.
3. Connect the electrical cables of the downdraft as shown in Fig. 13 and then carry out
the connection to the mains electricity in ac13
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CONNECTION TO THE
POWER SUPPLY
WARNING
• Connections may be carried out by a qualified
technician only. The earthing protection must
comply with the standing regulations.
• Connection terminals are revealed when the
connection box cover is removed.
• Prior any attempted connection check that
the voltage indicated on the rating plate is in
line with your home power supply.
• The rating plate is located underneath the appliance.
• The cooking hob operates at 220V-240V~.
• In order to make a fixed connection to the
mains, insert an all-pole circuit breaker between the appliance and the mains. This
device shall have a contact separation in all
poles, providing full disconnection under overvoltage category III conditions.
• Such appliances are allowed to be mounted
on one side next to a high kitchen cabinet, the
height of which may exceed that of the appliance. On the opposite side however, only a
kitchen cabinet of equal height as the appliance is allowed.
• Upon the completion of installation, live wires
and isolated cables must be adequately protected against accidental touching.
Before attempting any repairs on the appliance, disconnect the power supply. In accordance with the mains voltage the appliance should be connected in line with the
attached diagram. The earthing wire (PE)
must be connected to the terminal marked
with the earthing symbol.
The connection cable must lead through the
relief safety device, protecting it from accidental pulling out.
INSTALLATION
DIAGRAM:
The hob is equipped with a power cable.
The connection needs to be made on the terminals of the power cable directly during the
connection with the electrical net as you can
find both in the rating plate and in the electrical
scheme here below.
Black
Brown
Blue
Green/Yellow
Black
Brown
Blue
Green/Yellow
BASIC ADJUSTMENT OF
SENSORS TO THE AMBIENCE
Upon each connection to the power supply the
sensors of the appliance are automatically adjusted to the environment to ensure their proper
function. All displays turn on and are fully illuminated for a few seconds.
During the adjustment procedure the sensors
must be free of any objects, otherwise the adjustment procedure will be interrupted until such
objects are removed from the sensor surface.
During this period the regulation of the cooktop
is impossible.
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TECHNICAL
INFORMATION
NOTE
898x630
Width (mm)
220-240V~ o 380-415V 2N~,
Rated
voltage
50/60 Hz
Type of
Electronic sensors
switch
Cooking zones (Ø, mm/kW )
Forward
184x220, 2,1 (P=3,7)
left
Middle
184x220, 2,1 (P=3,7)
left
Middle
Middle
rightl
Forward
right
Total
power (W)
In case sugar or other heavily sweetened
substance is spilled on the hotplate, wipe it
immediately and remove the sugar residues
with a scraper although the cooking zone
is still hot, otherwise the hotplate may be
damaged. Avoid cleaning the cooktop while
the cooking zones are still hot, as you may
damage the hob.
APPROPRIATE COOKWARE FOR
INDUCTION HOTPLATES
184x220, 2,1 (P=3,7)
184x220, 2,1 (P=3,7)
7400
P= Extra powerful setting
HOTPLATE FUNCTION PRINCIPLE
• Ceramic glass hob is fitted with three or four
hotplates. Hob surface is completely flat and
smooth, without edges to accumulate dirt.
• The cooking hob is equipped with a highlyfunctional induction cooking zone. The heat is
formed directly in the bottom of the cooking pot.
This way the required extent of energy is
considerably smaller compared to traditional
heaters, which operate on radiation principle.
• Glass ceramic hotplate is not heated directly, but only by return heat transmitted by the
dish. This heat figures as “remaining heat”
after the hotplate is turned off. The induction
hotplate generates heat from the induction
coil, installed underneath the ceramic glass
surface. The coil stabilises the magnetic field.
• Induction hotplate will function perfectly only if
appropriate cookware is used.
• Dish should be in the middle of the hotplate
during cooking.
• The appropriate cookware is the one which
enables induction, for example steel, enamel
or steel alloy cookware. Pots made from steel
alloy with copper or aluminium bottom, or
glass pots are inappropriate.
• If you use the pressure cooker (“economy
pot”) keep it under close surveillance until
proper pressure is obtained. Hotplate should
first operate on maximum power, then follow
the manufacturer’s instructions and use the
appropriate sensor to decrease the power.
• When buying cookware, check if it bears
the label “allows induction”.
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Cooking zones
Min. pan bottom Ø min.
184x220 mm
Ø 115 mm
(SINGLE)
184x220 mm
(SINGLE) IN
Ø 135 mm
BRIDGED MODE
Hotplate may be damaged if:
• it is turned on and left empty, or an empty dish
is placed on it;
• You use clay dishes which leave scratches on
the ceramic glass surface;
• You fail to wipe the dish bottom dry prior placing it on the ceramic glass hotplate; heat induction is obstructed and the hotplate may be
damaged;
• You fail to use the appropriate dishes that can
be magnetized: steel dishes, enamel or steel
alloy dishes; induction hotplate will not function otherwise.
Max.
pan bottom Ø
Ø 180 mm
Ø 180 mm
380x220
2 ZONES
184x220 mm
mm
(DOUBLE) IN
BRIDGED MODE 4 ZONES Ø 330 Ø 400 mm
mm
Magnet test
POWER REGULATION
MAGNET
Heating power of the hotplates may be set at
nine different levels.
The following chart indicates illustrative use of
each power setting.
Use small magnet to test if the dish bottom is
magnetic. Only dishes where magnet sticks to
the bottom are suitable for induction cooking.
Dish recognition
One of great advantages of the induction hotplate is dish recognition. Even if there are no
dishes upon the hotplate, or the dish diameter
is smaller than the diameter of the relevant hotplate, there are no thermal energy losses. When
the hotplate is on, the power indicator displays
letter “U”. If you place the dish over that hotplate
within the following 10 minutes, the hotplate
recognizes the dish and turns on to the preset
power value.
At the moment you remove the dish from the hotplate, power is suspended. If you place smaller
dish upon the hotplate and it is recognized, the
hotplate will only use the amount of energy required to heat the dish according to its size.
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Power
Purpose
Setting
0
Off, using remaining heat
Maintaining warm food, slow simmer
1-2
of smaller quantities
Slow simmer (continuation of cooking
3
after a powerful start-up)
Slow cooking (continuation) of larger
4-5
quantities, roasting larger chunks
6
Roasting, browning
7-8
Roasting
9
Start of cooking, roasting
A
Automatic initial setting
Especially powerful setting for exP
tremely large quantities of food
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ENERGY SAVING TIPS
• When buying cookware be careful in selecting size: pot diameter usually refers to the top
edge of the dish, which is often larger than the
dish bottom.
Steam-pressure pots (economic pots), which
use pressure in tightly sealed interior, are especially economic, and save both time and
energy. Shorter cooking time leaves more vitamins in food.
• Always leave enough water in steam-pressure
pots, otherwise it may result in overheating
which may damage both the pot and the hotplate.
• Always cover the cookware with lids of appropriate size.
• Use such dish size to accommodate the
quantity of food to be prepared. If you use excessively large pot for small amount of food,
you will consume considerably more energy.
DD931BK
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CERAMIC-GLASS INDUCTION
COOKTOP
1
2
5
1.
2.
3.
4.
4
3
5
6
4. Induction hotplate front right
5. Hob control panel
6. Downdraft control unit
Induction hotplate front left
Induction hotplate middle left
Induction hotplate middle right
Induction hotplate middle
HOB CONTROL ELEMENTS
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G
A.
C.
D.
E.
F
P
H
G
F
0 25
6
H
G
ON/OFF sensor of cooktop
Pause and recall function sensor
Sensor (-) of timer
Sensor (+) of timer
F
F.
G.
H.
H.
min
D
H
G
F
H
Slide control
Warming function sensor
Booster
Chef cook (S-H1)
SLIDE CONTROL POWER
0
0
5
P
Medium power
18
Full power
0 00
min
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C
A
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HOB CONTROL
• After turning the ceramic glass hob on all displays come on for a moment. The hob is ready for operation.
• The hob is fitted with electronic sensors which are switched on if you touch the relevant circle for at
least one second.
• Each sensor activation is followed by a sound signal.
• Avoid placing any objects on sensor surface (possible error signalization
• Always keep the sensor surface clean.
).
ACTIVATING THE HOB
• Touch the (A) sensor for at least one second.
• The hob is activated and above the A button a LED turns on. (S-H1)
• The hob is now active, and all hotplate power indicators indicate »0«. (S-H2)
F
F
F
F
A
NOTE
Now you need to select the next setting within 10 seconds, otherwise the hob switches off
again.
TURNING HOTPLATES ON
• If you have switched on the cooking hob by utilising the sensor (A), the required cooking zone can
be chosen within the next 10 seconds.
• Set the power level 1-9 by touching the slider (F).
• At the first touch, the level is set according to the part of the slider that you touch. Upon the slider,
the control LEDs light up, according to the level set. By sliding along the slider, the power level setting
is changed. By sliding to the right, the level increasing, while sliding to the left decreases the level.
When you move your finger away from the slider, the cooking field starts to operate at the level set.
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F
3
6
F
F
4
F
A
If a specific point of slide control is pressed for at least 3 seconds, the automatic cooking is activated
(see Automatic fast heating).
Changing hotplate power settings
• By touching or sliding along the slide sensor (F) you change power setting.
• When you remove the finger from the slide sensor, the hotplate starts to operate at selected power.
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SWITCHING HOTPLATES OFF
• Selected hotplate must be activated.
• By touching the slide sensor (F) at the start, bring the power setting to “0”. Short beep confirms the
OFF position.
SWITCHING THE HOB OFF
• The hob is switched off by pressing the main (A) sensor.
• The sound signal beeps and all indicators go off, except for those hotplates which are still hot and
display the warning “H” sign as an indication of the remaining heat.
• If you switch the hob off prior end of cooking session, use the remaining heat and save electric energy.
LOCKING THE CONTROL UNIT
By activating the key lock protection you can stop the operation of the appliance and the use of hotplates.
Activating the control unit lock
• The cooktop must be turned on.
Simultaneously press “B and I” and immediately after again the button (B). All displays show the letter
“L”. The block is active.
• The safety lock secures all sensors operated by mistake, except the sensor (A).
• If the hob is turned off when the lock function is activated, this function will remain in memory until the
hob is switched on again.
L
L
L
L
- LB
A I
Unlock the control:
• The hob must be switched on.
• Temporary Unlock: Simultaneously press “B and I”. Now you can use the controls. When switched
on, the hob will be locked again.
• Permanent Unlock: Simultaneously press “B and I” and immediately after the button (I) again. When
switched on again, the block is off.
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Deactivating the control unit lock
• The cooktop must be turned on
• Press the sensor (B) for 1 second; after that, the unlocking is confirmed by a beep.
PAUSE FUNCTION
NOTE
The execution of the function is only possible if at least one zone is on.
The pause condition may also be activated with cooking zone specific errors, here, the error
display is hidden. Also residual heat indication, special messages such as A, P or no pan are
hidden; the pause display has priority. If there is a general error during the pause, the control
switches off and terminates the mode.
Activating the Pause function
• Press the sensor (C) for at least 1 second, the corresponding LED turns on above the key and all
displays show the symbol “II”.
A C
While the Pause function is active:
• Any Timer (also Egg-timer) set before the pause will be stopped during the pause and continue when
pause mode is quitted.
• A selected booster or heat up time automatic function is terminated.
• Residual heat calculation and maximum operation time limitations will not be interrupted and keep
on working in the background.
• Functional LED’s such as Timer, multi-zone, keep on glowing according to their status.
NOTE
The pause mode can only be active for maximum 10 min. If the pause mode is not deactivated
within 10min the control switches off automatically.
Throughout the pause time the (A) button can be used to switch the control off. In this case the
pause mode is also deactivated.
Deactivating the pause mode:
• Press the (C) followed, the LEDs light up above the cursor of one of cooking zones.
• Within 10 seconds press and scroll from the left to the right on the cursor of the illuminated area.
The LED above the pause key turns off and the condition before the pause mode is restored.
RECALL FUNCTION
If the control was accidentally switched off through the main switch (A) all settings can be restored using the recall function. After switching the control off from the main switch the user has 6s to switch
the control on again and then he has another 6s to press the pause button (C) in order to recall the
settings. The recall function can only be used if at least one cooking zone was active (cooking level >0)
independent from key lock.
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REMAINING HEAT INDICATOR
Glass ceramic hob also features remaining heat indicator “H”. Hotplates are not heated directly, but
through return heat radiating from the dish.
As long as the symbol “H” is on after the hotplate was switched off, the remaining heat may be used for
warming up food or for melting.
Even when the symbol “H” disappears, the hotplate may still be hot.
Danger
Be careful not to burn yourself or other users!
EXTRA POWERFUL SETTING
(HOTPLATES MARKED “P”)
Extra powerful setting may be additionally switched on for fast cooking on indicated hotplates. This
extra hotplate power is used for heating large quantities of food.
After switching on, the extra power is activated for 10 minutes then automatically switches back on to
the maximum normal level 9.
During the time extra power is activated, the power of other hotplates is limited. This is indicated on the
power display by intermittently flashing the selected cooking level and limited power for a few seconds.
Activating extra powerful setting
• Press the (H) sensor of the required cooking zone, the extra cooking is active. The display shows “P”.
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P
H
6
H
3
H
H
A
Premature turning extra powerful setting off
• Press and scroll on the cursor of the wanted zone, until you get to “0” if you want to turn off the zone,
or until the wanted cooking level.
HEAT UP TIME AUTOMATIC
When automatic cooking mode is activated the hotplate will operate at maximum power for a limited
period of time and then automatically switch to the reduced power level to resume cooking. It may be
switched on in any of the hotplates for all power settings except for setting “9” where power is set at
maximum all the time.
Automatic cooking mode is activated on any idle hotplate.
• Choose the required continuous cooking level and hold it for 3 seconds.
• The activated heat up time automatic will be displayed through alternating between „A” and the selected continuous cooking level on the display.
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As soon as the parboiling time is over, the preselected continuous cooking level is valid again.
6
4
F
A
F
3
F
F
A
Once the time from the chart below expires, the function is switched off and “A” disappears.
You can also switch the automatic cooking mode off anytime by bringing power setting to “0”.
Power setting
Max. power
cooking time
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
48’’
1’44’’
2’28’’
3’12’’
4’08’’
1’20’’
1’68’’
2’16’’
BRIDGE FUNCTION
With the bridge function two separate cooking elements /inductors with the same diameter and equal
power can be turned on at the same time and controlled with only one operation.
Activating Bridge Function
Whether the two zones are working at a different level, whether they are at level 0:
• Simultaneously press anywhere on the slider (F) of the zones:
- 1 e 2, 3 e 5.
• Now the two areas work together, the LEDs to the right of the corresponding displays turn on. The
level is shown on the display of the control zone, in the meanwhile the controlled zone’s display turns
off.
• When this function is active, you can set the timer, the LED lights on near both displays of the zones,
moreover it’s not possible setting a particularly powerful cooking function.
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P
6
F
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• If in 10 uninterrupted minutes no cookware is detected on one of the two elements, the bridge function is automatically deactivated, the uncovered cooking element is switched off and the covered
cooking element remains as the single cooking element switched on with the set cooking level.
Deactivating Bridge Function
• The end of the Bridge Function can be done by repeating the simultaneous selection of both cooking
elements (the same as activation).
If the bridge function is deactivated while in operation, than both cooking elements go to level “0” and
can then be set again.
WARMING FUNCTION
The warming function is used to keep cooked food warm.
Hence this function can also be used as melting or simmer function.
Activating heating function:
• Pressing the special function key (G) of a cooking zone activates the “melting” function. The first LED
is activated.
4
G
G
6
G
3
G
A
• If the special function key is pressed a second time “warming” level two is activated. The second LED
is activated.
4
G
G
6
G
3
G
A
• If the special function key is pressed a third time “simmering” level three is activated. The third LED
is activated.
4
G
G
6
G
3
G
If the special function key is pressed a fourth time the warming function ends.
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CHEF COOK FUNCTION
Through a Quick Start button, it makes it possible to activate the four cooking zones with pre-set
power levels.
•
•
•
•
Heating (kept warm)
Low temperature (Delicate cooking)
Medium temperature (slow cooking)
High temperature (Boiling or fast cooking)
The chef cook function is useful for professional cooking.
Activation of the Chef Cook function:
• Press the sensor (I) after turning on the hob. All displays will show the configuration as in the image
below.
3
6
9
A I
Disabling of the Chef Cook function:
• Press sensor (I). All displays will turn off except the LED above the sensor (A) to indicate that the
hob is still on.
SAFETY SWITCH OFF
Maximum continuous operation of a particular hotplate is limited, and the duration is displayed in the
above chart. When the hotplate is switched off by the safety mechanism, the indicator displays symbols
“0”, or “H” in case there is any remaining heat left.
In such cases switch the hotplate off by touching the slide sensor (F) at the start, bring the power setting to “0”.
Power setting
Hours lapse prior
safety switch off
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
6
6
5
5
4
1,5
1,5
1,5
1,5
Example: Set the hotplate to power level 5 and leave it operate for some time. If you do not change the
above setting, the safety mechanism will switch the hotplate off after 4 hour.
PROTECTION FROM OVERHEATING
Induction hotplate is also fitted with safety device against overheating which protects electronic parts
from damages. This device operates on several levels. When temperature of the hotplate excessively
rises, it switches on two-stage fan. If this is not enough, extra powerful heating is deactivated, and finally
the safety device either reduces the heating power of certain hotplates or turns them off completely.
When the hotplate cools off, the full power of hotplate is again available.
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TIMER
Use of timer facilitates cooking by setting the time of hotplate operation.
Turning timer on
• The cooktop must be turned on and the zone where you want to set the timer must be working.
• Simultaneously press sensor (D) and (E), the timer’s display shows “0.00”, and the LED to the right of
the display, of the first active cooking zone from the left, lights on.
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3
6
0.00
D
E
A
• Simultaneously press (D + E) as many times as necessary, to select the zone where you want to set
the timer. The LED lights on only for the active cooking zones.
• Within 10 seconds since pressing the (D + E) set the timer value by pressing the sensors (D) or (E).
• The value of the timer can be displayed:
- in minutes and seconds up to 9min 59sec;
6
3
6
4.20
D
E
A
-
in hours and minutes up to 9h 59min, in this case the word “min” is shown under the timer’s
display.
6
3
6
4.20
min
D
E
A
NOTE
Operation time can be set for each hotplate separately.
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Changing preset cooking time
• Cooking time can be changed anytime during the operation.
• Simultaneously press sensor (E) and (D).
• Simultaneously press (D + E) as many times as necessary, to select the zone of which you want to
adjust the timer. The zone is identified by the lighting on of the LED to the right of the display.
• Press the sensors (D) or (E).
• If time is not modified in 10 seconds since pressing the sensor (D+E), the timer is keeping the countdown before the adjusting operation.
Checking remaining cooking time
• Last set timer is always displayed, (the LED to the right of the display of the cooking zone in question
has a lighting stronger than the others).
• Simultaneously press sensor (E) and (D).
• Simultaneously press (D + E) as many times as necessary, to select the zone of which you want to see
the remaining time. The zone is identified by the lighting on of of the LED to the right of the display.
• The timer’s display will display the remaining time of the selected cooking zone.
Turning timer off
When preset time elapses, a beep signals the end, and the hotplate is switched off.
Switch off the alarm by pressing the sensor (D) or (E) or it switches off automatically after 2 minutes.
If you want to switch off the timer prior the end of preset time:
• Simultaneously press sensor (E) and (D).
• Simultaneously press (D + E) as many times as necessary, to select the zone of which you want to
disable the timer. The zone is identified by the lighting on of the LED to the right of the display.
• Press (D) to the value “0”.
• The illuminated point to the left part of the display is turned off and the timer is deactivated.
ALARM TIMER FUNCTION
Timer can be used as alarm also if it is already employed in timer control of one of the hotplates.
Timer setting
With the hob off:
• Touch the sensor (A) to activate the cooking hob.
• Simultaneously press sensor (E) and (D) to activate the alarm.
The timer’s display shows “0.00” and:
- If some cooking zone is active: the LED to the right of the display, of the first active cooking zone
from the left, lights on.
6
3
6
0.00
D
E
A
Simultaneously press (D + E) as many times as necessary to select the alarm. The respective LED is
located between the keys (E) and (D).
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3
6
0.00
D
E
A
-
If no cooking zone is active: the alerter’s LED lights on.
• The timer value is set by pressing sensors (D) o (E).
It’s possible setting time in seconds and minutes also for the alerter:
6
3
6
2.30
D
E
A
or in hours and minutes.
6
3
6
2.30
min
D
E
A
Switching the alarm off
When the preset time expires a beep is heard which you can either turn off by touching the (D) or (E)
sensors, or leave it to turn off automatically after 2 minutes.
If you want to switch the timer off prior expiry of preset time:
• Simultaneously press sensor (E) and (D).
• Simultaneously press (D + E) as many times as necessary to select the alerter, the respective LED
lights on.
• Press (D) until the value »0«. The alerter is deactivated.
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SAFETY FUNCTIONS
AND ERROR SIGNALS
ERROR CODE
E03 + continuous
tone, or
E21
E22 or Er22
E20 or Er20
E36 or Er36
E31 or Er31
E47 or Er47
E2
EA
U400
E5
ERROR DESCRIPTION
Permanent use of keys; Control
unit cuts off after 10 sec. Water
or cooking utensils on the glass
above the control unit.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Cleaning of the operational surface. If the problem persists,
Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
the error code.
Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
the error code.
Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
the error code.
Control unit cuts off after controlling due to overheating to avoid
damage to electronics.
Defective Key evaluation. Control unit cuts. Short-circuit or discontinuation in the range of the
key evaluation.
Flash-failure
Microcontroller Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
faulty.
the error code.
Control unit cuts off. Short-cir- Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
cuit
the error code.
Configuration data incorrect. Contact authorized center for
Configuration of induction nec- technical assistance - specifying
the error code.
essary.
Communication error between Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
TC and induction.
the error code.
Overheating of the induction Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
coils.
the error code.
Error on the power board. Com- Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
ponent failure.
the error code.
Secondary voltage of the power 1) Contact authorized center for
unit to high (primary > 300V). technical assistance - specifying
Control unit cuts off after 1 sec the error code.
releasing a permanent tone.
Control unit is wrongly connect- 2) Contact an electrician check
ed.
your home network..
Error on filter board.
Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
the error code.
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ERROR CODE
E6
E8
E9
ERROR DESCRIPTION
Error on power unit.
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
the error code.
Incorrect fan speed; error on fan Air exhaust blocked, for example
left or right.
by paper.
Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
the error code.
Coil temperature sensor defec- Contact authorized center for
technical assistance - specifying
tive.
the error code.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
OF CERAMIC-GLASS HOB
A
B
C
D
Ceramic glass hob should be cleaned only when completely cooled
down, preferably after each use, otherwise even the slightest stains
remaining after cooking may burn into the hob surface with each following use.
For regular maintenance of ceramic-glass hob use special cleansing
agents, produced in such way to create protective film upon the surface.
Before each use, wipe the dust and other particles from the hob, they
may scratch the surface (Fig. A).
Caution: use of steel wool, abrasive cleaning sponges, and abrasive
detergents can scratch the surface of the hob. The surface may also
be damaged by the use of aggressive sprays and inappropriate liquid
chemicals (Fig. A and B).
Pattern marks can be erased by the use of aggressive cleansing
agents or rough and damaged cookware bottoms (Fig. B).
Minor stains are removed with moist soft cloth; after that the surface
should be wiped dry (Fig. C).
Water stains are removed with gentle vinegar solution, but you must
not wipe the frame with it (certain models only), since it may lose its
glow. Never use any aggressive sprays or limestone removers (Fig. C).
Major stains are removed with special ceramic-glass cleansers.
Follow strictly the manufacturer’s instructions.
Be careful to remove any remains of cleansing agent from the hob
surface, otherwise they will be heated during the next use and can
damage the hob (Fig. C).
Stubborn and burnt stains are removed with special ceramic-glass
scraper. Be careful, however, not to touch the hotplate surface with
the scraper handle (Fig. D).
Handle the scraper with utmost care to avoid injuries!
Sugar and sugar containing food may permanently damage the ceramic-glass hob surface (Fig. E), so the remains of sugar and sugar
containing food must be scraped off from the hob surface immediately, when the hotplates are still hot (Fig. D).
Discoloring of ceramic-glass hob has no effect whatsoever on its operation and stability. In most cases, it appears as the consequence of
burnt in food remains, or as a result of dragging pots and pans (especially aluminium or copper bottom cookware) across the surface, and
such discoloring is rather hard to remove.
Note: All described faults are mostly esthetical and do not affect directly the operation of the appliance. Remedy of such faults is not
covered by warranty.
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DOWNDRAFT
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Filtering mode (Recirclation)
In case fumes and vapour cannot be evacuated
outside, the appliance can be used in the filtering
mode.
USE
The product has been designed to extract fumes,
grease and cooking steam. It has been designed
to work in both suctioning mode, with outside
evacuation, and filtering mode.
Outside - ducted version
The product can be installed with an external discharge outlet. In this case, install the extraction
ducting to the outside of the building (extraction
ducting not supplied).
Non-return valve blockage
WARNING
Before connecting the air exhaust hose,
make sure that the non-return valves can
rotate freely.
Activated charcoal filters are required for this
type of cooker hood.
Air recycled through the charcoal filters is recirculated into the kitchen, thanks to a duct conveying the air on one side of the cabinet (Fig. 17).
CAUTION
Installation must comply with the regulations in force regarding the ventilation of
enclosed environments. In particular, discharged air must not be conveyed into a
duct used for fumes discharge or discharge
from appliances using gas
or other combustible materials. The use of
discontinued ducts is not allowed without
the approval of a qualified technician.
GREASE
FILTER
REMOVAL,
MOUNTING THE ACTIVATED CHARCOAL FILTER
The removal and fitting of the grease and carbon
filters need to be carried out with the downdraft
in the open position. To do this, select; . then
remove the front panel by simultaneously pulling on both sides of the upper part. The panel
will rotate forwards to make it possible to access
the grease filters (Fig. 15). Remove the grease
filters to access the carbon filters (Fig. 16). The
replacement of the charcoal filters has to be carried out accordingly to the effective use of the
Downdraft, and in any case at least once every
6 months.
In case of outside air discharge installation, fit a
non-return valve to prevent wind and back air
from entering.
WARNING
After having replaced the filters, reinstall
the front stainless steel panel, otherwise the
Downdraft is not enabled to function.
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ELECTRICAL
CONNECTION OF
THE DOWNDRAFT
WARNING
Place the metal box containing the electronic components at a distance of no less
than 65 cm from gas-operated cook tops or
in any case, 65 cm from the suctioning surface of the cooker hood.
NOTE
We recommend installing the metal box
containing the electronic components at
least 10 cm above floor level and at a suitable distance from all heat sources (e.g. oven
sides or cook top).
WARNING
Connecting the product to the mains electricity must be carried out by technically
qualified and specialised personnel.
The product must be connected to an electrical system correctly designed and installed.
The electrical system must comply with
VDE0100 standard.
CAUTION
This appliance is fitted with an H05 VVF 3
conductor, 0.75 mm2 (neutral, phase, and
ground) power cord.
This can be connected up to a 220 - 240 V
mono-phase electrical network through a
CEI 60083 approved power socket, which
must remain accessible after installation, in
compliance with installation regulations.
We decline any responsibility in case of accidents caused by a lack of ground connection or incorrect ground connection. The
appliance must be fed through a differential protection device (RCD), with a nominal
residual current not exceeding 30mA. If the
power cord is damaged, call the after-sales
service to avoid any risk.
Once the installation is completed it is necessary
to give electricity supply to the Downdraft pressing the red button placed above the metallic box
with the wiring boards inside.
DANGER
If the product shows signs of a fault, disconnect the appliance or remove the fuse
corresponding to the disconnection line of
the appliance.
If the product is not provided with a plug or if the
plug is not easily accessible, it will be necessary
to install a thermomagnetic circuit breaker switch
on the electricity line between the product and
the electrical system to which it is connected
to that has a contact aperture of the poles of at
least 3mm.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
FUNCTIONS OF
THE DOWNDRAFT
NOTE
This appliance complies with the European
Directives 2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Directive) and 2004/108/EC (Electromagnetic
Compatibility).
While installing the appliance and carrying maintenance operation, make sure it is disconnected
from the electrical network or the fuses are cut
out or removed.
Check that:
• Power is enough.
• Feeder lines (mains) are in good conditions.
• The cables diameter complies with installation regulations.
A:
Light ON/OFF key
The light switches on and off only when the
carriage is fully OPEN.
Pressing this button with the carriage closed
will cause the carriage to open and then the
light will switch on .
The button also serves to switch off the light
if it is on.
B:
ON/OFF key
This starts the extraction carriage upward
movement and when it is fully open, it sets the
second extraction speed.
With the carriage open: it switches off the motor and if on, the light; then it retracts the extraction carriage.
C:
(-) Key
This reduces the speed of the extractor motor
from the 4th speed until the motor switches
off, without closing the pull-out carriage.
Indicators
D:
This signals the speed setting, by only the
relevant LED switching on.
• This signals that all filters have been saturated by all LEDs switching on.
•
E:
(+) Key
This increases the speed of the extractor motor, from 1st to 4th speed, without moving the
extractor panel.
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F:
Security system:
If there is an obstacle while the extractable
unit is closing, the Downdraft stops closing
and rises again thanks to a security system.
Timer
10 min after setting, it serves to stop the extractor motor, close the carriage and switch
the lights off, if they are on.
WARNING
This operation has to be carried out by a
specialized technician.
The set function is signalled by the flashing
LEDs “D” for the set speed.
The timer can be cancelled by pressing the
key again.
Other functions:
Automatic turn off:
After 4 hours of continuous working from the
last setup, the appliance turns off and closes
automatically.
Grease filters saturation:
After 30 hours of working, the speed indicators “D” will all flash simultaneously, signaling
the grease filters saturation.
To reset this alarm, hold down the “TIMER”
button for at least 3 seconds, while the carriage is open.
Calibration:
The cooker-hood carries out its self-calibration every 3 complete cycles of its extractable
unit.
By pushing the “TIMER” key 6 times consecutively (MAX break between one push and the
other is 3 sec.) all the leds will flash and the
calibration will be reset.
After the next 3 cycles the downdraft will carry
out its self-calibration.
Stand-by:
When the extractable unit is closed and the
light is switched off, the control panel, after
6 seconds, activates the Stand-by function,
reducing the brightness of the leds.
This function can be stopped by pressing ON/
OFF or LIGHT key.
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CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE OF
THE DOWNDRAFT
Careful maintenance ensures proper operation and good performances over time.
CAUTION
The hood must be disconnected from the electrical network, both by unplugging the appliance
from the socket and activating the magnetic circuit breaker (safety cut-out), before removing
the metal grease filters. After cleaning operations, replace the metal grease filters as outlined
in the installation instructions.
MAINTENANCE
HOW TO PROCEED?
Do not use metallic scrubbers, abrasive products, or hard brushes.
External surfaces and
accessories
Active charcoal filter
with extractable
unit open
After 30 hours of operation, the
downdraft will signal the grease filter
saturation.
The saturation is signaled by the
blinking of the 4 central leds.
To reset, hold down the timer button
for at least 3 seconds, while the
carriage is open.
Active charcoal filter
In the recirculation mode, the active
charcoal filter must be replaced periodically.
To remove the charcoal filter first of all
it is necessary to remove the grease
filter and then pull the plastic key of
the panel itself, in order to disengage
it from its seating.
Follow these steps in reverse order to
insert the active charcoal filter.
Replace the used charcoal filter on
an average of every six months.
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ACCESSORY PRODUCTS
TO USE
To clean the external surfaces of the
cooker hood and the light housing
screen use only commercially available household detergents diluted
in water. Then rinse with clean water
and dry with a soft cloth.
The grease filters can be washed by
hand or in the dishwasher. These filters need to be cleaned on a regular
basis, because otherwise they may
represent a fire risk.
Refit the grease filters and front
panel, making sure that the panis
properly fitted at the sides so that it
it does not cause the downdraft to
stop operating.
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OPERATIONAL
ANOMALIES
PROBLEM
SOLUTION
Check that:
• There is not a power outage.
• A specific speed has actually been selected.
The product does not
• The 9 pole connection is inserted properly.
work...
• The red reset key, found over the electrical system box, is pushed.
• Make sure that the wires of the 9 pole connection are inserted properly in the connector itself (during the connection phase, an excessive
pressure could bend the contacts).
Check that:
• The motor speed selected is sufficient for the quantity of fumes and
The product is not
vapours present in the room.
functioning at the
• The kitchen is ventilated well enough to allow air for intake.
maximum...
• The charcoal filter is not worn out.(filtering version cooker hood).
• The air outlet channel is free and compliant.
• The non-return valves of the suctioning unit are free to rotate.
Check that:
The product stops
• There is not a power outage.
whilst functioning
• The omnipolar device has not tripped.
AFTER SALES
SERVICE
Any maintenance operation on your appliance should be carried out by
• An authorised Caple service agent, please contact 0117 938 7420 or [email protected]
NOTE
When calling, please mention the appliance details (Type and equipment and production date).
This information is mentioned on the rating label and the production date one placed on the
lower side of the downdraft.
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Bristol
BS11 8DW
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