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Appliance 365 Limited UGH602SS Installation manual
Gas Hobs
User and
Installation Manual
Model: UGH602SS
Your 1 Year Guarantee
Your appliance carries a 1 year parts and labour warranty. To fulfill the conditions of your guarantee, the appliance
must be correctly installed, operated in accordance with the instructions and only be used for normal domestic
purposes.
Please note that the guarantee and service availability only apply to the United Kingdom mainland.
Customer Service
In case of difficulty please call the Customer Service Helpline number.
0844 800 7848
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• Please keep your receipt or invoice in a safe place as they will be required as proof of date of purchase.
Appliance 365 Limited, 730 Mandarin Court, Centre Park, Warrington, WA1 1GG
These instructions have been drawn up for your safety
and that of others. We therefore request you read them
carefully before installing and using this appliance. Keep
this instruction manual in a convenient place near the appliance for future reference. If the
appliance is sold or moved, make sure that the manual is handed over to the new user.
Installation
Installation of this appliance and its connection to the electric and gas supply must only be
carried out by QUALIFIED PERSONNEL. In the case of gas connection this hob must be
installed by a Gas Safe Registered Installer. Before undertaking any maintenance or repair
procedure, it is important to check that the appliance is DISCONNECTED from the electrical
supply.
DO NOT attempt to modify or change the characteristics of this product.
1. After removing the appliance from the packaging, make sure that it is not damaged and
that the electrical lead is in perfect condition. Report any damage or losses to your dealer
before installing or putting the appliance into operation.
2. Check the Data Plate against the domestic supply to ensure that the appliance is correctly
calibrated for the type of gas and electricity supply in the property.
3. If this appliance is not equipped with Flame Supervisory Devices on each gas burner, then
from 1st January 2008 it is illegal to install the appliance in a property classified as a
‘Multi-Dwelling’; typically flats and apartments.
4. The Manufacturer declines all responsibility for failure to comply with Health and Safety
accident prevention regulations.
5. Gas cooking appliances produce heat and moisture in the room in which they are installed.
Make sure there is sufficient ventilation in the room where this appliance is to be installed.
An opening window or external door is required, and where ventilation grilles are installed,
these should be free from obstruction and in good working order. Alternatively ventilation
can be via means of an extractor hood with discharge pipe to the outside. Poor ventilation
produces a shortage of oxygen.
6. If the appliance is used intensively for a long period of time the effectiveness of the
ventilation may have to be increased, for example by opening a window or external door
or by increasing the power selection of any electric extractor fan.
During use
This product is designed for domestic use only, for the cooking of food, and not for
professional catering purposes. It should not be used for any other purpose.
After using the appliance, make sure that all controls are “OFF” or in the “CLOSED”
position.
If you use an electrical socket close to this appliance, take care that the cable to the
appliance you are using cannot make contact with the hot parts of this appliance.
Do not use unstable pans and always ensure the pan handle is positioned away from the
edge of the hob.
Do not cover the hob or place combustible materials on or near the surface when the hob
is in use
Do not fill deep fat frying pans more than one third full of oil and NEVER leave them
unattended.
In the event of a fire:
1. Don’t take any risks.
2. Turn off the heat only if it is safe to do so.
3. Never throw water over it.
4. Don’t tackle the fire yourself.
5. GET OUT, STAY OUT and CALL 999.
General safety
This appliance must only be used by adults. Make sure that children are kept away from
hot cooking areas when the appliance is in use. Children must not be left un-supervised or
allowed to touch or play with the appliance controls.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory and 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 their safety.
The exposed parts of this appliance heat up during cooking and remain hot for some time,
even after it is switched off. Keep children well away at all times.
Please remove all packaging prior to use and dispose of or recycle accordingly.
Packaging materials (e.g.; polystyrene and plastic items) must be kept out of reach of
babies and young children at all times due to risk of suffocation.
Environmental protection advice
All the materials used in the construction of this appliance are environmentally friendly
and recyclable. Please make your contribution to conserving the environment by using the
local waste collection channels available in your area.
Disposal of your old appliance
Before discarding of your old appliance:
• Switch off and disconnect it from the power supply
• Cut off the plug
• Cut off the cable directly behind the appliance to prevent mis-use.
These steps should be carried out by a suitably qualified and competent person.
This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product.
The symbol on the product indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste.
Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste
disposal.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please
contact your local council, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for any damage caused due to non-compliance
with these important safeguards.
Understanding your hob
Front left burner
Rear left burner
Rear right burner
Front right burner
3000w
1850w
1850w
1000W
Instructions for use
The symbols on the hob control knobs are as follows:
●
No gas flow or OFF
Maximum gas flow
Minimum gas flow
All operating positions must be set between the maximum and minimum flow settings, and
never between the maximum setting and the closed position.
Igniting the burners
To obtain a flame more easily, light the burner before placing a cooking utensil on the pan
stand
To light a burner, depress the control knob fully and turn it anticlockwise to the “maximum
flow” setting. Press the ignite button once.
Once the burner is lit, allow the control knob to spring back into the upright position before
adjusting the flow.
In the event of a power cut, the burners can be ignited by a lit match or taper; proceed as
described above.
If the flame does not light after a few attempts, check that the “burner cap” and “flame ring”
are correctly positioned.
To extinguish the flame and turn off the burner, turn the control knob clockwise to the
● s
 ymbol.
Before removing pans from the burners, always lower or turn off the flame.
Do not leave any empty pots or pans on a lit burner.
Optimum use of the hob
For lower gas consumption and better efficiency, use only flat-bottomed pans of dimensions
suitable for the burners, as shown in the table below. Always ensure that the pans are centred on
the pan supports to ensure they remain stable thus avoiding the risk of spillages. Please note, as
soon as a liquid comes to the boil take care to turn the flame down to a level that will just keep it
boiling or simmering.
Burner
Minimum Diameter
Large (rapid)
200mm
Medium (semi-rapid)
160mm
Small (auxiliary)
100mm
Maximum Diameter
220mm
180mm
140mm
Caution: Hot fat is highly flammable so pay extra attention when preparing food
with grease or oil. Frying should only be carried out under constant supervision.
Cleaning and maintenance
Before undertaking any cleaning operation, disconnect the appliance from the electrical
supply and allow it to cool down.
Keep the appliance thoroughly cleaned. Accumulations of food residues may cause fire
risks.
Clean the hob regularly with a soft damp cloth and lukewarm water with a little liquid
detergent.
Do not use the following products:
- household detergents or bleaches.
- soaped scouring pads.
- steel wool scouring pads.
- stain removers for baths or sinks.
- paint remover, acids or similar solvents.
Do not use Steam Cleaners to clean this appliance.
Do not leave components immersed in water for long periods.
Do not use scourers or abrasive materials that may scratch.
Wash enamelled parts with lukewarm water and detergent: Do not use abrasive products
which may cause damage.
Wash the burner caps and burner rings frequently with hot water and detergent, taking
care to remove all deposits. Thoroughly rinse and dry each component and ensure the
burner holes are clear.
The hob pan stands can also be washed in a dishwasher.
Routine maintenance
Check the condition of the flexible gas pipe for cracking, and the L.P.G. pressure regulator (if
installed) periodically. If anomalies are found, do not attempt repairs but have the faulty part
replaced by a Qualified Engineer.
Should the appliance gas taps become stiff or difficult to turn, contact our service
department. Under no circumstances should repairs be attempted by Non Qualified
Personnel.
Service and parts
Before leaving the factory, this appliance was tested and adjusted by specialist skilled staff to
give the best operating results. In the event of component failure or malfunction, do not attempt
to repair the appliance yourself. Repairs by unskilled persons may cause damage and accidents.
First refer to the Troubleshooting guide at the back of this manual. If you do not find the
necessary information, contact your nearest Service Centre, specifying the nature of the problem,
the model number of the appliance and the serial number. This information is provided on the
data label which is located on the underside of the hob. Always make a note of the model and
serial number before the appliance is installed as this will be required in the event of any
servicing requirement.
Model Number:
Serial Number:
Any service work on this appliance should only be carried out by an Authorised Technical Service
Centre, who will always use original spare parts.
Instructions for installation
CAUTION: This appliance must only be installed and used in rooms with a means of
permanent ventilation, compliant to current Gas Regulations.
Installation of the appliance and its connection to the gas and electrical supply must only
be carried out by QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Before any maintenance or repairs are carried out, it is important to check that the
appliance is DISCONNECTED from the electrical supply. The Manufacturer declines all
responsibility for any damage arising from installation in breach of the regulations in
force or from failure to comply with Health & Safety Regulations.
Requirements for installation
For the proper operation of a gas appliance, the air necessary for the combustion of the gas must
be able to flow into the room naturally. The air must flow into the room directly through openings
in the outside walls. These openings must have an unobstructed cross-section not less than
2m3/h for each kw of power (see total power in kw on the appliance data plate).
This opening must be constructed so that it will not be obstructed from the inside or out, or
located close to the floor. The opening is recommended to be on the side opposite to that on
which the flue gases are discharged. If it is not feasible to provide these openings in the room
where the appliance is installed, the necessary air may be taken from an adjacent room,
provided that:
• this room is not a bedroom or a hazardous environment;
• this room has ventilation;
• the ventilation between the room where the appliance is installed and the adjacent room
has opening window/s and/or an external door.
L.P.G models must not be installed in a room or internal space below ground level, e.g. in a
basement
Discharge of flue gases
All gas cooking appliances give off cooking vapours and combustion gases; it is therefore
advisable to have an extractor hood fitted above the cooker to discharge cooking vapours and
flue gases externally. Where this is not possible, an opened door and or window, or electrically
operated wall or window extractor is recommended throughout the cooking process.
Connection to the gas supply
The gas connection must be made in accordance with Gas Regulations. When installing, fit an
isolation tap upstream of the hob. The appliance leaves the factory tested and set for the type of
gas indicated on the data plate on the underside of the appliance. Make sure that the type of gas
to be supplied to the appliance is the same as that shown on the plate. Otherwise, follow the
instructions provided in the “Adapting to different types of gas” section.
For maximum efficiency and minimum consumption, make sure that the gas supply pressure
complies with the values shown. If the gas used is different from that specified (or variable) a
suitable pressure regulator must be installed on the supply pipeline.
The male gas inlet union (C) must be fitted
on the end of the gas rail, with gas seal (B)
between the union and nut (where
applicable) (A) that is attached to the
appliance as shown in the illustration.
Screw the parts together without forcing
them. Fit the union so that it points in the
required direction then tighten all the parts.
When making the connection, take care
not to apply stresses of any kind to the
appliance.
Connection
Make the connection to the gas system using a rigid metal pipe, or with a stainless steel flexible
hose / catering hose complying with Gas Safe Regulations. If flexible hoses are used, take care
that they do not come into contact with the heated surfaces of the underside of the hob or the
casing of an oven built-in below.
When the installation is complete, always check all the unions are absolutely gas tight
using a manometer or Approved Leak Detection Fluid – Do Not use a soapy water
solution and NEVER use a naked flame to check for leaks.
Electrical connection
The appliance is manufactured to operate with a power supply voltage of 230V to 240V
single-phase. The connection must be made in accordance with I.E.E. Regulations and Laws in
force.
Before making the connection, make sure that:
1) The safety circuit-breaker and the electrical system are able to withstand the load of the
appliance (see data plate).
2) The power supply system has an Earth connection in good working order in accordance with
the Regulations in force;
3) The socket or omni polar isolation switch used is easily accessible with the appliance
installed.
The wires in the mains cable are
coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Green & Yellow = Earth,
Blue = Neutral,
Brown = Live
If you wish to make a direct connection to the mains, an omni polar switch with a separation gap
between the contacts of at least 3 mm, with suitable R.C.D. / R.C.C.B., current rating for the load
and complying with the regulations in force, must be installed between the appliance and the
mains. The switch must not break a contact in the yellow/green Earth wire.
The Brown live wire (connected to the “L” terminal of the terminal board) must always be
connected to the live wire of the power supply.
The Blue neutral wire (connected to the “N” terminal of the terminal board) must always be
connected to the neutral wire of the power supply.
In all cases, the power supply lead must be positioned so that it does not reach a temperature
50oC above the room temperature at any point.
Replacing the power supply lead
If the lead has to be replaced, only HO5RR-F or HO5RN-F type cables suitable for the load and
the operating temperature must be used. In addition, the yellow/green earth wire must be about 2
cm longer than the live and neutral wires.
Adapting to the different types of gas
MAX
OUTPUT
MIN
OUTPUT
G20
20mbar
G30
28-30mbar
Kw
Kw
Jet Size
mm
Jet
Size
mm
Small
Auxiliary
1.00
0.60
Medium
Semi-Rapid
1.85
0.90
Large Rapid
3.0
1.2
BURNER TYPE
Gas intake connection
Electricity supply
G.1/2″
220-240v~50/60Hz
0.72
0.97
1.15
0.49
0.67
0.87
Changing the gas injectors
1) Remove the pan stands.
2) Remove the burner and flame caps from the burners.
3) Use a socket wrench (B) to unscrew and remove the injectors (A), replacing them with those
corresponding to the type of gas to be used (see table above).
4) Reassemble the parts, reversing the operations described above.
5) Once this operation is complete, replace the data plate located on the underside of the hob
with one relevant to the type of gas in use. If the L.P.G. pressure of gas used is different from
that specified (or variable), a suitable piped gas pressure regulator complying with the
standard must be installed on the supply pipeline.
Setting the minimum flame or simmer settings
1)
2)
3)
4)
Light the burner as previously described.
Turn the tap to the minimum flame position.
Remove the control knobs (M).
Use a long thin straight screwdriver (D) to turn the by-pass screw (C) located down the centre
of the tap spindle (as shown). For LPG, turn the by-pass screw fully clockwise. The result
should be a small, homogeneous flame which is uniform around the entire burner ring.
5) Finally, check that the burner does not go out when the tap is turned quickly from the
maximum to the minimum position.
Building into fitted kitchen units
This hob is designed for installation into fitted kitchen units up to 600mm deep on the assumption
that the clearances indicated below are observed. The worktop height should be between 40 and
50mm.
A. The height clearance to the underside of a chimney hood not less than 750mm (a).
B. Any combustible surface taller than the height of the hob itself must be at least 150mm
away from the opening into which the hob is inserted (b).
C. The clearance from the wall, minimum gap of 65mm (C).
Installation options
Option1:
When fitting a gas hob above a drawer or standard housing unit, suitable precautions must be
taken to prevent contact with the casing of the hob, which becomes very hot during operation.
The recommended method for overcoming this problem is to fix a wooden panel within the
cabinet at a distance of 15mm below the underside of the hob (see fig 1). This panel must have
adequate ventilation to the rear.
Ventilation slot
Fig 1
The panel underneath the hob must be easily removable to allow for any servicing requirements.
Option 2:
If installing this appliance above an oven it is necessary to remove the front cross rail of the oven
housing unit to provide adequate ventilation within the cabinetry.
Installation dimensions
B
A
A = W557mm
B = D477mm
Inserting and fixing the hob
Before inserting the hob into the work surface, place the adhesive seal (a) around the underside
edge of the hob. It is important to fix this gasket evenly, without gaps or overlapping to prevent
liquids from seeping underneath the hob.
1) Remove the pan stands and the burner caps then turn the hob upside down,
taking care not to damage the ignition plugs and the thermocouples.
2) Place the gasket around the bottom edge of the hob as shown in the illustration
overleaf (left).
3) Place the hob in the installation opening and push it down so that the hob is
resting firmly on the cabinet.
4) Secure the hob in position using the fixing brackets supplied.
Worktop
Fixing bracket
Screw
Secure the hob to the underside of the worktop using the fixings provided.
Screw one end of the bracket into the pre-drilled holes in the underside of the hob.
The other end of the bracket should be located underneath the worktop to secure the hob in
position.
Trouble Shooting
Symptom
Solution
There burner fails to ignite
•
Check that the unit is wired in and the power
supply is switched on
•
•
Check the main fuse has not blown
Check there is not a problem with your gas
supply
•
•
Check the plate is clean and dry
Check the burner cap and crown have been
replaced correctly e.g. after cleaning
•
Check the main jet is not blocked and the burner
crown is clear of food particles
•
Check that the burner is dry and that food spillage
or cleaning fluids are not present on the burner.
This can be dried with a cloth and stubborn marks
cleaned away with a dry nylon brush (old
toothbrush etc)
The burner sounds noisy
•
It is natural for the burner to emit noise as the gas
is being drawn through the burner and may reduce
as they heat up
The burner is emitting a popping sound
•
This is a natural occurrence when the burner is
alight and does not affect the performance of the
burner
The gas ring burns unevenly
Note: Consistent with our continuing product
development policy, improvements may have
been made which render the contents of
this package slightly different to that shown.
Model No. UGH602SS
October 2009
Appliance 365 Ltd.
Cranage House
730 Mandarin Court
Centre Park
Warrington
United Kingdom
WA1 1GG
www.appliance365.co.uk
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