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Induction Hob
DTi1031
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Thank you for buying a DE DIETRICH hob.
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new De Dietrich hob.
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to listen to all your suggestions (see back cover of manual).
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DE DIETRICH.
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We are constantly improving our products; for this reason we reserve the right to make all modifications to
their technical, functional or aesthetic characteristics, originating from technical developments.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use by a person responsible for their safety. Children should
be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance
WARNING
This product is not for use in the USA.
Before installing and using this appliance please read the installation guide section of this booklet
fully. This guide will help you to quickly familiarise you with all the features of the appliance.
Contents
1/
Description of your appliance
2/
Overview / working principle
3/
Quick start guide
4/
Product / Safety features explained
7/
Cleaning and maintaining your appliance
8/
Installation guide
11/
Help Guide
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Description
EN
DTi1041
Total dimensions (L x l)
DTI1031X : 38cm x 52cm
Cut­out Recess (L’ x l’)
DTI1031X : 34cm X 49cm
Power :
DTI1031X : 4600W
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Working Principle
EN
A
Induction coils
B
Glass insulating hob top
C
Ferrous pan base
The induction principle
The principle of induction is based on a magnetic effect. When you place your cookware on a cooking zone
and you turn it on, the electronic circuits in your cooking hob produce “induced” currents in the bottom of
the cookware which instantly raise its temperature. This heat is then transmitted to the food.
In order for an induction hob to operate the cookware must have a ferrous base (containing Iron). A simple
rule is if a magnet sticks to the base of your pan then it should be suitable for use on induction hobs.
When you buy your cookware, make sure that one
of these logos are on the package; it assures you
that it is compatible with induction cooking.
Cookware
To verify that your cookware is suitable, place it on a heating area on power 4. - If the display remains on,
your cookware is compatible.
- If the display flashes, your cookware cannot be used with induction cooking.
You can also use a magnet to test the cookware. If a magnet “sticks” to the bottom of the cookware, it is
compatible with induction. Glass, terra cotta, aluminium without a special finish on the bottom, copper
and some non-magnetic stainless steels do not work with induction cooking.
We recommend that you select cookware with a thick, flat bottom.
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Quick Start Guide
EN
Controls Table
A
On / Off Control
E
Timer “+” and “-” controls
B
Power “+” and “-” controls
F
Elapsed time function
C
Power pre-set / Boost controls
G
Lock Control
D
Boil function selector
Quick Start Guide
Prior to using you appliance you need to ensure the appliance has been installed in accordance with the installation
instructions within this guide. Particular attention should be paid to the ventilation requirements as this could affect
the performance of the appliance as well as the long term reliability.
Operation
Care should be taken to ensure that the pan / pans being used are suitable both in size and material.
Place the pan on the zone and turn on the appliance using power control ”A”, select the power level required using
either the + and - controls “B”, or the pre-set levels “C”.
For further details of functions please see the “Product / safety features explained” section of this instruction book.
Noise
You may notice a clicking noise when either using multiple zones or a single zone on low power settings
(below level 7). This is normal and should not be considered a fault; it is the electronics of the appliance regulating the power delivery to the zones. You may notice a corresponding reduction of the bubbles in the base of the
pans on the hob, again this is normal.
Power sharing
The machine is manufactured with shared electronics controlling the cooking zones. The power delivered by
the independent electronics is split between the two zones. If “boost” is selected on one zone the power is
reduced on the other to ensure the maximum connected load is not breached. This is not a fault with the appliance.
You may wish to select “Boost” on the Continuum setting, it is worth noting that you may notice a clicking and alternating bubble pattern in the base of the cookware, this is normal.
Suitable cookware
If the display on the appliance flashes when set, this is an indication that either there is no pan on the zone
or, an unsuitable pan is being used. Please refer to the pan guide in the description section of this guide for
further details.
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Additional functions and safety Features
EN
Protection against overflows. In case of overflow, or of a metallic object or wet
cloth placed on the control areas, the hob turns itself off, the displays light up and a
beep sounds. Clean the hob or remove the object, then begin cooking again.
Temperature limiter. Each cooking zone is equipped with a safety sensor that constantly monitors the temperature of the bottom of the cookware. If you leave
empty cookware on a zone which is turned on, it will automatically limit the power
in order to prevent damage to the cookware or hob.
Residual heat. After a long cooking period, the zone used can remain hot for several minutes. An ‘’H’’ flashes during this period. Do not put your hand on the zone.
Auto-Stop system. If you forget cooking is in progress, after a predefined time,
this safety function will automatically turn off your hob (from 1 to 10 hours depending on the power setting). “AS” displays and a beep sounds after about 2 minutes. Press on the main selector to delete this information. A beep will confirm
your setting.
Automatic Pan Detection: detects when a suitable pan is placed on the cooking
zone and so eliminates the possibility of the hob being activated accidentally by a
non-suitable object.
“Small Items” safety. By placing a small object on the area (a ring, a fork, etc),
the hob will detect it and not deliver any power. The power display flashes.
Note: However, several small objects at the same time on a zone could be identified as cookware. In that case, power will be delivered by the hob. Do not place
any utensils (spoons, forks, covers, etc) on the cooking zone being used. They will
heat up in the same way as cookware: Risk of combustion.
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Additional Functions and Safety Features
EN
Child Lock: for added peace of mind, the child lock can be manually activated to
prevent accidental start-up.
To activate the lock pres the “I” key and hold until a beep is sounded and an indicator appears.
To de-activate hold the “I” key until the indicator goes out and a beep sounds.
Control Lock: can be activated to lock the control panel during the cooking
process. This will lock the controls set on the cooking zones but will allow the stop
key to function. This is activated in / deactivated in the same way as the child lock.
Clean lock
This function allows you to temporarily lock your hob while cleaning. To activate
Clean lock your cooking hob must be turned off.
- Briefly press touchpad “I”. A beep sounds and an indicator appears.
- After a predefined time, the lock will automatically disengage. A beep sounds and
the indicator goes out.
Electronic Power Monitor: prevents power surge and de-surge in the event of
electrical interference without loss of performance to the hob.
•Independent timer.
This function allows you to time an event, without cooking.
- Select a cooking zone you are not using.
- Set the time with touchpad “G”. A “t” flashes in the display.
- At the end of your adjustment “t” becomes fixed and the count begins.
Note:
You can stop a count in progress by keeping your finger on the touchpad of the selection on
the display.
Timer Function
Each zone of the appliance can be controlled by using the timer function to turn off the zone
after a set period of time.
Select the zone required and adjust the power as required. press the timer controls “G” and
using the “+” or “-”keys select the cooking time required. The appliance will now count down
the time and turn off as required. When the time remaining is less than 1 minute the display
will indicate seconds remaining. At the end of the time a beep will indicate the end of cooking.
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Additional Functions and Safety Features
Pre Heat /
Heat up
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Pre-heat / Heat up
This Function will preheat the contents of the pan to boiling temperature before reducing
to your selected power.
To select the function turn on the required zone then press the “-“on the power selection
keys, “HU” is shown on the display, Select the power level to be maintained after the initial
heat up ( this must be level 7 or above ). During the pre-heat phase the display will alternate between the selected power level and “HU”, once the preheating is complete the display will revert to the power level only. This feature can be used in conjunction with the
timer functions. For example you can set the appliance to preheat a pan of pasta to a boil
reduce the pan to a simmer then time the entire cooking phase to ensure perfect results
every time.
Boil Function
The boil function allows the user to heat to boiling point a quantity of water prior to
adding food such as Pasta or vegetables and then maintaining the boiling for a period
of time set by the user.
To operate the boil function touch the “boil” icon on the touch pad, the display will
then show the volume of water to be boiled in litres. The volume can then be adjusted
using the “+” or “-” keys (0.5l, 1l, 1.5l,2l, 2.5l, 3l, 4l, 5l or 6l) confirm by pressing the
“boil” key. A short beep and “boiL” appears on the display. When a consistent boil is
achieved the hob will emit a pulsed beeping noise and “boil” will then scroll across
the display, at this point add the food and confirm by pressing the “boil” key, the display then changes to a pre-selected power, press the time required using the “+” “-”
keys and confirm by a further press on the “boil” key. At the end of the selected cooking time the display will turn off (displaying “H”) and the hob will beep to indicate the
end of the cooking.
The boil function can be used on all zones at the same time.
Elapsed Time
By pressing the elapsed time control for the required zone the control panel displays the
length of time that the zone has been operating since being turned on.
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Cleaning and Maintaining your Appliance
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Preserve your appliance
The vitroceramic glass surface is highly resistant, but not unbreakable. Here are some recommendations for
increasing its lifetime:
- Avoid banging or clattering the cookware.
- Avoid putting heating covers on the hob. A suction effect may damage the vitroceramic surface.
- Do not use cookware with bottoms that are rough or dented.
- Do not use your cooking hob as a work surface.
- Never use aluminium foil or paper or aluminium scrubber to clean it. The aluminium melts and damages
the top.
- Never use a steam cleaner to clean your hob.
- Never directly reheat a tin can. It will have a risk of exploding.
For the safety of your kitchen, do not place cleaning items or inflammable objects or cleaning products in
the kitchen furniture underneath your cooking hob.
TYPES OF STAINS/SPOTS
Light accumulation of baked-on stains/dirt.
Sugar spills, melted plastics.
Rings and hard water residue.
Shiny metal
Aesthetic damage to the hob top which does not entail a lack of function, are not covered by our guarantee
for example chips and scratches. Full terms of the guarantee are available at www.dedietrich.co.uk.
Maintaining your appliance
Type of stain / spots
Use
What to do
Light
Cleaning sponges
Thoroughly moisten the zone to be
cleaned with hot water, then wipe off.
Accumulation of baked- Cleaning sponges
on stains/ dirt
Scraper for glass
Sugar spills, melted
plastics etc
Thoroughly moisten the zone to be
cleaned with hot water. Use a scraper
for glass to remove the large bits, follow with rough side of a disinfectant
sponge then wipe off.
Ring marks and rard
water residue
White vinegar
Apply warm white vinegar to the stain,
let stand, then wipe with a soft cloth
Shiny metal colourings
Weekly maintenence
Special vitro-creamhob
cleaner product with
conditioner.
Apply a cleaning agent for vitro-ceramic glass(preferably containing silicon for protection)to the surface as
per product instructions
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Installation Guide
EN
Installation
Your appliance should be positioned so that the mains switch is
accessible. The distance between the edge of your appliance
and the side and rear walls (or partitions) must be at least four
centimetres (area A).
Your appliance can be easily integrated above a cabinet, an oven
or a build-in household appliance. Simply verify that the air intakes and outlets are free of obstruction, poor ventilation can affect both the performance of your appliance and reduce its
lifespan.
Stick the foam gasket to the bottom of your appliance. This will
allow you to achieve an airtight seal with the worktop.
Attach the clips to the hob if supplied.
Cut-out Information.
Please ensure the correct cut out size for your appliance. Details of the cut out sizes are shown on
page 4.
L’ being the width (left to right)
l’ the depth of the cut out (front to back)
Installing above a cupboard
When installing above a cupboard please ensure a
gap for ventilation is provided to the rear of the
cupboard. You should also ensure that the ventilation slots in the front of the appliance are not
blocked / obscured in any way.
It may be necessary to cut the work-surface or
cupboard carcass to ensure adequate air flow.
Installing above a drawer
When installing your appliance above a drawer or
shallow cupboard, it may be necessary to remove
the carcass support rail from the housing in order
to ensure a 4mm air gap is maintained.
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Installation Guide
EN
Installing above an oven
When installing your appliance above an oven, it may
be necessary to remove the carcass support rail from
the housing in order to ensure a 4mm air gap is maintained. Most modern ovens including all De Dietrich
models will not require any further insulation between
the oven and hob.
It is not recommended to use the Pyro-clean function
of an oven while using the hob.
Use of sealants
The appliance should be fixed to the work-surface using the roll of foam seal provided. Any appliance sealed to the work-surface using silicone sealant or similar may result in damage to both
the appliance and work-surface should it need to be removed. The use of sealants may result in
the appliance being unserviceable and as such may be excluded from warranty repairs.
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Installation Guide
EN
Electrical connection
These hobs must be connected to the mains using a socket in compliance with publication CEI 60083 or an
all-pole circuit-breaker device in compliance with the installation rules in force.
When power is first supplied to your hob, or after an extended power cut, an indicator light will appear on
the control panel. This information will disappear after 30 seconds.
DTi1041XE
Hook-up of 220-240V ~16 amp
DTi1041X
Hook-up of 220-240V ~16 amp
“20A
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Help Guide
EN
Problems on installation
Posssible Causes
What should you do?
A special code / display ap­
Working normally
pears across the ccontrol panel
Nothing this code will turn off
after 30 seconds or if the zone is
turned on
Your installation blows a fuse Incorrect electrical connection
/ trip
Only 1 side of the appliance works Incorrect electrical connection
Check electrical supply connection
The hob produces an odour
during the first cooking ses­
sions
Nothing. The smell will disapear
with use.
New appliance
Check electrical supply connection
Problems after switching on
You observe that
Possible causes
What should you do?
The hob does not operate and The machine is not switched Check electrical supply, mains
there are no indicator lights
on or correctly connected to switches / circuit breaker /
on the display.
the power supply.
fuses
The hob is not working and an The appliance has detected a Call the after sales service
“F” code is displayed (Excep­ fault
department
tion of “F7” shown on next
section)
The hob does not function
and displays the lock symbol
The hob is locked
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Please refer to child lock fea­
ture.
Help Guide
EN
Problems while in use
You observe that.
Possible causes
What should you do
The hob has stopped working
The hob has detected an
and “­” is displayed also an aud­ overflow or object covering
able beep is heard
the controls.
Ensure the controls are clean
and dry and remove any ob­
jects that cover them
A series of small dashes appears The electronic circuits have
across the display or “F7”
over heated
Check the ventillation for the
appliance is in line with this
guide.
Use correct pan size for zone
enssuring it is compatable
with induction (ferrous)
After turning on a zone the dis­
play continues to flash
The cookware used is either
too small for the zone or is
unsuitable for induction
cooking.
The pans make a noise during
This is normal for some types Nothing. There is no risk to
cooking and the hob produces a of cookware. This is caused either the hob or cookware
clicking noise
by the transfer of power from
the hob to the cookware
The fans continue to run at the The fan is cooling the elec­
Nothing
end of cooking
tronics and will cut out auto­
matically
The hob cuts out during cooking The electronics have detected
a power surge, they have cut
out in order to protect the
electronics.
Switch off the power supply
to the appliance and switch
back on, resetting the elec­
tronics. If the problem per­
sists call After Sales Service
Reduction in power while using The boost function will “bor­
“Boost” / full power on an adja­ row” power from its adjacent
cent zone (front to back)
zone (front to back) while
using boost.
Nothing. This is normal for
induction. it is designed to
allow the greatest flexability
of power output.
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