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Bellini BDG302WGA User manual
201211211 issue 1
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Black Glass Top-surface
Built-in Gas Cooktop
Installation and User manual
Content
Safety instructions---------------------------------- 2
Product description--------------------------------- 4
Installation---------------------------------------------6
Start using your appliance--------------------------10
Maintenance and troubleshooting----------------12
Warranty------------------------------------------------ 14
For warranty service call 1300 373 199(Australia)
or 0508 123108(New Zealand) to connect you to
the nearest authorised service centre
BDG604G, BDG604G-F, BDG604GA, BDG604GA-F
BDG302WG, BDG302WG-F, BDG302WGA, BDG302WGA-F
BDG302RG, BDG302RG-F, BDG302RGA, BDG302RGA-F
BDG301G, BDG301G-F, BDG301GA, BDG301GA-F
Safety instructions
This manual explains the proper installation and use of your appliance, please read it
carefully before using even if you are familiar with the product. The manual should be kept
in a safe place for future reference. In case of failure, only the Authorized Technical
Service may repair this hob. Otherwise the guarantee will be null and void.
Warning
General safety
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highly inflammable materials or fusible
by licensed gasfitters / authorized persons.
objects (e.g. plastic film, plastic, aluminum) on
Built-in appliances may only be used after they have
or near the appliance.
built in to suitable built-in units and work surfaces
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that meet local authority standards.
Children’s safety
In the event of faults with the appliance or damage
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appliance must be switched off and disconnected
away from the appliance.
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young children or infirm persons without
Repairs to the appliance must only be carried out by
supervision.
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ensure that they do not play with the
The technical and identification data for the hob is
appliance.
located on the reference data plate fixed to the
Safety during use
underside of the appliance.
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This reference data plate must be consulted before
Remove stickers and film from the glass
surface.
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The electrical connections must be made by
There is the risk of burns from the appliance if
used carelessly.
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Cables from electrical appliances must not
requirements in each country.
touch the hot surface of the appliance or hot
If the cable is damaged in any way it must be
cookware.
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or by authorized technical staff, to avoid hazard.
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People (including children) who, because of their
Overheated fats and oils can ignite very
quickly. Warning! Fire hazard!
Correct use
Switch the cooking zones off after each use.
Users with implanted pacemakers should
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or their
keep their upper body at least 30 cm from
inexperience or ignorance are not able to use the
cooking zones that are switched on.
device safely, should not use this device without
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Young children should be supervised to
engineers.
replaced by the manufacturer or after sale service
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The appliance is not intended for use by
of an electric shock.
specialist installers to the legal and regulatory,
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The cooking zones will become hot when you
cook. Therefore, always keep small children
making the electrical connections.
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Do not heat an empty pan on the appliance.
to the glass ceramic(cracks, scratches or splits), the
trained registered authorized service persons /
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Do not place or store flammable liquids,
The appliance may only be installed and connected
from the electrical supply, to prevent the possibility
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Risk of burns! Do not place objects made of
supervision or instruction by a responsible person.
metal, such as knives, forks, spoons and
This appliance should be used only for normal
saucepan lids on the cooking surface, as they
domestic cooking and frying of food.
can get hot.
The appliance must not be used as a work surface
or as a storage surface.
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Additions or modifications to the appliance are not
permitted.
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diameter and no more than 1.0metre in length.
Safety instructions
Any hose assembly used must be restrained
Safety when installation
from accidental contact with the flue outlet of an
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under bench oven.
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Do not use or store flammable materials in the
appliance storage drawer or near this appliance.
How to avoid damage to the appliance
Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this
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appliance while it is in operation.
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For Universal LPG appliance:- Where this
falling onto it.
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appliance is installed in marine craft or caravans,
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The edge of the glass ceramic can be damaged
by being knocked by the cookware.
it shall not be used as a space heater.
This hotplate must be installed in accordance
with:
AS 5601 - Gas Installations (for Australia) –
current edition
NZS 5261 – Code of Practice for the Installation
of Gas Burning Appliances and Equipment (for
New Zealand) This standard may not be now
current!!
Local gas fitting regulations
AS/NZS 3000 – Electrical Installations (Wiring
Rules)
Building codes
Any other relevant statutory regulations.
Check the gas type label on the underside of the
hotplate, adjacent to the gas connection to
ensure it corresponds to the installation gas
supply. If in doubt contact the supply authority.
The power supply cord (supplied) must not touch
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against any hot surfaces and must be placed so
Safety when cleaning
that its temperature does not exceed 75 degrees
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After connecting to gas, check for leaks using
Cookware made of cast iron, cast aluminum or
with damaged bottoms can scratch the glass
surface if pushed across the surface.
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Objects that melt and things that boil over can
burn onto the glass surface and should be
removed straightaway.
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Do not use the cooking zones with empty
cookware or without cookware.
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To avoid damaging cookware and glass
ceramics, do not allow empty saucepans or
frying pans to keep heating by the hob.
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The ventilation gap of 5mm between the worktop
and front of the unit underneath it must not be
covered.
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Do not modify this appliance.
For cleaning, the appliance must be switched off
and cooled down.
at any point along its length.
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The glass surface can be damaged by objects
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For safety reasons, the cleaning of the appliance
soapy solution, never a naked flame.
with steam jet or high pressure cleaning
Where a flexible hose assembly is used, ensure
equipment is not permitted.
it is approved to AS/NZS 1869, Class B 10mm
Disposing of the device
When disposing of the device, do not bring it to regular municipal waste containers. Instead, bring
it to electrical and electronic waste recycling and reuse center. A relevant label has been put on the
device, its instructions manual, or the package. The device has been manufactured of recyclable
material. By bringing old device to recycling collection center, you show that you care about nature.
Ask your local environmental care authority for information on location of such facilities.
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Burner
Product description
BDG604GA,
BDG604GA-F
*BDG604G,
*BDG604G-F
* have no aluminum trim
Trivet
Aluminum trim
Control knobs
BDG302W/RGA, BDG302W/RGA-F
*BDG302W/RG, *BDG302W/RG-F,
BDG301GA,BDG301GA-F
*BDG301G,*BDG301G-F,
* have no aluminum trim
* have no aluminum trim
Burner
Trivet
Aluminum trim
Control knobs
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Accessory Name
Picture
Quantity
( for reference only, physical unit maybe different)
User Manual
1
Installation clip
1 ??
4 for BDG604G(-F), 3 for
Screws ST4.2x24
BDG302*G(-F)&BDG301G(-F)
Adhesive sealing tape
1
Natural gas regulator
1
Test point adapter
1
Technical Specifications
product
Cut-out
dimensions
Size
(h x w x d) mm
( w x d)mm
BDG604G/A(-F)
105x584x510
552 x 470
12.7Kgs
220-240V/50Hz
0.5W
BDG302*G/A(-F)
100x300x510
266 x 478
7 Kgs
220-240V/50Hz
0.5W
BDG301G/A(-F)
100x300x510
266 x 478
6 Kgs
220-240V/50Hz
0.5W
Model
App’x net
Electrical connection
weight
Rated
input
power
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Installation
Before installation:
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Before cutting into any bench tops, ensure the minimum clearances to walls, adjacent surfaces and
overhead surfaces required by the relevant gas appliance installation code (see above) will comply.
Dimensions are specified in millimeters (mm)
Overhead cupboards and range hood = 650 mm.
Side and rear clearance = 200 mm to any burner edge.
Overhead exhaust/ceiling fan = 750 mm
Horizontal surfaces adjacent the hob = less than or equal to the hob height.
Ensure there is sufficient clearance to fit the regulator and/or flexible hose connection with the hotplate in
the installed position.
When you have installed the hob, make sure that
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The GPO(general purpose outlet) must always be in an accessible position.
The supply connection point, test point and natural gas regulator adjustment screw (for Natural gas
installation) are accessible for testing and/or adjustment with the hotplate in the installed position.
TO BE INSTALLED ONLY BY AN AUTHORIZED PERSON.
1. Cupboard Cutting
Bench top thickness, 30– 40 mm (3 – 4 cm).
BDG604G(A)/BDG604G(A)-F
BDG302WG(A)/BDG302WG(A)-F/BDG302RG(A)
BDG302RG(A)-F/ BDG301G(A)/ BDG301G(A)-F
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2. Place burner box
Apply the adhesive sealing tape to the underside lip of the burner box. Shown at G opposite.
Place burner box into cutout hole and fit clamping brackets to clamp the hotplate to the bench.
3. Fit burners and trivet.
Replace burners and ensure they are correctly repositioned over the ignitor (S) and thermocouple (T). The ignitor
(S) must be clean for trouble free sparking. Test burner ignition and burner flame for correct operation, If burner
is placed correctly it will not rotate on its supports..
The Triple Ring (Wok) burner (diagrams below) does not fit over the igniter or thermocouple but must be placed
on its supports.
3. Electrical connection.
Install a 10 amp general purpose outlet (GPO) in accordance with relevant electrical standards and/or codes of
practice applicable.
The power supply cord (supplied) must not touch against any hot surfaces and must be placed so that its
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temperature does not exceed 75oC at any point along its length.
After having installed the hotplate, the GPO must always be in an accessible position.
Wiring diagram for BDG302*G/A(-F)
Wiring diagram for BDG604G/A(-F)
Wiring diagram for BDG301G/A(-F)
4. Gas connection
Install in accordance with relevant gas standards and/or codes of practice
applicable.
Connect the elbow fitting to the appliance gas manifold connection, and check
that seals between the elbow and manifold connection are in place and in good
condition.
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For Natural gas: connect the natural gas appliance regulator (pictured
opposite) with integral test point using approved gas thread tape or
compound to the elbow fitting.
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For Universal LPG: connect the brass test point adaptor (pictured opposite)
using approved gas thread tape or compound to the elbow fitting.
Ensure the supply connection point, test point and natural gas regulator
adjustment screw (for Natural gas installation) are accessible for testing and/or
adjustment with the hotplate in the installed position.
Where a flexible hose assembly is used, ensure it is approved to
AS/NZS 1869, Class B. Any hose assembly used must be restrained
from accidental contact with the flue outlet of an under bench oven.
This hose assembly shall be suitable for connection to a fixed
consumer piping outlet located as follows:
Hotplates at a point 800 mm to 850 mm above the floor and in the
region outside the width of the appliance to a distance of 250 mm.
After connecting to gas, check for leaks using soapy solution, never a
naked flame.
Inlet connection region for flexible hose
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Fit the duplicate data plate (supplied in separate bag) on a surface adjacent to the hotplate, for example, the
inside of the cupboard door so it is clearly visible for any service technician.
SETTING THE GAS PRESSURE:
Fit a manometer with a 6 mm rubber hose to the test point on the regulator (for natural gas).
For the Model BG604G/A(-F), light Triple Ring and Auxiliary burner on and adjust test point pressure to 1.00 kPa. Turn the two burners off
and on again and recheck the pressure is same as set previously or adjust as required.
For all the other models, light all burners on and adjust test point pressure to 1.00 kPa. Turn burners off and on again and recheck the
pressure is same as set previously or adjust as required.
TEST FOR CORRECT OPERATION:
After installation and adjusting burner pressure using test point, each burner ignition and operation must be
tested individually and with all burners operating. This testing must be done by the installer before leaving.
ADJUSTING THE BURNER MINIMUM FLAME HEIGHT:
NOTE: This adjustment can only be performed by the installer or an authorised service personnel.
The minimum burner flame is factory adjusted for the gas type stated on the gas type label adjacent to the gas
connection and should not require adjustment. Adjustment may be required if the hotplate has been converted
from Natural gas to Universal LPG or vice versa.
GAS CONVERSION INSTRUCTIONS:
The manufacturers servicing instructions detail how authorised personnel may convert the hotplate from Natural
gas to Universal LPG or from Universal LPG to Natural gas. Contact the manufacturer or agent as required.
NATURAL GAS
Model
BDG604G/A(-F)
UNIVERSAL LPG
Injector Dia(mm)
MJ/h
Test point kPa
Injector Dia(mm)
MJ/h
Test point kPa
Auxiliary
0.9
4
1
0.55
3.2
2.75
Semi rapid x2
1.1
6
1
0.7
5.5
2.75
Wok
1.7
12.5
1
0.98
10.8
2.75
TOTAL NHGC
Model
BDG302WG/A(-F)
28.5
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NATURAL GAS
UNIVERSAL LPG
Injector Dia(mm)
MJ/h
Test point kPa
Injector Dia(mm)
MJ/h
Test point kPa
Semi rapid
1.1
6
1
0.7
5.5
2.75
Wok
1.7
12.5
1
0.98
10.8
2.75
TOTAL NHGC
Model
BDG302RG/A(-F)
18.5
16.3
NATURAL GAS
UNIVERSAL LPG
Injector Dia(mm)
MJ/h
Test point kPa
Injector Dia(mm)
MJ/h
Test point kPa
Semi rapid
1.1
6
1
0.7
5.5
2.75
Rapid
1.35
9
1
0.9
9
2.75
TOTAL NHGC
Model
BDG301G/A(-F)
Wok
TOTAL NHGC
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14.5
NATURAL GAS
UNIVERSAL LPG
Injector Dia(mm)
MJ/h
Test point kPa
Injector Dia(mm)
MJ/h
Test point kPa
1.7
12.5
1
0.98
10.8
2.75
12.5
10.8
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Start using your appliance
Description
Explanation
These show which zone is under control.
Zone indicators
Flame power
Flame power of the zones,
is the lowest and
is the
highest.
The hotplates are fitted with mains powered electronic spark ignitors, so must be connected to mains power
supply (i.e. nominal 230 V ac) to operate. If power is not available, the hotplate will still work but the burners will
have to be lit with a match or similar.
Depressing the gas control knob of any burner will activate the spark ignition for all burners. To light the burner,
turn the gas control knob to the High Flame setting of the burner to be lit, while at the same time depressing the
gas control knob to activate the spark ignition.
Once the burner is alight continue to depress the gas control knob for 5 – 10 seconds to allow the flame
safeguard to activate. If when you release the gas control knob, the burner flame goes out the flame safeguard
has not heated up enough so repeat the ignition procedure after waiting 1 minute for gas to disperse. If problems
with burner lighting persist, refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING section of these instructions.
If power is not available, light a match or similar, then turn the gas control knob for the burner to be lit, to the
High Flame setting. Once again if problems with burner lighting persist, refer to the TROUBLESHOOTING
section of these instructions.
When burner lights, adjust desired flame height. On finishing, turn control knob to off position marked with a
black DOT.
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BURNER AND UTENSIL CHOICE
Depending on the hotplate model, the burner choices are:
BDG604G/A(-F): Auxiliary (small), Semi-Rapid x2 (medium), and Wok (triple ring) burners.
BDG302WG/A(-F): Semi-Rapid (medium), Wok (triple ring)
BDG302RG/A(-F): Semi-Rapid (medium), Rapid (large)
BDG301G/A(-F): Wok (triple ring)
The maximum utensil (pan) diameters in millimetres
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(mm) for each burner are:
The minimum utensil (pan) diameters in millimetres
1. For Natural Gas hotplates
(mm) for each burner are:
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Auxiliary (small) = 80 mm
195 mm
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and Semi-Rapid (medium) = 140 mm
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Rapid (large) = 230 mm
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Rapid (large) and Triple ring (wok) = 195 mm
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Triple ring (wok) = 270 mm
Auxiliary (small) and Semi-Rapid (medium) =
For best efficiency and to ensure utensil handle does
2. For Universal LPG hotplates
not overheat, place the utensil centrally on the burner
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and adjust the flame height so all the flame remains
Auxiliary (small), Semi-Rapid (medium) and
Rapid (large) = 195 mm
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under the utensil.
Triple ring (wok) = 230 mm
Do not place anything, eg. flame tamer, asbestos mat, between pan and
pan support as serious damage to the appliance may result.
Do not remove the pan support and enclose the burner with a wok stand
as this will concentrate and deflect heat onto the hotplate.
Do not use large pots or heavy weights which can bend the pan support
or deflect flame onto the hotplate.
Locate pan centrally over the burner so that it is stable and does not
overhang the appliance.
Use only a wok support supplied or recommended by the manufacturer of
the appliance.
NOTE: Enclosure may be circular or square
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Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Cleaning and maintenance should be carried out with
the appliance cold especially when cleaning the
Use a cotton bud, tooth brush, or some other item to
enameled parts. Avoid leaving alkaline or acid
clean out any incrustations or dirt from the four holes
substances(lemon juice, vinegar etc.) on the surfaces.
marked(H)
STAINLESS STEEL
The stainless steel hob of the hotplate must be
cleaned regularly (e.g. weekly) to ensure long
life expectancy of the hotplate.
Ensure hotplate has cooled. Wash down with warm
soapy water and rinse with clean water.
Dry with a clean soft cloth. A specialized stainless
steel cleaning fluid may be used.
NOTE: Ensure that wiping is done along with the
grain of the stainless steel to prevent any unsightly
crisscross scratching patterns from appearing.
Replace burners and ensure they are correctly
repositioned over the igniter (S) and thermocouple (T).
TRIVETS (UTENSIL SUPPORTS)
Enameled parts must only be washed with a sponge
and soapy water or with non-abrasive products. Rinse
The igniter (S) must be clean for trouble free sparking.
Test burner ignition and burner flame for correct
operation.
with clean water. Dry with a clean soft cloth.
The Triple Ring (Wok) burner (diagrams below) does
BURNERS
not fit over the igniter or thermocouple but must be
Remove trivets from
hob. Ensure burners
placed on its supports. If burner is placed correctly it
will not rotate on its supports.
are cool. Remove the
burners
enameled
cap (C) and aluminum
burner crown (F).
Wash
down
with
warm
soapy
water
and rinse with clean
water.
Dry
with
a
clean soft cloth.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Servicing of the hotplates must only be done by an authorised service representative (see back of this booklet) and the
hotplate must not be modified. Power must be disconnected before any servicing or maintenance is conducted.
It is recommended the hotplate serviced by an authorized person at least every 2 years. This service is not covered by
warranty.
Abnormal conditions include:
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Excessively yellow or sooting flame type.
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Flame lifting off the burner ports.
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Flame lighting back into the burner (normally associated with a popping sound).
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Objectionable odour of the flames combustion products.
Should a faulty condition develop in the hotplate that is not described above, refer to the following table first for possible
causes and remedies prior to contacting an authorised service representative. Servicing beyond the remedies listed
shall only be undertaken by an authorised service representative.
FAULT
POSSIBLE CAUSE
No spark when gas control
knob depressed.
Burner not lighting when
No power.
REMEDY
Check plugged in and switched on.
Check mains circuit breaker.
Loose sparker cable.
Call authorised representative.
Burner not aligned properly.
Remove and re-fit burner.
Gas supply off.
Check gas supply valve on.
Burner not aligned properly.
Remove and re-fit burner.
Burner ports blocked.
Remove, clean and replace burner.
spark ignition working.
Burner goes out when
control knob released.
Flame safeguard not activated.
Flame safeguard faulty connection or
broken.
Uneven flame pattern or
slight flame lifting.
At minimum flame setting
the flame is too high.
Small
flame
on
High
setting.
Flame too high on High
Re-light, allow more time for flame safeguard
to activate.
Call authorised representative.
Burner ports blocked.
Remove, clean and replace burner.
Turndown control setting incorrect.
Call authorised representative.
Regulator faulty.
Call authorised representative.
Gas supply pressure low.
Call authorised representative.
Incorrect injector fitted.
Call authorised representative.
Blocked injector or gas supply tube.
Call authorised representative.
Incorrect utensil size.
Refer to operating instructions utensil choice.
Regulator faulty.
Call authorised representative.
Incorrect injector fitted.
Call authorised representative.
Incorrect utensil size.
Refer to operating instructions utensil choice.
setting.
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WARRANTY
1.1
In this warranty:
1.1.1 Australian Consumer Law means the law as set out in Schedule 2 of the Competition and
Consumer Act 2010;
1.1.2 Company means GSM Sales Pty Ltd ABN 53 007 682 475 of 142-144 Fullarton Road, Rose
Park SA 5067. Telephone 08 8122 2390. Email admin@gsmsales.com.au;
1.1.3 Consumer means a “consumer” as that term is defined in Section 3 of the Australian Consumer
Law as the original purchaser of a Bellini product;
1.1.4 Consumer Guarantees means the guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law;
1.1.5 You means the Consumer.
1.2
Nothing in this warranty affects any person’s rights under the Australian Consumer Law. The benefits to
any Consumer under this warranty are in addition to the rights and remedies available under any
Consumer Guarantees.
1.3
Subject to the other clauses of this warranty, the Company warrants to the Consumer that the Bellini
product will be free of manufacturing defects and will perform to the Company’s specifications.
1.4
The benefit of this warranty extends only to the Consumer as original purchaser of a Bellini product which
is installed in a residential property.
1.5
This warranty commences on the date of purchase of the Bellini product by the Consumer and continues
for the benefit only of the Consumer until the expiry of one (1) year (Warranty Period).
1.6
If within the Warranty Period a manufacturing defect is discovered in the Bellini product or it fails to perform
to the Company’s specifications as a result of some defect in materials, components or workmanship
(Defect) then the Company will, at its option, repair the Bellini product or supply a replacement Bellini
product free of charge. A replacement Bellini product may differ from the original product purchased by the
Consumer.
1.7
This warranty will not apply to any Bellini product:
1.7.1
Installed by any person other than a qualified tradesperson; or
1.7.2
Subjected to misuse, neglect, negligence or accidental damage; or
1.7.3
Operated in any way contrary to any operating or maintenance instructions; or
1.7.4
Improperly handled, installed or maintained; or
1.7.5
Altered or modified prior to or after installation; or
1.7.6
Damaged directly or indirectly by power surges, electrical storm damage or connection to incorrect
power supply
The Australian Consumer Law requires the inclusion of the following statement with this warranty: Our goods come with guaranteed that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are
entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably
foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods
fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
IN ORDER TO MAKE A CLAIM UNDER THIS WARRANTY THE
CONSUMER MUST CALL 1300 373 199 (AUSTRALIA) OR 0508 123 108
(NEW ZEALAND) TO CONNECT TO THE NEAREST AUTHORISED CENTRE
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1.8
You must provide proof of your purchase of the Bellini product and the date of purchase in order to obtain
the benefit of this warranty.
1.9
If you live outside the service area of the Company or one of its service agents, this warranty does not
cover the cost of transport of the Bellini product for service nor the service agent’s traveling costs to and
from your home.
1.10 If you are required to transport the Bellini product to the Company or its service agent, you must ensure it is
safely disconnected by a qualified tradesman and securely packed and insured. The Company does not
accept any responsibility for loss or damage of the Bellini product prior to it being received by the Company
or its service agent.
1.11 You will be responsible for all costs of returning a Bellini product to the Company and for redelivery of the
Bellini product by the Company (whether it is the original or a repaired and/or a replacement Bellini product)
and for any other expenses you incur in claiming under this warranty.
1.12 The Company or its service agent will examine any Bellini product and if the Company determines that it is
defective through no fault of the Owner and is otherwise undamaged, the Company will repair or replace
the Bellini product in accordance with this warranty.
DO NOT SEND IN THIS WARRANTY
Fill out the following details and file with your purchase invoice.
RETAIN & FILE WITH YOUR RECEIPT
Your Purchase Receipt/Invoice is proof of date of purchase. If you are unable to establish the date of purchase,
or if the fault is not covered by this warranty, or if the product is found to be in working order, you will be required
to bear all service call charges.
GSM Sales Pty Ltd reserves the right to discontinue items, modify designs and change specifications without
incurring obligation.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure that descriptions, specifications and other information in this publication is
correct, no warranty is given in respect thereof and the company shall not be liable for any errors therein.
Purchased from:
Co. Name:
Address:
Date of Purchase:
Serial number:
NOTE:
Consistent with our continuing product development policy, improvements may have been made
which render the contents of this packaging slightly different to that shown.
FOR WARRANTY SERVICE CALL 1300 373 199 (AUSTRALIA)
OR 0508 123 108 (NEW ZEALAND) TO CONNECT YOU TO THE NEAREST
AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE
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