Baumatic BF16 Technical data

Baumatic BF16 Technical data
FREESTANDING DUAL FUEL
COOKERS
DOMESTIC USE ONLY
OPERATING AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Note to installer: please leave this manual/owners guide with
the appliance
54 N
Index
Technical data and specifications
Technical data and specifications ........... 2
Installation ...........................................3 - 4
Assembly .................................................. 3
Positioning ................................................ 3
Electrical connection................................. 4
For the user .........................................4 - 6
Using the electric hot-plates ..................... 4
Using the electric fan oven 4 ................... 4
Using the electric grill ............................... 5
Oven accessories ..................................... 5
Removing the oven door .......................... 5
Advice and precautions ............................ 5
Figures...................................................... 7
Nominal external
dimensions
Cookers
54x60
Height at hob
Depth with door closed
Depth with door open
Width
cm 85,0
cm 63,5
cm 106,0
cm 54,0
Usable dimensions
Fan oven
Width
Depth
Height
Volume
- Thank you for choosing one of our quality products, capable of giving you the
very best service. To make full use of its
performance features, read the parts of
this manual which refer to your appliance
carefully. The Manufacturer declines all
responsibility for injury or damage caused
by poor installation or improper use of the
appliance.
- To ensure its appliances are always at the
state of the art, and/or to allow constant
improvement in quality, the manufacturer
reserves the right to make modifications
without notice, although without creating
difficulties for users.
- When ordering spare parts, inform your
dealer of the model number and serial number punched on your appliance’s nameplate, visible inside the warming compartment
or on the back of the cooker.
cm 39,5
cm 60,0
cm 31,5
l. 50,0
ELECTRIC HOTPLATES
ø 145
1,0 kW - Normal hotplate
ø 180
1,5 kW - Normal hotplate
2,0 kW - Rapid hotplate
HEATING ELEMENT POWERS
oven circular element
2,0 kW
fan
2,5 kW
grill
2,0 kW
oven light
15 W
EQUIPMENT
Depending on the models, cooker may also
have:
- Electric oven lighting
- One or more electric hotplates
For the ELECTRIC WIRING DIAGRAM see
figure 2 at the back of this manual.
FOREWORD
- Refer only to the headings and sections
covering accessories actually installed on
your cooker.
The electrical power is stated on the nameplate visible inside the warming compartment
(if present) or on the back of the cooker.
A copy of the A copy of the data label is
glued to the cover of this manual (for gas
or gas-electric products only) is glued to the
cover of this manual (for gas or gas-electric
products only).
2
Installation
Important Warnings
• 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 of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
INSTALLATION
This appliance shall be installed only by authorised personnel and in accordance with the
manufacturer's installation instructions, local
electrical wiring regulations. When connection
to electrical supply is completed and oven is
located in its final position, the oven must be
stabilized by using the two chains located at
the rear of the oven. (see fig. 4)
Each chain must be firmly attached to the rear
vertical wall behind the oven. The anchor used
to attach the chains to the rear wall must be of
a type suitable for the purpose.
If the appliance is installed between two cupboards, drill a hole on each side of the cupboards, pass the chains through the holes and
anchor the chains within each cupboard.
MAKE SURE THE ANTI-TILTING CHAINS
ARE TAUGHT WHEN ANCHORED TO PREVENT THE APPLIANCE TILTING.
If the oven is to be moved for servicing - THE
CHAINS MUST BE RE-ATTACHED .
• Children must be supervised to make sure
that they do not play with the appliance.
• Means of disconnection shall be provided
in the fixed wiring in accordance with the
Australian wiring rules.
• During use the appliance becomes hot.
Care should be taken to avoid touching
heating elements inside the oven.
• WARNING: Accessible parts will become
hot when in use. To avoid burns and scalds
children should be kept away.
ASSEMBLY
The splash back must be fitted to the cooker.
Read the assembly instructions packed with
the splash back to ensure correct fitment.
• A steam cleaner in not to be used for cleaning this appliance.
• Before replacing the lamp bulb, ensure that
the appliance is switched off.
FITTING SHELVES
Clip wire racks to sides of oven walls (Fig.
6 a).
Slide shelves and trays on the guides as
shown (Fig. 6 b)
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or
sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven
door glass since they can scratch the glass
surface, which may result in shattering of
the glass.
POSITIONING
Remove the packaging accessories, including the films covering the chrome-plated and
stainless steel parts, from the cooker.
Position the cooker in a dry, convenient and
draft-free place. Any adjoining wall surface
situated within 200mm from the edge of any
hob burner must be a suitable non-combustible material for a height of 150mm for the
entire length of the hob. Any combustible
construction above the hotplate must be at
least 600mm above the top of the pan supports no construction shall be within 450mm
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Installation
For the user
above the top of the pan supports.
The cooker may be free-standing or between
two units the sides of which must withstand
a temperature of 100°C.
If a combustible bench-top is situated within
200mm from the edge of any burner, it should
be 10mm or more below the cooker hob.
HOW TO USE THE COOKER
FOR COOKERS EQUIPPED WITH ELECTRIC HOTPLATES
The different heat settings are obtained as
follows:
- 1 = minimum setting for all hotplates;
- 6 = maximum setting for normal and rapid
hotplates (with red disc);
- 0 = off.
Pans must never be smaller in diameter than
the hotplates and their bottoms must be as
flat as possible (see fig. 3).
IMPORTANT:
- Never leave hotplates on without pans,
except when first used; leave for about 10
minutes to dry oil or moisture residues;
- if the hotplate is to be out of use for a long
time, apply a little grease to its painted
surface;
- do not allow spills to burn onto the hotplate,
requiring the use of abrasive cleaners.
CONNECTING TO THE ELECTRICAL
MAINS
Before making the connection, check that:
- the mains voltage is as indicated on the
nameplate;
- the earth connection is in good working
order.
For direct connection to a power mains, a
device that ensures disconnection from the
mains must be installed, with a opening
distance for the contacts that allows for a
complete disconnection under conditions of
category III electrical overload, in conformity
with the installation instructions.
If the appliance power lead is not fitted with a
plug, this cooking range must be connected to
the supply by a supply cord fitted with an appropriately rated plug that is compatible with
the socket outlet fitted to the final sub-circuit
in the fixed wiring that is intended to supply
to supply this cooking range.
- the green-yellow wire must be used for the
earth connection;
- the blue wire is the neutral;
- the brown wire is live;
- the lead must never touch hot surfaces over
about 75 degrees C;
- replacement leads must be of type H05RR-F
or H05V2V2-F of suitable size (see diagrams
in fig. 2).
- if the appliance is supplied without lead,
using type H05RR-F or H05V2V2-F cable
of suitable size (see diagrams in fig. 2).
N.B.: the manufacturer declines all liability
for damage due to failure to comply with the
regulations and standards in force. Check
that the appliance is correctly connected to
the earth (see diagrams in fig. 2 at the back
of the manual).
ELECTRIC FAN OVEN WITH 4 COOKING
PROGRAMS
With different heating elements controlled
using a selector switch and regulated by a
thermostat, starting from the 0 (off) position,
the knob can be turned clockwise to the following settings:
- symbol
: oven lamp on (it will remain
on even if the knob pointer is turned to the
other settings).
- symbol
: operation of fan.
- symbol
: cooking with fan oven, on
one or two levels, the oven temperature is
controlled using the thermostat knob.
- symbol
: grill on.
N.B. - The yellow light switches on and off
as the thermostat is tripped.
Before placing food for cooking inside,
allow the oven to heat up for at least 10
minutes.
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For the user
HOW TO USE THE ELECTRIC GRILL WITH
ELECTRIC OVEN
For models with “ Electric Oven”
only,controlled by two knobs separately
(selector-thermostat), grilling is permitted
with the door closed, without using the
front side. Temperatures above 200°C.
must not be used when grilling with the
door closed.
- ignite the grill heating element;
- place the foods on the chrome-plated
shelf;
- insert on the highest runner;
- insert the drip tray on the bottom runner;
- gently close the oven door;
- after a few minutes, turn the food to expose
the other side to the infrared radiation (the
cooking time depends on the type of food
and personal taste).
The grill must only be used at its full rated
heat.
The grill element in the top of the oven is
switched on by turning the thermostat knob
clockwise to the grill symbol on the control
panel.The red light will come on to show the
element is in operation.
HOW TO USE OVEN ACCESSORIES
- The oven shelf is designed to take normal
oven dishes for cooking sweets or roasts, or
is used without a pan for cooking foods under
the grill.
- The drip pan under the grill is used to collect
juices, which drip from the food that is cooked
directly on the grill. The drip pan can also be
used for cooking.
- Remember that cooking times may vary if
food is cooked on two shelves at the same
time.
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
The door can be removed for easier oven
cleaning, proceeding as follows:
- fully open the door.
- insert two small coins (e.g. washers with
the following dimensions:20mm diameter x
1.9mm thickness) into the two slots in the
hinges.
- close the door until the coins start to prevent
it closing further (fig. 5).
- close the door some more and lift it off,
holding it at the sides and moving it slightly
forward; this is the point at which the door
can be removed easily.
- to put the door back in place, return the
hinges to their positions, checking that they
have fitted into their seats.
- lower the door completely and remove the
coins inserted earlier.
- fully close the door.
- always inspect the oven door gasket and if
worn have it replaced at once by the aftersales service.
To see table "Food to be grilled"
Food to be grilled
Thin pieces of meat
Fairly thick pieces of
meat
Thin fish or fish
without scale
Fairly thick fish
Sausages
Toasted sandwiches
Small poultry
Time
minutes
1st side
2nd side
6
8
4
5
10
8
15
12
5
20
12
10
2
15
GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
- Always disconnect the power supply before
any work inside the oven or where live parts
may be accessed.
- Never use the warming compartment for
storing flammable liquids or items which do
not withstand heat, such as wood, paper,
aerosol cans, matches, etc.
- Wash enamelled or chrome-plated parts
with soapy lukewarm water or non-abrasive
IMPORTANT: accessible parts may be hot
when the grill is in use! Keep children well
away.
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For the user
detergents.
- Never use abrasives to clean enamelled or
chrome-plated parts.
- Do not use too much water when washing
the hob.
- Never close glass lids until the hob burners or hotplates have cooled completely; it
might shatter or crack.
- Never lift the cooker by taking hold of the
oven door handle..
- Do not use vapor jets to clean the appliance.
- The cooker does not have an installation
stand.
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
We recommend that you clean your appliance as soon as any spillovers occur and
that you keep your appliance clean & free
from any accumulated grease/dirt, particularly around the electric plates. To keep your
appliance operating at peak performance,
please have it serviced every 2 years by an
authorised person.
For Service and Spare Parts, Please
see attached warranty card for contact
details.
Warning:
Servicing should be carried out only by authorised personnel.
- Ensure that the appliance is switched off
before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
- If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric
shock.
Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of
this appliance while it is in operation.
Do not use or store flammable materials
in the appliance storage drawer or near
this appliance.
Where this appliance is installed in marine craft or in caravans, it shall not be
used as a space heater.
This appliance is not suitable for use in
marine craft, caravans or mobile homes,
unless each burner is fitted with a flame
safeguard.
DO NOT modify this appliance.
6
Figures
P2
P1
P1
P2
P1 = HOTPLATE
P2 = HOTPLATE
To remove the door, use two washers with
the following dimensions:
20mm diameter x 1.9mm thickness.
Ø
Ø
180
145
5
1
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
230 V TWO-PHASE
Wire gauge:
1
2
L
N
> 3,5 kW
2,2 - 3,5 kW
0 - 2,2 kW
3x2,5 mm2
3x1,5 mm2
3x1 mm2
6b
2
3
•Chain x2
Oven
6a
Rear wall
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4
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Ed. 22/02/2010
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