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Elba DOMINO COOKING HOBS Technical information
SCHOTT
DOMINO HOBS
Instruction for the use - Installation advice
Dear Customer,
Thank you for having purchased and given your preference to our product.
The safety precautions and recommendations given below are for your own safety
and that of others. They will also provide a means by which to make full use of the
features offered by your appliance.
Please keep this booklet carefully. It may be useful in future, either to yourself or
to others if doubts should arise relating to its operation.
This appliance must be used only for the task it has explicitly been designed for,
that is for cooking foodstuffs. Any other form of usage is to be considered as
inappropriate and therefore dangerous.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event of damage caused by
improper, incorrect or unreasonable use of the appliance.
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
✓ After having unpacked the appliance, check to ensure that it is not damaged.
If you have any doubts, do not use it and consult your supplier or a
professionally qualified technician.
✓ Packing elements (i.e. plastic bags, polystyrene foam, nails, packing straps,
etc.) should not be left around within easy reach of children, as these may
cause serious injuries.
✓ The packaging material is recyclable and is marked with the recycling
symbol
.
✓ Do not attempt to modify the technical characteristics of the appliance as
this may become dangerous to use.
✓ The manufacturer cannot be considered responsible for damage caused by
unreasonable, incorrect or rash use of the appliance.
✓ If you should decide not to use this appliance any longer (or decide to
substitute an older model), before disposing of it, it is recommended that it
be made inoperative in an appropriate manner in accordance to health and
environmental protection regulations, ensuring in particular that all
potentially hazardous parts be made harmless, especially in relation to
children who could play with old appliances.
✓ The appliance should be installed and all the gas/electrical connections made
by a qualified engineer in compliance with local regulations in force and
following the manufacturer's instructions
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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS
AND RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR USE OF ELECTRICAL
APPLIANCES
Use of any electrical appliance implies
the necessity to follow a series of
fundamental rules. In particular:
✓ Never touch the appliance with wet
hands or feet;
✓ do not operate the appliance
barefooted;
✓ do not allow children or disabled
people to use the appliance without
your supervision.
The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for any damages caused
by improper, incorrect or
unreasonable use of the appliance.
DECLARATION OF CE
CONFORMITY
– This cooking hob has been
designed to be used only for
cooking. Any other use (such as
heating a room) is improper and
dangerous.
– This cooking hob has been
designed, constructed, and marketed
in compliance with:
- Safety requirements of the "Gas"
Directive 90/396/EEC;
- Safety requirements of EEC
Directive “Low voltage” 73/23
(gas or gas/electric appliances);
- Safety requirements of EEC
Directive “EMC” 89/336
(gas or gas/electric appliances);
- Requirements of EEC Directive
93/68.
TIPS FOR THE USER
✓ During and after use of the cooktop, certain parts will become very hot. Do
not touch hot parts.
✓ Keep children away from the cooking hob when it is in use.
✓ After use, ensure that the knobs are in position ● (off), and close the main
gas delivery valve or the gas cylinder valve.
✓ In case of difficulty in the gas taps operation, call Service.
✓ Before any cleaning or maintenance, switch off the electricity to the cooktop.
Risk of fire!
✓ Do not leave inflammable material on the cooktop.
✓ Make sure that the electrical cables of other appliances installed nearby
cannot come into contact with the cooktop.
✓ Never cook the food directly on the electric hotplates, but in special pans or
containers.
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FEATURES
mod.
EHS 321
mod.
with safety valve
mod.
EHS 311
with safety valve
EH 321
mod.
without safety valve
EH 311
without safety valve
NOTE:
The models EH 321 and
EH 311 have a safety
valve system fitted, the
flow of gas will be stopped
if and when the flame
should accidentally go
out.
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All the appliances are
fitted with a gas-lighter
incorporated into the
knob.
1
Fig. 1.1
4
1
Fig. 1.2
3
“2 GAS” COOKING HOB (Fig. 1.1)
The appliance has class 3
2
“1 GAS triple ring burner”
COOKING HOB (Fig. 1.2)
The appliance has class 3
COOKING POINTS
1. Semirapid burner (SR) - 1,75 kW
2. Rapid burner (R) - 3,00 kW
COOKING POINT
CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
3. Burner 2 (R) control knob
4. Burner 1 (SR) control knob
2. Triple ring burner control knob
1. Triple ring burner - 3,50 kW
CAUTION:
– If the burner is accidentally extinguished, turn the gas off at the control knob and wait at
least 1 minute before attempting to relight.
– Gas hobs produce heat and humidity in the environment in which they are installed.
Ensure that the cooking area is well ventilated by opening the natural ventilation grilles
or by installing an extractor hood connected to an outlet duct.
– If the hob is used for a prolonged time it may be necessary to provide further ventilation
by opening a window or by increasing the suction power of the extractor hood (if fitted).
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mod.
EH 302
mod.
EH 305
2
SCHOTT
2
1
1
Fig. 1.3
3
5
Fig. 1.4
7
4
10
12
11
8
“2 ELECTRIC” COOKING
HOB (Fig. 1.3)
VITROCERAMIC HOBS
- Electrical isulation Class I.
- Overheating surfaces protection
Type Y.
- Electrical isulation Class I.
- Overheating surfaces protection
Type Y.
COOKING POINTS
COOKING POINTS
1. Normal electrical plate Ø 145 - (1000 W)
2. Rapid electrical plate Ø 180 - (2000 W)
1. Hi-light cooking zone Ø 145 - 1200 W
2. Hi-light cooking zone Ø 180 - 1800 W
(Fig. 1.4)
CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
3. Electrical plate 1 control knob
4. Electrical plate 2 control knob
5. Power indicator light
7. Front zone control knob
8. Rear zone control knob
10. Front zone residual heat indicator
11. Rear zone residual heat indicator
12. Power indicator light
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GAS COOKING HOBS
GAS BURNERS
Gas flow to the burners is adjusted by
turning the knob (illustrated in fig. 2.1)
which control the safety valves.
Turning the knob so that the indicator
line points to the symbols printed on the
panel achieves the following functions:
✓ full circle
Fig. 2.1
Fig. 2.2
The device shall not be operated for
more than 15 seconds. If after 15
seconds the burner has not lit, stop
operating the device and open the
compartment door and/or wait at
least 1 minute before attempting a
further ignition of the burner.
6
●
= closed valve
✓ symbol
= maximum
aperture or flow
✓ symbol
= minimum
aperture or flow
To light one of the gas burners, hold a
flame (e.g. a match) close to the top part
of the burner, push in and turn the
relative knob in an anti-clockwise
direction, pointing the knob indicator
towards the large flame symbol (i.e.
max. gas flow).
To reduce the gas flow to minimum,
rotate the knob further anti-clockwise to
point the indicator towards the small
flame symbol.
The maximum aperture position permits
rapid boiling of liquids, whereas the
minimum aperture position allows slower
warming of food or maintaining boiling
conditions of liquids.
Other
intermediate
operating
adjustments can be achieved by
positioning the indicator between the
maximum and minimum aperture
positions, and never between the
maximum aperture and closed positions.
N.B. When the cooker top is not
being used, set the gas knobs to
their closed positions and also
close the cock valve on the gas
bottle or the main gas supply line.
VALVELESS ELECTRIC SPARKLIGHTING GAS BURNERS
To light one of the gas burners, push in
and turn the relative knob to the maximum aperture position (large flame symbol) and hold the knob in until the flame
has been lit.
The sparks produced by the lighter situated inside the relative burner will light
the flame.
In the event that the local gas supply
conditions makes it difficult to light the
burner in maximum aperture position, try
again with the knob in minimum position.
LIGHTING GAS BURNERS
FITTED WITH SAFETY VALVE
DEVICE
CHOICE OF BURNER
(fig. 2.3)
The symbols printed on the panel beside
the gas knobs indicate the correspondence between the knob and the burner.
The most suitable burner is to be chosen
according to the diameter and volume
capacity of the container to be warmed.
It is important that the diameter of the
pots or pans suitably match the heating
potential of the burners in order not to
jeopardise the efficiency of the burners,
bringing about a waste of gas fuel.
A small diameter pot or pan placed on a
large burner does not necessarily mean
that boiling conditions are reached quicker.
Caution!
the cooking hob becomes very
hot during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
In order to light the burner, you must:
1 – Turn the knob fig. 2.2 in anti-clockwise direction up to the maximum
aperture, push in and hold the
knob; this will light the gas. If there
is no mains electrical supply, bring
a lighted match close to the burner.
2 – Wait about ten seconds after the
gaslights before releasing the knob
(starting time for the valve).
DIAMETERS OF PANS WHICH MAY BE USED
ON THE HOBS
BURNERS
MINIMUM
MAX.
Semirapid
12 cm
22 cm
Rapid
22 cm
26 cm
Triple ring
24 cm
28 cm
do not use pans with concave or convex bases
3 – Adjust the gas valve to the desired
position.
If the burner flame should go out for
some reason, the safety valve will automatically stop the gas flow.
To re-light the burner, first turn the oven
control knob to position ●, wait for at
least 1 minute and then repeat the
lighting procedure.
Fig. 2.3
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SPECIAL WOK GRILLE
(fig. 2.4 and 2.5)
This special grille for woks should be
placed over the pan-rest for the triplering burner.
GRILL FOR SMALL
COOKWARE (fig. 2.6)
Put it on the auxiliary burner (the smallest) grid when small cookware is being
used to prevent the cookware from tipping over.
Warning:
✓ Using woks without this special grille
may cause the burner to malfunction.
✓ Do not use the grille for ordinary,
flat-bottomed saucepans.
WRONG
Fig. 2.6
Fig. 2.4
CORRECT
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Fig. 2.5
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ELECTRIC COOKING HOBS
PROPER USE OF THE ELECTRIC HOTPLATE (fig. 3.2)
Fig. 3.1
NORMAL HOTPLATE
To turn on the electric hotplate, rotate
the knob (fig. 3.1) o the desired setting.
The numbers from 1 to 6 indicate the
operating positions with increasing number corresponding to higher temperature
settings
When the pan comes to the boil, turn the
heat down to the level desired.
Remember that the hotplate will continue
to produce heat for about five minutes
after it has been turned off.
When the pan comes to the boil, turn the
heat down to the level desired.
Remember that the hotplate will continue
to produce heat for about five minutes
after it has been turned off.
While using the electric hotplate, you
must:
✓ avoid keeping it on without
something on it;
✓ avoid pouring liquids on it while it is
hot;
✓ use flat-bottomed (electric hotplate
type) pots and pans only
✓ use cooking receptacles which cover
as much of the surface of the
hotplate as possible.
✓ to save electricity, use lids whenever
possible.
✓ never cook food directly on the
hotplate: always use a pan or
suitable container.
An indicator light located on the control
panel signals that the hotplate is operating
RAPID HOTPLATE (red dot)
The rapid hotplate control knob is similar
to that of the normal hotplate, with 6
selectable heating positions (fig. 3.1).
The characteristics of this hotplate,
which is also equipped with a thermostatic cut-off device, make it possible to:
– achieve the cooking temperature
rapidly
– make full use of its output power using
flat-bottomed pans
– limit the output power with unsuitable
saucepans.
Fig. 3.2
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ELECTRIC HOTPLATE USAGE
TABLE
Hob controlled by 7-position
switch 0 - 6
Position
of switch
1
2
0
Switched OFF
1
2
For melting operations (of
butter or chocolate)
2
To keep foods warm or heat
small quantities of water.
3
To heat greater quantities of
water and to whip creams
and sauces.
3
4
Slow boiling, e.g. spaghetti,
soups, boiled meats, to continue steam heating of roast
meats and stews.
4
For all kinds of fried foods,
steaks, cutlets and cooking
without a lid.
4
5
For browning of meat, cooked
potatoes, fried fish and for
boiling large quantities of
water.
6
Rapid frying, grilled steaks,
etc.
3
4
5
6
= Warming
= Cooking
= Roasting - Frying
Fig. 3.3
Type of cooking
Never cook food directly on the electric hotplates!
Always use a saucepan or special container.
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Caution! the cooking hob becomes very hot during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
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VITROCERAMIC HOB
The main characteristic of this pyroceram cooker top is that it permits rapid vertical transmission of the heat from the
heating elements below to the
saucepans on top.
The heat does not spread horizontally,
however, and therefore the glass stays
cold only a few centimetres from the hob.
The hobs are controlled by the continuous energy regulation switch (0÷12) (fig.
4.1).
The heat intensity can be regulated continuously from 0 (off) to “12” (max).
Check that the hob is clean and then
switch on by turning the control knob
When the top is working, the pilot light
will be on.
When the hob temperature is above
60°C, the corresponding indicator light
will come on to indicate that the hob is
hot.
This light will stay on even after the hob
has been switched off to indicate that the
hob is still hot.
The residual heat persists for some time
after the hob has been switched off.
During this time avoid touching
the hob and take particular care if
there are children nearby.
Fig. 4.1
Fig. 4.2
The light will go out automatically when
the hob temperature drops below 60°C.
“Hi-light” radiant zones
(Fig. 4.2)
The heating element is formed of a coil
of resistant material which reaches the
working temperature quickly.
Operation of the cooking zone is controlled by a continuous energy regulator
from 1 (minimum position) to 12 (maximum temperature).
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Hob controlled by
continuous energy regulation switch
0 - 12
ELECTRIC HOTPLATE USAGE
TABLE
1
Position
of switch
2
0
Switched OFF
3
1
2
For melting operations (of butter or chocolate)
2
3
4
To keep foods warm or heat
small quantities of water.
4
5
6
To heat greater quantities of
water and to whip creams and
sauces.
6
7
Slow boiling, e.g. spaghetti,
soups, boiled meats, to continue steam heating of roast
meats and stews.
7
8
For all kinds of fried foods,
steaks, cutlets and cooking
without a lid.
8
9
10
For browning of meat, cooked
potatoes, fried fish and for
boiling large quantities of
water.
11
12
Rapid frying, grilled steaks,
etc.
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
= Warming
= Cooking
= Roasting - Frying
Fig. 4.3
Type of cooking
Do not scratch the cooktop with cutting or sharp objects.
Do not use the cooktop as a work surface.
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Caution! the cooking hob becomes very hot during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
HINTS FOR SAFE USE OF
THE HOBS
– Before switching on, check which
knob controls the required hob. You
are advised to place the saucepan on
the hob before switching on and to
take it off after switching off.
– Use saucepans with an even flat bottom (be careful of cast iron
saucepans). Uneven bottoms can
scratch the pyroceram surface. Check
that the bottom is clean and dry.
– Check that the saucepan handle does
not protrude from the top to avoid
knocking it over. This precaution also
makes it more difficult for children to
reach the saucepan.
– Do not use the top if the surface is
broken or damaged.
– Do not bend over the hobs when they
are on.
– Do not leave aluminium foil, greaseproof paper etc. or plastic on the hob
when it is hot.
– Remember that the hobs stay hot for
quite a long time (approx. 30 min.)
after they have been switched off.
– Scrupulously follow the cleaning
instructions.
– Do not drop heavy or sharp objects on
the glass ceramic cooktop.
– If you note a crack in the cooktop,
switch
the
appliance
off
immediately and call the After-Sales
Service.
– Never cook the food directly on the
glass ceramic cooktop, but in special
pans or containers.
Fig. 4.4
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
GENERAL
RECOMANDATION
✓ Before you begin cleaning you
must ensure that the hob is
switched off.
It is advisable to clean when the
appliance is cold and especially when
cleaning the enamelled parts.
✓ All enamelled surfaces have to be
washed with soapy water or some
other non-abrasive product with a
sponge and are to be dried preferably
with a soft cloth.
✓ Avoid leaving alkaline or acid
substances (lemon juice, vinegar etc.)
on the surfaces.
CONTROL KNOB
✓ The control knobs may be removed
for cleaning but care should be taken
not to damage the seal.
GLASS LID (optional for gas
and electric plates models)
✓ Do not close the glass lid when the
gas burners or the electrical plates
are still hot and when the oven,
installed below the cooking hob is
on or still hot.
✓ Do not rest hot pans or heavy
objects on the cooker lid.
✓ Remove any spillages from the
surface of the lid before opening.
ENAMELLED PARTS
✓ All the enamelled parts must be
cleaned with a sponge and soapy
water only or other non-abrasive
products.
✓ Dry preferably with a chamois leather.
If acid substances such as lemon
juice, tomato conserve, vinegar etc.
are left on the enamel for a long time
they will etch it, making it opaque.
STAINLESS STEEL ELEMENTS
✓ Stainless steel parts must be rinsed
with water and dried with a soft and
clean cloth or with a chamois
leather.
✓ For difficult dirt, usea specific nonabrasive product available
commercially or a little hot vinegar.
✓ Note: regular use could cause
discolouring around the burners,
because of the high flame
temperature.
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GAS TAPS
✓ In the event of operating faults in
the gas taps, call the Service
Department.
BURNERS AND GRIDS
C
F
T
✓ These parts can be removed and
cleaned with appropriate products.
✓ After cleaning, the burners and their
flame distributors must be well dried
and correctly replaced.
✓ It is very important to check that the
burner flame distributor and the cap
has been correctly positioned failure to do so can cause serious
problems.
✓ In appliances with electric ignition
keep the electrode clean so that the
sparks always strike.
✓ Note: To avoid damage to the
electric ignition do not use it
when the burners are not in
place.
S
Fig. 5.1
A
Fig. 5.2
B
Fig. 5.3
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CORRECT REPLACEMENT
OF THE BURNERS
TRIPLE RING BURNER
It is very important to check that the
burner flame distributor F and the cap C
has been correctly positioned (see figs.
5.1 and 5.5 ) failure to do so can cause
serious problems.
Check that the electrode “S” (fig. 5.1) is
always clean to ensure trouble-free
sparking.
In the models with safety device, check
that the probe “T” (fig. 5.1) next to each
burner is always clean to ensure correct
operation of the safety valves.
Both the probe and ignition plug must
be very carefully cleaned.
The triple ring burner must be correctly
positioned (see fig. 5.2); the burner rib
must be enter in their logement as
shown by the arrow.
Fig. 5.4
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Then position the cap A and the ring
B (fig. 5.3 - 5.4).
The burner correctly positioned must
not rotate (fig. 5.3).
Fig. 5.5
CLEANING ELECTRIC
HOTPLATES
✓ Always clean when the hotplate is
tepid.
✓ Use a soft cloth, dampened with
water, and a little salt. To finish off,
use a soft cloth with a little oil.
✓ Do not use water, to avoid the
formation of rust.
Fig. 5.6
VITROCERAMIC HOB
Before cleaning the top, make
sure that it is switched off.
Remove any encrustation using a
special scraper which can be bought
(fig. 5.6).
Remove dust using a damp cloth.
Detergents can be used as long as they
are not abrasive or corrosive.
All residues of detergent must be
eliminated with a damp cloth.
Do not scratch the cooktop with
cutting or sharp objects.
Do not use the cooktop as a
work surface.
Do not use steam jet cleaners
because the humidity could
infiltrate into the appliance making
it dangerous.
Keep all objects that could be melted by
the heat away from the top: plastic
objects, aluminium foil, sugar or sugary
products.
If an object melts on the top, remove
immediately (while the top is still hot)
using the special scraper to avoid
permanent damage to the pyroceram
surface.
Avoid using knives and pointed objects
as they could damage the surface of the
top.
Also avoid using abrasive sponges or
wire wool which can permanently
scratch the pyroceram surface.
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Installation advice
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INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT
✓ The appliance should be installed by a QUALIFIED INSTALLATION TECHNICIAN.
Failure to comply with this condition will render the guarantee invalid.
✓ The appliance must be installed in compliance with regulations in force in your
country and in observation of the manufacturer's instructions.
✓ Always unplug the appliance before carrying out any maintenance operations or
repairs.
✓ Before any operation of cleaning and maintenance disconnect the appliance from
the electrical network.
✓ The appliance must be housed in heat-resistant units.
✓ These tops are designed to be embedded into kitchen fixtures measuring 600
mm in depth.
✓ The walls of the units must not be higher than work top and must be
capable of resisting temperatures of 75 °C above room temperature.
✓ Do not instal the appliance near inflammable materials (eg. curtains).
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GAS COOKING HOBS
510
510
30
288
30
288
50
50
490
+0
–2
0
27
490
+0 2
–
+0
–2
27
Fig. 6.1a
Before installing the cooktop, remove the
protective film.
This cooktop can be built into a working
surface 20 to 40 mm thick and 600 mm
deep.
+0 2
–
Fig. 6.1b
– the coatings of the walls of the unit or
appliances near the cooktop must be
heat resistant ("Y" protection against
heating in compliance with standards
EN 60335-2-6).
Do not instal the appliance near
inflammable materials (eg. curtains).
450 mm
In order to install the cooker top into the
kitchen fixture, a hole with the dimensions
shown in figs. 6.1a - 6.1b has to be made,
keeping in consideration the following:
– within the fixture, between the bottom side
of the cooker top and the upper surface
of any other appliance or internal shelf
there must be a clearance of at least 30
mm;
– the cooker top must be kept no less than
100 mm away from any side wall;
– the cooker top must be kept at a distance
of no less than 50 mm from the rear wall.
– there must be a distance of at least 650
mm between the hob and any wall
cupboard or extractor hood positioned
immediately above (see fig. 6.2)
Fig. 6.2
650 mm
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
FOR THE INSTALLER
0
19
WITH CUPBOARD DOORS
(fig. 6.3)
;;;;;;;
;@@
;;@
;@;@
Fig. 6.3
Cupboard
door
Space for
connections
30 mm
Clearance
;;;;;
;;;;;;;;
;;
The fixture has to be made according to
specific requirements in order to prevent
the gas burners from going out, even
when the flame is turned down to minimum, due to pressure changes while
opening or closing the cupboard doors.
It is recommended that a 30 mm clearance be left between the cooker top and
the fixture surface beneath it.
FASTENING THE COOKTOP
(fig. 6.4)
A
A
Each cooktop is supplied with a set of
tabs and screws to fasten it on units with
a working surface from 2 to 4 cm deep.
A
A
The kit includes 4 tabs “A” and 4 selfthreading screws “B”.
✓ Cut the unit.
✓ Stretch gasket “D” over the edge of
the hole made, being careful to overlay the junction edges
✓ Turn the cooktop over and put tabs “A”
(fig. 6.4) into the mountings, only tighten screws “B” a few turns.
Make sure that the tabs are mounted
correctly as shown in the figure 6.4.
Turn the tabs so that the cooktop can
be put into the hole.
Fig. 6.4
C
✓ Put the cooktop into the hole cut into
the unit and position it correctly.
D
✓ Put tabs “A”; into place, tooth “C” of
the tabs should go into the hole.
✓ Tighten screws “B” until the cooktop is
completely secured.
20
A
40 mm max.
B
Fig. 6.5
20 mm min.
✓ Using a sharp tool cut off the part of
gasket “D” which protrudes from the
cooktop.
CHOOSING SUITABLE
SURROUNDINGS
(for gas models)
Extractor hood for
products of
combustion
H min 650 mm
The room where the gas appliance is to
be installed must have a natural flow of
air so that the gas can burn (in
compliance with the current laws in
force).
The flow of air must come directly from
one or more openings made in the
outside walls with a free area of at least
100 cm2.
If the appliance does not have a noflame safety device this opening must
have an area of at least 200 cm2.
The openings should be near the floor
and preferably on the side opposite the
exhaust for combustion products and
must be so made that they cannot be
blocked from either the outside or the
outside.
When these openings cannot be made,
the necessary air can come from an
adjacent room which is ventilated as
required, as long as it is not a bedroom
or a danger area (in compliance with the
current laws in force).
In this case, the kitchen door must allow
the passage of the air.
DISCHARGING PRODUCTS
OF COMBUSTION
Extractor hoods connected directly to
the outside must be provided, to allow
the products of combustion in the gas
appliance to be discharged (fig. 6.6).
If this is not possible, an electric fan
may be used, attached to the external
wall or the window; the fan should have
a capacity to circulate air at an hourly
rate of 3-5 times the total volume of the
kitchen (fig. 6.7).
The fan can only be installed if the
room has suitable vents to allow air to
enter, as described under the heading
“Choosing suitable surroundings” (in
compliance with the current laws in
force).
Electric fan to
extract products of
combustion
Air vent
Fig. 6.6
Air vent
Fig. 6.7
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ELECTRICAL PLATES AND VITROCERAMIC COOKING HOBS
288
510
510
30
288
50
50
0
27
490
+02
–
Fig. 6.8a
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
FOR THE INSTALLER
Before installing the cooktop, remove
the protective film.
These cooking hobs are designed to be
embedded into kitchen fixtures measuring 600 mm in depth and from 20 to 40
mm thick, for 2 electrical plates hob, and
from 30 to 40 mm thick for vitroceramic
hob.
In order to install the cooker top into the
kitchen fixture, a hole with the
dimensions shown in figs. 6.8a and 6.8b
has to be made, keeping in consideration
the following:
– within the fixture, between the bottom
side of the cooker top and the upper
surface of any other appliance or
internal shelf there must be a
clearance of at least 30 mm;
– the cooker top must be kept no less
than 50 mm away from any side wall;
– the cooker top must be kept at a
distance of no less than 50 mm from
the rear wall.
– there must be a distance of at least
650 mm between the hob and any wall
cupboard or extractor hood positioned
immediately above (see fig. 6.9).
0
27
+02
–
Fig. 6.8b
– the coatings of the walls of the unit or
appliances near the cooktop must be
heat resistant ("Y" protection against
heating in compliance with standards
EN 60335-2-6).
Do not instal the appliance near
inflammable materials (eg. curtains).
50 mm
Fig. 6.9
22
+
– 20
650 mm
+
– 20
450 mm
490
FASTENING THE COOKTOP
A
A
A
A
Each cooker top is provided with an
installation kit including brackets and
screws for fastening the top to fixture
panels from 20-30 to 40 mm thick, figs.
6.11 (2 electrical plates hob) e 6.12 (vitroceramic hob).
✓ Cut the unit.
✓ Stretch gasket “D” over the edge of
the hole made, being careful to overlay the junction edges
✓ Turn the cooktop over and put tabs
“A” (fig. 6.10) into the mountings, only
tighten screws “B” a few turns.
Make sure that the tabs are mounted
correctly as shown in the figures 6.11
and 6.12. Turn the tabs so that the
cooktop can be put into the hole.
Fig. 6.10
C
D
✓ Put the cooktop into the hole cut into
the unit and position it correctly.
✓ Put tabs “A”; into place, tooth “C” of
the tabs should go into the hole.
✓ Using a sharp tool cut off the part of
gasket “D” which protrudes from the
cooktop.
D
B
Fig. 6.12
40 mm max.
C
40 mm max.
A
20 mm min.
B
Fig. 6.11
30 mm min.
✓ Tighten screws “B” until the cooktop is
completely secured.
A
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7
GAS SECTION
TYPES OF GASES
The gases normally used may be
grouped, in view of their features, in
three families:
- L.P.G. (in cylinders)
G30
- NATURAL GAS (methane)
G20
- CITY GAS
G110
INSTALLATION
The appliance is predisposed and adjusted to operate with the gas indicated on
the specifications plate applied onto the
appliance.
If the appliance must be operated with a
gas different than that indicated on the
plate, it is necessary to execute the following operations:
– gas connection
– replacement of the injectors
– regulating of the minimum
Gas connection for:
Natural gas G20 or city gas G110
✓ Remove the adapter “C” using two
spanners.
✓ Connect the cooking hob to the gas
net by a suitable rubber tube (inside
diameter 13 mm).
Make sure the tube is snugly fit at both
ends and use a standard tube clamp
(not supplied) to fasten it.
L.P.G. (in cylinders) G30
✓ Fit up the adapter “C” to the adapter
“B” interposing gasket “E”. Tighten
using two spanners.
✓ Connect the cooking hob to the
cylinder pressure regulator by a
suitable rubber tube (inside diameter
8 mm).
Make sure the tube is snugly fit at both
ends and use a standard tube clamp
(not supplied) to fasten it.
Gas connection
The connection must be executed by
qualified technician according to the relevant standard.
The fitting (fig. 7.1) is made up of:
✓ 1 elbow fitting “A”
✓ 1 adapter “B” for natural or city gas
✓ 1 adapter “C” for L.P.G.
✓ gaskets “D”, “E” and “F”
D
The hob must be installed in a room with
adequate ventilation.
B
A
F
E
C
Fig. 7.1
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ROTATION OF THE ELBOW
The appliance is supplied with a gas connection oriented towards the centre of
the cooking hob.
The connection to the gas supply must
be effected only from this side or in vertical position by turning the elbow downwards.
To turn the elbow, follow these operations:
✓ loosen the nut
✓ turn the elbow
✓ lock the nut
✓ make sure that there are no leakages
by a soapy solution
IMPORTANT:
✓ Never attempt to turn the elbow
“A” without having first slackened
off the relative lock nipple.
✓ The seals “D-E-F” (fig. 7.1) are the
elements that guarantees the seal
in the gas connection.
It is recommended that they be
replaced whenever they shows
even the slightest deformation or
imperfection.
✓ After connecting to the mains,
check that the couplings are
correctly sealed, using soapy
solution, but never a naked flame.
✓ The connection with rigid metal
pipes should not cause stresses to
the hob ramp.
✓ If the rubber tube is used for the
gas connection:
- Make sure the tube is snugly fit
at both ends and use a standard
tube clamp (not supplied) to
fasten it.
- The rubber tube must be as short
as possible, without contractions
or kinks.
- The rubber tube must never be at
any point in its lenght in contact
with the “hot” parts.
- From time to time check to make
sure that the rubber is in perfect
condition and substitute it at
printed due date or if it shows
signs of wearing or damage.
Fig. 7.2
ATTENTION:
DO NOT FORCE THE
ELBOW ROTATION
PRIOR TO LOOSENING
THE NUT.
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ADAPTING THE APPLIANCE
TO FUNCTION WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF GAS
OPERATIONS TO BE PERFORMED WHEN SUBSTITUTING THE INJECTORS
If a gas different from that indicated on the
label is used, adapt the cooktop to this new
function.
If the injectors are not supplied they
can be obtained from the “Service
Centre”.
Select the injectors to be replaced
according to the table at page 27).
The nozzle diameters, expressed in
hundredths of a millimetre, are marked
on the body of each injector.
✓ Remove the gratings, the burner
covers and the knobs;
✓ Using a wrench substitute the nozzle
injectors “J” (Fig. 7.3 - 7.4) with
those most suitable for the kind of
gas for which it is to be used.
The burner are conceived in such a
way so as not to require the regulation of the primary air.
J
J
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Fig. 7.3
Fig. 7.4
TABLE FOR THE CHOICE OF THE INJECTORS for
burners with safety valve device
NOMINAL
POWER
REDUCED
POWER
LPG
NATURAL GAS
TOWN GAS
[Hs - kW]
[Hs - kW]
Ø injector
[1/100 mm]
Ø injector
[1/100 mm]
Ø injector
[1/100 mm]
Semi-rapid (SR)
1,75
0,45
65
97
190
Rapid (R)
3,00
0,75
85
115
300
Triple ring (TR)
3,50
1,50
95
135
340
BURNERS
TABLE FOR THE CHOICE OF THE INJECTORS for
burners without safety valve device
NOMINAL
POWER
REDUCED
POWER
LPG
NATURAL GAS
TOWN GAS
[Hs - kW]
[Hs - kW]
Ø injector
[1/100 mm]
Ø injector
[1/100 mm]
Ø injector
[1/100 mm]
Semi-rapid (SR)
1,75
0,45
65
97
190
Rapid (R)
3,00
0,75
85
115
260
Triple ring (TR)
3,50
1,50
95
135
290
BURNERS
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REGULATING THE BURNER
MINIMUM SETTING
When switching from one type of gas to
another, the minimum flow rate must
also be correct: the flame should not go
out even when passing suddenly from
maximum to minimum flame.
To regulate the flame follow the instructions below:
– Light the burner
– Set the cock valve to minimum
LUBRICATING THE GAS TAPS
If one of the gas taps becomes difficult to
turn, dismantle it, thoroughly clean with
petrol and apply special high-temperature
grease.
These operations must be performed by
a specialised engineer.
On gas valves provided with adjustment screw in the centre of the shaft
(fig. 7.5):
– Using a screwdriver with max. diameter 3 mm, turn the screw inside the tap
until the correct setting is obtained.
On gas valves provided with adjustment screw on the valve body (fig. 7.6):
– Turn the screw “A” to the correct setting with a screwdriver.
For G 30/G 31 gas, tighten the adjustment screw completely.
A
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Fig. 7.5
Fig. 7.6
8
ELECTRICAL SECTION
IMPORTANT: Installation has to be
carried out according to the instructions provided by the manufacturer.
Incorrect installation might cause
harm and damage to people, animals or objects, for which the manufacturer accepts no responsibility.
DETAILS
✓ Connection to the electric power supply must be carried out by a qualified
technician and following the appropriate safety regulations;
✓ Before carrying out the connection to
the power supply, the voltage rating of
the appliance (stamped on the appliance identification plate) must be
checked for correspondence to the
available mains supply voltage, and
the mains electric wiring should be
capable of handling the cooker’s
power rating (also indicated on the
identification plate);
✓ The appliance is supplied without a
power supply plug and therefore if you
are not connecting directly to the
mains, a standardized plug suitable for
the load must be fitted.
✓ The power point must be connected to
a suitable earth wiring, in conformity to
current safety regulations.
✓ The colours of the wires in the hob
power cable may not correspond with
the colours marked on the terminals of
your electrical plug. The plug should in
any case be wired as follows:
– connect the green/yellow wire to the
terminal marked with the letter PE or
the earth symbol or coloured
green/yellow;
– connect the blue wire to the terminal
marked with the letter N or coloured
black;
– connect the brown wire to the terminal marked with the letter L or
coloured red.
✓ It is possible to connect the appliance
directly to the mains supply by means
of a heavy duty switch with 3 mm minimum distance between the contacts.
✓ The power supply cord must not touch
against any hot surfaces and must be
placed so that its temperature does
not exceed 75°C at any point along its
length.
✓ After having installed the appliance,
the power switch or power plug must
always be in a accessible position.
✓ The appliance must have its own
supply; any other appliances installed
near it must be supplied separately.
– N.B. For connections to the mains
power supply, never use adaptors,
reductions or multiple power points
as these may overheat and catch fire.
In the event that installation should
require modifications to the mains supply
wiring system, it is recommended that a
qualified technician be called to carry out
substitution.
The technician will also have to verify
that the cross-section of the electric
cables on the power point match the
appliance’s power rating.
Connection to a good earth wiring system
is absolutely essential.
The manufacturer accepts no responsibility
for any inconvenience caused by failure to
comply with this rule.
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REPAIRS
REPLACING THE POWER SUPPLY
CABLE (for 2 electrical plates and
vitroceramic models)
Turn the cooktop over and unhook the
terminal board cover by inserting a
screwdriver into the two hooks “A” (fig.
8.1).
Open the cable gland by unscrewing
screw “F” (fig. 8.2), unscrew the terminal
screws and remove the cable.
The new supply cable, of suitable type
and section, is connected to the terminal
board following the diagram fig. 8.3.
A
Fig. 8.1
REPLACING THE POWER SUPPLY
CABLE (for gas models)
- The supply cable must be replaced with
a cable of the same type.
- The electrical cable must be connected
to the terminal board following the diagrams of fig. 8.4.
F
FEEDER CABLE SECTION
GAS COOKING HOB
type “H05V2V2-F” or “H05RR-F”
resistance to temperatures of 90°C
Fig. 8.2
230 V~
3 x 0,75 mm2
ELECTRIC HOTPLATES COOKING
HOB
The external diameter of the supply
cable must not be more than 9 mm.
tipo “H05RR-F”
230 V
230 V
L
230 V~
3 x 1,50 mm2
N
VITROCERAMIC COOKING HOB
L1
The external diameter of the supply
cable must not be more than 9 mm.
N (L 2)
PE
Fig. 8.3
30
type “H05RR-F”
Fig. 8.4
230 V~
3 x 1,50 mm2
31
Rif. 1546.4
Descriptions and illustrations in this booklet are given as simply indicative.
The manufacturer reserves the right, considering the characteristics of the models described here, at any
time and without notice, to make eventual necessary modifications for their construction or for commercial
needs.
Cod. 1101960
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