Cannon 10460G Electric Pressure Cooker User Manual

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Instructions for Installation and Use
Model 10460G
The Recipe Book
Cannon has come up with a small recipe book - which is practical, full of helpful tips and easy to use - to help you
rediscover the delights of cooking.
It contains a wide variety of handy tips to keep in mind to try out new dishes effortlessly.
It also has 9 recipes preprogrammed into the oven, so thanks to the interactive display, once you have done the preparation
all you have to do is make one simple selection.
To the Installer
Before installation fill in the product details on the back cover this book.
The information can be found on the rating plate.
To the User
You must read the instructions prior to installing and using the appliance and
then retain them for future reference.
CANNON COOKERS
Design and power
Cannon's attention to both the quality and design of its cookers has led to it being to the N°1 cooker manufacturer within the
UK.
Cannon works hard to ensure that your cooker offers a quality finish with reliable cooking flexibility. We have developed a system
that offers you 9 different cooking methods - each providing the perfect combination of humidity level, air (ventilated or not)and
positioning af heat sources for your specific cooking needs.
Keep this booklet in a safe place and read it carefully; it will help you get the best use from your cooker.
This booklet provides information on your cooker's technical specifications, cooking methods, functions, accessories etc.
ENJOY COOKING with
Safety precautions
1. This appliance has been designed for private, nonprofessional use in normal dwellings.
2. Read the recommendations in this instruction booklet
carefully, as they give important advice regarding
safe installation, use and maintenance. Keep this
booklet in a safe place for further reference when
required.
3. Oven accessories which may come into contact with
food are made of materials which comply with the
contents of EEC Regulation 89/109 of 21.12.88 and
national regulations in force.
4. After having removed the packaging, check that the
appliance is intact. If in doubt, do not use the appliance
and contact professionally qualified personnel.
5. Some parts are covered with a removable scratch-proof
film. Before using the appliance the film should be
removed and the underlying part cleaned with a cloth and
a non-abrasive household cleaning product. When
switching on for the first time, it is advisable to heat the
empty oven at maximum temperature for about 30
minutes to eliminate any residue from manufacture.
6. All installation and adjustment operations should be
carried out by qualified technicians in accordance with
current regulations. Specific indications are given in the
“instructions for the installer” paragraph.
7. Before connecting the appliance, make sure that the data
on the rating plate (situated on the rear part of the
appliance and on the last page of the instruction booklet)
correspond to those of the mains electricity and gas
supplies.
8. During operation, the oven glass door and adjacent parts
of the appliance become hot. Make sure, therefore, that
children do not touch the appliance.
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For greater safety, an additional child-safety device is
available from our Head Office and our Authorised Service Centres (see enclosed list). When ordering this,
please give the code: BAB - followed by the appliance
model. The model is stamped on the plate which is visible on the front part of the oven upon opening the
door.
9. Check that the capacity of the electrical system and the
power outlets are suitable for the maximum power of the
appliance, indicated on the rating plate. If in doubt,
consult a professionally qualified technician.
10. Periodically check the condition of the gas connection
pipe and have it replaced by a qualified technician as
soon as it shows any signs of wear or anomaly.
11. Under no circumstances should the user replace the
power supply cable or the gas connection pipe of this
appliance. In the event of damage or the necessity for
replacement, only contact an authorised service centre.
12. Do not leave the appliance plugged in if it is not in use.
Switch off the main switch and gas supply when you are
not using the cooker.
13. The burners and the cast-iron pan supports remain hot
for a long time after use. Take care not to touch them.
14. To avoid accidental spillage do not use cookware with
uneven or deformed bottoms on the burners.
15. Never use flammable liquids such as alcohol or gasoline,
etc. near the appliance when it is in use.
16. Do not use steam cleaners to clean your oven.
17. If the cooker is placed on a pedestal, take the necessary
precautions to prevent the same from sliding off the
pedestal itself.
Description of cooker
Raised rear edge
hob
Control panel
Multifunctional oven with
catalytic self-cleaning system
Storage drawer
Description of the hob [clockwise, from left to right]
Rear left burner:
Semi-rapid - 1.65 kW
Central burner external: Central burner internal:
DC-DR - 4.10 kW
DC-DR - 0,90 kW
Rear right burner:
Semi-rapid - 1.65 kW
Front left burner:
Auxiliary - 1 kW
Control panel
Cast-iron pan supports
flush with work surface (3)
Front right burner:
Rapid - 3 kW
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Using the burners
To ignite a burner, proceed as follows:
• Press in and turn the relative knob anti-clockwise until the
pointer is on the high-flame symbol;
• press the knob down fully and activate the automatic gas
ignition
;
• keep the knob pressed down for about 10 seconds with the
flame lit to allow the safety thermocouple to be heated;
• release the knob, checking that the flame is stable. If it is
not, repeat the operation.
For minimum power, turn the knob towards the low flame
symbol. Intermediate positions are possible by simply
putting the knob anywhere between the high and the low
flame symbol.
To turn off the burner, turn the knob clockwise to the off
position " ".
Adjusting the flame level
The flame level is adjusted by pressing the control knob
and turning it anticlockwise to the following positions:
Black circle = off
full flame = on
small flame = reduced gas flow
Important:
• Do not activate the automatic ignition device for more than
15 consecutive seconds.
• Difficulty in ignition is sometimes due to air inside the gas
duct.
• If a burner flame accidentally goes out, the gas continues
to exit for a few moments before the safety device
activates. Turn the control knob to the off position and do
not attempt ignition again for at least 1 minute, thereby
letting the gas disperse, which could otherwise be a
danger.
• When the appliance is not in operation, check that the
knobs are in the off position " ". The main gas supply cutoff cock should also be closed.
Using the burners
To obtain maximum efficiency from the burners, it is
advisable to only use pans with a diameter suitable for the
burner being used, so that the flame does not extend beyond
the pan base (see following table).
When a liquid starts boiling, it is advisable to turn the flame
down just enough to keep the liquid simmering.
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Burner
ø Cookware diameter (cm)
A. Auxiliary
6 – 14
B. Semi-Rapid
15 – 20
C. Rapid
21 – 26
D. Double Flame (DC DR internal)
10-14
D. Double Flame (DC DR external)
24-28
The “separate double flame” burner
This burner consists of two concentric burners which can
operate either together or separately.
Use of the double flame on the maximum setting gives a
very high power which reduces cooking times with respect
to conventional burners.
Moreover the double flame crown provides a more uniform
distribution of heat on the bottom of the pan, when using
both burners on minimum.
Pots and pans of all sizes can be used. In the case of the
smaller pots and pans we recommend the use of only the
internal burner.
There is a separate control knob for each of the “separate
double flame” burners.
The knob marked by the symbol
operates the external
burner;
operates the internal
The knob marked by the symbol
burner.
To turn on one of the rings, press the relative knob in all the
way and turn it anti-clockwise to the high setting
. The
burner is fitted with an electronic igniter that automatically
starts when the knob is pressed in.
Since the burner is equipped with a safety device "F",
after lighting the burner keep the knob pressed in for about
10 seconds to allow the device which keeps the flame lit
automatically to heat up.
To turn off a burner, turn the knob clockwise until it stops
(it should be on the “ ” setting).
To obtain the best results with the cooktop, several
fundamental rules should be followed while cooking or
preparing food. Use cookware with a flat bottom to make
certain that the pot sets properly on the cooking area.
Note
Note When there is no electricity supply, the burners can
be lit with a match after turning the control knob to the
flame position.
Description of the oven
Shelf
Halogen lighting
Spit unit
Enamelled tray
Door
Oven accessories
Your oven has 3 racks that slide in and
out on rollers for easy access.
Level 3
Level 2
Level 1
4 spit forks
1 handle
2 supports
1 spit rod
Your oven is supplied with:
- 2 nickel-plated shelves
- 1 enamelled tray
- 1 spit unit
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Oven control panel
Clock
Indicator light
Temperature selector
Cooking mode selector
Programmer
Auto-timer
Cooking time
End time of cooking
+/manual mode
Knob selects «M» the cooking mode
Turn knob «M» to select the temperature required.
Note
The oven will begin to heat up as soon as
the temperature is selected.
Knob «T» selects the temperature
Turn knob «T» to select the temperature required.
Note
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The indicator light comes on when you have selected the temperature. It indicates that the oven is heating up.
When the light goes out, the required temperature has been reached inside the oven. When the light alternately
comes on and goes out, it means that the thermostat is working properly to maintain the oven temperature.
Electric Timer
The electronic programmer has the function of automatically
switching on the oven (at the required time) and switching
it off at the end of the set cooking time. The 4 figure luminous
display showing the actual time and the programming times,
also shows the current state of the oven by means of the
following symbols:
Oven on
Minute minder
Automatic programme AUTO
Point • (this divides the hour from the minutes on the
display). All the functions may be programmed for a total of
23 h and 59 min. Maximum cooking time is 10 hours.
Adjusting the clock
(At installation, after power failures, clock in advance or
behind). Select manual mode by pressing key , adjust
the hour and minutes using the - and +. keys.
Manual oven mode (Programming excluded)
Press the key ; and the oven is switched on, the AUTO
symbol goes out and the
(oven on) symbol comes on.
This operation erases any set programme.
Semi-automatic oven mode
1st example: start in manual cooking mode - programmed
cooking time.
• Put the food to be cooked in the oven.
key (duration) and adjust the cooking
Press the
time using the - and + keys: the oven switches on, the
AUTO and
(oven on) symbols light up.
• Turn the selector and the thermostat knobs onto the
required function and temperature respectively.
• At the end of the set cooking time, the oven is
automatically switched off, the symbol (oven on) goes
out and the AUTO symbol blinks; an acoustic signal
sounds.
2nd example: start with manual cooking mode - end with
programmed cooking mode.
• Put the food to be cooked in the oven.
•
•
•
•
Press the
key (end of cooking) and adjust the end
of cooking time using the - and + keys: the oven switches
on, the AUTO and
symbols light up.
Turn the selector and the thermostat knobs onto the
required function and temperature respectively.
At the end of cooking, the oven is automatically switched
off, the
symbol (oven on) goes out and the AUTO
symbol blinks; an acoustic signal sounds.
Automatic oven mode (programmed cooking duration and
end)
• Put the food to be cooked in the oven.
•
Press the key
(Duration) and adjust the cooking
time using the - and + keys: the AUTO and
(oven on)
symbols light up (the oven switches on).
•
Press the key
(end of cooking) and adjust the end
of cooking time using the - and + keys: the
symbol
goes out (the oven switches off).
Turn the selector and the thermostat knobs onto the
required function and temperature respectively.
The programmer automatically sets the start of cooking
time, which is shown by the symbol (oven on) coming
on. When the cooking time has elapsed, the oven is
automatically switched off, the (oven on) symbol goes
out and the AUTO symbol blinks; an acoustic signal
sounds.
•
•
Minute minder
Press the
key (minute minder) and set the time required
using the - and + keys. An acoustic signal sounds at the
end of the programme.
Buzzer
The buzzer emits a sound for 7 minutes after the end of the
selected programme; it may be stopped by pressing any
function key. It is possible to choose 3 different types of
acoustic signal. By pressing the - key the actual signal
tone appears. Now, within 7 seconds, every further press
of the - key changes the signal tone.
Program control
Press the key
and the key
for the remaining time to be displayed,
to check the end of cooking time.
Erasing programs
Once a program has been carried out, it is automatically
erased; it can also be cancelled by pressing the key
(manual).
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Comments from our cookery consultant
Your oven’s various cooking modes were devised in consultation with the Cannon cookery consultant. He is a professional
chef and is an integral member of Cannon research and development team.
The cooking modes, temperatures and oven shelf levels reflect our expert’s own experience in the kitchen, and will allow
you to achieve the best cooking results with a variety of dishes.
Recommendation:
• Take care not to touch the heating elements inside the oven during use, as they become very hot.
• Do not place dishes or aluminium foil on the interior base of the oven, as you will cause permanent damage to the
enamel surface.
Cooking modes
Cannon ovens use different techniques to produce, circulate and preserve heat. Your oven has 9 cooking modes, each adapted
for a different type of cooking style. The symbols make it very easy to choose the function you require.
Defrosting
Baking for bread, buns and pizzas
Pastry cooking for tarts and quiches
Roasting for au gratin dishes, poultry and meat
Spit-roasting for roasting on the spit.
Barbecue cooking for au gratin dishes and grilling meats.
Traditional for classic cooking
Forced air for cooking on several levels at once
Fish for cooking different types of fish
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Defrosting
Care must be taken when defrosting food so that the outer parts, which defrost first, do not develop harmful bacteria.
Food is generally defrosted in the refrigerator: this is known as slow defrosting.
You can halve the defrosting time by using the oven.
This is suitable for:
- foods to be eaten raw/uncooked (strawberries, etc.),
- foods to be cooked - i.e. a chicken will defrost in half the normal time.
Defrosted foods should be eaten soon after defrosting. Place food to be defrosted on a shelf at level 1.
Turn knob «M» to select the symbol
Note
.
When the food has defrosted, do not forget to turn
knob «M» to «0» to switch off the oven.
Baking
This mode is particularly suitable for pastries (preparations using baking powder). It helps prevent the dough drying
out, and favours rising before the surface becomes golden and crusty, giving beautiful baking results.
We recommend that you preheat the oven. Place your preparation on a shelf at level 1.
1 - Turn knob «M» to select the symbol
.
2 - Select the temperature with knob
Recommended temperature: 160°C.
Note
Wait until the oven has heated up and the indicator light has gone out before placing the dish in the
oven.
Note
At the end of the cooking cycle, turn knob «M» to «0» to switch off the oven.
Note
If you wish to delay the start of cooking, or programme a cooking time, see pages 6.
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Pastry cooking
This cooking mode is particularly suited to tarts, quiches, etc. The pastry case bakes perfectly, while the filling
does not overcook.
Use a shelf at level 1. We recommend that you preheat the oven.
1 - Turn knob «M» to select the symbol
.
2 - Select the temperature with knob «T».
Recommended temperature: 220°C
Note
Wait until the oven has heated up and the indicator light
has gone out before placing the dish in the oven.
Note
At the end of the cooking cycle, turn knob «M» to «0» to switch off the oven.
Note
If you wish to delay the start of cooking, or programme a cooking time,
see pages 6.
Roasting
This cooking mode is particularly suitable for red or white meats, au gratin dishes, etc. For roasting, we
recommend a temperature of 200°C.
Use a shelf with the enamelled tray to catch the roasting juices, both at level 1. We recommend that you
preheat the oven.
1 - Turn knob «M» to select the symbol
.
2 - Select the temperature with knob «T».
Recommended temperature: 200°C
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Note
Wait until the oven has heated up and the indicator light
has gone out before placing the dish in the oven.
Note
At the end of the cooking cycle, turn knob «M» to «0» to switch off the oven.
Note
If you wish to delay the start of cooking, or programme a cooking time,
see pages 6.
Note
During grilling, do not set the thermostat knob to above 200°C and
keep the oven door closed.
Spit-roasting
The spit unit supplied with your oven consists of:
4 spit forks
1 handle
2 supports
1 spit rod
•
•
The 2 supports should be attached to the enamelled tray, which must be placed at level 1 so that the spit rod
can be attached to the motor bracket inside the oven on the right.
The meat is skewered by the spit rod and held in place with the four sliding forks which are then tightened
onto the spit rod with thumbscrews.
Note
When you are assembling the spit unit, take care that the spit rod is properly fitted into the
motor bracket.
- Push the spit rod through the centre of the piece(s) of meat,
- Ensure the meat is in the centre of the spit rod.
The detachable heatproof handle screws into the front end of the spit.
- This ensures the spit rod is sufficiently long for roasting large pieces of meat.
- It prevents you from burning yourself when removing the meat after roasting.
Screw the handle all the way on before removing the spit.
This cooking mode is particularly suitable for roasting on the spit with the oven door closed. The pieces of meat
rotate slowly, browning evenly until they are cooked all the way through.
Use the enamelled tray to catch the roasting juices. We recommend that you start with a cold oven.
1 -Turn knob «M» to select the symbol
.
2 - Select the temperature with knob
«T».
Recommended temperature: 200 °C.
Note
Wait until the oven has heated up and the indicator light has gone out before
placing the food in the oven.
Note
At the end of the cooking cycle, turn knob «M» to «0» to switch off the oven.
Note
If you wish to delay the start of cooking, or programme a cooking time, see page 6.
Note
During grilling, do not set the thermostat knob to above 200°C and keep the oven door
closed.
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Barbecue cooking
Keep young children away from the oven when using the Barbecue mode as some exposed parts of the
oven will be hot.
This mode is particularly suitable for cooking ribs of beef, grilling meat and au gratin dishes or similar.
We recommend that you start with a cold oven.
Use the enamelled tray at level 1 to catch the cooking juices.
Place the meat on a shelf; the level of the shelf will depend on the thickness of the meat.
1 -Turn knob «M» to select the symbol
.
2 - Select the temperature with knob «T».
Recommended temperature: 200 °C.
Note
At the end of the cooking cycle, turn knob «M» to «0» to switch off the oven.
Note
During grilling, do not set the thermostat knob to above 200°C and keep
the oven door closed.
Note
If you wish to delay the start of cooking, or programme a cooking time,
see page 6.
Traditional for classic cooking
This mode is particularly suitable for dishes that need to cook slowly in the oven (casseroles, etc.) or when
using a bain-marie.
Use a shelf at level 1. We recommend that you preheat the oven.
1 -Turn knob «M» to select the symbol
.
2 - Select the temperature with knob «T».
Recommended temperature: 190 °C.
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Note
Wait until the oven has heated up and the indicator light has gone out before placing
the dish in the oven.
Note
At the end of the cooking cycle, turn knob «M» to «0» to switch off the oven.
Note
If you wish to delay the start of cooking, or programme a cooking time,
see page 6.
Forced air cooking
This mode is particularly suitable for cooking identical or different dishes on several levels. If you are cooking different
types of dish at the same time, their flavours will not mingle.
To use this function, all dishes must require cooking at the same temperature.
We recommend that you preheat the oven.
1 -Turn knob «M» to select the symbol
.
2 - Select the temperature with knob «T».
Recommended temperature: 200 °C.
Note
Wait until the oven has heated up and the indicator light has gone out before
placing the dish in the oven.
Note
At the end of the cooking cycle, turn knob «M» to «0» to switch off the oven.
Note
If you wish to delay the start of cooking, or programme a cooking
time, see page 6.
Fish cooking
This mode is particularly suitable for cooking all fish dishes, especially those that need to be left to cook slowly for
a while.
We recommend that you preheat the oven. Use a shelf at level 1.
1 -Turn knob «M» to select the symbol
.
2 - Select the temperature with knob «T».
Recommended temperature: 190 °C.
Note
Wait until the oven has heated up and the indicator light has gone out before placing
the dish in the oven.
Note
At the end of the cooking cycle, turn knob «M» to «0» to switch off the oven.
Note
If you wish to delay the start of cooking, or programme a cooking
time, see page 6.
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Self-decreasing by catalysis
In this process, the interior walls of the oven are coated with a self-degreasing catalytic enamel. This enamel oxydizes and
destroys all grease particles which splash on to the oven walls. The temperature of the walls must be over 170° for oxydization
to occur. The porosity of the catalytic enamel increases the surface exchange required for oxydizing the grease particles by
catalysis.
Différentes
étapesin
d'oxydation
des graisses
Stages
the oxidation
of grease
1
2
and fats
3
Coupe
Section
paroi
of d'une
catalytic
catalytique
enamel
Email
catalytique
Porous
catalytic
poreux
Enamel
Solid
Email
de masse
Tôle
d'acier
enamel
Steel sheet
Towards the end of the cooking period, if there are still traces of grease particles, leave the empty oven turned on with
the door closed, set the temperature selector to maximum, the function selection control to
for 60 to 90 minutes
according to the amount of grease residue. Hot water and a soft brush can also help remove spatterings of grease.
Important: The Cannon catalytic enamel is very resistant. However, scraping the enamel with sharp objects (a knife for
example) or cleaning with detergents and abrasives should be avoided as this may cause irreversible damage to the
self-degreasing agents in the enamel. The enamel is very resistant, and enables easy sliding action of the various
accessories (main rack, drip-pan, spit) without risk of damage to the enamel. Fine white dust may appear where the
surfaces make contact, however this is no cause for concern.
Observations:
1. If the walls need to be replaced, they are removable. Your local Cannondistributor will supply you with a new set.
2. The grill element and roof are self-cleaning by the automatic destruction of residues due to the heat emitted from the
element itself .
3. Other parts inside the oven such as the floor, the door the light fixture, can be cleaned with a soapy sponge. Rinse well
and dry.
The accessories are produced from quality materials for easy cleaning, like everyday tableware, in a dish-washer.
Tips and recommendations
First use:
• Before using your oven for the first time, heat it once while empty, in a well-ventilated room.
We recommend that you use the “Forced air”
mode at Maximum for 1 hour.
If your oven gives off a lot of smoke:
• Check that you have selected the appropriate function for the dish, that you are using the right accessories and
cooking at the recommended level.
• Also check the displayed temperature: it is probably too high for the dish in question.
• Check whether the oven needs cleaning. Smoke and acrid odours are often the result of charred deposits stuck to
the enamel.
If the fan continues to operate after the cooking ends:
• Do not be surprised if the fan continues to function even if you have turned the oven off. It will stop automatically
once the oven has cooled sufficiently.
If the oven does not heat up:
• Check:
- that the electrical fuses have not blown,
- that the circuit breaker has not been triggered,
- that there is no mains power supply failure.
If the problem persists, contact your Distributor or After-Sales Service representative.
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Installation
The air must be taken directly from the outside, from an area
far from sources of pollution.
The ventilation aperture must have the following
characteristics (fig.2A):
• total free cross section of passage of at least 6 cm² for
every kW of rated heating capacity of the appliance, with
a minimum of 100 cm² (the heating capacity is indicated
on the rating plate);
• it must be made in such a way that the aperture, both on
the inside and outside of the wall, cannot be obstructed;
• it must be protected, e.g. with grills, wire mesh, etc. in such
a way that the above-mentioned free section is not
reduced;
• it must be situated as near to floor level as possible.
The following instructions are provided for qualified installers
so that they may accomplish installation, adjustment and
technical maintenance operations correctly and in compliance
with current regulations and standards.
Important: the hob should be disconnected from the
mains electricity supply before any adjustment,
maintenance, etc. is carried out. Maximum caution should
be used whenever it is necessary to keep the appliance
connected to the electricity supply.
The hobs have the following technical characteristics:
-Category II 2H3+
-Class 1
Positioning
This appliance may only be installed and operated in
permanently ventilated rooms in compliance with provisions
laid down by current regulations and standards. The following
requirements must be observed:
• The appliance must discharge combustion products into a
special hood, which must be connected to a chimney, flue
pipe or directly to the outside (fig.1).
• If it is impossible to fit a hood, the use of an electric fan is
permitted, either installed on a window or on an external
wall, which must be switched on at the same time as the
appliance.
fig.1
In a chimney stack or branched flue
Directly to the outside
(exclusively for cooking appliances)
Kitchen ventilation
The air flow into the room where the appliance is installed
must equal the quantity of air that is required for regular
combustion of the gas and for ventilating the same room.
Air must be taken in naturally through permanent apertures
made in the outside walls of the room or through single or
branching collective ventilation ducts in compliance with the
standards in force.
Detail A
Adjacent
room
Room to be
ventilated
A
Examples of ventilation holes
for comburant air
Enlarging the ventilation slot
between window and floor
Fig. 2A
Fig. 2B
The air inflow may also be obtained from an adjoining room,
provided the latter is not a bedroom or a room where there
is a risk of fire, such as garages, mews, fuel stores, etc. and
is ventilated in compliance with the standards in force.
Air from the adjoining room to the one to be ventilated may
be made to freely pass through permanent apertures with a
cross section at least equal to that indicated above. These
apertures may also be obtained by increasing the gap
between the door and the floor (fig.2B).
If an electric fan is used for extracting the combustion
products, the ventilation aperture must be increased in
relation to its maximum performance. The electric fan
should have a sufficient capacity to guarantee an hourly
exchange of air equal to 3-5 times the volume of the kitchen.
Prolonged, intensive use of the appliance may require extra
ventilation, e.g. an open window or a more efficient ventilation
system by increasing the extraction power of the electric fan
if installed.
Liquid petroleum gas descends towards the floor as it is
heavier than air. Apertures in the outside walls in rooms
containing LPG cylinders should therefore be at floor level,
in order to allow any gas from leaks to be expelled. Do not
store LPG cylinders (even when empty) in basements/
rooms below ground level; it is advisable to keep only the
cylinder in use in the room at any one time and connected
far from heat sources which could raise its temperature to
above 50°C.
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Installation
Gas supply connection
• Check that the appliance is set for the type of gas available
and then connect it to the mains gas piping or the gas
cylinder in compliance with current regulations and
standards.
• This appliance is designed and set to work with the gas
indicated on the label situated on the actual hob. If the gas
supply is other than the type for which the appliance has
been set, proceed with replacing the corresponding nozzles
(provided), following instructions given in the paragraph
“Adaptation to different types of gas”.
• For trouble-free operation, suitable use of energy and
longer life of the appliance, make sure that the supply
pressure complies with the values indicated in the table 1
"burners and nozzles specifications, otherwise install a
special pressure regulator on the supply pipe in compliance
with current standards and regulations.
• Connect in such a way that the appliance is subjected to
no strain whatsoever.
Either a rigid metal pipe with fittings in compliance with the
standards in force must be used for connecting to the nipple
union (threaded ½"BSP male fitting) situated at the rear of the
appliance to the right (fig.3), or flexible steel pipe in compliance
with the standards in force, which must not exceed 2000 mm
in length.
Should it be necessary to turn the fitting, the gasket (supplied
with the appliance) must be replaced.
Upon completion of installation, check the gas circuit, the
internal connections and the taps for leaks using a leakdetection fluid. Also check that the connecting pipe cannot
come into contact with moving parts which could damage or
crush it. Make sure that the natural gas pipe is adequate for
a sufficient supply to the appliance when all the burners are
lit.
Important: A pressure regulator, in compliance with the
standards in force, must be inserted when connecting to a
liquid gas supply (in a cylinder).
Adaptation to a different type of gas
If the hob is to be converted for use with a type of gas other
than that for which it was set in the factory (indicated on the
label to be found on the hob), the burner nozzles should be
replaced as follows:
• Remove the pan supports and the burners.
• Unscrew the nozzles “A” (fig.4) using a 7 mm socket
wrench and replace them with the ones which have a
diameter suitable for the type of gas to be used, according
to the table 1 "burners and nozzles specifications).
• On completing the operation, replace the old rating label
with the one showing the new type of gas; the sticker is
available from our Service Centres.
• Reassemble the parts following the instructions in reverse
order.
fig.3
16
A
fig.5
fig.4
Minimum Regulation
• Turn the gas valve to minimum.
• Remove the tap knob and turn the adjusting screw, situated
inside of the tap stem (fig.5), using a screwdriver (loosening
the screw increases the height of the flame, tightening
decreases it).
N.B.: In the case of liquid gas, the regulation screw must
be fully screwed in (clockwise).
• Make sure that, when the knob is turned rapidly high to
low, the flame does not go out.
• In the event of a malfunction on appliances with the
security device (thermocouple) when the gas supply is
set at minimum, increase the minimum supply levels using
the regulator screw.
Once the adjustment has been made, apply sealing wax,
or a suitable substitute, to the old seals on the by-pass.
Replacing the nozzles on separate “double flame “
burners:
• remove the grids and slide the burners from their
housings. The burner consists of 2 separate parts (Fig.
C and fig. D);
• unscrew the burers with a 7 mm wrench spanner. The
internal burner has a nozzle, the external burner has
two (of the same size). Replace the nozzle with models
suited to the new type of gas (see table 1).
• replace all the components by repeating the steps in
reverse order.
Fig. C
Fig. D
Regulation of Air Supply to the Burner
The burners do not need a primary air regulator.
Electrical connection
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
The hob is designed to work with alternating current at the
supply voltage and frequency indicated on the rating plate
(situated under the hob or at the end of the instruction
booklet). Make sure that the local supply voltage corresponds
to the voltage indicated on the rating plate.
Connecting the supply cable to the mains electricity
supply
Installation
For models supplied without a plug, fit a standard plug, suitable
for the load indicated on the rating plate, onto the cable and
connect to a suitable socket. To connect directly to the mains
supply, a double-pole switch with a contact separation of at
least 3 mm suitable for the load and complying with current
standards and regulations, must be fitted between the appliance
and the mains supply outlet. The yellow-green earth wire must
not be interrupted by the switch. The supply cable must be in
such a position that no part of it can reach a temperature of 50
°C above room temperature. For installation above a builtunder oven, the hob and the oven must be connected separately
to the electricity supply both for safety reasons and for easy
removal of the oven if necessary. Do not use adapters or
shunts as they could cause heating or burning. Before
connecting to the power supply, make sure that:
• the limiter valve and the domestic system can withstand
the load from the appliance (see rating plate);
• the supply system is efficiently earthed according to
standards and laws in force;
• the socket or double-pole switch are easily accessible
when the appliance is installed.
Important: the wires in the mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
Green & Yellow
- Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals
in your plug, proceed as follows:
Connect the Green & Yellow wire to terminal marked “E” or
or coloured Green or Green & Yellow.
Connect the Brown wire to the terminal marked “L” or
coloured Red.
Connect the Blue wire to the terminal marked “N” or
coloured Black.
FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE ACCIDENT-PREVENTION
REGULATIONS RELIEVES THE MANUFACTURER OF
ALL LIABILITY.
Replacing the cable
Use a rubber cable of the type H05RR-F with a suitable cross
section 3 x 1.5 mm².
The yellow-green earth wire must be 2-3 cm longer than the
other wires.
ENERGY LABEL
Directive 2002/40/EC on the label of electric ovens
Norm EN 50304
Energy consumption for Natural convection
heating mode:
Convection
Declared energy consumption for Forced convection Class
Fan assisted
heating mode:
Burners and nozzles specifications
Table 1
Liquid gas
Diameter
(mm)
Thermal power
kW (H.s.*)
By-pass Injector
1/100
1/100
Natural gas
Flow *
g/h
Injector
1/100
Flow*
l/h
BURNER
Nomin.
Reduc.
(mm)
(mm)
G30
G31
(mm)
G20
C.Rapid
100
3.00
0.7
40
86
218
214
116
286
B. Semi-rapid
75
1.65
0.4
30
64
120
118
96
157
A. Auxiliary
55
1.00
0.3
27
50
73
71
71
95
D. Double flame DC DR (internal)
30
0.90
0.4
30
44
65
64
70
86
D. Double Flame DC DR (external)
130
4.10
1.3
57
70
298
293
110
390
28-30
20
35
37
25
45
Supply pressure
Nominal
Minimum
Maximum
This appliance conforms with the following European
Economic Community directives:
- 73/23/EEC of 19/02/73 (Low Voltage) and subsequent
modifications;
- 89/336/EEC of 03/05/89 (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
and subsequent modifications;
- 90/396/EEC of 29/06/90 (Gas) and subsequent
modifications;
- 93/68/EEC of 22/07/93 and subsequent modifications.
20
17
25
* At 15°C and 1013 mbar-dry gas
Propane G31 H.s. = 50,37 MJ/kg
Butane G30
H.s. = 49,47 MJ/kg
Natural gas G20 H.s. = 37,78 MJ/m3
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After Sales Service
As part of our commitment to you, all Cannon appliances have the added benefit of a fully inclusive parts
and labour guarantee for the first 12 months. In addition to this you also have the advantage of free
replacement parts for the first 5 years when fitted by a Cannon
engineer. When the 12 months parts and labour guarantee expires we offer the following after sales
service options:
Repair Service and Information Help Desk
UK: 08709 066066
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 302 200
Note: Our operators will require the Model number and the Serial number of your appliance
Available 364 days a year with a fast, effective and value for money service. We have the largest white
goods repair service in the UK with over 1200 of our own fully trained engineers. All repairs include a
parts and labour guarantee for 12 months from the date of the repair.
If you require any information or have any questions about your appliance, our operators are on hand with
help and advice.
All this ensures that you will receive the best available after sales service possible.
Extended Warranties
UK: 08709 088 088
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 502 200
Whether you have just one or a number of Cannon appliances in your kitchen, we offer two service cover
plans to give you total peace of mind.
● Repair Protection Plan
FREE service repairs for a single Hotpoint appliance during the period
of cover.
● Kitchen Cover
FREE service repairs for all your Hotpoint appliances less than 8
years old.
Genuine Parts and AccessoriesUK: 08709 077 077
www.theservicecentre.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: (01) 842 6836
A wide range of genuine parts and accessories are available from our hotline or through our web site.
Genuine parts and accessories, extended warranties and service repairs are all
available on our web-site at:
For further product information: 08701 546 474
All Services are offered as an extra benefit and do not affect your statutory rights.
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