Cannon C50GCIS Cooktop User Manual

The Art of Cooking
Instructions for Installation and Use
50cm Free Standing Gas Cooker
Coniston
C50GCW
C50GCS
C50GCX
C50GCK
C50GCIS
C50LCIS
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.
Contents
Introduction
3
Installation
Electrial connection
4
8
Burner and Nozzle Specifications
9
Safety Information
Features
10
12
Control Panel
13
Use of hotplates
Usa of Grill
14
15
Usa of Top Oven
16
Top Oven cooking charts
Main Oven
17
19
Main Oven cooking charts
20
Using the Main Oven for Other Functions
Care and Cleaning
21
22
Cooking Results Not Satisfactory?
23
Something Wrong With Your Cooker?
Technical Characteristics
24
25
Electronic timer
26
Key Contacts
Back Cover
You must read these instructions prior to using your appliance and retain them for
future use.
2
Introduction
Your new appliance is guaranteed* and will give lasting service. This guarantee is only applicable if the appliance
has been installed in accordance with the installation instructions detailed in this booklet.
To help make best use of your cooking equipment, please read this booklet carefully.
The cooker is designed specifically for domestic use and responsibility will not be accepted for use in any other
installation.
When the cooker is first used an odour may be emitted,
this will cease after a period of use.
When first using the cooker ensure that the room is well ventilated (e.g. open a window or use an extractor fan) and
that persons who may be sensitive to the odour avoid any fumes. It is suggested that any pets be removed from the
room until the smell has ceased. This odour is due to temporary finish on oven liners and elements and also any
moisture absorbed by the insulation.
* The guarantee is subject to the provisions that the appliance:
(a)
Has been used solely in accordance with the Users Instruction Book.
(b)
Has been properly connected to a suitable supply voltage as stated on the
rating plate attached to this equipment.
(c)
Has not been subjected to misuse or accident or been modified or repaired by
any person other than the authorised employee or agent.
(d)
Has been correctly installed.
1 This appliance is intended for nonprofessional use within the home.
2 These instructions are only for those countries whose symbols appear in the booklet and on the serial no. plate
of the appliance.
3 This owner’s manual is for a class 1 appliance (insulated) or class 2, subclass 1 appliances (installed
between two cabinets.
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Installation
The appliance must only be installed by a competent person. In the UK, CORGI registered installers undertake
to work to safe and satisfactory standards.
Before moving your cooker check that it is cool, and switch off at the cooker control unit. Movement of your cooker is
most easily achieved by lifting the front as follows:
Open the grill door sufficiently to allow a comfortable grip on the underside front edge of the oven roof, avoiding any
grill elements.
Note: Take care in moving the cooker as it is heavy. Take care to ensure that any floor covering is not damaged.
(FIG. C)
Splashplate optional, apply to Parts Department (see Back Cover for contact number.)
The following instructions should be read by a qualified technician to ensure that the appliance is installed,
regulated and technically serviced correctly in compliance with current regulations.
Important: remember to unplug the appliance from the mains before regulating the appliance or
carrying out any maintenance work.
Positioning
Important: this unit may be installed and used only in permanently ventilated rooms according to the British
Standards Codes Of Practice: B.S. 6172/B.S. 5440, Par. 2 and B.S. 6891 Current Editions. The following requirements
must be observed:
a) The cooker should not be installed in a bed sitting room with a volume of less than 20m3. If it is installed in a
room of volume less than 5m3 an air vent of effective area of 110cm2 is required, if it is installed in a room of
volume between 5m3 and 10m3 a supplementary airvent area of 50cm2 is required, if the volume exceeds 11m3
no airvent is required. However, if the room has a door or a window which opens directly to the outside no air
vent is required even when the volume is between 5m3 and 11m3.
b) During prolonged use of the appliance you may consider it necessary to open a window to the outside to
improve ventilation.
c) If there are other fuel burning appliances in the same room, B.S.5440 Part 2 Current Edition, should, be
consulted to determine the requisite air vent requirements.
Installation of the cooker
For a correct installation of the cooker the following precautions must be followed:
The height of the cooker can be adjusted by means of adjustable feet in the plinth (900mm - 915mm). Adjust the feet by
tilting the cooker from the side. Then install the product into position.
NOTE: This appliance must not be fitted on a platform.
The cooker is designed to fit between kitchen cabinets spaced 500mm apart. The space either side need only be sufficient
to allow withdrawal of the cooker for servicing. It can be used with cabinets one side or both as well as in a corner setting.
It can also be used free-standing.
Adjacent side walls which project above hob level, must not be nearer to the cooker than 150mm and should be protected
by heat resistant material. Any overhanging surface or cooker hood should not be nearer than 650mm. (Fig.A)
a) The cooker may be located in a kitchen, a kitchen/diner or bed sitting room, but not in a bathroom or
shower room.
b) The hoods must be installed according to the requirements in the hood handbook.
c) The wall in contact with the back of the cooker must be of flameproof material.
d) The cooker is fitted with a safety chain that must be attached to a hook, secured to the wall behind the
appliance.
Note: some models can have their gas connection inverted. It is important to make sure the safety chain
is always situated on the side which corresponds to the hose holder (Fig. B).
650 mm
Moving the Cooker
150 mm
150 mm
Fig. A
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Fig. B
Fig. C
Gas connection
The cooker should be connected to the gas-supply by a corgi registered installer. During installation of this
product it is essential to fit an approved gas tap to isolate the supply from the appliance for the convenience
of any subsequent removal or servicing. Connection of the appliance to the gas mains or liquid gas must be
carried out according to the prescribed regulation in force, and only after it is ascertained that it is adaptable
to the type of gas to be used. If not, follow the instructions indicated in the paragraph headed “Adaptation to
different gas types”. In the case of connection to liquid gas, by tank, use pressure regulators that conform to
the regulation in force. The gas supply must be connected to the left of the appliance. Be sure that the hose
does not pass through the rear of the cooker touching hot parts.
600 mm
HOT PARTS
Important: make sure the supply pressure conforms with the values shown in the table entitled “Caracteristics of
the burners and nozzles”. When the cooker is installed between cabinets (recessed), the gas connection
must be effected by an approved flexible hose with bayonet fitting (BS 669 Current Edition). The gas inlet
for the cookers is a threaded G 1/2 gas female fitting.
Connecting the gas supply
To make the connection, a flexible hose should be used corresponding to the current gas regulations which are:
• the hose must never be at any point in its lenght in contact with the “hot” parts of the cooker;
• the hose must never be longer than 1,5 metre;
• the hose must not be subject to any tension or torsional stress and it must not have any excessively narrow
curves or bottlenecks;
• the hose must be easy to inspect along its entire length to check its condition;
• the hose must always be in good condition, never attempt to repair.
Important: the installation must comply with gas safety (installation and use) regulations 1984. In all cases for the
above, by low, a qualified, corgi approved engineer must be called for installation.
Disposing of the appliance
When disposing of the appliance please remove the plug by cutting the mains cable as close as possible to the
plug body and dispose of it as described above.
Adapting the cooker to different types of gas
In order to adapt the cooker to a different type of gas with respect to the gas for which it was produced
(indicated on the label attached to the lid), follow these steps:
a) replace the hose holder mounted on the appliance with that supplied in the bag of “cooker accessories”.
b) Replacing the burner nozzles on the hob:
• remove the grids and slide the burners from their housings;
• unscrew the nozzles using a 7 mm socket spanner, and replace them with nozzles for the new type of
gas (see table 1 “Burner and nozzle characteristics”).
• replace all the components by repeating the steps in reverse order.
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c) Minimum regulation of the hob burners:
• turn the tap to minimum;
• remove the knob and adjust the regulation screw, which is positioned in or next to the tap pin, until the
flame is small but steady.
N.B.: in the case of liquid gas, the regulation screw must be screwed in to the bottom.
• check that the flame does not turn off when you turn the tap quickly from high to low.
d) Regulating the primary air of the burners:
The primary air of the burners requires no regulation.
Adapting to different types of gas (main and top oven)
In order to adapt the oven to a different type of gas with respect to the gas for which it was manufactured
(indicated on the label), follow these simple steps:
a) Replacing the oven burner nozzle
• open the oven door fully
• pull out the sliding oven bottom
Z
V
V
• Pry the fixing tab “V” and remove the oven burner
• Unscrew the oven burner nozzle using the socket spanner for the nozzles “Z”, or a 7 mm socket spanner,
and replace it with a nozzle suited to the new type of gas (see Table 1).
Take particular care handling the spark plug wires and the thermocouple pipes.
• Replace all the parts, following the steps described above in the reverse order.
b)
•
•
•
•
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Minimum regulation of the main and top gas oven burner with thermostat:
light the burner as described in the paragraph “the oven knob” of the instruction booklet.
turn the knob to Max for about 10 minutes and then turn the knob to the Min setting;
remove the knob;
regulate the screw positioned outside the thermostat pin until the flame is small but steady.
N.B.: in the case of liquid gas, the regulation screw must be screwed in to the bottom.
•
check that the burner does not turn off when you turn the knob from Max to Min and and when you open
and close the oven door quickly.
Adapting the gas grill to different types of gas
Replacing the nozzle of the grill burner:
• Remove the enamelled baffle at the front of the grill (2 screws).
• Remove the screw on the right hand side of the burner and gently slide the burner off the injector.
• Using a 7mm socket, replace the grill injector as appropriate (see table 1).
• Re-assemble the burner and baffle.
Important
On completion of the operation, replace the old rating sticker with one indicating the new type of gas used.
This sticker is available from our Service Centres.
Note
Should the pressure of the gas used be different (or vary) from the recommended pressure, it is necessary to
fit a suitable pressure regulator onto the inlet pipe in compliance with current National Regulations relative to
“regulators for channelled gas”.
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Electrial connection
Power supply voltage and frequency: 230-240V a.c. 50/60 Hz.
Note: the supply cable must be positioned so that it never reaches at any point a temperature 50°C higher than the
room temperature. The cable must be routed away from the rear vents. Should you require it, you may use a longer
cable, however, you must ensure that the cable supplied with the appliance is replaced by one of the same
specifications in accordance with current standards and legislation.
Your appliance is supplied with a 13 amp fused plug that can be plugged into a 13 amp socket for immediate use.
Before using the appliance please read the instructions below.
WARNING - THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
Replacing the fuse:
When replacing a faulty fuse, a 13 amp ASTA approved fuse to BS 1362 should always be used, and the fuse
cover re-fitted. If the fuse cover is lost, the plug must not be used until a replacement is obtained.
Replacement fuse covers:
If a replacement fuse cover is fitted, it must be of the correct colour as indicated by the coloured marking or the
colour that is embossed in words on the base of the plug. Replacements can be obtained directly from your
nearest Service Depot.
Removing the plug:
If your appliance has a non-rewireable moulded plug and you should wish to remove it to add a cable extension or
to re-route the mains cable through partitions, units etc., please ensure that either:
• the plug is replaced by a fused 13 amp re-wireable plug bearing the BSI mark of approval.
or:
• the mains cable is wired directly into a 13 amp cable outlet, controlled by a switch, (in compliance with BS
5733) which is accessible without moving the appliance.
Please note: for appliances with a rating greater than 13 amp (eg: electric hob, double ovens and freestanding
electric cookers etc.) the mains cable must be wired into a cooker output point with a rating of 45 amp. In this case
the cable is not supplied.
Disposing of the plug:
Ensure that before disposing of the plug itself, you make the pins unusable so that it cannot be accidentally
inserted into a socket. Instructions for connecting cable to an alternative plug:
Important: the wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
Green & Yellow
- Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live
If the colours of the wires in the mains lead do not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals
in your plug, proceed as follows:
Connect Green & Yellow wire to terminal marked “E” or $ or coloured Green or Green & Yellow.
Connect Brown wire to terminal marked “L” or coloured Red.
Connect Blue wire to terminal marked “N” or coloured Black.
If a 13 amp plug (BS 1363) is used it must be fitted with a 13 amp fuse. A 15 amp plug must be protected by a 15
amp fuse, either in the plug or adaptor or at the distribution board. If you are in any doubt about the electrical supply
to your machine, consult a qualified electrician before use.
How to connect an alternative plug:
The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code:
BLUE
“NEUTRAL” (“N”)
BROWN
“LIVE” (“L”)
GREEN AND YELLOW
“EARTH” (“E”)
GREEN &
YELLOW
BROWN
BLUE
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13 amp fuse
CROSS-BAR
CORD GRIP
Burner and Nozzle Specifications
Table 1
Liquid Gas
Burner
Diameter
(mm)
Thermal Power
kW (p.c.s.*)
Natural Gas
By-Pass Nozzle
1/100
1/100
Flow*
g/h
Thermal Power
kW (p.c.s.*)
Nozzle
1/100
Nominal
Reduced
(mm)
(mm)
***
**
Nominal
Reduced
(mm)
Flow*
l/h
Fast
(Large)(R)
100
94
2,60
0,7
41
80
189
186
2,60
0,7
118
248
Semi Fast
(Medium)(S)
75
69
1,90
0,4
30
70
138
136
1,90
0,4
104
181
Auxiliary
(Small)(A)
51
46
1,00
0,4
30
52
73
71
1,00
0,4
76
95
Main Oven
-
-
2,60
0,6
36
71
189
186
2,60
0,6
123
248
Grill
-
-
3,60
2,4
-
94
240
236
3,60
1,3
134
343
Top Oven
-
-
2,00
0,6
34
66
145
143
2,00
0,6
104
28-30
20
35
37
25
45
Nominal (mbar)
Minimum (mbar)
Maximum (mbar)
Supply
Pressures
*
**
***
190
20
17
25
At 15°C and 1013 mbar- dry gas
Propane
P.C.S. = 50,37 MJ/Kg
Butane
P.C.S. = 49,47 MJ/Kg
Natural
P.C.S. = 37,78 MJ/m3
S
A
S
R
Coniston
C50GCW
C50GCS
C50GCX
C50GCK
C50GCIS
C50LCIS
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Safety Information
When used properly your appliance is completely safe but as with any electrical product there are certain
precautions that must be observed.
PLEASE READ THE PRECAUTIONS BELOW BEFORE USING YOUR APPLIANCE.
Always
l Remove all packing from inside the oven and grill compartments before switching on for the first time.
l Understand the controls prior to using the appliance.
l Keep children away from the appliance when grilling as the surfaces will get extremely hot during and after
use.
l Turn controls off when you have finished cooking and when not in use.
l Stand back when opening an oven door to allow any build up of steam or heat to disperse.
l Use dry good quality oven gloves when removing items from the oven/grill.
l Place pans centrally over the hotplate making sure handles are kept away from the edge of the hob and cannot
become heated by other hotplate/pans.
l Take care to avoid heat/steam burns when operating the controls.
l Turn off the electricity supply at the wall switch before cleaning and allow the appliance to cool.
l Make sure the shelves are in the correct position before switching on the oven.
l Keep the oven and grill doors closed when the appliance is not in use.
l Take care when removing items from the grill when the lower oven is on as the contents will be hot.
l Keep the appliance clean, as a build up of grease or fat from cooking can cause a fire.
l Follow the basic principles of food handling and hygiene to prevent the possibility of bacterial growth.
l Keep ventilation slots clear of obstructions.
l Refer servicing to a qualified appliance service engineer.
l Take care to avoid touching heating elements inside the oven, as during use the oven becomes hot.
l Before operating the product, remove all plastic film from the sides of the appliance.
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Safety Information
Never
l Never line the interior of the oven with foil as this may cause the appliance to overheat.
l Never leave children unsupervised where a cooking appliance is installed as all surfaces will be hot during
and after its use.
l Do not allow children or persons who are not familiar with the appliance to use it, without supervision.
l Never allow anyone to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.
l Never store items above the appliance that children may attempt to reach.
l Never leave anything on the hob surface when unattended and not in use.
l Never remove the oven shelves whilst the oven is hot.
l Never heat up unopened food containers as pressure can build up causing the container to burst.
l Never store chemicals/food stuffs, pressurised container in or on the appliance, or in cabinets immediately
above or next to the appliance.
l Never place flammable or plastic items on or near the hob.
l Never fill a deep fat frying pan more than 1/3 full of oil, or use a lid.
DO NOT LEAVE UNATTENDED WHILE COOKING.
l Never operate the grill with the grill door closed as this will cause the appliance to overheat.
l Never use the appliance as a room heater.
l Never use the grill to warm plates.
l Never dry any items on either the hob or oven doors.
l Never install the appliance next to curtains or other soft furnishings.
l Never use steam cleaners.
SAFETY ADVICE IN CASE OF A CHIP-PAN FIRE
In the event of a chip pan fire or any other pan fire.
1. TURN OFF THE COOKER APPLIANCE AT THE WALL SWITCH.
2. COVER THE PAN WITH A FIRE BLANKET OR DAMP CLOTH, this will smother the flames and extinguish the
fire.
3. LEAVE THE PAN TO COOL FOR AT LEAST 60 MINUTES BEFORE MOVING IT. Injuries are often caused by
picking up a hot pan and rushing outside with it.
NEVER USE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER TO PUT OUT A PAN FIRE as the force
of the extinguisher is likely to tip the pan over.
Never use water to extinguish oil or fat fires.
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Features
GLASS COVER
HOB VENTILATION SLOTS
1900W
1000W
1900W
2600W
CONTROL
PANEL
GRILL/MEAT PAN
WITH REMOVABLE
HANDLE AND WIRE
FOOD SUPPORT
TOP OVEN/GRILL
TOP OVEN/GRILL DOOR
REMOVABLE
INNER GLASS
DOOR
REMOVABLE
INNER GLASS
DOOR
TOP OVEN
WIREWORK
SHELF
SUPPORTS
TOP OVEN/
GRILL DOOR
MAIN OVEN
WIREWORK
SHELF
SUPPORTS
MODEL & SERIAL
NUMBER
OVEN ROD
SHELVES
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Control Panel
ELECTRONIC
TIMER
MAIN
OVEN
TOP OVEN/
GRILL
LEFT
FRONT
BURNER
LEFT
REAR
BURNER
RIGHT
REAR
BURNER
RIGHT
FRONT
BURNER
Electronic
Ignition
for the Gas Hob
To light a specific burner push the corresponding knob all the way in and turn it counter-clockwise to
Control Knobs
for the gas
burners
The position of the gas burner controlled by each one of the knobs is shown by a solid ring •. To light
one of the burners, hold a lighted match or lighter near the burner and, at the same time, press down
maximum keeping it pressed down until the burner lights.
Important: Should the burner flames accidentally go out, turn off the control knob and wait
at least 1 minute before trying to relight.
and turn the corresponding knob counter clockwise to the maximum setting. Each burner can be
operated at its maximum, minimum or intermediate power. Shown on the knob are the different symbols
for off • (the knob is on this setting when the symbol corresponds with the reference mark on the
control panel), for maximum and minimum . To obtain these settings, turn the knob counter
clockwise with respect to the off position. To turn off the burner, turn the knob clockwise until it stops
(corresponding again with the • symbol).
Models with Hob
Gas Burner Safety These models can be identified by the presence of the device itself.
Devices to Prevent Important: Since the hob burners are equipped with a safety device, you must hold the control knob in
for about 3 seconds after the burner has been lighted to allow the gas to pass until the safety
Leaks *
thermocouple has heated.
Slow cooking ‘S’
The main oven has a ‘S’ setting specially designed to reduce energy usage. Full details of this can be
found in the Slow cooking section of this book.
Electronic
timer*
The electronic timer displays the time and the timer function with countdown.
* (only available on certain models)
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Use of Hotplates
Gas Cut Off
This cooker has a safety cut out feature which switches off the burners when you close the cover. This
device is provided as a safety feature in case the cover is lowered with the burners on.
Practical Advice on Using the Burners
To use the burners as efficiently as possible, some basic guidelines should be followed:
• Use cookware that is the right size for each burner (see table) in order to prevent the flame from spreading
beyond the bottom of the cookware.
• Only use cookware with flat bottoms.
• As soon as the boiling point is reached, turn the knob to the lowest setting.
• Always use lids with pots and pans.
Burner
ø Cookware diameter (cm)
Fast (R)
20 - 22
Semi Fast (S)
16 - 20
Auxiliary (A)
10 - 14
N.B.: On models equipped with a reduction grid, the grid should only be used with the auxiliary burner when
cookware with a diameter of less than 12 cm is used.
1. Press the ignition button and then push in and turn the control knob of the chosen burner anticlockwise to the large flame symbol. Continue to press the ignition button until the sparks light the gas.
2. Turn the control knob anti-clockwise to the desired setting. Only turn the control knob between the large
flame symbol and the small flame symbol for adjusting the setting.
3. To turn off, turn the control knob fully clockwise to the symbol O.
DO NOT use the hotplate unless all pan supports are in position.
DO NOT use mis-shapen pans which may be unstable.
DO NOT use round base woks directly on the pan supports.
DO NOT use the glass lid (if fitted) as a working surface.
Each burner is fitted with a spark ignitor for lighting the gas. To ensure rapid lighting of the burners every time they
are used, the ignitors must be kept clean and dry. Remove any food spillage or cleaning materials from the
electrode using a small nylon brush such as a tooth brush. Access to the electrode can be achieved by lifting off
the loose burner parts carefully when the burners are cool.
When the hotplate burner bodies and caps are removed for cleaning, be careful not to drop any food particles or
cleaning materials into the burner bases, to avoid the possibility of blocking the gas jets.
If aluminium based pans are used, a silvery deposit may appear on the top edge of the pan support fingers. See
'Care and Cleaning' section for cleaning information.
SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR DEEP FAT FRYING
1. Never fill chip pans more than one third full with oil or fat.
2. Never leave oil or fat unattended during the heating or cooling period.
3. Never heat fat or fry with a lid on the pan.
4. Always dry food thoroughly before frying, and lower it slowly into the hot oil or fat. Frozen foods in
particular will cause frothing and spitting if added too quickly.
5. Always keep the outside of the pan clean and free from streaks of oil or fat.
HOW TO DEAL WITH A FAT FIRE
1. Do not move the pan.
2. Turn off the hotplate burners.
3. Smother the flames with a fire blanket or damp cloth to extinguish the fire. Do not use water or a fire
extinguisher as the force of it may spread the burning fat or oil over the edge of the pan.
4. Leave the pan for at least 60 minutes before moving it.
N.B.: After prolonged used of the gas hob there may be some small amount of discolouration in the area
around the large burners. This is normal and can be easily removed using propriety stainless steel cleaning
agents. We have included a sample of our own recommended stainless steel cleaner which will help maintain
your new cooker in pristine condition.
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USA OF GRILL
GRILLING MUST BE DONE WITH THE GRILL DOOR OPEN.
CONTROL KNOBS MAY BECOME HOT DURING GRILLING.
CAUTION: ACCESSIBLE PARTS WILL BECOME HOT WHEN THE GRILL
IS USED - CHILDREN SHOULD BE KEPT AWAY.
TO USE THE GRILL
1
2
3
4
5
6
Open the top oven/grill door and remove the grill pan.
Place the shelf in the appropriate position. Refer to grilling chart.
Push in and turn the control knob clockwise to the large flame symbol. Continue to push in the control knob for at
least a further 5 seconds after the gas has lit, to allow time for the safety device to operate. If the burner extinguishes
when the control knob is released, repeat the procedure ensuring the control knob is fully depressed and
allowing more time for the safety device to operate.
Slide the grill pan along the shelf towards the rear of the grill compartment until it stops.
Turn the control knob anti-clockwise to reduce the heat input. Only turn the control knob between the large flame
symbol and the small flame symbol when adjusting the setting.
To turn off, turn the control knob anti-clockwise to the symbol O.
The grill cannot be used at the same time as the top oven. If for any reason the grill burner has not lit after 15
seconds, turn the control knob to the off position, leave the grill goor open and wait for at least a minute before
attempting to light the burner again.
An odour may be noticed when first using the grill – this should cease after a short period of use.
DO NOT use the grill with the door closed.
DO NOT cover the grill pan or grid with aluminium foil as this can hold fat, intensify the heat and create a fire
hazard.
RELIGHTING THE BURNER
In the event of the burner flames being accidentally extinguished, turn off the burner control and do not attempt to
re-ignite the burner for at least one minute.
Grilling can be started from cold but for best results preheat for approximately five minutes. Most cooking is done
with the heat on full, but it may be desirable to reduce it for thicker pieces of meat or for keeping food warm.
For au gratin dishes eg. Macaroni Cheese and meringue toppings eg. Baked Alaska, place the dish on the floor of
the grill compartment. The base of the grill pan can be used for warming fruit garnishes on the reduced setting.
NOTE: Strong detergents used in dishwashers may damage the grill pan grid finish; clean in soapy water as
described in CARE AND CLEANING section.
Always ensure that the grill pan handle is correctly fitted to the grill pan. If necessary tighten any loose screws with a
screwdriver.
Fixing the Grill Pan The grill pan handle is detachable from the pan, to facilitate cleaning and storage. Fix the
Handle
grill pan handle securely in position before use.
The handle fits onto the grill pan edge with the small recess, Fig.1.
Tilt the handle over the recess and slide it towards the centre, Fig.2.
Ensure the handle is fully located. Insert the washer and fixing screw and tighten fully to
ensure handle is secured, Fig.3.
Always hold the dripping pan handle in the highlighted zone marked "OK" in figure 4.
OK
Recess
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
NO
Always fit the screw prior to use.
The food to be cooked should be placed on the grill pan/grill pan food support.
Place the grill pan on the runners and push back to the stop position when the grill pan is
correctly positioned beneath the grill element.
Plates and dishes placed on the floor of the grill compartment will be heated when the oven is
in use.
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USA OF TOP OVEN
The top oven can be used to cook small quantities of food or used in conjunction with the main oven to provide
additional cooking space.
The top oven is fitted with a safety device that will cut off the gas supply to the burner if the flame is extinguished for
any reason. Each time the top oven is used, the safety device has to be activated by pushing and holding in the
control knob for 5 seconds after the gas has lit.
A gentle flow of air will be blown from underneath the control panel when the grill or top oven is in use.
TO USE THE TOP OVEN
1
2
Place the top oven shelf in the appropriate position (refer to cooking chart).
Push in and turn the control knob fully anti-clockwise. Continue to push in the control knob for at least a further 5
seconds after the gas has lit to allow time for the safety device to operate. If the burner extinguishes when the
control knob is released, repeat the procedure ensuring the control knob is fully depressed and allowing more
time for the safety device to operate.
3 Turn the control knob clockwise to the required setting. (refer to cooking chart).
4 To turn off, turn the control knob clockwise to the symbol O.
Always push the door firmly closed to ensure that there is no loss of heat through the door seal.
5 The oven temperature control marking are gas marked 0 to 8.
The equivalent degrees Celsius (sometimes called Centigrade) and degrees Fahrenheit are shown below as a
guide.
Upper Oven Setting
Temperature °C
1
120
2
140
3
160
4
175
5
190
6
205
7
215
8
225
GUIDANCE ON USING THE TOP OVEN
1 Best results are obtained by pre-heating the oven for about 15 minutes.
2 Food which is higher than or will rise above 125mm (5”) cannot be cooked in the top oven.
Never place dishes over the burner.
An odour may be noticed when first using the oven – this should cease after a short period of use.
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TOP OVEN COOKING CHART
The following times and setting are for guidance only. You may wish to alter the setting to give a result more to your
satisfaction. When a different setting to that shown below is given in a recipe, the recipe instructions should be
followed. Allow 15 minutes preheat for best results. Always turn the thermostat knob to Mark 8 first, before turning
back to the required Gas Mark.
Shelf position 1 is the highest.
Food
Gas
Mark
Approx. Cooking Time and Comments
Push dish right to
back of shelf.
FISH
Oily and white fish
Shelf
Position
5
2
20-30 mins.
4 or 5
3
25-30 mins per lb + 25-30 mins
Ham (covered in foil)
5
3
40 mins per lb + 40 mins
Lamb
5
3
30-35 mins per lb + 30 mins
Pork
5
3
40 mins per lb + 40 mins
Chicken
5
3
25 mins per lb + 25 mins
Duckling & Goose
5
3
25 mins per lb + 25 mins
Turkey
4
3
15-20 mins per lb + 15-20 mins
Casseroles
3
3
2-4 hrs. depending on meat used.
5
2
11/2 - 2 hrs.
Milk Puddings (500ml/1pt)
3
2
11/2 - 2 hrs.
Baked Custard (500ml/1pt)
3
2
45 mins - 1 hr. in bain-marie of cold water.
Baked Sponge Puddings
4
2
30 - 45 mins
Baked Apples
3
2
45 mins - 1 hr. depending on size
Meringue Topped Puddings
1
2
25 mins until tinged with brown
Apple Tart (1 x 205mm/8Ó)
6
2
60 mins
Fruit Crumble
5
2
45 - 50 mins
MEAT AND POULTRY
Beef (medium)
VEGETABLES
Baked jacket potatoes
PUDDINGS
If using aluminium foil:
1 Remember it is important to increase the cooking time by one third.
2 Do not allow the foil to touch the sides of the oven.
3 Do not cover the oven interior with foil.
4 Do not cover the oven shelves with foil.
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TOP OVEN COOKING CHART
Gas
Mark
Shelf
Positions
Small Cakes (16 per tray)
5
2
20 - 25 mins.
Victoria sandwich (2 x 180mm / 7Ó)
4
2
25 - 30 mins.
Swiss Roll (3 egg quantity)
6
2
10 - 12 mins.
Christmas cake (1 x 205mm / 8Ó)
2
2
4 - 5 hrs depending on recipe
Madeira cake (1 x 180mm / 7Ó)
4
2
1 hr.
Rich Fruit cake (1 x 180mm / 7Ó)
2
2
21/4 - 21/2 hrs.
Gingerbread
3
2
11/2 - 13/4 hrs.
Scones - 16 per tray
7
2
12 - 15 mins.
Shortbread (1 x 180mm / 7Ó)
2
2
45 mins. Ð 1 hr. depending on thickness
4-6
2
15 - 25 mins.
Shortcrust Pastry
6
2
15 mins. Ð 1 hr. depending on recipe
Rich Short Crust
5
2
20 - 30 mins.
Flaky/Puff Pastry
7
2
10 - 30 mins. depending on recipe
Choux Pastry
6
2
25 - 35 mins.
Bread - rolls, plait
7
2 or 3
25 - 35 mins
Tea breads etc.
5
2
25 - 30 mins
- small
7
2
20 - 25 mins
- large
7
2
30 - 40 mins
1
3
21/2 - 4 hrs. turn when necessary
Food
Approx. Cooking Time and Comments
CAKES, PASTRIES AND BISCUITS
Biscuits
YEAST MIXTURES
MISCELLANEOUS
Yorkshire Pudding
Meringues
Soft Margarine – Use the oven settings recommended by the margarine manufacturer and not those indicated on
the cooking chart.
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MAIN OVEN
The oven has different heat zones - the thermostat settings refer to the temperature on the
middle shelf; above this shelf it is hotter and below it is cooler. Two shelves enable full use of
the temperatures inside the oven.
Each shelf has a safety stop to prevent if from being pulled out too far when attending to
food. Shelves are removed from the oven by pulling them out to the stop and then lifting
them at the front to withdraw.
The grill pan without the handle can be used in the oven. The maximum size of baking tray
that should be used is 300mm x 330mm (12" x 13").
TO USE THE OVEN 1. Place oven shelves in the chosen positions (refer to cooking charts).
2. Press the ignition button and then push in and turn the oven control knob fully anti-clockwise.
Continue to press the ignition button until the spark lights the gas.
3. Turn the control knob clockwise to the required setting (refer to cooking chart). There is a
delay of about six seconds whilst the safety device operates before the burner comes on full.
4. To turn off, turn the control knob fully clockwise the the symbol 0.
Never place dishes on the oven base over the burner.
An odour may be noticed when first using the oven - this should cease after a short period of
use.
5. The oven temperature control marking are gas marked 0 to 9.
The equivalent degrees Celsius (sometimes called Centigrade) and degrees Fahrenheit
are shown below as a guide.
MAIN OVEN
MAIN OVEN
(Centre Oven Temperature)
(Centre Oven Tem perature)
Gas Mark
Celisus
°C
Gas Mark
Fahrenheit °F
Celisus
°C
Fahrenheit °F
S
110
229
5
210
1
145
290
•
220
410
430
2
160
320
7
230
445
3
180
355
•
240
465
•
195
385
9
245
475
RELIGHTING
THE BURNER
In the event of the burner flames being accidentally extinguished, turn off the burner control
and do not attempt to re-ignite the burner for at least one minute
COLD START
COOKING
Anything requiring long slow cooking such as casseroles and rich fruit cakes can be put into
a cold oven. Satisfactory results can also be obtained with creamed mixture, rich pastries or
yeast mixtures, but for perfection we recommend preheating the oven for about 15 minutes.
ROASTING OF
LARGE POULTRY
The maximum weight of poultry that can be accommodated is 8kg (18 Ibs) of suitable shape.
It is important to check that the bird DOES NOT overhang the burner at the back of the oven.
STORAGE AND
RE-HEATING
OF FOOD
It is vitally important to strictly adhere to the basic principles of food handling and hygiene to
prevent the possibility of bacterial growth.
1. If food is to be frozen or not served immediately, cool it in a clean container as quickly as
possible.
2. Completely thaw frozen food in the refrigerator before reheating.
3. Re-heat food thoroughly and quickly either on the hotplate or in a hot oven, Mk. 6, and
then serve immediately.
4. Only re-heat food once.
‘COOK CHILL’
DISHES
These should always be placed in a pre-heated oven ideally on the first or second shelf
position. Follow the packet instructions for cooking time.
ALUMINIUM FOIL
If using Aluminium Foil:
1. Remember that it is important to increase the cooking time by one third.
2. Never allow the foil to touch the sides of the oven.
3. Never cover the oven interior with foil.
4. Never cover the oven shelves with foil.
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Main Oven Cooking Chart
The following times and setting are for guidance only. You may wish to alter the setting to give a result more to your
satisfaction. When a different setting to that shown below is given in a recipe, the recipe instructions should be
followed. Allow 15 minutes preheat for best results. Always turn the thermostat knob to Mark 9 before selecting the
appropriate gas Mark. Shelf position 1 is the highest.
Food
Gas
Mark
Shelf
Position
Approx. Cooking Time and Comments
3 or 4
4
25-60 mins. depending on recipe
Beef
4 or 5
4
Ham
5
4
Lamb
Pork
Chicken
Duckling & Goose
Turkey
Casseroles
5
5
5
5
4 or 5
3
4
4
4
4
4 or 5
3or4
25-30 mins per 450g (1 Ib) + 25 mins. extra
40 mins per 450g (1 Ib) covered in foil plus 40 mins.
extra
30 mins per 450g (1 Ib) + 30 mins extra
40 mins per 450g (1 Ib) + 40 mins extra
25 mins per 450g (1 Ib) + 25 mins extra
25 mins per 450g (1 Ib) + 25 mins extra
15-20 mins per 450g (1 Ib) + 20 mins
2-6 hrs. depending on cut of meat
4 or 5
3
1½ - 3 hrs. until soft, depending on size
Milk Puddings (500ml/1 pt)
3
4
Baked Custard (500ml/1 pt)
Baked Sponge Puddings
Baked Apples
Meringue Topped Puddings
//
Apple Tart (1 x205mm/8 )
Fruit Crumble
Cakes, Pastries & Biscuits
3
4
3
1
6
5
4
3
3
3or4
2
2
1¾-2½ stand dish on baking tray and started with
warm milk
45-60 mins. bain-marie
40-50 mins
30-45 mins depending on type and size of apples
15 mins or until "tinged" with brown
45-60 mins
35 -45 mins
Small Cakes 2 trays
1 tray
Victoria sandwich (2 x 7")
Swiss Roll (3 egg quantity)
Meringues
Christmas cake (1 x 205mm / 8")
Madeira cake (1 x 180mm / 7")
Rich Fruit cake (1 x 180mm / 7")
Scones
Shortbread (1 x 180mm / 7")
Biscuits
Shortcrust Pastry
Rich Short Crust
Flaky/Puff Pastry
Choux Pastry
5
5
4
5
1
2
4
2
7
2
4
6
5
7
6
2 and 4
2
2 and 4
2
3
3
4
4
1 and 3
3
1 and 3
2
1 and 3
2
2
15-25 mins.
15-22mins.
20-30 mins
15-20 mins.
2-3 hrs
Time depending on recipe
1¼-1½ hrs.
Time depending on recipe
10-20 mins.
55 -65 mins.
10-20 mins.
15 - 60 mins depending on use.
20-30 mins.
10-30 mins.
20-30mins.
7
2 and 4
20-30 mins.
7
7
1
2
30-40 mins
20-30mins
Fish
Oily and white fish
Meat and Poultry
Vegetables
Baked jacket potatoes
Puddings
Yeast Mixtures
Bread - rolls
Miscellaneous
Yorkshire Pudding:- large
individual
When baking with two trays or tins on two levels, the top tray is removed first and the lower tray moved up to the top
position for a few minutes longer.
Soft Margarine Use the oven settings recommended by the margarine manufacturer and not those indicated on the cooking chart.
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Using the Main Oven for Other Functions
‘S’
SLOW Setting
This is used for slow cooking, keeping food warm and warming plates for short periods. Extra care
should be taken when warming bone china, as it may be damaged in a hot oven.
DO NOT place food or plates directly on the oven floor as this could damage both the oven
lining and the plates which are being warmed.
Advantages of “SLOW” cooking are:
The oven stays cleaner because there is less splashing.
Timing of food is not as critical, so there is less fear of overcooking.
Inexpensive joints of meat are tenderised.
Fully loading the oven can be economical.
Cooking times can be extended in some cases by up to 2 hours.
Operation:
1. Place the prepared food in the main oven and ensure the door is fully closed.
2. Select ‘S’ (Slow Cooking Temperature) by turning the Main Oven Control clockwise ensuring the
oven door is fully closed.
Storage and re-heating of food:
1. If food is to be frozen or not used immediately, place it in a clean container and cool as soon as
possible.
2. Always thaw frozen food completely in the refrigerator before re-heating.
3. Always reheat food thoroughly and ensure it is piping hot before serving.
4. Only re-heat food once.
Points to consider when preparing food for “SLOW” cooking:
1. Make sure that the dishes to be used will fit into the oven ensuring enough room for air to circulate.
2. All dishes cooked on the slow setting will require a minimum of 6 hours, however, if they are cooked
for 1 -2 hours longer then deterioration in their appearance may be noticed.
3. Never cook joints of meat over 2.7kg (6 Ib) or poultry over 2.0kg (4lb 8oz).
We do not recommend that joints of meat or poultry are stuffed before cooking on the slow setting.
4. To seal in the meat juices, always cook meat or poultry at 170°C for 30 minutes before wrapping in
foil and placing on a rack over a tin (to allow good air circulation) before turning the control to the slow
setting and cooking immediately.
5. Always ensure that joints of pork and poultry are thoroughly cooked by checking with a meat
thermometer before serving.
6. Always thaw frozen foods completely before cooking. We do not recommend placing frozen food in
the oven to cook.
7. Always bring soups, liquids and casseroles to the boil before placing in the oven.
8. Ensure that casserole dishes have a good seal (not airtight) and cover to the top with foil to prevent
loss of moisture.
9. Ensure that fruit and vegetables are cut into even sized small pieces to cook properly.
10. Always adjust seasoning before serving.
11. If using dried red kidney beans it is important that the beans are soaked and then boiled fora
minimum of 10 minutes before using in any dish to destroy any toxins.
12. When cooking fish or egg dishes it may be necessary to check during cooking to avoid
overcooking.
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Care and Cleaning
Grill
Remove the grill pan and the wire grid food support, it is best to wash these items immediately after
use to prevent stains from being burnt on when used again. Wipe out the Grill compartment, use a fine
steel wool soap pad to remove stubborn stains from the grill runners and the floor of the compartment.
Wipe over the control panel with a damp cloth and polish with a dry cloth.
Control Panel
Do not use cream cleaners, oven cleaners or aerosols, scouring pads or abrasive powder for
cleaning the plastic knobs as damage will occur.
Decorative Trims
It is advisable to clean the decorative trims regularly to prevent any build up of soiling. The
recommended method of cleaning is to wipe over the trims with a soft cloth wrung out in warm water or
mild non-abrasive cleaner. (If in doubt try the cleaner on a small area of trim which is not noticeable in
normal use). Then, after wiping with a cloth wrung out in clear water, dry with a soft clean cloth.
Doors
Wipe over the outer door glass panels with a cloth wrung out in warm soapy water, then after wiping
with a cloth wrung out in clear water, dry with a soft clean cloth. Ensure that glass doors are not
subjected to any sharp mechanical blows.
Glass Inner Door Panel (where fitted) – open the door fully and carefully slide the inner glass
towards you, taking care not to allow the glass to fall. The glass panel may now be washed at the sink.
Stubborn stains can be removed by using a fine steel wool soap pad. Ensure the glass panel is not
subjected to any sharp mechanical blows. Take particular care not to damage the inner surface
which is coated with a heat reflective layer. After cleaning, rinse and dry with a soft cloth. For slight
soiling the inner glass panel may be cleaned, while still warm, without removing it from the door.
Warning: Oven must not be operated with inner door glass removed.
Take care during cleaning not to damage or distort the door seals. Do not lift the door seal from the
oven chassis, if necessary remove the seal by carefully unhooking the corner clips.
Take care that the rating label edges are not lifted during cleaning, and furthermore that the lettering is
not blurred or removed.
Ovens
Remove the rod shelves and grill pan. Use a fine steel wool soap pad to remove stubborn stains from
the rod shelves, grill pan and the floor of the oven. Clean the glass part of the oven door using a
sponge and a non-abrasive cleaning product, then dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. Do not use rough
abrasive material or sharp metal scrapers as these could scratch the surface and cause the glass to
crack.
Oven Shelf
Supports
The shelf supports are removable and dishwasher safe.
To remove hold the support at the front and pull away from the oven side, this can then be cleaned in
a sink or a dishwasher. When removed it allows access to the oven side, which can be cleaned with
warm soapy water.
To refit the support, insert the longer leg into the rear fixing hole and push in the front leg.
Oven Lamp
Replacement
Open the oven door and remove the rod shelves. Using a suitable cloth to protect the fingers grip the
light glass dome, unscrew anti-clockwise and lift. Reach into the aperture with fingers, and unscrew the
lamp anticlockwise. Fit replacement lamp (25W 300°C rated SES), refit dome.
WARNING: To avoid electric shocks - please ensure that the electricity supply to the appliance
is switched off and the appliance is fully cold, before removing the lamp lens.
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Cooking Results Not Satisfactory?
Problem
Check
Grilling
Uneven cooking front to Ensure that the grill pan is positioned centrally below
the grill element.
back
Fat splattering
Ensure that the grill is not set to too high a
temperature.
Oven Baking
Uneven rising of cake
Ensure that the oven shelves are level by using a
spirit level on the rod shelf and adjusting, using
suitable packing e.g. wood, under the feet of the
appliance. This should be checked both left to right
and front to back. Ensure that the food is positioned
centrally in the oven.
Sinking of cakes
The following may cause cakes to sink:
1. Cooking at too high a temperature.
2. Using normal creaming method with soft margarine.
Over/Under cooking
Fast/Slow cooking
Refer to the cooking times and temperatures given in
the oven temperature charts, however, it may be
necessary to increase or decrease temperatures by
10°C to suit personal taste.
Do not use utensils greater than 2¼ ins in height.
Uneven cooking of
cakes
1. Too large baking sheet used. (See 'Cookery Notes')
2. Over loading of oven and always ensure even air
gaps around baking tins.
Uneven rising of cake
Ensure that the shelf is level (see above) and that the
food is positioned centrally in the oven.
Food is taking too long
to cook
Only cook one item at a time to avoid overloading the
oven.
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Something Wrong with your Cooker?
Before contacting your nearest Service Centre/Installer, check the problem guide below; there may be nothing wrong
with your cooker.
PROBLEM
CHECK
Burner will not light:
If all burners fail to ignite:
Check that sparks appear at the burners; a clicking
noise should be heard.
If not;
Check that the electricity supply is turned on.
If the electricity supply has failed, the hotplate, grill
and top oven burners can be lit by a match.
If only one burner fails to ignite:
Hotplate burner
Burner ports
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Ignitor
Check that the burner is dry and that spillage of food
or cleaning fluid remains are not affecting the ignitor
or burner ports.
Clean away any debris with a dry nylon brush such as
an old toothbrush. If a wire wool pad has been used
for cleaning around the burner ensure the ignitor is
free from any stray strands. Any water on the burner
should be dried with a cloth or kitchen towel.
On the hotplate make sure that all the burner parts
are correctly seated.
Technical Characteristics
Main Oven
Dimensions (HxWxD): 34x37,5x31 cm
Volume: 40 Litres
Top Oven
Dimensions (HxWxD): 14x36x35 cm
Volume: 18 Litres
Voltage and Frequency
220-240V~ 50Hz
Burners:
Adaptable for use with all the types of gas indicated on the data plate.
This appliance conforms with the following European Economic Community directives:
- 2006/95/EEC of 12/12/06 (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 (only for models which use gas);
- 93/68/EEC of 22/07/93 and subsequent modifications.
- 2002/96/EC
The European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), requires that old
household electrical appliances must not be disposed of in the normal unsorted municipal waste stream. Old
appliances must be collected separately in order to optimise the recovery and recycling of the materials they
contain and reduce the impact on human health and the environment. The crossed out “wheeled bin” symbol
on the product reminds you of your obligation, that when you dispose of the appliance it must be separately
collected.
Consumers should contact their local authority or retailer for information concerning the correct disposal of
their old appliance.
Mains frequency and voltage of the electric section and
characteristics of the gas section
Model
Gas section
Class
Coniston
C50GCW
C50GCS
C50GCX
C50GCK
C50GCIS
C50LCIS
II2H3+
Rated power
kW (1)
13,60 (G20)
13,30 (967 g/h - G30)
(950 g/h - G31)
(1) The values in g/h refer to the capacities with liquid gas (Butane,
Propane).
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Electronic timer
Cooking
time setting
Count down
time setting
End cooking
time setting
Clock
time setting
Selector
button
To set
the clock
Note: This may be set while the oven is switched off or while it is switched on.
button several times until the
icon and the first two numerical digits on the display
1. Press the
start to flash.
2. Use the “+” and “-” buttons to adjust the hour value.
button again so that the other two numerical digits on the display begin to flash.
3. Press the
4. Use the “+” and “-” buttons to adjust the minute value.
button again to confirm.
5. Press the
Note: If none of the buttons are pressed, the settings will be confirmed automatically after 10 seconds
have passed.
Manual
Mode
To set the
timer countdown
The programmer after the Power up and the Clock time setting will be in ‘Manual Mode’ and shall be
possible to engage the other programmer functions using the
selector.
The oven will be driven directly by the user by means of the knobs present on the control panel.
Note: This function does not interrupt cooking and does not affect the oven; it is simply used to
activate the buzzer when the set amount of time has elapsed.
button several times until the
icon and the first two numerical digits on the display
1. Press the
start to flash.
2. Follow steps 2 to 5 “to set the clock” as detailed above.
The countdown will then be displayed; at the end of this period of time the buzzer will sound (this may
be stopped by pressing any of the buttons, or it will stop of its own accord after one minute).
Programming the
duration cooking
Programming
delayed cooking
Note: A cooking mode must be selected before programming can take place.
1. Press the
button several times until the
icon and the first digit on the display flash.
2. Follow steps 2 to 5 “to set the clock” as detailed above.
•
For example: it is 9:00 a.m. and a time of 1 hour and 15 minutes is programmed. The programme
will stop automatically at 10:15 a.m.
Note: A cooking duration must be selected before delayed programming can take place.
1. Follow istruction “programming the duration cooking” as detailed above.
button until the
icon and the two digits on the display flash.
2. Then press the
3. Follow steps 2 to 5 “to set the clock” as detailed above.
•
For example: it is 9:00 a.m. and a time of 1 hour and 15 minutes is programmed and the end
time is set to 12:30. The programme will start automatically at 11:15 a.m.
and
icons are illuminated. The TIME display shows the
Programming has been set when the
cooking end time and the cooking duration alternately.
To cancel a
previous setting
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Press button “-” up until 0 • 00.
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Key Contacts
After Sales Service
Over 1200 trained specialists, directly employed by us, ensure that you can have complete confidence in
both the appliances and services we offer.
Repair Service and Information Desk
UK: 08709 066 066
(Open 8 to 8 Mon - Fri, 8 to 6 Sat, 10 to 4 Sun & Bank Holidays)
www.cannonservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 302 200
Note: Our operators will require the following information:
Model number:
Serial number:
Extended Warranties
UK: 08709 088 088
(Open 8 to 8 Mon - Sun)
www.cannonservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: 1850 502 200
Genuine Parts and Accessories
UK: 08709 077 077
(Open 8-30 to 5-30 Mon - Fri & 9 to 12 Sat)
www.cannonservice.co.uk
Republic of Ireland: (01) 842 6836
www.cannoncooking.co.uk
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