100%elba quality made in italy

100%elba quality made in italy
Instructions for the use - Installation advices
DUAL FUEL COOKER
model: ENTWIN 90 DF
GB
Before operating this cooker,
please read these instructions carefully
100
% ELBA QUALITY
MADE IN ITALY
HOME APPLIANCES
Made in Italy
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Dear Customer,
Thank you for having purchased and given your preference to
our product.
The safety precautions and recommendations reported below
are for your own safety and that of others. They will also provide
a means by which to make full use of the features offered by your
appliance.
Please preserve this booklet carefully. It may be useful in future, either to yourself or to others in the event that doubts should
arise relating to its operation.
This appliance must be used only for the task it has explicitly been designed for, that is for cooking foodstuffs. Any
other form of usage is to be considered as inappropriate and
therefore dangerous.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event
of damage caused by improper, incorrect or illogical use of
the appliance.
Important:
This appliance is designed and manufactured solely for the cooking of domestic (household) food and is not suitable for any non domestic application and therefore should
not be used in a commercial environment.
This appliance guarantee will be void if the appliance is used within a non domestic
environment i.e. a semi commercial, commercial or communal environment.
Read the instructions carefully before installing and using the appliance.
CAUTION: this apparatus must only be installed in a permanently ventilated room in
compliance with the applicable regulations.
DECLARATION OF
CE CONFORMITY
This cooker has been designed, constructed, and marketed in compliance with:
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Safety requirements of the “Gas” Directive 2009/142/EC;
Safety requirements of the “Low voltage” Directive 2006/95/EC;
Safety requirements of the “EMC” Directive 2004/108/EC;
Requirements of EU Directive 93/68/EEC.
GB
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FIRST USE OF THE OVEN
It is advised to follow these instructions:
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Furnish the interior of the ovens as described at chapter “Cleaning and maintenance”.
Switch on the empty ovens on max to eliminate grease from the heating elements.
Let the ovens cool down and clean the interior of the ovens with a cloth soaked in
water and neutral detergent, then dry carefully.
IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
After having unpacked the appliance, check to ensure that it is not damaged and that the
oven doors close correctly. In case of doubt, do not use it and consult your supplier or a
professionally qualified technician.
Packing elements (i.e. plastic bags, polystyrene foam, nails, packing straps, etc.) should
not be left around within easy reach of children, as these may cause serious injuries.
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Do not attempt to modify the technical characteristics of the appliance as this may
cause danger to users.
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Do not carry out cleaning or maintenance operations on the appliance without having
previously disconnected it from the electric power supply.
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Do not touch the appliance with wet or damp hands (or feet).
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Do not use the appliance whilst in bare feet.
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If you should decide not to use this appliance any longer (or decide to substitute another model), before disposing of it, it is recommended that it be made inoperative in an
appropriate manner in accordance to health and environmental protection regulations,
ensuring in particular that all potentially hazardous parts be made harmless, especially
in relation to children who could play with unused appliances.
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After use, ensure that the knobs are in the off position.
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Household appliances are not intended to be played with by children.
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Keep children away from the cooker during use.
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Children, or persons with a disability which limits their ability to use the appliance,
should have a responsible person to instruct them in its use. The instructor should
be satisfied that they can use the appliance without danger to themselves or their
surroundings.
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During and after use of the appliance, certain parts will become very hot. Do not touch
hot parts. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the oven.
•
Some appliances are supplied with a protective film on steel and aluminium parts.
This film must be removed before using the appliance.
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WARNING: When correctly installed, your product meets all safety requirements laid
down for this type of product category. However special care should be taken around
the rear or the underneath of the appliance as these areas are not designed or intended to be touched and may contain sharp or rough edges, that may cause injury.
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Fire risk! Do not store flammable material in the ovens or in the storage compartment.
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Make sure that electrical cables connecting other appliances in the proximity of the
cooker cannot come into contact with the hob or become entrapped in the oven doors.
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Do not line the oven walls with aluminium foil. Do not place baking trays or the drip tray
on the base of the oven chamber.
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The manufacturer declines all liability for injury to persons or damage to property caused by incorrect or improper use of the appliance.
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The various components of the appliance are recyclable. Dispose of them in accordance with the regulations in force in your country. If the appliance is to be scrapped,
remove the power cord.
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Always use oven gloves when removing the shelves and food trays from the oven
whilst hot.
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Do not hang towels, dishcloths or other items on the cooker or its handles – as this
could be a fire hazard.
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Clean the ovens regularly and do not allow fat or oils to build up in the oven base or
trays. Remove spillages as soon as they occur.
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Do not stand on the cooker or on the open oven door/s.
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Always stand back from the cooker when opening the oven door/s to allow steam and
hot air to escape before removing the food.
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Safe food handling: Leave food in the oven for as short a time as possible before
and after cooking. This is to avoid contamination by organisms which may cause food
poisoning. Take particular care during warmer weather.
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Do not operate your appliance by means of an external timer or separate remotecontrol system.
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This appliance is for domestic use only.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT
IN ACCORDANCE WITH EC DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC
At the end of its working life, the product must not be disposed of as
urban waste. It must be taken to a special local authority differentiated waste collection centre or to a dealer providing this service.
Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids possible negative consequences for the environment and health deriving from
inappropriate disposal and enables the constituent materials to be
recovered to obtain significant savings in energy and resources. As a
reminder of the need to dispose of household appliances separately,
the product is marked with a crossed-out wheeled dustbin.
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COOKING HOB
Fig. 1.1
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2
4
1
3
GAS BURNERS
1. Auxiliary burner (A) 1,00 kW
2. Semi-rapid burner (SR) 1,75 kW
3. Rapid burner (R)
3,00 kW
4. Triple-ring (TR) 3,50 kW
Notes:
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The electric ignition is incorporated in the knobs.
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The appliance has a safety valve system fitted, the flow of gas will be stopped if and
when the flame should accidentally go out.
CAUTION:
Gas appliances produce heat and humidity in the environment in which they are installed.
Ensure that the cooking area is well ventilated by opening the natural ventilation grilles or
by installing an extractor hood connected to an outlet duct.
CAUTION:
If the appliance is used for a prolonged time it may be necessary to provide further ventilation by opening a window or by increasing the suction power of the extractor hood (if
fitted).
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CONTROL PANEL
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Fig. 2.1
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10
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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CONTROLS DESCRIPTION
1. Fan main oven temperature control knob
2. Fan main oven function selector control knob
3. Front left burner control knob
4. Rear left burner control knob
5. Central burner control knob
6. Rear right burner control knob
7. Front right burner control knob
8. Conventional oven function selector control knob
9. Conventional oven temperature control knob
Pilot lamps:
10. Conventional oven temperature indicator light
11. Fan main oven temperature indicator light
Please note: This appliance incorporates a safety cooling fan which you will hear operating
whenever the oven or grill are in use.
The cooling fan may also operate when the oven is switched off.
This fan is to reduce the external temperature of the appliance and cool the internal components.
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USE OF THE HOB BURNERS
GAS BURNERS
Gas flow to the burners is adjusted by turning the knobs (illustrated in fig. 3.1) which
control the safety valves.
Turning the knob, so that the indicator line
points to the symbols printed on the panel,
achieves the following functions:
- symbol
closed valve
- symbol
maximum
aperture or flow
- symbol
minimum
aperture or flow
√√
The maximum aperture position permits rapid boiling of liquids, whereas
the minimum aperture position allows
slower warming of food or maintaining
boiling conditions of liquids.
√√
To reduce the gas flow to minimum
rotate the knob further anti-clockwise
to point the indicator towards the small
flame symbol.
√√
Other
intermediate
operating
adjustments can be achieved by positioning the indicator between the maximum and minimum aperture positions,
and never between the maximum
aperture and closed positions.
Caution!
The cooking hob becomes very hot
during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
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Fig. 3.1
N.B. When the cooker is not being sed,
set the gas knobs to their closed positions and also close the cock valve on
the gas bottle or the main gas supply
line.
LIGHTING THE BURNERS
CHOICE OF THE BURNER
To ignite the burner, the following instructions are to be followed:
1. Press in the corresponding knob and
turn counter-clockwise (fig. 3.2) to the
On the control panel, near every knob there is a diagram that indicates which burner
is controlled by that knob.
The suitable burner must be chosen according to the diameter and the capacity used.
As an indication, the burners and the pots
must be used in the following way:
full flame position marked by the
symbol (fig. 3.1) and hold the knob in
unt il the flame has been lit.
In the case of a mains failure light the
burner with a match or lighted taper.
2. Wait for about ten seconds after the
gas burner has been lit before letting
go of the knob (valve activation delay).
DIAMETERS OF PANS WHICH MAY
BE USED ON THE BURNERS
BURNERS
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
Auxliliary
12 cm
14 cm
3. Adjust the gas valve to the desired position.
Semi-rapid
16 cm
24 cm
Rapid
24 cm
26 cm
If the burner flame should go out for some
reason, the safety valve will automatically
stop the gas flow.
To re-light the burner, return the knob to
the closed position, wait for at least 1
minute and then repeat the lighting procedure.
If your local gas supply makes it difficult to
light the burner with the knob set to maximum, set the knob to minimum and repeat
the operation.
Triple-ring
26 cm
28 cm
Fig. 3.2
do not use pans with concave or convex bases
It is important that the diameter of the pot
be suitable to the potentiality of the burner
so as not to compromise the high output
of the burners and therefore energy waste.
A small pot on a large burner does not give
you a boiling point in a shorter amount of
time since the capacity of heat absorption
of a liquid mass depends on the volume
and the surface of the pot.
Fig. 3.3
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LEFT MAIN FAN OVEN
Attention: The oven door becomes
very hot during operation.
Keep children away.
GENERAL FEATURES
The heating and cooking in electrical hot
air ovens take place by forced convection.
The two elements which make this process
take place are:
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Circular element 2500 W
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Grill element 2200 W
NOTE:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate the oven at the maximum temperature
(thermostat knob on position 250°C), for 60
and for further
minutes in the position
15 minutes in the position
(thermostat
knob on position 200°C), to eliminate possible traces of grease on the heating elements.
WARNING:
The door is hot, use the handle.
During use the appliance becomes
hot. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements inside the
oven.
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OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating and cooking in the FAN oven are
obtained in the following ways:
a. by forced convection
A fan sucks in the air contained in the
oven muffle, which sends it through
the circular heating element and then
sends it back through the muffle.
Before the hot air is sucked back
again by the fan to repeat the described cycle, it envelops the food in the
oven, provoking a complete and rapid
cooking.
It is possible to cook several dishes simultaneously.
b. by radiation
The heat is radiated by the infra red
grill element.
c. by ventilation
The food is defrosted by using the fan
only function without heat.
Fig. 4.1
Fig. 4.2
THERMOSTAT KNOB (Fig. 4.1)
This only sets the cooking temperature and does not switch the oven on.
Rotate clockwise until the required temperature is reached (from 50 to 250°C).
The light above the temperature selector will illuminate when the oven is swiched on and
turns off when the oven reaches the correct temperature.
The light will cycle on and off during cooking in line with the oven temperature.
FUNCTION SELECTOR KNOB (Fig. 4.2)
Rotate the knob clockwise to set the oven for one of the following functions:
OVEN LIGHT
By setting the knob to this position, only the oven light comes on.
It remains on in all the cooking modes.
DEFROSTING FROZEN FOODS
Only the oven fan comes on. Use with the thermostat knob set to “0” - other positions have
no effect. The food is thawed by ventilation without heating.
Recommended for:
Quick thawing of frozen foods; one kg requires approximately 1 hour.
Thawing times vary according to the quantity and type of food to be thawed.
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HOT AIR COOKING
The circular element and fan come on.
The heat is dispersed by forced convection and the temperature can be regulated to between 50° and 250°C via the thermostat knob.
The oven does not require preheating.
Recommended for:
Food which has to be well-cooked outside and soft or rosy inside, for example lasagne, lamb,
roast beef, whole fish etc.
GRILLING
The infrared grill element comes on.
The heat is dispersed by radiation.
Set the thermostat knob to between 50° and 200°C.
Always grill with the oven door closed.
For cooking hints, see the chapter “USE OF THE GRILL”.
Recommended for:
Intense grilling, browning, cooking au gratin and toasting etc.
Do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time on full heat (200°C).
Caution: The oven door becomes very hot during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
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COOKING ADVICE
STERILIZATION
Sterilization of foods to be conserved, in full and hermetically sealed jars, is done in the
following way:
a. Set the switch to position
.
b. Set the thermostat knob to position 185 °C and preheat the oven.
c. Fill the dripping pan with hot water.
d. Set the jars onto the dripping pan making sure they do not touch each other and the
door and set the thermostat knob to position 135 °C.
When sterilization has begun, that is, when the contents of the jars start to bubble, turn off
the oven and let cool.
REGENERATION
Set the switch to position
and the thermostat knob to position 150° C.
Bread becomes fragrant again if wet with a few drops of water and put into the oven for
about 10 minutes at the highest temperature.
ROASTING
To obtain classical roasting, it is necessary to remember:
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that it is advisable to maintain a temperature between 180° and 200 °C.
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that the cooking time depends on the quantity and the type of foods.
SIMULTANEOUS COOKING OF DIFFERENT FOODS
The FAN consents a simultaneous heterogeneous cooking of different foods. Different foods such as fish, cake and meat can be cooked together without mixing the smells and flavors together. This is possible since the fats and vapors are oxidized while passing through
the electrical element and therefore are not deposited onto the foods.
The only precaution to follow are:
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The cooking temperatures of the different foods must be as close to as possible, with
a maximum difference of 20° - 25 °C.
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The introduction of the different dishes in the oven must be done at different times in
relation to the cooking times of each one.
The time and energy saved with this type of cooking is obvious.
USE OF THE GRILL
Preheat the oven for about 5 minutes.
Introduce the food to be cooked, positioning the rack as close to the grill as possible.
The dripping pan should be placed under the rack to catch the cooking juices and fats.
Grilling with the oven door closed.
Do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time on full heat (200°C).
Caution: The oven door becomes very hot during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
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RIGHT SMALL CONVENTIONAL OVEN
Attention: The oven door becomes
very hot during operation.
Keep children away.
GENERAL FEATURES
The conventional oven is provided with 3
heating elements which are:
a. Bottom element 800 W
b. Top element 700 W
c. Grill element 1450 W
NOTE:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate the
oven at the maximum temperature (thermostat knob on position 250) for 60 minutes in the position
and for another 15
minutes in the position
(thermostat knob
on position 200°C), to eliminate possible
traces of grease on the heating elements.
WARNING:
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating and cooking in the CONVENTIONAL oven are obtained in the following
ways:
a. by natural convection
The heat is produced by the upper and
lower heating elements.
b. by radiation
The heat is radiated by the infra red
grill element.
THERMOSTAT KNOB (Fig. 5.2)
This only sets the cooking temperature and
does not switch the oven on.
Rotate clockwise until the required temperature is reached (from 50 to 250°C).
The light above the temperature selector
will illuminate when the oven is swiched on
and turns off when the oven reaches the
correct temperature.
The light will cycle on and off during cooking in line with the oven temperature.
The door is hot, use the handle.
During use the appliance becomes
hot. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements inside the
oven.
Fig. 5.1
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Fig. 5.2
FUNCTION SELECTOR KNOB (Fig. 5.1)
Rotate the knob clockwise to set the oven for one of the following functions:
OVEN LIGHT
By setting the knob to this position, only the oven light comes on.
It remains on in all the cooking modes.
TRADITIONAL CONVECTION COOKING
The upper and lower heating elements come on.
The heat is dispersed by natural convection and the temperature must be set to between
50° and 250°C via the thermostat knob.
The oven must be preheated before cooking.
Recommended for:
Food that requires the same degree of cooking both inside and out, for example roasts,
spare pork ribs, meringues etc.
GRILLING
The infrared grill element comes on.
The heat is dispersed by radiation.
Set the thermostat knob to between 50° and 200°C.
Always grill with the oven door closed.
For cooking hints, see the chapter “USE OF THE GRILL”.
Recommended for:
Intense grilling, browning, cooking au gratin and toasting etc.
Do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time on full heat (200°C).
Caution: The oven door becomes very hot during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
USE OF THE GRILL
Preheat the oven for about 5 minutes.
Introduce the food to be cooked, positioning the rack as close to the grill as possible.
The dripping pan should be placed under the rack to catch the cooking juices and fats.
Grilling with the oven door closed.
Do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time on full heat (200°C).
Caution: the oven door becomes very hot during operation.
Keep children well out of reach.
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COOKING GUIDE
Temperature and times given are approximate, as they will vary depending on the quality
and amount of food being cooked.
Remember to use ovenproof dishes and to adjust the oven temperature during cooking if
necessary.
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APPROX.
TEMPERATURE
HEAT OF
OVEN
125°C
(257°F)
Very cool
oven
135°C - 140°C
(275°F - 285°F
Cool or slow
oven
Milk puddings, very rich fruit cakes,
eg., Christmas.
150°C
(300°F)
Cool or slow
oven
Stews, casseroles, braising, rich fruit
cakes, eg., Dundee.
160°C - 170°C
(320°F - 338°F
Warm
oven
Biscuits, Low temperature roasting,
rich plain cakes eg., Madeira cake.
180°C
(356°F)
Moderate
oven
Plain cakes, eg., Victoria sandwich,
meat pies.
190°C
(374°F)
Fairly hot
oven
Small cakes, savoury flans, fish.
200°C
(392°F)
Hot
oven
Plain cakes and buns, swiss rolls, fruit
pies. High temp. roasting.
215°C
(419°F)
Moderately hot
oven
Bread and bread rolls etc., scones,
flaky and rough puff pastry, Yorkshire
pudding.
225°C
(437°F)
Very cool
oven
Sausage rolls, mince pies, puff pastry.
Browning ready cooked dishes.
TYPE OF DISH TO COOK
Meringue, slow cooking foods.
Important Notes
Installation, and any demonstration, information or adjustments are not included in the
warranty.
The cooker must be installed by a suitably qualified and registered person in accordance
with the relevant Standards.
Attention
The appliance gets very hot, mainly around the cooking areas. It is very important
that children are not left alone in the kitchen when you are cooking.
AFTER SALES SERVICE
Should you require to book a service call telephone 0870 5425425.
For product information and advise telephone 0113 2793520
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
GENERAL ADVICE
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Before you begin cleaning, you
must ensure that the appliance is
switched off.
When the appliance is not being used,
it is advisable to keep the gas tap closed.
The periodical lubrication of the gas
taps must be done only by specialized
personnel.
If a tap becomes stiff, do not force;
contact your local After Sales Service
Centre.
It is advisable to clean when the appliance is cold and especially when
cleaning the enamelled parts.
Avoid leaving alkaline or acidic substances (lemon juice, vinegar, etc.) on
the surfaces.
Avoid using cleaning products with a
chlorine or acidic base.
Important: The use of suitable protective clothing/gloves is recommended when handling or cleaning
of this appliance.
ENAMELLED PARTS
All the enamelled parts must be cleaned
with a sponge and soapy water or other
non-abrasive products.
Dry preferably with a microfibre or soft
cloth.
Acidic substances like lemon juice, tomato
sauce, vinegar etc. can damage the enamel if left too long.
STAINLESS STEEL, ALUMINIUM
PARTS, PAINTED AND SILK-SCREEN PRINTED SURFACES
Clean using an appropriate product.
Always dry thoroughly.
IMPORTANT: these parts must be cleaned
very carefully to avoid scratching and abrasion. You are advised to use a soft cloth
and neutral soap.
CAUTION: Do not use abrasive substances or non-neutral detergents as these
will irreparably damage the surface.
WARNING
When correctly installed, your product
meets all safety requirements laid down
for this type of product category. However special care should be taken
around the rear or the underneath of the
appliance as these areas are not designed or intended to be touched and may
contain sharp or rough edges, that may
cause injury.
Attention! The appliance gets very hot, mainly around the cooking areas. It is very
important that children are not left alone in the kitchen when you are cooking.
Do not use a steam cleaner because the moisture can get into the appliance thus
make it unsafe.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door
glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the
glass.
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GAS TAPS
BURNERS
Periodic lubrication of the gas taps must be
carried out by specialist personnel only.
In the event of operating faults in the gas
taps, call the Service Department.
They can be removed and washed with
soapy water only.
They will remain always perfect if cleaned
with products used for silverware.
After cleaning or wash, check that burnercaps and burner-heads are dry before placing them in the respective housings.
Check that the electrode “S” (figs. 7.1, 7.3)
next to each burner is always clean to ensure trouble-free sparking.
Check that the probe “T” (figs. 7.1, 7.3)
next to each burner is always clean to ensure correct operation of the safety valves.
Both the probe and ignition plug must
be very carefully cleaned.
Note: The electrode “S” must be very
carefully cleaned. To avoid damage to
the electric ignition do not use it when
the burners are not in place.
INSIDE OF OVEN
The oven should always be cleaned after
use when it has cooled down.
The cavity should be cleaned using a mild
detergent solution and warm water. Suitable proprietary chemical cleaners may be
used after first consulting with the manufacturers recommendations and testing a
small sample of the oven cavity. Abrasive
cleaning agents or scouring pads/cloths
should not be used on the cavity surface.
NOTE: The manufacturers of this appliance will accept no responsibility for damage
caused by chemical or abrasive cleaning.
Let the oven cool down and pay special
attention no to touch the hot heating
elements inside the oven cavity.
REPLACING THE OVEN LIGHT BULB
Switch the cooker off at the mains.
When the cooker is cool unscrew and replace the bulb with another one resistant to
high temperatures (300°C), voltage 230V,
type E14 and same power (check watt power as stamped in the bulb itself) of the replaced bulb.
Note: Oven bulb replacement is not covered by your guarantee.
CORRECT REPLACEMENT OF
THE AUXILIARY, SEMIRAPID AND
SEMI-RAPID BURNERS
It is very important to check that the burner flame distributor F and the cap C has
been correctly positioned (see figs. 7.1
- 7.2) - failure to do so can cause serious
problems.
CORRECT REPLACEMENT OF THE
TRIPLE RING BURNER
The triple ring burner must be correctly positioned (see fig. 7.5); the burner rib must
be enter in their logement as shown by the
arrow (see fig. 7.3).
The burner correctly positioned must not
rotate (fig. 7.4).
Then position the cap A and the ring B
(figs. 7.4 - 7.5).
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C
F
T
S
Fig. 7.1
Fig. 7.2
S
T
Fig. 7.3
A
B
Fig. 7.4
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Fig. 7.5
ASSEMBLY AND DISMANTLING OF
THE SIDE RUNNER FRAMES
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Fit the side runner frames into the holes on the side walls inside the oven
(Fig. 7.6).
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Slide the shelf and the tray into the
runners (Fig. 7.7).
The shelf must be fitted so that the
safety catch, which stops it sliding out,
faces the inside of the oven (fig. 7.7).
•
To dismantle, operate in reverse order.
Fig. 7.6
Fig. 7.7
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OVEN DOORS
STORAGE COMPARTMENT
The internal glass panel can be easily removed for cleaning by unscrewing the retaining screws (fig. 7.8).
The storage compartment is accessible
through the pivoting panel (fig. 7.9).
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or
sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven
door glass since they can scratch the
surface, which may result in shattering
of the glass.
Fig. 7.8
Fig. 7.9
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Do not store flammable material in the
oven or in the storage compartment.
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
The oven door can easily be removed as
follows:
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•
•
•
•
•
•
Fig. 7.11a
Open the door to the full extent (fig.
7.11a).
Attach the retaining rings to the hooks on the left and right hinges (fig.
7.11b).
Hold the door as shown in fig. 7.10.
Gently close the door and withdraw
the lower hinge pins from their location (fig. 7.11c).
Withdraw the upper hinge pins from
their location (fig. 7.11d).
Fig. 7.11b
Rest the door on a soft surface.
To replace the door, repeat the above
steps in reverse order.
Fig. 7.11c
Fig. 7.11d
Fig. 7.10
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Advice for the installer
IMPORTANT
•
Cooker installation must only be carried out by QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS and in
compliance with local safety standards. Failure to install the appliance correctly could
invalidate any manufacturer’s warranty.
•
The appliance must be installed in compliance with regulations in force in your country
and in observation of the manufacturer’s instructions.
•
Always disconnect the appliance from the electrical supply before carrying out any
maintenance operations or repairs.
•
Some appliances are supplied with a protective film on steel and aluminium parts.
This film must be removed before using the cooker.
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INSTALLATION
The cooker must be installed by a qualified technician and in compliance with local
safety standards.
This cooker has class “2/1” overheating protection so that it can be installed next
to a cabinet.
If the cooker is installed adjacent to furniture which is higher than the gas hob cooktop, a
gap of at least 200 mm must be left between the side of the cooker and the furniture.
The furniture walls adjacent to the cooker must be made of material resistant to heat.
The veneered synthetical material and the glue used must be resistant to a temperature of
90°C in order to avoid ungluing or deformations.
The cooker may be located in a kitchen, a kitchen/diner or bed-sitting room but not in a
room containing a bath or shower.
Curtains must not be fitted immediately behind appliance or within 500 mm of the sides.
If the cooker is located on a pedestal it is necessary to provide safety measures to prevent
falling out.
450 mm
650 mm
It is essential that the cooker is positioned as stated below.
200 mm
500 mm
Fig. 8.1
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FITTING THE ADJUSTABLE FEET
The adjustable feet must be fitted to the
base of the cooker before use (fig. 8.2).
Rest the rear of the cooker on a piece of
the polystyrene packaging exposing the
base for the fitting of the feet.
Fit the 4 legs by screwing them tight into
the support base as shown in figure 8.3.
LEVELLING THE COOKER
Fig. 8.2
The cooker may be levelled by screwing
the lower ends of the feet IN or OUT (fig.
8.4).
Fig. 8.3
Fig. 8.4
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MOVING THE COOKER
WARNING: When raising cooker to upright position always ensure two people carry
out this manoeuvre to prevent damage to the adjustable feet (fig. 8.5).
Fig. 8.5
WARNING
Be carefull: Do not lift the cooker by
the door handle/s when raising to the
upright position (fig. 8.6).
Fig. 8.6
WARNING
When moving cooker to its final position DO NOT DRAG (fig. 8.7).
Lift feet clear of floor (fig. 8.5).
Fig. 8.7
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STABILITY DEVICE (STABILITY BRACKET OR STABILITY CHAIN)
Due to varying site and installation requirements, stability devices are not supplied with this
appliance.
It is therefore the responsibility of the suitably qualified and registered installer to ensure
that a suitable stability device for the type of installation is fitted to the appliance as shown
in figures 8.8a or 8.8b below.
This can be purchased from most plumbers merchants and do it yourself (D.I.Y.) shops.
STABILITY CHAIN
Back of the cooker
Rear wall
Fig. 8.8a
STABILITY
BRACKET
Existing slot in the
rear of the cooker
Bracket
Outline of cooker backplate
at the engagement slot
3 mm
Dotted line showing the
position of cooker when fixed
Fig. 8.8b
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Wall fixing
Floor fixing
PROVISION FOR VENTILATION
•
The appliance should be installed into a room or space with an air supply in accordance with BS 5440-2: 2000.
•
For rooms with a volume of less than 5 m3 - permanent ventilation of 100 cm2 free area
will be required.
•
For rooms with a volume of between 5 m3 and 10 m3 a permanent ventilation of 50
cm2 free area will be required unless the room has a door which opens directly to the
outside air in which case no permanent ventilation is required.
•
For rooms with a volume greater than 10 m3 - no permanent ventilation is required.
NB. Regardless of room size, all rooms containing the appliance must have direct
access to the outside air via an openable window or equivalent.
•
Where there are other fuel burning appliances in the same room, BS 5440-2: 2000
should be consulted to determine the correct amount of free area ventilation requirements.
•
The above requirements allow also for use of a gas oven and grill but if there are other
gas burning appliances in the same room, consult a qualified engineer.
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9
GAS SECTION
GAS INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
Important !
•
The walls adjacent to the cooker must be of heat-resistant material.
•
Before installation, make sure that the local distribution conditions (gas type
and pressure) and the adjustment of this appliance are compatible. The appliance adjustment conditions are given on the plate or the label.
•
This appliance must be installed and serviced only by a suitably qualified, registered installer. The installer shall refer to the local standards in force.
•
Failure to install the appliance correctly could invalidate any manufacturer’s
warranty.
This appliance is supplied for use on Natural gas or LPG (check the gas regulation label
attached on the appliance).
•
Appliances supplied for use on Natural gas: they are adjusted for this gas only and
cannot be used on any other gas (LPG) without modification. The appliances are manufactured for conversion to LPG.
•
Appliances supplied for use on LPG: they are adjusted for this gas only and cannot be
used on any other gas (Natural gas) without modification. The appliances are manufactured for conversion to Natural gas.
If the Natural gas/LPG conversion kit is not supplied with the appliance this kit can be purchased by contacting the After-Sales Service.
INSTALLATION & SERVICE REGULATIONS
It is a legal requirement that all gas appliances are Installed & Serviced by a competent
person in accordance with the current editions of the following Standards & Regulations or
those regulations appropriate to the geographical region in which they are to be installed:
•
•
•
•
Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations
Building Regulations
British Standards
Regulations for Electrical Installation
Installation and service of any gas product must be made by a suitably qualified and registered person competent on the type of product being installed or serviced and holding a
valid certificate of competence for the work being carried out. Currently the proof of competence is the Accredited Certification Scheme (ACS) or S/NVQ that has been aligned to
the ACS.
It is also a requirement that all businesses or self employed installers are members of a
class of person approved by the Health and Safety Executive.
Failure to install the appliance correctly could invalidate any manufacturers warranty and
lead to prosecution under the above quoted regulation.
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Gas Connection
The installation of the gas appliance to Natural Gas or LP Gas must be carried out by a
suitably qualified and registered installer.
Installers shall take due account of the provisions of the relevant British Standards Code
of Practice, the Gas Safety Regulations and the Building Standards (Scotland) (Consolidation) Regulations issued by the Scottish Development Department.
Installation to Natural Gas
Installation to Natural Gas must conform to the Code of Practice, etc.
The supply pressure for Natural Gas is 20 mbar.
The installation must conform to the relevant British Standards.
Installation to LP Gas
When operating on Butane gas a supply pressure of 28-30 mbar is required.
When using Propane gas a supply pressure of 37 mbar is required.
The installation must conform to the relevant British Standards.
Warning: Only a suitably qualified and registered installer, also with technical knowledge
of electricity should install the appliance.
He should observe the Regulations and Codes of Practice governing such installation of
gas appliances.
Note: It is recommended that the gas connection to the appliance is installed with a flexible
connecting tube made to BS5386.
Notes:
•
•
Flexible hoses can be used where the sited ambient temperature of the hose
does not exceed 70°C. These hoses must be manufactured in accordance with
BS669 part 1 and be of the correct construction for the type of gas being used.
Gas hoses designed for natural gas MUST NOT be used for supplying LPG gas
(LPG gas hoses can be identified by a either a red band or stripe on the rubber
outer coating of the hose).
The hose should not be crushed or trapped or be in contact with sharp or abrasive edges.
Using a suitable leak detection fluid solution (e.g. Rocol) check each gas connection one
at a time by brushing the solution over the connection.
The presence of bubbles will indicate a leak.
If there is a leak, tighten the fitting and then recheck for leaks.
IMPORTANT!
Do not use a naked flame to test for leaks.
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Gas Connection
GB
Cat:
II 2H3+
Before starting the gas connection fit the 1/2” BSP male connector to the right or left inlet
pipe terminal.
The gas supply must use the nearest gas inlet pipe which is located at the left or the right
hand side at the rear of the appliance (fig. 9.1).
The hose should also be connected in such away that it does not touch the floor.
To screw the connecting tube operate with two spanners (fig. 9.2).
The unused end inlet pipe must be closed with the plug interposing the gasket.
After connecting to the mains, check that the coupling are correctly sealed, using
soapy solution, but never a flame.
Left gas inlet pipe
Right gas inlet pipe
Plug
Fitting the plug on the
inlet pipe terminal not used
Fitting the 1/2” BSP
(male) connector
Cooker manifold
(Right or left
inlet pipe)
Gasket
Manifold
male pipe fitting
1/2” BSP (male)
Gasket (#)
Fig. 9.1
Plug (#)
The male
connector is
supplied
with the appliance
in a separate kit
1/2” G cylindrical
(ISO 228-1) female
(#) Already fitted on the
right or left inlet pipe
Fig. 9.2
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1/2” G cylindrical
(ISO 228-1) male
IMPORTANT PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GAS CONNECTION
700 mm
Rear wall
200 mm
Suggested area for
gas mains connection
Fig. 9.3
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Conversion to Natural Gas or to LPG
TABLE FOR THE CHOICE OF THE INJECTORS - Cat: II 2H3+
LPG
G30 28-30 mbar
G31 37 mbar
Natural Gas
G20 20 mbar
Ø injector
[1/100 mm]
Ø injector
[1/100 mm]
Nominal
Power [kW]
Reduced
Power [kW]
Auxiliary (A)
1,00
0,30
50
77
Semi-rapid (SR)
1,75
0,45
66
101
Rapid (R)
3,00
0,75
87
129
Triple-ring (TR)
3,50
1,50
93
135
BURNERS
AIR VENT NECESSARY FOR GAS COMBUSTION = (2 m3/h x kW)
BURNERS
Air necessary for combustion [m3/h]
Auxiliary (A)
2,00
Semi-rapid (SR)
3,50
Rapid (R)
6,00
Triple-ring (TR)
7,00
LUBRICATION OF THE GAS TAPS
In case of difficulty in the gas taps operation, call Service.
IMPORTANT
All intervention regarding installation maintenance of the appliance must be fulfilled
with original factory parts.
The manufacturer declines any liability resulting from the non-compliance of this
obligation.
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REPLACEMENT OF THE INJECTORS
Select the injectors to be replaced according to the “Table for the choice of the
injectors”.
Auxiliary,
semi-rapid
and rapid
burners
J
If the injectors are not supplied they can
be obtained from the “Service Centre”.
REPLACEMENT OF THE INJECTORS OF THE COOKTOP BURNERS
To replace the injectors proceed as follows:
•
Remove pan supports and burners
from the cooktop.
•
Using a wrench, substitute the nozzle
injectors “J” (figs. 9.4, 9.5) with those
most suitable for the kind of gas for
which it is to be used.
Fig. 9.4
Triple-ring
burner
J
The burners are conceived in such a
way so as not to require the regulation
of the primary air.
ADJUSTING OF THE MINIMUM OF
THE TOP BURNERS
In the minimum position the flame must
have a length of about 4 mm and must remain lit even with a quick turn from the maximum position to that of minimum.
Fig. 9.5
The flame adjustment is done in the following way:
•
Turn on the burner.
•
Turn the tap to the MINIMUM position.
•
Take off the knob.
•
With a thin screwdriver turn the screw
F until adjustment is correct (fig. 9.6).
Normally for LPG (G30/G31), tighten up
the regulation screw.
F
Fig. 9.6
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ELECTRICAL SECTION
WARNING!
ELECTRICITY CAN BE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS.
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
The appliance must be connected to the electrical network verifying above all that the
voltage corresponds to the value indicated on the specifications plate and that the cables
section of the electrical plant can bear the load which is also indicated on the plate.
It is recomended that the appliance is connected directly to the mains by fixed wiring, placing a double pole switch with minimum opening between the contacts of 3 mm.
Alternative connection methods may be available as long as they conform to current IEE
wiring regulation.
The power supply cable must not touch the hot parts and must be positioned so that it does
not exceed 75°C at any point.
Once the cooker has been installed, the switch must always be accessible.
Before effecting any intervention on the electrical parts the appliance must be disconnected from the network.
ELECTRICAL FEEDER CABLE CONNECTION
The operations must be executed by a qualified technician.
To connect the supply cable:
•
Remove the screws securing the cover “A” on the rear of the cooker (fig. 10.1).
•
Feed the supply cable through the cable clamp “D” (fig. 10.1).
The supply cable must be of a suitable size for the current requirements of the appliance; see the section “Feeder cable specifications”.
•
Connect the wires to the terminal block “B” as shown in the diagram in figure 10.2; or
connect the phase and neutral wires to the terminal block “B” and the earth wire to the
terminal “PE” as shown in figure 10.1.
•
Take up any slack in the cable and secure with the cable clamp “D”.
•
Replace the cover “A”.
N.B. The earth conductor must be left about 3 cm longer than the others.
FEEDER CABLE SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE H05RR-F
230 V ac
3 x 2,5 mm2 (*)
(*) Connection with wall box connection
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PE
N
L
230 V
D
B
L1 N PE
(L2)
A
Fig. 10.1
Fig. 10.2
CONNECTION TO FIXED WIRING
A double pole switch must be provided no further than 2 metres from the appliance to the
electrical supply.
The appliance should be connected to a DOUBLE POLE SWITCHED FUSED SPUR
OUTLET, similar to that shown in Fig. 10.3.
Fig. 10.3
DOUBLE POLE SWITCHED
FUSED SPUR OUTLET
FUSE
ON
Use a suitable FUSE in accordance
with the appliance power rating
We recommend that the appliance is connected by a suitably qualified person who will
comply with the IEE and local regulation.
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The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for possible inaccuracies due to printing or transcription errors in the
present booklet.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make all modifications to its products deemed necessary for manufacturer
commercial reasons at any moment and without prior notice, without jeopardising the essential functional and safety
characteristics of the appliances.
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