Operating and installation instructions BFIA, BFIU

Operating and installation instructions BFIA, BFIU
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Operating and installation instructions BFIA, BFIU
Surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with
cooktop extractor
BFIASUMEN-000
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M8800340-000
Operating and installation instructions:
 Original  Translation
Manufacturer
BORA Lüftungstechnik GmbH
Rosenheimer Str. 32
83064 Raubling
Germany
Contact
T +49 (0) 8035 / 907-240
F +49 (0) 8035 / 907-249
info@bora.com
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All rights reserved.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
6.8
Device power management
(overall power reduction)................................ 29
Connect the external switch contact.............. 30
Handover to user............................................ 31
1General
4
6.9
6.10
2Safety
6
7Operation
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
General safety precautions............................... 6
Safety instructions, operation........................... 7
Safety instructions, assembly........................... 8
Safety instructions, disassembly and disposal.... 9
Safety instructions, spare parts...................... 10
Use as intended.............................................. 10
3
Technical data
11
4
Energy label
12
5
Device description
13
5.1Structure........................................................ 13
5.2
Operating panel and
operating principle.......................................... 14
5.3
Functional principle of the cooking zone........ 15
5.3.1 Power levels................................................... 15
5.3.2 Automatic heat up function............................ 16
5.3.3 power setting.................................................. 16
5.3.4 Heat retention levels...................................... 16
5.3.5 Bridging function............................................ 16
5.3.6 Pause function................................................ 16
5.3.7 Timer functions............................................... 16
5.3.8 Pan size recognition....................................... 16
5.3.9 Suitable cookware.......................................... 17
Functional principle of the cooktop extractor... 17
5.4
5.4.1 Freely adjustable power control..................... 17
5.4.2 Automatic cooktop extractor function............ 17
5.4.3 Power setting.................................................. 17
5.4.4 Automatic after-run........................................ 17
5.4.5 Filter service display....................................... 17
5.4.6 Interface communication................................ 18
5.5
Safety devices................................................ 18
5.5.1 Residual heat display...................................... 18
5.5.2 Safety shut-down............................................ 18
5.5.3 Cooking zone overheating protection............. 18
5.5.4 Automatic switch-off if the button is
pressed and held............................................ 18
5.5.5 Childproofing feature...................................... 18
6Installation
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.6.1
6.7
19
Checking the scope of delivery...................... 19
Tool and aids.................................................. 19
Assembly instructions.................................... 19
Safety distances............................................. 19
Cut-out dimensions for the cooktop............... 20
Installing the recirculation version (BFIU)....... 21
Installing the exhaust air version (BFIA)......... 24
Operating the cooktop extractor with a fireplace that depends on the air in the room....... 24
Establishing the power connection................. 28
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7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.2.5
7.2.6
7.2.7
7.2.8
7.2.9
7.2.10
7.2.11
7.2.12
7.2.13
7.2.14
7.2.15
7.2.16
7.2.17
32
7.3.7
7.3.8
7.3.9
7.4
7.5
General operating instructions....................... 32
Operating the cooktop.................................... 32
Select cooking zone....................................... 32
Adjusting the power level............................... 32
Changing the power level............................... 32
Selecting the power setting............................ 32
Switching the power setting off early............. 32
Switching off the cooking zone...................... 32
Pay attention to the residual heat display...... 32
Pause function................................................ 33
Bridging function............................................ 33
Switching on the bridging function................. 33
Switching off the bridging function................. 33
Automatic heat up function ........................... 33
Switching off the automatic heat up function... 34
Heat retention level........................................ 34
Using the timer function................................. 34
Switching the signal beep off early................. 34
Setting the short-time timer
(egg timer)...................................................... 34
Switching off the short-time timer
(egg timer) early............................................. 34
Setting the automatic cut-off.......................... 34
Switching off the automatic cut-off early....... 35
Changing the timer settings........................... 35
Switching the childproofing feature on/off.... 35
Operating the cooktop extractor.................... 35
Selecting a cooktop extractor........................ 35
Adjusting the power level............................... 35
Changing the power level............................... 35
Selecting the power setting............................ 35
Automatic cooktop extractor function............ 36
Switching off the automatic cooktop
extractor function........................................... 36
Automatic after-run........................................ 36
Switching off the automatic after-run early.... 36
Switching off the cooktop extractor............... 36
Pay attention to the filter service display....... 36
Saving energy................................................. 36
8
Cleaning and maintenance
7.2.18
7.2.19
7.2.20
7.2.21
7.2.22
7.3
7.3.1
7.3.2
7.3.3
7.3.4
7.3.5
7.3.6
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.4.1
8.4.2
8.4.3
8.5
8.5.1
8.5.2
8.6
37
Cleaning agents.............................................. 37
Maintaining the cooktop................................. 37
Cleaning the cooktop..................................... 37
Cleaning the cooktop extractor...................... 38
Removing the air inlet nozzle and
stainless steel grease filter............................. 38
Cleaning the air inlet nozzle and
stainless steel grease filter............................. 38
Installing stainless steel grease filter and
air inlet nozzle................................................ 39
Cleaning the air guiding housing.................... 39
Opening the air guiding housing..................... 39
Closing the air guiding housing...................... 39
Replacing the activated charcoal filter........... 40
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9Troubleshooting
10
Decommissioning, disassembly
and disposal
42
43
10.1Decommissioning........................................... 43
10.2Disassembly................................................... 43
10.3 Disposing of the product in an
environmentally friendly way.......................... 43
11
Warranty, After Sales Service and
spare parts
44
11.1Warranty......................................................... 44
11.2 After Sales Service......................................... 44
11.3 Spare parts..................................................... 44
12Notes:
4
45
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General
1 General
INFO
Target group
These operating and assembly instructions are intended
for the following target groups:
Target group
Requirements
Users
The Device may be used by children from the age of 8 as well as
by people with limited physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or a
lack of experience and/or knowledge, provided they are supervised, have been instructed in the
safe use of the device and have
understood the dangers involved.
Children must be supervised. All
safety and warning information
and handling instructions in the
operating manual must be followed.
Ambitious Diyers
Ambitious Diyers may carry out all
the necessary carpentry and
assembly work themselves providing that they have the necessary
skills and knowledge. They must
not connect the current and gas
themselves.
Assembly
The assembly expert must carry
expert
out all the necessary carpentry
and assembly work taking existing
regulations into account. The current and gas connections must be
approved for the system in use by
a certified electrician before use.
Electrical
The electrical connection must
expert
only be executed by a certified
electrician. He/she also assumes
responsibility for the proper electrical installation and commissioning.
Expert
The gas connection must only be
gas connection
implemented by a certified gas
engineer. He/she also assumes
responsibility for the proper gas
installation and commissioning.
Tab. 1.1:  Target groups
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EN
BORA Holding GmbH, BORA Vertriebs
GmbH & Co KG, BORA APAC Pty Ltd and BORA
Lüftungstechnik GmbH - hereinafter referred
to as BORA - shall not assume any liability for
damage caused by non-compliance with these
documents nor by improper assembly!
The electricity and gas connections must be
implemented by a certified engineer.
Assembly must only take place in compliance
with the applicable norms, regulations and
laws. All safety and warning information and
handling instructions in the operating and
assembly instructions must be followed.
Validity of the operating and assembly
instructions
This manual is valid for several versions of the device. For
this reason, it is possible that individual features are
described in the manual that do not apply to your device.
Other applicable documents
Additional documents are valid as well as these operating
and assembly instructions, and likewise need to be observed.
Please observe all documents included in the scope of
delivery.
INFO
BORA cannot assume any liability for damage
caused by non-compliance with these documents!
Guidelines
These devices meet the following EC guidelines:
2004/108/EC EMC Directive
2006/95/EC Low-Voltage Directive
2009/125/EC Ecological Design Directive
2010/30/EC Energy label Directive
2011/65/EC RoHS Directive
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General
EN
Depiction of information
We used standard formatting, numbering, symbols, safety
instructions, terms and abbreviations so that you can work
quickly and safely when using this manual.
Instructions are marked with an arrow.
XX
Always perform all instructions in the prescribed
order.
Enumerations are indicated with a square bullet point at
the start of the line.
QQ Enumeration 1
QQ Enumeration 2
INFO
Information notes point to special features
that must be taken into account.
Safety and warning instructions
The safety and warning instructions in this manual are emphasised with symbols and signal words.
Safety and warning instructions are structured as follows:
WARNING SYMBOL AND SIGNAL WORD!
Type and source of the danger
Results of non-compliance
XX
Measures to minimise risk
Please note:
warning symbol draws your attention to the risk.
signal word indicates the severity of that risk.
QQ The
QQ The
Warning
symbol
Signal word Risk
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
—
CAUTION
Indicates an immediate, hazardous situation which
causes death or serious
injury if not respected.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which can
cause death or serious
injury if not respected.
Indicates a possible hazardous situation which can
cause minor injury if not
respected.
Indicates a situation which
can cause minor injury if not
respected.
Tab. 1.2:  Meaning of the warning symbols and signal
words
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Safety
2 Safety
2.1 General safety precautions
INFO
The product complies with the mandatory
safety provisions.
The user is responsible for cleaning, care and
safe use of the device. Any improper use may
lead to personal injury and property damage.
operating and installation instructions contain
important information concerning assembly and operation. It protects you from injury and prevents damage
to the product. You can find contact data to get
further information and answers to questions about
the use of the product on the last page of this operating and installation instructions.
QQ The term "device" is used to refer to cooktop, cooktop
extractor or cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor.
XX
Set the cooktop extractor to a low setting for about
15 minutes or activate the automatic after-run after
every use in the recirculated air mode.
Effects on pacemakers, hearing aids and metal
implants
INFO
QQ This
XX
Read this operating and installation instructions in full
before you assemble the device and start to use it.
XX
Always keep these operating and installation instructions to hand so it is available when needed.
XX
After selling the device, pass on the operating and installation manual to the new owner.
XX
Carry out all work with great care and attention.
XX
Check the device for visible damage after unpacking.
XX
Do not install a damaged device.
XX
Do not use the device until installation is complete.
Only in this way a safe operation can be guaranteed.
XX
Make sure contact with hot cooking surfaces is not
possible.
XX
Avoid over-cooking.
XX
Pay attention to the residual heat indicator.
XX
Turn the device off after use. Do not rely on the pan
size recognition.
XX
Keep pets away from the device.
Recirculated air mode
INFO
INFO
Every time the device is used for cooking, supplementary moisture is released into the room
air.
In the recirculated air mode, only a small
amount of moisture is removed from the cooking vapours.
XX
Make sure that the room is sufficiently ventilated to
the outside air in the recirculated air mode, e.g.
through an open window.
XX
Ensure a normal and comfortable indoor climate
(45-60% humidity), e.g. through natural ventilation
openings or domestic ventilation systems.
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EN
Induction cooktops generate a high-frequency
electromagnetic field in the area of the
cooking zones. The cooking zones may affect
pacemakers, hearing aids or metal implants
negatively or disturb their function when in
close proximity. A reduced function of the
pacemaker is unlikely.
XX
If in doubt, contact the manufacturer of your medical
device or your doctor.
When there are children and people with
special needs in the house
QQ This
device may be used by children from the age of 8
as well as by persons with limited physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or a lack of experience and/or
knowledge, provided they are supervised, have been
instructed in the safe use of the device and have
understood the dangers involved.
QQ Do not leave children unattended when they are near
the device.
QQ Children must not play with the device.
QQ Use the child safety lock in order to prevent children
from switching on the cooktop or changing the settings when they are unattended.
XX
Do not store any objects that could be of interest to
children in storage spaces above or behind the device.
Otherwise, the children will be tempted to climb onto
the device.
XX
Keep children and other persons away from the cooking surfaces.
Unauthorised modifications
Due to unauthorised modifications
The device can constitute a hazard.
XX
Do not make any changes to the device.
Cleaning and Maintenance
The device must be cleaned at regular intervals. Dirt can
lead to damage or odour nuisance.
Remove dirt immediately.
QQ Any work involving cleaning and user maintenance
must not be carried out by children unless they are
supervised at all times while doing so.
XX
Do not use a steam cleaner for cleaning. Steam can
cause a short circuit on live parts and thus lead to property damage (see the Cleaning chapter).
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Safety
EN
WARNING!
Risk of burns caused by a hot cooktop!
The cooktop and its touchable parts become
hot during operation. After turning off the
cooking zone, allow it to cool down to less
than 60°C first. Touching hot surfaces can
lead to serious burns.
XX
Do not touch the hot cooktop.
XX
Keep children away from the hot cooktop
unless they are under constant supervision.
XX
Do not place any hot cookware in the area of the control panel so as not to damage the underlying
electronics.
XX
When cleaning the device, water must not penetrate
the interior of the device. Use only a slightly damp
cloth. Never spray the device with water. Water penetration can cause damage!
XX
Whenever possible, clean the cooktop after every use.
XX
Clean the cooktop only after it has cooled down.
XX
When cleaning, only use non-abrasive cleaning agents
to prevent scratching and abrasion on the surface.
XX
Make sure that the base of the cookware as well as
the cooking zone are clean and dry.
XX
Always lift (do not drag!) the cookware to prevent
scratching and abrasion on the surface.
XX
Do not place any hot cookware onto the air inlet
nozzle of the cooktop extractor.
XX
Make sure that hot cookware does not touch the edge
of the air inlet nozzle.
WARNING!
Danger of fire caused by objects on the
cooktop!
The cooktop and its touchable parts become
hot when the cooking zone is switched on
and while it is cooling down. Objects on the
cooktop can heat up and ignite.
XX
Do not leave any objects on the cooktop.
2.2 Safety instructions, operation
WARNING!
Risk of burns caused by hot objects!
The cooktop and its touchable parts become
hot when the cooking zone is switched on and
while it is cooling down. Objects (pot lid, cooktop extractor cover) on the cooktop become
hot very quickly and can lead to serious burns.
XX
Do not leave any objects on the cooktop.
XX
Use suitable aids (pot cloths, thermal
glove).
Cooktop
DANGER!
Danger of fire caused by leaving the cooktop
unattended!
Oil or fat in the pot can quickly heat up and
ignite.
XX
Never leave oil or fat to heat up unattended.
XX
Never extinguish oil and fat fires with water.
XX
Suffocate the fire, for example by using a lid.
WARNING!
Risk of burns caused by hot cookware!
Handles protruding over the worktops can
induce children to grab them.
XX
Do not turn the handles on the pots or
pans to one side over the worktop.
XX
Prevent children from pulling down hot
pots and pans.
XX
A special stove guard for children (available
in specialist shops) reduces the danger.
DANGER!
Danger of explosion caused by flammable
liquids!
Flammable liquids in the vicinity of the cooktop
can explode and cause serious injury.
XX
Do not place any flammable liquids in the
vicinity of the cooktop.
DANGER!
Danger of electric shock!
Cracks, fissures or fractures in the glass
ceramic panel can damage the underlying
electronics. This can cause an electrical
shock.
XX
If there are any cracks, fissures or
fractures in the glass ceramic, switch the
device off immediately.
XX
Safely disconnect the device from the
mains using miniature or automatic circuit
breakers, fuses or contactors.
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WARNING!
Risk of burns!
Liquids between the cooking zone and base of
the pot can scald the skin when steaming up.
XX
Make sure that the cooking zone and the
base of the pot are always dry.
CAUTION!
Damage caused by hard and pointed objects!
Hard and pointed objects may cause damage
to the glass ceramic plate of the cooktop.
XX
Do not use the cooktop surface as a
kitchen worktop.
XX
Do not use any hard and pointed objects
when working on the cooktop.
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Safety
CAUTION!
Damage caused by substances containing
sugar and salt!
Substances containing sugar and salt and
juices can damage the cooking zone when
they are spilled on its hot surface.
XX
Make sure that no food or drinks
containing sugar or salt and juices are
spilled onto the hot cooking zones.
XX
Immediately remove food or drinks
containing sugar or salt and juices
from the hot cooking zone.
Cooktop extractor
DANGER!
Danger to life caused by smoke poisoning!
Combustion gases arise when running a
fireplace that depends on the air in the room.
If you operate the cooktop extractor with a
fireplace that depends on the air in the room
at the same time, poisonous combustion
gases (carbon monoxide) may be drawn from
the chimney or extraction duct into the living
room.
XX
Make sure that there is always enough air
supply.
DANGER!
Risk of fire through flambéing!
While in operation, the cooktop extractor
draws off cooking fat. When flambéing food,
the cooking fat can catch fire.
XX
Clean the cooktop extractor at regular
intervals.
XX
Do not carry out any work involving an
open flame when the cooktop extractor is
switched on.
DANGER!
Danger of fire due to grease deposits!
By failing to clean the stainless steel grease
filter at regular intervals, increased amounts
of grease may accumulate in it. This increases
the risk of fire.
XX
Clean or replace the filters at regular
intervals.
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WARNING!
Danger of injury when opening the bottom
housing cover!
There is a risk of injury while the fan is turning.
XX
Switch off the cooktop extractor and the
cooktop.
XX
Turn off the fuse.
CAUTION!
Damage caused by objects or paper being
sucked in!
Small and light objects such as cleaning wipes
made of fabrics or paper can be sucked into
the cooktop extractor. As a result, the fan
can be damaged or the fan output can be
impaired.
XX
Do not store any objects or paper on the
cooktop extractor.
CAUTION!
Damage caused by fat or dirt deposits!
Fat or dirt deposits can impair the functioning
of the cooktop extractor.
XX
Never use the cooktop extractor without a
stainless steel grease filter.
2.3 Safety instructions, assembly
Installation and assembly of the device may only be
carried out by trained personnel who are familiar with
and comply with common national regulations and
supplementary regulations of the local utility companies.
Work on electrical parts must only be carried out by
trained electrical personnel.
The electrical safety of the device is only guaranteed if it
is connected to a properly installed protective conductor
system. Make sure that these basic safety precautions
have been taken.
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Safety
EN
Cooktop
Cooktop extractor
DANGER!
Danger of electric shock!
Connecting the device incorrectly to the mains
poses a risk of electric shock.
XX
Make sure that the device has a fixed
connection to the mains voltage.
XX
Make sure that the device is connected to
a properly installed protective conductor
system.
XX
Make sure that technical equipment is
provided to allow for all of the device's
poles to be disconnected from the mains
with a contact opening width of at least
3 mm (miniature and automatic circuit
breakers, fuses, contactors).
DANGER!
Danger of electric shock!
The connection cable can be damaged if it
comes into contact with hot cooking zones.
A damaged connection cable can cause a
(fatal) electrical shock.
XX
Make sure that the connection cable does
not come into contact with hot cooking
surfaces.
XX
Make sure that the connection cable is not
caught or damaged.
CAUTION!
Back injury caused by heavy loads!
When removing and inserting the device,
incorrect handling may cause injuries to the
limbs and the trunk.
XX
Always lift the device out of the packaging
with two persons.
XX
Always place the device onto the worktop
cut-out with two persons.
XX
Use suitable aids to prevent damage to the
limbs and the trunk.
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DANGER!
Risk of poisoning caused by combustion
gases!
When the cooktop extractor is used for exhaust operation, it draws in air from the room
it is installed in and from neighbouring rooms.
Without sufficient air, negative pressure will
occur. Toxic gases could be drawn out of the
chimney or extraction ducting on a fireplace
that depends on the room air and back into
the room.
XX
Make sure there is always enough air
supply.
XX
Use technical safety measures (e.g. window
contact switch, low pressure warning
device) and have them approved by a
qualified expert (certified chimney-sweep).
XX
Check the device for visible damages before installing it.
XX
Do not install a damaged device.
QQ A
damaged device may put your safety at risk!
Repair and maintenance work may only be carried out by
specialists authorised by the manufacturer.
2.4 Safety instructions, disassembly
and disposal
Disassembly of the device may only be carried out by
trained personnel who are familiar with and comply
with common national regulations and supplementary
regulations of the local utility companies.
Work on electrical parts may only be carried out by trained
electrical personnel.
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Safety
DANGER!
Danger of electric shock!
Disconnecting the device incorrectly from the
mains poses a risk of electric shock.
XX
Safely disconnect the device from the
mains using miniature or automatic circuit
breakers, fuses or contactors.
XX
Use a suitable measuring device to ensure
that the device is de-energised.
DANGER!
Risk of suffocation!
Parts of the packaging (e.g. films, polystyrene)
can be fatal to children.
XX
Store packaging materials away from the
reach of children.
XX
Dispose of packaging correctly and
promptly.
2.5 Safety instructions, spare parts
WARNING!
Risk of injury and damage to property!
Incorrect parts can lead to injury to persons or
damage to device! Modifications, attachment
parts or conversions to device can impair
safety.
XX
Only use original spare parts when carrying
out repairs.
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2.6 Use as intended
The device is solely intended for preparing food in private
households.
This device is not designed for:
QQ use outdoors
QQ installation in vehicles
QQ heating the room
QQ use in non-fixed installation sites (e.g. on ships)
QQ use with an external timer or separate remote control
system.
Not using the device as described in this operating and
assembly manual is considered not using the device as
intended, as is using it beyond the purpose described here.
BORA shall not assume any liability for damages caused by
improper use or incorrect operation.
All misuse is prohibited!
INFO
BORA Holding GmbH, BORA Vertriebs GmbH &
Co KG, BORA APAC Pty Ltd and BORA Lüftungstechnik GmbH shall not assume any liability
for damage arising from non-adherence to the
safety and warning instructions.
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Technical data
EN
3 Technical data
Parameter
Supply voltage
Frequency
Power consumption
Fuse protection, minimum
Total power
Line-to-line voltage
Main dimensions
Weight (incl. accessories/
packaging)
Cooktop
Front cooking zones
power setting
Rear cooking zones
power setting
Power levels
Cooktop energy
consumption
Cooking zone 1
Cooking zone 2
Cooking zone 3
Cooking zone 4
Total (average)
Extraction system (BFIA)
Maximum flow volume
Maximum static pressure
Power control
Exhaust air connection
(BFIA)
Recirculation system
(BFIU)
Maximum flow volume
Maximum static pressure
Power control
Recirculation connection
(BFIU)
Recirculation filter
Filter area
Filter capacity
Service life
Value
380–415 V
50 Hz
7.6 kW
1 x 32 A / 2 x 16 A
7.6 kW
AC 220–240 V / 50 Hz
830 x 515 x 198 mm
Approx. 25 kg
205 x 230 mm
2100 W
3700 W
205 x 230 mm 2100 W
3700 W
1–9, power setting
176.5 (Wh/kg)
172.2 (Wh/kg)
177.2 (Wh/kg)
175.9 (Wh/kg)
175.5 (Wh/kg)
697.3 m3/h
372 Pa
1-9, power setting
222 x 40 x 89 mm
658.8 m3/h
375 Pa
1–9, power setting
650 x 90 mm
2 x 0,4 m2
150 operating hours
1 year
Tab. 3.1:  Technical data
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Energy label
EN
4 Energy label
Product description
Glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and an
integrated cooktop extractor
Operating mode
Energy consumption
Annual energy consumption (AEChood)
Energy efficiency class
Flow volume
Fluid dynamic efficiency (FDEhood)
Fluid dynamic efficiency class
Lighting
Lighting efficiency (LEhood)
Lighting efficiency class
Grease filtering
Level 9 maximum (GFEhood)
Class level 9 normal
Grease filtering (additional details)
Level P maximum (GFEhood)
Class level P maximum
Flow volume
Air flow level 1 minimum
Air flow level 9 normal
Air flow level P maximum (Qmax)
Sound power level
Level 1 minimum
Level 9 normal
Level P maximum
Sound pressure level (additional details)
Level 1 minimum
Level 9 normal
Level P maximum
Details according to 66/2014
Power consumption in off mode (PO)
Time increase factor
Energy efficiency index (EEIhood)
Air flow rate at the best efficiency point (QBEP)
Pressure at the best efficiency point (PBEP)
Electric power input at the best efficiency point (WBEP)
BFIA
BFIU
Exhaust air
Value
54,8 kW/a
B
Recirculation
Value
51,9 kW/a
*
EN standard
61591
61591
23.1
B
21.0
*
61591
61591
* lx/Watt
*
* lx/Watt
*
*
*
91 %
B
91 %
*
61591
61591
93 %
B
93 %
*
61591
61591
194.8 m³/h
607.3 m³/h
697.3 m³/h
* m³/h
* m³/h
658.8 m³/h
61591
61591
61591
40 dB(A)
66 dB(A)
70 dB(A)
39 dB(A)
67 dB(A)
70 dB(A)
60704-2-13
60704-2-13
60704-2-13
27 dB(A)
54 dB(A)
57 dB(A)
26 dB(A)
54 dB(A)
57 dB(A)
**
**
**
< 0.5 W
1.2
65.2
382 m³/h
272 Pa
125 W
< 0.5 W
1.2
64.5
311.4 m³/h
288 Pa
118.5 W
61591
61591
61591
61591
61591
61591
Tab. 4.1:  Energy label information
(The recirculation information is optional and not subject to mandatory inclusion on the label)
* This specification is not applicable for this product.
** The sound pressure level has been determined from a distance of 1 m (distance-dependent level recording) on the
basis of the sound power level established in EN 60704-2-13.
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5 Device description
Observe all safety and warning information during operation
(see the Safety chapter).
The cooktop with cooktop extractor has the following
features:
Cooktop:
QQ Automatic heat up function
QQ Safety shut-down
QQ Bridging function
QQ Electronic power control (9 power levels)
QQ Childproofing feature
QQ Pause function
QQ power setting
QQ Residual heat display
QQ Timer functions
QQ Pan size recognition
QQ Heat retention levels
Cooktop extractor:
QQ Freely adjustable power control
QQ Automatic cooktop extractor function
QQ Automatic after-run
QQ Safety shut-down
QQ Filter service display
QQ Interface communication
Recirculation mode
The air suctioned away by the cooktop is purified by the
stainless steel grease filter and an activated charcoal filter and
fed back into the room in which the appliance is installed.
To prevent odours in the recirculated air, an activated
charcoal filter must be used. For hygiene and health reasons,
the activated charcoal filter must be replaced at the
recommended intervals (see the Cleaning and maintenance
section).
INFO
In recirculation mode, ensure sufficient
ventilation and aeration to expel humidity.
The activated charcoal filter is equipped with an integrated
fine filter. The filter in the activated charcoal filter is made
from special activated charcoal, which is ideal for trapping
cooking odours.
5.1 Structure
1
2
Depending on what you opted for when purchasing, the
cooktop extractor can be operated as an exhaust air or an
recirculating air version.
3
4
5
Exhaust mode
The air extracted from the cooktop is cleaned by the
stainless steel grease filter and released outside through
a duct system.
The exhaust air must not be expelled into:
QQ a smoke or exhaust gas flue that is in operation;
QQ a shaft used for the aeration of rooms where
fireplaces are installed.
Fig. 5.1 Cooktop
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
Air inlet nozzle
Stainless steel grease filter
Cooktop
Suction opening
Operating panel
If the exhaust air is to be directed into a smoke or exhaust
gas flue that is not in use, the installation must be checked
and approved by the responsible heating engineer.
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5.2 Operating panel and
operating principle
6


1
2
5
3
4
Fig. 5.2 Cooktop extractor – recirculation (BFIU)
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
7
Flexible duct
Activated charcoal filter housing
Activated charcoal filter housing cover
Activated charcoal filter
Air guiding housing with housing base
8




5
4
2
3
13
9
10
4
1
12 11
Fig. 5.4 Operating panel
1
2
Sensor buttons:
[1]
[3]
[5]
[5]
Switching the cooktop/cooktop extractor on/off
Multi-function button
Activating the timer
Setting the timer value (+10 min)
Setting ring:
[2]
[2]
[2]
[2]
[4]
[4]
Adjusting the power level
Setting the timer value (minutes)
Locking/unlocking the childproofing feature
Locking/unlocking the pause function
Selecting the cooking zone
Selecting the cooktop extractor
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[13]
Automatic cut-off timer control light
Timer display
Short-time timer control light
Fan display/filter service display
Automatic cooktop extractor display
Heat retention level display
Cooking zone indicator
Power display
Display fields:
3
Fig. 5.3 Cooktop extractor – exhaust air (BFIA)
[1]
[2]
[3]
Exhaust air arc with duct connection
Horizontal exhaust air extension
Air guiding housing with housing base
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EN
Display field
Fan display
Display
0
1 -9
P
N
F
Automatic cooktop A
extractor function
Cooking zone
1 -9
indicator
P
A
L
M
II
_
:
V
H
Heat retention level On
display
Timer control light On
Flashes
Timer display
Touch control
Automatic after-run
Filter service display
Active
You operate the device by touching the corresponding
sensor button with your finger. Keep the finger pressed on
the sensor button until you either hear an acoustic signal
or the display changes accordingly.
Power level
Power setting
Automatic heat up
function
Childproofing feature
Bridging function
Break
Heat retention level
42°C
Heat retention level
74°C
Heat retention level
94°C
No cookware or
cookware is too small.
Residual heat display:
Cooking zone is
switched off but still hot
(temperature > 60°C)
Active
Active
Timer on ( 00 );
no time set
Off
Timer off
01 - 99 Set minutes for short
time (egg timer) or
automatic cut-off
Timer on; no time set
00
Tab. 5.1:  Meaning of displays
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Meaning
Fan off
Power level
Power setting
The operating panel is fitted with electronic sensor buttons,
a setting field and display panels. The sensor buttons
respond to finger contact.
5.3 Functional principle of the
cooking zone
An induction coil is located underneath an induction
cooking zone. If the cooking zone is switched on, this coil
creates a magnetic field that acts directly on the base
of the pot thus heating it up. The cooking zone is only
indirectly heated up by the heat emitted by the pot.
Cooking zones with induction only work if the cookware
has a magnetisable base.
The induction automatically takes into account the size of
the cookware used so that only the area in the cooking
zone covered by the base of the pot is heated up.
XX
Observe the minimum pot base diameter.
The cooking zone does not work
QQ if it is switched on without cookware or with
unsuitable cookware;
QQ if the base diameter of the cookware is too small;
QQ if the cookware is removed from a switched on
cooking zone.
A Vwill appear in the cooking zone indicator if cookware
that is unsuitable or too small is used.
5.3.1 Power levels
The high power output of induction cooktops results in the
very quick heating up of cookware. A slight adjustment is
needed in comparison to conventional cooking systems
when selecting the power level in order to avoid burning
food.
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Activity
Power level
Melting of butter and chocolate,
1
breaking up gelatine
Keeping sauces and soups warm,
1-3
soaking rice
Cooking potatoes, pasta, soups, ragouts,
2-6
steaming fruit, vegetables and fish,
defrosting food
Frying in coated pans, moderate frying
6-7
(without overheating the fat)
of pork cutlets, fish
Heating up fat, browning fish,
7-8
cooking thickened sources and soups,
making omelettes
Cooking large quantities of liquid,
9
browning steaks
Heating up water
P
Tab. 5.2:  Recommendations for power levels
The specifications provided in the table are standard values.
Depending on the cookware and filling quantity, it is
recommended to either decrease or increase the power
level.
5.3.2 Automatic heat up function
The cooking zones are equipped with an automatic heat up
function that can be switched on and off.
QQ The
display shows A.
This function enables the cooking zone to work at full
power for a certain duration after switching on. After this
time, the power level is automatically switched back to the
power level set.
Automatic heat up function
1
2
3
Power level
Cooking
00:48 02:24 03:50
duration in
min./sec
4
5
6
7
8
05:12 06:48 02:00 02:48 03:36
Tab. 5.3:  Overview of the automatic heat up function
5.3.3 power setting
All cooking zones are equipped with a power-enhancing
power setting.
The power setting can be used in order to quickly heat up
large quantities of water. If the power setting is activated,
the cooking zones will run at extra high power. After
10 minutes, the cooking zone is automatically switched
to power level 9.
If the bridging function is activated, the power setting
cannot be used.
If cooking zone overheating protection is activated, the
power setting cannot be activated. The display flashes for
3 seconds and then switches back.
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EN
Never heat up oil, fat and the like at this power
setting. The bottom of the pan can overheat
due to the high power output.
5.3.4 Heat retention levels
The heat retention level keeps cooked foods warm at
different temperatures.
QQ The
QQ The
heat retention level display is active and lit.
heat retention level is shown in the cooking zone
indicator e.g. for level 2 :.
QQ The maximum duration for the warming function is
limited to 8 hours.
Heat retention level
Level 1
Temperature in °C
42 °C
Level 2
74 °C
Level 3
94 °C
Tab. 5.4:  Heat retention levels
5.3.5 Bridging function
The two side cooking zones can be operated as a connected
cooking zone at the same power level.
QQ The
display shows M.
The bridging function is suitable for heating food in a roaster.
5.3.6 Pause function
The cooking session can be temporarily interrupted.
QQ II appears in the display.
QQ The cooking session and set
timer are interrupted
while the pause function is active.
QQ The pause function is limited to a maximum duration
of 10 minutes.
5.3.7 Timer functions
You can use 2 timer functions:
QQ Short-time
timer (egg timer), no automatic switching
off of a cooking zone.
QQ Automatic cut-off for automatically switching off a
cooking zone.
5.3.8 Pan size recognition
The cooking zone does not work
QQ if
QQ if
V is shown in the display;
it is switched on without cookware or with
unsuitable cookware;
QQ if the base diameter of the cookware is too small;
QQ if the cookware is removed from a switched on
cooking zone.
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QQ After
10 minutes have passed without a pan being
detected, the cooking zone will switch off automatically.
5.3.9 Suitable cookware
INFO
The heating and heat through time for the
base of the cookware as well as the cooking
results are significantly influenced by the
structure and material of the cookware.
Cookware with this symbol is suitable for
induction cooktops.
The cookware used for the induction cooktop
must be made of metal, feature magnetic
properties and possess a sufficient bottom
surface.
Suitable cookware is made of:
QQ stainless steel with
QQ enamelled steel
QQ cast iron
a magnetisable base
Cooking zone
Minimum diameter
Front
120 mm
Back
120 mm
Tab. 5.5:  Minimum cookware diameter
XX
Perform a magnet test, if necessary. If a magnet sticks
to the base of the utensils, they are normally induction
compatible.
XX
Pay attention to the cookware bottom. The base of the
cookware should not show any sign of curvature. Due to
incorrect temperature monitoring of the hob caused by
the air gap between the cookware and the temperature
sensor underneath the hob, overheating may occur.
The bottom of the cookware must not have any sharp
grooves or sharp edges to avoid scratching the cooktop.
XX
Place the cookware (without a mat or similar) directly
onto the glass ceramic.
Noises
The following noises may occur in the cookware when using
induction cooking zones, depending on the material and
the finish of the base:
QQ Humming
may occur when using a high power level. It
decreases or disappears if the power level is decreased.
QQ Crackling or whistling may occur due to the bases of
cookware made of different materials (e.g. sandwich
base).
QQ Clicking sounds may occur during electronic switching
procedures especially at low power levels.
QQ Whirring may occur when the cooling fan is switched
on. In order to increase the service life of the electronic
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system, the cooktop is equipped with a cooling fan.
The cooling fan switches on automatically if the cooktop is used intensively. You will hear a whirring sound.
The cooling fan may continue running after the device
has been switched off.
5.4 Functional principle of the
cooktop extractor
5.4.1 Freely adjustable power control
The power levels are controlled using the central setting
field on the operating panel.
5.4.2 Automatic cooktop extractor function
The automatic cooktop extractor function adjusts the
extraction performance (power level) to the highest
cooking zone cooking level used.
Function
Power levels
Extractor
level
Cooking
level
4
4
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
P
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
P
Tab. 5.6:  Extraction performance and cooking level
QQ If
the power level of the cooking zones is changed,
the automatic cooktop extractor function adjusts the
cooktop extractor performance after a 30 second
delay.
QQ At the end of the cooking session, the automatic
cooktop extractor function switches off the cooktop
extractor 30 seconds after the cooking zones are
switched off.
5.4.3 Power setting
The cooktop extractor has a power-enhancing power
setting.
This power setting makes it possible to suction away high
levels of cooking vapours more quickly. After 10 minutes,
the power setting is automatically switched to power level 9.
5.4.4 Automatic after-run
The cooktop extractor continues to run at a lower level N
and switches off automatically after 20 minutes.
5.4.5 Filter service display
The filter service display becomes active after the cooktop
extractor has operated for 150 hours. The activated
charcoal filters have reached the end of their service life
(with recirculation only) and the stainless steel grease filter
needs to be thoroughly cleaned.
QQ A
flashing F is displayed in the filter service display.
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5.4.6 Interface communication
The internal interface can be used for extended control
options. This has a ‘Home In’ and a ‘Home Out’ contact
(see Installation chapter).
QQ The
‘Home In’ contact can be used for the incoming
signal from external switch devices (e.g. window
contact switch).
QQ The ‘Home Out’ contact can be used to control
external installations.
5.5 Safety devices
5.5.1 Residual heat display
INFO
After switching it off, the cooking zone remains hot. H is
displayed in the cooking zone indicator (residual heat display). The cooking zone indicator will go out after sufficient
cooling time (temperature < 60°C).
5.5.2 Safety shut-down
Each cooking zone is switched off automatically when the
cooking zone exceeds the maximum operating duration at
a power level. H (residual heat display) is then displayed in
the cooking zone indicator.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
P
Cooktop extractor
The cooktop extractor switches off automatically if no
buttons are pressed for 120 minutes.
5.5.3 Cooking zone overheating protection
All induction coils plus the cooling elements of the
electronics are equipped with overheating protection. Before the induction coils and/or cooling elements overheat,
the overheating protection will initiate one of the following
measures:
power setting P is automatically switched to
power level 9 after 10 minutes. The cooking zone
indicator P switches to 9.
QQ The set power level is reduced.
QQ The cooking zones switch off automatically.
H (residual heat display) is displayed in the cooking
zone indicator if the cooking zone is still hot.
5.5.4 Automatic switch-off if the button is
pressed and held
The cooktop will be switched off automatically when one or
more sensor buttons are touched for longer than 10 seconds
(finger contact, objects, soiling).
QQ After
Cooking zone
Power level
XX
Switch the cooking zone back on (see Operating
control) if you want to put the cooking zone back into
operation.
QQ The
While H is displayed in the cooking zone
indicator (residual heat display), do not touch
the cooking zone or place any heat-sensitive
objects on top of it. Risk of burns and fire!
Heat retention
level
1
2
3
EN
Switch off after
hours
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.4
6.4
5.2
4.2
3.3
2.2
2.2
1.5
1.3
0.2
a few seconds, the cooktop will switch off.
XX
Remove the finger or object from the cooktop.
XX
Clean the cooktop as required.
XX
Where necessary, switch the cooktop back on.
5.5.5 Childproofing feature
The childproofing feature prevents the cooktop from
being switched on accidentally. The childproofing feature
can only be activated when the cooktop is switched on
and all cooking zones are switched off (see the Operation
chapter).
Tab. 5.7:  Overview of the safety shut-down
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6 Installation
XX
Observe all safety and warning information
(see the Safety chapter).
XX
Follow the enclosed manufacturer‘s information.
INFO
The power supply cable must be provided by
the customer.
INFO The device must not be installed above cooling
devices, dishwashers, stoves, ovens, washing
machines or dryers.
INFO
The contact surfaces of the worktops and
wall sealing strips must be made of a heatresistant material (up to approx. 100°C).
INFO
Worktop cut-outs must be moisture-sealed
using suitable means and, where necessary,
fitted with a thermal insulator.
6.1 Checking the scope of delivery
Name
Surface induction glass ceramic cooktop with
cooktop extractor
Stainless steel grease filter
BAKF activated charcoal filter
Flexible duct (BFIU only)
EURO screws (BFIU only)
BLAVH horizontal exhaust air extension
(BFIA only)
Mounting straps
Sealing tape
Glass ceramic scraper
Cable routing clips
Protective hose
Cable tie
Operating and installation instructions
Lenshead screw
Drilling template (BFIU only)
Height adjustment plate set
XX
Dispose of transport packaging in the proper manner
(see the Decommissioning, Disassembly and Disposal
chapter).
6.2 Tool and aids
The following tools are required for the correct installation
of the cooktop:
QQ Pencil
QQ Standard or cordless drill with a 5 mm wood drill
(for the rear wall)
QQ Compass saw or hand saw
QQ Drilling template for cut-out on rear wall
(included in scope of delivery)
QQ Phillips screwdriver Z2
QQ Silicone sealant for sealing cutting surfaces
6.3 Assembly instructions
6.3.1 Safety distances
XX
Maintain the following safety distances:
Quantity
1
1
2
1
6
1
5
1
1
3
2
2
1
5
1
2
3
2
1
Fig. 6.1 Recommended minimum clearances
[1]
[2]
Tab. 6.1:  Scope of delivery
XX
Check the scope of delivery for damage and make
sure it is complete.
XX
If there are any missing or damaged parts, please
notify BORA After Sales Service immediately.
XX
Do not under any circumstances install parts which
are damaged.
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[3]
Rear minimum clearance of 50 mm between the worktop
cut-out and the rear corner of the worktop.
Minimum clearance of 50 mm from the left and right of the
worktop cut-out to the adjacent cabinet or wall. For ergonomic
reasons and to ensure efficient cooktop extraction, a minimum
clearance of 300 mm is recommended.
Minimum clearance of 700 mm between the worktop and the
wall unit. A minimum clearance of 1000 mm is recommended
for ergonomic reasons.
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cooktop
EN
Surface mounting
50
QQ Cross
Fig. 6.4 Cut-out dimensions for surface mounting
10 ... 50
12,5
Flush installation
834
600
490
5
bars on the kitchen unit in the area of the
worktop cut-out may need to be removed.
QQ No false floor is necessary below the cooktop with
cooktop extractor.
QQ Make sure that the area below the device is
sufficiently ventilated.
QQ An opening cross-section of > 50 cm2 must be available
at the front and in the false floor for the ventilation of
the cooktop’s induction equipment.
QQ The drawers and/or shelves in the floor unit must be
removable.
QQ There must be a return flow aperture of > 500 cm2 in
the plinth area for recirculation.
QQ The power socket is located at the bottom of the front
of the device.
805
<R
Preparing the worktop
XX
Create the worktop cut-out taking into account the
specified cut-out dimensions.
XX
Make sure that the cutting surfaces of the worktops
are properly sealed.
XX
Comply with the instructions of the worktop
manufacturer.
Fig. 6.5 Dimension of support for surface mounting
805
1
600
519
490
5
<R
R5
Attaching the sealing tape
2
50
Fig. 6.6 Sealing tape with surface mounting
Fig. 6.2 Cut-out dimensions for flush installation
1
10 ... 50
6,5
14,5
Fig. 6.3 Dimension of groove for flush installation
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Fig. 6.7 Sealing tape, flush installation
[1]
[2]
Black heat-resistant silicone sealing compound
Sealing tape
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Installation
XX
With surface mounting, attach the enclosed sealing
tape [2] to the underside of the cooktop before
installing it. Do not leave any gaps.
XX
With flush installation, attach the enclosed sealing
tape [2] to the horizontal cutting edge in the worktop
cut-out, even if you are sealing the cooktop with a
silicone sealing compound [1] or similar.
XX
Precisely align the cooktop.
Installation dimensions
515
830
483
510 - 570
198
EN
1
Fig. 6.9 Device dimensions for recirculation
2
Fig. 6.8 Height adjustment plates
XX
If applicable, insert the height adjustment plate [2].
XX
Note down the type designation and build number of
the cooktop (FD number) on the back of this manual.
Both details can be found on the nameplate on the
underside of the cooktop.
117
< R15
90
133
Cooktop
Height adjustment plate
119
[1]
[2]
6x Ø5mm
650
675
6.5 Installing the recirculation
version (BFIU)
>600
490
90
>50
INFO
INFO A minimum clearance of 25 mm must be
provided for the vertical return flow aperture.
650
805
510 - 570
A return flow aperture of at least 500 cm2
must be provided.
If the cooktop extractor is used exclusively in recirculation
mode, operation with an open fireplace is possible without
any additional safety measures.
119
>25
>900
Fig. 6.10 Furniture dimensions for recirculation
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> 600
510 - 570
EN
XX
Drill the connection drill holes.
XX
Decrease the height of the skirting boards or create
corresponding openings in the plinth.
Screwing on the flexible duct
> 25
Fig. 6.11 Installation dimensions for recirculation, depth of worktop
600 mm
QQ The
floor unit must have a continuous back wall so
that the recirculation air is not directed into the front
furniture body compartment.
QQ There must be a cut-out in the back wall.
QQ A minimum clearance of 25 mm between the back
furniture body wall and an adjacent kitchen unit or
room wall must be observed for the return flow
aperture.
Preparing the back wall of the kitchen unit
XX
Adjust the back wall according to the required
installation dimensions.
XX
If applicable, move the back wall.
XX
If necessary, extend the height of the back wall so that
the unit is closed to the front.
Fig. 6.13 Flexible duct with 6 EURO screws 6.3 x 10 mm
XX
Use a screwdriver (not an electric screwdriver) to
screw the flexible duct to the back wall of the kitchen
unit until it is hand-tight.
Inserting the cooktop
1
2
3
4
5
6 x ø5
Fig. 6.12 Cut-out and connection requirements
Fig. 6.14 Insert the cooktop obliquely
XX
In the middle of the cooktop, use the drilling template
provided to mark the return flow aperture and the
connection drill holes in accordance with the installation
dimensions.
XX
Saw out the return flow aperture.
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
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Suction opening
Air inlet nozzle
Stainless steel grease filter
Worktop cut-out
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XX
Before inserting the cooktop, remove the air inlet
nozzle [3] and the stainless steel grease filter [4].
XX
Use the suction opening as a handle during insertion.
XX
Insert the cooktop obliquely into the worktop cut-out
[5].
XX
Ensure that the frame is inserted into the housing
groove [1] all round.
1
2
Fig. 6.17 Inserting the activated charcoal filter
1
Fig. 6.15 Opening the housing cover
[1]
Housing cover of the activated charcoal filter
XX
Open the housing cover of the activated charcoal filter
[1] from below.
[1]
[2]
Housing cover of the activated charcoal filter
Activated charcoal filter
XX
Remove the packaging from the activated charcoal filters.
XX
Insert the two activated charcoal filters [2] from below.
XX
Check the direction of flow of the filters.
This is identified by an arrow.
XX
Close the housing cover [1].
1
2
3
4
5
click
2
1
3
4
1
5
Fig. 6.16 Mounting the frame of the flexible duct
6
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Retaining groove of the housing of the activated charcoal
filter
Position shackles
Flexible duct frame
Lower lock
XX
Insert the frame of the flexible duct into the retaining
groove on the housing of the activated charcoal filter
[1].
XX
Ensure that both lateral position shackles [2] are in
the guide.
XX
Slide the frame upward [3] until the lower [4] and
upper lock engage in the middle.
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Fig. 6.18 Securing the cooktop in the middle
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
Cooktop
Suction opening
Air inlet nozzle
Stainless steel grease filter
Worktop cut-out
Mounting bracket
For surface mounting
XX
Make sure that the sealing tape for the cooktop is flat
against the worktop.
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QQ a
safety device (e.g. window contact switch, low
pressure warning device) is used to ensure that a
sufficient supply of fresh air is guaranteed;
QQ the exhaust air is not be ducted into a chimney that
is used for exhaust gases of devices operated with
gas or other combustibles;
QQ the installation is checked and approved by an
authorised certified engineer (e.g. heating engineer).
Installation dimensions
6.6 Installing the exhaust air version
(BFIA)
290
The state and regional laws and regulations must
be observed with regard to the exhaust duct
design. A sufficient air supply must be ensured.
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INFO
a
b
6.6.1 Operating the cooktop extractor with a
fireplace that depends on the air in the
room
535
635
222
89
Fireplaces that depend on the air in the room (e.g. gas, oil,
wood or coal-fired heaters, continuous-flow water heaters,
instantaneous water heaters) draw in air from the room
in which they are installed and release the exhaust fumes
into the outside air via an exhaust system (e.g. chimney).
If the cooktop extractor is used in exhaust mode, it draws
in air from the room in which it is installed as well as from
neighbouring rooms. If there is insufficient air supply, low
pressure will occur. Toxic gases could be drawn out of the
chimney or extraction ducting and back into the room.
515
830
40
For flush installation
XX
Make sure that the sealing tape of the cooktop is
sealed well all the way round.
XX
If applicable, insert the height adjustment plate.
XX
Fasten the cooktop to the worktop using the mounting
brackets [6].
XX
Next, insert the stainless steel grease filter [4] and the
air inlet nozzle [3].
XX
Seal the surrounding gap with black, heat-resistant
silicone sealant.
EN
a
b
100
170
270
170
Fig. 6.21 Device dimensions with exhaust air
[a]
[b]
Device dimensions without cable extension
Device dimensions with cable extension
805
>50
Fig. 6.19 Exhaust air installation – not permitted
a
b
320
490
600
700
110
>900
Fig. 6.20 Exhaust air installation – correct
XX
If simultaneously operating both a fireplace and the
cooktop extractor in the same room, ensure that:
QQ the maximum low pressure is 4 Pa (4 x 10–5 bar);
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[a]
[b]
Worktop depth from 600 mm
Worktop depth from 700 mm
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QQ The
40
290
> 600
< 430
minimum cross-section of the air ducts must be
176 cm2. This corresponds to a round pipe with a
diameter of 150 mm.
QQ The maximum exhaust air duct length is 6 m.
QQ Planning instructions for the installation of the
exhaust air ducts are provided in the BORA ventilation
handbook.
Preparing the back wall of the kitchen unit
XX
Before installation, check the suitability of floor unit
with regard to the necessary installation dimensions
for the device and the planned duct system.
XX
If necessary, adjust the position of the back wall
according to the required installation dimensions.
105
480
535
Extending the exhaust air duct
INFO
Fig. 6.23 Installation dimensions for exhaust air, worktop depth
600 mm
XX
Remove the air inlet nozzle and the stainless steel
grease filter.
XX
Insert the cooktop with the glass ceramic panel facing
downward on a clean and soft surface (e.g. cardboard,
packaging material) in order to avoid damage to the
glass ceramic panel.
290
> 700
The exhaust air duct can optionally be
extended by 100 mm to the rear using the
supplied horizontal extension BLAVH.
40
100
< 530
105
1
580
2
635
3
Fig. 6.24 Installation dimensions for exhaust air, worktop depth
from 700 mm
Installation conditions
QQ The back wall of the floor unit must be adjusted for
the exhaust air duct.
QQ A minimum clearance of 110 mm between the back
furniture body wall and an adjacent kitchen unit or
room wall must be observed for the air duct.
QQ The exhaust air connection is compatible with the
system Compair Flow 150 by Naber.
QQ The exhaust air must be directed to the outside in
appropriate exhaust air ducts.
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Fig. 6.25 Removing the housing base
[1]
[2]
[3]
Housing base
Locks
Air guiding housing
XX
Open the 4 locks [2].
XX
Remove the housing base [1] from the air guiding
housing [3].
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1
2
1
1
1
Fig. 6.28 Removing the air guiding housing
[1]
[2]
Fig. 6.26 Unlocking the position lock
[1]
Exhaust air arc
Air guiding housing
XX
Remove the air guiding housing [2] with the exhaust
air arc [1] upward.
Shackles for position lock
XX
Use a screw driver to press the shackles left and right
[1] downward to unlock the position lock.
1
2
1
2
Fig. 6.29 Removing the exhaust air arc
[1]
[2]
3
Exhaust air arc
Air guiding housing
XX
Remove the exhaust air arc [1] from the air guiding
housing [2] upward.
Fig. 6.27 Moving the air guiding housing
[1]
[2]
[3]
1
Exhaust air arc
Air guiding housing
Insertion aperture
2
XX
Move the air guiding housing [2] laterally together with
the exhaust air arc [1] to the left edge of the insertion
aperture [3].
3
Fig. 6.30 Inserting the air duct extension
[1]
[2]
[3]
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Exhaust air duct extension
Air guiding housing
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XX
Insert the exhaust air duct extension [2] into the
groove of the air guiding housing [3].
XX
Insert the exhaust air arc [1] into the groove of the
exhaust air duct extension [2].
1
1
1
1
2
Fig. 6.33 Position lock
2
[1]
XX
Press the two shackles [1] for the position lock
upward.
XX
Raise the cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor.
XX
Turn the glass ceramic side upward.
Fig. 6.31 Placing the airflow assembly on the cooktop base
[1]
[2]
Shackles for transportation and position lock
Airflow assembly
Openings
1
2
3
4
5
XX
Position the airflow assembly [1] on the cooktop base
in such a way that all retaining hooks fit into the
openings [2].
1
2
2
Fig. 6.32 Engaging the airflow assembly
[1]
[2]
Airflow assembly
Openings
XX
Now move the airflow assembly [1] to the right until it
is fully engaged in the opening slot [2].
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Fig. 6.34 Inserting the cooktop
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
Cooktop
Suction opening
Air inlet nozzle
Stainless steel grease filter
Worktop cut-out
XX
Use the suction opening [2] as a handle during insertion.
XX
Hold the suction opening [2].
XX
Insert the cooktop in the middle of the worktop
cut-out [5].
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For surface mounting
XX
Make sure that the sealing tape is resting on the
worktop.
For flush installation
XX
Make sure that the sealing tape of the cooktop is
sealed well all the way round.
XX
If applicable, insert the height adjustment plate.
1
2
3
4
EN
INFO
The power connection may only be established
by certified specialists. He/she also assumes
responsibility for the proper installation and
commissioning.
INFO
Connections via plug-in contacts
(Schuko plugs) are not permitted.
XX
Switch off the main switch/automatic circuit breaker
before connecting the cooktop.
XX
Protect the main switch/automatic circuit breaker
from being switched on without permission.
XX
Make sure the device is not energised.
XX
Connect the cooktop exclusively via a fixed connection
to an H 05 VV-F power supply cable with corresponding
minimum cross-section (see tab. Fuse protection and
minimum cross-section).
5
7
8
1
Connection
Fuse
protection
Minimum
crosssection
3-phase connection
2-phase connection
1-phase connection
3 x 16 A
2 x 16 A
1 x 32 A
2.5 mm2
2.5 mm2
4 mm2
Tab. 6.2:  Fuse protection and minimum cross-section
5
6
1
L1
Fig. 6.35 Connect the air duct
[6]
[7]
[8]
2
L2
6.7 Establishing the power
connection
XX
Observe all safety and warning information
(see the Safety chapter).
XX
Observe all national and regional laws and regulations
as well as the supplementary regulations of the local
utility companies.
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L3
N
PE
220 - 240 V~
Mounting bracket
Exhaust air arc
Exhaust air duct
XX
Connect the exhaust air duct [8] at the installation site
to the exhaust air arc [7].
XX
Seal the duct connection so that it is airtight using
adhesive sealing tape UDB1.
XX
Fasten the cooktop to the worktop using the mounting
brackets [6].
XX
Next, insert the stainless steel grease filter [4] and the
air inlet nozzle [3].
XX
Seal the surrounding gap with black, heat-resistant
silicone sealant.
3
220 - 240 V~
220 - 240 V~
Fig. 6.36 Connection diagram 3-phase connection
1
2
3
L1
4
L3
N
PE
220 - 240 V~
220 - 240 V~
Fig. 6.37 Connection diagram 2-phase connection
1
2
3
4
L1
N
PE
220 - 240 V~
Fig. 6.38 Connection diagram 1-phase connection
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EN
The connection must always be equipped with 20 A fuse
protection as a minimum.
Programming the device power management
Prerequisites:
QQ The cooktop is switched off.
QQ All cooking zones are switched off.
1
2
3
4
XX
Separate the device from the voltage supply using
the LS switch, fuses, automatic circuit breakers or
contactors.
4
QQ After
re-establishing the voltage supply, you have up
to two minutes to open the service menu.
1
Fig. 6.39 Electrical connections of the cooktop
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Bore holes
Power supply
Connection control
Cable mounting clip
XX
Connect the power supply cable to the power supply
[2] of the cooktop with cooktopAbb. 6.36r in
accordance with the relevant connection diagram
(see fig. 6.36 Connection diagram).
XX
For a 1-phase or 2-phase connection, connect the
relevant contacts with the BKAS connector clip
(in scope of delivery).
XX
Fasten the cable mounting clips [3] to the designated
bore holes [1] either on the left or right hand side for
the cable routing to the rear.
XX
Ensure that the cable is not caught or damaged and is
not able to touch any hot hobs.
XX
Verify that the installation was done correctly.
XX
Switch on the main switch/automatic circuit breaker.
XX
Put the cooktop into operation
(see the Operation chapter).
XX
Check all the functions are working correctly.
6.8 Device power management
(overall power reduction)
INFO
The device power management function can
be set in the service menu. Accessing the
service menu and changing the power
management setting may only be performed
by a certified specialist.
XX
Re-connect the appliance to the voltage supply.
XX
Press and hold the multi-function button.
XX
Briefly press the timer button.
QQ A
short signal tone will sound and the front half of the
setting ring lights up.
XX
Now release the multi-function button.
XX
Swipe the setting ring in a circular, clockwise motion
to move from 3 to 8.
0
8
Fig. 6.40 Opening the service menu
C0 is displayed intermittently with S and O on the left
front cooking zone indicator.
QQ 0 is displayed in the left back cooking zone indicator
(factory setting).
QQ
XX
Use the multi-function button to select the menu level
C0.
XX
Press any button on the setting ring to change the
setting from 0 to 1.
XX
Press the timer button to save the change.
QQ The
cooktop is ready for use.
Menu setting C0
0
The total device power can be reduced to 4.4 kW upon
initial commissioning if the required electrical power
cannot be provided at the installation site.
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3
1
Cooking zone power
Left side
Right side
3.7 kW
3.7 kW
2.2 kW
2.2 kW
Tab. 6.3:  Device power management
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The ‘Home In’ and ‘Home Out’ communication
connection must only be connected by a
certified specialist. He/she also assumes
responsibility for the proper installation and
commissioning.
XX
Open the cover [1].
XX
Adhere to the connection diagram when connecting
‘Home In’ and ‘Home Out’.
XX
Disconnect the contact plug [3] from the electronic
unit [2].
X1.1
X1.2
When using ‘Home In’ and ‘Home Out’, you will require the
relevant documents for the external switching devices in
order to ensure safe device connection and operation.
X1.4
X1.5
X2.1
6.9 Connect the external switch
contact
EN
The following switch connections can be used:
Contact
‘Home In’
Function
Cooktop extractor on/
off connection for external switch contact (contact closed: cooktop
extractor on)
‘Home Out’ Electrically isolated contact for controlling external installations depending on the operation of
the cooktop extractor
(cooktop extractor on:
contact closed)
Connection
Home Home
Out
In
30 V DC 0.7 mA
Fig. 6.42 External switch contacts connection diagram
Maximum
250V/4A
1
Tab. 6.4:  ‘Home In’ and ‘Home Out’ switch connections
INFO
2
The ‘Home In’ contact can be used for external
safety devices (e.g. window contact switches).
If the switch is open, the cooktop extractor is
out of operation.
3
4
5
6
7
1
2
3
Fig. 6.41 Opening the cover and disconnecting the contact plug
[1]
[2]
[3]
Cover
Electronic unit
Contact plug
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Fig. 6.43 Connecting the cable
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
Sealing cover
Cover
Cable opening
Protective hose
Electronic unit
Contact plug
Cable connection
XX
Remove the sealing cover [1] for the cable opening [3]
with a screw driver.
XX
Move the protective hose [4] onto the cable [7].
XX
Guide the cable [7] with the protective hose [4]
through the cable opening [3] in the cover.
XX
Remove the installed bridge.
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XX
Connect the cable for the relevant contact to the
contact plug [6] in accordance with the relevant
connection diagram (see fig. Connection diagram for
external switch contacts).
INFO
The ‘Home In’ contact must be bridged if this
is not used (bridged on delivery).
XX
Connect the contact plug [6] to the electronic unit [5].
XX
Ensure that the protective hose [4] is located directly
on the contact plug [6] and that the protective hose
[4] goes through the opening [3] in the cover [2].
1
2
3
4
Fig. 6.44 Attaching tension relief
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Cover
Cable opening
Protective hose
Cable tie
XX
Attach the cable tie [4] to the cover [1].
However, do not yet tighten the cable tie.
XX
Avoid tension on the cable.
XX
Close the cover [1].
XX
Tighten the cable tie [4] (tension relief).
XX
Ensure that the cable is not caught or damaged and is
not able to touch any hot hobs.
XX
Verify that the installation was done correctly.
XX
Switch on the main switch/automatic circuit breaker.
XX
Put the cooktop extractor into operation
(see the Operation chapter).
XX
Check all the functions are working correctly.
6.10 Handover to user
Once installation is done:
XX
Explain the important functions to the user.
XX
Explain all safety-relevant aspects of operation and
handling to the user.
XX
Provide the user with the accessories and operating
and installation instructions to be kept in a safe place.
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7 Operation
Switching off
XX
Observe all safety and warning information during
operation (see the Safety chapter).
INFO
Only operate the cooktop if the stainless steel
grease filter and the air inlet nozzle have been
installed.
7.1 General operating instructions
The cooktop or cooktop extractor is operated using the
operating panel.
The selection of the cooking zone is performed by the
direct selection of the assigned sensor button on the
operating panel.
There are 9 power levels and one power setting available
for each cooking zone and the cooktop extractor.
The selection on the setting ring is performed by
direct selection or by uniformly swiping clockwise or
anti-clockwise.
The power level 0 is selected at the top middle position
(12 o‘clock position) of the setting ring.
0
P
1
9
3
6
Fig. 7.1 Setting ring with power level positions
7.2 Operating the cooktop
Switching on
INFO If the display shows 0 and no other input is
made, the device will switch off automatically
after 20 seconds.
XX
Press the on/off switch
to switch on the device.
power level 0 is shown on the display.
QQ The
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INFO
Use the operating panel to switch off the
cooking zone after use. Do not rely on the pan
size recognition.
XX
Press the on/off switch
to switch off the device.
XX
Pay attention to the residual heat display (see the
Device Description chapter).
7.2.1 Select cooking zone
XX
Press the cooking zone button for the desired cooking
zone.
QQ The 0 in the cooking zone indicator lights up more
brightly.
7.2.2 Adjusting the power level
XX
Press the desired power level or
XX
Press and uniformly swipe round the setting ring until
the desired power level is reached.
7.2.3 Changing the power level
XX
Press the cooking zone button for the desired cooking
zone.
QQ The cooking zone indicator lights up more brightly.
XX
Select the desired power level.
7.2.4 Selecting the power setting
XX
Press the cooking zone button for the desired cooking
zone.
QQ The cooking zone indicator lights up more brightly.
XX
Select power setting P.
QQ The power setting P is displayed in the cooking zone
indicator.
7.2.5 Switching the power setting off early
XX
Press the cooking zone button for the desired cooking
zone.
QQ The cooking zone indicator lights up more brightly.
XX
Select another power level.
QQ The current power level is displayed in the cooking
zone indicator and the power setting is deselected.
7.2.6 Switching off the cooking zone
XX
Press the cooking zone button for the desired cooking
zone.
QQ The cooking zone indicator lights up more brightly.
XX
Press the power level position 0.
XX
0 will appear on the display for a few seconds, then
the display will turn off.
7.2.7 Pay attention to the residual heat
display
After switching it off, the cooking zone remains hot. H
is displayed in the cooking zone indicator (residual heat
display). The cooking zone indicator will go out after
sufficient cooling time (temperature < 60°C).
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INFO
While H is displayed in the cooking zone
indicator (residual heat display), do not touch
the cooking zone or place any heat-sensitive
objects on top of it. Risk of burns and fire!
P
0
1
XX
Pay attention to the residual heat display.
XX
Be careful not to touch or place objects on hot hobs.
7.2.8 Pause function
Fig. 7.3 Switching off the pause function
Switching on the pause function
QQ The
Prerequisite
QQ At least one cooking zone is in use.
INFO
The pause function switches off automatically
after 10 minutes.
XX
Press and hold the multi-function button
for
approx. 2-3 seconds.
QQ If there is no input, the display will turn off after
5 seconds.
XX
Swipe the setting ring in a circular, clockwise motion
to move from 1 to P.
P
0
1
Fig. 7.2 Switching on the pause function
QQ The
segments are displayed on the circular display in
accordance with the position.
QQ II appears in all the cooking zone indicators and two
short successive beeps confirm activation.
QQ The pause function is activated.
QQ The cooktop extractor remains in operation at a lower
power level.
segments are displayed on the circular display in
accordance with the position.
QQ All displays will show the power level that was
originally set.
QQ The pause function is deactivated.
7.2.9 Bridging function
If the bridging function is active, two cooking zones will
operate at the same time on the same cooking level.
The front cooking zone will also control the rear, bridged
cooking zone.
7.2.10Switching on the bridging function
Prerequisite
QQ The cooktop is switched on.
QQ All cooking zones are switched off.
XX
Select the front cooking zones and hold down the
cooking zone selection button.
QQ After 2 seconds, the rear cooking zone indicator will
show M and there will be a beep.
XX
Press the cooking zone selection button for the rear
cooking zone to activate the bridging function.
XX
Set a power level on the front cooking zone within
3 seconds.
QQ The bridging function is activated and the rear cooking
zone indicator shows M.
QQ If there is no input within 3 seconds, the bridging
function will end.
7.2.11Switching off the bridging function
XX
Switch the power level of the front cooking zone to 0.
3 seconds, the bridging function is deactivated.
Switching off the pause function
QQ After
QQ
7.2.12Automatic heat up function
XX
Press the multi-function button .
If there is no input for 10 seconds, the pause function
will continue.
QQ The setting ring will show the last segment.
XX
Swipe the setting ring in a circular, anticlockwise
motion to move from P to 1.
Switching on the automatic heat up function
Prerequisite
QQ The cooktop is switched on.
QQ A cooking zone is switched on.
XX
The automatic heat up function is activated if you
press and hold the desired continuous cooking level
(1 to 8) for 2 seconds.
QQ The cooking zone indicator will display the symbol A to
show that the automatic heat up function is activated,
as well as the continuous cooking level set, for
example 5.
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Changing the automatic heat up function
The power level of the continuous cooking level can be
changed within 15 seconds of activation.
XX
Select the cooking zone.
XX
Select the desired power level.
X
The selected continuous cooking level, e.g. 7,
appears in the cooking zone indicator.
XX
After the end of the automatic heat up function
(see the Device Description chapter), the cooking
session will continue with the desired continuous
cooking level, e.g. 7.
signal tone and the flashing are automatically
deactivated after 2 minutes.
7.2.16Switching the signal beep off early
XX
Press any sensor button on the operating panel to end
the signal tone prematurely.
The activated automatic heat up function will end
prematurely if you
.
cooktop is switched on.
XX
Select a cooking zone.
XX
Press the multi-function button
several times to
increase the heat retention level.
QQ The cooking zone indicator will display the relevant
heat retention level, e.g. :.
XX
Press the multi-function button
again.
QQ The heat retention level is deactivated.
QQ The
cooking zone will automatically switch off after
8 seconds.
7.2.15Using the timer function
INFO
7.2.17Setting the short-time timer
(egg timer)
XX
Press the timer button
will appear in the timer display for a few seconds
and the dot below the display will flash.
QQ If there is no input, the timer display will turn off after
10 seconds.
XX
Press the timer button
multiple times to increase
the duration by +10 minutes each time.
XX
Change the minutes in the timer display by making a
selection on the setting ring.
QQ Once the desired time has been selected, the timer
starts automatically.
QQ 00
7.2.14Heat retention level
QQ The
After the end of the time set, 00 will appear
in the time display for a few seconds and the
dot in the display or the relevant timer control
light will flash. A signal tone will sound for a few
seconds.
QQ The
7.2.13Switching off the automatic heat up
function
XX
change the power level;
XX
activate the power setting P;
XX
activate the heat retention level V;
XX
switch off the cooktop using the on/off switch
INFO
EN
The relevant timer control light shows whether
the timer is activated. The timer control
light lights up until the cooking zone has
automatically switched off after the pre-set
time has passed.
Prerequisite
QQ The cooktop is switched on.
You can use 2 timer functions:
QQ Short-time timer (egg timer – cooking zone does not
switch off automatically).
QQ Automatic cut-off (for automatically switching off a
cooking zone).
You can set a time range of between 1 and 99 minutes for
both timer functions.
7.2.18Switching off the short-time timer
(egg timer) early
You can switch off the short-time timer early by
XX
changing the remaining timer setting to 00.
7.2.19Setting the automatic cut-off
You can set an automatic cut-off for every cooking zone.
INFO
If several cooking zones are activated with an
automatic cut-off, the lowest timer value will
be shown and the timer control light for the
cooking zone in question will light up more
brightly.
Prerequisite
QQ A cooking zone has been selected.
QQ A power level was set.
XX
Press the timer button .
will appear in the timer display for a few seconds
and the dot next to the display will flash.
XX
Press the timer button
multiple times to increase
the duration by 10 minutes each time.
XX
Change the minutes in the timer display by making a
selection on the setting ring.
QQ Once the desired time has been selected, the timer
starts automatically.
QQ 00
After the last input, the set time will be displayed in the
timer display for a few seconds.
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7.2.20Switching off the automatic cut-off early
P
The activated automatic cut-off function will end early if you
XX
change the remaining timer setting to 00;
XX
switch off the cooktop using the on/off switch
0
1
.
7.2.21Changing the timer settings
XX
Press the cooking zone button for the cooking zone
for which you wish to change the automatic cut-off.
XX
Press the timer button
multiple times to increase
the duration by 10 minutes each time.
XX
Change the minutes in the timer display by uniformly
swiping the setting ring.
7.2.22Switching the childproofing feature
on/off
INFO
If a cooking zone indicator alternates between
displaying L and H, the cooking zone is still hot.
Switching on the childproofing feature
Prerequisites:
QQ The cooktop is switched on.
QQ All cooking zones are switched off.
XX
Press and hold the multi-function button
for
approx. 2-3 seconds.
QQ If there is no input, the display will turn off after
5 seconds.
XX
Swipe the setting ring in a circular, clockwise motion
to move from 1 to P.
P
0
1
Fig. 7.5 Switching off the childproofing feature
QQ The
segments are displayed on the circular display in
accordance with the position.
QQ All cooking zone indicators display 0.
QQ The childproofing feature is deactivated.
The power level you require can now be set for each
cooking zone.
7.3 Operating the cooktop extractor
Prerequisite:
QQ The cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor is
switched on.
Recommendations for efficient vapour extraction:
XX
Always use a lid on pots that are particularly high.
This ensures effective vapour extraction. It also
reduces power consumption.
XX
Only operate the cooktop extractor at the minimum
power level required for an effective vapour extraction.
This enables you to can improve the performance of
the odour filters in recirculation mode.
XX
Only operate the hob at the minimum power level
required for cooking. This reduces the cooking
vapours and the power consumption.
XX
Avoid strong drafts.
7.3.1 Selecting a cooktop extractor
Fig. 7.4 Switching on the childproofing feature
XX
Press the selection button for the cooktop extractor.
0 in the cooking zone indicator lights up more
brightly.
QQ The
7.3.2 Adjusting the power level
QQ The
segments are displayed on the circular display in
accordance with the position.
QQ L is displayed in all cooking zone indicators.
QQ The childproofing feature is activated.
Switching off the childproofing feature
QQ The
cooktop is switched on.
XX
Press and hold the multi-function button
for
approx. 2-3 seconds.
QQ The setting ring will show the last segment.
XX
Swipe the setting ring in a circular, anticlockwise
motion to move from P to 1.
XX
Press the desired position on the setting ring to set
the power level or
XX
Press and uniformly swipe round the setting ring until
the desired power level is reached.
7.3.3 Changing the power level
XX
Press the selection button for the cooktop extractor.
fan display lights up more brightly.
XX
Select the desired power level.
QQ The set power level is displayed in the fan display.
QQ The
7.3.4 Selecting the power setting
XX
Press the selection button for the cooktop extractor.
fan display lights up more brightly.
QQ The
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XX
Select power setting P.
power setting P is displayed in the cooking zone
indicator.
QQ The power setting P automatically switches to power
level 9 after 10 minutes.
QQ The
7.3.5 Automatic cooktop extractor function
INFO
If the automatic cooktop extractor function
is activated, the power level can be changed.
The automatic cooktop extractor function will
be reactivated after 10 minutes.
XX
Press the selection button for the cooktop extractor.
XX
Press the multi-function button .
QQ The fan display lights up more brightly.
QQ The automatic cooktop extractor function is activated.
QQ A appears on the display.
XX
Press the selection button for the cooktop extractor.
XX
Press any button.
QQ 0 is shown in the fan display.
The filter service display is shown every time the cooktop
extractor is switched on and remains active until the filter
has been changed and the filter service display is reset. The
cooktop extractor can still be operated without limitations.
Changing the filter
XX
Switch off the cooktop with integrated cooktop
extractor.
XX
Observe all warnings that are described in the
Cleaning chapter.
XX
Replace the activated charcoal filter.
XX
Clean the stainless steel grease filter, the air inlet
nozzle, the air guiding housing and the housing base.
7.3.6 Switching off the automatic cooktop
extractor function
Resetting the filter service display
7.3.7 Automatic after-run
XX
Press the selection button for the cooktop extractor.
QQ The fan display lights up more brightly.
XX
Select power level 0
QQ The power level N is shown on the display.
QQ The cooktop extractor switches off automatically after
20 minutes.
XX
Switch on the cooktop with integrated cooktop
extractor.
QQ The fan display will show a flashing F.
XX
Press the selection button on the cooktop extractor
for at least 4 seconds until a flashing 0 appears.
After a few seconds, a solid 0 will be displayed.
QQ The filter service display has been reset.
7.3.8 Switching off the automatic after-run
early
7.5 Saving energy
XX
Press the selection button for the cooktop extractor.
XX
Press the multi-function button .
QQ The automatic cooktop extractor function is deactivated.
XX
Press the selection button on the cooktop extractor
while the automatic after-run is active.
QQ The automatic after-run is switched off.
7.3.9 Switching off the cooktop extractor
XX
Press the selection button for the cooktop extractor.
fan display lights up more brightly.
XX
Select power level 0.
QQ The power level 0 is shown on the display.
XX
Press the selection button for the cooktop extractor
again.
QQ The device switches off.
or
XX
Press the on/off switch
to switch off the device.
QQ The
7.4 Pay attention to the filter service
display
If F appears on the fan display, this means the service life of
the activated charcoal filter has expired (with recirculation
only) and the stainless steel grease filter needs to be
thoroughly cleaned:
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If the activated charcoal filter has been replaced (with
recirculation only) and the stainless steel grease filter has
been cleaned, it will be necessary to reset the filter service
display.
XX
Follow all of the energy-saving tips to use the cooktop
with integrated cooktop extractor in an energy-efficient
manner.
XX
When purchasing cookware, pay attention to the
diameter of the base as the upper diameter of the pot
is usually specified. The diameter of the base is often
smaller.
XX
Use pressure cookers. Due to the closed cooking
chamber and the overpressure, these save a great
deal of time and energy. The short cooking time also
helps preserve vitamins.
XX
Make sure there is sufficient liquid in the pressure
cooker. An empty pot which is still being heated can
lead to overheating. This can damage both the cooking
zone and the pot.
XX
If possible, always seal cookware using a suitable lid.
XX
Choose a suitable size of cookware for the amount of
food you are cooking. A big pot that is barely filled
requires a lot of energy.
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Cleaning and maintenance
EN
8 Cleaning and
maintenance
XX
Observe all safety and warning information
(see Safety chapter).
XX
Follow the enclosed manufacturer's information.
XX
Make sure that the cooktop and cooktop extractor
have been switched off completely and have cooled
down prior to the planned cleaning and maintenance
work to prevent injury (see the Operation chapter).
QQ Regular
cleaning ensures the longevity of the product
and optimal functioning.
XX
Adhere to the following cleaning and maintenance
cycles:
Component
Operating panel
Cooktop
Cleaning cycle
Immediately after every soiling
Immediately after every soiling
every week thoroughly with standard commercially available glass
ceramic cleaners
Cooktop extractor
Weekly
Air inlet nozzle and
After every time you prepare very
stainless steel grease greasy foods;
filter
at least weekly,
when the fan level indicator = F
by hand or in the dishwashing
machine (at a max. 50 °C);
Only clean the stainless steel surfaces in the polishing direction!
Air guiding housing
Clean every 6 months or when
replacing the activated charcoal
filter
Activated charcoal
Replace after the build-up of odour,
filter
when the extraction power has
(only for recirculated diminished or the fan level indicaair)
tor shows F
Tab. 8.1:  Cleaning cycles
8.1 Cleaning agents
INFO
Due to the use of aggressive cleaning agents
and abrasion caused by the pot bases the
surface will become damaged and dark stains
will occur.
You need a special glass ceramic panel scraper and suitable cleaning agents to clean the cooktop.
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XX
Never use steam cleaners, abrasive sponges, scouring
pads, or chemically aggressive cleaning agents (e.g.
baking oven spray).
XX
Make sure that the cleaning agent does not contain
any sand, soda, acids or chloride.
For air inlet nozzle and grease filter
XX
Do not use any aggressive, acidic or alkaline cleaning
agents.
8.2 Maintaining the cooktop
XX
Do not use the cooktop as a worktop or shelf.
XX
Do not push or pull cookware across the cooktop.
XX
Always lift pots and pans.
XX
Keep the cooktop clean.
XX
Remove any kind of soiling immediately.
XX
Only use cookware which is suitable for glass ceramic
panels (see the Device description chapter)
8.3 Cleaning the cooktop
INFO
When the cooktop extractor is switched on,
the air inlet nozzle is installed to ensure that
no small and light objects, such as cleaning
wipes made of fabrics or paper are sucked in.
XX
Make sure that the cooktop is switched off (see Operating chapter).
XX
Wait until all cooking zones are cold.
XX
Remove all coarse soiling and food residues from the
cooktop with a glass ceramic scraper.
XX
Apply the cleaning agent onto the cold cooktop.
XX
Rub the cleaning agent with a paper towel or a clean
cloth.
XX
Wipe off the cooktop while wet.
XX
Rub the cooktop dry with a clean cloth.
When the cooktop is hot:
XX
Immediately remove molten residues of plastic, aluminium film, sugar or foods containing sugar with a
glass ceramic scraper from the hot cooking zone to
prevent burning them in.
Special soiling
XX
Heavy soiling and stains (limescale stains, pearly shimmering stains) are best to be removed if the cooktop
is still warm.
XX
Soften dried dirt residues using a damp cloth.
XX
Remove dirt residues with the glass ceramic scraper.
XX
Always remove grains, crumbs or the like which fall
onto the cooktop during general cooking work right
away to prevent the surface from being scratched.
Coloured changes and shiny surfaces are not cooktop
damage. They do not impact on the function of the cooktop and the stability of the glass ceramic.
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Discolourations to the cooktop arise from residues which
are not removed and have been burnt in.
Glossy spots are caused by the abrasion of the pot base,
especially when using cooking utensils with aluminium
bases, or by unsuitable cleaning agents. They are very
hard to remove.
1
2
3
8.4 Cleaning the cooktop extractor
The air inlet nozzle and the stainless steel grease filter absorb the greasy components of the kitchen vapour.
EN
Fig. 8.2 Removing the stainless steel grease filter
XX
Make sure that the cooktop and cooktop extractor are
switched off (see Operating chapter).
XX
Wait until the fan display is 0.
XX
Clean the cooktop extractor in accordance with the
cleaning cycles (see Tab. 7.1).
XX
Clean the surfaces of the exhaust air system using a
soft damp cloth, detergent or a mild window cleaning
agent.
XX
Soften dried-on dirt residues using a damp cloth (do
not scratch!).
[1]
[2]
[3]
8.4.1 Removing the air inlet nozzle and
stainless steel grease filter
INFO
Clean the stainless steel surfaces in the polishing direction only.
INFO
If the stainless steel grease filter can no
longer be cleaned completely, this means the
stainless steel grease filter will need to be
replaced.
1
2
Stainless steel grease filter
Handle
Suction opening
XX
Grab the stainless steel grease filter using the handle
[2].
XX
Pull the stainless steel grease filter [1] out of the suction opening [3] upwards.
8.4.2 Cleaning the air inlet nozzle and
stainless steel grease filter
Manual cleaning
Fig. 8.1 Removing the air inlet nozzle
[1]
[2]
Air inlet nozzle
Access opening
Prerequisite: The fan level indicator indicates 0.
XX
Reach into the access opening [2] with your hand.
XX
Remove the air inlet nozzle [1] out upwards.
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Use a degreasing cleaning agent.
XX
Rinse the inlet nozzle and stainless steel grease filter
with hot water.
XX
Use a soft brush to clean the inlet nozzle and stainless
steel grease filter.
XX
After cleaning, rinse the inlet nozzle and stainless steel
grease filter well.
Cleaning in the dishwasher
XX
Rinse the air inlet nozzle and the stainless steel grease
filter with a rinsing program at a maximum of 55 °C.
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Cleaning and maintenance
EN
8.4.3 Installing stainless steel grease filter
and air inlet nozzle
XX
Grab the stainless steel grease filter using the handle
[2] (Fig. 7.2)
XX
Insert the stainless steel grease filter [1] into the suction opening.
XX
Make sure that the stainless steel grease filter rests
against the bottom housing base. A lock is not needed
and is not provided.
XX
Reach into the access opening [2] of the inlet nozzle
with your hand (Fig. 7.1).
XX
Insert the air inlet nozzle (Fig. 7.1; [1]) centrally into
the suction opening.
XX
Press the air inlet nozzle upwards until it engages.
XX
Hold the housing base with one hand [3].
XX
Open both locks on the rear [4].
XX
Open both front locks [1].
XX
Remove the housing base [3].
XX
Clean the air guiding housing [2] and the housing base
[3] with a mild cleaning agent.
8.5.2 Closing the air guiding housing
8.5 Cleaning the air guiding housing
Greasy deposits and limescale residues from the cooking
vapour can accumulate on the surface of the air guiding
housing. Regular, thorough cleaning (see Table 7.1) is thus
necessary.
The air guiding housing is on the underside of the cooktop
in the floor unit.
1
2
8.5.1 Opening the air guiding housing
3
XX
Make sure that the cooktop and cooktop extractor are
switched off (see Operating chapter).
XX
Wait until the fan display is 0.
4
5
Fig. 8.4 Closing the air guiding housing
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
4
1
4
Fig. 8.3 Opening the air guiding housing
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
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Front locks
Air guiding housing
Housing base
Rear locks
3
2
1
Air guiding housing
Sealing groove
Hooks
Locking strop
Housing base
XX
Using both hands, position the housing base [5] so
that the position of the locking straps [4] on the housing base match the position of the hooks [3] on the
housing.
XX
Insert the housing base at the sealing groove [2] of the
air guiding housing [1].
XX
Press the housing base [5] upwards until the 4 locks
(2 front, 2 rear) engage into the hooks [3].
XX
Check that all 4 locking straps [4] have correctly
engaged.
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8.6 Replacing the activated charcoal
filter
Removing the activated carbon filter
Two activated charcoal filters are used only when the cooktop extractor is being operated in recirculated air mode.
The activated charcoal filter binds odorous materials which
arise during cooking.
INFO
The activated charcoal filters must be replaced
when the fan level indicator indicates F (filter
service display).
BAKF activated charcoal filters can be purchased from your specialist. You can also
contact BORA on its homepage
http://www.bora.com.
XX
Make sure that the cooktop and cooktop extractor are
switched off (see Chapter 6.1).
XX
Wait until the fan display is 0.
EN
1
Fig. 8.6 Opening middle lock
[1]
Lock, middle
XX
Open the lock [1] in the middle.
1
Fig. 8.7 Opening outer locks
[1]
1
3
2
1
Outer lock
XX
Open both outer locks [1].
XX
Fold the lid (Fig. 7.5; [2]) down until it engages.
Fig. 8.5 Releasing the activated carbon filter housing lid
[1]
[2]
[3]
Outer locks
Activated carbon filter housing cover
Middle lock
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XX
Position the new activated charcoal filter [2] in such a
way that the directional arrow is pointing to the rear
and is visible from below.
XX
Move the activated charcoal filter into the housing.
XX
Press the activated charcoal filter upwards until the filter retainer [1] engages.
click
2
1
Fig. 8.8 Removing the activated carbon filter
[1]
[2]
click
Activated charcoal filter
Filter bracket
click
XX
Hold the activated charcoal filter with one hand [1].
XX
Push the filter retainer [2] to the back.
XX
Remove the activated charcoal filter by moving it
downwards.
XX
Dispose of used activated charcoal filters with household waste.
Inserting the activated charcoal filter
2
1
1
2
1
Fig. 8.10 Closing the activated charcoal filter housing lid
[1]
[2]
Locks
Activated carbon filter housing cover
XX
Fold the activated charcoal filter housing lid [2] by
moving up upwards.
XX
Press on the activated charcoal filter housing lid until
the locks [1] engage.
1
Fig. 8.9 Inserting the activated charcoal filter
[1]
[2]
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Filter bracket
Activated charcoal filter
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9 Troubleshooting
Operating situation
The cooktop or the fan
cannot be switched on.
Cause
The fuse or the automatic
circuit breaker of the electrical
installation of the apartment
and/or house is defective.
The fuse or the automatic circuit
breaker trips several times.
The power supply is disconnected.
Odours and vapours arise when the This is normal on brand-new
new cooktop is put into operation. appliances.
No or unsuitable cookware has
V is displayed in the cooking
been placed on the cooking
zone indicator.
zone.
The childproofing feature is
L is displayed in the cooking
activated.
zone indicator.
A cooking zone or the entire cooktop switches off automatically.
The operating time of a cooking
zone has been exceeded.
The overheating protection has
tripped.
The power setting is automatiThe overheating protection has
cally shut off prematurely.
tripped.
ER03 is shown across all 4 cooking One or more sensor buttons are
covered, e.g. due to finger contact
zone indicators and the cooktop
or by objects placed on them.
switches off during operation.
The cooling fan continues
running after the cooktop has
been switched off.
E is displayed in the cooking
zone indicator.
The cooling fan will continue to
run until the cooktop has cooled
down and will then switch off
automatically.
An error has occurred in the
electronic system.
Remedy
Replace the fuse. Switch the automatic circuit
breaker back on.
Call BORA After Sales Service.
Have a specialist electrician inspect the power supply.
Wait a few operating hours.
Contact After Sales Service if the odour persists.
Only use suitable cookware. Select the cookware
size depending on the cooking zone
(see the Device Description chapter).
Switch off the childproofing feature
(see the Operation chapter).
Put the cooking zone back into operation
(see the Operation chapter).
(see the Device Description chapter)
(see the Device Description chapter)
Clean the operating panel or remove objects
(see the Device description chapter).
Wait until the cooling fan switches off
automatically.
Interrupt the cooktop power supply for approx.
1 minute. If the problem continues to persist after
the power supply has been restored, write down the
error number and contact BORA After Sales Service.
Replace the activated charcoal filter (with recirculation
only) and thoroughly clean the stainless steel grease
filter. In case of heavy soiling, replacing the stainless
steel grease filter is also recommended (see Cleaning
and maintenance chapter).
Clean or replace the stainless steel grease filter.
F is displayed in the fan level
The period of use of the filters
has been exceeded.
The extraction performance of the
cooktop extractor has decreased.
fan level indicator.
The stainless steel grease filter is
heavily soiled.
The activated charcoal filter is
Replace the activated charcoal filter.
heavily soiled (BFIU only).
There is an object in the air guiding Remove the trapped object.
housing (e.g. cleaning cloth).
The fan is defective or a duct
Call BORA After Sales Service.
connection has become loose.
E is displayed in the fan level
The ‘Home In’ contact is broken.
indicator.
ER81 or ER82 is shown in the
indicator. The fan cannot be
switched on.
The safety device is defective.
When using a window contact switch (safety
device), the window must be open when the fan is
operating.
Call BORA After Sales Service.
Tab. 9.1:  Resolving a fault
XX
In all other instances, call BORA After Sales Service (see the Warranty, After Sales and Spare parts chapter).
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Decommissioning, disassembly and disposal
EN
10 Decommissioning, disassembly and disposal
XX
Observe all safety and warning information
(see Safety chapter).
XX
Follow the enclosed manufacturer's information.
10.1 Decommissioning
Decommissioning is considered the final decommissioning
and disassembly. After decommissioning, the device can
either be built into another piece of furniture, sold on
privately, or disposed of.
INFO
Disconnecting and connecting the electricity
and gas connection may only be carried out by
certified experts.
XX
Switch off the device before decommissioning
(see Operating chapter)
XX
Disconnect the device from the voltage supply.
10.2 Disassembly
The removal requires that the device is accessible for
disassembly and was separated from the voltage supply
(see Section 9.1). On gas-powered devices, make sure that
the gas connection is complete.
XX
Undo the mounting brackets.
XX
Remove the silicone joints.
XX
Disconnect the duct from the cooktop extractor.
XX
Remove the device from the worktop upwards.
XX
Remove further accessory parts.
XX
Remove the old appliance and dirty accessory as
described under 9.3.
10.3 Disposing of the product in an
environmentally friendly way
Disposal of transport packaging
INFO
The packaging protects the device against
transport damages. The packaging is made
of materials that are environmentally friendly
and easy to dispose of and can therefore be
recycled.
Returning the packaging material into the material cycle
saves resources and reduces the waste production. Your
specialist supplier will take the packaging back.
XX
Hand the packaging to your specialist supplier
or
XX
Dispose of the packaging properly taking into account
the regional regulations.
Disposing of the old appliance
Electrical devices marked with this
symbol should not be disposed of as
household waste at the end of its life.
They must be taken to a collection
centre for recycling electrical or
electronic non-heating appliances.
For information, please contact your
city or local authorities.
Waste electric and electronic equipment often still
contains valuable materials. They do, however, also
contain harmful substances that were required for their
correct functioning and safety. When disposed of in the
residual waste or if not handled correctly, they may cause
harm to the health of people and the environment.
XX
Therefore do not dispose of your old appliance as
household waste.
XX
Take the old appliance to a regional collection centre
for return and recycling of electronic and electrical
parts and other materials.
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EN
11 Warranty, After Sales
Service and spare
parts
XX
Observe all safety and warning information (see Safety
chapter).
11.1 Warranty
The warranty period shall be 2 years.
11.2 After Sales Service
BORA After Sales Service:
see reverse side of operating and assembly instructions
+800 7890 0987
XX
In the case of faults you cannot fix yourself,
contact your BORA specialist supplier or
BORA After Sales Service.
The After Sales Service will require the type designation
and the serial number of your device (FD number). This
information is provided on the nameplate or on the back of
the manual as well as on the device.
11.3 Spare parts
XX
Only use original spare parts when making repairs.
INFO
Spare parts can be obtained from your BORA
dealer, the BORA online service website at
www.bora.com/service or by calling the
service number provided.
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Notes:
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GB
12 Notes:
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Nameplate cooktop:
Nameplate switch box (optional):
Germany:
Australia – New Zealand:
BORA Lüftungstechnik GmbH
Rosenheimer Str. 32
83064 Raubling
Germany
T +49 (0) 8035 / 907-240
F +49 (0) 8035 / 907-249
info@bora.com
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BORA APAC Pty Ltd
A/ 91-95 Victoria Road
Drummoyne NSW 2047
Australia
T +61 409 / 209016
F +61 297 /124 131
info@boraapac.com.au
www.boraapac.com.au
Austria:
BORA Vertriebs GmbH & Co KG
Prof.-Dr.-Anton-Kathrein-Straße 3
6342 Niederndorf
Austria
T +43 (0) 5373 / 62250-0
F +43 (0) 5373 / 62250-90
mail@bora.com
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Europe:
BORA Holding GmbH
Prof.-Dr.-Anton-Kathrein-Straße 3
6342 Niederndorf
Austria
T +43 (0) 5373 / 62250-0
F +43 (0) 5373 / 62250-90
mail@bora.com
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+800 7890 0987
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