bora BIU, BIA User manual

bora BIU, BIA User manual

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Operating and assembly instructions BIA, BIU

Induction-glass ceramic cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor

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M8800361

Operating and assembly Manual:

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 [email protected]

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The dissemination or reproduction of this document, processing and publication of its content is not permitted unless expressly authorised by BORA.

© BORA Lüftungstechnik GmbH, 2014

All rights reserved.

Table of Contents

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Table of Contents

1 General 4

2 Safety 6

2.1 General safety precautions .............................. 6

2.2 Safety instructions, operation .......................... 7

2.3 Safety instructions, assembly .......................... 8

2.4 Safety instructions, disassembly ...................... and disposal .................................................... 9

2.5 Safety instructions, spare parts ....................... 9

2.6 Use as intended ............................................. 10

7.1.2 Adjusting the power level .............................. 30

7.1.3 Changing the power level .............................. 30

7.1.4 Switching on the power setting ..................... 30

7.1.5 Switching the power setting off early ............ 30

7.1.6 Switching off the cooking zone ..................... 30

7.1.7 Pay attention to the residual heat display ..... 30

7.1.8 Using the timer function ................................ 30

7.1.9 Activating/deactivating the child safety lock 31

7.2 Operating the cooktop extractor ................... 32

7.2.1 Switching on the cooktop extractor .............. 32

7.2.2 Setting the fan level ...................................... 32

7.2.3 Switching on the delayed automatic ................ after-run ......................................................... 32

7.2.4 Switching off the cooktop extractor .............. 32

7.3 Pay attention to the filter service display ...... 32

7.4 Saving energy ................................................ 33

3 Technical data 11

4 Energy label 12

5 Device description 13

5.1 Structure ....................................................... 13

5.2 Operating panel and operating principle ....... 14

5.3 How the cooking zone works ....................... 15

5.3.1 Power levels .................................................. 15

5.3.2 power setting ................................................. 15

5.3.3 Timer functions .............................................. 15

5.3.4 Pan size recognition ...................................... 15

5.3.5 Suitable cookware ......................................... 15

5.4 How the cooktop extractor works ................. 16

5.4.1 power setting ................................................. 16

5.4.2 Automatic after-run ....................................... 16

5.4.3 Filter service display ...................................... 16

5.5 Safety devices ............................................... 16

5.5.1 Residual heat display ..................................... 16

5.5.2 Safety shut-down ........................................... 16

5.5.3 Cooking zone overheating protection ............ 16

5.5.4 Automatic switch-off if the button .................... is pressed and held ....................................... 17

5.5.5 Child safety lock ............................................ 17

8 Cleaning and maintenance 34

8.1 Cleaning agents ............................................. 34

8.2 Maintaining the cooktop ................................ 34

8.3 Cleaning the cooktop .................................... 34

8.4 Cleaning the cooktop extractor ..................... 35

8.4.1 Removing the air inlet nozzle and stainless ...... steel grease filter ........................................... 35

8.4.2 Cleaning the air inlet nozzle and stainless ........ steel grease filter ........................................... 35

8.4.3 Installing stainless steel grease filter ............... and air inlet nozzle......................................... 36

8.5 Cleaning the air guiding housing ................... 36

8.5.1 Opening the air guiding housing .................... 36

8.5.2 Closing the air guiding housing ..................... 36

8.6 Replacing the activated charcoal filter .......... 37

9 Troubleshooting 39

10 Decommissioning, disassembly and disposal 41

10.1 Decommissioning .......................................... 41

10.2 Disassembly .................................................. 41

10.3 Disposing of the product in an ......................... environmentally friendly way ......................... 41

6 Assembly 18

6.1 Checking the scope of delivery ..................... 18

6.2 Tool and aids ................................................. 18

6.3 Assembly instructions ................................... 18

6.3.1 Safety distances ............................................ 18

6.4 Dimensions of cut-out for cooktop ................ 19

6.5 Installing the air recirculation version (BIU) ... 20

6.6 Installing exhaust air duct variant (BIA) ......... 23

6.6.1 Using the cooktop extractor with a fireplace..... which does not depend on room air .............. 23

6.7 Establishing the power connection ................ 28

6.8 Handover to user ........................................... 29

11 Warranty, After Sales Service and spare parts 42

11.1 Warranty ........................................................ 42

11.2 After Sales Service ........................................ 42

11.3 Spare parts .................................................... 42

7 Operation 30

7.1 Switching cooktop on/off.............................. 30

7.1.1 Switching on the cooking zone ...................... 30

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1 General

INFO

Target group

These operating and assembly instructions are intended for the following target groups:

Target group

Users

Requirements

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 expert

Electrical expert

Expert gas connection

The assembly expert must carry 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.

The electrical connection must only be executed by a certified electrician. He/she also assumes responsibility for the proper electrical installation and commissioning.

The gas connection must only be implemented by a certified gas engineer. He/she also assumes responsibility for the proper gas installation and commissioning.

Tab. 1.1: Target groups

INFO

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.

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.

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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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.

X X order.

Enumerations are indicated with a square bullet point at the start of the line.

Q Q

Q Q

Enumeration 1

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

X

Measures to minimise risk

Please note:

Q Q

Q Q

The warning symbol draws your attention to the risk.

The signal word indicates the severity of that risk.

Warning symbol

Signal word Risk

DANGER Indicates an immediate, hazardous situation which causes death or serious injury if not respected.

WARNING Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which can cause death or serious injury if not respected.

CAUTION Indicates a possible hazardous situation which can cause minor injury if not respected.

CAUTION Indicates a situation which can cause minor injury if not respected.

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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.

Q Q

Q Q

This 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.

The term "device" is used to refer to cooktop, cooktop extractor or cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor.

X X

X before you assemble the device and start to use it.

X tions to hand so it is available when needed.

X X

X

X

X tallation manual to the new owner.

X

X

X

X X

Do not use the device until installation is complete.

Only in this way a safe operation can be guaranteed.

X X

X possible.

X

X X

Pay attention to the residual heat indicator.

X X size recognition.

X X

Recirculated air mode

INFO Every time the device is used for cooking, supplementary moisture is released into the room air.

INFO In the recirculated air mode, only a small amount of moisture is removed from the cooking vapours.

X X the outside air in the recirculated air mode, e.g. through an open window.

X X

(45-60% humidity), e.g. through natural ventilation openings or domestic ventilation systems.

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X X

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 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.

X X device or your doctor.

When there are children and people with special needs in the house

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

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.

Do not leave children unattended when they are near the device.

Children must not play with the device.

Use the child safety lock in order to prevent children from switching on the cooktop or changing the settings when they are unattended.

X X children in storage spaces above or behind the device.

Otherwise, the children will be tempted to climb onto

X the device.

X king surfaces.

Unauthorised modifications

Due to unauthorised modifications

The device can constitute a hazard.

X X

Cleaning and Maintenance

The device must be cleaned at regular intervals. Dirt can lead to damage or odour nuisance.

Remove dirt immediately.

Q Q

Any work involving cleaning and user maintenance must not be carried out by children unless they are supervised at all times while doing so.

X X cause a short circuit on live parts and thus lead to property damage (see the Cleaning chapter).

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X X trol panel so as not to damage the underlying electronics.

X X the interior of the device. Use only a slightly damp cloth. Never spray the device with water. Water penet-

X

X

X ration can cause damage!

X

X

X to prevent scratching and abrasion on the surface.

X X

X the cooking zone are clean and dry.

X scratching and abrasion on the surface.

X X

X nozzle of the cooktop extractor.

X of the air inlet nozzle.

2.2 Safety instructions, operation

Cooktop

DANGER!

Danger of fire caused by leaving the cooktop unattended!

Oil or fat in the pot can quickly heat up and ignite.

X

X

X

X

Never extinguish oil and fat fires with water.

X

DANGER!

Danger of explosion caused by flammable materials!

Flammable materials (spray) in the vicinity of the cooktop can explode and cause serious injury.

X X 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.

X X fractures in the glass ceramic, switch the device off immediately.

X X mains using miniature or automatic circuit breakers, fuses or contactors.

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.

X

X

Do not touch the hot cooktop.

X unless they are under constant supervision.

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.

X

Do not leave any objects on the cooktop.

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.

X

X

Do not leave any objects on the cooktop.

X glove).

WARNING!

Risk of burns caused by hot cookware!

Handles protruding over the worktops can induce children to grab them.

X X pans to one side over the worktop.

X X

Prevent children from pulling down hot pots and pans.

X X in specialist shops) reduces the danger.

WARNING!

Risk of burns!

Liquids between the cooking zone and base of the pot can scald the skin when steaming up.

X X 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.

X X

X kitchen worktop.

X when working on the cooktop.

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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.

X X containing sugar or salt and juices are spilled onto the hot cooking zones.

X X containing sugar or salt and juices from the hot cooking zone.

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.

X

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.

X X stainless steel grease filter.

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.

X X 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.

X X intervals.

X X 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.

X X intervals.

WARNING!

Danger of injury when opening the bottom housing cover!

There is a risk of injury while the fan is turning.

X X cooktop.

X X

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.

Cooktop

DANGER!

Danger of electric shock!

Connecting the device incorrectly to the mains poses a risk of electric shock.

X X connection to the mains voltage.

X X

Make sure that the device is connected to a properly installed protective conductor system.

X X

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).

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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.

X X not come into contact with hot cooking surfaces.

X X 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.

X X with two persons.

X X

X cut-out with two persons.

Use suitable aids to prevent damage to the limbs and the trunk.

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.

Work on the gas connection may only be carried out by an authorised gas fitter in accordance with legal applicable regulations. Comply with local regulations of the utility companies.

Cooktop extractor

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.

X X supply.

X X contact switch, low pressure warning device) and have them approved by a qualified expert (certified chimney-sweep).

X X

X X

Q Q

A damaged device may put your safety at risk!

Repair and maintenance work may only be carried out by specialists authorised by the manufacturer.

DANGER!

Danger of electric shock!

Disconnecting the device incorrectly from the mains poses a risk of electric shock.

X X mains using miniature or automatic circuit breakers, fuses or contactors.

X X that the device is de-energised.

DANGER!

Risk of suffocation!

Parts of the packaging (e.g. films, polystyrene) can be fatal to children.

X X

X reach of children.

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.

X X 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:

Q Q use outdoors

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q installation in vehicles heating the room use in non-fixed installation sites (e.g. on ships) 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 Lüftungs- technik GmbH shall not assume any liability for damage arising from non-adherence to the safety and warning instructions.

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3 Technical data

Parameter

Supply voltage

Frequency

Power consumption

Value

380-415 V 3N

50 Hz

7.6 kW

Fuse protection, minimum 1 x 32 A / 2 x 16 A

Total output 7.6 KW

Line-to-line voltage AC 220 – 240 V / 50 Hz

Main dimensions

(width x depth x height)

(excl. duct connections)

Weight (incl. accessories/ packaging)

Cooktop

Front single-ring induction cooking zones power setting

Back single-ring induction cooking zones

Power levels

760 x 515 x 196 mm

Approx. 25 kg

210 mm

175 mm

2300 W

3000 W

1400 W

1 – 9, power setting

Cooktop energy consumption

Cooking zone 1 (210mm)

Cooking zone 2 (175mm)

Cooking zone 3 (210mm)

Cooking zone 4 (175mm)

Total

Extraction system (BIA)

194,5 (Wh/kg)

181,1 (Wh/kg)

193,8 (Wh/kg)

184,1 (Wh/kg)

188,4 (Wh/kg)

Maximum flow volume

Maximum static pressure

647 m

3

/h

339 Pa

Power control 1 – 2, power setting

Exhaust air connection (BIA) 222 x 40 x 89 mm

Recirculation system (BIU)

Maximum flow volume

Maximum static pressure

Power control

Recirculation connection

(BIU)

Recirculation filter

Filter area

624 m

341 Pa

3

/h

1 – 2, power setting

650 x 90 mm

2 x 0.4m

2

Filter capacity

Service life

150 operating hours

1 year

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4 Energy label

Product description

Glass ceramic cooktop with 4 cooking zones and an integrated cooktop extractor

Operating mode

Energy consumption

Annual energy consumption (AEC hood

)

Energy efficiency class

Flow volume

Fluid dynamic efficiency (FDE hood

)

Fluid dynamic efficiency class

Lighting

Lighting efficiency (LE hood

)

Lighting efficiency class

Grease filtering

Level 2 maximum (GFE hood

Class level 2 normal

)

Grease filtering (additional details)

Level P maximum (GFE

Class level P maximum hood

)

Flow volume

Air flow level 1 minimum

Air flow level 2 normal

Air flow level P maximum (Q max

)

Sound power level

Level 1 minimum

BIA

Exhaust air

Value

87,5 kWh/a

C

15,7

D

* lx/Watt

*

88,5 %

B

93 %

B

342 m³/h

497 m³/h

647 m³/h

55 dB(A)

Level 2 normal

Level P maximum

Sound pressure level (additional details)

Level 1 minimum

64 dB(A)

69 dB(A)

Level 2 normal

Level P maximum

Details according to 66/2014

Power consumption in off mode (P

Time increase factor

O

)

Energy efficiency index (EEI hood

)

Air flow rate at the best efficiency point (Q

BEP

)

)

Pressure at the best efficiency point (P

BEP

Electric power input at the best efficiency point (W

BEP

43 dB(A)

51 dB(A)

57 dB(A)

< 0,5 W

1,4

79,9

370,8 m³/h

261 Pa

) 171,2 W

Tab. 4.1: Energy label details

BIU

Recirculation

Value

94,2 kWh/a

*

13,1

*

* lx/Watt

*

88,5 %

*

93 %

*

* m³/h

* m³/h

624 m³/h

* dB(A)

65 dB(A)

70 dB(A)

* dB(A)

53 dB(A)

57 dB(A)

< 0,5 W

1,5

85,6

320,8 m³/h

253 Pa

172,1

EN standard

61591

61591

61591

61591

*

*

61591

61591

61591

61591

61591

61591

61591

60704-2-13

60704-2-13

60704-2-13

**

**

**

61591

61591

61591

61591

61591

61591

(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 levels 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:

Q Q power setting

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Timer functions

Residual heat display

Pan size recognition

Child safety lock

Safety shut-down

Cooktop extractor:

Q Q

Touch-operated power control

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Automatic after-run (10 minutes)

Safety shut-down

Filter service display

Depending on your purchase decision, the cooktop extractor is operated as an exhaust air or a recirculating version.

INFO When using recirculated air, always ensure sufficient ventilation and aeration to expel any humidity.

The filter in the activated charcoal filter is made from special activated charcoal, which is ideal for trapping cooking odours.

5.1 Structure

5

3

4

1

2

Exhaust operation

The air suctioned away by the cooktop is purified by the stainless steel grease filter and expelled into the open air via a duct system.

The exhaust air must not be expelled into:

Q Q a smoke or exhaust gas flue that is in operation

Q Q a shaft used to aerate areas in which fireplaces are installed

If the exhaust air is fed into a smoke or exhaust air flue that is not in operation, the installation must be checked and approved by a qualified heating engineer.

Fig. 5.1 Cooktop

[1] Inlet nozzle

[2] Stainless steel grease filter

[3] Cooktop

[4] Suction opening

[5] Operating panel

Recirculated air 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).

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Fig. 5.2 Cooktop extractor recirculation (BIU)

[1] Flexible duct

[2] Activated charcoal filter housing

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[4] Activated charcoal filter

[5] Air guiding housing with housing base

1 2

3

Fig. 5.3 Cooktop extractor exhaust air (BIA)

[1] Exhaust air arc with duct connection for NABER

[2] Horizontal exhaust air extension

[3] Air guiding housing with housing base

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1 2

10

6 5 4 3

9

Fig. 5.4 Operating panel

Sensor keys:

[1] Reduce fan power level

[2] Increase fan power level

[3] increase power level

[3] Increase timer value

[4] switch cooktop on/off

[5] reduce power level

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[5] Decrease timer value

[6] Select cooking zone

Display fields:

[7] Fan level indicator/filter service display

[8] Cooking zone indicator light

[9] Cooking zone indicator

[10] Timer

Display panel

Fan level indicator

Cooking zone indicator

Display Meaning

0 Fan off

1

or

2

Setting

P power setting

N

Automatic after-run

1

...

9

Power level

Cooking zone indicator light

Timer display (1*)

P power setting

H

L

Residual heat display:

Cooking zone is switched off but still hot

(temperature > 60°C)

Child safety lock active

On Automatic cut-off (timer) activated

Flashes Timer on (00); no time set

Off Timer off

01

...

99

Set minutes for short time (egg timer) or automatic cut-off

00

Timer on; no time set

Tab. 5.1: Meaning of displays

(1*) Timer display

The timer display uses the cooking zone indicators for the two back cooking zones (e.g.

30

for 30 minutes).

The cooking zone indicators for the two front cooking zones are disabled while the timer is displayed.

Touch control

The operating panel is fitted with electronic sensor buttons and display panels. The sensor buttons respond to finger contact.

You operate the device by touching the corresponding sensor key with your finger. Keep the finger pressed on the sensor key until you either hear an acoustic signal or the display changes accordingly.

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5.3 How the cooking zone works

An induction coil is located underneath an induction cooktop. 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.

5.3.2 power setting

The two front cooking zones have a power-enhancing power setting.

The power setting can be used in order to quickly heat up large quantities of water. If the power level is activated, the cooking zones will run at extra high power. After

5 minutes, the power level is automatically switched to level

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.

The induction automatically takes into account the size of the used cookware which means that only the area in the cooking zone covered by the base of the pot is heated up.

X

Observe the minimum pot base diameter.

INFO 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.

The cooking zone does not work

Q Q

If it is switched on without cookware or with unsuitable

Q Q

Q Q cookware.

If the base diameter of the cookware is too small.

If the cookware is removed from a cooking zone that is switched on.

In the case of cookware that is unsuitable or too small,

V

appears in the cooking zone display.

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.

Activity

Melting of butter and chocolate, breaking up gelatine

Keeping sauces and soups warm, soaking rice

Cooking potatoes, pasta, soups, ragouts, steaming fruit, vegetables and fish, defrosting food

Frying in coated pans, moderate frying

(without overheating the fat) of pork cutlets, fish

Heating up fat, browning fish, cooking thickened sources and soups, making omelettes

Cooking large quantities of liquid, browning steaks

Heating up water

Power level

1

1-3

2-6

6-7

7-8

9

P

5.3.3 Timer functions

You can use 2 timer functions:

Q Q

Q Q

Short-time timer (egg timer), no automatic switching off of a cooking zone.

Automatic cut-off for automatically switching off a cooking zone.

5.3.4 Pan size recognition

The cooking zone does not work

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q v appears in the display.

If it is switched on without cookware or with unsuitable cookware.

If the base diameter of the cookware is too small.

If the cookware is removed from a cooking zone that is switched on.

5.3.5 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:

Tab. 5.2: Recommendations for power levels

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q stainless steel with a magnetisable base enamelled steel cast iron 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.

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Front

Back

Minimum diameter

120 mm

90 mm

Tab. 5.3: Minimum cookware diameter

X X to the base of the utensils, they are normally induction compatible.

X X 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

X the cooktop.

X 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:

5.4.3 Filter service display

The filter service display is activated once the cooktop extractor has been operated for 150 hours. The activated charcoal filters are exhausted (with recirculation only) and the stainless steel grease filter needs to be thoroughly cleaned.

Q Q

F

appears (flashing) in the filter service display.

5.5 Safety devices

5.5.1 Residual heat display

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!

After switching it off, the cooking zone remains hot.

H

is displayed in the cooking zone indicator (residual heat indicator). The cooking zone indicator will go out after sufficient cooling time (temperature < 60°C).

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Humming may occur when using a high power level. It decreases or disappears if the power level is decreased.

Crackling or whistling may occur due to the bases of cookware made of different materials (e.g. sandwich base).

Clicking sounds may occur during electronic switching procedures especially at low power levels.

Whirring may occur when the cooling fan is switched on. In order to increase the service life of the electronic 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 How the cooktop extractor works

5.5.2 Safety shut-down

Cooking zone

Each cooking zone is switched off automatically when the cooking zone in the power level exceeds the maximum operating duration. description section).

H

(residual heat display) is then displayed in the cooking zone indicator (see the Device

Power level

Switch off after x hours

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

8 6 5 5 4 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

Tab. 5.4: Overview of the safety shut-down

X X control) if you want to put the cooking zone back into operation.

Cooktop extractor

5.4.1 power setting

The cooktop extractor has a power-enhancing power setting.

INFO The cooktop extractor switches off automatically if no buttons are pressed for 120 minutes.

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

.

5.4.2 Automatic after-run

The cooktop extractor fans continue to run at level 1 and switch off automatically after 20 minutes.

5.5.3 Cooking zone overheating protection

The induction coils and cooling elements of the electronic system are equipped with an overheat protection. Before the induction coils and/or cooling elements overheat, the overheat protection will initiate one of the following measures:

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Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

The power level level

9 switches to

9

.

P

is automatically switched to power

after 5 minutes. The cooking zone indicator

The set power level is reduced.

P

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).

Q Q

After a few seconds, the cooktop will switch off.

X X

X X

X X

5.5.5 Child safety lock

The child safety lock prevents the cooktop from being switched on automatically. The child safety lock can only be activated when the cooktop is switched on and all cooking zones have been switched off (see the Operation chapter).

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6 Assembly

X X

X

(see Safety chapter).

Follow the enclosed manufacturer's information.

INFO

INFO

INFO

INFO

INFO

The mains connection cord must be provided by the customer.

The device may not be installed above cooling devices, dishwashing machines, stoves, baking ovens as well as washing and drying machines.

The contact surface of the worktops and the wall sealing strip must be made of a heat-resistant material (up to approx. 100 °C).

Worktop cut-outs must be moisture-sealed using suitable means and, where necessary, fitted with a thermal insulator.

The integrated cooktop extractor must not be used with other cooktops.

6.2 Tool and aids

The following tools are required for the correct installation of the cooktop:

Q Q

Q Q

Pencil

Drill or cordless drill with a 5 mm wood bit (for the

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q back wall)

Compass saw or handsaw

Drilling template for cut-out on back wall (included)

Phillips screwdriver Z2

Silicone sealing compound for sealing cutting surfaces

6.3 Assembly instructions

6.3.1 Safety distances

X X

6.1 Checking the scope of delivery

Name

Induction glass ceramic cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor

Stainless steel grease filter

BAKF activated charcoal filter

Flexible duct (only BIU)

EURO screws (only BIU)

Duct extension for extracted air, horizontal

BLAVH (only BIA)

Mounting brackets

Sealing tape

Glass ceramic scraper

Cable routing clips

Operating and assembly manual

Lenshead screws

Drilling template

Height compensation plate set

Quantity

1

1

6

1

2

1

5

1

3

1

1

5

1

1

Tab. 6.1: Scope of delivery

X X

X sure it is complete.

X notify BORA Customer Services immediately.

X X

X are damaged.

X

(see Decommissioning, Disassembly and Disposal chapter)

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3

2

1

Fig. 6.1 Recommended minimum clearances

[1] Minimum distance of 50 mm at the back between worktop cut-out and the rear edge of the worktop.

[2] Minimum distance 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.

[3] Minimum distance of 700 mm between the worktop and the wall unit. A minimum clearance of 1000 m is recommended for ergonomic reasons.

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Surface installation

Preparing the worktop

X X out dimensions into account.

X X

X are properly sealed.

Observe the instructions provided by the worktop manufacturer.

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Cross bars on the unit in the area of the worktop cutout may need to be removed.

A false floor underneath the cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor is not needed.

Make sure that the area below the device is sufficiently ventilated.

2

at There must be an opening cross-section > 50 cm the front side and in the false floor for ventilation of the induction system of the cooktop.

The drawers and/or shelves in the floor unit must be removable.

There must be a return flow aperture > 500 cm

2

for feeding back recirculated air in the base area.

The power socket is underneath the device on the front.

Flush installation

764

735

<R5

R5

<R5

735

Fig. 6.4 Dimensions of cut-out for surface installation

12,5

Fig. 6.5 Dimension of support for surface installation

Attaching the sealing tape

1

2

Fig. 6.6 Sealing tape, surface installation

Fig. 6.2 Dimensions of cut-out for flush installation

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Fig. 6.7 Sealing tape, flush installation

[1] Black heat-resistant silicone sealing compound

[2] Sealing tape

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X X tape [2] on the underside of the cooktop before installing it. Do not leave any gaps.

X X the horizontal cutting edge in the worktop cut-out, even if you seal the cooktop with a silicone sealing

X compound [1] or similar.

Align the cooktop precisely.

Installation dimensions

515

760

1

2

Fig. 6.8 Height adjustment plates

[1] Cooktop

[2] Height adjustment plates

X X

X X the cooktop (FD number) on the back of this manual.

Both designations can be found on the nameplate on the underside of this cooktop.

Fig. 6.9 Device dimensions, recirculated air

6x Ø5mm

650

675

< R15

483

510 - 570

>600

490

90

INFO There must be a minimum clearance of 25 mm for the vertical return flow aperture.

INFO There must be a return flow aperture of at least 500 cm

2

.

When the cooktop extractor is exclusively used in recirculated air mode, it is possible to operate it with an open furnace without any additional safety measures being required.

>50

735

>800

650

510 - 570

119

>25

Fig. 6.10 Dimensions of furniture, recirculated air

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X X flow aperture and the connection bores in the middle of the cooktop based on the installation dimensions.

X X

X X

X X corresponding apertures in the base.

Screwing on the flexible duct

Fig. 6.11 Installation dimensions for recirculated air, worktop depth 600 mm

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

The floor unit must have a continuous rear wall so that the returned recirculated air is not directed into the front furniture body compartment.

There must be a cut-out in the rear wall.

A minimum clearance of 25 mm between the rear wall of the furniture body and an adjacent piece of furniture or room wall must be observed for the return flow aperture.

Preparing the rear wall of the furniture

X X tion dimensions.

X X

X X that the furniture body is closed to the front.

Fig. 6.13 Flexible duct with 6 EURO screws 6.3x10 mm

X X

(not a cordless drill) screw the flexible duct into the rear wall of the furniture until hand-tight.

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Inserting the cooktop

1 2 3 4 5

X X coal filter [1] from below.

click

2

1

3

4

Fig. 6.14 Insert the cooktop at an angle

[1] Cooktop

[2] Suction opening

[3] Air inlet nozzle

[4] Stainless steel grease filter

[5] Worktop cut-out

X X

X

[3] and the stainless steel grease filter [4].

X during insertion.

X X out [5]. The glass ceramic panel must be supported along the entire rear width (e.g. using a strip of wood) in the process.

Fig. 6.16 Hooking in the frame of the flexible duct

[1] Retaining groove of the housing of the activated charcoal filter

[2] Position shackles

[3] Flexible duct frame

[4] Lower lock

X X groove of the housing of the activated charcoal filter

[1].

X X the guide.

X X

Move the frame upwards [3] until the lower [4] and upper lock engage in the middle.

X X of the housing [1] on all sides.

Fig. 6.15 Opening the housing cover

[1] Housing cover of the activated charcoal filter

1

22

1

2

Fig. 6.17 Inserting the activated charcoal filter

[1] Housing cover of the activated charcoal filter

[2] Activated charcoal filter

X X

X ters.

Insert the two activated charcoal filters [2] from below.

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X by an arrow.

Close the cover to the housing [1].

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6.6.1 Using the cooktop extractor with a fireplace which does not depend on room air

Fireplaces depending on room air (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 discharge the exhaust fumes to the outside via an exhaust system (e.g. chimney).

When the cooktop extractor is used for exhaust air operation, it draws in air from the room it is installed in and from neighbouring rooms. If there is insufficient air, an underpressure will occur. Toxic gases could be drawn out of the chimney or extraction duct and back into the room.

1

5

6

Fig. 6.19 Incorrect exhaust air system installation

Fig. 6.18 Securing the cooktop in the middle

[1] Cooktop

[2] Suction opening

[3] Air inlet nozzle

[4] Stainless steel grease filter

[5] Worktop cut-out

[6] Mounting bracket

For surface installation

X X ing on the worktop.

For flush installation

X X sealed well all the way round.

X X underneath.

X X

Fasten the cooktop using the mounting brackets [6] at the worktop.

X X

X and air inlet nozzle [3].

X silicone sealing compound.

Fig. 6.20 Correct exhaust air system installation

X X which a fireplace is installed, make sure that

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q the maximum underpressure is 4 Pa (4 x 10

-5

bar), a safety-related device (e.g. window contact switch, minimum pressure controller) ensuring that a sufficient supply of fresh air is guaranteed must always be used, the exhaust air may not be ducted into a chimney that is used for exhaust gases of devices operated with gas or other combustibles, the installation has been inspected and signed off by a qualified professional (e.g. chimneysweep).

INFO National and regional laws and regulations must be followed when executing the exhaust air duct.

Sufficient intake air must be provided.

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Installation dimensions

760

515

> 600 a a b

535

635

89 b

222

170

100

270

170

Fig. 6.21 Device dimensions, exhaust air

[a] Device dimensions without a channel extension.

[b] Device dimensions with a channel extension.

>50 a b

490

600

700

735

320

110

< 430

480

Fig. 6.23 Installation dimensions for exhaust air, worktop depth

600 mm

> 700

< 530

580

535

635

100

105

105

>800

Fig. 6.24 Installation dimensions for exhaust air, worktop depth

700 mm Fig. 6.22 Furniture dimensions, exhaust air

[a] Worktop depth from 600 mm

[b] Worktop depth from 700 mm

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Installation conditions

Q Q

The rear wall of the floor unit must be adjusted for the

Q Q exhaust air duct.

A minimum clearance of 110 mm between the rear wall of the furniture body and an adjacent piece of furniture or wall must be observed for the duct.

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

Q Q

The exhaust air connection is compatible with the

Compair Flow 150 system by Naber.

The exhaust air must be directed to the outside in appropriate exhaust air ducts.

The minimum cross-section of the exhaust air ducts must be 176 cm

2

. This equates to a cylindrical tube with a diameter of 150 mm.

The maximum exhaust air duct length is 6 m.

Planning information for the installation of the exhaust air ducts are provided in the BORA ventilation instructions.

Preparing the rear wall of the furniture

X X check the required installation dimensions for the

X device and the planned duct system.

X required installation dimensions as necessary.

Fig. 6.25 Removing the housing base

[1] Housing base

[2] Locks

[3] Air guiding housing

X X

X X housing [3].

Extending the exhaust air duct

INFO The exhaust air duct can optionally be extended by 100 mm to the rear using the supplied horizontal extension BLAVH.

X X

X filter.

X the cooktop onto a clean and protective surface (e.g. cardboard, packaging material) to prevent damage to the glass ceramic panel.

1

1

1

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X X left and right to release the position lock.

X X arc [1] upwards.

1

2

3

Fig. 6.27 Moving the air guiding housing

[1] Exhaust air arc

[2] Air guiding housing

[3] Support opening

X X exhaust air arc [1] as far as the left-hand edge of the support opening [3].

Fig. 6.29 Removing the exhaust air arc

[1] Exhaust air arc

[2] Air guiding housing

X X ing [2] upwards.

1

2

Fig. 6.30 Inserting the extension for exhaust air duct

[1] Exhaust air arc

[2] Extension for exhaust air duct

[3] Air guiding housing

X X the groove of the air guiding housing [3].

1

2

3

1

2

Fig. 6.28 Removing the air guiding housing

[1] Exhaust air arc

[2] Air guiding housing

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X X engages fully into the slot of the opening [1].

X X extension for the exhaust air duct [2].

1

1

1

2

1

2

Fig. 6.31 Inserting the airflow assembly on the cooktop base

[1] Airflow assembly

[2] Openings

X X in such a way that all retaining hooks are in the openings [2].

Fig. 6.33 Position lock

[1] Shackles for transport and position lock

X X

X

X upwards.

Lift the cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor.

X

1 2 3 4 5

1

2

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[1] Cooktop

[2] Suction opening

[3] Air inlet nozzle

[4] Stainless steel grease filter

[5] Worktop cut-out

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X X

X

X tion.

X

X cut-out [5].

For surface installation

X X top.

For flush installation

X X sealed well all the way round.

X X underneath.

1 2 3 4

1

5

6

5

7

8

6.7 Establishing the power connection

X X

X chapter).

X as well as the supplementary regulations of the local utility companies.

INFO

INFO

The power connection must only be implemented by a certified engineer. He/she also assumes responsibility for the proper installation and commissioning.

Connection via plug-in contacts, e.g. plugs with earthing contacts, are not allowed.

X X

X before connecting the cooktop.

X from being switched on without permission.

X X

X X tion to a type H 05 VV-F power supply line with appropriate minimum cross section (s. Tab. Fuse protection and minimum cross section).

Connection

Three-phase-connection

Two-phase-connection

One-phase-connection

Fuse protection

3 x 16 A

2 x 16 A

1 x 32 A

Minimum cross-section

2.5 mm

2

2.5 mm

2

4 mm

2

Tab. 6.2: Fuse protection and minimum cross section

Fig. 6.35 Connecting the exhaust air duct

[6] Mounting bracket

[7] Exhaust air arc

[8] Exhaust air duct

X X

X the exhaust air arc [7].

X adhesive sealing tape UDB1.

X X

X the worktop.

X and air inlet nozzle [3].

X X silicone sealing compound.

1

L1

2

L2

3

L3

220 - 240 V~

4

N

220 - 240 V~

220 - 240 V~

Fig. 6.36 Connection diagram 3-phase connection

1

L1

2

L2

3 4

N

220 - 240 V~

220 - 240 V~

Fig. 6.37 Connection diagram 2-phase connection

PE

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L1

2 3 4

N

220 - 240 V~

Fig. 6.38 Connection diagram 1-phase connection

1

2

3

3

1

PE

Fig. 6.39 Electrical connections of the cooktop

[1] Bore holes

[2] Power supply

[3] Cable mounting clip

X X

Figs. Connection diagram), connect the power supply line to the power connection [2] on the cooktop with

X integrated cooktop extractor.

X contacts with the BKAS connector clip (included in the

X scope of delivery).

X bore holes (1) either on the left or right hand side for

X the cable routing to the rear.

X and cannot touch any hot parts of the cooktop.

X X

X X

X X

X

Operation chapter).

Check all the functions are working correctly.

Device power management (total power reduction)

The total power of the device can be reduced to 4.4 KW for initial commissioning, if the required electrical power cannot be provided at the site of installation. The connection must always be equipped with a fuse protection of at least 20 A.

Programming the device power management

For the programming process, the device must not be switched on and the childproofing feature must not be active.

Program the cooktop within 2 minutes after the cooktop is supplied with power.

X X buttons at the same time for 3 seconds.

Q Q

The display will show 7.4 (factory setting).

X X

X total power consumption to 4.4.

X tion buttons at the same time for 3 seconds until an acoustic signal sounds.

Q Q

The acoustic signal indicates that the setting is saved and the cooktop switches itself off.

If the cooktop is switched on again, it is ready for use.

6.8 Handover to user

Once installation is done:

X

X

X

X handling to the user.

X X and installation instructions to be kept in a safe place.

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X X ration (see Safety chapter).

INFO The integrated cooktop extractor must not be used with other cooktops.

INFO The cooktop should only be operated when the stainless steel grease filter and air inlet nozzle are installed.

7.1 Switching cooktop on/off

Switching on

X X

The power level indicators.

0

is displayed in the cooking zone

Switching off

INFO Use the operating panel to switch off the cooking zone after use. Do not rely on the pan size recognition.

X X

X X

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7.1.1 Switching on the cooking zone

X X cooking zone.

The

0

in the cooking zone indicator lights up more brightly. The cooking zone indicator light lights up.

7.1.2 Adjusting the power level

X X or press to set power level

5

9

.

7.1.3 Changing the power level

X X cooking zone.

The cooking zone indicator lights up more brightly.

X X in the cooking zone indicator.

7.1.4 Switching on the power setting

INFO Only the two front cooking zones are equipped with a power-enhancing power setting.

X X cooking zone.

X X

P

is displayed in the cooking zone indicator.

After 5 minutes, the cooking zone is automatically switched to power level

9

.

7.1.5 Switching the power setting off early

X X

X cooking zone. The indicator will appear brighter.

Continue pressing until the lower power level that you want is displayed.

7.1.6 Switching off the cooking zone

X X

X cooking zone.

X indicator displays power level

The display will show a

0

0

.

for a few seconds.

7.1.7 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 indicator). The cooking zone indicator will go out after sufficient time is left to cool down (temperature < 60 °C).

INFO While a

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!

X X

X X objects are placed on it.

7.1.8 Using the timer function

Prerequisite

Q Q

The cooktop must be switched on.

You can use 2 timer functions:

Q Q

Short time (egg timer) (the cooking zone is not auto-

Q Q matically switched off)

Automatic cut-off (for automatic cutting off of a cooking zone)

You can set a time range of between 1 and 99 minutes for both timer functions.

INFO After the pre-set time has passed in the timer display,

00

will be shown for a few seconds.

A signal tone will sound for a few seconds.

INFO If you first press , 1 minute is pre-set as the start time.

If you first press , 30 minutes are pre-set as the start time.

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Switching off the timer signal tone

X X the signal tone prematurely.

Setting the short time (egg timer)

X X

In the timer display on both rear cooking zone indicators.

X X

00

will appear for a few seconds

Setting the automatic cut-off (timer)

You can set an automatic cut-off for every cooking zone.

Switching the timer off early

X X

X which you wish to switch off the timer.

Press and simultaneously.

In the timer display, the set time is displayed and the

X cooking zone indicator light flashes.

Press until the timer display shows

00

.

7.1.9 Activating/deactivating the child safety lock

INFO If a cooking zone indicator alternately shows and

L

H

, this means the cooking zone is still hot.

INFO

INFO

The cooking zone control light indicates whether the automatic cut-off is activated. The cooking zone indicator light lights up until the cooking zone is switched off after the pre-set time has passed.

If several cooking zones are activated with an automatic cut-off, the cooking zone indicator light with the lowest timer value will light up provided that a cooking zone was not selected.

Prerequisite

Q Q

Q Q

A cooking zone has been selected.

A power level was set.

Activating the child safety lock

Prerequisites:

Q Q

Q Q

The cooktop is switched on.

All cooking zones are switched off.

X X buttons and simultaneously before pressing sensor button one more time.

L

is displayed in all cooking zone indicators. The child safety lock is activated.

Deactivating the child safety lock for a cooking session

INFO If a cooking zone indicator alternately shows and

0

H

, this means the cooking zone is still hot.

X X

In the time display on both rear cooking zone indicators.

X X

00

will appear for a few seconds

After the last input, the set time will be displayed in the timer display for a few seconds.

Changing the timer settings

X X

X for which you wish to change the automatic cut-off.

Press and simultaneously.

In the timer display, the set time is displayed and the

X cooking zone indicator light flashes.

Press or to set the required time.

If several timers are active

X X indicator light for the desired cooking zone starts flashing.

The cooking zone control lights are controlled in a clockwise order for which a timer was activated,

X beginning with the short time (egg timer).

Press or to change the set time.

Press sensor buttons and simultaneously. The power level

0

is displayed in all cooking zone indicators and the cooking zone indicator lights flash.

The power level you require can now be set for each cooking zone.

After the cooktop has been switched off, the child safety lock is activated again.

Deactivating the child safety lock

INFO If a cooking zone indicator alternately shows and

0

H

, this means the cooking zone is still hot.

Prerequisites:

Q Q

X

The cooktop is switched on.

X then one more time.

All cooking zone indicators display power level child safety lock is deactivated.

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Prerequisite:

Q Q

The cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor is switched on.

Recommendations for an efficient vapour extraction:

X X larly high. This ensures effective vapour extraction. It

X also reduces power consumption.

X power level required for an effective vapour extraction.

This way, you can improve the performance of the odour filters during air circulation operation.

X X required for cooking. This reduces the cooking vapours and power consumption.

X X

7.2.1 Switching on the cooktop extractor

X X

0

is shown in the fan level indicator. If no further input is made, the cooktop extractor will switch off automatically a few seconds afterwards.

7.2.2 Setting the fan level

X X

The following fan level sequence is run through:

Fig. 7.1 Fan level sequence

X X level sequence is run through:

Fig. 7.2 Fan level sequence

7.2.3 Switching on the delayed automatic after-run

X X

N

is displayed for automatic after-run.

The fan runs in level 1 and switches off automatically after 10 minutes.

7.2.4 Switching off the cooktop extractor

X X indicator or

X X tor

0

0

is displayed.

is displayed.

When the fan level indicator displays

0

, the cooktop extractor is switched off automatically after a few seconds.

If the fan level indicator displays

F

(F = filter service indicator), this means the activated charcoal filter is used up (for recirculated air only) and the stainless steel grease filter needs an overhaul.

If you do not wish to do the filter change yet, e.g. if you only cook occasionally:

X X

0

is shown in the fan level indicator.

The filter service indicator remains active and is shown again each time the cooktop with integrated cooktop extractor is switched back on again.

Carrying out a filter change

X X

X tor.

X ted air BIU) (see Cleaning chapter ).

X X

Cleaning chapter).

Resetting the filter service display

If the activated charcoal filter was replaced (only for recirculated air) and the stainless steel grease filter was cleaned, it will be necessary to reset the filter service display.

X X tor.

The fan level indicator displays

X X seconds until a

0

After a few seconds,

F

.

flashes in the fan level indicator.

0

will be displayed permanently.

The filter service display has been reset.

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7.4 Saving energy

X X with integrated cooktop extractor in an energy-efficient manner.

X X meter of the base. Usually the upper diameter of the pot is given. The diameter of the base is often smaller.

X X chamber and the overpressure, pressure cookers save the most time and energy. The short cooking time

X helps preserve vitamins.

X cooker. An empty pot which is still being heated can lead to overheating. The cooking zone and the pot may be damaged by overheating.

X X

X X with the amount of food you are cooking. A big pot that is barely filled requires a lot of energy.

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8 Cleaning and maintenance

X X

X

X

(see Safety chapter).

X

X have been switched off completely and have cooled down prior to the planned cleaning and maintenance work to prevent injury (see the Operation chapter).

Q Q

Regular cleaning ensures the longevity of the product and optimal functioning.

X X 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 stainless steel grease filter

Activated charcoal filter

(only for recirculated air)

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After every time you prepare very greasy foods; at least weekly, when the fan level indicator = 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

Replace after the build-up of odour, when the extraction power has diminished or the fan level indicator shows

Tab. 8.1: Cleaning cycles

8.1 Cleaning agents

F

F

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.

X X pads, or chemically aggressive cleaning agents (e.g. baking oven spray).

X X any sand, soda, acids or chloride.

For air inlet nozzle and grease filter

X X agents.

8.2 Maintaining the cooktop

X X

X X

X X

X X

X X

X X 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.

X X

X

X ating chapter).

X

X cooktop with a glass ceramic scraper.

X X

X X

X

X cloth.

Wipe off the cooktop while wet.

X

When the cooktop is hot:

X X minium film, sugar or foods containing sugar with a glass ceramic scraper from the hot cooking zone to prevent burning them in.

Special soiling

X X mering stains) are best to be removed if the cooktop

X is still warm.

X

X X

Remove dirt residues with the glass ceramic scraper.

X X 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.

8.4 Cleaning the cooktop extractor

The air inlet nozzle and the stainless steel grease filter absorb the greasy components of the kitchen vapour.

Fig. 8.2 Removing the stainless steel grease filter

1

2

3

[1] Stainless steel grease filter

[2] Handle

[3] Suction opening

X X

X

X switched off (see Operating chapter).

X

X cleaning cycles (see Tab. 7.1).

X X soft damp cloth, detergent or a mild window cleaning agent.

X X not scratch!).

8.4.1 Removing the air inlet nozzle and stainless steel grease filter

1

2

X X

X

[2].

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

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.

Fig. 8.1 Removing the air inlet nozzle

[1] Air inlet nozzle

[2] Access opening

Prerequisite: The fan level indicator indicates

0

.

X X

X X

Manual cleaning

X X

X X

X with hot water.

X steel grease filter.

X X grease filter well.

Cleaning in the dishwasher

X X filter with a rinsing program at a maximum of 55 °C.

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8.4.3 Installing stainless steel grease filter and air inlet nozzle

X X

X

[2] (Fig. 7.2)

X tion opening.

X X against the bottom housing base. A lock is not needed and is not provided.

X X

X with your hand (Fig. 7.1).

X the suction opening.

X X

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.

8.5.1 Opening the air guiding housing

X X

X switched off (see Operating chapter).

Wait until the fan display is

0

.

X X

X X

X X

X X

X X

[3] with a mild cleaning agent.

8.5.2 Closing the air guiding housing

1

2

3

4

5

4 1

Fig. 8.3 Opening the air guiding housing

[1] Front locks

[2] Air guiding housing

[3] Housing base

[4] Rear locks

4 3 2 1

Fig. 8.4 Closing the air guiding housing

[1] Air guiding housing

[2] Sealing groove

[3] Hooks

[4] Locking strop

[5] Housing base

X X that the position of the locking straps [4] on the housing base match the position of the hooks [3] on the

X housing.

X air guiding housing [1].

X X

X

(2 front, 2 rear) engage into the hooks [3].

Check that all 4 locking straps [4] have correctly engaged.

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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.

Fig. 8.6 Opening middle lock

[1] Lock, middle

X X

X switched off (see Chapter 6.1).

Wait until the fan display is

0

.

X X

1

1

1

3 2 1

Fig. 8.5 Releasing the activated carbon filter housing lid

[1] Outer locks

[2] Activated carbon filter housing cover

[3] Middle lock

Fig. 8.7 Opening outer locks

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X X way that the directional arrow is pointing to the rear and is visible from below.

X X

X X ter retainer [1] engages.

click

2 1

Fig. 8.8 Removing the activated carbon filter

[1] Activated charcoal filter

[2] Filter bracket

X X

X X

X X

X downwards.

Dispose of used activated charcoal filters with household waste.

Inserting the activated charcoal filter click

2 click

1

1

1

Fig. 8.10 Closing the activated charcoal filter housing lid

[1] Locks

[2] Activated carbon filter housing cover

X X

X moving up upwards.

Press on the activated charcoal filter housing lid until the locks [1] engage.

2

Fig. 8.9 Inserting the activated charcoal filter

[1] Filter bracket

[2] Activated charcoal filter

1

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Troubleshooting

9 Troubleshooting

Observe all safety and warning information (see Safety chapter).

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.

Remedy

Replace the fuse.

Switch the safety cut-out back on.

Call BORA After Sales Service.

Odours and vapours arise when the new cooktop is put into operation.

V

is displayed in the cooking zone indicator.

This is normal on brand-new appliances.

No or unsuitable cooking utensils have been placed on the cooking zone.

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 Device

Description chapter).

Switch off the child safety lock

(see Operating chapter).

L

is displayed in the cooking zone indicator.

A cooking zone or the entire cooktop switches off automatically.

The power setting is automatically shut off prematurely.

E is displayed in the fan level indicator.

One or more sensor buttons are

ER03

is shown across all 4 cooking zone indicators, and the cooktop switches off during operation.

covered, e.g. due to finger contact or by objects placed on them.

The cooling fan continues running after the cooktop has been switched off.

E

is displayed in the cooking zone indicator.

The 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.

F

is displayed in the fan level indicator.

The child safety lock is activated.

The operating time of a cooking zone has been exceeded.

Put the cooking zone back into operation (see Operating chapter).

The overheat protection has tripped.

(see Device Description chapter)

The overheat protection has tripped.

(see Device Description chapter)

The period of use of the filters has been exceeded.

Clean the control panel or remove objects (see Device description chapter).

Wait until the fan switches off automatically.

Interrupt the power supply of the cooktop 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 Customer Services.

Replace the activated charcoal filter

(only with recirculated air) and thoroughly clean the stainless steel grease filter.

In case of heavy soiling, replacing the stainless steel grease filter is also recommended

(see Cleaning/Maintenance chapter).

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Operating situation

The extraction rate of the cooktop extractor has decreased.

Cause

The stainless steel grease filter is heavily soiled.

The activated carbon filter is heavily soiled (only BIU).

There is an object in the air guiding housing (e.g. cleaning cloth).

The fan is defective or a duct connection has loosened.

Remedy

Clean or replace the stainless steel grease filter.

Replace the activated charcoal filter.

Remove the trapped object.

Call BORA After Sales Service.

Tab. 9.1: Resolving a fault

X X

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Decommissioning, disassembly and disposal

10 Decommissioning, disassembly and disposal

Disposal of transport packaging

X X

X

(see Safety chapter).

Follow the enclosed manufacturer's information.

10.1 Decommissioning

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.

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.

Returning the packaging material into the material cycle saves resources and reduces the waste production. Your specialist supplier will take the packaging back.

INFO Disconnecting and connecting the electricity and gas connection may only be carried out by certified experts.

X X

X

(see Operating chapter)

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.

X X or

X X 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.

X X

X X

X X

X X

X X

X X described under 9.3.

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.

X X

X household waste.

X for return and recycling of electronic and electrical parts and other materials.

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11 Warranty, After Sales

Service and spare parts

X X 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

X X 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

X X

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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Nameplate cooktop: Nameplate switch box (optional):

Germany:

BORA Lüftungstechnik GmbH

Rosenheimer Str. 32

83064 Raubling

Germany

T +49 (0) 8035 / 907-240

F +49 (0) 8035 / 907-249 [email protected]

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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 [email protected] www.bora.com

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 [email protected] www.bora.com

+800 7890 0987

Australia – New Zealand:

BORA APAC Pty Ltd

A/ 91-95 Victoria Road

Drummoyne NSW 2047

Australia

T +61 409 / 209016

F +61 297 /124 131 [email protected]

www.boraapac.com.au

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