Installation and Operating Instructions

Installation and Operating Instructions
Installation
and Operating
Instructions
Models:
HO-1
HO-2
HO-6
HO-7
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Parmco Appliances
extended 7 year
warranty
The Warranty:
• This appliance is intended for domestic use in the owners’
home. Use of the appliance for commercial purposes will
limit the warranty period (please see Parmco website for
commercial details).
• Subject to the terms and conditions contained within this
warranty, if the product is not of Acceptable Quality (as
defined in the Consumer Guarantees Act) within 7 years of
the date of original purchase, then Parmco Sales undertakes
to repair or, at it’s sole discretion, replace the product.
• The warranty does not cover the costs of transport, mileage
or travelling time if the product is located beyond 30km of a
recognised Service Agent.
• This warranty is offered as an extra benefit, and does
not affect other legal rights, which can not be modified or
excluded by agreement.
• This warranty only applies to goods supplied and installed in
the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
• The provisions of this warranty are in addition to the rights
and remedies available to consumers under the Consumer
Guarantees Act 1993.
Product
Date of purchase
Serial Number
Dealer / Retailers Name
Please retain this Warranty card together with receipt or other proof of
purchase date when seeking service during the warranty period
Please contact Parmco at 09 573 5678 if your
appliance needs servicing under warranty. Please
have your model number and proof of purchase ready.
Warranty repairs must be authorized by Parmco.
Subject to updates without prior notice, please visit www.parmco.co.nz for
the latest version.
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New Zealand
Owned & Operated
for over 25 Years
The Warranty is not valid:
• If the product is not installed and operated in accordance with the operating
instructions.
• If the product is not installed to comply with the electrical, gas, plumbing
and other Regulations and Codes of Practice in New Zealand.
• If the product is operated on voltages or frequencies outside the normal
range for domestic appliances in New Zealand.
• If the product is not used in normal domestic use, or if it is used in a
business as defined in the Consumer Guarantees Act.
• If any serial number has been removed or defaced.
• If proof of date of purchase is not supplied, except at the sole discretion of
Parmco Sales. Proof of purchase can be for the product itself, or if installed
with a kitchen or house then proof of purchase can be from a Parmco
reseller of products supplied by Parmco.
• If the products are purchased in a second hand condition from other parties
(including but not limited to TradeMe, Sella, etc.)
Liability under this warranty will not be accepted for:
• Wear and tear caused by normal domestic use of the product.
• Damage in transport.
• Damage caused to the product by neglect, abuse, negligence, wilful act or
misuse.
• Any costs associated with the repair, replacement, removal or reinstallation
of products installed in a damaged condition.
• Any defect caused by accident, misuse, neglect, tampering with or
unauthorised modifications of the appliance or any attempt at internal
adjustment or repair by any person other than an Authorised Service Agent.
• Service calls that relate principally to the following:
• Instruction on how to use the product.
• Repair or replacement of house fuses, electrical wiring, gas fitting or
plumbing.
• Normal or scheduled maintenance including blocked filters or ducting.
• Consumable items such as light bulbs.
• Any damage to hobs caused by spills when cooking.
• Any breakage or damage of glass items.
• Any damage caused by non recommended product used for cleaning,
maintaining, lubricating or similar.
• Any aspect relating to the installation of the product, or damage caused
during installation including blocked access for repair.
• Any third party (including reseller) or consequential loss or damage (direct
or indirect) however arising.
E & O.E. 727626032017
Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you and congratulations on purchasing your new Parmco appliance.
All Parmco products are made to the highest quality and design standards. We are
sure you will enjoy your new appliance.
As a note, please read through these instructions carefully. These will assist you
in gaining a complete understanding of the functions and features offered by your
appliance. Please take special note of all detailed technical information and installation
instructions. It is essential that you follow these instructions to ensure the safety
and reliability of this appliance.
Furthermore, not using appropriate personnel to install this appliance may affect any
future warranty claims lodged, so please check with Parmco Appliances before any
installation is carried out.
We hope you enjoy your new appliance. If you would like to find out more about
this product or any other products in Parmco’s extensive range, visit us online at
www.parmco.co.nz.
Regards,
The Parmco Team
Contents
User Instructions
For your safety ..................................................................................................................................... 2
Description of the hob ........................................................................................................................ 4
Instructions for use .............................................................................................................................. 4
Cleaning and maintenance .................................................................................................................. 6
Installation Instructions
Technical data....................................................................................................................................... 8
Instructions for the installation technician .......................................................................................... 9
Electrical connection .......................................................................................................................... 11
Adapting to the different types of gas ............................................................................................... 12
Building into fitted kitchen units ........................................................................................................ 13
Installation options.............................................................................................................................14
Guide to reading the instructions
The following symbols will help you
When reading the instructions:
Safety information
“Step by step” instructions
Suggestions and Advice
Information concerning environmental protection
This appliance complies with the following EEC Directives:
- 73/23 and 90/683 (relating to Low Voltage);
- 89/336 (relating to Electromagnetic Compatibility);
- 90/396 (relating to Gas Appliances);
- 93/68 (relating to the General Standards);
and subsequent amendments.
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For Your Safety
This manual includes important safety instructions. We recommend to read this manual carefully
before installing and using the appliance. Keep this manual for future reference. If the appliance is
moved, make sure the manual is handed over to the new user.
Installation
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Prior to installation, ensure that the local distribution conditions (nature of the gas and gas
pressure) are compatible with the adjustment of the appliance.
This appliance is not connected to a combustion products evacuation device. It shall be installed
and connected in accordance with current installation regulations, with particular attention to
the relevant ventilation requirements.
Installation of the appliance and its connection to the electrical mains must only be carried out by
a QUALIFIED PERSONNEL. Before any procedure, it is important to check that the appliance is
DISCONNECTED from the electrical mains.
Do not attempt to modify the characteristics of this product to avoid personal injuries, damages
or void the warranty.
After removing the appliance from the packaging, make sure that it is undamaged and that the
electrical lead is in perfect condition. Otherwise, contact your dealer before putting the appliance
into operation.
The Manufacturer declines all responsibility in the case of failure to comply with accident
prevention regulations.
Make sure that air is able to circulate freely around the appliance. Poor ventilation results in a
shortage of oxygen.
Make sure that the appliance is supplied with the type of gas indicated on the data plate on the
appliance.
The adjustment conditions for this appliance are stated on the data plate.
Use of a gas cooking appliance produces heat and moisture in the room in which it is installed.
Ensure that the room is well ventilated by keeping the air intakes open and in good working order
or by installing an extractor hood with a discharge pipe.
If the appliance is used intensively for a long period of time, the effectiveness of the ventilation
will have to be increased, for example, by opening a window or increasing the power of any
electric extractor fan.
During use
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This product is designed to cook foods inside domestic homes and for non-professional purposes.
It should not be used for any other purpose.
After using the appliance, make sure that all controls are in the “CLOSED” or “OFF” position.
If you use an electrical socket close to this appliance, take care that the cables of the appliances
you are using are far away from the hot parts of this appliance.
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Children’s safety
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This appliance must only be used by adults. Make sure that children do not touch the controls or
play with the appliance.
The exposed parts of this appliance heat up during cooking and remain hot for some time even
after it is switched off. Keep children well away until the appliance has cooled down.
Cleaning and maintenance
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Keep the appliance thoroughly cleaned. Food residues may cause fire risks.
Service and parts
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If malfunctions occur do not attempt to repair the appliance yourself. First refer to the
troubleshooting section of this manual. If you do not find the necessary information, contact a
service agent or the Parmco's Service Department. Servicing work on this appliance must be
carried out by a qualified technician only. Always request the use of original spare parts.
Environmental protection advice
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All the materials used are environmentally compatible and recyclable. Please make your
contribution to conserving the environment by using the separate waste collection channels
available.
Decommissioned appliances
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Appliances which are no longer used or usable are not worthless waste. Through environmentally
friendly disposal, a number of materials used in the production of your appliance can be
recovered.
Find out about the current disposal options from your local city council.
Before scrapping the appliances, cut the power supply lead and make it unusable.
When installing a rangehood above a gas appliance, all relevant New Zealand building,
installation and regulation standards must be adhered to.
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Description of the hob
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Hob
Auxiliary burner
Semi-rapid burner
Rapid burner
Triple flame burner (Wok)
Burner control knobs
Hot plate
Indicator light
Instructions for use
The hob control knobs
The symbols on the control knobs mean the following:
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no gas flow
maximum gas flow
minimum gas flow
All operating positions must be set between the
maximum and minimum flow settings, and never
between the maximum setting and the closed
position.
(Symbol present on versions with lighting
integrated in the control knob)
A – Burner cap
B – Lighting plug
C – Thermocouple
D – Triple flame cap
Dual triple flame version
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no gas flow
maximum gas flow from central burner
minimum gas flow from central burner
maximum gas flow from outer and central burners simultaneously
0
minimum gas flow from outer and central burners simultaneously
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Lighting the burners
To obtain a flame more easily, light the burner before placing a cooking utensil on the pan
stand.
To light a burner, proceed as follow: for versions with lighting integrated in the control knob:
push the knob of the burner fully down and turn it anti-clockwise to the “maximum flow”
setting symbol, or press the button if the appliance has individual lighting.
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After lighting the flame, keep the knob pressed for about 10 seconds: this time is necessary
to heat up the “thermocouple” (Fig.1-C) and activate the safety valve, which would
otherwise cut off the gas flow.
Then check the flame is even and turn the control knob to adjust the it if required.
In the instance of a power cut, place a flame near the burner and proceed as described
above. If the flame does not light after a few attempts, check that the “burner cap” and
“flame cap” are correctly positioned.
To turn off the flame, turn the control knob clockwise to the ● symbol.
Before removing pans from the burners, always lower or turn off the flame.
For correct use of the hob
For lower gas consumption and better efficiency: Use only pans that are stable and fit for use on the
burners, with dimensions as shown in the table below. It is recommended to use a wok trivet when
using the wok burner (triple flame) to ensure there is sufficient oxygen to the flame. Failing to do so
may cause damage to burner components. In addition, as soon as liquid comes to the boil, take care
to turn the flame down to a level that will just keep it boiling.
Burner
Large (rapid)
Medium (semi-rapid)
Small (auxiliary)
Triple flame
Minimum diameter
180mm
120mm
100mm
220mm
Maximum diameter
220mm
200mm
160mm
260mm
During cooking processes involving fats or oils, watch your foods carefully as these
substances may catch on fire if brought to high temperatures.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Before each operation, disconnect the appliance from the electrical mains and allow it to cool down.
General cleaning
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Wash enameled parts with lukewarm water and detergent: do not use abrasive products that
might damage them.
Wash the flame caps and burner caps often with boiling water and detergent, taking care to
remove all deposits.
The hob pan stands can be washed in a dishwasher.
For stubborn dirt, use ordinary non-abrasive detergents or specific commercial products. We
strongly advise you not to use scouring pads, steel wool or acids for cleaning.
Hob
Clean the hob regularly with a soft cloth wet with lukewarm water and a little liquid detergent. Do
not use the following products:
 household detergents or bleaches
 soaped scouring pads not suitable for non-stick utensils
 steel wool scouring pads
 stain removers for baths or sinks
If the hob gets very dirty, use specific commercial products.
Ignition plug
Automatic burner ignition is provided (when installed) by a ceramic “plug” and a metal electrode (B
in fig.1 on page 4). Periodically clean these parts of the hob thoroughly.
Furthermore, to avoid ignition difficulties, check that the cavities
in the burner are not obstructed.
To remove deposits from the burner cavities, remove the cap and
separate the two parts (see diagram on the right). After cleaning,
put the two parts back together and return them correctly to
their position. After washing, replace the hob pan stands,
checking that they are correctly positioned.
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Routine maintenance
Have the condition and efficiency of the gas pipe as well as the pressure regulator (if installed)
checked periodically. If anomalies are found, do not repair and have the faulty part replaced.
To ensure good performance and safety, the gas regulator taps must be greased periodically.
Periodic lubrication of the taps or malfunctions of the appliance must only be carried out by
qualified personnel.
Service and parts
Before leaving the factory, this appliance was tested and adjusted by specialist skilled staff to give the
best operating results. Any subsequent necessary repairs or adjustments must be carried out with
the greatest care and attention.
For this reason, we strongly advise you always to contact the Dealer who sold you the appliance or
Parmco Service Department, specifying the nature of the problem, the model of the equipment
(Mod.), the product number (Prod. No.), and the serial number (Ser. No.). These data are provided in
the plate on the cover of this manual. Always request the use of original spare parts.
Warranty conditions
You new appliance is covered by a warranty. The warranty conditions are provided in full in the
warranty page at the back of this manual. Keep the receipt or delivery note, both of which
documents your purchase of the appliance and provides proof of date of purchase, in a safe place
together with the manual.
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Technical data
Model: HO-1, HO-2, HO-7
General Product LPG (G30/G31) 2.75kPa
Natural Gas (G20) 2kPa
No. of burners x Injector size
Product Code
HO-1-2S-2G
HO-1-6W-3GW
HO-1-6S-3GW
HO-2-75S-4GW
HO-2-6S-4G
HO-2-9S-4GW
HO-7-6G-3GW
HO-7-9G-4GW
Auxiliary
1 x 0.72
1 x 0.72
1 x 0.72
1 x 0.72
1 x 0.72
1 x 0.72
1 x 0.72
1 x 0.72
Semi-Rapid
0
2 x 0.97
2 x 0.97
2 x 0.97
2 x 0.97
2 x 0.97
2 x 0.97
2 x 0.97
Rapid
1 x 1.15
0
0
1 x 1.15
1 x 1.15
1 x 1.15
0
1 x 1.15
Wok
0
1 x 1.35
1 x 1.35
1 x 1.35
0
1 x 1.35
1 x 1.35
1 x 1.35
HO-1-2S-2G
HO-1-6W-3GW
HO-1-6S-3GW
HO-2-75S-4GW
HO-2-6S-4G
HO-2-9S-4GW
HO-7-6G-3GW
HO-7-9G-4GW
Nominal Gas consumption per burner
3.6 MJ/h
6.3 MJ/h
10.8 MJ/h
No. of burners x Injector size
Product Code
Auxiliary
1 x 0.50
1 x 0.50
1 x 0.50
1 x 0.50
1 x 0.50
1 x 0.50
1 x 0.50
1 x 0.50
Semi-Rapid
0
2 x 0.65
2 x 0.65
2 x 0.65
2 x 0.65
2 x 0.65
2 x 0.65
2 x 0.65
Rapid
1 x 0.85
0
0
1 x 0.85
1 x 0.85
1 x 0.85
0
1 x 0.85
Wok
0
1 x 0.98
1 x 0.98
1 x 0.98
0
1 x 0.98
1 x 0.98
1 x 0.98
Nominal Gas consumption per burner
13.7
MJ/h
3.6 MJ/h
6.3 MJ/h
13.7
MJ/h
10.44 MJ/h
Model: HO-6
Natural Gas (G20) 2kPa
General Product LPG (G30/G31) 2.75kPa
No. of burners x Injector size
Product Code
Auxiliary
Semi-Rapid
Rapid
HO-6-6S-3GW
1 x 0.72
2 x 0.97
0
HO-6-77S-4GW
1 x 0.72
2 x 0.97
1 x 1.23
HO-6-9S-4GW
1 x 0.72
2 x 0.97
1 x 1.23
Wok
(1 burner)
4 x 0.71
1 x 0.80
(1 burner)
4 x 0.71
1 x 0.80
(1 burner)
4 x 0.71
1 x 0.80
Nominal Gas consumption per burner
3.6 MJ/h
Gas input connection
Electricity supply
Appliance type
Appliance class
7.2 MJ/h
10.8 MJ/h
No. of burners x Injector size
Product Code
16.2 MJ/h
Auxiliary
Semi-Rapid
Rapid
HO-6-6S-3GW
1 x 0.50
2 x 0.65
0
Wok
(1 burner)
5 x 0.5
HO-6-77S-4GW
1 x 0.50
2 x 0.65
1 x 0.80
(1 burner)
5 x 0.5
HO-6-9S-4GW
1 x 0.50
2 x 0.65
1 x 0.80
(1 burner)
5 x 0.5
Nominal Gas consumption per burner
3.6 MJ/h
6.12 MJ/h
9.0 MJ/h
16.2 MJ/h
½” BSP
AC 220-240v 50/60Hz
A1
class 3 (build in)
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Installation Instructions
Dear Installer:
Please affix data label provided on the adjacent cupboard
near the appliance for future reference. Thank you.
CAUTION: This appliance must only be installed and used in rooms with permanent
ventilation to local standards.
Installation of the appliance and its connection to the electrical mains must only be carried out by
QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
Before any procedure, it is important to check that the appliance is disconnected from the power
supply. The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any damage arising from installation in breach
of the regulations in force or from failure to comply with accident prevention regulations.
Installation premises
For the proper operation of this gas appliance, the air necessary for the
combustion of the gas must be able to flow into the room naturally. The air
must flow into the room directly through openings in the outside walls.
These openings must have an unobstructed cross-section not less than
2m3/h for each kW of power (see total power in kW on the appliance
nameplate).
This opening must be constructed so that it will not be obstructed from the
inside or outside; and placed close to the floor, preferably on the side
opposite to that on which the flue gases are discharged. If it is not feasible
to provide these openings in the room where the appliance is installed, the
necessary air may be taken from an adjacent room, provided that:
·this room is not a bedroom or a hazardous environment,
·this room is not in a vacuum,
·the ventilation between the room where the appliance is installed and the
adjacent room is guaranteed by permanent openings.
Note that the minimum height from the hob to the kitchen cabinet is
850mm.
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Discharge of flue gases
Gas cooking appliances must discharge their flue gases through hoods connected directly to flues or
the outdoors. If it is not possible to install the hood (fig. B), an electric fan must be installed on the
outside wall or the window of the room, provided it is possible for the ventilation opening to be
increased in proportion to the delivery rate of the fan (fig. C). For a kitchen, the delivery rate of this
electric fan must guarantee an hourly air exchange of 3-5 times its volume. In both instances, the use
of flues already used by other appliances to discharge the flue gases is forbidden.
Please note that the minimum height between the hob and the ventilation system is 650mm.
Connection to the gas supply
The gas connection must be made in accordance with the local standards.
When installing, fit a safety tap at the end of the pipeline. The appliance
leaves the factory tested and set for the type of gas indicated on the plate
inside the bottom guard, close to the gas connection pipe. Make sure that the
type of gas to be supplied to the appliance is the same as that shown on the
plate. Otherwise, follow the instructions provided in the “Adapting to different
types of gas” section.
For maximum efficiency and minimum consumption, make sure that the gas
supply pressure complies with the values shown on the appliance. A suitable
pressure regulator must be installed on the supply pipeline. The union must
be fitted on the end of the gas train. Complete with GJ½” threaded nut, fit the
gasket between the components as shown in the illustration. The gaskets
must comply with the local standards. Screw the parts together without
forcing it, fit the union so that it points in the direction required, then tighten
all parts.
Connection
Make sure the connection to the gas system is using a rigid metal pipe and regulation unions, or with
a stainless steel hose complying with the local standard. If metal hoses are used, take care that they
do not come into contact with mobile parts and are not crushed. This must also be checked if the
hob is to be combined with an oven.
The gas intake connection of the appliance has a “male thread”.
When making the connection, take care not to apply stresses of any kind to the appliance.
When the installation is complete, always check that all the unions are absolutely tight
using a soapy solution. Never use a flame to make this check.
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Electrical connection
The appliance is designed to operate with a power supply voltage of 220-240 V single-phase. The
connection must be made in accordance with the regulations and laws in force.
Before making the connection, make sure that:
1) The safety circuit-breaker and the electrical system are able to withstand the load of the
appliance (see nameplate).
2) The power supply system has an earth connection in good working order in accordance with the
regulations in force;
3) The socket and switch used are easily accessible with the appliance installed.
Fit a plug suitable for the load on the power lead and connect it to a suitable safety socket.
If you wish to make a direct connection to the mains, an omnipolar switch
must be installed between the appliance and the mains: with at least
3mm between the contacts of suitable rating for the load while complying
with the regulations in force. The switch must not break contact in the
yellow/green earth wire. The brown live wire (connected to the “L”
terminal of the terminal board) must always be connected to the live wire
of the power supply mains.
In all cases, the power supply lead must be positioned so that it does not
reach a temperature of 50oC above the room temperature at any point.
One example of an ideal route is shown in the illustration. The cable is
guided by means of band clamps fixed to the side of the cabinet, in order
to avoid any contact with the appliance underneath the hob.
Replacing the power supply lead
If the lead has to be replaced, only HO5RR-F or HO5RN-F type cables
suitable for the load and the operating temperature must be used. In
addition, the yellow/green earth wire must be about 20mm longer than
the live and neutral wires.
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Adapting to the different types of gas
Changing the nozzles
1. Remove the pan stands.
2. Remove the burner caps and flame caps from the burners.
3. Use a size 7 socket wrench to unscrew and remove the nozzles, replacing them
with those corresponding to the type of gas to be used (see “Technical data”).
4. Reassemble the parts, reversing the operations described above.
5. Then replace the setting data (close to the mains gas connection) with the one
for the new type of gas. If the pressure of the gas used is different from that
specified (or variable), a suitable piped gas pressure regulator complying with
the standard must be installed on the supply pipeline.
Setting the minimum level
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2.
3.
4.
Light the burner as already described.
Turn the tap to the minimum flame position.
Remove the control knobs.
LPG to NG:
Use a thin blade screwdriver to turn the by-pass screw located in the centre of the
gas valve shaft, as shown on the image. Gently turn the by-pass screw clockwise to
the end, then turn it anti-clockwise – 1/2 turn for the triple flame burner, 3/4 turn
for the large rapid burner, also 1/2 turn for the medium semi-rapid burner, and 3/8 turn for the
auxiliary burner.
NG to LPG:
Use a thin blade screwdriver to turn the by-pass screw located in the centre of the gas valve shaft
as shown on the image. Gently turn the by-pass screw clockwise to the end.
5. Finally, check that the burner does not go out when the tap is turned quickly from the maximum
to the minimum position.
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Building into fitted kitchen units
These hobs are designed for installation in fitted kitchen units up to 600mm deep with suitable
characteristics.
Please refer to the New Zealand Gas standards for minimum clearances of the installation of gas
appliances.
The dimensions of the hob and the installation opening are shown in the illustration.
Insertions and fixing
Before inserting the hob in the installation opening, place the
special gasket around the bottom edge of the hob.
It is important to fix this gasket evenly without gaps or
overlapping, in order to prevent liquid from seeping
underneath the hob.
1) Remove the pan stands and burners caps, and turn the
hob upside down, taking care not to damage the ignition
plugs and the thermocouples.
2) Place the gasket around the bottom edge of the hob as
shown in the illustration on the right.
3) Place the hob in the installation opening and push it down
so that the hob is resting firmly on the cabinet, as show in
the illustration. The side springs will hold it in place.
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Installation options
On base cabinet with door
When constructing the cabinet, suitable precautions must be taken to prevent
contact with the casing of the hob, which becomes very hot during operation.
The recommended method for overcoming this problem is illustrated on the
right.
The panel underneath the hob must be easily removable to allow the hob to be
locked in position and released in case of servicing work.
On base cabinet with oven
Two possible methods for avoiding overheating are illustrated on the right.
The electrical connections of the hob and oven must
be made separately both for electrical reasons and for
simplifying the removal of the oven through the front
of the cabinet.
The distance must be at least 650mm between the gas
hob and the ventilation system, and must be at least
850mm between the gas hob and the kitchen cabinet.
When installing a rangehood above a gas appliance, all relevant New Zealand building,
installation and regulation standards must be adhered to.
Cutout Dimensions
Model
Dimensions (w x h) mm
HO-1-2S-2G
285x485
HO-1-6S-3GW
555x475
HO-1-6W-3GW
555x475
HO-2-6S-4G
560x495
HO-2-75S-4GW
735x495
HO-2-9S-4GW
735x495
HO-6-6S-3GW
560x495
HO-6-77S-4GW
735x495
HO-6-9S-4GW
735x495
HO-7-6G-3GW
565x495
HO-7-9G-4GW
735x495
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