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Tricity Bendix CC500/1 User's Manual
User Manual
Gas Cooker
CC500/1
NORMAL
RAPID
GRILL
OVEN
SIMMER
NORMAL
Important safety information
These warnings are provided in the interests
of your safety. Ensure that you understand
them all before installing or using the
appliance. Your safety is of paramount
importance. If you are unsure about any of
the information in this book contact the
Customer Care Department.
Installation
The appliance must be installed according to
the instructions supplied. The installation
work must be undertaken by a competent
person as stated in the Gas Safety
(Installation & Use) Regulations current
editions and the IEE Wiring Regulations.
The appliance should be serviced by an
authorised Service Engineer and only
genuine approved spare parts should be
used.
It is important that the appliance is suitable
for your gas supply. Your installer should
check the rating plate.
Make sure that a stability bracket is fitted.
The appliance must be installed in an
adequately ventilated room.
If the appliance is to be placed on a base,
measures must be taken to prevent the
appliance from slipping from the base.
This appliance is heavy and care must be
taken when moving it.
Do not attempt to lift or move this appliance
by the handles.
All packaging, both inside and outside the
appliance must be removed before the
appliance is used.
It is dangerous to alter the specifications or
modify the appliance in any way.
After installation please dispose of the
packaging with due regard for safety and the
environment. Your local authority can
arrange this.
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Child safety
Do not allow children to play with any part of
the packaging.
Do not allow children to sit or climb on the
drop down doors.
This appliance is not intended for use by
children and other persons whose physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge prevents them
from using the appliance safely without
supervision or instruction by a responsible
person to ensure that they can use the
appliance safely.
Children should be supervised to ensure that
they do not play with the appliance.
CAUTION: Accessible parts may be hot
when the grill is in use. Young children
should be kept away.
During use
This appliance is not intended to be
operated by means of an external timer or
separate remote control system.
This appliance has been designed for
domestic use to cook edible foodstuffs only
and must not be used for any other
purposes.
Take great care when heating fats and oils
as they will ignite if they become too hot.
When you are lighting any burner check that
it is lit before you leave the appliance. When
turning off a burner, do not leave the
appliance until the flame has gone out.
Never place plastic or any other material that
may melt in or on the oven.
Always use oven gloves to remove and
place food in the oven.
Ensure cooking utensils are large enough to
contain foods to prevent spillages and boil
overs.
During use the appliance becomes hot. Care
should be taken to avoid touching the
heating elements inside the oven.
Ensure that all vents are not obstructed to
ensure ventilation of the oven cavity.
Never line any part of the appliance with foil.
Always stand back from the appliance when
opening the oven door to allow any build up
of steam or heat to release.
Never leave the appliance unattended
when the oven doors are open.
Do not place sealed cans or aerosols inside
the oven. They may explode if they are
heated.
Ensure that all control knobs are in the OFF
position when not in use.
Do not stand on the appliance or on the
open oven doors.
Do not hang towels, dishcloths or clothes
from the appliance or its handles.
Do not use this appliance if it is in contact
with water. Never operate it with wet hands.
At the end of the appliance’s
life
The symbol
on the product or on its
packaging indicates that this product may
not be treated as household waste. Instead
it shall be handed over to the applicable
collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic equipment. By ensuring this
product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for
the environment and human health, which
could otherwise be caused by inappropriate
waste handling of this product. For more
detailed information about recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or
the shop where you purchased the product.
Cleaning and maintenance
For hygiene and safety reasons this
appliance should be kept clean at all
times. A build-up of fats or other
foodstuffs could result in a fire especially
in the grill pan.
Do not leave cookware containing
foodstuffs, e.g. fat or oil in the appliance in
case it is inadvertently switched on.
Do not disconnect the appliance from the
gas supply if the supply pipe does not have
a bayonet connection as described in the
installation section. If this is the case contact
the person who installed the appliance.
Always allow the appliance to cool before
switching off at the wall prior to carrying out
any cleaning/maintenance work.
Only clean this appliance in accordance with
the instructions given in this book.
Never use steam or high pressure steam
cleaners to clean the appliance.
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Contents
For the user
Important safety information
Description of the appliance
Getting to know your appliance
Before using the appliance
Rating plate
Preparing to use your appliance
Condensation and steam
Cookware
Grill and oven furniture
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The hob
Using the hob
To light the hob burners
To turn off any burner
Things to note
Hints & tips
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The grill
Using the grill
Things to note
The grill pan and handle
Hints & tips
Grilling chart
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The main oven
Heat zones
Preheating
To fit the main oven shelves
Using the main oven
Storage
Hints & tip
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Cooking chart
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Roasting chart
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Slowcook
Using slowcook
Food preparation
General points
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Care and cleaning
Cleaning materials
Cleaning the outside of the appliance
Cleaning the control knobs
and handles
Cleaning the hob
When replacing hotplate burner parts
Cleaning the shelves and grill/oven
furniture
Cleaning the grill
Cleaning inside the oven(s)
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Something not working
Service and spare parts
Guarantee conditions
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For the installer
Technical details
Important safety requirements
Provision for ventilation
Moving your appliance
For your safety
Location of appliance
Levelling the appliance
Grill assembly
Connecting to gas supply
Fitting the stability bracket
The battery
Testing
General note
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To help you the following symbols will be
found in the text.
Hints and Tips
Safety Instructions
Please read the instruction book carefully
before use and retain for future reference.
Description of the appliance
Gas high level grill with single oven
Grill
NORMAL
RAPID
GRILL
OVEN
SIMMER
NORMAL
Control Panel
Main Oven
Country Cottage
Storage Compartment
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Getting to know your appliance
The control panel
D
C
S
7 8 9
B
12 3
E
Features
A - Hotplate controls
B - Grill control
C - Main oven temperature control
D - Hotplate controls
E - Ignition switch
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A
Before using the appliance
Rating plate
This is situated on the lower front frame of
the appliance and can be seen upon
opening the door. Alternatively the rating
plate may also be found on the back or top
of some models (where applicable).
The appliance must be protected by a
suitably rated fuse or circuit breaker. The
rating of the appliance is given on the rating
plate.
Do not remove the rating plate from the
appliance as this may invalidate the
guarantee.
Preparing to use your
appliance
Wipe over the base of the oven(s) with a soft
cloth and hot soapy water and wash the
furniture before use. We suggest that you
run the oven(s) and grill for 10 – 15 minutes
at maximum temperature, to burn off any
residue from their surfaces. Accessible parts
may become hotter than in normal use.
Children should be kept away. During this
period an odour may be emitted, it is
therefore advisable to open a window for
ventilation.
For your safety wall coverings at the rear of
the appliance should be securely fixed to the
wall.
Cookware
Main oven - Do not use baking trays larger
than 30cm x 30cm (12” x 12”) as they will
restrict the circulation of heat and may affect
performance.
Grill and oven furniture
The following items of grill and oven furniture
have been supplied with the appliance.
1 grill pan
1 grill pan handle
Condensation and steam
When food is heated it produces steam
similar to a boiling kettle. The vents allow
some of this steam to escape. However,
always stand back from the appliance when
opening the door(s) to allow any build up of
steam or heat to release.
If the steam comes into contact with a cool
surface on the outside of the appliance, e.g.
a trim, it will condense and produce water
droplets. This is quite normal and is not
caused by a fault on the appliance.
To prevent discolouration, regularly wipe
away condensation and also soilage from
surfaces.
1 grill pan grid
2 straight shelves
for oven cooking
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The hob
Using the hob
The gas hob has different burner sizes to
suit different types of cooking:
To ensure maximum burner efficiency only
use pots and pans with flat bases
appropriate to the burner size used.
Larger burner (Rapid) - use a large pan for
food such as chips.
Medium burners (Normal) - use for everyday
cooking.
Small burner (Simmer) - use for simmering
foods such as soups and stews.
The largest pan which you should use on
any burner is 230mm (9"). The base of the
smallest pan should not measure less than
100mm (4").
Ensure the pan supports are
correctly fitted before using the
hob.
To light the hob burners
The hob ignition works by means of a
battery.
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Push in and turn the control knob to the
left to the highest setting. This is shown
by a large flame symbol. Press the
ignition button immediately.
When the burner has lit release the
control and ignition button, adjust the
setting as required.
Warning: If the ignition button is
not pressed immediately a build
up of gas may cause the flame to
spread.
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To turn off any burner
1.
Turn the control knob to the off position.
This is shown by a large dot.
When lighting any burner, ensure
that it is lit before you leave the
appliance.
When turning off a burner, ensure
the flame has gone out before
leaving the appliance.
In the event of the burner flames
being accidentally extinguished,
turn off the burner control and do
not attempt to re-ignite the burner
for at least 1 min.
Things to note
If you are having any difficulty lighting a hob
burner turn all the hob controls off and make
sure the burner parts have been replaced
correctly.
Hints and tips
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Do not overfill pans or they will boil
over.
•
Do not use pans with very heavy
handles which cause the pan to tip.
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Do not leave accidental spillage on
the hob or removable parts. The
spillage should be wiped up and the
parts washed and carefully dried as
soon as the hob, pan supports and
burner parts are cool enough to touch.
A flat based Wok will stand stable on
the pan supports. If you use a round
Wok with a collar support, the collar
must be the open wirework type
otherwise the performance of the
burner will be affected.
Take care to avoid burns and
scalds when reaching across
the hotplate.
Take extra care when deep fat
frying, do not cover the pan with
a lid. Do not leave a pan
unattended. If the pan catches
fire, leave it where it is and turn
off all controls. Place a damp
cloth or a fitting lid over the pan
to smother the flames. Never
put water on the fire. Leave to
cool for 30 minutes.
Place pans on the centre of the
burners.
Position pans so the handles
cannot be accidentally knocked or
overhang the appliance.
Lift pans on and off the pan
supports.
Do not slide them across the hob.
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The grill
CAUTION – Accessible parts may
be hot when the grill is in use.
Young children should be kept
away.
When you first operate the grill you may hear
some sounds as the burner heats up, this is
quite normal and is not a fault on the
appliance.
Using the grill
• Push in the control knob and turn to the
large flame symbol (highest setting).
Press the ignition button immediately.
• When the burner has lit release the
control and ignition button, adjust the
setting as required.
Things to note
•
Some smoke from fat splashes may be
evident as the grill cleans itself.
Never cover the grill pan or grid
with foil as this can lead to grill
fires.
The grill pan and handle
The grill pan requires assembly before use
(see Fig. 1).
Ensure the handle is correctly
located.
Place the grill pan on the shelf so that the
pan is positioned centrally beneath the grill.
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Hints and tips
• Most foods should be placed on the grid
in the grill pan to allow maximum
circulation of air to lift the food out of the
fats and juices.
• Adjust the grid to allow for different
thicknesses of food.
• Food should be thoroughly dried before
grilling to minimise splashing. Brush
lean meats and fish lightly with a little oil
or melted butter to keep them moist
during cooking.
• Accompaniments such as tomatoes and
mushrooms may be placed underneath
the grid when grilling meats.
• When toasting bread, use the grid in the
high position.
• Preheat the grill on a full setting for a few
minutes before sealing steaks or
toasting. Adjust the heat setting as
necessary during cooking.
• The food should be turned over during
cooking as required.
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Grilling chart
Food
Bacon Rashers
Beefburgers
Position
Grill time
(mins in total)
Adjust
5-6
grill
10 - 15
Chicken Joints
30 - 40
setting
Chops – Lamb
Pork
and
15 - 20
20 - 30
Fish – Whole
Trout/Mackerel
grill
15 - 25
Fillets - Plaice/Cod
pan
10 - 15
Kebabs
grid
20 - 30
Kidneys – Lamb/Pig
to
8 - 12
Liver –
suit
10 - 20
different
20 - 30
Steaks – Rare
Medium
Well Done
thicknesses
of
6 - 12
12 - 16
14 - 20
Toasted Sandwiches
food
3-4
Lamb/Pig
Sausages
The times quoted above are given as a guide and should be adjusted to suit personal taste.
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The main oven
There are zones of heat within the oven. The
temperature in the middle is the gas mark
you have chosen. The top of the oven is
slightly hotter and the lower shelf slightly
cooler. The base of the oven is quite a lot
cooler. You can make use of these heat
zones when you are cooking foods requiring
different temperatures all at the same time.
If you are cooking more than one tray of
similar items, for example cakes or biscuits,
swap the trays during cooking or you can
remove the top tray when the food is cooked
and move the lower tray to the higher shelf
to finish cooking.
Preheating
When you need to preheat the oven, we
recommend you do so for 20 minutes.
Using the main oven
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Open the oven door.
•
Push in the control knob and turn it to
gas mark 9. Press the ignition button
immediately.
•
When the burner has lit release the
button. There will only be small flames
at first.
•
Turn the control knob to the required
gas mark.
•
Wait until the oven burner is showing
large flames.
•
Close the oven door.
•
To turn the oven off, push in the control
knob and turn to the off position. This is
shown by a large dot.
For recipes needing high temperatures, e.g.
bread, pastries, scones, soufflés etc., best
results are achieved if the oven is preheated
first. For best results when cooking frozen or
cooked chilled ready meals always preheat
the oven first.
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To fit the main oven shelves
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1
The shelves should be fitted with the straight
rods uppermost on the frame and the forms
towards the back of the oven. If not fitted
correctly the anti-tilt and safety stop
mechanism will be affected.
2
Heat zones
3 4 5
Storage
The compartment below the oven is useful
for storing baking trays, cake tins and so on.
Do not store anything in this compartment
which may catch fire.
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Hints and tips
Arrange the shelves in the required
positions before switching the oven on.
Shelf positions are numbered from the
top downwards.
Ensure that food is placed centrally on
the shelf and there is sufficient room
around the baking tray/dish to allow for
maximum circulation.
Do not push dishes too far back as food
will burn if it overhangs the burner flame.
Stand dishes on a suitably sized baking
tray on the shelf to prevent spillage onto
the oven base and to help reduce
cleaning.
The material and finish of the baking tray
and dishes used affect base browning.
Enamelware, dark, heavy or non-stick
utensils increase base browning. Shiny
aluminium or polished steel trays reflect
the heat away and give less base
browning.
When cooking more than one dish in the
oven, place dishes centrally on different
shelves rather than cluster several
dishes on one shelf, this will allow the
heat to circulate freely for the best
cooking results.
If you are cooking more than one tray of
similar items, for example cakes or
biscuits, swap the trays during cooking
or you can remove the top tray when the
food is cooked and move the lower tray
to the higher shelf to finish cooking.
Do not place baking trays directly on the
oven base as it interferes with the oven
air circulation and can lead to base
burning; use the lower shelf position.
Do not place cookware and cooking
pots with rough bases e.g. cast iron
on the oven door as damage to the
glass may occur.
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Cooking chart
The oven temperatures are intended as a guide only. It may be necessary to increase or decrease
the temperatures to suit individual preferences and requirements.
Food
Biscuits
Bread
Bread rolls/buns
Cakes: Small & Queen
Sponges
Victoria Sandwich (7”)
Madeira (7)”
Rich Fruit (8)”
Christmas (8)”
Gingerbread
Meringues
Flapjack
Shortbread
Casseroles:
Beef/Lamb
Chicken
Convenience Foods
Fish
Fish Pie (Potato Topped)
Fruit Pies, Crumbles
Milk Puddings
Pasta/Lasagne etc.
Pastry:
Choux
Eclairs, Profiteroles
Flaky/Puff Pies
Shortcrust
Mince Pies
Meat Pies
Quiche,Tarts, Flans
Roasting Meat, Poultry
Scones
Shepherd’s Pie
Soufflés
Vegetables: Baked Jacket Potatoes
Roast Potatoes
Yorkshire Pudding:
Large
Individual
Shelf Position
Gas Mark
1+3
3
2
1+3
2+4
2+4
4
3
3
5
8*
8*
5
4
4
4
2
2
3
3
3
3
2
1
5
3
4
4
2
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
1+3
2
2
4
1+3
3
3
2
2
1
1
Approx
Cook Time (min)
10 - 20
30 - 40
10 - 20
15 - 25
18 - 20
20 - 30
1 - 1¼
2½h - 2¾
4 - 5h
depends on size
1¼ - 1½h
2½ - 3h
25 - 30
45 - 65
3
2½ - 3h
4
1¼ - 1½h
Follow manufacturer’s instructions
4
20 - 30
6
20 - 25
6
40 - 50
2
1½ - 2h
5
30 - 40
6
30 - 35
5
20 - 30
6
25 - 40
5
15 - 20
7
25 - 35
5
25 - 45
5
see roasting chart
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8 - 12
7
30 - 40
5
20 - 30
5
1½h - 2h
6
1 - 1½h
7
25 - 40
7
15 - 25
*When baking bread cook for 10 minutes at gas mark 8 then reduce to mark 6 for the remaining cook
time.
Note: Shelf positions are counted from the top of the oven downwards.
To help pastry dishes brown on the underside cook on a metal plate or place on a baking tray.
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Roasting chart
INTERNAL TEMPERATURES –
Rare : 50-60°C; Medium : 60-70°C; Well done : 70-80°C
MEAT
GAS MARK
COOKING TIME
25-35 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 20-35 minutes over
Beef/ Beef boned
5
Mutton/Lamb
5
25-35 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 25-35 minutes over
Pork/Veal/Ham
5
30-40 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 30-40 minutes over
Chicken
5
20-25 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 20 minutes over
Turkey/Goose
5
20-25 minutes per ½kg (1lb) up to
3½kg (7lb) then 10 minutes per
½kg (1lb) over 3½kg (7lb)
Duck
5
25-35 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 25-30 minutes over
Pheasant
5
35-40 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 35-40 minutes over
Rabbit
5
20 minutes per ½kg (1lb)
and 20 minutes over
The roasting temperatures and times given in the chart should be adequate for most joints, but
slight adjustments may be required to allow for personal requirements and the shape and texture
of the meat. However, lower temperatures and longer cooking times are recommended for less
tender cuts or larger joints.
Wrap joints in foil if preferred, for extra browning uncover for the last 20 – 30 min. cooking time.
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Slow cook
The slow cook setting gives a very low heat
in the oven. It is particularly useful when you
are cooking soups, stews and casseroles
because the long slow cooking will make
cheaper, tougher cuts of meat more tender.
Some foods such as pastry and biscuits are
not suitable for slow cooking because the
temperature is too low. Cover all food during
cooking to prevent it from drying out. You
can uncover food for the last half hour if it is
normally served golden brown.
Using slow cook
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9
4 5
Food preparation – slow
cooking
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3
You need to cook food at gas mark 6
for 30 minutes before you turn the oven
down to the slow cook setting. This
makes sure that the temperature of the
food gets hot enough to start the food
cooking.
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Joints of meat and poultry
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Do not cook meat joints over 2.7kg
(6lb).
Do not cook poultry over 2 kg (4lb 8oz).
Cook on the middle shelf of the oven or
above.
Cook stuffing separately.
Cook for at least six hours.
Only cook joints of pork if you can make
sure, by using a meat thermometer, that
the temperature inside the joint is at
least 88°C.
For good air circulation always stand
joints on a rack in a roasting tin or
casserole.
Thaw all frozen meat and poultry before
you cook it.
Prime cuts of meat do not benefit from
slow cooking.
Remove excess fat and skin unless it is
browned first.
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Soups, casseroles and stews
Flavouring
•
Do not cook casseroles over 2.7 kg
(6lb).
•
Bring to the boil on the hotplate then
cook on slow cook.
Flavours are held in the food because there
is little evaporation. Adjust flavouring at the
end of the cooking time.
•
Cook on the middle shelf of the oven or
above.
•
Cover food with a tight fitting lid or tin
foil.
Liquid
Vegetables
Use slightly less liquid as there is little
evaporation during cooking. Always add milk
and milk products, for example cream
towards the end of cooking to prevent them
from curdling.
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Cut into small pieces.
Reheating
•
Dried beans must be pre-soaked then
boiled in an open pan for 15 minutes
before adding to any dish.
•
Place vegetables
casseroles.
•
Cover food with a tight fitting lid or tin
foil.
under
meat in
Milk puddings
•
Cover the cereal with boiling water and
leave it to stand for 30 minutes.
•
Drain and make the pudding in the
usual way.
General points
Frozen Foods
Thaw thoroughly before cooking.
Thickening
Toss meat in flour for casseroles.
Alternatively blend cornflour with water and
add it at the end of cooking.
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Cool left over food quickly and then put it in
the fridge. Do not reheat food using the slow
cook setting. Reheat food in the usual way
or in a microwave. Only reheat food once.
Care and cleaning
Before cleaning always allow the
appliance to cool down.
Cleaning materials
Before using any cleaning materials on your
appliance, check that they are suitable and
that their use is recommended by the
manufacturer.
Cleaners that contain bleach should NOT be
used as they may dull the surface finishes.
Harsh abrasives must also be avoided.
Cleaning the outside of the
appliance
Do not use abrasive cleaning materials e.g.
Hob Brite, Brillo pads or scourers on painted
or printed finishes as damage may occur.
Regularly wipe over the control panel, doors
and appliance sides using a soft cloth and
hot soapy water. To prevent streaking finish
with a soft cloth.
Stainless Steel cream cleaners are abrasive
and should be avoided as they may dull the
surface finish. Any spillage on the
stainless steel finish must be wiped off
immediately.
Do not attempt to remove any of the
control knobs from the appliance as
this may cause damage and is a
safety hazard.
Cleaning the control knobs
and handles
It is strongly recommended that only hot
soapy water is used for cleaning the control
knobs and handles. ANY OTHER
CLEANING MATERIALS MAY DULL THE
SURFACE FINISH.
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Cleaning the hob
Clean the hotplate top using a mild abrasive.
Take care not to damage the spark
electrodes. If the spark electrodes are
damaged the burners will not light.
You can remove the pan supports, burner
caps and burner crowns to clean them.
Again take care not to damage the spark
electrodes.
Clean the burner crowns and pan supports
by soaking them in very hot soapy water.
Aluminium based saucepans can leave
shiny metal marks on the pan supports. You
can remove any stubborn stains by scouring
with a soap impregnated steel wool pad. If
you look after the burner crowns and pan
supports in this way they will stay reasonably
clean. However the surface will dull with
time. After cleaning the appliance parts, dry
them thoroughly before you put them back.
When replacing hotplate
burner parts
1.
Crown to body. (Do not try to force the
crown on to the body).
Make sure that the hole in the crown is
over the electrode. Check that the
location pegs sit in the slots in the body.
When the crown is in this position let it
fall freely on to the body. Check that the
crown can be moved slightly from side
to side.
2.
Cap to crown. Place cap centrally on
the top of crown (enamel side up).
Move sideways and front to back to
check the cap is properly fitted.
3.
Check for ignition. If a burner will not
light then you need to check the crown
and cap positions.
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Cleaning the shelves and
grill/oven furniture
All removable parts, can be washed in the
dishwasher.
The grill pan, grill pan grid and oven shelves
may be cleaned using a soap impregnated
steel wool pad. Soaking first in hot soapy
water will make cleaning easier.
Cleaning the grill
Do not clean the grill burner itself. Cleaning
the grill may cause the holes in the burner to
become blocked preventing it from operating
correctly. Due to the nature of stainless steel
the grill burner may tarnish through use over
a period of time. This is quite normal and is
not a fault on the appliance. Clean the area
around the grill frequently using hot soapy
water.
Cleaning inside the oven(s)
The vitreous enamel main oven can be
cleaned using normal oven cleaners with
care.
Ensure that the manufacturers
instructions are followed and that all parts
are well rinsed afterwards.
Aerosol cleaners must not come
into contact with elements/burners,
door seal, or any painted finishes as
this may cause damage.
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Something not working
Maintenance must only be carried out by a competent/qualified person. Do not try to alter/modify
the appliance yourself, as this could be dangerous.
We recommend that your appliance has an annual gas safety check carried out by our approved
service organisation.
Please carry out the following checks on your appliance before calling a Service Engineer. It may
be that the problem is a simple one that you can solve yourself without the expense of a service
call.
In-guarantee customers should make sure that the checks have been made as the engineer
will make a charge if the fault is not a mechanical or electrical breakdown.
Please note that proof of purchase is required for in-guarantee service calls.
Problem
Possible solution
The grill and oven do not work.
Check that there is not a problem with your gas supply. You
can do this by making sure the other gas appliances such as
central heating or gas fires are working.
The battery may need replacing.
If you have checked the above:
Allow the appliance to cool for a couple of hours. The
appliance should now be working normally.
The oven is not cooking evenly.
Check that the appliance is correctly installed and is level.
Check that the recommended temperatures and shelf positions
are being used.
The oven temperature is too
high or too low.
Check that the recommended temperatures and shelf positions
are being used. Be prepared to adjust the temperature up or
down slightly to achieve the results you want.
Refer to the main oven section.
The hob burners will not light.
Ensure the burner parts have been placed correctly.
The battery may need replacing.
Check that there is not a problem with your gas supply. You
can do this by making sure the other gas appliances such as
central heating or gas fires are working.
The flame colour is
orange/yellow.
Due to the design of the burner the flame can appear to be
orange/yellow (flame disturbance) in certain areas of the
burner this is a natural occurrence.
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Something not working continued
Problem
Possible solution
The burner is not igniting or
only partially lighting.
Check that the burner is dry and that food spillage or cleaning
fluids are not present on the burner. This can be dried with a
cloth and stubborn marks cleaned away with a dry nylon brush
(old toothbrush etc.)
The burner sounds noisy.
It is natural for the burners to emit noise as the gas is being
drawn through the burner and may reduce as they heat up.
The burner is emitting a
popping sound.
This is a natural occurrence when the burner is alight and does
not affect the performance of the burner.
Noise.
It is normal for some metal parts on the cooker to produce
noise when in use, this is due to expansion and contraction
when heating up and cooling down.
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Service and spare parts
In the event of your appliance requiring service, or if you wish to purchase spare parts, please
contact your local Service Force Centre by telephoning:O870 5 929929
Your telephone call will be automatically routed to the Service Force Centre covering your post code
area.
For the address of your local Service Force Centre and further information about Service Force,
please visit the website at www.serviceforce.co.uk.
Before calling out an engineer, please ensure you have read the details under the heading
"Something Not Working?".
When you contact the Service Force Centre you will need to give the following details:
1. Your name, address and post code.
2. Your telephone number.
3. Clear and concise details of the fault.
4. The model and serial number of the appliance (found on the rating plate).
5. The purchase date.
Please note that a valid purchase receipt or guarantee documentation is required for inguarantee service calls.
Customer care department
For general enquires concerning your Tricity Bendix appliance, or for further information on Tricity
Bendix products, please contact our Customer Care Department by letter or telephone at the
address below.
Customer Care Department
Tricity Bendix
Major Appliances
Addington Way
Luton
Bedfordshire
LU4 9QQ
Tel: 0870 5 950950 (*)
*calls to this number may be recorded for training purposes.
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Guarantee conditions
Standard guarantee
conditions
We, Tricity Bendix, undertake that if within
12 months of the date of the purchase this
Tricity Bendix appliance or any part thereof
is proved to be defective by reason only of
faulty workmanship or materials, we will, at
our option repair or replace the same FREE
OF CHARGE for labour, materials or
carriage on condition that:
The appliance has been correctly installed
and used only on the electricity supply stated
on the rating plate.
The appliance has been used for normal
domestic purposes only, and in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
The appliance has not been serviced,
maintained, repaired, taken apart or
tampered with by any person not authorised
by us.
All service work under this guarantee must
be undertaken by a Service Force Centre.
Any appliance or defective part replaced
shall become the Company’s property.
This guarantee is in addition to your
statutory and other legal rights.
Home visits are made between 8.30am and
5.30pm Monday to Friday. Visits may be
available outside these hours in which case
a premium will be charged.
Exclusions
This guarantee does not cover:
Damage
or
calls
resulting
from
transportation, improper use or neglect, the
replacement of any light bulbs or removable
parts of glass or plastic.
Costs incurred for calls to put right an
appliance which is improperly installed or
calls to appliances outside the United
Kingdom.
Appliances found to be in use within a
commercial environment, plus those which
are subject to rental agreements.
Products of Tricity Bendix manufacture
which are not marketed by Tricity Bendix.
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Technical details
Dimensions
Height:
Width:
Depth:
Weight:
1462mm (nominal)
498mm
600mm (from elbow to front of door panel)
52 .0 Kg
Height to hotplate
907 mm nominal. See important note ‘Location of appliance’.
Space for fixing at hotplate level
2mm minimum clearance
600 nominal
Space for fixing above hotplate level 100mm each side of appliance.
Minimum space above grill
500mm
Minimum distance from rear of wall
20mm
Connections
Gas connection:-
Rear left hand side of appliance at hotplate level
Rc ½” (½” B.S.P. female)
Electrical connection:-
None
Ignition
Battery 1.5 Volt AA size
Hotplate
Heat input
Injector marking
Heat input
Injector marking
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Natural Gas
R.H.F
1.0kW
(3412 Btu/h)
070
R.H.R
1.9kW
(6483 Btu/h)
096
L.H.R
1.9kW
(6483 Btu/h)
096
L.H.F.
2.9kW
(9895 Btu/h)
119
L.P. Gas
1.0kW
(71.8g/h)
050
1.9kW
(136.5g/h)
071
1.9kW
(136.5g/h)
071
2.8kW
(194.0g/h)
086
Grill
Heat Input
Injector marking
Main Oven
Heat input
Injector marking
Thermostat bypass marking
General
Ignition
Spark gap
Natural Gas
3.0kW (10236 Btu/h)
120
L.P. Gas
2.75kW (197.5g/h)
080
2.4kW (8189 Btu/h)
108
069
2.4kW (172.4g/h)
078
078
(H.T. Spark)
3-4mm
Gas category countries of destination
CAT. I2H
CAT. I3+
GB
GB
This appliance complies with: European Council Directives Low voltage Directive
73/23/EEC, Gas Directive 90/396/EEC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, CE Marking
Directive 93/68/EEC.
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Installation instructions
Important - safety
requirements
Where applicable Natural Gas and L.P Gas
versions of this appliance are available.
Check that this model is suitable for the type
of supply available. This appliance must be
installed and/or serviced by a competent
person in accordance with the Gas Safety
(Installation and Use) Regulations Current
Editions and the I.E.E. Wiring Regulations.
Detailed recommendations are contained in
the following British Standard Codes of
Practice – BS.6172, BS.5440: Part 2 and
B.S.6891. All British Standards must be
‘Current Editions’.
This
appliance
must
be
installed
by
a qualified
electrician / competent person
(CORGI Registered). Safety may
be impaired if installation is not
carried out in accordance with
these instructions.
Before connecting the appliance
make sure that the voltage of your
electricity supply is the same as
that indicated on the rating plate.
This is situated on the lower front
frame of the appliance and can be
seen upon opening the door.
Alternatively the rating plate may
also be found on the back or top
of
some
models
(where
applicable).
Do not alter the electrical circuitry
of this appliance.
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Provision for ventilation
This appliance is not connected to a
combustion products evacuation device. It
shall be installed and connected in
accordance with the current installation
regulations. Particular attention shall be
given to the relevant requirements regarding
ventilation.
The room containing the appliance should
have an air supply in accordance with
BS.5440: Part 2 Current Edition. All rooms
require an openable window or equivalent
and some rooms will require a permanent
vent as well. For room volumes up to 5m3 an
air vent of 100cm2 is required: for room
volumes between 5m3 and 10m3 an air vent
of 50cm2 is required. If the room has a door
that opens directly to the outside, no air vent
is required. For room volumes that exceed
11m3 no air vent is required. If there are
other fuel burning appliances in the same
room, BS.5440: Part 2 Current Edition
should be consulted to determine the
requisite air vent requirements.
Prolonged intensive use of the appliance
may call for additional ventilation, for
example opening a window, or more
effective ventilation, for example increasing
the level of mechanical ventilation where
present.
Moving your appliance
You may damage some soft or badly fitted
floor coverings when you move the
appliance. The floor covering under the
appliance should be securely fixed so it does
not ruck up when you move the appliance
across it. Alternatively you could remove the
floor covering. This appliance is heavy and
care must be taken when moving it. Do not
try to move the appliance by pulling the door
handles.
To move the appliance, open the grill door.
Raise the appliance off its front feet by lifting
it from inside the oven. Pull the appliance
forward. When you replace the appliance
push it back to the stop and make sure there
is the same gap at each rear corner.
For your safety
Do not try to disconnect the appliance from
the gas supply if the supply pipe does not
have a bayonet connection, as described in
the installation instructions. If this is the case
contact the person who installed the
appliance.
Location of appliance
This appliance must not be installed in a
bed-sitting room of volume less than 20m3 or
in a bathroom, shower room or garage. It is
essential that the appliance is positioned as
Fig.1. The appliance must be a minimum of
20mm from the rear wall (note that this
dimension is provided by the inlet elbow).
Shelves, wall cabinets and cooker hoods
must not be fitted closer than 500mm to the
top of the grill canopy or within 100mm of the
sides of the grill. Curtains must not be fitted
immediately behind the appliance or within
200mm of the sides of the grill. If fitted next
to or between two base units a minimum
space of 1mm must be left between each
unit and the sides of the appliance. The
hotplate must be set to a minimum of 7mm
above the adjacent units (note that the
levelling feet fitted to the appliance will
achieve a nominal height to hotplate level of
907mm -5+13mm. Base units not meeting
the above conditions must be a minimum of
100mm away from the hotplate.
Fig.1
Note: - L.P.G. cookers MUST NOT be
installed below ground level i.e. in a
basement or aboard any boat, yacht or other
vessel.
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Levelling the appliance
Adjustment to suit floor conditions or height
is obtained by rotating clockwise or anti
clockwise the feet at the front and rear of the
appliance. A spirit level should be placed on
one of the shelves to confirm the appliance
is correctly levelled.
Grill assembly
The two splashback screws marked A (see
Fig.2a) should be screwed into the back of
the appliance about halfway in. Engage the
keyhole slots in the splashback behind the
two screws taking care not to trap the H.T.
wire (see Fig.2b).
Insert the four splashback screws marked B
(see Fig. 2b).
Tighten 6 off splashback screws (see Fig.
2b).
Fig.2a
Connect the grill supply union at the back of
the appliance and pull the H.T lead through
the opening in the splashback. Feed lead
through the hole in the top right hand side of
the splashback and connect on to the grill
electrode. (see Fig. 2b).
Fig.2b
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Connecting to gas supply
This appliance is designed to be installed
with an appliance flexible connection only.
Supply piping should not be less than R3/8.
Connection is made to the Rc ½ (½” B.S.P.)
female threaded entry pipe located just
below the hotplate level on the rear left hand
side of the appliance. NOTE: ONLY LIQUID
SEALANTS TO BE USED WHEN INLET
GAS PIPE IS FITTED I.E.: DO NOT USE
P.T.F.E. SEALANT TAPE. Carry out a gas
tightness test after connecting to the gas
supply. The gas bayonet connector must be
fitted in the shaded area indicated in Fig.3.
Take into account that it must be possible to
pull the appliance forward sufficiently.
Ensure the hose does not become trapped
when pushing the appliance into position.
Fig.3.
IMPORTANT: FLEXIBLE TUBING USED
MUST COMPLY WITH BS.669 CURRENT
EDITION.
LPG Flexible connections must be a type
suitable for L.P.G and capable of operation
up to 50 mbar and carry a red stripe, band or
label.
Fitting the stability bracket
1.
2.
Place the appliance in its intended
position and level appliance.
Mark off 250mm from the left hand side
of the appliance as shown in dimension
'A', Fig 4a. This is the centre line of the
fixing bracket.
20mm
487mm (B)
It is recommended that if the appliance is to
be installed with a flexible supply pipe, a
stability bracket be fitted and is available
from your supplier (see Important Safety
Requirements). These instructions should
be read in conjunction with any leaflet
packed with the stability bracket.
100mm
(C)
250mm
(A)
Fig.4a.
Fig.4b.
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3.
Draw a line 100mm from the front edge
of the feet (see Fig.3a) and remove
appliance from its position. Mark off
dimension 'B' (see Fig.4a) back from
this line on the centre line of the
bracket to locate the front edge of the
lower bracket. Fix lower bracket (with
two fixing holes) to the floor then
measure the height from floor level to
engagement edge on back of
appliance, dimension 'C'of Fig. 4b.
4.
Assemble upper bracket to lower
bracket so that the underside of bracket
is dimension 'C' + 3mm above floor
level. (See Fig. 4b)
Reposition appliance and check that top
bracket engages into appliance back as
shown in Fig. 4b.
The battery
1.
The battery is located at the front left
hand side of the bottom storage
compartment.
2.
To gain assess to the battery, open the
storage compartment and lift up the
battery holder lid.
Fit the new battery ensuring (+) terminal
is next to the (+) sign on the battery.
See Fig. 5.
Close the lid of the battery holder.
3.
4.
Pressure testing
1.
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The oven injector is used as a pressure
test point.
Remove the oven furniture. Remove
oven burner box retaining clips (one
spring clip from each side) and remove
box front cover. Replace one clip back
into the right hand side of the burner
box. Remove oven burner by removing
the spring clip from the right hand side
of the oven burner and slide burner off
injector, whilst easing it forward and
taking care not to strain the F.S.D.
phial.
Fig.5.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Connect the pressure gauge to the
oven injector.
Check the supply pressure by turning
the thermostat on and one hotplate tap
full on and light the appropriate burner.
The pressure should be either:(i)
For Natural Gas 20mbar
(ii)
For LP. Gas. The pressure must
be set to 28 mbar for use on
butane or 37 mbar for use on
propane.
Turn off the taps, disconnect the
pressure gauge and replace oven
burner and cover, ensuring that the
F.S.D phial is correctly located into the
bracket on the burner.
Check operation of the oven.
Checking the main oven
1.
Turn on the oven thermostat control
knob to mark 9 and press the ignition
button. As soon as the burner is alight
the button can be released.
2.
There should now be a low gas rate to
the burner, which is the F.S.D bypass
rate.
3.
When the F.S.D. phial has heated up it
opens the F.S.D valve which allows the
main gas supply to the oven burner.
4.
After 1 minute check that the flame
covers the full width of the burner and is
stable.
5.
Set the oven control to Mk 2, close the
oven door and check that after about 10
minutes the flame size has reduced.
6.
Turn off the control and check that the
oven flames go out.
Checking the grill
Fit the grill pan shelf to the splashback
canopy ( 4 screws). Light the grill burner by
turning the grill tap full on and pressing the
ignition button on the fascia panel. As soon
as the burner is lit the button can be
released.
Checking the hotplate
Fit the burner crowns and caps ensuring that
they are correctly seated. Fit the pan
supports.
Check each of the hotplate burners in turn
by turning the hotplate tap to its full on
position and pressing the ignition button. As
soon as the burners are lit the button can be
released.
General note
Instruct the user on how to use the appliance
and its ignition system. Refer the user to the
wording on the inside cover which gives
advice on the safe operation of the
appliance.
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Notes
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