Samsung | NZ64F3NM1AB/UR | User manual | Samsung NZ64F3NM1AB/UR User Manual

ENGLISH
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WARNING
CAUTION
CAUTION
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safety instructions
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WARNING
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safeTy INsTruCTIoNs
WARNING
WARNING
severe warNINg sIgNs for INsTallaTIoN
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over
without warning
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CAUTION
Caution signs for using
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the lid (Model which has lid only).
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WARNING
safeTy INsTruCTIoNs
WARNING
Caution signs for cleaning
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WARNING
WARNING
Correct Disposal of This Product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
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parts and features
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before you begin
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hob use
cleaning and care
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warranty and service
CoNTeNTs
installing the hob
technical data
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WARNING
Regulations and compliance
This appliance meets the following standards:
• EN 60335 - 1 and EN 60335 - 2 - 6, relating to the safety of
electrical appliances for household use and similar purposes;
• EN 60350, or DIN 44546 / 44547 / 44548, relating to the
operating features of electric cookers, hobs, ovens, and grills for
household use;
• EN 55011
• EN 55014-2
• EN 61000 - 3 - 2; and
• EN 61000 - 3 - 3, relating to basic requirements for
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
This appliance complies with the following EU Directives:
• 2006/95/EC, Low Voltage Directive
• 2004/108/EEC, Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
Safety instructions for the installer
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INsTallINg The hob
casing of the hob.
WARNING
Shut off power to circuit before connecting wires to
circuit.
WARNING
WARNING
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WARNING
WARNING
• 1N ~
• 2N ~ : Separate the 2-phase
wires (L1 and L2) before
connection.
220-240V ~
220-240V ~
380-415V ~
Green/Yellow
Brown
Blue
Black
Gray
L
Green/Yellow
Brown
Blue
Black
Gray
L1 L2
N
1N ~
32A
16A
N
2N ~
2x1N~: Separate the wires before connection.
220-240V~
220-240V~
Green/Yellow
Blue
Brown
Black
Gray
WARNING
For correct supply connection,
follow the wiring diagram
attached near the terminals.
L1 N1 L2 N2
16A
2X1N~
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Ins
INsTallINg The hob
before installation.
Min. 50 mm
Min. 5 mm
560 mm
ø6
x4
90°
max. 32
min. 20
560 +4
+1
490 +4
+1
600
50
Induction Hob
min. 5 mm
20 mm
Insulation Panel
ventilation gap
Oven
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Install the two brackets
Put into the hole
490 +4
+1
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parts and features
Cooking zones
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m
0m
m
parTs aNd feaTures
3
14
0m
m
22
0m
m
2
4
1
5
Control
panel
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6
6
5
3
2
7
4
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Induction hob
Installation brackets
Screws
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Induced currents
Induction coil
Electronic circuits
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parTs aNd feaTures
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• Power Boost : Use this function to heat up the contents of
the pan faster than maximum power level ‘ ’. (The display will
show ‘ ’.)
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to
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cookware)
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If cookware is unsuitable or too small or no cookware has
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Other reasons why a cooking zone can switch itself off
parTs aNd feaTures
the appliance will need to be switched on again using the main
On/Off control sensor after the liquid or the cloth has been
removed .
Residual heat indicator
presence of residual heat is shown with an
(for “hot”) in the
WARNING
WARNING
If the power supply is interrupted, the
symbol will go out
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Initial cleaning
Wipe the ceramic glass surface with a damp cloth and ceramic
hob glass cleaner.
Do not use caustic or abrasive cleaners. The surface could be
damaged.
WARNING
Cookware for induction cooking zones
The induction hob can only be turned on when a cookware with
a magnetic base is placed on one of the cooking zones. You can
use the following suitable cookware.
Cookware material
Cookware material
Suitable
Steel, Enamelled steel
Yes
Cast iron
Yes
Stainless steel
If appropriately labelled by the
manufacturer
Aluminium, Copper, Brass
No
Glass, Ceramic, Porcelain
No
Cookware for induction hob is labelled as suitable by the
manufacturer.
Certain cookware can make noise when being used on
induction cooking zones. These noise are not a fault in the
appliance and do not affect operation in any way.
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hob use
Diameter of cooking
zones
Minimum diameter of the bottom
of the cookware
220 mm
140 mm
140 mm
120 mm
If you can hear.
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U
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Energy saving tips
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Right!
Wrong!
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hob use
1.Touch the On/Off
sensor for approximately 1 seconds.
2.Touch the Lock control
sensor for
approximately 3 seconds.
The digital displays will show
approx
1 sec.
.
After the On/Off control sensor has been actuated to
switch on your appliance, a heat setting must be selected
within approximately 1 minutes. Otherwise, the appliance will
switch itself off for safety reasons.
Select cooking zone and heat setting
1. For selecting the cooking zone, touch
the corresponding cooking zone’s key.
2. For setting and adjusting the power
level, touch the Heat setting
selectors.
If there are no touch at power level during 3sec after pressing
the cooking zone's key , the appliance is switched off.
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If more than one sensor except the and is pressed for longer
than 10 seconds, An acoustic signal will sound and the appliance
sensor.
is switched off. To reset, touch the On/Off control
If you hold on the cooking zone' s key,the corresponding cooking
zone' s digital display will show
swITChINg The applIaNCe off
To completely switch off the appliance, use
the On/Off control sensor.
approx
1 sec.
Touch the On/Off
sensor for
approximately 1 second.
After switching off a single cooking zone or the entire cooking
surface, the presence of residual heat will be indicated in the
digital displays of the corresponding cooking zones in the form
of an (for “hot”).
swITChINg a CooKINg zoNe off
To switch off a cooking zone, return the
setting to by using the control panel’s
control sensor.
To switch off more quickly, touch the corresponding cooking
zone’s key twice.
usINg The ChIld safeTy loCK
You can use the child safety lock to safeguard against
unintentionally turning on a cooking zone and activating the cooking
surface.
Also the control panel, with the exception of the On/Off control
sensor, can be locked in order to prevent the settings from being
changed unintentionally, for example, by wiping over the panel with
a cloth.
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Switching the child safety lock on / off
2.
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1.Touch the Lock control sensor for
approximately 3 seconds.
An acoustic signal will sound as
confirmation.
will appear in the displays, indicating
the child safety lock has been activated.
3.For switching the child safety lock off, touch the Lock control
sensor again for 3 seconds.
An acoustic signal will sound as confirmation.
Timer
There are two ways to use the timer:
Using the timer as a safety shutoff:
If a specific time is set for a cooking zone, the cooking zone will
shut itself off once this period of time has elapsed. This function
can be used for multiple cooking zones simultaneously.
Using the timer to count down:
The countdown timer cannot be used if a cooking zone has been
switched on.
Setting the safety shutoff
The cooking zone(s) for which you want to apply the safety shutoff
must be switched on.
1. Using the Timer control
sensor,
select the cooking zone for which the
safety shutoff time is to be set.
After the first active cooking zone is
selected, touching the timer’s control
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sensor will cause the corresponding indicator to flash slowly.
For example, the front left indicator corresponds to the front left
cooking zone.
will appear in the timer display.
The next active cooking zone is selected by touching the
burner select sensor again.
or
to set the desired
2. Use the
amount of time, for example, 15
minutes, after which the cooking zone
will automatically switch itself off.
The safety shutoff is now activated.
To display the time remaining for any
of the cooking zones, touch the
corresponding cooking zone’s key.
The corresponding control indicator will begin to blink slowly.
or
). After the set
The settings are reset using the (
period of time has elapsed, the cooking zone automatically
switches itself off.
Dot(.) symbol will flash on the right side of power level
during safety shutoff timer.
To make the settings more quickly, touch any of the or
control selectors until the desired value is reached.
To cancel the timer setting,touch the
and control
selectors simultaneity after select the corresponding
cooking zone and the Timer control
sensor.
The timer display will show
Countdown timer
For the countdown timer to be used, the appliance must be
switched
on but all the cooking zones do not be selected.
1. Touch the Timer control
sensor.
will appear in the timer display.
2. Set the desired period of time using the Timer setting selectors
( or ).
The countdown timer function is now activated and the
remaining time appears in the timer display.
To adjust the remaining time, touch the Timer control sensor.
and change the setting using the Timer setting selectors ( or ).
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3. Buzzer will beeps for 30 seconds and the timer indicator shows
when the setting time finished.
Power boost control
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The power boost function makes additional power available to
the each cooking zones. (example : bring a large volume of water
to the boil)
The power boost function is activated for maximum 5 minutes for
each cooking zones.
After these times, the cooking zones automatically return to power
level
In certain circumstances, the Power boost function may be
deactivated automatically to protect the internal electronic
components of the hob.
power maNagemeNT
The cooking zones have a maximum
power
available to them.
If this power range is exceeded by
switching on the power boost function ,
Power Management automatically reduced
the heat setting of paired another cooking
zone.
• Left side : No.1 and No.2 is paired
cooking zone
• Right side : No.3 and No.4 is paired cooking zone
The indicator for this cooking zone changes from the heat setting
set to maximum possible heat setting.
• Example
paired another cooking zone’s heat
setting (No.4)
last heat setting
of cooking zone
automatically
(No.3)
changed heat
original heat setting
setting
Power Boost
6 level
2 level
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Suggested settings for cooking
specific foods
The figures in the table below are guidelines. The heat settings
required for various cooking methods depend on a number of
variables, including the quality of the cookware being used and the
type and amount of food being cooked.
Switch
Setting
Cooking method
Examples for Use
9 P
Warming
Sautéing
Frying
Warming large amounts of liquid,
boiling noodles, searing meat,
(browning goulash,braising meat)
7-8
Intensive
Frying
Steak, Srloin, Hash Brown,
Sausages
5-6
Frying
Schnitzel / chops, Liver, Fish,
Rissoles, Fried egg
pancakes/Griddle cakes
3-4
Steaming
Stewing
Steaming and stewing of small
amount of vegetables, Boiling
rice and milk dishes
1-2
Melting
Melting butter, dissolving gelatin,
melting chocolate
The heat settings indicated in the table above are provided
only as guidelines for your reference.
You will need to adjust the heat settings according to specific
cookware and foods.
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cleaning and care
hob
WARNING
Clean the ceramic glass surface after each use when it is still
warm to the touch. This will prevent spillage from becoming
burnt onto the surface. Remove scales, watermarks, fat
drippings and metallic discolouration with the use of a
commercially available ceramic glass or stainless steel cleaner.
light soiling
1. Wipe the ceramic glass surface with a damp cloth.
2. Rub dry with a clean cloth. Remnants of cleaning agent must
not be left on the surface.
3. Thoroughly clean the entire ceramic glass cooking surface once
a week with a commercially available ceramic glass or stainless
steel cleaner.
4. Wipe the ceramic glass surface using adequate amounts of
clean water and rub dry with a clean lint - free cloth.
stubborn soiling
1. To remove food that has boiled over and stubborn splashes,
use a glass scraper.
2. Place the glass scraper at an angle to the ceramic glass
surface.
3. Remove soiling by scraping with the blade.
Glass scrapers and ceramic glass
cleaners are available from specialty
retailers.
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CleaNINg aNd Care
Cleaning agents must not come into contact with a heated
ceramic glass surface: All cleaning agents must be removed
with adequate amounts of clean water after cleaning because
they can have a caustic effect when the surface becomes
hot. Do not use any aggressive cleaners such as grill or oven
sprays, scouring pads or abrasive pan cleaners.
problem dirt
1. Remove burnt-on sugar, melted plastic, aluminium foil or other
materials with a glass scraper immediately and while still hot.
There is a risk of burning yourself when the glass scraper is
used on a hot cooking zone:
WARNING
2. Clean the hob as normal when it has cooled down.
If the cooking zone on which something has melted has been
allowed to cool, warm it up again for cleaning.
Scratches or dark blemishes on the
ceramic glass surface, caused, for
example, by a pan with sharp edges,
cannot be removed. However, they do not
impair the function of the hob.
hob frame (opTIoN)
Do not use vinegar, lemon juice or scale remover on the hob
frame; otherwise dull blemishes will appear.
1. Wipe the frame with a damp cloth.
2. Moisten dried debris with a wet cloth. Wipe and rub dry.
WARNING
To avoId damagINg your applIaNCe
• Do not use the hob as a work surface or for storage.
• Do not operate a cooking zone if there is no pan on the hob or
if the pan is empty.
• Ceramic glass is very tough and resistant to temperature shock,
but it is not unbreakable. It can be damaged by a particularly
sharp or hard object dropping onto the hob.
• Do not place pans on the hob frame. Scratching and damage
to the finish may occur.
• Avoid spilling acidic liquids, for example, vinegar, lemon juice
and descaling agents, onto the hob frame, since such liquids
can cause dull spots.
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CleaNINg aNd Care
• If sugar or a preparation containing sugar comes into contact
with a hot cooking zone and melts, it should be cleaned off
immediately with a kitchen scraper while it is still hot. If allowed
to cool, it may damage the surface when removed.
• Keep all items and materials that could melt, for example,
plastics, aluminium foil and oven foils, away from the ceramic
glass surface. If something of this nature melts onto the hob, it
must be removed immediately with a scraper.
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warranty and service
FAQs and troubleshooting
A fault may result from a minor error that you can correct yourself
with the help of the following instructions. Do not attempt any
further repairs if the following instructions do not help in each
specific case.
Repairs to the appliance are to be performed only by a
qualified service technician. Improperly effected repairs may
result in considerable risk to the user. If your appliance needs
repair, please contact your customer service centre.
WARNING
What should I do if the cooking zones are not functioning?
Check for the following possibilities:
• The fuse in the house wiring (fuse box) is intact. If the fuses trip
a number of times, call an authorised electrician.
• The appliance is properly switched on.
• The control indicators in the control panel are illuminated.
• The cooking zone is switched on.
• The cooking zones are set at the desired heat settings.
What should I do if the cooking zones will not switch on?
Check for the following possibilities:
• A period of more than 1 minute has elapsed between when
the On/Off button was actuated and the desired cooking zone
switches on (see the section “Switching the appliance on”).
• The control panel is partially covered by a damp cloth or liquid.
What should I do if the display except for
warmth indicator suddenly disappears?
the residual
This could be a result of one of two possibilities:
• The On/Off sensor was accidentally actuated.
• The control panel is partially covered by a damp cloth or liquid.
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What should I do if, after the cooking zones have been
switched off, residual warmth is not indicated in the display?
What should I do if the cooking zone will not switch on or off?
This could be due to one of the following possibilities:
• The control panel is partially covered by a damp cloth or liquid.
• The child safety lock is on.
What should I do if the
display is illuminated?
Check for the following:
• The hob is overheated because of abnormal operation.
• After hob is cooled down, press the “On/Off” control
sensor for resetting.
What should I do if the
warranty and service
Check for the following possibility:
• The cooking zone was only briefly used and therefore did not
become hot enough. If the cooking zone is hot, please call the
customer service centre.
display is illuminated?
Check for the following:
• Cookware is unsuitable or too small or no cookware has been
placed on the cooking zone
• If you use suitable cookware, displayed message will automatically
disapear.
What should I do if the cooling fan runs after the hob is
turned off?
Check for the following:
• When you have fnished using the hob, the cooling fan will
continue to run 1 minute by itself for cooling down.
If you request a service call because of an error made in operating
the appliance, the visit from the customer service technician may
incur a charge even during the warranty period.
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Service
Before calling for assistance or service, please check the section
“Troubleshooting.”
If you still need help, follow the instructions below.
Is it a technical fault?
If so, please contact your customer service centre.
Always prepare in advance for the discussion. This will ease the
process of diagnosing the problem and also make it easier to
decide if a customer service visit is necessary.
Please take note of the following information.
• What form does the problem take?
• Under what circumstances does the problem occur?
When calling, please know the model and serial number of your
appliance. This information is provided on the rating plate as
follows:
• Model description
• S/N code (15 digits)
We recommend that you record the information here for easy
reference.
Model:
Serial number:
When do you incur costs even during the warranty period?
• lf you could have remedied the problem yourself by applying
one of the solutions provided in the section “Troubleshooting”.
• lf the customer service technician has to make several service
calls because he was not provided with all of the relevant
information before his visit and as a result, for example, has to
make additional trips for parts. Preparing for your phone call as
described above will save you the cost of these trips.
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technical data
NZ64F3NM1AB
Technical data
590 mm
Appliance dimensions Depth
520 mm
Height
57 mm
Width
560 mm
Depth
490 mm
Worktop cut - out
dimensions
220 - 240 V ~ 50 / 60 Hz
Connection voltage
Maximum connected load power
Weight
7.2 kW
Net
10.5 kg
Gross
12.0 kg
Cooking zones
Position
Rear left
Front left
Front right
Rear right
Diameter
220 mm
140 mm
220 mm
140 mm
Power
2350 W / Boost 2600 W
1250 W / Boost 1500 W
2350 W / Boost 2600 W
1250 W / Boost 1500 W
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Width
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BOSNIA
BULGARIA
CROATIA
CZECH
HUNGARY
05 133 1999
07001 33 11 , normal tariff
062 - SAMSUNG (062-726-7864)
800 - SAMSUNG (800-726786)
06-80-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
MACEDONIA
023 207 777
MONTENEGRO
020 405 888
POLAND
0 801-1SAMSUNG (172-678)
+48 22 607-93-33
ROMANIA
08008 SAMSUNG (08008 726 7864)
TOLL FREE No.
SERBIA
0700 SAMSUNG (0700 726 7864)
SLOVAKIA
0800-SAMSUNG (0800-726-786)
LITHUANIA
LATVIA
8-800-77777
8000-7267
ESTONIA
800-7267
AUSTRIA
0810 - SAMSUNG (7267864, € 0.07/min)
DENMARK
70 70 19 70
FINLAND
09 85635050
FRANCE
GERMANY
01 48 63 00 00
0 180 5 SAMSUNG bzw.
0 180 5 7267864* (*0,14€/Min. aus dem dt.
Festnetz, aus dem Mobilfunk max.0,42€/Min.)
ITALIA
800-SAMSUNG(726-7864)
CYPRUS
8009 4000 only from landline
(+30) 210 6897691 from mobile and land line
GREECE
LUXEMBURG
NETHERLANDS
NORWAY
PORTUGAL
SPAIN
80111-SAMSUNG(80111 726 7864)
only from landline
(+30) 210 6897691 from mobile and land line
261 03 710
0900-SAMSUNG (0900-7267864) (€ 0,10/Min)
815-56 480
80820-SAMSUNG(726-7864)
902 - 1 - SAMSUNG (902 172 678)
SWEDEN
0771 726 7864 (SAMSUNG)
U.K
0330 SAMSUNG (7267864)
EIRE
www.samsung.com
0818 717100
SWITZERLAND
0848 - SAMSUNG(7267864, CHF 0.08/min)
www.samsung.com/ch (German)
www.samsung.com/ch_fr/(French)
BELGIUM
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www.samsung.com/be_fr (French)
2012-11-20
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