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DESCRIPTION OF THE HOT PLATES
FQ3VR - 01 model
FQ3VR - 02 model
FQ3VR - 04 model
FQ3VR - 03 model
1 Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" Ø 145 mm
of 1200 W
2 Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" Ø 180 mm
of 1800 W
3 Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" double cooking zone (conc.)
Ø 180/120 mm (or 210/120 mm)
of 1700 W (2200 if Ø 210/120)
4 Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" double cooking zone (oval)
Ø 145/250 mm
5 Control knob for heating element n. 1
6 Control knob for heating element n. 2 and 3
7 Control knob for heating element n. 4
of 1800 W
USE
1) ELECTRIC GLASS CERAMIC HOB
The hot plates are equipped with 4 radiant heating
elements with different powers and diameters.
Cooking zones are aesily identifiables thanks to the
circles (see illustration in description) on the top;
relative powers are listed in the scheme n.1.
On the frontal panel, close to each knob, has been
silk-screened a scheme where is indicated to which
cooking zone the knob refers (fig. 1).
The scheme annexes a light indicator that turns on
when the cooking zone temperature is above 60° C
(see fig. 1).
The indicator will turn off only when the temperature
of the cooking zone will be below the value: this is
the reason why we call it residual heat indicator.
Connection of electric heating elements
Heating elements are controlled by energy
regulators with 6 positions (see fig. 1) that permit to
obtain a big range of different temperatures. In
Scheme 1, by way of information, we give
instructions to obtain different cooking levels.
To connect the heating elements is necessary to
turn clockwise or anticlockwise the relative knob.
Indicator light 11 shows the connection of one or
more heating elements.
To connect the heating elements with double
cooking zone is necessary to turn clockwise the
knob mapped in fig. 1 and stop in position "0".
To diminish from position 6 to position 2, insert one
cooking zone only.
How to use the cooking zones
Heating takes place only in the inside part of the
circles drawn on the special glass. The circles have
to be wholly covered by the pots.
FIG. 1
USE
TABLE 1
Position for regulation
of the knobs
Power and dimensions
of the cooking zones
Zone
n°
Diameter
in mm.
Heating
elements
Power
W
1
145
Radiant
“Hi-light”
1200
1
2
180
Radiant
“Hi-light”
1800
1-2
3
180/120
or
210/120
Radiant
Conc.
“Hi-light”
1700
(2200 if Ø
210/120)
2-3
4
210
Radiant
“Hi-light”
2300
2-3
5
145/250
Radiant
Oval
“Hi-light”
1800
3-4
Possible
cookings
Commutators
To melt butter,
chocolate
and
else.
To heat small
quantities of liquid
and to keep dishes
warm.
To heat foods,
thaw deep-frozen
foods, to cook
fruits and pulses.
To heat foods, thaw
deep-frozen foods,
to cook fruits and
pulses.
To cook meat,
fish, pulses with
sauce.
4-6
To cook roast of
meat, fish; to cook
steaks and eggs.
6
To fry with oil and
to
heat
big
quantities of water.
USE
WARNINGS:
For a correct use, please look at fig. 2 and remind:
- Switch on the electricity only after having
placed the pot on the cooking zone.
- Use pots and pans with flat solid bottoms.
- Use pots with the same diameter of the cooking
zones.
- Dry the bottom of the pot before put in on the
cooking zones.
- Do not scrape the pot against the glass so to
not damage it.
- During the use of the cooking zones, please,
keep the children away from the hot plates.
Make sure that the handles of the pots are
placed in the right way towards the interior. Be
aware that overheated fats and oils may become
inflamed.
- Cooking zones after using remain warm; don’t
leave objects, don’t lean your hands so to avoid
burns, till the indicator light is off.
- If the glass cracks, please, disconnect the
appliance.
- Don’t use plastic pots or alluminium sheets.
- Don’t use hob as a supplementary surface.
FIG. 2
CLEANING
Before any cleaning operation, disconnect the
appliance from the electric circuit.
2) ELECTRIC GLASS CERAMIC HOB
If you want to preserve the surface clean and bright,
we recommend you to use a silicone conditioner.
The use of this conditioners, prior to jam-making,
helps to protect the surface of the hob.
It is very important to clean the surface soon after
every use, when the glass is still tepid.
Do not use metallic sponges, powder abrasives or
corrosive sprays.
Depending on the dirty level we recommend:
- Slights stains: it is enought the use of a moist
clean rag.
- Burnt or soiling may be removed with a special
FIG. 3
razor scraper (fig. 4); be aware that the razor
can cause wounds.
- Marks of liquid, overflowed from the pot, can be
removed using vinegar or lemon.
- Pay attention to not let fall sugar or element with
sugar. In this case turn the switch off and clean
the surface with hot water and the razor blade
scraper.
- After a period of time may appear metal reflex and
scratches (fig. 4) due to the wrong cleaning and
the wrong use of the pots. The scratches are
difficultly removable, but they do not compromise
the good working of the hob.
- Don’t use steam jets for the equipment clening.
FIG. 4
INSTALLATION
- The input cable has to be located so that never reach the
5) ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The electrical connection has to be done in accordance
with all electrical and installation requirements of the
Regulation.
Before proceeding with the connection, please, verify that:
- The power of the electrical system and the power of the
outlets is adequate to the maximum power of the appliance
(see the identification label in the lower part of the body).
- The outelets and all the electrical system has an efficient
connection to the “earth” according with the Regulation. We
disclaim all responsabilities for not observing such points.
- If the appliance is not equipped with an input cable, connect
to the clump with an adequate section cable (see table
paragraph 5) keeping the “earth” conductor longer than “live”
ones, following the scheme of fig. 11.
When the connection to the input system has been done
through a outlet:
- Apply to the input cable, if unprovided, a normalized plug
adequate to the load indicated in the identification label.
Connect the cables according to the scheme of fig.11,
making sure to respect the undermentioned respondences:
Letter L (live) = cable brown colour;
over temperature of 75 K.
- Please do not use in the connection any reduction,
adaptation that may provoke a false contact with following
dangerous overheatings.
- The outlet must be accessible after the built-in.
When the connection has been done directly to the input
system:
- Interpose between the appliance and the system an
onnipolar switch, adequate to the load of the appliance, with
a minimum nose between the contacts of 3 mm.
- Keep in mind that the “earth” cable does not have to be
interrupted by the switch.
- In an alternative solution the electrical connection can also
be protected by a differential switch with high sensitivity.
We recommend to fix the earth coloured cable to an
appropriate earth installation.
Letter N (Neutral) = cable blue colour;
WARNINGS:
Symbol (Earth) = cable green - yellow colour.
All our products are projected and built according
Our hobs can also operate with three phase power carry out
the relative respondences. Connect the cables according to
the scheme of fig.11, making sure to respect the
undermentioned respondences:
Letter L1 (live) = cable brown colour;
Letter L2 (live) = cable black colour;
with the European Norms EN 60 335-1 and
EN 60 335-2-6 and relative amendments.
The appliance has been produced according with
the European Directives:
- CEE 89/336 + 92/31 + 93/68 concerning the
compatibility electromagnetic.
Letter L3 (live) = cable black colour;
- CEE 73/23 + 93/68 concerning the electrical
Letter N (Neutral) = cable blue colour;
Symbol (Earth) = cable green - yellow colour.
security.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer or its service agent or a similar
qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
1 o 2 ELEMENTI RISCALDANTI
FIG. 11
MAINTENANCE
Before doing any action, disconnect the
appliance from the input power.
7) COMPONENTS SUBSTITUTION
To replace the components lodged in the internal
part, is necessary to take the appliance up from the
furniture, overturn it, loosen the screws and take
away the bottom.
After these actions is possible to work on the plates,
commutators and clamps.
For the maintenance of the cable it’s necessary
overturn the hob.
In case of substitution of the input cable, the
installer must keep the “earth” conductor longer
than “live” ones, and must respect the cautions in
paragraph “ELECTRICAL CONNECTION”.
To reassemble the appliance repeat the inverse
process.
8) TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
OF THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
To facilitate the job of the installer we present a
table with the characteristics of the components.
POWER OF ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS DENOMINATIONS
Denominations
W
Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" Ø 145 mm
1200
Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" Ø 180 mm
1800
Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" double cooking zone (conc.) Ø 180/120 mm
1700
Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" double cooking zone (conc.) Ø 210/120 mm
2200
Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" Ø 210 mm
2300
Radiant electric heating element "Hi-light" double cooking zone (oval) Ø 145/250 mm
1800
TYPE AND SECTION OF THE POWER CABLES
Cable type
Rubber
H05 RR-F
Single phase power Three phase power Three phase power
230 - 240 V~
400 - 415 V 3N ~
400 - 415 V 2N ~
3 X 1.5 mm2 (*)
(*) keeping in mind the contemporaneousness factor
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND SPARE PARTS
This appliance, before leaving the factory, has been carefully tested and regulated by expert and
specialized personnel in order to guarantee the best performances.
Any repairs or adjustments which may be subsequently required may only be carried out by qualified
personnel with the utmost care and attention.
For this reason, always contact your Dealer or your nearest After Sales Centre whenever repairs or
adjustments are required, specifying the type of fault and the model of appliance in your possession.
Please also note that genuine spare parts are only available from our After Sales Service Centres and
authorized retail outlets.
The above data are printed on the data label put on the inferior part of the appliance and on the packing
label.
The above informations give to the technical assistant the possibility to get fit spare parts and a heavensent intervention. We suggest to fill the table below.
MARK: ..........................................................................
MODEL: .......................................................................
SERIES: .......................................................................
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