Asko HG1825AD Pro Series Gas Cooktop User Manual

OPERATION
Description
1
3
6
4
1.
standard burner
2.
rapid burner
3.
simmer burner
4.
wok burner
5.
pan support
6.
glass top or stainless steel
5
drip tray
7
8
7.
wok selector ring
8.
control knob
2
Ignition and adjustment
1. zone indication
2
2. 0 position
3. High setting
4. Low setting
3
5. Wok setting (wok burner)
6. Roasting setting (wok burner)
4
1
Each burner is fully adjustable between high and low settings.
• Press the control knob and turn it anticlockwise. The burner will ignite.
• Keep the control knob fully depressed for at least 3 seconds
between high and low settings. The thermocouple safety pilot has
been activated.
2
• If desired, turn the wok selector ring to the roasting setting (6).
The inner ring (wok setting) will switch off and the outer ring
4
3
(roasting setting) will switch on.
• The wok burner will switch automatically to the wok setting if the
5
control knob of the wok burner is set to 0.
6
1
It is possible to switch between wok setting and roasting setting and
back during cooking.
Please note! If the control knob is in the off setting (0-setting) the
selector ring cannot be changed to the roasting setting. Always turn this
knob back completely to 0!
EN 3
OPERATION
Use
Pans
• Always ensure than the flames stay under the pan. A lot of energy
is lost if flames burn around the pan. The handles may also become
too hot.
• Do not use pans with a base diameter smaller than 12 cm. Smaller
pans are not as stable.
error
Wok ring and small pan grid
good
The wok ring for use with the wok burner supplied or obtainable as an
accessory provides extra stability for woks with a round base. The small
pan grid supplied or obtainable as an accessory makes it possible to
use very small pans.
Do not use the small pan grid on the wok burner. Do not use the wok
wok ring
ring on the wok roasting setting. This can result in discolouring.
Pan support
Place the pan supports vertically, without sliding over the drip tray. Use
the leads to position the pan supports on the drip tray.
small pan grid
EN 4
MAINTENANCE
1
1
Burner
Use the leads (1) to put together the burner parts.
Wok burner
Place the wok burner correctly. Placing the wok burner parts incorrectly
can result in a poorly functioning burner.
1. Place the burner distributor (2) in the burner housing (1).
2. Use the leads to place the inner ring (3) on the burner distributor (2).
3. Use the leads to place the outer ring (4) on the burner distributor (2).
4
2
3
2
1
position distributor
position rings
4
3
2
1
side view
EN 5
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance
Regular maintenance after use prevents spilt food from setting too long
and creating stubborn stains. Use a mild detergent for this. First clean
the control knobs, burners and pan supports and only then the drip tray
or glass cover. This prevents the drip tray or glass cover to becoming
dirty again after cleaning.
Please note! Do not clean burner parts in the dishwasher. Dishwasher
detergent can corrode burner parts!
Persistent stains on enamel (pan supports, burner caps)
Persistent stains can best be removed with a fluid detergent or a plastic
scouring sponge. Never use scouring powder, scouring pads, sharp
objects or aggressive cleaning products.
Persistent stains on the glass cover
Clean the glass cover with a special cleaning product for ceramic hobs.
Water stains or limescale are best cleaned using cleaning vinegar.
Persistent stains on the stainless steel (drip trays)
Persistent stains on stainless steel are best removed with a special
stainless steel cleaning product. Always wipe with the structure of the
steel to prevent scraping away the protective layer (damage caused
in this way does not fall under the guarantee!) The surface of stainless
steel drip trays can discolour slightly over time.
Brass wok burner parts
Some wok burner parts are made from brass. It is normal for the brass
colour to change as a result of the high temperatures involved in wok use.
Consult the www.asko.com website for additional maintenance
and cleaning instructions!
EN 6
ERRORS
Fault list
If your gas hob does not work properly, this does not always mean that
it is defective. Try to deal with the problem yourself first by checking
the points below or check the www.asko.com website for more
information.
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
You smell gas near
the appliance.
A burner does not
ignite.
The appliance connection
is leaking.
Plug not in socket.
Fuse defective/fuse
switched off in fuse
cupboard.
Close the main gas switch. Contact the your
installer.
Put the plug into the socket.
Put in a new fuse or switch on the fuse in the
fuse box.
Spark plug (1) dirty/damp.
Clean/dry the spark plug.
Burner parts not placed
correctly.
Use the centring leads to put the burner parts
together.
Burner parts dirty/damp.
Clean/dry the burner parts. Make sure that
the outflow holes are open.
Main gas tap closed.
Open the main gas tap.
Fault in gas mains.
Consult you gas supplier.
1
2
Gas bottle or tank is empty. Connect a new gas bottle or have the tank
refilled.
Wrong type of gas used.
The burner does not Burner parts not placed
burn evenly.
correctly.
Check whether the gas used is suitable for
the appliance. Contact your installer if it is not
correct.
Use the centring leads to put the burner parts
together.
Burner parts dirty/damp.
Clean/dry the burner parts. Make sure that
the outflow holes are open.
Wrong type of gas used.
Check whether the gas used is suitable for
the appliance. Contact your technician if it is
not correct.
Keep the control knob fully depressed for
at least 3 seconds between high and low
settings. This can take longer the first time
because of the gas supply.
Burner extinguishes The control knob has not
after igniting.
been depressed long or
deep enough (at least
3 seconds).
Thermocouple (2) is dirty.
Clean/dry thermocouple.
EN 7
ERRORS
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Timer indicates
error code F0 – F6
(if present).
There is an object, water or Ensure that there is nothing on the buttons.
dirt on the buttons. Button Ensure that the buttons are clean and there is
used for too long.
no water on them.
Contact the technician if the error code does
not disappear.
Ceramic glass plate Object fallen onto it.
broken.
SOLUTION
Close the gas main switch and pull the plug
out of the socket. Contact the your installer.
Please note! Do not throw a broken
ceramic glass plate in the glass recycling
bin but take this to the Municipality's
waste recycling centre.
EN 8
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS
Disposal of the appliance and packaging
Sustainable materials have been used during manufacture of this
appliance.
The appliance packaging is recyclable. The following may have been
used:
• cardboard;
• paper;
• polyethylene film (PE);
• CFC-free polystyrene (PS-rigid foam);
• polypropylene tape (PP).
Dispose of these materials in a responsible manner and in accordance
with government regulations.
To designate the requirement for separate collection of household
electrical appliances, the symbol of a crossed-out dustbin is applied to
the product.
This means that at the end of its working life, the product must not
be disposed of as urban waste. It must be taken to a special local
authority differentiated waste collection centre or to a dealer providing
this service. Disposing of a household appliance such as this hob
separately avoids possible negative consequences for the environment
and health and enables the constituent materials to be recovered,
resulting in significant savings in energy and resources.
Please note! Do not throw a broken ceramic glass plate in the glass
recycling bin but take this to the Municipality's waste recycling
centre.
Declaration of conformity
We hereby declare that our products satisfy the applicable European
directives, orders and regulations, as well as the requirements stated in
the referenced standards.
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