PB*4VQ247C2F
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CERAMIC HOB
IO-HOB-0211 / 8065722
(05.2016 / v2)
DEAR CUSTOMER,
Your hob combines exceptional ease of use with excellent effectiveness. Once you have read
the instructions, operating your hob will not be a problem.
Before being packed and leaving the factory, the safety and functions of this hob were carefully tested.
We ask you to read the User Manual carefully before switching on the appliance. Following
the directions in this manual will protect you from any misuse.
Keep this User Manual and store it near at hand.
The instructions should be followed carefully to avoid any unfortunate accidents.
Important!
The appliance may only be operated when you have read and understood this manual
thoroughly.
The appliance is designed solely for cooking. Any other use (eg heating a room) is
incompatible with the appliance’s intended purpose and can pose a risk to the user.
The manufacturer reserves the right to introduce changes which do not affect the
operation of the appliance.
Certificate of compliance CE
The Manufacturer hereby declares that this product complies with the general requirements pursuant to the
following European Directives:
l The Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EC,
l Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EC,
 ErP Directive 2009/125/EC,
and therefore the product has been marked with the
symbol and the Declaration of Conformity has been
issued to the manufacturer and is available to the competent authorities regulating the market.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Basic information..................................................................................................2
Safety instructions................................................................................................4
Saving energy........................................................................................................8
Description of the appliance................................................................................9
Installation...........................................................................................................10
Operation..............................................................................................................14
Cleaning and routine maintenance....................................................................20
Emergency procedure........................................................................................22
Technical data......................................................................................................24
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Warning: The appliance and its accessible parts
become hot during use. Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements. Children less than 8
years of age shall be kept away unless continuously
supervised.
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe
way and understand the hazards involved. Children
shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.
Warning: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or
oil can be dangerous and may result in fire.
NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch
off the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid
or a fire blanket.
Warning: Danger of fire: do not store items on the
cooking surfaces.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Warning: If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibillity of electric shock.
The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remote-control
system.
You should not use steam cleaning devices to clean
the appliance.
Warning: Use only hob guards designed by the manufacturer of the cooking appliance or indicated by
the manufacturer of the appliance in the instructions
for use as suitable or hob guards incorporated in
the appliance. The use of inappropriate guards can
cause accidents.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
● Before using the ceramic plate for the first time read the Operating Manual carefully as
thus you can ensure safe operation and avoid damage to the plate.
● If the ceramic plate is operated near a radio, TV set or other emitting device, please
check whether the touch panel works correctly.
● The ceramic plate should be installed by a qualified electrician.
● Do not install the plate near refrigerating devices.
● The furniture the plate is fitted in should be resistant to temperatures up to 100ºC. The
requirement applies to the veneers, edges, plastic surfaces, glues and varnishes.
● The plate can be used only after it has been fitted into furniture, as only thus you will be
protected from accidental contact with live components.
● Electric appliances can be repaired only by qualified specialists. Unprofessional repairs
may compromise the safety of the appliance.
● The appliance is disconnected from the mains only when the mains plug is pulled out
from the socket or when the fuse has been switched off.
● Never allow children to remain unattended near the cooktop nor to play with the control
panel.
● When switched on the hotplates quickly become hot. To avoid unnecessary power consumption, switch them on only after putting a cooking pot.
● Residual temperature indicator built-in into the electronic system tells you whether the
hotplate is still switched on and whether it is still hot.
● Should there be a power failure, all the settings and indications will be cancelled. Please
be careful when the power supply is restored as hotplates which have been hot before
power failure will no longer be controlled by the indicator.
● If there is a mains socket located near the hotplate, please make sure that the supply
cord does not touch the hot places.
● Do not leave the plate unattended when cooking on fats and oils as they create fire
hazard.
● Do not use plastic pots or containers made from aluminium foil as they melt in high
temperatures and may damage the ceramic plate.
● Sugar, citric acid, salt etc., both in liquid and solid state, as well as plastic should not get
into contact with a hot hotplate.
● If through carelessness, sugar or plastic gets on a hot hotplate, you may not switch off
the plate but scrape away sugar or plastic using a sharp scrapper. Protect hands from
burns.
● Use only flat-bottom pots and saucepans on your ceramic plate, without sharp edges or
burrs as otherwise the plate may get permanently damaged.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
● The heating surface of the ceramic plate is resistant to thermal shock. It is neither hot
nor cold-sensitive.
● Avoid dropping objects on the plate. A point hit, for example a falling bottle with spices,
●
●
●
may in unfavourable circumstances lead to cracks and splits appearing on your ceramic
plate.
Boiled over residuals of food may penetrate damaged places and get to the live components of the ceramic plate
Should cracks or splits appear on the surface of your ceramic plate immediately disconnect it from the mains. In order to do so, switch off the fuse or pull out the mains plug
from the socket. Call the Customer Service
Please observe the maintenance and cleaning guidelines. Should you fail to proceed in
compliance with the provided guidelines, you will lose your warranty rights
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SAVING ENERGY
UNPACKING
The appliance is protected
from damage during transportation by its packaging. After
unpacking please dispose
of the packing materials in a
manner creating no risk to the
Everybody who properly
uses energy not only saves
money but also consciously
acts in aid of the natural
environment. So let’s save
electric energy by:
environment.
All materials used for packing are harmless
to the natural environment, can be recycled
in 100% and have been identified with appropriate symbol.
●Using proper cookware
●
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●
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Pots and pans with flat and thick bottom
help to save up to one-third of electric
energy. Remember about the lid as
otherwise the consumption of energy
quadruples!
Matching cookware to the size of the
hotplate
A cooking pot should neither be smaller
nor bigger than the used hotplate.
Maintaining hotplates and pot bottoms
clean
Dirt obstructs the transfer of heat – heavily
burnt food residuals often can be cleaned
only with chemicals harmful to the environment.
Avoiding necessary “peeping into
pots”.
Not using the plate near refrigerators
/ freezers
As the consumption of energy unnecessary rises.
Caution! Packing materials (polyethylene
bags, pieces of polystyrene etc.) should be
kept away from children during unpacking.
DISPOSING OF THE DE­VICE
When disposing of the de­vice,
do not bring it to regular mu­nici­
pal waste containers. Instead,
bring it to electrical and elec­
tronic waste re­cy­cling and re­use
center. A rel­evant label has been
put on the device, its in­structions
manual, or on the package.
The device has been manufactured of re­cy­
clable materials. By bringing old device to
recycling collection center, you show that you
care about nature.
Ask your local environmental care au­thority
for information on location of such facilities.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
Description of PB*4VQ247C2F ceramic hob
Back left cooking zone
Ø 145 mm
Back right cooking zone
Ø 180 mm
Front left cooking zone
Ø 210 mm
Front right cooking zone
Ø 145 mm
Touch control sensor panel
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
6
4
5
On/off sensor
Cooking zone selector sensor
Cooking zone displays
Lower heat setting selector
Higher heat setting selector
Child lock sensor with LED pilot light
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INSTALLATION
Making the worktop recess
• Worktop thickness should be 28 - 40 mm, while its width at least 600 mm. The worktop
must be flat and level. Edge of the worktop near the wall must be sealed to prevent ingress
of water or other liquids.
• There should be sufficient spacing around the opening, in particular, at least 50 mm distance to the wall and 60 mm distance to the front edge of worktop.
• The distance between the edge of the opening and the side wall of the furniture should
be at least 55 mm.
• Worktop must be made of materials, including veneer and adhesives, resistant to a temperature of 100°C. Otherwise, veneer could come off or surface of the worktop become
deformed.
• Edge of the opening should be sealed with suitable materials to prevent ingress of water.
• Worktop opening must cut to dimensions as shown on figure 1.
• Ensure minimum clearance of 25 mm below the hob to allow proper air circulation and
prevent overheating.
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(*) 560 mm for hob 600 mm
(*) 750 mm for hob 770 mm
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INSTALLATION
Note. When installing the hob in the kitchen worktop, install a partition panel,
as shown on the picture. If the hob is to
be installed above a built-in oven, installation of the partition panel is not required.
Installing hob in kitchen cabinet worktop.
If the hob was installed in the kitchen
worktop above the drawer, the bottom
cover of the hob must be covered with
a wooden panel or protective board for
ceramic hobs.
Installing hob in kitchen cabinet worktop
above oven.
Do not install the hob above the oven without ventilation.
Route electrical lead so that it does not touch the lower guard.
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INSTALLATION
Installing PB*4VQ247C2F hob - bracket
•
Use four “A” brackets for 38 mm thick worktops. Fit the hob into worktop opening as shown
on figure2 and 3. To properly secure hob in 28 mm thick worktop, use four 15x15x50 mm
wooden blocks in addition to “A” brackets. Fit the hob into worktop opening as shown on
figure 4 and 5.
• Check if adhesive seal is properly applied to the hob’s flange. Loosely attach fixing brackets
to the bottom of the hob
• Remove dust from the worktop, insert hob into the opening and press in firmly,
• Position fixing brackets perpendicularly to the hob’s edge and tighten firmly.
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4
4
5
4
15
5
1
2
3
1
6
2
3
1.worktop
2.screw
3.
fixing bracket
4.hob
5.seal
6.
wooden block
1.worktop
2.screw
3.
fixing bracket
4.hob
5.seal
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15
5
560
min
50
min
50
560
270
50
490
490
320
416
min
60
min
60
466
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50
INSTALLATION
Electrical connection
Warning: This appliance must be earthed.
The appliance must be installed by a competent electrician using a double pole control
unit of 40 ampere minimum capacity with
3 mm minimum contact separation at all
poles.
We recommend that the appliance is connected by a qualified electrician who is member
of the N.C.E.I.C. and who will comply with
the I.E.E. and local regulation.
220-240V 1N~
● Access to the main terminal is gained
by opening the terminal block cover at
the rear of the appliance (use a small
flat-bladed screwdriver).
● Connection shuld be made with 4 mm2
twin and earth cable.
● First strip the wires, then push the cablethrough the cable clamp in the terminal
block cover.
● Connect the cable to the terminal block
and tighten the cable clamp screw (see
diagram).
● Ensure the cable exits through the cable
grip clamping on the outer sheath of the
cable and fix in place by tightening the
fixing screw.
● Ensure all screws are adequately tightened. Do not over tighten as you may risk
damaging the screw threads.
● Close the terminal box, ensuring that the
cover is engaged on the locking tabs.
● The supply cable must be positioned
away from any hot parts of the rear of
the appliance. If this cannot be done
then another method of protecting the
supply cable from the hot parts must be
used i.e. Heat resistant sleeving or high
temperature cables.
L - Live (Red or Brown)
N - Neutral (Black or Blue)
PE - Earth (Green/Yellow or sleeving)
Grounding lead must be connected to screw
with
symbol.
The power supply cable must have these
minimum requirements:
- Type: HO5VV-F (PVC insulated and
sheathed flexible cable)
- 3 cores x 4 mm2 .
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OPERATION
Before using the appliance for the first time
● Thoroughly clean your ceramic hob first. The ceramic hob should be treated with the
same care as a glass surface.
● Switch on the ventilation in the room or open a window, as the appliance could emit
an unpleasant smell during first use.
● Operate the appliance while observing all safety guidelines.
The ceramic hob is equipped with electronic touch control sensor fields, which are
operated by touching the marked area with a finger.
Each time a sensor field is touched, an acoustic signal can be heard.
When changing the heat setting, attention should be paid that only one sensor field at a
time is touched. When two or more sensor fields are touched at the same time (except
when a cooking zone is switched off), the appliance ignores the control signals and may
trigger a fault indication if sensor fields are touched for a long time.
Choice of cookware
There is specially tested cookware available for cooking and baking in cookers with ceramic
hob. Follow the instructions of their manufacturer.
Cookware with aluminium or copper base can leave stains, which very difficult to remove.
Particular caution is advised in the case of enamel-painted cookware, which could cause
irreparable damage when contents off accidentally. To achieve optimal energy use, the
optimal cooking times and to prevent seething food from getting burned on the hob, please
follow these guidelines.
Cookware base:
Cookware should have always a stable, flat base. Base with sharp edges, burrs and the
charred remains of food may scratch the ceramic hob!
Cookware size:
Cookware diameter should correspond as closely as possible the diameter of the hob cooking
zone.
Cookware lid:
Lid prevents heat from escaping and thus reduces heating time and lowers energy consumption.
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OPERATION
Control Panel
When the cooking surface is connected to the electricity mains, the pilot light should light up
briefly above the child lock sensor field (6), after which the appliance can be switched on.
No objects should be placed on the sensor fields (this could cause an error).
Touch sensor fields should be always kept clean.
Switching on the appliance
When the appliance is switched off then all the cooking zones are disconnected and the
indicators are off. Touch the on/off sensor field (1) to switch on the appliance. „0” will appear
on all cooking zone displays (3) for 10 seconds. After selecting a desired cooking zone by
touching the cooking zone selector sensor field (2) (see „Setting the heating power”), now the
desired heat setting can be selected using the (+)(5) or (-)(4) sensor fields .
If none of the sensor fields is touched within 10 seconds, the appliance switches itself off.
If child lock function is activated, the appliance cannot be switched on (see
„Releasing the child lock”).
Switching on the cooking zones
After switching on the appliance using the on/off sensor field (1) cooking zones can be operated as
follows:
1. Select the desired cooking zone using the cooking zone selector sensor field (2). (Sensor field layout
reflects the layout of individual cooking zones),
2. Set the desired heat setting using the (+)(5) or (-)(4) sensor fields,
3. To change the heat setting again as described in point 1, select the desired cooking zone using the
cooking zone selector sensor field (2), and then set the desired heat setting using the (+)(5) or (-)(4)
sensor fields.
If none of the sensor fields is touched within 10 seconds, the cooking zone
switches off.
A cooking zone is active when a dot is displayed by the number „ ” on the
cooking zone display. This indicates a cooking zone is ready for the heat setting
to be set or changed.
Setting the heating power
In order to set the heat setting, first select the desired cooking zone using the cooking zone
selector sensor (2). Then, when the cooking zone display (3) shows „
”, start setting the
desired heat setting using the (+)(5) or (-)(4) sensor field.
If you do not wish the automatic warm-up function to operate, start the heat setting
selection by touching the (+)(5) sensor field first. You can then gradually increase the
heat setting by operating the (+)(5) sensor field, or lower the heat setting by operating
the (-)(4) sensor field.
If, however, you do wish to cook using the automatic warm-up function, start heat
setting selection by touching the (-)(4) sensor first.
(see „Automatic warm-up function”).
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OPERATION
Automatic warm-up function
Each cooking zone is equipped with an automatic warm-up function. When this is activated,
then the given cooking zone is switched on at full
power for a time depending on the heat setting
selected, and is then switched back to the heat
setting originally set.
Activate the automatic warm-up function by
setting the desired heat setting by touching the
(-)(4) sensor field first. Then the heat setting
„9”. Then touch the sensor (+) (5). Then the
heat setting „9” is displayed intermittently on
the cooking zone display (3) with the letter “A”
for around 10 seconds.
If you start to select the heat setting within 10
seconds by touching the (-)(4) sensor field, then
the automatic warm-up function is activated and
the letter „A” is displayed intermittently with the
cooking zone’s heat setting selected for as long
as the function is activated.
The cooking heat setting can be now changed at
any moment using the method described above
in the „Setting the heating power” section.
Cooking heat
setting
Fast cooking time
(min)
1
1
2
3
3
4,8
4
6,5
5
8,5
6
2,5
7
3,5
8
4,5
9
-
If you do not start to select the heat setting within 10 seconds, then the letter
„A” vanishes and the automatic warm-up function is inactive.
If you do not wish the automatic warm-up function to operate, start selecting
the heat setting by touching the (+)(5) sensor field.
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OPERATION
Switching off selected cooking zone
Selected cooking zone may be switched off in the following way:
1. Select the desired cooking zone using the cooking zone selection sensor field (2).
2. Then simultaneously touch (+)(5) and (-)(4) sensor fields, or use the (-)(4) sensor field to
lower the setting to „0”.
The letter „H” appears on the indicator symbolising residual heat.
The child lock function
The child lock function, which is activated by touching the child lock sensor field (6), protects
the appliance from being unintentionally operated or switched on by children or pets.
Setting the child lock function when all cooking zones are switched off („0” is displayed on all
cooking zone displays) protects the cooking surface from inadvertent operation. The appliance
can be operated once the child lock function is released.
When the mains power is off, the child lock function is automatically deactivated.
Setting the child lock
To set the child lock function touch the child lock sensor field (6) until the pilot light (6) comes
on.
An acoustic signal is heard briefly when the pilot light comes on.
Releasing the child lock
To release the child lock function touch the child lock sensor field (7) until the pilot light (7)
goes out. An acoustic signal is heard briefly when the pilot light goes out.
Setting and releasing the child lock is possible when the appliance is switched
on or cooking zone displays (3) indicate „0”.
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OPERATION
Residual heat indicator
Heat energy that remains accumulated in the cooking zone after cooking is called the residual heat. The appliance displays two different levels of residual heat. When a cooking zone
temperature is above 60°C and the cooking zone or the appliance is switched off, the relevant
cooking zone display will show the letter „H”. Residual heat indication is displayed as long as
the cooking zone temperature exceeds 60°C. When a cooking zone temperature is between
45°C and 60°C, the relevant cooking zone display will show the letter „h” indicating low residual
heat. When a cooking zone temperature is below 45°C the residual heat indication is turned
off. In the event of power outage when residual heat above 60°C is indicated, the residual
heat indicator will flash when power is resorted. Residual heat indicator continue to flash until
the maximum cooling time has elapsed or the cooking zone is selected and used.
When residual heat indicator is
on, do not touch the cooking
zone as there is a risk of burns
and do not place on it any
items sensitive to heat!
During failure of power supply
„H” residual heat indicator is not
displayed. However, cooking zones may still be hot!
Limiting the operating time
In order to increase efficiency, the cooking
surface is fitted with a operating time limiter
for each of the cooking zones. The maximum
operating time is set according to the last heat
setting selected.
If you do not change the heat setting for a long
time (see table) then the associated cooking
zone is automatically switched off and the
residual heat indicator is activated. However,
you can switch on and operate individual cooking zones at any time in accordance with
the operating instructions.
Cooking heat
setting
Maximum operating time (hours)
10
18
1
10
2
6
3
5
4
5
5
4
6
1,5
7
1,5
8
1,5
9
1,5
OPERATION
Keeping food warm
Keep warm function allows for keeping food warm on a cooking zone. The selected cooking zone
operates at a low heat setting. Cooking zone’s heat setting is automatically adjusted so that food
temperature is kept at a constant temperature of 65°C. Thanks to this, ready to serve, warm food
retains its taste and does not stick to the pot’s bottom. This function can be also used to melt
butter or chocolate.
Keep warm setting is an additional heat setting available between „0” and „1” and is indicated
on the display as „
”.
The keep warm function „
„1”.
” is activated when heat setting is lowered below
Switching off the appliance
The cooking surface operates when at least one cooking zone is on. Pressing the on/off
sensor field (1) switches off the appliance, and the letter „H” for residual heat appears on the
cooking zone display (3).
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CLEANING AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Daily cleaning and proper maintenance
have crucial impact on the durability of your
ceramic plate.
Clean the ceramic plate observing
the same rules as for glass. Never
use abrasive or aggressive cleaning agents, scrubbing powders or
scratching sponges.
Cleaning the plate after every use
Removal of stains
• Wipe off slight, not-burnt patches of
dirt using damp cloth without cleaning
agent. Washing liquid can cause blue
di­sco­lo­ra­tion to appear on the plate. The
stub­born stains often cannot be re­mo­
ved after first cleaning, even if special
cleaning agents are used.
• Remove larger patches of dirt, stron­
gly sticking to the plate using sharp
scrap­per and wipe off the sur­fa­ce with
a damp cloth.
• Li­ght pearly stains (aluminium re­si­du­
es) can be removed from cooled plate
using special cleaning agents. Cal­ca­
re­ous re­si­du­es (i.e. boiled over wa­ter)
can be re­mo­ved with vinegar or spe­cial
cle­aning agents.
• Do not switch off the hotplate when re­mo­
ving sugar, sugar-containing food, plastic
or aluminium foil! Immediately scrape off
the residuals (when still hot) from the
hotplate using a sharp scrap­per. When
the dirt is removed you can switch off
the plate and clean it again after cooling
down using special cleaning agents.
Special cleaning agents can be bought in
supermarkets, special electromechanical
shops, drugstores and shops with kitchen
appliances. Sharp scrappers can be bought
in DIY shops, shops with building tools and
painting accessories.
Cleaning scrapper
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CLEANING AND ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Never apply cleaning agent on a hot hotplate.
Leave the cleaning agent to dry and then
wipe it off with a wet cloth. Any residuals of
cleaning agents should be wiped off with a
damp cloth before heating the plate for the
next time, as otherwise they can have caustic
effect.
Caution!
If from any reason you are not
able to control the switched on
plate, switch off the main switch
or screw out the fuse and call the
Customer Service.
Caution!
Should cracks or splits appear on
the surface of your ceramic plate,
immediately disconnect the plate
from the mains (by switching off
the fuse or unplugging the plug)
and call the Customer Service.
Failure to observe the ceramic plate maintenance instructions can result in losing
your warranty rights!
Periodic inspections
In addition to current maintenance and care,
the following shall be arranged for:
• Periodic inspections of control elements
and units of the cooktop. Upon expiration
of the warranty, service department shall
be ordered technical inspections of the
appliance at least once every two years.
• All operation faults must be repaired.
• Cooktop units shall be maintained according to the maintenance schedule.
Note!
Installation work and repairs should only be performed by a service
department or a qualified technician in accordance with all applicable codes and standards.
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURE
Every time when emergency situation occurs you should:
● switch off the working assemblies of the plate
● disconnect power supply
● call in the service
● as some minor faults can be removed by the user in accordance with the be­low specified
instructions, before calling the Customer Service please go thro­ugh the Table checking
every point.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
1.The appliance is not wor­ - power supply failure
king
ACTION
-check the in-house electric
sys­tem fuse, replace if ne­
ces­sa­ry
2. The appliance does not -control panel has not been - switch it on
re­spond to the entered set- switched on
tings
- sensors have been to­uched - touch the sensors for a bit
for less than one se­cond
lon­ger
- several sensors have been - always touch only one sen­
to­uched at the same time
sor (except when switching
off a hotplate)
3.The appliance does not - children lock has been
re­spond and emits a short activated
si­gnal
- switch off the children lock
4.The appliance does not -improper operation (im­pro­per - again activate the plate
re­s pond and emits a long sen­sors have been to­uched
si­gnal
or pro­per sensors have been
touched for too short time
- covered or dirty sensor - uncover or clean the sen­
(sen­sors)
sors
5.The whole appliance swit­ - no settings have been en­ - again switch on the control
ches off
te­red within 10 seconds from panel and im­me­dia­te­ly enter
swit­ching the plate on
the settings
- covered or dirty sensor - uncover or clean the sen­
(sen­sors)
sors
6. One heating zone switches off, and ”H” is on the
display.
- limited time of operation
- again switch on the hot­
pla­te
- covered or dirty sensor - uncover or clean the sen­
(sen­sors)
sors
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURE
PROBLEM
CAUSE
ACTION
7.Residual temperature in­di­ - power supply fa­ilu­re, the -the residual temperature in­
ca­tor is not lighted although ap­plian­ce has been di­scon­ di­ca­tor will work again after
the hot­pla­tes are still hot
nec­ted from the mains
swit­ching the control panel
on and off.
8. Crack in the ceramic
plate
9. If the fault still remains
Danger! Immediately disconnect the ceramic plate
from the mains (fuse) and call the nearest Customer Service Centre.
Disconnect the ceramic plate from the mains (fuse)
and call the nearest Customer Service Centre.
Important!
You are the person responsible for proper condition and
operation of the appliance in your household. If you call
the Service for a fault which resulted from improper operation, you will be charged with the costs of the visit even
during the period of warranty. We shall not be held liable
for damages caused by a failure to observe this Manual.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Rated voltage:
220-240V 1N ~50Hz
Rated power:
6,5 kW
Model:
PB*4VQ247C2F
- hotplate: 1 x Ø 145 mm
1,2 kW
- hotplate: 1 x Ø 180 mm
1,8 kW
- hotplate: 1 x Ø 210 mm
2,3 kW
Dimensions:
575 x 505 x 50;
Weight:
ca. 7,8 kg;
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