GAS OVEN RANGE
LIMITED WARRANTY
All equipment which is sold under ANVIL trademark and used for
commercial purposes is warranted against defects in materials and
workmanship. The warranty runs for one year from the date of original installation and is for the benefit of the original purchaser only.
All other Warranties ,expressed or implied , statutory or otherwise,
including without limitations any implied Warranty of Merchantability
or fitness for purpose are excluded .The Seller shall in no event be
liable for direct,indirect or consequential damages in connection with
ANVIL commercial products.
The Sellers obligation under this Warranty is limited to the repair of defects without charge. Defective units must be taken or
shipped,transportation charges prepaid,to ANVIL.
This Warranty is not effective if damage occurs because of
accident,carelessness,improper installation,lack of proper setup,supervision when required or if the equipment is installed or
operated in any manner contrary to the installation and operating
instructions. In these cases,repairs will be made at a reasonable
cost. Work performed by unauthorized personnel or unauthorized
service agencies using non Anvil spares voids this Warranty.
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4-INS-COA3004R01
INSTALLATION OPERATION AND CARE OF
GAS OVEN RANGE
MODEL: COA3004 R01/COA3006 R01/COA6004 R00
UNPACKING
MODEL 4 BURNER FLAT TOP GAS OVEN
MODEL CODE : COA6004 R00
Unpack the product and check for any damage incurred during
transit. This should be reported to the responsible carrier, railway or
postal authority, and a request for a damage report should be made.
THESE INSTRUCTIONS
GUARANTEE OUR FULL
PROTECTING AGAINST
THE FORM FOR FILING
BY THE CARRIER.
MUST BE FOLLOWED FOR US TO
SUPPORT OF YOUR CLAIM FOR
LOSS FROM CONCEALED DAMAGE.
SUCH A CLAIM WILL BE PROVIDED
These appliances are intended for use with LPG at a pressure of
2.8kPa.
Regulators used with this appliance must comply to SANS 1237 and
be approved by the LPGASA. Only regulators certified for operation
at 2.8kPa must be used on these appliances.
GENERAL INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. This appliance should only be used in a WELL – VENTILATED
ROOM. Adequate ventilation allows for the removal of the
products of combustion and allows the entry of replacement air.
2. This appliance has a factory set fixed primary air intake and
no adjustment is necessary. No adjustments to jets or air intakes
should be undertaken unless carried out by a factory approved
agent.
3. The Installation of appliances may only be carried out by a registered installer and such installations shall comply with the requirements of SANS 10087-1
4. Make sure that all connections are gas tight by brushing with
a soapy water or liquid detergent (a gas leak will form bubbles).
If bubbles form, close cylinder valve and hand tighten all fittings
again. IF BUBBLES STILL FORM, DO NOT USE THE APPLIANCE.
Have a dealer check the appliance.
5. When igniting the pot burner depress the knob of the desired
burner and ignite the gas using a suitable lighter. Thereafter the
burner can be set to the desired heat between ‘LOW’ and ‘HIGH’
on the scale.
Part
No.
1
Description
TOP GRATE
2
DRIP PAN
3
CONTROL VALVE
4
FRONT PANEL
5
FACIA PANEL
6
CONTROL KNOB
7
FAT TRAY
8
VITREOUS ENAMELLED TRAY
9
IGNITION
10
FAT TRAY
11
CABINET DOOR
12
DOOR HANDLE NODE
13
CABINET DOOR HANDLE TUBE
14
OVEN DOOR HANDLE TUBE
15
EXTERIOR OVEN DOOR
16
INTERIOR OVEN DOOR
17
DOOR HINGE
18
FRONT CROSS SUPPORT ANGLE
19
RUBBER DOOR SEAL
20
PIEZZO SPARK PLUG
21
OVEN PILOT BURNER
22
THERMOCOUPLE
23
RHS SHELF SUPPORT
24
THUMB SCREW
25
OVEN BURNER
26
CHROME PLATED STEEL WIRE SHELF
27
ADJUSTABLE FEET
28
OVEN BURNER JET SLEEVE
29
OVEN NOZZLE
30
IGNITION WIRE
31
PILOT BURNER PIPE
32
OVEN JET PIPE
33
MANIFOLD
34
CONTROL VALVE COUPLING
35
BURNER PIPE
36
JET HOLDER
37
JET
38
BURNER
39
MANIFOLD COUPLING
40
OUTER ENCLOSURE
41
FLAT TOP GRILLER MODULE UNIT
42
BURNER BOX
43
BACK PANEL
44
FLUE GRATE
45
THERMOSTAT
46
BURNER SHUTTER
47
CAST ANGLE MANIFOLD
48
STOVE BURNER GASKET
49
CONTROL VALVE COUPLING
50
RIGHT BACK BURNER PIPE
51
90° SPUD ELBOW
52
STOVE PILOT BURNER JET HOLDER
53
RIGHT FONT BURNER PIPE
54
LEFT BACK BURNER PIPE
55
LEFT FRONT BURNER PIPE
56
STOVE GAS BURNER HEAVY DUTY
THIS APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE USED IN BASEMENTS
OR IN ROOMS LESS THAN 15 CUBIC METRES IN
VOLUME. (TYPICALLY 2.6M SQUARE)
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MODEL:4 BURNER FLAT TOP GAS OVEN
MODEL CODE:6004 R00
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
4 BURNER AND FLAT TOP GAS GRILL/GAS OVEN
COA6004 R00
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14.
The oven is fitted with a piezo igniter and a flame failure valve.
To ignite the pilot flame depress the oven control knob and
turn it to the * (spark) position. Operate the piezo starter
located at the side of the knob. Continue depressing the knob
until the ignitor lights the pilot burner. The pilot is visible via
the sliding cover located in the bottom plate of the oven. Hold
the knob in for approximately 30 sec. to allow the flame failure
valve to activate. There after set the oven to the desired
temperature.
In the event of burn back, where the flame burns back and
ignites at the jet, immediately turn off the gas supply by first
closing the control valve on the gas cylinder and then the appliance valve. After the flame is extinguished, remove the gas
regulator and check the condition of its seal, replace the seal
if in doubt. Re-light the appliance as described in Section 5
above. Should the flame light back persistently, return the product to your authorized ANVIL repair agent.
To re-light the burner, follow the procedure as in paragraph 5
and 6 above.
Before cooking with the appliance for the first time, turn the
controls to the maximum heat and allow the unit to BURN IN
for approximately 20 minutes.
You will notice smoke appearing due to the protective coating
burning off. THIS IS NORMAL.
After the burn-in time has elapsed, turn the control valve knobs
down to the required operating setting.
To switch off this appliance, push and simultaneously turn the
control knobs to the ‘O’ position and close the valve on the gas
cylinder by turning the hand wheel in a CLOCK WISE direction.
To change pot burner valve setting from the ‘HIGH’ position to
the ‘LOW’ or another position push and simultaneously turn
valve knob.
This unit is provided with adjustable levelling feet to ensure that
the level of the top can be adjusted to be horizontal
The unit is supplied with a drip tray located below the control
panel. Slide out this tray for cleaning. The cast pot stands and
the enamel drip tray can also be easily removed for cleaning.
MODEL 6 BURNER GAS OVEN
MODEL CODE : COA3006 R01
REMOVAL AND ASSEMBLY OF BURNER PLATES
1. Remove the loose fitting cast iron pot stands which fit into the
recess in the stove top panel (see diagram below)
2. Lift out the loose fitting drip pans which are positioned in the recess in the stove top panel. Note the orientation of the raised
cover is always to the inside.
3. Remove the casting burner assembly.
4. To reassemble, replace the burner casting assembly first, then
position the drip pans with the raised cover to the inside,and
then position the cast iron pot stands into the recess
COA3004
COA3006
BURNER CASTING
DRIP PAN
STOVE TOP PANEL
STOVE TOP PANEL
CAST IRON GRATE
COA6004
BURNER CASTING
DRIP PAN
STOVE TOP PANEL
CAST IRON GRATE
Part
No.
Description
1
TOP GRATE
2
DRIP PAN
3
CONTROL VALVE
4
FRONT PANEL
5
FACIA PANEL
6
CONTROL KNOB
7
THERMOSTAT
8
IGNITION
9
RUBBER DOOR SEAL
10
FRONT CROSS SUPPORT ANGLE
11
DOOR HINGE
12
FAT TRAY
13
VITREOUS ENAMELLED TRAY
14
CABINET DOOR
15
DOOR HANDLE NODE
16
CABINET DOOR HANDLE TUBE
17
OVEN DOOR HANDLE TUBE
18
EXTERIOR OVEN DOOR
19
INTERIOR OVEN DOOR
20
CHROME PLATED STEEL WIRE SHELF
21
LHS SHELF SUPPORT
22
PIEZZO SPARK PLUG
23
OVEN PILOT BURNER
24
THERMOCOUPLE
25
STOVE PILOT BURNER JET HOLDER
26
THUMB SCREW
27
RHS SHELF SUPPORT
28
OVEN BURNER
29
ADJUSTABLE FEET
30
INJECTOR TUBE
31
OVEN NOZZLE
32
IGNITION WIRE
33
PILOT BURNER PIPE
34
OVEN JET PIPE
35
MANIFOLD
36
MANIFOLD COUPLING
37
MAIN BODY
38
FLUE GRATE
39
BURNER (LARGE)
40
BURNER MIXTURE TUBE (LARGE)
41
BURNER (SMALL)
42
BURNER MIXTURE TUBE (SMALL)
43
LEFT BACK BURNER PIPE
44
CENTER BACK BURNER PIPE
45
RIGHT BACK BURNER PIPE
46
BURNER SHUTTER
47
NUT FOR NOZZEL
48
90° SPUD ELBOW
49
LEFT FRONT BURNER PIPE
50
CENTER FRONT BURNER PIPE
51
CONTROL VALVE COUPLING
EXPLODED DIAGRAM
6 BURNER GAS STOVE/OVEN
COA3006 R01
TIP : COOKING AT A HIGHER TEMPERATURE
WILL NOT REDUCE YOUR COOKING TIME !
IT WILL PRODUCE UNSATISFACTORY BAKING
AND ROASTING RESULTS.
OPERATING AND COOKING HINTS FOR GAS OVEN
Cooking is not an exact science. Due to many variables such as size
and quantity of food, temperature of food, etc. However, the following tips may prove to be helpful:
1. ALWAYS PREHEAT OVEN FOR A MINIMUM OF 10 MINUTES.
1. Shelf positions – When cooking larger volume foods, it may not
be appropriate to use all the shelves. Use the shelf positions that
best centre the food in the oven. You may use a sheet pan as a
drip tray on the bottom of the oven.
3. Warming – Set temperatures around 80ºC.
4. Re-heating – If food is frozen, cook longer at lower tempera
tures. This will ensure that food is heated evenly and prevent
food fillings from being served too hot. For proper food safety,
be sure that internal temperature of reheated food reaches at
least 74ºC. For best results it is recommended that the food be
defrosted prior to re-heating.
5. For even cooking – Always space food evenly on your cooking
pans, space pans evenly in the oven, and leave space be
tween shelves for effective heat distribution.
6. When preparing meat – Always put a sheet pan on the bottom of
the oven cavity to catch any spillage.
7. DO NOT cover any part of the oven or a sheet pan used as drip
tray with aluminium foil.
8 The more food in the oven at one time, the longer the cooking
time.
SPECIFIC OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR MODEL COA6004
1. This unit is fitted with 4 pot burners and a flat top grill plate.
2. A piezo igniter and flame failure valve are provided for this plate
ONLY.
3. Operate the piezo igniter located adjacent to the gas control
knob at the same time depress the gas control knob and turn to
the fully on position. Continue operating the igniter and depressing the gas control knob until ignition occurs. Thereafter
stop operating the igniter and continue depressing the gas control knob for approximately 30 seconds to allow the flame failure
valve to activate. Release the knob and turn to the desired temperature setting.
MODEL: 4 BURNER GAS OVEN
WARNING
Burn Hazard.
Do not touch hot food,liquid or heating surfaces
while equipment is heating or operating
Hot surfaces and food can burn skin. Allow the hot surfaces to cool
before handling
DAILY CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
1. Remove large pieces of food residue and carefully scrape spillover from the drip tray located below the burner top.
2. Wash all surfaces with hot soapy water solution. DO NOT use
harsh abrasives on any portion of the stainless or coated sur
faces.
3. Cast iron pot stands should be scraped with a wire brush frequently, and periodically soaked in a hot water solution to re
move grease from the pores of the cast iron. Never expose the
grates to extreme heat for the purpose of burning off excess fat.
This practice will shorten the life of the grate.
THIS APPLIANCE SHOULD NOT BE CLEANED WITH A
WATER JET OR IMMERSED IN WATER.
CLEAN THE STAINLESS STEEL PARTS WITH WATER
AND SOAP. AVOID THE USE OF DETERGENTS
CONTAINING ABRASIVE SUBSTANCES. ALWAYS
RINSE WELL AND DRY CAREFULLY AFTER
CLEANING. DO NOT USE PRODUCTS CONTAINING
AGGRESSIVE CHEMICALS, ACIDS OR PRODUCTS
WITH CHLORINE TO CLEAN THE STAINLESS STEEL
EVEN IF DILUTED
MODEL CODE : COA3004 R01
Part
No.
Description
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TOP GRATE
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FLUE GRATE
DRIP PAN
CONTROL VALVE
FRONT PANEL
FACIA PANEL
CONTROL KNOB
THERMOSTAT
IGNITION
RUBBER DOOR SEAL
FRONT CROSS SUPPORT
DOOR HINGE
FAT TRAY
VITREOUS ENAMELLED TRAY
DOOR HANDLE NODE
OVEN DOOR HANDLE TUBE
EXTERIOR OVEN DOOR
INTERIOR OVEN DOOR
CHROME PLATED STEEL WIRE SHELF
LHS SHELF SUPPORT
THUMB SCREW
OVEN PILOT BURNER
PIEZZO SPARK PLUG
THERMOCOUPLE
RHS SHELF SUPPORT
RHS SHELF SUPPORT
OVEN BURNER
ADJUSTABLE FEET
INJECTOR TUBE
OVEN NOZZEL
IGNITION WIRE
PILOT BURNER PIPE
OVEN JET PIPE
MANIFOLD
SAFTY THERMOSTAT COUPLING
MAIN BODY
RIGHT BACK BURNER PIPE
RIGHT FRONT BURNER PIPE
LEFT BACK BURNER PIPE
STOVE JETS
STOVE JET HOLDER
LEFT FRONT BURNER PIPE
CONTROL VALVE COUPLING
BURNER SHUTTER
STOVE BURNER GASKET
CAST ANGLE MANIFOLD
STOVE GAS BURNER HEAVY DUTY
MAINTENANCE
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EXPLODED DIAGRAM
4 BURNER GAS STOVE/OVEN
COA3004 R01
There are no predetermined maintenance intervals for this appliance
however the following should be observed.
1. Inspect hoses and replace if they are not in order, before us
ing the appliance as cracked and perished hoses can be danger
ous replace if necessary with hoses as detailed in point 5.
2. Allow the appliance to cool sufficiently before attempting any
maintenance.
3. The appliance is fitted with a jet to regulate the correct amount
of gas. The small hole in the jet may become blocked, result
ing in a small flame or no flame on the burner. To clean, unscrew
it from the appliance Clean the jet by blowing the hexagon end,
or by using a jet cleaner. Do NOT attempt to clean the jet with
a sharp object, as this will damage the very small jet aperture
and cause the stove to malfunction. If the jet still does not func
tion, replace it with a new jet of the correct size. To re-assemble,
reverse the above procedures.The same procedure applies if the
pilot burner jet becomes blocked
4. Check that the flexible hose is completely connected over the
nozzles at each end of the tubing and that it is held firmly in
place by hose clamps. Examine the flexible hose regularly, at
least each time the gas cylinder is changed and ask your dealer
to fit a new LPG hose if it becomes perished, worn or damaged.
5. Only LPG hose that complies with SANS 1156-2 or BS 3212 may
be used with this appliance.
6. Trouble Shooting
• A normal flame is blue and may have an orange or yellow tip. If
the flame is completely yellow, it may be that the jet is not
securely fitted. Re-tighten to give a gas tight seal. An over-filled
gas cylinder can also cause large yellow flames. Cylinder should
be returned to filling station and checked by weight.
• Check that the primary air supply apertures in the burners are
clear and free of obstructions.
• If the flame power drops or the gas will not light, check that the
gas cylinder still contains gas (shake to hear the noise made by
the liquid).If there is still gas,the jet might have become blocked
or partially blocked.
• If you suspect a blocked jet, follow the instruction in Section 3
above.
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When this unit is to be positioned in close proximity to a wall,
partitions, kitchen furniture, decorative finishes, etc. it is
recommended that they be made of non-combustible material.
If not, they shall be clad with a suitable non-combustible heat
insulating material, and the closest attention be paid to fire
prevention regulations.
Do not use an appliance that is damaged, leaking or which does
not operate properly.
Ensure that the gas cylinder is connected or changed in well
ventilated area,preferably outdoor, away from any source of
ignition as open flames, and away from other people.
Keep gas cylinder away from heat and flames. Do not place on a
stove or any other hot surface.
Ensure that the assembled unit is stable and does not rock.
Do not cover or change the primary air supply apertures in the
burner as this will affect the performance of the product and
may lead to unstable flames.
If there is a leak on your appliance (smell of gas), turn off the
gas supply, first at the control valve on the cylinder and then on
your appliance by turning the control knobs fully clockwise.
If you wish to check for leaks on your appliance, do it outside.
Do not try to detect leaks using a flame. The correct way is to
smear the joint with soapy water. If bubbles form, then there is
a gas leak. Immediately turn off the gas supply first closing
the control valve on the gas cylinder and then the appliance
valve Check that all the connections are properly filtered. Recheck with soapy water. If a gas leak persists, return the
product to your dealer for inspection/repair.
Do not modify the appliance or use it for anything other than
what it has been designed.
During use, part of the appliance will become hot, particularly
the cooking areas and top. Avoid touching hot parts with your
bare hands. The use of oven gloves is recommended.
Keep young children away from the appliance at all times.
This appliance consumes oxygen and needs ventilation for
optimum performance and for the safety of those in close
proximity.
780
1.
990
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE. FAILURE TO
FOLLOW THESE PRECAUTIONS COULD RESULT IN INJURY TO
YOURSELF AND OTHERS
POSITIONING DIAGRAM
4 BURNER AND FLAT TOP GAS GRILL/
GAS OVEN
COA6004 R00
1046
SAFETY
EMERGENCY DRILL:
It is recommended that commercial kitchens have a suitable placed
and sized fire extinguisher.
POSITIONING DIAGRAM
6 BURNER GAS OVEN
COA3006 R01
NOTE: Keep kitchen clean, particularly from fatty build up, especially in the vent ducting, as this is frequently the point of ignition.
IF YOU SHOULD SMELL GAS:
900
* Turn off gas supply at cylinder. * Extinguish open flames
* DO NOT switch electrical * Move cylinder outside if safe
equipment ON or OFF
* Look for leaks with soapy water
* Open all doors and windows
* No smoking
to increase ventilation.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE USER
780
1046
This appliance may only be installed by a registered LP Gas
installer. All
registered installers are issued with a card carrying their registration
number. Ask to be shown the card before allowing the installation
to commence and make a note of the Installer QCC number. Upon
completion of the installation, the installer is required to explain the
operational details of the appliance together with the safety instructions. You will be asked to sign acceptance of the installation and be
provided with a completion certificate. You should only sign acceptance of the
installation when the installation is completed to your satisfaction.
Note that your invoice is required in the event that you wish to
make a guarantee claim.
POSITIONING DIAGRAM
4 BURNER GAS OVEN
COA3004 R01
900
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE INSTALLER
This appliance may only be installed by LP gas installer registered
with the LPGASA .The appliance must be installed with the requirements of SANS10087-1 and any fire department regulation and/or
local bylaws applicable to the area. If in doubt check with the relevant authority before undertaking the installation. Upon completion
of the installation you are required to fully explain and demonstrate
to the user the operational details and safety practises applicable to
the appliance and the installation.
DESCRIPTION OF MODELS
OVEN
(BTU)
POT BURNERS
TOTAL (BTU)
COA3004
4 BURNER OVEN
15700
104000
COA3006
6 BURNER OVEN
15700
156000
COA6004
4 BURNER & GRILL
TOP OVEN
15700
104000
GRILLER TOP
(BTU)
15400
780
DESCRIPTION
700
MODEL
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