Operating instructions Hg1654s/Hg1664s Hg1774s/Hg1774a

Operating instructions
Hg1654s/Hg1664s
Hg1774s/Hg1774a
Hg1984s/Hg1984a
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EN 3 - EN 29
CONTENTS
Your gas hob
Introduction
Description
Safety instructions
4
5-6
7-8
Controls
Igniting, adjusting and flame failure device
9
Comfortable cooking
Optimal use of the hob
Use of the auxiliary support
10
10
General
Stubborn stains on enamel
Stubborn stains on stainless steel
Cleaning the pan support
Brass wok burner parts
Cleaning removable burner components
Cleaning removable knobs
Keradur® burner bases
11
12
13
13
13
13
14
14
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Faults table
15 - 16
Installation instructions
General
Gas connection
Electrical connection
Building in
Building in dimensions
Space to be left free around the appliance
Install appliance and make connections
Gas information
17
17
18
19 - 20
21 - 24
25
25
26 - 28
Appendix
Disposal of packaging and appliance
Technical data
29
29
EN 3
YOUR GAS HOB
Introduction
You have chosen to cook with gas. You have therefore also chosen a
hob which offers optimum ease of use. The gas hob is easy to operate,
heats up quickly and is reliable. Furthermore, the gas flame can be
adjusted very accurately. Professional chefs don’t cook with gas for
nothing!
Thanks to the spacious positioning of the wok burner, a wok can be
used and leave minimal two burners free for the preparation of other
dishes.
By reading through these instructions you can find out quickly and
simply about the possibilities offered by your appliance. Advice on
safety and the maintenance of your appliance is included, as well as
environmental tips and ways of saving energy.
Do not throw away the instructions for use and the installation
instructions. Another user who takes on the appliance will find this
information useful.
Enjoy your cooking.
EN 4
YOUR GAS HOB
Description
Hob Hg1984s/Hg1984a
2
1
5
4
3
2
6
Hob Hg1664s
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
1
2
5
6
4
7
Simmer burner
Normal burner
Rapid burner
Wok burner
Pan support
Drip tray
EN 5
YOUR GAS HOB
Description
Hob Hg1774s / HG1774a
2
5
1
4
3
2
6
Hob Hg1654s
1
2
5
2
3
6
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
EN 6
Simmer burner
Normal burner
Rapid burner
2-Wok burner
Pan support
Drip tray
SAFETY
What you should pay attention to
• Ensure that there is adequate ventilation during use.
• Keep natural ventilation openings open.
• When using the hob for long periods, extra ventilation is necessary.
Open a window for instance or install a mechanical fan.
• Use the hob only for preparing dishes. The appliance is not suitable for
space heating.
• Never flambé under an extractor hood.
• The high flames can cause a fire, even if the fan is switched off.
• The burner parts are hot during and immediately after use. Do not
touch them, and avoid contact with non-heat-resistant materials.
• Never immerse hot burner parts in cold water. The rapid cooling can
damage the enamel.
• The distance from the pan to a knob or non-heat-resistant wall
should always be greater than two centimetres. In the case of smaller
distances the high temperature may cause the knobs or wall to
discolour and/or distort.
• Always use the pan supports and suitable cooking utensils.
• Always place the pan on the pan support. Placing the pan directly on
the burner head can result in dangerous situations.
• Aluminium trays or foil are not suitable as cooking utensils.
They can become burnt into the burners and pan supports.
• Installing burner parts and pan supports.
• The hob can only function effectively if the burner parts have
been assembled using the guide ridges.
• Ensure that the pan supports lie properly against each other
and flat on the drip tray. Only then can the pans be
positioned stably.
Safe use
• The device will become hot during use and will remain so for some
time after it has been switched off. So please be sure not to touch
the device while it is hot.
• Always wear oven gloves or use oven cloths when operating the
device. Keep oven gloves or oven cloths away from the flame.
• Do not warm closed tins and such like on the hob. There will be a
buildup of pressure that will cause tins to explode. You might get
injured or scalded.
• The device is not to be positioned nor used outdoors.
EN 7
SAFETY
• Do not use the device as a worktop. The device may be switched
on by accident or still be hot, which means objects could melt,
become hot or catch fire.
• Never cover the device with a cloth or something similar. If the
device is still hot or is switched on, there is a risk of fire.
• Be extra careful when using oils or fats. Overheated oil or fats may
catch fire. Risk of fire!
• Under no circumstances should you use water to try and extinguish
the flames if the oil or fat were to catch fire! Extinguish the flames
with a suitable lid, a damp cloth or some such object.
• Do not use or store flammable materials in the storage drawer
underneath the appliance.
• Do not modify this appliance.
• Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in
operation.
• Where the appliance is installed in marine craft or caravans it shall
not be used as a space heater.
Children
• This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
• Never let children play with this device. Children are not to be
allowed near the device unsupervised.
• The device will become hot during use and will remain hot for some
time after it has been switched off.
• Do not keep objects in cupboards above or behind the device that
children might find interesting.
• Children may sustain burns when they pull pots or pans off the
device. A special frame that stops children from getting close to the
device is available from the specialist dealer.
• If the safety instructions and warnings are not heeded, the
manufacturer can not be held liable for any consequential damage.
EN 8
CONTROLS
Igniting and adjusting
Each burner can be adjusted continuously between the high and low
positions.
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
3
2
0-setting
Burner indication
Low setting
High setting
4
Flame failure device
Your gas hob has a flame failure device. This ensures that the gas
supply is shut off if the flame goes out during cooking.
Operating the thermal flame failure device
Press the control knob and turn it anti-clockwise. Hold the control
knob pressed (in the high setting) for approximately 3 seconds after the
burner has ignited.
The flame failure device switches on.
EN 9
COMFORTABLE COOKING
Optimal use of the hob
Always ensure that the flames remain below the pan. If flames play
around the pan, a lot of energy is lost. In addition, the handles can get
too hot. Do not use pans with a base diameter less than 12 cm. Smaller
pans will not be stable.
Wrong
Right
• When frying, stir-frying, heating through large quantities and
deepfrying it is best to use the rapid or wok burner.
• Preparing sauces, simmering and boiling can be done best on the
simmer burner. On its high setting this burner is large enough for
cooking food right through.
• Cook with the lid on the pan. This way you save up to 50% energy.
• Use pans with a flat, clean, dry base. Pans with a flat base stand
stably and pans with a clean base transfer the heat more effectively
to the food.
Wokburner (type Hg1664s, 1774s/a and Hg1984s/a)
With the wok burner you can prepare dishes at a very high temperature.
For this purpose it is important:
• to cut the ingredients into strips, slices or pieces before cooking;
• to use good-quality oil, such as olive, maize, sunflower or peanut oil
when stir-frying. A small quantity is enough. Butter and margarine
on the other hand will burn because of the high heat;
• to place the dishes with the longest cooking time in the pan first, so
that at the end of the cooking time all ingredients are cooked
al dente at the same time.
Use of the auxiliary support
Hg1774s/HG1774a/Hg1984s/Hg1984a
• The auxiliary support supplied for the wok burner or available as
an accessory provides additional stability in case of a wok with a
round base.
• The auxiliary support for the wok has special recesses so it can be
positioned neatly on top of the standard wok pan support.
Hg1664s
• The auxiliary support supplied for the wok burner or available as an
• accessory provides additional stability in case of a wok with a flat
base.
EN 10
MAINTENANCE
General
Your appliance has been manufactured from high-grade materials,
which are easy for you to clean.
• Regular cleaning immediately after use prevents over-cooked food
being able to become ingrained and cause stubborn stains that are
difficult to remove. Use a mild cleaning agent.
• Clean the control knobs, burners and pan supports first and then
the stainless steel drip tray. This avoids the stainless steel drip tray
getting dirty again during cleaning.
• Clean the spark plugs preferably with a cloth. Do this carefully. the
spark plug can become defective. The sparkplug will only operate
correctly in a dry environment. If the plug is very dirty, you may
clean the point with a tiny brush.
• Set the pan supports down vertically, without sliding them over the
stainless steel drip tray.
• Place the pan supports back in the right order. The text ‘FRONT’
at the bottom of all pan supports helps positioning these parts (see
Hg1654/1774/1984).
Hg1654
Hg1774/1984
Hg1664
EN 11
MAINTENANCE
Assemble the burner parts using the guide ridges.
Wok burner
1
2
3
1. Burner cap outer ring
2. External torch head
3. Internal lid and torch
head
4. Gas base
5. Burner base
6. Sparkplug
7. Thermocouple
4
5
6
7
1
2
Simmer-, semi-rapid
and rapid burner
1. Burner head
2. Burner base
3. Sparkplug
4. Thermocouple
3
4
Stubborn stains on enamel
• Remove with a non-abrasive cream. Never use scouring powder,
scouring pads, sharp objects or aggressive cleansing agents.
EN 12
MAINTENANCE
Stubborn stains on stainless steel
• If spilled, acid fluids and sugary foodstuffs like red cabbage,
beetroot, soy sauce, applesauce and rhubarb may cause the
surface to discolour. Stubborn stains on stainless steel are best
removed with a cleaning agent for stainless steel. Always polish in
the direction of the steel structure to avoid shine spots. (This kind of
damage is not covered by the warranty!)
• If the above methods do not remove the stains, clean the plate with
a special cleaning agent for stainless steel. Remember to treat the
entire drip tray in order to avoid discolouring. Also, as a follow-up
treat the drip tray with a polish or maintenance agent for stainless
steel. Please note that over the years the surface will slightly
discolour.
Cleaning the pan support
• The enamel on the pan supports is suitable for cleaning by
dishwasher. However, the connection with the rubber feet is
not. Therefore do not clean the pan supports in the dishwasher.
Moreover, the pan supports might show some discoloration if they
were washed in the dishwasher. If the rubber feet are lost, the pan
support is likely to damage the drip tray.
Brass wok burner parts
• A few parts of the work burner are made from brass. It is normal
for the colour of the brass to change as a result of the high
temperatures that occur when cooking with a wok.
Cleaning removable burner components
• The removable burner components (including wok) are best cleaned
with a mild cleaning product and a soft cloth. In the case of
obstinate stains you can soak the parts in hot suds.
• Burner parts should not be cleaned in the dishwasher. The parts may
be damaged by the dishwasher detergent!
• Never use scouring powder, scouring pads, sharp objects or
aggressive cleansing agents.
EN 13
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning removable knobs
• If the knobs are very dirty, you can remove them temporarily to
clean them. The knobs are best cleaned with a mild cleaning
product and a soft cloth. Wearing rubber gloves makes it easier to
remove the knob!
Attention! Avoid an excess of moisture around the knob holes
when cleaning.
Keradur® burner bases
• The burner bases have a unique Keradur® surface coating. The
special dirt-repelling lacquer has a ceramic filling which makes
cleaning easier and substantially improves the durability of the
burners. The burner bases are best cleaned with a mild cleaning
product and a soft cloth.
EN 14
TROUBLESHOOTING
Faults table
If the appliance 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 mentioned below in the table or contact the Asko service
department (see guarantee card).
FAULT
CAUSE
SOLUTION
There is a smell of gas in the
vicinity of the appliance.
The gas connection of the gas
hob is leaking.
Turn off the gas mains.
Contact your gas fitter.
A burner does not ignite.
Plug not in socket.
Push the plug into the
socket.
Fuse defective/fuse in meter
cabinet switched off.
Fit a new fuse or switch the
automatic fuse back on.
Sparkplug dirty/damp.
Clean and dry the sparkplug.
Burner parts not correctly
installed.
Assemble the burner parts
using the centring ridges.
Burner parts dirty/damp.
Clean and dry the burner
parts, making sure that the
outflow holes are open.
Main gas tap closed.
Open the main gas tap.
Fault in the gas network.
Check with your gas
supplier.
Gas bottle or tank is empty.
Connect a new gas bottle or
have the tank filled.
Wrong type of gas used.
Check that the gas used is
suitable for the appliance. If
not, contact your gas fitter.
EN 15
TROUBLESHOOTING
FAULT
CAUSE
A burner does not ignite.
Control knob not kept pressed Keep the control knob pressed
in far enough.
in far enough between full and
low. At first use this can take
some more time because of the
gas supply.
The burner does not burn
evenly.
Burner parts incorrectly
installed.
Assemble the burner parts
using the centring ridges.
Burner parts dirty or damp.
Clean and dry the burner parts,
making sure that the outflow
holes are open.
Wrong type of gas used.
Check that the gas used is
suitable for the appliance.
If not, contact your gas fitter.
The burner goes out after
igniting.
EN 16
SOLUTION
Control knob not kept pressed Keep the control knob pressed
in long enough.
in for at least
5 seconds.
INSTALLATION
General
This appliance should only be connected by authorised personnel.
This appliance should be installed according to the requirements of the
local authority.
Caution!
The type of gas and the country for which the appliance has been
designed are indicated on the application identification card.
Please contact the ASKO service department if installation or
operational faults occur during installation.
This is a category 3 appliance.
Gas connection
The gas connection must comply with national and local
regulations.
• The hotplate can be connected with rigid pipe as specified in
AS/NZS 5601.1 table 3.1.
• The hotplate can be connected with a Flexible Hose, which
complies with AS/NZS 1869, 10 mm ID, class B or D, no more than
1.2 m long and in accordance with AS/NZS 5601.1. Ensure that
the Hose does not contact the hot surfaces of the hotplate, oven,
dishwasher or other appliance that may be installed underneath or
next to the hotplate.
Warning!
• Ensure that the hose assembly is restrained from accidental
contact with the flue or flue outlet of an underbench oven. The
hose should not be subjected to abrasion, kinking or permanent
deformation and should be able to be inspected along its entire
length. Unions compatible with the hose fittings must be used and
connections tested for gas leaks. The supply connection point shall
be accessible with the appliance installed.
• In all cases the connection tap for the appliance must be positioned
such that it is easily accessible.
• Before using the appliance for the first time check the connections
using water and washing-up liquid to ensure that there are no gas
leaks.
EN 17
INSTALLATION
Electrical connection
230 - 240V - 50Hz - 1.1 W
The electrical connection must comply with national and local
regulations.
• Wall socket and plug must be accessible at all times.
• If you want to make a fixed connection, ensure that a multi-pole
switch with a distance between contacts of 3 mm is installed in the
supply cable.
• Do not use an adapter or an extension lead to connect the
device to the electrical mains. Safe use of the device cannot be
guaranteed with these accessories.
Warning!
This appliance must be earthed.
Installation, maintenance or repairs should only be carried out by
professionals who are authorized by the manufacturer, as failure to do
so will void the warranty.
The device should be disconnected from the mains prior to installation,
maintenance or repairs. The device is only disconnected from the
electric power if:
• the main switch of the electrical wiring/installation in the house is
switched off, or
• the fuse for the electrical wiring/installation in the house has been
completely removed, or
• the plug has been pulled out of the socket.
Faulty parts may only be replaced by original Asko parts. Only those
parts are guaranteed by Asko to meet the safety requirements.
If the connecting cable is damaged, it may only be replaced by the
manufacturer, the manufacturer’s service organisation or equivalently
qualified persons, in order to avoid dangerous situations.
EN 18
INSTALLATION
Building in
Preparing the hob
Fit the elbow supplied on the appliance’s gas connection.
1/2” ISO 228 (straight)
1/2” EN 10226-1 (conical)
Sealing ring
Cut opening in worktop
Cut the opening in the worktop. This should be done very accurately
(see building in dimensions).
If the woodtop is made of treated wood, then coat the sawn surfaces
of the top with sealing varnish, to prevent moisture causing the top to
swell.
Attachment points for mounting brackets
See 1* in the illustrations of dimensions for Building in for the
attachment points for mounting brackets.
Screw hole for mounting
bracket
Thin worktops
Thick worktops
EN 19
INSTALLATION
Placing the sealing tape
Remove the protective foil from the sealing tape (A) and apply the tape
around the cut-out in the worktop.
A
EN 20
INSTALLATION
Building in dimensions
Hg1654s
600
526
43
600
560
490
60
1*
1*
20
G1/2’’
1*
1*
480
550
EN 21
INSTALLATION
Building in dimensions
Hg1774s
750
526
43
600
560
490
60
1*
1*
593
1*
1*
550
480
G1/2’’
EN 22
INSTALLATION
Building in dimensions
Hg1774a
750
526
43
600
490
690
60
1*
1*
1*
480
1*
20
680
G1/2’’
EN 23
INSTALLATION
Building in dimensions
Hg1664s
625
510
45
min. 50
490
560
Back
achterzijde
60
EN 24
Front
INSTALLATION
Building in dimensions
Hg1984s/a
526
900
43
600
860
490
60
1*
1*
515
1*
G1/2’’
480
850
1*
EN 25
INSTALLATION
Space to be left free around the appliance
A hob generates heat. Leave a sufficient distance between the appliance
and non heat-resistant materials. Take care also with materials that may
discolour (such as stainless steel).
min. 650 mm
min. 450 mm
min. 600 mm (Hg16..)
min. 750 mm (Hg17..)
min. 900 mm (Hg19..)
min. 100 mm
Caution!
The bottom of the hob becomes hot. Do not place combustible items in
a drawer if the drawer is fitted directly below the hob.
Install appliance and make connections
• Place the appliance in the worktop and secure it using the mounting
brackets and screws supplied.
• Connect to the gas supply.
• Check with soap suds that the connection is gastight.
• Connect the appliance to mains electricity.
Please attach the duplicate data plates packed with this user
manual to a readily accessible location near the appliance, such as
a cupboard door.
EN 26
INSTALLATION
Gas information
ASKO Hg1774s/ Hg1774a/Hg1984s/Hg1984a
GAS
N.G.
ULPG*
BURNER
INJECTOR
INJECTOR
ADJ.
BURN
GAS
BURNER
WOK
SCREW
RATE
PRESSURE
MJ/h
kPa
IN MM
IN MM
SIMMER
0.90
0.45
3.60
2 x NORMAL
1.20
0.60
6.70
LARGE
1.35
0.65
8.50
WOK
1.80
1.16
14.90
SIMMER
0.48
0.30
2.90
2 x NORMAL
0.66
0.36
5.10
LARGE
0.77
0.40
7.30
WOK
0.93
0.65
11.70
3.00
2.30
1.0
2.75
ASKO Hg1654s
GAS
N.G.
ULPG*
BURNER
INJECTOR
ADJ.
BURN
GAS
BURNER
SCREW
RATE
PRESSURE
kPa
IN MM
IN MM
MJ/h
SIMMER
0.90
0.45
3.60
2 x NORMAL
1.20
0.60
6.70
LARGE
1.35
0.65
8.50
SIMMER
0.48
0.30
2.90
2 x NORMAL
0.66
0.36
5.10
LARGE
0.77
0.40
7.30
1.0
2.75
* Universal Liquid Propane Gas
EN 27
INSTALLATION
ASKO Hg1664s
GAS
N.G.
ULPG*
BURNER
INJECTOR
INJECTOR
ADJ.
BURN
GAS
BURNER
WOK
SCREW
RATE
PRESSURE
MJ/h
kPa
IN MM
IN MM
SIMMER
0.90
0.45
NORMAL
1.20
WOK
1.80
SIMMER
NORMAL
WOK
0.93
0.60
6.70
1.16
14.90
0.48
0.30
2.90
0.66
0.36
5.10
0.65
11.70
* Universal Liquid Propane Gas
EN 28
3.60
3.00
2.30
1.0
2.75
APPENDIX
Disposal of packaging and appliance
In the manufacturing of this appliance durable materials were used.
Make sure to dispose of this equipment responsibly at the end of its
lifecycle. Ask the authorities for more information regarding this.
The appliance packaging is recyclable. The following may have been
used:
• cardboard;
• polythene film (PE);
• CFC-free polystyrene (PS hard foam).
Dispose of these materials in a responsible manner and in accordance
with government regulations.
As a reminder of the need to dispose of household appliances
separately, the product is marked with the symbol of a crossed-out
wheeled dustbin. 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 separately avoids possible
negative consequences for the environment and health deriving from
inappropriate disposal and enables the constituent materials to be
recovered to obtain significant savings in energy and resources.
Note! The packaging material may be hazardous for children.
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.
Technical data
On the label on the bottom of this equipment, you will find the total
wattage, the required voltage and the frequency.
EN 29
142099
40
The appliance identication card is located on the bottom of the appliance.
Stick the appliance identication card here.
When contacting the service department, have the complete type number to hand.
en (10-13)
700004207000
You will nd the addresses and phone numbers of the service organisation on the guarantee card.
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