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Newhome
GL716
720mm built-in gas oven & grill
For Natural Gas models
User & Installation Handbook
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If you smell gas:
Do not try to light any appliance. Do not touch any electrical switch.
Call the Gas Emergency Helpline at TRANSCO on:
0800 111999
In the Republic of Ireland, call the Bord Gaìs emergency line on
1850 205050 or contact your local gas supplier.
The Gas Consumer Council (GCC) is an independent organisation which protects the
interests of gas users. If you need advice, you will find the telephone number in your local
telephone directory under Gas.
The appliance must be installed (and serviced) by a Corgi registered approved
installer or a person competent to ensure that the installation is in accordance
with “The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1994”, and the “The
Gas Safety (Installation and Use) (Amendment) Regulations 1996”. Failure to
comply with these Regulations is a criminal offence.
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Contents
User Section. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 - 22
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Be Safe - Not Sorry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Using the Grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Using the Oven . . . . . . . . . . .
Oven furniture . . . . . . . . . . . .
Slow cooking. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooking frozen & chilled foods.
Baking guide . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Traditional fruit cakes . . . . . . .
Roast turkey. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Roasting guide . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic cooking . . . . . . . . .
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Programmer / clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Cleaning. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . .
Regulations & standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ventilation requirements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 1: Prepare installation . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 2: Connect to gas supply . . . . . . . . . .
Step 3: Connect to electricity supply . . . . . .
Step 4: Check edging strip. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Step 5: Secure appliance to housing unit . . .
Step 6: Installing a hob above the appliance
Step 7: Commissioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Stoves Customer Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else
who may use this appliance.
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Introduction
We hope that the following
information will help you to familiarise
yourself with the features of the
appliance, and to use it successfully
and safely.
Gas & Electrical connection
Please refer to installation instructions
for the Gas & Electrical Safety Regulations
and the Ventilation Requirements.
In your own interest, and that of safety,
it is the law that all gas appliances be
installed by a competent person who
will ensure that the installation is in
accordance with “The Gas Safety
(Installation & Use) Regulations 1994”,
& the “The Gas Safety (Installation &
Use) (Amendment) Regulations 1996”.
Failure to comply with these Regulations
is a criminal offence.
Our policy is one of constant
development and improvement. Strict
accuracy of illustrations and specifications
is not guaranteed. Modification to
design and materials may be
necessary subsequent to publication.
This appliance must be installed in
accordance with the regulations in
force and only in a well ventilated
space. Read the instructions before
using or installing this appliance.
Corgi registered installers undertake to
work to satisfactory standards.
Disconnection of gas and electric
appliances should always be carried
out by competent persons.
Your 1st Year Guarantee
Warning: This appliance must be
earthed.
To fulfil the conditions of your guarantee,
this appliance must be correctly
installed and operated, in accordance
with these instructions, and only be
used for normal domestic purposes.
In the event of a power cut
1. Switch off the electricity to the
appliance at the socket.
Please note that the guarantee, and
Service availability, only apply to the
UK and Republic of Ireland.
2. When the power returns, see the
‘Programmer / Clock’ section to
‘Set the time of day’.
This appliance is designed to be
installed only at low level - ie;
underneath a worktop - it can be
installed either into a housing unit, or
between base units.
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Introduction
The cooling fan
If when a burner control is turned on,
the fan does not operate in the normal
way, then the appliance will require
servicing.
DO NOT USE THE
APPLIANCE UNTIL IT HAS BEEN
SERVICED. Switch the appliance off
at the mains and contact Customer
Support.
The cooling fan helps to keep the
exterior cool during normal use.
When a burner is operated, you
should hear the cooling fan switch on
automatically and be able to feel air
evacuating from the appliance vents
just below the fascia. The cooling fan
will continue to operate for
approximately 10 minutes after
turning off the burners. This is normal.
Continued use of the appliance
without it being serviced could result in
excessive
temperatures
being
generated, which in turn could reduce
the life of certain components.
If there is no such indication that the
fan is operating, the appliance will
require servicing. DO NOT USE THE
APPLIANCE UNTIL IT HAS BEEN
SERVICED. Switch the appliance off
at the mains and contact Customer
Support.
Ventilation
The use of a gas cooking appliance
results in the production of heat and
moisture in the room in which it is
installed. Ensure that the kitchen is well
ventilated; keep natural ventilation holes
open or install a mechanical ventilation
device (mechanical ventilator).
For your safety
This appliance has a built in safety
device to isolate the gas and electric
supplies to various components in the
event of fan failure.
Prolonged intensive use of the appliance
may call for additional ventilation, for
example opening a window, or more
effective ventilation, for example
increasing the level of mechanical
ventilation where present.
If the programmer/clock and lights do
not function, and the ignition system
stops working, the safety device has
operated. Within an hour, the safety
device will reset itself and the programmer
/clock display will flash.
This appliance is not connected to a
combustion products evacuation
device.
It must be installed and
connected in accordance with current
installation regulations.
Particular
attention must be given to the relevant
regulations regarding ventilation.
To reset the programmer/clock, simply
press and hold in the cook time and
ready time buttons, and set the time of
day within 5 seconds by pressing the
“+” plus and “-” minus buttons.
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Introduction
Glass door panels
Environmental Protection
To meet the relevant Standards of
Domestic cooking appliances, all the
glass panels on this appliance are
toughened to meet the fragmentation
requirements of BS3193. This ensures
that, in the unlikely event that a panel
breaks, it does so into small fragments
to minimise the risk of injury.
Stoves Limited is committed to protecting
the environment and operates an
Environmental Management System
which complies with BS EN ISO
14001:1996.
Disposal of packaging
■ All our packaging materials are
recyclable and environmentally
friendly.
Please take care when handling, using
or cleaning all glass panels as any
damage to the surfaces or edges may
result in the glass breaking without
warning or apparent cause at a later
date. Should any glass panel be
damaged, we strongly recommend
that it is replaced immediately.
■ Please help us to protect our
environment by disposing of all
packaging in an environmentally
friendly manner.
■ Please contact your local authority
for the nearest recycling centre.
Caution: Packaging materials can
pose a risk of suffocation - keep away
from children.
Condensation
When hot and cold air meet,
condensation forms. The outer door is air
cooled and the inner door gets hot, so some
condensation might form; this is normal
and will disappear within 10 - 15 minutes.
To replace a light bulb (if fitted)
Caution: Switch off the electricity
supply to the appliance, to avoid the
risk of electric shock.
Before using the appliance for
the first time, remove any protective
polythene film and wash the oven
shelves in hot soapy water to remove
their protective covering of oil. Even
so, when you first switch on the oven
or grill you may notice a smell and
some smoke.
Wait until the oven is cool, then
remove the shelves.
Unscrew the lens cover (turn
anticlockwise). Unscrew the bulb and
replace. Replace lens cover.
Please note that light bulbs are not
covered by guarantee.
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Be Safe - Not Sorry
When you are cooking, keep
children away from the vicinity
of the appliance.
■ Use oven gloves when removing
hot food / dishes from the oven or
grill. The oven / grill and utensils
will be very hot when in use.
This product is designed as a domestic
cooking appliance for the preparation
and cooking of domestic food
products, and should not be used for
any other purpose.
■ When opening the appliance
door, take care to avoid skin
contact with any steam which may
escape from the cooking.
■ Remove all packaging from the
appliance before using for the
first time.
■ Do not use foil on oven shelves or
allow it to block the oven flue, as
this creates a fire hazard, and
prevents heat circulation.
■ Make sure you read and
understand the instructions before
using the appliance.
■ When cooking heavy items - eg;
turkeys - do not pull the oven shelf
out with the item still on the shelf.
■ Keep electrical leads short so they
do not drape over the appliance
or the edge of the worktop.
■ Switch off the electricity supply
before replacing the oven light
bulb, to avoid the possibility of
electric shock.
■ Keep all flammable materials (such
as curtains, furnishings & clothing)
away from the appliance.
■ All installation, servicing and
maintenance work must be carried
out by a competent person who
will comply with current Regulations,
Standards and Requirements.
■ Parts of the appliance may be hot
during or immediately after use. Allow
sufficient time for the appliance to
cool after switching off.
■ Warning: This appliance must
be earthed.
■ Do not drape tea towels over the
flue vents or doors, as this creates
a fire hazard.
■ When you have finished
cooking check that all controls
are in the off position.
■ Do not use aluminium foil to cover
the grill pan, or put items wrapped
in foil under the grill, as this
creates a fire hazard.
■ As with all gas appliances, it is
recommended that your appliance
is serviced regularly.
■ Never use the appliance for
heating a room.
■ Do not use the oven with the door
inner glass panel removed (glass
oven doors only).
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Using the Grill
Caution: Accessible parts may
be hot when the grill is used,
young children should be kept
away.
Detachable grill pan handle
Grill ignition
The handle is designed for removing /
inserting the grill pan under the grill
when grilling.
Place the handle over the edge of the
grill pan.
The handle should be
removed from the pan during grilling,
to prevent overheating.
Important: The door must be fully
open when the grill is used.
If cleaning the grill pan when it is hot,
use oven gloves to move it. Do not use
the handle to pour hot fats from the
grill pan.
Open the grill door.
Push in and turn the grill control knob
anticlockwise to the full-on position.
Adjust to the required setting (there is
a turn down setting).
Do not operate the grill between the
“full on” flame setting and the “off”
position.
To switch off, turn the control knob
clockwise to return it to the “●” off
position.
handle
If for any reason the burner fails to
ignite, turn off the control and wait at
least one minute before repeating the
ignition procedure.
grill pan
trivet
Grill pan handle
Food for grilling should be placed
within the area defined by the kinks in
the trivet wires.
Preheating
For best results, always preheat the
grill for a few minutes before grilling.
Aluminium foil
Never cover the grill pan or grill trivet
with cooking foil, or allow fat to build
up in the grill pan, as this creates a
fire hazard.
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Using the Grill
Using the grill
Push the grill pan towards the back of
the shelf, to position it under the grill.
Variation in grilling can be achieved
by setting the grill between the large
and small flame symbols, or by
moving the grill pan up or down.
Important: Never operate the grill
between the large flame and the off
position
The grill trivet, inside the grill pan, can
be inverted to give a high or low
position, or it may be removed.
Always use the top shelf position for
fast toasting.
When you have finished grilling,
check that the control knob is
returned to the off position.
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Using the Oven
When you are cooking, keep
children away from the vicinity
of the oven.
Notes
In the event of the burner flames being
accidentally extinguished, turn off the
burner control and do not attempt to
re-ignite the burner for at least one minute.
Oven ignition
Push in and turn the oven control knob
anticlockwise to gas mark 9.
If it is found over a period of time that
the oven becomes hotter when used at
a particular gas mark, the thermostat
may need to be replaced.
When the oven is switched on the
oven light will come on automatically.
As part of the cooking process, hot air
is expelled through a vent at the top of
the oven(s). When opening the oven
door, care should be taken to avoid
any possible contact with potentially
hot air, since this may cause
discomfort to people with sensitive
skin. We recommend that you hold the
underneath of the oven door handle.
It can take up to 60 seconds for the
oven burner to come on to full rate,
and the oven burner may not come on
to full rate unless the oven door is closed.
The automatic ignition will continue to
spark for a short time after the burner
has lit until the flame is established.
Adjust to the required setting.
To switch off, return the control knob to
the “●” off position.
Preheating
Zones of heat
The oven must be preheated for 15
minutes when reheating frozen or
chilled food, and we recommend
preheating for yeast mixtures, batters,
soufflés and whisked sponges.
The temperature at the centre of the
oven corresponds with the selected
gas mark and is slightly higher
towards the top of the oven and
slightly lower towards the oven base.
If you are not preheating the oven, the
cooking times in the Baking Guide
may need to be extended, as they are
based on a preheated oven.
These zones of heat can be useful as
different dishes requiring different
temperatures may be cooked at the
same time - eg; the temperature at the
oven base is suitable for cooking
baked vegetables, baked fruit, milk
pudding, etc, and for warming bread
rolls, soup, coffee, or ovenproof plates
and dishes.
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Using the Oven
Oven furniture
Slow cooking
Baking tray and roasting tins
Make sure that frozen foods are
thoroughly thawed before cooking.
Do not slow cook joints of meat or
poultry weighing more than 21⁄4 kg/41⁄2lb.
For best cooked results and even
browning, the maximum size baking
trays and roasting tins that should be
used are as follows;
Baking tray
For roasting joints of meat or poultry
and for pot roasts preheat the oven to
gas mark 6 and cook for 30 minutes,
then adjust the oven control to ‘S’ slow
set for the remainder of the cooking time.
350mm x 280mm
This size of baking tray will hold up to
20 small cakes.
Roasting tin
Always use the top half of the oven
when slow cooking.
370mm x 320mm
We recommend that you use good
quality cookware. Poor quality trays
and tins may warp when heated,
leading to uneven baking results.
Slow cooking times will be about 3 times
as long as conventional cooking times.
Oven shelves
The oven shelf must be positioned with
the upstand at the rear of the oven and
facing upwards.
Position baking trays and roasting tins
on the middle of the shelves, and leave
one clear shelf position between
shelves, to allow for circulation of heat.
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Using the Oven
Cooking frozen & chilled foods
Baking guide - hints
■ Preheat the oven.
Cooking times for pastry dishes
depend on the size and type of
cooking dish and also the filling.
■ When cooking frozen or chilled foods,
please follow the manufacturer’s
instructions. If cooking more than
one tray or item, cooking times
may need to be increased.
When cooking 2 trays of items,
remove the top item when it is cooked
and raise the lower item to the higher
shelf to finish cooking, or where
additional browning of the base is
required - eg; pies and pastries interchange part way through cooking.
■ Please ensure that foods are
piping hot before consumption.
■ Always use the temperature
setting stated on food packaging
when cooking convenience food.
■ Never overload the tray - eg; oven
chips should be placed onto the
baking tray in one even layer for
satisfactory cooking.
■ Follow the cooking times given on
packaging but remember they are
only intended as a guide and do
not take individual preferences
into account.
■ Always cook frozen convenience
foods straight from the freezer
unless packaging advises otherwise.
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Using the Oven
Baking guide
Dish
Recommended
gas mark
Shelf
position
Approximate
cooking times
Scones
Meringues
7
“S” (slow setting)
top to middle
middle to bottom
8 - 15 mins
2 - 3 hours
5
5
6
4
middle
middle
middle
middle
15
20
10
20
4
3
3
2 or 3
middle
middle to top
middle to top
middle to top
20 - 30 mins
1 - 11⁄4 hours
1 - 11⁄4 hours
21⁄2 - 3 hours
1 or 2
3
middle to bottom
middle to bottom
depending on recipe
2 - 21⁄2 hours
Pastry
Flaky / Puff
Shortcrust
Choux
Plate tarts
7
6
6
6
middle
middle
middle
middle
to
to
to
to
top
top
top
top
15
15
15
30
Biscuits
Nut brownies
Brandy snaps
Flapjacks
Ginger nuts
6
4
4
4
middle
middle
middle
middle
to
to
to
to
bottom
top
top
top
15 - 20 mins
7 - 18 mins
20 - 40 mins
10 - 20 mins
Puddings (1l / 2 pint dish)
Rice pudding
Baked custard
Bread and butter
Hot soufflé
Fruit crumble
2
3
3
4
6
middle
middle
middle
middle
middle
to
to
to
to
to
top
top
top
top
top
2 - 21⁄2 hours
1 - 11⁄4 hours
3
⁄4 - 11⁄4 hours
35 - 50 mins
1
⁄2 - 1 hours
Cakes
Small cakes
Whisked sponge
Swiss roll
Victoria sandwich
(2 x 180mm / 7”)
Genoese sponge
Madeira (180mm / 7”)
Gingerbread
Semi rich fruit cake
(205mm / 8”)
Christmas cake
Dundee cake (205mm/8”)
11
to
to
to
to
top
top
top
top
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25
25
12
30
45
45
45
45
mins
mins
mins
mins
mins
mins
mins
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Using the Oven
Traditional fruit cakes
Roast turkey
It should be remembered that ovens
can vary over time, therefore cooking
times can vary, making it difficult to be
precise when baking fruit cakes.
Roasting turkey perfectly involves
cooking two different types of meat the delicate light breast meat, which
must not be allowed to dry out, and
the darker leg meat, which takes
longer to cook.
It is necessary, therefore, to test the
cake before removal from the oven.
Use a fine warmed skewer inserted
into the centre of the cake. If the
skewer comes out clean, then the cake
is cooked.
The turkey must be roasted long
enough for the legs to cook, so
frequent basting is necessary. The
breast meat can be covered once
browned.
■ Do not attempt to make Christmas
cakes larger than the oven can
cope with; you should allow at
least 25 mm (1 inch) space
between the oven walls and the tin.
■ Turkey should be roasted at
gas mark 4 for 20 minutes per
1lb, plus 20 minutes unless
packaging advises otherwise.
■ Always follow the temperatures
recommended in the recipe.
■ The turkey can be open roasted,
breast side down, for half of the
cook time, and then turned over for
the remainder of the cooking time.
■ To protect a very rich fruit cake
during cooking, tie 2 layers of
brown paper around the tin.
■ If the turkey is stuffed, add 5
minutes per 1lb to the cooking time.
■ We recommend that the cake tin is
not stood on layers of brown
paper, as this can hinder effective
circulation of air.
■ If roasting turkey covered with
foil, add 5 minutes per 1lb to the
cooking time.
■ Do not use soft tub margarine for
rich fruit cakes unless specified in
the recipe.
To test if the turkey is cooked, push a
fine skewer into the thickest part of the
thigh. If the juices run clear, the turkey
is cooked. If the juices are still pink,
the turkey will need longer cooking.
■ Always use the correct size and
shape of tin for the recipe quantities.
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Using the Oven
Roasting guide
Notes:
The times given in the roasting guide
are only approximate, because the
size and age of the bird will influence
cooking times as will the shape of a
joint and the proportion of the bone.
■ When cooking stuffed meat or
poultry calculate the cooking time
from the total weight of the meat
plus the stuffing.
■ For joints cooked in foil or covered
roasters, and for lidded casseroles,
add 5 minutes per 450g (1lb) to
the calculated cooking time.
Frozen meat should be thoroughly
thawed before cooking. For large
joints it is advisable to thaw overnight.
Frozen poultry should be thoroughly
thawed before cooking. The time
required depends on the size of the
bird - eg; a large turkey may take up
to 48 hours to thaw.
■ Smaller joints weighing less than
1.25kg (21⁄2lb) may require 5
minutes per 450g (1lb) extra
cooking time.
■ Position the oven shelf so that the
meat or poultry will be in the
centre of the oven.
Use of a trivet with a roasting tin will
reduce fat splashing and will help to keep
the oven interior clean. Alternatively,
to help reduce fat splashing, potatoes
or other vegetables can be roasted
around the meat / poultry.
■ It is recommended that the appliance
is cleaned after open roasting.
Cook in oven at gas mark 5
Approximate cooking time
(preheated oven)
Beef
Rare
Medium
Well done
20 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 20 minutes
25 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 20 minutes
30 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 30 minutes
Lamb
Medium
Well done
25 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 35 minutes
30 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 30 minutes
Pork
35 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 35 minutes
Poultry
20 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 20 minutes
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Using the Ovens
Automatic cooking in the main oven
Do not
The automatic cooking facility is
controlled by the programmer (see
‘Programmer/ Clock’ section) and allows
complete meals, or individual dishes to
be cooked while you are out of the
house, to be ready for when you return.
■ Warm food should never be
placed in the oven if there is a
delay period. Stews prepared by
frying the meat and vegetables
first should be cooked as soon as
possible, or refrigerated prior to
placing in the oven.
The ‘Ready Time’ should be set as
close as possible to, or just after your
anticipated return so food is not left
standing in a warm oven.
Do
■ Some dishes are not suitable for
cooking on automatic - eg; dishes
containing left over cooked meat
or poultry, eggs, cooked rice or
seafood.
■ Select foods which are as fresh as
possible, and as cold as possible ie; preferably straight from the
refrigerator.
■ Do not put food items (intended for
automatic cooking) into a warm
oven. Allow the oven to cool before
setting for automatic cooking.
■ Choose foods which are suitable for
cooking from a cold start, as some
dishes will be affected by being
left uncooked, at room temperature,
perhaps for several hours - eg; a
wet filling on a pastry base.
■ Do not over-fill dishes containing
liquids as they might boil over.
■ Never leave food in the oven to
cool slowly after cooking; serve
immediately or refrigerated.
■ Never use the automatic facility to
reheat ‘cook chill’ foods as they
should go straight from the
refrigerator into a preheated oven.
■ Make sure that meat and poultry
are thoroughly thawed (but still
cold from the refrigerator), before
placing them in the oven, and avoid
using rolled joints of meat which
can be more susceptible to the
growth of food poisoning organisms.
■ Cover dishes with lids or foil to
keep the food moist, prevent the
transfer of odours, and protect from
possible contamination; the food
can be uncovered towards the end
of cooking to crisp and brown.
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Using the Ovens
Important: Food is more susceptible
to the growth of food poisoning
organisms in warm conditions. If the
weather is hot, either take care to
ensure that food is not left standing in
a warm oven, or avoid using the
automatic cooking facility.
Hints for automatic cooking
■ Food is placed in a cold oven so
you will need to add about 10 15 minutes onto the cooking time
to allow for the oven to reach the
selected temperature.
■ Wine or beer may ferment, and
cream may curdle during the delay
period, so it is best to add these
ingredients just before serving.
■ Potatoes should be parboiled or
brushed with oil to prevent
discolouration during the delay
period.
■ Meat can be brushed with oil to
prevent it drying.
■ Lemon juice can be added to
certain fruits and vegetables such
as apples, pears, turnips and
parsnips to prevent discolouration
during the delay period.
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Programmer / Clock
The Programmer Buttons
minute minder
cook time
ready time
minus
plus
Manual operation
To set the programmer to manual
operation at any time (cancelling any
automatic setting), press the cook time and
ready time buttons simultaneously. The
programmer must be set to manual before
the appliance can be used manually.
To set the “Time of Day”
Setting the minute minder
Press the cook time and ready time
buttons simultaneously, and keep the
buttons depressed. Use the plus and
minus buttons to set the time of day,
eg; 12.00.
A (Auto) symbol goes out, cookpot
symbol comes on.
Press the minute minder button, then
use the plus and minus buttons to set
the required time.
To select an alarm tone
The minute minder (bell) symbol will
appear on the display.
You can cancel the minute minder at
any time by pressing the minute
minder button and the minus button
until the display returns to 0.00.
Press the minus button to listen to the
first tone.
After setting, the display will revert to
show the time of day, but you can press
the minute minder button, and the
display will show the minutes remaining.
Release the minus button and press it
again to listen to the second tone, etc.
Releasing the minus button after the
tone has sounded will automatically
select that tone.
The tone will sound at the end of the
time set - to cancel the tone, press the
minute minder button.
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Programmer / Clock
Semi-automatic cooking (example)
1. A (Auto) symbol appears.
You have started cooking a meal or
dish in the oven, and want to set the
time for the oven to switch off.
A
U
T
O
Press the cook time button, then use the
plus and minus buttons to set the
display to show the length of cooking
time required, eg; 2 hours as shown (1).
After setting, the display will revert to
show the time of day, but you can
press the cook time button and the
display will show how much cooking
time still remains on the clock.
2.
A
U
T
O
Press the ready time button, and the
display will show the actual time the
oven is going to switch off, eg; 18.00
as shown (2).
3. A (Auto) symbol will flash.
At the end of the cooking time, the
alarm will sound, and the oven will
automatically switch off.
A
U
T
O
To switch off the alarm, press the
minute minder button (3).
4. A (Auto) symbol goes out.
When the oven has switched off,
return the oven control knob to
the “off” position, and press the
cook time and ready time buttons to
return to manual operation (4).
If you wish to cancel the automatic
setting, or to cancel any remaining
cooking time left on the clock before
the alarm sounds, press the cook time
and ready time buttons simultaneously.
(4).
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Programmer / Clock
Fully automatic cooking (example)
For use when a delayed start time is
required.
You want to set the length of cooking
time, and the time for the oven to switch
off. The programmer will automatically
calculate the cooking start time.
5. A (Auto) symbol appears.
A
U
T
O
Press the cook time button, then use the
plus and minus buttons to set the
display to show the length of cooking
time required, eg; 2 hours as shown (5).
Press the ready time button, and the
present ready time will be displayed.
Using the plus and minus buttons you
can set the display to show the actual
time you want the oven to switch off,
eg; 18.00 hours (6.00 pm) (6).
6. The cookpot symbol will disappear
from the display.
A
U
T
O
The display will revert to show time of day.
After setting the programmer,
turn the oven control to the
required temperature.
7. The cookpot symbol will appear
on display.
The oven will automatically switch on
at the calculated start time of 16.00
hours (4.00 pm) (7).
A
U
T
O
A single press of the cook time button
shows the cooking time remaining
before the oven automatically switches
off (8).
8.
A
U
T
O
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Programmer / Clock
The oven will automatically switch off
at 18.00 hours (6.00 pm) and the
alarm will sound (9).
9. A (Auto) symbol will flash.
To switch off the alarm press the
minute minder button (10).
10.
A
U
T
O
A
U
T
O
When the oven has switched off,
return the oven control knob to the
“off” position, and press the cook time
and ready time buttons simultaneously
(11).
11. A (Auto) symbol goes out.
If you wish to cancel the automatic
setting before cooking has started,
and return to manual operation, press
the cook time and ready time buttons
simultaneously (11).
To cancel any remaining cooking time
left on the clock before the alarm
sounds, press the cook time and ready
time buttons simultaneously (11).
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Cleaning
Caution: Any cleaning agent
used incorrectly may damage
the appliance.
OVEN SHELVES
Always let the appliance cool
before cleaning.
Do not use abrasives or polishes. Use
a moist soap pad - eg; “Brillo”.
Some cooking operations generate a
considerable amount of grease. This,
combined with spillage, can become a
hazard if allowed to accumulate on
the appliance through lack of cleaning.
In extreme cases this may amount to
misuse of the appliance and could
invalidate your guarantee.
Shelf runners can be removed for
cleaning. Grasp the runners, and slide
out of the hanging holes as shown.
Chrome plated parts
&
OVEN SHELF RUNNERS,
GRILL PAN TRIVET
Note: These items may also be
cleaned in a dishwasher.
It is recommended that the appliance
is cleaned after open roasting.
Do not use caustic pastes, abrasive
cleaning powders, coarse wire wool
or any hard implements, as they will
damage the surfaces.
Easy care surfaces (if fitted)
OVEN SIDES AND BACK
If you do a lot of open roasting, or
roast at temperatures above 180˚C,
we recommend regular cleaning to
help prevent a build up of fats. Use of
a trivet in a roasting tin when roasting
will help reduce fat splashing.
All parts of the appliance can be safely
cleaned with a cloth wrung out in hot
soapy water.
Vitreous enamel parts
GRILL PAN
&
GRILL COMPARTMENT, OVEN
Caution: Most types of cleaning
agent will damage these surfaces.
COMPARTMENT FLOOR
Use a mild cream cleaner - eg; “Cif”.
Only use a few drops of washing up
liquid in hot water. Wipe the surfaces
with a clean cloth wrung out in hot soapy
water - if larger splashes of fat do not
readily disappear, scrub the area with
a nylon brush or nylon pan scourer
and hot soapy water. Rinse well and
heat the oven to dry the surfaces.
Stubborn marks may be removed with
a moistened “Brillo” pad.
The grill pan may be cleaned in a
dishwasher, or with a nylon brush in
hot soapy water.
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Cleaning
Glass parts
Use a mild cream cleaner - eg; “Cif”.
Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft
cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners
or polishes.
SL
ID
E
IN
To remove the glass panel for cleaning,
open the door to the door stop position
(about 30˚ open), hold the top and
bottom edges of the panel and slide
out. Note that if the door is opened
fully when removing the inner door
glass panel, the door may spring shut.
UP
DOOR PANELS
30˚
SID
E
&
TH
IS
FACIA PANEL
Important: if the inner door glass
panel is removed for cleaning, it must
be replaced the right way up as
shown, and pushed fully in to the
stop position.
Painted, plastic and metal finish
parts (if fitted)
OVEN
DOOR
FRAME
&
HANDLE,
METAL
FASCIA PANEL, CONTROL KNOBS
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in
hot soapy water.
Door stop position
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Cleaning
Stainless Steel surfaces (stainless
steel finish models only)
FACIA PANEL, HANDLES, DOOR PANELS
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in hot
soapy water, and dry with a soft cloth.
Stubborn marks can be removed using
“Luneta”. We recommend that you
clean the whole of the stainless steel
area to maintain a uniform finish.
Supplies can be purchased from
H.R.P.C. - contact direct sales order line
✆ 01772 819 672.
Do not use undiluted bleach or any
products containing chlorides as they
can permanently damage the steel.
Extra care should be taken when
cooking food in salted water. Some
foods are corrosive - eg; vinegar, fruit
juices and especially salt - they can
mark or damage stainless steel if they
are left on the surface. Turn off and
wipe any spillage immediately, taking
care to avoid skin contact with any hot
surface or spillage.
Sharp objects can mark the surface of
stainless steel, but marks will become
less noticeable with time.
To maintain the finish of the stainless
steel, or to remove any greasy marks,
wipe the stainless steel surface
sparingly with a minimum amount of
“Johnson’s Baby Oil” and kitchen paper.
Do not use cooking oils, as these may
contain salt, which can damage the
stainless steel surface.
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Installation Instructions
Before you start: Please read the
instructions. Planning your installation will
save you time and effort.
accordance with all local gas and
electrical regulations. In the Republic of
Ireland, Installers should refer to IS813
Domestic Gas Installations.
Prior to installation, ensure that the local
distribution conditions (nature of the gas and
gas pressure) and the adjustment of the
appliance are compatible. The adjustment
conditions are stated on the data badge.
Ventilation Requirements
The room containing the appliance should
have an air supply in accordance with
BS 5440: Part 2: 1989:
• All rooms require an openable window,
or equivalent, and some rooms will
require a permanent vent as well.
• For room volumes up to 5m3 an air
vent of 100cm2 is required.
• If the room has a door that opens directly
to the outside, or the room exceeds
10m3, NO AIR VENT is required.
• For room volumes between 5m3 and
10m3 an air vent of 50cm2 is required.
• If there are other fuel burning appliances
in the same room, BS 5440: Part 2:
1989 should be consulted to determine
the air vent requirements.
• This appliance must not be installed in
a bed sitting room of less than 20m3 or
in a bathroom or shower room.
Windows and permanent vents should
therefore not be blocked or removed without
first consulting a CORGI gas installer.
This appliance is not connected to a combustion
evacuation device. It shall be installed and
connected in accordance with current
installation regulation. Particular attention
shall be given to the relevant requirements
regarding ventilation.
In your own interest and that of safety, it is
the law that all gas appliances be installed
and serviced by competent persons.
CORGI registered installers undertake to
work to satisfactory standards.
Where regulations or standards have been
revised since this handbook was printed,
always use the latest edition.
In the UK the regulations and
standards are as follows:
1. Gas
Safety
Regulations
1996
(Installation and Use).
2. Building Regulations - Issued by the
Department of the Environment.
3. Building
Standards
(Scotland)
(Consolidated) - Issued by the Scottish
Development Department.
4. The current I.E.E. Wiring Regulations.
5. Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.
6. BS 6172 Installation of Domestic Gas
cooking Appliances
7. Installation & Servicing Instructions for
this appliance.
In the Republic of Ireland, refer to relevant Irish
Standards for correct ventilation requirements.
Failure to install appliances correctly is
dangerous and could lead to prosecution.
This appliance is not connected to a
combustion products evacuation device. It
shall be installed and connected in
accordance with current installation
regulations. Particular attention shall be
given to the relevant requirements
regarding ventilation.
For installation in countries other than the
UK, the appliance must be connected in
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Installation Instructions
Before you start - please read the
instructions carefully - planning your
installation will save you time and effort.
If this appliance is to be installed near to a
corner where the adjacent cabinets run at
right angles forward of the appliance,
there must be a gap of at least 90mm
between the appliance and the cabinets,
to prevent overheating of the cabinets.
Look at the different ways the appliance
can be installed - as shown on the
following pages - and plan the installation
to suit your situation.
Important: Do not modify the outer
panels of this appliance in any way.
Leave the appliance in the base tray
packaging until you are ready to install it.
When you remove the appliance from the
base tray packaging, take care not to
damage it.
Fixing screws - The fixing screws are in
a polythene bag in the oven pack.
Depending on the method of installation,
some of the screws may not be needed.
Whilst every care is taken to eliminate
burrs and raw edges from this product,
please take care when handling - we
recommend the use of protective gloves
during installation.
Step 1: Prepare for installation
There are 3 methods of installing
the appliance:
Method 1: Into a space between two
base units, ie; without a housing unit.
Please note that the weight of this appliance
is approximately 47kg (unpacked). Take care
when lifting it into the housing unit - always
use an appropriate method of lifting.
Method 2: Into a housing unit, with an
internal height of less than 710mm, which
can be modified to obtain the required
dimensions.
This appliance must be installed only at
low level - ie; under a worktop. The
controls have been designed for viewing at
a low level, and it should therefore not be
installed at high level.
Method 3: Into a housing unit, with an
internal height of 710mm or more.
If you have a non standard size of cabinet
which leaves a gap above or below the
appliance, you may be able to buy a trim
kit (to fill in the gap) from the supplier of
your cabinets.
Please note that all dimensions and sizes
given are nominal, some variation is to be
expected.
Quantity
Colour
Description
For Fixing:
6
Silver
No 8 x 12mm long
Self tapping screw
Runners to appliance
12
Black
No 8 x 12mm long
Chipboard screw
Runners and sidetrims to cabinet
or housing
6
Black
No 8 x 25mm long
Chipboard screw
Appliance to cabinet
2
Silver
No 8 x 12mm long
Self tapping screw
Appliance to sidetrims
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Method 1: Without housing unit
(between 2 base units)
1. Take the 6 no 8 x 12mm long
(silver) self tapping screws from
the polythene bag, and use them
to fit one runner to each side of the
appliance.
Before installing the appliance, check
the internal dimensions as shown
opposite.
2. Make sure they are the right way
up as shown.
The space for the appliance must be
clear of obstructions and there must be
enough space at the back of the oven
for the gas inlet pipe to hang freely.
You may have to cut into or remove
any rear cross members from the
housing unit to obtain the 570mm
minimum depth.
3. Take one of the side trims, hold it
against the side of the base unit,
and mark off 692mm from the top
edge of the base unit, to the top
edge of the runner.
Note: This ensures a 5 - 8mm
clearance from the underside of the
worktop to the top of the appliance.
The fixing kit is packed onto the oven
under the polystyrene packaging. You
will find 2 side trims (692mm long)
and 4 runners (420mm long). The
fixing screws are in a polythene bag
in the oven pack.
4. Measure 50mm from the front
edge of the base units, to mark the
front edge of the runners.
5. Take 6 of the no 8 x 12mm (black)
chipboard screws and screw the
runners into position the right way
up as shown.
6. Fit the side trims to be flush to the
top and front edges of the base
units, using the remaining 6 no 8 x
12mm (black) chipboard screws.
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Method 1: Without housing unit (between 2 base units)
min 570 mm
598 - 602 mm
side trim
715
mm
692
mm
runners
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Method 2: Housing unit with internal
height less than 710mm
Fix the runners:
1. Take the side trim, hold it against
the side of the base unit, and use
it to mark off 692mm from the top
edge of the side unit to the top
edge for the runner.
Note: You will not need the 2 side
trims (692mm long) or the appliance
runners for this installation. You will
need the 2 runners to fix to the
adjacent cabinets.
Note: This ensures a 5 - 8mm
clearance from the underside of the
worktop to the top of the appliance.
Before you start - make sure, before
removing the bottom shelf or modifying
the housing unit, that it will remain
structurally sound - eg; by fixing to
adjacent cabinets, floor or worktop.
2. Measure 50mm from the front
edges of the base units, to mark
the front edge for the runners.
There must be enough space at the
back of the oven for the gas inlet pipe
to hang clear of any obstructions.
You may have to cut into, or remove,
any rear cross members from the
housing unit too obtain the 570mm
minimum depth.
3. Take 6 of the no 8 x 12mm (black)
chipboard screws and screw the
runners into position the right way
up as shown.
4. If necessary, adjust the height of
the plinth to just below the bottom
edge of the runners.
To obtain the required 715mm height,
you may have to lower or remove the
bottom shelf, remove any cross rails
and reposition brackets.
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Method 2: Housing unit with internal height less than 710mm
min 570 mm
560 - 570 mm
715
mm
692
mm
runners
50 mm
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Remove any fixings that may prevent
entry of the oven into housing, or
obstruct the gas inlet pipe.
The
cabinetry should be kept structurally
sound by fixing to adjacent cabinets,
floor or worktop.
Method 3: Housing unit with internal
height 710mm or more
Note: You will not need the 4 runners
and 2 trims that are packed with the
oven for this installation.
560
55
in
m
M
9m
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70
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70
69
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1. When installed in a typical
600mm deep built in housing unit,
the false back should be removed
from the housing unit to provide
the necessary depth for installation.
worktop
rear wall
54
- 57
0m
m
space behind
appliance to
be kept clear
2. When the false back is removed,
it is normally the case that the
support shelf for the appliance leaves
a gap between the back edge and
the wall of approximately 80mm.
min 30mm air gap
required at back of
support shelf
3. If no gap occurs between the back
edge of the shelf and the wall
behind the unit, you must create a
gap of at least 30mm by
shortening the shelf.
12mm air
gap in top
of plinth
29
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Step 2: Connect to gas supply
4. Flexible connections should be to
BS669. Parts of the appliance
likely to come into contact with
a flexible connecter have a
temperature rise less than 70˚C.
1. The inlet to the appliance is ISO 7
- Rp 1⁄2” internal thread situated
towards the top right corner of
the rear.
5. Rigid connections must be accessible
to disconnect for servicing. Cut a
150mm square hole in the right
hand rear corner of the support
shelf for the supply pipe.
2. Fit the bayonet connection to the
wall in the shaded area as shown.
The shaded area shown is
applicable to installations in
minimum depth cabinets.
If more room is available,
bayonet fixing area can
extended, provided that
flexible tube does not obscure
fan intake.
6. Make sure all connections
are gas sound.
the
be
the
the
Important: - ensure that you route
all mains and electrical cables and
flexible tubing well clear of any
adjacent heat source.
60 mm
60
mm
Rear
Wall
60 mm
square
3. Use a 900mm - 1125mm length of
flexible connector. The flexible
connector shall be fitted such that
it cannot come into contact with a
moveable part of the housing unit
(eg; drawer) and does not pass
through any space susceptible of
becoming congested. Make sure
that the flexible connector does not
block the cooling fan inlet.
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Step 2: Connect to the electricity
supply
As the colours of the wires in the mains
lead for the appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your spur
box, proceed as follows:
This appliance must be connected by
a competent person, using fixed
wiring via a double pole switched
fused spur outlet, with a contact
separation of 3mm at all poles.
1. The wire which is coloured green
and yellow must be connected to
the terminal marked E (Earth)
or
coloured green.
Use a 3 amp fuse.
We recommend that the appliance is
connected by a qualified electrician,
who is a member of the N.I.C.E.I.C.
and who will comply with the I.E.E.
and local regulations.
Warning:
earthed.
2. The wire which is coloured blue
must be connected to the terminal
marked N (Neutral) LOAD or
coloured Black.
3. The wire which is coloured brown
must be connected to the terminal
marked L (Live) LOAD or coloured
Red.
This appliance must be
The wires in the mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the
following code:
Green & Yellow = earth,
Blue = neutral,
Brown = live.
If the supply cord is damaged, obtain
a special cord from the Customer
Support Helpline, which must be fitted
by a qualified person.
Typical example of a double
pole fused spur outlet
Earth
Live
N SUPPLY L
LOAD
L
ON
FUSE
N LOAD
13
250
~
Neutral
Use a 3 amp fuse
Cable
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Step 4: Check edging strip
Step 5: Secure appliance into
housing unit
The edging strip is factory fitted to
the front side edges of the appliance
front frame. This strip provides the
cabinetry with extra protection from
any escape of heat.
Note: The unit housing the appliance
must be appropriately fixed.
Method 1: Care must be taken to
ensure the appliance runners are
sufficiently engaged over the top of the
runners on the base units.
When installing the product, ensure
that the edging strip is correctly located
on the outer edges of the front frame,
before positioning and securing the
appliance to the cabinet.
seal
Method 2: Insert appliance into
cabinet - ensure that it is engaged over
the top of the side runners.
front frame
Method 3: Insert appliance into cabinet.
To secure appliance to housing unit
Note: Ensure that the appliance is
centrally located. Take care not to
damage the appliance or cabinet.
handle
door
Note: For installation Method 1, you
will need to drill through the fixing
holes into the side trims with a 3.2mm
diameter drill.
When securing the appliance, the
fixing screws provided are driven
through the edging strips into the
cabinet - the seal will straighten up
and sit flush to the cabinet when the
screws are fully home.
There are 6 securing screws.
■ Open the grill / top oven door,
and screw 2 screws through the
top corner holes in the front frame.
■ With the grill / top oven door still
open, screw 2 screws through the
holes in the front frame, located
under the grill compartment.
Close the grill / top oven door.
■ Open the main oven door, and
screw the remaining 2 screws
through the bottom corner holes in
the front frame.
Close the main oven door.
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Installation Instructions
Step 6: Installing a hob above
the appliance
When the appliance is installed under
a worktop, with a hob installed above
it, the installation instructions for the
hob must be read in conjunction with
these instructions.
When installing a gas hob above the
appliance, care must be taken to
ensure that the hob inlet pipe is as
close to the back wall as possible, so
that it does not obstruct the appliance
or the appliance inlet pipe.
If a flexible inlet pipe is used, it must
hang vertically and not be trapped
between the oven and rear wall.
Important: - ensure that you route all
mains and electrical cables and flexible
tubing well clear of any adjacent heat
source, such as an oven, grill or hob.
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Installation Instructions
Step 7: Commissioning
Oven
1. Push in and turn the control knob
anticlockwise to gas mark 9. The oven
light will come on automatically.
Pressure test point
Use the oven burner. From inside the
oven remove the burner cowl. Remove
the small screw at the LHS of the
burner cradle. Slide the burner to the
left to access the injector. Connect
manometer to the injector and turn the
grill burner to full on to check pressure.
2. Adjust to the required setting.
3. The burner may not come on to a full
rate unless the oven door is closed.
The oven burner operates at a low
rate for up to 60 seconds until the
flame supervision device opens
and full gas rate is obtained.
Replace in reverse order.
Burner aeration
Grill
All burners have fixed aeration and no
adjustment is possible.
1. Open the door, push in and turn
the control knob anticlockwise to
the full on setting.
Pressure setting
2. Check condition of flame at low
setting.
G20 Natural Gas @ 20 mbar
Electrical systems check
When you first turn on the oven or
grill you may notice a smell and some
smoke which comes from the
protective coating of oil burning off
from some of the parts.
In the event of an electrical fault the
preliminary electrical system check
(earth continuity, short circuit, polarity
and resistance to earth) must be
carried out.
Before leaving the installation
Ignition
Show the customer how to ignite the
oven and grill, and give them this
handbook. THANK YOU.
The automatic ignition continues to
spark for a short time after the burner
has lit until the flame is established.
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Technical Data
Data badge
Lower part of front frame
Grill
Pressure setting
G20 Natural Gas @ 20 mbar (8”wg)
Nominal Rate Qn
2.25kW
Injector
1.12mm
Spark gap
3 - 4mm
Gas category
Natural gas - I2H
Oven
Appliance class
Class 3
Nominal Rate Qn
Bray type burner, sheet steel body,
stainless steel flame strip
Ignition
Mains operated re-ignition generator
2.5kW
Injector
1.25mm
Spark gap
3 - 4mm
Oven injector - If the injector is
removed or replaced for any reason, it
is mandatory to apply Hylomar PL32
or Plasticol X10 sparingly to the thread
prior to (re)fitting.
Oven light
1 x 25W
Electrical supply
220 - 240V ~ 50Hz, 44W
Total heat input
∑Qn 4.75kW
Countries of destination
GB - Great Britain, IE - Ireland
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Stoves Customer Care
In case of difficulty within the UK and Northern Ireland, please call
the Stoves Customer Care Helpline on
0151 432 7838
When you dial this number you will hear a recorded message and be given a
number of options. This indicates that your call has been accepted and is being
held in a queue. Calls are answered in strict rotation as our Customer Care
Representatives become available.
Opening Hours for Customer Care Centre
Monday to Friday
8am - 8pm
Saturday
8.30am - 6pm
Sunday
10am - 4pm
Enter appliance numbers here for future reference:
Model No
Serial No
Please ensure you have the above details (Model No and Serial No) to hand
when calling Customer Care. They are essential to booking your call.
Ouside the UK and Northern Ireland, refer to your local supplier.
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STOVES LIMITED
STONEY LANE, PRESCOT, MERSEYSIDE, L35 2XW
08 25276 00 © 2002
RS2/2