Induction Hob
Instruction Manual / Installation Manual
MODEL: UBIND60MLCT
Content
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Foreword .......................................................................................... 3
1.1 Safety Warnings ......................................................................... 3
1.2 Installation ................................................................................ 3
1.2.1 Electrical Shock Hazard .................................................. 3
1.2.2 Cut Hazard ................................................................... 3
1.2.3 Important safety instructions .......................................... 3
1.3 Operation and maintenance.......................................................... 4
1.3.1 Electrical Shock Hazard .................................................. 4
1.3.2 Health Hazard .............................................................. 4
1.3.3 Hot Surface Hazard ....................................................... 4
1.3.4 Cut Hazard ................................................................... 5
1.3.5 Important safety instructions .......................................... 5
Product Induction ............................................................................ 7
2.1 Top View ................................................................................... 7
2.2 Control Panel ............................................................................. 7
2.3 Working Theory .......................................................................... 7
2.4 Before using your New Induction Hob ............................................ 8
2.5 Technical Specification ................................................................. 8
Operation of Product ........................................................................ 8
3.1 Touch Controls ........................................................................... 8
3.2 Choosing the right Cookware ........................................................ 9
3.3 How to use ............................................................................... 10
3.3.1 Start cooking ............................................................... 10
3.3.2 Finish cooking.............................................................. 11
3.3.3 Locking the Controls ..................................................... 11
3.3.4 Default working times ................................................... 11
Cooking Guidelines ......................................................................... 12
4.1 Cooking Tips ............................................................................. 12
4.1.1 Simmering, cooking rice ................................................ 12
4.1.2 Searing steak .............................................................. 12
4.1.3 For stir-frying .............................................................. 12
4.2 Detection of Small Articles .......................................................... 13
Heat Settings.................................................................................. 13
Care and Cleaning .......................................................................... 13
Hints and Tips ................................................................................ 14
Failure Display and Inspection ....................................................... 15
Installation..................................................................................... 17
9.1 Selection of installation equipment ............................................... 17
9.2 Before installing the hob, make sure that ...................................... 19
9.3 After installing the hob, make sure that ........................................ 19
9.4 Before locating the fixing brackets ................................................ 19
9.5 Adjusting the bracket position ..................................................... 20
9.6 Cautions ................................................................................... 20
9.7 Connecting the hob to the mains power supply .............................. 21
1.
Foreword
1.1
Safety Warnings
Your safety is important to us. Please read this information
before using your cooktop.
1.2
1.2.1
Installation
Electrical Shock Hazard
 Disconnect the appliance from the mains electricity supply
before carrying out any work or maintenance on it.
 Connection to a good earth wiring system is essential and
mandatory.
 Alterations to the domestic wiring system must only be
made by a qualified electrician.
 Failure to follow this advice may result in electrical shock or
death.
1.2.2
Cut Hazard
 Take care - panel edges are sharp.
 Failure to use caution could result in injury or cuts.
1.2.3
Important safety instructions
 Read these instructions carefully before installing or using
this appliance.
 No combustible material or products should be placed on
this appliance at any time.
 Please make this information available to the person
responsible for installing the appliance as it could reduce
your installation costs.
 In order to avoid a hazard, this appliance must be installed
according to these instructions for installation.
 This appliance is to be properly installed and earthed only by
a suitably qualified person.
 This appliance should be connected to a circuit which
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incorporates an isolating switch providing full disconnection
from the power supply.
 Failure to install the appliance correctly could invalidate any
warranty or liability claims.
1.3
1.3.1
Operation and maintenance
Electrical Shock Hazard
 Do not cook on a broken or cracked cooktop. If the cooktop
surface should break or crack, switch the appliance off
immediately at the mains power supply (wall switch) and
contact a qualified technician.
 Switch the cooktop off at the wall before cleaning or
maintenance.
 Failure to follow this advice may result in electrical shock or
death.
1.3.2
Health Hazard
 This appliance complies with electromagnetic safety
standards.
 However, persons with cardiac pacemakers or other
electrical implants (such as insulin pumps) must consult with
their doctor or implant manufacturer before using this
appliance to make sure that their implants will not be
affected by the electromagnetic field.
 Failure to follow this advice may result in death.
1.3.3
Hot Surface Hazard
 During use, accessible parts of this appliance will become
hot enough to cause burns.
 Do not let your body, clothing or any item other than
suitable cookware contact the Induction glass until the
surface is cool.
 Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids should
not be placed on the hob surface since they can get hot
 Keep children away.
 Handles of saucepans may be hot to touch. Check saucepan
handles do not overhang other cooking zones that are on.
Keep handles out of reach of children.
 Failure to follow this advice could result in burns and scalds.
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1.3.4
Cut Hazard
 The razor-sharp blade of a cooktop scraper is exposed when
the safety cover is retracted. Use with extreme care and
always store safely and out of reach of children.
 Failure to use caution could result in injury or cuts.
1.3.5
Important safety instructions
 Never leave the appliance unattended when in use. Boilover
causes smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite.
 Never use your appliance as a work or storage surface.
 Never leave any objects or utensils on the appliance.
 Do not place or leave any magnetisable objects (e.g. credit
cards, memory cards) or electronic devices (e.g. computers,
MP3 players) near the appliance, as they may be affected by
its electromagnetic field.
 Never use your appliance for warming or heating the room.
 After use, always turn off the cooking zones and the cooktop
as described in this manual (i.e. by using the touch controls).
Do not rely on the pan detection feature to turn off the
cooking zones when you remove the pans.
 Do not allow children to play with the appliance or sit, stand,
or climb on it.
 Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets above
the appliance. Children climbing on the cooktop could be
seriously injured.
 Do not leave children alone or unattended in the area where
the appliance is in use.
 Children or persons with a disability which limits their ability
to use the appliance should have a responsible and
competent person to instruct them in its use. The instructor
should be satisfied that they can use the appliance without
danger to themselves or their surroundings.
 Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless
specifically recommended in the manual. All other servicing
should be done by a qualified technician.
 Do not use a steam cleaner to clean your cooktop.
 Do not place or drop heavy objects on your cooktop.
 Do not stand on your cooktop.
 Do not use pans with jagged edges or drag pans across the
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Induction glass surface as this can scratch the glass.
 Do not use scourers or any other harsh abrasive cleaning
agents to clean your cooktop, as these can scratch the
Induction glass.
 If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons
in order to avoid a hazard.
 This appliance is intended to be used in household and
similar applications such as: -staff kitchen areas in shops,
offices and other working environments; -farm houses; -by
clients in hotels, motels and other residential type
environments; -bed and breakfast type environments.
 WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts become
hot during use.
 Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements.
 Children less than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
 This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years
and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if
they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved.
 Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without
supervision.
 WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can
be dangerous and may result in fire. NEVER try to extinguish
a fire with water, but switch off the appliance and then cover
flame e.g. with a lid or a fire blanket.
 WARNING: Danger of fire: do not store items on the cooking
surfaces.
 Warning: If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance
to avoid
 the possibility of electric shock, for hob surfaces of
glass-ceramic or similar material which protect live parts
 A steam cleaner is not to be used.
 The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an
external timer or separate remote-control system.
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Congratulations
on the purchase of your new Induction Hob.
We recommend that you spend some time to read this Instruction / Installation Manual in order to fully
understand how to install correctly and operate it.
For installation, please read the installation section.
Read all the safety instructions carefully before use and keep this Instruction / Installation Manual for
future reference.
2.
2.1
Product Induction
Top View
1. Max. 1400 W zone
2. Max. 1800 W zone
3. Max. 1400 W zone
4. Max. 1800 W zone
5. Glass plate
6. Control panel
7. ON/OFF control
Size of cooking zones and cookware
Cooking zones Diameter of cooking area
Diameter of cooking
(mm)
(mm)
2.2
1
160
140-160
2
180
160-180
3
160
140-160
4
180
160-180
Control Panel
1. Heating zone selection controls
2. Power regulating key
3. Keylock control
4. ON/OFF control
2.3
Working Theory
Induction cooking is a safe, advanced, efficient, and economical cooking technology. It works by
electromagnetic vibrations generating heat directly in the pan, rather than indirectly through heating the
glass surface. The glass becomes hot only because the pan eventually warms it up.
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iron pot
magnetic circuit
ceramic glass plate
induction coil
induced currents
2.4
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
Before using your New Induction Hob
Read this guide, taking special note of the ‘Safety Warnings’ section.
Remove any protective film that may still be on your Induction hob.
2.5
Technical Specification
Cooking Hob
UBIND60MLCT
Cooking Zones
4 Zones
Supply Voltage
220-240V~ 50/60Hz
Installed Electric Power
6400W
Product Size
590X520X60
L× W× H(mm)
Building-in Dimensions A× B (mm)
560X490
Weight and Dimensions are approximate. Because we continually strive to improve our products we may
change specifications and designs without prior notice.
3.
Operation of Product
3.1
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Touch Controls
The controls respond to touch, so you don’t need to apply any pressure.
Use the ball of your finger, not its tip.
You will hear a beep each time a touch is registered.
Make sure the controls are always clean, dry, and that there is no object (e.g. a utensil or a cloth)
covering them. Even a thin film of water may make the controls difficult to operate.
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3.2
Choosing the right Cookware
• Only use cookware with a base suitable for induction cooking.
Look for the induction symbol on the packaging or on the bottom
of the pan.
• You can check whether your cookware is suitable by carrying out a magnet test.
Move a magnet towards the base of the pan. If it is attracted, the pan is suitable
for induction.
• If you do not have a magnet:
1. Put some water in the pan you want to check.
2. If
does not flash in the display and the water is heating, the pan is suitable.
• Cookware made from the following materials is not suitable: pure stainless steel, aluminium or copper
without a magnetic base, glass, wood, porcelain, ceramic, and earthenware.
Do not use cookware with jagged edges or a curved base.
Make sure that the base of your pan is smooth, sits flat against the glass, and is the same size as the
cooking zone. Use pans whose diameter is as large as the graphic of the zone selected. Using a pot a
slightly wider energy will be used at its maximum efficiency. If you use smaller pot efficiency could be less
than expected. Pot less than 140 mm could be undetected by the hob. Always centre your pan on the
cooking zone.
Always lift pans off the Induction hob – do not slide, or they may scratch the glass.
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3.3
3.3.1
How to use
Start cooking
Touch the ON/OFF control for three seconds. After power on,
the buzzer beeps once, all displays show “–” or “– –”, indicating
that the induction hob has entered the state of standby mode.
Place a suitable pan on the cooking zone that you wish to use.
• Make sure the bottom of the pan and the surface of the
cooking zone are clean and dry.
Touching the heating zone selection control, and an indicator
next to the key will flash
Select a heat setting by touching the “-” or “+” control.
• If you don’t choose a heat setting within 1 minute, the
Induction hob will automatically switch off. You will need to
start again at step 1.
• You can modify the heat setting at any time during
cooking.
If the display flashes
alternately with the heat setting
This means that:
• you have not placed a pan on the correct cooking zone or,
• the pan you’re using is not suitable for induction cooking or,
• the pan is too small or not properly centered on the cooking zone.
No heating takes place unless there is a suitable pan on the cooking zone.
The display will automatically turn off after 2 minutes if no suitable pan is placed on it.
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3.3.2
Finish cooking
Touching the heating zone selection control that you wish
to switch off.
Turn the cooking zone off by scrolling down to “0” or
touching “-” and “+” control together. Make sure the
display shows “0”.
Turn the whole cooktop off by touching the ON/OFF
control.
Beware of hot surfaces
H will show which cooking zone is hot to touch. It will
disappear when the surface has cooled down to a safe
temperature. It can also be used as an energy saving
function if you want to heat further pans, use the
hotplate that is still hot.
3.3.3
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
Locking the Controls
You can lock the controls to prevent unintended use (for example children accidentally turning the
cooking zones on).
When the controls are locked, all the controls except the ON/OFF control are disabled.
To lock the controls
Touch the lock control
The timer indicator will show “ Lo ”
To unlock the controls
Touch and hold the lock control for a while.
When the hob is in the lock mode, all the controls are disable except the ON/OFF
the induction hob off with the ON/OFF
,
you can always turn
control in an emergency, but you shall unlock the hob first in the
next operation.
3.3.4
Default working times
Auto shut down is a safety protection function for your induction hob. It shut down automatically if ever
you forget to turn off your cooking. The default working times for various power levels are shown in the
below table:
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Power level
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Default working timer (hour)
8
8
8
4
4
4
2
2
2
When the pot is removed, the induction hob can stop heating immediately and the hob automatically
switch off after 2 minutes.
People with a heart pace maker should consult with their doctor before using this unit.
4.
Cooking Guidelines
Take care when frying as the oil and fat heat up very quickly, particularly if you’re using
PowerBoost. At extremely high temperatures oil and fat will ignite spontaneously and this
presents a serious fire risk.
4.1
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When food comes to the boil, reduce the temperature setting.
Using a lid will reduce cooking times and save energy by retaining the heat.
Minimize the amount of liquid or fat to reduce cooking times.
Start cooking on a high setting and reduce the setting when the food has heated through.
4.1.1
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Cooking Tips
Simmering, cooking rice
Simmering occurs below boiling point, at around 85˚C, when bubbles are just rising occasionally to
the surface of the cooking liquid. It is the key to delicious soups and tender stews because the
flavours develop without overcooking the food. You should also cook egg-based and flour thickened
sauces below boiling point.
Some tasks, including cooking rice by the absorption method, may require a setting higher than the
lowest setting to ensure the food is cooked properly in the time recommended.
4.1.2
Searing steak
To
1.
2.
3.
cook juicy flavorsome steaks:
Stand the meat at room temperature for about 20 minutes before cooking.
Heat up a heavy-based frying pan.
Brush both sides of the steak with oil. Drizzle a small amount of oil into the hot pan and then lower the
meat onto the hot pan.
4. Turn the steak only once during cooking. The exact cooking time will depend on the thickness of the
steak and how cooked you want it. Times may vary from about 2 – 8 minutes per side. Press the steak
to gauge how cooked it is – the firmer it feels the more ‘well done’ it will be.
5. Leave the steak to rest on a warm plate for a few minutes to allow it to relax and become tender
before serving.
4.1.3
For stir-frying
1. Choose an induction compatible flat-based wok or a large frying pan.
2. Have all the ingredients and equipment ready. Stir-frying should be quick. If cooking large quantities,
cook the food in several smaller batches.
3. Preheat the pan briefly and add two tablespoons of oil.
4. Cook any meat first, put it aside and keep warm.
5. Stir-fry the vegetables. When they are hot but still crisp, turn the cooking zone to a lower setting,
return the meat to the pan and add your sauce.
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6. Stir the ingredients gently to make sure they are heated through.
7. Serve immediately.
4.2
Detection of Small Articles
When an unsuitable size or non-magnetic pan (e.g. aluminium), or some other small item (e.g. knife, fork,
key) has been left on the hob, the hob automatically go on to standby in 1 minute. The fan will keep
cooking down the induction hob for a further 1 minute.
5.
Heat Settings
The settings below are guidelines only. The exact setting will depend on several factors, including your
cookware and the amount you are cooking. Experiment with the induction hob to find the settings that
best suit you.
Heat setting
1-2
delicate warming for small amounts of food
melting chocolate, butter, and foods that burn quickly
gentle simmering
slow warming
3-4
•
•
•
•
reheating
rapid simmering
cooking rice
pancakes
•
•
•
•
•
•
sautéing
cooking pasta
stir-frying
searing
bringing soup to the boil
boiling water
5-6
7-8
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6.
Suitability
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•
•
•
Care and Cleaning
What?
How?
Important!
Everyday soiling on
glass (fingerprints,
marks, stains left by
food or non-sugary
spillovers on the glass)
1. Switch the power to the cooktop
off.
2. Apply a cooktop cleaner while
the glass is still warm (but not
hot!)
3. Rinse and wipe dry with a clean
cloth or paper towel.
4. Switch the power to the cooktop
back on.
• When the power to the cooktop is
switched off, there will be no ‘hot
surface’ indication but the cooking zone
may still be hot! Take extreme care.
• Heavy-duty scourers, some nylon
scourers and harsh/abrasive cleaning
agents may scratch the glass. Always
read the label to check if your cleaner or
scourer is suitable.
• Never leave cleaning residue on the
cooktop: the glass may become stained.
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Boilovers, melts, and
hot sugary spills on
the glass
Spillovers on the
touch controls
7.
Remove these immediately with a
fish slice, palette knife or razor
blade scraper suitable for
Induction glass cooktops, but
beware of hot cooking zone
surfaces:
1. Switch the power to the cooktop
off at the wall.
2. Hold the blade or utensil at a 30°
angle and scrape the soiling or
spill to a cool area of the
cooktop.
3. Clean the soiling or spill up with
a dish cloth or paper towel.
4. Follow steps 2 to 4 for ‘Everyday
soiling on glass’ above.
1. Switch the power to the cooktop
off.
2. Soak up the spill
3. Wipe the touch control area with
a clean damp sponge or cloth.
4. Wipe the area completely dry
with a paper towel.
5. Switch the power to the cooktop
back on.
• Remove stains left by melts and
sugary food or spillovers as soon
as possible. If left to cool on the
glass, they may be difficult to
remove or even permanently
damage the glass surface.
• Cut hazard: when the safety cover
is retracted, the blade in a scraper
is razor-sharp. Use with extreme
care and always store safely and
out of reach of children.
• The cooktop may beep and turn
itself off, and the touch controls
may not function while there is
liquid on them. Make sure you wipe the
touch control area dry before turning the
cooktop back on.
Hints and Tips
Problem
Possible causes
The induction hob
cannot be turned on.
No power.
The touch controls are
unresponsive.
The controls are locked.
The touch controls are
difficult to operate.
There may be a slight film of
water over the controls or you
may be using the tip of your
finger when touching the
controls.
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What to do
Make sure the induction hob is
connected to the power supply
and that it is switched on.
Check whether there is a power
outage in your home or area. If
you’ve checked everything and the
problem persists, call a qualified
technician.
Unlock the controls. See section
‘Using your induction cooktop’ for
instructions.
Make sure the touch control area is dry
and use the ball of your finger when
touching the controls.
The glass is being
scratched.
Rough-edged cookware.
Use cookware with flat and smooth
bases. See ‘Choosing the right
cookware’.
Unsuitable, abrasive scourer or
cleaning products being used.
See ‘Care and cleaning’.
Some pans make
crackling or clicking
noises.
This may be caused by the
construction of your cookware
(layers of different metals
vibrating differently).
This is normal for cookware and
does not indicate a fault.
The induction hob
makes a low humming
noise when used on
a high heat setting.
This is caused by the technology
of induction cooking.
This is normal, but the noise should
quieten down or disappear completely
when you decrease the heat setting.
Fan noise coming from
the induction hob.
A cooling fan built into your
induction hob has come on to
prevent the electronics from
overheating. It may continue to
run even after you’ve turned the
induction hob off.
The induction hob cannot
detect the pan because it is not
suitable for induction cooking.
This is normal and needs no action. Do
not switch the power to the induction
hob off at the wall while the fan is
running.
The induction hob cannot detect
the pan because it is too small for
the cooking zone or not properly
centred on it.
Technical fault.
Centre the pan and make sure that its
base matches the size of the cooking
zone.
Pans do not become hot
and appears in the
display.
The induction hob or a
cooking zone has turned
itself off
unexpectedly, a tone
sounds and an error
code is displayed
(typically alternating
with one or two digits in
the cooking timer
display).
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Use cookware suitable for induction
cooking. See section ‘Choosing the right
cookware’.
Please note down the error
letters and numbers, switch
the power to the induction hob
off at the wall, and contact a
qualified technician.
Failure Display and Inspection
The induction hob is equipped with a self diagnostic function. With this test the technician is able to check
the function of several components without disassembling or dismounting the hob from the working
surface.
Troubleshooting
1) Failure code occur during customer using & Solution;
Failure code
Problem
Solution
Auto-Recovery
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E1
Supply voltage is above the rated voltage.
E2
Supply voltage is below the rated voltage.
Please inspect whether power supply is
normal.
High temperature of ceramic plate sensor .
E3
(1#)
High temperature of ceramic plate sensor .
E4
(2#)
E5
High temperature of IGBT .(1#)
E6
High temperature of IGBT.(2#)
Power on after the power supply is normal.
Wait for the temperature of ceramic plate
return to normal.
Touch “ON/OFF” button to restart unit.
Wait for the temperature of IGBT return to
normal.
Touch “ON/OFF” button to restart unit.
Check whether the fan runs smoothly;
if not , replace the fan.
No Auto-Recovery
F3/F6
F4/F7
F5/F8
F9/FA
FC /FD
Ceramic plate temperature sensor failure-short circuit. (F3 for 1#,F6 for2#)
Ceramic plate temperature sensor
Check the connection or replace the
failure--open circuit. (F4 for 1#,F7 for2#)
ceramic plate temperature sensor.
Ceramic plate temperature sensor
failure—invalid.
(F5 for 1#,F8 for2#)
Temperature sensor of the IGBT failure.
(short circuit/open circuit for 1#)
Temperature sensor of the IGBT failure.
Replace the power board.
(short circuit/open circuit for 2#)
2) Specific Failure & Solution
Failure
The LED does not
come on when unit is
plugged in.
Some buttons can’t work,
or the LED display is not
normal.
The Cooking Mode
Indicator comes on, but
heating does not start.
Problem
Solution A
No power supplied.
The accessorial power
board and the display
board connected failure.
The accessorial power
board is damaged.
The display board is
damaged.
The display board is
damaged.
High temperature of the
hob.
There is something
wrong with the fan.
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Check to see if plug is
secured tightly in outlet
and that outlet is
working.
Check the connection.
Replace the accessorial
power board.
Replace the display
board.
Replace the display
board.
Ambient temperature
may be too high. Air
Intake or Air Vent may be
blocked.
Check whether the fan
runs
Solution B
smoothly;
if not , replace the fan.
Heating stops suddenly
during operation and the
display flashes “u”.
Heating zones of the same
side ( Such as the first and
the second zone ) would
display “u” .
Fan motor sounds
abnormal.
The power board is
damaged.
Replace the power board.
Pan Type is wrong.
Use the proper pot (refer
to the instruction
manual.)
Pot diameter is too
small.
Cooker has overheated;
Unit is overheated. Wait
for temperature to return
to normal.
Push “ON/OFF” button to
restart unit.
The power board and
the display board
connected failure;
The display board of
communicate part is
damaged.
The Main board is
damaged.
Check the connection.
The fan motor is
damaged.
Replace the fan.
Pan detection
circuit is damaged,
replace the power
board.
Replace the display
board.
Replace the power board.
The above are the judgment and inspection of common failures.
Please do not disassemble the unit by yourself to avoid any dangers and damages to the induction hob.
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9.1
Installation
Selection of installation equipment
Cut out the work surface according to the sizes shown in the drawing.
For the purpose of installation and use, a minimum of 5 cm space shall be preserved around the hole.
Be sure the thickness of the work surface is at least 30mm. Please select heat-resistant and insulated
work surface material (Wood and similar fibrous or hygroscopic material shall not be used as work surface
material unless impregnated) to avoid the electrical shock and larger deformation caused by the heat
radiation from the hotplate. As shown below:
Note: The safety distance between the sides of the hob and the inner surfaces of the worktop
should be at least 3mm.
and insulated
s of the worktop
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L(mm)
W(mm)
H(mm)
D(mm)
A(mm)
B(mm)
X(mm)
F(mm)
590
520
60
56
560+4
490+4
50 mini
3 mini
+1
+1
Under any circumstances, make sure the Induction cooker hob is well ventilated and the air inlet and
outlet are not blocked. Ensure the induction cooker hob is in good work state. As shown below
Note: The safety distance between the hotplate and the cupboard above the hotplate should be at
least 760 mm.
A(mm)
B(mm)
C(mm)
D
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760
50 mini
20 mini
Air intake
Air exit 5mm
WARNING: Ensuring Adequate Ventilation
Make sure the induction cooker hob is well ventilated and that air inlet and outlet are not blocked. In
order to avoid accidental touch with the overheating bottom of the hob, or getting unexpectable
electric shock during working, it is necessary to put a wooden insert, fixed by screws, at a minimum
distance of 50mm from the bottom of the hob. Follow the requirements below.
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There are ventilation holes around outside of the hob. YOU MUST ensure these holes
are not blocked by the worktop when you put the hob into position.
Be aware that the glue that join the plastic or wooden material to the furniture,
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has to resist to temperature not below 150℃, to avoid the unstuck of the
paneling.
The rear wall, adjacent and surrounding surfaces must therefore be able to
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withstand an temperature of 90℃.
9.2
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The work surface is square and level, and no structural members interfere with space requirements.
The work surface is made of a heat-resistant and insulated material.
If the hob is installed above an oven, the oven has a built-in cooling fan.
The installation will comply with all clearance requirements and applicable standards and regulations.
A suitable isolating switch providing full disconnection from the mains power supply is incorporated
in the permanent wiring, mounted and positioned to comply with the local wiring rules and
regulations.
The isolating switch must be of an approved type and provide a 3 mm air gap contact separation in
all poles (or in all active [phase] conductors if the local wiring rules allow for this variation of the
requirements).
The isolating switch will be easily accessible to the customer with the hob installed.
You consult local building authorities and by-laws if in doubt regarding installation.
You use heat-resistant and easy-to-clean finishes (such as ceramic tiles) for the wall surfaces
surrounding the hob.
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Before installing the hob, make sure that
After installing the hob, make sure that
The power supply cable is not accessible through cupboard doors or drawers.
There is adequate flow of fresh air from outside the cabinetry to the base of the hob.
If the hob is installed above a drawer or cupboard space, a thermal protection barrier is installed
below the base of the hob.
The isolating switch is easily accessible by the customer.
9.4
Before locating the fixing brackets
The unit should be placed on a stable, smooth surface (use the packaging). Do not apply force onto the
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controls protruding from the hob.
9.5
Adjusting the bracket position
Fix the hob on the work surface by screw 2 brackets on the bottom of hob(see picture) after installation.
Adjust the bracket position to suit for different table top thickness.
9.6
Cautions
1. The induction hotplate must be installed by qualified personnel or technicians. We have professionals
at your service. Please never conduct the operation by yourself.
2. The hob will not be installed directly above a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine or clothes
dryer, as the humidity may damage the hob electronics
3. The induction hotplate shall be installed such that better heat radiation can be ensured to enhance its
reliability.
6 4. The wall and induced heating zone above the table surface shall withstand heat.
5. To avoid any damage, the sandwich layer and adhesive must be resistant to heat.
. A steam cleaner is not to be used.
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9.7
Connecting the hob to the mains power supply
This hob must be connected to the mains power supply only by a suitably qualified person.
Before connecting the hob to the mains power supply, check that:
1. The domestic wiring system is suitable for the power drawn by the hob.
2. The voltage corresponds to the value given in the rating plate
3. The power supply cable sections can withstand the load specified on the rating plate.
To connect the hob to the mains power supply, do not use adapters, reducers, or branching
devices, as they can cause overheating and fire.
The power supply cable must not touch any hot parts and must be positioned so that its
temperature will not exceed 75˚C at any point.
Check with an electrician whether the domestic wiring system is suitable without alterations.
Any alterations must only be made by a qualified electrician.
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If the cable is damaged or to be replaced, the operation must be carried out the by after-sale agent
with dedicated tools to avoid any accidents.
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If the appliance is being connected directly to the mains an omnipolar circuit-breaker must be
installed with a minimum opening of 3mm between contacts.
The installer must ensure that the correct electrical connection has been made and that it is
compliant with safety regulations.
The cable must not be bent or compressed.
The cable must be checked regularly and replaced by authorised technicians only.
The bottom surface and the power cord of the hob are not accessible after installation.
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This appliance is labeled in compliance with European directive 2012/19/EU for Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring that this appliance is disposed
of correctly, you will help prevent any possible damage to the environment and to human
health, which might otherwise be caused if it were disposed of in the
wrong way.
The symbol on the product indicates that it may not be treated as normal household
waste. It should be taken to a collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic
goods.
DISPOSAL: Do not
dispose this product
as unsorted municipal
waste. Collection of
such waste separately
for special treatment is
necessary.
This appliance requires specialist waste disposal. For further information regarding the
treatment, recover and recycling of this product please contact your local council, your
household waste disposal service, or the shop where you purchased it.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product,
please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service or the shop
where you purchased the product.
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