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USER MANUAL
UPRIGHT COOKER
TFGC919X
IMPORTANT // Please ensure that you read through this user manual prior to installation and use. This
manual contains important information to ensure optimal performance and keep you safe. Please retain your
proof of purchase, as this will be required in the event that you require warranty service. Remember to retain
this manual for future reference.
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HELLO
CONGRATULATIONS ON THE SELECTION OF THIS TISIRA APPLIANCE. TISIRA
APPLIANCES HAVE BEEN SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR AUSTRALIAN AND
NEW ZEALAND KITCHENS.
Please read through this user manual carefully as it contains information that
will ensure that your appliance is installed correctly, important operating &
care instructions and also some advice of what you need to do if this appliance
is not performing as intended.
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CONTENTS
HELLO 2
CONTENTS 3
WARNINGS 4
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 5-16
MAINTAINING YOUR COOKER 17-19
INSTALLATION 20-23
CONNECTIONS 24-26
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS TROUBLE SHOOTING 27
28-29
PROOF OF PURCHASE 30
NOTES 31
CONTACT DETAILS 32
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WARNING & SAFETY
INFORMATION
•
DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE.
•
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE
VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE WHILE IT
IS IN OPERATION.
•
DO NOT STORE OR USE FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS IN THE APPLIANCE
STORAGE DRAWER OR NEAR THIS
APPLIANCE.
•
DO NOT FOR USE IN MARINE CRAFT,
CARAVANS OR MOBILE HOME.
(UNLESS EACH BURNER IS FITTED
WITH A FLAME SAFEGUARD)
•
WHERE THIS APPLIANCE IS
INSTALLED IN MARINE CRAFT OR IN
CARAVANS, IT SHALL NOT BE USED AS
A SPACE HEATER.
•
Servicing should be carried out only by
authorised personnel.
•
Do not remove the plug by pulling the
cable.
•
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In order to prevent accidental tipping
of the appliance, for example by a child
climbing onto the open oven door, the
anti-tilting chain must be installed.
Refer to the instructions on page 15.
•
To avoid burns, young children should
be kept away.
•
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.
•
Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
•
Accessible parts may become hot when
the grill is in use. Children should be
kept away.
•
Very important: keep this instruction
booklet with the appliance for handy
references
•
This appliance is designed for domestic
use only.
•
Keep packaging out of reach of children
at all times.
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF COOKTOP
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS
Front Left Burner
Rear Left Burner
Rear Right Burner
Front Right Burner
Central Burner
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Trivets
Burner Cap
Diffuser
Ignition Candle
Flame Failure Device
USE THE CORRECT COOKWARE
1. Cookware should be centralised on the
burner when in use.
2. Do not use round bottomed pans (e.g.
woks) without appropriate wok support
recommended by the manufacturer.
3. Adjust the flame according to the size of
your cookware, not allowing the flame
to extend past the edge of the pan.
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Burner
Min Ø
Saucepan
(mm)
Max Ø
Saucepan
(mm)
Auxilary
80
160
Semi-rapid
120
200
Rapid
200
230
Wok-Burner
230
260
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
IGNITION AND OPERATION OF THE BURNERS
1. To ignite a burner, push in the knob and
rotate anti-clockwise to the High Flame
symbol.
2. Keep the knob depressed for 3-4
seconds to ensure that the flame
failure device keeps the burners lit.
3. Adjust the heat level by rotating the
knob between the Low Flame and High
flame symbols.
4. To turn the burner off, rotate the knob
clockwise to the Off symbol.
1
2
1. Off
2. High Flame
3. Low Flame
3
When the burners are lit check that the
flame is always regular. Before removing
the saucepans turn the burners off.
Be careful not to place saucepans with
unstable or deformed bottoms on the
burners to avoid overturning or spilling.
There shall be adequate ventilation of the
room when a rangehood is used at the same
time as appliances burning gas. When a
rangehood is not in use, ensure that natural
ventilation outlets are open.
If a burner shuts off accidentally, turn off
at the control knob and wait at least one
minute to re-ignite it.
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF OVEN
ADJUSTING THE SHELF/TRAY
POSITION
USING THE THERMOSTAT CONTROL
When adjusting or positioning your shelf,
please ensure the following:
C
1. Ensure that the shelf / tray is located
between the two wire sideracks. (See
point 1)
50
2. The shelf stops should be facing
downwards and towards the rear. (See
point 2)
MAX
100
3. The guard rail should always be located
at the rear of the oven (See point 3)
200 180
3
1
2
BEFORE USING THE OVEN FOR THE
FIRST TIME:
NOTE // After connecting the unit to the
power, “12:00” is displayed on the digital
timer but the time still needs to be set for the
oven to work. Please refer to pages 10 and 11
for instructions on how to set the time.
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Thermostat Control
•
Set the temperature by turning the
thermostat control to the desired level.
•
When a temperature is selected,
thermostat light will illuminate.
•
When the selected temperature is
reached, the light will turn off.
ATTENTION // During use, the appliance
becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements inside the oven.
NOTE // Never line the oven with
aluminium sheets as this can cause
damage to the enamel.
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
USING THE OVEN FUNCTION SELECTOR
SYMBOL
FUNCTION
Light
The light mode can be turned on with no heating elements and will
turn on with all oven functions.
Defrost
Defrost mode distributes air at ambient temperature inside the oven
to defrost food quickly and without protein adulterations.
Fan-Assisted
Gril
Fan-assisted Grill mode uses the grill element and oven fan to cook
meats, vegetables and poultry. In this mode, heat is radiated down
then spread throughout the oven. To achieve the best results, use
the middle tray position.
Double Grill
Double Grill mode should be used when maximum grill heat is not
required.
Grill
Grill mode should be used for melting cheese, toasting & browning.
Five minutes preheating is required to heat the element. Use the
upper shelf position for best results.
Fan-Assisted
Convection
Fan-assisted convection mode is ideal for delicate foods such as
desserts. In this mode, the oven uses the oven fan, bottom and top
elements. It is recommended to use the lower shelf position with this
mode.
Natural
Convection
Natural Convection mode utilises the top and bottom elements. This
function is recommended for use with the middle shelf position and
is good for slow cooking casseroles, etc.
Bottom Element
Fan-Forced
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USE
Bottom Element mode is recommended
for cooking pastry based dishes (flans,
quiches and tarts) that require more
heat and radiation from below.
Fan-forced mode cooks foods placed
on up to 2 different shelves.
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
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3 45
DIGITAL TIMER
6
M
7
8
Icon
9
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Auto-Programming icon
Time-setting icon
Seconds icon
Ready-to-use icon
Alarm icon
Number display
Decrease key
Mode key
Increase key
Function
Auto-programming icon
Flashes when setting an automatic program, and at the
end of an automatic program
Time-setting icon
Flashes when setting the time
Seconds icon
Flashes in the time setting or alarm setting mode
Alarm icon
Ready-to-use icon
Displays the status of the oven
Decrease and Increase keys
Used to increase or decrease time
Mode key
Used to change between program modes
Term
Meaning
Present time
Current 24-hour time at location (Eg. 12:00)
Cooking time
Duration of oven cooking time (Eg. 0:10 = 10 minutes
cooking time)
End time
The time at the end of the cooking (Eg. 12:10)
Automatic mode
Sets the duration of the cooking time, beginning at 0:00
(0:01 = 1 minute)
Semi-automatic mode
Sets the end time, beginning with the present time (24
hour time / 0:00 – 23:59)
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
USING THE OVEN TIMER
TIME SETTING
1. Once the oven has been turned on,
’12:00’ is displayed but the ready-to-use
icon may not be displayed.
2. Press ‘-‘ or ‘+’ to set the present
time, or press the mode key to enter
the present working mode. The relay
contact is now connected and the
ready-to-use icon will be displayed (A).
ALARM FUNCTION
2. Press ‘-‘ or ‘+’ to adjust the alarm
clock time setting (0:01 = 1 minute). A
few seconds after the time has been
set, the alarm setting will apply and
a countdown will begin from the set
alarm time. (C)
3. Once the alarm program has ended,
the alarm icon will flash and the buzzer
will sound. Press any key to stop the
sounding of the alarm, otherwise, it will
turn off automatically after 2 minutes
and the display will return to the
present time (D).
To independently set the alarm:
1. Press the mode key once, and the alarm
icon will flash (B)
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
CANCELLING THE TIMER
Press ‘-‘ or ‘+’ to manually set the timer to “0”
AUTOMATIC/SEMI-AUTOMATIC
PROGRAM MODE SETTING
1. To enter the Automatic mode, press the
‘mode key’ twice (E)
4. A few seconds after the time has been
set, the ‘auto-programming indicator
icon’ will flash to confirm and apply
your program setting (for both modes).
5. Once the set automatic/semi-automatic
program has ended, the display will
return to the present time and the auto
icon will no longer be displayed (Display
D).
CANCEL FUNCTION
Press the ‘-‘ and ‘+’ keys at the same
time to cancel the set automatic or semiautomatic program. The display will
return to the present time (D).
2. To enter the Semi-automatic mode,
press the ‘mode key’ three times (F)
3. Use the ‘-‘ and ‘+’ keys to adjust the
cooking time (Automatic mode) or the
end time (Semi-automatic mode)
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
TABLE OF COOKING TIMES
The table below provides examples of the function, temperature, tray
position and estimated cooking times for various types of food.
IMPORTANT // Please note that this table is a guide only and times can vary
according to the type of food, volume and quantity of food being cooked.
Preheating of the oven is recommended for 10-15 minutes or until the
oven thermostat light switches off to indicate that the selected temperature
has been reached.
NATURAL CONVECTION
Food to be cooked
Tray
Position
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time (mins)
BAKED GOODS
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Small cakes
3
195
20-30
Victoria sponge cake
3
190
25-35
Swiss Roll
3
200
20-25
Fruit Cake
2
155
120-180
Scones
3
260
10-20
Meringues
2
95
120-180
Shortcrust Pastry
3
210
25-45
Puff/Flaky Pastry
2
220
20-35
Choux Pastry
3
220
25-35
Biscuits
3
200
15-25
Bread
2
250
30-40
Pudding
2
165
60-120
Pizza
3
270
25
Lasagne
3
170
75
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
NATURAL CONVECTION CONTINUED
Food to be cooked
Tray
Position
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time (mins)
MEAT & POULTRY
Rare & Crusty
270
12 mins per 500g (+12 mins)
Rare
220
15 mins per 500g (+15 mins)
Medium
220
20 mins per 500g (+20 mins)
Well Done
180
25 mins per 500g (+25 mins)
On the bone
220
20 mins per 500g (+20 mins)
De-boned and
rolled
170
27 mins per 500g (+27 mins)
220
25 mins per 500g (+25 mins)
180
30 mins per 500g (+30 mins)
Beef
(On the
bone)
Lamb
On the bone
Pork
De-boned and
rolled
3
On the bone
Veal
25 mins per 500g (+25 mins)
220
De-boned and
rolled
Chicken
Turkey/Duck
30 mins per 500g (+30 mins)
220
20 mins per 500g (+20 mins)
170
25 mins per 500g (+15 mins)
220
20 mins per 500g (+20 mins)
170
25 mins per 500g (+15 mins)
FAN FORCED
Food to be cooked
Tray
Position
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time (mins)
BAKED GOODS
Small cakes
175
15-25
Victoria sponge cake
170
20-30
180
15-20
135
60-120
Scones
210
8-15
Meringues
80
60-120
Swiss Roll
Fruit Cake
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Positions
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
FAN FORCED CONTINUED
Food to be cooked
Tray
Position
Temperature
(°C)
Cooking time (mins)
BAKED GOODS
Shortcrust Pastry
190
20-40
Puff/Flaky Pastry
200
15-30
Choux Pastry
200
20-30
170
10-20
200
25-35
Pudding
150
60-120
Pizza
250
20
Lasagne
165
60
Biscuits
All
Positions
Bread
MEAT & POULTRY
Rare &
Crusty
230
Rare
190
Medium
160
25 mins per 500g (+8 mins)
Well Done
190
20 mins per 500g (+10 mins)
On the bone
155
27 mins per 500g (+14 mins)
200
25 mins per 500g (+14 mins)
On the bone
160
30 mins per 500g (+18 mins)
De-boned
and rolled
200
On the bone
200
20 mins per 500g (+10 mins)
De-boned
and rolled
155
25 mins per 500g (+13 mins)
Chicken
220
18 mins per 500g (+14 mins)
Turkey/Duck
155
23 mins per 500g
Beef
(On the
bone)
Lamb
Pork
Veal
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De-boned
and rolled
3
9 mins per 500g (+9 mins)
15 mins per 500g (+8 mins)
20 mins per 500g (+10 mins)
25 mins per 500g (+14 mins)
30 mins per 500g (+14 mins)
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
ACCESSORIES
The accessories can be inserted into the oven in 4
different shelf positions. They can be safely pulled
two-thirds of the way out of the oven.
BAKING AND ROASTING SHELF
Accessory
Description
Used for ovenware, cake tins, roasts,
grilling and frozen meals
Baking and roasting shelf
Enamelled baking tray
Used for moist cakes, pastries, frozen
meals and large roasts. This accessory
can also be inserted underneath the wire
rack or rotary spit and used as a drip tray
to collect fat
Used for roasts and large pieces of
poultry. This accessory must be used only
in combination with the enamelled baking
tray.
Rotary spit
INSTALLING THE ROTARY SPIT
•• The joint may also be trussed with string
The rotary spit functions only when the grill
function is on.
Poultry
PREPARING THE JOINT & POULTRY
Meat Joints
•• Place the joint of meat as centrally as
possible on the rotary spit and secure it at
both ends with the retaining clips
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•• Bind the ends of the poultry wings
underneath the back and the thighs
against the body – this will prevent them
from charring on the outside
•• Pierce the skin on the underside of the
wings to allow the fat to escape
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OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
INSERTING THE ROTARY SPIT
NOTE // Never touch the hot surface of the
cooking compartment, the heating elements,
the rotary spit or other accessories directly
– they will be hot.
1. Hook the spit holder into the bracket on
the ceiling of the cooking compartment.
If pre-heating is required, this should
be done before pre-heating. Otherwise,
thermal oven gloves must be worn
during this process.
4. Pour a little bit of water into the baking
tray and slide this into shelf position 1 to
collect the run-off fat.
REMOVING THE ROTARY SPIT
NOTE // Open the appliance door carefully –
steam may escape
NOTE // Always wear heat-resistant gloves
when handling hot accessories
1. Open the appliance door, then carefully
remove the rotary spit from the holder.
2. To attach the spit, slide one end into
the recessed adapter located in the
left-hand side panel of the cooking
compartment.
2. Carefully withdraw the rotary spit from
the recessed adapter located in the
left-hand side panel of the cooking
compartment and remove it from the oven.
3. Hook the other end into the holder
3. Remove the baking tray.
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MAINTAINING YOUR
COOKER
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Before any operation disconnect the appliance
from the power supply and wait for it to cool
down.
•• Do not use steam for cleaning
•• Wash the enamelled parts with lukewarm
water and detergent
•• Wash the diffusers frequently with boiling
water and detergent make sure to remove
any deposits which could block the flame
outlet
•• Rinse the stainless steel parts well with
water and dry them with a soft cloth
•• To clean the hob use slightly damp sponges
and wiping cloths: if too much water is used
it could penetrate the internal parts and
damage electrical parts.
•• The trivets of the hob can be washed in the
dishwasher
•• For persistent stains use normal
non-abrasive detergents, or hot vinegar
•• Clean the glass parts with hot water and a
soft cloth
•• To prevent lighting difficulties, carefully
clean the ignition candles regularly.
•• It is necessary to clean the oven after each
use
•• Once the oven is cold, you will be able to
remove the fat deposits with a sponge or
a cloth damp with warm soapy water or a
common detergent.
•• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners
or sharp metal scrapers to clean this
appliance.
ALWAYS CLEAN THE APPLIANCE IMMEDIATELY AFTER ANY FOOD SPILLAGE.
TO MAINTAIN SAFE OPERATION, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE PRODUCT BE INSPECTED
EVERY FIVE YEARS BY AN AUTHORISED SERVICE PERSON.
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MAINTAINING YOUR
COOKER
REMOVAL AND INSERTION OF THE
SIDE RACKS
REPLACING THE OVEN LAMP
B
A
1. To remove the hook-in racks, take
hold of the rack and lift it upwards and
outwards to unhook the rack from its
position.
2. To re-insert the rack, sit the rack onto
the nut located at the bottom (A) then
insert the top hooks of the rack into the
slots on the oven wall (B)
After the oven is disconnected from the
mains and has cooled down replace the
lamp as follows:
1. Unscrew the glass protection cap
2. With a soft cloth, unscrew the light bulb
3. With a soft cloth, replace the bulb (E14
25W 300°C)
4. Re-secure the glass protection cap
WARNING // It is important not to touch
the bulb with your hands as acids from
your skin can damage the bulb.
WARNING // Ensure that the appliance is
switched off before replacing the bulb to
avoid the risk of electric shock.
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MAINTAINING YOUR
COOKER
REMOVING THE INTERIOR GLASS
OF THE OVEN
To remove the interior glass of the oven
door for cleaning purposes:
1. Position the oven door into a semi-open
position
4. After cleaning, refit the glass by carefully
inserting the interior glass back into the door
with both hands, re-inserting the screws,
and closing the oven door as normal
CLEANING THE OVEN DOOR
For a more thorough clean, the oven door
can be removed by proceeding as follows:
1. Open the door fully
2. Lift up the small levers “A” located on the
two hinges
2. Remove the screws located at the top of
the door
3. Grip the door on the two external sides
and close the door slowly until it reaches
the levers. Ensure that the levers are
locked onto slots “B”. As shown below
4. Using both hands, push the oven door
lightly inwards to enable the door hinges
“C” to come away from the slots “D” (see
Fig 5D) and pull the door towards you
until it is released from the oven
5. To replace door, reverse this sequence
3. Use both hands to carefully remove the
interior glass
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INSTALLATION
The manufacturer declines any and all responsibilities for damages to things or injuries to
persons or animals deriving from incorrect installation or use of the equipment.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
WARNING:
•• 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 for this appliance are stated on the data plate or under the
product specifications section on page 27
•• The appliance should have adequate surrounding ventilation for complete combustion of
gas, proper fluing, and to maintain temperature of immediate surroundings within safe
limits.
•• This appliance shall be installed only by authorised persons and in accordance with the
manufacturer’s installation instructions, local gas fitting regulations [AS5601), municipal
building codes, electrical wiring regulations, and local water supply regulations.
A = 95-160mm
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INSTALLATION
REINFORCEMENT BAR/
ADJUSTABLE FEET INSTALLATION
1. Before proceeding, remove all the
temporarily fixed parts and accessories
of the oven (pan supports, burners etc.).
Retrieve the two reinforcement bars
that are provided with the appliance and
remove them from the packaging.
5. Firmly screw each of the four legs into
their cavities.
2. Carefully tilt the appliance by raising
one side slightly from the floor. This
task may require two operators.
3. With the cooker safely tilted, position
the two reinforcement bars onto the
left and right side of the bottom of the
cooker (where the screw holes on each
bar align with the mounting holes on
the bottom of the cooker).
6. Carefully realign the cooker to its
original vertical position, and adjust the
legs to level the appliance. This task
may require two operators.
4. Using a screwdriver, fix both
reinforcement bars into the mounting
holes using the screws provided as
shown in the image. There are 4 screws
for each reinforcement bar.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLING THE ANTI-TILTING
CHAIN
The cooker is supplied with 2 anti-tilting
chains to prevent the appliance from tilting
forward and accidentally damaging the gas
pipe. The anti-tilting chain should be fitted
as follows:
3. Bring the cooker to the wall and clip the
chains on the “screw eyes”.
In situations where the cooker is installed
between two cabinets:
1. Drill four 6mm holes in the wall
1. Drill a 16mm hole in each cabinet, at
the same height as the chain.
2. Insert part “R” into the holes then
screw in the “screw eyes” part “G”
2. Feed the chain through the left and
right holes respectively.
Note // If the part provided is not suitable
for the wall material please use an
appropriate device to ensure secure
holding of the “screw eyes” to the wall.
3. Move cooker to desired position.
4. Tighten and fix chains to back-side of
cabinet.
Wall
G
G
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R
Hole
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INSTALLATION
COMBUSTIBLE
SURFACES
Min
100mm
Min
10mm
Min 650 mm
‘0’ mm
‘0’ mm
Min
400mm
Any adjoining wall surface
(side or rear) situated within
200mm from the edge of
any hob burner must be a
suitable noncombustible
material for a height of
150mm for the entire length
of the cooker.
Any combustible
construction above the
cooker must be at least
650mm above the maintop.
STABILITY BRACKET INSTALLATION
1. Carefully move the appliance to
expose the back wall against which
the appliance stands. This may
require two people.
2. Fix the stability bracket onto the
wall using the two screws provided.
Ensure that this bracket is placed in
alignment with the slot located at the
rear of the appliance.
3. Carefully move the appliance back to
its original position to align the wall
bracket into the slot located at the rear
of the appliance.
4. The dotted line on the image
illustrates where the cooker should
be positioned once the stability
bracket has been installed.
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CONNECTIONS
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Equipment type: Free standing (Class 1)
Insulation class: Class 1
The appliance is fitted with an approved
15 Amp flexible cord and plug which must be
connected to a correctly earthed socket outlet.
CONNECTION OF THE SUPPLY
CABLE TO THE MAINS
In case of a direct connection to the mains
(cable without plug), it is necessary to insert
a suitable omnipolar switch before the
appliance, with minimum opening between
contacts of 3 mm (the grounding wire should
not be interrupted by the switch).
Before connecting to the mains, make
sure that:
1. All components used to make the electrical
connection are adequate to withstand the
maximum load required (see rating plate).
2. The supply system is regularly grounded,
according to the regulations in force.
3. The socket or the omnipolar switch can
easily be reached after the installation of
the oven.
WIRE COLOURS:
Green & Yellow - Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live
/
1
WARNING // Never use reductions, shunts, adaptors which can cause overheating or
burning.
NOTE // After carrying out the connection to the mains, check that the supplying cable does not
come into contact with parts subject to heating.
ATTENTION // 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.
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CONNECTIONS
GAS CONNECTION
The gas connection is male 1/2” BSP and is
situated 55mm from the right and 700mm
from the floor.
Loosen the tie-in down and connect one
terminal of the pipe with the gas elbow between
1-1.2m long.
The hose should not be subjected to abrasion,
kinking or permanent deformation and should
be able to be inspected along its entire length
after installation.
Unions compatible with the hose fittings must
be used and connections tested for gas leaks.
The flexible tube shall be fitted in such a way
that it cannot come into contact with a moveable
part of the housing unit (e.g. a drawer)and does
not pass through any space susceptible of
becoming congested.
The fixed consumer piping outlet should be at
approximately the same height as the cooker
connection point, pointing downwards and
approximately 150mm to the side of the cooker.
The hose should be clear of the floor when the
cooker is in the installed position.
Once the appliance has been installed, make
sure that the gas pipe is neither squashed or
damaged by moving parts.
NATURAL GAS
This appliance leaves the factory set to operate
using Natural Gas.
Make sure that the Natural Gas regulator
supplied with the appliance is installed and,
with all burners operating at their maximum,
adjust the test point pressure to 1kPa.
UNIVERSAL LPG
To convert from Natural Gas to Universal
LPG, ensure that the Natural Gas regulator is
replaced by the Test Point Assembly supplied
with the appliance.
An approved gas regulator suitable for a
supply pressure of 2.75kPa should be part of
the gas tank supply.
IMPORTANT // Ensure that the gas injectors
are also replaced with the Universal
LPG injectors supplied. Refer to the Gas
Specification table on page 27 for the injectors.
1. Remove the trivets
2. Remove the burners caps and diffusers
3. With a 7 mm socket spanner unscrew and
remove the injectors.
Before switching the appliance on, check
that it is correctly regulated for the type of
gas available.
ADJUSTMENT TO DIFFERENT
GAS TYPES
To perform the adjustments to different types
of gas, the qualified installer shall follow the
instructions given on this section.
Make sure that the gas supply pressure
respects the values presented in the table “Gas
Specifications” on page 27.
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4. Replace the injectors with those supplied
suitable for Universal LPG
5. Replace the burner difusers, caps and
trivets
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CONNECTIONS
SETTING THE MINIMUM FLAME
The flame on the small output is regulated
by the factory.
by-pass screw gently clockwise to the end.
6. Put the knob back on and turn it quickly
from the maximum position to the
minimum position, checking that the
flame does not go out.
7. For burners with safety valve make sure
that the regulation obtained is sufficient to
maintain heating of the thermocouple. If it
is not, increase the minimum.
Before leaving, check all connections, with
soap and water, for gas leaks.
WARNING // Do not use a naked flame for
detecting leaks.
When the injectors have been replaced or
there are special mains pressure conditions,
it may be necessary to regulate the minimum
flame again. The operations necessary to set
the minimum flame are as follows:
1. Light the burner.
2. Turn the knob to the minimum position.
3. Take out the knob (and gasket if there is
one).
4. LPG to Natural Gas: use a thin blade
screwdriver to turn the bypass screw
located on the body of the gas tap as shown
on the image above. Turn the bypass screw
gently clockwise to the end completely
then turn it anti-clockwise 1 turn for the
triple ring, 3/4 turn for the rapid, 1/2 turn
for the semi-rapid and 3/8 turn for the
auxiliary.
5. Natural Gas to LPG: use a thin blade
screwdriver to turn the bypass screw
located on the body of the gas valve shaft
as shown on the image above. Turn the
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Ignite all burners both individually and
combined to ensure correct operation of
gas valves, burners and ignition.
ABNORMAL OPERATION
If the appliance cannot be adjusted to
perform correctly, it is an abnormal situation
and you should contact the authorised
service provider.
Any of the following are considered to
be abnormal operation and may require
servicing:
•• Yellow tipping of the burner flame.
•• Sooting up of utensils.
•• Burners not igniting properly.
•• Burners failing to remain alight.
•• Burners being extinguished by oven door.
•• Gas valves which are difficult to turn.
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PRODUCT
SPECIFICATIONS
GAS SPECIFICATIONS
NATURAL GAS
Inj. Diam.
(mm)
Power
(MJ/h)
Auxiliary
0.90
Semi
Rapid
UNIVERSAL LPG
Gas
pressure
(kPa)
Inj. Diam.
(mm)
Power
(MJ/h)
4.00
0.53
3.70
1.20
7.10
0.73
7.10
Rapid
1.50
11.00
Wok
1.63
12.70
Gas
pressure
(kPa)
1
2.75
0.95
11.70
1.00
13.00
ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
VOLTAGE
WATTAGE
TFGC919X
220-240V~50Hz
2940W
* 15 Amp Plug
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
The burner is not
burning properly
SUGGESTED SOLUTION
• Check if the burner is dirty or damp - Try cleaning and/or
drying the burner.
• The appliance may not be suitable for the type of gas you
are utilizing - Check the identification plate on the back of
the unit.
• Ensure that the power is on –
• First check if the main house fuse or circuit breaker
has activated.
The burner does not
ignite
• Then, test the power socket with another appliance. If
the appliance works, unplug the cooker and contact
the service agent.
• Check if the burner is dirty or damp. The electrode or
burner slots may be blocked by debris - Try cleaning and/
or drying the burner.
• Check if there is a problem with your gas supply – make
sure any other gas appliances you may have are working.
• Ensure the burner caps are correctly positioned
The appliance is
producing too much
heat and moisture in
the room
• Ensure that the kitchen is well ventilated – keep natural
ventilation holes open or install a mechanical ventilation
device.
• Ensure that the appliance is switched on at the mains
• Check that the appliance is not programed to turn on
later. If it is, switch to manual setting mode on your oven.
The oven is not
functioning
• If the button or scale on the timer remains in the
automatic position after use, the power supply to the oven
will be interrupted.
• Check for an unexpected power outage – Switch on
adjacent lights and check the fuses and plug wiring.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
The light bulb is not
functioning
SUGGESTED SOLUTION
• Check if the bulb is loose or burned out – if this is the
case, either re-fix the bulb properly or replace the bulb.
(Refer to “Replacing the oven lamp” on page 18 of the
User Manual)
• If the oven is relatively new, this may be due to the
protective oil on the elements.
There is smoke
coming from the oven
• Otherwise, the smoke may be caused by the oil or fat that
has deposited onto the elements during the cooking.
• Continued use of the oven will burn away the residues
• To prevent this issue, shield the food with foil or keep
it further away from the elements (particularly when
grilling)
• Ensure that the appliance is switched on at the mains.
The clock timer is not
functioning
• Check for an unexpected power outage – Switch on
adjacent lights and check the fuses and plug wiring.
• Follow the step by step operating instructions on the
digital timer given on pages 10 and 11.
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PROOF OF PURCHASE
pg 30
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