instructions and advice for installing, using and servicing of

INSTRUCTIONS AND ADVICE
FOR INSTALLING, USING AND SERVICING
OF COOKERS
461307793_03/2015
The appliance was designed and made in accordance with the European standards listed below:
=>EN 30-1-1, EN 30-2-1 and EN 437 plus subsequent amendments (gas)
=>EN 60 335-1 and EN 60 335-2-6 (electrical) plus relative amendments
The appliance complies with the prescriptions of the European Directives as below:
=>2006/95 EC concerning electrical safety (BT).
=>2004/108 EC concerning electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
=>2009/142 EC concerning gas safety.
Oven accessories that could come into contact with foodstuffs are made with materials that comply
with the provisions of the 89/109 EC directive dated 21/12/88.
This product complies with EU Directive 2002/96/EC.
The crossed-out dustbin symbol reported on the appliance indicates that the appliance must be
disposed of separately from other domestic refuse at the end of its useful life. It must therefore be
delivered to a waste recycling centre specifically for electric and electronic equipment or returned to
the retailer at the moment of purchase of a new equivalent appliance.
The user is responsible for delivering the appliance to the appropriate collection
centre at the end of its useful life, Failure to do so may result in a fine, as provided
for by laws governing waste disposal.
Differential collection of waste products for eventual recycling, treatment and environmentally friendly
disposal helps reduce possible negative effects on the environment and health, and also enables the
materials making up the product to be recycled.
For more detailed information on the available refuse collection systems, refer to the local Municipal
Solid Waste disposal centre or the shop where the product was purchased.
Producers and importers are responsible for fulfilling their obligations as regards recycling, treatment
and environmentally friendly disposal by directly or indirectly participating in the collection system.
ASSISTANCE AND SPARE PARTS
Before this appliance left the factory it was tested and set by specialized, expert personnel in order to guarantee
the best functioning results.
Any subsequent repairs or adjustments that may be necessary must be done with the maximum of care and
attention by authorised personnel.
For this reason we recommend you always contact us (refer below), specifying the brand, model, serial number and
type of problem you are having with it. You will find the relative data printed on a label affixed on the appliance and
on the label affixed to the packing box.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any damage to persons or property caused by incorrect
installation or use of the appliance.
For prompt warranty service, please ensure that the warranty registration form is completed and return posted
to us.
A duplicate data label and wiring diagram are contained in this booklet. Please attach these labels to an accessible
surface near by the appliance for easy reference.
You can purchase original spare parts from authorised dealers or direct from us.
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SPACE FOR DATA LABEL
CONTENTS
ASSISTANCE AND SPARE PARTS
3
IMPORTANT NOTES AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
4-6
7-11
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
12-21
TROUBLESHOOTING
22
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
23-30
TECHNICAL FEATURES
31-36
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IMPORTANT NOTES AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
removed from the outer surfaces and
the various inner parts, thoroughly
check that the appliance is in perfect
condition. If you have any doubts do
not use the appliance and call in an
authorised person.
• The packaging materials used
(cardboard, plastic bags, polystyrene
foam, nails, etc.) must not be
left within easy reach of children
because they are a potential hazard
source. All packaging materials used
are environmentally-friendly and
recyclable.
•The electrical safety of this appliance
is only guaranteed if it is correctly
connected to a suitable earth system,
as prescribed by the electrical safety
standards. The manufacturer disclaims
all responsibility if these instructions
are not followed. Should you have
any doubts, seek the assistance of an
authorised person.
•Before connecting the appliance
ensure that the rating plate data
corresponds to that of the gas
and electricity supply (see section
«TECHNICAL FEATURES»).
• NOT FOR USE IN MARINE CRAFT,
You have purchased one of our
products for which we thank you. We
are confident that this new appliance,
modern, functional and practical, made
with top quality materials, will meet all
your demands. This new appliance
is easy to use but before installing
and using it, it is important to read
this handbook through carefully.
It provides information for a safe
installation, use and maintenance. Keep
this handbook in a safe place for future
reference.
The manufacturer reserves the right
to make all the modifications to its
products that it deems necessary
or useful, also in your interests,
without prejudicing its essential
functional and safety characteristics.
The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for any inaccuracies due to
printing or transcription errors that may
be found in this handbook.
N.B.: the pictures shown in the figures in
this handbook are purely indicative.
•
The
installation,
adjustments,
conversions and maintenance
operations listed in section
«INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
THE
INSTALLER» must only be carried out
by authorised personnel .
•The installation of all-gas and combi
appliances must comply with the
standards in force.
•The appliance must only be used for
its original purpose, that is, cooking
for domestic use. Any other use is
considered improper and, as such,
dangerous.
•The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for any damage to persons
or property resulting from an incorrect
installation, maintenance or use of the
appliance.
• Once the packaging has been
CARAVANS OR MOBILE HOMES
UNLESS EACH BURNER IS FITTED
WITH A FLAME SAFEGUARD.
• DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE
• DOMESTIC USE ONLY
WARNING - The appliance and its
accessible parts become hot during
use. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating element. Children
less than 8 years of age shall be kept
away unless continuosly supervised.
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IMPORTANT NOTES AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
temperature for two hours. This will
allow the protective coating on the
interior of the oven to be burnt off
and dissipate the associated smells.
Ensure adequate ventilation in the
kitchen whilst burning off and don’t
be alarmed by a little bit of smoke
during this process.
• 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 of the appliance
and then cover flame e.g. with a
lide or a fire blanket .
• Danger of fire: Do not store items
on the cooking surfaces
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners
or sharp metal scrapers to clean
the oven glass door since they can
scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
•NEVER use sponges or abrasive
products, and solvents to remove
stains or adhesives on the painted
or stainless steel surfaces.
• Switch off the oven before removing
the fan guard for cleaning. Replace
the guard after cleaning in
accordance with the instructions.
•The oven can be equipped with
temperature probe. Only use the
temperature probe recommended
for this oven by our Service
Centre.
• Remove any spillage from the lid
before opening.
• The appliance is not intended to be
operated by means of an external
timer or separate remote-control
system
•
Ensure that the appliance is
switched off before replacing the
lamp to avoid the possibility of
electric shock..
• The oven door glass and the
accessible parts will become hot
when in use. To avoid burns and
scalds young children should be
kept away.
• Do not use this appliance as a space
heater.
• Do not touch any electrical appliance
if hands or feet are wet or damp.
• Do not use the appliance bare
footed.
• Do not pull the power lead to take the
plug out of the socket.
• Do not leave the appliance outside
under the sun, rain, etc.
•Young children should be supervised
to ensure that they not play with the
appliance.
• 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 esperience
and knolegde 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 with out
supervision.
• WARNING - ln order to prevent
accidental tipping of the appliance, for
example by a child climbing over the
open oven door, or too high weights
are leant on the open oven door, two
chains must be screwed on the back
on the cooker and fixed to the wall
with hooks .Ensure the chains are
taut .Please refer to instructions for
installation..
• Before cooking for the first time,
ensure the oven is empty and its door
closed, heat the oven at maximum
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IMPORTANT NOTES AND PRECAUTIONS FOR USE
• The cookers can be equipped with
a small compartment under the
oven that can be used for storing
things Remember that the surfaces
become hot, it is strictly forbidden to
place inflammable materials inside.
• Do not use a steam cleaner to clean
a hob, oven or range.
• The appliance is to be placed directly
on the floor and shall not be mounted
on a base.
• If the appliance is fitted with a glass
lid, this can shatter when heated.
Turn off all the burners or disconnect
all the plates, and allow them to cool
before closing the lid (fig.3)
• Avoid using the oven as a larder or as
a saucepan cupboard when you are
not using it for cooking: if the oven is
turned on accidentally it could cause
damage and accidents.
• If you are using an electrical socket
near the appliance, make sure that
the cables are not touching the cooker
and are far enough away from all hot
parts.
• When you have finished using the
appliance check that all the controls are
in the off or closed position, checking
that the “0” of the knob corresponds to
the “•” symbol serigraphed on the front
panel.
• Switch off the electrical supply before
you start cleaning or servicing the
appliance.
• In the case of a failure or malfunction,
turn the appliance off and switch off
the electrical supply and do not tamper
with it. All repairs or adjustments must
be carried out with maximum care and
the proper attention of an authorised
person.
•For this reason we recommend you
call our Service Centre.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
PRESENTATION
GENERAL
The oven walls are fitted with various guide bars or
runners (fig. 1) on which the following accessories can
be placed. Supply and quantities vary from model
to model (fig. 2):
• oven shelf rack. Ensure shelf is located with dish
and tray stop pointing upwards and at rear of oven.
• drip tray (*)
• handle (*)
• drip tray grid
Our cookers are equipped with an electronic programmer,
which makes it possible to use the left oven without
supervision.
To guarantee the customer a good and safe use of
the appliance, the cookers have equipped with a
safety temperature device (1 for each oven) which
automatically turns on in case the main thermostat
fails to work.
In such an event, the electricity is interrupted temporarily:
do not attempt to repair it yourself but turn the
appliance off and contact your nearest Assistance
Centre.
(*) Only certain versions.
There are 2 different hobs that can be used on our
cookers: all gas and all electrical (with heating
elements in ceramic glass).
Each knob on the front panel has a diagram printed
above it showing to which burner it refers.
The combination of the different sized burners offers
the possibility of various types of cooking.
The cookers are equipped with a small compartment
under the oven that can be used for storing things.
Remember that the surfaces become hot, it is
strictly forbidden to place inflammable materials
inside.
1
2
1
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
CONTROLS
HOB GAS BURNER KNOB (A)
By rotating the knob in an anticlockwise direction, the
following symbols appear:
0
= Closed position
= “Full on” position
= “Reduced rate or Low” position
OVEN THERMOSTAT KNOB (B)
By turning the oven knob clockwise we will find the
different oven temperature values (from 50°C to
Max).
A
FAN OVEN FUNCTION SELECTOR KNOB (8) (C)
By turning the knob to the right or to the left we will find
the following symbols:
0
= Oven off
= Oven light on, which stays on for all functions
= Fan on
= Top and bottom heating elements on
= Top and bottom heating elements and fan on
= Bottom heating element and fan on
B
= Rear heating element and fan on
= Grill heating element on
= Grill heating element and fan on
THERMOSTAT KNOB FOR GAS OVEN AND
ELECTRIC GRILL (D)
By rotating the knob in an anticlockwise direction, the
following functions appear:
0
= Closed position
from Min to Maxi (260°C) = Oven temperatures
C
Turn the knob clockwise if you want to use the electric
grill
.
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D
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
ENERGY REGULATOR KNOB (E-F)
By turning the knob to the right we find the following
symbols:
= heating elements off
= minimum and maximum power for single
from 1 to 12 cooking zone
from 12 to 0 = maximum power for double cooking zone
0
E
OVEN FUNCTION SELECTOR KNOB (4) (G)
By turning the knob to the right or to the left we will find
the following symbols:
0 = Oven off
= Oven light on, which stays on for all functions
= Defrost
= Fan forced heating element and fan
= Grill heating element
F
G
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
RED WARNING LIGHT
When lit it indicates that the electric grill or one of the
oven electric components is on.
YELLOW WARNING LIGHT
When lit it indicates that either the electric oven or
electric grill is working. While the oven is being used
the light will switch off when the set temperature is
reached. During baking it is normal for the yellow light
to switch on and off several times as the oven temperature is controlled.
OVEN FAN BUTTON
ELECTRONIC CLOCK
This accessory functions as a clock and a minute
counter. The digital display always shows the time but
will display the minute counter time when this function
is set.
OVEN LIGHT SWITCH
SWITCHING THE HEATING ELEMENTS
The cooking zones are clearly visible on the hob, being
circular.
Only the inside of the circles traced on the glass is
heated.
The hob has a built-in warning light that switches on when
the temperature in the cooking zone exceeds 60°C. This
warning light will only switch off when the temperature in
the cooking zone has gone below this value and it is for
this reason it is called the “residual heat warning”.
The heating elements with a single ccoking zone, are
controlled by energy regulators with 12 positions (E) that
permit to obtain a big range of different temperatures.
The heating element with a double cooking zone, are
controlled by 12-position energy regulators (F).
By turning the knob from 1 to 12, the powers of the first
zone of cooking “1” are regulated. By turning besides the
number 12, a release it is warned that signals the insertion
of the second zone of cooking “2”
In this position, both work the zone of cooking to the
maximum power. By turning the knob counterclockwise
to regulate its power.
Only returning on the position “0” the second zone of
cooking is disconnected.
A red coloured warning light signals that the heating
elements are on.
Setting the time (from 0.01 to 24.00 - hh,mm)
After connecting to the electricity mains or subsequent
to a power cut the figures “0.00” will flash on the display.
Press push button 1 and start setting the current time
by pressing push button 2 or 3. The function will start 7
seconds after setting.
Minute counter (from 0.01 to 0.99 = hh,mm)
By selecting the time on the minute counter with push
button 3, this function will be active all of the time (time is
set in 10 second units). The time will disappear leaving
the minute counter time showing on the display and the
symbol lights up. Time is given in seconds during
countdown. At the end of the set time the buzzer goes
off, the
symbol disappears and the time reappears.
You can see the time while the minute counter is
functioning by pressing push button 1.
Buzzer
The buzzer goes off at the end of the minute counter
function and lasts about 7 minutes. The buzzer can be
stopped by pressing button 3.
H
Buzzer intensity
There are three different buzzer intensities: to select
the one you want press push button 2 when the time
is displayed.
Correcting/cancelling the minute counter function
To correct or cancel the time set on the minute counter,
press keys 2 and 3 simultaneously and then release
key 3 first. The time can be corrected at any moment
by pressing push button 1 followed by 2 or 3.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
The programmer can select the following functions:
- Clock
(set by keys 2 and 3)
- Minute counter
(set by key 1)
- Cooking time
(set by key 2)
- End of cooking
(set by key 3)
- Manual operation mode (set by key 4)
- Setting time backwards (set by key 5)
- Setting time forward
(set by key 6)
Automatic operation
(with the start of cooking time delayed)
First programme cooking time (both the AUTO and
symbol will turn on) and then the end of cooking time
symbol will turn off) as described previously.
(the
The
symbol will turn on again when baking in the
oven starts. At the end of cooking time the
symbol
will turn off, the AUTO symbol will flash and the buzzer
will go off.
The digital display (N) always shows the time and
can display cooking and end of cooking time or the
minute counter time by pressing the corresponding
push button.
N.B.: At the end of each setting session (except
for the minute counter) the programmer turns the
oven off. Check when next using the oven, if the
programmer is not going to be used, that the latter
is set on manual operation (see the instructions
given further on).
Manual operation
Manual operation is only possible when the automatic
programming has finished or after having cancelled
it by pressing push button 4. The AUTO symbol
symbol turns on.
disappears and the
Setting the time (from 0.01 to 24.00 = hh,mm)
After connecting to the electricity mains or subsequent
to a power cut, AUTO and “0.00” will both flash
simultaneously on the display.
Press push buttons 2 and 3 simultaneously and start
setting the current time by pressing push button 5 or 6.
Once set the AUTO symbol will turn off and
symbol, for manual operation, will turn on.
the
Buzzer
The buzzer will go off at the end of a programme or at
the end of the minute counter function and lasts about
7 minutes. The buzzer can be stopped by pressing
one of the function push buttons.
Minute counter (from 0.01 to 0.59 = hh,mm)
Press push button 1 and select cooking time with push
symbol turns on. At the end of
button 5 or 6. The
the set time the buzzer will go off and the
symbol
turns off.
Programme start and control
The programme starts after setting. The programme
set can be controlled at any time by pressing the
corresponding push button.
Correcting/cancelling the programme setting
An automatic function programming error will occur if
the time shown on the clock is between the cooking start
time and cooking end time. This error will be signalled
immediately by a buzzer and the AUTO symbol will
flash. A setting error can be corrected by altering the
duration or end of cooking time. Any programme that
has been set can be corrected at any time by pressing
the corresponding programming key and then key 5 or
6. To cancel a programme, correct the time set bringing
it to a value of “0.00”. If functioning time is cancelled
the end of functioning is cancelled too and vice versa.
The oven turns off automatically and the AUTO symbol
flashes. Press key 4 to set the programmer on manual
operation. The right time cannot be corrected when
the automatic operation programme is working.
Semi-automatic operation
(with cooking time from 0.01 to 23.59 = hh,mm)
By pressing push button 2 and setting the length of
cooking time with push button 5 or 6, the AUTO and
symbols will light up and stay on all the time. At
the end of the set time the
symbol will turn off, the
AUTO symbol will flash and the buzzer will go off.
Semi-automatic operation
(with end of cooking time from 0.01 to 23.59 = hh,mm)
By pressing push button 3 and setting the end of
cooking time with push button 6, the AUTO and
symbols will turn on and stay on all the time. At the end
symbol will turn off, the AUTO
of the set time the
symbol will flash and the buzzer will go off.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
HOB: GENERAL NOTES ON SAFETY
Burners
Wok
Large
Medium
Small
• Make sure that pan handles are positioned correctly
and supervise the cooking of foods which use oils
and fats, as these are highly inflammable.
• Do not use aerosols or sprays near the appliance
when it is in use.
• Even after use, the burners remain hot for a long
period; to avoid burning, do not place hands or
other objects on them.
Ø pan cm
22 - 24
20 - 22
16 - 18
12 - 14
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IGNITION OF COOKTOP
BURNERS
Push lightly the knob which corresponds to burner
to be ignited and turn anti clockwise to the “Full On”
position, then depress the control knob.
Automatically the ignition spark shoots. If there is no
electric power the burner may be lit with matches.
OPTIMUM USE OF COOKTOP BURNERS
In order to achieve maximum efficiency with minimum
gas consumption it is useful to remember:
• Do not use large burners with pans of small diameter
in order to avoid flames spreading wider than pans
(consult the following table) and always use pans
with lids (fig. 3).
• When the boiling point is reached, it is best to turn
the knob to the “Low position”.
• Avoid using over sized pans that may radiate
excessive heat and cause damage to surrounding
surfaces such as bench tops and glass lid.
• Do not place anything, e.g. flame tamer, asbestos
mat, between pan and pan support, as serious
damage to the appliance may result (fig. 4).
• Locate pan centrally over the burner so that is stable
and does not overhang the appliance (fig. 5).
• If gas burns with a yellow flame, do not continue to
use burner and arrange for service.
• Do not use burners without the proper pan support or
wok stand, as this will concentrate and deflect the heat
onto the hotplate (fig. 6) and surrounding surfaces.
• Use only a wok support supplied or recommended
by the manufacturer of the appliance (fig. 7).
Warning: Servicing should be carried out only
by authorised personnel.
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3
4
5
6
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
GENERAL INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS
FOR USING CERAMIC GLASS HOBS
• Ceramic glass is a natural product and, like any other
material in ceramic, can have an uneven surface. You
might even see some bubbles inside the ceramic glass
itself: these will not influence cooking or the lifetime of
the hob.
• Illumination of the single cooking zones might differ.
This depends on the technical characteristics of the
heating elements. This has absolutely no effect on
quality or operation.
• According to how you look at it, the incandescent
heating might appear to go over the edge of the cooking
zone.
• Do not put very hot pans on the outer edge of the hob.
• Do not use pans with aluminum bottom.
• Do not use the hob as a work top and take care not
to let hard or sharp objects fall on it. The top could be
damaged.
• Do not put empty enamelled pans on the heat. Both
the bottom of the pan and the ceramic glass could be
damaged.
• Do not drag pans or other objects over the glass top
which could get scratched.
• Clean and dry the bottom of the pan before putting it on
the hob. Salt, sugar or grains of sand, for example, that
could be in greens, can scratch.
• Clean off immediately any spilled liquid.
• Do not cook or reheat food wrapped in tin foil or plastic
containers. Both the tin foil and the plastic containers
would melt, sticking to the hob.
Position of knobs
N.B.: Using the glass scraper, push immediately away
from the cooking zone, any pieces of tin foil or plastic
objects that could have melted or stuck; likewise
sugar or sugary food spilled over during cooking.
HOW TO SAVE ELECTRICITY
To get the maximum yield with the minimum
consumption of electricity it is recommended to keep
the following points in mind:
• Switch the hob heating element on only after you
have put the pan on the cooking zone or plate
• Thoroughly dry the bottom of the pan before putting
it on the cooking zone or plate.
• Do not use pans with a diameter that is less than that
of the cooking zone or plate. When you are buying
saucepans keep in mind that the manufacturer
usually gives the largest diameter of the pan which
is normally bigger than the base diameter.
• Use pans with flat, thick bottoms. Bottoms that are
not flat will make cooking times longer.
• Always put a lid on the pan.
• If cooking time is longer than 40 minutes you can
switch the plate off 5 to 10 minutes before the end
of cooking time and make use of the residual heat.
• For your information only, the table gives hints on
how to use the cooking zones and plates.
Heat intensity
Off
Possible cooking processes
0
1-2
Low
To dissolve butter, chocolate, etc. To heat small amounts of liquid.
3-4
Moderate
To heat greater quantities of liquid.
5-6
Slow
7-8
Medium
Bringing foods to boiling point. For delicate roasts and fish.
9-10
Strong
For roasts, chops and steaks. For large amounts of boiled meat.
11-12
Hot
GOOD QUALITY
FLAT BASE
CONVEX
BASE TOO
Thawing frozen food and preparing stews, boiling or simmering.
Bringing large amounts of water to the boil. Frying.
CONCAVE
BASE
TOO
SMALL
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TOO
LARGE
NO PAN
ELEMENT
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
OVEN: GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WHAT TO DO THE FIRST TIME YOU USE THE OVEN
• Remove all protective wrapping materials from the
appliance and labels from the oven door.
• Remove combustible materials from the warming
compartment before commissioning the cooker.
• Before cooking for the first time, heat the oven at
maximum temperature for 2 hours. This will allow the
protective coating on the interior of the oven to be burnt
off and expel the associated smells. Ensure adequate
ventilation in the kitchen whilst burning off and don't be
alarmed by a little bit of smoke during this process. At
the end of this time period, allow the appliance to cool
down and then clean the interior using hot water and
a delicate detergent. Also wash all the accessories
(grills, trays, spit roast, etc.) before use.
• Always grip the centre of the oven door when opening.
Do not practice excessive pressures on the door when
it is open.
• Do not worry if condensation forms on the door and
on the internal walls of the oven during cooking. This
does not compromise its efficiency.
• When opening the oven door, be very careful of
scalding vapours.
• During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should
be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside
the oven. Wear oven gloves when placing or removing
pans from the oven or use the handle (D) (fig. 2)
provided. Hook the handle to the edge of the tray and
pull it out, slightly lifting it as you do so.
• When inserting or removing food from the oven,
check that excess juices do not overflow onto the
oven base (oils and fats are highly inflammable when
overheated).
•Use containers that will resist the temperatures
indicated on the thermostat knob.
• Never cover the base of the oven or the oven shelf with
aluminium foil or other materials, as this creates a fire
hazard.
• When grilling always put a little water in the grill pan.
The water prevents the grease from burning and from
giving off bad smells and smoke. Add more water
during grilling to compensate for evaporation.
• After using the appliance ensure that all the controls
are in the off position.
Prior to any cleaning, disconnect the appliance
from the electricity mains.
HOW TO USE GAS OVEN AND ELECTRIC GRILL
The appliance is equipped with an aluminium
shield (B), which works in order to obtain a
burnishing uniform above all during the baking
of cakes and biscuits. During oven operation, the
shield must be correctly positioned on the oven
bottom plate (fig. 8)
IMPORTANT!! Always keep the oven door closed
during baking or grilling.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
in the time and temperature chart to some of your
favourite recipes. Add 10 to 15 degrees C when
cooking larger quantities. Shelves are numbered
from the bottom (fig. 1).
• Be sure to remove the enamelled grill tray when the
oven is in use. It is not intended to be used for baking
or roasting purposes and it can interfere with heat
distribution in the oven.
• The larger capacity ovens of the cookers 90 x 60, will
require slightly higher cooking temperatures than a
smaller oven. Add between 5-10 degree C.
• Slightly more heat is generated from the bottom of the
oven upwards, with the top shelf being the marginally
cooler zone. This is the reverse of other ovens you
may have used and some minor adjustment to your
cooking methods with some dishes may be required.
Most baking would be done on the middle shelves,
with the lower shelves being used for a greater
degree of base browning.
• Always preheat the oven when cooking frozen or
chilled foods.
• Best results are achieved when preparing large
quantities or using two shelves simultaneously by
positioning serves with an "air space" around. More
even cooking can be made possible if two medium
sized baking trays are used per shelf, leaving a 3-4
cm "air space" between the trays and from the trays
to the oven wall. A single larger tray may divert or
block the usual flow of hot air around the oven. When
using two shelves simultaneously allow an "air space"
by leaving one shelf space empty between.
• You can plan batch baking to make the most efficient
use of the hotter and cooler zones, by cooking a
different food requiring slightly different temperature
on each shelf e.g. small cakes and slab cakes, or two
different types of biscuits (see COOKING / BAKING
TIMETABLE paragraph)
• Light weight, uncoated aluminium trays and pans
are recommended for general cooking. Heavy gauge
and dark coloured utensils do attract extra heat and
may be unsuitable for some foods.
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IGNITION OF THE OVEN
BURNER
Open the oven door, push lightly the oven knob
and turn anti clockwise to the maximum temperature
position, then then depress the control knob.
Automatically the ignition spark shoots.
Check through the opening that it has ignited. Continue
to push gas control knob for 15 seconds after ignition
has occurred. If ignition does not occur, turn gas
control knob off, open the warming compartment door
and wait 60 seconds to allow gas to disperse, then
repeat ignition procedure. Note: At the end of this
operation, correctly put again the shield (S) (fig. 8).
Take care to not scratch the enamel of the bottom
plate, moving this shield.
MANUAL IGNITION OF THE OVEN BURNER
In the event of power failure or component malfunction,
manual ignition of the oven can be obtained by repeating
the above steps, but instead of pushing ignition button,
placing a lit match at the access hole (B) in the base plate
(fig. 9).
USING THE OVEN
Having ignited the oven, the gas control knob should be
adjusted to the desired temperature and gently close the
door to avoid extinguishing the flame. Preheat the oven
for approximately 15 minutes
Your appliance’s heat circulation pattern is quite different
to many other cookers. It employs an ingenious, natural,
“Rapid Draught” convection system. Hot air is efficiently
circulated through the oven very quickly producing relatively
even heat zoning.
With planning and a clear understanding of your
appliance’s characteristics and capabilities you will
be able to produce superb results and larger than
normal quantities. However in order to obtain maximum
efficiency it is useful to remember:
• Cooking times and shelf positions will probably be
different from your previous oven. The size and type
of dishes used will affect cooking times and the use
of aluminium foil will increase cooking times. We
recommend doing a test bake, and comparing the times
Contact our Service if assistance is required with
cooking results or thermostat operation appears
incorrect.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
SWITCHING THE ELECTRIC GRILL
Turn the oven knob round to the symbol
or
.
The top heating element is turned on and it distributes
heat directly onto the food.
The red warning light will come on to indicate that the
grill heating element has been activated.
An automatic thermostat regulates the inner
temperature.
Besides grilling, it can be used to slightly brown
cooked food.
Cooking with the aid of the fan
Some cookers can be equipped with a fan installed
in the rear part of the oven compartment. This can be
activated by pressing the fan switch .
After the fan has been activated, the heat will be
quickly and regularly distributed throughout the oven,
thus allowing different foods to be evenly cooked on
several shelves at the same time, also reducing the
cooking times.
USING THE GRILL
• The grill is located in the top of the oven and makes
for an extremely versatile and controllable method
of cooking.
• Preheat the grill for a few minutes for quicker
cooking and more succulent results. Preferably add
seasonings after cooking is completed
• The food should be seasoned before cooking. Oil
or melted butter should also be spread on the food
before it is cooked.
• Foods to be grilled should be placed directly on the
shelf. Then place this on the oven shelf required.
Use the oven tray to collect any meat juices (fig.
10)
• With electric grill the oven door must be kept
closed.
• The grill offers a fixed heat setting but, a great
degree of heat control is possible by selecting the
most suitable oven shelf position for grilling the
particular food. The lower the shelf, the less intense
the heat. This ability to adjust shelf positions also
allows for a range of bulky foods to be prepared
under the grill which ordinarily couldn't be prepared
in a standard grill compartment. Use Shelf 3 or 4 for
thick cuts of meat, fish fillets or chicken pieces.
Use Shelf 2 for larger portions of foods, such as
half chicken, whole fish or browning the tops of
casserole dishes etc.
• The grill tray allows an array of foods to be prepared
under the grill. The most intense heat is directly
beneath the grill burner. Foods requiring more
gentle heat can be placed around the perimeter
of the tray where heat is not quite as intense, for
example, seafood or vegetable kebabs, savouries,
warming hamburger buns or keeping foods warm.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
HOW TO USE THE FANNED OVEN
DEFROSTING AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and place the
food you want to defrost inside the oven.
The length of time required depends on the quantity
and type of food.
Selecting this function will only activate the fan. Mild
air circulation around frozen food will slowly defrost it.
It is particularly suitable for fruit and cakes.
FAN FORCED COOKING
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and adjust the
thermostat knob to the desired temperature, then
place your food inside the oven.
If pre-heating is recommended wait till the thermostat
yellow warning light turns off before placing foods
inside oven. This function activates the rear heating
unit and the fan distributes the heat produced. This
combination allows for a fast and even cooking of
several different foods placed on the diverse levels of
the oven.
CONVETIONAL GRILL COOKING
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and adjust the
thermostat knob to the desired temperature.
Selecting this function the top central heating element
turns on and heat is distributed directly on food
surface.
Apart from grilling, this function is ideal to add a golden
roast to your recipes or to toast bread slices.
When you use the grill, do not forget to place the
drip pan beneath it to collect any sauce dripping, as
suggested in the “USEFUL COOKING TIPS “ section.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
HOW TO USE THE MULTIFUNCTION OVEN
FAN + REAR HEATING COMBINED COOKING
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and adjust the
thermostat knob to the desired temperature, then
place your food inside the oven.
If pre-heating is recommended wait till the thermostat
yellow warning light turns off before placing foods
inside oven. This function activates the rear heating
unit and the fan distributes the heat produced. This
combination allows for a fast and even cooking of
several different foods placed on the diverse levels of
the oven.
DEFROSTING AT ROOM TEMPERATURE
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and place the
food you want to defrost inside the oven.
The length of time required depends on the quantity
and type of food.
Selecting this function will only activate the fan. Mild
air circulation around frozen food will slowly defrost it.
It is particularly suitable for fruit and cakes.
TRADITIONAL COOKING
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and adjust the
thermostat knob to the desired temperature.
If pre-heating is recommended wait till the thermostat
yellow warning light turns off before placing foods
inside the oven. This option turns on both bottom and
top heating units, evenly distributing heat on your
foods.
This type of cooking is ideal for all kind of foods (meats,
fish, bread, pizzas, cakes..).
CONVETIONAL GRILL COOKING
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and adjust the
thermostat knob to the desired temperature. Selecting
this function the top central heating element turns on
and heat is distributed directly on food surface.
Apart from grilling, this function is ideal to add a golden
roast to your recipes or to toast bread slices.
The grill function automatically activates the spit.
When you use the grill, do not forget to place the
drip pan beneath it to collect any sauce dripping, as
suggested in the “USEFUL COOKING TIPS “ section.
COMBINED TRADITIONAL + FAN COOKING
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and adjust the
thermostat knob to the desired temperature.
If pre-heating is recommended wait till the thermostat
yellow warning light turns off before placing foods
inside the oven. This option turns on both bottom
and top heating units, and heat is distributed by fan
ventilation.
This combination is suitable for rapid cooking and
allows for the use of more plates positioned on the
different levels of the oven.
FAN GRILL COOKING
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and adjust the
thermostat knob to the desired temperature (MAX
200°C).Selecting this function the top central heating
element turns on and heat is distributed by the fan.
This procedure mitigates the direct heat on food
surface and uses milder temperatures. It is therefore
recommended for an even golden and crispy finish
touch, ideal for whole fish and poultry.
When you use the grill, do not forget to place the
drip pan beneath it to collect any sauce dripping, as
suggested in the “USEFUL COOKING TIPS “ section.
DEFROSTING + WARM UP BY HOT AIR
Turn the selector knob to the symbol and adjust the
thermostat knob to the desired temperature, then
place the food inside the oven. Selecting this function
will activate the bottom heating unit and its heat is
distributed by the fan. This function is particularly
recommended to defrost and warm up ready-made
meals.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
USEFUL COOKING TIPS
Meat:
• If, when cooking meat, the time needed is more
than 40 minutes, turn the oven off 10 minutes
before the end of cooking time to exploit the
residual heat (energy saving).
• Your roast will be juicier if cooked in a closed pan;
it will be crispier if cooked without a lid.
• Normally white meat, poultry and fish need
medium temperatures (less than 200°C).
• To cook “rare” red meats, high temperatures (over
200°C) and short cooking times are needed.
• For a tasty roast, lard and spice the meat.
• If your roast is tough: the next time leave the meat
to ripen longer.
• If your roast is too dark on top or underneath: the
next time put it on a higher or lower shelf, lower
the temperature and cook longer.
• Your roast is underdone? Cut it in slices, arrange
the slices on a baking tray with the gravy and
finish cooking it.
Cakes and bread:
• Heat the oven for at least 15 minutes before you
start cooking bread or cakes.
• Do not open the door during baking because the
cold air would stop the yeast from rising.
• When the cake is cooked turn the oven off and
leave it in for about 10 minutes.
• Do not use the enamelled oven tray or drip pan,
supplied with the oven, to cook cakes in.
• How do you know when the cake is cooked? About
5 minutes before the end of cooking time, put a
cake tester or skewer in the highest part of the
cake. If it comes out clean the cake is cooked.
• And if the cake sinks? The next time use less
liquids or lower the temperature 10°C.
• If the cake is too dry: Make some tiny holes
with a toothpick and pour some drops of fruit
juice or spirits on it. The next time, increase the
temperature 10°C and set a shorter cooking
time.
• If the cake is too dark on top: the next time put
the cake on a lower shelf, cook it at a lower
temperature and longer.
• If the top of the cake is burnt: cut off the burnt layer
and cover with sugar or decorate it with cream,
jam, confectioner’s cream, etc..
• If the cake is too dark underneath: the next time
place it on a higher shelf and cook it at a lower
temperature.
• If the cake or bread is cooked nicely outside but
is still uncooked inside: the next time use less
liquids, cook at a lower temperature and longer.
• If the cake will not come out of the tin: slide a
knife around the edges, place a damp cloth over
the cake and turn the tin upside down. The next
time grease the tin well and sprinkle it with flour or
bread crumbs.
• If the biscuits will not come away from the baking
tray: put the tray back in the oven for a while and
lift the biscuits up before they cool. The next time
use a sheet of baking parchment to prevent this
happening again.
Grilling:
• Sparingly grease and flavour the food before
grilling it.
• Always use the grill pan to catch the juices that drip
from the meat during grilling.
• Always put a little water in the drip pan. The water
prevents the grease from burning and from giving
off bad smells and smoke. Add more water during
cooking because it evaporates.
• Turn the food half way through cooking.
• If you are grilling fatty poultry (goose) pierce the
skin so the fat can drip away.
The aluminium can be easily corroded if it
comes into contact with organic acids present
in the foods or added during baking (vinegar,
lemon juice). Therefore it is advised not to put
directly the foods on aluminium or enamelled
trays, but ALWAYS use the proper oven paper.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
COOKING / BAKING TIMETABLE
FOODS
MEAT
Roast veal
Roast beef
Roast pork
Roast lamb
GAME
Roast hare
Roast pheasant
Roast partridge
POULTRY
Roast chicken
Roast turkey
Roast duck
FISH
Roast fish
Casseroled fish
BAKED PASTA
Lasagne
Cannelloni
PIZZA
BREAD
PASTRIES
Biscuits in general
Shortcrust pastry
Victoria sponge
CAKES
Angel cake
Fruit cake
Chocolate cake
Position of the oven shelf
Weight
from the bottom
with 5
with 3
kg
runners
runners
COOKING BY
NATURAL CONVECTION
Temperature
Cooking Time
in °C
in minutes
COOKING BY
FORCED CONVECTION (WITH FAN)
Temperature
Cooking Time
in °C
in minutes
1
1
1
1
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
2
1
2
1
200-225
200-225
200-225
200-225
100-120
40-50
100-120
100-120
190
190
190
190
100-120
40-50
100-120
100-120
1
1
1
1-2
1-2
1-2
2
2
2
200-Max
200-Max
200-Max
50-60
60-70
50-60
200-Max
200-Max
200-Max
50
60
50
1
1
1
1-2
1-2
1-2
2
2
2
200-225
200-225
200-225
80-90
100-120
90-110
190
190
190
70-80
90-110
80-100
1
1
2-3
2-3
1
1
200
175
30-35
20-25
170-190
160-170
25-30
15-20
2,5
2,5
1
3
3
3
1
1
1
210-225
210-225
225-Max
60-75
60-75
25-30
225-Max
225-Max
225-Max
30-40
30-40
20-25
1
3
1
225-Max
20-25
220
20
0,8
2
2
2
1
1
1
190
200
200
15
20
40-45
170-190
190-200
190-200
15
20
40-45
0,8
0,8
0,8
2
2
2
2
2
2
190
200
200
52
65
45
170-190
190-200
190-200
45
65
45
The values given in the tables (temperatures and cooking times) are approximate and may vary according to each person’s cooking habits. THIS
TABLE GIVES COOKING TIMES ON ONLY ONE SHELF. If you are cooking with a fan oven and you are using more than one shelf (placing the
shelves on the 1st or 3rd position or on the 2nd and 4th position) cooking time will be about 5 to 10 minutes longer).
GRILLING TIMETABLE
FOODS
MEAT
Chop
Beefsteaks
Half chicken (each half 0.500 kg)
FISH
Trout
Sole
BREAD
Toast
Position of the
oven shelf from the
Weight
bottom
kg
COOKING BY NATURAL
CONVECTION
Cooking Time
in minutes
1 side 2nd side
COOKING BY FORCED
CONVECTION (WITH FAN)
Temperature
in °C
Cooking Time
in minutes
1 side 2nd side
with 5
runners
with 3
runners
Temperature
in °C
0,50
0,15
1
3
3-4
3-4
2
1-2
1-2
225-Max
200-225
225
12-15
5
20
12-15
5
20
200
=
=
15
=
=
10
=
=
0,42
0,20
4
4
2-3
2-3
225-Max
225-Max
=
=
=
=
200
200
10
7
10
7
4-5
3
225-Max
2-3
2-3
200
2-3
2-3
st
st
The values given in the tables (temperatures and cooking times) are approximate and may vary according to each person’s cooking habits. In
particular, temperatures and times for grilling meat will greatly depend on the thickness of the meat and on personal tastes.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
CERAMIC GLASS HOB
It is very important to clean the top each time it is used
and while the glass is still warm, drying it with a soft
cloth. Do not use metal pads, abrasive powders or
corrosive spray products for cleaning.
Depending on the degree of dirt, we recommend:
• For slight stains a damp sponge is enough
• The scraper must be used for more stubborn dirt
(fig. 12). Use it carefully because it is easy to cut
yourself. To avoid any such possibility, scrape
away immediately from the cooking zone any
tin foil sheets or plastic objects that could have
melted or stuck, likewise sugar or sugary food
spilled over during cooking.
• Remove any traces of spilled liquid with vinegar or
lemon. Immediately remove any vinegar or lemon
from the enamelled outer edge otherwise it will
become opaque.
• Over time it is possible that colourings, metal
reflections or scratches appear (fig. 13) caused by
inefficient cleaning or by the incorrect movement of
the pans. These scratches are difficult to eliminate
but they will not prejudice how your hob works.
HOT PLATE
To keep the surface of the hob and the various
components in pristine condition (grill, enamelled
covers, burner heads and fl ame diffusers, it is very
important to wash them in warm soapy water, rinse
and dry them well after each use.
Do not leave vinegar, coffee, milk, salty water or the
juice of lemon or tomato on enamelled surfaces for
any length of time.
WARNINGS
• Check that the heads burners and the relative
burner caps, are correctly positioned in their
housings (fig. 11). Take care not to interfere with
the ignition spark plugs or flame failure devices.
• If you find a tap is difficult to open or close do not
force it but call for technical assistance urgently.
STRUCTURE
All the cooker parts (in enamelled or painted metal,
steel, or glass) should be cleaned frequently with
warm soapy water and then rinsed and dried with a
soft cloth.
NEVER use sponges, abrasive products or solvents to
remove stains or adhesives on the painted or stainless
steel surfaces.
OVEN CAVITY
Do not spray or wash the thermostat bulb with acid
based products (check the product label before use).
The manufacturer cannot be held liable for any damage
caused by incorrect cleaning.
The oven cavity should be cleaned after each use
to remove cooking residuals and or grease or sugar
which, if burnt on when the oven is used again, will
form deposits or unremovable stains as well as
unpleasant smells.
To maintain the shine of the enamelled parts, clean
them with warm soapy water, rinse and dry them
thoroughly. ALWAYS wash the accessories used.
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11
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
REPLACING THE OVEN LAMP
OVEN SEAL
The oven seal guarantees the correct functioning of
the oven. We recommend you:
• clean it, avoiding abrasive tools or products.
• check its state now and then.
Ensure the appliance is switched off before replacing
the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock..
In the event one or both oven lamps need replacing,
the new lamps must comply with the following
requisites:
15 W - 230 V~ - 50 Hz - E 14 - and must be resistant
to high temperature (300°C).
The appliance can have two different types of lamp
holder:
• Lamp holder type 1 (fig. 15A): Draw out the side
guide rails as described above.Then, remove the
glass protection cap (V) from the bulb socket, lifting
it with a screwdriver placed between the cap and
the oven wall and replace the lamp (L). Fit the
accessories back in reverse order.
• Lamp holder type 2 (fig. 15B): Turn glass
protection cap (C) counterclockwise and change
the lamp. Re-fit the cap, screwing it back in a
clockwise direction.
If the oven door seal has become hard or is
damaged, contact our Service Centre and avoid
using the oven until it has been repaired.
OVEN SIDEWALL GRIDS (fig. 14)
To allow for a better cleaning of the side grids, you can
extract them unscrewing knurled nuts (G)
To fit the grids back in their place, first insert rear pins in
holes and then secure them with the knurled nuts (G).
HOW TO CLEAN THE INNER OVEN DOOR GLASS
One of the features of our cookers is that the inner oven
door glass can be easily removed for cleaning without
the aid of specialized personnel. Just open the oven
door and remove the support securing the glass (fig. E).
ATTENTION!!
This operation can be done also with the door
fitted on appliance, but in this way, pay attention
that when the glass is pull upwards, the force of
the hinges can close the door roughly.
E
14
15A
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15B
TROUBLESHOOTING
Some problems can be caused either as the results of simple maintenance operations or by incorrect selection
of settings. Prior to contacting a Service Centre please check the following chart.
PROBLEM
The appliance is not working
REMEDY
• Make sure the gas cock is open
• Check the plug is in
• Check that the knobs are set correctly for cooking and then repeat the
operations given in the handbook
• Check the electrical system safety switches (RCD). If there is failure in
the system call an electrician in.
• Check that the programmer accessory, if there is one, is on the manual
The electric oven is not working
position and then repeat the operations described in the manual
• Contact Service Centre..
The thermostat is not working
• Turn the thermostat round to a hotter temperature
The electric thermostat warning
light does not switch on during use • Turn the selector round to a different function
The oven light does not switch on • Make sure the lamp is firmly screwed in place
• Buy a lamp for high temperatures at one of our Service Centre and fit
it following the instructions given in the paragraph «REPLACING THE
OVEN LAMP»..
Warning: Servicing should be carried out only by authorised personnel.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
UNPACKING YOUR COOKER
• Once the packaging has been removed, thoroughly
check that the appliance is in perfect condition. If
you have any doubts do not use the appliance and
call our Service Centre.
• Do not move the appliance by the handles.
• Some parts mounted on the appliance are protected
by a plastic film. This protection must be removed
before using the appliance. We recommend slitting
the plastic film along the edges with a sharp knife or
pin.
The installations, conversions and maintenance
operations listed in this part must only be carried
out by authorised personnel. The manufacturer
cannot be held responsible for any damage to
persons or property resulting from an incorrect
installation of the appliance.
• The safety and automatic adjustment devices of the
appliances may, during its life, only be modified by
the manufacturer or duly authorised supplier.
•This appliance shall be installed only by
authorised personnel and in accordance with
the manufacturer’s installation instructions, local
gas fitting regulations, municipal building codes,
electrical wiring regulations, AS 5601 - Gas
Installations and any other statutory regulations.
•Failure to install the appliance correctly could
invalidate any manufactures warranty and lead to
prosecution under the above quoted regulation.
• Before installation, make sure that local distribution
conditions (gas and electrical) are compatible with
the appliance’s adjustment. Refer to data label for
gas type.
• As it is not connected to a device for the evacuation
of the products of combustion, it must be installed in
accordance with current regulations and used in a
well ventilated location. Particular attention must be
paid to the regulations on ventilation.
The packaging materials used (cardboard,plastic
bags, polystyrene foam, nails etc.) must not be
left anywhere within easy reach of children as
they are a potential hazard source.
VENTILATION
All rooms require an openable window or equivalent,
while some rooms require a permanent vent in addition
to the openable window.
Ventilation must be in accordance with AS5601 Gas Installations. In general, the appliance should
have adequate ventilation for complete combustion
of gas, proper flueing and to maintain temperature of
immediate surroundings within safe limits.
The use of a gas appliance results in 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 extraction hood).
Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may call for
additional ventilation, for example increasing the level
of mechanical ventilation where present.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
POSITION (fig. Q)
The appliance should be positioned in good light and
free from draughts. Any adjoining wall surface situated
within 200 mm from the edge of any hob burner must be
a suitable non-combustible material for a height of 150
mm for the entire length of the hob. Any combustible
construction above the hotplate must be at least 750
mm above the top of the burner and no construction
shall be within 450 mm above the top of the burner.
Where a combustible surface adjacent to the cooker
is less than 200 mm from the nearest burner it may
be protected by a non-combustible protective layer in
accordance with AS5601. The protection must ensure
the surface temperature of the combustible surface
does not exceed 65º C above ambient.
LEVELLING THE COOKER
• Adjustable feet, to be fitted to the appliance, which
allow the height of the cooker to be aligned with
other kitchen furniture This can be done by means
of the terminal part of the leg themselves (fig. 17)
• Spacers, (if present) positioned behind the
rear panel to keep the appliance at the minimum
required distance from the back wall. These must
not be removed.
• Backguard. The cookers which are equipped
with this accessory, leave the factory with this part
inserted inside the packaging. In order to install the
backguard, it is necessary to loosen the screws (V)
positioned on the back of the hob and then to fix the
backgaurd as indicated in figure 18.
OVERALL DIMENSIONS (fig. 16)
Q
17
16
18
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
SAFETY CHAIN.
PLEASE TEST THAT THE COOKER DOES NOT
TILT FORWARD.
Assembly instructions
• Secure threaded pins into wall immediately behind
and to the left-hand side about 770 mm from the
floor.
• Secure the chain under the nut before using or
cleaning etc. of the cooker (fig.P).
• NOTE FOR INSTALLER
• To prevent strain on the Flexible Hose assembly, a
chain & hook is necessary approx. 100 mm up from
the floor (not provided).
• Attach the chain to the lower hooks if the cooker is
installed with a hose assembly so that there is no
strain on the hose when the cooker is pulled forward
for cleaning or maintenance.
• The socket or the switch must be accessible once
the appliance is installed.
SECURING THE COOKER TO WALL (fig. P)
Note:- The installation of the chain provided
is for safety reasons, it must be installed as
indicated below.
To prevent the cooker tipping forwards in the event of
children standing on the oven door or where users put
extreme weight on the door when in open position, two
chains MUST BE fixed to the back of the oven which
should at all times be secured to the threaded pins .
The threaded pins should be secured to the wall at
the back of the cooker. The chains should always be
attached to the upper threaded pins when the cooker
is in its position against the wall. Pay attention in fact
that the chain must be fixed without slack.
WARNING: IF THE COOKER IS INSTALLED
BETWEEN TWO CUPBOARDS YOU MUST DRILL
A 16MM HOLE LEVEL TO THE SAFETY CHAIN
HEIGHT ON EITHER CUPBOARD AS FAR BACK
AS POSSIBLE, LOCATE THE COOKER INTO
POSITION AND PASS THE SAFETY CHAINS
THROUGH THE 16MM HOLES, WITH THE
COOKER IN FINAL POSITION PULL BOTH SAFETY
CHAINS AND SECURE THEM TO THE INSIDE OF
THE CUPBOARD WITH TWO SCREWS ON EACH

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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
the cooker connection point, pointing downwards.
• The hose should be clear of the floor when the
cooker is in the installed position. The anti-tilting
chain supplied should be anchored to the lower
hook fixed to the wall so that the chain prevents
strain on the hose connections when the cooker is
pulled forward.
GAS CONNECTION
This appliance shall be installed only by authorised
personnel and in accordance with the manufacturer’s
installation instructions, local gas fitting regulations,
municipal building codes, water supply regulations,
electrical wiring regulations, AS 5601 - Gas Installations
and any other statutory regulations.
The appliance is adjusted to work at gas indicated on
the label which is applied on the glass-window of the
oven door and on the cooker packing.
Installation for Natural gas
Connected regulator (B) to fitting (A) which is then fitted
to elbow (F). Ensure arrow on regulator point in the
direction shown. Fitting (D) to be supplied by installer
(fig.18). Adjust regulator to give test-point pressure
given on data label <TECHNICAL FEATURES>
paragraph,, with one large or one medium burner
alight at maximum.
Position of Regulator (fig. 19)
If stove is to be installed on legs, a gas pipe between
fitting (A) and (B) will allow location of the regulator (B)
underneath the stove for adjustment and maintenance.
If stove is installed on it’s base, the regulator should be
fitted at rear of stove on fitting (E) for maintenance and
adjustment.
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Note: When the regulator is fitted at the rear of
the cooker at least 60 mm clearance is required.
Installation using flexible connection
As an option, the cooker may be installed with a
flexible connection hose, which complies with AS/
NZS 1869 (AGA Approved), 10 mm ID, class B or
D, Minimum 1000 mm - Maximum 1200 mm, as an
alternative connection.
• All cookers offer left or right hand connection.
The manifold has a flat flair over which is inserted
a screw nut male ½” gas (fig.20a ). When the
connection is by one part only follow the instruction
fig.20b
• An isolating tap and pressure regulator must be
fixed to the rear wall and the flexible pipe attached
by means of a union connector.
• The gas connection and isolating tap must be
accessible to a service person or inspector.
• The hose assembly must be installed in accordance
with AS5601 for a high level connection. The hose
should not be subjected to abrasion, kinking or
permanent deformation and should be able to be
inspected along its entire length. Unions compatible
with the hose fittings must be used and connections
tested for gas leaks. The fixed consumer piping
outlet should be at approximately the same height as
20a
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
20b
ADJUSTMENTS
OVEN THERMOSTAT (fig. 23)
Reduced rate adjustment should be carried out in
the following way:
• Remove the knob thermostat.
• Switch on the oven burner by turning the relative
knob to the Maximum position, then wait about 10
minutes.
• Slowly turn the knob back to the Minimum position
and, using a small screwdriver (C), turn screw (V) to
the right to lower the flame or to the left to increase
it. The flames must be short for an efficient Reduced
rate setting. They must be stable to prevent them
from accidentally going out and must be able to
stand up to normal oven door manoeuvres.
• All seals must be replaced by the technician
following any adjustment or regulation.
• The adjustment of the reduce rate (simmer)
must be undertaken only with burners
functioning on natural gas
• “Primary air adjustment” on hob gas burners
is unnecessary.
• If the appliance cannot be adjusted to perform
correctly refer to the authorised service
provider in your area.
TAPS
All gas taps are male cone type with only one way of
passage.
Adjustment of the “Reduced rate” position as follows:
• Turn the burner on and place the knob on the
“Reduced rate” position (small flame).
• Remove the knob (A) of the tap which is attached
by simply applying pressure to the rod.
• Insert a small screwdriver (C) into hole (F) (fig. 21)
and turn to the right or left the throttling cone until
the flame of the burner is conveniently regulated to
the Low position.
• In the case of taps with flame failure device, the
adjustment screw (V) is on the side of the stem
(fig. 22).
• Check that the flame does not go out when the knob
is sharply switched from the “Full on” to “Reduced
rate” positions.
• ATTENTION!! This operation can be carried out
also with the front panel fitted, but if the technician
finds some difficulties to reach the adjustment
screw, remove the front panel unscrewing the fixing
screws (Vf) (fig. 26), which are positioned in the
inferior part of the same.
OVEN BURNER (fig. 24)
The burner is installed on the oven base and is covered
by the bottom plate which must always remain in that
position during oven operation,
To adjust the primary air, is performed when the
burner is ignited, by adjusting the sleeve (B) and
unscrewing screw (A). Lock screw (A) in place once
the adjustments have been made.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
NOTE:
Oven Failure
• Check thermocouple terminal.
• Inspect rear of thermostat (under hob) to check that
thermocouple connections are ”tight” and parallel to
each other.
• Check thermostat knob for sufficient clearance from
the control panel to allow electromagnet to fully seat.
•If above cannot solve the problem, replace
thermocouple.
Oven Ignition Failure
• Ensure that the electrode lead is not ”earthing”
against cabinet.
• Check spark gap from electrode tip to burner.
Should be only 5-6 mm.
• Check ceramic body of electrode for obvious
damage or cracks.
• If no spark at all, check ignition box failure or power
source.
Hot Plate Ignition Failure
• Check alignment of burner holes to electrode.
• Check aeration sleeve for adjustment for gas type,
location and ambient conditions.
• No spark, check ignition box failure or power supply.
Before Leaving
• Check all connections for gas leaks with soap and
water. DO NOT use a naked flame for detecting
leaks. Ignite all burners to ensure correct operation
of gas valves, burners and ignition.
• Turn gas taps to low flame position and observe
stability of the flame. When satisfied with the cooker,
please instruct the user on the correct method of
operation.
• In case the appliance fails to operate correctly
after all checks have been carried out, refer to the
authorised service provider in your area.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The electrical connection must be carried out in
accordance with the current standards and laws
in force and by an authorised electrician.
•Warning this appliance must be earthed.
• Connection to the electricity supply must be made
by an authorised electrician to a suitable isolating
switch in accordance with the requirements of SAA
Wiring Rules, AS/NZS 3000.
• A cable of the correct rating must be used (see
Electrical components).
• Means of disconnection shall be provided in the
fixed wiring in accordance with the Australian wiring
rules.
• Remember that the earth wire must be longer
than the phase wires.
• Note: The power supply cable must be positioned
so that no part of cable can come into contact with
any surface which could reach temperatures in
excess of 95°C.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
GAS CONVERSIONS
REPLACING
COMPONENTS
An AGA Approved gas regulator suitable for a supply
pressure of 2.75 kPa should be part of the gas tank
supply and the test point pressure should be adjusted
to 2.75 kPa.
Replace the old data plate with one, which is suitable
for the type of gas for which the appliance has been
regulated.
THE
ELECTRICAL
• The rear protection will have to be removed in order
to change the electrical heating elements, terminal
board and power cable.
• If you have to change the power cable (see the
cross section on table on the “TECHNICAL
FEATURES” paragraph.), always keep the
earth wire longer than the phase wires and, in
addition, follow all the instructions given in the
“ELECTRICAL CONNECTION” paragraph.
• To change the oven lamp see the instructions
given in the paragraph «REPLACING THE OVEN
LAMP».
• To change the spark generator and the spark
electrodes, the work top has to be removed as
indicated in the paragraph «REPLACING THE
TAPS AND THERMOSTAT».
• To change the programming accessory, the switch
and the warning light, remove the front panel as
indicated in the paragraph «REPLACING THE
TAPS AND THERMOSTAT».
REPLACING THE INJECTORS
Our burners can be adapted to different types of gas
by simply installing the injectors suitable for the gas
you want to use. To help the installer, the table (on
the “TECHNICAL FEATURES” paragraph.) gives
the burner nominal heat input, injector diameter and
operating pressure of the different gas types.
Comply with the following instructions:
Injector replacement - Hob burners.
To change the injectors on the hob, remove the burner
cup and head and with a 7 mm Ø socket spanner
replace them (fig. 25).
Injector replacement - Oven burner.
Remove oven base. Remove screw (D) (fig. 24) which
will release burner and give access to the injector (C).
Unscrew injector and replace it. Replace burner and
replace screw (D).
CHANGING THE FLEXIBLE GAS HOSE
In order to guarantee that the gas hose is always in
excellent condition we strongly recommend changing
it on the date you will find printed on it.
After having replaced the injectors, it will be
necessary to proceed with burner adjustment as
explained in the previous paragraphs.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
• Change seal each time a tap or a thermostat is
replaced. This will ensure perfect retention between
the tap or a thermostat and part.
•Reassemble all the parts following the same
procedure but in the reverse order.
MAINTENANCE
Prior to any maintenance work or changing
parts, disconnect the appliance from the gas
and electricity power sources. Servicing must
only be carried out by authorised personnel.
REPLACING THE TAPS AND THERMOSTAT
Proceed in the following way when replacing a tap or
the thermostat:
• Remove pan supports, burner heads.
• Unscrew the burner fixing screws (Vc) (fig. 26).(four
for ultrarapid burner and two for the other burners)
• Pull out the knobs.
• Unscrew the three fixing screws (Vf) (fig. 26) which
lock the front panel to the front frame then slip out
from the upper fixing brackets.
• Unscrew the six fixing screws (Vp) (fig. 26) which
lock the side profiles and remove it.
• Unscrew the two fixing screws (Vd or Vs) (fig. 26)
which lock the hob at the back and remove it.
• Unscrew the nuts (D) of the gas aluminium pipes
and pull out the thermocouple quick connectors (F)
(fig. 28).
• Unscrew the screws (Vt) (fig. 27) which lock the
crosspieces.l
• Unscrew the screws (Vb) (fig. 27) which unite the
the bridles of the taps to the front frame.
• Make to slip the ramp toward the back part and
unscrew the screws (Vb) (fig. 28) in order to free the
taps.
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
BURNER AND HEATING ELEMENT DISPOSITION
BURNER TECHNICAL DATA TABLE
N.
BURNER
DENOMINATION
GAS
OPERATING
PRESSURE
kPa
DIAMETER
INJECTORS
1/100 mm
RATING
MJ/h
2
Large
Left front
Propane
Natural
2.75
1.00
88
142
10.0
10.0
3
Medium
Right rear
Propane
Natural
2.75
1.00
73
120
7.2
7.2
3
Medium
Left rear
Propane
Natural
2.75
1.00
73
120
7.2
7.2
4
Small
Right front
Propane
Natural
2.75
1.00
54
90
3.8
4.0
6
Wok
Center
Propane
Natural
2.75
1.00
105
175
14.6
15.0
7
Oven
Propane
Natural
2.75
1.00
127
215
20.9
20.9
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
Description
Rear heating element
Grill heating element
Top heating element of the oven-grill
Lower heating element of the oven
Oven lamp
Fan of the rear heating element
Cooling fan motor
Power cable
Nominal data Mod. 90 x 60
PL998XSDC - DAN985GE 3000 W
2000 W
2000 + 2200 W
2100 W
15 W - E 14 - T 300
25..29 W
12 W
H05 RR-F 3 x1.5
Nominal data Mod. 90 x 60
DAN985CEE - DAN90CE
3000 W
2000 W
2000 + 2200 W
2100 W
15 W - E 14 - T 300
25..29 W
12 W
H05 RR-F 3 x1.5 or 3 x6 mm2
1200 W
2100 W
800 + 1400 W
800 + 1400 W
A - Radiant heating element
B - Radiant heating element
C - Double radiant heating element
D - Double oval radiant heating element
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
TECHNICAL DATA
GAS
Gas oven and electric grill
Electric multifunction oven
NATURAL
PROPANE
NATURAL
PROPANE
Operating pressure gas kPa
1.00
2.75
1.00
2.75
Total input gas MJ
64.3
63.7
43.4
38.7
ELECTRICAL
Voltage / Frequency
Total rating electrical
2040 W - 10 A
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240 V~ 50 Hz
from 3200 to 12120 W - 15 A
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