Installation and Operating Instructions

Installation
and Operating
Instructions
Model:
VERSO 9F OVEN
VERSO 5F OVEN
For your convenience, we recommend to attach the serial number label HERE.
727626042017
p: 09 573 5678
f: 09 573 5699
e: sales@parmco.co.nz
w: www.parmco.co.nz
Parmco Appliances
extended 2 year
warranty
The Warranty:
• This appliance is intended for domestic use in the owners’
home. Use of the appliance for commercial purposes will
limit the warranty period (please see Parmco website for
commercial details).
• Subject to the terms and conditions contained within this
warranty, if the product is not of Acceptable Quality (as
defined in the Consumer Guarantees Act) within 2 years of
the date of original purchase, then Parmco Sales undertakes
to repair or, at it’s sole discretion, replace the product.
• The warranty does not cover the costs of transport, mileage
or travelling time if the product is located beyond 30km of a
recognised Service Agent.
• This warranty is offered as an extra benefit, and does
not affect other legal rights, which can not be modified or
excluded by agreement.
• This warranty only applies to goods supplied and installed in
the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
• The provisions of this warranty are in addition to the rights
and remedies available to consumers under the Consumer
Guarantees Act 1993.
Product
Date of purchase
Serial Number
Dealer / Retailers Name
Please retain this Warranty card together with receipt or other proof of
purchase date when seeking service during the warranty period
Please contact Parmco at 09 573 5678 if your
appliance needs servicing under warranty. Please
have your model number and proof of purchase ready.
Warranty repairs must be authorized by Parmco.
Subject to updates without prior notice, please visit www.parmco.co.nz for
the latest version.
New Zealand
Owned & Operated
for 25 Years
The Warranty is not valid:
• If the product is not installed and operated in accordance with the operating
instructions.
• If the product is not installed to comply with the electrical, gas, plumbing
and other Regulations and Codes of Practice in New Zealand.
• If the product is operated on voltages or frequencies outside the normal
range for domestic appliances in New Zealand.
• If the product is not used in normal domestic use, or if it is used in a
business as defined in the Consumer Guarantees Act.
• If any serial number has been removed or defaced.
• If proof of date of purchase is not supplied, except at the sole discretion of
Parmco Sales. Proof of purchase can be for the product itself, or if installed
with a kitchen or house then proof of purchase can be from a Parmco
reseller of products supplied by Parmco.
• If the products are purchased in a second hand condition from other parties
(including but not limited to TradeMe, Sella, etc.)
Liability under this warranty will not be accepted for:
• Wear and tear from normal domestic use.
• Damage in transport.
• Damage caused to the product by neglect, abuse, negligence, wilful act or
misuse.
• Any costs associated with the repair, replacement, removal or reinstallation
of products installed in a damaged condition.
• Any defect caused by accident, misuse, neglect, tampering with or
unauthorised modifications of the appliance or any attempt at internal
adjustment or repair by any person other than an Authorised Service Agent.
• Service calls that relate principally to the following:
• Instruction on how to use the product.
• Repair or replacement of house fuses, electrical wiring, gas fitting or
plumbing.
• Normal or scheduled maintenance including blocked filters or ducting.
• Consumable items such as light bulbs.
• Any damage to hobs caused by spills when cooking.
• Any breakage or damage of glass items.
• Any damage caused by non recommended product used for cleaning,
maintaining, lubricating or similar.
• Any aspect relating to the installation of the product, or damage caused
during installation including blocked access for repair.
• Any third party (including reseller) or consequential loss or damage (direct
or indirect) however arising.
E & O.E. 727626092016
Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you and congratulations on purchasing your new Parmco appliance.
All Parmco products are made to the highest quality and design standards. We are
sure you will enjoy your new appliance.
As a note, please read through these instructions carefully. These will assist you
in gaining a complete understanding of the functions and features offered by your
appliance. Please take special note of all detailed technical information and installation
instructions. It is essential that you follow these instructions to ensure the safety
and reliability of this appliance.
Furthermore, not using appropriate personnel to install this appliance may affect any
future warranty claims lodged, so please check with Parmco Appliances before any
installation is carried out.
We hope you enjoy your new appliance. If you would like to find out more about
this product or any other products in Parmco’s extensive range, visit us online at
www.parmco.co.nz.
Regards,
The Parmco Team
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety instructions........................................................................4
How to save energy.......................................................................5
Unpacking.....................................................................................5
Description of the appliance.........................................................6
Installation....................................................................................7
Operation.....................................................................................9
Prior first use.................................................................................9
Electronic programmer................................................................9
Oven.............................................................................................14
Cleaning and maintenance............................................................16
Operation in case of emergency....................................................20
Baking in the oven........................................................................21
Technical information...................................................................25
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The appliance becomes very hot during operation. Take care not to touch the heating elements inside the oven.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use. To avoid burns young children should be kept away.
Mains lead of adjacent appliances may be damaged by hobs or stuck between the oven doors, and produce short circuit,
therefore keep them at safe distance from the appliance.
Never put pans weighing on the opened door of the oven.
Do not use the oven in the event of a technical fault, once a technical fault caused, disconnect the power and report the fault to
the service center to be repaired.
Never clean the oven with the high-pressure steam cleaning device, as it may provoke short circuit.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the door glass as they can scratch the surface, which
could then result in the glass shattering.
The rules and provisions contained in this instruction manual should be strictly observed. Do not allow anybody who is not
familiar with the contents of this instruction manual to operate the oven.
During use the appliance becomes hot, care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the oven.
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.
The 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.
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use.
Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements.
Children less than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless continuously supervised
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use.
Young children should be kept away
During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the oven
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HOW TO SAVE ENERGY
Using energy in a responsible way not only saves money but also helps the environment.
So let's save energy! And this is how you can do it:
Make use of residual heat from the oven. If the cooking time is greater than 40 minutes, switch off the oven
10 minutes before the end time. Important when using the timer, set appropriately shorter cooking times
according to the dish being prepared.
Make sure the oven door is properly closed.
Heat can leak through spillages on the door seals. Clean up any spillages immediately.
Do not install the oven in the direct vicinity of refrigerators/freezers. Otherwise energy consumption increases
unnecessarily.
UNPACKING
During transportation, protective packaging was used to protect the appliance against any damage.
After unpacking, please dispose of all elements of packaging in a way that will not cause damage to the
environment.
All materials used for packaging the appliance are environmentally friendly; they are 100% recyclable and
are marked with the appropriate symbol.
Caution!
During unpacking, the packaging materials (polythene bags, polystyrene pieces, etc.) should be kept out of
reach of children.
DISPOSAL OF THE APPLIANCE
Old appliances should not simply be disposed of with normal household waste, but should
be delivered to a collection and recycling center for electric and electronic equipment.
A symbol shown on the product, the instruction manual or the packaging shows that it is
Suitable for recycling.
Materials used inside the appliance are recyclable and are labeled with information concerning this. By
recycling materials or other parts from used devices you are making a significant contribution to the
protection of our environment.
Information on appropriate disposal centers for used devices can be provided by your local authority.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
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1. Temperature control knob
4. Oven door handle
2. Oven function selection knob
5. Mechanical timer
3. Oven temperature red indicator
6. Electronic programmer
VERSO X5F Oven
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VERSO X9F Oven
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INSTALLATION
Installing the oven
The kitchen should be dry and have effective ventilation according to the existing technical provisions
Main lead behind the oven must be placed in such manner to avoid touching the back panel of the oven
because of the heat it develops during operation
Remove any packaging materials (foils, artificial foam, nails, etc.) from the reach of children, because they
represent potential danger. Children may swallow small parts, or suffocate with foils.
This is a built-in oven, which means that its back wall and one side wall can be placed next to a high piece of
furniture or a wall. Coating or veneer used on fitted furniture must be applied with a heat resistant adhesive
(100℃), this prevents surface deformation or detachment of the coating. If you are unsure of your furniture’s
heat resistance, you should leave approximately 2cm of free space around the oven. The wall behind the
oven should be resistant to high temperatures. During operation its back side can warm up to around 500℃
above the ambient temperature.
Make an opening with the dimensions given in the diagram for the oven to be fitted
The appliance must be earthed.
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Insert the oven completely into the opening without allowing the four screws in the places shown in the
diagram to fall out.
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INSTALLATION
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Electrical connection
Warning!
All electrical work must be carried out by a suitably qualified and authorized electrician. No alterations or
willful changes in the electricity supply should be carried out.
● Before attempting the connection, check whether the voltage indicated on the rating plate corresponds to
the actual mains voltage.
● Mains lead should be minimum 1.5m long.
● Earthing wire should be installed in such manner to be the last one pulled out in case the safety relief
device of the mains lead should fail.
● Mains lead behind the oven must be placed in such manner to avoid touching the back panel of the oven
because of the heat it develops during operation.
● The cable of correct size rating must be used cable type H05VV-F 3×1.5m m2.the grounding wire shall be longer
than the other wires.
Connection (by authorised electrician)
● Using the screwdriver open the connector cover at the rear of the appliance. Release two locks located at
either side of the connector bottom.
● Mains lead must be led through the relief safety device, protecting the mains lead cable from disconnection.
● Tighten the relief device securely and close the connector cover.
220-240V 50/60Hz
Colour code
L=exterior live wires, usually coloured black, brown.
N=neutral
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The colour is usually blue.
Beware of the correct N-connection!
E=earthing wire, the colour is green/yellow.
OPERATION
Prior first use
● Remove packaging, clean the interior of the oven.
● Take out and wash the oven fittings with warm water and a little washing-up liquid.
● Switch on the ventilation in the room or open a window.
● Heat the oven (to a temperature of 250℃,for approx. 30 min. remove any stains and wash carefully.
Caution!
When heating the oven for the first time, it is normal phenomenon to give off smoke and peculiar
smell. This will disappear about 30 min later.
Electronic programmer
F
D
G
E
M
Button1
Button2
Button3
Display field
F
Cooking time
Seconds Icon
G
End of cooking time
M
D
Timer
E
Current time
To decrease the numbers
on the digital display
To increase the numbers
on the digital display
Setting the time
1. At power on, displayed “12.00”, and
Function
flashes.
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1
2
3
2. The current time can be set with button 1 and 3, 5 seconds after the time has been set, the
new data will be saved.
Timer
The timer can be activated at any time and any function, the timer can be set from 1 minute to
23 hours and 59 minutes;
To set the timer you should:
1. Press button 2, flashing
.Enter the timer setting.
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1
2
3
2. Set the timer using buttons 1 and 3.
M
1
2
3
3. 5 seconds after the time is set, or directly press the button 2, the signal function
is on.
your setting is saved.
M
1
2
3
4. When the set time is up the alarm signal will be activated and the signal function start
flashing again.
M
1
5. Press any button, the signal function
2
3
and alarm signal will go off, or the alarm signal will
be turned off automatically after 2 minutes.
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Caution!
Besides timer alarm, any other alarms can be turned off by pressing any button. If the alarm
signal is not turned off manually, it will be turned off automatically after 2 minutes.
Semi-automatic operation
If the oven is to be switched off at a given time, or after defined period, you should:
1.Set the oven function knob and the temperature regulator knob to the setting at which you
want the oven to operate.
2.Press the function button, the oven will begin to work and the function signal
flashing.
3. Press button1 or 3 to adjust the cooking time, within a range from 1 minutes to 10 hours.
4. Or press buttons “ 2 ” twice, then the display will show flashing
buttons 1 and 3.
. Set the end time by
5. The set time is introduced to the memory after 5 seconds.
6. When the set time has passed, the oven is switched off automatically, the alarm is activated.
7. Press any button, the alarm signal and the icon
turned off automatically after 2 minutes.
will go off. Or the alarm signal will be
Caution!
The cooking time and end of cooking time range
Cooking time range: 0 t ≤ 10 hours
End of cooking time range: current time < end of cooking time ≤ current time + 10 hours
End of cooking time = current time +cooking time
● When using the semi-automatic operation, set either the cooking time or the end of cooking
time.
● If you set the cooking time to 0 or set the cooking time be the current time, the auto
function will be off.
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●
After the auto function be off, the cooking time to 0, end of cooking time and current time remains
the same.
For example:
The current time is 2:00, want to oven work of 3 hours, end of cooking time is set to be 5:00
(2:00+3:00=5:00).
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M
2
3
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There are two methods to achieve this setting:
First method:
1. Set the cooking time using buttons 1 and 3.
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1
2.
2
3
End of cooking time automatically change to 5:00.
Second method:
1. Set the end of cooking time using buttons 1 and 3.
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M
2
3
2. Cooking time automatically change to 3:00. 5seconds after the setting, the auto function is on.
3 hours later, the current time shows “5:00” the alarm signal is activated.
Automatic operation
If the oven is to be switched on for a specified period of time and switched off at a fixed hour
then you should set the cooking time and the end of cooking time:
1. Set the oven function knob and the temperature regulator knob to the setting at which you
want the oven to operate.
2. Press button 2, the oven will begin to work and the function signal
flashing.
3. Press button 1 and 3to adjust the cook time, within a range from 1 minute to 10 hours.
4. And press button 2, then the display will show flashing .Set the cooking time using buttons
1and 3,
5. The set time is introduced to the memory after 5 seconds. The function signals
and
always on.
6. When the set time has passed, the oven is switched off automatically, the alarm signal is
activated, and the signal function
will go off.
7. Press any button, the alarm signal and
be turned off automatically after 2 minutes.
the icon will all go off. Or the alarm signal will
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Caution!
Work time = end of cooking time – cooking time
For example:
If the current time is 2:00; cooking time set to be 3hours; end of cooking time set to be 10:00,
the work time will be 7:00 (7:00=10:00-3:00).
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1
1.
2
3
Set the cooking time to be “3:00” with button 1 and 3.
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1
2.
3
Set the end of cooking time to be 10:00 with the button 3.
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1
3.
2
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3
5 seconds after setting, the auto function is on.
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4.
2
3
When it up to 7:00, the oven will begin to work
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5.
2
3
When it up to 10:00, the alarm signal is activated, the oven is switched off automatically.
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M
2
3
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End of cooking time > current time + cooking time <= 10hours
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At least more than one minute cooking time , cooking time and end of cooking time must be set.
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If the cooking time set to be 0 or the end of cooking time set to be the current time, the auto function will
be off.
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Mechanical timer
When use oven, user must set food cooking time.
1.Turn mechanical timer in a clockwise way to the time position (between 10 and 120 minutes) you want.
2.Turn function knob to the function position you want.
3.Turn temperature knob to the temperature position you want.
4.After above operation, oven knob runs normally.
5.When oven works till pre-set time, timer will have sound which means the cooking is finished.
If you do not want the oven work controlled by the mechanical timer, an anti-clockwise way to the position.
Caution!
Do not turn mechanical timer in a clockwise way from 120 to “ “
Oven
Oven is controlled by the function knob and the temperature control knob.
Caution!
When selecting any heating function the oven will be switched on only after the temperature has been set by
the temperature control knob.
Possible settings of the oven function knob
Full Grill
(Grill and the top element)
When the "combined grill" is active enables grilling with the grill and with the top element switched on at the
same time.
This function allows a higher temperature at the top of the cooking area, which causes more intense
browning of the dish and permits larger portions to be grilled.
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Warning!
When using function Grill it is required that the oven door is closed.
Warning!
When the grill is in use accessible parts can become hot. lt is best to keep children away from the Oven.
Fan, bottom and top heaters on
At this knob position the oven executes the cake function. Conventional oven with a fan.
Caution!
When the functions with fan have been selected but the temperature knob is set to zero only the fan will be
on. With this function you can cool the dish or the oven chamber.
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At this function, allows the oven to be heating up in a forced way with the thermofan, which is in the central
part of the oven chamber.
Heating the oven up in this way permits even heat circulation around the dish in the oven. The advantage of
this heating method is:
Reduction of overheating-up time and of the initial heating stage.
Possibility to bake at two cooking levels simultaneously.
Reduction in the amount of fats and juices coming out of meat dishes, which results in an improvement in
taste.
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At this function, the fan only works. You can cool the dish or the oven chamber or defrost food.
Fan, grill element when the knob is turned to this position, the oven actives the grill and fan function.
In practice, this function allows the grilling process to be speeded up and an improvement in the
taste of the dish. You should only use the grill with the oven door shut.
Circular Heater Fan with bottom element
This operates the fan oven with the convection element and the bottom element allowing for cooking with
increased temperature from the bottom of the dish when using shelf position 3 or 4, set the oven operation
knob to. The default temperature of 220 is displayed and can be adjusted and button.
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Fan and bottom heater on
At this oven function, the oven actives the bottom heater and fan function.
The mode is useful for baking lose pastry and preparation of preserved fruit and vegetables.
Economy Grill (variable)
Use the economy grill to grill or brown mall amounts of food. Locate the grill
Pan in the 4th or 5thshelf position. Pre-heat the grill for 5 minutes before use.
Warning!
When the grill is in use accessible parts can become hot. It is best to keep children away from the oven.
Fan, grill element
The oven actives the grill top heater and fan function. In practice, this function allows the grilling process to
be speeded up an improvement in the taste of dish, you should only use the grill with the oven door shut.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Caution!
When the functions with fan have been selected but the temperature knob is set to zero only the fan will be
on.
With this function you can cool the dish or the oven chamber.
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Oven guide levels
Baking pans and accessories (oven grid, baking tray, etc.) may be inserted into the oven in 5 guiding levels.
Appropriate levels are indicated in the tables that follow.
Always count levels from the bottom upwards!
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By ensuring proper cleaning and maintenance of your oven you can have a significant influence on the
continuing fault-free operation of your appliance.
Before you start cleaning, the oven must be switched off and you should ensure that all knobs are set to the
"0"position. Do not start cleaning until the oven has completely cooled.
Oven
● The oven should be cleaned after each use.
● Cool the oven completely before cleaning.
● Never clean the appliance with pressurized hot steam cleaner.
● The oven chamber should only be washed with warm water and a small amount of washing-up liquid.
● Steam cleaning
-pour 250ml of water (1 cup) into a bowl placed in the oven on the first level from the bottom.
-Close the oven door.
-Set the temperature knob to 50℃, and the function knob to the bottom heater position.
-Heat the oven chamber for approximately 30 minutes.
-Open the oven door, wipe the chamber inside with a cloth or sponge and wash using warm water with
washing-up liquid.
● After cleaning the oven chamber wipe it dry.
Do not use cleaning products containing abrasive materials for the cleaning and maintenance of the glass
front panel.
Replacement of the oven light Bulb
Before any maintenance is started involving electrical parts, the appliance must be disconnected
from the power supply.
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If the oven has been in use, let the oven cavity and the heating elements cool down before
attempting any maintenance.
Changing the bulb
 Pull out the protective cover.
 We recommend that you wash and dry the glass cover at this point.
Carefully remove the old bulb and insert the new bulb suitable for high temperatures (300ºC) having
the following specifications: 220-240V, 50Hz, 25W, G9 fitting.
 Refit the protective cover.
IMPORTANT
Never use screwdrivers or other utensils to remove the light cover.
This could damage the enamel of the oven or the lamp holder. Remove only by hand
IMPORTANT
Never replace the bulb with bare hands as contamination from your fingers can cause premature failure. Always use a
clean cloth or gloves.
Please note:
The bulb replacement is not covered by your guarantee
Door removal
In order to obtain easier access to the oven chamber for cleaning, it is possible to remove the door.
To do this, tilt the safety catch part of the hinge upwards. Close the door lightly, lift and pull it out towards you.
In order to fit the door back on to the cooker. Do the reverse. When fitting, ensure that the notch of the hinge
is correctly placed on the protrusion of the hinge holder. After the door is fitted to the oven, the safety catch
should be carefully lowered down again. If new the safety catch is not set it may cause damage to the range
when closing the door.
Tilting the hinge safety catches
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Door removal
Press the symbol “ ”and outward the plastic latch that is in the corner at the top of the door .
Next take out the glass from the second blocking mechanism and remove. After cleaning, insert
and block the glass panel, and inser t in the blocking mechanism.
Install door
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OPERATION IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
In the event of an emergency,you should:
● Switch off all working units of the oven
● Call the service center
● Some minor faults can be fixed by referring to the instructions given in the table below. Before calling the
customer support center or the service center check the following points that are presented in the table.
PROBLEM
REASON
ACTON
1.The appliance does not work
Break in power supply
Check the household fuse box; if there
is a blown fuse replace it with a new
one
Choose wrong function
Check if function knob. Temperature
knob is set to the correct position.
2.The programmer display is flashing
The appliance was disconnected from
Set the current time(see use of the
“0.00”
the mains or there was a temporary
programmer)
power cut.
3. The oven lighting does not work.
The bulb is loose or damaged.
Tighten up or replace the blown
bulb(see cleaning and maintenance)
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BAKING IN THE OVEN
Baking pastry
Most appropriate position for baking is the application of both upper and lower heater, or the hot air.
Warning!
The baking parameters given in Tables are approximate and can be corrected based on your own
experience and cooking preferences;
In case you may not find any particular type of cake in the tables, use the information available for the next
most similar type of cake.
Baking with upper and lower elements
Use only a single guide level.
This baking position is especially suitable for baking dry pastry, bread and teacakes. Use dark baking pans.
Light pans reflect heat and pastry is not adequately browned.
Always place baking pans on the grid rack. Remove the grid only if baking in the flat biscuit tray, supplied
with the appliance.
Preheating shortens the baking time. Do not put the cake in the oven until proper temperature is obtained.
Baking tips
Is cake baked?
Pierce the cake with a wooden skewer at the thickest part, if the dough does not stick to it, the cake is baked.
You may switch off the oven and use the remaining heat.
Cake has fallen
Check the recipe. Use less liquid next time. Follow the mixing times, especially when using electric kitchen
mixers.
Cake is too light on the bottom
Use dark baking pan next time, or place the pan one level lower, or switch on the lower heater a while before
the completion.
Cheese cake is undercooked
Next time reduce the baking temperature and extend the baking time.
Warnings regarding the baking tables
The tables indicate the temperature range. Always select lower temperature first. You may always increase
the temperature in case pastry needs more baking.
Baking times are indicative only.
The asterix indicates that the oven requires preheating.
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BAKING IN THE OVEN
Guide
level(from
down
upwards)
Temp
(℃
)
Guide
level(from
down upwards)
Temp
(℃
)
Baking time
(in min)
Sponge cake/
marble cake
2
170-180
2
150-170
60-80
Victoria sponge
2
160-180
2
150-170
65-80
Base for a layer cake
2-3
170-180
2-3
150-170
20-30
Sponge layer cake
2
170-180
Type of pastry
Sweet pastry
30-40
Fruit cake(crispy base)
2-3
160-180
60-70
Cheesecake(short crust)
2
140-150
60-90
Teacake
2
160-180
2
150-170
40-60
Bread(e.g. wholegrain
bread)
2
210-220
2
150-170
50-60
Fruit cake(crispy base)
3
170-180
2
160-200
35-60
2
160-170
30-50
150-170
30-40
Fruit cake(with yeast)
Crumble cake
3
160-170
Sponge roll
2
180-200
10-15
Pizza(thin base)
3
220-240
10-15
Pizza(thick base)
2
180-210
30-50
Buns
3
160-170
2
150-160
10-30
Puff pastry
3
180-190
2
170-190
18-25
Meringues
3
90-110
Choux buns
80-90
2
170-190
35-45
Roasting
Best results are obtained with the engagement of both upper and lower elements. Best heating mode for
each type of roasting pan is indicated by bold print in the Roasting Tables.
Tips regarding roasting pans
For best results, use light enamel pans, temperature resistant glass pans, clay dishes or cast iron dishes.
As stainless steel dishes reflect the heat, they are not recommended.
If you cover your roast or wrap it in foil, it will preserve its juices and the oven will remain clean.
The roast will be cooked quicker if it is left uncovered. Large roasts can be placed directly on the grid with
the oven tray below for catching the juices and melted fat.
Attention when roasting!
Roasting tables indicate suggested temperatures, guide level and roasting times. Roasting time largely
depends upon the type of meat, its size and quality. So you may expect some variations
Roasting of large chunks of meat may produce excessive steaming and condensation on the oven door.
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This is quite normal, and does not affect the operation of the oven.
However, after the completion of roasting wipe the oven door and the glass thoroughly.
Add as much liquid as necessary to prevent burning of juice, dripping from meat. Roast must be checked
regularly and liquid added if necessary.
At approximately the middle of the indicated time turn the roast round, especially if you use the deep roast
dish.
When roasting on the grill grid, place the grid in the deep roasting pan and insert both into the sliding guide.
The bottom pan will intercept dripping fat.
Never leave roast to cool in the oven, as it might produce condensation and corrosion of the oven.
Roasting Table
Type of meat
Guide
level(from
bottom up)
Temp
(℃
)
Roasting time
(in min)
Temp
(℃
)
Beef
Roasting
time (in min)
Per 1 cm
Roast beef or file rare
3
250
12-15
up
3
250
15-25
Oven warmed up “well
done”
3
210-230
25-30
Oven
warmed
juicy(“medium”)
Oven warmed up Roast
joint
2
160-180
2
200-220
120-140
Roast joint
2
160-180
2
200-210
90-140
Ham
2
160-180
2
200-210
60-90
3
210-230
25-30
Pork
Fillet
VEAL
2
160-170
2
200-210
90-120
LAMB
2
160-180
2
200-220
100-120
VENISON
2
175-180
2
200-220
100-120
Chicken
2
170-180
2
220-250
50-80
Goose(approx.2kg)
2
160-180
2
190-200
150-180
Fish
2
175-180
2
210-220
50-80
POULTRY
Grilling
Take extra precautions when grilling. Intensive heat from infrared element makes the oven and the
accessories extremely hot. Use protective gloves and barbecue accessories!
Perforated roast may produce spurting of hot grease (sausages).Use long grill tongs to prevent skin burns
and protect your eyes.
Supervise the grill at all time. Excessive heat may quickly burn your food and provoke fire!
Do not let the children in the vicinity of the grill.
Grill heater is especially suitable for the preparation of low-fat sausages, meat and fish fillets and steaks, and
for browning and crisping the roast skin.
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Tips for grilling
Grilling should be carried out with the oven door closed.
Grilling tables indicate the recommended temperature, guide levels and grilling times, which may vary
according to the weight and quality of meat
Grill element should be pre-heated for 3 minutes.
Oil the grill grid before placing food on it,to avoid food sticking to the grid.
Place the meat upon the grid, then place the grid upon the grease interception pan. Insert both trays into
the oven guides.
Turn the meat round after half of the grilling time has expired. Thinner slices will require only one turn, for
larger chunks you might need to repeat the procedure. Always use barbecue tongs to avoid losing excessive
juice from meat.
Dark beef meat is grilled quicker than lighter pork or veal.
Clean the grill, the oven and the accessories each time after use.
Grill table
Type of meat for grill
Meat and sausages
2 beefsteaks, rare
2beefsteaks, medium
2 beefsteaks, well
done
2 pork chops
2 veal stakes
4 lamb cutlets
4 grill sausages
2 slices meat cheese
1 chicken, halved
Fish
Salmon fillets
Fish in aluminum foil
Toast
4 slices of white bread
2 slices of whole meal
Toast sandwich
Meat/poultry
Chicken
Pork roast
Pork knuckle
Roast beef/ beef fillet
Weight
(in grams)
Guide level Temp(℃) Grill time (in
(from bottom
min.)
up)
400
400
400
5
5
5
240
240
240
14-16
16-20
20-23
400
700
700
400
400
1400
5
5
5
5
5
3
240
240
240
240
240
240-250
20-23
19-22
15-18
9-14
9-13
28-33(1.side)
23-28(2.side.)
400
500
4
4
240
230
19-22
10-13
200
200
600
5
5
5
240
240
240
1,5-3
2-3
4-7
1000
1500
1000
1500
3
3
3
3
180-200
160-180
160-180
190-200
60-70
90-120
120-160
40-80
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Model
VERSO X5F Oven
VERSO X9F Oven
Voltage rating
220-240V 50Hz
220-240V 50Hz
Total power
2000W
3150W
Top element
/
850W
Grill element
2000W
1100W
Bottom element
/
1150W
Circular element
2000W
2000W
Cod:0040304617
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Installation
and Operating
Instructions
Model: VERSO X4I HOB
For your convenience, we recommend to attach
the serial number label HERE.
727626042017
Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you and congratulations on purchasing your new Parmco appliance.
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sure you will enjoy your new appliance.
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appliance. Please take special note of all detailed technical information and installation
instructions. It is essential that you follow these instructions to ensure the safety
and reliability of this appliance.
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installation is carried out.
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INDEX
Important Safety Warnings
Product overview
Top view
Control panel
Induction Cooking
Before using your Induction Hob
Using your Induction Hob
To start cooking
When you have finished cooking
Using the boost function
Locking the controls
Using the timer
Over-Temperature Protection
Detection of Small Items
Auto Shutdown
Cooking guidelines
Heat settings
Care and cleaning
Troubleshooting
Fault Codes
Technical Specifications
Installation
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Important Safety Warnings
Your safety is important to us. Please read this information before using your cooktop.
Important safety instructions
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Never leave the appliance unattended when in use. Boil-over causes smoking and greasy
spillovers may ignite.
Never use your appliance as a work or storage surface.
Never leave any objects or utensils on the appliance.
No combustible materials are to be placed on the appliance at any time.
Do not place or leave any magnetised objects (e.g. credit cards, memory cards) or electronic
devices (e.g. computers, MP3 players) near the appliance, as they may be affected by its
electromagnetic field.
We recommend using plastic or wooden kitchen utensils for cooking with your induction
cooktop.
Never use your appliance for warming or heating the room.
After use, always turn off the cooking zones and the cooktop as described in this manual (i.e. by
using the touch controls). Do not rely on the pan detection feature to turn off the cooking zones
when you remove the pans.
Do not allow children to play, sit, stand, or climb on the appliance.
Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets above the appliance. Children climbing on
the cooktop could be seriously injured.
Do not leave children alone or unattended in the area where the appliance is in use.
Children or persons with a disability which limits their ability to use the appliance should have a
responsible and competent person to instruct/supervise them in its use. The instructor should
be satisfied that they can use the appliance without danger to themselves or their
surroundings.
Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically recommended in the
manual. All other servicing should be done by a qualified technician.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean your cooktop.
Do not place or drop heavy objects on your cooktop.
Do not stand on your cooktop.
Do not use pans with jagged edges or drag pans across the induction glass surface as this can
scratch the glass.
Do not use scourers or any other harsh abrasive cleaning agents to clean your cooktop, as these
can scratch the glass.
If the power supply cable is damaged, it must only be replaced by a qualified technician.
Do not operate your cooktop by means of an external timer or separate remote-control system.
This appliance is intended to be used for domestic purposes only.
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Installation
Electrical Shock Hazard
• Disconnect the appliance from the main electricity supply before carrying out any work or
maintenance on it.
• Connection to a good earth wiring system is essential and mandatory.
• Alterations to the domestic wiring system must only be made by a qualified technician.
• Failure to follow this advice may result in electrical shock or death.
Important safety instructions
• Read these instructions carefully before installing or using this appliance.
• No combustible materials or products should be placed on this appliance at any time.
• Please make this information available to the person responsible for installing the appliance as
it could reduce your installation costs.
• In order to avoid a hazard, this appliance must be installed according to these instructions for
installation.
• This appliance must be properly installed and earthed by a qualified technician.
• This appliance should be connected to a circuit which incorporates an isolating switch,
providing full disconnection from the power supply.
• Failure to install the appliance correctly could void any warranty or liability claims.
Operation and maintenance
Electrical Shock Hazard
• Do not cook on a broken or cracked cooktop. If the cooktop surface break or crack, switch the
appliance off immediately at the main power supply (wall switch) and contact a qualified
technician.
• Switch the cooktop off at the wall before cleaning or maintenance.
• Failure to follow this advice may result in electrical shock or death.
Health Hazard
• This appliance complies with electromagnetic safety standards.
• However, persons with cardiac pacemakers or other electrical implants (such as insulin pumps)
must consult with their doctor or implant manufacturer before using this appliance to make
sure that their implants will not be affected by the electromagnetic field.
• Failure to follow this advice may result in death.
Hot Surface Hazard
• During use, accessible parts of this appliance will become hot enough to cause burns.
• Do not let your body, clothing or any other items other than suitable cookware contact the
Induction glass until the surface is cool.
• Never leave metal objects (such as kitchen utensils) or empty pans on the cooktop as they can
become hot very quickly.
• Beware: magnetisable metal objects worn on the body may become hot in the vicinity of the
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cooktop. Gold or silver jewellery will not be affected.
Keep children away.
Handles of saucepans may be hot to touch. Check saucepan handles do not overhang other
cooking zones that are on. Keep handles out of reach of children.
Failure to follow this advice could result in burns and scalds.
Product Overview
VERSO X4I HOB
Top View
Control Panel
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1. ON/OFF control
2. Cooking zone selection controls
3. Heat/Timer Regulation Controls
4. Timer
5. Key/child Lock Controls
6. Boost Control
Induction Cooking
Induction cooking is a safe, advanced, efficient, and economical cooking technology. It works by
electromagnetic vibrations generating heat directly in the pan, rather than indirectly through
heating the glass surface. The glass becomes hot only because the pan eventually warms it up.
Iron pot
Magnetic circuit
Ceramic glass plate
Induction coil
Induced currents
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Before using your Induction Hob
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Read this guide, taking special note of the ‘Safety Warnings’ section.
Remove any protective film that may still be on your Induction hob.
BOOST function - when selected the power of the cooking zone increases to 1500W/2000W for
5 minutes only, before reverting to the previous heat setting.
Using the Touch Controls
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The controls respond to touch, so you do not need to apply any pressure.
Use the ball of your finger, not its tip.
You will hear a beep each time a touch is registered.
Make sure the controls are always clean, dry, and that there are no objects (e.g. a utensil or a
cloth) covering them. Even a thin film of water may make the controls difficult to operate.
Choosing the right Cookware
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Only use cookware with a base suitable for induction cooking. Look
for the induction symbol on the packaging or on the bottom of the
pan.
You can check whether your cookware is suitable by carrying out a
magnet test. Move a magnet towards the base of the pan. If it is
attracted, the pan is suitable for induction.
If you do not have a magnet:
o Put some water in the pan you want to check.
o Follow the steps under ‘To start cooking’ on page 7.
o If
does not flash in the display and the water is heating, the pan is suitable.
Cookware made from the following materials is not suitable: pure stainless steel, aluminum or
copper without a magnetic base, glass, wood, porcelain, ceramic, and earthenware.
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Do not use cookware with jagged edges or a curved base.
Make sure that the base of your pan is smooth, sits flat against the glass, and is the same size as the
cooking zone. Use pans with a base diameter that is as large as the graphic of the zone selected. By
using a slightly wider pot, energy will be used at its maximum efficiency. If you use a smaller pot,
the efficiency could be less than expected. Pots less than 140 mm could be undetected by the hob.
Always centre your pan on the cooking zone.
Always lift pans off the Induction hob – do not slide, as they may scratch the glass.
Using your Induction Hob
To start cooking
No heating takes place unless there is a suitable pan on the cooking zone.
The display will automatically turn off after 1 minute, if no suitable pan is placed on it.
1. Place a suitable pan on the cooking zone that
you wish to use.
• Make sure the bottom of the pan and the surface of the cooking zone are
clean and dry.
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2. Touch the
ON/OFF control
After switching the power on, the buzzer beeps once. All displays
show “ – “ or “ – – “, indicating that the induction hob has entered standby mode.
Note: if the display flashes “ “, alternatively with the heat setting, this means:
• Pan has not been placed on the correct cooking zone
• Pan is not suitable for induction hob.
• Pan is too small and can not be detected, or not positioned correctly.
3. Touch the cooking zone you wish to use.
4. Select a heat setting by touching the “-/+” regulating controls
• If you do not choose a heat setting within 1 minute, the Induction hob will
automatically switch back to standby mode. You will need to start again at step 1.
• You can modify the heat setting at any time during cooking.
When you have finished cooking
1. Touch the cooking zone selection control that you wish to switch off.
2. Turn the cooking zone off by scrolling down to “0 “ using the “-“ regulating
control.
The display will then show “H"
3. Alternatively turn the whole cooktop off by touching the ON/OFF control
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4. Beware of hot surfaces
• “H” will show which cooking zone is still hot to touch. The signal will disappear when the
surface has cooled down to a safe temperature. It can also be used as an energy
saving function - if you want to heat further pans, use the hotplate that is still hot.
Note: the residual heat indicator will disappear if the main power supply to the hob is turned off.
Using the Boost function
• The boost function can operate in all cooking zones.
• The cooking zone will return to its original setting after 5 minutes.
Activate the boost function
1. Touch the cooking zone required
2. Touch the boost
display.
B
control, and “P” will appear in the
3. Cooking zone will function at the higher power for 5 minutes only, before
reverting the previously selected heat setting.
Cancel the Boost function
1. Touch the cooking zone required
2.
Touch
B the Boost control, to cancel the
boost function. The cooking zone will revert to the
previously selected heating level.
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Locking the Controls
You can lock the controls to prevent unintended use (for example children accidentally turning the
cooking zones on).
When this function is activated, all controls except the ON/OFF control are disabled.
To lock the controls
1. Touch and hold the
keylock symbol and the timer indicator display will show “Lo”
To unlock the controls
1. Make sure the hob is turned on.
2. Touch and hold the keylock
control to unlock the hob control panel. “Lo will
disappear from the display.
3. The hob is now unlocked, and you can now start using it.
When the hob is in lock mode, all controls are disabled except the ON/OFF control. In an
emergency, you can turn the induction hob off with the ON/OFF button, but you will have
to unlock the hob first before the next use.
Using the Timer
You can use the timer to turn one or more cooking zones off after a set amount of time.
Note: The timer can be set for up to 99 minutes for each cooking zone.
The timer will begin to count down immediately after being set.
Setting the timer to turn one heating zone off
1.
Touch the heating zone control that you want to set the timer for.
2.
Select the heat level using the “-“ or “+” regulating controls
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3.
Touch the timer control, the display will show “30”
4.
Set the time by touching the “-“ or “+” regulating controls.
Hint: Touch the “-“ or “+” controls once and the time will change in
increments
of 1 minute.
Touch and hold the “-“ or “+” control and the time will change in increments of 10
minutes.
• If the setting time exceeds 99 minutes, the timer will automatically return to 0 minutes.
Cancelling the timer for a heating zone
1. Press the “-” timer regulating key to reduce the time outstanding to 0.
OR
2. Touch the Timer control to cancel the timer.
3. Display will show “00”
When the selected cooking time has been reached, the corresponding cooking
zone will switch off automatically.
Other heating zone will keep operating if it had previously been turned on.
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Over-Temperature Protection
A temperature sensor can monitor the temperature inside the Induction hob. When excessive
temperature is detected, the Induction hob will stop operation automatically.
Detection of Small Items
When an unsuitable sized/non-magnetic pan, or some other small item (e.g. knife, fork, key) has
been left on the hob, the hob automatically goes on to standby after 1 minute. The fan will keep
cooling the induction hob for a further 1 minute.
Auto Shutdown
Auto shutdown is a safety protection function for your induction hob. It shuts down automatically if
you ever forget to turn off your cooking. The default working times for various power levels are
shown in the table below.
Power level
Default working timer (hour)
1
8
2
8
3
8
4
4
5
4
6
4
7
2
8
2
9
2
When the pot is removed, the induction hob will stop heating immediately and the hob will
automatically switch off after 2 minutes.
People with a heart pace maker should consult with their doctor before using this unit.
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Cooking Guidelines
Take care when frying as oils and fats heat up very quickly, particularly if you are using
Power Boost. At extremely high temperatures, oils and fats will ignite spontaneously and
present a serious fire risk.
Cooking Tips
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When food comes to boil, reduce the temperature setting.
Using a lid will reduce cooking times and save energy by retaining the heat.
Minimise the amount of liquid or fat to reduce cooking times.
Start cooking on a high temperature setting and reduce the setting when the food has heated
through.
Simmering, cooking rice
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Simmering occurs below boiling point at around 85˚C when bubbles are just rising occasionally
to the surface of the cooking liquid. It is the key to delicious soups and tender stews because
the flavours develop without overcooking the food. You should also cook egg-based and
flour-thickened sauces below boiling point.
Searing steak
To cook juicy flavoursome steaks:
1. Stand the meat at room temperature for about 20 minutes before cooking.
2. Heat up a heavy-based frying pan.
3. Brush both sides of the steak with oil. Drizzle a small amount of oil into the hot pan and then
lower the meat onto the hot pan.
4. Turn the steak only once during cooking. The exact cooking time will depend on the thickness of
the steak and how cooked you want it. Times may vary from about 2 – 8 minutes per side. Press
the steak to gauge how cooked it is – the firmer it feels the more ‘well done’ it will be.
5. Leave the steak to rest on a warm plate for a few minutes to allow it to relax and become
tender before serving.
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For stir-frying
1. Choose an induction compatible flat-based wok or a large frying pan.
2. Have all the ingredients and equipment ready. Stir-frying should be quick. If cooking large
quantities, cook the food in several smaller batches.
3. Preheat the pan briefly and add two tablespoons of oil.
4. Cook any meat first, then put it aside and keep warm.
5. Stir-fry the vegetables. When they are hot but still crisp, turn the cooking zone to a lower
setting, return the meat to the pan and add your sauce.
6. Stir the ingredients gently to make sure they are heated through.
7. Serve immediately.
Heat Settings
The settings below are guidelines only. The exact setting will depend on several factors, including
your cookware and the amount you are cooking. Experiment with the induction hob to find the
settings that are best suitable for you.
Heat setting
Suitability
1-2
• delicate warming for small amounts of food
• melting chocolate, butter, and foods that burn quickly
• gentle simmering
• slow warming
3-4
• reheating
• rapid simmering
• cooking rice
5-6
• pancakes
7-8
• sautéing
• cooking pasta
9/P
• stir-frying
• searing
• bringing soup to boil
• boiling water
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Care and Cleaning
What?
How?
Important!
Everyday soiling on glass
(fingerprints, marks,
stains left by food or
non-sugary spillovers on
the glass).
1. Switch the power to the cooktop off.
2. Apply a cooktop cleaner while the
glass is still warm (but not hot!).
3. Rinse and wipe dry with a clean cloth
or paper towel.
4. Switch the power to the cooktop
back on.
Boilovers, melts, and
hot sugary spills on
the glass.
Remove these immediately with a fish
slice, palette knife or razor blade
scraper suitable for Induction glass
cooktops, but beware of hot cooking
zone surfaces:
1. Switch the power to the cooktop off
at the wall.
2. Hold the blade or utensil at a 30°
angle and scrape the soiling or spill
to a cool area of the cooktop.
3. Clean the soiling or spill up with a
dish cloth or paper towel.
4. Follow steps 2 to 4 for ‘Everyday
soiling on glass’ above.
1. Switch the power to the cooktop off.
2. Soak up the spill.
3. Wipe the touch control area with a
clean damp sponge or cloth.
4. Wipe the area completely dry
with a paper towel.
5. Switch the power to the cooktop
back on.
• When the power to the cooktop is switched
off, there will be no ‘hot surface’ indication
but the cooking zone may still be hot! Take
extreme care.
• Heavy-duty scourers, some nylon scourers
and harsh/abrasive cleaning agents may
scratch the glass. Always read the label to
check if your cleaner or scourer is suitable.
• Never leave cleaning residue on the cooktop:
the glass may become stained.
• Remove stains left by melts and
sugary food or spillovers as soon
as possible. If left to cool on the
glass, they may be difficult to
remove or even permanently
damage the glass surface.
• Cut hazard: when the safety cover
is retracted, the blade in a scraper
is razor-sharp. Use with extreme
care and always store safely and
out of reach of children.
Spillovers on the
touch controls.
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• The cooktop may beep and turn
itself off, and the touch controls
may not function while there is
liquid on them. Make sure you wipe the
touch control area dry before turning the
cooktop back on.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible causes
What to do
The induction hob cannot
be turned on.
No power.
Make sure the induction hob is connected
to the power supply and that it is switched
on.
The touch controls are
unresponsive.
The controls are locked.
The touch controls are
difficult to operate.
There may be a slight film of water
over the controls or you may be using
the tip of your finger when touching
the controls.
Rough-edged cookware.
The glass is being
scratched.
Some pans make crackling
or clicking noises.
The induction hob makes
a low humming noise
when used on
a high heat setting.
Fan noise coming from the
induction hob.
Pans do not become hot.
Unsuitable, abrasive scourer or
cleaning products being used.
This may be caused by the
construction of your cookware
(layers of different metals vibrating
differently).
This is caused by the technology
of induction cooking.
Check whether there is a power outage in
your home or area. If
you have checked everything and the
problem persists, call a qualified technician.
Unlock the controls. See section
‘Using your induction cooktop’ for
instructions.
Make sure the touch control area is dry and
use the ball of your finger when touching
the controls.
Use cookware with flat and smooth bases.
See ‘Choosing the right cookware’.
See ‘Care and cleaning’.
This is normal for cookware and does not
indicate a fault.
This is normal, but the noise should quieten
down or disappear completely when you
decrease the heat setting.
A cooling fan built into your induction
hob has turned on to prevent the
electronics from overheating. It may
continue to run even after you’ve
turned the induction hob off.
The induction hob cannot detect the
pan because it is not suitable for
induction cooking.
This is normal and needs no action. Do not
switch the power to the induction hob off
at the wall while the fan is running.
The induction hob cannot detect the
pan because it is too small for the
cooking zone or it is not properly
centred on the zone.
Centre the pan and make sure that its base
matches the size of the cooking zone.
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Use cookware suitable for induction
cooking. See section ‘Choosing the right
cookware’.
The induction hob or a
cooking zone has turned
itself off
unexpectedly, a tone
sounds and an error code
is displayed
(typically alternating with
one or two digits in the
cooking timer display).
Technical fault.
Please note down the error
letters and numbers, switch
the power to the induction hob
off at the wall, and contact a
qualified technician.
Fault Codes
If an abnormality comes up, the induction hob will enter a protective state automatically and
display the corresponding protective codes:
Problem
Possible causes
What to do
F3-F4
Temperature sensor failure of
induction coil.
Please contact a technician.
F9-FA
Temperature sensor failure of the
Please contact a technician.
IGBT.
E1/E2
Abnormal supply voltage.
E3
Abnormally high temperature of
induction coil temperature sensor
E5
Abnormally high temperature of IGBT
temperature sensor
Please inspect whether power supply
is normal. Power on after the power
supply is normal.
Please contact a technician.
Please restart after the induction hob
cools down.
The above are the judgment and inspection of common failures.
Please do not disassemble the unit by yourself to avoid any dangers and damages to the induction hob.
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Technical Specification
Cooking Hob
VERSO X4I HOB
Cooking Zones
4 Zones
Supply Voltage
220-240V~ 50Hz
Power
1500W/Boost 2000W (180mm)
1000W/Boost1500W (140mm)
Product Size
L×W×H(mm)
Cut Out Dimensions A×B (mm)
590x520x63mm
560x490mm
Dimensions are approximate. Because we continually strive to improve our products we may
change specifications and designs without prior notice.
Installation
Dear Installer:
Please affix data label provided on the adjacent cupboard near
the appliance for future reference. Thank you.
Selection of installation equipment
• Cut out the work surface according to the sizes shown in the drawing.
• For the purpose of installation and use, a minimum of 50mm space shall be preserved
around the hole.
• Be sure the thickness of the work surface is at least 40-50mm. Please select
heat-resistant work surface material to avoid larger deformation caused by the heat
radiation from the hotplate.
• When installing the hob over drawers, a board must be installed 10mm underneath the
hob. The board must be made of suitable heat resistant materials.
Cautions
1. The induction hotplate must be installed by qualified personnel or technicians. Never conduct
the installation by yourself.
2. The hob must not be installed directly above a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washing machine or
clothes dryer, as the humidity may damage the hob electronics.
3. The wall and induced heating zone above the tabletop must be able to withstand heat.
4. To avoid any damage, the sandwich layer and adhesive must be resistant to heat.
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VERSO X4I HOB
L(mm)
W(mm)
H(mm)
D(mm)
A(mm)
B(mm)
X(mm)
590
520
63
58
560
490
50 min
Under any circumstances, make sure the Induction hob is well ventilated and the air inlet and outlet
are not blocked. Ensure the Induction hob is in good working state.
Note: The safety distance between the hob and the extraction system above at least be
650mm.
A(mm)
B(mm)
C(mm)
D
E
F
G
650
50 min
20 min
Air intake
Air exit ≥5mm
>35mm
<50mm
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Before you install the hob, make sure that
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the work surface is made of a heat-resistant material.
if the hob is installed above an oven, the oven has a built-in cooling fan.
the installation complies with all clearance requirements and New Zealand standards and
regulations.
a suitable isolating switch providing full disconnection from the mains power supply is
incorporated in the permanent wiring, mounted and positioned to comply with the local
standards and regulations.
the isolating switch must be of an approved type and provide a 3 mm air gap contact
separation in all poles (or in all active [phase] conductors if the local wiring rules allow for
this variation of the requirements).
the isolating switch will be easily accessible to the customer with the hob installed.
consult local building authorities and by-laws if in doubt regarding installation.
heat-resistant and easy-to-clean finishes (such as ceramic tiles) are used for the wall
surfaces surrounding the hob.
the power supply cable is not accessible through cupboard doors or drawers.
there is an adequate flow of fresh air from outside the cabinetry to the base of the hob.
if the hob is installed above a drawer or cupboard space, a thermal protection barrier is
installed below the base of the hob.
the isolating switch is easily accessible.
Inserting and fixing the hob
Before inserting the hob into the work surface, place the adhesive
seal around the underside edge
of the hob. It is important to fix the seal evenly without gaps,
to prevent liquids from seeping underneath the hob.
1.
Place the gasket around the bottom edge of the hob.
2.
Place the hob in the work surface cutout, so the hob is sitting firmly on the surface.
3.
Secure the hob to the underside of the work surface using the fixing brackets supplied.
Screw one end of the bracket to the holes on the underside of the hob.
Adjust the position of the brackets to suit the thickness of the work surface.
Secure the other end of the bracket to the underside of the work surface, in order to
secure the hob into position.
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screw
OU
bracket
base
screw hold
Connecting the hob to the mains power supply
This hob must be connected to the main power supply by a qualified personnel.
Before connecting the hob to the mains power supply, check that:
1. the domestic wiring system is suitable for the power drawn by the hob.
2. the voltage corresponds to the specifications provided in the manual and data label.
3. the power supply cable sections can withstand the load specified on the rating plate.
To connect the hob to the mains power supply, do not use adapters, reducers, or branching devices,
as they can cause overheating and fire. The power supply cable must not touch any hot parts and
must be positioned so that its temperature will not exceed 75˚C at any point.
Check with an electrician whether the domestic wiring system is suitable without alterations.
Any alterations must only be made by a qualified technician.
The power supply should be connected in compliance with the relevant local standard.
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CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Caution! Voltage of heating elements 220-240V
Caution! In the event of any connection the safety
Wire must be connected to the
E terminal.
②
⑤
①
④
For 220-240V earthed one-phase connection, bridges
connect L terminals and terminals, safety wire to
②
L ①
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Recommended
type of
connection lead
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E
If the cable is damaged or is to be replaced, the operation must be carried out by a qualified
person.
The installer must ensure that the correct electrical connection has been made and that it is
compliant with safety regulations.
The cable must not be bent or compressed.
The installer must use the supplied power cord.
This appliance is labeled in compliance with European directive 2012/19/EU for
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring that this
appliance is disposed of correctly, you will help prevent any possible damage to
the environment and to human health, which might otherwise be caused if it
were disposed of in the
wrong way.
The symbol on the product indicates that it may not be treated as normal
household waste. It should be taken to a collection point for the recycling of
electrical and electronic goods.
DISPOSAL: Do not
dispose this product
as unsorted municipal waste.
Collection of
such waste separately for
special treatment is necessary.
This appliance requires specialist waste disposal. For further information
regarding the treatment, recover and recycling of this product please contact
your local council or your household waste disposal service.
For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this
product, please contact your local city office or your household waste disposal
service.
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