Gas cooker Gas stove with oven

Gas cooker
Gas stove with oven
LPG4920...LPG6940...LPG694F...LPG694E...
LPG696F... LPG4820D... LPG6840D
1317433
1317463
1315563
ENGLISH: Installation, use and maintenance manual
06/2016
Contents
1. INSTALLATION31
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
General and safety warnings���������������������������������������������31
Positioning������������������������������������������������������������������������35
Electric connection������������������������������������������������������������36
Installation safety notes����������������������������������������������������37
Smoke exhaust������������������������������������������������������������������38
Connecting the gas (gas ovens only)���������������������������������38
Connecting To A Different Type Of Gas������������������������������40
2. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE41
2.1. Commissioning�����������������������������������������������������������������41
2.2. Setting �����������������������������������������������������������������������������42
3. USE OF THE ELECTRIC OVEN43
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
3.6.
First oven ignition�������������������������������������������������������������43
Cooking����������������������������������������������������������������������������43
Selector command knobs��������������������������������������������������44
Oven selector knob symbology�����������������������������������������44
Safety thermostat�������������������������������������������������������������44
Indicator lights�����������������������������������������������������������������45
4. USING THE GAS OVEN45
4.1. First oven ignition�������������������������������������������������������������45
4.1 Safety Thermostat�������������������������������������������������������������48
4.2 Replacing the nozzles��������������������������������������������������������48
5. MAINTENANCE and CLEANING50
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
5.5.
5.6.
Internal cleaning �������������������������������������������������������������50
Oven light replacement�����������������������������������������������������50
Door cooling kit����������������������������������������������������������������51
Cleaning of the oven door�������������������������������������������������51
Knobs�������������������������������������������������������������������������������51
Electrical repair work��������������������������������������������������������51
6. TROUBLESHOOTING52
7. DISPOSAL OF THE APPLIANCE53
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Dear Customer,
Thank you for purchasing one of our products.
This oven is part of a series of electrical equipment designed for the food sector. Our ovens
are easy to use, ergonomic and enable cooking control, while boasting a pleasant and modern
design.
The oven has a 12-month warranty that covers any manufacturing defects from the date
indicated on the Bill of Sale. The warranty covers normal operation of the oven and does
not include consumables (lamps, seals etc.) and damage caused by incorrect installation,
wear, maintenance, repair, incorrect cleaning and descaling, tampering and improper use.
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1. INSTALLATION
1.1 General and safety warnings
• Read
this
manual
thoroughly
before
installation and use of
the oven, as it provides
important
instructions
regarding
its
safe
installation,
use
and
maintenance.
• Keep the manual in a
location that can be easily
accessed by the operators
for further consultation.
• Always
include
the
manual if the appliance is
transferred; if necessary,
request a new copy from
the
authorised
dealer
or directly from the
manufacturer.
• As soon as the packaging
is removed, make sure
the appliance is in good
condition and there is no
damage caused during
transportation.
Never
install or use a damaged
appliance; if in doubt,
contact the after-sales
technical
assistance
or your local dealer
immediately.
• As the packaging material
is potentially dangerous,
it must be kept out of
the reach of children or
animals and disposed of
correctly in compliance
with local regulations.
• Before
installing
the
equipment, check that the
systems are compliant
with the regulations in
force in the country of use
and with that stated on
the information plate.
• Installation
or
maintenance
different
to those indicated in
the manual can cause
damage, injury or fatal
accidents.
• Installation, extraordinary
maintenance
and
repair
operations
on
the
equipment
must
only be performed by
professionally
qualified
personnel and following
the
manufacturer's
instructions.
• During assembly of the
equipment, the transit or
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permanence of staff not
assigned to installation is
not permitted in the work
area.
• The
appliance
was
designed to cook foodstuffs
in indoor environments
and must only be used for
this function. Any different
use must therefore be
avoided as it is considered
improper and dangerous.
• The appliance must only
be used by personnel who
have been appropriately
trained in its use. To avoid
the risk of accidents or
damage to the equipment,
it is essential that the staff
is constantly trained with
regard to safe operation.
• The appliance must not
be used by persons with
reduced physical, sensory
or mental capacities or by
those who do not have
the necessary experience
or
knowledge
unless
they are supervised or
instructed in the use
of the equipment by a
person who is responsible
for their safety.
• The
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appliance
must
be placed in a suitably
ventilated
room
to
prevent the excessive
accumulation of harmful
substances in the air.
• Children
must
be
supervised to ensure they
neither play with nor use
the appliance.
• During operation, pay
attention to the hot areas
on the exterior surfaces
of the equipment which,
during
operation,
can
exceed 60°C.
• The
use
of
hearing
protection is not necessary
as the sound pressure
level of the oven is lower
than 70 dB(A).
• In the event of failure
or malfunctioning, the
equipment
must
be
deactivated; any repairs
must only be performed
by an assistance centre
authorised
by
the
manufacturer and original
spare parts must be used.
• Disconnect the appliance
from the electric power
supply before performing
any
installation
or
maintenance intervention.
• Interventions, tampering • Attention! In case of
or
modifications
not
damage to power cables,
expressly
authorised,
it will not be possible to
which do not respect that
use the appliance, in this
case the cable must be
stated in this manual, will
replaced by the service or
make the warranty null
by qualified personnel
and void.
• Do not place other heat • The appliance is intended
sources, such as fryers
for professional use only.
or cooking plates, near to
• No changes of any kind are
the oven.
permitted to the wiring of
• Do not deposit or use
the equipment.
flammable
substances
• Failure to comply with the
near the equipment.
previous warnings can
• In the event of prolonged
compromise both your
lack of use, the electricity
safety and the safety of
must be turned off.
the equipment.
• Before commissioning the • When
the
cooking
appliance, make sure that
chamber is hot, be careful
all parts of the packaging
when opening the door.
have
been
removed,
BURNS HAZARD!!
making sure they are
disposed of in compliance • The trays and grills must
be extracted from the hot
with current legislation.
oven using heat-resistant
• Any changes to appliance
protective gloves for the
installation that become
hands.
necessary
must
be
approved and performed • Use protective glasses
and suitable gloves during
by authorised technicians.
cooking chamber cleaning
• Any electrical repair must
operations.
be performed by highly
• ATTENTION:
the floor
qualified personnel.
near to the oven could be
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slippery.
• The information plate
provides
important
technical
information:
these
are
essential
if
interventions
must
be
requested
for
maintenance or repairs of
the appliance; therefore,
it must not be removed,
damaged or modified.
• The version of the gas
ovens conform to the Gas
Directive 2009/142/EEC
and have therefore been
issued with a CE certificate
by a notified body.
• The equipment
with
the
requirements
Machinery
2006/42/EC.
complies
essential
of
the
Directive
• The equipment
with
the
requirements
Electroma
Compatibility
2014/30/EC.
complies
essential
of
the
gnetic
Directive
• The equipment
with
the
requirements
Low Voltage
2014/35/EC.
complies
essential
of
the
Directive
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1.2 Positioning
The appliances have been designed to be installed indoors. They cannot
be used outdoors and cannot be exposed to atmospheric agents.
The place designated for the installation of the oven must have a
rigid, level and horizontal surface, which must be able to safely support
the weight of the device/support assembly and the load at maximum
capacity.
The appliance must be transported to the place of installation packed
on the wooden pallet and the appliance must be transported to the place
of installation on its wooden pallet and handled using precautions to
prevent over-turning.
The appliance must be installed at a minimum
distance of 100 mm from the side wall and 50
mm from the rear wall.(Fig 1)
All of the materials used for packaging are
compatible with the environment, they can
be stored without danger or be disposed of
according to local regulations.
Remove the appliance from the packaging and
inspect it for damage, then position it in the
place of use.
Ensure the appliance rests on a level floor and
adjust the height via the levelling feet as shown
in Fig 2.
Significant unevenness or inclinations can
compromise the operation of the oven.
If the appliance is placed against a
wall, this must be able to withstand
temperatures of 80°C and if it is
flammable, heat insulation must be
installed.
Remove the entire protective film from
the external panels of the appliance, detaching it slowly to remove all
traces of adhesive.
Make sure that all openings and holes designed for heat intake/discharge
are not obstructed.
The appliance must be positioned in an area in which there cannot be
accidental contact with water.
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Do not block the intake or heat dissipation openings and vents and
place the appliance beneath an extractor hood whose system must be
legally compliant.
It is good practice to have the periodic maintenance of the ovens
performed every year by an authorised technician and in compliance
with the specific regulations. On this occasion all controls regarding the
operation of electric components (selectors, electronics, solenoid valves,
heating elements, motors, cooling fans, etc.) and the mechanical controls
relative to functionality of the doors, hinges, closing mechanisms, and
gaskets will be performed.
1.3 Electric connection
As prescribed, the electrical system must have an efficient earth
system, as required by the regulations in force. The electrical safety of
the appliance can only be ensured when the electrical system is conform.
Before making the electrical connection, check the mains voltage and
frequency values to ensure that they conform to the requirements of the
appliance, as indicated on its data plate.
For direct connection to the mains, a device, sized according to the
load, must be placed between the appliance and the mains itself, which
ensures disconnection. Its contacts should have a minimum opening
distance that enables complete disconnection under the conditions of
category III overvoltage, according to installation rules; this device
should also be located so that it can be easily used by the operator at
any time.
Turn the master selector, to which the power supply plug will be
connected, to position 0 (zero). Have the socket cable section checked
by qualified staff to make sure it suits the power absorbed by the device.
The power supply cable to be used must be type H05 RN F and it must
be the proper size for the appliance.
The connection terminal board is inside the case, at the top.
Pass the cable through the cable gland, connect the wires to the
corresponding terminal of the terminal board and fix them.
The earth wire must be longer than the others so that, if the cable
holder breaks, the earth cable detaches after the voltage cables.
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The appliance must be included within an equipotential
system whose efficiency is checked in compliance with the
standards in force.
For connection there is a clamp, located on the frame and
marked with the symbol of Fig. 3.
Fig.3
Electrical features
Model
Voltage V
LPG4920
1N 230V
Frequency Hz
Number of
plates
Maximum
power plates
kW
2
Maximum
nominal
power kW
9.5
LPG6940
1N 230V
LPG694F
1N 230V
LPG694E
1N 230V
4
LPG696F
1N 230V
6
1.4
2
9.5
4
19
LPG4820D
LPG6840D
-
50/60
-
4
19
4
1.4
2
2.2
Table 1
1.4 Installation safety notes
If the appliance is installed in the vicinity of other household appliances,
ensure the electrical cables and pipes are sufficiently distanced from the
hot parts of the same.
Make sure that around the appliance there is sufficient air circulation.
Avoid installing the product near flammable materials.
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1.5 Smoke exhaust
La macchina deve essere sempre installata sotto cappa aspirante.
When the appliance is installed under the extraction hood, check that
the following indications are respected:
•
the volume extracted must be higher
than that of the flue gases generated (see
current regulation);
•
the gas supply to the appliance must
be controlled directly by this system and
must cut-off whenever the flow rate drops
below the values prescribed;
•
the gas must only be re-admitted to
the appliance manually;
the end part of the appliance evacuation
pipe must be positioned inside the base
perimeter projection of the hood (Fig.4)
Fig. 4
1.6 Connecting the gas (gas ovens only)
Check on the technical plate on the left-hand side of the oven that the
appliance has been tested and approved for the type of gas that the
user’s premises (Fig. 5)
Make sure the nozzles installed
upstream
on
the
appliance
correspond to the type of gas that
is available.
Check, using the data on the
technical plate, to make sure that
the pressure reducer capacity is
sufficient for the appliance supply.
The appliance has been set in
the factory for use with G20 gas
at a pressure of 20 mbar, unless
requested differently on placing
the order.
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A
Fig. 5
Do not reduce the diameter of the section between the reducer and the
appliance. Fit a gas filter above the pressure adjuster in order to ensure
optimum operation.
Control of the Nominal Heat Input:
During initial installation and during maintenance or adaptation to
another type of gas nominal heat input must be measured. It can
be measured by using the volumetric method with the aid of a litre
counter or a chronometer. After measuring the connecting pressure and
the diameter of the injectors, measure the hourly flow rate of the gas
and compare the results with the value acquired with that given in the
Technical Specification Table under ‘Gas consumption’. Tolerance of ±5%
from nominal value is permitted.
TIPI DI GAS
GAS METANO G20
G.P.L. G30/31
PRESSIONE IN mbar.
NOM
MIN
MAX
20
18
25
28-30/37 25/25 35/45
The
appliance
must
be supplied with one of
the types of gas whose
properties and pressure
are set out in table 2.
Table. 2
Connect the appliance to a special gas pipe with an internal diameter of
at least 16 mm for G1/2” connections and a diameter of at least 20 mm
for G3/4” connections. The pipe may be fixed or flexible and the coupling
can be in metal. Make sure that the flexible metal connection pipe to the
gas fitting does not touch overheated parts and that it cannot be twisted.
Use fixing straps that are in compliance with the installation regulations.
Envision cocks or drain valves with an internal diameter no smaller than
the coupling pipe mentioned above. After connecting the pipe, make sure
that the joints and couplings have no leaks. To do this, use soapy water or
specific foamy product to identify the leaks.
NEVER USE NAKED FLAMES!
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Checking Gas Pressure:
Gas supply pressure must be
measured at the pressure point
(Fig. 6) after the sealing screw
has been removed.
Fig. 6
Use a flexible pipe, connect a
gauge to the pressure point (e.g. a liquid manometer with minimum
resolution of 0.1 mbar) and measure the inlet pressure whilst the
appliance is operating.
If the pressure reading does not fall within the upper and lower limits
indicated on the table, the appliance cannot be installed definitively.
Switch off the appliance, disconnect the gauge, close the seal screw
and insert the washer, contact the gas company to test main gas supply
pressure. Regarding this, a pressure adjuster may have to be inserted
upstream from the appliance.
1.7 Connecting To A Different Type Of Gas
If the appliance must be connected to a different type of gas than that
for which it has been prepared, the nozzles must be replaced.
Proceed as follows:
Replacing The Main Burner Nozzle:
• Raise the grids positioned over the cooker top, lift the black,
enamelled covers and the burner-caps in a way to see the nozzles
activated centrally to the cups.
• Unscrew the nozzles and replace them with those of the corresponding
pre-selected gas, according to that stated on the technical plate.
The nozzles are marked in hundredths of a millimetre.
When conversion or adaptation has been completed for every type of
gas, it is MANDATORY to affix the corresponding plate above the technical
plate, which is provided along with the nozzles.
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Adjustment of the Minimum:
Remove the knob and front panel.
For adjustment of the minimum, it is necessary
to intervene on the screw (Fig. 7 ref.1): by
unscrewing, the flame increases and by retightening the flame decreases.
Fig. 7
Foe LPG, turn the minimum flame fully home. It is however always
necessary to control that, in the minimum position, the flame is stable
over the entire surface of the burner and during the passage from
minimum to maximum it does not go out or the nozzle catches fire.
Once the operations for the conversions of the gas type have been
completed, check the parts removed are sealed using the bubble test or
foamy substance indicated. It is prohibited to use naked flames to check
for the presence of gas leaks.
Before delivering the appliance to the user, it is necessary to:
• check that it functions correctly;
• inform the user of the user instructions.
2. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
2.1. Commissioning
The appliance must be used only for the purpose for which it was
designed. Any other use is improper.
Before putting the appliance into operation for the first time, it is
necessary to remove all the packaging material and to thoroughly clean
the grill from industrial grease as follows:
• check that no objects around the appliance could impede the flow
of air necessary for combustion and that the room is sufficiently
ventilated.
• Check the efficiency of the devices that evacuate cooking fumes
We recommend using protective gloves to operate the equipment.
The dashboard appears as in Fig . 8 .
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Fig. 8
Ring knobs
Temperature
Knob Oven
Oven
Cooking
Selector Knob
2.2. Setting
The burner cock command knobs have 4 positions for use (Fig. 8):
Off
Pilot
Large flame
Small flame
Fig. 9
Turning on the burner pilot flame
Press on the knob and turn it anti-clockwise to the “pilot” position (Fig. 9).
Hold the knob down and, at the same time, bring a match near the
burner.
After the pilot light has been lit, hold the knob down for about 20/30
seconds in order to heat up the thermocoupling. After the 20/30 seconds
has passed, release the knob. Turn the knob anti-clockwise again and
position the knob at the “large flame” symbol (Fig. 9) for maximum
power or at the “small flame” for minimum power.
Power Off:
•
Main burner: turn the knob clockwise positioning it at “pilot”;
the main burner switches off and only the pilot flame remains on.
•
Total: to turn off the pilot flame and the main burner, turn the
knob to the “off”position.
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3. USE OF THE ELECTRIC OVEN
3.1. First oven ignition
First ignition must be performed with the empty oven. Set the thermostat
to maximum by turning the selector to the multiple fan cooking symbol.
Heat for approximately 60 minutes; during this operation, ventilate the
room.
In the first few minutes of operation, the oven may emit smoke and
unpleasant odours.
This is due to thermal heating and to the greases used during operation.
When this cycle is completed, allow the appliance to cool and thoroughly
clean the inside with warm water and mild detergent.
During use the appliance becomes very hot. Avoid touching the heating
elements inside the oven
3.2. Cooking
All cooking must be performed with the door closed. To remove food
from the oven use protective gloves. Containers used must be able
to withstand temperatures greater than
250°C.
Pay attention to condiments containing oils
or fat, especially if placed on the bottom of
the oven as, if brought to high temperatures,
they could ignite.
The lateral grooves inside the oven Fig. 10
offer the possibility of adjusting the height of
the grill thus allowing a higher temperature
on the upper and lower areas of the food
depending on the position chosen.
Fig.10
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3.3. Selector command knobs
The electric oven has 2 selector command knobs:
• the selector knob: it allows you to choose the heating type most
suitable to the needs of cooking;
• the thermostat knob: it allows you to select the desired
temperature. The thermostat, once reached the set temperature,
will keep it constant during the cooking time.
3.4. Oven selector knob symbology
Traditional cooking
This involves simultaneous
operation of both the upper and
lower heating elements. It allows
the cooking of any type of dish. It
is ideal for baking cakes, pizzas,
roasts and baked dishes. If
cooking requires more heat from
above or below, adjust the height
of the grill.
Final cooking/heating
Use of the one lower heating element
gives a final touch to cooking and is
very useful for heating up food. It is
intended to complete the baking of
biscuits, tarts and pies.
Browning
This is obtained with use of the
upper heating element to brown
the surface of oven-cooked food.
Excellent results are obtained from
cooking lasagne, baked pasta or
vegetables.
Traditional grill
Use of the one central upper heating
element offers excellent results when
cooking medium/low thickness meat.
Ideal for toasting bread.
Intensive cooking
Fan operation combined with
traditional cooking ensures
uniform, fast cooking including
for delicate preparations such as
biscuits and pastries.
Fan assisted grill
The combined action of the grill and
fan ensures well distributed cooking.
Thick meat and especially dense
or layered dishes can be grilled to
perfection.
Table 2
3.5. Safety thermostat
To avoid dangerous overheating due to incorrect use of the appliance
or to a defect of the components, the oven is equipped with a safety
thermostat that, in the actual case of abnormal operation, disconnects
the power supply.
Recovery of the thermostat, following lowering of the oven temperature,
is automatic. Therefore in case of intervention of the thermostat due
to incorrect use of the oven, to reuse it simply wait for cooling of the
oven and remove the cause; otherwise, if the intervention is due to a
component failure, it will be necessary to arrange for technical assistance.
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3.6. Indicator lights
Refer to Fig 8.
The green one, on the top, indicates the mass of under ‘ device voltage,
the second , orange bottom, indicates that the thermostat is in function
between and switches on and off depending on whether the oven is in
temperature or less.
4. USING THE GAS OVEN
4.1. First oven ignition
Attention!
Mount the oven burner respecting the reference notches on the burner
itself and on the cup (Fig. 11).
First ignition must be performed with the oven empty.
In the first minutes of
functioning, the oven may
emit smoke and unpleasant
odours; this is due to
heating and the greases
used during manufacture.
Fig. 11
Heat for approximately 60
minutes; during this operation, ventilate the room.
On conclusion of this cycle, leave to cool and clean the inside thoroughly
using hot water and neutral detergent and then rinse well and dry using
a soft cloth.
POWER ON
Open the oven door, check that the burner is in its seat, approach the
flame to the hole 1(Fig. 12) in the radiating disk. Press the oven knob
fully home turning it anti-clockwise until the maximum temperature
position is reached. Release the knob after 5 seconds.
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If the burner should not remain ignited, hold the knob down for
longer, thus allowing the safety valve to heat up.
The oven door must remain open until the burner has ignited. To do
this, check the presence of a flame through the said hole 1 (Fig. 12).
When the burner has ignited, close the oven door slowly to prevent the
flame going out and take the knob to the desired temperature.
OVEN ELECTRICAL SWITCH-ON (where envisioned)
If the oven has electric switch-on, it is essential to open the door
completely, press the knob relative to the oven thermostat and turn it
anti-clockwise and release it when the burner has ignited. Close the door
again slowly.
Attention! If the door is not completely open, power on will not function.
Once the temperature set has been set, the thermostat will automatically
take the burner to minimum, in a way to maintain the temperature inside
the oven constant.
If the flame is switched off accidentally during use, the safety valve
blocks the supply of gas after approx. 40 seconds.
Attention!
As envisioned by the regulations, a device prevents the simultaneous use of the oven gas burner and the electric resistor of
the grill.
2
Description:
1 - Oven power on hole (manual)
2 - Smoke deflectors for use of the
grill
Fig. 12
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1
1
OPERATION
All cooking must be performed with the door closed.
To remove food from the oven use protective gloves.
Cooking containers used must be able to withstand temperatures higher
than 250°C.
Pay attention to condiments containing oils or fats, especially if deposited on
the bottom of the oven as, if taken to high temperatures, they could ignite.
SPIT ROAST
If spit roasting is to be performed, the grip must be removed (Fig. 12);
introduce the frame and the skewer into the oven, paying attention to
introduce the point correctly into the seat of the spit roast motor. Position
the deflector to protect the knobs (Fig. 12 Ref. 2) and perform cooking
leaving the door open in the first position.
This type of cooking is not adjusted by the thermostat, therefore it must
be controlled carefully by the user, paying attention since the accessible
parts can become hot with the use of the grill. Keep away from children.
Attention!
The burners must not be used without the presence of the grills and,
during operation, in order not to cause serious damage to the burners,
it is essential not to use additional burner-caps above those already
installed in the appliance.
KNOBS SYMBOLS
Selector knob
ac Oven
censione
lampada
forno
light
switch-on
Accensione
resistenza
e lampada
Grill resistor
andgrill
oven
light
forno
switch-on
Grill resistor, rotisserie
Accensione
resistenza
grill, motore gimotor and
oven light
rarrosto e lampada forno
switch-on
Fig. 13
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Thermostat knob
Used to power the oven and allow to select the desired temperature for
cooking.
INDICATOR LIGHTS
The appliances have 2 indicator lights (Fig. 8).
The first, green at the top, indicates that the appliance is powered and
live, the second, orange at the bottom, indicates that the thermostat is
operating and it switches on and off according to the whether the oven
is at temperature or not.
4.1 Safety Thermostat
All models with oven have a safety thermostat, which prevents
dangerous over-heating due to incorrect use of the appliance or a defect
in components. Thermostat reset is manual and must be performed by
a qualified technician.
4.2 Replacing the nozzles
to replace the nozzles, remove the grills, lift
the cover and remove the burner and burnercap.
Successively, unscrew and remove the nozzle
to be replaced, positioned as in fig.14 and 15.
Fig.14
Fig. 15
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Technical characteristics
Model
GAS Power
KW
Power KW
Weight
Burners
LPG4920
9.5
30
1x3.5kW-1.6kW
LPG4920D
6.5
20
1x3.5kW-1.6kW
LPG6940
19
28
2x3.5kW-2x6kW
LPG6940D
11
21
2x3.5kW-2x6kW
LPG694F
19
1.4
70
2x3.5kW-2x6kW-1x2.3kW
LPG694E
19
2.2
70
2x3.5kW-2x6kW-1x2.2kW (EL)
LPG696F
28.5
1.4
100
3x3.5kW-3x6kW-1x2.3kW
Table 4
Nozzles Table
G a s Pressure
Type
(mbar)
Burner 3.5
kW
Burner
6 kw
Nozzle
Aerator opening
(mm)
G20
20
140
6
G31
28-30/37
92
8
G31
50
80
8
G20
20
185
4
G31
28-30/37
120
15
G31
50
105
15
Table 5
OVEN Nozzles Table
Gas Type
G30
G30
G20
G25
Pressure (mbar)
29
50
20
25
Nozzle
80
70
109
114
Table 6
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5. MAINTENANCE and CLEANING
Disconnect the appliance from the electric power supply before
performing any cleaning or maintenance intervention.
At the end of the working day, clean the appliance, both for reasons of
hygiene and to prevent operating faults.
The appliance must never be cleaned with direct or high pressure jets of
water. Moreover, the appliance should not be cleaned with wire sponges,
ordinary steel brushes or scrapers; eventually, you can use stainless
steel wool, wiping the appliance in the direction of sheet metal grain.
Wait for the cooking chamber to cool down.
Clean the debris that can be removed manually and put the removable
parts in the dishwasher.
To clean the cooking chamber use warm soapy water. Subsequently, all
concerned surfaces must be rinsed thoroughly and make sure you have
removed any detergent residue.
To clean the outer parts of the oven, use a damp cloth and a mild
detergent.
5.1. Internal cleaning
Clean the enamelled parts with warm water and detergent using a soft
sponge. Do not use steel wool or abrasive cleaners as these may damage
the enamel. Rinse and dry well with a soft cloth.
If after cooking food particles remain, it is advisable to clean the oven
to prevent burning with subsequent cooking, making the oven harder to
clean.
5.2. Oven light replacement
Ensure the appliance is switched off and
the machine is unplugged before replacing
the light to avoid the possibility of electric
shock.
Loosen the protective glass Fig. 16.
Remove the bulb by unscrewing it and
replace it with a new one of the same
characteristics. Tighten the protective
glass.
Fig.16
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Light characteristics
Power supply
230V
Power
15W
Connection type
E 14
Heat resistance
300°C
5.3. Door cooling kit
There is an additional protection device to lower the temperature of the oven
door. This part must be fitted where the oven may be accessible to young children.
Application of the device will be carried out by qualified personnel. When
ordering, indicate the item and the serial number of the equipment that
you will find in the warranty certificate. It can be requested from the
nearest service centre.
5.4. Cleaning of the oven door
For thorough cleaning inside the glass door, it
is advisable to remove the inner glass Fig. 17;
Completely open the door and remove the two
screws that hold the inner glass. Clean both the glass
elements using only warm water and a soft cloth.
With cleaning completed, reassemble the
components.
5.5. Knobs
Fig.17
The hob burner knobs should only be removed if absolutely necessary
and not merely for cleaning; in any case, the operation must be performed
very carefully, taking care to replace the knobs themselves properly in
their original places in order to avoid possible malfunctions.
5.6. Electrical repair work
Before contacting the Technical Service Centre, check that:
• The plug is correctly inserted into the socket.
• The main switch of the residence is on.
After these controls, if necessary, arrange for repairs to be carried out
by qualified personnel, consulting the list of Technical Service Centres.
Attention! In case of damage to power cables, it will not be
possible to use the appliance.
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Before carrying out any dismantling operation, disconnect the
mains plug from the wall socket.
REPLACING THE POWER CORD
The power cord must be in H05RR-F, of a section 3 3 x 1mm² (see data
plate); it must be replaced as follows:
• open the terminal board Fig. 18;
• Insert the wires into their respective terminals:
N - L - Earth;
• Secure the cable with appropriate cable clamps;
Fig.18
• Close the terminal board again by exerting pressure
on the lid until it locks, or close it again with the screw, depending
on the model.
6. TROUBLESHOOTING
The lights do not come on
Check correct connection to the mains. Check the
correct setting of the knobs for cooking. Check the
circuit breaker of the electric system. If the fault
persists, contact a Service Centre.
The thermostat light does not
come on
Rotate the selector knob, positioning it on a function. Rotate the thermostat knob, positioning it on a
temperature. If the fault persists, contact a Service
Centre.
The light inside the oven does not
work
Check that the power cable is connected to the
mains. Replace the oven light with one of the same
characteristics, following the instructions in the
paragraph "Cleaning and maintenance". If the fault
persists, contact a Service Centre.
Presence of moisture inside the
oven.
Do not leave food inside the oven after cooking.
Presence of moisture inside the
oven.
during cooking.
Increase the temperature during
cooking by 15/20°C.
Smoke is coming out of the oven
Check that the sides and the bottom of the oven
are clean. Any deposits of food could creates
smoke and odours. Cleaning
must be performed after each cooking. If the fault
persists, contact a Service Centre.
Check that the temperature set is suitable for the
Cooking times are excessively long characteristics of the product to be cooked. If the
fault persists, contact a Service Centre.
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7. DISPOSAL OF THE APPLIANCE
At the end of its life span, the appliance must be disposed of in accordance with legal obligations.
The symbol in Fig. 19 specifies that, at the end of its
life span, the appliance must be disposed of according
to the indications of the European Parliament Directive
2012/19/EU dated 04/06/2012.
Fig. 19
Information regarding disposal in nations of the European Union
The European Community Directive regarding WEEE equipment has
been implemented differently by each nation, therefore if his appliance
is to be disposed of, we suggest you contact the local authorities or the
dealer to find out the correct method of disposal.
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THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES DUE
TO IMPROPER INSTALLATION, TAMPERING WITH THE APPLIANCE, MISUSE,
IMPROPER MAINTENANCE, FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH APPLICABLE STANDARDS
AND INTENDED USE�
THE MANUFACTURER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE
PRODUCT AT ANY TIME IT DEEMS NECESSARY OR USEFUL�
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