By Eurolec
Our Warranty
Should you need it . . . .
Inside the paperwork which has come with this appliance,
there is a leaflet and card explaining the terms of our
extended warranty and guarantee.
In order to apply for our five year guarantee, simply fill in
the details on the card and post it off, this will register your
appliance.
Should you wish to take out extended warranty, please fill
in the details on the leaflet and post this off to:
PO Box 33, Springwood, Queensland,4127
If your appliance is covered by the warranty and guarantee, you will not be billed for work undertaken should your
appliance be faulty, terms and conditions do apply, so
please read through the literature carefully.
Please ensure that you have available your appliances
model number and serial number, there is a space at the
back of this book for recording that information.
CONTENTS
User’s Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Be Safe - Not Sorry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Using the Grill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Using the Top Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Using the Ovens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Using the Main Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Programmer / Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Micro-computer Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Fault Finding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Customer Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else
who may use the appliance.
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Your Appliance
900GR fascia detail
Grill function
Timer display
Top oven
function
Main oven
function
Timer buttons
Temperature selectors
900GR oven detail
For fascia detail
- see above
Grill / Top Oven
door handle
Grill / Top Oven
glass door
Main Oven
door handle
Main Oven
glass door
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing this
Stoves by Eurolec appliance.
Your first year guarantee
To fulfil the conditions of your guarantee,
this appliance must be correctly
installed and operated, in accordance
with these instructions, and only be
used for normal domestic purposes.
We hope the following information
will help you to familiarise yourself
with the features of the appliance, and
to use it successfully and safely.
Our policy is one of constant
development and improvement. Strict
accuracy of illustrations and specifications
is not guaranteed. Modification to
design and materials may be necessary
subsequent to publication.
Before using the appliance for
the first time, remove any protective
polythene film and wash the oven
shelves and furniture in hot soapy water
to remove their protective covering of
oil. Even so, when you first switch on
the oven or grill, you may notice a
smell or some smoke.
This appliance must be installed in
accordance with the regulations in
force, and only in a well ventilated
space. Read the instructions before
using or installing this appliance.
To replace an oven light bulb
Switch off the electricity supply to the
appliance at the socket, to avoid the
risk of electric shock.
The 900GR is designed to fit into a
standard 600mm wide housing unit
with a minimum internal height of
880mm, and clear depth of 550mm.
Wait until the oven is cool then remove
the oven shelves.
The lens cover on the light can be
removed by grasping the lens cover
and pulling away from the side of the
oven. Unscrew the bulb.
Please note that the oven light bulbs
are not covered by guarantee.
Replacement bulbs can be bought
from most hardware stores.
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INTRODUCTION
Gas & Electrical connection
Condensation
Please refer to installation instructions
for the Gas & Electrical Safety Regulations
and the Ventilation Requirements.
When hot and cold air meet,
condensation forms. The outer door is
air cooled and the inner door gets hot,
so some condensation might form; this
is normal and will disappear within
10 - 15 minutes.
In your own interest, and that of safety,
it is the law that all gas appliances be
installed by competent persons, who
will ensure that the installation is in
accordance with “The Gas Safety
(Installation & Use) Regulations“, & the
“The Gas Safety (Installation & Use)
(Amendment) Regulations”. Failure to
comply with these Regulations is a
criminal offence.
During operation, a metallic click may
be heard occasionally. This is caused
by the gas valve operating and is
quite normal.
Ventilation
Corgi registered installers undertake to
work to satisfactory standards.
The use of a gas cooking appliance
results in the production of heat and
moisture in the room in which it is
installed. Ensure that the kitchen is well
ventilated; keep natural ventilation holes
open or install a mechanical ventilation
device (mechanical extractor hood).
Disconnection of gas and electric
appliances should always be carried
out by competent persons.
Warning: This appliance must be
earthed.
In the event of a power cut
Prolonged intensive use of the
appliance may call for additional
ventilation, for example opening of a
window, or more effective ventilation,
for example increasing the level of
mechanical ventilation where present.
This appliance is not connected to a
products evacuation device.
1. Switch off the electricity to the
appliance at the socket.
2. When the power returns, see the
‘Programmer / Clock’ section to
‘Set the time of day’.
Note: operating the control knobs
It should be installed and connected in
accordance with current installation
regulations. Particular attention should
be given to the relevant requirements
regarding ventilation.
You may find that the control knobs on your
new appliance operate or p e r f o r m
d i f f e r e n t l y to those you are used to.
The controls are part of the unique electronic
operating system of the appliance and are
designed to be extremely responsive and
easy to turn.
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INTRODUCTION
Glass door panels
Cooling fan
To meet the relevant Standards of
Domestic cooking appliances, all the
glass panels on this appliance are
toughened to meet the fragmentation
requirements of BS3193. This ensures
that, in the unlikely event that a panel
breaks, it does so into small fragments
to minimise the risk of injury.
When you switch on the ovens or grill
you will hear the cooling fan start.
This fan provides air for the burners
and keeps the exterior of the
appliance cool during cooking, the
appliance will not operate unless the
fan is operating.
If the fan malfunctions the appliance
will require servicing. The fan may
continue to operate to cool the
appliance for a few minutes after the
last control has been switched off.
Please take care when handling, using
or cleaning all glass panels as any
damage to the surfaces or edges may
result in the glass breaking without
warning or apparent cause at a later
date. Should any glass panel be
damaged, we strongly recommend
that it is replaced immediately.
Warning: Do not use the oven(s) if
the fan is not working.
Environmental Protection
The ready lights are located in the
control knob windows, below the
indicator dial.
We are committed to protecting the
environment
and
operate
an
Environmental Management System
which complies with current regulations:
When the appliance is switched on,
the red lights will come on.
Disposal of packaging
Ready lights
A steady green light indicates when
the selected oven or grill has reached
a suitable temperature.
•
All our packaging materials are
recyclable and environmentally
friendly.
If the lights are flashing, refer to
“Micro-computer Operation” section.
•
Please help us to protect our
environment by disposing of all
packaging in an environmentally
friendly manner.
•
Please contact your local authority
for the nearest recycling centre.
Caution: Packaging materials can
pose a risk of suffocation - keep away
from children.
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BE SAFE - NOT SORRY
When you are cooking, keep
children away from the vicinity
of the appliance.
This product is designed as a domestic
cooking appliance for the preparation
and cooking of domestic food
products, and should not be used for
any other purpose.
•
Do not use foil on oven shelves, or
allow it to block the oven flue, as
this creates a fire hazard, and
prevents heat circulation.
•
Drop-down doors: Do not place
items on the door when open.
•
Do not use the oven with the door
inner glass panel removed.
•
Use oven gloves when removing
hot food / dishes from the oven or
grill. The oven / grill and utensils
will be very hot when in use.
•
Remove all packaging, protective
films and oils from the appliance
before using for the first time.
•
Make sure you read and understand the instructions before using
the appliance.
•
Keep electrical leads short so they
do not drape over the appliance
or the edge of the worktop.
When cooking heavy items, eg;
turkeys, do not pull the oven shelf
out with the item still on the shelf.
•
Switch off the electricity supply
before replacing the oven light bulb,
to avoid the risk of electric shock.
•
•
Keep all flammable materials (such
as curtains, furnishings & clothing)
away from the appliance.
•
Parts of the appliance may be hot
during or immediately after use.
Allow sufficient time for the appliance to cool after switching off.
•
Never use the appliance for
heating a room.
•
Do not drape tea towels over the flue
vents as this creates a fire hazard.
•
When opening the appliance
door, take care to avoid skin
contact with any steam which may
escape from the cooking.
•
Do not use aluminium foil to cover
the grill pan, or put items wrapped
in foil under the grill as this creates
a fire hazard.
Warning: This appliance must be
earthed.
All installation, servicing and
maintenance work should be carried
out by a competent person who will
comply with current Regulations,
Standards and Requirements.
When you have finished
cooking check that all controls
are in the off position.
As with all gas appliances, it is
recommended that your appliance is
serviced regularly.
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USING THE GRILL
Caution: Accessible parts may
be hot when the grill is used.
Young children should be kept
away.
Using the Grill
Push the grill pan towards the back
and centre of the shelf to position it
under the grill. Variation in grilling
performance can be achieved by
selecting a higher or lower shelf position.
Grill ignition
Open the grill door. Turn the Top
Oven / Grill control knob clockwise to
the grill setting.
Always use the top shelf position for
fast cooking, toasting and grilling
foods such as bacon, sausages or
steaks.
The grill door must be fully open when
the grill is used. If the door is closed
the grill burner will go out. The grill
will re-light when the door is opened
again.
For thicker foods such as chops or
chicken joint pieces use a middle to
low shelf position.
There is a short delay before ignition
whilst the cooling fan speeds up - this
may be for several seconds.
The grill trivet, inside the grill pan, can
also be inverted to give a high or low
position, or it may be removed.
To switch off, return the control knob to
the “off” position.
When you have finished
grilling, check that the control
knob is in the off position.
Note that the grill will not function
when the appliance is set for
automatic cooking.
Position the grill pan centrally on the
oven shelf.
Caution:
Never cover the grill pan or trivet
with cooking foil or allow fat to build
up in the grill pan, as this creates a
fire hazard.
Preheating
For best cooked results, the grill should
be preheated until the green ready
light appears (about 3 minutes).
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USING THE GRILL
Detachable grill pan handle
grid
grill pan
handle handle position
indicators
Place the handle over the edge of the
grill pan, at the narrow side edges.
Slide the handle to the centre, and
locate between the handle position
indicators.
The handle should be removed from
the pan during grilling, to prevent
overheating.
The handle is designed for removing /
inserting the grill pan under the grill
when grilling.
If cleaning the grill pan when it is hot,
use oven gloves to move it. Do not use
the handle to pour hot fats from the
grill pan.
Food for grilling should be positioned
centrally on the trivet.
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USING THE TOP OVEN
When you are cooking keep
children away from the vicinity
of the oven.
Notes:
The top oven can be used generally,
in the same way as the main oven,
to cook the full range of dishes, but it
is a SECONDARY oven and there are
some differences.
As part of the cooking process, hot air
is expelled through a vent at the top of
the oven(s). When opening the oven
door, care should be taken to avoid
any possible contact with potentially hot
air, since this may cause discomfort to
people with sensitive skin. We recommend
that you hold the underneath of the
oven door handle.
Top oven ignition
Warning: Do not use the oven(s) if
the fan is not working.
Turn the Top Oven / Grill control knob
anticlockwise to the required gas
mark.
There is a short delay before ignition
(up to 10 seconds) as the cooling fan
builds up pressure.
The top oven burner will not come on
unless the oven door is closed.
To turn off, return the control knob to
the “off” position. Please ensure that
the oven is fully switched off when not
in use.
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USING THE MAIN OVEN
When you are cooking keep
children away from the vicinity
of the oven.
Main oven ignition
Manual operation
To turn off, return the control knob to
the “off” position. Please ensure that
the oven is fully switched off when not
in use.
Turn the control knob anticlockwise to
the required gas mark.
The oven cannot be used manually
when the programmer is set for
automatic cooking. If auto is showing
on the programmer display, press the
cook time and ready time buttons
simultaneously to cancel the automatic
setting and return to manual operation.
Automatic operation
See ‘Programmer / Clock’ section.
We recommend that 15 minutes is
added to the cooking time when using
the automatic cooking facility, to allow
for preheating.
Turn the control knob anticlockwise to
the required gas mark setting.
There is a short delay before ignition
whilst the cooling fan starts and runs
up to speed. The ignition unit will
spark for approximately four seconds
to light the burner; if ignition does not
occur, the computer will close the gas
valve for 12 seconds to allow any
unburnt gas to disperse, before
attempting ignition again.
This
sequence will occur automatically a
further 4 times only. The green lamp
will flash if ignition does not occur
within 4 attempts. The computer may
be reset if ignition has not occurred,
by turning the control off then on
again to the required setting.
Oven light
All oven lamps will light when an oven
is in use.
Notes:
As part of the cooking process, hot air
is expelled through a vent at the top of
the oven(s). When opening the oven
door, care should be taken to avoid
any possible contact with potentially hot
air, since this may cause discomfort to
people with sensitive skin. We recommend
that you hold the underneath of the
oven door handle.
The oven cannot be used manually
when the programmer is set for
automatic cooking; if A (AUTO) is
showing on the programmer display,
press the
cook time and
ready
time buttons simultaneously to cancel
the automatic setting.
Warning: Do not use the oven(s) if
the fan is not working.
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USING THE OVENS
Oven furniture
Oven shelves
The oven shelf must be positioned with
the upstand at the rear of the oven and
facing upwards.
Position baking trays and roasting tins
on the middle of the shelves, and leave
one clear shelf position between
shelves, to allow for circulation of heat.
Baking tray and roasting tins
For best cooked results and even
browning, the maximum size baking
trays and roasting tins that should be
used are as follows;
Baking tray
350mm x 280mm
This size of baking tray will hold up to
16 small cakes.
Roasting tin
370mm x 320mm
We recommend that you use good
quality cookware. Poor quality trays
and tins may warp when heated,
leading to uneven baking results.
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Programmer / Clock
The Programmer Buttons
minute minder
cook time
ready time
minus
plus
Manual operation
To set the “Time of Day”
To set the programmer to manual
operation at any time (cancelling any
automatic setting), press the cook time and
ready time buttons simultaneously. The
programmer must be set to manual before
the appliance can be used manually.
Setting the minute minder
Press the cook time and ready time
buttons simultaneously, and keep the
buttons depressed. Use the plus and
minus buttons to set the time of day,
eg; 12.00.
A (Auto) symbol goes out, cookpot
symbol comes on.
Press the minute minder button, then
use the plus and minus buttons to set
the required time.
To select an alarm tone
The minute minder (bell) symbol will
appear on the display.
You can cancel the minute minder at
any time by pressing the minute
minder button and the minus button
until the display returns to 0.00.
Press the minus button to listen to the
first tone.
Release the minus button and press it
again to listen to the second tone, etc.
After setting, the display will revert to
show the time of day, but you can press
the minute minder button, and the
display will show the minutes remaining.
Releasing the minus button after the
tone has sounded will automatically
select that tone.
The tone will sound at the end of the
time set - to cancel the tone, press the
minute minder button.
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Programmer / Clock
Semi-automatic cooking (example)
1. A (Auto) symbol appears.
You have started cooking a meal or
dish in the oven, and want to set the
time for the oven to switch off.
A
U
T
O
Press the cook time button, then use the
plus and minus buttons to set the
display to show the length of cooking
time required, eg; 2 hours as shown (1).
2.
After setting, the display will revert to
show the time of day, but you can
press the cook time button and the
display will show how much cooking
time still remains on the clock.
A
U
T
O
Press the ready time button, and the
display will show the actual time the
oven is going to switch off, eg; 18.00
as shown (2).
3. A (Auto) symbol will flash.
At the end of the cooking time, the
alarm will sound, and the oven will
automatically switch off.
A
U
T
O
To switch off the alarm, press the
minute minder button (3).
When the oven has switched off,
return the oven control knob to
the “off” position, and press the
cook time and ready time buttons to
return to manual operation (4).
4. A (Auto) symbol goes out.
If you wish to cancel the automatic
setting, or to cancel any remaining
cooking time left on the clock before
the alarm sounds, press the cook time
and ready time buttons simultaneously.
(4).
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Programmer / Clock
5. A (Auto) symbol appears.
Fully automatic cooking (example)
For use when a delayed start time is
required.
A
U
T
O
You want to set the length of cooking
time, and the time for the oven to switch
off. The programmer will automatically
calculate the cooking start time.
Turn the oven control to the
required temperature.
6. The
cookpot
symbol
disappear from display.
(Oven will begin normal cooking
mode.)
Press the cook time button, then use the
plus and minus buttons to set the
display to show the length of cooking
time required, eg; 2 hours as shown (5).
will
A
U
T
O
Press the ready time button, and the
present ready time will be displayed.
Using the plus and minus buttons you
can set the display to show the actual
time you want the oven to switch off,
eg; 18.00 hours (6.00 pm) (6).
7. The cookpot symbol will appear
on display.
The display will revert to show time of day.
The oven will automatically switch on
at the calculated start time of 16.00
hours (4.00 pm) (7).
A
U
T
O
A single press of the cook time button
shows the cooking time remaining
before the oven automatically switches
off (8).
8.
A
U
T
O
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Programmer / Clock
9. A (Auto) symbol will flash.
The oven will automatically switch off
at 18.00 hours (6.00 pm) and the
alarm will sound (9).
A
U
T
O
10.
To switch off the alarm press the
minute minder button (10).
A
U
T
O
When the oven has switched off,
return the oven control knob to the
“off” position, and press the cook time
and ready time buttons simultaneously
(11).
11. A (Auto) symbol goes out.
If you wish to cancel the automatic
setting before cooking has started,
and return to manual operation, press
the cook time and ready time buttons
simultaneously (11).
To cancel any remaining cooking time
left on the clock before the alarm
sounds, press the cook time and ready
time buttons simultaneously (11).
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Automatic cooking - hints
Automatic cooking
Do not
• Never place warm food in the
oven for delayed cooking - eg;
stews prepared by frying meat first
must be thoroughly cooled before
placing in the oven.
These notes below are to help you with
using the automatic cooking facility.
Please make sure that you read them
carefully before you start using the
automatic functions.
•
Do not cook dishes containing left
over cooked meat or poultry, or
pastry
dishes with wet fillings,
as they are not suitable for automatic cooking.
•
Do not put food items intended for
delayed cooking into a warm oven
- allow the oven to cool before setting for delayed cooking.
•
Do not over-fill dishes containing
liquids, as they might boil over.
•
Never leave food in the oven to
cool slowly after cooking, serve
immediately or refrigerate.
Do
•
Familiarise yourself with the use of
the programmer.
•
Select foods which are as fresh as
possible, and as cold as possible ie;
preferably straight from the
refrigerator.
•
Choose foods which are suitable
for cooking from a cold start, as
some dishes will be affected by
being left uncooked, at room temperature, perhaps for
several
hours, especially when the weather is hot.
•
Make sure that meat, poultry and
uncooked food are thoroughly
thawed before placing them in the
oven.
•
Cover dishes with lids or foil, as
they may be left standing in the
oven for some time before cooking.
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CLEANING
Caution: Any cleaning agent
used incorrectly may damage
the appliance.
Always let the oven cool before
cleaning.
Some cooking operations generate a
considerable amount of grease. This,
combined with spillage, can become a
hazard if allowed to accumulate on
the appliance through lack of cleaning.
In extreme cases this may amount to
misuse of the appliance and could
invalidate your guarantee.
It is recommended that the appliance
is cleaned after open roasting.
Do not use caustic, corrosive or
abrasive cleaning products, products
containing bleach, coarse wire wool
or any hard implements, as they will
damage the surfaces.
Chrome plated parts
&
OVEN SHELVES
OVEN SHELF RUNNERS,
GRILL PAN TRIVET
Do not use abrasives or polishes. Use a
moist soap pad. These items may also
be cleaned in a dishwasher.
Note: Oven shelf runners can be
removed for cleaning. Grasp the
runners, and slide out of the hanging
holes as shown.
Pull out to clean
Enamel surfaces
All parts of the appliance can be
safely cleaned with a cloth wrung out
in hot soapy water.
OVEN CAVITIES, GRILL PAN
& ROASTING TINS
We recommend that the appliance is
cleaned after open roasting, and also
after roasting at temperatures higher
than gas mark 5. Use of a trivet in a
roasting tin when roasting will help
reduce fat splashing.
Painted, plastic & metal finish parts
DOOR HANDLE, CONTROL KNOBS
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in
hot soapy water.
Caution: Most types of cleaning
agent will damage these surfaces.
Only use a few drops of washing up
liquid in hot water. Wipe the surfaces
with a clean cloth wrung out in hot soapy
water - if larger splashes of fat do not
readily disappear, scrub the area with
a nylon brush or nylon pan scourer
and hot soapy water. Rinse well and
heat the oven to dry the surfaces.
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CLEANING
Glass parts
FACIA PANEL
&
Important: if the inner door glass
panel is removed for cleaning, it must
be replaced the right way up as
shown, and pushed fully in to the
stop position.
DOOR PANELS
Use a mild cream cleaner. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth. Do
not use abrasive cleaners or polishes.
To remove the glass panel for cleaning,
open the door to the door stop position
(about 30˚ open), hold the top and
bottom edges of the panel and slide
out. Note that if the door is opened
fully when removing the inner door
glass panel, the door may spring shut.
slide in
this way up
Approx.
30˚
Door stop position
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CLEANING
Stainless Steel surfaces (stainless
steel finish models only)
FACIA PANEL, HANDLES, DOOR PANELS
Only use a clean cloth wrung out in hot
soapy water, and dry with a soft cloth.
Stubborn marks can be removed using
a stainless steel cleaner. We recommend that you clean the whole of the
stainless steel area to maintain a uniform finish. Supplies can be purchased
from the Customer Care Centre.
Do not use undiluted bleach or any
products containing chlorides as they
can permanently damage the steel.
Extra care should be taken when cooking
food in salted water. Some foods are
corrosive - eg; vinegar, fruit juices and
especially salt - they can mark or
damage stainless steel if they are left
on the surface. Turn off and wipe any
spillage immediately, taking care to
avoid skin contact with any hot surface
or spillage.
Sharp objects can mark the surface of
stainless steel, but marks will become
less noticeable with time.
To maintain the finish of the stainless
steel, or to remove any greasy marks,
wipe the stainless steel surface sparingly with a minimum amount of Baby
Oil and kitchen paper.
Do not use cooking oils, as these may
contain salt, which can damage the
stainless steel surface.
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MICRO-COMPUTER OPERATION
Lamp signal
Cause
Action
Steady green
Selected oven / grill
has reached required
temperature.
None - normal operation.
Green lamp & red indicator
dial of main oven cavity
flash.
Soft lockout.
Reset - turn control knob off / on.
Green lamp & red indicator
dial for both ovens flash
alternately left / right.
Hard lockout.
(possible interference)
Reset - turn off / on at mains. If
recurring, a service visit may be
required.
Green lamp & red indicator
dial for both ovens flash
together.
Fault on micro-computer
Service visit required.
If in doubt, isolate the appliance from the
gas and electrical supplies &
contact
Customer Care.
Electrical interference either from the mains
or other electrical equipment may cause
the micro-computer to indicate a fault when
non exists, chiefly when first turning on.
The 900GR double oven & grill unit uses a
built in micro-computer to control the oven
temperature. The computer also indicates
when the ovens are ready for use, and
oversees the gas supply, fan operation and
ignition sequence ensuring that these are
operating safely.
It may be necessary to reset the microcomputer (by turning the electricity supply
off at the mains plug) when first bringing
the appliance into operation.
Opening oven doors whilst the microcomputer is running through it’s checks
may cause it to lock out.
Should the micro-computer find any fault in
the systems under its control, it will either;
-
stop the ignition and gas valve
operation or;
-
if the cooker is already in use it will
shut down the operation until the fault
is rectified.
In the event of a power cut
1. Switch off the appliance at the socket.
2. When the power returns, see the
‘Programmer / Clock section to ‘Set the
time of day’.
In the event of the gas supply being
disconnected it may be necessary to
make several lighting attempts before gas
reaches the appliance.
The cooling fan will, however, continue to
run on for a while, and the oven lights
remain on.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Before you start: Please read the
instructions. Planning your installation will
save you time and effort.
For installation in countries other than the
UK, the appliance must be connected in
accordance with all local gas and electrical
regulations. In the Republic of Ireland,
Installers should refer to IS813 Domestic
Gas Appliances.
Prior to installation, ensure that the local
distribution conditions (nature of the gas and
gas pressure) and the adjustment of the
appliance are compatible. The adjustment
conditions are stated on the data badge.
Ventilation Requirements
Ventilation must be as specified by AG601
Installation code. The room conatining the
appliance should have an air supply.
An appliance should be installed in a location for complete combustion of gas, proper flueing and to maintin ambient temperature of the immediate surrounding at safe
limits, under normal conditions.
This appliance is not connected to a combustion
evacuation device. It shall be installed and
connected in accordance with current
installation regulation. Particular attention
shall be given to the relevant requirements
regarding ventilation.
In your own interest and that of safety, it is
the law that all gas appliances be installed
and serviced by competent persons.
CORGI registered installers undertake to
work to satisfactory standards.
LP Gas only - Do not install this appliance
in a room below ground level. This does
not preclude installation into rooms which
are basements with respect to one side of
the building, but open to ground level on
the opposite side.
Where regulations or standards have been
revised since this handbook was printed,
always use the latest edition.
In the Republic of Ireland, refer to relevant Irish
Standards for correct ventilation requirements.
In the UK the regulations and
standards are as follows:
1. Gas Safety Regulations (Installation
and Use).
2. Building Regulations - Issued by the
Department of the Environment.
3. Building
Standards
(Scotland)
(Consolidated) - Issued by the Scottish
Development Department.
4. The current I.E.E. Wiring Regulations.
5. Electricity at Work Regulations.
6. BS 6172 Installation of Domestic Gas
cooking Appliances
Also, for LP Gas, refer to BS 5482
Part 1, Part 2 or part 3 as relevant.
7. Installation & Servicing Instructions for
this appliance.
Failure to install appliances correctly is
dangerous and could lead to prosecution.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1: Prepare installation
When the false back is removed, it is
normally the case that the support shelf
for the appliance leaves a gap
between the back edge of the support
shelf and the rear wall of approximately 80mm.
Do not lift the appliance by the
door handle.
Remove the fixing screws from the
polythene bag on the top of the
appliance, but leave the appliance in
the base tray packaging until you are
ready to install it.
If no gap occurs between the back
edge of the shelf and the wall behind
the unit, you must create a gap of at
least 30mm by shortening the shelf
and any other shelf below the appliance.
Whilst every care is taken to eliminate
burrs and raw edges from this appliance,
please take care when handling - we
recommend the use of protective
gloves during installation.
Cut 12mm from the top of any plinth
that may be fitted (see diagram).
Important: Do not modify the outer
panels of this appliance in any way.
Please note that the weight of this
appliance is approximately 48kg
(unpacked). Take care when lifting it
into the housing unit - always use an
appropriate method of lifting.
Note: When removing the appliance
from the base tray packaging care
should be taken to ensure the appliance
is not damaged.
Rear wall
Sitting the appliance
If this appliance is to be installed near
to a corner where the adjacent
cabinets run at right angles forward of
the appliance, there must be a gap of
at least 90mm between the appliance
and the cabinets, to prevent overheating of the cabinets.
When installed in a typical 600mm
deep built in housing unit, the false
back should be removed from the
housing unit, to provide the necessary
depth for installation.
30 mm
air gap
12 mm
air gap
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The appliance is designed to fit into a standard 600 mm wide housing unit, with
minimum internal dimensions as shown.
min
560 mm
547 mm
100
mm
580
mm
17
mm
592
mm
Hose
assembly
569
mm
Gas valve
Gas pressure
regulator
30
0m
m
595
mm
200
mm
6 mm
550 mm
547 mm
17
mm
592
mm
min
560 mm
Union connection
Gas pressure
regulator
100
mm
Gas valve
30
569
mm
595
mm
0m
m
6 mm
550 mm
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200
mm
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Dimensions
The appliance is designed to fit into a
standard 600mm wide housing unit,
with minimum internal dimensions as
shown.
Note: All sizes are nominal, some
variation is to be expected.
min
560mm
54
7m
m
20
550mm
mm
86 min
80
9
03
mm
mm
88
mm5
min
mi
88n 89
0
0
mm mm
88
mm8
min
6m
m
59
5m
m
m
0m
55
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 3: Connect to the electricity
supply
As the colours of the wires in the mains
lead for the appliance may not
correspond with the coloured markings
identifying the terminals in your spur
box, proceed as follows:
This appliance must be connected by
a competent person, using fixed
wiring via a double pole switched
fused spur outlet, with a contact
separation of 3mm at all poles.
1. The wire which is coloured green
and yellow must be connected to
or
the terminal marked E (Earth)
coloured green.
We recommend that the appliance is
connected by a qualified electrician,
who will comply with the I.E.E. and
local regulations.
Warning:
earthed.
2. The wire which is coloured blue
must be connected to the terminal
marked N (Neutral) LOAD or
coloured Black.
This appliance must be
3. The wire which is coloured brown
must be connected to the terminal
marked L (Live) LOAD or coloured
Red.
The wires in the mains lead are
coloured in accordance with the
following code:
If the supply cord is damaged, obtain
a special cord from the Customer
Support Helpline, which must be fitted
by a qualified person.
Green & Yellow = earth,
Blue = neutral,
Brown = live.
Typical example of a double
pole fused spur outlet
Earth
Live
N SUPPLY L
LOAD
L
ON
FUSE
N LOAD
13
250
~
Neutral
Use a 3 amp fuse
Cable
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 3: Connect to the gas supply
5. Flexible connections should be
A.S. 1869, to at least class B.
Parts of the appliance likely to
come into contact with a flexible
connector have a temperature rise
less than 70˙C.
1. The inlet to the appliance is pipe
thread ISO RP 1⁄2” internal situated
at the rear top right corner.
2. Fit the bayonet connection to the
wall in the shaded area as shown.
6. Make sure all connections are gas
sound.
Important: - ensure that you route all
mains and electrical cables and
flexible tubing well clear of any
adjacent heat source, such as an oven
grill or hob.
60 mm
100
mm
Rear
Wall
150 mm
square
Ensure that all pipe work is of the
correct rating for both size and
temperature.
3. Fit the strainer (supplied with the
appliance) to the flexible hose inlet
as shown, making sure that it is
pushed fully into place.
4. Use a 900mm - 1125mm length of
flexible connector and make sure it
does not block the fan inlet and
cannot come into contact with
moving parts of the cabinetry - eg;
drawers and doors.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 4: Check edging strip
Step 5: Secure appliance into
housing unit
The edging strip is factory fitted to
the front side edges of the appliance
front frame. This strip provides the
cabinetry with extra protection from
any escape of heat.
Insert appliance into cabinet. Note:
The unit housing the appliance must be
appropriately fixed.
To secure the appliance to the housing
unit, open the grill / top oven door and
screw 2 screws through the top corner
holes in the front frame, ensuring that the
appliance is centrally located. Take care
not to damage the appliance or cabinet.
When installing the product, ensure
that the edging strip is correctly located
on the outer edges of the front frame,
before positioning and securing the
appliance to the cabinet.
seal
front frame
handle
door
When securing the appliance, the
fixing screws provided are driven
through the edging strips into the
cabinet - the seal will straighten up
and sit flush to the cabinet when the
screws are fully home.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 6: Commissioning
Ignition
Burner aeration
The automatic ignition will continue to
spark for a short time after the burner
flame has lit, until the flame is established.
All burners have fixed aeration and no
adjustment is possible.
Grill
1. The door must be open for the grill
burner to ignite.
Pressure setting
Natural Gas - 1 kPa
Butane - 2.75 kPa
Propane - 2.75 kPa
The pressure test point is on the
manifold inlet block.
2. Turn the Top Oven / Grill control
knob clockwise to the grill setting.
Do not push in.
3. Close the door and check that the
burner goes out. The grill burner will
re-ignite when the door is opened.
After setting gas pressure, re-tighten
the test point screw, taking care not to
over tighten. Ensure that test point
screw is gas sound, using a non-corrosive gas leak detecting fluid.
Top Oven
1. Close the oven door and turn the
control knob to the required setting,
the burner will ignite. Do not push in.
Programmer
Main Oven
The programmer must be set to
manual operation before the oven can
be used manually - see the
‘Programmer / Clock’ section.
1. Close the oven door and turn the
control knob to the required setting,
the burner will ignite. Do not push in.
Note: At new installations, it may be
necessary to make several attempts at
lighting before gas reaches the oven,
as only a small amount of gas is
allowed through at each lighting attempt.
Electrical Systems Check
In the event of an electrical fault, the
preliminary electrical system check
(earth continuity, short circuit, polarity
and resistance to earth) must be
carried out. There is also a Fault
Finding Section in this book.
Before leaving the installation
Show the customer how to ignite the
ovens and grill and give them this
book. Thank you.
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FAULT FINDING
Method of operation
Electrical faults
When the control knob is rotated from
the ‘OFF’ position, a microswitch
closes and allows the gas control
solenoids to be energised; the same
movement of the control rotates an
electrical potentiometer and lights a
red LED.
These may be either component failure
or wiring / connector faults. Should
any disconnections be made, it is
important that they be re-connected
exactly as before or the computer will
lock out; poor connections are the most
common fault. It is most important that
earth wires (green) are all connected
and earth screws tight.
The micro-computer on the main
control board uses the resistance set
at the potentiometer to determine the
user’s requirements - ie; oven or grill
and oven temperature asked for.
There are two forms of microcomputer lockout
The oven temperature is sensed by a
thermistor at the rear of the oven - the
computer compares the electrical
resistance of this with that set on the
potentiometer, and controls burner
accordingly.
Hard lockout (HLO); for instance, air
flow failure. This is indicated by the
green lamps and red indicator dials of
both ovens flashing alternately left /
right. The cooling fan may continue to
run for a while. Hard lockout can only
be cancelled by turning off the mains
electricity supply.
Other inputs to the micro-computer are
signalled by door switches, the timer /
programmer unit and an air flow
checking pressure switch.
Soft lockout (SLO), for instance, reignition failure, will cause the green
lamp and red indicator dial of the
main oven cavity to flash - the cooling
fan may run on, the oven fan will not
run on. To cancel soft lockout, turn off
the control knob.
The oven fan, cooling fan, and lamps
are operated at mains voltage, the
solenoid valves, and controls at 25V.
The igniter high voltage coils are
mounted on the main PCB.
Should the oven temperature not
reach 40˚C within approximately
four minutes, the micro-computer will
consider that a fault has occurred and
go to lockout.
Upon applying mains voltage, the
micro-computer makes a series of checks
of the air flow and flame detector
before allowing start up.
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FAULT FINDING
Typical faults assuming all wiring is correct
(ensure programmer is set to manual):
Symptom
Fault
HLO on switching On mains
Component fault on main PCB, incorrect wiring
HLO on turning On oven/grill
Fault on control board / potentiometer,
incorrect wiring, open circuit solenoid.
Oven start up, burner lights and
immediately goes out, ready light on
Short circuit thermistor assembly.
Note: at room temperature, thermistor
resistance is approximately 100 kΩ.
Oven fails to ignite (check that
electrode sparks correctly)
1. Incorrectly positioned or open circuit spark
electrode (note both grill and oven
electrodes must be connected).
2. Faulty solenoid valve.
3. Gas not at appliance.
4. Blocked injector jet.
Oven goes out before set
temperature is reached
1. Incorrectly adjusted spark electrode (low
flame current).
2. Low gas pressure.
3. Incorrectly positioned potentiometer.
4. If oven goes out after approximately 4
mins, this is due to a disconnected or open
circuit thermistor.
Oven fails to re-ignite after set
temperature is reached
1. Incorrectly set spark electrode.
2. Low Gas Pressure.
Oven fan fails to start
burner does not light
1. Open circuit in programmer.
2. Component failure on main board
3. Component failure at control board.
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FAULT FINDING
Symptom
Fault
Oven fan does not start
burner lights, oven lamp lights
Faulty fan or connections.
Oven fan does not start
lamps do not light
Component failure on main board.
Cooling fan fails to start
‘ON’ LED fails to light
cooling fan fails to start
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Temperature exceeds set level
Damaged or disconnected thermistor probe.
Oven goes to HLO after four / five minutes.
Appliance will not work, green lamp
& red indicator dial for both ovens
flash together
Faulty micro-computer.
Faulty fan.
Faulty programmer.
Faulty component on either board.
Faulty mains transformer.
Miss set or faulty potentiometer on control
board.
6. Faulty transformer or mains supply.
7. Faulty microswitch on control board.
Grill faults are generally similar to
those listed for the oven.
If the cooling fan starts and runs, the
electrodes should spark and the
solenoid valves can be heard to open.
If the spark electrodes are correctly
positioned and no spark occurs, there
may be an air detector pressure switch
fault, one faulty solenoid valve or no
gas supply.
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SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
Before servicing - disconnect the gas
and electric supplies.
After servicing - Check for gas soundness.
4. Oven Light bulb
a. Remove the oven shelves.
b. Grasp the back edge of the light cover
and pull forward.
c. Unscrew the bulb.
Note: The control system only allows gas
to flow when back panel is in place and
fully screwed home. Oven or grill should
only be operated with all panels in place.
5. Top and rear compartment
access
a. Remove the appliance from housing
unit (2).
b. Unscrew and remove top plate screws.
c. For rear compartment access, remove
top panel first.
1. Facia glass panel
a. Remove appliance from housing (2)
and remove the top & RH side panel.
b. Unplug the programmer connection.
c. Support the facia, remove the 2
securing screws (one each side).
6. Oven igniter electrode
a. Inside the oven - remove the fan cover.
b. It may be necessary to remove the
burner (7) to remove the screws
holding the igniter bracket.
2. Remove appliance from housing
a. Unscrew securing screws in the front
frame & slide the appliance forward.
b. Disconnect the gas and electricity
supplies is necessary.
c.
d.
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TH
IS
SI
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ID
SL IN
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ID
SL IN
UP
3. Door glass panel
a. Open the door and insert 2 screws
through the inner holes in the door
hinge arms (to stop the door from
springing up when you remove the
outer glass panel).
b. Slide out the inner glass panel.
Remove 2 plastic inner glass stops at
bottom of door extrusion.
The door foot can be withdrawn
completely from door extrusion.
Important: The inner glass panel
must be replaced the right way up as
shown (the reflective side faces
inwards) and also pushed fully into the
stop position.
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SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
7. Burner
a. It is easier to lift out the fan cover if you
first remove the oven shelf runners:
(i) Pull the bottom edge away from the
oven side.
(ii) Disengage the runners from the
hanging holes.
b. From the inside of the oven, unscrew
the 4 screws which secure the fan
cover to the back of the oven.
c. Remove 2 screws from electrode
bracket.
d. Remove rear service panel (5).
e. Prevent motor from rotating whilst
unscrewing burner from within oven.
Note: Left hand thread, turn clockwise to unscrew.
10. Door switch
a. Remove appliance from housing unit (2).
b. Remove top panel and RHS panel.
c. Unscrew the screws which secure the
door switch and its bracket to the oven
door frame.
11. Oven light fitting(s)
a. Remove appliance from housing unit (2).
b. Remove the top and side panels.
c. Remove the leads from the back of the
light fitting.
d. Squeeze in the metal retaining clips to
release the fitting from the oven side.
12. Grill burner
a. Remove appliance from housing unit (2).
b. Unscrew the top & rear panel securing
screws.
c. Remove the top & rear panels.
d. Unclip the grill injector holder.
e. Unscrew the grill assembly from the
side struts and lift out the complete
assembly.
8. Micro-computer
a. Gain access to the rear chamber (5)
and disconnect all wire connectors
from PCB.
b. Remove the PCB earthing screw found
near the spark transformer.
c. Ensure the distance tube around the
earthing screw is retained and
replaced when refitting the PCB.
d. The complete board can now be
removed by disconnecting the
insulating stand-offs.
Note: It is practically impossible to
exchange individual components from
the computer board. A complete new
board should be substituted.
9.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
13. Ceramic grill glass
a. Gain access to top compartment (5).
b. Remove the grill burner (12).
c. Lift up all the tabs which secure the
grill glass.
d. Replace the glass & bend the tabs
down.
14. Grill igniter electrode
a. Gain access to the top and rear
compartment (5).
b. Remove the grill burner assembly (12)
and unplug the connecting line at the
control board.
Cooling fan
Remove appliance from housing unit (2).
Gain access to rear compartment (5).
Disconnect the fan leads from the
terminal block.
Unscrew the 4 screws which secure
the fan mounting bracket.
Remove the 4 screws which secure the
fan to the mounting bracket.
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SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
15. Programmer / clock
a. Remove appliance from housing.
b. Remove top & facia panels (1).
c. The programmer is fixed to the facia
panel with high temperature double
sided adhesive tape.
17. Solenoid Block
a. Remove appliance from housing.
b. Remove top, rear and right side panels.
c. Disconnect the olive pipe connection
at the oven fan motor and unclip the
grill injector block.
d. Disconnect electric plug/socket.
e. Remove 4 screws from side of
appliance securing the block, & lift out
solenoid valve complete with pipes.
16. Door seal(s)
a. Pull off the old seal.
b. Slacken the screws in the stainless
steel flue cover at the front of the
oven/grill roof to ease insertion of the
seal.
c. Partly open the door to obtain best
access for the seal all around the
oven/grill.
d. Locate the middle of the new seal &
start to push it into place at the middle
of the bottom edge of the oven / grill
cavity.
e. Make sure the narrow gap goes to the
inside, & locates onto the oven cavity.
f. Do not stretch the seal.
g. Make sure the seal is fitted correctly as
shown, and cut to fit.
h. Re-tighten the screws in the flue cover.
18. Pressure Switch
a. Remove appliance from housing.
b. Remove top and rear panels.
c. The pressure switch can now be disconnected and the two securing
screws removed.
Note: Ensure that the pressure tubing
is pushed securely through the hole
when replacing.
flue
cover
narrow
gap
oven
cavity
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ISSUE A
STOVES 900 GR - AU
Wiring colour code: Bk - Black, Bn - Brown, Bu - Blue, Gn - Green, Or - Orange, R - Red, W - White,
F1 - Door Switch
A1 - Main oven fan
F2 - Pressure Switch
A2 - Top oven fan
G1 - HT Main oven
A3 - Cooling fan
G2 - HT Grill
B - Transformer
G3 - HT Top oven
C1 - Solenoids - grill H1 - Main Oven Microswitch
C2 - Solenoids - main oven
H2 - Top Oven/Grill Microswitch
C3 - Solenoids - top oven
K - Lamps
D - Earth screw
N - Programmer
E1 - Thermistor - main Poven
- Speed Control
E2 - Thermistor - top oven
Q - Resistor (Nat Gas 68 Ohms / LPG 100 Ohms)
H2
H1
1
1
3
3
2
2
T.O. / Gr.
M.O.
N
PCB Fascia
T.O. / Gr.
M.O.
Bk
Y
K
Gn
E2
A2
Gn
K
FIT LINK WIRE
HERE
Q
W
W
Bk
Bu
Or
Bk
Bk
Y
Or
C1 C2 C3
Gn
W
Bn
Or
Bk
1
2
Y
F1
3
Bn
4
Gn
W
P
K
Bu
K
Bn
Bu
Bn
Bu
Bn
Bn
Or
B
B
P
con 4
A1
Bu
R
M.O.
con
5
Or
Bu
Gr.
Bu
Or
T.O.
con 2
R
E1
con 1 con 3 PINPIN PINPIN
5 3
4 12
08 24382 00 Fan Speed Board
PINPINPIN
1 2 10
PIN
11
Or
Y
R
Bu
D
J11
J8 J3J2J5J4J7J10
HT
G1 (J19)
J1
C
J13
G2 (J18)
J21 J9
Bu
D
NO
HT
J16
J12
G3 (J17)
Bu
F2
A3
Bn
Bn
Bu
L
N
MAINS INLET BLOCK
06.07.2006
TECHNICAL DATA
Data Badge
Abbreviated data badge located on
front frame. Full data badge located
on rear panel.
Grill
Burner: Surface combustion.
Spark gap: 3 - 4mm.
Gas Category
This appliance is factory set for use on
Natural Gas only. This is clearly
marked on the data badge.
Top Oven
Burner: Rotary surface combustion.
Spark gap: 3 - 4mm.
Natural Gas - I2H (G20 @ 20mbar)
Main Oven
Burner: Rotary surface combustion.
Pressure Test Point
Manifold inlet block
Appliance class
Class 3, Built-In Oven & Grill Unit
Pressure Setting
Natural Gas - G20 @ 20 mbar
Countries of Destination
AUS - Australia
Ignition
Automatic re-ignition system
Oven / Grill Light(s)
4 x 25W (2 in each oven)
Electrical supply
220 - 240V ~ 50Hz, 230W
Burner
Nominal Rate
Qn
Injector size
Nat Gas G20
Grill
Top Oven
Main Oven
2.8kW
1.8kW
2.4kW
Total Heat Input
∑ ∑ Qn
5.2kW
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Amal Size 130
Amal Size 180
Service Record
Please record your model number and serial number in the space below.
Where are my model and serial numbers?
Freestanding HL appliances:
Freestanding appliances:
Built in oven:
Hobs:
base of storage drawer
front frame near oven cavity
front frame near oven cavity
base plate of the hob
Having these numbers to hand will help us to help you, quickly and more efficiently.
When contacting us, please use the Customer Care number on the back cover of this
handbook.
Model Number
Serial Number
Date of purchase
Installer stamp / Printed name
Date of installation
Place of purchase:
Date
Part(s) replaced
Engineers Stamp/
Printed Name
Contact Us
For Service information please call:
Tel: 1800 033700
Calling for a service
If you should experience any problems with your cooker please contact your retailer or
place of purchase.
Important note:
Service work is to be conducted by authorised persons only. It is also adviseable that
your cooker is checked regularly and maintained in good condition. An annual maintenance is recommended.
Always check the instruction book before calling a service agent to make sure you have
not missed anything.
Before you contact a service agent, make sure that you have the following information to
hand:
Model Number
Serial Number
Date or Purchase
Postcode
Proudly distributed by Eurolec.
Head Office address: 27 Watland Street, Springwood, Queensland 4127
08 27313 00 © 07.2006
Built In Gas Oven
Model Names: 900GR