HC6621FR
Ceramic hob
Installation, use and maintenance
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Contents:
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Important
Important information
Using your hob
Operating time limiter
Auto-heat function
Safety key lock
Residual heat indicators
Efficient use of your hob
Care and maintenance
Cleaning guide
Troubleshooting
Installation
Installation - preparation
How to install the hob
Mains electrical connection
Energy efficiency information
Important
The CDA Group Ltd cannot be held responsible for injuries or losses
caused by incorrect use or installation of this product. Please note that
CDA reserve the right to invalidate the guarantee supplied with this
product following incorrect installation or misuse of the appliance or
use in a commercial environment.
This appliance is not designed to be used by people (including
children) with reduced physical, sensorial or mental capacity, or
who lack experience or knowledge about it, unless they have had
supervision or instructions on how to use the appliance by someone
who is responsible for their safety.
Under no circumstances should any external covers be removed for
servicing or maintenance except by suitably qualified personnel.
Appliance information:
Please enter the details on the appliance rating plate below for
reference, to assist CDA Customer Care in the event of a fault with
your appliance and to register your appliance for guarantee purposes.
Appliance Model
Serial Number
EU Declarations of Conformity
This appliance has been manufactured to the strictest standards and
complies with all applicable legislation, including Electrical safety
(LVD) 2014/35/EU and Electromagnetic interference compatibility
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(EMC) 2014/30/EU. Parts intended to come into contact with food
conform to 1935/2004/EC.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR CORRECT DISPOSAL OF THE
PRODUCT IN ACCORDANCE WITH EU DIRECTIVE 2012/19/EU.
At the end of its working life, the product must be taken to a special
local authority waste collection centre or to a dealer providing
appliance recycling services.
Disposing of a household appliance separately avoids possible
negative consequences for the environment and health. It also
enables the constituent materials to be recovered, saving both energy
and resources. As a reminder of the need to dispose of household
appliances separately, the product is marked with a crossed-out
wheeled dustbin.
Please note:
• Ceramic hobs become hot and remain hot during and immediately
after use. Do not touch the hob until it has been allowed to cool.
• Keep children away from the appliance when in use.
• Never use the hob top for storage.
• Pan handles should never stand out beyond the edge of the
worktop. This will help to avoid children reaching them.
• Do not lean over the hob when it is in use.
• Follow the cleaning instructions carefully.
• Ensure the base of the saucepan is clean and dry before placing it
on the hob.
• Avoid hard shocks from cookware – the vitroceramic glass surface
is highly resistant but not unbreakable.
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• Do not place hot lids flat on the hob top. A “suction” effect could
cause damage to the hob.
• Do not drag cookware across the hob top: in the long term, this
could cause damage to the hob.
• Do not store cleaning or flammable products in the unit below the
hob.
• Always use appropriate cookware.
• Do not cook unopened tins of food directly on the hob.
• Never put cooking foil or plastic materials on the ceramic surface
when the hob is hot. These materials could melt and cause damage to the hob.
• This hob (Class 3) has been designed for use only as a cooking
appliance. Any other use should be considered incorrect and therefore dangerous.
Important
• Do not use the hob if the glass surface is cracked or damaged to
prevent the risk of electric shock. Disconnect it from the power
supply.
• Ensure that the power cable of a connected electrical appliance
near the hob is not in contact with the cooking zones.
Please note: When connecting the hob to the power and switching it
on for the first time:
The cooking zone displays may show the letter " ". This is not a fault
and the letter " " should disappear after each zone’s use. Please see
page 11 for more information.
The safety key lock may be active. Touch and hold the safety key lock
sensor (2) until the LED indicator goes off.
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Using your hob
Zones:
1. Front left 2.3kW 210 mm
2. Back left 1.2kW 145 mm
3. Front right 1.2kW 145mm
4. Back right 1.8kW 180 mm
2
4
1
3
Fig. 1
1
2
1
3
3
1
5
4
1
Fig. 2
Control panel:
1. On/off sensors
2. Safety key lock sensor with LED
3. Cooking zone indicators
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4. Plus setting selector
5. Minus setting selector
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To switch the hob on/activate a zone and set a power level
• To switch the power on, touch and hold the "On/off sensor" (1) for
the desired zone for approximately two seconds. The hob will beep
and the relevant cooking zone indicator will show “0”.
• Use the plus or minus setting selectors to set the desired power
level. The standard power levels range from 1 (minimum) to 9
(maximum). The hob will then begin heating.
• To adjust the power level on a zone at any time during use, press
the "On/off sensor" (1) for that zone and use the plus or minus
setting selectors to set the desired power level.
Please note: When switching the hob on after the appliance has
been switched off at the mains, the cooking zone indicators may
show, an " " and the safety key lock may activate. This is normal.
Simply press and hold the safety key lock sensor for approximately 2
seconds to disengage the lock and continue with normal operation.
The indicators should disappear with each zone's usage (but will show
after use if a zone is still hot to the touch).
Please note: If a power level is not set within approximately ten
seconds of switching the hob on, the hob will switch off automatically.
To deactivate a zone
• Simply press the "On/off sensor" (1) for that zone and touch the
plus and minus setting selectors simultaneously. Alternatively, you
can use the minus setting selector (5) to return the power level to
0. The cooking zone indicator will display a "0" to confirm that the
zone is now inactive.
• If switching off multiple zones, the above step needs to be taken 7
for each zone. When all the zones are at "0", the hob will switch off automatically after approximately ten seconds.
• To switch off the zone immediately, touch and hold the "On/off
sensor" (1) for approximately three seconds. The hob will be off
when no zones are active.
Please note: Any zones that are still above 65°C will display an " "
provided the mains power supply is not interrupted.
Operating time limiter
Each zone has an operating time limiter to increase overall efficiency
and to prevent the hob from being left on indefinitely. If a zone's heat
setting is not changed for a specific duration then the associated zone
is automatically switched off and residual heat indicator activated.
Zones can still be used as normal in accordance with the operating
instructions. The operating time limiter is set according to the last
selected heat setting. The maximum operating times for each setting
can be found below.
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Zone Power Level
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Maximum
Operating Time
(hours)
10
5
5
4
3
2
2
2
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Auto-heat function
All zones are equipped with an auto-heat function, which reduces the
warming up time for the zone. Each power level has a limited time
for which the auto-heat function can be used. A table showing these
times is shown at the bottom of this page.
To activate the auto-heat function on a zone
• Switch the desired zone on, if not already so, by touching the
relevant cooking zone "On/off sensor" (1) . Next, touch the minus
setting selector (5) to set the power level to 9. Then, touch the plus
setting selector (4) and the cooking zone indicator should alternate
between 9 and the letter 'A'. Finally, press and hold the minus setting
selector (5) to set the desired auto-heat power level.
Please note: You can use the plus setting selector (4) to adjust the
power level if you go too low but pressing the minus setting selector
a second time will cancel the auto-heat function and you will have to
start again.
To deactivate the auto-heat function
• Simply touch the desired zone's "On/off sensor" (1) (if zone control is not already active) followed by the minus setting selector (5). The display will return the preset power level.
Zone Power Level
1
Maximum
Operating Time
(minutes)
1.11
2
3
4
5
6
2.44 4.47 5.28 6.29 1.11
7
8
2.44 2.44
9
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9
Please note: The auto-heat function is not compatible with power
level 9.
Safety key lock
To prevent accidental use, the hob has a safety key lock which
switches controls off temporarily or completely. The safety key lock
can be activated when the hob is turned on but not when power has
been switched off at, or the appliance disconnected from, the mains.
The safety key lock is automatically activated after mains power
supply has been restored.
To activate the safety key lock
With the hob switched on, simply touch the safety key lock sensor (2)
for approximately 2 seconds. The hob will beep and the safety key
lock LED should illuminate. With either one or more zones actively
heating the lock can still be activated. Simply press and hold the
safety key lock sensor (2) for approximately 2 seconds. The hob will
beep and the safety key lock LED should illuminate.
To deactivate the safety key lock
Simply touch and hold the safety key lock sensor (2) for approximately
2 seconds. The hob will beep and the safety key lock LED should
extinguish.
Please note: The safety key lock may activate when the power supply
is activated for the first time. The safety key lock sensor LED will flash
when you try to operate the hob if so. Simply deactivate the safety key
lock as per the above step and proceed to use the hob as normal.
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Residual heat indicators
The hob is equipped with residual heat indicators to warn when any
of the zones are still hot to the touch after use. An “ ” will show if the
relevant zone is 65°c or above. You should avoid touching any zone
whilst the hob is in use or whilst residual heat indicators are displayed.
Please note: In the event of a power cut or failure, the residual heat
indicators will illuminate after the power supply is restored. When
there is no power supply to the hob however the residual heat
indicators will not work, yet the hob zone(s) may still be hot, so extra
care must be taken.
Residual heat indicators may show on one or more zone when the
hob is activated for the first time. This is not indicative of a fault and
they should disappear after the zone’s use (and once the zone has
cooled down).
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Efficient use of your hob
The hob is equipped with zones designed to accommodate most
shapes and sizes of pan. For best results, only use pans with flat
bottoms. The most efficient use of the hob is shown below, where the
pan and zone are correctly chosen. Use pan lids where possible to
minimize the energy usage of your appliance.
Fig.3
Zone Size
Minimum Pan Size (mm)
Maximum Pan Size (mm)
Ø 145mm
Ø 180mm
Ø 210mm
125
165
160
200
190
230
Locating a pan in the centre of the zone markings will ensure optimum
efficiency.
It is very important that the pans used on the hob are made of a suitable
material and have the correct type of base. The base of the pan and
the hob top must be clean before use to prevent any scratches on the
hob top.
Please note: Extra care should be taken if cast iron pans are used as
these have coarse bases which may damage the hob top.
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Care and maintenance
Always disconnect the appliance from the power supply before
undertaking any cleaning or maintenance.
Important:
• Steam cleaners must not be used when cleaning this appliance.
• You should use a non-abrasive cleaner to clean the hob top. Any
abrasive cleaner (including Cif) will scratch the surface and could
erase the control panel markings.
• Sugar and starch can cause permanent damage to the surface of
the hob. Wipe away any spillages immediately but be careful given
that the hob top will be hot during and after usage.
• Avoid letting pans boil over where possible to ensure that the need for cleaning is minimal.
• Always use a soft sponge or cloth where possible. Utensils such as scouring sponges and some brushes could cause scratches to the hob top.
A cleaning guide is available on page 14.
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Type of residue
Clean with
Cleaning advice
Light
Cleaning sponge
and soft cloth
Wipe over the zone to be cleaned with
a sponge and hot water, and then wipe
off with a soft dry cloth.
Accumulated bakedon stains/dirt, sugar
spills or melted
plastics
Cleaning sponge
or glass scraper
and soft cloth
Wipe over the zone to be cleaned
with a sponge and hot water, using a
ceramic scraper to remove any large
marks or stains and then wipe off with
a soft dry cloth.
Pour a small amount of warm white
Rings and hard water White vinegar and
vinegar onto the stain, leave it to stand,
residues
soft cloth
and then wipe off with a soft dry cloth.
Shiny metallic streaks
Cleaning agent for
vitroceramic glass
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fast frying steaks
Use specialist vitroceramic glass
cleaner (preferably one with silicone
for its protective properties)
If your hob is not working:
1. Check that the zone is switched on. 2. Check that the mains supply has not been switched off.
3. Check that the fuse in the spur has not blown.
In the event of a fault with the hob please advise CDA Customer Care.
Contact CDA Customer Care
A: Customer Care Department, The CDA Group Ltd, Harby Road,
Langar, Nottinghamshire, NG13 9HY
T: 01949 862 012 F: 01949 862 003
E: customer.care@cda.eu W: www.cda.eu
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Causes
Possible Remedy
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On switching on
The appliance does not
respond and emits an
extended beep
The appliance switches
itself off
A cooking zone switches
itself off and a residual heat
indicator is shown.
The safety key lock is
engaged
Disengage the safety key
lock as per page 10
Improper use (wrong
sensor fields touched or
touched too briefly)
Switch the appliance off
via the on/off sensor and
at the mains and then
switch the power and
appliance on again
No heat level has been
set within 10 seconds of
activating the appliance
Switch on the appliance
and set zone and heat
setting without delay
Sensor fields covered or
dirty
Uncover or clean the
sensor fields
Operating time limiter has
activated.
Nothing (see page 8)
Sensor fields covered or
dirty
Uncover or clean the
sensor fields
Electronic components
have overheated
Nothing. Allow appliance
to cool.
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Problem
Possible Causes
Possible Remedy
Residual heat indicator
has extinguished despite
zone(s) still being hot.
The appliance has no
power or the temperature
has dropped below 65°C
Check the fuse and
replace if blown.
Hob top is broken, cracked
and/or chipped.
Stop using the appliance immediately and switch the
appliance off at the mains. Contact CDA Customer
Care to arrange a repair (contact details on page 14).
A fault has not been
resolved by any suggested Contact CDA Customer Care using the contact details
remedies or a fault code is
on page 14 to arrange a service visit.
displayed
Should any error code show on the zone displays, or the
troubleshooting guide steps not resolve an issue, please contact
CDA Customer Care for assistance. Contact details are on page 14.
IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE: In the event of any breakage, crack
or cracking – even minimal – of the vitroceramic glass, immediately
disconnect your appliance to prevent a risk of electric shock and
contact CDA Customer Care.
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Installation preparation
Unpacking the hob:
Take care not to lose, drop or
mishandle any parts.
Fitting position of the hob:
This appliance must be installed a
minimum of 50mm from any back
wall and a minimum of 55mm away
from any adjacent vertical surfaces,
e.g. a tall cupboard end panel. These
dimensions are shown in Fig.8 on
page 19. If installing the hob in a
cupboard unit, then we recommend
the use of a partition panel.
Installation above a cupboard unit (with partition
panel) - recommended ventilation
25mm
35mm
500 x 10mm
5-10mm
Fig.4
Installation above an oven unit - recommended
ventilation
Ventilation requirements:
This appliance must be installed to
allow air to flow freely. An air gap of
25mm is recommended immediately
below the hob.
Failure to allow sufficient ventilation
could cause problems with operation
or damage to the hob and constitutes
incorrect installation, which is not
covered by the product’s warranty
(Figs. 4 and 5).
25mm
500 x 10mm
5-10mm
Fig.5
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600mm
400mm
If fitting a CDA cooker hood above the
hob:
If a CDA cooker hood is to be installed
above the hob, the height of the hood
above the hob must be at least 600mm
(650mm is recommended) (Fig.6). If the
instructions supplied with the hood dictate
that the hood must be installed at a height
greater than 600mm, then that height is
the minimum required.
Fig.6
Wall furniture requirements:
The minimum height of any cabinet immediately above the hob is
900mm. The minimum height of any adjacent units (including light
pelmets) is 400mm, unless they are manufactured from a material
resistant to fire (steel, for example).
Important notes:
• Do not position this appliance above a refrigeration unit. The heat
generated may cause the refrigeration unit to fail.
• This appliance is designed to be installed into cabinet units capable
of withstanding temperatures of 65°C or greater above ambient
temperature.
• Never place perishable foods, cleaning products or flammable items
in the cupboard below the appliance.
•If the hob is to be located above a working drawer, we recommend
that the drawer is not used for storing soft items, for example
dusters or towels; this is to minimise the risk of the cooling system
air intakes being obstructed.
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How to install the hob
1
2
3
Overall dimensions of the hob:
Width: 576 mm Depth: 518 mm
Worktop cut-out dimensions:
Width: 560 mm Depth: 490 mm
1 - Worktop
2 - Hob seal
1. Make the required hole in the worktop. 3
- Ceramic hob
Before doing this, you must check the Fig.7
instructions supplied with any cooker hood to ensure that you will have the required clearance. The cut-out (Fig.8) shows a 60mm gap from the worktop edge, and back wall, to the cut-out edge. The distance from the hob, when fitted, to the back wall is to be 50mm.
If a splashback/worktop upstand is to be fitted, take this into account when cutting the hole. The minimum distance that the hob should be
positioned away from the rear wall or splashback is 50mm.
560
Min.
60
Rear Wall
490
Adjacent vertical surface
(cupboard etc. Measurement applicable
to both sides.)
Cut-out
Min.
55
Min.
60
2.Make sure that
the worktop is
clean and dust
free and insert
the hob into the
cut-out opening.
Press the hob
firmly into place
so that the seal
connects with
the worktop (Fig.
7).
Front edge of worktop
Fig.8
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If fitting the hob into a 28-40mm worktop:
The four fixing clips supplied should be used. If fitting the hob into a
thin worktop (i.e. 28mm), then we recommend using four 15x15x50mm
wooden batons in addition to the brackets (as per figs. 9 and 10).
Position the fixing brackets perpendicularly to the hob’s edge and
tighten firmly. Do not use power tools to do so.
1
Fig.9
5
4
15
5
15
6
2
3
worktop
screw
1.
2.
worktop
screw
4.
5.
6.
hob
seal
wooden block
4.
5.
hob
seal
560
min
50
min
50
320
490
50
490
466
50
min
60
416
min
60
2
1.
2.
270
20
1
Fig.11
560
Fig.10
4
Fig.12
3
N
GNYE
L
We recommend that the appliance is
connected by a qualified electrician,
who is a member of the N.I.C.E.I.C. and
who will comply with the I.E.T. and local
regulations.
BU
Warning! This appliance must be
earthed.
BN
Mains electrical
connection
This appliance is intended to be
connected to fixed wiring and is not
suitable for connection to a 13A plug
or 13A supply.
Live L: BN - brown
Neutral N: BU - blue
Earth PE: GNYE -green/yellow
Fig. 13
This appliance is intended to be connected to fixed wiring by a
double pole switch, having a contact separation of at least 3mm in
all poles. The switch must be positioned no further than 2m from
the appliance.
Please note:
• The mains cable must only be replaced by a qualified electrician
or service engineer and must be of equivalent or better rating (i.e.
4mm2, HO5VV-F).
• This appliance is intended to be connected to the mains supply
with a cable of cross sectional area 4mm2.
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• The current rating of the fuse or circuit breaker protecting this
appliance should be marked on the socket outlet.
• Assembly and electrical connection should be carried out by
specialised personnel.
• When installing this product we recommend you seek the help of another individual.
• Should the mains cable be damaged or need to be replaced, it should only be done so by a qualified electrician or engineer. The connections to the hob are shown below;
L1
N
(PE
)
Fig. 14
• Ensure that the leads are securely fitted. Failure to do so may
prevent the hob from operating correctly.
Appliance electrical rating: 6500W
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Energy Efficiency Information
Attribute
CDA model
Type of hob
Number of cooking zones and/or areas
Symbol
Value
HC6621FR
Built in
4
Units
Heating technology (induction cooking
zones and cooking areas, radiant
cooking zones, solid plates)
Radiant cooking zones
For circular cooking zones or area:
Ø
diameter of useful surface area per
electric heated cooking zone, rounded
to the nearest 5mm
/ FL:21.0 / FR:14.5 / / / RL:14.5 / RR:18.0/
cm
For non-circular cooking zones or
areas: length and width of useful
surface area per electric heated
cooking zone or area, rounded to the
nearest 5mm
L
W
NA
cm
Energy consumption per cooking
zone or area calculated per kg
/ EC Electric cooking FL:193.9 / FR:193.9 / / RL:193.9 / / RR:193.9 /
Energy consumption for the hob
calculated per kg
EC Electric
hob
193.9
Wh/kg
Wh/kg
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For service or queries relating to your product please contact:
The Customer Care Department on 01949 862 012 or email customer.care@cda.eu
For more information please contact:
The Sales Department on 01949 862 010 or email sales@cda.eu
Customer Care Department. The CDA Group Ltd, Harby Road, Langar, Nottinghamshire, NG13 9HY
T: 01949 862 012 F: 01949 862 003 E: customer.care@cda.eu
www.cda.eu
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