vitroceramic cooker (induction hob)

Instructions for the use - Installation advices
VITROCERAMIC COOKER
(INDUCTION HOB)
100
% ELBA QUALITY
MADE IN ITALY
HOME APPLIANCES
Made in Italy
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Dear Customer,
Thank you for having purchased and given your preference to
our product.
The safety precautions and recommendations reported below
are for your own safety and that of others. They will also provide
a means by which to make full use of the features offered by your
appliance.
Please preserve this booklet carefully. It may be useful in future,
either to yourself or to others in the event that doubts should
arise relating to its operation.
This appliance must be used only for the task it has
explicitly been designed for, that is for cooking foodstuffs.
Any other form of usage is to be considered as inappropriate
and therefore dangerous.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility in the event
of damage caused by improper, incorrect or illogical use of
the appliance.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
IMPORTANT: This appliance is designed and manufactured
solely for the cooking of domestic (household) food and is
not suitable for any non domestic application and therefore
should not be used in a commercial environment.
The appliance guarantee will be void if the appliance is used
within a non domestic environment i.e. a semi commercial,
commercial or communal environment.
Read the instructions carefully before installing and using
the appliance.
• After having unpacked the appliance, check to ensure that it is
not damaged and that the oven door closes correctly.
In case of doubt, do not use it and consult your supplier or a
professionally qualified technician.
• Packing elements (i.e. plastic bags, polystyrene foam, nails,
packing straps, etc.) should not be left around within easy reach
of children, as these may cause serious injuries.
• Some appliances are supplied with a protective film on steel and
aluminium parts. This film must be removed before using the
appliance.
• IMPORTANT: The use of suitable protective clothing/gloves is
recommended when handling or cleaning this appliance.
• Do not attempt to modify the technical characteristics of
the appliance as this may become dangerous to use. The
manufacturer declines all responsibility for any inconvenience
resulting from the inobservance of this condition.
• Do not operate your appliance by means of an external timer or
separate remote-control system.
• Do not carry out cleaning or maintenance operations on the
appliance without having previously disconnected it from the
electric power supply.
• WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched off before
replacing the oven lamp to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
• Do not use a steam cleaner because the moisture can get into
the appliance thus make it unsafe.
• Do not touch the appliance with wet or damp hands (or feet).
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• Do not use the appliance whilst in barefoot.
• If you should decide not to use this appliance any longer (or
decide to substitute another model), before disposing of it, it
is recommended that it be made inoperative in an appropriate
manner in accordance to health and environmental protection
regulations, ensuring in particular that all potentially hazardous
parts be made harmless, especially in relation to children who
could play with unused appliances.
• The various components of the appliance are recyclable. Dispose
of them in accordance with the regulations in force in your country.
If the appliance is to be scrapped, remove the power cord.
• After use, ensure that the knobs are in the off position.
• Children less than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
• This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have
been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
• The manufacturer declines all liability for injury to persons or
damage to property caused by incorrect or improper use of the
appliance.
• WARNING: During use the appliance and its accessible parts
become hot; they remain hot for some time after use.
–– Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements (on
the hob and inside the oven).
–– The door is hot, use the handle.
–– To avoid burns and scalds, young children should be kept
away.
• Make sure that electrical cables connecting other appliances in
the proximity of the cooker cannot come into contact with the hob
or become entrapped in the oven door.
• WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can be
dangerous and may result in fire. NEVER try to extinguish a fire
with water, but switch off the appliance and then cover flame e.g.
with a lid or a fire blanket.
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• WARNING: Danger of fire: do not store items on the cooking
surfaces.
• Do not place or leave empty pans on the glass ceramic hob.
• Do not allow heavy or sharp objects to drop on the glass ceramic hob.
• Do not scratch the hob with sharp objects. Don’t use the hob as
a work surface.
• WARNING: If the hob is cracked or otherwise damaged by falling
objects etc., disconnect the appliance from the electrical power
supply to avoid the possibility of electric shock and call Customer
Service.
• WARNING: When correctly installed, your product meets all
safety requirements laid down for this type of product category.
However special care should be taken around the rear or the
underneath of the appliance as these areas are not designed or
intended to be touched and may contain sharp or rough edges,
that may cause injury.
• FIRST USE OF THE OVEN - it is advised to follow these
instructions:
–– Furnish the interior of the oven as described in the chapter
“CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE”.
–– Switch on the empty oven on max to eliminate grease from the
heating elements.
–– Disconnect the appliance from the electrical power supply, let
the oven cool down and clean the interior of the oven with a
cloth soaked in water and neutral detergent; then dry carefully.
• CAUTION: Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the oven door glass since they can scratch the
surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
• Do not line the oven walls or base with aluminium foil. Do not place
baking trays or the drip tray on the base of the oven chamber.
• FIRE RISK! Do not store flammable material in the oven or in the
storage compartment.
• Always use oven gloves when removing the shelves and food
trays from the oven whilst hot.
• Do not hang towels, dishcloths or other items on the appliance or
its handle – as this could be a fire hazard.
• Clean the oven regularly and do not allow fat or oils to build up in
the oven base or tray. Remove spillages as soon as they occur.
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• Do not stand on the cooker or on the open oven door.
• Always stand back from the appliance when opening the oven
door to allow steam and hot air to escape before removing the
food.
• SAFE FOOD HANDLING: Leave food in the oven for as short
a time as possible before and after cooking. This is to avoid
contamination by organisms which may cause food poisoning.
Take particular care during warmer weather.
• WARNING: Take care NOT to lift the cooker by the door handle.
• INDUCTION HOBS:
–– Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids should
not be placed on the hob surface since they can get hot.
–– Do not use metallic kitchen utensils (e.g. ladles). It is preferable
to use plastic or wood kitchen utensils.
–– Please use pans of recommended size (see minimum pan
diameter recommended). It is not advisable to use pans
smaller than the cooking zone. The pans have to be placed in
the centre of the cooking zone.
–– Do not use defective pans or pans with a curved bottom.
–– Please use suitable pans marked for induction cooking.
–– Please keep your distance from the electromagnetic fields by
standing 5-10 cm from the cooking zones. When possible use
the rear cooking zones.
–– Magnetic objects (e.g. credit cards, floppy disks, memory
cards) and electronic instruments (e.g. computers) should not
be placed near the induction hob.
–– The heating of magnetic tins is forbidden! Close tins may
explode by exceeding pressure while heating. There is a
burning risk with open tins as well, because the integrated
temperature protection can’t work well.
–– IMPORTANT WARNING: The induction hob complies with
European Standards for domestic cooking appliances.
Therefore it should not interfere with other electronic units.
Persons with cardiac pacemakers or any other electrical
implants must check with their doctor if they can use an induction
cooking system (and check any possible interferences with
the implants).
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COOKING HOB
Fig. 1.1
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1
1
2
3
INDUCTION COOKING HOB
1. Induction cooking zone
Ø 200 mm
Normal Power: 2300 W
Booster Power: 3000 W
2. Induction cooking zone
Ø 160 mm
Normal Power: 1400 W
3. Cooking zones display
Note:
The Nominal and Booster Power may change depending on the size and material of the
pan set on the cooking zone.
Attention:
Detach the appliance from the mains if the ceramic glass is cracked and contact the AfterSales Service.
Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids should not be placed on the hob
surface since they can get hot.
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2
CONTROL PANEL
Fig. 2.1
8
9
6
5
12:00 A
°C
°F
7
4
3
2
1
CONTROLS DESCRIPTION
1. Front right cooking zone control knob
2. Rear right cooking zone control knob
3. Rear left cooking zone control knob
4. Front left cooking zone control knob
5. Multifunction oven function selector control knob
6. Multifunction oven thermostat control knob
7. Electronic programmer
Pilot lamps:
8. Oven temperature indicator light
9. Power on indicator light
Please note: This appliance incorporates a safety cooling fan which you will hear operating
whenever the oven or grill are in use. The cooling fan may also operate when the oven is
switched off. This fan is to reduce the external temperature of the appliance and cool the
internal components.
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USE OF INDUCTION HOB
The ceramic hob is fitted with induction cooking zones.
These zones, shown by painted disks on the ceramic surface, are controlled by separate
knobs positioned on the control panel.
In the front central area of the hob, the cooking
zones display (composed by no. 4 luminous figures
- one for each zone) indicates:
= Cooking zone Off (not activated)
Fig. 3.1
= Cooking zone On (activated but not operating).
If all the zones are in zero setting, the display switches off automatically
(cooking zones Off) after about 10 seconds.
÷
= Power levels
= “Fast heating” function
= “Booster” function
= Remaining heat indicator
= Pan detection indicator
= Childlock safety
Note: each lit figure refers to the relevant cooking zone
INDUCTION COOKING SYSTEM
When your induction hob is switched on and a cooking zone has been selected, the
electronic circuits produce induced currents that instantaneously heat the bottom of the
pan which then transfers this heat to the food. Cooking takes place with hardly any energy
loss between the induction hob and the food.
Your induction hob operates only if a correct pan with the right features is placed on a
cooking zone. Please refer to COOKWARE FOR INDUCTION COOKING.
If the pan detection symbol
appears on the display, your pan is not suitable and your
induction hob will not operate After 10 minutes without detecting any pan, the cooking zone
switches Off automatically and can only be switched On after the control knob has been
returned into “OFF” setting.
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REMAINING HEAT INDICATORS
When the temperature of a cooking zone is still hot, the relevant
remaining heat indicator
lights up on the display to alert you of the hot surface.
Avoid touching the hob surface over the cooking area. Please pay special attention to children.
When the
is lit on the display, it is still possible to start cooking again; just turn the control
knob to the required power level.
COOKWARE FOR INDUCTION COOKING
The induction cooking system OPERATES ONLY if using correct cookware suitable for induction
cooking.
The bottom of the pan has to be ferromagnetic to generate the electromagnetic field necessary
for the heating process (meaning a magnet has to stick to the bottom of the pan).
Pans made from the following materials are not suitable:
•
glass, wood, porcelain, ceramic, stoneware;
•
pure stainless steel, aluminium or copper without magnetic bottom.
To check if a pan is suitable or not:
•
test the bottom of the pan with a magnet: if the magnet sticks, the pan is suitable.
•
if a magnet is not available pour a small amount of water inside the pan and place the pan
on a cooking zone. Switch on the cooking zone: if the symbol
(pan detection) appears
on the cooking zone display (instead of the power level), the pan is not suitable.
pan
Important note: the cooking zones will not operate if the pan diameter is too small (
detection symbol will appear on the cooking zone display). To correctly use the cooking zones
follow the indications given in the following table.
Induction cooking zone
Minimum pan diameter recommended
Front right Ø 160 mm
110 mm
Rear right Ø 200 mm
145 mm
Rear left Ø 160 mm
110 mm
Front left Ø 200 mm
145 mm
Pay attention: The pan shall always be centred over the middle of the cooking zone. It
is possible to use oversized pans but the bottom of the pan cannot touch other cooking
zones.
Always use pans with thick, completely flat bottom.
Do not use pans with concave or convex bottom; these could cause overheating of the
cooking zone.
Note: Some types of pans could cause noise when used on an induction cooking zone.
The noise does not mean any failure on the appliance and does not influence the cooking
operation.
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CONTROL KNOBS
Each cooking zone is adjusted by a separate control knob positioned on the control panel
and the operation is controlled by the electronic system.
If a cooking zone is not turned Off the electronic system automatically switches it Off after
a pre-set time which depends on the power setting.
A
OFF
1
A
OFF
1
9
6
8
8
5
5
7
6
7
Each cooking zone is automatically
switched Off after a maximum preset time
if no operation is performed.
The maximum preset time limit depends
on the set power level, as illustrated in this
schedule.
Each operation on the cooking hob by
using the knob will reset the maximum
operation time at its initial value.
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4
OPERATION TIME LIMIT OF
COOKING ZONES
3
3
9
P
2
2
Fig. 3.2a
Fig. 3.2b
Power level of
Cooking zones
Operation
time limit
360 minutes
360 minutes
300 minutes
300 minutes
240 minutes
90 minutes
90 minutes
90 minutes
90 minutes
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1 ÷ 9 POWER LEVEL
Turn the knob clockwise to set the desired power level between 1 (minimum) and 9
(maximum).
The power level can be modified at any time by turning the knob clockwise or anti-clockwise
to a different setting.
The cooking zone display shows the selected level.
EXAMPLES OF COOKING POWER SETTING
OFF
Cooking zone not operating
1 to 2
Melting
Reheating
Sauces, butter, chocolate, gelatine
Dishes prepared beforehand
2 to 3
Simmering
Defrosting
Rice, pudding, sugar syrup
Dried vegetables, fish, frozen products
3 to 4
Steam
Vegetables, fish, meat
4 to 5
Water
Steamed potatoes, soups, pasta,
fresh vegetables
6 to 7
Medium cooking
Simmering
Meat, lever, eggs, sausages
Goulash, roulade, tripe
7 to 8
Cooking
Potatoes, fritters, wafers
9
Frying, roasting
Boiling water
Steaks, omelettes, fried dishes
Water
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“FAST HEATING” FUNCTION
Turn the control knob anti-clockwise to the
setting and then release the knob (after the
“beep”); the relative
symbol lights up on the cooking zone display. Within 5 seconds turn
the knob to the desired power level (between 1 and 9); once a setting has been selected,
and the chosen power level will flash in alternation on the control panel display.
This function allows the cooking zone to operate at the maximum power (100%) for a time
proportional to the selected power level; after this time the cooking zone will operate at the
selected level.
This function is available on all the cooking zones.
While this function is operating it is possible, at any time, to increase the selected power
level but it is not possible to decrease the power; by turning the knob anti-clockwise to a
lower level the function will be disabled.
The function will be disabled also by turning the knob to the “OFF” position or by selecting
the “Booster” function.
Note: If removing the pan from the cooking zone before the programme has been completed,
the “Fast heating” function will be completed with the remaining time if the pan is put back
on the cooking zone within 10 minutes.
“BOOSTER” FUNCTION
Turn the control knob clockwise to set the maximum power level (9), then turn clockwise
again to the setting and release the knob (after the “beep”); the control knob returns to
the maximum setting (9) automatically and the relative
symbol lights up on the cooking
zone display.
The “Booster” program is now operative.
This function allows the cooking zone to operate at the Booster maximum power (above
the nominal power) for maximum 5 minutes; it could be used, for example, to rapidly heat
up large amount of water.
This function is available on the front left/rear right zones.
To disable this function turn the knob anti-clockwise to a lower power level or to the “OFF”.
The “Booster” is also disabled by turning the knob again to the
cooking zone operates at the power level 9.
setting; in this case the
Note: if a cooking zone is still hot, it is not possible to use the “Booster” function and
will flash if you try to activate. The cooking zone is automatically set to the maximum power
level (9).
The “Booster” function is always limited to a maximum of 5 minutes. You can activate the
“Booster” function again after 5 minutes.
IMPORTANT NOTES: The “BOOSTER” function is not suitable for use with non water
based cooking.
Do not use this function for heating oil (e.g. deep fat frying)
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MAXIMUM USABLE
COOKING ZONES
POWER
FOR
THE
The right and left cooking zones are controlled by two
separate power boards and the maximum total power
per each power board is 3700 W.
Should the cooking zones of one power board require
more than 3700 W, the last selected power level has
priority and the power of the other cooking zone is
automatically reduced to the remaining power available.
If this occurs, the cooking zone will display a flashing
figure for about 3 seconds before automatically
displaying the new power level.
Controlled by
1st power board
Controlled by
2nd power board
This means for example that:
•
When setting a “Booster” programme for the second zone, the setting for the other
zone could be reduced to the remaining power available.
•
When setting a “Booster” programme for a zone and then another setting on the
second zone, if the total power exceed 3700 W the “Booster” programme is deleted
and the power reduced to the maximum power available.
THERMAL PROTECTIONS
The induction hob is fitted with safety devices to protect the electronic system and to protect
each cooking zone from overheating.
In case of overheating, one of the following automatic functions could be started by the
electronic system:
•
“Booster” program deleted and power reduced;
•
one or more cooking zone switched Off;
•
cooling fan motor of the induction unit switched on.
CHILDLOCK SAFETY
When not using the induction hob, set the childlock safety to prevent children from
accidentally switching on the cooking zones.
Ensure all cooking zones are switched Off, then turn the control knobs of the left cooking
zones simultaneously to the left ( setting) and hold the knobs in this position until
lights
up on the cooking zones display; then release the knobs.
To deactivate the childlock repeat the same procedure until
lights up on the cooking
zones display; then release the knobs.
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ERROR CODES ON THE COOKING ZONES DISPLAY
Error code
Example
What to do
1.
Erxx
or Ex (not E2 or
EH)
or
display
not operative
E2
or
EH
2.
3.
4.
5.
Switch off the cooker and disconnect it
from the mains.
Wait for about 1 minute, then reconnect
the cooker and turn on the cooking zones.
Wait for about 1 minute and if the error
message does not appear again the
cooking zones can be used.
If the error message does not disappear
repeat step from 1 to 3.
If the problem continues do not use the
induction hob (only use the oven) and
contact your Authorised Service Centre.
E and 2 alternating for one or more cooking
zones.
This indicates an overheating of the cooking
zone/s.
1. Switch off the cooking zone/s and leave
to cool.
2. If the problem continues do not use the
induction hob (only use the oven) and
contact your Authorised Service Centre.
E6
or
display
not operative
Symbol
as per
side
figure
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The cooker has been incorrectly connected.
The appliance shall be connected to the
appropriate power supply by a qualified
technician.
This indicates an incorrect operation of one or
more cooking zone control knob.
1. Turn the cooking zone control knobs to
the “OFF” position, then switch off the
cooker and disconnect it from the mains.
2. Wait for about 1 minute, then reconnect
the cooker and turn on the cooking zones.
3. Wait for about 1 minute and if the error
message does not appear again the
cooking zones can be used.
4. If the error message does not disappear
repeat step from 1 to 3.
5. If the problem continues do not use the
induction hob (only use the oven) and
contact your Authorised Service Centre.
ADVICE FOR SAFE USE OF THE HOB
•
Before switching on make sure that you
have the correct knob for the hotplate
chosen. It is advisable to put the pan on
the hotplate before switching on and to
take it away after switching off.
•
Use cookware with flat and even
bottoms. Uneven bottoms can scratch
the glass ceramic surfaces. Be careful
that the bottom is clean and dry.
•
Do not leave wet or damp lids on the bob.
•
The glass-ceramic surface and pans
must be clean. Carefully eliminate any
food remains (especially containing
sugar), dirt etc. with the aid of a cleansing
agent.
•
Make sure that the handles of cookware
do not stick out over the edge of the
cooker, to avoid them being knocked
over by accident. This also makes it
more difficult for children to reach the
cooking vessels.
•
Do not lean over the cooking zones
when they are switched on.
•
Do not drop heavy or sharp objects on
the glass ceramic cooktop. If the surface
is broken or damaged unplug the
cooktop and contact the after-sales
service.
•
Do not put aluminium foil or plastic
objects on the cooking zones when they
are hot.
•
Follow the cleaning instructions carefully.
Fig. 3.3
DO NOT USE PANS WITH ROUGH
CIRCULAR MACHINED BASE.
Fig. 3.4
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CLEANING
•
Before you begin cleaning make sure that the appliance is switched off.
•
Remove any encrustation using the scraper provided.
•
Dust or food particles can be removed with a damp cloth.
•
If you use a detergent, please make sure that it is not abrasive or scouring. Abrasive
or scouring powders can damage the glass surface of the hob.
•
All traces of the cleaner have to be removed with a damp cloth.
•
It is highly recommended to keep off the hob any article which can melt: plastic,
aluminium foil, sugar, sugar syrup mixtures etc.
•
If any of these products has melted on the ceramic surface, you should remove it
immediately (when the surface is still hot) by using the scraper to avoid any permanent
damage to the surface of the hob.
•
Avoid using any knife or sharp utensil since these can damage the ceramic.
•
Do not use steel wool or an abrasive sponge which could scratch the surface in an
irreparable way
ATTENTION: MOST IMPORTANT!
If cleaning the glass ceramic hob using a special tool (i.e. scraper) take extra care to
avoid damage to the seal at the edges of the glass ceramic surface.
Do not scratch the cooktop with
cutting or sharp objects.
Do not use the glass ceramic surface
as a work surface.
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Fig. 3.5
4
MULTIFUNCTION ELECTRIC OVEN
Attention: The oven door becomes
very hot during operation.
Keep children away.
GENERAL FEATURES
As its name indicates, this is an oven
that presents particular features from an
operational point of view.
In fact, it is possible to insert 7 different
programs to satisfy every cooking need.
The functions are managed by an electronic
programmer which keeps the temperature
set constant by means of a probe inside
the oven cavity.
The oven has the following heating
elements:
•
Bottom element 1750 W
•
Top element 1200 W
•
Grill element 2400 W
•
Circular element 2500 W
NOTE:
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate
the oven for 60 minutes in the position
and for another 15 minutes at the maximum
temperature (thermostat knob on position
225) in the positions
and , to eliminate
possible traces of grease on the heating
elements.
Clean the oven and accessories with warm
water and washing-up liquid.
OPERATING PRINCIPLES
Heating
and
cooking
in
the
MULTIFUNCTION oven are obtained in the
following ways:
a. by normal convection
The heat is produced by the upper and
lower heating elements.
b. by forced convection
A fan sucks in the air contained in the
oven muffle, which sends it through
the circular heating element and then
sends it back through the muffle.
Before the hot air is sucked back again
by the fan to repeat the described
cycle, it envelops the food in the
oven, provoking a complete and rapid
cooking.
It is possible to cook several dishes
simultaneously.
c. by semi-forced convection
The heat produced by the upper and
lower heating elements is distributed
throughout the oven by the fan.
d. by radiation
The heat is irradiated by the infra red
grill element.
e. by radiation and ventilation
The irradiated heat from the infra red
grill element is distributed throughout
the oven by the fan.
f.
by ventilation
The food is defrosted by using the fan
only function without heat.
WARNING:
The door is hot, use the handle.
During use the appliance becomes hot.
Care should be taken to avoid touching
heating elements inside the oven.
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Fig. 4.1
Fig. 4.2
SELECT A FUNCTION AND ADJUST THE
TEMPERATURE
•
Turn the control knob indicated in figure 4.2 to
the required function; the power on indicator
light will come on.
•
The preset function temperature will flash
in the programmer display (each cooking
function has its own preset temperature).
To change the temperature:
1. While the display is flashing:
––
210 C
°C
°F
Rotate the temperature control knob
(clockwise to increase and anticlockwise
to decrease).
OR
––
and
buttons to increase
Use the
or decrease the temperature.
Fig. 4.3a
2. If the display is not flashing:
•
•
20
°C
°F
button, the display will
––
Press the
flash.
––
Follow the same procedure as per
previous step 1.
After a few seconds, the display will stop
flashing and the oven will turn on and heat
up. The display will revert to show the actual
oven temperature.
The
indicator will show in the display.
Note: if you select
, the display will show
“dEF”. The temperature cannot be adjusted
when using this function.
225 C
°C
°F
Fig. 4.3b
When the oven is preheating and during cooking
•
The
•
indicator will go out when the oven has reached the set temperature.
The
Note: this indicator may turn on and off during cooking as the oven maintains the set
temperature.
•
The temperature indicator light goes out when the oven has reached the set
temperature.
•
To check the set temperature:
•
•
indicator will show in the display.
––
Press the °C button.
––
The display will flash showing the set temperature.
––
After a few seconds the display will return to the actual oven temperature and the
display will be steadily lit.
°F
To check the time of day:
button.
––
Press the
––
After a few seconds the display will show the oven temperature again.
When you have finished cooking, turn the function selector control knob to “o” (off ) to
turn the oven off.
FUNCTION SELECTOR KNOB (fig. 4.2)
Rotate the knob clockwise to set the oven for one of the following functions:
OVEN LIGHT
By turning the knob onto this setting we light the oven cavity.
The oven remains alight while any of the functions is on.
TRADITIONAL CONVECTION COOKING
The upper and lower heating elements are switched on.
The heat is diffused by natural convection and the temperature must be regulated between
50°C and 250°C.
It is necessary to preheat the oven before introducing the foods to be cooked.
Recommended for:
For foods which require the same cooking temperature both internally and externally, i. e.
roasts, spare ribs, meringue, etc.
GRILLING
The infra-red heating element is switched on.
The rotisserie motor come on for cooking with the rotisserie. The heat is diffused by radiation.
Use with the oven door closed and the temperature must be regulated between 50°C and
225°C.
Note: It is recommended that you do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time.
Attention: The oven door becomes very hot during operation. Keep children away.
Recommended for:
Intense grilling action for cooking with a broiler; browning, crisping, “au gratin”, toasting, etc.
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DEFROSTING FROZEN FOODS
Only the oven fan is on.
The display will show “dEF”. The temperature cannot be adjusted when using this function.
The defrosting is done by simple ventilation without heat.
Recommended for:
To rapidly defrost frozen foods; 1 kilogram requires about one hour.
The defrosting times vary according to the quantity and type of foods to be defrosted.
HOT AIR COOKING
The circular element and the fan are on.
The heat is diffused by forced convection and the temperature must be regulated between
50°C and 250°C.
It is not necessary to preheat the oven.
Recommended for:
For foods that must be well done on the outside and tender or rare on the inside, i. e.
lasagna, lamb, roast beef, whole fish, etc.
VENTILATED GRILL COOKING
The infra-red ray grill and the fan are on.
The heat is mainly diffused by radiation and the fan then distributes it throughout the oven.
Use with the oven door closed and the temperature must be regulated between 50°C and
225°C.
Note: It is recommended that you do not grill for longer than 30 minutes at any one time.
Attention: The oven door becomes very hot during operation. Keep children away.
Recommended for:
For grill cooking when a fast outside browning is necessary to keep the juices in, i. e. veal
steak, steak, hamburger, etc.
THAWING AND WARMING UP
The upper element and the circular element connected in series, are switched on; also the
fan is on. The heat is diffused by forced convection with the most heat being produced by
the upper element.
The temperature must be regulated between 50°C and 150°C.
Recommended for:
To keep foods hot after cooking. To slowly heat already cooked foods.
CONVECTION COOKING WITH VENTILATION
The upper and lower heating elements and the fan turn on.
The heat coming from the top and bottom is diffused by forced convection.
The temperature must be regulated between 50°C and 250°C.
Recommended for:
For foods of large volume and quantity which require the same internal and external degree
of cooking; for ie: rolled roasts, turkey, legs, cakes, etc.
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ROTISSERIE
USING THE ROTISSERIE
This device is made up of:
Very important: The rotisserie must
always be used with the oven door
closed.
•
an electrical motor mounted on the
side of the oven;
•
stainless steel spit with a removable
stay-cool handle and two adjustable
sets of prongs
•
spit support to be inserted in the
central guide of the oven.
The rotisserie motor is operated by a switch
position).
knob (fig. 4.2 The rotation direction of the rotisserie can
be either clockwise or counterclockwise.
•
Insert the tray “L” into the lowest rack
holders of the oven and insert the rod
support “T” into the intermediate rack
holders (fig. 4.4).
•
Put the meat to be cooked onto the
rod, being careful to secure it in the
center with the special forks (fig. 4.5).
•
Remove the grip “H” by turning it to the
left (fig. 4.5).
•
Insert completely the rotisserie
support; the shaft “S” must be inserted
(through the hole cover) in the spit
motor collar “G” (fig. 4.6).
IMPORTANT NOTE (ONLY FOR THE
MODELS WITH TELESCOPIC SLIDING
SHELF SUPPORTS SUPPLIED - SEE
PAGE 24).
DO NOT place the grill support “T” on
the sliding shelf supports (if fitted).
L
T
2
1
Fig. 4.4
S G
Fig. 4.5
Fig. 4.6
H
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5
ELECTRONIC CLOCK/PROGRAMMER
The electronic clock/programmer is a device which groups together the following functions:
•
24 hours clock with illuminated display.
•
Timer (up to 3 hours).
•
Program for automatic oven cooking.
Description of the buttons:
12:00 A
Timer
Cooking time
°C
End of cooking time
°C
°F
set the oven temperature /
select Celsius or Fahrenheit
Fig. 5.1
To decrease the time and
temperature
°F
To increase the time and
temperature
Description of the illuminated symbols:
12:00
A
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flashing
The clock needs to be
See instructions on next pages.
set.
steadily lit
The oven is set
automatic cooking.
for
flashing and Automatic cooking has
beeping
finished
See instructions on next pages.
steadily lit
The timer is set
See instructions on next pages.
steadily lit
The oven is heating up
See section “4 Multifunction electric
oven”.
To set the clock
When the power to the appliance is turned on or restored after a power failure “12:00 ” will
flash in the display.
1. Press
“12:00 ”.
and
2. Press
and
together - the display will stop flashing. The clock is now set for
together again to change the time. The display will flash.
and
to set the time. After a few minutes the display will be steadily lit,
3. Press
showing the time is set.
To change the time
1. Press
and
together. The display will flash.
2. Press
and
to set the time.
After a few seconds the display will remain steadily lit, showing the time is set.
To set the timer
1. Press the timer
•
button.
The time will show “0:00 ”.
2. Press
and
You can use the timer at any time, even when the
oven is not in use.
Important! The timer does NOT turn the oven off.
buttons to set the time you want (up to 3 hours in one minute steps).
•
The timer
•
After a few seconds the time will start counting down, the display will show the
time of day (if the oven is off ) or temperature (if the oven is on) and will be steadily
lit.
indicator will come on.
To check the remaining time
3. Press the timer
•
button.
The timer counts down in minutes (hr:min) until the last minute, when it counts
down in seconds.
To cancel the timer
4. Press the timer
button.
button to scroll the time down
•
The remaining time will be displayed. Press the
to “0:00 ”.
•
After a few seconds the clock will show the time of day (if the oven is off ) or
temperature (if the oven is on).
When the time is up
•
The timer will beep and the timer
indicator go out.
•
Press any button to stop the beeping.
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To set the oven for automatic cooking
1. Set the oven
•
•
Check the clock shows the correct time (eg 12:07).
Select the function and set the temperature.
The oven will turn on.
2. Set the cooking time
•
Decide how long the food will take to cook, allowing time for preheating if necessary
(eg 40 minutes).
•
•
Press
Use
.
and
to set the cooking time. “A” will show in the display.
3. Set the stop time
•
•
•
Decide when you want your food to be ready by (eg 13:30).
.
Press
and
to set the stop time.
Use
You can turn the oven on manually and set it to turn off automatically by setting the stop
time (step 3 above).
When automatic cooking is set
• If there is time before cooking starts, the oven will turn off and the pre-set temperature
and “A” will show in the clock display, indicating the oven is set for automatic cooking.
Note: the cooling fan may stay on.
• The oven will automatically turn on at the required time (eg 12:50) and turn off at the
set stop time (eg 13:30).
• To see the remaining cooking time, press
.
• To see the set stop time, press
.
To cancel automatic cooking
1. Press and hold
and
together for 3 seconds.
2. Turn the oven function control knob to “o” (Off ).
When the stop time is reached
•
•
The oven will turn off, the timer will beep.
The display will show “End” and the “A” will flash.
1. Press any button to stop the beeping.
2. Turn the oven function control knob to “o” (Off ).
Changing the oven from Celsius to Fahrenheit
You can set your oven to display the temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius.
1. Select a cooking function.
2. While the display is flashing, press
to reduce the oven to the minimum temperature
(50°C / 120°F)
3. When the display stops flashing , press and hold the °C button until “C” or “F” flashes
°F
in the display
4. Press the °C button to change between Celsius (C) and Fahrenheit (F).
°F
• After a few moments the oven will turn off and the display will show the time of day.
• Turn the oven function control knob back to “o” (Off ).
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6
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
GENERAL ADVICE
ENAMELLED PARTS
•
All the enamelled parts must be cleaned
with a sponge and soapy water or other
non-abrasive products.
Dry preferably with a microfibre or soft
cloth.
Acidic substances like lemon juice, tomato
sauce, vinegar etc. can damage the enamel
if left too long.
•
•
•
•
•
Before you begin cleaning, you
must ensure that the appliance is
disconnected from the electrical power
supply.
It is advisable to clean when the
appliance is cold and especially when
cleaning the enamelled parts.
Avoid leaving alkaline or acidic
substances (lemon juice, vinegar, etc.)
on the surfaces.
Avoid using cleaning products with
a chlorine or acidic base.
Important: The use of suitable
protective
clothing/gloves
is
recommended when handling or
cleaning of this appliance.
Under no circumstances should
any external covers be removed for
servicing or maintenance except by
suitable qualified personnel.
WARNING
When correctly installed, your product
meets all safety requirements laid down
for this type of product category.
However special care should be taken
around the rear or the underneath of
the appliance as these areas are not
designed or intended to be touched and
may contain sharp or rough edges, that
may cause injury.
VITROCERAMIC COOKING HOB
– See page 18.
STAINLESS STEEL, ALUMINIUM
PARTS, PAINTED
AND SILKSCREEN PRINTED SURFACES
Clean using an appropriate product.
Always dry thoroughly.
IMPORTANT: these parts must be cleaned
very carefully to avoid scratching and
abrasion. You are advised to use a soft
cloth and neutral soap.
CAUTION: Do not use abrasive
substances or non-neutral detergents
as these will irreparably damage the
surface.
GLASS CONTROL PANEL (SOME
MODELS ONLY)
Clean using an appropriate product. Always
dry thoroughly.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or
sharp metal scrapers to clean the control
panel since they can scratch the surface,
which may result in shattering of the glass.
Attention!
The appliance gets very hot, mainly around the cooking areas. It is very important
that children are not left alone in the kitchen when you are cooking.
Do not use a steam cleaner because the moisture can get into the appliance thus
make it unsafe.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door
glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass.
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INSIDE OF OVEN
OVEN FITTING OUT
The oven should always be cleaned after
use when it has cooled down.
The cavity should be cleaned using a
mild detergent solution and warm water.
Suitable proprietary chemical cleaners
may be used after first consulting with
the manufacturers recommendations and
testing a small sample of the oven cavity.
Abrasive cleaning agents or scouring pads/
cloths should not be used on the cavity
surface.
NOTE: The manufacturers of this appliance
will accept no responsibility for damage
caused by chemical or abrasive cleaning.
Let the oven cool down and pay special
attention no to touch the hot heating
elements inside the oven cavity.
•
•
•
Assemble the wire racks to the oven
walls using the 2 screws (fig. 6.2).
In the models with catalytic panels
supplied, interpose the catalytic panels
“A” with the arrow up (fig. 6.2). The
catalytic panel with the hole for the
rotisserie must be positioned on the right
oven wall. DO NOT INTERPOSE THE
CATALYTIC PANEL WITHOUT THE
HOLE ON THE RIGHT OVEN WALL.
Slide the rack into the runners (fig. 6.1).
The rack must be fitted so that the
safety notch, which stops it sliding out,
faces the inside of the oven; the guard
rail shall be at the back.
To dismantle, operate in reverse order.
Guard rail
Stop notch
Fig. 6.1
A
HOLE FOR ROTISSERIE
A
Fig. 6.2
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TELESCOPIC SLIDING SHELF SUPPORTS (SOME MODELS ONLY)
The telescopic sliding shelf supports make it safer and easier to insert and remove the
oven shelves and trays. They stop when they are pulled out to the maximum position.
Important! When fitting the sliding shelf supports, make sure that you fit:
• The slides to the top wire of a rack. They do not fit on the lower wire.
• The slides so that they run out towards the oven door.
• Both sides of each pair of shelf slides.
• Both sides on the same level.
To fix the sliding shelf supports onto the side racks:
• Screw the side racks onto the oven wall (interposing the catalytic panels if supplied)
(fig. 6.2).
• Fit the sliding shelf supports onto the top wire of a rack and press (fig. 6.3). You will
hear a click as the safety locks clip over the wire.
IMPORTANT NOTE: when cooking with the rotisserie DO NOT position the grill
support on the sliding shelf supports.
To remove the telescopic sliding shelf supports:
• Remove the side racks (and the catalytic liners if supplied) by unscrewing the fixing
screws (fig. 6.2).
• Lay down the telescopic sliding shelf support and side racks, with the telescopic sliding
shelf support underneath.
• Find the safety locks. These are the tabs that clip over the wire of the side rack (arrow
1 in fig. 6.4).
• Pull the safety locks away from the wire to release the wire (arrow 2 in fig. 6.4).
Cleaning the sliding shelf supports:
• Wipe the supports with a damp cloth and a mild detergent only.
• Do not wash them in the dishwasher, immerse them in soapy water, or use oven
cleaner on them.
1
Fig. 6.3
2
1
Fig. 6.4
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REPLACING THE OVEN LIGHTS
WARNING: Ensure the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid
the possibility of electric shock.
• Let the oven cavity and the heating elements to cool down.
• Switch off the electrical supply.
• Remove the protective cover “A” (fig. 6.5).
•
Replace the halogen lamp “B” with a new one suitable for high temperatures having
the following specifications 220-240V , 50/60Hz, and same power (check watt power
as stamped in the bulb itself) of the replaced lamp.
IMPORTANT WARNING: Never replace the bulb with bare hands; contamination
from your fingers can cause premature failure.
Always use a clean cloth or gloves.
Refit the protective cover “A”.
•
NOTE: Oven bulb replacement is not covered by your guarantee.
WRONG
CORRECT
A
Fig. 6.5
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B
B
A
ADVICE FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE OF CATALYTIC PANELS
(SOME MODELS ONLY)
The catalytic panels are covered with special microporous enamel which absorbs and does
away with oil and fat splashes during normal baking over 200°C.
If, after cooking very fatty foods, the panels remain dirty, operate the oven “idling” on max
temperature for about 30 minutes.
These panels do not require to be cleaned, however it is advised to periodically remove
them from the oven (at least the side panels) and to wash them with tepid soapy water and
then wipe off with a soft cloth.
DO NOT CLEAN OR WASH THEM WITH ABRASIVE PRODUCTS OR WITH PRODUCTS
CONTAINING ACIDS OR ALKALIS.
The side panels are reversible and when the catalytic microporous enamel degrades, they
can be turned to the other side.
GREASE FILTER (SOME MODELS ONLY)
•
A special screen is provided at the back of the oven to catch grease particles, mainly
when meat is being roasted (fig. 6.6). Slide in the grease filter on the back of the oven
as in fig. 6.6.
•
When baking pastry etc. this filter should be removed.
•
Clean the filter after any cooking!
The grease filter can be removed for cleaning and should be washed regularly in hot
soapy water.
Always clean the filter after cooking as any solid residues on it might adversely affect
the oven performance.
•
Always dry the filter properly before fitting it back into the oven.
Fig. 6.6
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STORAGE COMPARTMENT
The storage compartment is accessible through the pivoting panel (fig. 6.7).
Do not store flammable material in the oven or in the storage compartment.
Fig. 6.7
REMOVING AND REPLACING THE INNER DOOR GLASS PANES FOR CLEANING
If you wish to clean the inner glass panes of the door, make sure you follow the precautions
and instructions very carefully.
Replacing the glass panes and the door incorrectly may result in damage to the appliance
and may void your warranty.
IMPORTANT!
•
Take care, the oven door is heavy. If you have any doubts, do not attempt to remove
the door.
•
Make sure the oven and all its parts have cooled down. Do not attempt to handle the
parts of a hot oven.
•
Take extreme care when handling the glass panes. Avoid the edges of the glass
bumping against any surface. This may result in the glass shattering.
•
CAUTION:
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven
door glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of
the glass.
•
If you notice any sign of damage on any of the glass panes (such as chipping, or
cracks), do not use the oven. Call your Authorised Service Centre or Customer Care.
•
Make sure you replace the glass panes correctly. Do not use the oven without glass
pane correctly in place.
•
If the glass pane feels difficult to remove or replace, do not force it. Call your Authorised
Repairer or Customer Care for help.
Note: Service visits providing assistance with using or maintaining the appliance are
not covered by your warranty.
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REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
The oven door can easily be removed as
follows:
•
•
•
•
Fig. 6.8
•
A
•
Open the door to the full extent (fig.
6.8).
Open the lever “A” completely on the
left and right hinges (fig. 6.9).
Hold the door as shown in fig. 6.10.
Gently close the door (fig. 6.11) until
left and right hinge levers “A” are
hooked to part “B” of the door (fig. 6.9).
Withdraw the hinge hooks from their
location following arrow “C” (fig. 6.12).
Rest the door on a soft surface.
B
Fig. 6.9
Fig. 6.10
C
Fig. 6.11
Fig. 6.12
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REMOVING THE INNER AND MIDDLE PANES OF GLASS
The oven door is fitted with no. 3 panes:
•
no. 1 outside;
•
no. 1 inner;
•
no. 1 in the middle.
To clean all panes on both sides it is necessary to remove the inner and the middle panes
as follows.
REMOVE THE INNER GLASS PANES RETAINER
1. Remove the oven door and place it on a soft surface.
IMPORTANT: The door shall be placed horizontally as per fig. 6.13.
2. Press down on both tabs to release the glass retainer.
3. Remove the glass retainer.
1
2
2
1
2
Fig. 6.13
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REMOVE THE INNER GLASS PANE
Lift and remove the inner pane slightly, as shown in the figure 6.14
2
1
Fig. 6.14
REMOVE THE MIDDLE GLASS PANE
Slide the middle pane slightly towards yourself (1), then lift (2) and slide out (3) as shown
in the figure 6.15.
3
2
1
Fig. 6.15
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AFTER CLEANING, REPLACE THE GLASS PANES
When replacing the glass panes, make sure that:
•
You replace the panes correctly, as shown. The panes must be in the position described
below in order to fit into the door and to ensure that the appliance operates safely and
correctly.
•
You take extra care not to bump the edges of the glass against any object or surface.
•
You do not force the panes into place. If you are experiencing difficulties replacing the
panes, remove them and start the process again from the beginning. If this still does
not help, call Customer Care.
1. Take the middle pane (B) and hold it firmly.
Important!
Check you are holding the pane the correct way. You should be able to read the
wording on it as it faces you.
2. Insert the pane into the middle pair of grooves (1), push it slightly towards yourself (2)
and gently lower into place (3).
Important!
Use the middle pair of grooves. The pair of grooves closest to the outer pane
must remain empty.
3
2
1
Middle
pane (B)
Fig. 6.16
36
Empty grooves
3
3. Take the inner pane, holding it with the angle-cut corner orientated as shown. Insert
it in the uppermost pair of grooves (1), push it slightly towards yourself (2) and gently
lower into place (3).
Important!
Make sure that the angle-cut corner of the inner pane is at the bottom of the oven
door, on the left-hand side. It has to be in this position for the door to function
correctly.
Check that the gasket (D) is in place. It should sit on the inner pane of glass in the
centre as shown.
D
Angle-cut corner
2
3
1
Fig. 6.17
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REPLACE THE GLASS RETAINER
1. Position the glass retainer, as shown in the figure 6.18. It should sit on the bottom edge
of the outer glass. Check that the clamps “M” are not deformed or damaged.
2. Gently push the glass retainer back into place. You should be able to hear the tabs on
both sides click as they lock the glass retainer in.
Important !
Make sure the glass retainer is correctly and firmly in place and that the glass panes
are secure.
2
Click
M
1
M
1
M
2
Click
Fig. 6.18
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REFIT THE DOOR
1. Hold the door firmly (fig. 6.19).
2. Insert the hinge tongues into the slots, making sure that the groove drops into place
as shown in the figure 6.20.
3. Open the door to its full extent.
4. Fully close the levers “A” on the left and right hinges, as shown in the figure 6.21.
5. Close the door and check that it is properly in place.
Fig. 6.19
A
Fig. 6.20
Fig. 6.21
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Advice for the installer
IMPORTANT
•
Cooker installation must only be carried out by QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS and in
compliance with local safety standards. Failure to install the appliance correctly could
invalidate any manufacturer’s warranty.
•
The appliance must be installed in compliance with regulations in force in your country
and in observation of the manufacturer’s instructions.
•
Always disconnect the appliance from the electrical supply before carrying out any
maintenance operations or repairs.
•
Some appliances are supplied with a protective film on steel and aluminium parts.
This film must be removed before using the cooker.
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7
INSTALLATION
LOCATION
The appliance must be kept no less than 50 mm away from any side wall which exceed the
height of the hob surface (fig. 7.1).
Curtains must not be fitted immediatly behind appliance or within 500 mm of the sides.
It is essential that the cooker is positioned as stated below.
The appliance must be housed in heat resistant units.
The walls of the units must be capable of resisting temperatures of 75 °C above
room temperature.
Do not install the appliance near inflammable materials (eg. curtains).
500 mm
450 mm
650 mm
If the cooker is located on a pedestal it is necessary to provide safety measures to prevent
falling out.
50 mm
Fig. 7.1
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LEVELLING THE COOKER
The cooker is equipped with 4 LEVELLING
FEET and may be levelled by screwing or
unscrewing the feet with a spanner (fig.
7.2).
The adjustable feet are already fitted to the
cooker but the locking nuts which can be
found in the oven packaging require to be
fitted as detailed on figures 7.3 - 7.4.
It is important to observe the prescriptions
of figures 7.3 - 7.4.
Fig. 7.3
Fig. 7.2
00
++88 mm
mm
Fig. 7.4
++88 mm
mm
+ 35mm
mm
+13
Fig. 7.5
SOME MODELS ONLY
C
B
A
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BACKGUARD (SUPPLIED
SOME MODELS ONLY)
WITH
Before installing the cooker, assemble the
backguard “C” (fig. 7.5).
•
The backguard “C” can be found
packed at the rear of the cooker.
•
Before assembling remove
protective film/adhesive tape.
•
Remove the two spacers “A” and the
screw “B” from the rear of the cooktop.
•
Assemble the backguard as shown
in figure 7.5 and fix it by screwing the
central screw “B” and the spacers “A”.
any
MOVING THE COOKER
WARNING: When raising cooker to upright position always ensure two people carry
out this manoeuvre to prevent damage to the adjustable feet (fig. 7.6).
Fig. 7.6
WARNING
Be carefull: do not lift the cooker by the
door handle when raising to the upright
position (fig. 7.7).
Fig. 7.7
WARNING
When moving cooker to its final position
DO NOT DRAG (fig. 7.8).
Lift feet clear of floor (fig. 7.6).
Fig. 7.8
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ANTI-TILT BRACKET
Important!
To restrain the appliance and prevent it tipping accidentally, the anti-tilt bracket
supplied must be fitted according to the instructions below.
To fit the anti-tilt bracket:
1. After you have located where the cooker is to be positioned, mark on the wall and on
the floor the place where the four screws of the anti-tilt bracket have to be fitted.
Please follow the indications given in fig. 7.9.
2. Drill four 8mm diameter holes for the fixing screws (two in the wall and two in the floor
see fig. 7.9) and insert the plastic plugs supplied.
Important!
Before drilling the holes, check that you will not damage any pipes or electrical
wires.
3. Attach the anti-tilt bracket to the floor and rear wall using the four screws supplied, as
shown in fig. 7.9.
4. After attaching the anti-tilt bracket securely, slide the cooker into place. Ensure that the
rear left foot slides under the bracket, as shown in fig. 7.9.
Dotted line showing the position
of the cooker when installed
Anti-tilt
bracket
Fig. 7.9
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Rear left
foot of cooker
8
ELECTRICAL SECTION
IMPORTANT: The cooker must be
installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Incorrect installation, for which the
manufacturer accepts no responsbility,
may cause injury to persons or animals
etc.
If the installation requires alterations to the
domestic electrical system, call an expert.
He should also check that the domestic
electrical system is suitable for the power
absorbed by the appliance.
GENERAL
•
•
•
•
•
Connection to the mains must be
carried out by qualified personnel in
accordance with current regulations.
The appliance must be connected to
the mains checking that the voltage
corresponds to the value given in the
rating plate and that the electrical
cable sections can withstand the load
specified on the plate.
IMPORTANT: this cooker must be
connected to a suitable double pole
control unit adjacent to the cooker.
WARNING!
This appliance must be earthed.
The cooker can be connected directly
to the mains placing an omnipolar
switch with minimum opening between
the contacts of 3 mm between the
appliance and the mains.
The power supply cable must not touch
any hot parts and must be positioned
so that it does not exceed 75°C at any
point.
Once the cooker has been installed,
the switch must always be accessible.
N.B. For connection to the mains, do
not use adapters, reducers or branching
devices as they can cause overheating
and burning.
Before effecting any intervention on
the electrical parts of the appliance,
the connection to the network must be
interrupted.
The connection of the appliance to
earth is mandatory.
The
manufacturer
declines
all
responsability for any inconvenience
resulting from the inobservance of this
condition.
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CONNECTION OF THE POWER SUPPLY CABLE
•
Unhook the terminal board cover by inserting a screwdriver into the two hooks A (fig.
8.1).
•
Unscrew the screw D and open completely the cable clamp E (figs. 8.2 - 8.3 - 8.4).
•
Position the U bolts F onto terminal board G (figs. 8.2 - 8.3 - 8.4) according to the
diagrams in fig. 8.5.
•
Connect the phase, neutral and earth wires to terminal board G according to the
diagrams in fig. 8.5.
•
Strain the feeder cable and block it with cable clamp E (by screwing screw D).
•
Close the terminal block cover (check the two hooks A are correctly hooked).
IMPORTANT: To connect the power supply cable DO NOT unscrew the screws fixing
the cover plate behind the terminal block.
WARNING: If the power supply cable is damaged, it must be replaced only by an
authorised service agent in order to avoid a hazard.
FEEDER CABLE SECTION
“TYPE H05RR-F or H05VV-F”
220-240 V ac
3 x 6 mm2 (**)
380-415 V 3N ac
5 x 2,5 mm2 (**)
380-415 V 2N ac
4 x 6 mm2 (**)
(**) Connection with wall box connection.
A
Fig. 8.1
46
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Diversity factor applied.
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A diversity factor may be applied to the
total loading of the appliance only by a
suitably qualified person.
1
L1
F
1
G
2
2
F
3
4
G
L1
L2
3
4
N
L2
D
5
N
D
PE
220-240
230VVac
~
E
1
2
L1
F
E
Fig. 8.3
G
3
4
5
N
D
PE
380-415
400 VV 3N ac
~
E
220-240
230 V V ac
1
3
N (L 2)
PE
PE
L2
L3
L1
400 V
~
380-415
V 2N ac
Fig. 8.2
5
5
2
4
Fig. 8.4
380-415
V 2N ac
400 V 2N
L1
1
L2
3
N
PE
5
2
4
380-415
V 3N ac
400 V 3N
L1
L2
L3
1
N
PE
5
3
2
4
Fig. 8.5
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present booklet.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make all modifications to its products deemed necessary for manufacturer
commercial reasons at any moment and without prior notice, without jeopardising the essential functional and safety
characteristics of the appliances.
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