59589A002_CUCINA EVO_COMPLETO_0515

07/2015
Mod: G22/6B12T-N
Production code: 393011
CONTENTS
I. IMAGES ..............................................................................................................................................2
II. DATAPLATE and TECHNICAL DATA ..................................................................................................29
III. GENERAL INSTRUCTION ..................................................................................................................32
IV. FOREWORD ........................................................................................................................................34
V. INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................................35
1. GENERAL INFORMATION...................................................................................................................35
2. TRANSPORT, HANDLING AND STORAGE ........................................................................................37
3. INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY ........................................................................................................37
4. FUME EXHAUST .................................................................................................................................39
5. CONNECTIONS ...................................................................................................................................39
6. SAFETY THERMOSTAT .......................................................................................................................41
7. BEFORE COMPLETING INSTALLATION OPERATIONS ....................................................................41
8. HANDRAIL ...........................................................................................................................................42
VI. INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPERATOR FOR NORMAL MACHINE USE..................................................42
1. COOKTOP............................................................................................................................................42
2. STATIC OVEN USE ..............................................................................................................................43
3. FAN OVEN USE ...................................................................................................................................44
VII. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE .....................................................................................................45
1. GENERAL SAFETY RULES ................................................................................................................45
2. NORMAL MACHINE USE ....................................................................................................................46
3. MACHINE CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ......................................................................................47
4. MACHINE DISPOSAL ..........................................................................................................................50
5. ENCLOSED DOCUMENTATION ..........................................................................................................50
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II. DATAPLATE AND TECHNICAL DATA
ATTENTION
This manual contains instructions relevant to various appliances. See the dataplate located under the control
panel to identify the appliance (see fig. above).
TABLE A - Electrical appliance technical data
MODELS
TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply voltage
+9ECED2Q00
400mm
+9ECED2Q0N
400mm
+9ECMD2005
400mm
+9ECMD2006
400mm
+9ECEH4Q00
800mm
+9ECEH4Q0N
800mm
+9ECMH4005
800mm
+9ECMH4006
800mm
+9ECEH4QE0
800mm
+9ECEH4QEN
800mm
+9ECMH4025
800mm
+9ECMH4026
800mm
440
V
380-400
230
400
440
380-400
230
400
440
380-400
230
400
Phases
No.
3N
3
3
3
3N
3
3
3
3N
3
3
3
Frequency
Hz
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
Cooktop hot-plates
No.
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Cooktop hot-plate max. power
kW
8
8
8
8
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
16
Oven max. power
kW
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
6
6
6
6
Nominal max. power
kW
7,5 - 8
8
8
8
15 - 16
16
16
16
20 - 22
22
22
22
Power cable section
mm
2,5
4
2,5
1,5
4
10
4
2,5
6
16
6
6
2
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TABLE A - Gas/electrical appliance technical data - Modelli con piano cottura senza pilota
MODELS
TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply voltage
+9GCGDTC00
400mm
+9GCGDTC0M
400mm
+9GCGHTC00
800mm
+9GCGHTC0M +9GCGHTCGL +9GCGHTCG0
800mm
800mm
800mm
+9GCGLTC00
1200mm
+9GCGLTC0M
1200mm
V
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
Electrical power absorbed
kW
0,01
0,01
0,01
0,01
0,01
0,01
0,01
0,01
Phases
No.
1N
1N
1N
1N
1N
1N
1N
1N
Frequency
Hz
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
1/2"
Connection ISO 7/1 - BS/P connection(*)
Ø
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
Cooktop burners
No.
2
2
4
4
4
4
6
6
Cooktop nominal heat output
kW
12
20
28
40
24
28
44
60
A1
Type of construction
Oven type
Oven max. heat output
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
-
-
-
-
-
Gas
Gas
-
-
kW
-
-
-
-
8,5
8,5
-
-
Oven min. heat output
kW
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Nominal heat output
kW
12
20
28
40
32,5
36,5
44
60
+9GCGLTC1M
1200mm
+9GCGLTCL0
1200mm
+9GCGHTCV0
800mm
9GCGHTCVM
800mm
+9GCGHTSE0
800mm
380-400
(*)=AUSTRALIA
MODELS
+9GCGHTCGM +9GCGLTC10
800mm
1200mm
TECHNICAL DATA
Power supply voltage
+9GCGLTCLM +9GCGHTCVL
1200mm
800mm
V
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
220-230
Electrical power absorbed
kW
0,01
0,01
0,01
0,01
0,01
0,2
0,2
0,2
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Phases
No.
1N
1N
1N
1N
1N
1N
1N
1N
3N
Frequency
Hz
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
50/60
Connection ISO 7/1 - BS/P connection(*)
Ø
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
1/2"
Cooktop burners
No.
4
6
6
6
6
4
4
4
4
Cooktop nominal heat output
kW
40
44
60
44
60
24
28
40
28
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
A1
-
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Gas
Elettrico
Oven max. heat output
kW
8,5
8,5
8,5
12
12
10,5
10,5
10,5
-
Oven min. heat output
kW
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Nominal heat output
kW
48,5
52,5
68,5
56
72
34,5
38,5
50,5
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Type of construction
Oven type
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A reproduction of the marking or dataplate on the machine is given below:
GAS
EL.
The meaning of the various information given on it is listed
below:
Electrolux Professional SPA
Viale Treviso, 15
33170 Pordenone
(Italy)
Manufacturer
F.Mod. ..................................... factory description of product
Comm.Model .......................... commercial description
PNC ........................................ production number code
Ser.No .................................... serial number
El:............................................ power supply voltage+phase
Hz: .......................................... power supply frequency
kW:.......................................... max. power input
A ............................................. current absorption
Power unit El.:......................... power
I .............................................. dust and water protection rating
CE .......................................... CE marking
AB ........................................... gas safety certificate number
N ............................................. certification group
0051........................................ notified body
EN 203-1 ................................ EU standard
L.............................................. Logo INQ/GS
Cat .......................................... Gas Category
Pmbar ..................................... Gas pressure
When installing the appliance, make sure the electrical
connection is carried out in compliance with that specified
on the dataplate.
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III. GENERAL INSTRUCTION
•
•
Carefully read the instruction handbook before using the appliance.
After installation keep the instruction handbook for future consultation.
•
FIRE HAZARD - Keep the area around the appliance clear and free
from combustible materials. Do not keep flammable materials in the vicinity of the appliance.
•
Install the appliance in a well-ventilated place to avoid the creation
of dangerous mixtures of unburnt gases in the same room
•
Air recirculation must take into account the air necessary for combustion,
2 m³/h/kW of gas power, and also the “well-being” of persons working in the
kitchen.
Inadequate ventilation causes asphyxia. Do not obstruct the ventilation
system in the place where this appliance is installed. Do not obstruct the vents
or ducts of this or other appliances.
•
sos
•
Place emergency telephone numbers in a visible position.
•
Installation and maintenance must only be carried out by qualified personnel
authorised by the manufacturer. For assistance, contact an authorised technical centre. Demand original spare parts.
•
This appliance is designed for cooking food. It is intended for industrial
use. Any use different from that indicated is improper.
•
This appliance must not be used by minors and adults with limited physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or without adequate experience and knowledge
regarding its use.
•
Personnel using the appliance must be trained and instructed regarding
the risks involved.
•
Do not leave the appliance unattended when operating.
•
Turn the appliance off in case of fault or poor operation.
Do not use products (even if diluted) containing chlorine (sodium hypochlo•
rite, hydrochloric or muriatic acid, etc.) to clean the appliance or the floor under
it. Do not use metal tools to clean steel parts (wire brushes or Scotch Brite type
scouring pads).
•
Do not allow oil or grease to come into contact with plastic parts.
•
Do not allow dirt, fat, food or other residuals to form deposits on the appliance.
•
Do not clean the appliance with direct jets of water.
•
Do not spray water or use steam to clean the equipment.
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•
The weighted sound pressure level emitted A does not exceed 70 dB (A).
•
This instruction booklet is available in digital format by contacting the
dealer or customer care.
•
Install a safety circuit breaker ahead of the appliance. The contact opening
distance and max. leakage current must comply with the regulations in force.
•
The appliance must be earthed; it must be included in an equipotential
node by means of the screw located under the appliance frame at the back right
.
hand side. The screw is marked with the symbol
•
It is advisable to have the appliance inspected by an authorised person
at least every 12 months. For this purpose, it is advisable to stipulate a servicing
contract.
L
•
The symbol
given on the product indicates that it should not be considered domestic waste, but must be correctly disposed of in order to prevent
any negative consequences for the environment and the health of persons.
For further information regarding the recycling of this product, contact the product agent or local dealer, the after-sales service or the local body responsible for
waste disposal.
Failure to observe the above indications may compromise the safety of the appliance and will render the guarantee
null. Failure to observe the above invalidates the warranty.
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IV. FOREWORD
The installation, use and maintenance Manual (hereinafter Manual) provides the user with information
necessary for correct and safe use of the machine (hereinafter “machine” or “appliance”). The following
must not be considered a long and exacting list of warnings, but rather a set of instructions suitable
for improving machine performance in every respect and, above all, preventing injury to persons and
animals and damage to property due to improper operating procedures. All persons involved in machine
transport, installation, commissioning, use and maintenance, repair and disassembly must consult and carefully
read this manual before carrying out the various operations, in order to avoid wrong and improper actions that
could compromise the machine’s integrity or endanger persons. Make sure to periodically inform the appliance
user regarding the safety regulations. It is also important to instruct and update personnel authorised to operate
on the machine, regarding its use and maintenance. The manual must be available to operators and carefully
kept in the place where the machine is used, so that it is always at hand for consultation in case of doubts or
whenever required. If, after reading this manual, there are still doubts regarding machine use, do not hesitate to
contact the Manufacturer or the authorised after-sales service centre, to receive prompt and precise assistance
for better operation and maximum efficiency of the machine. During all stages of machine use, always respect the
current regulations on safety, work hygiene and environmental protection. It is the user’s responsibility to make
sure the machine is started and operated only in optimum conditions of safety for persons, animals and property.
The manufacturer declines any liability for operations carried out on the appliance without respecting
the instructions given in this manual. No part of this manual may be reproduced.
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V. INSTALLATION
1.
•
GENERAL INFORMATION
AUSTRALIA: this appliance shall be installed only by authorised persons and in accordance with the manufacturer’s installation instructions, local gas fitting regulations,municipal building codes, electrical wiring regulations,
local water supply regulations, AS5601-gas installation,
health authorites and any other statutory regulations.
1.1. INTRODUCTION
Given below is some basic information regarding the
machine’s intended use, its testing, and a description of the
symbols used (that identify the type of warning), the definitions of terms used in the manual and useful information for
the appliance user.
1.2. INTENDED USE AND RESTRICTIONS
Install the appliance in compliance with the current regulations and laws regarding installation of electric and
gas appliances.
ATTENTION: The machine is not suitable for installation
outdoors and/or in places exposed to atmospheric agents
(rain, direct sunlight, etc.).
The manufacturer declines any liability for improper use
of the product.
1.3. TESTING AND INSPECTION
Our appliances are designed and optimised, with laboratory
testing, in order to obtain high performance and efficiency. The
product is shipped ready for use. Passing of the tests (visual
inspection - electrical/gas test - functional test) is guaranteed
and certified by the specific enclosures.
1.4.
DEFINITIONS
Listed below are the definitions of the main terms used in the
manual. Carefully read them before using the manual.
Operator
machine installation, adjustment, use, maintenance, cleaning,
repair and transport personnel.
Manufacturer
Electrolux Professional SPA or any other service centre authorised by Electrolux Professional SPA.
Operator for normal machine use
an operator who has been informed and trained regarding the
tasks and hazards involved in normal machine use.
Risk
a combination of probabilities and risks of injury or harm to
health in a hazardous situation.
Protection devices
safety measures consisting of the use of specific technical
means (guards and safety devices) for protecting operators
against risks.
Guard
an element of a machine used in a specific way to provide
protection by means of a physical barrier.
Safety device
a device (other than a guard) that eliminates or reduces the
risk; it can be used alone or in combination with a guard.
Customer
the person who purchased the machine and/or who manages
and uses it (e.g. company, entrepreneur, firm).
Electrocution
an accidental discharge of electric current on a human body.
1.5.
TYPOGRAPHICAL CONVENTIONS
For best use of the manual, and therefore the machine, it is
advisable to have good knowledge of the terms and typographical conventions used in the documentation. The following
symbols are used in the manual to indicate and identify the
various types of hazards:
ATTENTION!
RISK FOR THE HEALTH AND SAFETY
OF OPERATORS.
ATTENTION!
DANGER OF ELECTROCUTION DANGEROUS VOLTAGE.
ATTENTION!
RISK OF DAMAGE TO THE MACHINE.
Words further explaining the type of hazard are placed next to
the symbols in the text. The warnings are intended to guarantee
the safety of personnel and prevent damage to the machine or
the product being worked. The drawings and diagrams given
in the manual are not in scale. They supplement the written
information with an outline, but are not intended to be a detailed
representation of the machine supplied. The numerical values
given on the machine installation diagrams refer to measurements expressed in mm.
Technical assistance or specialised technician
an operator instructed/trained by the Manufacturer and who,
based on his professional and specific training, experience
and knowledge of the accident-prevention regulations, is able
to appraise the operations to be carried out on the machine
and recognise and prevent any risks. His professionalism
covers the mechanical, electrotechnical and electronics fields.
Danger
source of possible injury or harm to health.
Hazardous situation
any situation where an operator is exposed to one or more
hazards.
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ATTENTION!
Do not remove, tamper with or make the machine
“CE” marking illegible.
ATTENTION!
Refer to the data given on the machine “CE”
marking for relations with the Manufacturer (e.g.
when ordering spare parts, etc.).
ATTENTION!
When scrapping the machine, the “CE” marking
must be destroyed.
1.9. PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
Given below is a summary table of the Personal Protection
Equipment (PPE) to be used during the various stages of the
machine’s service life.
Protective Safety
garments footwear
Gloves
Glasses
Safety
helmets
Stage
Transport
Handling
Unpacking
Assembly
1.6. APPLIANCE IDENTIFICATION
This manual contains instructions relevant to various appliances.
See the appliance dataplate located under the control panel
to identify the appliance product code.
Normal use
Adjustments
Routine
cleaning
Extraordinary
cleaning
Maintenence
1.7. COPYRIGHT
This manual is intended solely for consultation by the operator
and can only be given to third parties with the permission of
Electrolux Professional SPA.
1.8. RESPONSIBILITY
The Manufacturer declines any liability for damage and malfunctioning caused by:
• non-compliance with the instructions contained in this
manual;
• repairs not carried out in a workmanlike fashion, and
replacements with parts different from those specified in
the spare parts catalogue (the fitting and use of non-original spare parts and accessories can negatively affect
machine operation and invalidates the warranty);
• operations by non-specialised technicians;
• unauthorised modifications or operations;
• inadequate maintenance;
• improper machine use;
• unforeseeable extraordinary events;
• use of the machine by uninformed and untrained personnel;
• non-application of the current provisions in the country of
use, concerning safety, hygiene and health in the workplace.
The Manufacturer declines any liability for damage caused
by arbitrary modifications and conversions carried out by the
user or the Customer. The employer, workplace manager or
service technician are responsible for identifying and choosing
adequate and suitable personal protection equipment to be
worn by operators, in compliance with regulations in force in
the country of use.
Electrolux Professional SPA declines any liability for any
inaccuracies contained in the manual, if due to printing or
translation errors.
Any supplements to the installation, use and maintenance
manual the Customer receives from the Manufacturer will
form an integral part of the manual and therefore must be
kept together with it.
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Dismantling
Scrapping
Key:
PPE REQUIRED
PPE AVAILABLE OR TO BE USED IF NECESSARY
PPE NOT REQUIRED
During Normal use , gloves protect hands from contact with
hot food or hot parts of the appliance.
1.10. KEEPING THE MANUAL
The manual must be carefully kept for the entire life of the
machine, until scrapping.
The manual must stay with the machine in case of transfer,
sale, hire, granting of use or leasing.
1.11. RECIPIENTS OF THE MANUAL
This manual is intended for:
• the carrier and handling personnel;
• installation and commissioning personnel;
• the employer of machine users and the workplace manager;
• operators for normal machine use;
• specialised technicians - after-sales service.
2. TRANSPORT, HANDLING AND
STORAGE
2.1. INTRODUCTION
Transport (i.e. transfer of the machine from one place to
another) and handling (i.e. transfer inside workplaces) must
occur with the use of special and adequate means.
ATTENTION!
Given their size, the machines can be stacked
on top of each other during transport, handling
and storage by complying with that specified
on the slip placed on the packing;
The machine must only be transported, handled and stored
by qualified personnel, who must:
- have specific technical training and experience in the use
of lifting systems;
- have knowledge of the safety regulations and applicable
laws in the relevant sector;
- have knowledge of the general safety rules;
- ensure the use of personal protection equipment suitable
for the type of operation carried out;
- be able to recognise and avoid any possible hazard.
2.2.
ATTENTION!
For machine lifting, do not use movable or weak
parts such as: casings, electrical raceways,
pneumatic parts, etc.
2.5. TRANSLATION
The operator must:
• have a general view of the path to be followed;
• stop the manoeuvre in case of hazardous situations.
ATTENTION!
Do not push or pull the appliance to move it,
as it may tip over.
2.6. PLACING THE LOAD
Before placing the load, make sure the way is free and that the
floor is flat and can take the load. Remove the appliance from
the wooden pallet, move it to one side, then slide it onto the floor.
TRANSPORT: INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE CARRIER
2.7. STORAGE
The machine and/or its parts must be stored and protected
against damp, in a non-aggressive place free of vibrations
and with room temperature between -10°C and 50°C. The
place where the machine is stored must have a flat support
surface in order to avoid any twisting of the machine or damage to the support feet.
ATTENTION!
Do not stand under suspended loads during
loading/unloading operations. Unauthorised
personnel must not enter the work area.
ATTENTION!
Machine positioning, installation and disassembly must be carried out by a specialised
technician.
ATTENTION!
The machine’s weight alone is not sufficient to
keep it steady. The transported load can shift:
- when braking;
- when accelerating;
- in corners;
- on rough roads.
ATTENTION!
Do not make modifications to the parts supplied
with the machine. Any missing or faulty parts
must be replaced with original parts.
2.3. HANDLING
Arrange a suitable area with flat floor for machine unloading
and storage operations.
2.4. PROCEDURES FOR HANDLING OPERATIONS
For correct and safe lifting operations:
• use the type of equipment most suitable for characteristics
and capacity (e.g. electric pallet truck or lift truck);
• cover sharp edges;
Before lifting:
• send all operators to a safe position and prevent persons
from entering the handling area;
• make sure the load is stable;
• make sure no material can fall during lifting. Manoeuvre
vertically in order to avoid impacts;
• handle the machine, keeping it at minimum height from
the ground.
WARNINGS
• Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours,
liquids or items in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
• Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this appliance while
it is in operation.
• Never check for leaks with an open flame.
• The appliance is not suitable for a marine environment.
3.
INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY
To ensure correct operation of the appliance and maintain
safe conditions during use, carefully follow the instructions
given below in this section.
ATTENTION!
The operations described below must be carried out in compliance with the current safety
regulations, regarding the equipment used and
the operating procedures.
ATTENTION!
Before moving the appliance make sure the
capacity of the lifting equipment used is suitable for its weight.
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3.1. CUSTOMER’S RESPONSIBILITIES
The Customer must:
- prearrange a high-sensitivity manual-reset differential thermal-magnetic switch. For information regarding the electrical
connection, refer to par. 5.2 “Electrical connection”;
- check the flatness of the surface on which the machine is
placed.
- prearrange a device lockable in the open position for the
connection to the power supply.
- prearrange the connection to a suitable earthing system
(par. 5.2.3)
- install a rapid gas shutoff valve ahead of each individual
appliance. Install the valve in an easily accessed place.
3.2. MACHINE SPACE LIMITS
A suitable space must be left around the machine (for operations, maintenance, etc.). This space must be increased in
case of use and/or transfer of other equipment and/or means
or if exit routes are necessary inside the workplace.
3.3. POSITIONING
The installation diagram provided in this instruction manual
gives the appliance overall dimensions and the position of
connections (gas, electricity, water).
The appliance can be installed separately or combined with
other appliances of the same range.
The appliances are not suitable for recess-mounting. Leave at
least 10 cm between the appliance and side or rear walls.
Suitably insulate surfaces that are at distances less than
that indicated. Maintain an adequate distance between the
appliance and any combustible walls. Do not store or use
flammable materials and liquids near the appliance.
Install the appliance, taking all the safety precautions required
for this type of operation, also respecting the relevant fire-prevention instructions. If the machine is installed in places where
there are corrosive substances (chlorine, etc.), it is advisable
to go over all the stainless steel surfaces with a rag soaked
in paraffin oil to create a protective film. The machine must
be taken to the place of installation and the packing base
removed only when being installed.
Arranging the machine:
• position the machine in the required place;
• adjust the height and levelling with the adjustment feet,
also checking correct door closing
•
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NOTE
PERMANENT CONNECTION: the device lockable
in the open position must be accessible even after
the appliance is installed in its place.
wear protective gloves and unpack the machine, carrying
out the following operations:
cut the straps and remove the protective film, taking care
not to scratch the surface if scissors or blades are used;
remove the polystyrene corners and the vertical protection
pieces. For appliances with stainless steel cabinet, remove the
protective film very slowly without tearing it, to avoid leaving
glue stuck to the surface. Should this happen, remove the
traces of glue with a non-corrosive solvent, rinsing it off and
drying thoroughly; it is advisable to go over all the stainless
steel surfaces with a rag soaked in paraffin oil in order to
create a protective film.
3.4. DISPOSAL OF PACKING
The packing must be disposed of in compliance with the current
regulations in the country where the appliance is used. All the packing
materials are environmentally friendly. They can be safely kept, recycled or burnt in an appropriate waste incineration plant. Recyclable
plastic parts are marked as follows:
PE
PE
polyethylene: outer wrapping, instruction booklet bag
PP
PP
polypropylene: straps
PS
PS
polystyrene foam: corner protectors
The parts in wood and cardboard can be disposed of, respecting
the current regulations in the country where the machine is used.
3.5. FLOOR FIXING
To avoid accidental tipping of built-in half-module appliances
installed separately, fix them to the floor. The instructions
are enclosed with the corresponding accessory (F206210).
3.6. JOINING APPLIANCES
• (Fig.1A) Undo the 4 fixing screws and remove the control
panels of the appliances.
• (Fig.1B) Remove the fixing screw nearest the control
panel, from each side to be joined.
• (Fig.1D) Bring the appliances together and level them by
turning the feet until the tops match.
• (Fig.1C) Turn one of the two plates inside the appliances
180º.
• (Fig.1E) From inside the control panel of the same appliance, join them at the front side, screwing one M5x40
Hex Head screw (supplied) on the opposite insert.
• (Fig.1F) From the rear of the appliances, insert the coupling plate (provided) in the side slots on the back panels.
Secure the plate with two flathead M5 screws provided.
3.7. ASSEMBLY AND JOINING OF COUNTERTOP
APPLIANCES ON BASE, OVEN, BRIDGE, CANTILEVER
FRAME
Follow the instructions enclosed with the optional product
chosen.
3.8.
SEALING GAPS BETWEEN APPLIANCES
Follow the instructions enclosed with the optional sealing
paste pack.
4.
•
•
FUME EXHAUST
For Australia, ventilation must be in accordance with
AS5601/AG 601 - Gas installations.
The appliance should have adequate ventilation for complete combustion of gas, and kitchen exhaust hoods must
comply with AS/NZS1668.1 and AS 1668.2.
SUB CLAUSE 4.1 is not relevant for australian standard.
4.1. FUME EXHAUST FOR TYPE “A1” APPLIANCES
Position type “A1” appliances under an extraction hood to
ensure removal of fumes and steam produced by cooking.
5.
CONNECTIONS
Refer to the appliance dataplate for the product code.
See the installation diagrams for the position of connections
on the appliance:
- GAS (ø1/2” M ISO 7/1)
- ELECTRICITY
5.1. GAS APPLIANCES
IMPORTANT! This appliance is arranged and tested to operate
with G20 gas 20mbar; to convert it to another type of gas,
follow the instructions in par. 5.1.6. of this section.
5.1.1. BEFORE CONNECTING
• Make sure the appliance is arranged for the type of gas to
be used. Otherwise, carefully follow the instructions given
in the section: “Gas appliance conversion / adjustment”.
• Fit a rapid gas shutoff valve ahead of each appliance. Install
the valve in an easily accessed place.
5.1.3. SUPPLY PRESSURE CHECK (fig. 2A, 2B and 2C)
Make sure the appliance is suitable for the type of gas available,
according to that given on the dataplate (otherwise, follow the
instructions given in the section “Conversion to another type
of gas”). The supply pressure must be measured with the
appliance operating, using a pressure gauge (min. 0.1 mbar).
• Remove the control panel.
• Remove retaining screw “N” from the pressure point and
connect the manometer “O”.
• Compare the value read on the pressure gauge with that
given in Table B (see handbook Appendix)
• If the pressure gauge gives a pressure outside the range of
values in Table A, do not switch the appliance on. Consult
the gas company.
5.1.4. GAS PRESSURE REGULATOR
• The section of the gas supply line must be sufficient to
ensure the gas flow necessary for full operation of all the
appliances connected to the system.
If the gas pressure is higher than that specified or is difficult
to regulate (not stable), install a gas pressure regulator (accessory code 927225) in an easily accessed position ahead
of the appliance.
The pressure regulator should preferably be fitted horizontally,
to ensure the right outlet pressure:
• “1” connection side gas from mains.
• “2” pressure regulator;
• “3” connection side gas towards the appliance;
) indicates the gas
The arrow on the regulator (
flow direction.
2
•
•
Clean the pipes to remove any dust, dirt or foreign matter
which could block the supply.
The gas supply line must ensure the gas flow necessary
for full operation of all the appliances connected to the
system. A supply line with insufficient flow will affect correct operation of the appliances connected to it.
ATTENTION! Incorrect levelling of the appliance
can affect combustion and cause malfunctioning.
5.1.2. CONNECTION
• Before connecting the appliance to the gas supply, remove
the plastic protection cover from the gas connection on
the appliance.
• The appliance is arranged for connection on the bottom right
side; countertop models can be connected to the gas supply
using the rear connection, after unscrewing the metal closing
plug and screwing it tightly onto the front connection.
• After installation, use soapy water to check connections for leaks.
• The gas connection is male 1/2” BSP
3
1
AUSTRALIA: the gas pressure regulator supplied with the
appliance must be fitted to the appliance inlet. Adjust the test
point pressure with all hob burners operating at maximum
setting as follow:
- 1.0 KPa for Natural gas
- 2.65 KPa for Propane gas
NOTE! These models are designed and certified for use with
natural or propane gas. For natural gas, the pressure regulator
on the header is set to 8” w.c. (20mbar).
5.1.5. PRIMARY AIR CHECK (fig. 3A)
The primary air is correctly adjusted when the flame does
not “float” with the burner cold and there is no flareback with
the burner hot.
• Undo screw “A” and position aerator “E” at distance “H”
given in Table B; retighten screw “A” and seal with paint.
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5.1.6. CONVERSION TO ANOTHER TYPE OF GAS
Table B “technical data/gas nozzles” gives the type of nozzles
to be used when replacing those fitted by the manufacturer
(the number is stamped on the nozzle body). At the end of
the procedure, carry out the following check-list:
5.1.6.6 MINIMUM FLAME SCREW REPLACEMENT (large
oven 12kW, fig.2A)
• Unscrew min. flame screw “M” from the valve and replace
it with one suitable for the type of gas (screw down fully)
(Table B).
Check
5.1.6.7 REPLACING THE ADJUSTMENT SPRING OF THE
PRESSURE REGULATOR (AUSTRALIA)
• Replace the spring of the pressure regulator with one
suitable for the gas pressure type given in table B (see
handbook Appendix) as follows:
- Remove the seal cap, seal cap gasket, adjusting screw
and the spring.
- Insert the new spring and replace the adjusting screw.
- Connect a pressure gauge to the appliance’s test point
pressure (fig. 2A/2B/2C).
- Ignite the appliance’s burners so to have the maximum
gas consumption.
- Regulate the adjustment screw until the pressure gauge
shows the working pressure value (section 5.1.4 Gas
pressure regulator).
- Replace the seal cap and gasket and screw tightly closed.
- Remove the pressure gauge and close the test point
pressure.
- Prior to operation, test the gas pressure regulator for leaks.
Ok
• burner nozzle/s replacement
• correct adjustment of primary air supply to
burner/s
• pilot nozzle/s replacement
• minimum flame screw/s replacement
• correct adjustment pilot/s if necessary
• correct adjustment of supply pressure
(see technical data/gas nozzles table)
• apply sticker (supplied) with data of new gas type
used
5.1.6.1 MAIN BURNER NOZZLE REPLACEMENT (cooktop,
fig.3B)
• Unscrew nozzle “C” and replace it with one suitable for
the type of gas (Table B) complying with that given in the
following table.
• The nozzle diameter is given in hundredths of mm on the
nozzle body.
• Retighten nozzle “C”.
5.1.6.2 PILOT BURNER NOZZLE REPLACEMENT (cooktop,
fig. 3C)
• Undo screw coupling “H” and replace nozzle “G” with the
one suitable for the type of gas (Table B).
• The nozzle identification number is given on nozzle body.
• Retighten screw coupling “H”.
5.1.6.3 MINIMUM FLAME SCREW REPLACEMENT
(cooktop, fig.2B)
• Unscrew minimum flame screw “M” from the valve and
replace it with one suitable for the type of gas (screw down
fully) (Table B).
5.1.6.4 MAIN BURNER NOZZLE REPLACEMENT (oven, static/
fan - fig. 3A)
• Open the door and remove the floor of the oven.
• Unscrew nozzle “F” (Table B).
• Remove the nozzle and aerator.
• Replace nozzle “F” with the corresponding nozzle for the
selected gas, according to that given in the table B.
• The nozzle diameter is given in hundredths of mm on the
nozzle body.
• Insert nozzle “F” in aerator “E”, then fit the two assembled
components in their position, screwing the nozzle down tightly.
5.1.6.5 PILOT BURNER NOZZLE REPLACEMENT (oven, static/
fan - fig.3D)
• Open the door and remove the floor of the oven.
• Undo screw coupling “L” and replace nozzle “I” with one
suitable for the type of gas (Table B).
• The nozzle diameter is given in hundredths of mm on the
nozzle body.
• Retighten coupling “L”.
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5.2.
ELECTRIC APPLIANCES (oven or cooktop, fig. 4A)
5.2.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (Table C).
IMPORTANT! Before connecting, make sure the mains voltage
and frequency match that given on the dataplate.
ATTENTION!
Work on the electrical systems must only be
carried out by a qualified electrician.
Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance
operation, disconnect the appliance from the
power supply and carefully unplug it.
IMPORTANT! Before connecting make sure:
- the mains voltage and frequency match that given on the
dataplate and that there is an efficient earth contact.
- the system power supply is arranged and able to take the
actual current absorption and that it is correctly executed
according to the regulations in force in the country of use;
- a differential thermal-magnetic switch suitable for the
input specified on the dataplate, with contact gap enabling complete disconnection in category III overvoltage
conditions and complying with the regulations in force, is
installed between the power cable and the electric line.
For the correct size of the switch, refer to the absorbed
current specified on the appliance dataplate.
- the mains voltage and frequency match that given on the
dataplate.
5.2.2. TO ACCESS THE TERMINAL BLOCK
5.2.2.1 COUNTERTOP/MONOBLOCK MODELS (Fig. 4A Table A).
• Remove the appliance control panel by undoing the fixing
screws (fig. 4A 1-2).
• Connect the power cable to the terminal block according
to the wiring diagram provided with the appliance.
• Secure the power cable with the cable gland.
5.2.2.2 MONOBLOCK MODELS WITH COOKTOP WITHOUT
PILOT FLAME (Fig. 4C-4D - Table C).
• Remove the two screws “V” and slide the box “S” down to
access the terminal block “M”.
• Connect the power cable to the terminal block according
to the wiring diagram provided with the appliance.
• Secure the power cable with the cable gland.
• Reposition the box and secure it with the screws “V”.
7. B E F O R E C O M P L E T I N G T H E
INSTALLATION OPERATIONS
Use soapy water to check all gas connections for leaks. DO NOT
use a naked flame to check for gas leaks. Light all the burners
separately and also together, to check correct operation of the gas
valves, rings and lighting. For each burner, adjust the flame regulator
to the lowest setting, individually and together; after completing the
operations, the installer must instruct the user on the correct method
of use. If the appliance does not work properly after carrying out all
the checks, contact the local after-sales service centre.
5.2.2.3 MODELS WITH FAN OVEN (Fig. 4B - Table A-C).
• Remove the appliance rear panel “P” by undoing the fixing
screws.
• Connect the power cable to the terminal block according
to the wiring diagram provided with the appliance.
• Secure the power cable with the cable gland.
IMPORTANT! The manufacturer declines any liability if the
safety regulations are not respected.
• After making the connection, with the machine working
check that the power supply does not fluctuate by ±10%
the rated voltage.
• Installation requires the inclusion of a device lockable in
the “open” position during maintenance
5.3. POWER CABLE
Unless otherwise specified, our appliances are not equipped
with a power cable.The installer must use a flexible cable having
characteristics at least equivalent to H07RN-F rubber-insulated
type. Protect the cable section outside the appliance with a
metal or rigid plastic pipe.
If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced
by the after-sales service or in any case by
qualified personnel, in order prevent any risk.
The manufacturer declines any liability for damage or injury resulting from breach of the above
rules or non-compliance with the electrical
safety regulations in force in the country where
the machine is used.
6.
SAFETY THERMOSTAT
Some of our appliance models use a safety thermostat that
cuts in automatically when temperatures exceed a set value,
shutting off the gas supply (gas appliances) or the electricity
(electric appliances).
6.1. RESET
• Wait until the appliance has cooled: a suitable temperature
for resetting is approx. 90°C.
• Press the red button on the safety thermostat body.
IMPORTANT! If resetting requires the removal of a protection
part (e.g. control panel) this must be done by a specialised
technician. Tampering with the safety thermostat invalidates
the warranty.
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8.
HANDRAIL
Marine appliances are equipped with a front handrail that can
be fitted by drilling the top according to the following diagram:
=
=
52.5
VI. I N S T R U C T I O N S F O R
OPERATOR FOR NORMAL
A
MACHINE USE
52.5
B
A
A
1.
COOKTOP USE
1.1.
GAS MODELS
1.1.1. LIGHTING COOKTOP BURNERS
The gas valve control knob has 4 positions:
V
off
C
pilot ignition
A
max. flame.
B
min. flame.
A
60
2 3 .5
H
32.6
8.1.
HANDRAIL INSTALLATION
8.1.1. PREPARATION FOR INSTALLING ACCESSORY
• Prepare the appliance by drilling the edge of the top
(make ø6 holes) at points “A”. For 1200mm and 1600mm
appliances also drill at point “B”.
8.1.2. ZANUSSI/OEM HANDRAIL
• Screw supports “S” on handrail “C” and insert them at the
holes prepared.
• Insert reinforcement plate “R” and fix the supports “S” with
the nuts and washer.
1a
R
1.1.2. SWITCHING ON
• Press and turn knob “H” to “pilot ignition”.
Press the knob down and bring a flame to the pilot to
light it. Hold the knob down for about 20 seconds; when
released, the pilot flame must stay alight. If it does not,
repeat the operation.
• To light the main burner, turn the knob from “pilot ignition”
to “max. flame”.
• For the minimum flame, turn the knob from “max. flame”
to “min. flame”.
1.1.3. SWITCHING OFF
• Turn the knob from “max. flame” or “min. flame” to “pilot
ignition”.
• To shut off the pilot, press the knob partially and turn it to “off”.
NOTE: Incorrect positioning of the flame spreader can create
problems in combustion.
C
S
8.1.3. ELECTROLUX HANDRAIL
• Fix supports “A” to the edge of the top at the prepared
holes, with screw “B”, plate “C” and respective nuts and
washer, as shown in the figure.
• Fit handrail “D” on support “A” and secure it with screw
“E”, as shown in the figure.
•
D
1c
C
ATTENTION: Do not use radiant plates or grills on the ø100
mm burners.
A
E
B
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Before lighting the burners make sure the flame spreaders
are turned to the stop position.
1.2. GAS MODELS WITH IGNITER WITHOUT PILOT
FLAME
1.2.1. LIGHTING COOKTOP BURNERS
The gas valve control knob has 3 positions:
V
off
A
max. flame
B
min. flame
L
2.
STATIC OVEN USE
2.1. GAS MODELS
The thermostatic valve control knob has the following positions:
V
off
C
pilot ignition
A
pilot.
B
burner.
H
I
1.2.1.1 SWITCHING ON
• Press and turn knob “H” to “max. flame”.
• Press the knob down and at the same time press igniter
button “L”. Hold the knob down for about 10 seconds; when
released, the flame must remain lit. If not, check for residual
moisture on the ignition plugs, dry if necessary and repeat the
operation. If the problem occurs again, use a lighter.
• For minimum, turn the knob from “max. flame” to “min.
flame”.
1.2.1.2 SWITCHING OFF
• Turn the knob from “max. flame” or “min. flame” to “off”
1.3. ELECTRIC MODELS
• Equipped with rapid heating electric hot-plates each of
4kW power.
• To ensure long life of the hot-plates, observe the following:
- use flat-bottomed pots;
- do not leave the hot-plates switched on without pots or
with empty pots.
- do not spill cold liquids on the hot-plate when hot.
•
•
•
•
•
L
Press knob “I” lightly and turn it a few degrees anticlockwise to release it.
Press down fully and turn it to “pilot ignition”; a click will
indicate sparking.
Keep knob “I” pressed and turn it to “pilot”, holding it in that
position for about 15-20 seconds to allow the gas to reach
the pilot burner (pilot ignition) and the thermocouple to heat.
With the pilot lit, turn knob “l” from to “burner” to light the latter.
At this point, knob “L” can be used to select the required
temperature.
2.1.1. INTERLOCK
The oven gas valve has an interlock device which prevents
immediate re-lighting (for about 40 seconds) of the oven in
the event it is accidentally turned off. This ensures the escape
of any gas accumulated inside the oven, and better safety.
2.1.2. SWITCHING OFF
• Turn knob “I” to “off”, to turn off the main burner.
• To switch off the pilot burner, turn knob “I” to “off”.
A
B
1.3.1. SWITCHING ON
• Turn on the main switch located ahead of the appliance.
• Turn control knob “B” of the required hot-plate to one of
the six available positions marked on the control panel,
bearing in mind that “1” corresponds to minimum power
and “6” corresponds to maximum power.
Lighting up of green indicator “A” signals that the corresponding hot-plate is on.
• To adjust hot-plate heat, it is advisable to turn the knobs
firstly to “6”; on reaching the maximum cooking or boiling
value, turn the knob to a lower setting.
1.3.2. SWITCHING OFF
Turn the control knobs to “0”.
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2.2. ELECTRIC MODELS
The heating elements are controlled by a 4-position selector
knob “D”, whereas the oven temperature is controlled by a
thermostat “E”.
Use the selector knob to choose the most
suitable type of heating, activating the heating elements in
an appropriate way:
off
appliance “On”
upper and lower heating elements
upper heating element
lower heating element
O
1
A
3.
3.1. GAS MODELS
The thermostatic valve control knob has the following positions:
V
off
C
pilot ignition
A
pilot.
B
burner.
P I
E
D
FAN OVEN USE
L
G
•
NOTE: The oven door must be closed for all types of cooking.
2.2.1. SWITCHING ON
Turn heating element control knob “D” to the required setting.
Lighting up of green indicator “A” signals that the power is on.
Turn thermostat knob “E” to the required cooking temperature
(between 140 and 320°C). Lighting up of yellow indicator “G”
signals that the heating elements are on; it goes off when the
set temperature is reached.
2.2.2. SWITCHING OFF
Turn the control knobs to the off position “0”. Turn off the
electrical switch installed ahead of the appliance.
Press knob “I” lightly and turn it a few degrees anticlockwise to release it.
• Press down fully and turn it to “pilot ignition”; a click will
indicate sparking.
• Keep knob “I” pressed and turn it to “pilot”, holding it in that
position for about 15-20 seconds to allow the gas to reach
the pilot burner (pilot ignition) and the thermocouple to heat.
• With the pilot lit, turn knob “l” from to “burner” to light the latter.
• At this point, knob “L” can be used to select the required
temperature.
NOTE: Press button “P” to activate the oven fan
3.1.1. INTERLOCK
The oven gas valve has an interlock device which prevents
immediate re-lighting (for about 40 seconds) of the oven in
the event it is accidentally turned off. This ensures the escape
of any gas accumulated inside the oven, and better safety.
3.1.2. SWITCHING OFF
• Turn knob “I” to “off”, to turn off the main burner.
• To switch off the pilot burner, turn knob “I” to “off”.
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VII. C L E A N I N G
MAINTENANCE
AND
1.2.2. SAFETY SIGNS TO BE PLACED ON THE MACHINE
OR NEAR ITS AREA
RISK
1.
MEANING
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
ATTENTION!
Machine maintenance operations must only be
carried out by specialised Technicians provided
with suitable personal protection equipment
(safety shoes, gloves, glasses, overalls, etc.),
tools, utensils and ancillary means.
BURN HAZARD
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
ATTENTION!
Never operate the machine, removing, modifying or tampering with the guards, protection or
safety devices.
ATTENTION!
Do not remove, tamper with or make illegible
the safety, danger and instruction signs and
labels on the machine.
ATTENTION!
Before carrying out any operation on the machine, always consult the manual which gives
the correct procedures and contains important
information on safety.
1.2.3. CEASED USE
When the appliance is no longer to be used, make it unusable
by removing the power supply wiring.
1.1. INTRODUCTION
The machines are provided with electric and/or mechanical
safety devices for protecting workers and the machine itself.
Therefore the user must not remove or tamper with such
devices.
The Manufacturer declines any liability for damage due to
tampering or their non-use.
1.2. PROTECTION DEVICES INSTALLED ON THE
MACHINE
1.2.1. GUARDS
The guards on the machine are:
- fixed guards (e.g. casings, covers, side panels, etc.), fixed
to the machine and/or frame with screws or quick-release
connectors that can only be removed or opened with tools;
- machine electrical equipment access doors made from
hinged panels openable with tools, with the machine
disconnected from the power supply.
ATTENTION!
Several illustrations in the manual show the
machine, or parts of it, without guards or with
guards removed. This is purely for explanatory
purposes. Do not use the machine without the
guards or with the protection devices deactivated.
1.2.4. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE
Risks mainly of a mechanical, thermal and electrical nature
are present in the machine.
Where possible the risks have been neutralised:
• directly, by means of adequate design solutions,
• indirectly by using guards, protection and safety devices.
During maintenance several risks remain, as these could not
be eliminated, and must be neutralised by adopting specific
measures and precautions.
Do not carry out any checking, cleaning, repair or maintenance
operations on moving parts.
Workers must be informed of the prohibition by means of
clearly visible signs. To guarantee machine efficiency and
correct operation, periodical maintenance must be carried out
according to the instructions given in this manual. In particular,
make sure to periodically check correct operation of all the
safety devices and the insulation of electrical cables, which
must be replaced if damaged.
1.2.5. REASONABLY FORESEEABLE IMPROPER USE
Improper use is any use different from that specified in this manual. During machine operation, other types of work or activities
deemed improper and that in general can involve risks for the
safety of operators and damage to the appliance are not allowed.
Reasonably foreseeable improper use includes:
• lack of machine maintenance, cleaning and periodical
checks;
• structural changes or modifications to the operating logic;
• tampering with the guards or safety devices;
• failure to use personal protection equipment by operators,
specialised technicians and personnel for normal use;
• failure to use suitable accessories (e.g. use of unsuitable
equipment or ladders);
• keeping combustible or flammable materials, or in any
case materials not compatible with or pertinent to the
work, near the machine;
• wrong machine installation;
•
climbing on the machine;
• non-compliance with the requirements for correct machine use;
• other actions that give rise to risks not eliminable by the
Manufacturer.
ATTENTION!
The previously described actions are prohibited!
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1.2.6. RESIDUAL RISKS
The machine has several risks that were not completely
eliminated from a design standpoint or with the installation
of adequate protection devices. Nevertheless, through this
manual the Manufacturer has taken steps to inform operators
of such risks, carefully indicating the personal protection
equipment to be used by them.
Sufficient spaces are provided for during the machine installation stages in order to limit these risks.
To preserve these conditions, the areas around the machine
must always be:
• kept free of obstacles (e.g. ladders, tools, containers,
boxes, etc.);
• clean and dry;
• well lit.
For the Customer’s complete information, the residual risks
remaining on the machine are indicated below: such actions
are to be considered incorrect and therefore strictly forbidden.
RESIDUAL
RISK
DESCRIPTION OF HAZARDOUS
SITUATION
Slipping or
falling
The operator can slip due to water or dirt
on the floor.
Burns/
The operator deliberately or unintentionally
abrasions
touches some components inside the
(e.g. heating
machine without using protective gloves.
elements)
Electrocution
Contact with live parts during maintenance
operations carried out with the electrical
panel powered.
Tipping of
loads
When handling the machine or the packing
containing it, using unsuitable lifting
systems or accessories or with the load
unbalanced.
2.
NORMAL MACHINE USE
2.1. CHARACTERISTICS OF PERSONNEL TRAINED
FOR NORMAL MACHINE USE
The Customer must make sure the personnel for normal
machine use are adequately trained and skilled in their
duties, as well as ensuring their own safety and that of other
persons. The Customer must make sure his personnel have
understood the instructions received and in particular those
regarding work hygiene and safety in use of the machine.
2.2. CHARACTERISTICS OF PERSONNEL QUALIFIED
TO OPERATE ON THE MACHINE
The Customer is responsible for ensuring that persons assigned to the various duties:
• read and understand the manual;
• receive adequate training and instruction for their duties
in order to perform them safely;
• receive specific training for correct machine use.
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2.3. OPERATOR FOR NORMAL USE
He must have at least:
• knowledge of the technology and specific experience in
operating the machine;
• adequate general basic education and technical knowledge for reading and understanding the contents of the
manual;
• including correct interpretation of the drawings, signs and
pictograms;
• sufficient technical knowledge for safely performing his
duties as specified in the manual;
• knowledge of the regulations on work hygiene and safety.
In case of a significant fault (e.g. short circuits, wires coming out of the terminal block, motor failures, worn electrical
cable sheathing, etc.), the operator for normal machine
use must:
• immediately deactivate the machine.
3. M A C H I N E C L E A N I N G A N D
MAINTENANCE
ATTENTION!
Before carrying out any cleaning or maintenance
operation, disconnect the appliance from the
power supply by means of the device lockable
in open position.
ATTENTION!
During maintenance, the cable and plug must
be kept in a visible position by the operator
carrying out the work.
ATTENTION!
Do not touch the appliance with wet hands
or feet or when barefoot. DO NOT remove the
safety guards.
ATTENTION!
Use suitable personal protection equipment
(protective gloves).
3.1. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Frequently check the state of the power cable and, if necessary, request the assistance of the specialised technician to
replace it; have the appliance checked periodically (at least
once a year).
ATTENTION!
Disconnect the power supply before cleaning
the appliance.
3.2. PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE
Routine maintenance operations can be carried out by
non-specialised personnel, carefully following the instructions
given below. The manufacturer declines any liability for
operations carried out on the machine without following
these instructions.
3.3.
CLEANING THE APPLIANCE AND ACCESSORIES
Before using the appliance, clean all the internal
parts and accessories with lukewarm water and
neutral soap or products that are over 90% biodegradable (in order to reduce the emission of pollutants into the environment), then rinse and dry
thoroughly. Do not use solvent-based detergents (e.g.
trichloro-ethylene) or abrasive powders for cleaning. It is advisable to go over the stainless steel surfaces with a rag
moistened with paraffin oil in order to create a protective film.
3.4. PRECAUTIONS IN CASE OF LONG IDLE PERIODS
If the appliance is not going to be used for some time, take
the following precautions:
• Close the valves or main switches ahead of the appliances.
• Go over all the stainless steel surfaces vigorously with a rag
moistened with paraffin oil in order to create a protective film.
• Have the appliance checked before using it again.
• To prevent too rapid evaporation of accumulated moisture
with consequent breakage of elements, switch electric
appliances on at minimum heat for at least 45 minutes
before reuse.
ATTENTION!
Put the machine in safe conditions before
starting any maintenance operation.
After carrying out maintenance, make sure
the machine is able to work safely and, in particular, that the
protection and safety devices are efficient.
ATTENTION!
Respect the requirements for the various routine
and extraordinary maintenance operations.
Non-compliance with the instructions can
create risks for personnel.
3.5. EXTERNAL PARTS
SATIN-FINISH STEEL SURFACES (daily)
• Clean all steel surfaces: dirt is easily removed when it has
just formed.
• Remove grime, fat and other cooking residuals from steel
surfaces when cool using soapy water, with or without
detergent, and a cloth or sponge. Dry the surfaces thoroughly after cleaning.
• In case of encrusted grime, fat or food residuals, go over
with a cloth or sponge, wiping in the direction of the satin
finish and rinsing often: rubbing in a circular motion combined with the particles of dirt on the cloth/sponge could
spoil the steel’s satin finish.
• Metal objects can spoil or damage the steel: damaged
surfaces become dirty more easily and are more subject
to corrosion.
• Restore the satin finish if necessary.
SURFACES BLACKENED BY HEAT (when necessary)
Exposure to high temperatures can cause the formation of dark
marks. These do not constitute damage and can be removed
by following the instructions given in the previous section.
ATTENTION!
Do not clean the machine with jets of water.
ATTENTION! (only models with igniters without pilot flame)
After cleaning, always check that the ignition plugs are free
of residual moisture.
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NOTE: Avoid dirtying the inside of the Venturi tubes.
3.8.1. QUICK TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
In some cases, faults can be eliminated easily and quickly; the
following is a list of possible problems with respective solutions:
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The pilot burner of open burners does not light
Possible causes:
Insufficient pressure in gas pipes.
Blocked nozzle,
Faulty gas valve.
- The oven pilot burner does not light
Possible causes:
• Igniter not properly fixed or connected
• The piezoelectric ignition or igniter cable are damaged.
• Insufficient pressure in gas pipes
• Blocked nozzle
• Faulty gas valve
The presence of dirt inside the appliance can obstruct the
nozzles, affecting the flame.
ATTENTION! Do not use metal foil to protect the trays in
models with igniters without pilot flame.
3.6. OTHER SURFACES
CAST IRON ELECTRIC HOT-PLATES
Clean the hot-plates with a damp cloth, then switch them on
for a few minutes to dry rapidly; lastly, lubricate them with a
light film of cooking oil. DO NOT pour cold liquids on the hotplates while they are hot.
IMPORTANT! With electric appliances, make sure no water
comes into contact with electrical components: water entering can cause short circuiting and dissipation, tripping the
appliance’s protection devices.
3.7. INTERNAL PARTS (EVERY 6 MONTHS)
IMPORTANT! Operations to be carried out only by specialised
technicians.
• Check the internal parts.
• Remove any deposits of dirt inside the appliance.
• Check and clean the discharge system.
NOTE! In particular ambient conditions (e.g. intensive use of
the appliance, salty environment, etc.) the above-mentioned
cleaning should be more frequent.
3.8.
EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE.
ATTENTION!
USE SUITABLE PERSONAL PROTECTION EQUIPMENT WHEN CARRYING OUT ANY EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE OPERATION.
Extraordinary maintenance must be carried out by specialised personnel, who can ask the manufacturer to supply a
servicing manual.
There must be free air circulation above the appliance. There
must be no obstructions caused by trays, cardboard boxes, jars
or other materials; otherwise they must be immediately removed.
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The pilot burner goes out when the igniter knob is released
Possible causes:
The pilot burner is not heating the thermocouple sufficiently.
Faulty thermocouple.
The gas valve knob is not being pressed enough.
Lack of gas pressure at valve.
Faulty gas valve.
The pilot burner is still lit but the main burner does not
light
Possible causes:
Loss of pressure in gas pipe.
Blocked nozzle or faulty gas valve.
Burner with gas outlet holes clogged.
The oven temperature cannot be adjusted.
Possible causes:
Faulty thermostat bulb.
Faulty gas valve.
Faulty electric thermostat.
Electric safety thermostat cut in.
The burner of the open rings does not ignite (version with
ignition plugs without pilot flame).
Possible causes:
check if metal foil has been used to protect the trays.
check for residual moisture on the ignition plugs.
3.8.2. MAINTENANCE INTERVALS
The inspection and maintenance intervals depend on the
actual machine operation conditions and ambient conditions
(presence of dust, damp, etc.), therefore precise time intervals cannot be given. In any case, to minimise interruptions
of the service, careful and periodical machine maintenance
is advisable.
3.8.3. MAINTENANCE FREQUENCY
In order to guarantee constant machine efficiency, it is advisable to carry out the checks with the frequency given in
the following table:
MAINTENANCE, INSPECTIONS,
CHECKS AND CLEANING
FREQUENCY
ATTENTION!
Machine maintenance, checking and overhaul
operations must only be carried out by a specialised Technician or the After-Sales Service,
provided with suitable personal protection
equipment (safety shoes and gloves), tools and
ancillary means.
Routine cleaning
General cleaning of machine and
surrounding area
Daily
Cleaning internal parts
Check condition, and for any deformation,
loosening or removed parts.
Every six
months
Control
Check mechanical part, for any breakage
or deformation, tightening of screws. Check
readability and condition of words, stickers
and symbols and restore if necessary.
Yearly
Machine structure
Tightening of main bolts (screws, fixing
systems, etc.) of machine.
Yearly
Safety signs
Check readability and condition of safety
signs.
Yearly
Electrical connection cable and plug
Check the connection cable (replace it if
necessary).
Extraordinary machine maintenance
Check all gas components
ATTENTION!
Work on the electrical equipment must only be
carried out by a specialised electrician or the
After-Sales Service.
3.8.4. DISASSEMBLY
If the appliance has to be disassembled and then reassembled,
make sure the various parts are assembled in the correct
order (if necessary mark them during disassembly).
Before disassembling the machine, make sure to carefully
check its physical condition, and in particular any parts of the
structure that can give or break. Before starting disassembly:
- remove all the pieces (if present) in the machine;
- disconnect the power supply;
- enclose the work area;
- display a sign indicating that the machine is undergoing
maintenance and not to carry out manoeuvres;
- carry out the disassembly operations.
ATTENTION!
All scrapping operations must occur with the
machine stopped and cold and all the energy
sources (water, gas electricity) disconnected.
Yearly
Yearly
The machine is designed and built for a duration of about 10
years. After this period of time (from
machine commissioning) the machine must undergo a general overhaul. Some examples of checks to be carried out
are given below.
- check for any oxidised electrical components or parts; if
necessary, replace them and restore the initial conditions;
- check the structure and welded joints in particular;
- check and replace bolts and/or screws, also checking for
any loose components;
- check the electrical and electronic system;
- check the functionality of safety devices;
- check the general condition of protection devices and
guards.
ATTENTION!
To carry out these operations, appropriate PPE
must be used.
ATTENTION!
During disassembly and handling of the various
parts, the minimum height from the floor must
be maintained.
3.8.5. DECOMMISSIONING
If the machine cannot be repaired, carry out the decommissioning operations, signalling the failure with a suitable sign, and
request assistance of the manufacturer’s after-sales service.
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4.
MACHINE DISPOSAL
ATTENTION!
DISMANTLING OPERATIONS MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL.
ATTENTION!
WORK ON THE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
MUST ONLY BE CARRIED OUT BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN, WITH THE POWER SUPPLY
DISCONNECTED.
4.1. WASTE STORAGE
At the end of the product’s life-cycle, make sure it is not dispersed in the environment.
Special waste materials can be stored temporarily while
awaiting treatment for disposal and/or permanent storage.
In any case, the current environmental protection laws in the
country of use must be observed.
4.2. P R O C E D U R E R E G A R D I N G A P P L I A N C E
DISMANTLING MACRO OPERATIONS
Before disposing of the machine, make sure to carefully
check its physical condition, and in particular any parts of the
structure that can give or break during scrapping.
The machine’s parts must be disposed of in a differentiated
way, according to their different characteristics (e.g. metals,
oils, greases, plastic, rubber, etc.). Different laws are in force
in the various countries, therefore comply with the provisions
of the laws and competent bodies in the countries where
scrapping takes place. In general, the appliance must be
taken to a specialised collection/scrapping centre. Dismantle
the appliance, grouping the components according to their
chemical characteristics, remembering that the compressor
contains lubricant oil and refrigerant fluid which can be recycled, and that the refrigerator components are special waste
assimilable with urban waste.
ATTENTION!
Make the appliance unusable by removing the
power cable.
ATTENTION!
When scrapping the machine, the “CE” marking,
this manual and other documents concerning
the appliance must be destroyed.
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ENCLOSED DOCUMENTATION
Set of test and inspection documents
Wiring diagram
Installation diagram
AUSTRALIA
For service and spare parts, please contact:
Electrolux - Tom Stoddart Pty Ltd
Zanussi - JL Lennard Pty Ltd
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