Contents
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
General safety instructions
Identification plate
Manufacturer liability
Appliance purpose
This user manual
How to read the user manual
2 Description
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
General Description
Cooking hob
Control panel
Other parts
Available accessories
3 Use
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
Instructions
Cleaning the appliance
Removing the door
Cleaning the door glazing
Removing the internal glass panes
Vapour Clean
Extraordinary maintenance
5 Installation
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
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Instructions
First use
Using the accessories
Using the cooktop
Using the storage compartment
Using the oven
Cooking advice
Programmer clock
4 Cleaning and maintenance
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
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1 Instructions
Clearances above and around domestic appliances
Positioning
Electrical connection
For the installer
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We advise you to read this manual carefully, which contains all the instructions for
maintaining the appliance's aesthetic and functional qualities.
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Instructions
1 Instructions
1.1 General safety instructions
Risk of personal injury
• During use the appliance and its
accessible parts become very hot.
• Never touch the heating elements
during use.
• Keep children under eight years
of age at a safe distance if they
are not constantly supervised.
• Children must never play with the
appliance.
• This appliance may be used by
children aged at least 8 and by
people of reduced physical,
sensory or mental capacity, or
lacking in experience in the use of
electrical appliances, as long they
are supervised or instructed by
adults who are responsible for
their safety.
• Never rest metallic objects such
as knives, forks, spoons and lids
on the appliance during use.
• Switch the appliance off
immediately after use.
• Never try to put out a fire or
flames with water: turn off the
appliance and smother the flames
with a fire blanket or other
appropriate cover.
• Not suitable for use with
aftermarket lids or covers.
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• The appliance must never be
cleaned by unsupervised children.
• Have authorised persons carry
out installation and assistance
interventions according to the
standards in force.
• Do not modify this appliance.
• Do not insert pointed metal
objects (cutlery or utensils) into the
slots in the appliance.
• Do not try to repair the appliance
yourself or without the intervention
of authorised persons.
• If the power supply cable is
damaged, contact technical
support immediately and they will
replace it.
• Do not open the storage
compartment when the oven is on
and still hot.
• The items inside the storage
compartment could be very hot
after using the oven.
• Do not spray aerosols in the
vicinity of this appliance while it is
in operation.
• This appliance is not to be
installed in marine craft or in
caravans.
• Do not use or store flammable
materials in the appliance storage
drawer or near the appliance.
Risk of damaging the appliance
• Do not use abrasive or corrosive
detergents on glass parts (e.g.
powder products, stain removers
and metallic sponges).
• Racks and trays have to be
inserted into the side guides until
they come to a complete stop.
The mechanical safety locks that
prevent the rack from being taken
out accidentally have to face
downwards and towards the
oven back.
• Use wooden or plastic utensils.
• Do not seat on the appliance.
• Do not use steam jets for cleaning
the appliance.
• Do not obstruct ventilation
openings and heat dispersal slots.
• Never leave the appliance
unattended during cooking
operations where fats or oils
could be released.
• Never leave objects on the
cooking surface.
• Do not use the appliance to heat
rooms for any reason.
• Remove any food residues or
large spills from previous cooking
operations from the inside of the
oven.
• If cracks or fissures form, or if the
glass ceramic cooking surface
breaks, turn off the appliance
immediately. Disconnect the
power supply and call Technical
Support.
• People who have pacemakers or
other similar devices fitted must
make sure that the operation of
these devices is not jeopardised
by the inductive field, whose
frequency range is between 20
and 50 kHz.
• In conformity with the provisions
regarding electromagnetic
compatibility, the electromagnetic
induction cooking cooktop comes
under group 2 and class B (EN
55011).
For this appliance
• Before replacing the bulb, switch
off the power supply to the
appliance.
• Do not rest any weight or sit on
the open door of the appliance.
• Take care that no objects are
stuck in the doors.
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Instructions
Instructions
1.2 Identification plate
1.6 How to read the user manual
• The identification plate bears the
technical data, serial number and brand
name of the appliance. Do not remove
the identification plate for any reason.
This user manual uses the following reading
conventions:
1.3 Manufacturer liability
The manufacturer declines all liability for
damage to persons or property caused by:
• use of the appliance other than the one
envisaged;
• non-observance of the user manual
provisions;
• tampering with any part of the
appliance;
• use of non-original spare parts.
1.4 Appliance purpose
• This appliance is intended for cooking
food in the home environment. Every
other use is considered improper.
• The appliance is not designed to
operate with external timers or with
remote-control systems.
1.5 This user manual
This user manual is an integral part of the
appliance and must therefore be kept in its
entirety and in an accessible place for the
whole working life of the appliance.
Read this user manual carefully before using
the appliance.
Instructions
General information on this user
manual, on safety and final
disposal.
Description
Description of the appliance and its
accessories.
Use
Information on the use of the
appliance and its accessories,
cooking advice.
Cleaning and maintenance
Information for proper cleaning and
maintenance of the appliance.
Installation
Information for authorised persons:
installation, operation and
inspection.
Safety instructions
Information
Advice
1. Sequence of instructions for use.
• Standalone instruction.
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Description
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2 Description
2.1 General Description
1 Backguard
2 Cooktop
3 Control panel
4 Oven light
5 Seal
6 Door
7 Fan
Rack/tray support frame shelf
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Description
2.2 Cooking hob
Zone
Outside diameter (mm)
Max. power draw (W)*
1
2
3
4
145
180
210
270
1400
1850
2300
2600
Power draw in booster function
(W) *
2200
3000
3700
3700
* Power levels are approximate and can vary according to the pan used or the settings made.
Advantages of induction cooking
The hob is equipped with an
induction generator for each
cooking zone. Each generator
located under the glass ceramic
cooking surface creates an
electromagnetic field which
induces a thermal current in the
base of the pan. This means the
heat is no longer transmitted from
the hob to the pan but created
directly inside the pan by the
inductive current.
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• Energy saving thanks to the direct
transmission of energy to the pan
(suitable magnetisable cookware is
required) compared to traditional
electric cooking.
• Improved safety as the energy is only
transmitted to the pan placed on the hob.
• High level of energy transmitted from the
induction cooking zone to the base of
the pan.
• Rapid heating speed.
• Reduced danger of burns as the cooking
surface is only heated under the base of
the pan; foods which overflow do not
stick.
Description
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2.3
2.4 Control panel
1 Cooking zone control knobs
5 Function knob
Useful for controlling the cooking zones of
the induction hob.
Turn the knobs clockwise to adjust the
operating power of the hot plate from a
minimum of 1 to a maximum of 9.
The working power is indicated on the
display on the hob.
The oven's various functions are suitable for
different cooking modes. After selecting the
required function, set the cooking
temperature using the temperature knob.
2 Indicator light
The fan cools the oven and comes into
operation during cooking.
The fan causes a steady outflow of air from
above the door which may continue for a
brief period of time even after the appliance
has been turned off.
The indicator light comes on to indicate that
the oven is heating up. It turns off as soon as
it reaches the set temperature. It flashes
regularly to indicate that the temperature set
inside the oven is kept constant.
2.5 Other parts
Cooling fan
3 Temperature knob
This knob allows you to select the cooking
temperature.
Turn the knob clockwise to the required
value, between the minimum and maximum
setting.
4 Programmer clock
Useful for displaying the current time, setting
programmed cooking operations and
programming the minute minder timer.
Do not obstruct ventilation
openings and heat dispersal slots.
Interior lighting
The appliance interior lighting comes on:
• When the door is opened
• When any function is selected.
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Description
Shelves
Tray
The appliance features shelves for
positioning trays and racks at different
heights. The insertion heights are indicated
from the bottom upwards (see 2.1 General
Description).
2.6 Available accessories
Some models are not provided
with all accessories.
Useful for collecting fat from foods placed
on the rack above.
Deep tray
Scraper
Useful for cleaning the cooktop.
Rack
Useful for collecting fat from foods placed
on the rack above and for cooking sweets,
biscuits, etc.
The accessories intended to come
into contact with food are made of
materials that comply with the
provisions of current legislation.
Useful for supporting containers with food
during cooking.
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Supplied and optional accessories
can be requested to Authorised
Assistance Centres. Use only
original accessories supplied by
the manufacturer.
Use
3.1 Instructions
High temperature inside the oven
during use
Danger of burns
• Keep the oven door closed during
cooking.
• Protect your hands wearing heat
resistant gloves when moving food
inside the oven.
• Do not touch the heating elements inside
the oven.
• Do not pour water directly onto very hot
trays.
• Do not allow children younger than 8
years old to come near the appliance
when in operation.
• If you need to move food or at the end
of cooking, open the door 5 cm for a
few seconds, let the steam come out,
then open it fully.
• Oils and fats could catch fire if
overheated. Be very careful.
Improper use
Danger of burns
• Make sure that the flame-spreader
crowns are correctly positioned in their
housings with their respective burner
caps.
• Oils and fat could catch fire if
overheated. Be very careful.
Improper use
Risk of damage to surfaces
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3 Use
• Do not cover the bottom of the oven
cavity with aluminium or tin foil sheets.
• If you wish to use greaseproof paper,
place it so that it will not interfere with the
hot air circulation inside the oven.
• Do not place pans or trays directly on
the bottom of the oven cavity.
• Do not use the open door to rest pans or
trays on the internal glass pane.
• Do not pour water directly onto very hot
trays.
• Cooking vessels or griddle plates
should be placed inside the perimeter of
the cooktop.
• All pans must have smooth, flat bottoms.
• If any liquid does boil over or spill,
remove the excess from the cooktop.
• Never place pans with bases which are
not perfectly flat and smooth.
• Avoid hard, solid objects falling on the
surface of the cooktop.
• In case you notice cracks or fissures, turn
off the appliance immediately,
disconnect the power supply and
contact Technical Support.
• Do not use the cooktop as a support
surface.
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Use
High temperature inside the oven
during use
Danger of fire or explosion
• Do not spray any spray products near
the oven.
• Do not use or leave flammable materials
near the oven or the storage
compartment.
• Do not use plastic kitchenware or
containers when cooking food.
• Do not put sealed tins or containers in
the oven.
• Do not leave the oven unattended
during cooking operations where fats or
oils could be released.
• Remove all trays and racks which are
not required during cooking.
3.2 First use
1. Remove any protective film from the
outside or inside of the appliance,
including accessories.
2. Remove any labels (apart from the
technical data plate) from the
accessories and from the oven cavity.
3. Remove all the accessories from the
appliance and clean them (see 4
Cleaning and maintenance). Heat the
empty oven at the maximum temperature
to burn off any residues left by the
manufacturing process.
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Oven cavity
4. Heat the empty oven at the maximum
temperature to burn off any residues left
by the manufacturing process.
Glass ceramic hob
5. Place a pan full of water on each of the
front cooking zones and switch them on
to the maximum power setting for at least
30 minutes.
6. After 30 minutes, switch off the front
cooking zones and repeat this operation
for the rear cooking zones and any
central cooking zone.
7. If after carrying out the above operations
the controls do not work properly, it
might be necessary to extend the
operations until the moisture has
completely evaporated.
3.3 Using the accessories
Racks and trays
Racks and trays have to be inserted into the
side guides until they come to a complete
stop.
• The mechanical safety locks that prevent
the rack from being taken out
accidentally have to face downwards
and towards the oven back.
3.4 Using the cooktop
On first connection to the electrical
mains, an automatic check will be
carried out that will switch on all
indicator lights for a few seconds.
After use, turn off the hot plates
used by returning the appropriate
knob to the O position. Never rely
solely on the cookware detector.
All the appliance’s control and monitoring
devices are located together on the front
panel. The relevant cooking zone is
indicated next to each knob.
Just turn the knob clockwise to the required
power setting.
Cookware suitable for use in induction
cooking
Gently insert racks and trays into
the oven until they come to a stop.
Clean the trays before using them
for the first time to remove any
residues left by the manufacturing
process.
Cookware used on the induction cooking
surface must be made of metal, with
magnetic properties and a sufficiently large
base.
Suitable cookware:
• Enamelled steel cookware with thick
bases.
• Cast iron cookware with an enamelled
base.
• Cookware in multilayer stainless steel,
ferritic stainless steel and aluminium with
a special base.
Unsuitable cookware:
• Copper, stainless steel, aluminium,
fireproof glass, wood, ceramic and
terracotta cookware.
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Use
To see whether the pan is suitable, bring a
magnet close to the bottom: if it is attracted,
the pan is suitable for induction cooking. If
you do not have a magnet, you can put a
small amount of water in the pan, place it
on a cooking zone and start the hot plate. If
the symbol
appears on the display, it
means the pan is not suitable.
Use only cookware with a
perfectly flat bottom which is
suitable for induction hot plates.
Using cookware with an irregular
bottom could jeopardise the
efficiency of the heating system
and prevent cookware from being
detected on the cooking zone.
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Cookware recognition
When there is no saucepan on a cooking
zone or if the saucepan is too small, no
energy will be transmitted and the symbol
will appear on the display.
If there is a suitable saucepan on the
cooking zone, the recognition system
notices it and turns on the hob to the power
level set using the knob. Energy transmission
is also interrupted when the saucepan is
removed from the cooking zone (the
symbol
will be shown on the display).
If the cookware recognition function is
activated in spite of the saucepan or frying
pan on the cooking zone being smaller
than the zone itself, only the necessary
energy will be transmitted.
Cookware recognition limits: The minimum
diameter of the pan base is indicated by a
circle inside the cooking zone. Pans with
smaller diameters risk not being detected
and therefore not activating the inductor.
Limiting the cooking duration
Advice on energy-saving
The hob has an automatic device which
limits the duration of use.
If the cooking zone settings are not
changed, the maximum duration of
operation for each zone depends on the
power level selected.
When the device for limiting the duration of
use is activated, the cooking zone turns off,
a short alert sounds and, if the zone is hot,
the symbol
appears on the display.
• The diameter of the base of the pan must
correspond to the diameter of the
cooking zone.
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Maximum cooking
duration in hours
8
2
6
3-4
5
5
4
6-7-8-9
1½
Set power level
Protection from overheating
If the hob is used on full power for a long
period, the electronics will have trouble
cooling down if the room temperature is
high.
To avoid excessively high temperatures
forming in the electronics, the power to the
cooking zone is reduced automatically.
• When buying a pan, check whether the
diameter indicated is that of the base or
the top of the pan, as the top is almost
always larger than the base.
• When preparing dishes with long
cooking times, you can save time and
energy by using a pressure cooker,
which also makes it possible to preserve
the vitamins in the food.
• Make sure that the pressure cooker
contains enough liquid as, if there is not
enough and it overheats, this may cause
damage to both the pressure cooker and
the cooking zone.
• If possible, always cover pans with a
suitable lid.
• Choose a pan suitable for the quantity of
food to be cooked. A large, half-empty
saucepan leads to a waste of energy.
Under certain circumstances, if the
hob and the oven are being used
at the same time, the maximum
power limit that can be used by the
electrical system might be
exceeded.
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Use
Power levels
Heating accelerator
The power in the cooking zone can be
adjusted to various levels. The table shows
the levels suitable for various types of
cooking.
Each cooking zone is equipped
with a heating accelerator that
allows the maximum power to be
delivered for a time that is
proportional to the selected
power.
Power level
Suitable for:
0
OFF setting
U
Keep warm
Cooking small amounts of food
(minimum power)
Cooking
Cooking large quantities of
food, roasting larger portions
Roasting, slow frying with flour
This function allows the selected power to
be achieved in the shortest amount of time.
1. Turn the knob anti-clockwise to position
A and then release it. The display shows
the symbol
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Roasting
Roasting / browning, cooking
P*
(maximum power)
* see booster function
and symbol
will flash alternately on
the display.
The power level can be increased at any
moment. The “maximum power” period will
automatically be modified.
Once the acceleration period is over the
power level will remain the same as the one
previously selected.
1-2
3-4
5-6
7-8
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Residual heat
Improper use
Danger of burns
• Supervise children carefully as they
cannot easily see the residual heat
indicator. The cooking zones remain hot
for a certain period of time even after
they have been turned off. Make sure
that children never touch the hob.
If the cooking zone is still hot after being
switched off, the symbol
will be
displayed on the display. The symbol clears
once the temperature drops below 60°C.
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2. Select the required heating power (1 - 8)
within 3 seconds. The selected power
If the power is reduced, by turning
the knob anti-clockwise, the
heating accelerator will
automatically be disabled.
Keep warm
The Keep warm function allows
you to keep cooked food hot.
To activate the Keep Warm function:
• Turn the knob for the required cooking
zone until the symbol
appears on
the corresponding display.
Booster function
The booster function allows the
cooking zone to be activated at
maximum power for as long as 5
minutes. It can be used to bring a
large quantity of water to a boil
rapidly or to broil meat.
Power control
The hob is fitted with a power control
module that optimises/limits consumption. If
the overall set power level exceeds the
maximum limit permitted, the electronic
circuit board will automatically manage the
power supplied by the hot plates.
The module tries to maintain the maximum
deliverable power levels. Levels set by the
automatic control will appear on the
display.
The flashing of a power level indicates that
it will be automatically limited to a new level
selected by the power control module.
• Turn the knob clockwise to the P position
for two seconds and then release.
The display shows the symbol
. After 5
minutes the Booster function will
automatically be disabled and cooking will
continue at power level 9 (on zones 2 and
3 only).
Priority is given to the last zone set.
The booster function has priority
over the heating accelerator
function.
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Use
Controls lock
The controls lock is a device that
protects the appliance from
accidental or inappropriate use.
1. With all cooking zones off,
simultaneously turn the two cooking zone
control knobs anti-clockwise to the left
(position A).
2. Keep them turned until the symbols
appear on the display.
3. Release the knobs.
In order to remove the control lock repeat
the same operations described previously.
If the knobs have been kept turned
to the A position for more than 30
seconds a fault message appears
on the display.
After a prolonged period of
interruption to the power supply,
the control lock will be
deactivated. If this is the case, turn
it back on as described above.
Error codes
If the display shows one of the following
error codes
,
, contact Technical
Assistance.
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3.5 Using the storage compartment
There is a storage compartment located at
the bottom of the cooker; this can be used
to store pans or metal objects required to
use the cooker.
Press lightly on the sides of the door to open it.
3.6 Using the oven
Switching on the oven
To switch on the oven:
1. Select manual cooking
or set the
cooking duration using the timer knob.
Adjustment is progressive so that the time
can also be set to any intermediate value
between these numbers.
2. Select the cooking function using the
function knob.
3. Select the temperature using the
temperature knob.
If no cooking time is selected, the
timer knob must be positioned on
the symbol
(manual).
Preheating stage
Cooking functions are always preceded by
a preheating stage, which allows the
appliance to heat up to cooking
temperature.
The indicator light comes on to indicate that
the oven is heating up.
The indicator light turns off to indicate that
the food can be placed inside the oven and
cooking will start automatically.
Functions list
Convection
As the heat comes from above and
below at the same time, this system
is particularly suitable for certain
types of food. Traditional cooking,
also known as convection cooking,
is suitable for cooking just one dish
at a time. Perfect for all types of
roasts, bread and cakes, and in any
case, particularly suitable for fatty
meats such as goose and duck.
Baker’s function
The combination of the fan with just
the lower heating element allows
cooking to be completed more
rapidly. This system is
recommended for sterilising or for
finishing off the cooking of foods
which are already well-cooked on
the surface, but not inside, which
therefore need a little more heat.
Perfect for any type of food.
Small grill
Using only the heat released from
the central element, this function
allows you to grill small portions of
meat and fish for making kebabs,
toasted sandwiches and any types
of grilled vegetable side dishes.
Grill
The heat coming from the grill
element gives perfect grilling results
above all for thin and medium
thickness meat and, in combination
with the rotisserie (where fitted),
gives the food an even browning at
the end of cooking. Perfect for
sausages, spare ribs and bacon.
This function enables large
quantities of food, particularly meat,
to be grilled evenly.
Fan grill
The air produced by the fan softens
the strong heatwave generated by
the grill, grilling perfectly even very
thick foods. Perfect for large cuts of
meat (e.g. pork hock).
Fan assisted
The operation of the fan, combined
with traditional cooking, ensures
consistent cooking even with
complex recipes. Perfect for biscuits
and cakes, even when
simultaneously cooked on several
levels. (For multiple-level cooking,
we recommend using the 2nd and
4th shelf).
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EN
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Use
Fan forced
The combination of the fan and the
circular heating element
(incorporated in the rear of the
oven) allows you to cook different
foods on several levels, as long as
they need the same temperatures
and same type of cooking. Hot air
circulation ensures instant and even
distribution of heat. It will be
possible, for instance, to cook fish,
vegetables and biscuits
simultaneously (on different levels)
without odours and flavours
mingling.
Eco
This function is particularly suitable
for cooking on a single shelf with
low energy consumption.
Ideal for cooking meat, fish and
vegetables. It is not recommended
for leavened foods.
To obtain maximum energy savings
and reduce cooking times, it is
recommended to place food in the
oven without preheating.
When using the ECO function,
avoid opening the door during
cooking.
Cooking (and preheating) times
are longer with the ECO function.
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Vapour Clean
This function makes cleaning easier
using the steam produced by a
small quantity of water poured onto
the appropriate groove placed on
the bottom.
3.7 Cooking advice
General advice
• Use a fan assisted function to achieve
consistent cooking at several levels.
• It is not possible to shorten cooking times
by increasing the temperature (the food
could be overcooked on the outside and
undercooked on the inside).
Advice for cooking meat
• Cooking times vary according to the
thickness and quality of the food and to
consumer taste.
• Use a meat thermometer when roasting
meat, or simply press on the roast with a
spoon. If it is hard, it is ready; if not, it
needs another few minutes cooking.
Advice for cooking with the Grill and the
Fan grill
• Meat can be grilled even when it is put
into the cold oven or into the preheated
oven if you wish to change the effect of
the cooking.
• With the Fan grill function, we
recommend that you preheat the oven
before grilling.
• We recommend placing the food at the
centre of the rack.
• With the Grill function, we recommend
that you turn the temperature knob to the
maximum value near the
symbol to
optimise cooking.
• Foods should be seasoned before
cooking. Foods should also be coated
with oil or melted butter before cooking.
• Use the oven tray on the first bottom shelf
to collect fluids produced by grilling.
• Grilling processes should never last more
than 60 minutes.
Advice for cooking desserts/pastries and
biscuits
• Use dark metal moulds: they help to
absorb the heat better.
• The temperature and the cooking time
depend on the quality and consistency
of the dough.
• To check whether the dessert is cooked
right through: at the end of the cooking
time, put a toothpick into the highest point
of the dessert. If the dough does not stick
to the toothpick, the dessert is cooked.
• If the dessert collapses when it comes
out of the oven, on the next occasion
reduce the set temperature by about
10°C, selecting a longer cooking time if
necessary.
• While cooking desserts or vegetables,
excessive condensation may form on the
glass. In order to avoid this, open the
door very carefully a couple of times
while cooking.
Advice for defrosting and proving
• Place frozen foods without their
packaging in a lidless container on the
first shelf of the oven.
• Avoid overlapping the food.
• To defrost meat, use the rack placed on
the second level and a tray on the first
level. In this way, the liquid from the
defrosting food drains away from the
food.
• The most delicate parts can be covered
with aluminium foil.
• For successful proving, a container of
water should be placed in the bottom of
the oven.
To save energy
• Stop cooking a few minutes before the
time normally used. Cooking will
continue for the remaining minutes with
the heat which has accumulated inside
the oven.
• Reduce any opening of the door to a
minimum to avoid heat dispersal.
• Keep the inside of the appliance clean
at all times.
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Use
3.8 Programmer clock
Setting the time
If the time is not set, the oven will
not switch on.
On the first use, or after a power failure, the
digits
will be flashing on the
appliance’s display.
Value decrease key
Clock key
Value increase key
Ensure that the programmer clock
shows the cooking duration
symbol
, otherwise it will not
be possible to turn on the oven.
Press the key
to reset the
programmer clock.
1. Hold down the clock key
for two
seconds. The dot between the hours and
the minutes flashes.
2. The time can be set via the value
increase key
and value decrease
key
. Keep the key pressed in to
increase or decrease rapidly.
3. Wait 7 seconds. The dot between the
hours and the minutes stops flashing.
4. The symbol
on the display indicates
that the appliance is ready to start
cooking.
To change the time, hold down the
value increase key
and value
decrease key
at the same time
for two seconds, then set the time.
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Use
Timed cooking is the function
which allows a cooking operation
to be started and then ended after
a specific length of time set by the
user.
1. Keep the clock key
symbol
pressed until the
appears.
1. Press the clock key
display the symbol
again. On the
and the text
6. Press the clock key
programmer clock.
to reset the
EN
Timed cooking
It is not possible to set a cooking
time of more than 10 hours.
To cancel the set programming
press and hold down the value
increase
and the value
decrease
keys at the same
time and then turn the oven off
manually.
appear, alternating with the
current time.
2. Use the value increase
and value
decrease
keys to set the required
minutes of cooking.
3. Select a function and a cooking
temperature.
4. Wait approx. 5 seconds without pressing
any key in order for the function to
activate. The current time and the
symbols
and
will appear on the
display.
At the end of cooking the heating elements
will be deactivated. On the display, the
symbol
turns off, the symbol
flashes and the buzzer sounds.
5. To turn the buzzer off, simply press one of
the programmer clock keys.
Programmed cooking
Programmed cooking is the
function which allows a cooking
operation to be started at a set
time and then ended after a
specific length of time set by the
user.
1. Set the cooking time as described in the
previous point “Timed cooking”.
2. Hold the menu key
seconds.
down for 2
3. Press the menu key
again. The
display will show the digits
and the text
in sequence,
while the
symbol flashes (for
example, the current time is 17:30)
4. Use the
or
key to set the
required minutes (for example 1 hour)
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Use
5. Press the menu key
. The text
will appear on the display in
sequence with the pre-set cooking
duration added to the current time (for
example, the cooking end time shown is
18:30).
6. Press the
or
key to set the
cooking end time. (for example, 19:30).
Bear in mind that a few minutes for
oven preheating must be added to
the cooking time.
It is not possible to set a
programmed cooking time of more
than 24 hours.
After setting, hold the menu key
down for 2 seconds to
display the cooking time
remaining. Press the menu key
again. The display shows the text
and the remaining
cooking time in sequence.
Minute minder timer
7. Wait approx. 7 seconds without pressing
any key in order for the function to
activate. The current time will appear on
the display, and the symbols
and
will turn off while the
indicator
light comes on.
8. Select a cooking temperature and
function.
9. At the end of cooking the heating
elements will be deactivated. On the
display, symbol
turns off, symbol
flashes and the buzzer sounds.
10. Return the function and temperature
knobs to 0.
11. To turn off the buzzer just press any key
of the programmer clock.
12. Press keys
and
at the same
time to reset the set program.
It is not possible to set a cooking
time of more than 10 hours.
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The minute minder timer does not
stop the cooking operation but
rather informs the user when the set
time has run out.
The minute minder timer can be activated at
any time.
1. Keep the clock key
pressed for per
a few seconds. The display shows the
figures
and the symbol
flashing between the hours and minutes.
2. Use the value increase
and value
decrease
keys to set the number of
minutes required.
3. Wait approx. 5 seconds without pressing
any key to finish setting the minute
minder. The current time and the
symbols
and
appear on the
display.
A buzzer will sound when the set time is
reached.
Use
to turn
EN
4. Press the value decrease key
the buzzer off.
The minute minder timer can be set
from 1 minute to a maximum of 23
hours and 59 minutes.
Modifying the set data
1. Press the clock key
.
2. Use the value increase
and value
decrease
keys to set the number of
minutes required.
Deleting the set data
1. Press the clock key
.
2. Hold down the value increase
and
value decrease
keys at the same
time.
3. Then switch off the oven manually if
cooking is in progress.
Selecting the buzzer
The buzzer can have 3 tones.
1. Hold down the value increase
value decrease
time.
2. Press the clock key
and
keys at the same
.
3. Press the value decrease key
select a different buzzer tone.
to
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Cooking information table
Lasagne
Pasta bake
3-4
3-4
Convection
Convection
Runner position from the
bottom
1
1
Roast veal
Pork
Sausages
Roast beef
Roast rabbit
Turkey breast
Roast pork neck
Roast chicken
2
2
1.5
1
1.5
3
2-3
1.2
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan grill
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
180 - 190
180 - 190
MAX
200
180 - 190
180 - 190
180 - 190
180 - 190
Pork chops
Spare ribs
Bacon
Pork fillet
Beef fillet
1.5
1.5
0.7
1.5
1
Fan grill
Fan grill
Grill
Fan grill
Grill
4
4
5
4
5
MAX
MAX
MAX
MAX
MAX
Salmon trout
Delicate fish
Flounder
1.2
1.5
1.5
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
2
2
2
150 - 160
160
160
35 - 40
60 - 65
45 - 50
1
1
1
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
2
2
2
MAX
190 - 200
180 - 190
8-9
25 - 30
20 - 25
1
1
1
1
1.2
1.2
1
1
0.6
Fan forced
Fan forced
Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan forced
Fan assisted/Fan forced
Fan forced
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
160
160
160 - 170
160
160
180
150 - 160
160
160
55 - 60
35 - 40
55 - 60
20 - 25
55 - 60
80 - 90
55 - 60
55 - 60
30 - 35
Food
Weight
(Kg)
Function
Temperature
220 - 230
220 - 230
45 - 50
45 - 50
90 - 100
70 - 80
15
40 - 45
70 - 80
110 - 120
170 - 180
65 - 70
(°C)
Time (minutes)
1st surface 2nd surface
Pizza
Bread
Focaccia
Ring cake
Jam tart
Ricotta cake
Jam tarts
Paradise cake
Profiteroles
Sponge cake
Rice pudding
Brioches
15
10
7
10
10
5
10
8
5
7
The times indicated in the table do not include preheating times and are provided as a guide only.
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4 Cleaning and maintenance
4.1 Instructions
Improper use
Risk of damage to surfaces
• Do not use steam jets to clean the
appliance.
• Do not use cleaning products containing
chlorine, ammonia or bleach on steel
parts or parts with metallic finishes on the
surface (e.g. anodizing, nickel- or
chromium-plating).
• Do not use abrasive or corrosive
detergents (e.g. scouring powders, stain
removers and metallic sponges) on
glass parts.
• Do not use rough or abrasive materials
or sharp metal scrapers.
• Do not spill sugar or sweet mixtures on
the cooktop while cooking or place
materials or substances which could melt
on it (plastic or tin foil). If this happens, to
avoid damage to the surface, turn off the
heat immediately and clean the surface
with the scraper provided while the
cooking zone is still lukewarm.
4.2 Cleaning the appliance
We recommend the use of
cleaning products distributed by
the manufacturer.
Cleaning the cooktop
Smudges from aluminium-based pans can
be easily cleaned off with a cloth
dampened in vinegar.
After cooking, remove any burnt residues
with the scraper provided; rinse with water
and dry thoroughly with a clean cloth.
Regular use of the scraper considerably
reduces the need for chemical detergents
for the daily cleaning of the cooktop.
Dirt which may have fallen on the cooktop
while cleaning lettuce or potatoes can
scratch the cooktop when moving pans.
Consequently, remove any dirt from the
cooking surface immediately.
Changes in colour do not affect the
operation and stability of the glass. These
are not alterations to the material of the
cooktop but just residues which have not
been removed and have then carbonised.
Shiny surfaces can form due to the bases
of pans, especially aluminium ones, rubbing
on the surface, and due to the use of
unsuitable detergents. They are difficult to
remove using conventional cleaning
products. It may be necessary to repeat the
cleaning process several times. Use of
corrosive detergents or rubbing of pan
bases can wear away the decoration on
the cooktop over time and contribute to the
formation of stains.
Recommendations for cleaning the
cooktop
To keep the surfaces in good condition,
they should be cleaned regularly after use.
Let them cool first.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning and maintenance
Weekly cleaning
4.3 Removing the door
Clean and maintain the cooktop once a
week using an ordinary glass ceramic
cleaning product. Always follow the
manufacturer’s instructions. The silicon in
these products creates a protective, waterrepellent membrane which also resists dirt.
All marks stay on the membrane and can
therefore be removed easily. After cleaning,
dry the surface with a clean cloth. Make
sure that there is no detergent left on the
cooking surface as it might undergo an
aggressive reaction when heated up and
could modify the structure of the cooking
surface.
For easier cleaning, the door can be
removed and placed on a tea towel.
To remove the door proceed as follows:
1. Open the door completely and insert two
pins into the holes on the hinges
indicated in the figure.
Recommendations for cleaning the oven
cavity
For the best oven upkeep, clean it regularly
after having allowed it to cool.
Avoid letting food residue dry inside the
oven cavity, as this could damage the
enamel.
Take out all removable parts before
cleaning.
For easier cleaning, we recommend
removing:
• The door
• The rack/tray support frames
• The oven seal.
In the event you are using specific
cleaning products, we recommend
running the oven at maximum
temperature for 15-20 minutes in
order to eliminate any residue.
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2. Grasp the door on both sides with both
hands, lift it forming an angle of around
30° and remove it.
3. To reassemble the door, put the hinges in
the relevant slots in the oven, making sure
that grooved sections A are resting
completely in the slots. Lower the door
and once it is in place remove the pins
from the holes in the hinges.
3. Some models have an intermediate glass
pane. Remove the intermediate glass
pane by lifting it upwards.
4.4 Cleaning the door glazing
The glass in the door should always be kept
thoroughly clean. Use absorbent kitchen
roll. In case of stubborn dirt, wash with a
damp sponge and an ordinary detergent.
4.5 Removing the internal glass panes
For easier cleaning the door internal glass
panes can be disassembled.
1. Remove the internal glass pane by
pulling the rear part gently upwards,
following the movement indicated by the
arrows (1).
2. Then, pull the front part upwards (2). In
this way, the 4 pins attached to the glass
detach from their housings in the oven
door.
4. Clean the external glass pane and the
panes previously removed. Use
absorbent kitchen roll. In case of
stubborn dirt, wash with a damp sponge
and neutral detergent.
5. Refit the panes in the reverse order in
which they were removed.
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EN
Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning and maintenance
6. Reposition the internal glass pane. Take
care to centre and insert the 4 pins into
their housings in the oven door by
applying slight pressure.
4.6 Vapour Clean
Vapour Clean is an assisted
cleaning procedure which
facilitates the removal of dirt.
Thanks to this process, it is possible
to clean the inside of the oven very
easily. The dirt residues are
softened by the heat and water
vapour for easier removal at a
later stage.
Improper use
Risk of damage to surfaces
Removing racks/trays support frames
Removing the guide frames enables the
sides to be cleaned more easily. This
operation should be performed each time
the automatic cleaning cycle is used (on
some models only).
To remove the guide frames: Pull the frame
towards the inside of the oven to unhook it
from its groove A, then slide it out of the
seats B at the back.
When cleaning is complete, repeat the
above procedures to put the guide frames
back in.
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• Remove any food residues or large spills
from previous cooking operations from
the inside of the oven.
• Carry out assisted oven cleaning
operations only when the oven is cold.
Preliminary operations
Before starting the Vapour Clean function:
• Completely remove all accessories from
inside the oven.
• Pour approximately 40 cc of water into
the tray. Make sure it does not overflow
out of the cavity.
Vapour Clean setting
1. Turn the function knob to the symbol
the temperature knob to the symbol
and
.
2. Set a cooking time of 18 minutes using
the programmer clock.
The Vapour Clean cycle starts.
3. At the end of the Vapour Clean cycle, the
timer will deactivate the oven heating
elements, the buzzer will start to sound
and the numbers on the programmer
clock dial will flash.
End of the Vapour Clean cycle
• Spray a water and washing up liquid
solution inside the oven using a spray
nozzle. Direct the spray against the side
walls, upwards, downwards and
towards the deflector.
4. Open the door and wipe away the less
stubborn dirt with a microfibre cloth.
5. Use an anti-scratch sponge with brass
filaments on tougher encrustations.
6. In case of grease residues use specific
oven cleaning products.
7. Remove the water left inside the oven.
For improved hygiene and to avoid food
being affected by any unpleasant odours,
we recommend that the oven is dried using
a fan assisted function at 160°C for
approximately 10 minutes.
We recommend wearing rubber
gloves for these operations.
• Close the door.
We recommend spraying approx.
20 times at the most.
For easier manual cleaning of the
parts difficult to reach, we
recommend removing the door.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Cleaning and maintenance
4.7 Extraordinary maintenance
Removing and installing the oven seal
To remove the oven seal:
• Unhook the clips in the 4 corners and in
the centre, then pull the oven seal.
Replacing the oven light bulb
Live parts
Danger of electrocution
• Unplug the appliance.
The oven is fitted with a 40W light
bulb.
1. Completely remove all accessories from
inside the oven.
2. Remove the racks/trays support frames.
3. Remove the bulb cover using a tool (e.g.
a screwdriver).
Pay attention not to scratch the oven
cavity enamel.
To install the oven seal:
• Hook the clips in the 4 corners and in the
centre onto the oven seal.
Oven seal maintenance tips
The seal should be soft and elastic.
• To keep the oven seal clean, use a nonabrasive sponge and lukewarm water to
wash it.
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4. Slide out and remove the light bulb.
Do not touch the halogen light
bulb directly with your fingers, but
wrap it in insulating material.
5. Fit the new light bulb.
6. Refit the cover. Ensure the moulded part
of the glass (A) is facing the door.
What to do if...
The appliance does not work.
• The circuit breaker is faulty: look in the
fuse box and check that the circuit
breaker is in working order.
• Power cut: check whether the kitchen
light works.
The oven does not heat up.
• Faulty fuse: check and, if required,
replace the circuit breaker.
• The function knob has not been set: set
the function knob.
All dishes that are prepared in the oven
burn within an extremely short period of
time.
• Faulty thermostat: call the Authorised
Assistance Centres.
The door panel steams up when the oven
is hot.
• Normal occurrence caused by the
difference in temperature: this has no
effect on oven performance.
7. Press the cover completely down so that
it attaches perfectly to the bulb support.
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Cleaning and maintenance
Installation
5 Installation
5.1 Clearances above and around domestic appliances
This appliance must be installed by an
authorised person in accordance with this
instruction manual, AS/NZS 5601.1 –
Gas installations (installation and pipe
sizing), local gas fitting regulations, local
electrical regulations, Building Code of
Australia and any other government
authority.
Requirements
1. Overhead clearances –
(Measurement A) Range hoods and
exhaust fans shall be installed in
accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions. However, in no case shall
the clearance between the highest part
of the cooktop of the cooking appliance
and a range hood be less than 600 mm
or, for an overhead exhaust fan, 750
mm. Any other downward facing
combustible surface less than 600 mm
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above the highest part of the cooktop
shall be protected for the full width and
depth of the cooking surface area in
accordance with Clause 5.12.1.2.
However, in no case shall this clearance
to any surface be less than 450 mm.
2. Side clearances – (Measurements B &
C) Where B, measured from the
periphery of the nearest burner to any
vertical combustible surface, is less than
200 mm, the surface shall be protected
in accordance with Clause 5.12.1.2 to a
height C of not less than 150 mm above
the cooktop for the full dimension (width
or depth) of the cooking surface area.
Where the cooking appliance is fitted
with a ‘splashback’, protection of the
rear wall is not required.
Installation
Notes
1. Requirement 3 does not apply to a
freestanding or elevated cooking
appliance which is designed to prevent
flames or the cooking vessels from
extending beyond the periphery of the
appliance.
2. The ‘cooking surface area’ is defined as
that part of the appliance where cooking
normally takes place and does not
include those parts of the appliance
containing control knobs.
3. For definition of cooktop, see Clause
1.4.64.
4. For definition of trivet, see Clause
1.4.109.
5. Consideration is to be given to window
treatments when located near cooking
appliances. See Clause 5.3.4.
5.2 Positioning
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3. Additional requirements for
Freestanding and Elevated Cooking
Appliaces – (Measurements D & E)
Where D, the distance from the
periphery of the nearest burner to a
horizontal combustible surface is less
than 200 mm, then E shall be 10 mm or
more, or the horizontal surface shall be
above the trivet. See insets above.
Heavy appliance
Danger of crush injuries
• Place the appliance into the piece of
furniture with the aid of a second person.
Pressure on the open door
Risk of damages to the appliance
• When positioning the appliance during
installation, do not use the door handle
to lift up or move this appliance.
• Never use the oven door to lever the
appliance into place when fitting.
• Avoid exerting too much pressure on the
oven door when open.
Heat production during appliance
operation
Risk of fire
• Veneers, adhesives or plastic coatings
on adjacent furniture should be
temperature-resistant (no less than
90°C).
The appliance connection point
shall be accessible with the
appliance installed.
General information
This appliance may be installed next to
walls, one of which must be higher than the
worktop, at a minimum distance of 50 mm
from the side of the appliance, as shown in
figures A and C relative to the installation
classes.
Any wall units positioned above the
worktop must be at a minimum distance of
at least 600 mm. If a hood is installed
above the cooktop, refer to the hood
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Installation
instruction manual to ensure the correct
clearance is left.
Depending on the type of installation, this
appliance belongs to classes:
C - Class 2 subclass 1 (Built-in appliance)
The appliance must be installed by
authorised persons and according
to the regulations in force.
A - Class 1 (Free-standing appliance)
If the appliance is installed on a
raised platform, secure it using
suitable fastening systems. DO
NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE.
B - Class 2 subclass 1 (Built-in appliance)
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Positioning and levelling
Heavy appliance
Risk of damage to the appliance
• Insert the front feet first and then the rear
ones.
• After making the gas and electrical
connections, screw on the four feet
supplied with the appliance.
The appliance must sit level on the floor to
ensure stability.
• Screw or unscrew the bottom part of the
foot until the appliance is stable and
level on the floor.
Assembling the backguard
The backguard provided is an
integral part of the product. It must
be fastened to the appliance prior
to installation.
The backguard must always be positioned
and secured correctly on the appliance.
1. Loosen the 4 screws (A) on the back of
the cooktop (2 for each side) using a
screwdriver.
2. Place the backguard on the worktop.
3. Align the slots of the backguard (B) with
the screws (A).
4. Tighten the 4 screws previously
loosened.
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EN
Installation
Installation
Fastening to the wall
3. Assemble the fastening bracket.
The anti-tip devices must be
installed in order to prevent the
appliance tipping over.
1. Screw the wall fastening plate to the rear
of the appliance.
4. Align the base of the hook on the
fastening bracket with the base of the slot
on the wall fastening plate.
2. Adjust the height of the 4 feet.
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Installation
6. Use 50 mm for the distance from the side
of the appliance to the bracket holes.
7. Move the bracket onto the wall and
mark the position of the holes to be
drilled in the wall.
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5. Align the base of the fastening bracket
with the ground and tighten the screws to
fix the measurements.
8. After drilling the holes in the wall, use
wall plugs and screws to fasten the
bracket to the wall.
9. Push the cooker towards the wall, and at
the same time, insert the bracket in the
plate fastened to the rear of the
appliance.
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Installation
Wall fixing
1. Turn the screw placed behind the
cooktop near the gas connection.
4. Mark the wall in the position where the
hole is to be drilled.
5. Drill the hole and insert a wall plug.
2. Attach the chain to the cooker with the
screw just removed.
3. Stretch it out horizontally so that the other
end of the chain touches the wall.
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6. Attach the chain and push the appliance
to the wall.
The chain length must be as short
as practicable to avoid appliance
tilting forward and also diagonal
to avoid appliance moving
sideways.
Installation
Power voltage
Danger of electrocution
• Have the electrical connection
performed by authorised technical
personnel.
• Use personal protective equipment.
• The appliance must be connected to
earth in compliance with electrical
system safety standards.
• Disconnect the mains supply.
• Do not pull the cable to remove the
plug.
• Use cables withstanding a temperature
of at least 90°C.
• The tightening torque of the screws of
the terminal board conductors must be
1.5 - 2 Nm.
General information
Check the grid characteristics against the
data indicated on the plate.
The identification plate bearing the
technical data, serial number and brand
name is visibly positioned on the appliance.
Do not remove this plate for any reason.
Perform the ground connection using a wire
that is 20 mm longer than the other wires.
The appliance can work in the following
modes:
• 220-240 V 1N~
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5.3 Electrical connection
Use a 3 x 6 mm² three-core cable:
• 380-415 V 2N~
Use a 4 x 4 mm² four-core cable.
• 380-415 V 3N~
Use a 5 x 1.5 mm² five-core cable.
The values indicated above refer
to the cross-section of the internal
conductor.
The aforementioned power cables
are sized taking into account the
coincidence factor (in compliance
with standard EN 60335-2-6).
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Installation
Fixed connection
5.4 For the installer
Fit the power line with an omnipolar circuit
breaker in compliance with installation
regulations. The circuit breaker should be
located near the appliance and in an easily
reachable position.
• The plug must remain accessible after the
installation is complete. Do not kink or
trap the mains connection cable.
• The appliance must be fitted according
to the installation diagrams.
• Do not attempt to turn or stress the
threaded elbow on the manifold. You risk
damage to this part of the appliance
which may void the manufacturer’s
warranty.
• In case the appliance fails to operate
correctly after all checks have been
carried out, refer to the Authorised
Assistance Centre in your area.
• When satisfied with the appliance,
please instruct the user on the correct
method of operation.
Connection with plug and socket
Make sure that the plug and socket are of
the same type.
Avoid use of adapters and shunts as these
could cause overheating and a risk of
burns.
Overall dimensions
Location of electrical connection points.
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