Gas Range - Trail Appliances

Gas Range
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User manual
IMPORTANT
Installer should leave these instructions with appliance.
Consumer should read these instructions before using
the appliance and should retain them for future reference.
BGRP34520SS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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WARNING: If the information in this manual is not
~ followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury or death.
- Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable
vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
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Do not try to light any appliance.
Do not touch any electrical switch.
Do not use any phone in your building.
Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor's
phone. Follow the gas supplier's instructions.
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
- Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.
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TO PREVENT TIPPING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or exploresu It
or death .
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INJURY TO PERSONS COULD RESULT
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INSTALL ANTI-TIP DEVICES PACKED WITH
RANGE
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SEE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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WARNING:
DO NOT OPERATE THE RANGE WITHOUT ANTITIP DEVICE IN PLACE AND ENGAGED
"After installation cautiously grip the rear of the range to ensure the anti-tip
bracket is engaging the rear foot of range."
Check for proper installation and use of the anti-tip bracket. Carefully tip the
range forward pulling from the back to ensure that the anti-tip bracket engages the range leg and prevents tip-over. Range should not move more
than 1" '25 mm.
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This appliance is intended for normal household use only. It is not approved for outdoor or
other non-household uses (including sea or air-going vessels). See the Statement of Limited Warranty. If you have any questions, contact the manufacturer.
Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically recommended in this
manual. Refer all servicing to a factory authorized service center.
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Explanation of symbols
Throughout this User Manual the following symbols are used:
ffimportant information or useful hints about usage.
&warning for hazardous situations with regard to life and property.
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Warning for electric shock.
~Warning for risk of fire.
&warning for hot surfaces.
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate
injury.
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to physical injury.
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Dear Customer,
Your product has been manufactured in modern facilities and has passed strict quality control
procedures.
To obtain the best performance, we request that you read through this user manual carefully,
especially the safety instructions, before using your product and that you keep it for future reference. If this product is given to another consumer, please give them this manual for their refer-
IMPORTANT:
Save these instructions for the local electrical ins ectors use.
IMPORTANT:
This product can only be used in a room which incorporates a properly
adjusted and functioning Carbon Monoxide sensor. Make sure the Carbon
Monoxide sensor works properly and is maintained done frequently. Carbon
Monoxide sensor should be installed maximum 6.5 feet away from the
roduct.
The instructions will help you to operate the appliance properly and safely.
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Upon delivery, please check that the appliance is not damaged. If you note any transport damage,
please contact the shipping company or company where you purchased the appliance immediately and do not connect and operate the appliance!
When you pass on the appliance to another person, please provide all documents including
original sales receipt which should show the date of purchasing. Warranty is not valid if the
product is sold second hand.
If you should decide not to use this appliance any longer (or decide to substitute an older model),
before disposing of it, it is recommended that it be made inoperative in an appropriate manner in
accordance with health and environmental protection regulations, ensuring in particular that all
potentially hazardous parts be made harmless, especially in relation to children who could play
with old appliances. Remove the door and the warming drawer before disposal to prevent entrapment.
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mMaintenance and care
Basic safety instructions ................................. 7
Safety for children ........................................1o
Safety when working with electricity .............. 10
Safety when working with gas ....................... 11
Intended use ................................................12
Disposal ......................................................13
Packaging material .......................................13
Future transportation ....................................13
General information ..................................... 34
Cleaning the burner/plate ............................ 34
Cleaning the control panel ........................... 34
Cleaning the oven ....................................... 34
Removing the oven door .............................. 36
Replacing the oven lamp .............................. 36
~ General information
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Installation and connection ............................14
Connection to the main supply ...................... 22
Overview ..................................................... 38
Technical specifications ............................... 39
Pakage contents ......................................... 40
Injector table ............................................... 42
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mTroubleshooting
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Tips for saving energy .................................. 24
Initial use ..................................................... 24
First cleaning of the appliance ....................... 24
Initial heating ............................................... 24
mRemoving the Package
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~Installation
~ How to use the hob
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General information about cooking ................ 25
Using the hobs ............................................. 25
mHow to operate the oven
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General information on baking, roasting and
broiling .................................................. 27
How to use the gas oven ............................... 28
Cooking times table ......................................31
How to operate the broil ................................33
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1m WARRANTY STATEMENT FOR
BLOMBERG ELECTRIC AND GAS
RANGES
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Lh Basic safety instructions
• This appliance is not intended
for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction
concerning use of appliance by a
person responsible for their
safety.
• Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
• Never use when judgment or
coordination is impaired by the
use of alcohol and/or drugs.
• If the supply cord damaged, it
must be replaced by a special
cord or assembly available from
the manufacturer or its service
agent or similary qualified persons.
• Do not operate the appliance if it
is defective or shows any visible
damage.
• Do not carry out any repairs or
modifications on the appliance.
However, you may remedy some
malfunctions; see Troubleshooting.
• Only authorized replacement
parts may be used in performing
service on the range. Replace-
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ment parts are available from
factory authorized parts distributors. Contact the nearest parts
distributor in your area.
Never modify or alter the construction of the range including
by removing leveling legs, panels,
wire covers, anti-tip brackets, or
screws, or any other part of the
appliance.
Be careful when using alcoholic
drinks in your dishes. Alcohol
evaporates in high temperatures
and may cause fire since it will
catch fire when it gets in contact
with hot surfaces.
Your body accidentally can turn
the knobs, please make sure
that your body do not touch to
knobs not for use.
WARNING: Food Poisoning Hazard: Do not let food sit in oven
for more than 1 hour before or
after cooking. Doing so can result in food poisoning or sickness.
WARNING: To avoid permanent
damage to the oven bottom
finish do not line the oven bottom with any type of foil or liner.
WARNING: Never cover the top
of burner grates with any kind of
cover. Use only cooking utensils
with recommended diameters.
Make sure ventilation and oven
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fume oulets shown below are
not closed. Otherwise fire hazard
and carbon monoxide poisoning
can occur.
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Do not heat closed food containers
and glass jars. Pressure that may
build-up in the jar can cause it to
burst.
WARNING: ( If your product has no
illuminated knobs ) : Do not remove
knobs. Service authorized person
should do it. There is a steel spring
and steel ring inside the knob. Do
not remove them. Otherwise, can be
dangerous for the health issue and
functional
WARNING: Make sure that top
burner grates are always centered
on top of burners, as seen in the
figure below. Misplacing of top
burner grates may cause carbon
monoxide poisoning and death. Always control top burner grates position before use.
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Keep appliance area clear and
free from combustible materials,
gasoline, and other flammable
vapors.
• Ensure that no flammable materials are adjacent to the appliance as the sides become hot
during use.
• Fire risk! Do not store flammable material in the oven and/or in
the warming drawer.
• Do not use water on grease
fires.
Smother fire or flame or use dry
chemical or foam type extinguisher.
• Do not leave empty pots or pans
on plates that are switched on.
They might get damaged.
• Since it may be hot, do not leave
plastic or aluminum dishes on
the surface of appliance. These
kind of dishes should not be
used to keep food either.
• Do not use aluminium foil to line
surface unit drip bowls or oven
bottoms or oven bottoms, except
as suggested in the manual. lm-
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proper installation of these liners
may result in a risk of electric
shock, and/or fire.
The manufacturer declines all
liability for injury to persons or
damage to property caused by
incorrect or improper use of the
appliance.
Always use only dry potholders
or heat-resistant gloves when
inserting or removing the dishes
into/from your oven. Do not let
potholder touch hot heating elements. Do not use a towel or
other bulky cloth.
~ WARNING: NEVER cover
any slots, holes or passages in
the oven bottom or cover an entire rack with materials such as
aluminum foil. Doing so blocks
air flow through the oven and
may cause carbon monoxide
poisoning. Aluminum foil linings
may also trap heat, causing a
fire hazard.
Do not use the oven with front
door glass removed or broken.
Rear surface of the oven gets
hot when it is in use. Electric
connection should not touch the
rear surface, otherwise the main
cable may get damaged. Do not
trap the main cable between the
hot oven door and frame. Do not
route the main cable over the
hot cooking section. Otherwise,
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cable insulation may melt and
cause fire as a result of short
circuit.
Never wear loose-fitting or hanging garments while using the
appliance. Be careful when
reaching for items stored in cabinets over the oven. Flammable
materiel could be ignited if
brought in contact with hor surfaces or heating elements and
may cause severe burns.
Flame in the oven can be smothered completely by classing
the oven door and turning the
oven off or by using a multipurpose dry chemical or foamtype fire extinguisher.
Place the oven rack in the desired position while the oven is
cool. If racks must be handled
when hot, do not let pot holder
contact the heating elements.
Do not use the oven to dry
newspapers. If overheated, they
can catch on fire.
After broiling, always take any
broiler pan out of the oven and
clean it. Leftover grease in a
broiler pan can catch fire next
time you use the pan.
Check that all controls on the
appliance are switched off after
use.
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pliance to be used. After this
procedure, guarantee period will
be started.
Safety for children
• WARNING: Stepping, leaning or
sitting on the door or drawers of
this range can result in serious
injuries and also cause damage
to the range. Do not allow children to climb or play around the
range. The weight of a child on
an open door may cause the
range to tip, resulting in serious
burns or other injury.
• Accessible parts may be hot
when the broil is in use. Young
children should be kept away.
• Surface units may be hot even
though they are dark in color.
Areas near surface units may
become hot enough to cause
burns. During and after use, do
not touch or let clothing or other
flammable materials contact surface units until they have had
sufficient time to cool. Among
these areas are (identification of
areas) for example, the cook-top
and surfaces facing the cook-top.
• WARNING: Do not store items of
interest to children in the cabinets above the range or on back
guard of a range. Children
climbing on the range to reach
items could be seriously injured.
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• The packaging materials will be
dangerous for children. Keep the
packaging materials away from
children. Please dispose of all
parts of the packaging according
to environmental standards.
Safety when working with electricity
• ~WARNING: Before installing,
turn power OFF at the service
panel. Lock service panel to prevent power from being turned
ON accidentally.
• ~WARNING: Personal injury
or death from electrical shock
may occur if the range is not installed by a qualified installer or
electrician.
• Any additions, changes or conversions required in order for
this appliance to satisfactorily
meet the application needs must
be made by a qualified technician.
• In case of any damage, switch
off the appliance and disconnect
it from the main supply by removing the fuse or switching off
the circuit breaker.
• Ensure that the fuse rating is
correct.
• Do not operate the appliance
barefooted.
• Never touch the appliance with
wet hands or feet.
Safety when working with gas
• WARNING: To reduce the risk of
personal injury in the event of a
grease fire, observe the following:
• Smother flames with a closefitting lid, cookie sheet, or metal
tray, then turn off the burner.
Exercise caution to prevent
burns. If the flames do not go
out immediately, evacuate and
call the fire department.
• Never pick up a flaming panYou may be burned.
• Do not use water, including wet
rags
• Or towels-a violent steam explosion will result.
• Make certain that gas shutoff
valve and all burner controls are
in U1e OFF position before be···
ginning.
Use an extinguisher only if:
1) You know you have a CLASS ABC
extinguisher and you already know
how to operate it.
2) The fire is small and contained in
the area where it started.
3) The fire department is being
called.
4) The fire does not obstruct your
escape route.
• Any works on gas equipment
and systems may only be carried
out by authorized qualified persons.
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"Prior to the installation, ensure
that the local distribution conditions (nature of the gas and gas
pressure) and the adjustment of
the appliance are compatible."
• "This appliance is not connected
to a combustion products evacuation device. It shall be installed and connected in accordance with current installation
regulations. Particular attention
shall be given to the relevant requirements regarding ventilation;" See Before installation.
• "CAUTION: "The use of gas
cooking appliance results in the
production of heat and moisture
in the room in which it is installed. Ensure that the kitchen
is well ventilated: keep natural
ventilation holes open or install a
mechanical ventilation device
(mechanical extractor hood).
Prolonged intensive use of the
appliance may call for additional
ventilation, for example increasing the level of the mechanical
ventilation where present."
• Gas appliances and systems
must be regularly checked for
proper functioning. Please arrange for annual maintenance.
• Clean the gas burners regularly.
The flames should be blue and
burn evenly.
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Good combustion is required in
gas appliances. In case of incomplete combustion, carbon
monoxide (CO) might develop.
Carbon monoxide is a colorless,
odorless and very toxic gas,
which has a lethal effect even in
very small doses.
• Request information about gas
emergency telephone numbers
and safety measures in case of
gas smell from you local gas
provider.
• The appliance and its individual
shut-off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure
testing of that system at test
pressures in excess of 1/2 psi
(3.5 kPa).
• The appliance must be isolated
from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during any
pressure testing of the gas
supply piping system at test
pressures equal to or less than
1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
• Hob burners will not automatically re-ignite in the event of
power failure and unignited gas
will still be expelled from the
burners. Switch off burners immediately whenever a power
failure occurs.
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Intended use
• WARNING: Use this appliance
only for its intended use as described n this manual. NEVER
use this appliance as a space
heater to heat or warm a room.
Doing so may result in carbon
monoxide poisoning and overheating the appliance. Never use
the appliance for storage.
• This appliance should not be
used for warming the plates under the broil, hanging towels and
dish cloths on the handles, for
drying and the space heating
purposes.
• All openings in the wall behind
the appliance and in the floor
under the appliance shall be
sealed.
• This appliance is not intended to
use at mobile homes, recreational vehicles.
• Do not obstruct the flow of ventilation air.
• The manufacturer shall not be
held liable for any damage
caused by improper use or handling errors.
• The appliance can be used for
defrosting, baking, roasting and
broiling food.
Disposal
Packing elements (i.e. plastic bags,
polystyrene foam, nails, packing
straps, etc.) should not be left around
within easy reach of children, as these
may cause serious injuries.
The packaging material and transport locks are
made from materials that are not harmful to the
environment. Please dispose of all parts of the
packaging according to environmental standards. This is beneficial to the environment.
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product will be given to someone for
personal use or given to someone for
second hand use, User manual, product labels, other related documents,
mounting parts etc. should be given
with product.
viously disconnected it from the electric power
supply.
NOTICE:
Do not place other items on the top of
,.,.....~he appliance. The appliance must be
transported upright.
Store the appliance's original box and transport
the appliance in its original carton. Follow tile
guidance marks that are printed on the carton.
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~~eri~ the gen~ral a.p~earance. of your
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equ1pment by 1dent1fy1ng poss1ble
damage during the transportation.
To prevent the wire shelf and tray inside the
oven from damaging the oven door, place a
strip of cardboard onto the inside of the oven
door that lines up with the position of the trays.
Tape the oven door to the side walls.
If you do not have the original carton
Pack the appliance in bubble wrap or thick
cardboard and tape it securely in order to prevent damage during transportation.
Future transportation
Do not carry out cleaning or maintenance operations on the appliance without having pre-
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To ensure that critical air gaps are maintained
under the appliance, we recommend that this
appliance is mounted on a solid base and that
the feet do not sink into any carpet or soft flooring.
The kitchen floor must be able to carry the
weight of the appliance plus the additional weight
of cookware and bake ware and food.
• If an appliance hood is to befitted, refer to
the manufacturer's instructions regarding
fixing height.
• The appliance corresponds to device class 1,
i.e. it may be placed with the rear and one
side to kitchen walls, kitchen furniture or
equipment of any size. The kitchen furniture
or equipment on the other side may only be
of the same size or smaller.
• Any kitchen furniture next to the appliance
must be heat-resistant (212 oF min.).
Room ventilation
The air for combustion is taken from the room air
and the exhaust gases are emitted directly into
the room.
Good room ventilation is essential for safe operation of your appliance. If there is no window or
door available for room ventilation, an extra
ventilation must be installed.
Do not install this appliance in a room below
ground level unless it is open to ground lev~l on
at least one side. Failure to install correctly IS
dangerous and could result in prosecution.
Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may call
for additional ventilation, for example the opening
of a window, or the use of permanent fixed
mechanical ventilation system, for example, an
extractor fan or cooker hood that ventilates to the
outside.
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Be sure your appliance is properly installed and
grounded by a qualified technician in accordance
with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.latest edition, or in Canada, CAN/CGA 8149.1,
and CAN/CGA 8149.2, and National Electrical
Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70- latest edition, or in
Canada GSA Standard C22.1, Canadian Electrical
Code, Part 1 and local code requirements.
Installation and connection
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Do not install the appliance next to refrigera1--•ors or freezers. The heat emitted by the
appliance will lead to an increased energy
consumption of cooling appliances.
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For installation the appliance must be connected in accordance with all local electrical
and/or as re ulations.
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nit is heavy and requires a least two persons
r proper equipment to move.
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Hidden surfaces may have sharp edges.
Use caution when reaching behind or under
appliance.
Do not use the oven or warming drawer (if
equipped) for storage.
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••mNOTICE: Material damage!
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Do not place other items on the top of the
appliance. The appliance must be transported
upright. The door and/or handle must not be
used for lifting or moving the appliance. Take
care not to touch ihe oven heating element
also iocated at ihe top of the oven cavity, just
behind the ridged area. It is recommended to
wear gloves and long sleeves to protect hands
and forearms from abrasion and potentia•
scratches durinfJ the HtinfJ process. It is also
recommended to take oft watches and jewelry
and to wear work shoes during instanaton for
foot protection.Remove the oven door for
easier handBng and installation.
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The appliance must be placed directly on
the floor. It must not be placed onto a base
or a pedestal.
How to move the appliance
Movement of your appliance is most easily
achieved by lifting the front as indicated in the
drawing. Open the oven door sufficiently to allow
a comfortable and safe grip on the underside of
the oven roof avoid causing any damage to the
grill element or any internal parts of the oven. Do
not move by pulling on the door handle or knobs.
Move the appliance a bit at a time until placed in
the
Clearances &Dimensions
Dimensions that are shown in figure must be
used. Given dimensions provide minimum clearance. There needs to be a 30-inch minimum
clearance between the top of the cooking surface
and the bottom of unprotected wood or metal
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cabinets or a 24-inch minimum when bottom of
wood or metal cabinets are protected by not less
than a 1/4-inch flame retardant millboard covered with not less than no. 29 msg sheet-steel,
0.015-inch stainless steel, 0.024-inch aluminum
or 0.020-inch copper.
To eliminate the risk of burns or fire by reaching
over heated surface units, cabinet storage space
located above the surface units should be
avoided. If cabinet storage is to be provided, the
risk can be reduced by installing a range hood
that projects horizontally a minimum of 5 inches
beyond the bottom of the cabinets.
This appliance is not intended for use in mobile
homes, recreational vehicles.
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Important notes to the installer
Read manual before installing the cooker.
Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
Be sure to leave these instructions with the
consumer.
Be sure your range is installed and grounded
properly by a qualified installer or service technician.
IMPORTANT:
Before installing the range in an area covered
1---with linoleum or any other synthetic floor
covering, make sure the floor covering can
withstand heat at least 90°F (32.2°C) above
room temperature without shrinking, warping
or discoloring.
Do not install the range over carpeting unless you
place an insulating pad or sheet of l/44nch
(0.64cm) thick plywood between the unit and
carpeting.
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tip and injury to persons could
result.
• Anti-Tip stability devices are fixed on
wooden plate. During the removing packaging
materials, the Anti-Tip stability devices should
be unscrewed from wooden plate and should
not be thrown away.
• A risk of tip-over may exist if the appliance
is not installed in accordance with these
instructions.
• If the range is pulled away from the wall for
cleaning, service or any other reason, ensure
that the Anti-Tip Device is properly reengaged when the range is pushed back
against the wall. In the event of abnormal
usage (such as a person standing, sitting or
leaning on an open door), failure to take this
precaution can result in tipping of the range.
Personal injury might result from spilled hot
liquids or from the range itself.
Anti-Tip stability device installation instructions
1. Fix the bracket 1 to the ftoor with 4 screws (5)
in accordance with the dimensions and direction
indicated in Picture 1.
2. Measure dimension A of the product indicated
in Picture 2 according the height of counter.
Decide the hole on bracket 1 to which the
bracket 2 will be secured. Complete the
installation by tightening parts 3 and 4.
3. Position the appliance on its place after
completing the installation.
4. Check whether the appliance is locked with
bracket by gently lifting it up from rear side to
front side.
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PICTURE- 1
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PICTURE-2
mWARNING: Tip Over Hazard
Connect to the gas supply
r . tA child or adult can tip the range and be
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killed. Connect anti-tip bracket to anti-tip hole
at the back of the range. Reconnect the antitip bracket, if the range is moved. Failure to
follow these instructions can result in death or
serious burns to children and adults.
ARNING: Electrical shock hazard!
• Use extreme caution when drilling holes into
1'-...:;..~•·the wall or floor. There may be concealed
electrical wires located behind the wall or
under the floor.
• Identify the electrical circuits that could be
affected by the installation of the Anti Tip
Device, then turn off power to these circuits.
Failure to follow these instructions may
result in electrical shock or other personal
injury.
Connection to the gas supply
This appliance has been tested in accordance
with the following standards:
• ANS Z21 .1 b-2012 Household Cooking
Appliances
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It is the responsibility of the owner and the
installer to determine if additional require·
ments, such as local codes and/or standards, apply to specific installations. In the
absence of local codes, the installation must
conform with the National Fuel Code, ANSI
Z223. ·1 /NFPA54.
For Massachusetts Installations:
1. Installation must be performed by a qualified
or licensed contractor, plumber or gas fitter
qualified or licensed by the state , province or
region where this appliance is being installed.
2. Shut-off valve must be a "T" handle gas cock.
3. Flexible gas connector must not be longer
than 36 inches.
Installer -show the owner where the gas shut-off
valve is located.
High Altitude Installation note:
This cooker is ETL certified for safe operation up
to an altitude of 2.000 ft. without any modifications. For higher altitudes, please contact with
Service.
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product can be converted to LP
Gas convertion must always be
performed by Authorized Service Agents.
The gas connection is located below the back
panel of the range. It is accessible back of the
range.
Shut off main gas supply valve before disconnecting the old range and leave it off until the
new hook-up has been completed.
The cooker can be installed using rigid pipe or a
GSA, cCSAus, UL International-certified flexible
rnetal appliance connector. If using a flexible
connector, always use a new connector.
Apply pipe joint corn pound or tape appropriate
for use with Natural gas around all rnale pipe
threads to prevent leaks.
If not already present, install gas shut off valve in
an easily accessible location. Make sure all users
know where and how to shut off the gas supply
to the range.
Gas supply pressure for checking the regulator
setting is 6" we.
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he installer should inform the consumer of
he location of the gas shut-off valve. Flexible
Connector Method
1. Install rnale 1/2" flare adaptor at the 1/2" NPT
internal thread of the range inlet. Use a backup
wrench on the elbow fitting to avoid darnage.
2. Install rnale 1/2" or 3/4" flare union adapter
on the NPT internal thread. of the rnanual shutoff valve.
3. Connect flexible rnetal appliance connector.
4. Make sure circuit breaker is off and then plug
range cord in to electrical outlet
5. Push range back into position insuring that
range leg slides under the anti-tip bracket. The
range will sit 3/4" away frorn the wall when
properly installed.
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~NOTICE:
~Be careful not to crimp flexible connector!
6. Carefully tip range forward to insure that antitip bracket engages and prevents tip-over.
Rigid Pipe Method The configuration of the rigid
pipe connection will vary depending on the location of the gas pipe stub. Refer to Figure below
for details.
1. Make sure circuit breaker is off and then plug
range cord in to electrical outlet
2. Push range back into position insuring that
range leg slides under the anti-tip bracket. The
range will sit 3/4" away from the wall when
properly installed.
3. Carefully tip range forward to insure that antitip bracket engages and prevents tip- over.
4. Connect pipe to range at union. Access the
connection through the access panel behind the
warming drawer.
Proceed to "Test for Gas Leaks"
Flexible appliance
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Manual
shut-off
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gas supply connections
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Test for Gas Leaks
When flame is properly adjusted
Leak testing shall be conducted by the installer
according to the instructions given in this section.
Turn on Gas. Apply a non-corrosive leak detection fluid to all joints and fittings in the gas connection between the shut-off valve and the range.
Include gas fittings and joints in the range if
connections may have been disturbed during
installation. Bubbles appearing around fittings
There should be a flame at each range top burner port.
There should be no air gap between the flame
and the burner port.
and connections indicate a leak.
If a leak appears, turn off supply line gas shut-off
valve and tighten connections. Re-test for leaks
by turning on the supply line gas shut-off valve.
When leak check is complete (no bubbles appear), test is complete. Wipe off all detection
fluid residue.
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you plug in an electrical cord, be
all controls are in the OFF position.
Test burner function
1. Turn on Power at Breaker
Verify that wiring in house is correctly installed. If
not call Service.
2. Test Rangetop Burners
Test Burner Ignition. Select a range top burner
knob. Push down and turn to the flame symbol.
The igniter/spark module will produce a clicking
sound. Once the air has been purged from the
supply lines, the burner should light within four (4)
seconds.
Test Flame: High Setting. Turn burner on to HI.
See for appropriate flame characteristics. If any
of the burners continue to burn mostly or completely yellow, call Service.
Test Flame: Low Setting. Turn burner on to L.O.
Verify that the flame completely surrounds the
burner. There should be a flame at each burner
port and there should be no air gap between the
flame and the burner. If any of the burners do not
carry over, call Service.
Test the ignition and flame of each range top
burner as described above.
3. Test Oven Burners
Open the oven door. Remove the two front thumb
screws of oven bottom cover, slide cover forward
and out. Remove the reflector cover forward and
out.
Test Bake Burner Ignition. Set the oven to bake
at 350° F. After 30-75 seconds, the burner will
ignite. The burner will stay lit until the 350° F is
reached and then shut off. From this point forward, the burner will cycle on and off to maintain
the temperature.
Test Bake Burner Flame, While the burner is lit,
inspect the flame. See below flame figures for
proper flame characteristics. If the flame burns
completely or mostly yellow, adjust the bake
burner air shutter. See below flame figures (next
page) for details.
Test Broil Burner Ignition. Set cooking mode to
Hi Broil. The burner will ignite after 30-75
seconds.
Test Broil Burner Flame. While the burner is lit,
inspect the flame. See below flame figures for
proper flame characteristics. If the flame burns
completely or mostly yellow, adjust the broil
burner air shutter. See below flame figures for
details.
Replace the reflector cover and oven bottom
cover. Fix the cover with two rear thumb screws.
Flame Characteristics
Yellow Rames:
Further adjustment is required
Soft Blue Flames:
Normal for Natural Gas.
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If the flame is completely or mostly yellow, verify
that the regulator is set for the correct fuel. After
adjustment, retest.
Some yellow streaking is normal during the initial
start-up. Allow unit to operate 4-5 minutes and
re-evaluate before making adjustments.
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Call Service if;
1. Any of the burners do not light.
2. The broil burner or bake burner flame
goes out before reaches 350° F.
3. Any of the burners continue to burn yeh
low.
NOTICE:
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If the temperature of the oven increases
unintended, turn off the oven and call the
authorized service agent or technician with
license to have oven repaired.
The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic
Enforcement Act requires the Governor of California to publish a list of substances known to
the State of California to cause cancer, birth
defects, or other reproductive harm, and requires
businesses to warn of potential exposure to such
substances.
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MPORTANT:
his product contains a chemical known to
he State of California to cause cancer,
birth defects, or other reproductive harrn.
This appliance can cause low-level exposure to
some of the substances listed, including benzene,
formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, and toluene.
Connection to the main su
PORTANT:
installation shoulrJ corn ply with
1•;;:;;;...•mltior1al and local codes.
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or Hectric Shock or Fire. Grounng trJrougrJ the neutral conductor is
prohibited for new branchcircui1 instailations (1996 NEC), mobile homes, and
recreational vehicles, or in an area
where local codes prohibit grounding
tt1rougt1 the neutral conductor.
Tl1is appliance is equippecl with a 3-prong grounding
plug for your protection against shock hazard and
should IJe plugged directly into a properly grounded
receptacle. DO NOT cut or remove the grounding
prong frorn this plug.
For personal safety, the range must be properly
grounded. For rnaximurn safety, tt1e power cord rnust
IJe plugged into an electrical outlet that is correctly
polarized and properly grounded.
It a 2-prong wall receptacle is the only available outlet,
it is the personal responsibility of the consumer to
have it replaced with a properly grounded 3-prong wall
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electrician.
Our company stmll not twld responsible for any darnage caused by using the appliance without grounded
receptacle.
The wiring diagram covering the control circuit is
located inside the lower panel, below tile oven door
panels.
The main supply data must correspond to the data
specified on the rating plate of tile appliance. The
rating plate is either seen when the door is opened.
i : fire hazard or electrical shock. Do not
an adapter plug, an extension cord, or
remove ~Jroundin~J pronrJ from electricai :
cor·d , !lave a qualifierj electr-ician install
an outlet near tile appkJ.nce.Failure to foliow
this warning can cause serious injury, fir-e or
cieath.
To minimize possible si1ock hazard, the cord rnust be
plugged into a mating 3-prong ground-type outlet,
grounded to conform with the National Electrical Code,
ANSI!NFPA 70 latest edition, or Canadian Electrical
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Code (CSA) and all local codes and ordinances. Refer
to the illustration below.
i of electric shock, short circuit or fire by
of the main power· supply!
The main power supply lead must not be
clamped, bent or trapped or come into
with hot parts of the appliance.
If the main power supply Is damaged, it must
be replaced by a qualified electrician.
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gas cooker requires a
1--•11 0/120VAC electrical supply to oper-
ate the electronic ignition system. The
6' (1 .8 m) power supply cord provided
with the range is equipped witll a 3prong, grounded plug tor protection
against shock hazard. The service
should have its own 15 arnp circuit
breaker.
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120 VAC POLARITY SPECS
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Image is from blade side of plug
The appliance is equipped witll a three~ prong
(grounding) plug lor your
protection against electrical shock hazard and
should be plugged directly
into a properly grounded three~prong recep~
tacle.
Do not cut or remove the grounding prong
from the plug.
fired 120 VAC units ami any NEC
receptacle, proper ground and
prevent electrical sllock, tim gmunriing
on triG range cord should not be cut or
removed under any circumstances. it must be
plugged into a matching grounding type
receptacie and connected to a correctly
polarized 240-Volt ch;uit. If thwe is any ' '
as to whether the wall 'eceptacle rs properly
grounded, have it checked by a qualified
electrician.
1•--ne.clions wr1ich secure the range wiring to
terminal block. Electrical failure or loss of
electrical conneclion may occur· if these 2
nuts are loosened or removed ..
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correct
polarity is required.
Electric convection ovens are configured at
the factory for operation from 208 VAC, single
phase, or 208 VAC, three-phase electrical
service is also an available configuration.
Consult
wiring diagram located at the end of this
manual and on the back side of the appliance.
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To align the appliance with tile worktop,
adjust the feet turning right or left hand as
required.
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Tips for saving energy
The following information will help you to use
your appliance in an ecological way, and to save
energy:
• Use dark colored or enamel coated cookware in the oven since the heat transmission will be better.
• While cooking your dishes, perform a preheating operation if it is advised in the user
manual or cooking instructions.
• Do not open the door of the oven frequently
during cooking.
• Try to cook more than one dish in the oven
at the same time whenever possible. You
can cook by placing two cooking vessels
onto the wire shelf.
• Cook more than one dish one after another.
The oven will already be hot.
• Defrost frozen dishes before cooking them.
• Use pots/pans with cover for cooking. If
there is no cover, energy consumption may
increase 4 times.
• Select the burner which is suitable for the
bottom size of the pot to be used. Always
select the correct pot size for your dishes.
Larger pots require more energy.
Initial use
First cleaning of the appliance
··rnhe surface might get damaged by some
detergents or cleaning materials.
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Do not use aggressive detergents, cleaning
powders/creams or any sharp objects during
cleaning.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
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1. Remove all packaging materials.
2. Wipe the surfaces of the appliance with a
damp cloth or sponge and dry with a cloth.
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Initial heating
make and smell may emit for a couple of
.--•hours during the initial operation. This is quite
normal. Ensure that the room is well
ventilated
to remove the smoke and smell. Avoid directly
inhaling the smoke and the smell that emits.
Heat up the product for about 30 minutes and
then switch it off. Thus, any production residues
or layers will be burnt off and removed.
ARNING
at surfaces cause burns!
1'-..li.....Jproduct may be hot when it is in use. Never
touch the hot burners, inner sections of the
oven, heaters and etc. Keep children away.
Always use heat resistant oven gloves when
putting in or removing dishes into/from the hot
oven.
Gas oven
1. Take all baking trays and the wire grill out of
the oven.
2. Close the oven door.
3. Select the bake function.
4. Set the temperature 350° F.
5. Operate the oven about 30 minutes.
6. Turn offyouroven.
Broil
1. Take all baking trays and the wire grill out of
the oven.
2. Select the broil function.
3. Set the broil level to "HI".
3. Operate the broil about 30 minutes.
4. Turn offyouroven.
··msmoke and smell may emit for a couple of
hours during the initial operation. This is quite
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normal. Ensure that the room is well ventilated
to remove the smoke and smell. Avoid directly
inhaling the smoke and the smell that emits.
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General information about cooking
extend the flame beyond the outer
1''-.....,""nfthe cooking utensil. A higher flame wastes
energy, and increases your risk of being
burned by the flame
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As the surface of the product can be hot, do
not put plastic and aluminum vessels on it.
Such vessels should not be used to keep
foods either.
• Use flat bottomed saucepans or vessels only.
• Put appropriate amount of food in saucepans and pans. Thus, you will not have to
make any unnecessary cleaning by preventing the dishes from overflowing.
Do not put covers of saucepans or pans on
cooking zones.
Place the saucepans in a manner so that
they are centered on the cooking zone.
When you want to move the saucepan onto
another cooking zone, lift and place it onto
the cooking zone you want instead of sliding
it.
Gas cooking
• Size of the vessel and the flame must match
each other. Adjust the gas flames so that
they will not extend the bottom of the vessel
and center the vessel on saucepan carrier.
Using the hobs
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Before frying foods, always dry them well
and gently place into the hot oil. Ensure
complete thawing of frozen foods before frying.
Do not cover the vessel you use when
heating oil.
Place the pans and saucepans in a manner
so that their handles are not over the hob to
prevent heating of the handles. Do not place
unbalanced and easily tilting vessels on the
hob.
Do not place empty vessels and saucepans
on cooking zones that are switched on.
They might get damaged.
Operating a cooking zone without a vessel
or saucepan on it will cause damage to the
product. Turn off the cooking zones after
the cooking is complete.
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4
5
3
4
Auxiliary burner 18-22 em ( 7- 8.66 inches)
Rapid burner 22-26 em (8.66- 10.2 inches)
Elongated burner min. 36-15 em ( 14.17- 5.9
inches)
Wok burner 24-28 em ( 9.44 - 11 inches)
Normal burner 18-22 em ( 7- 8.66 inches) is list
of advised diameter of pots to be used on related
burners.
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Igniting the gas burners
Gas burners are controlled with as hob knobs.
Wok burner
Keep burner knob pressed.
2. Turn it counter clockwise to level "LITE".
Gas is ignited with the spark created.
3. Adjust it to the desired cooking power.
Turning off the gas burners
Turn the knob to off (upper) position.
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Wok burner
Wok burners help you to cook faster. Wok, which
is particularly used in Asian kitchen is a kind of
deep and flat fry-pan made of sheet metal, which
is used to cook minced vegetable and meat at
strong flame in a short time.
Since meals are cooked at strong flame and in a
very short time in such fry-pans that conduct the
heat rapidly and evenly, the nutrition value of the
food is preserved and vegetables remain crispy.
You can use wok burner for regular saucepans
as well.
General information on baking, roasting
and broi
may escape.
Exiting steam can scald your hands, face
and/or eyes.
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Tips for baking
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Use non-sticky coated appropriate metal
plates or aluminum vessels or heat-resistant
silicone moulds.
Make best use of the space on the rack.
Place the baking mould in the middle of the
shelf.
Select the correct rack position before
turning the oven or Broil on. Do not change
the rack position when the oven is hot.
Always place oven racks in desired location
while oven is cool. If rack must be moved
while oven is hot, do not let potholder contact hot heating element in oven.
Keep the oven door closed.
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Fish in a fire-resistant dish should be placed
on the rack at the medium or lower level.
Tips for broiling
Broiling is ideal for cooking meat, fish and poultry
and will achieve a nice brown surface without it
drying out to much. Flat pieces, meat skewers
and sausages are particularly suited for broiling
as are vegetables with a high water content such
as tomatoes and onions.
• Distribute the pieces to be broiled on the
wire shelf.
• If the broiling is on the wire shelf, locate a
dripping pan under it in order to collect the
fat.
• Add some water in dripping pan for easy
cleani .
Fire danger due to food which is
unsuitable for grilling!
Only use food for grilling which is
suitable for intensive grilling heat.
Do not place the food too far in the
back of the grill. This is the hottest
area and fat food m catch fire.
Tips for roasting
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Seasoning with lemon juice and black pepper will improve the cooking performance
when cooking a whole chicken, turkey or a
large piece of meat.
Meat with bones takes about 15 to 30
minutes longer before it is cooked than a
roast of the same size without bones.
You should calculate about 4 to 5 minutes
cooking time per centimeter height of the
meat.
Let meat rest in the oven for about 10
minutes after the cooking time. The juice is
better distributed all over the roast and does
not run out when the meat is cut.
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How to use the gas oven
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Function knob
Thermostat knob
1. Set the Function knob to the desired operating mode.
2. Set the Temperature knob to the desired
temperature.
» Oven heats up to the adjusted temperature and
maintains it. During heating, temperature lamp
stays on.
Switch on the gas oven
The gas oven is automatically ignited by means
of the function and thermostat knobs.
1. Keep the function knob pressed and turn it
clockwise to desired operating mode.
2. Keep the thermostat knob pressed and turn it
clockwise to the desired temperature.
3. After 30-75 seconds, the burner will i nite.
fter turning the function and thermostat knob
o desired levels, gas igniter is going to hot
1-.__.•.and glow. When the igniter reaches a certain
temperature, gas will begin to flow and the
burner will be ignited.
The illumination during ignition is normal.
Switch off the gas oven
1. Turn the function and thermostat knobs to off
(upper) position.
Cooking Functions
Bake
Only bake burner is on. The bake mode can be
used for a variety of food items, from cakes to
casseroles.
Bake food on a single rack with the pans are
positioned in the middle of the oven. Bake foods
with 1" to 1" >1! space between pans and oven
walls.
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When using the Bake mode, preheat the oven for
best results.
Baking time will vary with the size, shape and
material of the pan used.
Convection Bake
Only bake burner is on. The heat comes from
bottom and is circulated throughout the oven by
the convection fan. The convection bake mode
can be used for a variety of food items, from
cakes to breads.
It is also ideal for sponge cakes, pasties and
biscuits on multiple racks (3 and 5) at the same
time and large quantities of baked foods.
The cakes are positioned with the top rack cakes
towards the back of the oven and the lower rack
cakes towards the front of the oven. Bake foods
with 1" to 1" >1! space between pans and oven
walls.
When using the Convection Bake mode, preheat
the oven for best results.
Baking time will vary with the size, shape and
material of the pan used.
Convection Roast
Only bake burner is on.The heat comes from
bottom and is circulated throughout the oven by
the convection fan.The convection roast mode
can be used for meat, poultry and large quantities of roasted foods.
Roast food on a single rack with the pan is positioned in the middle of the oven.
When using the Convection Roast mode, preheat
the oven for best results.
For best performance, use a pan and grid (roasting tray or broiler tray) under the meat or poultry.
The pan catches grease spills.
Do not cover meat or use roasting bags in this
mode.
Broil
Broil burner is on. The broil mode can be used
for cuts of meat, poultry and fish. It can also be
used to brown breads. The food must be put on
a grid in a pan (broiler tray).
Broil food on a single rack with the broiler tray
are centrally located with respect to the heating
element.
The broil mode has two settings: low, high
When using the Broil mode, preheat the oven 56 minutes for best results.
Turn foods once during the recommended cook
time.
The size, weight, thickness, starting temperature
and personal preference of doneness will affect
broiling times.
Sabbath Mode
WARNING:
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health of some birds and pets is extreme1'-..&..~ly sensitive to the fumes given off during the
sabbath mode. Always move birds and pets to
another closed and well ventilated room. Keep
the kitchen well-ventilated during the sabbath
mode also for your health.
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abbath mode should be used only on the
Jewish Sabbath and Holidays.
m~!Rp~:~~i~g Hazard: Do not let food sit in
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oven for more than 1 hour before or after
cooking. Doing so can result in food poisoning
or sickness.
o avoid permanent damage to the oven
bottom finish do not line the oven bottom with
any type of foil or liner.
uring the Jewish Sabbath and Holidays do
not cover the top of burner grates with any
kind of cover. Use only cooking utensils with
recommended diameters. Make sure ventilation and oven fume oulets are not closed.
Otherwise fire hazard and carbon monoxide
rolonged use of cooktop burners can cause
hazard, carbon monoxide poisoning and
death.
o not use cooktop burners on
sabbath mode because of fire
hazard, carbon monoxide
poisoning and death risk.
II food should be placed in the oven before
e Sabbath begins, since none may be
laced in the oven during the Sabbath.
n the Sabbath the oven door may only be
pened once, all the food removed and then
,_....,.~lased. On the Holidays, the oven door may
be opened/closed at any time as often as
desired.
The Sabbath mode enables those of
particular faiths to use their ovens on
the Sabbath.
The Sabbath mode can be set with
function control knobs. The oven lights
can be illuminated with lamp button
during Sabbath mode or the oven lights
can be turned off with lamb button
during Sabbath mode.
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he maximum time for Sabbath mode is 72
f your product has illuminated knobs, opera·on of illuminated knobs is detailed below
First Operate
1. All knobs (gas control knobs, function knob
and temperature control knob) are illuminated
with blue color for approximately 3 seconds.
2. All knobs are illuminated with red color for
approximately 3 seconds when blue color
illuminations were turned off.
3. All knobs are continued to illuminate
approximately 6 seconds if there is no turned
knobs.
Gas Control Knobs
4. Gas control knobs are illuminated with red
color when it pressed and turned. Other knobs
except turned ones are illuminated with blue
color for approximately 30 seconds and turned
off after 30 seconds
5. 4th operation repeats when each gas knobs
are turned
6. Other knobs except turned ones are
illuminated with blue color for approximately 30
seconds when oven door is opened.
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7. Other knobs except turned ones are
illuminated with blue color for approximately 30
seconds when oven door is closed.
Function and Temperature Control Knobs
8. Function and temperature control knobs that
is not turned are illuminated with blue color for
approximately 30 seconds when oven door is
opened.
9. Function and temperature control knobs that
is not turned are illuminated with blue color for
approximately 30 seconds when oven door is
closed
10. Function control knob is always illuminated
with red color when it pressed and turned.
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Function control knob is illuminated with blue
color for aproxirnately 30 seconds
11 . Temperature control knob is always
illuminated with red color if function control knob
was turned.
12. Temperature control knob is illuminated
with blue color for approximately 30 seconds if
function control knob was not turned.
Bullnose
13. Knob is always illuminated with red color
when it is turned. Knob is illuminated with blue
color for aproximately 30 seconds when it is
turned off.
Cooking times table
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)1st rack of the oven is the bottom rack.
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Maximum load capacity of oven tray: 4 kg
(8.8 lb).
timings in this chart are meant as a
guide. Tim.ings may vary due to temperature
of food, thickness, type and your own preference of cooking.
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How to operate the broil
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may cause burns! Keep
children away from the product.
For equipment with a cooling fan
The
fan cools the front of the
Close oven door during grilling.
The broil is operated by the function and thermostat knob. In off position (top) the gas supply
is locked.
Oven
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Function knob
Thermostat knob
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Switching on Broil
Broil is ignited automatically with broil knob.
1. Keep the function knob pressed and turn it
clockwise to the "Broil".
2. Keep the thermostat knob pressed and turn it
clockwise to the "HI" or "LO" level on "Broil".
3. After 30-75 seconds, the burner will ignite.
•.rnfter turning the function and thermostat knob
o desired levels, gas igniter is going to hot
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and glow. When the igniter reaches a certain
temperature, gas will begin to flow and the
burner will be ignited.
The illumination during ignition is normal.
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Cooling fan motor
Front door
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The cooling fan continues to operate for
about 20-30 minutes after the oven is
switched off.
Switch off broil
1. Turn the function and thermostat knobs to off
(upper) position.
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General information
Service life of the product will extend and the
possibility of problems will decrease if the product is cleaned at re ular intervals.
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works.
There is the risk of electric shock!
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to cool down before you
clean 1t.
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
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Keep the appliance area clear and free from
combustible materials, gasoline and other
flammable vapors and liquids.
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and
ventilation air.
Clean the product thoroughly after each use.
In this way it will be possible to remove
cooking residues more easily, thus avoiding
these from burning the next time the appliance is used.
No special cleaning agents are required for
cleaning the product. Use warm water with
washing liquid, a soft cloth or sponge to
clean the product and wipe it with a dry
cloth.
Always ensure any excess liquid is thoroughly wiped off after cleaning and any
spillage is immediately wiped dry.
Do not use cleaning agents that contain
acid or chloride to clean the stainless or
inox surfaces and the handle. Use a soft
cloth with a liquid detergent (not abrasive) to
wipe those parts clean, paying attention to
sweep in one direction.
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··rnhe surface might ~et dama~ed by some
detergents or cleamng matenals.
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Do not use aggressive detergents, cleaning
powders/creams or any sharp objects during
cleaning.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp
metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass
since they can scratch the surface, which may
result in shattering of the glass.
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~Do not use steam cleaners to clean th.e
~appliance as this may cause an electnc shock.
Cleaning the burner/plate
Gas hobs
1. Remove and clean the saucepan carriers and
burner caps.
2. Clean the hob.
3. Refit the burner caps and make sure that
they are seated correctly.
4. When installing the pan supports, pay attention to place the saucepan carriers so that
the burners are centered.
Cleaning the control panel
Clean the control panel and knobs with a damp
cloth and wipe them dry.
Cleaning the oven
No oven cleaner or any other special cleaning
agent is required for cleaning the oven. It is
recommended to wipe the oven with a damp
cloth while it is still warm.
To clean the side wall, unscrew the 4 screws
on the steel rack. After cleaning operation, assemble the steel rack to the oven body again.
Do not damage the balancing stands when
cleaning the cast grill.
1. Remove all accessories from the oven.
2. Before the self-cleaning cycle, remove dirt
from exterior surfaces and oven interior with
a damp cloth.
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the oven is hot, self cleaning mode
1&-.&.~n.nn not be operated until the oven is
cold. If the self cleaning mod
malfunctions(powercut), turn the oven
off and disconnect the powersupply,
and call the service.
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Function knob
Thermostat knob
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cause burns!
Do not touch the product during self cleaning
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step and keep children away from it. Keep at
least 30 minutes before removing the remnants.
The oven is equipped with self-cleaning function.
The oven is heated to approx. 790 oF and existing dirt is burned to ashes. A strong smoke
development may arise. Provide for good ventilation. The self-cleaning should be used after
approx. every 1Oth oven usage.
The self-cleaning has three levels. It can be
selected according to level of dirtiness.
Low (LO): it takes 3 hours.
Medium (MED): it takes 4 hours.
High (HI) : it takes 5 hours.
Oo not clean the door gasket.
Fiberglass gasket is highly sensitive and can
get damaged easily.
In case of a damage on the oven door gasket,
replace with the new one from the authorized
service.
3. Keep the function knob pressed and turn it
clockwise to desired level of "Clean".
(LO,MED or HI).
This duration cannot be chan ed.
ARNING:
he health of some birds and pets is extreme1'-..._~•ly sensitive to the fumes given off during the
Self-Cleaning cycle. Always move birds and
pets to another closed and well ventilated
room. Keep the kitchen well-ventilated during
the Self-Cleaning cycle also for your health
4. Oven door cannot be opened during self
cleaning. It remains locked for a while after
the self-cleaning function ends. Do not force
the door lock with handle until the oven get
cool.
5. After a clean cycle, remove soil deposits with
vineaar water .
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I
uring the Self-Cleaning cycle, the gas flow to
ob burners will be cut. After turning the
nction and thermostat knob to off position,
the door lock will be automatically opened.
When the oven gets cool , the gas flow to hob
burners will be started.
~During the Self-Cleaning cycle, the lamp
. L!.Jcannot be operated.
Clean oven door
To clean the oven door, use warm water with
washing liquid, a soft cloth or sponge to clean
the product and wipe it with a dry cloth.
··mDon't use any harsh abrasive cleaners or
sharp metal scrapers for cleaning the oven
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door. They could scratch the surface and
destroy the glass.
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Removing the oven door
When removing the oven door
Make sure oven is coo! and power to the oven
has been turned off before removing the door.
Failure to do so could result in electrical shock
or burns.
The oven door is heavy and parts of it are
fragile. Use both hands to remove the oven
door. The door front is glass. Handle carefully
to avoid breakage.
Grasp only the sides of the oven door. Do not
grasp the handle as it may swing in your hand
and cause damage or injury.
Failure to grasp the oven door firmly and
properly could result in personal injury or
product damage.
To avoid injury from hinge bracket snapping
closed, be sure that both levers are securely in
place before removing the door. Also, do not
force door open or closed-the hinge could be
damaged and injury could result.
Do not lay removed door on sharp or pointed
objects as this could break the glass. Lay on a
flat, smooth surface, positioned so that the
door cannot fall over.
Oven door can be removed in order to clean the
inside of oven easily
1. Open the oven door completely.
2. Press the hinge clamps located at both sides
of the door backwards.
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2
3. Move the oven door to a slightiy inclined
position.
4. Raise the oven door forwards with your two
hands.
5. Once you complete cleaning, perform the
same procedure in reverse order to reinstall
the oven door.
··mOnee you complete cleaning, perform the
same procedure in reverse order to reinstall
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he oven door.
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Replacing the oven lamp
!DANGER:
IiBefore replacing the oven lamp, make sure
r.._-..."'that the product is disconnected from mains
and cooled down in order to avoid the risk of
an electrical shock.
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
··rnhe oven lamp is a special electric light bulb
hat can resist up to 300°C (573 °F). See
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Technical specifications. for details. Oven
lamps can be obtained from Authorised
Service Agents or technician with license.
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Position of lamp might vary from the figure.
2
Hinge clamp
Hinge
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If your oven is equipped with a square lamp:
The oven lights can be illuminated with lamp
button. The lights are switched on when the door
is opened or when the oven is in a cooking cycle.
The oven lights are not illuminated during self
clean. Each light assembly consist of a removable lens, a light bulb as well as a light socket
housing that is fixed in place. Light bulb replacement is considered to be a routine maintenance item.
The oven lights are not illuminated during self
clean.
1. Turn off power at the main power supply
(your fuse or breaker box).
2. Remove the wire racks as described. See
Cleaning the oven.
3. Remove the protective glass cover with a
screwdriver.
4. Pull out oven lamp and replace it with new
one.
5. Install the glass cover and then the wire
racks.
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Overview
2
3
4
5
2
3
4
Splash back
Burner plate
Control panel
Handle
1
2
3
4
2
3
Lamp button
Auxiliary burner Rear left
Rapid burner Front left
Elongated burner Middle
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4
5
6
7
Front door
Foot
Lower part
5
6
7
8
9
Function knob
Thermostat knob
Wok burner Front right
Normal burner Rear right
Control Panel illumination button
5
6
7
8
9
roechnical specifications may be changed
ithout prior notice to improve the quality of
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he product.
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mFigures in this manual are schematic and may
not exactly match your product.
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• l t e s stated on the product labels or in the
documentation accompanying it are obtained
in laboratory conditions in accordance with
relevant standards. Depending on operational
and environmental conditions of the product,
these values may vary.
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Pakage contents
Pulling out the rack to the stop-lock is a convenience in lifting heavy foods 1t is also a precaution aganist bums from touching hot surfaces of the door or oven walls.
•. rnccessories supplied can vary depending on
he product model. Not every accessory
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described in the user manual may exist on
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your product.
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1.
2.
User manual
Oven tray
Used for pastries, frozen foods and big
roasts.
3.
Wire Shelf
Used for roasting and for placing the food to
be baked, roasted or cooked in casserole
dishes to the desired rack.
4.
Broiler tray
It is placed onto the tray in order to collect
the dripping fat while grilling so that the oven
is ke t clean.
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5.
Placing the wire shelf and tray onto the
telescopic racks properly
Telescopic racks allow you to install and
remove the trays and wire shelf easily .When
using the tray and wire shelf with telescopic
racks make sure that the pins at the rear
secti~n of the telescopic rack stands against
the edges of the wire shelf and tray.
Griddle
is an optional accessory ,should be
from authorized dialer.
riddle is made of cast iron and heavy,
erefore please be careful when handling.
riddle is designed only for use on elangated
urner.
Griddle becomes very hot while It Is In use. Keep
children away from the oven.
• Aiways place and use your
designated location on the
ra~•:Shbtlrr1AI'IFinlnn~tArl bumer),abOVe middle
Used to cook your food directly. Remove the pan
support of elongated burner. Place the griddle onto the
elongated burner and do not put any vessels on it.
•
Metal utensils such as spatulas can damage the
cooking surface.
•
Be sure the griddle fit properly.
•
Heat the griddle tor max. 20 minutes before
puffing food on it. It may get damaged if it is
heated tor longer.
Clean ltle griddle wiltl a sponge and mild detergent in warm water. DO NOT use blue or green
scrubbing pads or steel wool.
Avoid cooking extremely greasy foods and be
careful of grease spillover while cooking.
Never place or store any items on the griddle,
even when it is not in use. The griddle can become heated when using the surrounding surface
units.
Avoid using meta! utensils with sharp points or
rough edges, which might damage !he griddle.
Do not cut foodson ltle griddle.
Do not use cookware as a storage container tor
food or oil. Permanent staining and/or craze!ines
could result.
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product can be converted to LP
Gas convertion must always be
performed by Authorized Service
1'-.....,,.~r.,,,.,
Accorting the gas type that will be used correct injector type must be used. please find LPG/NG table
below.
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It is normal that steam escapes during operation.>>> This is not a fault.
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When the metal parts are heated, they may expand and cause noise. >>> This is not a fault.
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No current. >>> Check fuses in the fuse box.
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Main gas valve is closed. >>> Open gas valve.
Gas pipe is bent. >>> Install gas pipe properly.
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Burners are dirty.>>> Clean burner components.
Burners are wet.>>> Dry the burner components.
Burner cap is not mounted safely. >>> Mount the burner cap properly.
Gas valve is closed.>>> Open gas valve.
•.mconsult the Authorised Service Agent or technician with licen?e or the dealer ~here y~u ha~e p~rchas.ed the
product 1f you can not. remedy t~e trouble although you have Implemented the 1nstruct1ons 1n th1s sect1on.
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Never attempt to repa1r a defective product yourself.
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4
Remove nylon bag on
the product.
5
2
RearMDF
FrontMDF
Nylon bag
A: 18x40 Wooden support
Remove upper frame and rear and front MDFs.
6
3
Remove cut-out
styrofoams and blue
tapes.
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Remove grill
styrofoams and
shrink packaging.
7
Remove protective styrofoams on chassis inside the.
8
11
Remove blue tapes securing splash back and burner caps.
12
Remove 3 screws on each of the 4 Lbrackets.
Remove rear connection plate by
removing 6 screws on the palette
and 3 screws on the product and
take the product out.
Remove upper pet and blue tapes on it.
9
Remove blue tapes on the edges of cast grill.
Take the product from the palette by holding it from
its bottom after separating it from the palette. Place
the product to the desired location.
10
Remove styrofoams on pet and the lower pet.
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The warranties provided by Blomberg in these statements only apply to Blomberg electric arKi
gas ranges sold to the original purchaser or homeowner in the US and Canada. This warranty is not transferable.
To obtain warranty service, please
contact our nearest distributor as listed by state or call1800-459-9848. You will need your
electric and gas range model number,serial number, retailer name and address, where purchased and purchase date I installation date.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary
from state to state.
All warranties stated below are based upon normal houshold use. The use of the product in a
commercial setting will void all warranties.
Service must also be performed by an authorized Blomberg Service Agency.
Cosmetic defects must be reported within 10 business days from installation
1 year * limited warranty from date of first installation Blomberg will repair or replace at no
cost to the consumer any defective parts of the e!ectric and gas ranges
2 year * ++ limited warranty from date of first installation (Parts only) Blomberg will repair or
replace any parts at no cost to the consumer if material defects or workmanship have caused
the damage or failure of these components. Labor charges are the responsibility of the consumer
2-5 year * ++ limited warranty from date of first installation (Parts only) Blomberg will repair or
replace oven cavitiy at no cost to the consumer if material defects or workmanship have
caused the damage or failure of these components.
Labor charges are the responsibility of the consumer
Disclaimers of warranties and exclusions:
Warranty does not cover service costs by an authorized service agent to correct installation,
electrical problems or educational instruction on the use of the electric and gas ranges. The
warranty also does not cover defects or damage caused by an act of god (such as storms,
floods, fires, mudslides, etc.), damage cause by use of the electric and gas ranges for purposes other than those for which it was designed, misuse, abuse, accident, alteration, improper
installation, maintenance, travel fees, service calls outside normal service hours, unauthorized
service work or work.
This product is fully tested and went through official quality assurance inspections before
leaving the original manufacturing site. Warranty
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terms for this Blomberg household appliance is not valid if the product is altered, tampered,
modifed, additional parts assembled, fixed and re-packed by an authorized distributor, servicer,
a third party retailer, reseller or by any other unauthorized person(s).
TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER
EXPRESSED AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. BLOMBERG
UNDERTAKES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE
QUALITY OF THIS PRODUCT EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED IN THIS WARRANTY
STATEMENT. BLOMBERG ASSUMES NO
RESPONSIBILITY THAT THE PRODUCT WILL BE FIT FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE
FOR WHICH YOU MAY BE BUYING THIS PRODUCT, EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE PROVIDED
IN THIS WARRANTY STATEMENT.
Blomberg does not assume any responsibility for incidental or consequential damages. Such
damages include, but are not limited to, loss of profits, loss of savings or revenue, loss of use
of the cooker or any associated equipment, cost of capital, cost of any substitute equipment,
facilities or services, downtime, the claims of third parties, and injury to property. Some states
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitations or exclusion may not apply to
you.
* installation date shall refer to either purchase date or 5 business days after delivery of the
product to the home, whichever is later.
++Parts replaced will assume the identity of the original parts+ their original warranty.
No Other Warranties. This Warranty Statement is the complete and exclusive warranty from
the manufacturer. No employee of Blomberg or any other
party is authorized to make any warranty statements in addition to those made in this Warranty Statement.
Please keep this warranty card, user manual and your sales slip for future reference.
HOW TO GET SERVICE
Please contact the Distributor for your State or Province as listed on the Distributor Contact
List, or call our Toil Free Number at 1 800 459 9848 for
direction to an Authorized Blomberg Service Agent.
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285.6000.25/R.AC/02.04.2016
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