Installation and Operating Instructions
Models: MON-INT785 & MON-INT901
77cm & 90cm 5 Zone Induction Hobs
(MON-INT785 shown - Picture indicative of model supplied)
Please read these instructions carefully before attempting to install or use this appliance. It is
advisable to keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference.
N.B. Should your appliance require attention, our service agents will not be able to
book a service call without your unique serial number which can be found on the last
page of this manual.
Introduction
Thank you for choosing this Montpellier branded appliance. It
has been designed to give years of trouble-free use provided
it is installed and maintained correctly.
Please read these instructions carefully before installing or
using your appliance. It is advisable to keep your purchase and
installation receipts with these instructions in a safe place for
future reference. Included is some important safety information
in addition to guidelines and recommendations that will enable
you to take full advantage of all the functions available.
This quality appliance has been tested and certified to meet all
applicable UK electrical and safety standards.
This appliance must be installed and connected in
accordance with current regulations.
After unpacking the appliance ensure that there is no visible
damage. If the appliance has been damaged during transit, do
not use it, contact your retailer immediately.
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Your 2 year Manufacturer's guarantee
THIS DOES NOT AFFECT YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS.
Your new Montpellier appliance carries a free guarantee which protects you
against the cost of repairs during the first 24 months from date of purchase
provided that:
Any claim is accompanied by evidence of the model reference, model serial
number and proof of purchase, such as a Sales Receipt, showing that the
appliance was purchased within the 24 months prior to the date of claim.
What is not covered under the Guarantee:
Any appliance not correctly installed and operated in accordance
with the manufacturer's instructions.
Any appliance that is used for anything other than domestic
purposes.
Any defect caused by accident, misuse, unauthorized modification or
inexpert repair.
Cost of Call-out where a fault cannot be found with the appliance.
Cost of Call-out for work covering routine maintenance, such as, but
not exclusively, cleaning of filters or defrosting.
Cost of Call-out for work required to correct the alignment of doors
following door reversal procedures carried out by you.
Use of the appliance by anyone other than the
Householder. Use in any commercial environment.
Consumable items, such as, but not exclusively, fuses in plugs,
bulbs and breakable items which require routine replacement.
Repair costs incurred that have not been authorised by Repairtech
and/or carried out by a non-approved Repairtech engineer.
YOUR GUARANTEE IS VALID ONLY IN THE UK & SOUTHERN IRELAND.
To Register your Appliance simply complete the card in your appliance pack and return
it with a stamp affixed or Alternatively you can Register online at
www.repairtechuk.com
SERVICE HELP-LINE
Should your appliance develop a fault, please call the
Repairtech Service Helpline on:
01527-888133
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Description Of The Appliance
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(INT-785 Shown for indicative purposes only)
1.) 2000W Cook Zone (With ‘Boost’ Function)
2.) 1500W Cook Zone (With ‘Boost’ - INT901 only)
3.) Main Function Controls
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CONTENTS:
Section 1. Installation
Section 2. Safety Advice
Section 3. Operating the Appliance
Section 4. Maintenance
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Section 1. Installation
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Remove all packaging, protective film and securing tape from
the appliance.
Position the appliance in a dry atmosphere.
The following dimensions are provided as a guide for
installation – your installer will carry out the installation
in accordance with the current regulations.
Your installer will connect the power cable in accordance
with the current regulations.
To install this appliance, please proceed as follows:
1.1. Work-Surface Cut-Out
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Cut out the work-top as shown in the drawing below, ensuring
that the actual sizes used are as per the chart below.
For installation and use, a minimum of 5cm must be
maintained around the cut-out.
The work surface must have a thickness of at least 30mm.
The work surface must be heat resistant.
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1.2.
Space to Rear or Side Wall
A = 760mm
B = 50mm (min)
C = 20mm (min)
D = Air Gap/Intake E = Air Exit (5mm)
1.3.
Fixing Brackets
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1.4.1. Electrical Connection
These appliances have a total Power Rating of 7200W and
must be ‘hard wired’ into a suitable fused spur adjacent to
the appliance housing. The product must be installed by a
Qualified Electrician.
Please note that a switchable spur should be accessible
above the work surface in order that the power can be
turned off.
N.B. This hob uses a Power Management system – see 1.4.2. below.
Hob
voltage
Total power
5 Zone
220-240
7.2KW
1.4.2. Power Management
Cooking zones are divided into two groups. Each group has a
maximum electricity loading of 3700 W.
Group (b) has the power management function which
activates when the total electricity loading of the cooking
zones exceeds 3700W.
The power management function decreases the power to the
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other cooking zones and changes the displayed power
level accordingly. The heat setting display of the reduced
zone(s) changes between four levels, e.g. if all zones are
on, the highest power levels of three zones are decrease to
level 5 (1000W), level 5 (1000W) and level 7 (1500W).
In Group (a) both cook zones can work at full power any time
as the maximum combined power is 3500W.
In Group (b) if two zones are working and you switch on the
third zone, the power of the third zone will be reduced to
level 7 (1500W) and the other two zones will drop to level 5
(1000W) automatically. If you want the third zone to work
at level 9 (2000W) you must turn off the other two zones.
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Section 2. Safety Advice
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Please read this booklet thoroughly before installing and
switching on the appliance. The manufacturer accepts no
responsibility for incorrect installation and usage.
This appliance is guaranteed for Domestic Use Only. This
appliance shall not be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge,
unless they have been given supervision or instruction on
how to use the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children
without supervision.
This appliance must only be used for cooking/heating
foods and liquids. Do not use it for any other purpose.
It is important that you use only metal pans specifically
designed and/or approved for use on Induction Hobs.
Never allow melamine or plastic containers to come in
contact with the heat zones.
If using an adaptor, this must be used in accordance with the
manufacturers instructions and ensure that the electrical
circuit is not overloaded as this could cause overheating.
Do not twist or bend the cables, and keep them away from
hot surfaces. Following installation make sure that the power
cable is not trapped underneath the appliance.
Keep the appliance surfaces clean. Failure to do this could
lead to the appliance malfunctioning.
The surface of this appliance will get extremely hot during
use. The surface of this appliance will remain hot after it has
been turned off. Do not touch or clean the heating zone until it
has completely cooled down.
If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, it’s service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Important Message for Cardiac Pacemaker Implant Patients!
THIS INDUCTION HOB GENERATES MAGNETIC FIELDS IN ITS IMMEDIATE SURROUNDINGS. Your
pacemaker must be designed in compliance with the corresponding regulations in order for no interference
to be caused between it and the hotplate. Consult the pacemaker manufacturer or your doctor to determine
whether it complies with the regulations in force or whether any incompatibilities exist.
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Section 3. Operating the Appliance
3.1. Cookware Suitable for Induction
Induction hobs are made from smooth, ceramic glass, the heat
comes from a magnetic induction coil which heats the cookware but
not the cooking surface. The heat from the cookware is transferred
to the food.
Pans suitable for induction hob use must be made from
magnetisable metal such as cast iron or steel. Pure aluminium,
copper or glass pans will not work with this type of hob unless the
base is bonded with a magnetic metal.
Check that pans are attracted to a magnet - this ensures that they
are suitable for use with an induction hob.
It is important that you use only metal pans specifically designed
and/or approved for use on Induction Hobs. Never allow melamine
or plastic containers to come in contact with the cook zones.
3.2. Control Panel
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Cook Zone Selection Controls
Timer Control
Power & Timer Slide Control
Child Lock Control
Power On/Off Control
Boost Control
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3.3. Power, Cooking & Timer Functions
3.3.1. On-Off
To turn the appliance on or off, press and hold the Power On/Off
control (5) until you hear a ‘beep’. When the appliance powers
up, the cook zone indicators will display “-“.
Place a suitable pan on the cook zone to be used.
3.3.2. Setting the Zone Temperature
Press the required zone (1) and then use the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ (3) to
increase or decrease the power for the required zone, or ‘slide’
your finger along the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ bar, or touch any point along the
slide bar. Power settings range from ‘0’ lowest to ‘9’ highest
setting.
N.B. If the display flashes
your pan may not be
positioned correctly on the cook zone, or positioned on the
wrong cook zone or is not suitable for induction hob use.
Press the cook zone control ‘Off’ when you have finished and
then turn the appliance off by pressing the Power Control (5).
N.B. The display will show
until the cook zone(s)
has cooled completely.
Note the Power Management notes in section 1.4.2. (Page 8/9)
3.3.3. Power Boost
You can use the ‘Boost’ function to boost the power of the
relevant cook zones for a maximum of 5 minutes. N.B. The
symbol ‘P’ will be displayed during the Boost function.
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To operate, press the cook zone selection button (those
fitted with boost zone only) and then press the Boost function
control (6).
The cook zone will operate at full power for 5 minutes.
During operation the display will show
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If you want to cancel the Boost function earlier than 5 minutes,
simply press the relevant cook zone selection button and then
press the Boost function button.
Points to note regarding the Boost Function:
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For group (a), if you want to boost the front cook zone you
must switch off the other cook zone otherwise the symbols P
& 9 will flash in the display and power level 9 will automatically
be set. (See diagrams below).
For group (b), if you want to boost the centre cook zone you
must switch off one of the other two cook zones. If you want to
boost the rear right cook zone you must first switch off the
front right cook zone. (See diagrams below).
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3.3.4. Timer (1 to 99 Minutes) & Minute Minder
You can use the Timer to operate one or more of the cook
zones for a time period of between 1 and 99 minutes:
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Press the cook zone button that you want to operate the
timer on and select the heat setting level.
Press the Timer Control (2).
Select the required time between 1 and 99 minutes by using
the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ or slide bar controls (3).
A display will show a ‘count down’ of the set time.
Now the cook zone will operate for the selected time and
automatically turn off at the end of the period. An audible
signal will also be heard at the end of the time period.
If you need to cancel prior to the end of the set time, simply
press the cook zone control and then the Timer Control.
If you want to use the timer as a simple Minute Minder, proceed
as follows:
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Ensure that the hob is tuned on
Press the Timer control (2), the timer will start flashing and 30
will show in the display
Set the required time by using the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ or slide bar controls
(3) to increase or decrease the time
The timer will now count-down and an audible signal
will sound when zero is reached.
3.3.5. Child Lock
To activate the Child Lock, press and hold the Child Lock control
(4) until ‘Lo’ is displayed. The lock will now be set and the appliance
will not operate. To unlock the Child Lock, simply press and hold the
Child Lock control again until the display is removed.
3.3.6. Warning Indicators
Please note, a hot surface indicator (H) will show when one or
more of the cook zones has been used – it will go out when the
zone(s) is completely cool.
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In addition, ‘U’ will be displayed if the pan is not positioned on
the zone correctly, or if the pan is not suitable for Induction
Hobs.
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Section 4. Maintenance
Before any maintenance or cleaning work is carried out,
DISCONNECT the appliance from the ELECTRICITY supply and
ensure that the appliance is completely cool.
4.1. Cleaning the Hob Surface
Clean spillages from the hob surface as soon as possible after use.
Always ensure that the surface has cooled down before cleaning.
Use a soft cloth or kitchen paper to clean the surface. If the spillage
has dried on the surface you may need to use a specialist vitroceramic glass cleaner, available from all good supermarkets.
Do not use other abrasive cleaners and/or wire wool etc as this may
scratch the surface of the hob.
4.2. What to do if something goes wrong
There is no power to the appliance:
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Check there is not a power cut
Check there is power to the electric socket/appliance
Has the auto time elapsed? – see section 3.3.4.
After cooking the letter ‘H’ is displayed:
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This is the hot surface indicator – it will remain on until the
appropriate heat zone has completely cooled down.
The letter ‘U’ is displayed:
The pan is not positioned on the zone correctly, or the
pan is not suitable for Induction Hobs.
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After switching off, the appliance sounds like it is still running:
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This is the cooling fan – it will remain on until the appliance
has completely cooled down.
The display indicates E5:
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This indicates high temperature. Allow the hob to cool down
then start again (For all other fault codes, switch off and call
your service provider).
The display indicates P:
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This Boost function is operating.
The hob makes a ‘clicking’ noise during use:
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This is quite normal – it is the sound of the induction
coils during operation.
YOUR GUARANTEE IS VALID ONLY IN THE UK & SOUTHERN IRELAND.
To Register your Appliance simply complete the card in your appliance pack and
return it with a stamp affixed or Alternatively you can Register online at
www.repairtechuk.com
SERVICE HELP-LINE
Should your appliance develop a fault, please call the
Repairtech Service Helpline on:
01527-888133
Montpellier Domestic Appliances Ltd.
Unit 1, Tewkesbury Retail Park,
Northway Lane,
Tewkesbury,
Gloucestershire,
GL20 8JU.
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Important Note:
This appliance is marked according to the European directive
2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE). By ensuring this product is disposed of correctly,
you will help prevent potential negative consequences for
the environment and human health, which could otherwise
be caused by inappropriate waste handling of this product.
The symbol on the product, or on the documents
accompanying the product, the Crossed Out Wheelie Bin,
indicates that this appliance may not be treated as
household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the
applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment.
Disposal must be carried out in accordance with
local environmental
regulations for waste disposal. For more detailed information
about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please
contact your local authority, your household waste disposal
service or the retailer where you purchased the product.
We continuously try to improve our products for the benefit of
our customers.
For this reason we reserve the right to make changes to any
product at any time, without notice
Issue: 02/25-07-2017
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