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Ceramic Glass Induction
Radiant HOB
Installation and Operating Instructions
KA65310S
KA65310A
KA65310F
KA65320S
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the HOB,
it is essential to read these operating instructions
before it is installed or used for the first time.
And please keep this manual for later reference.
P/No. :3828W5A8165
Dear Customer
Please read these operating instructions carefully.
Above all, please observe the “safety” section on the first few
pages.
Please retain these operating instructions for later reference.
Pass them on to any subsequent owners of the appliance.
The following symbols are used in the text:
Safety information
-- Warning: Information concerning your personal safety.
-- Important: Information on how to avoid damaging the
appliance.
Information and practical tips
Environmental information
1. These numbers indicate step by step how to use the appliance.
2. …
3. …
These operating instructions contain information on steps you
can take yourself to rectify a possible malfunction. Refer to the
section “What to do if...”.
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Contents
Safety ....................................................................................... 4-7
Induction .................................................................................. 8-9
Suitable Kitchenware .......................................................... 10-12
Description of the appliance ................................................... 13
Cooking zones and control ...................................................... 13
The key features of your appliance .........................................14
Operating Instructions ........................................................ 15-22
Before using for the first time ................................................... 15
Operating the hob .................................................................... 15
Cooking zone selection ........................................................... 16
Boost function .......................................................................... 18
Child lock ................................................................................. 19
Oval selection .......................................................................... 19
Timer ....................................................................................... 20
Pause ...................................................................................... 22
Uses, Tables and Tips .............................................................. 23
Chart for Setting the Cooking Zones ........................................ 23
Automatic time limiter .............................................................. 24
Cleaning and Care................................................................ 25-27
Installation Instructions....................................................... 28-35
Technical data .......................................................................... 28
Safety instructions for the installer ........................................... 29
Electrical connection ................................................................ 30
Assembly ................................................................................. 32
Troubleshooting ....................................................................36-38
Service.........................................................................................39
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Safety
The safety aspects of this appliance comply with accepted
technical standards and IEC Standards. However, as the
manufacturer we also believe it is our responsibility to
familiarize you with the following safety instructions.
Electrical Safety
• The installation and connection of the new appliance must only be
carried out by qualified personnel.
• Repairs to the appliance are only to be carried out by approved
service persons. Repairs carried out by inexperienced persons
may cause injury or serious malfunctioning. If your appliance
needs repairing, please contact your local Service Centre.
• This connection may be achieved by having the plug accessible or
by incorporation a switch in the fixed wiring in accordance with the
wiring rules.
Please follow these instructions, otherwise the warranty will not
cover any damage that may occur.
• Flush-mounted appliances may only be operated following
installation in suitable cabinets and workplaces which conform to
the relevant standards. This ensures sufficient protection against
electric shock as required by certification body.
• If your appliance malfunctions or fractures:
– switch off all cooking zones, and contact Service Center.
If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the
possibility of electric shock. Do not re-use your hob until the
glass surface has been changed.
When using Hob, never use aluminum foil, products wrapped in
aluminum foil, or deep frozen food in aluminum cookware.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in
order to avoid a hazard.
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Child Safety
This appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm
persons unless they have been adequately supervised by a
responsible person to ensure that they can use the appliance
safely. Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do
not play with the appliance.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young
children should be kept away.
The cooking zones will become hot when you cook. Therefore, always
keep small children away from the appliance. Although cooktop is
equipped with a control lock, surfaces may still be hot.
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 the appliance by a person responsible for
their safety.
Safety During Use
• This appliance may only be used for normal cooking and frying in the
home. It is not designed for commercial or industrial purposes.
• Do not use the hob to heat the room.
• Take care when plugging in electric appliances near the hob.
Connection leads must not come into contact with the hot surface.
• Overheated fats and oils catch fire quickly. You should supervise
cooking when preparing foods in fat or oil.
• Switch off the cooking zones after use.
• Always keep the control panels clean and dry.
• Never place combustible items on the hob.
• You must not keep any combustible items or aerosol cans in a
drawer located under the hob.
• The service cables from electrical appliances must not touch the hot
plates. This could cause damage to the hob and cable insulation.
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Safety
Safety When Cleaning
• Always switch off the appliance before cleaning.
• For safety reasons do not clean the appliance with a steam jet or
high pressure cleaner.
• Clean the hob in accordance with the maintenance and cleaning
instructions in this manual.
• 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.
How to avoid damage to the appliance
• Do not use the cooking area as a worktop or storage space.
• Please be careful the edges when moving pots and pans around.
• Do not have the cooking zones on with empty pans, or with no
pots or pans on them.
• Ceramic glass is very tough, and impervious to sharp temperature
changes, but is not unbreakable. It can be damaged if particularly
hard or sharp objects fall on to it.
• Be very cautious if using pots made of cast iron, or other pots with
rough edges or burrs. Moving these can cause scratches on
glass.
• If sugar or a mixture containing sugar falls onto a hot cooking
zone and melts, remove immediately, while still hot. If left to cool
down, it may damage the surface when removed.
Important: There is a risk of burning yourself when the glass
scraper is used on a hot cooking zone!
• Keep objects or materials liable to melt away from the ceramic
glass surface, for example, plastic utensils, aluminium foil, or
cooking wraps. If any other materials or foodstuffs have melted on
the ceramic glass surface, these should also be cleaned away
immediately.
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Disposal of old appliances
Warning: Before disposing of old appliances please make them
inoperable so that they cannot be the source of danger.
To do this, have a qualified person disconnect the
appliance from the house circuitry.
To protect the environment, it is important that worn out appliances
are disposed of in the correct manner.
• The appliance must not be disposed of with household rubbish.
• You can obtain information about collection dates or public refuse
disposal sites from your local Council or Environmental Health
Office.
Note: Moisture coming from or appearing around Hob.
The moisture could be coming from the wood and hob when the
hob is operated initially or after long time of no operation.
This is not a fault with the Hob.
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Induction
Functionality of Cooking Zones
An induction coil is beneath the ceramic glass cooking surface.
This generates magnetic fields, which act directly on the base of the
pots and pans compare as with other heating methods, first heating
the ceramic glass. This means that the base of the pan is
immediately heated up, which saves time and energy.
Since the heat required for cooking is generated directly in the base
of the pan, the cooking zone itself hardly warms up. It only receives
the reflected heat from the pan base.
Note:
If there is no pot or pan on the cooking zone
there is no energy transfer (heating up) and
therefore prevents the cooking zones being
switched on accidentally.
Special Notes on Induction Cooking Zones
• Scientific studies have shown that patients who have implanted
pacemakers are not normally affected or put at risk by our
induction cooking zones.
The distance between the body and the cooking zone should,
however, never be less than 30 cm from the induction burners.
• Electromagnetic fields can affect electronic circuits and interfere
with portable transistor radios.
• Do not put magnetically rechargeable objects (e.g., credit cards,
cassettes) on the ceramic glass surface while one or more
induction cooking zones are in use!
• Do not put any metallic objects (e.g., spoons, pan lids) on the
induction surface as they can be warmed up when the induction
surface is in use.
Some cookware can produce noises when used on induction
cooking zones. This is not a fault in the hob and its function will
not be impaired in any way as a result.
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Suitable Kitchenware for Induction Cooking
Zones
Pots and Pans
• In principle all pots and pans with magnetic bases are suitable.
These are steel, steel-enamel as well as cast-iron pots and pans.
• High grade steel pans with a mixed metal base (sandwich base,
e.g. Tefal with an aluminium/copper base) are suitable for
induction only if the manufacturer has expressly marked them as
such. In that case they have a magnetic material in the base.
• If you wish to use a special type of pan (e.g. a pressure cooker,
simmering pan, wok, etc.), please observe the manufacturer's
instructions and do not use very thin pan.
Suitability Test
If you are not sure if a pot or pan is suitable for cooking or frying on
the induction cooking zone you can check this as follows:
• Place a pot filled with a little water (3-5 mm) on the cooking
zone.Switch the cooking zone to full power (switch setting 9).
Caution: The pan base of suitable kitchenware heats up
within a few seconds! Water should rapidly boil.
• You can also check this with a magnet. If it remains fixed to the
base the pan is suitable for induction cooking zones.
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Suitable Kitchenware
Pan Size
Up to a certain limit the induction cooking zone adapts itself to the
size of the pan base diameter. However, the pan base diameter
must be of a minimum size, depending on the size of the cooking
zone.
• Optimum Induction Cooking Zone.
Diameter of the cooking zone 15 cm:
Diameter of the pan base at least 12 cm
Diameter of the cooking zone 21 cm:
Diameter of the pan base at least 18 cm
• Optimum Radiant Cooking Zone.
Diameter of the cooking zone 15 cm:
Diameter of the cooking zone 26 cm: (with oval)
Automatic Pan Sensing in induction
The induction cooking zone does not function when unsuitable pans
are used.
If the cooking zone is switched on without a suitable pan on it
the cooking zone switches itself off automatically.
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Pots and pans
The better the pot, the better the cooking results.
• You can recognize good pots and pans by their bases. The base
should be as thick and flat as possible.
• When buying new pots and pans, pay particular attention to the
diameter of the base. Maunfacturers often only state the diameter
of the rim.
• Pots with aluminum, or copper bases can cause metallic
discolouring on the ceramic glass surface which is very difficult or
impossible to remove.
• Be very careful when using cast iron pots or pots with damaged
bases which are rough and or have burrs on them. Scratches can
occur if they are slid across the surface.
• When cold, pot bases are normally bowed slightly in wards
(concave). They should never be bowed outwards (convex).
• If you use special pots and pans (e.g., a pressure cooker,
simmering pan, wok etc.) please observe the manufacturer’s
instructions.
General information
• The base should always be clean and dry.
• In order to avoid ugly scratches on the ceramic glass cooking
surface, do not slide pots and pans around but lift them up instead
when changing positions.
• Scratches can result from grains of sand (e.g., after washing out
vegetables) which are dragged with the pot across the cooking
surface.
• Always use large pots for dishes with lots of liquid so that nothing
can boil over.
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Suitable Kitchenware
Tips on saving energy
You will save valuable energy by observing the following points:
• Always position pots and pans before you switch on the cooking
zone.
• Dirty cooking zones and pot bases increase the power
consumption.
• Whenever possible, always have the lid firmly placed on the pots
and pans so that they are completely covered.
• Switch off the cooking zones before the end of the cooking time to
use the residual heat for keeping food warm or for melting
purposes. (Not applicable for induction)
• The base of the pot should have the same size as the cooking
zone.
• Using a pressure cooker shortens the cooking times by up to 50%.
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Description of the Appliance
Cooking zones and control
Radiant cooking zone
1200W 15cm
Radiant cooking zone
2400W 26cm
Touch-Control
Induction cooking zone
21cm
2200W (Normal)
3300W (Boost)
Child Lock
ON/OFF Boost
Induction cooking zone
1400W 15cm
Oval
Selection
Timer Up
Pause Timer Timer Down
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The Key Features of Your Appliance
• Induction cooking zones: The appliance is fitted with ceramic
glass and induction cooking zones. Induction heats the base of
the pan immediately and does not heat the ceramic glass hob first.
• Touch Control: Your appliance is operated using Touch-Control.
• Easy cleaning: The advantage of the ceramic glass cooking
surface and touch control is their accessibility for cleaning.
The flat surface is easy to clean.
• Control and function indicators: Digital indicators provide
information about settings made, functions activated, as well as
any residual heat of the corresponding cooking zone.
• Safety cut-out: A safety cut-out ensures that all cooking zones
switch off if On/Off key is pressed, but no power levels selected
within 10 seconds.
• On/Off: Switches power on and off with one touch.
• Child lock: With this key the control can be locked as a safety
precaution for children. When you touch this key one more time,
Child Lock will be released. Key must be pressed for 3 sec. to
lock.
• Boost key: With this key the power for the appropriate cooking
burners can be temporarily increased.
• Pause: switches all burners to low power level with this key.
• Residual heat indicator: An h for residual heat is shown in the
display if the cooking zone becomes so hot that there is a risk of
burning. As the burner cools down further, the display changes to
. The display remains lit until the burner cooles sufficiently.
• Timer: All burners can be automatically switched off using the
integrated timer. When the end of the cooking time has been
reached, the cooking zone switches off.
• Up(+) / Down(-): Adjusting the Heat setting and Timer setting with
these keys.
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Operating Instructions
Before using for the first time
Initial Cleaning
Wipe the ceramic glass surface with a damp cloth and ceramic
cooktop glass cleaner.
Important: Do not use any caustic, abrasive cleaners!
The surface could be damaged.
Operating the hob
Touch Control Keys
To operate a Touch Key, simply place your finger firmly on key.
Switching on the Appliance
The entire appliance is switched on using the “On/Off” (
Touch the “On/Off” key for approx. one second.
This display will show o .
) key.
o
about 1 sec.
o
The digital display will show o and the indictor next to ON/OFF will
light up.
Once the “On/Off” key has been pressed to switch on the
appliance,one of the cooking zones must be selected within
approx 10 seconds using the cooking zone selection keys.
Otherwise the appliance switches off again for safety.
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Operating Instructions
When an individual cooking zone or the entire hob is switched
off, any residual heat is shown with an h or
in the display
for the appropriate cooking zones.
Cooking zone selection
For setting and adjusting the power level ( 1 to 9 ) for cooking,
touch the relative cooking zone + , - key.
1 ... 9
Heat Level Setting
To select the required cooking zone and set the heat level, touch
the corresponding burner’s + , - key.
Use + key to increase the heat power level and - key to
decrease.
When you touch - back to zero, the burners are turned off.
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1. To set quickly when the power level “0” is displayed.
Touch the + or - key.
The first time - is pressed, the heat level is set to 9 .
The first time + is pressed, the heat level is set to 1 .
If power level is on 9 and it is desired to turn off burner, the +
key can be pressed one additional time, and the heating level will
be 0 .
2. For a faster adjustment, touch one of the + or - key for such
time until the required value is obtained.
3. To protect the user.
If one key is pressed for longer than 9 seconds,
e 1 will show in the timer display. To eliminate e 1 , press On/Off
key. This does not relate to the timer key.
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Operating Instructions
Boost Function
Using the boost function you can increase the power on the left
Induction Burner temporary. With this function you can, for example,
bring a large quantity of water rapidly to boil or brown meat.
Set the desired power level of the left front burner.
To switch on the boost function, touch the
key.
The display for the burner will flash in a circular fashion.
In the case the left burner is not selected, the boost function is
not operable.
The boost function will be activated for 7 minutes maximum.
After Boost stage, the cooking zone automatically switches to
the original heat level.
Boost will not operate if right burner is already in operation.
The boost function can be switched off in the following way:
• Touching the “Boost function” key
.
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Child Lock
With this key the control can be locked, as a safety precaution for
children. Touch this key one more time, Child Lock will be released.
about 3 secs.
o
o
o
o
Oval Selection
With this key the left position of the Right Rear Cooking Zone is
switched on. If both portions of the burner are on, the heat level for
the entire burner is controlled by + and - . The last setting for the
single burner will be restored automatically when you switch off the
oval selection.
9
o
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Operating Instructions
Timer
A cooking duration can be set with the integrated timer for all
cooking zones. When the end of the cooking duration is reached,
the cooking zone switches off automatically.
1. Using the cooking zone key, select the required cooking zone
and set the required heat level.
9
00
9
2. Touch the
(TIMER) key to activate the timer function for this
cooking zone. 00 will appear in the display.
9
00
9
The selected burner side LED around the timer key will be lit up
and flash.
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3. Using the
or
(eg. 30 minutes).
key set or adjust the required period of time
9
30
9
After a few seconds the timer will start automatically and will show
how much time remains before it will switch off.
At the end of the set cooking time, the cooking zone will switch off
automatically and a signal will sound.
To set the timer more quickly, leave your finger on the + or
- key until the required time is reached.
If the - key is operated at first, the time setting will begin at 99
minutes; if the + key is operated at first, the time setting will
begin at 30 minutes.
If you keep touching + or - key, the time setting increases or
decreases.
Displaying the remaining cooking time
If you touch the timer key one more time remaining cooking time of
the selected cooking zone appears in the timer display window.
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Operating Instructions
Pause
Selecting the Pause Key lowers each active burner to low setting.
When pause is deactivated each burner returns to it’s original
setting.
p
00
o
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Uses, Tables and Tips
Chart for Setting the Cooking Zones
Heat setting
9 or Boost
7-9
6-7
Heating Up
Heavy
Browning
Deep fat
frying
Baking
Frying
4-5
Boil
3-4
Steaming
2-3
Simmering
1-2
Melting
0
suitable for
Bringing liquid to a boil.
Browning meat, heat oil for deep fat
frying or sauteing.
Maintaining fast boil for large
amounts of liquids.
Frying meat, schnitzel, cordon bleu,
chops, pancakes, rissoles, roux,
mild roasting, fried sausages, liver,
eggs.
Cooking larger quantities of food,
stews and soups, steaming
potatoes, cooking meat stock or
bouillon
Steaming vegeables or braising
meat, cooking rice pudding
Simmering rice or milk-based
dishes, steaming smaller quantities
of potatoes or vegetables, heating
up ready-to-serve meals.
Fluffy omelettes, egg royale, Sauce
hollandaise, keeping dishes warm,
melting butter, chocolate, honey
gelatin
Off setting
Note:
The heat setting indicated in the table above is only guidelines for
your reference. You need to adjust the heat settings to the pan and
food conditions.
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Automatic time limiter
If a element is in constant use for a long time without the setting
being changed, the automatic time limiter is activated.
Then, power level is set 0 automatically.
Touching + or - will reset the burner. The following table shows
the automatic limiter activation times.
* Induction
Heat setting
1
max
10h
2
3
4
5h
5
4h
6
3h
7
8
2h
9
1h
* Radiant (Hi Light Heater)
Heat setting
max
1
2
6h
3
4
5h
5
4h
6
7
8
9
1.5h
* Automatic power level control
The power level displayed can be different from the actual power
level at the high temperature range.
To prevent the Hob over heating, the power level is controlled
automatically
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Cleaning and care
The cleaning effort for induction ceramic glass cooking surfaces is
considerably less than for cooking surfaces with radiant heating:
- The induction cooking zone reacts faster to switching down and
off. Boiling over and burning of dishes is avoided to a large
degree.
- The temperatures on the ceramic glass surface are clearly lower
with induction cooking than with the conventional radiant heating
systems.
Since the heat is generated in the pan, food or foodstuffs
possibly on the glass ceramic surface are not burned in as
badly.
Important: Cleaning agents must not come into contact with
the hot ceramic glass surface! All cleaning agents must be
removed with plenty of clean water after cleaning because they
can have a caustic effect when the rings are next heated!
Do not use any aggressive cleaners such as grill or oven
sprays, coarse scourers or abrasive pan cleaners.
Clean the ceramic glass surface after each use when it is warm
to the touch or cold. This will avoid spillages becoming burned
on. Remove scale and water marks, fat spots and
discolouration with a metallic shimmer using a commercially
available ceramic glass or stainless steel cleaner.
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Cleaning and Care
Light Soiling
1. Wipe the ceramic glass surface with a damp cloth and a little
cooktop cleaner.
2. Then rub dry with a clean cloth. Remnants of cleaner must not be
left on the surface.
3. Thoroughly clean the entire ceramic glass cooking surface once
a week with a commercially available ceramic glass or stainless
steel cleaner.
4. Then wipe the ceramic glass surface using plenty of clean water
and rub dry with a clean fluff-free cloth.
Stubborn Soiling
1. To remove food that has boiled over or stubborn splashes, use a
glass scraper.
2. Place the glass scraper at an angle to the ceramic glass surface.
3. Remove soiling by sliding the blade across the area.
You can obtain glass scrapers and ceramic glass cleaners
which are suitable for glass ceramic, e.g. CERA CLEAN, cerafix, sidol for ceran+steel, from your local Hardware Centre.
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Problem Soils
1. Remove sugar, melted plastic, aluminium foil or other meltable
materials with a glass scraper immediately and while still hot.
Important: There is a risk of burning yourself when the
glass scraper is used on a hot cooking zone!
2. Then clean the hob normally when it has cooled down.
If the cooking zone on which something has melted has already
cooled down, warm it up again for cleaning.
Scratches or dark marks on the ceramic glass surface, caused
by a pan base with sharp edges, cannot be removed. However,
they do not impair the function of the hob.
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Installation Instructions
Technical Data
Important! The new appliance may only be installed and
connected by a registered specialist.
Please observe these instructions, otherwise the warranty will not
cover any damage that may occur.
Appliance dimensions
Width
Depth
Height
575mm
515mm
48mm
Worktop cut-out dimensions
Width
Depth
Corner radius
560mm
500mm
5mm
Cooking rings
Position
Front left
Diameter
210mm
Power
2200W
(Boost 3300W)
Rear left
150mm
1200W
Rear right
260mm
2400W
Front right
150mm
1400W
Note: The quoted power consumption may vary according to size
and material of pans used.
Connection voltage
220~240V AC
50Hz
Maximum connected load power
7.2kW
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Safety Instructions for the Installer
• A device must be provided in the electrical installation which
allows the appliance to be disconnected from the mains at all
poles with a contact opening width of at least 3 mm Suitable
isolation devices include line protecting cut-outs, fuses (screw
type fuses are to be removed from the holder), earth leakage trips
and contactors.
• In respect of fire protection, this appliance corresponds to type
Y (EN 60335-2-6). Only this type of appliance may be installed
with a high cupboard or wall on one side.
• Drawers may not be fitted underneath the hob.
• The installation must guarantee shock protection.
• The kitchen unit in which the appliance is fitted must satisfy the
stability requirements of DIN 68930.
• For protection against moisture, all cut surfaces are to be sealed
with a suitable sealant.
• On tiled work surfaces, the joints in the area where the hob sits
must be completely filled with grout.
• On natural, artificial stone, or ceramic tops, the snap action
springs must be bonded in place with a suitable artificial resin or
mixed adhesive.
• Ensure that the seal is correctly seated against the work surface
without any gaps. Additional silicon sealant must not be applied;
this would make removal more difficult when servicing.
• The hob must be pressed out from below when removed.
• Clean the work surface in the area of the cut-out.
• Sealing tape is mounted on the ceramic Glass initially.
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Installation Instructions
Electrical Connection
Before connecting, check that the nominal voltage of the appliance,
that is the voltage stated on the rating plate, corresponds to the
available supply voltage. The rating plate is located on the lower
casing of the hob.
Shut off power to circuit before connecting hob wires to circuit.
The heating element voltage is AC230V~. The appliance also works
perfectly with AC220V~ and AC 240V~.
The hob is to be connected to the mains using a device that allows
the appliance to be disconnected from the mains at all poles with a
contact opening width of at least 3 mm, eg. automatic line
protecting cut-out, earth leakage E.L.C.B..
A type H05SS-F (180°C) cable or one with a higher grade must be
used as the mains connecting cable.
The connection must be carried out as shown in the diagram. The
connecting links should be fitted according to the appropriate
connection diagram. The earth lead is connected to terminal
.
The earth lead must be longer than leads carrying electric current.
The cable connections must be made in accordance with
regulations and the terminal screws tightened securely.
Finally, the connecting cable is to be secured with the mains cable
cleat and the covering closed by pressing firmly (lock into place).
Before switching on for the first time, any protective foil or stickers
must be removed from the glass ceramic surface.
Once connected to the mains supply check that all cooking
zones are ready for use by briefly switching each on in turn at
the maximum setting.
When hob is initially powered, the displays will show flashing H.
This will also occur upon power outage.
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<Fig. 1>
Warning: Pay attention (conformity) to phase and neutral
allocation of house connection and appliance
(connection scheme), otherwise components can be
damaged.
No guarantee cláims for disfunctional unit through
improper installation. Will be accepted.
The junction box should comply with the electrical spec and
endurance temp for HOB.
Furthermore, it should be certified.
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Installation Instructions
Assembly
Bracing
<Fig. 2>
Remove the
bracing from the
furniture for hob
airflow.
Furniture
min. 50 mm
min. 50 mm
<Fig. 3>
min. 50 mm
min. 5 mm
Follow Fig.3 for
minimum
required surface
clearances.
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CL
5
5
15
15
5
15
55
1
<Fig. 4>
Cabinet cutout and mounting clip locations.
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CL
Installation Instructions
The board is to be installed underneath the hob.
<Fig. 5>
Hob into cutout as shown in Fig. 5.
Caution: It is very important to keep 20 mm distance between hob
case and combustible surface.
<Fig. 6>
Make sure hob is fully seated, with foam tape compressed against
countertop.
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<Fig. 7>
To remove the hob, it must be pressed out from below.
<Fig. 8>
Junction box should be located 500mm below of the hob.
Warning: The juction box may melt or burn if it is not located
500mm below of the hob.
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Troubleshooting
Malfunctions often have simple explanations. Please read the
following instructions before calling the after-sales service:
Problem description
Possible cause or Remedies
Hob not work.
• Check below.
– Main Fuse (fuse box).
(If the fuse blows several times, please
call an approved electrician.)
– Connection and Main Switch.
– The correponding cooking zone is
selected.
– The desired heat setting is selected.
The cooking zone
cannot be switched
on.
• Check below.
– Unlocking state
– The touch keys are partially covered by
a damp cloth or liquid.
– e 1 display
See the e 1 display menu.
Hob does not work
properly in Induction.
• Using Induction cooking zone. There is the
limit which size material of pot or pan
refers to page (9~10) [suitable
kitchenware for induction cooking zone.]
• If your hob is placed above your oven
thermal protectors prevent it being used
when the oven is being pyro-cleaned.
Improper working of
control
• Please check unwanted things is on the
control part.
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Problem description
Indicator shows
e
Possible cause or Remedies
• Check that the household fuses for the
appliance are OK. Check if there has been
a power outage.
The control panel is very dirty, food has
spilt over or there is an object on the
control panel. Wipe the control panels
thoroughly or remove the object. Touch
the appropriate control panel. The flashing
stops.
Display
e1
Fault
Touch
time is
too long.
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Action
If any one of the keys
(except relating to the
timer) is touched for
more than 9 seconds
continuously this
message will be
displayed. And if
water or a metal
substance is placed
on the key, it will also
be displayed. This
prevents unwanted
operation by the
water, etc. To
eliminate e 1 , press
on/off key and remove
water, metal
substance and etc.
Installation Instructions
Possible cause or Remedies
f display and numbers
If an f and numbers appear in the
display panels, there is a fault with the
electronics. Switch the Hob off and back
on again using the household fuse or the
circuit breaker in the fuse box. Call the
after-sales service if the display appears
again.
• When initially powered up or after power
outage. Touch the on/off key to fix.
h will flash for 90 minutes.
• Boost is cancelled if right induction burner
is activated.
Boost will not operate if right burner is
already in operation.
• The hotplate temperature is controlled by
switching the heat on and off, this means
that it is not always possible to see the
red, glowing heat. If you select a low heat
setting, the heat will switch off more often
than at higher heat settings. The heat also
switches on and off at the highest setting.
Problem description
•
Indicator shows f
Flashing
h
Boost does not work.
Burner not glowing
red
Repairs
Repairs may only be carried out by service technicians.
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Service
Packaging and old appliances
Your new appliance was protected by suitable packaging while it
was on its way to you. All materials used for this purpose are
environmentally friendly and can be recycled. Please make a
contribution to protecting the environment by disposing of the
packaging appropriately.
Old appliances are not worthless rubbish.
Environmentally conscious recycling can reclaim valuable raw
materials.
Before disposing of your old appliance, please make sure that it is
unusable, or label it with a sticker stating "Caution, scrap".
Up-to-date information on how to dispose of your old appliance and
the packaging from the new one can be obtained from your retailer
or local authority.
Contact Service center
Please quote the model name of your appliance when contacting
the service center. The name plate can be found under the
appliance. When you contact us we need to know.
• Your name
• Address and post code
• Telephone number
• Clear and concise details of the fault
• Model No. and serial No.
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FOR WARRANTY SERVICE PLEASE CONTACT
LG Service on 1300 LG CARE (1300 54 2273) AUSTRALIA or
0800 LG CARE (0800 54 2273) NEW ZEALAND
LG Electronics Australia
2 Wonderland Drive
Eastern Creek NSW 2766
(ABN : 98 064 531 264)
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