Electrolux EKM55302KG User Manual

Electrolux EKM55302KG User Manual
EKM55302KG
EN
OPERATING AND INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS OF
FREESTANDING GAS COOKER
Dear Customer,
Our goal is to offer you products with high quality that exceed your expectations.
Your appliance is produced in modern facilities carefully and particularly tested for
quality.
This manual is prepared in order to help you use your appliance that is manufactured
by the most recent technology, with confidence and maximum efficiency.
Before using your appliance, carefully read this guide that includes the basic
information for right and safe installation, maintenance and use. Please contact to
the nearest Authorized Service for the installation of your product.
CONTENTS:
1. BRIEF PRESENTATION OF PRODUCT
2. WARNINGS
3. INSTALLATION AND PREPARATIONS FOR USE
3.1 Environment where the appliance to be installed
3.2 Installation of product
3.3 Adjustment of feet
3.4 Gas connection
3.5 Electric connection and safety
3.6 Gas conversion
4. USE OF YOUR PRODUCT
4.1 Use of gas burners
4.1.1 Control of hob burners
4.1.2 Use of hotplate
4.1.3 Control of oven burner
4.1.4 Control of grill burner
4.2 Accessories used in oven
5. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
5.1 Cleaning
5.2 Maintenance
6. SERVICE AND TRANSPORT
6.1 Basic troubleshooting before contacting service
6.2 Information related to the transport
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1. BRIEF PRESENTATION OF PRODUCT
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MODEL
EKM55302KG
DEPTH WIDTH HEIGHT
(cm)
(cm)
(cm)
50
50
85
List of Components:
1- Lid
2- Cooktop
3- Control Panel
4- Oven Door Handle
5- Adjustable Feet
6- Oven Door
7- Oven Tray
8- Wire Grid
9- Grill Burner
10- Oven Lamp
11- Electrical Hotplate
12- Rapid Burner
13- Auxillary Burner
14- Pan Support
15- Semi-Rapid Burner
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2. WARNINGS
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND COMPLETELY BEFORE USING YOUR APPLIANCE, AND KEEP IT IN A
CONVENIENT PLACE FOR REFERENCE WHEN NECESSARY.
THIS MANUAL IS PREPARED FOR MORE THAN ONE MODEL IN COMMON. YOUR APPLIANCE MAY NOT HAVE
SOME OF THE FEATURES THAT ARE EXPLAINED IN THIS MANUAL. PAY ATTENTION TO THE EXPRESSIONS THAT
HAVE FIGURES, WHILE YOU ARE READING THE OPERATING MANUAL.
General Safety Warnings
- This appliance can 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 if they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning use of 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.
- WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts
become hot during use. Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements. Children less than
8 years of age shall be kept away unless
continuously supervised.
- WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat
or oil can be dangerous and may result in fire.
NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch
off the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a
lid or a fire blanket.
- WARNING: Danger of fire: do not store items on
the cooking surfaces.
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2. WARNINGS
- WARNING: If the surface is cracked, switch off the
appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
- For hobs incorporating a lid, any spillage should be
removed from the lid before opening. And also the
hob surface should be allowed to cool before closing
the lid.
- The appliance is not intended to be operated by
means of an external timer or separate remotecontrol system.
- WARNING: In order to prevent tipping of the
appliance, the stabilizing brackets must be installed.
(For detail information please read the anti-tilting kit
set guide.)
- During use, the appliance becomes hot. Care
should be taken to avoid touching heating elements
inside the oven.
- During use, handles held for short periods in
normal use can get hot.
- Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the oven door glass and other
surface since they can scratch the surface, which
may result in shattering of the glass or damage to
the surface.
- Do not use steam cleaners for cleaning the
appliance.
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1. SAFETY WARNINGS
- WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is switched
off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility
of electric shock.
- CAUTION: Accessible parts may be hot when the
cooking or grilling is in use. Young children should be
kept away.
- Your appliance is produced in accordance with all applicable local and international standards and
regulations.
- Maintenance and repair work must be made only by authorized service technicians. Installation
and repair work that is carried out by unauthorized technicians may endanger you. It is dangerous
to alter or modify the specifications of the appliance in any way.
- Prior to installation, ensure that the local distribution conditions (nature of the gas and gas
pressure or electricity voltage and frequency) and the requirements of the appliance are
compatible. The requirements for this appliance are stated on the label.
- CAUTION: This appliance is designed only for cooking food and is intended for indoor domestic
household use only and should not be used for any other purpose or in any other application,
such as for non-domestic use or in a commercial environment or room heating.
- Do not try to lift or move the appliance by pulling the door handle.
- 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.
- If after 15 s the burner has not lit, stop operating the device and open the compartment door
and/or wait at least 1 min before attempting a further ignition of the burner.
- These instructions are only valid if the country symbol appears on the appliance. If the symbol
does not appear on the appliance, it is necessary to refer to the technical instructions which will
provide the necessary instructions concerning modification of the appliance to the conditions of
use of the country.
- All possible security measures have been taken to ensure your safety. Since the glass may break,
you should be careful while cleaning to avoid scratching. Avoid hitting or knocking on the glass
with accessories.
- Ensure that the supply cord is not wedged during the installation. If the supply cord is damaged,
it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to
prevent a hazard.
- While the oven door is open, do not let children climb on the door or sit on it.
Installation Warnings
- Do not operate the appliance before it is fully installed.
- The appliance must be installed by an authorized technician and put into use. The producer is
notresponsible for any damage that might be caused by defective placement and installation by
unauthorized people.
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1. SAFETY WARNINGS
- When you unpack the appliance, make sure that it is not damaged during transportation. In case
of any defect; do not use the appliance and contact a qualified service agent immediately. As the
materials used for packaging (nylon, staplers, styrofoam...etc) may cause harmful effects to
children, they should be collected and removed immediately.
- Protect your appliance against atmospheric effects. Do not expose it to effects such as sun, rain,
snow etc.
- The surrounding materials of the appliance (cabinet) must be able to withstand a temperature of
min 100°C.
During usage
- When you first run your oven a certain smell will emanate from the insulation materials and the
heater elements. For this reason, before using your oven, run it empty at maximum temperature
for 45 minutes. At the same time you need to properly ventilate the environment in which the
product is installed.
- During usage, the outer and inner surfaces of the oven get hot. While opening the oven door,
step back to avoid the hot steam coming out of the oven. There may be a risk of burns.
- Do not put flammable or combustible materials, in or near the appliance when it is operating.
- Always use oven gloves to remove and replace food in the oven.
- Do not leave the cooker while cooking with solid or liquid oils. They may catch fire on condition of
extreme heating. Never pour water on to flames that are caused by oil. Cover the saucepan or frypan
with its cover in order to choke the flame that has occured in this case and turn the cooker off.
- Always position pans over the centre of the cooking zone, and turn the handles to a safe position so
they cannot be knocked or grabbed.
- If you will not use the appliance for a long time, plug it off. Keep the main control switch off. Also
when you do not use the appliance, keep the gas valve off.
- Make sure the appliance control knobs are always in the "0" (stop) position when it is not used.
- The trays incline when pulled out. Be careful not to let hot liquid spill over.
- CAUTION: The use of a gas cooking appliance results in the production of heat, moisture and
products of combustion in the room in which it is installed. Ensure that the kitchen is well ventilated
especially when the appliance is in use, 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 opening
of a window, or more effective ventilation, for example increasing the level of mechanical
ventilation where present.
- While using the grill burner, keep the oven door open and always use the grill deflector shield
supplied with the product. Never use the grill burner with the oven door closed.
- CAUTION: Glass lids may shatter when heated.
Turn off all the burners before shutting the lid.
The hob surface should be allowed to cool before closing the lid.
- When the door or drawer of the oven is open, do not leave anything on it. You may unbalance
your appliance or break the cover.
- Do not put heavy things or flammable or ignitable goods (nylon, plastic bag, paper, cloth...etc)
into the drawer. This includes cookware with plastic accessories (e.g. handles).
- Do not hang towels, dishcloths or clothes from the appliance or its handles.
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During cleaning and maintenance
- Always turn the appliance off before operations such as cleaning or maintenance. You can do it
after plugging the appliance off or turning the main switches off.- Do not remove the control
knobs to clean the control panel.
TO MAINTAIN THE EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY OF YOUR APPLIANCE, WE RECOMMEND YOU ALWAYS
USE ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS AND TO CALL ONLY OUR AUTHORIZED
SERVICE AGENTS IN CASE OF NEED.
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This modern, functional and practical cooker, that was manufactured with the parts and materials of
highest quality, will meet your cooking needs in every aspect. You must surely read this manual so
that you don't have any problem in future and to be able to have satisfactory results. The following
information are the required rules for right installation and service processes. It must be read
especially by the technician who will install the appliance.
! Contact to Authorized Service for installation of your product
3.1 Environment where your appliance will be installed
• Your product must be set up and used in a place where it will always have ventilation.
• While operating, this appliance needs 2m3/h air per kw input.
• There must be a natural ventilation enough to provide the gas to be used in the environment.
The average air flow must directly come in through the air holes that will be opened on the walls
that are opened towards outside.
Air inlet section
min. 100cm2
Air inlet section
min. 100cm2
Figure 2
Figure 1
• These air holes must have at least the effective cross section of 100cm2 for fresh air circulation
(One or more air holes can be opened.). This hole (or holes) must be opened so that they are not
blocked. Preferably they must be placed close to the bottom and at opposite side of the smokes
of the burned gases that were emptied. If it seems not possible to open these ventilations in the
place where the appliance is set up, the needed air can also be obtained through the next room,
provided that this place is not a bedroom or a dangerous place. In this case this “next room”
must also be ventilated as required.
Emptying of the Burned Gases from Environment
The cooking appliances that operate with gas, throw the burned gas wastes out directly to the
outside or through the cooker hoods that are connected to the a chimney that opens directly to the
outside. If it seems not possible to install a cooker hood, it is required to set an electric fan on the
window or wall that has access to fresh air. This electric fan must have the capacity to change the air
of the kitchen environment 4-5 times of its own volume of air per hour.
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Cooker hood
flue
Electrical ventilator
Air inlet section
2
min. 100cm
Air inlet section
2
min. 100cm
Figure 3
Figure 4
Min. 50cm
Min. 42cm
Min. 70cm(without hood)
Min. 65cm(with hood)
Min. 42cm
COOKER HOOD
Figure 5
3.2 Installation of product
There are some factors that must be paid attention to while installing your product. Surely be very
careful to while installing your product. Pay attention to our below instructions in order to be able
to prevent any problems and/or dangerous situations that may occur later.
• The appliance can be placed close to other furniture on condition that in the area where the
oven is set up, the furniture's height does not exceed the height of the cooker panel.
• Pay attention not to place it near the refrigerator, there must be no flammable or inflammable
materials such as curtain, waterproof cloth, etc. that will begin to burn quickly.
• It is required that there must be least a 2cm blank space around the product for air circulation.
• The furniture close to product must be manufactured resistant to temperatures up to 80°C.
• If the kitchen furniture are higher than the cooktop, it must be at least 10cm away from the
cooker's side.
The minimum heights from the pan support and wall cupboards to cooker hoods with fan over the
product, are shown in figure 5. Thus, the cooker hood must be at minimum 65cm height from the
pan support. If there is no cooker hood, this height must not be less than 70cm.
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3.3 Adjustment of feet
Your product stands on 4 adjustable feet. When the product is
placed where to be used, check if the product is balanced. If it
is not balanced, you can make the adjustment by turning the
feet clockwise if required. It is possible to raise the appliance
maximum 30mm by the feet. If the feet are adjusted
appropriately, it is required not to move the appliance by
dragging, it should be moved by lifting it up.
Figure 6
3.4 Gas connection
Assembly of gas supply and leakage check
The connection of the appliance should be performed in accordance with local and international
standards and regulations applicable. You can find the information related to appropriate gas types
and appropriate gas injectors on technical data table. If the pressure of used gas is different than
these values stated or not stable in your area, it may be required to assemble an available pressure
regulator on the gas inlet. It is certainly required to contact to the authorized service to make these
adjusments.
The points that must be checked during flexible hose assembly
If the gas connection is made by a flexible hose that is fixed on the gas inlet of appliance, it must be
fixed by a pipe collar as well. Connect your appliance with a short and durable hose that is as close
as possible to the gas source. The hose's permitted maximum lenght is 1.5m. The hose that brings
gas to the appliance must be changed once a year for your safety.
The hose must be kept clear from areas that may heat up to temperatures in excess of 500C. The
hose must not be ruptured, bent or folded. It must be kept clear of sharp corners, moving things,
and should not be defective. Before assembly, it must be checked whether there is any production
defect.
As gas is turned on, all connection parts and hose must be checked with soapy water or leakage
fluids. Do not use naked flame to check gas leakage. All metal components used during gas
connection must be clear of rust. Also check the expiry dates of components to be used.
The points that must be checked during fixed gas connection assembly
To assemble a fixed gas connection (gas connection made by threads, e.g. a nut), there are different
methods used in different countries. The most common parts are already supplied with your appliance.
Any other part can be supplied as spare part.
During connections always keep the nut on the gas manifold fixed, while rotating the counter-part. Use
spanners of appropriate size for safe connection. For all surfaces between different components,
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always use the seals provided in the gas conversion kit. The seals used during connection should
also be approved to be used in gas connections. Do not use plumbing seals for gas connections.
Remember that this appliance is ready to be connected to gas supply in the country for which it has
been produced. The main country of destination is marked on the rear cover of the appliance. If you
need to use it in another country, any of the connections in the figure below can be required. In
such a case, learn the appropriate connection parts and obtain those parts to perform a safe
connection.
Gas Pipe
Seal
Hose
Fitting
Gas Hose
with Collar
Gas
Pipe
Gas
Pipe
Gas
Pipe
Seal
Seal
Adaptor
Mechanical
Gas Hose
Mechanical
Gas Hose
Mechanical
Gas Hose
Figure 7
It is required to call the authorized service to be able to make the gas connections appropriately
and in compliance with safety standards.
! ATTENTION! Surely do not use any match or lighter for control of gas leakage.
3.5 Electric connection and safety
During the electric connection, follow the instructions stated in the user manual.
• The earthing cable must be connected to the earth terminal.
• You have to ensure the power cord with suitable insulation to be connected to the power source
during the connection. If there is no appropriate earthed electric outlet in accordance with
regulations in the place where the appliance to be installed, contact to our authorized service.
The earthed electric outlet must be close to the appliance.
• Do not use an extension cord.
• The power cord must not touch to the hot surface of the product.
• In case the cord is damaged, contact Authorized Service to have it changed.
• Any wrong electric connection may damage your appliance, as well as endangering your safety,
rendering your guarantee invalid.
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YELLOW+GREEN
L
N
BLUE
BROWN
• The appliance is adjusted for 230V 50Hz electricity. If the mains electricity is different contact
your authorized service.
Figure 8
• The supply cord should be kept away from hot parts of appliance. Otherwise, the cord may be
damaged, causing short circuit.
• The manufacturer declares that it has no responsibility against any kind of damages and losses
that are caused by improper connections that are performed by unauthorized people.
3.6 Gas conversion
Caution : The following procedures must be undertaken by authorized service people.
Your appliance is adjusted to be operated with LPG/NG gas. The gas burners can be adapted to
different types of gas, by replacing the corresponding injectors and adjusting minimum flame length
suitable to the gas in use. For this purpose, following steps should be performed:
Changing injectors:
Hob Burners:
• Cut off the main gas supply and unplug from the electric mains.
• Remove the burner cap and the adapter(Figure 9).
• Unscrew the injectors. For this, use a 7mm spanner(Figure 10).
• Replace the injector with the ones from the gas conversion kit, with corresponding diameters
suitable to the type of gas that is going to be used, according to the information chart (which is
also supplied in the gas conversion kit).
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Spanner
Injector
Figure 10
Figure 9
Oven/Grill Injectors:
The oven and grill injectors are assembled by a single screw that is placed on the tip of the burner.
For grill burners, this screw is already visible(Figure 11). Remove the screw, pull the grill burner to
yourself and you will see the injector revealed on the rear surface of the oven cavity (Figure 12).
For oven burners, open the drawer compartment and you will see the assembly screw below the
burner (Figure 13). Remove the screw, move the burner diagonally and the injector will be revealed on
the rear side of the burner box (Figure 12).
Remove the injectors with a 7mm spanner and replace the injector with the ones from the spare
set, with corresponding diameters suitable to the type of gas that is going to be used, according to
the information chart (which is also supplied in the gas conversion kit).
Screw
Screw
Injector
Figure 11
Figure 12
Figure 13
Adjusting the reduced flame position:
The flame length in the minimum position is adjusted with a flat screw located on the valve. For
valves without flame failure device, the screw is located inside the valve spindle(Figure 14). For
easier reduced flame adjustment, it is advised to remove the control panel (and microswitch, if
present) during adjustment.
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To determine the minimum position, ignite the burners and leave them on in minimum position.
Remove the with the help of a small screwdriver fasten or loosen the bypass screw around 90
angular degrees. When the flame has a length of at least 4mm, the gas is well distributed. Make
sure that the flame does not die out when passing from the maximum position to the minimum
position. Create an artificial wind with your hand toward the flame to see if the flames are stable.
Valve without flame failure device
Screw(inside the hole)
Figure 14
For oven burner, operate the oven burner at minimum position for 5 minutes, then open and close
the oven door for 2-3 times to check the flame stability of the burner.
Reduced flame position adjustment is not required for grill burners.
The position the bypass screw must be loosened for conversion from LPG to NG. For conversion
from NG to LPG, the same screw must be fastened. Make sure that the appliance is unpluged from
the electric mains and the gas supply is open.
Non-thermostatic oven valve
Bypass Screw
Figure 15
Changing the gas inlet:
For some countries, the gas inlet type can be different for NG/LPG gases. In such a case, remove the
current connection components and nuts (if any) and connect the new gas supply accordingly. In all
conditions, all components used in gas connections should be approved by local and/or
international authorities. In all gas connections, refer to the “Assembly of gas supply and leakage
check” clause explained before.
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4.1 Use of gas burners
Ignition of the burners
To determine which knob controls which burner, check the position symbol above the knob.
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Manual Ignition of the Gas Burners
If your appliance is not equipped with any ignition aid or in case there is a failure in the electric
network, follow the procedures listed below:
For Hob Burners: To ignite one of the burners, press and turn its knob counter-clockwise so that the
knob is in maximum position, approach a match, taper or another manual aid to its upper
circumference. Move the ignition source away as soon as you see a stable flame.
For Oven Burner: To ignite the oven burner, press and turn the oven control knob counter-clockwise so
that the knob is in maximum position, approach a match, taper or another manual aid to the ignition
hole that is located on the front left corner of the burner. Move the ignition source away as soon as you
see a stable flame.
For Grill Burner: To ignite the grill burner, turn the grill valve in the clockwise position until the marker
on the knob points at the grill sign. Then, keep the knob pressed and approach a match, taper or
another manual aid to the holes that are situated on the burner. Move the ignition source away as soon
as you see a stable flame.
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Electrical Ignition
Figure 16
Ignition by Spark Button: Press the valve of the burner you want to
operate and turn the valve in the counter-clockwise direction so that the
knob is in maximum position and with your other hand, press the ignition
button (Figure 16) at the same time. Press the ignition button
immediately, because if you wait, a build up of gas may cause the flame to
spread. Continue pressing the ignition button until you see a stable flame
on the burner.
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Flame safety device:
Oven / Grill Burners
Regardless of the model of your appliance, all oven burners are equipped with a gas safety device.
For this reason, during ignition, keep the oven knob pressed until you see stable flames. If the
flames are cut out after you release the knob, repeat the procedure again. If the oven burner does
not ignite after you keep the burner knob pressed for 30 seconds, open the oven door and do not
attempt re-ignition for at least 90 seconds. When oven flames go out accidentally, repeat the same
procedure.
4.1.1 Control of the hob burners
OFF position
MAX. position
MIN. position
MODULATE
Figure 17
The knob has 3 positions: Off (0), maximum (big flame symbol) and minimum (small flame symbol).
After you ignite the burner in maximum position; you can adjust the flame length between
maximum and min. positions. Do not operate the burners when the knob position is between
maximum and off positions.
After the ignition, check the flames visually. If you see yellow
tip, lifted or unstable flames; turn the gas flow off, and check
the assembly of burner caps and crowns (Figure 18). Also,
make sure that no liquid has flown into the burner cups. If
the burner flame goes out accidentally, turn the burner off,
ventilate the kitchen with fresh air, and do not attempt reignition for 90 sec.
Cap
Crown
Spark
Plug
Burner
Cup
Figure 18
When turning the hob off, turn the knob in the clockwise
direction so that the knob shows "0" position or the marker
on the knob points upwards.
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Your hob has burners of different diameters. The most economic way of using gas is to choose the
correct size gas burners for your cooking pan size and to bring the flame to minimum position once
the boiling point is reached. It is recommended to always cover your cooking pan.
In order to obtain maximum performance from the main burners, use pots with the following flat
bottom diameters. Using smaller pots than the minimum dimensions stated below will cause
energy loss.
Rapid Burner: 22-26cm
Semi-rapid Burner: 14-22cm
Auxiliary Burner: 12-18cm
Make sure that the tips of the flames do not spread out of the outer circumference of the pan, as
this may also harm the plastic accessories around the pan (handles etc.).
Figure 19
When the burners are not in use for prolonged periods, always turn the main gas control valve off.
! WARNING:
• Use only flat pans and with a sufficiently thick base.
• Ensure that the base of the pan is dry before placing it on the burners.
• The temperature of accessible parts may be high when the appliance is operating. So it is
imperative to keep children and animals out of the reach of the burners during and after
cooking.
• After use, the hob remains very hot for a prolonged period of time, do not touch it and do not
place any object on top of the hob.
• Never place knives, forks, spoons and lids on the hob as they will get hot and could cause
serious burns.
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4.1.2. Use of Hotplate
These hotplates are controlled by a 6 position switch.
By switching the control knob to one of these positions the
hotplate can be operated. Near each hob control knob, there is
a small diagram that shows which hotplate is controlled with
that knob. On/off light on the control panel shows if any of the
hotplates are in use.
Figure 20
Hotplate Knob Position - Function
0 Off position
1 To melt butter etc. and to warm small quantities of liquid.
2 To warm bigger quantities of liquid. To prepare creams and sauces.
3 To defrost food for cooking
4 To cook delicate meat and fish
5 To roast meat and steak
6 To boil big quantities of liquid or to fry.
! Warning:
When the operating for the first time or whenever the hotplate has not been used for a prolonged
time it is necessary to eliminate any humidity which may have accumulated around the electrical
elements of the plate by operating the hotplate on its lowest setting for about 20 minutes.
• Use only flat pans and with a sufficiently thick base.
• Never use a pan with a smaller diameter than of the hotplate.
• Ensure that the base of the pan is dry before placing it on the hotplate. While the hotplate is in
operation, it is important to ensure that the pan is centered correctly above the hotplate.
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CORRECT
INCORRECT
circular saucepan base
INCORRECT
INCORRECT
small saucepan diameter saucepan’s base had not settled
Figure 21
• Never operate the hob without pans on the hotplate.
• The temperature of accessible parts maybe high when the appliance is operating. So it is
imperative to keep children and animals out of the reach of the hotplate during and after the
operation.
• If you note a crack on the hotplate it must be immediately switched off and replaced.
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4.1.3 Control of the Oven Burner
After you ignite the oven burner as explained before, you can adjust the temperature inside the
oven as you require, using the numbers on the control panel or knob ring: Bigger numbers mean
higher temperatures, while smaller numbers mean lower temperatures. If your oven is equipped
with an oven thermostat; refer to the temperature table below for the temperature references of
those numbers. Do not operate the appliance between "Off" position and first temperature
markerin the counter-clockwise direction. Always use the oven between maximum and minimum
numbers. When turning the oven off, turn the knob in the clockwise direction so that the knob
shows "0" position.
Figure 22
Preheating
When you need to preheat the oven, we recommend you do so for 10 minutes. For recipes
needing high temperatures, e.g. bread, pastries, scones, soufflés etc., best results are achieved if
the oven is preheated first. For best results when cooking frozen or cooked chilled ready meals
always preheat the oven first.
Cooking
• Ensure that food is placed centrally on the shelf and there is sufficient room around the baking
tray/dish to allow for maximum circulation.
• Stand dishes on a suitably sized baking tray on the shelf to prevent spillage onto the oven base
and to help reduce cleaning.
• The material and finish of the baking tray and dishes used affect base browning. Enamel ware,
dark, heavy or non-stick utensils increase base browning. Shiny aluminum or polished steel
trays reflect the heat away and give less base browning.
• When cooking more than one dish in the oven, place dishes centrally on different shelves
rather than cluster several dishes on one shelf, this will allow the heat to circulate freely for the
best cooking results.
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• If you are cooking more than one tray of similar items, for example cakes or biscuits, swap the
trays during cooking or you can remove the top tray when the food is cooked and move the
lower tray to the higher shelf to finish cooking.
• Do not place baking trays directly on the oven base as it interferes with the oven air circulation
and can lead to base burning; use the lower shelf position.
Using The Thermometer
The thermometer is fitted with a device that gives a quantitative indication of the temperature in
the middle of the oven.
4.1.4 Control of the grill burner
! CAUTION: Accessible parts may be hot when the grill is in use. Young children should be kept
away.
Right after you ignite the burner, place the grill heat shield under the control panel. After that, lift
the oven door up slowly until it stops at the semi-open (30 °) position and touches the heat shield.
Figure 23
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4. USE OF YOUR PRODUCT
.
Assembling the grill heat shield
Hold the heat shield as the warnings face upwards. There are two small slots on the right and left
side of the rear edge of the shield, as shown in the below figure.
Figure 24
There are two screw equipped with bushes under the oven control panel. Align the bushes with the
assembly slots so that the shield is stuck between the control panel and the bush. Push the shield
towards the appliance until it is firmly in its place.
Cooking
• The grill burner cannot be modulated between maximum and minimum positions and creates a
source of heat at a constant rating. When turning the grill burner off, turn the knob in the
clockwise direction so that the knob shows "0" position.
• Place the tray on the shelf below the grid in order to collect the fat during grilling.
• Place the wire grid on the topmost shelves; 4th or 5th; provided that the food does not touch the
grill burner.
• Preheat the grill on a full setting for a few minutes before sealing steaks or toasting. The food
should be turned over during cooking as required.
• Food should be thoroughly dried before grilling to minimize splashing. Brush lean meats and fish
lightly with a little oil or melted butter to keep them moist during cooking.
• Foods should be placed on the center of the grid to allow maximum circulation of air.
• Never cover the grill pan or grid with foil as this can lead to grill fires.
• If your appliance has a grill pan and handle set as an accessory, refer to accessories section for
its usage.
! WARNING: Ensure that the grill is turned off before closing the door.
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4. USE OF YOUR PRODUCT
4.2 Accessories used in oven
• The product already supplied with accessories. You can also use accessories you purchase from
the market, but they must be heat and flame resistant. You can also use glass dishes, cake
molds, special oven trays that are appropriate for use in oven. Pay attention to the using
instructions by the manufacturer of those acessories.
• In case small size dishes are used, place the dish onto the wire grid, as it will completely be on
the middle part of the grid.
• If the food to be cooked does not cover the oven tray completely, if the food is taken from the
deep freezer or the tray is being used for collection of food's juices that flow during grilling, the
form changes can be observed in the tray because of the high heat that occur during cooking or
roasting. The tray will return to its old form only when the tray cool down after cooking. This is a
normal physical event that occurs during heat transfer.
• Do not leave glass tray or dish in cold environment right away after cooking in glass tray or dish.
Do not put onto cold and wet surfaces. Place on a dry kitchen cloth or dish cross, ensure it to
cool slowly. Otherwise the glass tray or dish may be broken.
• If you will grill in your oven; we recommend you to use the grid that was given in tray together
with product (If your product includes this material). If you will use the big wire grid; put a tray
onto one of the lower shelves for fat to be collected. Also put some water into it for ease of
cleaning.
• As explained in the corresponding clauses, never attempt to use the gas operated grill burner
without the grill protection lid. If your oven has a gas operated grill burner, but the grill heat
shield is missing, or if it is damaged and cannot be used, request a spare part from the nearest
service.
Oven Cavity
Rack positions for molded racks
5. Rack
4. Rack
3. Rack
2. Rack
1. Rack
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4. USE OF YOUR PRODUCT
Oven Accessories
* The accessories of your oven may be different due to the model of your product.
Wire grid
Wire grid is used to grill or to place different cookwares on it.
WARNING- Fit the grid correctly
into any correspondingrack in the
oven cavity and push it to the end.
Deep Tray
Deep tray is used to cook stews.
To locate the tray correctly in the cavity, put it to any rack and
push it up to the end.
Hob Accessories
Wok Adaptor
Wok adaptor should be placed on the pan support of burner.
WARNING: Using wok pans without wok adaptor may cause the burner
to malfunction.
Please do not use wok adaptor with flat-bottomed saucepans. Likewise,
do not use convex-bottomed saucepans without the wok adaptor.
CORRECT
INCORRECT
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5. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
5.1 Cleaning
Be sure that all control switches are off and your appliance cooled before cleaning your oven. Plug
off the appliance. Check whether they are appropriate and recommended by the manufacturer
before using the cleaning materials on your oven. As they may damage the surfaces, do not use
caustic creams, abrasive cleaning powders, thick wire wool or hard tools. In case the liquids that
overflow around your oven burn, the enameled parts may be damaged. Immediately clean the
overflown liquids.
Cleaning of oven
The inside of enameled oven is cleaned in the best way when the oven is warm. Wipe the oven
with a soft cloth that had been soaked in soapy water after each use. Later wipe it with a wet cloth
once more and then dry it. It may be required to use a liquid cleaning material from time to time
and make a complete cleaning. Do not clean with dry/powder cleaners or steam cleaners.
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5. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Removal of oven door
To remove the oven door;
• Open the oven door(1).
• Open the saddle bracket up to end position(2).
1
Saddle
bracket
• Close the door till it almost reaches to the full
closed position as shown in 3rd figure and
remove the door by pulling it towards yourself.
Recessed
form
2
NOTE: To re-assemble the door follow the opposite
rules of removal.
! Please pay attention that the recessed forms
should be positioned properly on the hinge
counterparts as shown on 2nd figure.
3
Cleaning of Gas Cooker - Hob Part
• Lift up the pan supports, caps and crowns of hob burners(Figure 16).
• Wipe and clean the back panel with a soapy cloth.
• Wash the caps and crowns of hob burners and rinse them. Do not leave them wet, immediately
dry them with paper cloth.
• After cleaning, make sure that you re-assemble the parts correctly.
• Do not clean any part of the hob with metal sponge. It causes the surface be scratched.
• The pan support top surfaces may be scratched in time due to usage. These parts will not get
rusted and it is not a production fault.
• During cleaning of the hob plate, make sure that no water flows inside the burner cups, as this
may block the injectors.
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5. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Burner Caps:
Periodically, enameled pan support, enameled covers, burner heads must be washed with soapy
warm water rinsed and dried. After drying them thoroughly, replace them correctly.
Enamelled Parts:
In order to keep them a new, it is necessary to clean them frequently with mild warm soapy water
and then dry with cloth. Do not wash them while hot and never use abrasive powders or abrasive
cleaning materials. Do not leave vinegar, coffee, milk, salt, water, lemon, or tomato juice to remain
in contact with enameled parts for long periods of time.
Stainless Steel:
Stainless steel parts must be cleaned frequently with mildly warm soapy water and a soft sponge
and then dry with a soft cloth. Do not use abrasive powders or abrasive cleaning metarials. Do not
leave vinegar, coffee, milk, salt, water, lemon or tomato juice to remain in contact with stainless
steel parts long periods of time.
5.2 Maintenance
Change of Oven Lamp
At first plug the product off from electric supply and make sure that the product is cool. Remove
the bulb after removing the glass lens. Assemble the new bulb resistant to 300°C to the place of
the bulb that you removed (230 V, 25 Watt, Type E14). Place the glass lens. Your product will be
ready for use after this process.
The lamp design is specific for the use in household cooking appliances and it is not suitable for
household room illumination.
Other Controls
Periodically check the gas connection pipe. Even if any simple abnormality is felt, inform the
technical service to have it changed. We recommend the gas connection parts to be changed once
a year. If any abnormality is felt while operating the control knobs of cooker, contact to the
authorized service.
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6. SERVICE AND TRANSPORT
6.1 Basic troubleshooting before contacting service
If the oven does not operate :
•
The oven may be plugged off, there has been a black out.
If the oven does not heat :
•
The heat may be not adjusted with oven's heater control switch.
If the interior lighting lamp does not light :
•
The electricity must be controlled. It must be controlled whether the lamps are defective. If
they are defective, you can change them as following the guide.
Cooking (If lower-upper part does not cook equally):
•
Check the shelf locations, cooking period and heat values according to the manual.
The hob burners do not operate correctly :
•
Check if the burner parts are correctly assembled(especially after cleaning).
•
The gas supply pressure may be too low/high. For appliances working with bottled LPG, the
LPG cylinder may be depleted.
Except these, if you still have any problem with your product, please call to the Authorized
Service.
6.2 Information related to transport
If you need any transport; keep the original case of product and carry it with its original case when
needed to be carried. Follow the transport signs on packaging. Tape the cooker on upper parts,
caps and crowns and pan supports to the cooking panels. Place a paper between the upper cover
and cooking panel, cover the upper cover, then tape it to the side surfaces of oven. Tape cardboard
or paper onto the front cover on interior glass of oven as it will be suitable to the trays, for the wire
grid in your oven not to damage to the oven door during transport. Also tape the oven door to the
side panels.
If you do not have the original packaging; prepeare a carriage box so that the appliance, especially
external surfaces (glass and painted surfaces) of oven is protected against external threats.
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INJECTOR TABLE
LPG
Gas Category: I3B/P
Destination:PH
Class: 1
G30 28-30mbar 7.8 kW 564 g/h
G30
30 mbar
RAPID BURNER
Diameter of Injector(1/100mm)
87
Nominal Rating (kW)
3
Consumption
218.1 g/h
SEMI-RAPID BURNER
Diameter of Injector(1/100mm)
65
Nominal Rating (kW)
1.65
Consumption
120 g/h
AUXILLARY BURNER
Diameter of Injector(1/100mm)
50
Nominal Rating (kW)
1
Consumption
72.7 g /h
OVEN BURNER
Diameter of Injector(1/100mm)
68
Nominal Rating (kW)
2.1
Consumption
153 g/h
GRILL BURNER
Diameter of Injector(1/100mm)
70
Nominal Rating (kW)
2
Consumption
146 g/h
Electrical Power Consumption: 220-240V ~ 50-60Hz 800-1200W
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ANTI-TILTING KIT
1
2
3
Screw (x1)
4
Anti-Tilting Bracket (x1)
(Will be installed to the wall)
Adaptor (x1)
(Installed on the product)
Dowel (x1)
Document bag contains an anti-tilting kit. Anti-tilting bracket (1) should be removed
from the kit and installed onto the wall with the following measures as shown in the
figure. Height can be adjusted by loosing the screw of the bracket. The adaptor (2) that
will provide connection of the anti-tilting bracket to the oven is preinstalled to the oven
with 4 screws. Height can be adjusted by loosening the 4 screws of the adaptor. The
oven is leaned backwards with an angle so that the anti-tilting bracket fits into the
adaptor and then it is pushed forwards.
416mm
(With the legs fully tightened)
128mm
52027818
GUARANTEE AND SERVICE
We, Electrolux, undertake that if within 12 months of the date of the purchase this Electrolux appliance or any part
thereof is proved to be defective by reason only of faulty workmanship or materials, we will, at our option repair or
replace the same FREE OF CHARGE for labour, materials or carriage
on condition that:
o
The appliance has been correctly installed and used only on the electricity supply stated on the rating plate.
o
The appliance has been used for normal domestic purposes only, and in accordance with the manufacturer
instructions.
o
The appliance has not been serviced, maintained, repaired, taken apart or tampered with by any person not
authorized by us.
All service work under this guarantee must be undertaken by an Electrolux Service Center. Any appliance or defective
part replaced shall become theCompany property. This warranty is in addition to your statutory and other legal rights.
This warranty does not include maintenance, like cleaning of hood.
The manufacturer waives all liability for failure to observe the instructions for the appropriate installation, maintenance
and use of the appliance.
Customer Care Centre
Thailand
Tel: (+66 2) 725 9000
Electrolux Thailand Co., Ltd.
14th Floor, 1919 New Petchburi Road
Bangkapi, Huay Kwang
Bangkok 10320
Indonesia
Tel: (+62 21) 522 7180
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Plaza Kuningan
Menara Utara Suite 201
Jl. HR. Rasuna Said Kav. C11-14
Jakarta 12940
Vietnam
Toll Free: 1800-58-88-99
Tel: (+84 8) 910 5465
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AB Tower, 9th Floor
76 Le Lai Street, District 1
Ho Chi Minh City
Philippines
Domestic Toll Free : 1-800-10-845-care 2273
Customer Care Hotline : (+63 2) 845 care 2273
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10th Floor. W5th Avenue Building
5th Avenue Corner 32nd Street
Bonifacio Global City,
Taguig Philippines 1634
Trunkline: +63 2 737- 4756
Website : www.electrolux.com.ph
Email : [email protected]
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Malaysia
Tel: (+65) 6507 8699
Toll Free: 1300-88-11-22
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Tel: (+60 3) 7843 5999
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Singapore 319579
7th Floor, Tower 2, Jaya 33,
No 3. Jalan Semangat, Seksyen 13,
46100 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
52140341 01/14 R000
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