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Instructions booklet
mod. EKM 90460 X
EKM 10460 X
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GENERAL INFORMATION
and recycling of this product, please contact
your local city office, your household waste
disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT
Packaging disposal
Sort packaging into different materials
(cardboard, polystyrene etc.) and dispose
of them in accordance with local waste
disposal laws.
DEAR CUSTOMER,
• Carefully read these instructions before using
the appliance and keep them for future
consultation.
• Keep potentially hazardous packaging
(plastic bags, polystyrene etc.) out of the
reach of children.
This appliance complies with the following
European Directives:
- 2006/95/EEC regarding "Low Voltage".
- 89/336/EEC regarding "Electromagnetic
Disturbances".
- 90/396/EEC regarding “Gas appliances”
- 89/109/EEC regarding "Materials in contact
with food"
- Moreover the above mentioned Directives
comply with Directive 93/68/EEC.
- This appliance must be installed in
accordance with the regulations in force
and must only be used in well ventilated
rooms. Consult the instructions booklet
before installing and using the appliance.
- This household appliance has been designed
for cooking and it must therefore be used
for this purpose only.
WARRANTY
Your new appliance is covered by a warranty.
The warranty certificate is herewith enclosed.
If it is missing, ask the retailer for it, indicating
date of purchase, model, and data plate
number which are printed on the data plate
identifying the appliance (fig. 9 ).
*
Keep the part intended for the user, and show
it upon request to the After-sales Service,
along with proof of purchase.
If you fail to do so, the after-sales service will
be obliged to charge you in full for any repair
work carried out.
Original spare parts should be purchased only
from our After-sales Service and Spare Parts
Authorised Centres.
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.
AFTER-SALES SERVICE
Before leaving the factory, this appliance has
been tested and set up by skilled personal,
in order to ensure optimum performance.
Any repair or intervention subsequently
required must be carried out with the utmost
care and attention.
For this reason, we recommend you always
contact the Sales Centre or your nearest Aftersales Service. Always specify the nature of
the problem and the appliance model.
The symbol
on the product, or on the
documents accompanying the product,
indicates that this appliance may not be treated
as household waste. Instead it should be
taken to the appropriate 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
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RECOMENDATIONS AND PRECAUTIONS
ATTENTION:
The use of a gas cooking appliance results
in the production of heat and moisture in the
room in which it is installed. Ensure that the
kitchen is well ventilated:
keep natural ventilation holes open or install
a mechanical ventilation device (mechanical
extractor hood).
Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may
call for additional ventilation, for example
opening of a window, or more effective
ventilation, for example increasing the level
of mechanical ventilation where present.
Prior to installation, ensure that the local
distribution conditions (nature of the gas and
gas pressure) and the adjustment of the
appliance are compatible.
- Before using the appliance, remember to
remove the protective plastic film present
on some parts of the appliance (facia-panel,
parts in stainless steel, etc.)
- Do not use the appliance for the purpose of
heating.
- When the appliance is not in use, we
recommend you unplug it from the mains
electricity and shut the gas tap.
FOR YOUR SAFETY AND THAT OF YOUR
CHILDREN.
• Do not store items that are attractive to
children above or near the appliance.
• Keep children well away from the appliance:
bear in mind that some parts of the appliance
and the pans become dangerously hot during
use, and that they take a while to cool down.
• In order to avoid any unintentional accidents,
pan handles should be turned inwards to
the rear of the cooker, not outwards into the
room or over adjacent burners.
• When cooking, do not use clothes with large
flared sleeves; in case of accidental contact
with a lit burner.
The appliance must not be used by people
(including children) with limited physical,
sensory or mental abilities, or without
experience or expertise, unless they have
received instructions for using it from
those responsible for their safety.
Young children should be supervised to
ensure they not play with the appliance.
WARNING - OVEN:
When the oven or the grill are in use,
accessible parts can become very hot; it
is necessary to keep children well away
from the appliance.
- Never cook food on the base of the oven.
- Keep fingers away from the area of the
hinges when closing the door as it is possible
to trap them.
- Do not let children sit down on or play with
the oven door. Do not use the drop down
door as a stool to reach cabinets above.
IN THE EVENT OF FIRE:
• In the event of fire, immediately shut the
main valve of the gas supply, unplug the
appliance from the mains. Never, under
any circumstances, pour water on burning
oil.
• Do not store flammable products or aerosol
containers near the burners, and do not
vaporize them near lighted burners.
WARMING DRAWER
DO not place inflammable materials or plastic
utensils in the warming drawer (situated below
the ovens).
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Control panel
1 Electronic clock
2 Oven indicator light ( main oven )
3 Oven indicator light ( function )
4 Oven indicator light ( second oven)
5 Control knob function ( main oven )
6 Thermostat knob ( main oven )
7 Control knob function ( second oven )
1
2
3
5
8 Control knob ( rapid burner left )
9 Control knob ( semi rapid burner left )
10 Control knob ( Triple crown burner )
11 Control knob ( semi rapid burner right )
12 Control knob ( auxiliary burner )
4
6
7
8
4
9
10
11
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COOK-TOP USE
USING THE GAS BURNERS
The following symbols are found on the control
panel next to each knob:
- Circle
gas off
- Large flame
maximum setting
- Small flame
minimum setting
ENERGY SAVING TIPS
• The diameter of the pan bottom should be
the same as that of the burner. The burner
flame must never exceed the pan’s diameter.
• Use flat-bottomed pans only.
• Whenever possible, keep a lid on the pan
while cooking.
This allows you cook using less heat.
• Cook vegetables, potatoes, etc. with as little
water as possible to reduce cooking times.
The minimum position is at the end of the anticlockwise rotation of the knob. Knob positions
must be set between max. and min.; never
set the knobs between max. and off.
MANUAL IGNITION
(during mains power failure)
To ignite the burner, press the knob of the
selected burner and turn it anticlockwise to
the maximum position then light with a match.
BURNERS
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IGNITION
To ignite the burner, press the knob of the
selected burner and turn it anticlockwise to
the maximum position. Keeping the knob
pressed in, the automatic ignition of the burner
will operate.
In case of power failure, the burner can also
be lit using a match.
RAPID
SEMIRAPID
AUXILIARY
TRIPLE CROWN
5
PANS
Ø min.
Ø max
180 mm
220 mm
120 mm
200 mm
80 mm
160 mm
220 mm
260 mm
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USING THE ELECTRIC OVEN
Before the first use of the oven
The first time the oven is used, it may give
off smells, these are caused by residues left
by the production processes and is quite
normal. Ensure there is adequate ventilation
in the room before performing this action.
(It is necessary to heat up the oven at the
maximum temperature for about 30-40
minutes in order to burn off these
residues). It is perfectly normal for the oven
to smoke when first used; wait for the smoke
to stop before placing food into the oven.
The oven is fitted with: a grill shelf for cooking
food in oven dishes or for placing directly on
the grill shelf itself, a drip-tray for cooking
sweets, biscuits, pizzas, etc., or for collecting
juices and fats from food cooked directly on
the grill shelf.
Note: The following tables provide a guide
for cooking some of the most popular dishes.
The cooking times recommended in these
tables are approximate. After a few attemps,
we are sure that you will be able to adjust the
times to get the results you want.
ATTENTION: Always use the oven with the
oven door closed.
Conventional cooking table
Dish
Fish
Meat
Roast beef
Roast veal
Chicken
Duck and goose
Leg of mutton
Roast pork
Soufflés
Sweets (pastries)
Tea-cake
Sponge finger
Shortcrust pastry
Puff pastry
Fruit flan
Meringues
Quiches, etc.
Quick sponge
Buns
Temp. °C.
180-240
Minutes
acc. to size
250
200-220
200-240
220
250
250
200
30 per kg.
30 per kg.
50 about
acc. to weight
30 per kg.
60 per kg.
60 per kg.
160
160
200
250
200-220
100
220
120-140
160-180
50-60
30-50
15
15
30
60
30
60
45
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Fan oven cooking table
Dish
First courses
Lasagne
Oven-baked pasta
Creole rice
Pizza
Meat
Roast veal
Roast pork
Roast beef
Roast beef joint
Roast fillet beef (rare)
Roast lamb
Roast chicken
Roast duck
Roast goose
Roast turkey
Roast rabbit
Roast hare
Fish
Sweets (pastries)
Fruit flan
Plain sandwich cake
Sponge sandwich cake
Sponge cake
Currant cake
Buns
Strûdel
Cream slices
Apple fritters
Sponge finger pudding
Sponge finder biscuits
Toasted sandwiches
Bread
Temp. °C.
Minutes
Weight kg.
200-220
200-220
200-230
210-230
20-25
25-30
20-25
30-45
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,5
160-180
160-170
170-190
170-180
180-190
140-160
180
170-180
160-180
160-170
160-170
170-180
160-180
65-90
70-100
40-60
65-90
40-45
100-130
70-90
100-160
120-160
160-240
80-100
30-50
acc. to weight
1-1,2
1-1,2
1-1,2
1-1,2
1-1,5
1,5
1-1,2
1,5-2
3-3,5
5 approx.
2 approx.
2 approx.
180-200
160-180
200-220
200-230
230-250
170-180
160
180-200
180-200
170-180
150-180
230-250
200-220
40-50
35-45
40-45
25-35
30-40
40-60
25-35
20-30
18-25
30-40
50-60
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40
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WARNING –
Accessible parts will become hot when in use.
To avoid burns and scalds children should be kept away.
Do not touch the heated elements inside the oven.
CONVECTION OVEN
The oven is fitted with:
• a lower heating element;
• an upper heating element.
MULTIFUNCTIONAL OVEN
The oven is fitted with:
• a lower heating element;
• an upper heating element;
• a circular heating element surrounding the fan.
N.B.: Always set the temperature on the
thermostat knob before selecting any of the
functions.
It is possible to select the desired temperature
into the oven by turning clockwise the
thermostat knob and depending on the
models, one or more functions:
Oven thermostat knob
To obtain an oven temperature between 50°C
and MAX°C, turn the knob clockwise.
Oven off
Oven light
60 - max Upper + lower heating element on
Upper heating element on
0
M
75
Grill element on + turnspit
225 200
50
X
A
Lower heating element on
5
150 125
0
17
10
0
Note: The appliance must be used with the
oven door closed.
90
60
Oven selector knob
It is possible to select one of the following functions
turning the selector knob clockwise.
X
0
13
MA
20
0
0
Note:
All the functions mentioned above, switch the
oven light on. A warning light on the control panel
will stay lit until the selected temperature is
reached; after it will light up intermittently.
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Use of the oven
The appliance must be used with the oven
door closed.
Note: ovens with separate thermostat and
function selectors.
When the functions
are used, place
the thermostat knob between 180 ÷ 200°C
as maximum temperature.
Medium grill
It is ideal for grilling and gratinating small
quantities of traditional food. The thermostat
knob must be placed on the maximum
position.
ATTENTION:
The temperature shown on the control panel
corresponds to the temperature in the oven
centre only when the functions selected are
or
.
Full grill
It is ideal for grilling and gratinating traditional
food. Set the thermostat control knob to the
200°C position.
Thermal grilling
The air which is heated by the grill element
is circulated by the fan which distributes the
heat on the food. The fan assisted grill function
can replace the need to use the rotisserie.
You can obtain very good results also with
large quantities of poultry, sausage, red meat.
Set the thermostat control knob to the 200°C
position.
Oven lamp
When you turn the control knob to this position,
the light will be on for all the following
operations.
Defrosting with fan
The air at ambient temperature is distributed
inside the oven for defrosting food faster.
Air forced lower heating element
The air which is heated by the lower heating
element is circulated by the fan which
distributes the heat on the food . This function
can be used between 50° and MAX°C.
Natural convection
Both the lower and upper heating elements
operate together.
This is the traditional cooking, very good for
roasting joints, ideal for biscuits, baked apples
and crisping food.
You obtain very good results when cooking
on a shelf adjusting the temperature between
50 and MAX°C.
Fan oven
Both the fan and the circular heating element
operate together. The hot air is adjustable
between 50 and MAX°C and is evenly
distributed inside the oven. This is ideal for
cooking several types of food (meat, fish etc)
at the same time without affecting taste and
smell. It is ideal for delicate pastries.
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USE OF THE GRILL
USE OF THE TURNSPIT
To use the turnspit follow the instructions
below.
- Thread the chicken or cubes of meat for
roasting on the spit L. Ensure that it is
secured properly between the two forks
F and balance it correctly to avoid
unnecessary strain on the transmission R
(fig 4).
- Rest the spit on the support G, after having
fitted the opposite end into socket P of
the transmission R (fig 4)
- Place the drip-tray with some water under
the turnspit, on the lowest level.
- To remove the spit, operate in the opposite
direction using knob A and protecting
gloves (see fig. 4).
Install the grid on the third shelf from the oven
bottom, at about 12 cm from the surface.
The shelf position can be changed as
required depending on personal taste and
the type of food.
Heat the oven 5 minutes before introducing
the food.
To operate the turnspit, turn the knob to
position
.
Fig. 4
R
P
2
F
L
1
A
1
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF CLOCK
“LED” PROGRAMMER (Fig. 5)
Manual use
By pressing the manual button the “AUTO”
symbol switches off and the saucepan symbol
lights up.
Manual operation can only be enabled after
the automatic programme is over or it has
been cancelled.
Features
24 hour clock with automatic programme and
minute minder.
Functions
Cooking time, cooking end time, manual
position, clock,
minute minder, times to be set up to 23 hours
59 minutes.
Automatic use
Press the cooking time or end time button to
switch automatically from the manual to the
automatic function.
Display
4-figures, 7-segments display for cooking
times and time of day.
Cooking time and manual
function
= saucepan symbol
Automatic function = AUTO
Minute minder
= bell symbol
The symbols light up when the corresponding
functions are selected.
Semi-automatic use with cooking time
setting
Press the cooking time button and set the
desired time with + or -.
The AUTO and cooking time symbols light up
continuously. The relay switches on
immediately. When the cooking end time
corresponds to the time of day, the relay and
cooking time symbol switch off, the sound
signal rings and the AUTO symbol flashes.
Minute minder
A
U
T
O
Cooking time
Cooking end
Semi-automatic use with end time setting
Press the end time button. The time of day
appears on the display.
Set the cooking end time with + button. The
AUTO and cooking time symbols light up
continuously. The relay contacts switch on.
When the cooking end time corresponds to
the time of day, the relay and the cooking
time symbol switch off. When the cooking
time is up, the AUTO symbol flashes, the
sound signal rings and both the relay and the
cooking time button switch off.
Manual
Subtract time
Add time
Fig. 5
Setting
To set, press and release the desired function,
and within 5 seconds set the time
with + and - buttons.
+ and - buttons.
The + and - buttons increase or decrease the
time at a speed depending on how long the
button is pressed.
Automatic use with cooking time and end
time setting
Press the cooking time button and select the
length of the cooking time with + or - button.
The “AUTO” and cooking time symbols
light up continuously. The relay switches on.
By pressing the cooking end time button the
next cooking end time appears on
the display. Set the cooking end time with +
button.
Setting the time
Press any two buttons (cooking time, end
time, minute minder at the same time, and +
or - button to set the desired time.
This deletes any previously set programme
and the “AUTO” symbol flashes.
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The relay and the cooking time symbol switch
off. The symbol lights up again when the time
of day corresponds to the cooking start time.
When the cooking time is up, the “AUTO”
symbol flashes, the sound signal rings, the
cooking time symbol and the relay switch off.
Minute minder
Press the minute minder button
and set
the cooking time with + or - button.
The bell symbol lights up when the minute
minder is operating.
When the set time is up, the audible signal
rings and the bell symbol switches off.
Audible signal
The audible signal starts at the end of a
programme or of the minute minder function
and it lasts for 15 minutes.
To stop it, push any one of the function
buttons.
Start programme and check
The programme starts 4 seconds after it has
been set.
The programme can be checked at any time
by pressing the corresponding button.
Setting error
A setting error is made if the time of day on
the clock falls within the cooking start and
end times.
To correct the setting error, change the
cooking time or cooking end time.
The relays switch off when a setting error is
made.
Cancelling a setting
To cancel a setting, press the cooking time
button
and then press the - button until
00 00 appears on the display.
A set programme will automatically cancel
on completion.
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Before cleaning the appliance, turn off the
mains gas tap and unplug the appliance
or disconnect power at the main circuit
breaker of the electrical system.
Do not clean appliance surfaces when still
hot.
Do not use steam cleaners to clean the
oven.
CAUTION:
Do not use rough or abrasive materials or
sharp metal scrapers to clean the glass
doors of the oven since they may scratch
the surface and cause the glass to break.
ENAMELLED SURFACES
Clean with a damp sponge using soap and
water.
Grease can be easily removed using hot water
or a specific cleansing agent for enamelled
surfaces. Do not use abrasive cleansers.
Do not leave any acid or alkaline substances
(lemon juice, vinegar, salt, etc.) on the enamel.
Clean the parts in stainless steel with specific
cleansers for stainless steel surfaces.
These detergents must be applied using a
soft cloth.
GRIDS AND BURNERS
To clean the cooktop burners, remove by
pulling upwards and soak them for
approximately 10 minutes in hot water with a
little detergent. After cleaning and washing
them, dry them carefully.
Make sure that burner holes are not
clogged.
Clean the burners once a week or more
frequently if necessary.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ASSEMBLED THE
BURNERS CORRECTLY.
OVEN
Clean enamelled parts with a damp sponge
using soap and water. Grease can be easily
removed using hot water or a specific
cleansing agent for enamelled surfaces.
Do not use abrasive cleansers.
Install shelves by locating them in the
horizontal guide rails on the oven walls.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
mod. EKM 90460 X
600
895
"0" mm
755
815
min.100 mm
"0" mm
min. 400 mm
min. 50 mm
min. 650 mm
min. 50 mm
h*
h* = 115 / 165
mod. EKM 10460 X
Fig. 7B
The cookers are fitted with 4 legs for easy
adjustment of height to suit adjacent furniture
(Fig. 8 / 8A).
900
960
600
Mod. EKM 90460 X (fig. 8).
1000
To assemble legs, lift the cooker up and screw the
four legs into the suitable threadings located at the
corners on the underside of the appliance (fig 8).
WARNINGS
Do not use the oven door handle to move the
appliance, for example to remove it from the
packaging.
The appliance is in class 1 or class 2
subclass 1.
OK
IMPORTANT:
Any adjacent furniture must be able to
withstand high temperatures (min. 90°C).
If the appliance is to be installed near units,
leave the minimum gaps specified in
figure 7B .
The cooker must not be placed on a pedestal
NO
Fig. 8
Mod. EKM 10460 X (fig. 8A).
REG. MAX 15mm
Fig. 8A
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TO FIX THE COOKER TO THE REAR WALL
WARNING - For safety reasons and to prevent
tipping of the appliance, these stabilizing
means must be installed.
The cooker is equipped with 2 chains fixed
on each side at the rear of the cooker near
the top (see Fig. A).
The chains are fitted with “spring clips” which
must be clipped to the “screw eyes” provided
with the cooker. Install the “screw eyes” as
follows :
1. Drill four 6mm holes (position 1 - 2 - 3 - 4)
in the wall as in Fig. A.
2. Insert part “R” into the holes then screw
in the “screw eyes” part “G” see Fig. B.
Note: If the part provided is not suitable for
the wall material please use an appropriate
device to ensure secure holding
of the “screw eyes” to the wall.
3. Bring the cooker near the wall and clip the
chains on the “screw eyes” as in Fig. C.
IMPORTANT: If the cooker is moved for
any reason (e.g. maintenance) resulting
in the cooker being unclipped from the
wall, the cooker must be re-clipped to the
wall at the completion of the task.
76 mm
55 mm
55 mm
Position
2
Position
3
550 mm
chain
Position
1
Position
4
Fig. A
Fig. C
Fig. B
wall
wall
G
G
R
Hole
GAS CONNECTION
The gas and electricity connections and
any adjustments must be made by specia­
lised staff.
manufacturers warranty and lead to
prosecution under the above quoted
regulations.
This appliance shall be installed in accordance
whit the regulations in force and only in a wellventilated space. Read the instructions before
installing or using this appliance.
Provision for Ventilation
The room containing the cooker should have
an air supply in accordance with local
regulations.
Remember that the quantity of air necessary
for combustion must never be less than 2m3/h
for each kW of power (see total power in kW
on the appliance data plate see fig. 9 ).
IMPORTANT
We recommend to check wether the appliance
has been foreseen for the kind of gas
distributed. Conversion for use other gases
must only be undertaken by a qualified person.
For information for use on other gases contact
your local Service Centre. The cooker must
be installed by a qualified person, conforming
to local regulations. Failure to install the
appliance correctly could invalidate any
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Fig. 9
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Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations
It is the law that all gas appliances are installed
by competent persons in accordance with the
current edition of the Installation & Use
Regulations. It is in your interest and that of
safety to ensure compliance with the law.
In order to guarantee that the cooker works
safely and has a moderate energy
consumption and long service life, you must
ensure that the supply pressure corresponds
to the values given in table D.
If this is not the case, a special pressure
regulator must be fitted to the gas supply pipe
in accordance with the relevant standards.
The cooker must be connected to the gas
supply pipe such that the cooker is not
subjected to any kind of stress.
For UK:
This appliance must be installed by a qualified
electrician / competent person gas safe
register. Safety may be impaired if installation
is not carried out in accordance with these
instructions.
The appliance must be installed in accordance
with All relevant British Standards (latest
editions).
A special valve for routinely turning the gas
supply on/off must be installed between the
gas inlet tube to the room and the hob, in
order to cut off the gas supply after cooking
in the event of accidents during cooking. This
valve must be easily accessible at all times,
and should be closed during long periods of
no use.
Gas Connection
Prior to installation, ensure that the local
distribution conditions (nature of the gas and
gas pressure) and the adjustment conditions
are compatible. The adjustment conditions
for this appliance are stated on the rating plate
which can be found on the back cover. This
appliance is not designed to be connected to
a combustion products evacuation device.
Particular attention should be given to the
relevant requirements regarding ventilation.
Connection to the cooker should be made
with connection in accordance with local
regulations.
The gas tube must be routed in such a way
that it is not fed through hot areas and does
not come into contact with any hot parts of
the appliance, e.g. the underside of the hob.
Tube installation must be carried out in such
a way as to ensure that it runs freely and that
it cannot come into contact with or be bent
by any movable parts in the kitchen, e.g.
drawers.
The cookers can be set for supply both on
the right or lefthand side (fig 12). In this case
it is sufficient to reverse the position of the
cad nipple reducer. At the end make sure
than there is no leakage of gas.
1/2”
Warning: do not use flames to check any
gas leakages.
INLET
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GAS ADJUSTMENT
MINIMUM FLOW ADJUSTMENT FOR
COOKTOP TAPS
To adjust the minimum, proceed as follows:
switch the burner on, and turn the knob
towards the minimum flow position
.
Remove the knob from the tap, introduce a
small screwdriver in to the tap rod (fig. 15).
Attention: in taps with security valve, the
minimum adjustment screw “Z” is placed
outside the tap rod (fig. 16).
Always isolate the cooker from the electricity
supply, shut off the gas supply temporarily
and proceed as follows.
- change the injectors,
- adjust the minimum flow of the burners.
REPLACEMENT OF COOKTOP INJECTORS
To change the cooktop injectors, proceed as
follows: remove the grids, remove burners
and flame-spreaders (see fig. 13), change
the injector (see fig. 14 and replace it with
another one suitable for the new type of gas
(see table D).
Re-assemble everything in reverse order,
ensuring you position the flame-spreader
correctly.
Z
Fig. 15
Fig. 16
Loosen the adjustment screw in order to
increase the flow or tighten it to decrease the
flow.
The proper adjustment is obtained when the
flame is approximately 3 or 4 mm in length.
For butane/propane gas, the adjustment screw
must be fully screwed down.
Make sure that the flame does not go out
when passing quickly from the max. flow
to the minimum flow
.
Assemble the knob again.
Fig. 13
C
C
C = Injector triple crown
Fig. 14
TAB. D
GENERAL INJECTORS TABLE
Kind of gas mbar Nozzle Burners
Power KW
N°
max.
3,00
128 Rapid
NATURAL 20
101 Semi rapid
1,75
1,00
G 20
77 Auxiliary
141 Triple crown
3,80
BUTANE 28-30
G 30
PROPANE 37
G 31
87
66
50
96
Rapid
Semi rapid
Auxiliary
Triple crown
17
3,00
1,75
1,00
3,80
Cat. II 2H3+
GB
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains cable are coloured as
follows:
GREEN AND YELLOW .....EARTH
BLUE .................................NEUTRAL
BROWN.............................LIVE
This appliance must be installed by a
qualified person in accordance with the
latest IEE Regulations and in compliance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Check that the voltage is the same as that
stated on the rating plate. The rating plate is
located on the back cover.
REPLACING OF THE CABLE
If the cable becomes damaged or worn,
replace it, observing the following instructions:
- open the box of the supply board
(see fig. 16A);
- unscrew screw “A” that secures the cable;
- replace the cable with one of the same
length and which corresponds to the features
described in the table; switch the appliance
off, and shut the gas tap;
- connect the ‘green-yellow” earth wire to the
terminal “
“, leaving it approximately 10
mm longer than the live wire;
- connect the “blue” neutral wire to the terminal
marked “N”;
- connect the live wire to the terminal marked
“L”.
WARNING! THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED
If a fixed appliance is not equipped with supply
cable and plug, the power supply must be
fitted with a disconnect switch in which the
distance between contacts permits total
disconnection in accordance with overvoltage
category III, as required by installation
regulations.
We recommend that the cooker circuit is rated
to 20 amps.
Cable type HO5 RRF 3 X 2.5 mm2
Connecting the mains cable (fig. 16A).
Open the mains terminal block cover as
shown, unscrew screw “A” the cable clamp,
and loosen the screws in the mains terminal
block “L N E” which secure the three wires of
the mains cable. Fit the cable and refit screw
“A”, the cable clamp.
Allow sufficient cable length for the cooker to
be pulled out for cleaning, but do not let it
hang lower than 50mm (2”) from the floor.
The cable can be looped if necessary, but
make sure that it is not kinked or trapped
when the cooker is in position.
Fig. 16A
18
GB
APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE
WARNINGS
Isolate the cooker from the electricity supply
before attempting to replace the oven lamp.
The oven lamp is of a special type designed
to withstand high temperatures. To replace
it, proceed as follows: remove the protective
glass (A) and replace the burnt-out bulb with
one of the same type (fig. 18).
Re-fit the protective glass.
E 14
25 W - 230 V~
T300°C
A
Fig. 18
19
For your safety
The product should only be used for its
prescribed purpose, namely for domestic
cooking of foodstuffs.
Under no circumstances should any external
covers be removed for servicing or
maintenance except by suitably qualified
personnel.
ALWAYS
Always make sure you understand the controls
before using the cooker.
Always check that all controls on the cooker
are turned off after use.
Always stand back when opening an oven
door to allow heat to disperse.
Always use dry, good quality oven gloves
when removing items from the oven.
Always take care when removing items from
the oven, as they may be dangerously hot.
Always keep the oven doors closed when the
cooker is not in use.
Always place pans centrally over the burners
and position them so that the handles cannot
accidentally be caught or knocked or become
heated by other burners.
Always keep the cooker clean, as a build up
of grease or fat from cooking can cause a fire.
Always allow the cooker to cool before
cleaning.
Always follow the basic principles of food
handling and hygiene to prevent proliferation
of bacteria.
Always keep ventilation grilles free from
obstructions.
Always turn off the electricity before cleaning
or replacing an oven lamp.
NEVER
Never allow children near the cooker when in
use as all surfaces will become hot during and
after cooking.
Never allow anyone to sit or stand on any part
of the cooker.
Never heat up unopened food containers as
pressure can build up causing the container
to burst.
Never store chemicals, food stuffs, pressurised
containers in or on the cooker, or in cabinets
immediately above or next to the cooker.
Never fill a deep fat frying pan more than1/3
full of fat or oil and never use a lid with this
type of pan.
NEVER LEAVE PANS UNATTENDED WHILE
COOKING.
Never place flammable or plastic items on or
near the hob burners.
Never use proprietary spillage collectors on
the hob burners.
Never use the cooker for the purpose of
heating.
Never dry clothes or place other items over
or near to the hob burners or oven doors.
Never wear garments with long wide sleeves
whilst cooking.
Never place flammable materials in the oven
or the compartment below the oven.
Never allow fat or oil to build up in the oven
trays, grill pan or oven base.
Never place cooking utensils or plates on the
oven base.
Never grill food containing fat without using
the grill rack.
Never cover the grill rack with aluminium foil.
Never place hot enamel parts in water, leave
them to cool first.
Never allow vinegar, coffee, milk, saltwater,
lemon or tomato juice to remain in contact
with enamel parts (inside the oven and oven
trays).
Never use abrasive cleaners or powders since
these could scratch the surface of the stainless
steel and the enamel.
0051
Tip. Montagnani - Italy - cod. 537866 - B - 0309
GB
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