Electrolux EK5000 User Manual

Electrolux EK5000 User Manual
INSTRUCTION BOOK
GAS COOKER
50x50
Model: EK 5000
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CONTENTS
Instructions for the user
Instructions for the installer
Warnings
2
Advice for safety
15
Technical Features
4
Installation
16
Description of the appliance
5
Specification nozzles
19
Use of the appliance
6
Advice for use
10
Maintenance and clening
11
What to do if the appliance does not 13
work
Guarantee conditions
14
After sales service
14
How to read the instruction book ?
The symbols bellow will guide you when reading
the instruction book
Safety instructions
Description of operations step by step
Advice and recommendation
Information environment protection
1
WARNINGS
It is very important that this instruction book
should be kept safety for future consultation.
If it should be sold or given to another
person, please ensure that the booklet goes
together with it, so that the new owner can
know the functions of the machine and also
be aware of the warnings.
This warnings has been given for your and
others safety.
• This appliance has been designed for
use by adults. Take care therefore, that
children do not attempt to play with it.
• When receiving the appliance, unpack it
on the spot. Check the general aspect of
the appliance.
•
Your appliance is intended only for
normal household use. Never use it for
other purposes, as commercial or
industrial.
• It is dangerous to modify, or attempt to
modify, the characteristics of this
appliance.
• On first use, heat the oven empty in
order to eliminate the unpleasant smells
of the thermal insulation of the oven and
residual grease used in manufacturing.
- Lift the cover.
- Remove the accessories in the oven.
- Remove all type of stickers and plastic
protection.
- Heat the oven for about 45 min, knob on
maximum position. During this operation the
appliance with smoke, air the kitchen for
eliminating the swells and the smoke. The
accessories too, should be washed before
the first use.
The use of a gas cooking appliance
produces, heat and humidity in the room in
which it is installed. Ensure good ventilation
of the room keeping natural ventilation
openings clear or installing a mechanic
ventilating device.
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An intensive and prolonged use of the
cooker could necessitate a supplementary
airing by opening the window, or a more
effective ventilation by increasing the
mechanical device power, if there is.
• In case you use electric appliances near
the cooker (for instance an electric mixer)
the cables should not come into touch
with the hot parts of the cooker or
fastened by the oven door of the cooker.
• Supervise when frying in oil or greys
(chips…), hot greys ran cause fires
easily.
• Unstable or deformed pans should not be
placed on the burners in order to avoid
accidents caused by upsetting or boiling
over.
• Never pule the appliance by the oven
handle. Beside the accessories in the
oven you can use only heat-proof pans
(see instructions of the manufacturers).
• Do not put products for cleaning or
inflammable material in the drawer (if
your cooker has one) or near the cooker.
• On the open oven door never put :
- heavy things,
- ensure that children do not climb up or
sit on it.
• Always use gloves to remove dishes from
oven or when you come close to the hot
elements of the cooker.
• Do not cover the bottom of the appliance
with aluminium foil, over heating causes
damaging of the enamel,
• Never use the dripping pan as roasting
tray,
• In order to avoid damage of knobs do not
have opened the oven door when it works
or it is still hot.
The flame of the burner has to be smooth.
Avoid draught. If the flame is not regular
clean the burner and if the anomaly persists
call your after sales service.
• After use of your gas cooker ensure that a
the knobs are on “Off” position.
• Do not leave anything (cloths, aluminium
foil, etc.) on the hob when using the
burners,
• Always clean the cover before closing,
• When the oven is in use the cover has to
be opened,
• Leave the oven and the hob cool before
closing otherwise the cover could
deteriorate,
• Never use propane bottle (cylinder) in
your kitchen or in a closed room,
• Do not allow children near the cooker
when it is in use, for avoiding touch of
hot surfaces, overturning of pots,
• Ensure that children do not handle the
knobs of the appliance,
• Before
cleaning
disconnect
the
appliance and allow to cool,
• For reasons of good culinary results,
hygiene and safety this appliance must
always be kept clean, the fat sprinklers
could give off unpleasant smells,
• Clean your cooker after each use for
guaranteeing a right functioning,
• Never use steam or high pressure
appliances for cleaning the oven.
Environment protection
are
All materials marked by the symbol
recycling. Store them in places especially
foreseen for this purpose (inform yourself at
the services of your area) for recovery and
recycling.
In case of functioning anomalies it is the
after sales service of your dealer the first to
intervene. In case of moving to another
place, closing of the shop, contact the
nearest Consumers Service (Authorised
Services Center) who will give you the
address of an after sales service.
In case of intervention on your appliance
ask your after sales service only the
spare parts certified by the Manufacturer.
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Installation
• The work of installation must be carried
out by a qualified installer.
• During installation or any intervention,
disconnect the appliance.
• The repairs have to be done only by after
sales qualified services.
• Non conforming repair could cause
serious damage.
• Before using and installing this
appliance, it is important to read carefully
all the instructions.
• Thank you for your attention.
We decline our responsibility for
possible damages resulting from bad
use and non-observing of safety rules in
force. Do observe strictly the cleaning
and maintenance instructions.
TECHNICAL FEATURES
Free standing
Hob
Classe 1
Cover
Pan support
Front right
Back right
Front left
Back left
Oven
Oven
Over burner power
Accessories
Oven grate - nickled steel
Roasting tray - enamelled steel
Dimensions
Height
Breadth
Depth
This appliance complies with the
following EEC Directives :
90/683 ;
73/23
(Low
Voltage
Directive)
and
subsequent
modifications,
90/396 (Gas Appliance Directive)
93/68 (General Directives) and
subsequent modifications.
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Enamelled
Enamelled
Rapid
Auxiliary
Semirapid
Semirapid
2,6kW
1,0kW
2,0kW
2,0kW
gas
3,2 kW
840 mm
500 mm
500 mm
DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
Control panel
Model : EK 5000
OVEN
GAS
GAS
GAS
GAS
EK 5000
OVEN
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
FRONT LEFT
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
BACK LEFT
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
BACK RIGHT
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
FRONT RIGHT
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
Hob
2000W
2
3
1
4
2000W
1. Front left burner (semi-rapid)
2. Back left burner (semi-rapid)
5
1000W
2600W
3. Back right burner (auxiliary)
4. Front right burner (rapid)
USE OF THE APPLIANCE
1. GAS OVEN
Before the first use ensure that the
room is well ventilated: V.M.C.
(Mechanic ventilation) or opened
window.
How to proceed ?
1. Lift the lid
2. Remove the oven accessories
3. Detach the adhesive labels, the foil
protection if there is
4. The oven burner hase a safety tap. In
case the flame dies out the safety tap
stops the gas supply.
Clean the accessorie(s) with
detergent. Rinse and dry carefully.
a
soft
During cooking in the oven the
oven door is hot. Take care that
children do not play near it.
When using the oven the cover
has to be opened to avoid overheating.
Use
The oven can be used in traditional cooking
or for grilling, but not simultaneously.
The cooker features a thermocouple; if for
any reason the flame should extinguish, the
device will stop the gas flow.
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The oven can be used for traditional
cooking, or for grilling, but not both
functions simultaneously.
The symbol on the knob corresponds to
the symbol on the control panel.
Off
“ ”
“ ”
Maximum level
Minimum level
Ignition
GAS
1. Open the oven door.
2. Lift the small lid on the bottom of the
cavity, push and turn the control knob
to the left to position maximum (fig. 1),
maintain it pressed even after bringing
near the flame (fig. 2),
3. Release the knob after 10 seconds
and check that the burner is ignited
through the holes in the bottom lid.
If for any reason the flame should
extinguish turn down the relevant knob and
re-ignit it only after 1 minute at least.
fig. 1
4. Close the oven door
5. Preheat the oven for 10 min. on
maximum setting, than turn the knob to the
desired position.
Do not place cookware or foil
directly on the oven base.
fig. 2
Extinguishing of oven burner
Turn the knob clockwise to mark «
safety device is in place.
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». The
2. THE HOB BURNERS
The knobs for using the gas cooker are
found on the control panel. The regulation
knobs should be turned in anticlockwise
direction until the small flame symbol, and
vice-versa for the larger symbol.
To the symbol on the knob corresponds a
symbol on the control panel (fig. 3).
OVEN
Off
Maximum level
Minimum level
Do not close the cover till the plate is
hot, the cover could be damaged.
fig. 3
IGNITION:
To ignite a burner, before positioning the
saucepan, approach the burner with a
flame, push the corresponding knob in
completely and turn in an anticlockwise
direction to the maximum position.
Use the maximum level for boiling and the
minimum for smothering and maintaining
boiling.
Choose always positions between the
minimum and maximum, never between
maximum and off.
Extinguishing of burners
Turn the knob clockwise to mark «
safety device is in place.
». The
How to chose the burner
Above every knob there is a symbol for the
corresponding burner.
For better cooking results, always chose pans
which properly fit to the diameter of the burner
used (fig. 4).
We advise to lower the flame as soon as the
liquid starts boiling.
For a right ignition keep the burner ring and
the sparklers always clean.
The following diameters containers can be
used:
rapid burner 2,60kW – min. 180 mm
semi-rapid burner 2,00kW – min. 120 mm
auxiliary burner 1,00kW – min. 80 mm
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Good use
Bad use
(Power waste)
fig. 4
3. Accessories delivered with the
appliance
Beside the accessories delivered with the
appliance we advise you to use only heat
proof pots (according to the instructions of the
manufacturer).
Your cooker is equipped with (fig. 5):
•
a grate, pan support for putting the dishes
on (roast, pastry moulds …)
• a roasting tray-enamelled steel
It is used to collect juice when cooking in it,
place it on the shelf 2.
The dish has to be put in the middle of the
grate to balance the weight.
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fig. 5
ADVICE FOR USE
Oven cooking
• Turn off your oven 5 minutes before the
foreseen cooking time you will save
power, the accumulated heat will allow
to end cooking;
• The thickness, the conductibility and the
color of pot influences the culinary
results;
• When cooking, certain dishes increase
in volume, choose the pot so that above
the raw mixture remain enough place;
• For preventing fat dripping when
roasting use tall rim pans proportional to
the piece to be roasted;
• Prick the skin of poultry and the
sausage with a fork before cooking to
avoid its blowing up;
• Between the dish and the oven grid
could be put an aluminium foil but not
covering all the grid;
• Use glass heat resisting pans for crispy
and soufflés;
• Add some fat before finishing the
cooking.
Never line any part of the oven with
aluminium foil. It would result in an
accumulation of heat which might
damage the cooking results and also
damage the enamel.
The cover has to be opened when using
the oven.
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Influence of the pots on oven cooking
results
You have to know that:
• The aluminium, the terracotta pots
diminish the browning bellow and
maintains the humidity of the meals. We
advice to use it for pastry, roast meat.
• The enameled cast iron, the tinned pots,
the glass and the heat-proof porcelain,
the pots with non-sticky interior and
colored exterior, increase the browning
bellow and dries the meals. We suggest
to use them for pies and all other crispy
cooking that has to be colored bellow
and above.
Cooking on the hob
Choose always the right pot, proportional to
the burner used.
In case you use a large bottom pot, put it
slight backwards on the plate, so that its
bottom should not outrun the front of the
enameled hob, thus avoiding flame
exceeding and overheating of front panel.
Before covering make sure the hob
is cooled, otherwise the cover could be
damaged.
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Before cleaning, check that the
knobs are on “off” position, that the
appliance has cooled completely and
that it is disconnected.
Never use abrasive powder or wire
sponge for cleaning the appliance.
Burners
Clean the covers with warm water and mild
detergent, remove all crust.
Never use vinegar.
The flame splitters have to be kept clean for
ensuring good ignition.
Before igniting make sure the flame splitter
and the caps are properly replaced.
The assembly has to be perfectly dry.
Control panel, knobs, enameled pan
support, cover, front and side panels
For cleaning them use a wet sponge with a
soft detergent, rinse and dry.
Oven Cavity
The enameled oven cavity is best cleaned
whilst the oven is still warm.
Wipe the oven over with a soft cloth soaked
in warm soapy water after each use. From
time to time it will be necessary to do a
more thorough cleaning, using a proprietary
oven cleaner.
Hob
After every use wipe it with a sponge
soaked in warm detergent water, avoiding
leakage through the wholes of the hob.
Rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
In case of overflowing, wet and leave it
dissolving but do not scratch and avoid use
of abrasive or caustic products that could
damage the enamel.
Wipe immediately the stains of vinegar,
lemon, generally the acid substances.
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Oven
Enamelled parts: Same cleaning as other
enamelled parts.
Oven door cleaning
For a complete cleaning of the oven door it
is advisable to dismantle as follows:
-open the door completely (fig. 6)
-turn the two blocking parts on the hinges
arms 60º.
fig. 6
-close partially the door, to a 30º angle
(fig.7).
-lift the door and pull it out.
fig. 7
The internal oven door glass can be
removed for cleaning. For this purpose draw
out the 2 fixing screws (fig.8).
Important: The inner glass has to be
always in place when using the oven.
Cleaning of the accessories.
Clean them with warm water and detergent,
rinse well and dry.
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fig. 8
WHAT TO DO IF THE APPLIANCE DOES NOT WORK
If the appliance does not work properly, check the following points before asking for service;
there could be simple problems that you could remedy by yourself; if not, contact your after
sales service.
Symptoms
Solutions
No burner ignites
Check that:
• gas supply is completely open;
• the position of gas pipe is right;
• the gas cylinder or the tank is not empty.
The burner do not ignite
Check that:
• the burner is in its right place;
• the burner is not wet.
Cooking results are not satisfactory
Check that:
• the cooking time is not adapted;
• the grill is placed correctly in the oven.
Check that:
• the oven does not need cleaning;
• the meal does not overflow;
• there is no excessive fat/juice projection
on the oven sides.
The oven smokes
Rating Plate
The rating plate is fixed at the back of the appliance. When you call your After Sales Service,
you have to specify the model, the product number and the serial number of the appliance.
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GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
Guarantee stipulated in the contract
1 year starting from setting into function the
manufacturer will replace the damaged
parts except the cases mentioned in chapter
“Reserves”.
Conditions for applying
For applying this guarantee you have to
direct to the distributor who sold you the
appliance and submit to him your
Guarantee Certificate. The dealer will or will
not overtake the expenses for the labor and
transport in accordance with their sales
conditions.
Reserves:
We draw your attention on the fact that the
guarantee will not be applied:
• if the damages are due to shock ,
abnominal power variation, etc., or nonobserving of the installation and use
conditions stipulated in the Instruction
book, wrong handling, negligence or
wrong, installation non-conforming to the
rules imposed by the power, water, gas
distributor;
• if the user modified the material or took
off the marking or the serial numbers;
• if the person who made the repairing is
not certified by the manufacturer or the
dealer;
• if the appliance was used for
commercial or industrial purpose or
other household purposes than what it
was conceived for;
• if the appliance was bought or repaired
outside cantry territory
AFTER SALES SERVICE
Any repair work that needs to be carried out
should be done with the utmost care and
attention. For this reason we recommend
that for any problem you contact the dealer
who sold it to you.
In case of moving to another place, closing
of the shop, contact the nearest Consumers
Service (Authorized Service Center) who
will give you the address of an After Sales
Service.
In case of intervention on your appliance
ask your after sales service only spare
parts certified by the Manufacturer.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
ADVICE FOR SAFETY
•
•
•
•
•
Before installation ensure that the local
distribution conditions (gas nature and
pressure) and the pre-setting of the
appliance are consistent;
This appliance must be installed only in
a room with good ventilation;
The adjusting conditions of this
appliance are mentioned on the rating
plate;
This appliance is not connected to a flue
gas exhaust device. It has to be
installed and connected in accordance
with the rules in force. Special attention
should be granted to the applicable
disposal concerning ventilation;
The neighbouring furniture panels has to
be heat proof or protected by such
material.
Connection to gas main
• Check that the counter flow and the
diameter of piping are enough to supply
all the appliances of the installation
(take counsel with the gas distribution
company);
• Check that all connections are tight;
• Install an accessible and visible barrage
tap;
• If you use a flexible pipe it has to be
easily inspected all along and must not
pass behind the appliance;
• Change the flexible pipe little before it’s
expire date stamped on it.
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Installation and maintenance have to be
made by a qualified person in accordance
with the regulations in force, which are:
We deny any responsibility in cases of
accidents or incidents caused lack of
grounding or missgrounding.
INSTALLATION
Placement
Remove the plastic packaging and install
the cooker in a dry, ventilated room (fig. 9)
not near curtains, paper, alcohol, petrol,
etc…)
The appliance has to be set on a heatproof
soil.
55 cm
69 cm
This appliance belongs to class “1” in
matters of protection against overheating of
surrounding surfaces.
It is mandatory to keep 2 cm distance to the
furniture walls.
The furniture cannot be taller then the
cooker hot plate.
Ventilation
Gas combustion is possible due to the
oxygen in the air (2 m3 air/h x kW installed
power – check the rating panel of the
cooker).
It is necessary to renew the air and that the
combustion products be discharged.
The air flow must come directly through
openings of external walls having a free
passage of at least 100 cm2.
These openings should be realized
preferably positioned near the floor,
opposite
the
combustion
products
discharge. It should not be occluded both
from inside and outside.
16
2 cm
fig. 9
2 cm
Gas connection
Your cooker is delivered adjusted for the
kind of gas stated on the rating plate.
For
best
efficiency,
lowest
consumption and a longer length of life of
your cooker, the manifold gas pressure has
to respect the values shown in table no. 1
The appliance is supplied with Butane or
Propane gas check that from the pressure
regulator, the pressure for Butane is 28-30
mbar and for Propane 37 mbar.
1. For cylinder butane propane gas:
•
•
•
We advise you to use flexible pipe
according to the national rule in force of
minimum 1 m; this length is chosen
depending on the position of the
connection to the gas supply;
For the old butane installations you can
use a flexible rubber pipe of max 1,5 m
and 6 mm diameter, mounted with the
special butane holder ;
Fix it well by means of a collar for each
end.
For buying the pipe
•
•
Flexible rubber hose: it has to be
marked NF GAS
Flexible pipe: according to standard NF
D 36 121, or NF D 103, or NF D 36 107
Electrical connection
Important
In any connection way the appliance
has to be grounded, in accordance with
the national rules in force and with
standard NFC 15 100. We decline any
responsibility in case of accidents due to
no grounding or wrong grounding.
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Fitting
Holder
butane
Flexible
rubber
Necklace
Fuse capacity: 16A
Note:
Check on the rating plate the value for the
total connection power for establishing the
fuse power.
In case of a direct connection to the mains
you have to interpose an omnipolar switch a
minimum opening between contacts of 3
mm.
The yellow-green grounding cable has not
to be interrupted by the switch.
The supply cord must be positioned in such
a way as it does not reach in any point a
temperature higher by 50˚C than the room
temperature.
Before connecting check that:
•
fuse and household electric installation
can bear the charge of the appliance
(see rating plate);
•
The socket or the omnipolar switch used
for connection is easily reachable when
the appliance is installed.
How to proceed?
•
•
•
•
Unscrew and remove the protective
cover at the back of the appliance;
Fix by means of cable clamp;
Make sure that the connection to the
terminal is matching the network power;
Remount and screw the protective cover
at the back of the appliance.
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SPECIFICATION NOZZLES NO. 1
(Cat : I 3+)
Normal
power
(Kw)
Reduced
power
(Kw)
RAPID
2,60
0,72
SEMIRAPID
2,00
0,43
AUXILIARY
1,00
0,35
OVEN
3,20
1,00
Burner
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Gas type
Butane G30
Propane G31
Butane G30
Propane G31
Butane G30
Propane G31
Butane G30
Propane G31
Pressure Nozzle
(mbar) diameter
28-30
37
28-30
37
28-30
37
28-30
37
0,86
0,86
0,71
0,71
0,50
0,50
0,88
0,88
Cons.
(g/h)
188,8
145,2
72,6
232,4
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