Whirlpool KP9F96S(X)/EX User guide

Whirlpool KP9F96S(X)/EX User guide
Operating Instructions
COOKER
Contents
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English, 1
Installation, 2-5
Positioning
Electrical connection
Disposal
Burner and nozzle specifications
Data plate
Description of the appliance, 6
Overall view
Start-up and use, 7-10
Hob operation
Multi-function oven
Cooking tips
Cooking programmer, 11
KP9F96S /EX
Precautions and tips, 12
Practical advice on using the appliance
General safety
Care and maintenance, 13
Switching the appliance off
Cleaning the appliance
Changing the oven light bulb
Disassembling the oven door
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Installation
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! Before operating your new appliance please read
this instruction booklet carefully. It contains important
information concerning the safe operation, installation
and maintenance of the appliance.
! Please keep these operating instructions for future
reference. Pass them on to possible new owners of the
appliance.
The following instructions are provided for qualified
installers so that they may accomplish installation,
adjustment and technical maintenance operations
correctly and in compliance with current regulations
and standards.
Important: the appliance should be disconnected
from the mains electricity supply before any
adjustment, maintenance, etc. is carried out.
Maximum caution should be used should it be
necessary to keep the appliance connected to the
electricity supply.
The appliance has the following technical
specifications:
Category: II 2H3+
Positioning
The dimensions of the appliance are given in the
figure. For trouble-free operation of appliances
installed in housing units, the minimum distances
shown in figure should be observed. Adjacent
surfaces and the wall at the rear should also be able
to withstand an overheating temperature of 65 °C.
Standards Codes Of Practice: B.S. 6172/B.S. 5440,
Par. 2 and B.S. 6891 Current Editions. The following
requirements must be observed:
a) The cooker should not be installed in a bed sitting
room with a volume of less than 20m3. If it is
installed in a room of volume less than 5m3 an air
vent of effective area of 110cm2 is required, if it is
installed in a room of volume between 5m3 and
10m3 a supplementary airvent area of 50cm2 is
required, if the volume exceeds 11m3 no airvent is
required. However, if the room has a door or a
window which opens directly to the outside no air
vent is required even when the volume is between
5m3 and 11m3.
b) During prolonged use of the appliance you may
consider it necessary to open a window to the
outside to improve ventilation.
c) If there are other fuel burning appliances in the
same room, B.S.5440 Part 2 Current Edition, should,
be consulted to determine the requisite air vent
requirements.
Kitchen ventilation
The air flow into the room where the appliance is
installed must equal the quantity of air that is required
for regular combustion of the gas and for ventilating
the same room. Air must enter naturally through
permanent apertures made in the outside walls of the
room or through single or branching collective
ventilation ducts in compliance with the norms. The air
must be taken directly from the outside, from an area
far from sources of pollution. The ventilation aperture
must have the following characteristics:
• total free cross section of passage of at least 6 cm²
for every kW of rated heating capacity of the
appliance, with a minimum of 100 cm² (the heating
capacity is indicated on the rating plate);
• it must be made in such a way that the aperture,
both on the inside and outside of the wall, cannot
be obstructed;
• it must be protected, e.g. with grates, wire mesh,
etc. in such a way that the above-mentioned free
section is not reduced;
• it must be situated as near to floor level as possible.
Adjacent
Room
Room to be
Vented
A
In the lower part of the cooker there are 4 height
adjustable screw-in feet with which it is possible to
level the cooker if necessary.
Important: this unit may be installed and used only in
permanently ventilated rooms according to the British
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Examples of ventilation holes
for comburant air.
Enlarging the ventilation slot
between window and floor.
The air inflow may also be obtained from an adjoining
room, provided the latter is not a bedroom or a room
where there is a risk of fire, such as warehouses,
garages, fuel stores, etc. and is ventilated in
compliance with the norms. The air flow from the
adjoining room to the one to be ventilated may pass
freely through permanent apertures with a cross
section at least equal to that indicated above. These
apertures may also be obtained by increasing the gap
between the door and the floor. If an electric fan is
used for extracting the combustion products, the
ventilation aperture must be increased in relation to its
maximum performance. The electric fan should have a
sufficient capacity to guarantee an hourly exchange of
air equal to 3 ÷ 5 times the volume of the kitchen.
Prolonged, intensive use of the appliance may require
extra ventilation, e.g. an open window or a more
efficient ventilation system by increasing the extraction
power of the electric fan if installed. Liquid petroleum
gas descends towards the floor as it is heavier than
air. Apertures in the outside walls in rooms containing
LPG cylinders should therefore be at floor level, in
order to allow any gas from leaks to be expelled. Do
not store LPG cylinders (even when empty) in
basements or rooms below ground level; it is
advisable to keep only the cylinder in use in the room
at any one time and connected far from heat sources
which could raise its temperature to above 50 °C.
Gas supply
• Check that the appliance is set for the type of gas
available and then connect it to the mains gas
piping or the gas cylinder in compliance with the
applicable norms in force.
• This appliance is designed and set to work with the
gas indicated on the label situated on the actual
hob. If the gas supply is different from the type for
which the appliance has been set, replace the
corresponding nozzles (provided), following the
instructions given in the paragraph "Adaptation to
different types of gas".
• For trouble-free operation, suitable use of energy
and a longer life cycle for the appliance, make sure
that the supply pressure complies with the values
indicated in table 1 "Burner and nozzle
specifications", otherwise install a special pressure
regulator on the supply pipe in compliance with
current standards and regulations.
• Connect in such a way that the appliance is
subjected to no strain whatsoever.
Either a rigid metal pipe
with fittings in
compliance with the
standards in force must
be used for connecting
to the nipple union
(threaded ½"G male
fitting) situated at the
rear of the appliance to
the right, or flexible steel
pipe in compliance with
the standards in force, which must not exceed 2000
mm in length.
Should it be necessary to turn the fitting, the gasket
(supplied with the appliance) must be replaced. Upon
completion of installation, check the gas circuit, the
internal connections and the taps for leaks using a
soapy solution (never a flame).
Also check that the connecting pipe cannot come into
contact with moving parts which could damage or
crush it.
Make sure that the natural gas pipe is adequate for a
sufficient supply to the appliance when all the burners
are lit Important: A pressure regulator, in compliance
with the standards in force, must be inserted when
connecting to a liquid gas supply (in a cylinder).
Adapting to different types of gas
To adapt the hob to a different type of gas from the
factory-set one (indicated on the rating plate at the top
of the hood or on the packaging), the burner nozzles
should be replaced as follows:
• Remove the hob grids and slide the burners off their
seats.
• Unscrew the nozzles
(see figure), using a 7
mm socket spanner
and replace them with
nozzles for the new
type of gas (see table
1 "Burner and nozzle
A
characteristics").
Reassemble the parts
following the above
procedure in the
reverse order.
• On completing the operation, replace the old rating
label with the one showing the new type of gas; the
sticker is available from our Service Centres.
Adjusting the primary air of the burners The primary
air of the burners does not need to be adjusted.
Adjusting the low flame
• Turn the tap to the low flame position;
• Remove the knob and
turn the adjusting
screw, situated to the
right of the tap (see
figure) until you obtain
a regular small flame,
using a screwdriver
(loosening the screw
increases the height
of the flame,
tightening decreases
it).
N.B.: In the case of liquid gas, the regulation
screw must be screwed in all the way.
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• Having obtained the low flame setting required
and with the burner lit, abruptly change the
position of the knob several times from minimum
to maximum and vice versa and check that the
flame does not go out.
• In appliances fitted with the safety device
(thermocouple), should the device fail to work with the
burners set to the low flame setting, increase the low
flame setting of the same on the adjusting screw.
Once the adjustment has been made, remount the
seals on the by-passes using sealing wax or similar.
Electrical connection
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
Important: the wires in the mains lead are coloured
in accordance with the following code:
Green & Yellow
Blue
Brown
- Earth
- Neutral
- Live
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
Connect the Green & Yellow wire to terminal marked
or coloured Green or Green & Yellow.
“E” or
Connect the Brown wire to the terminal marked “L” or
coloured Red.
Connect the Blue wire to the terminal marked “N” or
coloured Black.
The appliance is designed to work with alternating
current at the supply voltage and frequency indicated
on the rating plate (situated on the rear part of the
appliance and on the last page of the instruction
booklet) or at the end of the instruction booklet. Make
sure that the local supply voltage corresponds to the
voltage indicated on the rating plate.
Replacing the cable
Use a rubber cable of the type H05VV-F with a
suitable cross section 3 x 1.5 mm².
The yellow-green earth wire must be 2-3 cm longer
than the other wires.
ATTENTION: This appliance has a maximum power
exeeding 3kW; it is therefore necessary for it to be
connected to a socket able to support a rated
current higher than 13A (the appliance rated
current is 15A). Connecting the supply cable to the
mains electricity supply A 13. A plug in compliance
whit BS 1362 is not suitable.
Disposal
To connect directly to the mains supply, a double-pole
switch with a contact separation of at least 3 mm
suitable for the load and complying with current
standards and regulations, must be fitted between the
appliance and the mains supply outlet. The yellowgreen earth wire must not be interrupted by the switch.
The supply cable must be in such a position that no
part of it can reach a temperature of 50 °C above
room temperature. Do not use adapters or shunts as
they could cause heating or burning. Before
connecting to the power supply, make sure that:
• the limiter valve and the domestic system can
withstand the load from the appliance (see rating
plate);
• the supply system is efficiently earthed according to
standards and laws in force;
• the socket or double-pole switch are easily
accessible when the appliance is installed.
FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE ACCIDENT-PREVENTION
REGULATIONS RELIEVES THE MANUFACTURER OF
ALL LIABILITY.
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• When disposing of packaging material: observe
local legislation so that the packaging may be
reused.
• The European Directive 2002/96/EC relating to
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
states that household appliances should not be
disposed of using the normal solid urban waste
cycle. Exhausted appliances should be collected
separately in order to optimise the cost of re-using
and recycling the materials inside the machine,
while preventing potential damage to the
atmosphere and to public health. The crossed-out
dustbin is marked on all products to remind the
owner of their obligations regarding separated
waste collection.
For further information relating to the correct
disposal of exhausted household appliances,
owners may contact the public service provided or
their local dealer.
Burner and nozzle specifications
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Table 1
Burner
Liquid Gas
Diameter Thermal Power By-pa(mm)
kW (p.c.s.*)
ss
1/100
(mm)
Nom.
Red.
Natural Gas
Nozzle
1/100
Flow*
g/h
Nozzler
1/100
(mm)
G30/31
(mm)
Flow*
l/h
Fast
(Large) (R)
100
3.00
0.7
40
86
218
116
286
Semi Fast
(Medium) (S)
75
1.65
0.4
30
64
120
96
157
Auxiliary
(Small) (A)
55
1.00
0.4
30
50
73
71
95
Triple Crown (TC)
130
3.25
1.3
57
91
236
124
309
Supply pressures
Nominal (mbar)
Minimum (mbar)
Maximum (mbar)
* At 15°C and 1013 mbar-dry gas
Propane G31
H.s. = 50,37 MJ/kg
Butane G30
H.s. = 49,47 MJ/kg
Methane G20
H.s. = 37,78 MJ/m3
28-30
20
35
20
17
25
DATA PLATE
Dimensions
Breite 43,5 cm
Höhe 32 cm
Tiefe 41,5 cm
Volumen
Liter 53
Electrical
connections
voltage: 230V ~ 50Hz maximum
power absorbed 2850W
Directive 2002/40/EC on the label
of electric ovens Norm EN 50304
ENERGY LABEL
Energy consumption for Natural
convection:
heating mode: Convectional
Declared energy consumption for
Forced convection Class:
heating mode: Fast cooking
This appliance conforms to the
following European Economic
Community directives:
2006/95/EEC of 12/12/06 (Low
Voltage) and subsequent
amendments;
- 89/336/EEC of 03/05/89
(Electromagnetic Compatibility)
and subsequent amendments;
- 93/68/EEC of 22/07/93 and
subsequent amendments.
- 2002/96/EC
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Description
of the appliance
Overall view
SUPPORT GRID
SEMI-RAPID GAS BURNER
RAPID
TRIPLE RING GAS BURNER
SEMI-RAPID GAS BURNER
PAN REDUCING
SUPPORT
AUXILIARY
GAS BURNER
CONTROL KNOBS
FOR GAS BURNERS
COOKING
PROGRAMMER
IGNITION PUSHBUTTON FOR GAS BURNERS
ELECTRIC OVEN THERMOSTAT KNOB (temperature selection)
ELECTRIC OVEN SELECTOR KNOB (cooking function selection)
ELECTRIC OVEN OPERATION INDICATOR LIGHT
20
mm
Ignition for
GAS BURNERS *
SAFETY DEVICES *
* Only available on certain models.
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120 - 180 mm
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Start-up and use
Hob operation
The burners are fitted with automatic ignition and a
thermocouple safety device, which automatically cuts
off the gas from the burner in a few seconds if the
flame accidentally goes out during operation.
The burners differ in size and power. Choose the most
appropriate one for the diameter of the cookware
being used.
Each burner can be regulated with the corresonding
control knob by using one of the following settings:
Using the burners:
To obtain maximum efficiency from the burners, it is
advisable to only use pans with a diameter suitable for
the burner being used, so that the flame does not
extend beyond the pan base (see following table).
When a liquid starts boiling, it is advisable to turn the
flame down just enough to keep the liquid simmering.
Burner
ø Cookware Diameter (cm)
Fast (R)
24 - 26
Semi Fast (S)
16 - 20
High flame
Auxiliary (A)
10 - 14
Low flame
Triple Crown (TC)
24 - 26
Off
The symbols
n
near the knobs show the position of
the relative burner on the hob.
The hob is fitted with reducing pan stands, which
should only be used on auxiliary burner "A".
To ignite a burner, proceed as follows:
• turn the relative knob counter-clockwise until the
pointer is on the high-flame symbol;
• press the knob down fully and activate the
automatic gas ignition by pushing at the same time
the button marked with the symbol ;
• keep the knob pressed down for about 10 seconds
with the flame lit to allow the safety thermocouple to
be heated;
• release the knob, checking that the flame is stable.
If it is not, repeat the operation.
For minimum power, turn the knob towards the low
flame symbol. Intermediate positions are possible by
simply putting the knob anywhere between the high
and the low flame symbol.
To turn off the burner, turn the knob clockwise to the
off position " " .
Important:
• Do not activate the automatic ignition device for
more than 15 consecutive seconds.
• Difficulty in ignition is sometimes due to air inside
the gas duct.
• If a burner flame accidentally goes out, the gas
continues to exit for a few moments before the
safety device activates. Turn the control knob to the
off position and do not attempt ignition again for at
least 1 minute, thereby letting the gas disperse,
which could otherwise be a danger.
• When the appliance is not in operation, check that
the knobs are in the off position " " . The main gas
supply cut-off cock should also be closed.
MULTI-FUNCTION OVEN
The oven offers nine combinations of heating
elements; so the most suitable combination may
therefore be chosen for each dish, with convincing
results.
By turning the selector knob marked with the symbol
, different cooking modes are obtained, as shown
in the following table:
Symbol
0
Function
0) Off
Power
-
1) Top + Bottom heating
elements
2350 W
2) Bottom heating element
1300 W
3) Top heating element
1050 W
4) Grill heating element
2000 W
5) Maxigrill (Top + Grill eating
elements)
6) Maxigrill (Top + Grill heating
elements) + fan
3050 W
3100 W
7) Bottom heating element+fan
1350 W
8) Rear round heating element +
Fan
2850 W
9) Fast defrosting
50 W
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After having selected the heat source, put the
thermostat knob (marked with the symbol
the temperature required.
) onto
• For traditional cooking (roasts, biscuits, etc.) in
conventional mode use the
mode (hot above +
below).
Only put the food to be cooked into the oven when
it has reached the selected temperature and
preferably use just one shelf for cooking.
To provide heat only to the bottom or the top part
of the dishes, turn the selector to the position
(hot below) or
(hot above);
(fan assisted)mode heat is
• With this
transmitted to the food through pre-heated air
made to circulate inside the oven by a fan. The
oven heats up very quickly so the food to be
cooked may be put into the oven as soon as it is
switched on. Cooking is also possible
simultaneously on two shelves.
uses no heating
• The “fast defrosting“ function
elements, just the oven light and the fan.
• Grill operation: a high heat output is used for
grilling, so that the surface of the food is
immediately browned; this is particularly indicated
for meats which should remain tender on the
inside.
To grill, turn the selector knob to one of these
(grill),
(maxigrill),
(maxigrill +
positions:
fan).
During grilling, do not set the thermostat knob to
above 200°C and keep the oven door closed.
Spit - Rotisserie
Insert the meat to be cooked along the length of the
spit rod, securing it with the special adjustable forks
(see figure).
Introduce the supports “A” and “B” (see figure) into
the holes in the drip tray “E”, rest the rod groove on
the seat “C” and insert the oven rack into the lowest
guide of the oven; now insert the spit rod into the
relative hole, moving the groove forward into seat “D” .
Start the rotisserie by turning the selector knob to one
of the following positions:
(maxigrill + fan).
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(grill),
(maxigrill),
Oven light
The oven light comes on automatically when the
selector knob
is turned to any of its positions.
Indicator light
It indicates that the oven is heating up. When the
light goes out, the required temperature has been
reached inside the oven.
When the light alternately comes on and goes out, it
means that the thermostat is working properly to
maintain the oven temperature.
Cooking tips
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Cooking times may vary according to the nature of the foods, their homogeneity and their volume. When
cooking a certain food for the first time, it is advisable to choose the lowest values in the cooking time range
given in the table and then increase them if necessary.
CONVENTIONAL oven cooking
Type of dish
Temperature °C
Cooking time
(minutes)
Pastries and cakes
Fruit pie
Meringues
Sponge cake
Angel cake
Madeira cake
Chocolate cake
Flat sweet loaf
Puffs
Flaky pastry biscuits
Mille feuilles
Short crust pastry
130
130
150
160
160
170
170
200
200
200
200
60-70
30-40
20-30
40-50
40-50
30-40
40-50
15-20
15-20
15-20
15-20
Type of dish
Temperature °C
Cooking time (hours)
Meat
Turkey (4-8 kg)
Goose (4-5 kg)
Duck (2-4 kg)
Capon (2½-3 kg)
Braised beef (1-1½ kg)
Leg of lamb
Roast hare (2 kg)
Roast pheasant
Chicken (1-1½ kg)
160
160
170
170
160
160
160
160
170
3-4½
4-4½
1½-2½
2-2½
3-3½
1-1½
1-1½
1-1½
1-1½
Fish
200
15-25 minutes
GRILLING
Type of dish
Cooking time
(minutes)
Position of shelf
Chops (0.5 kg)
Saussages
Grilled chicken (1 kg)
Veal on the spit (0.6 kg)
Chicken on the spit (1 kg)
60
15
60
60
60
3rd guide rail
2nd guide rail
1st guide rail
-
The 1st guide rail is understood as being the lowest position.
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FAN ASSISTED cooking
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Type of dish
Guide rail no. from bottom
Quantity kg
Temperature °C
Time (minutes)
1-3
1-3-4
1-3-4
1-3
1-3-4
1-3
1-3-4
1
1
0.5
1.5
1
1
0.5
175
175
175
175
175
175
160
60
50
30
70
45
50
30
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1-1.5
180
180
220
180
200
60
70
50
70
70
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1
1
1
1-1.5
1.5
1-1.5
160
160
160
180
180
180
80
90
90
90
120
120
1
1
1
1
175
175
120
110
Fish
Fillets, steaks, cod, hake, sole
Mackerel, turbot, salmon
Oysters
1-3
1.3
1-3
1
1
180
180
180
30
45
20
Timbales
Baked pasta dish
Vegetable pudding
* Sweet and savoury soufflés
* Pizzas and savoury rolls
Toasted sandwiches
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3-4
1-3-4
2
2
0.75
0.5
0.5
185
185
180
200
190
60
50
50
30
15
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1
0.5
0.75
1
200
50
50
50
45
50
70
110
Cakes
* With beaten mix, in mould
* With beaten mix, without mould
Short pastry, flan base
Short pastry with wet filling
Short pastry with dry filling
* With natural leavened mix
Small cakes
Meat
Roasts under the grill
Veal
Beef
English roast beef
Pork
Chicken
Roasts on a tray
Veal
Beef
Pork
Chicken
Turkey slices
Duck
Casseroles
Beef casserole
Veal casserole
Defrosting
Ready-to-eat meals
Meat
Meat
Meat
Notes:
1) Cooking times do not include oven pre-heating, except for those marked with an asterisk.
2) The indication given in the table for the guide rails is the one that should preferably be used in the event of
cooking on more than one level.
3) The indicated times refer to cooking on one shelf only; for cooking on more than one level, increase the time by 5
÷ 10 minutes.
4) For roast beef, veal, pork and turkey, on the bone or rolled, increase the times by 20 minutes.
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COOKING PROGRAMMER
The electronic programmer has the function of
automatically switching on the oven (at the required time)
and switching it off at the end of the set cooking time.
The 4 figure luminous display showing the actual time
and the programming times, also shows the current state
of the oven by means of the following symbols:
Oven on
Minute minder
Automatic programme AUTO
Point n (this divides the hour from the minutes on the
display).
All the functions may be programmed for a total of 23
h and 59 min. Maximum cooking time is 10 hours.
Automatic oven mode (programmed cooking
duration and end)
• Put the food to be cooked in the oven.
• Press the key (Duration) and adjust the cooking
time using the and keys: the AUTO and (oven on)
symbols light up (the oven switches on).
• Press the key (end of cooking) and adjust the end
of cooking time using the and keys: the symbol
goes out (the oven switches off).
Adjusting the clock
(At installation, after power failures, clock in advance
or behind).
Select manual mode by pressing key
hour and minutes using the
and
, adjust the
keys.
Manual oven mode (Programming excluded)
Press the key
; and the oven is switched on, the
• Turn the selector and the thermostat knobs onto the
required function and temperature respectively.
• The programmer automatically sets the start of
AUTO symbol goes out and the
(oven on) symbol
comes on. This operation erases any set programme.
cooking time, which is shown by the symbol
(oven on) coming on. When the cooking time has
elapsed, the oven is automatically switched off, the
Semi-automatic oven mode
1st example: start in manual cooking mode programmed cooking time.
• Put the food to be cooked in the oven.
(oven on) symbol goes out and the AUTO
symbol blinks; an acoustic signal sounds.
• Press the
key (duration) and adjust the
and
keys: the oven
cooking time using the
switches on, the AUTO and (oven on) symbols light
up.
• Turn the selector and the thermostat knobs onto the
required function and temperature respectively.
• At the end of the set cooking time, the oven is
(oven on)
automatically switched off, the symbol
goes out and the AUTO symbol blinks; an acoustic
signal sounds.
2nd example: start with manual cooking mode - end
with programmed cooking mode.
• Put the food to be cooked in the oven.
• Press the
key (end of cooking) and adjust the
end of cooking time using the
and
keys: the
symbols light
oven switches on, the AUTO and
up.
• Turn the selector and the thermostat knobs onto the
required function and temperature respectively.
• At the end of cooking, the oven is automatically
symbol (oven on) goes out and
switched off, the
the AUTO symbol blinks; an acoustic signal
sounds.
Minute minder
Press the
key (minute minder) and set the time
and
keys. An acoustic
required using the
signal sounds at the end of the programme.
Buzzer
The buzzer emits a sound for 7 minutes after the end
of the selected programme; it may be stopped by
pressing any function key. It is possible to choose 3
different types of acoustic signal. By pressing the
key the actual signal tone appears. Now, within 7
key changes
seconds, every further press of the
the signal tone.
Programme control
for the remaining time to be
Press the key
displayed, and the key to check the end of cooking
time.
Erasing programmes
Once a programme has been carried out, it is
automatically erased; it can also be cancelled by
pressing the key
(manual).
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Precautions and tips
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This appliance has been designed and
manufactured in compliance with international safety
standards. The following warnings are provided for
safety reasons and must be read carefully.
Practical advice on using the appliance
To obtain the best results from your hob:
• Use flat-bottomed pans to ensure that they adhere
to the cooking zone perfectly.
• Always use pans with a diameter that is large
enough to cover the hotplate fully, in order to use all
the available heat.
• Make sure that the bottom of the cookware is
always dry and clean to guarantee correct
adherence and durability, not only for the cooking
zones but also for the cookware itself.
• Avoid using the same cookware that is used on gas
burners: the heat concentration on gas burners may
have warped the base of the pan, causing it not to
adhere to the surface correctly.
• Never leave a cooking zone on without cookware
placed on it because it heats up and rapidly
reaches the maximum level, which could damage
the heating elements.
General safety
• The appliance was designed for domestic use
inside the home and is not intended for commercial
or industrial use.
• The appliance must not be installed outdoors, even
in covered areas. It is extremely dangerous to leave
the appliance exposed to rain and storms.
• Do not touch the appliance with bare feet or with
wet or damp hands and feet.
• The appliance must be used by adults only for the
preparation of food, in accordance with the
instructions provided in this booklet. Do not use the
hob as a worktop or chopping board.
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• The glass ceramic hob is resistant to mechanical
shocks, but it may crack (or even break) if hit with a
sharp object such as a tool. If this happens,
disconnect the appliance from the electricity mains
immediately and contact a Service Centre.
• If the surface of the hob is cracked, switch off the
appliance to prevent electric shocks from
occurring.
• Ensure that power supply cables of other electrical
appliances do not come into contact with the hot
parts of the hob.
• Remember that the cooking zones remain relatively
hot for at least thirty minutes after they have been
switched off. An indicator light provides a warning
when residual heat is present (see Start-up and use).
• Keep any object which could melt away from the
hob, for example plastic and aluminium objects, or
products with a high sugar content. Be especially
careful when using plastic film and aluminium foil or
packaging:
if placed on surfaces that are still hot, they may
cause serious damage to the hob.
• Always make sure that pan handles are turned
towards the centre of the hob in order to avoid
accidental burns.
• When unplugging the appliance, always pull the
plug from the mains socket; do not pull on the
cable.
• Never perform any cleaning or maintenance work
without having disconnected the appliance from the
electricity mains.
• Do not place metal objects (knives, spoons, pan lids,
etc.) on the hob as they may become hot.
• For the attention of wearers of pacemakers or
other active implants:
The hob complies with all current standards on
electromagnetic interference.
Your induction hob is therefore perfectly in keeping
with legal requirements (89/336/CEE directives). It
is designed not to create interference on any other
electrical apparatus being used on condition that
the apparatus in question also complies with this
legislation.
Your induction hob generates short-range magnetic
fields.
To avoid any interference between your induction
hob and a pacemaker, the latter must be designed
to comply with relevant regulations.
In this respect, we can only guarantee our own
product conformity. Please consult the pacemaker
manufacturer or your doctor concerning its
conformity or any possible incompatibility.
Care and maintenance
Switching the appliance off
Disconnect your appliance from the electricity supply
before carrying out any work on it.
Cleaning the appliance
Do not use abrasive or corrosive detergents (for
example, products in spray cans for cleaning
barbecues and ovens), stain removers, anti-rust
products, powder detergents or sponges with
abrasive surfaces: these may scratch the surface
beyond repair.
Never use steam cleaners or pressure cleaners on
the appliance.
Disassembling/assembling the oven door
To make it easier to clean the inside of your oven, the
oven door can be removed, by proceeding as follows:
• Open the door completely and lift the 2 levers “B”;
• Now, shutting the door slightly, you can lift it out by
pulling out the hooks “A” as shown in figure.
To reassemble the door:
• With the door in a vertical position, insert the two
hooks “A” into the slots;
• Ensure that seat “D” is hooked perfectly onto the
edge of the slot (move the oven door backwards
and forward slightly);
• Keep the oven door open fully, unhook the 2 levers
“B” downwards and then shut the door again.
To extend the life of your oven, it must be cleaned
frequently, keeping in mind that:
• The self-cleaning panels (if present) and the
enameled parts should be washed with warm water
- abrasive powders and corrosive substances
should be avoided;
• The inside of the oven should be cleaned
immediately after use with warm water and soap;
the soap should be rinsed away and the interior
dried thoroughly;
• Stainless steel can be stained if it remains in
contact with agressive detergents (containing
phosphorus) or water with a high lime content. We
recommend that you rinse these parts thoroughly
and dry them well after cleaning. It is also a good
idea to dry any water spills;
• Never line the bottom of the oven with aluminium foil
because the buildup of heat will not only impede
the cooking process, but could also damage the
enamel.
Changing the oven light bulb
• Cutoff the supply of power to the oven by turning off
the omni-polar switch connecting it to the mains, or
by removing the plug if it is accessible;
• Unscrew the glass cover attached to the lamp
holder;
• Unscrew the lamp and replace it with another hightemperature lamp (300°C) with the following
characteristics:
- Voltage: 230/240 V
- Wattage: 15W
- Socket: E14
• Remount the glass cover
and reconnect the
appliance to the power
supply.
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