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Instructions for use
Product description and symbols
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Using the burners
4
Practical advice on using the hob
5
Positioning the pan supports and wok support
5
Hood and cabinetry clearances (mm)
6
Injectors table
6
Warnings and suggestions
7
Safeguarding the environment
8
Installation
9
Gas connection
9
Electrical connection
10
Installation
10
Adaption to a different type of gas supply
11
Replacing the injectors
11
Fitting the wok burner
12
Regulating the minimum flow level of the gas taps
12
General cleaning and maintenance
13
Care and maintenance of the gas burners
13
Troubleshooting guide
14
After Sales Service
14
Product description and symbols
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Removable pan supports
Auxiliary burner
Semi- rapid burner
Semi- rapid burner
Professional wok burner
Auxiliary burner control knob
Semi-rapid burner control button
Semi-rapid burner control button
Professional wok burner control button
Control Symbols
Off
Maximum flame
Minimum flame
Using the burners
If the burner does not ignite within about 15
seconds, switch off the burner, check the
fitting of the burner cap and plate for correct
fitting. Wait at least 1 minute before trying
again.
To turn on one of the burners:
1. Turn the corresponding control knob
anticlockwise until the indicator coincides with
the maximum flame symbol
.
2. Press the control knob to ignite the burner.
3. Once the burner has lit, keep the control knob
pressed for about 5 seconds to allow the safety
thermocouple fitted to each burner to engage.
The thermocouple will switch off the gas supply
to the burner should the flame be accidentally
lost ( A gust of air, momentary interruption of
gas supply or liquid spillage etc).
If the burner goes out when the control knob
is released, the thermocouple did not engage.
wait al least 1 minute before repeating strps 1
to 3.
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Practical advice on using the hob
Read the instructions to get the best out of your
hob.
- Use pans with a similar diameter to the burner
(see the table on this page)
- Use flat bottomed pans except with the wok
support.
- Do not use excessive water when cooking foods
and use the lid.
- Ensure that pans are fully supported by the pan
supports and do not protude over the edges.
Important:
Do not rest or drag the pan supports upside down
on the hob as this could scratch it.
Failure to comply with these
recommendations could lead to the glass
ceramic hob being damaged, or broken and
the safety of your appliance being
compromised.
Burner
wok
semi-rapid
auxiliary
You should never use:
- Cast iron pots and pans, statite stone grills or
terracotta dishes on the hob as this may damage
the pan supports.
- Convectors such as metal netting, or others.
- The use of two burners simultaneously with just
one container such as a fish kettle.
Ø Pans
from 24 to 26 cm
from 16 to 24 cm
from 8 to 14 cm
Positioning the pan supports and wok support
Position the pan supports by inserting the locating pins at the rear of the hob into the slots found at
the back edge of the pan supports.
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Hood and cabinetry clearances (mm)
If a hood is to be installed above the hob, refer to the hood installation instructions to ensure the correct
height above the hob
730
51
0
6,5
R 6
1
n.
mi x R
a
m
45
63 m
560
0
49
+2
-0
in.
+20
-
181,6
22
16
274
Note: If the distance “A” between the wall cupboards in the kitchen is between 600mm and 730mm, the
height “B” must be at least 530mm.
If the distance “A” between the wall cupboards is greater than the width of the hob, the height “B” must
be at least 400 mm.
Injectors table
Category II2ELL3B/P (DE) II2H3B/P (AT)
Type of gas used
Type of
burner
Injector
label
Injector
distance (X) mm
Nominal heat
flow kW
Nominal
consumption
Reduced heat
flow kW
NATURAL GAS
(Methane) G20
wok
semi-rapid
auxiliary
145
95
78
6
-
4,20
1,65
1,00
400 l/h
157 l/h
95 l/h
1,50
0,35
0,30
17
20
25
LIQUID
wok
PETROLEUM GAS
semi-rapid
(Butane-Propane) G30/31 auxiliary
78
60
44
13,5
-
3,80
1,65
1,00
105 g/h
46 g/h
27 g/h
2,55
0,35
0,30
42,5
50
57,5
160
104
82
6
-
4,2
1,65
1,00
467 l/h
186 l/h
113 l/h
1,55
0,35
0,30
18
20
25
LIQUID
PETROLEUM GAS
(Methane) G25
wok
semi-rapid
auxiliary
Gas pressure (mbar)
min.
nom.
max
Type of gas used
Configuration
model
Nominal heat
consumption kW
Overall nominal
consumption
Required air (m3)
for the combustion 1 m3 of gas
G20 20 mbar
G30/31 50 mbar
G25 20 mbar
4 burners
4 burners
4 burners
8,50
8,10
8,50
809 l/h
224 g/h
952 l/h
9,52
30,94
8,187
Electric Power: 230 V - 50 Hz
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Warnings and suggestions
To get the most out of your hob, please read
the instructions carefully and keep them for
future consultation.
• These instructions are only valid in the countries
whose destination symbol is shown on the serial
number plate on the hob.
• The packing (plastic bags, expanded
polyurethane, etc) pose a potential threat to
children and should be disposed of carefully.
• Check the appliance has not been damaged
during transportation and remove all
protective packing and films before
installation.
• This hob (cat. 3) was designed to be used
exclusively for cooking food in household
surroundings. Any other use (for example
heating rooms) should be regarded as
improper and dangerous.
• The installation and connection of this
appliance to a gas or electrical supply must
be carried out by a competant, qualified
person in compliance with current
legislation.
• This appliance should be installed in
compliance with standards in force and
only used in well ventilated rooms. Read
the instructions before installing and using
this appliance.
• The pre-fitted gas connector and it's supply
pressure are shown on the label attached
to the bottom of the hob. If this type of gas
supply is not being used, please refer to
the section called Adaption to different
types of gas supply on page 11.
Note:
• Incorrect placement of the pans supports can
scratch the hob. To avoid this always ensure
that the rubber feet on the bottom of the pan
supports are the only part of the pan supports
that touch the hob and do not drag the pan
supports accross the hob surface.
• On the glass surface do not use:
- Cast iron grills, terracotta pots or pans.
- Heat convectors (e.g. metal netting).
- Using two burners to cook 1 pan.
• In the event of prolonged usage, additional
ventilation may be required (opening a window
or increasing the extration speed of the hood).
Warning
• Keep children away from the hob when in use
and don't let them play with the control knobs
or any other part of the appliance.
• This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensor or mental capabilities or lack of
experience and knowledge unless they have
been given initial supervision or instruction
concerning use of the applaince by a person
responsible for their safety.
• Do not let children play with the pan supports.
The rubber feet on the underneath of the pan
supports could be swallowed by small and cause
serious injury or suffocation.
• Before replacing the pan supports on the hob,
please check that all the rubber feet are in
place.
• Each time you finish using the hob, always check
that the control buttons are in the off position
and shut off the tap to the gas mains or cylinder.
• Do not obstruct the air vents at the back of the
appliance in any way.
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Safeguarding the environment
Packing
The packing material is 100% recyclable and is
labelled with the recycling symbol
. Please
dispose of all packing responsibly and carefully.
Conformity declaration
This hob was designed, built and marketed in
compliance with:
• the safety requirements in the “Gas” CEE
Directive 90/396.
• safety objectives of the “Low Voltage” Directive
2006/95/CE (wich replaces 73/23/CEE and
subsequent amendments).
• the protection requirements of the “EMC” CEE
Directive 89/336
• the requirements in CEE Directive 93/68.
• this cooktop is suitable for contact with
foodstuffs and complies with EEC (CE)
Regulation n. 1935/2004.
Product
This appliance is marked according to the
European Directive 2002/96/EC, Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
By ensuring that this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potentially negative
consequences for the environment and human
health. The symbol
on the product, or on the
documents accompanying this appliance indicates
that this product should not be disposed of as
household waste. Please dispose of this appliance
at an Electrical & Electronic Equipment Collection
point as in accordance with local environmental
regulations for waste disposal. For details of your
local Collection Point please contact your Local
Authority.
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Installation
Technical information for the installer
• This appliance can be built into a 20mm to
40mm thick worktop.
• If no oven is to be installed below the hob, a
panel must be fitted under the hob to prevent
hob damage and protect the cupboard contents.
This panel must cover the whole of the
underside of the hob and must be positioned so
that an air gap of at least 20mm between the
panel and hob underside is maintained, as a
minimum, and as a maximum 150mm to the
underneath of the work surface.
• This hob is designed to operate perfectly with
any oven in the KitchenAid range. The
Manufacturer declines all responsibility should
any other make of oven be installed.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility
should another make of oven be installed.
serial number plate on the hob and the table on
page 6).
• The cabinetry and appliances surrounding/next
to the hob rea heat resistant and in compliance
with local regulations.
• The products of combustion are removed from
the atmoshere in the room by using an
extraction hood or electrical fan installed to the
walls and or windows, in line with current
regulations.
• The air circulates naturally through a suitable
opening that is no less than 100cm2 in cross
section, which must be:
- perminent and accessable on the walls of the
room being ventilated and extracting towards
the outside.
- created in such a way that the openings both
inside and out cannot be obstructed, even in
error.
- Protected by plastic grill, metallic netting etc
that should not reduce the 100cm2 cross section
- Located in such a position so as not to
interfere with the extraction of the products of
combustion.
Before installation, please ensure that:
• Warning: this is a heavy products which
requires the installation to be carried out
by two people.
• The gas supply (type and pressure) and the
calibration on the hob are compatable ( see
Gas connection
Connection to the mains gas system must be carried out by a
competant, registered person, in compliance with current
legislation.
• The connection of the hob to the gas mains network or gas
cylinder must be done using a rigid copper or steel pipe with parts
that comply with local standards, or using a flexible stainless steel
pipe with continuous surfaces that comply with local standards.
The flexible metallic pipe should be no longer than 2 linear
metres.
• Before connecting the pipe with the rubber part (A), ensure that
seal (B) is in place (this part, provided complies with EN549).
Warning: if you use a stainless steel flexible pipe, it must be installed
in such a way that it does not come into contact with mobile parts
like drawers or kitchen cupboards and passes at a point free of
obstacles where it can be examined in its entirety.
• After connecting to the gas mains, use soap and water to check
there are no leaks.
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Electrical connection
The electrical connections must comply with current
legislation and be carried out by a qualified, competent
person.
• Information on the voltage and power absorbed are shown on the
serial no. plate.
• The appliance must be earthed.
• When installing the appliance, we recommend that this hob
is protected by a 3mm bi-polar switch.
• If damaged, the power cable must be replaced with an
identical type of powercable ( H05V2V2-FT90 ºC, or
H05RR-F type). We recommend that this operation be
conducted by our After Sales Service. Please contact our
Customer Care Centre on 00800-3810-4026.
• Do not use extension cables.
• The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage to
persons, pets or goods as a result of failure to comply with
the regulations above.
L
Earth
(yellow/green)
N
Installation
1. After cleaning the surfaces around the edges, fit the seal provided.
2. Position the hob inside the cut-out obeying all the hood and
cabinetry clearances on page 6.
3. Use the fixing pieces (A) provided, to secure the hob to the
worksurface, with screws.
Note: the electrical power cable must be long enough to allow
the hob to be lifted out from above.
A
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Adaption to a different type of gas supply
If you are using a different kind of gas from the one
indicated on the serial no. plate and the orange
label on the back of the hob, you must replace the
injectors; in the case of the Wok burner, adjust the
primary air (see Injector table on page 6).
The orange label should be removed and kept
together with the manual.
Use pressure regulators suitable for the gas
pressures indicated on page 6
• In order to replace the injectors, contact the
Customer Care Centre on 00800-3810-4026,
or a qualified electrician.
• Injectors not supplied as standard should be
requested from the Customer Care Centre on
00800-3810-4026.
• Regulate the minimum levels of the taps.
Note: with liquid petroleum gas ( G30/G31)
the bypass screw must be screwed in fully. If
you then experiance difficulty in turning the
control knob, contact our After sales Service
though our Customer Care Centre on
00800-3810-4026, who will arrange for a
replacement after ascertaining that the tap is
damaged.
Replacing the injectors
Note: Refer to the table on page 6 to ensure the correct type of
injector is to be fitted.
Traditional burners (T)
1. Remove the pan supports (A).
2. Remove the burners (B).
3. Unscrew the injector (C) with a box spanner 7.
4. Replace the injector with the one for the new gas.
5. Replace burners and pan supports.
Note: Before installing the hob, please remember to stick the gas
calibtration label, provided with the replacement injectors over the
gas information on the underside of the hob.
Wok Burner (W)
It is best to change the wok double crown burner before starting installtion. However it is necessary:
1. Remove the holding screws that fix the burner to the glass hob. Once you have removed the glass hob,
you can access the wok burner injector.
2. Remove the injector (F) using a 10mm spanner.
3. Slacken the holding screw (H) to regulate the position (X) of the gas inlet coupling (G) with regard to
the injector.
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Fitting the wok burner
To fit the double crown wok burner:
Insert in the following order:
1. burner ring (A);
2. decorative covering ring (B);
3. external burner cap (C);
4. internal burner cap (D).
Note: make sure that:
1. the locating pin for the burner ring (A) is inserted correctly in the
slot on the burner unit.
2. that the locating pin on the external burner cap (C) is inserted in the
slot on the burner ring (A).
Regulating the minimum flow level of the gas taps
Regulating the minimum flow level must be done with the tap at the
lowest position (small flame) .
There is no need to regulate the primary air in the burners.
To ensure the minimum level is properly regulated, remove the control
knob and adjust the screws found on the tap as follows:
1. tighten to reduce the height of the flame 1 (-)
2. slacken to increase the height of the flame (+);
3. With the burners on, rotate the buttons from the maximum
the minimum position to check the stability of the flame.
to
Once you have finished regulating, close up the seals again using sealing
wax.
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General cleaning & maintenance
Always disconnect the hob from the electrical
power supply and wait until it cools before
cleaning and/or doing maintenance work.
In order to keep your hob in good condition, you
must keep it clean, removing any remaining food
each time you use it.
•
Cleaning the hob surface:
• the enamelled parts and the glass should be
washed with lukewarm water and a mild
cleaning detergent.
• the stainless steel surface may become stained if
it comes into contact with hard water over a
long period of time or with extremely strong
cleaning products. Always clean any spillages as
quickly as possible (sauce, coffee, etc..). Wash
•
•
•
with luke warm water and a mild detergent,
rinse and dry carefully with a soft cloth, or a
cloth designed to clean stainless steel. Only use
stainless steel cleaning products on the stainless
steel trim.
Do not use harsh or corrosive products,
chloride based products or scourers.
Do not steam clean.
Do not use inflammable products.
Do not leave acidic or alkaline based products
like vinegar, mustard, salt, sugar or lemon juice
lying on the hob, as this will damage the hob
and 'etch' the glass surface.
Care and maintenance of the gas burners
supports, the pan support is located correctly
for each burner.
The pan supports and burners can be removed to
make cleaning easier.
1. Hand wash carefully in hot water with a mild
detergent making sure that all the ingrained dirt
is removed and the openings on the burner are
not blocked. The internal burner cap (D), on
page 12 is made of brass and is subject to a
natural burnishing when it heats up. Clean it
each time you use it with a product specifically
designed for brass. Use hot water and a mild
deteregent to clean the the wok burner
external cap (item (C) on page 12). Never use
harsh products, or scourers that will damage
the special surface coverings.
2. Rinse and dry carefully.
3. Correctly refit the burners and caps in their place.
4. Make sure that when replacing the pan
Note: Hobs fitted with electronic ignition and
thermocouples must have the ends of the igniters
and thermocouples cleaned regularly and
frequently in order to operate. Please clean them
very carefully with a damp cloth. Any remaining
ingrained food should be removed carefully with a
toothpick, or similar.
To avoid damaging the electronic ignition only
operate with the burners and pan supports
correctly in place.
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Troubleshooting guide
If the hob is not working properly work through
the this guide before contacting our Customer
Care Centre.
2. the burner’s openings are not blocked in
relation to the thermocouple.
3. the end part of the thermocouple is clean.
The burner does not ignite, or the flame is
unsteady? Check that:
1. the gas, or electricity supply has not been
interrupted and that the control knob is turned
fully on.
2. the gas supply has not run out.
3. the openings on the burner have become
blocked.
4. the end of the electronic igniter is clean.
5. all the parts on the burner are properly
positioned.
The pans are not stable? Check that:
1. the bottom of the pot is perfectly flat.
2. the pot is centred on the burner.
3. the pan supports are correctly positioned with
all the rubber feet in place.
If, despite all these checks and after tuning the hon
off and on again, you are still experiancing
problems please contact our Customer Care
Centre on 00800-3810-4026.
The flame doesn’t stay on? Check that:
1. the button was pushed in properly when turning
on the burner for the time required to activate
the safety thermocouple.
After Sales Service
Before contacting our Customer Care Centre please check to
see if the problem can be fixed by refering to the
troubleshooting guide.
1. If the fault persists contact us on 00800-3810-4026. We will ask
you for some information, it will help us, help you if you have the
following information ready to give us:
• a short description of the falut
• the serial number and model number of the appliance
• the service number ( the number after the word service on the
rating plate on the bottom of the hob. The service number can
also be found in the warranty booklet.
• your name, full address including postcode and telephone number.
Note: If there is a problem with your hob, failure to contact us
could seriously compromise the safety and quality of this
appliance.
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Viale G. Borghi, 27 - 21025 Comerio (VA)
Phone 0332.759111 - Fax 0332.759268
www.whirlpool.eu
Printed in Italy
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