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Tip. Montagnani - Modena - Cod. 533939 0203 -MADE
IN ITALY
GENERAL INFORMATION
DESTINED TO THE END USER
RECCOMANDATIONS AND PRECAUTIONS
ATTENTION:
- Before using the appliance, do not forget to remove the plastic
films protecting some parts of the appliance (facia-panel, parts
in stainless steel, etc.)
- Do not use the appliance as a space heater.
- When the appliance is not in use, we recommend to disconnect
the current and to close the gas general tap.
ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
Packing disposal
Sort packing into different materials (cardboard, polystyrene
etc.) and dispose of them in accordance with local waste
disposal laws.
This appliance complies with the following European Directives:
- 73/23/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 household appliance has been designed for cooking and
it must therefore be used for this purpose only.
IN CASE OF FIRE:
• In case of fire, close immediately the main valve of the gas
pipe line, disconnect current and never pour water on firing
oil in any case.
• Do not store flammable products or aerosol containers near the
burners, and do not vaporize them near lighted burners.
FOR YOUR SAFETY AND THE ONE OF YOUR CHILDREN.
• Do not store items that are attractive to children above or near
the appliance.
• Keep children well away from the appliance: do not forget that
some parts of the appliance or of the pans become very hot and
dangerous during use, and also for all the time necessary to
cool down.
• In order to avoid any unintentional fall down, pan handles should
be turned to the back of the cooker, not out to the room or over
adjacent burners.
• When cooking, do not use clothes with large flaving and
flammable sleeves; in case of firing you can suffer very serious
harms.
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.
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 purchasing date, model, and data plate
number which are printed on the data nameplate identifing the
appliance.
Keep the part destined to you, and in case of necessity, show it
to the Technical Service together with the receipt bill.
If you do not follow this procedure, the technical service will be
compelled to charge you with all the fees of each eventual reparation.
You can find the original spare parts only in our Technical Service
and Spare Parts Authorised Centres.
FOR APPLIANCES WITH GLASS COVER LID
While using the appliance, make sure that the glass lid does not
touch any pan. After use never close the glass lid while the burners
or the electric hotplates are still hot.
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 lower wall of the oven.
- In case of careless use, in proximity of the oven door hinges,
there is hurt danger.
- Do not let children sit down or play with the oven door. Do not
use the drop down door as a stool to reach above cabinets.
TECHNICAL AFTER SALES SERVICE
Before leaving the factory, this appliance has been tested and set
up by skilled personal, in order to give the best performance results.
Each reparation or set up that could be necessary afterwards,
must be carried out with a great care and attention.
For this reason, we reccommend you to keep always in touch with
the Sales Centre or with our nearer After Sales Service. Specify
always the kind of problem and the model of your appliance.
INDEX FOR FIRST PART (for the user)
Use of the gas work-top
Use of the glass ceramic work-top
Use of the gas oven
Use of the gas grill
Use of the electric grill
Use of the turnspit
Use of the electric oven
Use of control devices
Cleaning
WARNING - GRILL:
Always use the grill with oven door half-open (at the first hinge
release), and with knobs protection installed, as per the specific
instructions provided in the grill use.
For safety and standard reasons, it is forbidden to use at the
same time the gas oven burner together with the electric/gas
grill.
WARMING CABINET
You must not place inflammable materials or plastic utensils in the
warming cabinet (placed below the oven).
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page 3-4
page 4-5
page 5
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page 5
page 6-7
page 8-9-10-11
page 11-12
INDEX FOR SECOND PART (for the installer)
Appliance installation
page 12
Rooms ventilation
page 13
Gas connection
page 13
Electric connection
page 14
Gas adjustments
page 14-15
Appliance care
page 15-16
3
FIRST PART
The hotplate is controlled by a commutator. Turn the knob until
position 1 to turn the hotlplate on. A warning light on the control
panel will inform you if the plate is on or off.
WORK-TOP USE
USING GAS BURNERS
The following symbols are on the control panel next to each knob:
gas off
- Large flame
maximum setting
- Small flame
minimum setting
6
0
5
2
4
The minimum position is at the end of the anti-clockwise rotation
of the knob. All operation positions must be chosen between the
positions of max. and min., never choose them between max. and
off.
3
Fig. 2
3
5
2
1
6
- Black circle
0
1
4
Suggested settings (guide)
MANUAL IGNITION
To turn on a burner, approach a match to it, press the knob
corresponding to the selected burner and turn it anticlockwise to
the minimum position.
Pos.
Heat
Intensity
0
Off
1
ELECTRIC IGNITION (optional)
To turn on a burner, press the knob corresponding to the selected
burner and turn it anticlockwise to the minimum position;
simultaneously pressing the electric ignition button on the control
panel marked with symbol
.
In case there is no electric current, the burner can also be lighted
using a match.
Fig. 3
Use
Very slow For melting butter, chocolate, etc.
For heating small amounts of liquid.
For heating larger amounts of liquid.
For preparing slow-cooking creams and sauces.
2
Low
3
MediumLow
For thawing frozen foods and cooking stews, cooking
at boiling or lower temperatures.
4
Medium
For boiling foods, roasting delicate meats and fish.
5
High
6
Very high
For braising chops and steaks, for large meat soups.
For boiling large amounts of water and frying.
ENERGY SAVING TIPS
• The diameter of the saucepan must be the same or slightly larger
than that of the electric hotplate. Never use a pan which is smaller
than the electric hotplate.
• Use flat-bottomed pans only.
• Preferably cover pans with a lid to permit cooking at a lower
heat.
• Always cook vegetables and potatoes, etc. in as little water to
reduce cooking times.
AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC IGNITION (optional)
To turn on a burner, press the knob corresponding to the selected
burner and turn it anticlockwise to the minimum position. Keeping
the knob pressed, the electric automatic ignition of the burner will
be started up.
In case there is no electric current, the burner can also be lighted
using a match.
APPLIANCES WITH SAFETY VALVE (optional)
Follow the same procedure described above to ignite the burners.
In this case, however, once you have turned the knob to the open
setting, hold it pressed in for 10 seconds.
If for any reason the burner flame goes out, the safety valve
automatically shuts off the gas supply to the burner in question.
Fig. 4
ENERGY SAVING TIPS
• The diameter of the pan bottom should be the same as that of
the burner. The burner flame must never come out from the pans
diameter.
• Use flat-bottomed pans only.
• Whenever possible, keep a lid on the pan while cooking.
You will not need as much heat.
• Cook vegetables, potatoes, etc. with as little water as possible
to reduce cooking times.
CERAMIC WORK-TOP
The work-top is fitted with cooking areas of different diameter and
power. The positions are clearly marked. The heating occurs only
within the diameters marked on the work-top.
For efficient cooking and energy saving, it is essential to use only
suitable saucepans.
Cookware with rough bottoms should not be used since these can
scratch the ceramic surface. Before use, make sure that pan
bottoms are clean and dry.
Pans should have the same diameter as the cooking zone they
are used on.
When cold, pan bottoms should be slightly concave, as they
expand when they are hot and lie flat on the surface of the hob.
This transfers the heat best.
The best thickness for pan bottoms is 2-3 mm in case of enamelled
steel and 4-6 mm for stainless steel with sandwich type bottoms.
There is a simple way of checking whether the pan bottom is of
the right shape (when cold).
Rest the middle of the bottom at an angle against the straight
edge of a table and slip a few strips of typing paper between them.
As a guide five to ten pieces of paper is correct for enamelled
steel pans and two to five strips for stainless steel (the higher
number applies to the larger sizes of pan).
Fig.1
USING ELECTRIC HOTPLATES
When using an electric hotplate for the first time or after a long
period of disuse, turn the knob to 1 and let it heat for about 20
minutes to eliminate any possible moisture absorbed by the internal
insulating material.
- Dry the bottom of the pan before placing it on the hotplate.
- Turn the hotplate on only after placing the pan on it.
4
USE OF THE GAS OVEN
Use of the oven
Before using the oven for the first time, heat it to the maximum
temperature for about 30 minutes to eliminate smokes and
unpleasant smells produced by internal components.
Fig. 5
Manual ignition of the burner
Open the oven door and bring a light match near the central hole
A placed on the oven bottom.
These rules are very important. If they are not followed there will
be a great loss of heat and energy, and the heat not absorbed by
the saucepan will spread to the hob, frame and surrounding
cabinet.
Using the cooking hob.
The first few times the hob is used, it may give off acrid, burning
smells. These will disappear completely with repeated use.
Each cooking area has a selector knob on the appliance control
panel for setting different temperature levels.
For normal cooking, place the saucepan on the desired area of
the hob and set the knob to the maximum heat.
A warning light on the control panel will inform you if the cooking
area is on or off.
Some of the cooking work-tops have an indicator light between
the two front cooking areas, which lights up when one or more of
the cooking areas goes above the temperature of 60°C.
The indicator light switches off only when the temperature of the
cooking areas goes below about 60°C.
After a few minutes, when the contents of the saucepan are boiling,
turn the knob to a lower position, depending on the quantity, so
that the saucepan does not splash over and there is no waste of
heat.
A
Fig. 7
Turn the corresponding knob anti-clockwise, placing the index on
the maximum position.
= CLOSED
1
1
2
1
= MIN.
8
= MAX
2
3
8
4
5
6
= GRILL
3
8
4
7
5
6
7
Fig. 8
Important
Be very careful about the safety of children when using the ceramic
hob.
Burner with safety device
For burners fitted with safety device, it it necessary to keep on
pressing the concerned knob for about 10 seconds after the ignition.
In this way the safety valve will be started up. If for any reason the
burner flame goes out, repeat the procedure as described above.
When you will be sure that the burner is on, close softly the oven
door.
To obtain the desired temperature, turn the knob index to the
selected number.
Attention
Although the hob surface is very tough, it is certainly not unbreakable
and it can be damaged, especially if pointed or hard objects fall
on it with a certain force.
Do not use the hob if the surface is broken or cracked; contact
the assistance service immediately.
GUIDELINE TABLE
The actual settings depend on the quantity and quality of the food
and the type of saucepan.
Fig. 9
Pos.
Heat
Intensity
0
Off
1
Fig. 6
Knob position
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Temperature °C
140 °C
150 °C
160 °C
170 °C
190 °C
210 °C
230 °C
250 °C
Wait at least 15 minutes before introducing the food, in order to
reach the desired temperature. Below you will find an indicative
cooking table (TAB.A).
Use
TAB. A
FOOD
MEAT
ROASTED PORK
ROASTED BEEF
ROASTED VEAL
ROASTED LAMB
ROASTED HARE
ROASTED RABBIT
ROASTED TURKEY
ROASTED GOOSE
ROASTED DUCK
ROASTED CHICKEN
ROAST-BEEF
FISH
Very slow For melting butter, chocolate, etc.
For heating small amounts of liquid.
For heating larger amounts of liquid.
For preparing slow-cooking creams and sauces.
2
Low
3
MediumLow
For thawing frozen foods and cooking stews, cooking
at boiling or lower temperatures.
4
Medium
For boiling foods, roasting delicate meats and fish.
5
High
6
Very high
For braising chops and steaks, for large meat soups.
For boiling large amounts of water and frying.
5
TEMP. °C
185-210
250
220
220
230
235
220
235
225
235
200-225
200-225
FOOD
PASTRY
FRUIT CAKE
MARGHERITA CAKE
BRIOCHES
SCONES
RING-SHAPED CAKE
PUFF-PASTE
GRAPES CAKE
STRUDEL
SAVOIA BISCUIT
APPLE FRITTER
PUDDING
TOAST
BREAD
TEMP. °C
220
190
175
235
190
200
200
180
290
200
200
250
230
To turn the oven light on, press switch
.
A
B
Electric ignition of oven burner (optional)
The oven door must always be completely open, before the
burner ignition.
Turn the knob anti-clockwise to the maximum position, then press
button
to ignite the burner.
In case there is no electric current, the burner can also be lighted
using a match.
Fig. 11
Automatic electric ignition (optional)
To ignite the burner, press the knob and turn it anti-clockwise to
the maximum position. Keep it pressed to start up the automatic
ignition of the burner.
In case there is no electric current, the burner can also be lighted
using a match.
USE OF THE ELECTRIC GRILL
ELECTRIC GRILL
Some appliances with gas oven can be fitted with an electric grill.
a – To operate the electric heating element, press button
which
lights up to indicate that the grill is working.
Symbol
, in the models fitted with turnspit, corresponds also
to the turnspit operation.
b – In some other appliances the electric grill can be operated
turning the knob clockwise on position
.
A warning light on the control panel will light up to inform you that
the grill is on.
- In both cases “a-b” the electric grill must be used with half-open
door (see fig.11A) and deflector placed as in (see fig.11B).
USE OF THE GAS GRILL
Manual ignition of the grill
Open the oven door, then turn the oven knob to the right and place
it on the grill position
.
Bring a light match near the holes of the burner placed on the
oven upper part.
USE OF THE TURNSPIT
TURNSPIT (optional)
The turnspit can be fitted with an electric heating element or with
a gas burner. To operate the electric heating element, repeat the
operations described in paragraph ELECTRIC GRILL. To turn on
the gas burner, repeat the operations described in paragraph GAS
.
GRILL and press switch
- Put the food in spit L, paying attention to block it within the two
forks F and to balance it, in order to avoid any unnecessary
effort to motor R.
- Put the spit on support G, after having put its opposite end into
hole P of motor R.
- Place the drip-tray with a little water under the spit.
- Fit the knobs deflector and place the door in half-open position
as in (see fig.11A-B).
- Start up motor R and turn the grill on.
- To remove the shit, operate in the apposite direction using knob
S and a protecting glove in isolating wool.
Fig. 10
Burner with safety device
Repeat the above mentioned procedure, and press the oven knob
at the same time. When the burner is on, keep the knob pressed
for about 10 seconds. In this way the safety valve will be started
up. If for any reason the burner flame goes out, repeat the procedure
as described above.
Electric ignition of grill burner (optional)
The oven door must always be completely open, before the
burner ignition.
Turn the knob clockwise to the grill position
, then press button
to ignite the burner.
In case there is no electric current, the burner can also be lighted
using a match.
R
R
P
P
F
Automatic electric ignition (optional)
To ignite the burner, press the knob and turn it clockwise to the
grill position
. Keep it pressed to start up the automatic ignition
of the burner.
In case there is no electric current, the burner can also be lighted
using a match.
F
L
L
S
S
G
G
R
P
G
How to use the gas grill.
The appliance is foreseen to operate the grill with half-open door
(fig.11A) and with the grid on the third shelf from the oven bottom,
at about 12 cm from the surface, and with the deflector placed as
in (fig.11B). The user can change the shelves, depending on his
personal whishes and on the different food .
Heat the oven 5 minutes before introducing the food.
F
S
Fig. 12
6
L
G
1 – Thermostat knob combined to oven selector (optional)
NATURAL CONVECTION OVENS
The oven is fitted with:
• a lower heating element;
• an upper heating element.
USE OF THE ELECTRIC OVEN
FIRST PART
The first time the oven is used, it may give off acrid smells, caused
by the first heating of isolating panels glue surrounding the oven
(it is necessary to heat up the oven at the maximum
temperature for about 30-40 minutes with closed door).
It is something normal, and in case it will occur, wait for the smoke
to stop before introducing the food into the oven.
The oven is fitted with: a rod shelf for cooking food contained in
oven dishes or placed directly on the rod shelf itself, a drip-tray
for cooking sweets, biscuits, pizzas, etc., or for collecting juices
and fats from food cooked directly on the rod shelf.
Note: The following tables give the main points for cooking some
of the most important dishes. The cooking times recommended
in these tables are approximate. After a few tries, we are sure that
you will be able to adjust the times to get the results you want.
In some models the oven can be fitted with:
• a lower heating element;
• an upper heating element;
• a fan.
It is possible to select the desired temperature into the oven by
turning clockwise the thermostat knob (see fig.13), and depending
on the models, one or more functions:
Oven off
Oven light
1 ÷ 11
Fan motor on
Upper heating element on
Conventional cooking table TAB.B
Dish
Fish
Meat
Roast ox
Roast veal
Chicken
Duck and goose
Leg of mutton
Roast pork
Soufflets
Sweets (pastries)
Tea-cake
Sponge finger
Shortcrust pastry
Puff pastry
Fruit flan
Meringues
Quiches, etc.
4 quarters
Buns
Lower heating element on
Temp. °C.
180-240
Minutes
acc. to size
250
200-220
200-240
220
250
250
200
30 per kg.
60 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
Grill element on (turnspit optional
Fig. 13
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
7
40
)
NOTE: Upper + lower heating elements are turned on between 1
and 11 for static ovens, or also the fan for air forced static ovens.
In some models the silk-screen printing between 1 and 11 has
been replaced by a silk-screen printing in “°C” included between
50°C and 250°C.
Fan oven cooking table TAB. C.
Dish
Firs courses
Lasagne
Oven pasta
Creole rice
Pizza
Meat
Roast veal
Roast pork
Roast ox
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
Upper + lower heating element on
Position Knob
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
°C
50
70
90
110
130
150
170
190
210
230
250
Thermostat knob separate from oven selector
AIR FORCED OVENS
The oven is fitted with:
• an upper heating element;
• a circular heating element surrounding the fan.
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.
Oven thermostat knob
To obtain an oven temperature between 50°C and 250°C, turn
the knob clockwise.
2 – Oven commutator knob (optional)
Depending on the type of oven, it is possible to select one of the
following functions turning the commutator knob clockwise.
Note:
In both cases 1 and 2 all the functions mentioned above switch
the oven internal light on. A warning light on the control panel will
stay lit until the temperature is reached; after it will light up
intermittently.
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Use of the oven
Note: ovens with separate thermostat and commutator.
When the functions
are used, place the thermostat
knob between 180 ÷ 200°C as maximum temperature.
Medium grill
It is indicated for grilling and gratinating small quantities of traditional
food.
This function can be used with closed door for very short times
(5-10 minutes).
For longer times, this function must always be used with half-open
door and control protection in position (see fig.11 A-B). 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
.
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 very quickly and without proteins adulterations.
The thermostat knob must be placed on the maximum position.
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 250°C.
Fan oven
Both the fan and the circular heating element operate together.
The hot air adjustable between 50 and 250°C is evenly distributed
inside the oven. This is ideal for cooking several types of food
(meat, fish) at the same time without affecting taste and smell.
It is indicated for delicate pastries.
Upper heating element
It is indicated for warming up pre-cooked food when placing the
grid on the second shelf from the top, or for defrosting pastry
placing the grid on the first shelf from the bottom.
This function can be used between 50 and 250°C.
Fan assisted total grill
The air which is heated by the grill heating element is circulated
by the fan which distributes the heat on the food.
The fan assisted grill replaces perfectly the turnspit. You can obtain
very good results also with large quantities of poultry, sausage,
red meat.
Lower heating element
This function is particularly indicated for cooking from the bottom,
warming up food or sterilizing glass jars.
It is also indicated for food requiring long and slow cookings, i.e.
casserole.
This function can be used between 50 and 250°C.
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 to sterilize food. This function can be
used between 50 and 250°C.
Total grill + turnspit
Total grill heating element and turnspit motor (see fig.12). It is
indicated for cooking on the spit. This function must always be
used with half-open door and control protection in position (see
fig.11A-B).
Air forced natural convection
The lower and upper heating element operate together with the
fan motor. It is the traditional cooking but with warm air evenly
distributed inside the oven. This function can be used between 50
and 250°C.
Total grill
It is indicated for grilling and gratinating traditional food.
This function must always be used with half-open door and control
protection in position (see fig.11 A-B).
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“LED” PROGRAMMER (Fig. 21)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF CONTROL DEVICES
(ACCORDING TO THE MODELS)
Features
24 hours clock with automatic programme and minutes counter.
MINUTES COUNTERS (Fig.17)
Turn the knob clockwise to set the desired cooking time.
The minutes minder can be adjusted from 1 to 60 minutes.
A sound signal will inform you that the chosen time is up.
55
0
Display
4-figures, 7-segments diplay for cooking times and time of day.
Cooking time and manual function =
saucepan symbol
Automatic function
=
AUTO
Minutes counter
=
bell symbol
The symbols light up when the corresponding functions are
selected.
5
10
50
45
15
20
40
Fig. 17
Functions
Cooking time, cooking end time, manual position, clock,
minutes counter, times to be set up to 23 hours 59 minutes.
35
30
25
Minute timer
Cooking time
A
U
T
O
PROGRAMMER WITH COOKING END TIME (Fig.18)
For a manual operation of the programmer, turn the knob
anticlockwise to
.
Adjust the cooking time by turning the knob clockwise.
Select the cooking time with the relevant knob (max.120 min.).
The oven will switch off automatically when the cooking is up.
Cooking end
Manual
Subtract time
Add time
Fig. 21
Setting
To set, press and release the desired function, and within 5
seconds set the time with + and - buttons.
stop 0
10
120
20
110
30
100
90
Fig. 18
+ and - buttons.
The + and - buttons increase or decrease the time at a speed
depending on how long the button is pressed.
40
50
80
70
60
Setting the time
Press any two buttons (cooking time, end time, minutes counter)
at the same time, and + or - button to set the desired time. This
deletes any previously set programme. The contacts are switched
off and the AUTO symbol flashes.
PCI "Campanil"TR 259 Analogic
Setting the clock
Press the control knob and turn
clockwise.
XI
I
X
II
Alarm programme adjustement
Turn the knob clockwise without
pressing it in. At the end of the
programmed time an alarm will
sound.
To cancel it, turn the knob to the
bell.
XII
Manual use
By pressing the manual button the relay contacts switch on, 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.
IX
III
VIII
IV
Automatic use
Press the cooking time or end time button to switch automatically
from the manual to the automatic function.
V
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.
VI VII
IX X
II III
VI
I
VII
MECHANICAL PROGRAMMER WITH COOKING START/END TIME
Setting the clock: press knob B and turn it anti-clockwise.
Adjustment of starting time: press
knob A and turn it anti-clockwise.
XII I
XI
Adjustment of connection time:
O
turn knob B anti-clockwise without
pressing it in.
A
The end of the connection is
announced by an alarm bell, which
can be stopped by turning knob B to
position 0 without pressing
VII
VI V
it in. Manual connection: turn knob B
B
to position I a without pressing it in.
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.
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
9
end time button the next cooking end time appears on the display.
Set the cooking end time with + button. 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.
Fig. 23
1 Time of the day
2 Timing and insertion
3 Signal timing and
insertion
Minutes counter
Press the minutes counter button and set the cooking time with
+ or - button.
The bell symbol lights up when the minutes counter is operating.
When the set time is up, the sound signal rings and the bell symbol
switches off.
COOKING PROGRAMMER WITH SOUND SIGNAL
HP33 STANDARD (Fig. 24)
Sound signal
The sound signal starts at the end of a programme or of the
minutes counter function and it lasts for 15 minutes.
To stop it, push any one of the functions buttons.
1 - Clock (knob 2)
- Set the exact time of day by pulling and turning knob 2
clockwise.
2 - Cooking time (knob 1, window D)
- Set the cooking time on window D by turning knob 1 clockwise.
- When the set time is up, a sound signal rings.
- Stop it by turning knob 1 clockwise until symbol “0” appears
on window D.
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.
3 – Set start of cooking (knob 2, index C, dial E)
- Turn knob 2 clockwise (without pulling it) until index C is lined
up with the start cooking time on dial E.
A - Manual use (no selection)
- Make sure index C is lined up with the 12 on dial A.
- To switch the oven on, turn knob 1 clockwise until symbol “I”
appears on window D.
- To switch the oven off, turn knob 1 anticlockwise until symbol
“0” appears on window D.
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.
B - Semi-automatic use
Cooking starts immediately and stops automatically when the set
time is up.
- Make sure index C is lined up with the 12 on dial A.
- Set the cooking time on window D.
ELECTRONIC TIMER FOR COOKER (Fig. 23)
Functions
On
The display flashes.
C - Automatic use
The cooking start is delayed at the time set with index C. The
oven switches off automatically when the time is up.
- Keep index C on the desired start time to select it on dial E.
- Set the cooking time on window D.
A
12
C
11
2
7
D
B
9
1
0
10
4
3
F
12
1
6
Timer setting
This function is permanently activated and it will be immediately
set with +/- buttons.
During setting the units are 10 seconds.
During count down the timer takes priority on the display.
The units are seconds.
The maximum time is 99 minutes.
The relay contact (when available) is closed during the count down
only.
3
11
6
10
E
I
2
0
5
Time setting
Press the left button.
Set the time with buttons “+” and “-”.
This function remains activated 7 seconds after the last +/operation.
9
Reset timer
Press “+” and “-” buttons together and release “+” button first.
12
110
10
1
11
Signal frequency
When the display shows the time of day, the signal frequency can
be selected by pressing the “-” button. Three different frequencies
are selectable.
10
12
9
11
110
1
Signal
The signal after time out will stay 7 minutes if it has not been reset
with the “+” button (one touch only).
10
9
OVEN DOOR
For some models, the oven door can be disassembled in the
following way:
hinges A are provided, for this purpose, with two movable jumpers
B; these, once hooked to the hinges slots C, when the door is
completely opened, block them. After that lift the door outward
carring out the two movements shown in the picture. To do that,
operate on the door sides next to the hinges. In order to reassemble the door, introduce the hinges in their relevant slots.
Before closing the door, do not forget to remove the movable
jumpers B.
Attention, in proximity of the oven door hinges, there is hurt danger.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Before cleaning the appliance, disconnect the gas general
tap and unplug the appliance or disconnect power at the main
circuit breaker of the electrical system.
Do not clean the appliance surfaces when still hot.
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.
Fig. 27
B C
GRIDS AND BURNERS
To clean the work-top burners, remove them by pulling upwards
and soak them for about 10 minutes in hot water with a little
detergent. After having cleaned and washed them, wipe them
carefully.
Make sure that no burner hole is clogged.
Clean the burners once a week or more frequently if necessary.
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE ASSEMBLED THE BURNERS IN A
RIGHT WAY.
A
OVEN
Clean the 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.
GLASS-CERAMIC SURFACE
To clean the work-top, you must follow the same precautions you
use to clean the glasses of your house. Soft stains caused by
aluminium pans bottoms can be removed by means of vinegar.
Make sure that sugar does not fall on the work-top during cooking,
if it falls disconnect the relevant hotplate, and clean as soon as
possible with hot water, before it gets cold.
In case there are stains of burnt sugar or similars after cooking,
clean them using a spatule or a razor before the cooking zone
becomes cold (see picture).
SELF-CLEANING OVEN
In some models particular porosity of the oven inside sides enable
to absorb part of the grease, reducing it to little fragments which
can be easily removed.
Make sure that these porosities are never stopped up by big
quantities of overflowing liquids. In this case, clean the part as
soon as the temperature goes down, using specific oven cleansers.
In case of grease stains, clean the oven sides as follows:
let the empty oven operate at max. temperature for about 30
minutes, let it cool down, then clean the sides by means of a damp
cloth.
For some appliances, the self-cleaning side panels and the shelves
frame can be removed.
The shelves holder frame is hooked on to three catches. Simply
press the catches down slightly to remove the frame (Fig. 28A),
and this will also release the self-cleaning side panel (Fig. 28B).
To remove the rear self-cleaning panel (which also acts as the fan
guard), refer to Fig. 28C.
Fig. 25
A
ELECTRIC HOTPLATES
After use, for a good conservation, the hotplate must be slighty
greased by means of a cloth soaked with oil, so that the surface
remains always clean and bright.
This avoids the eventual formation of rust too.
B
INSIDE OVEN GLASS
For some models, the inside glass of the oven door can be
disassembled for an easy cleaning.
In order to disassemble it, unscrew screws B as shown in the
picture.
C
Fig. 26
Fig. 28
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SECOND PART
ROOMS VENTILATION
INSTRUCTIONS DESTINED TO THE USER
GAS APPLIANCES
This appliance is not connected to a device to vent the combustion
products. It must therefore be installed and connected in conformity
with the installation standards in force.
Particular attention must be paid to the standards on ventilation
of the room.
Fig. 29
VENTILATION OF ROOMS
Remember that this appliance can be installed and work in wellventilated rooms only, according to the standards in force, such
as to allow, with openings on the external walls or with special
ducts, a correct natural or forced ventilation ensuring permanently
and sufficiently both the entry of the air needed for correct
combustion and the removal of spent air.
In particular when there is only this gas appliance in the room,
there must be a hood over the appliance to ensure the natural
and direct removal of spent air, with a vertical straight duct of
length equal to at least twice the diameter and a minimum section
of at least 100 cm2.
For the indispensable entry of fresh air into the room there must
be a similar 100 cm2 opening directly to the outside, situated at
a height near floor level so that it is not blocked either inside or
outside the wall and so as not to cause disturbances to correct
burners combustion and to the regular removal of spent air and
with a difference of height with respect to the outlet opening of at
least 180 cm.
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).
In all other cases, i.e. when there are other gas appliances in the
same room, or when natural direct ventilation is not possible and
natural indirect or forced ventilation must be installed, contact a
qualified specialist who will install and make the ventilation system,
scrupulously observing the regulations contained in the standards
in force.
The openings must be so positioned that there are no draughts
of air which cannot be tolerated by the occupants.
Moreover to eliminate combustion products, it is forbidden to use
flues already used by other appliances.
850
1430
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
595
600
WARNINGS
Before performing any repair or operation, switch the appliance
off and close the gas tap. The qualified engineer is responsible
for correct installation according to the safety standards in
force.
The earthing of the appliance is legally binding.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any damage to
persons, animals or things caused by failure to observe the above
mentioned rules.
The technical data are indicated on the data nameplate placed
on the rear of the appliance.
The adjustment conditions are stated on the label applied on the
packaging and on the appliance.
Do not use the oven door handle to move the appliance, such as
to remove it from the packaging.
The appliance is in class 1 or class 2 subclass 1.
For the electric the appliance is in class Y.
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: The coating of the 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 the table below.
min. 20mm
min. 180 cm.
min. 180 cm.
min. 400 mm
min. 20mm
min.100 mm
min. 50 mm
min. 650 mm
min. 50 mm
electric fan
min. 100cm2.
min. 100cm2.
230 V ~
Fig. 33
1
2
3
4
5
L1
N
E
GAS CONNECTION
Fig. 30
The cooker is fitted with 4 legs for an eventual alignment in height
with the furniture.
We recommend to check wether the appliance has been foreseen
for the kind of gas distributed.
The appliance must be connected to the gas piping in a workmanlike
way and in conformity with the regulations in force which lay down
the installation of a safety valve at the end of the piping.
For butane and propane a pressure reducer conforming to the
standards in force may perform this task.
REG. MAX 15mm
Fig. 31
12
400 V 2N~
L1
L2
N
E
1
2
3
4
5
400 V 3N~
1
2
3
4
5
L1
L2
L3
N
E
The seal gaskets must be in accordance with rules.
Once the gas appliance has been connected, check the connection
seal by means of soapy water.
The end of the attachment is threaded.
The possible connections are:
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Connection of the appliance to the power mains should be done
by a licensed electrician familiar with local safety regulations.
This appliance must be earthed by law. Before connecting
the appliance to the electrical supply, check that the earth
system in your house is working correctly.
Check that unit voltage and power, marked on the rating plate
applied on the appliance, are correct for the supply. It is necessary
that the feeding network is protected by a powerful switch able to
disconnect completely the network with a contacts separation of
at least 3 mm. Be sure that the earth wire green/yellow is not
interrupted by the switch.
Important: The wires in the mains lead are so coloured:
- green/yellow = earth " "
- blue
= neutral “N”
- brown
= live “L”
The wire coloured green/yellow must be connected to the terminal
in the plug which is marked with letter 'E' or by the earth symbol
or coloured green or green/yellow. The wire coloured blue must
be connected to the terminal which is marked with letter 'N' or
coloured black. The wire coloured brown must be connected to
the terminal which is marked with letter 'L' or coloured red. The
supply cable must not come into contact with any component the
temperature of which exceeds the ambient temperature by 50°C.
If a plug is used for connection, the plug to be connected to the
supply cable and the socket to which it is connected must be of
the same type (conforming to the standards). Easy access to the
plug or the switch is ensured once the appliance is installed. Ensure
that there is sufficient cable allowed for any subsequent removal
of the unit. If the plug is non-rewireable, pay attention to the
following points: the plug must never be cut by the supply cord.
There is shock hazard when this plug is inserted in a socket-outlet
elsewhere in the house. Never use the plug without the fuse cover
fitted. Referring to the pertinent spare parts, apply to the appliance's
supplier. The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any
damage to persons or things caused by failure to observe
the rules indicated above.
Fig. 34
1/2”
- by rigid pipe in iron or copper
- by flexible tube in stainless steel with continuing wall, with
mechanical connection in accordance with rules. The tube must
be directly connected to the manifold elbow (see Fig.34).
- by the insertion of a rubber tube in accordance with rules.
This tube must be connected directly on the push-on connector,
concerning the gas used, and it must be blocked with a band.
In the last case, check the tube's printed date of expiry and
replace it before this date.
WARNINGS
Concerning rubber flexible tubes (max. length 1500 mm), we
remember you:
1 - to avoid the tube to be narrowed or crushed
2 - do not submit it to traction or torsion efforts
3 - to avoid contact with sharp edges, etc...
4 - to avoid contact with parts reaching temperatures over 70°C
the ambient temperature
5 - to ensure that they can be checked for all their length.
Appliance type
HOSE
ATTACHMENT
FOR LIQUID
GAS
HOSE
ATTACHMENT
FOR NATURAL
GAS
All gas
All gas with electric grill
Alla gas + 1 electric plate
Alla gas + 2 electric plate
All gas with electric oven
All gas with electric oven + 1 plate
All gas with electric oven + 2 plate
F
F
Fig. 35
Some models with single-phase supply can be supplied from a
three phase source by performing the following.
If the connecting tube must be passed behind the appliance,
observe the regulations of the picture, making sure in the last case
that the tube is kept in support A.
Move the connection U bolts depending on the type of supply (see
table below).
230 V ~
BACK SIDE
1
2
3
4
5
L1
N
Fig. 38
400 V 2N~
L1
L2
N
E
E
1
2
3
4
5
400 V 3N~
1
2
3
4
5
L1
L2
L3
N
E
Connect the supply cable of appropriate section:
A
170
Type of appliance
Flexible tube entry
Single-phase supply 230V~
Type of cable
Section
Rubber H05 RR-F 3 x 0,75 mm2
Rubber H05 RR-F
3 x 1 mm2
Rubber H05 RR-F
3 x 1 mm2
Rubber H05 RR-F
3 x 1,5 mm2
Rubber H05 RR-F
3 x 1,5 mm2
Rubber H05 RR-F
3 x 1,5 mm2
Rubber H05 RR-F
3 x 2,5 mm2
Inflexible tube entry
Fig. 36
Single-phase
connection 230V~
Three-phase connection
400V 2N~
400V 3N~
4 plates
Rubber H05 RR-F
Rubber H05 RR-F
Rubber H05 RRF
Section
3 x 4 mm2 (*)
4 x 2,5mm2 (*)
5 x 1,5mm2 (*)
NB: Keeping into consideration the simultaneity coefficient of 0,75
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TAB. D
Kind of gas
GAS ADJUSTMENT
If the appliance is foreseen to operate with a type of gas different
from the suitable supply gas, proceed as follows: change the
injectors, adjust the minimum flow of the burners, change the
push-on connector.
In order to change the work-top injectors, it is necessary to act as
follows: remove the grids, remove burners and flame-spreaders
(see fig.A), change the injector (see fig.B) and replace it with
another one suitable for the new type of gas (see table D). Reassemble everything in the opposite direction, paying attention to
place the flame-spreader in the right way on the burner.
NATURAL
G.P.L.
BUTANE
PROPANE
HOB
B
A
B
A
D
4 BURNERS
A
E
C
GENERAL INJECTORS TABLE
mbar Nozzle
Burners
Potenza Watt Consumo
N.
Posizione-tipo
max. min.
max.
118 A-Rapide
3000
750
286 l/h
20
97 B,C-Semi rapide
1750
440
167 l/h
72 D-Auxiliary
1000
300
95 l/h
140 A-Triple crown
3500 1500
317 l/h
115 Oven
3100 1000
296 l/h
100 Grill
2100
200 l/h
30
28
37
85
65
50
94
82
73
A-Rapide
B,C-Semi rapide
D-Auxiliary
A-Triple crown
Oven
Grill
3000
1750
1000
3300
3100
2100
750
440
300
1500
1000
219 g/h
128 g/h
73 g/h
255 g/h
226 g/h
153 g/h
C
MINIMUM FLOW ADJUSTMENT FOR WORK-TOP TAPS
In order to adjust the minimum, act as follows: switch the burner
on, and turn the knob towards the minimum flow position .
Remove the knob from the tap, introduce a little screwdriver in the
tap rod (fig. 43).
Attention: in taps with security valve, the minimum adjusting screw
“Z” is placed outside the rod tap (fig. 44).
D
3 BURNERS
1 EL. PLATE
E = Ø145mm
1000 ÷ 1500W
Fig. 39
Z
To change the oven injector, it is necessary to act as follows: open
the oven door, remove the lower side of the oven (see fig.C),
unscrew screw C and disassemble the oven burner (see fig.D).
Change the injector (see fig.E) and replace it with another one
suitable for the new gas type (see table D).
Re-assemble everything in the opposite direction, paying attention
to place the burner in the right way on its rear slot.
Fig. 43
C
Fig. 44
D
Unscrew the adjusting screw in order to increase the flow or screw
it to decrease the flow.
The right adjustment is obtained when the flame has a length of
about 3 or 4 mm.
For butane/propane gas, the adjusting screw must be tight screwed.
Make sure that the flame does not go out passing quickly from
the max. flow
to the minimum flow
and viceversa .
Assemble the knob again.
C
E
MINIMUM FLOW ADJUSTMENT FOR OVEN THERMOSTAT
In order to adjust the minimum, act as follows: switch the burner
on turning the knob to the maximum position.
Remove the knob and unscrew of some turns the by-pass screw
(fig. 45).
Assemble the knob and let the oven warm up for 15 minutes; after
that turn the knob to the minimum position.
After having removed the knob once again, making sure that the
thermostat rod has not been moved, screw slightly the above
mentioned by-pass screw, to obtain a flame of 3 or 4 mm of length.
For butane/propane gas, the adjusting screw must be tight screwed.
Make sure that the flame does not extinguish passing quickly from
the maximum flow to the minimum flow, and closing and opening
the oven door (the oven door must be closed softly).
Attention: for taps with safety device, the minimum adjusting screw
“T” is on the outside of the tap rod (fig. 46).
Fig. 41
To change the grill injector, it is necessary to act as follows: open
the oven door, unscrew screw C and disassemble the grill burner
(see fig.F). Change the injector (see fig.G) and replace it with
another one suitable for the new gas type (see table D).
Re-assemble everything in the opposite direction, paying attention
to place the burner in the right way on its rear slot.
G
F
C
T
Fig. 45
Fig. 42
14
Fig. 46
Clean the cone and its slot by means of a cloth soaked with diluent.
Slightly grease the cone with the relevant grease, put it in its slot,
and turn it some times. Remove the cone again, remove the
exceeding grease making sure the gas entries are not obstructed
by grease residuals. Assemble everything carefully in the opposite
direction check the connection seal by means of soapy water.
APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE
WARNINGS
Before performing any repair or operation, switch the appliance
off and close the gas tap.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any damage to
persons, animals or things caused by failure to observe the rules
indicated above.
The oven lamp used is of a special type withstanding high
temperatures. To replace it, act as follows: disassemble the
protecting glass (A) and replace the burnt lamp with one of the
same type. Reassemble the protecting glass.
TAPS REPLACEMENT
Act as follows: open the work-top and disassemble also the control
panel as described on the previous paragraph. Unscrew screw
nut D of the gas tube supplying the burner. Unscrew screw V fixing
the tap to the bridle and remove it (see picture).
Note: Every time the tap is replaced, it is necessary to replace the
seal gasket too check the connection seal by means of soapy
water.
E 14
15 W - 230 V~
T300°C
A
D
Fig. 46 bis
15
V
DISASSEMBLE OF WORK-TOP
In case it is necessary to repair or replace the inside components,
act as follows:
Remove the grids, remove burners and flame-spreaders (see
fig. 47), unscrew the visible screws “V” placed on the work-top
(see fig. 48). Disassemble the work-top by unscrewing the 4 rear
screws “A” (see fig. 49). In this way it is possible to lift the worktop and to reach the inside components.
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Fig. 51
V
D-E
Fig. 47
Fig. 48
A
GAS OVEN WITH
WATT
GRILL HEATING ELEMENT
2000
CONVENTIONAL OVEN
WATT
UPPER ELEMENT
850
LOWER ELEMENT
1200
GRILL ELEMENT
850+1050
MULTIFUNCIONAL OVEN
Fig. 49
D-E
UPPER ELEMENT
850
LOWER ELEMENT
1200
GRILL ELEMENT
- To disassemble the control panel, unscrew the 3 internal screws
fixing the control panel to the oven face.
A
WATT
GREASING OF TAPS
If a tap becomes hard to be turned, grease it using a specific
grease withstanding high temperatures. Act as follows: open the
work-top and disassemble also the control panel as described on
the previous paragraph. Unscrew the two fixing screws from the
burner body (see picture) and remove the cone.
850+1050
FANNED ELEMENT
2100
AIR FORCED OVEN
WATT
GRILL ELEMENT
2000
FANNED ELEMENT
2100
ELECTRIC PLATE
Ø mm
WATT
(A-C) 145
1000
RAPID
(D) 180
2000
STANDARD
(E) 180
1500
STANDARD
Fig. 50
N.B.: the rapid electric plates are marked with a red dot.
15
Fig. 52
E
C
A
D
AREA FOR CERAMIC HOB
Ø mm
WATT
HALOGEN
or RADIANT
(1-2) 200
1700
1800
RADIANT
or RADIANT
(4)
230
1700
2100
RADIANT
(3)
165
1200
Fig. 53
2
4
1
3
D-E
Fig. 54
D-E
Fig. 55
A
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