Simpson 61F817W, 74F864WNG, 62F854W User manual

Simpson 61F817W, 74F864WNG, 62F854W User manual
Instruction
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Manual
Contents
General safety warnings
4
Cooking symbols
4
Electric cooker controls
5
Gas cooker controls
7
The parts of your electric cooker
8
The parts of your gas cooker
11
Using the oven of your electric cooker
Baking
Fan baking
Preheating the oven
Oven safety warnings
13
13
13
13
13
Using the grill of your electric cooker
Grilling (separate grill models)
Grilling (grill in oven models)
Grill safety warnings
14
14
14
14
Using the hotplates of your electric cooker 15
Radiant hotplates
15
Solid hotplates
15
Ceramic hotplates
15
Hotplate safety warnings
16
Choosing utensils
16
Using the oven of your gas cooker
Baking
Fan Baking
Lighting the oven
Preheating the oven
17
17
17
17
17
Using the grill of your gas cooker
Grilling
Lighting the grill
Grill safety warnings
18
18
18
18
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Using the hotplate burners of your gas cooker 19
Manual ignition burners
19
Electronic ignition burners
19
Hotplate safety warnings
19
Oven cooking guide
20
Handling baking & grilling problems
21
Cleaning the cooker
Safety warnings about cleaning
Cleaning the electric cooktop
Cleaning the gas cooktop
Cleaning the grill compartment
Cleaning the oven
22
22
22
23
23
25
Solving problems on your electric cooker 27
Solving problems on your gas cooker 28
Installing the electric cooker
Safety warnings about installation
Wiring requirements
29
29
29
Fitting the anti-tilt plate & stabilising bolt 30
Installing the gas cooker
Safety warnings about installation
Locating the cooker
Checking gas pressures
Checking pipe size
Gas connection
31
31
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32
32
33
Testing the operation of the gas cooker
Checking gas supply
Natural gas
Testing the cooker features
34
34
34
35
Warranties
New Zealand warranty
Australian warranty
36
36
General Safety Warnings
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DO NOT allow young children to use the cooker.
DO NOT touch surfaces when they are hot.
DO NOT use the cooker as a heater.
DO NOT spray aerosols near the cooker.
DO NOT store flammable materials in or under the cooker.
ALWAYS stay with children and infirm people when they use the cooker.
ALWAYS keep vents clear to avoid fires.
ALWAYS keep the cooker clean to avoid fires.
ALWAYS ensure the rear feet are engaged into the floor mounted anti-tilt
plate to prevent the cooker from tipping.
ALWAYS ensure the stabilising bolt behind the kickpanel is positioned into
the hole in the floor to prevent the cooker from moving.
Cooking Guide Symbols
In this booklet you will see the following symbols which will help you follow the
instructions more easily.
Gas Cookers
Electric Cookers
Hotplate burners
Hotplates
Grilling (grill in oven models)
Grilling
Grilling (separate grill models)
Fan baking
Fan baking
Baking
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Baking
Electric Cooker Controls
Front Control Grill in Oven
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1
2
1. Hotplate Control Knob
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
• Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Grill/Oven temperature control Knob
• Turns grill on.
(See page 14 for more information).
• Sets temperature for baking.
(See page 13 for more information).
3. Grill/Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when the Grill/Oven temperature control knob is operated.
• Cycles on and off automatically when baking.
Front Control Separate Grill
2
3
1
1. Hotplate Control Knob
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
• Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when a hotplate is turned on.
3. Oven Light Switch (where fitted)
• Turns oven light on/off.
4. Grill Temperature Control Knob
• Sets grilling temperature for separate grill.
Can be turned in either direction.
(See page 14 for more information).
5. Grill Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when grilling.
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4
7
6
8
6. Oven Temperature Control
Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
(See page 13 for more information).
7. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when the oven temperature control knob is
operated. Cycles on and off automatically when baking.
8. 60 Minute Ringer Timer (where fitted)
• Sets reminder time.
• To set the timer:
Turn the knob to the required number of minutes. When the
time has elapsed the timer will give a short ring.
NB: For times below 20 minutes, turn the knob past 20
minutes and then back to the required number of minutes.
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Electric Cooker Controls
Rear Control
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4
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1. Hotplate Control Knob
• Adjusts temperature of hotplate.
• Can be rotated in either direction.
2. Hotplate Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when a hotplate is turned on.
3. Grill Temperature Control Knob
• Sets grilling temperature for separate grill.
Can be turned in either direction.
(See page 14 for more information).
4. Grill Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when grilling.
5. Oven Temperature Control Knob
• Sets temperature for baking.
(See page 13 for more information).
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6. Oven Indicator Lamp
• Comes on when the oven
temperature control knob is
operated. Cycles on and off
automatically when baking.
7. 60 Minute Ringer Timer (where fitted)
• Sets reminder time.
• To set the timer:
Turn the knob to the required number of minutes. When
the time has elapsed the timer will give a short ring.
NB: For times below 20 minutes, turn the knob past 20
minutes and then back to the required number of minutes.
Gas Cooker Controls
Manual Ignition Models
2
3
4
1
5
4. Oven Burner Control Knob
1. Hotplate Burner Control Knob
• Sets the baking temperature.
• Sets the hotplate cooking temperature.
• To operate push knob in and
To operate push knob in and turn anti-clockwise to “High”.
turn anti-clockwise about a quarter of a turn.
• Ignite the selected burner with a hand held igniter.
• While keeping the control knob depressed, ignite
2. Grill Burner Control Knob
the oven burner by pushing the manual oven igniter
• Sets the grilling temperature.
button.
• To operate push knob in and turn anti-clockwise to “High”.
• Ignite the grill burner by pushing the manual grill igniter 5. Manual Oven Igniter Button
• Ignites the oven burner.
button.
Note: The oven burner control knob has to be held
3. Manual Grill Igniter Button
down first (see page 17 for more information).
• Ignites the grill burner.
Note: The grill burner control knob has to be set to “High”
first. (see page 18 for more information).
Electronic Ignition Model
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6
5
4
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1. Hotplate Burner Control Knob
• Sets the hotplate cooking temperature.
• To operate, push knob in and turn anti-clockwise to “High”.
• Ignite the selected burner by pushing the electronic igniter
switch.
2. Grill Burner Control Knob
• Sets the grilling temperature.
• To operate, push knob in and turn anti-clockwise to “High”.
• Ignite the grill burner by pushing the electronic igniter switch.
3. Oven Burner Control Knob
• Sets the baking temperature.
• To operate, push knob in and turn anti-clockwise about a
quarter of a turn.
• While keeping the control knob depressed, ignite the oven
burner by pushing the electronic igniter switch.
3
4. Electronic Igniter Switch
• Ignites the hotplate burners, grill burner and oven
burner.
Note: The appropriate burner control knob has to
be set first.
5. Fan Switch
• Turns oven fan on/off.
6. Light Switch
• Turns oven light on/off.
7. 60 Minute Ringer Timer
• Sets reminder time.
• To set the timer:
Turn the knob to the required number of minutes. When
the time has elapsed the timer will give a short ring.
NB: For times below 20 minutes, turn the knob past 20
minutes and then back to the required number of minutes.
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The Parts of your Electric Cooker
Check the parts of your cooker against the diagram below before you use your cooker for the first time.
FRONT CONTROL GRILL IN OVEN
Conventional Oven Only
7.
1.
2.
8.
3.
4.
5.
9.
10.
6.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
1.
Hob
8.
Grill Element
2.
Control Panel
9.
Removable Shelf
3.
Slide Out Grill Heat Deflector
10. Oven Element
4.
Removable Grill Dish & Rack
11. Removable Oven Door
5.
Removable Shelf Side Support
12. Rear Adjustable Feet
6.
Removable Oven Element Support Shield
13. Anti-tilt Plate
7.
Removable Splashback
14. Removable Kick Panel
15. Front Adjustable Feet
8
The Parts of your Electric Cooker
Check the parts of your cooker against the diagrams before you use your cooker for the first time.
FRONT CONTROL SEPARATE GRILL
Fan Forced & Conventional Oven
11.
1.
2.
12.
3.
4.
13.
5.
14.
6.
15.
7.
8.
16.
9.
17.
10.
18.
19.
20.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Hob
Control Panel
Removable Grill Dish Side Support
Removable Grill Dish & Rack
Grill Door
Removable Shelf
Removable Shelf Side Support
Removable Oven Element Support Shield
(conventional models only)
9. Removable Oven Door
10. Removable Inner Door Glass
11. Removable Splash Back
12. Grill Reflector
13. Grill Element
14. Removable Fan & Element Cover
(Fan forced models only)
15. Oven Element
(Fan forced models only)
16. Oven Element
(conventional models only)
17. Rear Adjustable Feet
18. Removable Kick Panel
19. Anti-tilt Plate
20. Front Adjustable Feet
9
The Parts of your Electric Cooker
Check the parts of your cooker against the diagrams before you use your cooker for the first time.
REAR CONTROL
Fan Forced & Conventional Oven
11.
1.
2.
3.
4.
12.
5.
13.
6.
14.
7.
15.
8.
16.
17.
18.
9.
10.
19.
20.
21.
1.
Hob Support
2.
Lift Up Hob
3.
Removable Spill Tray
4.
Removable Grill Element Reflector
5.
Removable Grill Dish Side Support
6.
Grill Door
7.
Removable Shelf
8.
Removable Shelf Side Support
9.
Removable Oven Door
10. Removable Inner Door Glass
11. Control Panel
10
12. Grill Element
13. Removable Grill Dish & Rack
14. Removable Fan & Element Cover
(fan forced models only)
15. Oven Element (fan forced models only)
16. Oven Element (conventional models only)
17. Removable Oven Element Support Shield
(conventional models only)
18. Rear Adjustable Feet
19. Anti-tilt Plate
20. Removable Kick Panel
21. Front Adjustable Feet
The Parts of your Gas Cooker
Check the parts of your cooker against the diagram below before you use your cooker for the first time.
FLAT HOB COOKER
Conventional Oven Only
10.
1.
2.
11.
3.
12.
4.
13.
5.
6.
7.
8.
14.
9.
15.
16.
17.
1.
Removable Trivet
10. Splashback
2.
Removable Hotplate Burner
11. Hob
3.
Control Panel
12. Grill Burner
4.
Removable Grill Dish Side Support
13. Removable Grill Dish and Rack
5.
Grill Door
14. Rear Adjustable Feet
6.
Removable Shelf Side Support
15. Anti-tilt Plate
7.
Removable Shelf
16. Removable Kick Panel
8.
Removable Oven Airwash Door
17. Front Adjustable Feet
9.
Removable Oven Door Glass
11
The Parts of your Gas Cooker
Check the parts of your cooker against the diagram below before you use your cooker for the first time.
UPSWEPT HOB COOKER
Fan Forced & Conventional Oven
10.
11.
1.
2.
12.
3.
13.
4.
14.
5.
15.
6.
7.
16.
17.
8.
9.
18.
19.
20.
12
1.
Removable Trivet
12. Hob
2.
Removable Hotplate Burner
13. Grill Burner
3.
Control Panel
14. Removable Grill Dish and Rack
4.
Removable Grill Dish Side Support
15. Removable Fan Cover
5.
Grill Door
6.
Removable Shelf Side Support
7.
Removable Shelf
8.
Removable Oven Airwash Door
17. Rear Adjustable Feet
9.
Removable Oven Door Glass
18. Anti-tilt Plate
(fan forced ovens only)
16. Oven Burner Cover
(fan forced ovens only)
10. Splashback
19. Removable Kick Panel
11. Flue Vent
20. Front Adjustable Feet
Using the Oven of your Electric Cooker
Baking (conventional oven models)
•
In the oven, heat comes from the element below the food
(see diagram opposite).
•
The element is controlled by the thermostat which sets the
oven temperature. During baking the thermostat turns on
and off to keep the set temperature.
Note: If you are only baking on one shelf, then cook in the
lower half of the oven.
Fan Baking (Fan forced oven models)
•
With fan forced ovens, heat comes from the element
surrounding the fan (see diagram opposite).
•
The fan circulates the hot air and so the temperature is
more even throughout the oven.
•
Fan baking:
– cooks faster and at lower temperatures than
conventional baking
– is good when you are cooking food on different shelves at
the same time.
Note: Some variation in browning is normal with a fan forced oven.
Preheating the oven
We recommend that you preheat your oven before you put the food in to be cooked.
1. Set the required temperature.
2. When the indicator light goes out, put the food in the oven, close the door and set the timer.
Oven Safety Warnings
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ALWAYS follow the instructions for putting the shelves and fittings into the oven, to avoid
accidents.
DO NOT line the oven with foil.
DO NOT use polyunsaturated oil when cooking in the oven. This type of oil can cause heavy
deposits inside the oven.
DO NOT touch the hot surfaces or heating elements inside the oven.
DO NOT use the oven door as a shelf.
DO NOT push down on the open oven door.
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Using the Grill of your Electric Cooker
Grilling (separate grill models)
•
The grill directs heat onto food from the powerful upper
element (see diagram opposite).
•
The grill is suitable for tender cuts of meat, steak, chops,
sausages, fish, toasted cheese and other foods which cook
quickly.
Note:
The grill should be preheated before cooking to seal natural juices of meat.
The grill door MUST be left open during grilling.
Grilling (grill in oven models)
•
The grill directs heat onto food from the powerful upper
element (see diagram opposite).
•
The grill is suitable for tender cuts of meat, steak, chops,
sausages, fish, toasted cheese and other foods which cook
quickly.
Note:
The grill should be preheated before cooking to seal
natural juices of meat. The oven door MUST be left
partially open. This is achieved by closing the oven door until the ajar position is reached.
The grill deflector located in the top of the oven above the grill element must also be pulled out
to the stop position before you start grillling.
The full width grill dish can be used in any of the two height positions provided at the top of the
shelf side supports.
Grill Safety Warnings
•
ALWAYS turn off the grill immediately after you have finished cooking. Fat left in the grill can catch
fire.
•
ALWAYS leave the grill door fully open when grilling in a separate grill model.
•
ALWAYS leave the oven door partially open when grilling in a grill in oven model.
•
ALWAYS make sure that grill trays are fitted into the grill according to instructions.
•
DO NOT line the grill rack with foil.
•
DO NOT leave the grill unattended.
•
DO NOT touch the hot surfaces or elements inside the grill and keep children away until grill has
cooled.
•
DO NOT place thick pieces of food under the grill. Food may catch fire.
•
DO NOT store flammable materials near the grill.
NOTE: Condensation in grill compartment is normal.
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Using the Hotplates of your Electric Cooker
Check the hotplates on your cooker against the diagrams below before you use your cooker for the first time.
Radiant hotplates
•
The high-speed radiant hotplates (see diagram
opposite) heat rapidly from a cold start. This saves
power.
Front control models
•
The hotplates have a tray underneath the hob which
collects spilt liquids. The radiant elements can swivel
and the trim rings removed for cleaning of this tray.
Rear control models
•
The hotplates have a tray under the hob which collects
spilt liquids. This tray can be removed by sliding it out
through the open grill door or by lifting up the hob.
•
The radiant elements also swivel for easy cleaning.
Solid hotplates
•
The strong solid-cast hotplates (see diagram opposite)
give wide contact for fast, efficient cooking.
•
The hotplates are sealed all around which means
that spilt liquids do not go under the hotplates.
•
Solid hotplates are CERASHIELD coated. This makes
the hotplates scratchproof and easy to care for. They
can withstand temperatures up to 600°C. They do
not smoke or smell when you first use them.
Ceramic hotplates
•
The cooktop is made from ceramic glass. This is a
tough material which will last a long time. It can heat
up and cool down without breaking.
•
The ceramic glass can hold heavy utensils BUT hitting
it with sharp objects can break it.
•
The smooth glass surface has a pattern to show
where the elements under the glass are located (see
diagram opposite).
•
When a hotplate is on, the hot surface warning light
(see diagram opposite), will come on. This light will
continue to glow until the temperature of the hotplate
drops below 60°C.
Hot Surface
Warning Light
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Using the Hotplates of your Electric Cooker
Hotplate Safety Warnings
•
DO NOT leave the hotplate on with no pot or pan on top.
•
DO NOT use pots and pans which are unsteady, as these could overbalance.
•
DO NOT use asbestos mats or heat diffusers. These will cause a temperature build-up which can
damage the cooktop.
•
DO NOT allow pots or pans to boil dry. This could damage the hotplate and/or the cooktop.
•
DO NOT let cooking utensils get too close to the hotplate control knobs.
•
DO NOT use the cooktop as a kitchen bench.
•
DO NOT let children on or near the cooktop.
Ceramic hotplates
•
ALWAYS switch the cooker off if the ceramic glass top is cracked or broken.
•
DO NOT use aluminium foil on the ceramic hotplates.
Note:
Stored heat in the hotplate can be used for the last few minutes of cooking.
Simply turn off the control.
Choosing Utensils
Look at this diagram below which shows you which utensils to use on the hotplates and which utensils
should not be used.
GOOD
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BAD
BAD
BAD
BAD
BAD
BAD
(recessed base)
(convex base)
(undersize)
(oversize)
(moisture on hotplate)
(no utensil)
•
ALWAYS use pots and pans with flat bottoms. Uneven or thin bottoms will waste electricity and cook
slowly.
•
ALWAYS use pots and pans which are slightly larger than the hotplate. Small pans waste electricity.
•
ALWAYS put pots and pans which are dry on the hotplates.
•
DO NOT use pots and pans which are too large. Pans which overhang the hotplate more than 50 mm
can damage enamel cooktops.
Using the Oven of your Gas Cooker
Baking
•
•
•
With conventional oven models heat comes from the burner
below the food (see diagram opposite).
The burner is controlled by the thermostat which sets the oven
temperature.
There is a variation in temperature between the bottom and the
top of the oven. The bottom shelf is the coolest and the top shelf
is the hottest.
Fan Baking (Fan forced oven models)
•
With fan forced ovens, heat comes from the burner below the
food (see diagram opposite).
• The fan circulates the hot air and so the temperature is more
even throughout the oven.
• Fan baking:
– cooks faster and at lower temperatures than
conventional baking
– is good when you are cooking food on different shelves
at the the same time.
NOTE: We recommend that you preheat your oven before you turn
the fan on.
Lighting the oven
1. Press the oven burner control knob and turn it a quarter of the way.
For manual ignition models
2. Keep the oven burner control knob pushed in and at the same time press the oven igniter button on the
right hand side of the control panel.
For electronic ignition models
2. Keep the oven burner control knob pushed in and at the same time press the electronic igniter switch on
the right hand side of the control panel.
3. Hold the control knob for about 20 seconds when the burner lights, before releasing it.
From a cold start the oven burner flame will look
similar to the diagram opposite
NOTE: If the oven does not light within 10 seconds, or the flame goes out after you release the oven burner
control knob, follow these steps:
1. Turn the oven burner control knob back to the start position and let go.
2. Open the oven door to stop gas building up.
3. Wait one minute and repeat the steps to light the oven.
Preheating the oven
We recommend that you preheat your oven before you put the food in to be cooked.
The following table tells you how long it takes to preheat a cold oven to different temperatures.
Set temperature
Heating time
150°C
5 minutes
200°C
8 minutes
250°C
12 minutes
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Using the Grill of your Gas Cooker
Grilling
•
The grill works by directing heat onto the food.
(see diagram opposite).
•
The grill is suitable for tender cuts of meat, steak chops,
sausages, fish, toasted cheese and other foods which cook quickly.
Lighting the grill
NOTE: Before you cook on the grill for the first time, turn the grill on for fifteen minutes
with 10 mm of water in the bottom of the grill dish. This will remove
oils left on the grill during manufacture.
1. Press the grill burner control knob and turn it all the way.
For manual ignition models
2. Press the manual igniter button on the left hand side of the control panel.
For electronic ignition models
2. Press the electronic igniter switch on the right hand side of the panel.
NOTE: If the grill does not light after 8 seconds, follow these steps:
1. Turn the grill burner control knob back to the start position and let go.
2. Wait 15 seconds for the gas to clear and repeat the steps to light the grill.
NOTE: For best results the grill should be preheated for 3 minutes before cooking to seal the natural
juices of meat.
The grill door MUST be left open during grilling.
Grill Safety Warnings
•
ALWAYS turn the grill off immediately after you have finished cooking. Fat left in the grill can catch
fire.
•
ALWAYS leave the grill door open during grilling.
•
ALWAYS make sure that grill trays are fitted into the grill according to instructions.
•
DO NOT line the chrome grill rack with foil.
•
DO NOT leave the grill unattended.
•
DO NOT touch the hot surfaces inside the grill and keep children away until the grill has cooled.
•
DO NOT place thick pieces of food under the grill. Food may catch fire.
•
DO NOT store flammable materials near the grill.
NOTE: Condensation in grill compartment is normal.
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Using the Hotplate Burners of your Gas Cooker
Check the hotplates on your cooker against the diagrams below before you use your cooker for the first time.
NOTE: To save gas, place pots and pans centrally over the burners and adjust gas so that flames do not go
past edges.
What it is
What it is used for
1
Low heat burner
5.1MJ/h
• Used for simmering
• Used with small pots and pans
2&3
Medium heat burners
9.0MJ/h
• Used for normal cooking
• Used with middle size pots & pans
4
High heat burner
12.4MJ/h
• Used for fast heating
• Used with large size pots & pans
Manual ignition models
1
2
4
3
To light these hotplates:
1. Choose the hotplate you want to use.
2. Turn the hotplate burner control knob to “High”.
3. Light with a hand held lighter eg match.
Electronic ignition models
To light these hotplates:
1. Choose the hotplate you want to use.
2. Turn the hotplate burner control knob to “High”.
3. Press electronic igniter switch on control panel to release sparks to the
burner.
Hotplate Safety Warnings
•
ALWAYS make sure that burner caps are in right positions.
•
DO NOT leave the hotplate on with no pot or pan on the hotplate.
•
DO NOT use asbestos mats or heat diffusers. These will cause a temperature build-up which can damage
the enamel.
•
DO NOT let large pots or pans overhang the cooktop. This may scorch the benchtops next to the cooker.
•
DO NOT let pots or pans boil dry. This can damage the enamel on the cooktop.
•
DO NOT let cooking utensils get too close to the hotplate control knobs.
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Oven Cooking Guide
The following is intended as a guide and experience may show some slight variation to be necessary to meet individual
requirements.
FOOD
Scones
Plain or Fruit
Biscuits
Rolled
Spooned
Shortbread Biscuits
Macaroons
Meringues
Hard - Individual
Soft - Individual
Pavlova - 6 egg
Cakes
Patty Cakes
Sponge - 4 egg
Plain Butter Cake
Nut Loaf
Boiled Fruit Cake
Rich Fruit Cake
Pastry - Shortcrust
Cornish Pasties
Custard Tart
Steak & Kidney Pie
Pastry Choux
Cream Puffs
Yeast Goods
Buns
Bread
Puddings
Chocolate
Cheese Souffle - 4 egg
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TEMPERATURE & TIME
CONVENTIONAL OVEN
TEMPERATURE & TIME
FAN FORCED OVEN
230°C//10 - 12 MINS
210°C//10 - 12 MINS
180°C//10 - 15 MINS
190°C//10 - 15 MINS
170°C//20 - 25 MINS
160°C//20 - 30 MINS
170 - 180°C//10 - 15 MINS
170 - 180°C//10 - 15 MINS
150°C//15 - 20 MINS
140°C//15 - 20 MINS
100°C//1 - 11/2 HOURS
190 - 200°C//30 MINS
120°C//11/2 - 13/4 HOURS
80 - 100°C//1 - 11/2 HOURS
180°C//30 - 45 MINS
110 - 120°C//1 - 11/2 HOURS
190 - 200°C//15 - 20 MINS
190°C//18 - 20 MINS
180°C//50 -70 MINS
180°C//45 - 50 MINS
180°C//1 - 11/2 HOURS
140°C//31/2 - 41/2 HOURS
190 - 200°C//15 - 20 MINS
170 - 180°C//18 - 20 MINS
170 - 180°C//50 - 60 MINS
170°C//45 - 50 MINS
160 - 170°C//1 - 11/2 HOURS
140°C//3 -31/2 HOURS
220°C//10 MINS THEN 180°C//20 - 30 MINS
200°C//10 MINS THEN 180°C//25 - 30 MINS
220°C//15 MINS THEN 190°C//15 - 20 MINS
200°C//10 MINS THEN 180°C//30 MINS
200°C//10 MINS THEN 160°C//30 MINS
210°C//15 MINS THEN 180°C//30 - 40 MINS
220°C//20 MINS THEN 200°C//30 MINS
220°C//10 MINS THEN 180°C//30 MINS
220°C//20 - 30 MINS
220°C//25 - 35 MINS
200°C//20 - 30 MINS
190°C//25 - 30 MINS
180°C//40 - 50 MINS
190 - 200°C//40 - 50 MINS
170°C//40 MINS
180°C//35 MINS
MEAT
Beef
PREFERRED TEMPS
200°C
Lamb
200°C
Veal
Pork
180°C
200°C
Rare
Medium
Well Done
Medium
Well Done
Well Done
Well Done
POULTRY OR FISH
Chicken
Duck
Turkey
PREFERRED TEMP
180°C
180 - 200°C
180°C
Fish
180°C
MINUTES PER KG
35 - 40 minutes
45 - 50 minutes
55 - 60 minutes
40 minutes
60 minutes
60 minutes
60 minutes
MINUTES PER KG
40 - 45 minutes
60 - 70 minutes
35 - 40 minutes (less than 10kg)
40 - 45 minutes (more than 10kg)
20 minutes
Handling Baking & Grilling Problems
Problem
Causes
What to do
Uneven cooking
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Incorrect shelf position
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Oven tray too large
Trays not in centre of oven
Air flow in oven uneven
Oven not preheated
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Aluminium foil in oven
Baking tins too large for recipe
Baking tins not evenly spaced
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Food not evenly sized or placed
on trays
Food placed too close to top of
oven
Baking temperature too high
Baking tins too large for recipe
Baking tins are dark metal or
glass
Food too low in oven
Oven door opened too
frequently during cooking
Baking temperature too high
Food too high in oven
Cake batter overmixed
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Pan too deep
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Baking tins too dark
Baking temperature too low
Food too low in oven
Baking time too short
Incorrect tin size
Baking temperature too low
Baking time too short
Measurement of ingredients is
wrong
Door opened too early
Meat and potatoes not
browning in fan oven
Condensation on
oven door
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Poor circulation
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Grilled meats
overcooked on outside
and raw in centre
Excess grill smoke
Juices running out of
meat
Grilled steaks and
chops buckling
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Meat too close to grill
•
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Build-up of fats in grill
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Baked products too
brown on top
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Baked products too
brown on bottom
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Cakes have cracked
thick crust
Baking products are
pale flat and
undercooked
Cakes fallen in
centre
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Select shelf which puts food in
centre of oven
Try other trays or dishes
Put trays in centre of oven
Turn food during cooking
Preheat until indicator light goes
off
Remove foil
Use correct size tins
Place baking tins so that there is
at least 3 cms between tins and
oven walls
Make food same size and shape
and spread evenly on trays
Place food in middle or on a
lower shelf
Lower temperature
Use correct sized tins
Change to shiny, light tins or
lower temperature by 10°C
Cook one shelf higher
Do not open door until half way
through cooking time
Lower temperature
Cook one shelf lower
Mix just long enough to
combine ingredients
Check size of pan and use
recommended size
Change to shiny tins
Raise temperature
Cook one shelf higher
Increase cooking time
Use correct tin size
Raise temperature
Increase cooking time
Check recipe
Do not open door until three quarters
(3/4) of way through cooking time
Put food onto a rack to allow air
to circulate
Use less water with cooking
Place food into oven bag
Leave oven door open after cooking if
food is to be left in the oven for a long
time
Grill at lower shelf position
Clean grill
Do not pierce meat with fork but
turn with tongs
Cut fat with knife towards meat
Note: Condensation on oven door and in grill compartment is normal.
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Cleaning the Cooker
Safety Warnings about cleaning
•
ALWAYS make sure that the cooker is turned off before cleaning.
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ALWAYS clean cooker immediately after use.
•
DO NOT use steam cleaners. These may cause moisture build-up.
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DO NOT use caustic based cleaners. These will damage aluminium parts.
Cleaning the enamel:
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Cleaning the control panel: •
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•
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Keep enamel clean by wiping it with a soft cloth dipped in warm soapy
water.
Rub difficult stains with a nylon scourer or creamed powder cleanser.
DO NOT use abrasive cleaners, powder cleaners, steel wool or wax
polishes.
If you use an oven cleaner, then follow the instructions on the product
carefully.
Make sure control knobs are in OFF position.
Remove knobs from control panel by pulling forwards.
Clean the control panel by wiping it with a soft cloth dipped in warm
soapy water.
DO NOT use too much water when cleaning control panel.
Cleaning the electric cooktop
Radiant hotplates
These plates are self cleaning. Any liquid which boils over will burn to
ash and can be wiped off when the hotplate has cooled.
To clean the trim rings, lift front of element and remove (see diagram
opposite). Then wash in warm, soapy water.
To clean the spillage that falls through the element either remove spillage
tray (rear control) and wash in warm soapy water or lift element and
wipe out (front control).
Radiant hotplate
Solid hotplates
• For normal cleaning use a moist cloth.
• For very dirty hotplates use any commercial cleanser.
• After cleaning, remove any cleanser remaining and dry the hotplate
completely by running the element for a short period of time.
Ceramic hotplates
• Remove all spilt food with the razor blade scraper supplied while the
hotplate is still warm – NOT HOT.
• If aluminium foil, plastic items or foods with a high sugar content melt
onto glass, use the razor blade scraper to remove immediately before
the hotplate has cooled, otherwise pitting of the surface may occur.
High sugar content foods include jam, fruit, carrots, tomatoes and
peas.
• When the ceramic hotplate has cooled, wipe clean with dishwashing
detergent on a damp cloth.
Solid hotplate
Ceramic hotplate
Note:
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DO NOT use abrasive sponges or scourers, oven sprays or
stain removers on ceramic hotplates. These may damage,
scratch or stain the ceramic cooktop. Any pitting, staining or
scratching WILL NOT be covered by warranty.
Cleaning the Cooker
Cleaning the gas cooktop
1. Remove the trivets by lifting them from hob.
2. Remove the burner caps and crowns.
3. Wash hob with warm soapy water.
4. If crowns and caps are heavily soiled use a non-abrasive
cleaning compound.
DO NOT use abrasive or caustic based cleaners.
Flame port
DO NOT wash in a dishwasher.
NOTE: DO NOT drop trivet onto hob. This may damage
the enamel surface.
Refitting the burner crowns and caps
The burner crown must be fitted correctly into the burner
cup or damage will occur during operation.
To do this ensure that the 2 ribs on either side of the spark
plug hole are positioned into the 2 slots on the burner cup
(see diagram opposite).
The burner cap is simply positioned over the top of the
burner crown.
Spark Plug Hole
Burner Crown
Burner cup
Removing the splashback (flat hob models only)
The splashback can be removed for easy cleaning.
1. Pull the splashback upwards.
2. Wash the splashback with warm soapy water.
3. Replace the splashback by aligning the 2 tabs with
the corresponding holes in the hob (see diagram
opposite) and pushing downwards.
Cleaning the grill compartment
Note:
You can use household enamel cleaners but you
MUST follow the instructions on the product.
DO NOT use a harsh abrasive cleaner, powder
cleaners, steel wool or wax polishes.
Removing the grill dish
The grill dish can be removed for easy cleaning.
• To remove the grill dish, pull forwards and upwards
(see diagram opposite).
• To replace the grill dish, make sure that the back of
the dish is fitted into the side support before you slide
it backwards.
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Cleaning the Cooker
Lifting the hob (Electric rear control cookers only)
To help with cleaning the grill compartment rear control
cookers have a lift up hob.
1. Clean any spilt food from hob.
2. Lift the hob upward from the front (see diagram
opposite).
3. Place the wire hob support under the front edge (see
diagram opposite).
4. Pull out the spillage tray (radiant models only) and
clean in hot soapy water.
You can also slide the spillage tray out when the hob is
down.
Removing the grill reflector (Electric rear control only)
1. Pull the reflector forwards and lift it up (see diagram
opposite).
2. Clean in warm soapy water.
Removing the grill dish supports
The grill dish supports can be removed for easy cleaning
of the grill compartment.
1. Hold the grill dish supports at the front and pull them
inwards (see diagram opposite).
2. Clean the grill compartment with warm soapy water or
use a non-abrasive oven cleaner with a nylon scourer
for hard to clean areas.
3. Replace the grill dish supports by inserting the rear
hook into the rear hole.
4. Place front peg into front hole and push in firmly
(see diagram opposite).
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Cleaning the Cooker
Cleaning the Oven
For easy cleaning, parts of the oven can be removed.
Removing the oven door
The oven door can be removed for easy cleaning.
1. Open the door fully.
2. Turn the two stirrups forward so that they fit with the
hooks on the hinge arms (see diagram opposite). Hold
the stirrups in place and slightly close the oven door.
The stirrups will now remain fitted.
3. Close the door halfway and lift it away from the oven.
Replacing the oven door
1. Relocate both hinge arms at the same time into the
oven front housing.
2. Make sure that the location notches on the bottom of
the hinge arms are positioned onto the lower cut-out
lip. (see diagram opposite).
3. Close the door part of the way to make sure that the
location notch drops into place.
4. When the hinges are located, open the door fully making
sure the stirrups are not fitted.
AIRWASH DOOR
The door on your cooker is designed to allow cool air to
pass up through the middle and out through the vent in
the top of the door.
(see diagram opposite)
This feature results in lower surface temperatures on the
outside of the door.
Cleaning the door glass
To help with cleaning the door your cooker has a removable
inner door glass.
1. First remove the oven door from the cooker and lie it
down flat (refer to instructions on removing oven door).
2. Undo the screws on either side of the door and
remove the 2 glass retaining plates and rubber
pads.
3. Remove the inner glass and clean in hot soapy water.
4. The inside of the outer glass can also be wiped clean.
5. When reassembling do not overtighten the retaining
plate screw.
Warning:
NEVER lift or carry the oven door by the handle.
DO NOT put the door in water.
DO NOT use force to replace the door.
ALWAYS make sure that the location notch is correctly
fitted before closing the door.
DO NOT remove the inner door glass while the door is still
on the cooker.
DO NOT use the oven without the inner door glass fitted.
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Cleaning the Cooker
Removing the oven shelves
1. Slide the oven shelves towards you until they reach the
front stop.
2. Tilt them up at the front to clear the side supports and
lift them clear (see diagram opposite).
3. Wash the shelves in warm soapy water or soak the
shelves to remove heavy stains.
Removing the oven shelf supports
1. Grasp the shelf supports at the front.
2. Pull them inwards (see diagram opposite).
3. Wash the shelf supports in warm soapy water or soak
the supports to remove heavy stains.
4. Replace the shelf supports by inserting the rear hook
into the rear hole.
5. Place front pegs into front hole and push in firmly (see
diagram opposite).
Removing the fan cover (Fan forced models only)
1. Make sure that the cooker is turned off.
2. Hold the fan cover on both sides and pull firmly towards
you (see diagram opposite).
3. Wash the fan cover in warm soapy water or soak the cover
to remove heavy stains.
4. Replace the fan cover by inserting the two tabs at the
bottom of the fan cover into the corresponding holes.
5. Push the top of the fan cover into place.
Removing the oven light glass (Fan forced models only)
1. Make sure that the cooker is turned off.
2. Turn the oven light glass anti-clockwise (see diagram
opposite).
NOTE: The oven burner cover (Fan forced gas models only)
and oven burner are not removable for cleaning.
Accidental spills should be cleaned immediately so
that the burner does not become blocked.
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Solving Problems on your Electric Cooker
If you have a problem with the oven or the grill, check the table below. You may be able to solve the problem
and this will save you from paying for a service call. You will have to pay for a service call even in the warranty
period if the problem is one listed in the table.
Note:
Only an authorised technician should carry out servicing.
When you need information about your cooker, a service or replacement parts look at the data plate
which you can see when the grill door is open. Tell the service agent the Model Number and the Serial
Number.
Problem
Possible causes
Oven or grill not
working
What to do
• Power not turned on
• Household fuse blown
• Controls incorrectly set
• Circuit breaker tripped
Note: If the household fuse continues to blow, call the Service Centre.
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Switch on electricity
Check fuses
Reset controls
Check circuit breaker
Oven not heating
enough
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Foil or trays on bottom of oven
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Remove foil or trays
Oven light not
working
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Household fuse blown
Circuit breaker tripped
Lamp blown or loose in socket
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•
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Check fuses
Check circuit breaker
Replace or tighten globe
Note: If the household fuse continues to blow, call the Service Centre.
Cooker smoking when
first used
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Protective oils being removed
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Turn grill on high for 30 mins
and then the oven on 220°C
for 4-8 hours
Too much condensation
building up when baking
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Too much water used when cooking
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Reduce amount of water
Leave oven door open
after cooking
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This is normal
Smells when first using oven
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Solving Problems on your Gas Cooker
If you have a problem with the oven or the grill, check the table below. You may be able to solve the problem
and this will save you from paying for a service call. You will have to pay for a service call even in the warranty
period if the problem is one listed in the table.
NOTE:
Only an authorised technician should carry out servicing.
When you need information about your cooker, a service or replacement parts look at the data plate
which you can see when the oven door is open. Tell the service agent the Model Number and the
Serial Number.
Problem
Possible causes
What to do
No spark obtained
when electronic
igniter is pressed
(Fan Forced Models only)
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Power not turned on
Household fuse blown
Circuit breaker tripped
Spark plug is wet or dirty
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Switch on electricity
Check fuses
Check circuit breaker
No spark obtained
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when manual igniter
is pressed
(Manual Ignition Models only)
Spark plug is wet or dirty
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Dry or clean spark plug
Burner will not
light even though
igniter is working
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Gas supply valve is turned off
Port blockage in ignition area
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Turn on gas supply
Make sure that ports and
ignition area are clean and dry
Oven light not
working
(Fan Forced Models only)
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Power not turned on
Household fuse blown
Circuit breaker tripped
Lamp blown or loose in socket
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Switch on electricity
Check fuses
Check circuit breaker
Replace or tighten globe
Oven cooking time
is too long
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Heat escaping through
incorrectly sealed door
The set oven temperature is incorrect
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Check oven door is properly
closed
Change set oven temperature
Cooker smoking
when first use
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Protective oils being removed
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Turn grill or oven on high for
10 mins
Too much
condensation
building up when
baking
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Too much water used when
cooking
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Reduce amount of water
Leave door open after cooking,
if food is left in oven to keep
warm
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This is normal
Smells when first
using oven
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Installing the Electric Cooker
Safety warnings about installation
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The cooker MUST be installed and serviced by a qualified technician.
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A Certificate of Compliance MUST be supplied to be kept by the customer.
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The packing materials MUST be removed before you install the cooker.
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You MUST follow the installation instructions in this booklet.
•
The surrounding kitchen cabinets MUST be able to withstand 85°C.
Electrolux Products WILL NOT accept responsibility for damage caused by installation into
kitchen cabinets which cannot withstand 85°C.
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The vents, openings and air spaces MUST NOT not be blocked.
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The anti-tilt bracket MUST be installed to avoid accidental tipping.
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The stabilising bolt MUST be installed to avoid accidental moving.
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You MUST not pull the cooker by the door handles.
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The cooker MUST be checked every five years.
Wiring requirements
The cooker MUST be installed in compliance with
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wiring connections in AS/NZS 3000 Wiring Rules
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local regulations, municipal building codes and other statutory regulations
•
For New Zealand Only: The cooking range must be connected to the supply by a supply cord
fitted with the appropriately rated plug that is compatible with the
socket-outlet fitted to the final sub-circuit in the fixed wiring that is
intended to supply this cooking range.
Data plate
Circuit diagram
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gives information about rating
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is located on the inside panel of the grill door
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is located on the back panel of the control panel
•
A functional switch MUST be provided near the appliance in an accessible position (AS/NZS
3000 - Clause 4.3.11).
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Wiring MUST be protected against mechanical failure (AS/NZS 3000 - Clause 3.9).
•
A means of disconnection with a contact separation of at least 3mm MUST be supplied in the
fixed wiring.
Note:
When connections are made to a multi-phase 240V supply, the bridge piece should be
removed from between the active connections.
IMPORTANT: Before you cook in your new oven it is important that the protective oils used in the
manufacture of the product be removed.
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Make sure that the room is well ventilated (to allow smoke to escape).
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Run the grill on high for 30 minutes.
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Then run the oven on 220°C for 4-8 hours.
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Fitting the Anti-tilt plate & stabilising bolt
Cooker Stability
Note: To ensure cooker stability, both the
anti-tilt plate and stability bolt must
be installed.
Installation Sequence
1. Locate the anti-tilt plate against the rear
wall. If locating between 2 cupboards,
then fit the plate in the centre of the
space. If locating the cooker at the end
of a cupboard, then position the side of
the plate 25mm from the cupboard.
Note: If cooker cannot be located against
rear wall, move anti-tilt plate forward to
suit.
2. Securely fix the anti-tilt plate to the floor
with appropriate fasteners.
3. Slide the cooker back into the anti-tilt
plate so that rear cover rests against the
rear wall. Then check the height and
level of the cooker. If required, pull the
cooker back out and adjust the levelling
feet as required.
4. Fasten the stability bolt bracket to the
front frame with the 2 screws supplied.
5. Reposition the cooker back into the antitilt plate and then mark the position of
the stability bolt hole.
6. Pull the cooker back out and drill the
bolt location hole. Use a 6.5mm masonry
or wood drill. When drilling into concrete
ensure a minimum hole depth of 30mm.
7. Connect gas and electricity supply.
8. Reposition the cooker back into the antitilt plate, aligning the stability bolt bracket
with the 6.5mm drilled hole. Then slide
the bolt through the bracket and into the
hole.
9. Fit the kick panel onto the cooker by
aligning the 2 location holes on the kick
panel with the top kick panel clips. Then
push the bottom of the kick panel inwards
until it clips home.
Removing the Kick Panel
To remove the kick panel, firstly position
one hand underneath and to one side of
the kick panel.
Then pull the kick panel upwards and
outwards to disengage the top of the kick
panel from the top clip.
Then do the same on the other side of the
kick panel to fully disengage it.
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Kick-panel
Location
Hole
Top
Kick-panel
Clip
Kick-panel
Stability
Bolt
Stability
Bolt
Bracket
Front
Adjustable
Feet
6.5mm Drilled
Location Hole
Installing the Gas Cooker
Safety warnings about installation
• The cooker MUST be installed and serviced by a qualified technician.
• A Certificate of Compliance MUST be supplied to be kept by the customer.
• The packing materials MUST be removed before you install the cooker.
• You MUST follow the installation instructions in this booklet.
• The surrounding kitchen cabinets MUST be able to withstand 85°C.
Electrolux Products WILL NOT accept responsibility for damage caused by installation into kitchen cabinets
which cannot withstand 85°C.
• The pipes used for installation MUST have sufficient loops so the cooker can be moved for service.
• The vents, openings and air spaces MUST not be blocked.
• The anti-tilt bracket MUST be installed to avoid accidental tipping.
• You MUST not pull the cooker by the door handles or the splashback.
• The cooker MUST be checked every five years.
Locating the cooker
Study the diagrams below to be sure of the dimensions required to locate the cooker safely.
NOTE: Make sure that the top of the cooker is at least 10 mm higher than the level of the benchtops.
Flat hob models
Upswept hob models
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Installing the Gas Cooker
Checking gas pressures
The cooker MUST be installed in compliance with:
•
the Installation Code for Gas Burning Appliances and Equipment - AS5601/AG601 - issued by
the Australian Gas Association and the Australian Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association (particular
reference to clause 4.8 and clause 5.12.1).
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local gas fitting regulations, municipal building codes and other statutory regulations.
The cookers come in three gas types: Natural gas, Propane, and LPG. Before installation check
that the cooker is suitable for the gas supply. To do this check the gas type on the carton sticker
or on the data plate behind the bottom of the oven door.
The following table shows the supply and operating pressures for various gas supplies.
GAS TYPE
SUPPLY PRESSURE
at inlet to appliance regulator (if fitted)
OPERATING PRESSURE
at appliance test point
NATURAL GAS
PROPANE
LPG
1.13 (kPa) Minimum
2.75* (kPa)
2.75* (kPa)
1.00 (kPa)
2.75 (kPa)
2.75 (kPa)
* If the regulator is placed upstream of the cooker inlet, as is normal for cookers operating on
Propane, then the supply pressure and operating pressure are the same.
The following table shows the injector sizes for each burner.
INJECTOR ORIFICE
NATURAL GAS
PROPANE
LPG
LOW HEAT BURNER
1.00 mm
0.62 mm
0.55 mm
MEDIUM HEAT BURNER
1.35 mm
0.82 mm
0.70 mm
HIGH HEAT BURNER
1.60 mm
0.95 mm
0.90 mm
INTENSE HEAT WOK BURNER
1.75 mm
0.95 mm
0.95 mm
GRILL - main injector
1.50 mm
0.82 mm
0.82 mm
NA
NA
NA
OVEN - main injector
1.60 mm
0.95 mm
0.82 mm
OVEN - bypass screw
0.70 mm
0.40 mm
0.40 mm
GRILL - bypass screw where fitted
Checking pipe size
To work out a suitable pipe size for connection use:
•
the information in this table.
GAS TYPE
Hourly gas consumption for this
cooker
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NATURAL GAS
PROPANE
62 MJ
59 MJ
information about the length of the run, number of elbows, tees and bends, the available service
pressure and the supply requirements.
NOTE: The Code AS5601/AG601 will help you with this matter.
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Installing the Gas Cooker
Gas connection
Read these points before connecting to the gas supply:
• The cooker inlet connection point is the inlet to the regulator or LP test point adaptor. This connects to the
main supply pipe at the bottom of the cooker directly behind the lower kick panel on the front.
Operation on NG/SNG
Read these points about operation on NG/SNG and look carefully at the diagram:
•
•
•
•
The appliance regulator which is provided MUST
be fitted and positioned so that the pressure nipple
and adjuster screw are accessible.
The arrow showing the direction of the flow MUST
be pointed correctly.
Connect the gas supply to the 1/2” BSP internal
thread inlet of the regulator.
The flat fibre washer which is provided in the
regulator parts MUST be used when making the
gas connection.
Washer
(P/No. 115-009-011)
Internal
Flange
NG Regulator
(P/No. 294-001-026)
ce
Applian
w
Gas Flo
Operation on SNG
• If the cooker is to be used with SNG, then the grill burner MUST be modified by the replacement of the
shutter which fits into the throat of the grill burner.
• You can buy the kit for this modification from your nearest spare parts stocklist.
1. Remove the control panel. Remove the existing NG shutter and fit the shutter in the throat of the grill burner.
2. Align the hole in the shutter with the hole in the grill burner and secure the short screw.
Operation on Propane
An inlet fitting with pressure test point is provided. Orient the fitting so that gas flows in the direction of the
arrow marked on the fitting. Use the sealing washer to connect the fitting to the appliance. Connect the gas
supply to the 1/2” BSP internal thread inlet of the fitting.
Connection using a hose assembly
The appliance may be connected using a High Level Flexible
Connection in accordance with 5.12.1.8 of AS5601/AG601.
The High Level Connection Method requires:
1. Additional hard piping to run from the appliance regulator to the
fixing point provided, refer fig 1.
2. The height of the consumer piping connection point above the
floor is to be approximately equal to the height of the cooker
connection point.
3. The cooker and consumer piping connection points to face
downward and be approximately 150mm apart.
4. The hose assembly length to be between 1 m and 1.2 m and
hang in a loop behind the cooker preventing undue tension on
the hose and connections.
5. A restraining chain of adequate strength 80% of hose length to
be secured to the cooker fixing point and wall.
Note: Direct connection of a flexible hose to a point under the
cooker is not permitted.
POSITION OF
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Testing the Operation of the Gas Cooker
NOTE: You MUST test the cooker after installation, before you hand it over to the customer.
You MUST have a manometer and a connecting tube.
Checking gas supply
1. Check the manometer zero point is correct.
2. Connect the manometer to the cooker pressure test point. This is located on the regulator or LPG inlet
fitting behind the kick panel under the storage drawer.
3. Turn on the gas supply and the electricity (if applicable) and try to ignite the gas.
NOTE: It will take additional time to light the gas for the first time as air needs to be
purged from the pipes.
4. Check the operating pressure and adjust the regulator to the appropriate setting for the particular gas type
(see table on page 25).
NOTE: For LPG cookers the regulator may be remote from the cooker.
Natural gas
1. Turn on smallest burner to minimum.
2. Adjust screw fully in and read pressure.
3. If reading is below 1.13 kPa, then supply pressure is not enough.
If supply pressure is between 1.13 kPa and 1.20 kPa, then follow these instructions:
1. Turn the adjusting screw outward until the pressure just begins to drop. Carefully adjust to a pressure of
1.10kPa.
NOTE: The screw may unwind fully before the pressure drops. If this happens, then remove the screw and
let the pressure fall. Then reinsert the screw and finish the adjustment.
2. Turn the control for the small burner slightly away from the minimum until the pressure drops and then
slowly turn back to minimum.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the pressure always returns to 1.10 kPa.
4. Turn all burners to maximum and read the pressure. If it is below 0.82 kPa, then repeat steps 1 to 4.
5. Lock the nut.
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Testing the Operation of the Gas Cooker
If supply pressure is above 1.20 kPa, then follow these instructions:
1. Turn all the burners to maximum.
2. Adjust the screw so that the test point pressure reads 0.85 kPa and tighten the nut slightly.
3. Turn the smallest burner to minimum and turn all the other burners off. Gently tap the regulator until
test point pressure is stable and read pressure.
4. Turn all the burners to maximum and read pressure. Evaluate the difference between this reading
and the one you read in Step 3.
5. Adjust the screw so that the difference between this reading and 1.0 kPa is about half the difference
between the two readings found in Steps 3 and 4.
6. Repeat Steps 3 to 5 until no further adjustment is needed.
NOTE: The 1.0 kPa should now be about halfway between the reading with all the burners on at maximum
and the reading when the small burner is on minimum (see diagram below).
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–
1.2 kPa —
1.2 kPa —
–
–
1.1 kPa —
1.1 kPa —
–
1.0 kPa —
–
0.9 kPa —
1.0 kPa lies
halfway between
these two readings
–
1.0 kPa —
–
0.9 kPa —
–
–
0.8 kPa —
0.8 kPa —
–
–
Test Point Pressure with all
burners operating at maximum.
Test Point Pressure with small
burner operating at minimum.
7. Lock the nut.
Testing the cooker features
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Observe the flame appearance on each burner. If it is much larger or smaller than expected, then the
injector size needs checking.
NOTE: When flame is unsatisfactory, then refer to the Electrolux Technical
Publications and correct the fault, if possible.
When the maximum flame appearance is correct, then check the turn-down setting on each burner. If
the settings appear to be incorrect, proceed as follows:
1. Adjust the bypass screw on each hotplate control cock. This is accessible when the control knob is
removed. Us a thin flat scewdriver inserted through a hole in the centre of the control cock spindle.
NOTE: If the hotplate control cock does not have a hole in the centre of the control cock spindle, then
remove the control panel and adjust the bypass screw mounted on the body of the hotplate control
cock.
2. Check the ignition on all burners both separately and in combination.
3. Check the operation of the electrical components, if applicable.
4. If you are satisfied that the cooker is operating correctly, then turn it off and show the customer how
to use it. Make sure you ask the customer to operate the clock and the controls.
NOTE: If the cooker cannot be adjusted to perform correctly, then inform the customer of the problem
and put a warning notice on the cooker. If the problem is dangerous, then disconnect the cooker.
If there is a fault, then the customer should be advised to contact the manufacturer’s local service
organisation or the retailer.
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The Company or its Authorised Service Centre will pay the cost of repairing or replacing all parts
of the appliance which the Company or its Authorised Service Centre find defective for a period
of 24 months following the date of purchase (the ‘\/Varranty Period”).
During the Warranty Period the Company or its Authorised Service Centre, will pay the cost of
repairing or replacing all parts which they find are defective.
Light globes, batteries and filters are replaceable parts and are not covered under this warranty.
The appliance must be installed and operated in accordance with the Company’s instructions.
This Warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear, or any service which is needed after an
accident, negligence, alteration or misuse.
This Warranty also does not apply to damage caused if your appliance has been dismantled,
repaired or serviced by any person other than someone authorised by the Company.
If you live outside the service area of the Company or its Authorised Service Centre, this
warranty does not cover the cost of transport of the appliance for service nor the Authorised
Service Centre’s travelling costs to and from your home.
If you are required to transport the appliance to the Company or its Authorised Service Centre, it
must be securely packed and insured. The Company does not accept any responsibility for loss or
damage prior to it being received by the Company or its Authorised Service Centre.
This warranty is the only express warranty given by the Company.
This Warranty does not cover loss, damage or expense to this appliance caused directly or
indirectly by power surges, electrical storm damage or incorrect power current.
The Company (and any company related to the Company) will not be liable for any special
incidental or consequential damages or for loss, damage or expense directly or indirectly arising
from the use or inability to use this appliance, or for personal injury or loss or destruction of
other property.
Nothing in this warranty is intended to limit the rights you may have under the Consumer
Guarantees Act 1993, except to the extent permitted by that Act, and all provisions of this
warranty shall be read as modified to the extent necessary to give effect to that intention.
The Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 does not apply if your appliance is acquired for the purposes
of a “business” (as defined in that Act).
This warranty is limited to 90 days from date of purchase if the appliance is used for commercial
use.
For your nearest Authorised
Service Centre please look in
The Yellow Pages under
Home Appliance Servicing
OR
Call 0800 10 66 10
0800 10 66 10
PLEASE PHONE
SERVICE CENTRES
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Before calling a service technician please carefully check the warranty terms and conditions, the
operating instructions and service booklet if applicable. If the product fails for any of the customer
responsibility reasons detailed therein, a service fee will be charged. Please present proof of
purchase to any Authorised Service Centre should warranty service be required.
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This appliance is warranted by Electrolux Home Products (NZ) Ltd (“the Company”) from the date of
purchase. The following terms and conditions apply:
ELECTROLUX APPLIANCE WARRANTY - NEW ZEALAND
FOR SERVICE IN AUSTRALIA
PLEASE CALL
13 13 49
FOR SPARE PARTS IN AUSTRALIA
PLEASE CALL
13 13 50
Conditions of the warranty:
1 During the Warranty Period the Company, or its service agent, will only pay the cost of repairing
or replacing all Company parts on your appliance which the Company finds to be defective.
2 The Company will decide if there are any defects in material and/or workmanship.
3 Light globes, batteries and filters are replaceable parts and are not covered under this warranty.
4 This warranty applies only for mainland Australia and Tasmania.
5 The appliance must be installed and operated in accordance with the Company’s instructions.
6 This warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear, or any service which is needed after an
accident, alteration, negligence, misuse, fire or flood.
7 This warranty does not apply to damage caused if your appliance has been dismantled, repaired
or serviced by any person other than someone authorised by the Company.
8 If you live outside the service area of the Company or one of its service agents, this warranty
does not cover the cost of transport of the appliance for service nor the service agent’s travelling
costs to and from your home.
9 If you are required to transport the appliance to the Company or its service agent, you must
ensure it is securely packed and insured. The Company does not accept any responsibility for loss
or damage of the appliance prior to it being received by the Company or its service agent.
10 This warranty does not cover loss, damage or expense to this appliance caused directly or
indirectly by power surges, electrical storm damage or incorrect power current.
11 The Company (and any company related to the Company) will not be liable for any special,
incidental or consequential damages or for loss, damage or expense or for personal injury or loss
or destruction of property arising directly or indirectly from the use or inability to use this
appliance or any of its parts.
12 This warranty applies only to the original buyer.
13 This warranty is the only express warranty given by the Company.
14 If you are the original buyer please keep your proof of purchase, which will be required if you
request service under this warranty.
15 The Warranty Period is only applicable when your appliance is used at home by you and your
family as consumers.
16 Use of this appliance for commercial purposes is covered by this warranty for a period of 3
months from the date of purchase.
Subject to the conditions below, this appliance is warranted by Electrolux Home Products Pty. Ltd.
A.B.N. 51 004 762 341, (the “Company”), to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a
period of 24 months following the date of purchase (the “Warranty Period”).
Nothing in this warranty, limits any rights you may have under the Trade Practices Act or any other
Commonwealth or State legislation. Such rights cannot be changed by the conditions in this
warranty.
ELECTROLUX WARRANTY-AUSTRALIA
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