Westinghouse PSL632W User Manual

Westinghouse PSL632W User Manual
6 0 0 M M W I D E I N T E G R AT E D F R E E S TA N D I N G C O O K E R
Read the following carefully to avoid an electric shock or fire
General warnings
• This appliance is not suitable for use by young children or infirm persons,
without supervision.
• Young children must be supervised to ensure they do not play with this appliance.
• During use, this appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching hot
surfaces, eg oven door, heating elements.
• This appliance must not be used as a space heater.
• Keep vents clear of obstructions.
• In order to avoid a fire, the appliance must be kept clean and vents kept unobstructed.
• Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of the appliance when it is in operation.
• Do not store flammable materials in or under the appliance, eg aerosols.
• Accessible parts will become hot when in use. To avoid burns and scalds children
should be kept away.
Grill
• Always turn the grill off immediately after use as fat left there may catch fire.
• Do not cover the insert with foil, as fat left there may catch fire.
• Always keep the grill dish clean as any fat left there may catch fire.
• Do not leave the grill on unattended.
• To avoid a fire, ensure that grill trays and fittings are always inserted into the
appliance in accordance with the instructions.
• Do not place thick portions of food under the grill. Foods may curl, catch and ignite.
• Do not store flammable materials in the grill.
Oven
• Switch the appliance off before removing the oven light glass for globe replacement.
• To avoid an accident, ensure that oven shelves and fittings are always inserted into
the appliance in accordance with the instructions.
• Do not use the door as a shelf.
• Do not push down on the open oven door.
• Do not cover the base of the oven with foil or place cookware there.
Hotplates (generally)
• Do not allow pots to boil dry, as damage to both pan and hotplate may result.
• Do not operate the hotplates for an extended period of time without a utensil on
the hotplate.
• Do not allow large cookware to overhang the hob onto the adjacent benchtop. This
will cause scorching to the benchtop surface.
• Do not allow cooking utensils to intrude into the area which is close to the controls.
Ceramic glass
• If the ceramic glass is accidentally cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the
possibility of electric shock.
• Do not place heat resistant mats, wire mats or aluminium foil under pots or pans.
• Do not cook food directly on the ceramic glass surface.
• Do not use round bottom woks or similar utensils which could lead to overheating
of hotplates and possible damage to the cooking surface.
Installation, cleaning and servicing
• An authorised person must install this appliance.
(Certificate of Compliance to be retained.)
• Before using the appliance, ensure that all packing materials are removed from
the appliance.
• In order to avoid any potential hazard, the installation instructions must be followed.
• Ensure that all specified vents, openings and airspaces are not blocked.
• Where the appliance is built into a cabinet, the cabinet material must be capable of
withstanding 85°C.
• Only authorised personnel should carry out servicing.
(Certificate of Compliance to be retained.)
• Always ensure the appliance is switched off before cleaning or replacing parts.
• Do not use steam cleaners, as this may cause moisture build up.
• Always clean the appliance immediately after any food spillage.
• To maintain safe operation, it is recommended that the product be inspected every
five years by an authorised service person.
• This appliance must be earthed.
• If supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service
agent or similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
CONTENTS
Introduction
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General features
of your cooker
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General safety warnings
Preparing your appliance for the first time
The cooling/venting fan
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Using the hotplate
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Hotplate Dos and Don’ts
Ceramic hotplates
Gas hotplates
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Using the grill
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What is grilling?
Using the grill
Hints for better grilling
Safety warnings about the grill
Handling grilling problems
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Using the oven
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Using the 2-hour timer
Fan baking
Defrosting
Loading the shelves
Hints for better baking
Condensation
Handling baking problems
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Cleaning the hotplate
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Ceramic hotplates
Gas hotplates
– Removing trivets
– Removing burners
– Refitting burner crowns and caps
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Cleaning the oven
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Safety warnings for cleaning
Cleaning products
Cleaning enamel
Cleaning stainless steel
Removing the oven door
Replacing the oven door
Cleaning the shelves
Removing the shelf supports
Removing the fan cover and oven light glass
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Cleaning the grill
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Removing the grill carriage
Replacing the grill carriage
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Solving problems
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Service and Spare parts
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Installing the appliance
Warranties
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Cabinet requirements
Installation sequence
Electrical and gas services requirements
Connecting to services and commissioning
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G E N E R A L F E AT U R E S O F Y O U R C O O K E R
General safety warnings
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Do not let children play with the oven.
Do not let children or infirm people use the oven, if you are not with them.
Do not use the oven as a heater.
Do not spray aerosols near the oven, when it is turned on.
Do not keep flammable materials in or near the oven eg chemicals, aerosols etc.
Do not block oven air vents, because this can cause a fire.
Keep oven clean. A dirty oven can cause a fire.
Be careful not to touch hot surfaces, eg oven door.
Preparing your appliance for the first time
Please remove all stickers and leaflets from the floor of the oven before operation.
Please wipe out the oven interior prior to operation with warm soapy water and polish dry
with a soft clean cloth. Do not close the oven door until the oven is completely dry.
New appliances have a smell during first use. It is recommended to operate the oven empty
at a temperature of 180°C for approximately 4 - 8 hours to eliminate the smell of the
adhesive used in the insulation. Please ensure the room is well ventilated during this
process.
If your appliance is fitted with a 2-hour “Auto-Off” timer, make sure it is set to the ‘O’
marker for manual operation.
Fan forced electric oven with electric grill
and ceramic hotplate
Model No 632
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Hotplate control knob
• Adjusts temperature of
hotplate.
• Can be rotated in either
direction.
Dual ring hotplate
control knob
• Adjusts temperature of
hotplate.
• When rotated anticlockwise it uses the inner
ring only.
• When rotated clockwise
both rings are used.
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Grill indicator lamp
• Comes on when griller is
turned on.
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Grill temperature
control knob
• Sets grilling temperature.
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Oven indicator lamp
• Comes on when oven
temperature knob is
turned on.
• Turns off when oven
reaches set temperature.
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Oven temperature
control knob
• Turns oven light on/off.
• Turns on oven fan for
defrosting.
• Sets temperature for
fan baking.
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2-hour timer
• Allows the oven to be set
for a desired period.
G E N E R A L F E AT U R E S O F Y O U R C O O K E R
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Fan forced electric oven with electric grill and gas hotplate
G E N E R A L
Model No 635
F E A T U R E S
Grill temperature
control knob
• Sets grilling temperature.
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Oven indicator lamp
• Comes on when oven
temperature knob is
turned on.
• Turns off when oven
reaches set temperature.
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Oven temperature
control knob
• Turns oven light on/off.
• Turns on oven fan for
defrosting.
• Sets temperature for
fan baking.
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2-hour timer
• Allows oven to be set for
a desired period.
Grill indicator lamp
• Comes on when griller is
turned on.
C O O K E R
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Y O U R
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Hotplate burner
control knob
• Ignites the hotplate
burner.
• Adjusts temperature of
hotplate.
• To operate push knob in
and turn anti-clockwise
to the “Hi” mark. Release
knob once the burner has
ignited.
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The cooling/venting fan
• The fan comes on whenever the oven or grill is on.
• It blows hot air out through the vents above the grill door.
• It continues to operate after the oven or grill has been turned off to cool the
appliance.
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U S I N G T H E H O T P L AT E
Hotplate Dos and Don’ts
• Do not place heat resistant mats, wire mats or aluminium foil under pots and pans.
• Do not allow pots and pans to boil dry, as damage to both pan and hotplate may result.
• Do not use the cooktop as extra bench space or as a cutting board.
• Do not allow children on or near the cooktop at any time.
• Do not allow large cookware to overhang the cooktop onto the adjacent benchtop. This
will cause scorching to the benchtop surface.
Ceramic hotplates
The cooktop is made from ceramic glass, a tough, durable
material that withstands heating and cooling without
breaking. It is strong enough to hold the heaviest utensils.
However, it must be remembered that as it is GLASS, it may
break. Treat it accordingly! Should you have any questions
about the glass in your new appliance, please contact the
service centre by dialling 13 13 49.
The heating elements are concealed under the smooth
glass surface which has a pattern to show the location of
the elements. When cooking, turn the control to the
required setting. The hot surface warning light will
illuminate to indicate the switch is on.
The ceramic cooktop glass will retain heat for a period of time after the control is turned
off. This will be indicated by the hot surface warning light which will continue to glow
until the temperature drops below 60°C.
Note: If the ceramic glass is cracked switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of
electric shock.
• Use pans with smooth, clean and dry bottoms to avoid scratching or burning residue
into the glass.
• Ensure the pan bottom is the same size as the working element.
• We do not recommend ceramic glass pans because they do not conduct heat well.
• Stainless steel or enamelled saucepans are best.
• Do not use pans with copper or aluminium bottoms because they can leave traces which
are difficult to remove from the glass.
• If buying new utensils select enamelled steel pans with 2-3mm thick bottoms or
stainless steel pans with sandwich bottoms 4-6mm
thick. The pan bottom should be flat, or
A flat or slightly
concave pan is
preferably, slightly concave at room temperature
preferable for
so that it lies flat on the glass surface when hot.
ceramic hotplates.
• Do not use aluminium foil on the ceramic
hotplates.
• Do not use round bottom woks or similar utensils which could lead to overheating of
the hotplates and possible damage to the cooking surface.
• Use the stored heat in the hotplate by turning the control to off before the final few
minutes of cooking.
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U S I N G T H E H O T P L AT E
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Gas hotplates
Operation
• Release knob once burner has ignited and adjust the flame.
• Sparks are sent to all burners.
1 Low heat burner (5.1 Mj/h)
2 High heat burner (12.4 Mj/h)
T H E
Used for simmering and for use with small cookware items.
U S I N G
• To ignite, push knob in and turn anti-clockwise to the
“Hi” mark.
Used for fast heating with large size cookware items.
Used for very fast heating with woks and other large size cookware items. Use wok
support provided when cooking with a wok.
4 Medium heat burner (9.0 Mj/h)
Used for normal cooking and simmering with mid size cookware items.
To conserve gas, place the pan centrally over the burner and adjust the flame so that it
does not go past the edge of the cookware.
H O T P L A T E
3 Intense heat wok burner (15.0 Mj/h)
NB: In the absence of electrical power, carry out the ignition directly to the burner with a
hand held ignition source.
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USING THE GRILL
What is grilling?
• The grill directs heat from the electric element in the
grill compartment onto the food.
• This way of cooking traps the juices inside the food and
increases the flavour.
• Grilling is suitable for tender cuts of meat, steak, chops,
sausages, fish and other foods which cook quickly.
Using the grill
1 Choose only good cuts of meat or fish. If the cut is less than 5mm thick, it will dry out
while grilling. If the cut is more than 40mm thick, it may burn on the outside and
remain uncooked on the inside.
2 Bring the food to room temperature before you grill it. Food straight from the
refrigerator will steam under the grill.
3 Check these cooking times for each side. Remember these are just a guide and the
time taken to cook food will depend on the size of the good and how much you like
it cooked.
Steak
7 – 10 minutes each side
Chops
10 – 15 minutes each side
Fish
4 – 5 minutes each side
Bacon
2 – 3 minutes each side
4 Remove the full width grill dish and the grill insert.
5 Preheat the grill for 3 – 5 minutes.
6 Set the height of the grill insert.
• The grill insert can be used on both sides to provide two different grill heights
• Thinner pieces of food should be nearer the element and thicker pieces should be
10mm away.
7 Brush the grill insert with oil to stop the food from sticking.
8 Put food on grill insert and put under grill.
9 Baste the food with oil, butter or marinade, while it is cooking.
10 Use tongs to turn the food as a fork will let juices escape.
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USING THE GRILL
Hints for better grilling
Read this table which gives you advice about cooking different types of meat.
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Brush with oil or melted butter, especially if meat is lean.
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Use loin chops, shortloin chops, chump chops or forequarter chops.
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Remove skin or cut to stop curling.
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Brush with oil or melted butter.
Sausages
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Prick sausages to stop skins from bursting.
Poultry
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Divide into serving pieces and brush with oil.
Fish
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Brush with oil or melted butter and lemon juice.
Bacon
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Remove rind.
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Grill flat and make into rolls.
Lamb
G R I L L
Use tenderloin, rump or sirloin.
T H E
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U S I N G
Beef
Safety warnings about the grill
• Do not cook food on the bottom of the grill compartment. Always use the grill dish and
smokeless grill.
• Do not place foil under the food on the insert, as this prevents fats and oils running
away and may cause a fire.
• Always use the grill parts according to instructions.
• Do not put thick pieces of food too near the element. They may curl and catch fire.
• Always turn the grill off immediately after cooking. Left-over fat may cause a fire.
• Always clean the grill dish and insert after use. This will prevent fat building up and
cause a fire.
• Do not let children play with the grill.
• Do not let children use the grill, if you are not with them.
• Stay in the kitchen when the grill is on.
• Be careful not to touch hot surfaces.
• Do not spray aerosols near the grill, when it is turned on.
• Do not keep flammable materials in or near the grill, eg chemicals, aerosols, etc.
Handling grilling problems
Problem
What to do
Meat overcooked on outside and raw in centre
Grill at lower smokeless cover position
Chops and steaks curling
Cut fat with knife towards meat
Juices running out of meat
Do not pierce meat with fork, turn with tongs
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USING THE OVEN
Using the 2-hour timer
Model Nos 632 and 635
MANUAL OPERATION
The timer needs to be set at the “0” marker for the
oven to be used manually.
AUTOMATIC OPERATION
The 2-hour timer features an automatic oven “cut-off”.
This means that a cooking period of up to 120 minutes
can be set.
1. Set the Oven Temperature Control Knob to the
required temperature.
2. Turn the cut-off timer to the required number of
minutes. NB: For timer settings of less than 20 minutes,
turn the knob past 20 minutes, and then go back to the required number of minutes.
This is to ensure that the timer’s bell ringer is correctly set.
3. When the timer returns to the “Auto Off” position, it will give a short ring and the
oven element will be switched off. Although the oven element is off, the oven light,
the cooling/venting fan and the oven fan will remain on whilst the Timer is in “Auto
Off” mode. They will stay on until both the Timer and the Oven knobs are moved to
the “Off” position.
4. The oven will not operate again until you turn the timer back to the “0” marker.
This will set the timer to manual mode.
NB: It is not recommended to use this timer for short durations, e.g. boiling eggs.
Fan baking
The temperature in the oven is controlled by a thermostat. The fan distributes the heat
throughout the oven compartment. This allows:
• Baking on all shelves at the same time with little variation in browning or cooking.
• Cooking at slightly lower temperatures.
• Cooking from a cold start so there is no need to preheat the oven – this is good for
casseroles and fruit cakes.
• Good cooking results for cream mixtures, rich pastries and bread but with these foods,
preheating the oven for 10 to 15 minutes is required.
Defrosting
• Defrosting uses air that is circulated by the fan.
• You should defrost food before cooking it.
• You can defrost food by:
– turning the fan on;
– leaving the oven off.
• You can also use this method to raise yeast dough and dry fruit, vegetables and herbs.
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USING THE OVEN
Loading the shelves
shelf position 5
shelf position 4
shelf position 3
U S I N G
shelf position 2
shelf position 1
O V E N
Hints for better baking
T H E
• The oven has five positions for shelves.
These are numbered from the lowest to
the highest.
• You can make the most of the oven, if
you cook more than one tray of food at
a time, eg two trays of scones, small
cakes or sausage rolls.
• When placing shelves, it is
important to give the maximum
space above and below. Load
shelves in this way:
– when baking with one shelf, place it at
shelf position 3 or 4);
– when cooking with two shelves, place
them at shelf positions 2 and 4.
• Select the correct shelf position for the food (see table above).
• Make sure dishes fit into the oven before switching it on.
• Keep the edges of the baking dishes at least 40mm from the side of the oven.
This provides better circulation of air and better cooking.
• Do not open the oven door more than necessary.
• Do not place foods with a lot of liquid into the oven with other foods. This will cause
food to steam and not brown.
• After the oven is turned off it retains heat. Use this heat to cook custards or to dry bread.
• Do not use a lot of cooking oil when roasting. Too much oil will splatter the sides of
the oven.
• Use brightly finished aluminium or non-stick cooking pans for sponges and cakes.
Condensation
Condensation fogs the oven door and happens when you are cooking large quantities of
food from a cold start. You can minimise condensation by:
• keeping the amount of water used in cooking to a minimum;
• making sure that the oven door is firmly closed;
• baking custard in a baking dish which is just a little smaller than the water container;
• cooking casseroles with a lid.
Note: If you are using water in cooking, this will turn to steam and may condense outside
the oven. This is not a problem or a fault.
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USING THE OVEN
Handling baking 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.
Air flow in oven uneven.
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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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Products not evenly sized or
spaced on trays.
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Baking temperature too high.
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Baking tins too large.
Baking tins are dark metal
or glass.
Food too low in oven.
Oven door opened too
frequently during baking.
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Baking temperature too high.
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Baking temperature too high.
Food too high in oven.
Cake batter over mixed.
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Pan too deep.
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Baking pans dark.
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Lower the temperature.
Cook one shelf lower.
Mix just long enough to
mix ingredients.
Check size of pan and use
recommended size.
Change to shiny pans.
Baked products are
pale, flat and undercooked
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Baking temperature too low.
Food too low in oven.
Baking time too short.
Incorrect tin size.
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Raise the temperature.
Cook one shelf higher.
Increase cooking time.
Use the correct size tin.
Cakes fallen in centre
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Baking temperature too low.
Baking time too short.
Proportions of ingredients
incorrect in recipe.
Opening door too early
in baking.
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Raise the temperature.
Increase cooking time.
Check recipe.
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Do not open door until at
least half the cooking time
has passed.
Poor hot air circulation.
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Elevate food onto a rack to
allow air circulation.
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Do not pierce meat with
fork – turn with tongs.
Baked products too
brown on top
Baked products too
brown on bottom
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Cakes have a cracked
thick crust
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Roast meat and potatoes
not brown in fan oven
Juices running out of meat
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Select shelf that puts food in
centre of oven.
Try other trays or dishes.
Put trays in centre.
Rotate food during cooking.
Preheat until oven light
goes off.
Remove foil.
Use correct size tins.
Stagger tins so there is at
least 3cms between tins
and oven walls.
Make into same size and
shape and spread evenly
on trays.
Lower the temperature.
Use correct size tins.
Change to shiny tins or
lower the temperature.
Cook one shelf higher.
Do not open door until at
least half the cooking time
has passed.
Lower the temperature.
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C L E A N I N G T H E H O T P L AT E
Ceramic hotplates
Ceramic hotplate
Removing trivets
• The trivets locate on the hob with rubber
feet.
• They can be removed for cleaning by
carefully lifting them from the hob.
• Clean by washing with warm soapy water.
• Take care when replacing the trivets as
dropping them may damage the hob or
the trivet.
Removing the burners
• The burner caps and crowns are removable
for cleaning.
• Flame port blockage should be removed by
means of a match stick or brush.
• If the caps, crowns and cups are heavily
soiled, use a non-abrasive cleaning
compound.
• Do not clean them with abrasive or caustic
type cleaners, or clean in a dishwasher.
H O P L A T E
Gas hotplates
T H E
Note: Items with high sugar content not only include jam and fruit, but also vegetables
such as peas, tomatoes and carrots. When the ceramic glass is cool, wipe clean with
dishwashing detergent on a damp cloth.
• Do not use abrasive sponges or scourers, as they may scratch the surface.
• Do not use oven sprays or stain removers as these products may also damage
the surface.
• Any pitting, staining, scratches or other surface deterioration is excluded from
the warranty.
C L E A N I N G
• Remove all spilt food and fat with the supplied razor blade
scraper, while the ceramic glass is still warm but not hot.
Wipe clean with dishwashing detergent on a damp cloth.
• If aluminium foil, plastic items or high sugar content are
allowed to melt on the ceramic glass, clean immediately with
the supplied razor blade scraper before the surface has cooled
down, otherwise pitting of the surface can occur.
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 rib next to the side hole of the burner crown is positioned
into the slot in the burner cup. The burner cap is simply positioned over the top of the
burner crown.
Note: When the burner is correctly fitted it will sit level on the hob.
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CLEANING THE OVEN
Safety warnings for cleaning
• Make sure that the appliance is turned off before cleaning and removing and replacing parts.
• Always immediately clean up spilled food.
Cleaning products
• Do not use caustic based cleaners, as this appliance has aluminium fittings.
• Do not use steam cleaners, as this will cause moisture build-up.
Cleaning enamel
• Rub stains with nylon scourer or cream powder cleanser or use an oven enamel cleaner.
Follow instructions on product carefully.
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners, powder cleaners, steel wool or wax polishers.
Cleaning stainless steel
All grades of stainless steel can stain, discolour or become greasy. You must clean these
areas regularly by following the procedures below, if you want your appliance to look its
best, perform well and have a long life.
Care must be taken when wiping exposed stainless steel edges…they can be
sharp!
• Wash with warm soapy water and rinse with clean water.
• If you want a better look, wipe your appliance with a suitable stainless steel cleaner
then wipe with a soft lint free cloth.
• Use a stainless steel cleaner only where the stainless steel is extremely dirty and / or
discoloured. A suitable cleaner can be purchased from Electrolux Service or Spares.
Note: Make sure you follow the polish or brushing lines in the steel.
Removing the oven door
Remove the oven door for better access when cleaning.
Stirrup
1 Open the door fully.
2 Rotate the two stirrups forwards so they are engaged
onto hooks on hinge arms (see diagram opposite).
3 Hold the stirrups in place and slightly close the door.
The stirrups will now remain engaged.
4 Close the door halfway and lift it away from the oven.
Do not lift the door by the handle. Place one hand either side
of the door, keeping your fingers away from the hinge arms.
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Location notch
CLEANING THE OVEN
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Replacing the oven door
C L E A N I N G
1 Relocate both hinge arms at the same time into the housing on the oven front.
2 Make sure that the location notches on the bottom of the hinge arms are positioned
onto the lower cut-out lip.
3 Close the door partially to make sure that the location notch drops into place.
4 When the hinges are located, open the door fully and make sure that the stirrups are
disengaged.
• Do not immerse the door in water.
• Do not carry the door by the handle.
• Do not use force.
Cleaning the shelves
T H E
O V E N
1 Slide shelves forward until they reach the
front stop.
2 Tilt the shelves up at the front to clear the
side supports.
3 Lift the shelves clear.
4 Wash the shelves in hot soapy water.
5 Reverse the above steps to put shelves
back in.
Removing the shelf supports
1 Grasp the shelf supports at the front.
2 Pull them towards the centre of the oven.
3 To install the shelf supports, first insert
the rear hook into the rear hole.
4 Locate the front peg into the front hole
and push firmly.
Removing the fan cover and
oven light glass
1 Hold fan cover by the two sides.
2 Pull towards you.
3 To replace the fan cover insert the two
tabs at the bottom of the fan cover into
their corresponding holes and then push
the top in firmly.
4 After cleaning the fan, cover must be
replaced.
5 Turn the oven light glass anti-clockwise to
remove it for globe replacement.
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CLEANING THE GRILL
Removing the grill carriage
1 Pull grill door fully out to stops
and remove grill dish
(see diagram opposite).
2 Raise the grill door to disengage the stop pins.
3 Make sure the carriage is clear of
rear pin before lifting it up
(see diagram opposite).
4 Remove grill carriage
from the appliance
(see diagram opposite).
5 Make sure that the slides are pushed into the appliance when the carriage is removed.
Replacing the grill carriage
1 Push the slides fully into appliance.
2 Engage back of grill carriage over
rear pins on both sides.
3 Lower the assembly.
4 Push grill door closed.
5 Replace the grill dish.
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S O LV I N G P R O B L E M S
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.
Possible causes
What to do
Oven or grill not
working
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Power not turned on
Household fuse blown
Controls incorrectly set
Circuit breaker tripped
Switch on electricity
Check fuses
Reset controls
Check circuit breaker
Note: If the household fuse continues to blow, call the Service Centre.
Oven not heating
enough
• Foil or trays on bottom of oven
• Remove foil or trays
Light and fans on continuously
• Timer not in manual mode
• Set timer to manual mode
Oven not working
• Timer not in manual mode
• Household fuse is blown
• Set timer to manual mode
• Check fuses
P R O B L E M S
Problem
S O L V I N G
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.
Note: If the household fuse continues to blow, call the Service Centre.
Oven light not working
• Household fuse blown
• Circuit breaker tripped
• Lamp blown or loose in socket
• 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
• Protective oils being removed
• Turn grill on high for 30 mins
and then the oven on 180oC
for 4-8 hours
Too much condensation
building up when baking
• Too much water used when cooking
• Reduce amount of water
• Leave oven door open
after cooking
Smells when first using oven
• This is normal
60 minute or 2 hour timer ring
not audible
• Timer not wound sufficiently
• Turn timer knob past 20 minutes
then turn back to required
number of minutes
Door can not be replaced
after removal
• Stirrup not engaged properly
• Replace door following the
instructions in this manual
Gas hotplates not working
• Power not turned on at appliance
• Household fuse has blown or power
supply is turned off
• Gas is off
• Switch on electricity
• Check fuses
• Burner parts or spark plugs are wet
or dirty
• Check gas is supplied to the
cooker
• Clean and dry burners or spark
plugs
Note: In the event of a power failure the hotplate burners may still be lit with a handheld igniter
and used. Take care to avoid letting unburnt gas flow for more than 5 seconds when attempting to
light the burner.
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SERVICE
Phone 131 349
• Only an authorised person must service this appliance
(certificate of compliance to be maintained).
• If you need a service, contact the people who know your appliance best –
Electrolux Home Products (ABN 51 004 762 341).
• We are the national service organisation authorised by the manufacturer to service
their products.
• Our technicians are factory trained.
• We offer guaranteed approved parts and a full labour warranty.
If you need a service or a replacement part quote:
• the Model;
• the Model Number;
• the Serial Number.
You will find these on the data plate at the bottom of the ovenfront, when the oven door
is open.
S PA R E PA R T S
Phone 131 350
• If you need spare parts, contact the people who know your appliance best –
Electrolux Home Products (ABN 51 004 762 341).
If you need more information, please contact the Customer Care Centre on these
telephone numbers:
18
Australia
1300 363 640
8am to 5pm Monday to Friday
New Zealand
+649 573 2384
8am to 5pm Monday to Friday
I N S TA L L I N G T H E A P P L I A N C E
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Cabinet requirements
Recommended cabinet design
I N S T A L L I N G
This appliance has been designed to ‘slot-in’ to a 600mm wide gap built-in standard
kitchen cabinets. As such the appliance can be installed matching the height and depth of
benches and behind the kick rail of the cabinets. This allows the cooker to integrate well
into contemporary kitchens. The cooker may also be installed at the end of a line of
benches or with a free space on either side.
Warning: This appliance has been tested and approved to the relevant Australian
Standards. It is designed to cook food, it will get hot. Cabinet materials must
be capable of withstanding 85°C. Installation into lower temperature tolerant
cabinetry (eg vinyl coated) may result in deterioration of the low temperature
coating by discolour or bubbling.
Electrolux Home Products cannot accept responsibility for damage caused by installation
into low temperature tolerant cabinets.
T H E
A P P L I A N C E
Installation sequence
1 Check that the required services are
correctly positioned (see electrical and gas
services requirements section and cabinet
requirements section).
2 Ensure that cabinetry has correct details
(see cabinet requirements section).
3 Unpack the cooker.
4 Remove the foam pack containing
accessories.
5 Lift off the carton sleeve, lift cooker off
base, remove all packaging tape,
protective plastic coatings and foam
packaging. Leave all warning labels for
the customer.
6 Attach splash back using the three screws
provided, ensuring a square fit.
7 Remove the internal pack from the oven
and position shelf supports and grill trays
(see page 16).
8 On gas cookers position gas burners and
trivets (see page 14).
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I N S TA L L I N G T H E A P P L I A N C E
9 Securely fix both anti-tilt brackets to the floor, using the fasteners provided. Locate the
brackets against the rear wall so that the outside edges are 600mm apart. Two
fasteners must be used on each bracket and the fasteners must suit the floor material.
Note: The splashback must be in contact with the rear wall for the feet to be engaged
in brackets.
10 Slide the cooker back into the anti-tilt
brackets, so that the splashback rests
against rear wall.
11 Check for height and level of the
product. Pull the cooker forward,
adjust the levelling feet, and return
to final position.
12 Connect services and commission the
cooker (see commissioning section).
13 Fit removable kick rail, or screw
on the kick panel.
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ELECTRICAL AND GAS SERVICES REQUIREMENTS
10
• Ensure that the correct electrical and gas connections are provided.
• See data label on front frame for Model Number and further details.
• Flexible gas connections are not permitted.
• See diagram below for service connection point for 635 models
(see diagram over the page for 632 models).
• If the supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its
service agent or similarly qualified person in order to avoid hazard.
E L E C T R I C A L
Note: • Ensure that all services fit provided fit within the space defined in diagram
below.
A N D
G A S
400
435
45
80
side panel
R E Q U I R E M E N T S
lower brace
S E R V I C E S
85
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CONNECTING TO SERVICES AND COMMISSIONING
TERMINAL BLOCK
FIXED WIRING HOLE
ANTI-TILT BRACKET
ACCESS PANEL
HARDWIRED CONNECTION
MODEL 632
This appliance must be installed by an authorised person, according to all codes and
regulations of:
• Electrical supply authorities.
• Building regulations
• Local government and council authorities.
• AS5601/AG601 (particular attention to 5.12.1 and figure 5.1 on page 90, 5.12.1.7).
• AS/NZS 3000 (particular attention to clause 4.3.11 and clause 3.9).
Model No 632 all electric cooker, fixed wired
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•
•
•
Ensure the anti-tilt brackets have be correctly installed (see page 21).
Check that cabinets and electrical connection are suitable (see pages 20 & 23).
Remove access panel to gain access to mains connection terminals.
Fix wire using suitable cable in accordance with ASINZS 3000, through the fixed wiring
hole, allowing enough length to remove the cooker for maintenance and service.
• Protect wiring against mechanical failure. Refer to AS/NZS 3000 Cause 3.9.
• 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 socketoutlet fitted to the final sub-circuit in the fixed wiring that is intended to supply this
cooking range.
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CONNECTING TO SERVICES AND COMMISSIONING
S E R V I C E S
A N D
C O M M I S S I O N I N G
• For LPG appliances ensure that the injectors are changed. A kit is available and they
should be installed as per the details in the table on page 24. The testpoint union will
need to be used and the turndown rate will need to be adjusted (see below).
• Ensure the anti-tilt brackets have be correctly installed (see page 21).
• Check that cabinets, gas connection are suitable (see pages 20 & 22).
• Ensure that a 20A power outlet has been installed, that is accessible when the appliance
is installed and is not located directly above the hob. Ideally the power outlet should be
placed in an adjacent cupboard.
• Slide cooker into final position checking that the anti-tilt brackets are engaged and
that wiring loops and gas supply are free from jamming and obstacles.
• Fit the supplied pressure regulator for Natural Gas or the supplied test point union for
LPG appliances using the supplied sealing washer. Ensure the arrow is pointing towards
the appliance and that the regulator adjusting screw and pressure test point are
accessible (see diagram below).
• Make the gas connection to the inlet of the regulator or test point adapter using a
fitting to suit the 1/2” BSP parallel internal thread found on these fittings. Flexible
connections are not permitted with, this appliance.
• Turn on gas and check all fittings for leaks.
• Make electrical connection.
• Correctly fit all hot plate burners and trivets.
• Operate the appliance and allow for air in the gas lines to be purged.
• Connect a manometer to the appliance and check the operating pressure.
• For Natural Gas appliances adjust the pressure regulator according to the natural gas
regulator adjustment section on page 25.
• For LPG appliances adjust the pressure regulator to match the table on page 24.
Note: The regulator is usually remote from the appliance, often at the bottle.
• Check ignition on all burners, on high and low.
– If the flames are much larger or smaller than expected the injectors may need to be
checked, refer to the table on page 24.
T O
Model No 635 gas and electric cookers, plug connect
C O N N E C T I N G
• Provide a functional switch near the appliance in an accessible position.
• Supply a means of disconnection with a contact separation of at least 3mm
in the fixed wiring.
• Slide cooker into final position checking that anti-tilt bracket are engaged and that
wiring loops are free from jamming and obstacles Check for height and level, adjust
timer, oven light, oven fan, cooling fan, hotplate elements, grill element, oven element
and indicator lights.
• If the appliance’s operation is faulty place an appropriate warning notice on the
appliance. If the fault appears to be dangerous the appliance should be disconnected
• When satisfied with the installation and that the unit is operating correctly, fit the kick
panel using 2 screws provided, or fit the cabinet kick rail.
Note: Where a kick rail is used check that the 15mm recess has been cut from the rail as
shown on page 20, and that the rail is easily removed for service.
• Turn the unit off and instruct the customer on correct operation. Ask the customer to
operate timer and controls and ensure that the correct procedure is understood.
Advise the customer to condition the cooker at 180oC for 4-8 hours to burn off any
manufacturing residue and that unpleasant odours will be emitted during this period.
• Advise the customer that, in the event of fault, they should contact the manufacturers
local service organisation or the retailer from whom the appliance was purchased. (For
contact with service centres, see page 19).
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10
CONNECTING TO SERVICES AND COMMISSIONING
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•
•
•
– If the low settings on the hotplate burners require adjustment then disconnect the
power and remove the knobs and skirts. Turn the adjustment screw in the valve body
adjacent to the spindle to adjust the flame using a long fine screwdriver. Adjust the
flame at a low setting while all other burners are at maximum. Reconnect the power
after all adjustments have been made.
Check the operation of all other parts of the appliance: clock/timer, oven light, oven
fan, cooling fan, grill element, oven element and indicator lights: If the appliance’s
operation is faulty or cannot be adjusted to perform correctly, place an appropriate
warning notice on the appliance. If the fault appears to be dangerous the appliance
should be disconnected.
When satisfied with the installation and that the unit is operating correctly, fit the kick
panel using 2 screws provided, or fit the cabinet kick rail.
Note: where a kick rail is used check that the 15mm recess has been cut from the rail as
shown on (page 20), and that the rail is easily removed for service.
Turn the unit off and instruct the customer on correct operation. Ask the customer to
operate timer and controls and ensure that the correct procedure is understood.
Advise the customer to condition the cooker at 180oC for 4-8 hours to burn off any
manufacturing residue and that unpleasant odours will be emitted during this period.
Advise the customer that, in the event of fault, they should contact the manufacturers
local service organisation or the retailer from whom the appliance was purchased.
(For contact with service centres, see page 19).
NG Regulator
Important:
Internal
Flange
Flat fibre washer
must be installed
e
Applianc
Gas type
Supply pressure (kPa)
At inlet to appliance Regulator (if fitted)
Operating pressure (kPa)
At appliance test Point
Gas Flow
Natural Gas
Propane
ULP
1.13 Min.
2.75*
2.75*
1.00
2.75
2.75
Injector orifice sizes (mm)
Low heat burner
0.55
0.55
Medium heat burner
1.35
0.70
0.70
High heat burner
1.60
0.82
0.82
Intense heat wok burner
1.80
1.05
0.95
*
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1.00
if the regulator is placed upstream of the appliance inlet, as is normal for appliances
operating on LPG, then the supply pressure and operating pressure are the same.
CONNECTING TO SERVICES AND COMMISSIONING
10
Natural gas regulator adjustment
Check supply pressure
…if supply pressure is between 1.13 and 1.20 kPa then proceed as follows:
–
1.2 kPa —
–
–
1.1 kPa —
–
1.0 kPa —
–
0.9 kPa —
1.1 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.
C O M M I S S I O N I N G
–
1.2 kPa —
A N D
1 Turn all burners on to maximum.
2 Adjust the screw so that the test point pressure reads 0.85 kPa and tighten the nut
slightly.
3 Turn smallest burner to minimum and all others off. Gently tap the regulator until test
point pressure is stable and read pressure.
4 Turn all burners on to maximum and read pressure. Evaluate the difference between
this reading and that found in step 3.
5 Adjust the screw so that the difference between 1.0 kPa and the reading is
approximately half the difference between the two readings found in steps 3 and 4.
6 Repeat steps 3 to 5 until no further adjustment is required. The 1.0 kPa mark should
now lie approximately halfway between the reading with all burners on at maximum
and the reading with the small burner on at minimum. Lock the nut.
S E R V I C E S
…if supply pressure is above 1.20 kPa then proceed as follows (refer Figure below):
T O
1 Turn the adjusting screw outward until the pressure just begins to drop. Carefully adjust
to a pressure of 1.10 kPa.
Note: that the screw may unwind fully before the pressure drops. If so then simply
remove the screw and let the pressure fall, then reinsert the screw and complete
the adjustment.
2 Turn the control for the small burner slightly away from minimum until the pressure
drops and then slowly turn back to minimum.
3 Repeat 1 and 2 until the pressure always returns to 1.10 kPa.
4 Turn all burners on to maximum and read pressure. If it is below 0.82 kPa then repeat
steps 1 to 4.
5 Lock the nut.
C O N N E C T I N G
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 insufficient.
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NOTES
26
NOTES
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SPARE PARTS CENTRES
(09) 573 2220
3 Niall Burgess Road, Mt Wellington, AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND
ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS (NZ) LTD
AUCKLAND
Electrolux Home Products (NZ) Ltd. 3-5 Niall Burgess Road, Mt. Wellington ...................(09) 573 2220
Appliance Parts World Limited, 154 Apirana Ave, Glen Innes ..........................................(09) 528 5555
Prime Distributors Limited, 533H Great South Road, Manukau ........................................(09) 277 7399
WELLINGTON
Stemco, 144 Queens Rd, Lower Hutt, Wellington .............................................................(04) 569 8142
CHRISTCHURCH
R Redpaths, 55 Ferry Road, Christchurch ..........................................................................(03) 379 0446
Prime Distributors Ltd, Unit One, 15 Talfourd Place, Christchurch....................................(03) 377 1009
DUNEDIN
South City Champion, 590 Hillside Road, Dunedin ...........................................................(03) 455 5443
SERVICE – NEW ZEALAND
Serial Number ................................................................
Please keep this card and your Proof of Date of Purchase to show the technician when you need service during the guarantee period.
Address
Retail (Shop) ............................................................................................................................................................................
Full Postal address ...................................................................................................................................................................
Purchaser’s Name ....................................................................................................................................................................
Model ..........................................................................................
Product ........................................................................................ Date of Purchase ..........................................................
For your nearest approved
Service Centre please look in
the Yellow Pages under
Appliance Repairs
OR
Call 0800 106 610
FREE CALL
(New Zealand only)
0800 106 610
PLEASE PHONE
SERVICE CENTRES
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.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
This appliance is warranted by Electrolux Home Products (NZ) Ltd (“the Company”) from the date of purchase. The following
terms and conditions apply:
1 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 “Warranty Period”).
2 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.
3 Light globes, batteries and filters are replaceable parts and are not covered under this warranty.
4 The appliance must be installed and operated in accordance with the Company’s instructions.
5 This Warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear, or any service which is needed after an accident, negligence,
alteration or misuse.
6 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.
7 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.
8 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.
9 This warranty is the only express warranty given by the Company.
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 directly or indirectly arising from the use or inability to use this appliance, or
for personal injury or loss or destruction of other property.
12 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.
13 The Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 does not apply if your appliance is acquired for the purposes of a “business” (as
defined in that Act).
14 This warranty is limited to 90 days from date of purchase if the appliance is used for commercial use.
COOKING APPLIANCE WARRANTY – NEW ZEALAND
Purchase Date:
Purchased from:
Contact the people who know your oven best if you need service – during or after warranty.
We are the national service organisation authorised by the manufacturer to service their products.
Our technicians are factory trained.
We offer guaranteed approved replacement parts and a full labour warranty as part of our service.
For the cost of a local call
(Australia only)
131350
For approved replacement parts for your appliance, your nearest stockist is only a phone call away!
Please phone
ABN 51 004 762 341
Spare Parts
ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS PTY LTD.
For the cost of a local call
(Australia only)
131349
Please phone
•
•
•
•
ABN 51 004 762 341
Service
ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS PTY LTD
Serial No.:
Model:
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.
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”).
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.
Please complete data below for your future reference.
WARRANTY ON COOKING APPLIANCES
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