ZANUSSI ZCM5150 User Manual

ZANUSSI ZCM5150 User Manual
INSTRUCTION BOOK
ELECTRIC GAS COOKER
ZCM 5150
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CONTENTS
Instructions for the user
Instructions for the installer
Technical Features
2
Advice for safety
15
Warnings
3
Installation
16
Description of the appliance
5
Oven lamp replacement
19
Use of the appliance
6
Change of gas
19
Advice for use
11
Maintenance and clening
12
What to do if the appliance does not
work
13
Guarantee conditions
14
After Sales Service
14
How to read the instruction book ?
The symbols below will guide you when reading
the instruction book
Safety instructions
Description of operations step by step
Advice and recommendation
Information environment protection
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TECHNICAL FEATURES
Free standing
Hob
Classe 1
Cover
Pan support
Front right
Back right
Front left
Back left
Oven
Oven
Over burner power
Grill
Grill burner power
Light in the oven
Cleaning
Accessories
Oven grid
Dripping pan
Protective screen
Dimensions
Height
Breadth
Depth
This appliance complies with the
following EEC Directives :
93/68 ; 73/23 (Low Voltage Directive) and
subsequent modifications, 89/336, 90/31,
93/68 (Electro- magnetical Compatibility
Directive) and subsequent modifications,
90/396 (Gas Appliance Directive)
93/68
(General
Directives)
and
subsequent modifications.
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Enamelled
Enamelled
Rapid
Auxiliary
Semirapid
Rapid electric plate
2,6kW
1,0kW
2,0kW
1,5kW
electric
1700W
electric
1800W
Lamp 15W type E14
manuale
875 mm
500 mm
536 mm
WARNINGS
It is very important that this instruction book
should be kept safety for future consultation. If it
should be sold or given to another person, please
ensure that the booklet goes together with it, so
that the new owner can know the functions of the
machine and also be aware of the warnings.
This warnings has been given for your and others
safety.
• This appliance has been designed for use by
adults. Take care therefore, that children do
not attempt to play with it.
• When receiving the appliance, unpack it on
the spot. Check the general aspect of the
appliance. In case you have any comments
write them on the delivery note and keep one
copy.
• Your appliance is intended only for normal
household use. Never use it for other
purposes, as commercial or industrial.
• It is dangerous to modify, or attempt to
modify, the characteristics of this appliance.
• On first use, heat the oven empty in order to
eliminate the unpleasant swells of the thermal
insulation of the oven and residual grease
used in manufacturing.
- Lift the cover.
- Remove the accessories in the oven.
- Remove all type of stickers and plastic
protection.
- Heat the oven for about 45 min, knob on
position “ 250”. During this operation the
appliance with smoke, air the kitchen for
eliminating the swells and the smoke. The
accessories too, should be washed before
the first use.
The use of a gas cooking appliance produces,
heat and humidity in the room in which it is
installed. Ensure good ventilation of the room
keeping natural ventilation openings clear or
installing a mechanic ventilating device.
An intensive and prolonged use of the cooker
could necessitate a supplementary airing by
opening the window, or a more effective
ventilation by increasing the mechanical device
power, if there is.
• In case you use electric appliances near the
cooker (for instance an electric mixer) the
cables should not come into touch with the hot
parts of the cooker or fastened by the oven
door of the cooker.
• Supervise when frying in oil or greys
(chips…), hot greys ran cause fires easily.
• Unstable or deformed pans should not be
placed on the burners in order to avoid
accidents caused by upsetting or boiling over.
• Never pule the appliance by the oven handle.
Beside the accessories in the oven you can
use only heat-proof pans (see instructions of
the manufacturers).
• Do not put products for cleaning or
inflammable material in the drawer (if your
cooker has one) or near the cooker.
• On the open oven door never put :
- heavy things,
- ensure that children do not climb up or sit
on it.
• Always use gloves to remove dishes from
oven or when you come close to the hot
elements of the cooker.
• Do not cover the bottom of the appliance with
aluminium foil, over heating causes damaging
of the enamel.
• Never use the dripping pan as roasting tray,
• In order to avoid damage of knobs do not
have opened the oven door when it works or it
is still hot.
• The flame of the burner has to be smooth.
Avoid draught. If the flame is not regular clean
the burner and if the anomaly persists call
your after sales service.
• After use of your gas cooker ensure that a the
knobs are on “Off” position.
• Do not leave anything (cloths, aluminium foil,
etc.) on the hob when using the burners.
• Always clean the cover before closing.
• When the oven is in use the cover has to be
opened.
• Leave the oven and the hob cool before
closing otherwise the cover could deteriorate.
• Change the gas supply pipe little before its
expire date, mentioned on it.
• Never use propane bottle (cylinder) in your
kitchen or in a closed room.
• Do not allow children near the cooker when it
is in use, for avoiding touch of hot surfaces,
overturning of pots.
• Ensure that children do not handle the knobs
of the appliance.
• Before cleaning disconnect the appliance and
allow to cool.
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• Never use the ignited burners without a pot
on.
• For reasons of good culinary results, hygiene
and safety this appliance must always be
kept clean, the fat sprinklers could give off
unpleasant smells.
• Clean your cooker after each use for
guaranteeing a right functioning.
• Never use steam or high pressure appliances
for cleaning the oven (exactingness related
to electric safety).
Installation
• The work of installation must be carried out
by a qualified installer.
• Any modifications to the domestic electrical
mains which may be necessary for the
installation of the appliance should be carried
out only by qualified electrician.
• During installation or any intervention,
disconnect the appliance.
• The repairs have to be done only by after
sales qualified services.
• Non conforming repair could cause serious
damage.
• Before using and installing this appliance, it
is important to read carefully all the
instructions.
• Thank you for your attention.
We decline our responsibility for possible
damages resulting from bad use and nonobserving of safety rules in force. Do
observe
strictly
the
cleaning
and
maintenance instructions.
Environment protection
are
All materials marked by the symbol
recycling. Store them in places especially
foreseen for this purpose (inform yourself at the
services of your area) for recovery and
recycling.
In case of functioning anomalies it is the after
sales service of your dealer the first to intervene.
In case of moving to another place, closing of
the shop, contact the nearest Consumers
Service (Authorised Services Center) who will
give you the address of an after sales service.
In case of intervention on your appliance ask
your after sales service only the spare parts
certified by the Manufacturer.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
Control panel
Model : ZCM 5150
OVEN
ZANUSSI
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OVEN
MAIN
PILOTS
THERMOSTAT
TOP
0 HOT PLATE
GAS
50
1
200
5
3
150
OVEN
KNOB
FRONT
LEFT
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
GAS
6
2
100
250
GAS
4
BACK
LEFT
HOT PLATE
CONTROL
KNOB
BACK
RIGHT
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
FRONT
RIGHT
BURNER
CONTROL
KNOB
IGNITION
SWITCH
Hob
2
3
1500W
1,0kW
2,0kW
2,6kW
1
1. Front left burner (semi-rapid)
2. Back left - Hot plate Ø145mm
4
3. Back right burner (auxiliary)
4. Front right burner (rapid)
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USE OF THE APPLIANCE
1. Electric traditional oven
Before the first use ensure that the
room is well ventilated: V.M.C.
(Mechanic ventilation) or opened
window.
How to proceed ?
1. Lift the lid.
2. Remove the oven accessories.
3. Detach the adhesive labels, the foil
protection if there is.
4. Heat the oven the corresponding knob on
position “250” for about 45 min.
Clean the accessorie(s) with a soft detergent.
Rinse and dry carefully.
The cooker gets hot when it is in use.
Children should be kept away until it is
has cooled.
When using the oven the cover has to
be opened to avoid over-heating.
The electric oven is equipped with 3 heating
elements:
- 2 heating elements (top and bottom) for
using the oven with closed door (pastry,
beaten mixture cakes in moulds)
- 1 heating grill element, placed in the middle of
top for grilling with door half opened (roast
meat, frying etc.)
Use
The oven can be used in traditional cooking or for
grilling, but not simultaneously.
Control knob (fig.1)
It makes possible to choose the most appropriate
temperature and to select the elements radiating
heat one by one.
Explanations of symbols:
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50-250
To select the temperature turn the knob
clockwise until the pointer indicating the desires
temperature between 50º– 250ºC.
The temperature will be kept constant by the
thermostat.
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0
Off positions
Oven light
Temperature selection
Bottom heat
Top heat
Grill
50
100
250
200
fig. 1
150
If you want more heat coming from the bottom or
more heat coming from the top, turn the knob so
(bottom
as to place the pointer on the symbol
(top heat).
heat) or
Under these circumstances the temperature will
never exceed about 215ºC in the bottom heat
and in the top heat position
too.
Electric grill
Acessible parts of the appliance may
become hot when the grill is in use. Take
care that children do not play near it.
While the grill is in function leave the oven
door half open and put the protective screen
“A” to the knob.
The grill is used for grilling all kind of meat (pork,
beef…) which remain tender, toasts or frying
dishes already cooked.
If you use the grid slide under it, on the lowest
shelf the dripping pan to collect the juice and fat.
For turning off the heating elements.
Turn the knob clockwise to position off “0”.
fig. 2
Cooking in the oven
Traditional cooking
Traditional cooking is made by natural convection
the heated air circulates on the principle of
ascending and descending draughts.
It is necessary to pre-heat the oven.
How to proceed ?
For small cakes, pastry, beaten mixture cakes in
moulds.
1. Preheat the oven the thermostat on position
chosen for cooking:
- about 8 min. for position 50ºC to 150ºC;
- about 15 min for position 175ºC to 250ºC;
2. Insert the meal
fig. 3
Cooking with lower element
This position of the thermostat is recommended
for pizza and fruit pies.
Preheating is necessary.
How to proceed ?
1. Preheat the oven the thermostat on position
for about 10 min.
2. Insert the meal.
fig. 4
Grilling
It is a radiant cooking; it is only the top element
that is heating. This position of the thermostat is
recommended for warning up the cooked meals.
It is not necessary to preheat the oven.
How to proceed ?
1. Insert the meal on the 3rd level (fig. 6).
2. Turn the thermostat on position .
fig. 5
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Grilling
Heat comes from the top of the oven. It is suitable
for grilling meat (beef bacon, pork bacon …) that
remains tender, for toast or to brown already
cooked.
When using the grill it has to be
supervised, the oven door opened the
protective screen in its place.
Roast meat
• Prepare the meat to be roasted, lightly brush it
with oil on both sides.
• Place it on the grill.
• Fix the protective screen.
• Fix the knob oven grill on position
.
• Slide the dripping pan in the guide 1
• Slide the pan support grid in the guide 2 or 3
depending on the thickness of the meat to be
roasted.
• Use guide 3 for the thin pieces to be roasted
(toasts, pork bacon, sausage, small fish…)
• Use guide 2 for thick pieces to be roasted (beef
bacon, large fish, poultry).
• When the first side is brown, turn the meat
without pricking it in order that the juices are
not lost.
• Roast the second side.
• Salt when ending the cooking.
3
2
1
fig. 6
Cooking time has to determined by the thickness of
the piece to be roasted not by its weight.
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Frying
• Fix the protective screen.
.
• Fix the knob oven / grill on position
• Place the dish on the grid and slide it in the
guide 2 or 3.
• Leave the dish under the radiation of the grill for
a few minutes.
Main light
It’s lighted when the hot plate knob is turned on and
lights during the hot plate functioning.
Oven thermostat pilot light
Switches off when the oven reaches selected
temperature and re-lights every time the thermostat
intervenes to stabilize the temperature.
Oven light
It’s lighted once the oven / grill knob is turned on
and lights during the oven functioning.
During use the appliance becomes hot.
Care should be taken to avoid touching heating
elements inside the oven.
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2
1
fig. 7
2. The Hob Burners
To the symbol on the knob corresponds a symbol
on the control panel (fig. 8).
Each burner has a safety device. In case the
flame dies out the safety device stops the gas
supply.
Off
Maximum level
Minimum level
Use the maximum level for boiling and the
minimum for smothering and maintaining boiling.
Choose always positions between the minimum
and maximum, never between maximum and off.
fig. 8
Do not close the lid if the hob is hot, the lid
could be damaged.
Ignition of the burners
1. Push the knob and turn it left to the symbol “big
flame”.
2. In the same time, push the electronic ignition
knob (fig. 9) for obtaining sparkles. Keep it
pushed till turning up of the flame (1 spark /
second).
3. The hob burners are provided with a safety
device. The control knob must be pressed
in for approximately 10 seconds until the
safety valve automatically keeps the flame
lit.
4. Release the knob and watch that the burner
has ignited. Upon ignition, adjust the flame as
required.
fig. 9
If for any reason the flame should extinguish turn
off the relevant control know, leave for at least
one minute and then re-ignite.
Lack of power
1. Push the corresponding knob in completely
and turn it left to the symbol “big flame” and
ignite with a match.
2. The hob burners are provided with a safety
device. The control knob must be pressed
in for approximately 10 seconds until the
safety valve automatically keeps the flame
lit.
3. Release the knob and watch that the burner
has ignited. Upon ignition, adjust the flame as
required.
If for any reason the flame should extinguish turn
off the relevant control know, leave for at least
one minute and then re-ignite.
If after a few attempts the burner does not ignite,
check that the burner ring and its cap are
correctly positioned (fig. 10).
Burner cap
Burner
ring
Thermocouple
(safety device)
fig. 10
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Do not put on the hob things or food liable
to melt.
Hot plate
Depending on the cooking the knob for hot plate
can be fixed on 6 different positions (fig. 11), from 6
(maximum heat) to 1 (minimum heat).
To spare the hot plate and for saving power, we
advise you:
1. to use flat bottom pots, with the right diameter,
never smaller.
2. avoid liquids over flowing when boiling.
3. never leave the plates on without a pot on
them or with an empty pot on them.
In models supplied with a cover, it should not be
closed when the burners are still hot.
0
6
1
2
5
3
4
fig. 11
Good use
Selecting the Correct burner
Above every knob there is a symbol for the
corresponding burner.
For good cooking results, always chose pans,
which properly fit to the diameter of the burner
used (fig. 12). Chose thick, flat bottom pots.
We recommend the flame is lowered as soon as
the liquid starts boiling.
For a correct ignition always keep the burner ring
and the spark plugs clean.
The following diameter pans can be used:
Burner
Rapid
SemiRapid
Auxiliary
Power
(kW)
2,60
Bad use
(Power waste)
fig. 12
Diameter (mm)
min.
max.
165
260
2,00
140
220
1,00
120
160
Good use
Hot plate
What pot to use
Always use pots which properly fit to the chosen
burner (14-16 cm). Chose thick, flat bottom pots
(fig. 13).
Bad use
(Power waste)
Use advice
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•
•
•
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Never leave the plates on without a pan on
them or put a material between the plate and
the pot;
For saving power, it is advisable to cover the
pot every time the recipe allows it;
Turn off the knob before cooking is finished as
the accumulated heat will finish cooking (paste,
rice, smoothing);
For avoiding overflowing (milk, oil, sauce …) fix
the knob on a weaker position some minutes
before boiling, do not fill the pots;
When reducing the power or the plate is turned
off, the temperature lowers slowly.
fig.13
3. Accessories delivered with the appliance
Beside the accessories delivered with the
appliance we advise you to use only heat proof
pots (according to the instructions of the
manufacturer).
Your cooker is equipped with (fig.14):
•
a grate, pan support for putting the dishes on
(roast, pastry moulds …)
The dish has to be put in the middle of the grate to
balance the weight.
•
a roasting tray.
It is used to collect juice when cooking in it, place it
on the shelf 2.
If you do not use the dripping pan, remove it from
the oven.
• a protective screen
It is used for when using the grill.
fig.14
ADVICE FOR USE
Oven cooking
• Turn off your oven 5 minutes before the
foreseen cooking time you will save power,
the accumulated heat will allow to end
cooking;
•
The thickness, the conductibility and the
color of pot influences the culinary results;
•
When cooking, certain dishes increase in
volume, choose the pot so that above the
raw mixture remain enough place;
•
For preventing fat dripping when roasting
use tall rim pans proportional to the piece to
be roasted;
•
Prick the skin of poultry and the sausage
with a fork before cooking to avoid its
blowing up;
•
Between the dish and the oven grid could be
put an aluminium foil but not covering all the
grid;
•
Use glass heat resisting pans for crispy and
soufflés;
•
Add some fat before finishing the cooking.
Never line any part of the oven with
aluminium foil. It would result in an
accumulation of heat which might damage
the cooking results and also damage the
enamel.
The cover has to be opened when using the
oven.
Influence of the pots on oven cooking results
You have to know that:
• The aluminium, the terracotta pots diminish
the browning bellow and maintains the
humidity of the meals. We advice to use it for
pastry, roast meat.
• The enameled cast iron, the tinned pots, the
glass and the heat-proof porcelain, the pots
with non-sticky interior and colored exterior,
increase the browning bellow and dries the
meals. We suggest to use them for pies and
all other crispy cooking that has to be colored
bellow and above.
Cooking on the hob
Choose always the right pot, proportional to the
burner used.
In case you use a large bottom pot, put it slight
backwards on the plate, so that its bottom
should not outrun the front of the enameled hob,
thus avoiding flame exceeding and overheating
of front panel.
Before covering make sure the hob is
cooled, otherwise the cover could be
damaged.
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Before cleaning, check that the knobs
are on “off” position, that the appliance has
cooled
completely
and
that
it
is
disconnected.
Never use abrasive powder or wire
sponge for cleaning the appliance.
Burners
Clean the covers with warm water and mild
detergent, remove all crust.
Never use vinegar.
The flame splitters have to be kept clean for
ensuring good ignition.
Before igniting make sure the flame splitter and
the caps are properly replaced.
The assembly has to be perfectly dry.
Control panel, knobs, enameled pan support,
cover, front and side panels
For cleaning them use a wet sponge with a soft
detergent, rinse and dry.
fig. 15
- close partially the door, to a 30º angle (fig. 16).
- lift the door and pull it out.
Hob
After every use wipe it with a sponge soaked in
warm detergent water, avoiding leakage through
the wholes of the hob. Rinse and dry with a soft
cloth.
In case of overflowing, wet and leave it
dissolving but do not scratch and avoid use of
abrasive or caustic products that could damage
the enamel.
Wipe immediately the stains of vinegar, lemon,
generally the acid substances.
Hot plate
Use a wet sponge and detergent, rinse and dry.
If necessary heat beforehand the plate for
burning the dirt.
The plates must be maintained dry.
From time to time you can wipe with an
absorbant paper lightly oiled.
fig. 16
The internal oven door glass can be removed for
cleaning. For this purpose draw out the 2 fixing
screws (fig. 17).
Cleaning of the accessories.
Clean them with warm water and detergent,
rinse well and dry.
Oven
Enamelled parts: Same cleaning as other
enamelled parts.
Oven door cleaning
For a complete cleaning of the oven door it is
advisable to dismantle as follows:
- open the door completely (fig. 15)
- turn the two blocking parts on the hinges
arms 60º.
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fig. 17
Important: The inner glass has to be always in
place when using the oven.
WHAT TO DO IF THE APPLIANCE DOES NOT WORK
If the appliance does not work properly, check the following points before asking for service; there
could be simple problems that you could remedy by yourself; if not, contact your after sales service.
Symptoms
Solutions
No burner ignites
Check that:
• gas supply is completely open
• the position of gas pipe is right
• the burner is not wet
• the burner cap and ring burner have been
replaced correctly after cleaning
• the control knob has been pressed for 10
seconds upon ignition
Cooking results are not satisfactory
Check that:
• the thermostat is placed correctly;
• the cooking time is adapted;
• the grill is placed correctly in the oven.
The oven smokes
The hot plate and the oven do not work
Check that:
• the oven does not need cleaning;
• the meal does not overflow;
• there is no excessive fat / juice projection on
the oven sides.
Check that:
• the appliance is not unplugged;
• there is no power break.
• Check the fuses.
Rating Plate
The rating plate is fixed at the back of the appliance. When you call your After Sales Service, you have
to specify the model, the product number and the serial number of the appliance.
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GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
Guarantee stipulated in the contract
1 year starting from setting into function the
manufacturer will replace the damaged parts
except the cases mentioned in chapter
“Reserves”.
Conditions for applying
For applying this guarantee you have to direct to
the distributor who sold you the appliance and
submit to him your Guarantee Certificate. The
dealer will or will not overtake the expenses for
the labor and transport in accordance with their
sales conditions.
Reserves:
We draw your attention on the fact that the
guarantee will not be applied:
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•
•
•
•
if the damages are due to shock , abnominal
power variation, etc., or non-observing of the
installation and use conditions stipulated in
the Instruction book, wrong handling,
negligence or wrong, installation nonconforming to the rules imposed by the
power, water, gas distributor;
if the user modified the material or took off
the marking or the serial numbers;
if the person who made the repairing is not
certified by the manufacturer or the dealer;
if the appliance was used for commercial or
industrial purpose or other household
purposes than what it was conceived for;
if the appliance was bought or repaired
outside cantry territory
AFTER SALES SERVICE
Any repair work that needs to be carried out
should be done with the utmost care and
attention. For this reason we recommend that for
any problem you contact the dealer who sold it to
you.
In case of moving to another place, closing of the
shop, contact the nearest Consumers Service
(Authorized Service Center) who will give you the
address of an After Sales Service.
In case of intervention on your appliance ask
your after sales service only spare parts
certified by the Manufacturer.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
ADVICE FOR SAFETY
•
•
•
•
•
•
Before installation ensure that the local
distribution conditions (gas nature and
pressure) and the pre-setting of the
appliance are consistent;
This appliance must be installed only in a
room with good ventilation;
The adjusting conditions of this appliance are
mentioned on the rating plate;
This appliance is not connected to a flue gas
exhaust device. It has to be installed and
connected in accordance with the rules in
force. Special attention should be granted to
the
applicable
disposal
concerning
ventilation;
This appliance is of y type, meaning that the
furniture units can exceed its height;
The neighbouring furniture panels has to be
heat proof or protected by such material.
Electric connection
Check that:
• the power of the installation is enough;
• the supplying lines are in good conditions;
• the diameter of the cables complies with the
installation rules;
• the fix installation has a device with contacts
with omnipolar switch with a minimum
opening between contacts of minimum3 mm.
Installation and maintenance have to be made by
a qualified person in accordance with the
regulations in force, which are:
We deny any responsibility in cases of
accidents or incidents caused lack of
grounding or missgrounding.
Connection to gas main
• Check that the counter flow and the diameter
of piping are enough to supply all the
appliances of the installation (take counsel
with the gas distribution company);
• Check that all connections are tight;
• Install an accessible and visible barrage tap;
• If you use a flexible pipe it has to be easily
inspected all along and must not pass behind
the appliance;
• Change the flexible pipe little before its
expire date stamped on it.
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INSTALLATION
Placement
Remove the plastic packaging and install the
cooker in a dry, ventilated room (fig. 18) not near
curtains, paper, alcohol, petrol, etc…)
The appliance has to be set on a heatproof soil.
This appliance belongs to class “X” in matters of
protection against overheating of surrounding
surfaces.
It is mandatory to keep 2cm distance to the
furniture walls.
Ventilation
The air flow must come directly through openings
of external walls having a free passage of at least
200 cm2 .
These openings should be realized preferably
positioned near the floor, opposite the
combustion products discharge. It should not be
occluded both from inside and outside.
54 cm
min
Gas combustion is possible due to the oxygen in
the air (2 m3 air/h x kW installed power – check
the rating panel of the cooker).
It is necessary to renew the air and that the
combustion products be discharged.
min 15 cm
FOUR
TABLE
CGL 404
2 cm
2 cm
fig. 18
Gas connection
Your cooker is delivered adjusted for the kind of
gas stated on the rating plate.
It might be necessary to pass to another kind of
gas, different to the one it is preset to. Under
these circumstances follow the instructions
bellow.
For best efficiency, lowest consumption and
a longer length of life of your cooker, the manifold
gas pressure has to respect the values shown in
table no. 2.
If the appliance is supplied with Butane or
Propane gas check that from the pressure
regulator, the pressure for Butane is 28 mbar and
for Propane is 37 mbar.
Fitting
Connection
gas
Connection using a rigid pipe or a flexible
pipe (class 1).
1. For network gas:
Flexible, nonmetal pipe
• Use a flexible rubber pipe non longer than
1,5 m and inner diameter of 15 mm mounted
with its holder
• Make sure it is well inserted and fix it by
means of a collar.
Pipe
flexible
Necklace
fig.19
16
Flexible pipe
• Flexible pipe (mechanic connection) max
length 1.5 m;
• We advice to use a flexible pipe, according to
the national rule in force, not shorter than 1 m,
depending on the position of the tap;
• Connect one end of the pipe to the blocking
tap, than, before placing the appliance
between the furniture, connect the other end
to the pipe extension, inserting a gasket.
• Place the cooker checking that the loop made
by the flexible pipe develops in the sanitary
empty of the furniture.
Rigid pipe
• Rigid pipe with screw nut.
Pipe
flexible
Pipe
flexible
fig.20
Fitting
2. For cylinder butane propane gas:
•
•
•
We advise you to use flexible pipe according
to the national rule in force of minimum 1 m;
this length is chosen depending on the
position of the connection to the gas supply;
For the old butane installations you can use a
flexible rubber pipe of max 1,5 m and 6 mm
diameter, mounted with the special butane
holder ;
Fix it well by means of a collar for each end.
The appliance ran be connected to the gas
supply, right or left side, by one print of
connection. The end of the distributing pipe is
threaded.
It is necessary to route the connecting hose
(flexible) at the back of the appliance as shown in
the diagram. Ensure that the rubber hose is not
in contact with any part of the hatched area
shown in the diagram. The hose has to be fixed
in the support by means of the clamp supplied.
The hose should not have narrow curves or
throttlings. Check tightness with soapy water.
Electrical connection
Holder
butane
Flexible
rubber
Necklace
fig. 21
Connection
of flexible
hose
clamp
fig. 22
Important
Any electrical work required to install
this hob should be carried out by a qualified
electrician
or
competent
person,
in
accordance with the current regulations.
THIS COOKER MUST BE EARTHED.
The manufacturer declines any liability
should these safety measures not be
observed.
switching on, make sure the
Before
electricity supply voltage is the same as that
indicated on the rating plate.
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Note:
In case of a direct connection to the mains you
have to interpose an omnipolar switch a
minimum opening between contacts of 3 mm.
The switch should be sited within 2m of the hob
and be easily accessible upon completion of the
installation.
The yellow-green grounding cable has not to be
interrupted by the switch.
Ensure that the supply cord is not in contact with
any part of the hatched area shown in the
diagram (fig.22).
NOTE: The earth wire should be about 2 cm
longer than the live and neutral wires.
Use the cable with the section indicated in the
table no.1.
Before connecting check that:
•
fuse and household electric installation can
bear the charge of the appliance (see rating
plate);
How to proceed?
•
•
•
•
•
Unscrew and remove the protective cover at
the back of the appliance;
Connect the power cord to the terminal of the
cooker according to the table no.1;
Fix by means of cable clamp;
Make sure that the connection to the terminal
is matching the network power;
Remount and screw the protective cover at
the back of the appliance.
Table no.1
Connection type
Cable connection to the
terminal plate
Network power
Voltage of heating
elements
Fusible capacity
Cable section
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Single phase
1 2 3 4 5
L1
N
Tri-phase
1 2 3 4 5
PE
L1
L2
L3 PE
Tri-phase Y 3 ph. +
neutral
1 2 3
4 5
L1 L2 L3 N
Tri-phase Y 2 ph. +
neutral
1
PE
2 3 4 5
L1 L2
N
PE
230 V
230 V
230 V / 400 V
230 V / 400 V
230 V
230 V
230 V
230 V
20 A
3 x 4 mm²
20 A
4 x 4 mm²
16 A
5 x 2,5 mm²
16 A
4 x 2,5 mm²
OVEN LAMP REPLACEMENT
Ensure that the appliance is switched off
before replacing the lamp to avoid possibility
of electric shock.
This lamp of 15 W, convection E 14 (230/240V)
is a special lamp for “higher” temperature, up
to 300˚C. It is supplied on order, by your After
Sales Service.
The lamp is fixed in front of the oven and is
accessible from inside.
For reaching the lamp:
1. Unscrew the glass lamp protection (fig. 23);
2. Unscrew the lamp;
3. Replace the lamp;
4. Remount the lamp protection
During use the appliance becomes hot.
Care should be taken to avoid touching
heating elements inside the oven.
fig. 23
CHANGE OF GAS
Your cooker is foreseen to work with natural gas,
propane or butane. It is not foreseen for butane
or propane air.
For changing the gas type it is necessary to:
• replace the nozzles (hob);
• adjust the minimum level;
• check the gas connection.
SPECIFICATION NOZZLES NO. 2
(Cat : II 2E+ 3+ )
Burner
Normal Reduced
By-pass
power power
(mm)
(Kw)
(Kw)
RAPID
2,60
0,72
0,42
SEMIRAPID
2,00
0,43
0,32
AUXILIARY
1,00
0,35
0,29
Gas type
Natural gas G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
Natural gas G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
Natural gas G20
Butane G30
Propane G31
Pressure
(mbar)
Nozzle
diameter
(mm)
20
28-30
37
20
28-30
37
20
28-30
37
1,12
0,86
0,86
0,96
0,71
0,71
0,70
0,50
0,50
Cons.
g/h
m3/h
0,248
188,8
0,191
145,2
0,093
72,6
Stick the label delivered with the
appliance (spare nozzles, corresponding to
the type of gas used).
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Replacement of the nozzles
Every appliance has spare nozzles for every gas.
The whole of every nozzle is marked in microns
on the nozzle.
For changing the nozzles:
1. Remove the pan support;
2. Remove the burners;
3. Using a socket spanner 7 unscrew the
nozzles (fig. 24) and replace them with those
required for the type of gas in use (see table
no. 2).
Put in place the burners and the pan supports.
Adjustment
burners.
of
minimum
level
of
fig. 24
plate
When changing the gas type watch that the
minimum level be correct. A regular flame at
minimum level is about 4 mm; check that, turning
quickly the knob from the maximum to the
minimum position, the burner doesn’t go out.
Flame adjustment
1.
2.
3.
4.
Light the burner
Turn the knob to minimum level
Pull out the knob
Unscrew or screw the pin (on the right of tap
axle, fig. 25) until a regular small flame is
obtained. For butane-propane gas, screw
totally the pin clockwise
5. Put in place the knob
6. Turn the knob several times from maximum to
minimum level for verifying the flame steadiness.
20
fig. 25
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