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Electrolux 31GFGW User Manual
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IMPORTANT!
This new appliance is easy to use. Nonetheless,
to obtain best results it is important to read this
brochure carefully and to follow all the instructions
before using for the first time. In additon to
instructions for installation, use and maintenance
of the appliance, you will find other useful advice
in this brochure.
GUARANTEE
Your new appliance is under guarantee. You will find
the guarantee certificate attached. If it is missing,
request it from your retailer indicating the date of
purchase, model and identificaton number which are
engraved on the appliance’s small registration plate.
Retain the certificate in order to present it to the
Technical Assistance Service with the receipt or invoice
in case of necessity.
Should all these conditions not be satisfied, the
Technical Assistance Service will have to make a
charge.
The Technical Assistance Service, through its numerous
authorized Centres, provides assistance to the most
important makes of electrical domestic appliances. In
case of necessity contact the nearest Centre by
consulting the telephone directory or, of course, the
yellow pages under the section Electrical Domestic
Appliances/Repairs.
These instructions are only valid for countries whose identification symbols are shown on the inside
cover of this information brochure and on the appliance itself.
Appliance
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Class 1 and
Class 2
Sub-Class 1
WARNINGS - GAS COOKERS - ELECTROGAS
It is very important that this instruction book should be kept safely for future consultation. If
the appliance should be sold or given to another person, please ensure that the booklet goes
together with it, so that the new owner can know of the functions of the machine and also be
aware of the warnings.
This warnings has been given for the safety of you and others. We therefore ask you to carefully
read the procedures of installing and using this cooker.
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This appliance has been designed for use by adults.
Take care, therefore, that children do not attempt to
play with it.
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This product is intended for the cooking of food and
must not be used for other purposes.
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The work of installation must be carried out by
competent and qualified installers according to the
regulations in force.
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Any modifications to the domestic electrical mains
which may be necessary for the installation of the
appliance should be carried out only by competent
personnel.
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It is dangerous to modify, or attempt to modify, the
characteristics of this appliance.
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Unstable or deformed pans should not be placed on
the burners or plates in order to avoid accidents
caused by upsetting or boiling over.
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Particular care should be taken when cooking with
oil or fat.
The appliance remains hot for a long time after being
switched off. Supervise children at all times, paying
attention that they do not touch surfaces or remain in
the vicinity of the appliance when in use or when not
completely cooled.
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If the appliance is fitted with a cover, its function is to
protect the surface from dust when closed and to accumulate splashes of grease when open.Do not use
for other purposes.
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Always clean the cover before closing.
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Leave the burners and/or plates to cool before closing.
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All the covers, in plate glass or enamel, are removable
to facilitate cleaning.
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Always ensure that the knobs are in the « » (Stop)
position when the appliance is not in use.
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Always insert the dripping pan when using the grill or
when cooking meat on the grid. Pour a little water
into the dripping pan to avoid grease burning and
creating unpleasant smells.
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Always use oven gloves to remove dishes from the
oven.
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During the first minutes of use, the thermal insulation
of the oven, and residual grease from manufacture,
produce smoke and disagreeable smells. On first use,
we advise heating the oven, empty, for approximately
45 minutes. Then leave to cool and clean the inside
of the oven with hot water and a mild detergent.
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The accessories (grid and dripping pan) should be
washed before using for the first time.
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Take care when using cleaning products in spray form:
never direct the spray onto the resistance or the
thermostat bulb.
If, when placing food in the oven, or when removing
it, a large quantity of oil, juice, etc. spills onto the
bottom of the oven, re-clean before starting to cook
to avoid unpleasant smoke and also the possibility of
these substances catching fire.
Ensure that air can circulate around the gas appliance.
Poor ventilation can produce a lack of oxygen.
WARNING: 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 an extractor hood with a discharge tube.
In case of doubt ask installer for advice.
For reasons of hygiene and safety this appliance must
always be kept clean. A build up of grease or other
food can cause fires.
Avoid installation of the cooker near inflammable
material (e.g. curtains, tea towels, etc.).
Supply the appliance with the type of gas stamped
on the relevant adhesive label situated in the immediate vicinity of the gas connection tube.
The gas oven becomes hot with the movement of air.
The holes on the bottom of the oven must never be
obstructed. Do not cover the sides of the oven with
aluminium foil, in particular the lower part of the
opening.
The appliance is heavy, move it carefully.
Before maintenance and cleaning disconnect the
appliance and allow to cool.
To facilitate ignition, light the burners before
placing pans on the grid. After having lit the burners
check that the flame is regular.
Always lower the flame or turn it off before removing
the pan.
Ensure that the oven grids are inserted correctly (see
instructions).
If there are self-cleaning panels they should only be
cleaned with soap and water (see cleaning
instructions).
Only heat-resistant plates may be placed in the drawer
situated under the oven.Do not put combustible
materials there.
In case of repairs, do not attempt to correct yourself.
Repairs carried out by unqualified persons can cause damage. Contact an authorized Technical
Assistance Centre and insist an original spareparts.
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CONTENTS
Technical Data
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Instructions for the User
Installation
Use
Gas oven
Turnspit
Suggestion for operating
of the hob burners and the oven
Cooking Tables
Maintenance
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Instructions for the installer
Gas Connection
Adaptation to different types of gas
Electrical Connection
What to do if the appliance doesn’t work
Service and Spare parts
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During cooking on the grill or in the oven, the
unit is kept at a high temperature in relation to
the plate glass door and adjacent parts. Take
care therefore, that children do not play near it.
When connecting household appliances to a
plug near the unit, ensure that they are kept away
from the flame and the oven door.
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TECHNICAL DATA
DIMENSIONS OF THE APPLIANCE
Height
Lenght
Width
850
600
600
WARNING: 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 an extractor hood with a discharge tube.
In case of doubt ask installer for advice.
This appliance complies with the following
E.E.C. Directives:
• 73/23 - 90/683 (Low Voltage Directive);
• 89/336 (Electromagnetical Compatibility
Directive);
• 90/396 (Gas Appliance Directive);
• 93/68 (General Directives);
and subsequent modifications.
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CATEGORY:
III 1a2H3+
GAS SETTING:
L.P.G.
30/37 mbar
VOLTAGE TENSION:
230 V ~ 50 Hz
ELECTRIC GRILL RATING:
1800 W
MANUFACTURER:
ELECTROLUX ZANUSSI ELETTRODOMESTICI S.p.A.
Viale Bologna, 298
47100 FORLÍ (Italia)
The appliance power ratings and other technical data are provided on the rating plate, positioned in the right
hand side of the oven facade (simply open the oven door.)
INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
INSTALLATION
It is important that all operations are carried out by
qualified personnel, in the normal manner.
The specific instructions are describred in the chapter
on installation.
Before using the unit, take off the special protective layer
which protects the stainless steel and anodyne tin parts.
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During the first minutes of use, the thermal insulation
of the oven, and residual grease from manufacture,
produce smoke and disagreeable smells. On first
use, we advise heating the oven, empty, for
approximately 45 minutes. Then leave to cool and
clean the inside of the oven with hot water and a
mild detergent.
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USE
Control knobs for the gas burners (Fig. 1)
The knobs for using the gas cooker are found on the
control panel.
The regulation knobs hould be turned in anti-clockwise
direction until the small flame symbol, and vice-versa
for the larger symbol.
No gas supply
If the flame accidentaly goes out, turn the knob to the
position “ ”, and wait at least 1 minute before trying to
light the flame again.
WARNING: if you cannot light the flame even after
several attempts, do not insist neither attempt to repair
the appliance yourself. Call the nearest Technical
Assistance Centre.
To interrupt the supply of gas, turn the knob in a
clockwise direction to the position " ".
In the event of a loss of power, you can light the burner
approaching it with a flame and following the instructions
provided above.
Maximum gas supply
Minimum gas supply
All models are equipped with a safety-valve. In case of
extinction of the flame, this device will operate, stopping
gas supply (ex.: overflowing, draughts).
During cooking, when using fats or oils, take
particular care as they can, when over-heated, selfignite.
When using pots or pans with diameter over 200
mm. on the big-rapid burner, place the special grid
on the pan support, as shown in fig.2.
IGNITION OF HOB BURNERS
To ignite a burner, before positioning the saucepan, use
the appropriate switch marked by a small spark, push
the corresponding knob in completely and turn in an
anticlockwise direction to the maximum position; upon
ignition, the control knob must be pressed in for
approximately 5 seconds until the safety valve
automatically keeps the flame lit. Then regulate the flame
as required.
If after a few attempts the burner does not ignite, check
that the baffle and its cap are correctly positioned.
Fig. 2
Table of minimum and maximum diameters of recipients
to be placed on burners.
Burner
min diam
max diam
Big-Rapid (large)
ø 220 mm
ø 260 mm
S/Rapid (medium)
ø 120 mm
ø 220 mm
ø 80 mm
ø 160 mm
Auxiliary (small)
Fig. 1
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HOTPLATES
POTTERY
The hotplates control knob can be adjusted on four
different positions, according to your cooking needs,
from maximun heat (position 4) to minimum heat
(position 1), as shown in Fig. 3.
Remember that a wide-bottomed pan allows a faster
cooking than a narrow one.
Always use pots which properly fit what you have to
cook.
Particularly make sure that the pans are not too small
for liquids, since these could easily overflow.
Moreover, the pans should not be too large for a faster
cooking. In fact, grease and juices may spread on the
bottom and burn easily.
It is better to use non-openable moulds for baking cakes.
In fact, an openable mould lets juices and sugar leak
through, falling on the bottom of the oven and
consequently burning on the bottom of the baking tray,
making cleaning difficult.
Avoid putting plastic-handled pans in the oven as they
are not heat-proof.
You should use pans with the right diameter to fit the
burner, in order to make the most out of it, thus reducing
gas consumption as in Fig. 4.
It is also advisable to cover any boiling casserole and,
as soon as the liquid starts boiling, lower the flame
enough to keep the boiling point.
Saucepans suitable for use on solid plate hobs should
have several characteristics:
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they should be fairly heavy duty;
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they should fit the heat area exactly, or be slightly
larger for efficient use, NEVER smaller;
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they should have a flat base to ensure good contact
with the plate.
This is particularly important when using pans for high
temperature frying or pressure cooking.
Ensure pans are large enough to avoid liquids being
spilt onto the plates.
Never leave the plates on without a pan on them or
with an empty pan on them.
1
4
0
2
3
Fig. 3
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In case of intensive or long time use of the
appliance, make the ventilation more efficient,
by opening a window or increasing the electric
exhaust fan power.
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The glass lid, if the appliance is supplied with,
should not be closed when the burners are still
hot, as it could splinter.
Fig. 4
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GAS OVEN
IGNITION
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140
Open the oven door
press the oven knob (Fig. 5) and turn anti-clockwise
until the maximum temperature position is reached,
and at the same time push the relevant button
marked with a little spark;
• keep the knob pressed in for approximately 5
seconds until the safety valve automatically keeps
the oven burner lit.
If the flame does not light the first time, keep the oven
door open and wait 1 minute at least before repeating
the operation. Once the oven has been lit, adjust the
flame as required.
ax
m
16
0
200
240
Fig. 5
— If the flame should accidentally go out, turn the oven
knob at the "off" position (symbol "●") and wait at
least 1 minute before trying to light the burner again.
In the event of a loss of power, you can light the oven
burner holding a flame near the hole in the bottom, as
shown in Fig. 5, and following the instructions provided
above.
When cooking with the oven or grill, the lid must be
kept open to avoid over-heating.
In models provided with thermometer, check the temperature indicator after the oven burner has been lit for
a few minutes, then turn the oven knob until the indicator
is set on the required temperature.
To adjust automatically the flame in cookers equipped
with thermostat, turn the knob to the position
corresponding to the temperature desired, after a few
minutes of work.
The oven is equipped with a grid and an enamelled
dripping-pan, which purpose is to collect the juices
dripping from the meat on the grid or on the spit.
Cookings can be carried out both on the grid or in the
pan.
In models provided with a position catch grid (fig. 7)
and when cooking on the grid or on the spit, you are
advised to fit the dripping-pan (A-fig. 7) in the guides
beneath the grid (B-fig. 7) to avoid dirtying the oven.
if you need to place the dripping-pan over the oven grid
during cooking, position it as shown in the particular of
Fig. 7.
Fig. 6
FO 1079
FO 0190
Fig. 7
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ELECTRIC GRILL
To cook dishes with the electric grill, push and turn the
oven knob (Fig. 6) clockwise until the position
. At
the same time, the grill pilot light will come on.
Remeber to place the dripping-pan under the grid, to
avoid melted fats or oils to fall on the oven base.
When using the electric grill, the oven door must be
left half-oven and the protection shield for the front
panel must be properly fitted (see Fig. 9-10).
WARNING: When using the grii, the accessible parts of
the appliance become very hot. Keep the children at
distance.
TURNSPIT
Some models may be equipped with a rotisserie. For
correct use, proceed as follows:
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fit the spit-holder hook on the support (fig. 8);
slide the spit into the food to be cooked and secure
well;
rest the front part of the spit on the hook, ensuring
that the point of the spit is well inserted into the
rotisserie motor housing (fig. 8);
remove the handle;
turn the oven knob to the grill position or, when
required for some models, turn on the motor by
means of the appropriate switch.
When cooking with the turnspit you are advised to
leave the oven door half open and to fit the knob
protection shield as shown in fig.9-10.
Fig. 9
Fig. 8
FO 0706
Fig. 10
FO 0152
FO 0375
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SUGGESTIONS FOR GAS BURNERS
Start your cooking with a big flame by turning the knob
to the symbol . Then adjust the flame as necessary.
The outside of the flame is much hotter than its inside
(nucleus). Accordingly , the top of the flame should lick
the bottom of the pan. Excessive flames mean a waste
of gas.
In contrast with electric grids, gas burners do not require
flat-bottomed pans: the flames lick the bottom and
spread the heat all over the surface.
No special pans are required for gas burners. However,
thinwalled pans transmit the heat to the food more
quickly than thick-walled ones.
Since heat doesn't spread evenly on the pan's bottom,
the food may only be partially heated. Consequently it
is advisable to stir the food many times.
A thick pan bottom prevents partial overheating as it
allows sufficient thermic compensation.
Avoid very small pans. Wide and shallow pans are more
suitable than narrow and deep ones as they allow a
faster heating. Cooking is not quickened by placing
narrow pans on wide burners. The result is just a waste
of gas. For a proper usage, place small pans on small
burners and large pans on large burners.
Remember to cover pans to reduce gas consumption.
SUGGESTIONS FOR OPERATING OF OVEN
Traditional cooking
Heat derives from the top and the bottom, it is therefore
preferable to use the central guides. If cooking requires
more heat from the bottom or the top, use the upper or
lower guides.
ADVICE FOR USE OF THE TRADITIONAL
OVEN
For the cooking of cakes
Pre-heat the oven , unless indicated differently, for at
least 10 minutes before use. Do not open the oven
door when cooking dishes which must raise (e.g. raised
pastries and soufflés); the jet of cold air would block
the raising process. To check if cakes are cooked, insert
a toothpick into the mixture; if it comes out clean the
cake is ready. Wait until at least 3/4 of the cooking time
has passed before doing this check.
As a general rule remember that:
a dish which is well-cooked on the outside but not
sufficiently cooked inside would have required a lower
temperature and longer cooking time. On the contrary,
a “dry” texture would have required a shorter time and
higher cooking temperature.
For the cooking of meat
Meat to be cooked in the oven should weigh at least 1
kilo to avoid its becoming too dry. If you want roasts
with a good colour, use very little oil. If the piece is
lean, use oil or butter or a little of both. Butter or oil are
on the other hand unnecessary if the piece has a strip
of fat. If the piece has a strip of fat on one side only, put
it in the oven with this side upwards; when melting the
fat will grease the lower side sufficiently.
Red meat should be removed from the fridge one hour
before cooking otherwise the sudden change of temperature could cause it to become tough. A roast,
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especially if of red meat, must not be salted at the
beginning of cooking as salt causes juices and blood to
seep out of the òmeat, thus preventing the formation of
a well-browned crust.
It is advisable to salt the outside of the meat after just
over half the cooking time.
Place the roast in the oven in a dish having a low rim; a
deep dish shields heat.
Meat can be placed on an ovenproof dish or directly on
the grill, under which the dripping pan will be inserted
to collect juice. Ingredients for gravy should only be put
in the dish immediately if cooking time is brief, otherwise
they should be added during the last half hour.
Begin cooking rare meat at a high temperature, reducing
the temperature to finish cooking the inside.
The cooking temperature for white meat can be moderate throughout.
The degree of cooking can be checked by pressing the
meat with a fork; if it does not give the meat is cooked.
At the end of cooking it is advisable to wait at least 15
minutes before cutting the meat in order that the juices
are not lost.
Before serving plates can be kept warm in the oven at
minimum temperature.
For the cooking of fish:
Cook small fish from start to finish at a high temperature. Cook medium-sized fish initially at a high temperature and then gradually lower the temperature.
Cook large fish at a moderate temperature from start to
finish.
Check that baked fish is cooked by gently lifting one
side of the gut; the meat must be white and opaque
throughout, except in the case of salmon, trout or similar.
Grilling
The following types of meat are suitable for grilling.
Mostly meat or offal cut in slices or pieces of various
sizes, but not usually very thick, poultry cut in half and
flattened, fish, some vegetables (e.g. courgettes,
aubergines, tomatoes, etc.), skewers of meat or fish
and seafood.
Meat and fish to be grilled should be lightly brushed
with oil and always placed on the grill; meat should be
salted upon completion of cooking; whereas fish should
be salted on the inside before cooking. The grill should
be positioned in the guides nearest or furthest from the
grill element according to the thickness of the meat, in
order to avoid burning the surface and cooking the inside
insufficiently.
The formation of smoke caused by drops of juice and
fat can be avoided by pouring l or 2 glasses of water
into the dripping pan.
The grill can also be used to brown, toast bread and
grill certain types of fruit, such as bananas, halved
grapefruit, slices of pineapple, apples, etc. Fruit should
not be placed too near the source of heat.
Cooking times
Cooking times can vary according to the type of food,
its consistency and its volume. It is advisable to watch
when cooking for the first time and check results since
when preparing the same dishes, in the same
conditions, similar results are obtained.
The “TABLE OF COOKING TIMES” relating to cooking
in the oven and by grill is provided as a guide.
Experience will show possible variations to the values
set out in the table.
Nevertheless carefully follow the indications given
in the receipe you intend to follow.
Attention: do not place any utensils such as dripping
pan, cake tins, casseroles, pyrex dishes, aluminium foil
or other on the base of the oven when the oven is in
use. A stagnation of heat would result which would compromise the results of cooking and could damage the
oven enamel.
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COOKING TABLES
Kinds of food
Beaten mixture cakes in moulds
Black and white flour cake
Royal flat bread-cake
Margherita cake
Pastry
Bottom of cake to be garnished
Butter-milk curd cake
Jam cake
Leavening dough cakes in moulds
Brioche
Small cakes
Pastry
Cream puff
Meringue
Lasagne
Meat (cooking time for every cm of thickness)
Long cooking roast meat
Short cooking roast meat
Meat-loaf
Poultry
Duck 1 1/2 - 2 kg
Goose 3 kg
Roast chicken
Turkey 5 kg
Game
Hare
Roe-deer rib
Deer haunch
Vegetables
Boiled vegetable flan
Fish
Grey mullets
Pizza
Grill
Chops
Sausages
Grilled chicken
Roast veal on the spit 0,6 kg
Chicken on the spit
Temperature
°C
Inserting slide*
Cooking
time in
minutes
175
175
175
2
3
3
60-70
60-70
35-40
200
200
200
3
2
2
15-20
35-40
35-40
200
2
35-40
170
200
140
225
3
3
3
2
10-15
30-40
120
40-50
175
200
200
2
2
2
12-15
10-12
30-40
200
200
200
175
2
2
2
2
120-180
150-210
60-90
about 240
200
200
175
2
2
2
60-90
90-150
90-180
200
2
40-45
200
240
2
2
40-50
20-25
3
3
2
15-20
20-25
60-70
70-80
60-90
* The number of the slide refers to the lowest one (excepted the position on the bottom of the oven, since the dripping pan can't
be inserted).
GRILL COOKING TIMES
TRADITIONAL GRILL COOKING
Tipes
Quantity kg
N. of the slide from the bottom
Temperature °C
(grill position)
Chicken
Toast
Sausages
Chops
Fish
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1-1,5
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,5
3
4
4
4
4
Time in
Minutes
Max
Max
Max
Max
Max
30 a side
5 a side
10 a side
8 a side
8 a side
MAINTENANCE
Before each operation, disconnect the unit.
Cleaning the cooker
Drops of sauce, fruit juice etc., should be removed as
soon as possible with a soft cloth soaked in warm
detergent water. Do not use steel wool or knives to take
off layers of crust. Remove stubborn marks with a well
wetted soap impregnated pad, but care must be taken
not to scratch the enamel. Wash the enamelled grids
with water and detergent; these can also be washed a
dishwasher.
Take off the burner covers and the grids and wash them
carefully with warm water and detergent. Dry them well
before putting them back in position.
Moreover, make sure that these are properly re-placed.
The burner can be rubbed with steel wool or a slightly
abrasive cloth.
Clean the oven door and crystal cover, in models
equipped with these items, only with warm water, and
avoid the use of rough cloths or abrasive substances;
in cookers with an automatic ignition the sparkling bulb
should be cleaned periodically and accurately to avoid
difficulties in lighting; furthermore check that the burner
holes are not obstructed.
Oven lamp replacement (Fig. 11)
Disconnect the appliance. Unscrew the lamp and
substitute it with another fitting for a higher temperature (300°C) with the folowing characteristics:
Tension:
230 V (50Hz)
Power:
15W
Convection:
E14
FO 0424
Cleaning the oven
Clean carefully the oven cavity after use when it is still
warm. In fact, at this moment it is easy to take off
deposits of fat or other substances such as fruit juice,
sugar particles or fat. You can use warm detergent water
or one of the appropriate spray oven cleaners. Do not
direct the spray at the mat steel parts as this could
damage them and always follow the manufacturer's
instructions. Clean the oven acces-sories (grate, gridplate etc.) with warm water and detergent.
Remove possible incrustations with a slightly abrasive
powder.
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.
Fig. 11
Cleaning the oven door
For a more complete cleaning of the oven door, it is
advisable to disassemble as follows (Fig. 12):
2) open the door fully,
3) turn the two caps situated on the arm of the hinge to
180°,
4) partially close the door to an angle of 30°,
5) lift the door and extract from the front.
6) refit the door by reversing the operation described
above.
Controls - Sundries
Periodically check the condition of the flexible pipe of
gas connection and make it replaced by skilled
technicians as soon as it shows abnormalities. Annual
replacement is recommended.
Have the cocks periodically lubricated by skilled
technicians. In case of unusual working have the range
checked by skilled technicians.
In ranges with cylinder holder, do not use this space to
leave a non-connected or an empty cylinder.
FO 0967
Fig. 12
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
The following instructions are meant for a qualified installer, in order that the operations of installation, regulation,
and service are executed according to the existing regulations.
Whenever changes are made involving the disconnection of the machine it is necessary to proceed with maximum
caution.
THE MANUFACTURING COMPANY DECLINES ANY RESPONSABILITY FOR POSSIBLE DAMAGES
RESULTING FROM AN INSTALLATION WHICH DOESN'T COMPLY WITH THE RULES IN FORCE
INSTALLATION ENVIRONMENT
Warning - This unit can be installed and can work only in constantly ventilated rooms, according to rules in force.
In order to make the gas unit work properly, it is necessary that air sufficient to gas combustion can naturally flow in
the room. (The installer must follow the rules in force).
The air flow into the room must come directly through openings of external walls. The openings must be kept in efficiency
and not obstructed, both from the external and the internal side.
COMBUSTION PRODUCTS DISCHARGE
Gas cooking appliances must dischange their combustion products in compliance of rule NP - 1037.
INSERTION POSSIBILITIES
In case the appliance must be inserted between kitchen
forniture units, dimensions to be respected are indicated
in Fig.13.
POSITIONING
650
400
100
This appliance belongs to the class "X".
It has been designed to be placed close to furniture
units not exceeding the height of the working level (EN
60 335-2-6).
LEVELLING
FO 0976
The appliance is provided with adjustable small feet
placed in the back and front corners od the base.
By adjusting the small feet (fig. 14) it is possible to
change the height of the appliance so as to ensure a
better levelling with other surfaces and a uniform
distribution of the liquids contained in pans or pots.
Dimensions in millimeters.
FO 0063
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Fig. 13
Fig. 14
BALANCING THE LID
CONNECTION USING FLEXIBLE,
NON METAL PIPES
The models provided with crystal lids are equipped with
specially balanced springs, inserted in the hinges at
the back of the appliance, to allow the lid to be closed
smoothly and easily.
You can use a screwdriver to adjust the closure of the
lid. The necessary force for opening/closing the lid can
be increased by turning the adjusting screw 2 or 3 times
as shown in Fig. 27.
FO 0064
Fig. 15
When the connection can be easily inspected in its full
extent, there is the chance to use a flexible pipe
according to the rules in force.
The flexible pipe must be tightly fixed using clamps
according to the rules in force.
The flexible pipe should be made ready for use in such
a way that:
- nowhere it can reach overtemperature, other than
room temperature, higher than 30°C; if the flexible
pipe, to reach the cock, must run behind the range,
it must be installed as shown in Fig. 16;
- it is no longer than 1500 mm;
- it shows no throttles;
- it is not subject to traction or torsion;
- it doesn't get in touch with cutting edges or corners;
- it can be easily inspected in order to check its
condition.
The control of preservation of the flexible pipe consists
in checking that:
- it doesn't show cracks, cuts, marks of burnings both
on the end parts and on its full extent;
- the material is not hardened, but shows its normal
elasticity;
- the fastening clamps are not rusted;
- expiry term is not due (5 years).
GAS CONNECTION
Gas connection must be carried out according to the
rules in force.
The manufacturing company release the unit, once
tested, adjusted for the kind of gas stated on the rating
plate located on the back of the range, next to
connection pipe. Be sure that you are going to connect
the unit to the same kind of gas written on the plate.
Otherwise, follow all the instructions of the paragraph
"REGULATION TO DIFFERENT KINDS OF GAS".
For best efficiency and lowest consumption, be sure
that manifold gas pressure respects the values in the
table of "Burners characteristics".
If gas pressure is different (or variable) from the proper
one, a suitable pressure regulator should be installed
on feeding pipe.
The use of pressure regulators for liquid gas (LPG) is
allowed provided they are modelled in conformity with
the rules in force
If one or more abnormalities are seen, do not repair the
pipe, but replace it.
YES
FLEXIBLE
RUBBER
GAS PIPELINE
ELECTRIC
WIRE
NO
CONNECTION USING A RIGID PIPE OR A
FLEXIBLE METAL PIPE
FLEXIBLE
RUBBER
GAS PIPELINE
To ensure higher safety, it is recommended to carry out
the connection to the gas system using rigid pipes (ex.
copper) or using flexible stainless steel pipes, to avoid
any stress to the unit.
Gas feeding pipe fitting is Gc 1/2.
For this type of installation, connection to the gas supply
should be carried out using only and exclusively flexible
metallic tubes in conformity with rules in force.
ELECTRIC
WIRE
FO 0163
Fig. 16
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IMPORTANT
Once installation is complete, check the perfect seal of
every pipe fitting, using a soapy solution, never a flame.
ADAPTATION TO DIFFERENT
KINDS OF GAS
To adapt the appliance to a different kind of gas from
the one the appliance has been set for, follow the
instructions below in their order.
REPLACEMENT OF RUBBER PIPE HOLDER (Fig. 17)
LPG PRESET RANGE
To set the appliance ready for use with LPG, fit the
rubber pipe holder “A”.
To set the range ready for natural gas, fit the rubber
pipe holder «B» (supplied with the appliance). Always
insert the gasket «C» between the feeding pipe and
the rubber pipe holder.
FO 0795
Fig. 17
FO 0392
Fig. 18
FO 0465
Fig. 19
INJECTORS REPLACEMENT
1) Remove the pan supports.
2) Remove the burner's caps and crowns.
3) With a socket spanner 7 unscrew and remove the
injectors (Fig. 18), and replace them with the ones
required for the type of gas in use (see table 2).
4) To adapt the appliance to town gas, after installing
the proper injectors, fit the grid filter A (Fig. 19) on the
semi-rapid and auxiliray burner injectors.
5) Reassemble the parts, following the same procedure backwards.
6) Replace the rating label (placed near the gas supply
pipe) with the relevant one for the new type of gas
supply. You can find this label in the package of the
injectors supplied with the appliance.
Should the feeding gas pressure be different or variable
compared with the required pressure, an appropriate
pressure adjuster must be fitted on the gas supply pipe,
in compliance with the rules in force.
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REPLACEMENT OF THE BIG-RAPID
BURNER INJECTOR
1) Remove the plate or glass lid by lifting it from the
relevant brackets;
2) remove the pan supports;
3) unthread the caps, baffles and burner covers;
4) dismount the two lid supports by unscrewing the
relevant fixing screws (fig. 20);
5) lift the working plate slightly from the bottom and
remove it, pushing it towards the front of the cooker;
6) lift the burner mixing tube (Fig. 21 - B), unscrew the
injector (Fig. 21 - A) by means of a no. 7 spanner,
remove and replace it with the proper one (see table
2 - "Nozzles").
For primary air regulation, check the air regulator
(fig. 21 - D) is correctly positioned, that is each air
port (Fig. 21 - E) is 3 mm. wide. In case this condition
is not satisfied, undo the fixing screw (Fig. 21 - C)
and turn the air regulator until the measure is correct.
FO 0069
Fig. 20
B
Remount the parts following the operations described
in reverse.
C
E
ADJUSTMENT OF MINIMUM LEVEL
OF HOB BURNERS
To adjust the minimum level:
1) turn the knob to the position of minimum flame;
2) remove the knob (Fig. 22);
3a) in case of conversion from natural gas to LPG,
tightly screw the by-pass pin of the cocks;
3b) when converting from natural gas to town gas,
unscrew the by-pass pin about 3/4 turn;
3c) when converting from LPG to natural gas unscrew
the by-pass pin about 1/4 turn, or a complete turn
if changing from LPG to town gas;
In each case,a regular small flame must be obtained.
Reassemble the parts following the same procedure
backards.
Check that, quickly turning the knob from the maximum
position to the minimum one, the flame does not go
out.
D
A
FO 0794
FO 2102
Fig. 21
Fig. 22
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REPLACEMENT OF OVEN BURNER INJECTOR
To replace the oven injector, follow this procedure:
a) remove the bottom of the oven;
b) unscrew screw 1 (fig. 23) and take the oven burner
out;
c) with a socket spanner 7 unscrew and remove the
nozzle, situated in the bottom of the oven, and
replace it with the proper one (see Table 1);
d) reassemble the burner following the same procedure backwards.
MINIMUM LEVEL ADJUSTMENT FOR THE OVEN
BURNER
In models equipped with oven thermostat
After setting the oven on the maximum temperature
about 10 minutes long, keeping the oven door closed,
turn the oven knob on 140 and remove the knob.
If converting from LPG to natural gas, unscrew the bypass pin (Fig. 22) about 1/2 turn, or two complete turns
if changing to town gas.
If converting to LPG, tightly screw the by-pass pin.
In each case, a small regular flame must be obtained.
Furthermore, check that turning quickly the tap from
maximum position to minimum position, the flame does
not go out.
FO 1072
Fig. 23
In model equipped with rond-head by-pass pin
1) take out all the knobs;
2) remove the front panel;
3) adjust the by-pass pin with a thin screwdriver, as
shown in Fig.24.
In each case, a small regular flame must be obtained.
Furthermore, check that turning quickly the tap from
maximum position to minimum position, the flame does
not go out.
FO 1061
Reassemble the front panel and the knobs.
Primary air regulation
No primary air regulationis is needed for oven burners
and hob burners, except for hob big-rapid burner (see
chapter “Replacement of the big-rapid burner injector”
at page 37.
BY-PASS DIAMETERS
Burner
Auxiliar
Semi-rápido
Ultra-rápido
Forno
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By-pass
diameter
in 100/mm
28
32
56
52
Fig. 24
CHARACTERISTICS OF BURNERS AND INJECTORS
Type of Gas
L.P.G.
Natural
Gas
Town Gas
Tab. 1
Nominal
Reduced
Burner
Injector
1/100 mm
Power
kW
Power
kW
Nominal Power
m3/h
g/h
Ultra-rapid
95
3,8
1,2
-
274
Semlrapid
71
2,0
0,45
-
144
Auxiliary
50
1,0
0,33
-
72
Oven
82
3,0
1,0
-
216
Ultra-rapid
145
4,0
1,2
0,381
-
Semlrapid
96
2,0
0,45
0,190
-
Auxiliary
70
1,0
0,33
0,095
-
Oven
116
3,0
1,0
0,286
-
Ultra-rapid
330
3,65
1,2
0,827
-
Semlrapid
210
2,0
0,45
0,453
-
Auxiliary
142
1,0
0,33
0,227
-
Oven
254
3,0
1,0
0,680
-
Fedding
Pressure
mbar
28 - 30/37
20
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The unit is preset to work with a voltage of single phase
230 V. Connection must be carried out in compliance
with the rules in force.
Before making the connection make sure that :
- the energy power available in the user's house is
sufficient for the normal supply of this appliance (see
rating plate);
- the unit is correctly connected to earth through a
suitable plug and according to the installation country
Laws;
- the socket or the omnipolar switch used for the
connection are easily accessible after the appliance
has been positioned.
Fit a proper plug on the connection cable. The plug has
to be able to withstand the load and be connected to an
adequate socket.
If you want a direct connection to the mains, you must
interpose an omnipolar switch with a minimum opening
between contacts of 3 mm, between the unit and the
mains, complying with the existing regulations.
The brown live wire (originating from the clamp of the
cooker junction box) must always be connected to the
phase of the mains supply.
In any case, the supply cable must be positioned in
such a way as it doesn't reach in any point a temperature higher by 50°C than the room temperature.
Should the supply cable need to be replaced, only type
H05RR-F cables must be used and the yellow/green
earth wire must be about 2cm longer than the live and
neutral ones (Fig. 25).
After the connection, test the heating elements for about
3 minutes to ensure that they are working correctly.
Phase
Neutral
wire
Ground (yellow - green)
FO 0480
Fig. 25
The manufacturer refuses any responsability in
cases where normal safety measures are not
observed.
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WHAT TO DO IF THE APPLIANCE DOESN'T WORK
If the appliance doesn't work properly check the
following points before asking for service:
The flow of gas seems abnormal
Make sure that:
— the flame speader holes are not obstructed;
— the pressure regulator is working;
— the bottle valve is completely open.
The cooker produces smoke
— We advise you to clean the oven after use. Splashes
of fat can occur during the cooking of meat and, if
the oven isn't cleaned properly, these produce smoke
and bad smell. (see paragraph concerning cleaning).
The oven lamp doesn't work
— The lamp has burnt out. To replace it follow the
instructions given in the relative paragraph.
Gas smell in the room
Make sure that:
— the gas valve is not open;
— the gas supply tube is well positioned and in good
condition; remember to replace it at least once a year.
If, after following all the above checks the appliance still
doesn't work, call your nearest Service Centre givin
them all the necessary information, such as model and
serial number of the appliance.
The oven doesn't heat
— Make sure that the oven knobs are in the correct
worrking positions.
Never look for an escape of gas with
a match; use instead soap and water.
Cooking time is too long
— Check that the temperature is correct for the type of
food to be cooked.
MAINTENANCE - TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
The gas cocks must be periodically lubricated to ensure
good working and safety.
Maintenance should be performed as follows:
• Remove the knob and panel after having taken out
fastening screws.
• Loosen the two screws located at the sides of the
cock bar.
• Remove the cone and clean it carefully.
• Then, apply a thin layer of grease non soluble in
water, suitable for gas cocks. Take care not to
obstruct the gas flow holes by an excess of grease.
Reassemble the whole with utmost care performing the
operations described above inversely.
ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS
This machine, before leaving the factory, has been
tested and studied by many experts and specialists, in
order to give you the best results.
Any repair work which needs to be carried out should
be done with the utmost care and attention.
For this reason we reccomend that for any problem you
contact the dealer who sold it to you, or our nearest
authorized Service Centre, specifying the nature of the
problem and the particular model which you own.
Original spareparts, certified by the manufacturer and
distributed under this trademark
can only bu purchased at our Authorized Technical
Assistance Centres.
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