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AEG 49190GO-MN
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION .............................................................................................3
2. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION ..........................................................................................5
3. OPERATION .................................................................................................................8
4. TROUBLESHOOTING ...............................................................................................16
5. INSTALLATION ..........................................................................................................16
6. TECHNICAL INFORMATION ...................................................................................23
7. ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS ..................................................................................25
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
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When contacting Service, ensure that you have the following data available.
The information can be found on the rating plate. Model, PNC, Serial Number.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
Subject to change without notice.
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1. SAFETY INFORMATION
You have purchased one of our
products for which we thank you. We
are confident that this new appliance,
modern, functional and practical, made
with top quality materials, will meet all
your demands. This new appliance is
easy to use but before installing and
using it, it is important to read this
handbook through carefully. It provides
information for a safe installation, use
and maintenance. Keep this handbook in
a safe place for future reference.
The manufacturer reserves the right
to make all the modifications to its
products that it deems necessary or
useful, also in your interests, without
prejudicing its essential functional and
safety characteristics.
The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for any inaccuracies due to
printing or transcription errors that may
be found in this handbook.
N.B.: the pictures shown in the figures in
this handbook are purely indicative.
• The installation, adjustments,
conversions and maintenance
operations listed in section
“INSTALLATION” must only be
carried out by authorised personnel.
• The installation of all-gas and combi
appliances must comply with the
standards in force.
• The appliance must only be used for
its original purpose, that is, cooking
for domestic use. Any other use is
considered improper and, as such,
dangerous.
• The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for any damage to
persons or property resulting from an
incorrect installation, maintenance or
use of the appliance.
• Once the packaging has been
removed from the outer surfaces and
the various inner parts, thoroughly
check that the appliance is in perfect
condition. If you have any doubts do
not use the appliance and call in an
authorised person.
• The packaging materials used
(cardboard, plastic bags, polystyrene
foam, nails, etc.) must not be
left within easy reach of children
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because they are a potential hazard
source. All packaging materials used
are environmentally-friendly and
recyclable.
The electrical safety of this appliance
is only guaranteed if it is correctly
connected to a suitable earth system,
as prescribed by the electrical
safety standards. The manufacturer
disclaims all responsibility if these
instructions are not followed. Should
you have any doubts, seek the
assistance of an authorised person.
Before connecting the appliance
ensure that the rating plate data
corresponds to that of the gas
and electricity supply (see section
“TECHNICAL INFORMATION”).
NOT FOR USE IN MARINE CRAFT,
CARAVANS OR MOBILE HOMES
UNLESS EACH BURNER IS FITTED
WITH A FLAME SAFEGUARD.
DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE
DOMESTIC USE ONLY
Warning! The appliance and
its accessible parts become
hot during use. Care should be
taken to avoid touching heating
element. Children less than 8
years of age shall be kept away
unless continuosly supervised.
Hot surface
• The oven door glass and the
accessible parts will become hot
when in use. To avoid burns and
scalds young children should be kept
away.
• Do not use this appliance as a
space heater.
• Do not touch any electrical appliance
if hands or feet are wet or damp.
• Do not use the appliance bare
footed.
• Do not pull the power lead to take
the plug out of the socket.
• Do not leave the appliance outside
under the sun, rain, etc.
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• Young children should be supervised
to ensure that they not play with the
appliance.
• This appliance can be used by
children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of esperience
and knolegde if they have been
given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in a
safe way and understand the hazards
involved.Children shall not play with
the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by
children with out supervision.
Warning! ln order to prevent
accidental tipping of the appliance,
for example by a child climbing over
the open oven door, or too high
weights are leant on the open oven
door, two chains must be screwed on
the back on the cooker and fixed to
the wall with hooks. Ensure the chains
are taut. Please refer to instructions
for installation.
• Before cooking for the first time,
ensure the oven is empty and its door
closed, heat the oven at maximum
temperature for two hours. This will
allow the protective coating on the
interior of the oven to be burnt off
and dissipate the associated smells.
Ensure adequate ventilation in the
kitchen whilst burning off and don’t
be alarmed by a little bit of smoke
during this process.
• When you insert the oven shelf, be
sure that the rear stopper of the oven
rack must be positioned upwards.
• Unattended cooking on a hob with
fat or oil can be dangerous and may
result in fire.
• Never try to extinguish a fire with
water, but switch off the appliance
and then cover flame e.g. with a lid
or a fire blanket.
• Danger of fire: Do not store items on
the cooking surfaces
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners
or sharp metal scrapers to clean
the oven glass door since they can
scratch the surface, which may result
in shattering of the glass.
• Never use sponges or abrasive
products, and solvents to remove
stains or adhesives on the painted or
stainless steel surfaces.
• Switch off the oven before removing
the fan guard for cleaning.
Replace the guard after cleaning in
accordance with the instructions.
• The oven can be equipped with
temperature probe. Only use the
temperature probe recommended
for this oven by our Service Centre.
• Remove any spillage from the lid
before opening.
• The appliance is not intended to be
operated by means of an external
timer or separate remote-control
system.
• Ensure that the appliance is switched
off before replacing the lamp to
avoid the possibility of electric shock.
• Always keep the door closed
during grilling.
• Do not use a steam cleaner to clean a
hob, oven or range.
• The appliance is to be placed
directly on the floor and shall not be
mounted on a base.
• If the appliance is fitted with a glass
lid, this can shatter when heated.
Turn off all the burners or disconnect
all the plates, and allow them to cool
before closing the lid (fig.3)
• Avoid using the oven as a larder or as
a saucepan cupboard when you are
not using it for cooking: if the oven is
turned on accidentally it could cause
damage and accidents.
• If you are using an electrical socket
near the appliance, make sure that
the cables are not touching the
cooker and are far enough away from
all hot parts.
• When you have finished using the
appliance check that all the controls
are in the off or closed position,
checking that the “0” of the knob
corresponds to the “•” symbol
serigraphed on the front panel.
• Switch off the electrical supply before
you start cleaning or servicing the
appliance.
• In the case of a failure or malfunction,
turn the appliance off and switch
off the electrical supply and do
not tamper with it. All repairs or
adjustments must be carried out
with maximum care and the proper
attention of an authorised person.
• For this reason we recommend you
call our Service Centre.
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• Building Standards (issued by the
Scottish Development Department).
• IEE Wiring Regulations.
• Electricity At Work Regulations.
• Gas Safety (Installation and Use)
(Amendment) Regulations.
Warning!
• Be careful when you cut the plastic strip
to avoid damaging the cable
• The installation must be carried out
by a suitably qualified person, in
accordance with the current version of
the following.
• UK Regulations and Safety Standards or
their European Norm Replacements.
• Building Regulations (issued by the
Department of the Environment).
2. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
2.1 Presentation
The cooker can be fitted with a gas hob
Each knob on the front panel has a
diagram printed above it showing to
which burner it refers.
The combination of the different sized
burners or heating elements offers the
possibility of various types of cooking.
Our cookers have two ovens with equal
volumes.
The left oven cavity, features of oven
natural or forced convection with electric
grill and makes all types of cooking
possible. The right oven cavity, features
of oven natural convection with electric
grill.
To guarantee the customer a good
and safe use of the appliance, the
combined and alla electrical cookers,
have equipped with a safety temperature
device, which automatically turns on
in case the main thermostat fails to
work. In such an event, the electricity
is interrupted temporarily: do not
attempt to repair it yourself but turn the
appliance off and contact your nearest
Assistance Centre.
The oven walls are fitted with various
runners (fig. 1) on which the following
accessories can be placed.
Supply and quantities vary from model
to model:
• oven shelf
• drip tray or drip pan
If the cookers are equipped with a
small compartment under the oven:
remember that the surfaces become
hot, it is strictly forbidden to place
inflammable materials inside.
fig. 1
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= Bottom heating element and fan on
= Rear heating element and fan on
= Grill heating element on
= Grill heating element and fan on
fig. 2
Gas burner knob (fig.3)
By rotating the knob in an anticlockwise
direction, the following symbols appear:
= Closed position
= “Full on” position
= “Reduced rate” position
fig.4
Oven thermostat knob (fig.5)
By turning the oven knob clockwise we
will find the different oven temperature
values (from 50°C to max).
fig.3
Function selector knob (8)
(fig.4)
By turning the knob to the right or to the
left we will find the following symbols:
0 = Oven off
fig.5
Right oven commutator/
thermostat knob (fig.6)
By rotating the knob in an anticlockwise
direction, the following functions appear:
= O
ven light on, which stays on for all
functions
= Closed position
= Fan on
= Oven light on, which stays on for
all function
= Top and bottom heating elements on
= T
op and bottom heating elements and
fan on
from 50
to Max
= Oven temperatures
= Grill heating element on
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If time is selected while a automatic
cooking program is running, this is
deleted.
Program selection
Keep pressed for some seconds MODE
button and pressing it in turns, the
following programs are selected:
fig.6
Red warning light
If present, when lit, it indicates that an
electric component is inserted
Yellow warning light
When lit it indicates that the oven or the
grill is in use. During cooking time the
led turns off each time the temperature
set is reached. It is therefore common
that the led/yellow light turns on and off
several times according to re-heating
process.
Electronic programmer
«Touch»
Setting the time
After connecting to mains or after a
power cut, symbol “A” and “0,00” will
both flash simultaneously on the display.
Keep pressed for some seconds
simultaneously + and - buttons or just
MODE button, till when symbol “A” turn
turn on.
off and symbol
Time can be set just when the dot
flashes.
beneath the symbol
Time cannot be adjusted during cooking
program run.
1. Minute Minder
The time turns off, the symbol
turns on and with + and - buttons is
possible to select the time alarm.
At the end of the set time, the buzzer
flashes.
will start and the symbol
To turn off the buzzer and turn off the
keep pressed for some
symbol
seconds MODE button.
The minute minder program runs
independently of other cooking
programs.
2. Semiautomatic Program with
Duration or End Time
Select with + and - buttons the
duration. The time of the day turns
off, symbol “A” and “dur” flash.
At the end of the set time, the
buzzer will start and the symbol “A”
flashes. To turn off the buzzer press
MODE button. Now the oven is off.
Keep pressed for some seconds
simultaneously + and - buttons or just
is
MODE button and the symbol
illuminated.
3. Fully automatic program with
Duration and End time
Select with + and - buttons the
duration and the end time. The time
of the day turns off, symbol “A” and
turns off
“End” flash. Symbol
and the symbol “A” turns on. The
is illuminated again when
symbol
the cooking starts. At the end of the
set time, the buzzer will start, the
turns off and the symbol
symbol
“A” flashes. To turn off the buzzer
press MODE button. Now the oven
is off. To set the programmer on
manual operation keep pressed for
some seconds simultaneously + and buttons or just MODE button and the
is illuminated.
symbol
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Changing/Clearing programs
Each program can be cleared keeping
pressed for some seconds simultaneously
+ and - buttons. Symbol “A” turns off.
Each program can be changed keeping
pressed for some seconds MODE button
and then pressing it in turns to the
function to be changed. The adjustment
can be done with + and - buttons.
Is it possible to check whenever the
progress of program keeping pressed for
some seconds MODE button and then
pressing in turns to the function to be
checked.
3. OPERATION
3.1Hob: general notes on
safety
When a gas cooker is being used it
produces heat and humidity in the room
where it is installed. For this reason
the room must be well ventilated,
keeping the natural ventilation openings
free and switching on the mechanical
aeration system (suction hood or
electric fan, see “Ventilation” and
“Location and Aeration” paragraphs).
If the cooker is used for a long time
additional aeration may be necessary,
for instance, opening a window, or a
more effective aeration by increasing
the power of the mechanical system if
there is one.
fig. 1
Lighting the burners
Automatic electric ignition of burners
Press and turn the knob corresponding
to the burner you wish to use
counterclockwise to the “Full on“
position.
Automatically the ignition spark shoots.
Once lit, keep the knob pressed for
about 3 seconds.
Matches can be used to light the burners
in a blackout.
Optimum use of the burners
To get the maximum yield with the
minimum consumption of gas it is handy
to keep the following points in mind:
• Once the burner has been lit, adjust
the flame according to your needs.
• Use an appropriately sized pan for
each burner (see the table below and
fig. 2).
• When the content of the pan start
to boil, turn the knob down to
“Reduced rate position” (small
flame).
• Always put a lid on the pan.
fig. 2
3.2 Oven: general notes on
safety
• Always grip the centre of the oven
door when opening. Do not practice
excessive pressures on the door when
it is open.
• Do not worry if condensation forms
on the door and on the internal walls
of the oven during cooking. This does
not compromise its efficiency.
• When opening the oven door, be very
careful of scalding vapours.
• Use oven gloves to insert or remove
containers from the oven.
• Use containers that will resist the
temperatures indicated on the
thermostat knob.
• For good results during cooking, we
strongly recommend not to cover
the base of the oven or the grill with
aluminium foil or other materials.
• When grilling always put a little water
in the grill pan.
• The water prevents the grease from
burning and from giving off bad smells
and smoke. Add more water during
grilling to compensate for evaporation.
After using the appliance ensure that
all the controls are in the off position.
How to use the multifunction
oven: Left oven cavity
Defrosting at room temperature
Turn the selector knob to the symbol
and place the food you want to defrost
inside the oven. The length of time
required depends on the quantity and
type of food. Selecting this function will
only activate the fan. Mild air circulation
around frozen food will slowly defrost it.
It is particularly suitable for fruit and
cakes.
Traditional cooking
Turn the selector knob to the symbol
and adjust the thermostat knob to the
desired temperature.
If pre-heating is recommended wait till
the thermostat yellow warning light turns
off before placing foods inside the oven.
This option turns on both bottom and
top heating units, evenly distributing
heat on your foods.This type of cooking
is ideal for all kind of foods (meats, fish,
bread, pizzas, cakes..).
Combined traditional + fan
cooking
Turn the selector knob to the symbol
and adjust the thermostat knob) to the
desired temperature.
If pre-heating is recommended wait till
the thermostat yellow warning light turns
off before placing foods inside the oven.
This option turns on both bottom and
top heating units, and heat is distributed
by fan ventilation. This combination is
suitable for rapid cooking and allows for
the use of more plates positioned on the
different levels of the oven.
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Defrosting + warm up by hot air
Turn the selector knob to the symbol
and adjust the thermostat knob to the
desired temperature, then place the food
inside the oven. Selecting this function
will activate the bottom heating unit and
its heat is distributed by the fan. This
function is particularly recommended to
defrost and warm up ready-made meals.
Fan forced cooking
Turn the selector knob to the symbol
and adjust the thermostat knob to the
desired temperature, then place your
food inside the oven.
If pre-heating is recommended wait till
the thermostat yellow warning light turns
off before placing foods inside oven.
This function activates the rear heating
unit and the fan distributes the heat
produced. This combination allows for a
fast and even cooking of several different
foods placed on the diverse levels of the
oven.
Convetional grill cooking
Turn the selector knob to the symbol
and adjust the thermostat knob to the
desired temperature.
Selecting this function the top central
heating element turns on and heat is
distributed directly on food surface.
Apart from grilling, this function is ideal
to add a golden roast to your recipes or
to toast bread slices. The grill function
automatically activates the spit.
When you use the grill, do not forget to
place the drip pan beneath it to collect
any sauce dripping, as suggested in the
“USEFUL COOKING TIPS“ section.
Fan grill cooking
Turn the selector knob to the symbol
and adjust the thermostat knob to the
desired temperature.
Selecting this function the top central
heating element turns on and heat is
distributed by the fan. This procedure
mitigates the direct heat on food surface
and uses milder temperatures. It is
therefore recommended for an even
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golden and crispy finish touch, ideal for
whole fish and poultry.
When you use the grill, do not forget to
place the drip pan beneath it to collect
any sauce dripping, as suggested in the
“USEFUL COOKING TIPS“ section.
How to use the conventional
oven: Right oven cavity
Traditional cooking
Turn the commutator/thermostat knob
on the temperature required. If preheating is recommended wait till the
thermostat yellow warning light turns
off before placing foods inside the
oven. Both the bottom and top heating
elements are turned on, distributing heat
to the food from the top and bottom.
This type of baking is ideal for all types of
food (meat, fish, bread, pizza, cakes..).
Grill cooking
Turn the commutator/thermostat knob
on the symbol. The top heating element
is turned on and it distributes heat
directly onto the food. Besides grilling,
it can be used to obtain a golden finish
onto cooked foods or to toast your bread
slices. The grill function automatically
activates the eventual spit (if present).
When you use the grill, do not forget to
place the drip pan beneath the spit to
collect any sauce dripping, as suggested
in the “COOKING TIPS “ section.
3.3 Useful cooking tips
Cakes and bread:
• Heat the oven for at least 15 minutes
before you start cooking bread or
cakes.
• Do not open the door during baking
because the cold air would stop the
yeast from rising.
• When the cake is cooked turn the oven
off and leave it in for about 10 minutes.
• Do not use the enamelled oven tray
or drip pan, supplied with the oven, to
cook cakes in.
• How do you know when the cake is
cooked? About 5 minutes before the
end of cooking time, put a cake tester
or skewer in the highest part of the
cake. If it comes out clean the cake is
cooked.
• And if the cake sinks? The next
time use less liquids or lower the
temperature 10°C.
• If the cake is too dry: Make some tiny
holes with a toothpick and pour some
drops of fruit juice or spirits on it. The
next time, increase the temperature
10°C and set a shorter cooking time.
• If the cake is too dark on top: the next
time put the cake on a lower shelf,
cook it at a lower temperature and
longer.
• If the top of the cake is burnt: cut
off the burnt layer and cover with
sugar or decorate it with cream, jam,
confectioner’s cream, etc..
• If the cake is too dark underneath: the
next time place it on a higher shelf and
cook it at a lower temperature.
• If the cake or bread is cooked nicely
outside but is still uncooked inside: the
next time use less liquids, cook at a
lower temperature and longer.
• If the cake will not come out of the tin:
slide a knife around the edges, place a
damp cloth over the cake and turn the
tin upside down. The next time grease
the tin well and sprinkle it with flour or
bread crumbs.
• If the biscuits will not come away from
the baking tray: put the tray back in
the oven for a while and lift the biscuits
up before they cool. The next time
use a sheet of baking parchment to
prevent this happening again.
Meat:
• If, when cooking meat, the time
needed is more than 40 minutes, turn
the oven off 10 minutes before the end
of cooking time to exploit the residual
heat (energy saving).
• Your roast will be juicier if cooked in a
closed pan; it will be crispier if cooked
without a lid.
• Normally white meat, poultry and fish
need medium temperatures (less than
200°C).
• To cook “rare” red meats, high
temperatures (over 200°C) and short
cooking times are needed.
• For a tasty roast, lard and spice the
meat.
• If your roast is tough: the next time
leave the meat to ripen longer.
• If your roast is too dark on top or
underneath: the next time put it on
a higher or lower shelf, lower the
temperature and cook longer.
• Your roast is underdone? Cut it in slices,
arrange the slices on a baking tray with
the gravy and finish cooking it.
Grilling:
• Sparingly grease and flavour the food
before grilling it.
• Always use the drip pan to catch any
dripping from the meat during grilling.
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Slide it in one of the levels underneath
the grill or place it at the bottom of
the oven. Always pour a little water in
the drip pan. It will prevent grease and
sauces from burning avoiding burnt
smells and smoke. Add more water
during cooking to compensate for
evaporation.
• Turn the food half way through
cooking.
• If you are grilling fatty poultry (goose)
pierce the skin so the fat can drip away.
Cooking/baking timetable: Right oven cavity
Foods
MEAT LOAFS
Roasted Veal
Roastbeef
Roasted Pork
Roasted Lamb
GAME
Roast hare
Roast pheasant
Roast partridge
POULTRY
Roast chicken
Roast turkey
Roast duck
FISH
Roast fish
Casseroled fish
BAKED PASTA
Lasagne
Cannelloni
PIZZA
BREAD
Weight
kg
Position of the oven
shelf from the bottom
1
1
1
1
Cooking by natural convection
Temperature in °C
Cooking Time in
minutes
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
200-225
200-225
200-225
200-225
100-120
40-50
100-120
100-120
1
1
1
1-2
1-2
1-2
225 - Max
225 - Max
225 - Max
50-60
60-70
50-60
1
1
1
1-2
1-2
1-2
200-225
200-225
200-225
80-90
100-120
90-110
1
1
2
2
200
175
30-35
20-25
2,5
2,5
1
1
2
2
2
2
210-225
210-225
225 - Max
225 - Max
60-75
60-75
25-30
20-25
2
190
15
PASTRIES
Biscuits in general
Shortcrust pastry
Victoria sponge
0,8
2
2
200
200
20
40-45
CAKES
Angel cake
Fruit cake
Chocolate cake
0,8
0,8
0,8
2
2
2
190
200
200
52
65
45
The values given in the tables (temperatures and cooking times) are approximate and
may vary according to each person’s cooking habits. This table gives cooking times on
only one shelf.
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Cooking/baking timetable: Left oven cavity
Foods
MEAT LOAFS
Roasted Veal
Roastbeef
Roasted Pork
Roasted Lamb
GAME
Roast hare
Roast pheasant
Roast partridge
POULTRY
Roast chicken
Roast turkey
Roast duck
FISH
Roast fish
Casseroled fish
BAKED PASTA
Lasagne
Cannelloni
PIZZA
BREAD
PASTRIES
Biscuits in
general
Shortcrust pastry
Victoria sponge
CAKES
Angel cake
Fruit cake
Chocolate cake
Cooking by
Position of
natural convection
Weight the oven
Cooking
shelf
from
kg
Temperature
time in
the bottom in °c
minutes
Cooking by
forced convection (with fan)
Cooking
Temperature
time in
in °c
minutes
1
1
1
1
1-2
1-2
1-2
1-2
200-225
200-225
200-225
200-225
100-120
40-50
100-120
100-120
190
190
190
190
100-120
40-50
100-200
100-120
1
1
1
1-2
1-2
1-2
225 - Max
225 - Max
225 - Max
50-60
60-70
50-60
225 - Max
225 - Max
225 - Max
50
60
50
1
1
1
1-2
1-2
1-2
200-225
200-225
200-225
80-90
100-120
90-110
190
190
190
70-80
90-110
80-100
1
1
2
2
200
175
30-35
20-25
170-190
160-170
25-30
15-20
2,5
2,5
1
1
2
2
2
2
210-225
210-225
225 - Max
225 - Max
60-75
60-75
25-30
20-25
225 - Max
225 - Max
225 - Max
220
30-40
30-40
20-25
20
2
190
15
170-190
15
0,8
2
2
200
200
20
40-45
190-200
190-200
20
40-45
0,8
0,8
0,8
2
2
2
190
200
200
52
65
45
170-190
190-200
190-200
45
65
45
The values given in the tables (temperatures and cooking times) are approximate and
may vary according to each person’s cooking habits. This table gives cooking times
on only one shelf. If you are cooking with a fan oven and you are using more than one
shelf (placing the shelves on the 2nd and 4th position) cooking time will be about 5 to
10 minutes longer.
The aluminium can be easily corroded if it comes into contact with organic acids
present in the foods or added during baking (vinegar, lemon juice). Therefore it is
advised not to put directly the foods on aluminium or enamelled trays, but ALWAYS
use the proper oven paper.
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Grilling timetable
Foods
MEAT
T-bone steak
Beefsteaks
Half chicken
(each half))
FISH
Trout
Sole
BREAD
Toast
Weight
kg
Position of
the oven
shelf from
the bottom
Cooking by
natural convection
Cooking Time
in minutes
Temperature
in °C
1st
2nd
side
side
Cooking by
forced convection (with fan)
Cooking
Time in
Temperature minutes
in °C
1st
2nd
side
side
0,50
0,15
1
4
4
3 or 4
225 - Max
225 - Max
225 - Max
15
5
25
15
5
25
200
200
200
10
5
18
10
5
18
0,42
0,20
4
4
225 - Max
225 - Max
18
10
18
10
200
200
10
7
10
7
4
225 - Max
2-3
2-3
200
2-3
2-3
The values given in the tables (temperatures and cooking times) are approximate and may
vary according to each person’s cooking habits. In particular, temperatures and times for
grilling meat will greatly depend on the thickness of the meat and on personal tastes.
3.4 Cleaning and maintenance
To keep the surface of the hob and the
various components in pristine condition
(grill, enamelled covers, burner heads
and flame diffusers, it is very important
to wash them in warm soapy water, rinse
and dry them well after each use.
Do not leave vinegar, coffee, milk, salty
water or the juice of lemon or tomato
on enamelled surfaces for any length of
time.
Warning! Check that the heads
burners and the relative burner
caps, are correctly positioned in
their housings (fig. 3).
Warning! Take care not to disturb
the ignition spark plugs or flame
failure devices.
Warning! If you find a tap is
difficult to open or close do not
force it but call for technical
assistance urgently.
Structure
All the cooker parts (in enamelled or
painted metal, steel, or glass) should
be cleaned frequently with warm soapy
water and then rinsed and dried with a
soft cloth.
fig.3
Oven cavity
The oven cavity should be cleaned after
each use to remove cooking residuals
and or grease or sugar which, if burnt on
when the oven is used again, will form
deposits or unremovable stains as well as
unpleasant smells.
To maintain the shine of the enamelled
parts, clean them with warm soapy water,
rinse and dry them thoroughly. ALWAYS
wash the accessories used.
How to clean the inner oven door glass
One of the features of our cookers is that
the inner oven door glass can be easily
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How to clean the inner oven
door glass
One of the features of our cookers is that
the inner oven door glass can be easily
removed for cleaning without the aid of
specialized personnel. Just open the oven
door and remove the support securing the
glass (fig.4).
Caution: This operation can be
done also with the door fitted on
appliance, but in this way, pay
attention that when the glass is
pull upwards, the force of the
hinges can close the door roughly.
LOCK AT LEAST ONE HINGE (fig. 6)
To reassemble the glass, proceed
in the reverse order, being careful
not to pinch your fingers. (fig. 5)
lenght 30 mm) in the hole (F) of the
hinge (fig. 6).
• Partially close the door, forcing it
upwards at the same time to free
stop tooth and hinge sector.
• Once the hinge is free, pull the door
forwards tilting it slightly upwards to
free sector.
• To reassemble proceed in the reverse
order, paying attention to the correct
position of sectors.
fig. 6
Replacing the oven lamp
Ensure the appliance is switched off
before replacing the lamp to avoid the
possibility of electric shock.
In the event one or both oven lamps
need replacing, the new lamps must
comply with the following requisites: 15
W - 230 V~ - 50 Hz - E 14 - and must be
resistant to high temperature (300°C).The
appliance can have two different types of
lamp holder:
fig.4
fig. 5
Oven door removal
The oven door can be removed to give
easier access to the oven when cleaning.
To remove, proceed as follows:
• Open the oven door and insert rivet
or nail (R), not supplied, (diam. 2 mm
fig.7
If you have any doubts do not use
the appliance and call in a qualified
person.
• Some parts mounted on the
appliance are protected by a
plastic film. This protection must be
removed before using the appliance.
We recommend slitting the plastic
film along the edges with a sharp
knife or pin.
• Do not move the appliance by the
handle.
The packaging materials used
(cardboard, bags, polystyrene foam,
nails etc.) must not be left anywhere
within easy reach of children as they
are a potential hazard source.
with the prescriptions of the standards
in force.
Air inlet section 100 cm2
fig. 1
Location and aeration
Gas cookers must always discharge
the products of combustion and the
moisture through hoods connected to
flues or directly to the outside (fig. 2).
If it is impossible to use a hood, a fan
installed on the window or wall, facing
the outside, is allowed and should be
switched on each time the appliance
is used (see fig. 3) provided the rules
and regulations in force relating to
ventilation.
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Ventilation
The appliance should not be installed in
a room of volume less than 20 m³.
The quantity of air necessary is that
required for a regular combustion of the
gas and for the ventilation of the room.
The natural flow of air must be direct
through permanent openings in the walls
of the room that open directly to the
outside with a minimum cross section of
100 cm2 (fig. 1). These openings must be
positioned so they cannot be obstructed.
Indirect ventilation is also allowed by
taking air from adjacent rooms to the
one to be ventilated, strictly complying
Air inlet section 100 cm2
fig. 2
Air inlet section 100 cm2
fig. 3
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4. TROUBLESHOOTING
Some problems can be caused either as the results of simple maintenance operations
or by incorrect selection of settings. Prior to contacting a Service Centre please check
the following chart.
Problem
Remedy
The appliance is not
working
•
•
•
The electric oven is not
working
•
The thermostat is not
working
The electric thermostat
warning light does not
switch on during use
The oven light does not
switch on
•
Make sure the gas tap is open
Check the plug is in
Check that the knobs are set correctly for cooking and
then repeat the operations given in the handbook
Check the electrical system safety switches (RCD). If there
is failure in the system call an electrician in.
Check that the programmer accessory, if there is one, is
on the manual position and then repeat the operations
described in the manual
Contact Service Centre .
•
•
Turn the thermostat round to a hotter temperature
Turn the selector round to a different function
•
•
Make sure the lamp is firmly screwed in place
Buy a lamp for high temperatures at one of our Service
Centre and fit it following the instructions given “Replacing
the oven lamp” paragraph.
•
5. INSTALLATION
5.1Technical information
Warning: Alwais use safety gloves
while handling the cooker.
• The installation, adjustments,
conversions and maintenance
operations listed in this part must
only be carried out by qualified
personnel. The manufacturer
cannot be held responsible for any
damage to persons or property
resulting from an incorrect
installation of the appliance.
• The safety and automatic adjustment
devices of the appliances may,
during its life, only be modified by
the manufacturer or duly authorised
supplier.
• In accordance with the gas standard,
the all-gas and combi appliances are
“class 1” (free standing) or “class 2
subclass 1” (recessed) and, as such,
must comply with the clearances
specified in figure below consequently
any side walls must be no higher than
the work top.
• The walls adjacent to and
surrounding the appliances must be
able to withstand an temperature of
95°C.
• The installation of all-gas and combi
appliances must comply with the
standards in force.
• This appliance is not connected to a
flue for discharge of the combustion
products; therefore, it must be
connected in compliance with the
above mentioned installation rules.
Particular attention must be paid
to the instructions given below for
ventilation and aeration.
Installation
Unpacking your cooker
• Once the wrapping has been
removed from the outer surfaces and
the various inner parts, thoroughly
If you have any doubts do not use
the appliance and call in a qualified
person.
• Some parts mounted on the
appliance are protected by a
plastic film. This protection must be
removed before using the appliance.
We recommend slitting the plastic
film along the edges with a sharp
knife or pin.
• Do not move the appliance by the
handle.
The packaging materials used
(cardboard, bags, polystyrene foam,
nails etc.) must not be left anywhere
within easy reach of children as they
are a potential hazard source.
with the prescriptions of the standards
in force.
Air inlet section 100 cm2
fig. 1
Location and aeration
Gas cookers must always discharge
the products of combustion and the
moisture through hoods connected to
flues or directly to the outside (fig. 2).
If it is impossible to use a hood, a fan
installed on the window or wall, facing
the outside, is allowed and should be
switched on each time the appliance
is used (see fig. 3) provided the rules
and regulations in force relating to
ventilation.
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Ventilation
The appliance should not be installed in
a room of volume less than 20 m³.
The quantity of air necessary is that
required for a regular combustion of the
gas and for the ventilation of the room.
The natural flow of air must be direct
through permanent openings in the walls
of the room that open directly to the
outside with a minimum cross section of
100 cm2 (fig. 1). These openings must be
positioned so they cannot be obstructed.
Indirect ventilation is also allowed by
taking air from adjacent rooms to the
one to be ventilated, strictly complying
Air inlet section 100 cm2
fig. 2
Air inlet section 100 cm2
fig. 3
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check that the appliance is in perfect
condition.
Positioning the cooker
The appliances are fitted with the
following parts to enable them to be
correctly positioned:
• Adjustable feet, to be fitted to the
appliance, which allow the height of
the cooker to be aligned with other
kitchen furniture (fig. 4).
• Backguard 1 If the cookers are
equipped with this accessory, leave of
the factory with this particular inserted
inside the packaging. In order to
install the backguard, it is necessary to
loosen the screws 2 positioned on
the back of the hob and then to fix the
backgaurd as indicated in figure 5
fig. 4
fig. 5
5.2 Gas connection
Before connecting the appliance
check that the data on the rating plate
affixed to the cooker, correspond to
those of the gas mains.
A label on the back of this handbook
and at the back of the cooker gives
the appliance adjustment conditions,
that is, the type of gas and operating
pressure.
When the final connection has been
made, it is essential that a thorough
leak test is carried out on the cooker
and installation.
Ensure that the main connection
pipe does not exert any strain on the
cooker
The appliance must be installed and
serviced by a competent person as
stated in the Gas Safety (Installation
and Use) Regulation Current Editions
and the IEE Wiring Regulations.
Any gas installation must be carried
out by a competent person (GAS SAFE
REGISTER engineer)
to the relevant Gas Standards.
The manufacturer will not accept
liability, should the above instructions
or any of the other safety instructions
incorporated in this book be ignored.
This cooker is designed to be installed
with an appliance flexible connection.
Connection is made to the RC 1/2 (1/2’’
B.S.P.) female threaded located just
below the hotplate level on the rear
right-hand side of the cooker.
• The gas bayonet connector can be
fitted directly behind the appliance
or alternatively adjacent to the
appliance.
• If fitted in a cupboard access must be
available to disconnect and connect
the flexible hose.
• It is recommended that a bayonet
type plug in micropoint flexible hose
is used.
• Recommended length - 4 feet x 3/8
inch bore.
Note:
For certain types of gas bayonet
connection used, it may not be possible
for the appliance to be pushed fully back
to the wall stops.
Important:
Flexible tubing MUST comply with BS.669
Current Edition.
Attention! If the appliance is going
to be recessed (class 2 subclass 1),
connect it to the gas supply source
using only flexible stainless steel,
seamless pipes in accordance with
the standard.
Attention! If the appliance is
going to be installed free-standing
(class 1) and if you use the flexible
rubber hose, it is necessary to
follow the instructions and the
figure given below:
Attention! On its route, the hose
must not touch any parts where
the over temperature is than 95°C.
Attention! The hose must not be
subject to any kind of torsional
stress or tractive force, there must
be no pinched parts or really
sharp bends.
Attention! It must not touch
anything that can cut, that has
sharp corners, etc.
Attention! The whole length of
the hose must be easy to inspect
in order to keep a check on its
condition.
Attention! It must be replaced
within the date printed on it.
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5.3 Securing the cooker to wall
Note:- The installation of the chain
provided is for safety reasons, it must
be installed as indicated below.
To prevent the cooker tipping forwards
in the event of children standing on the
oven door or where users put extreme weight on the door when in open
position, two chains MUST BE fixed to
the back of the oven which should at all
times be secured to the threaded pins .
The threaded pins should be secured to
the wall at the back of the cooker.
Assembly instructions (fig.6)
• Secure threaded pins into wall immediately behind and to the left-hand side
about 770 mm from the floor.
Finished fixing the chains must be
stretched
20 mm +/- 3
Wall
chain tilt
fig.6
770 mm +/- 5
Position of threaded pin
Masonary wall
Threaded pin
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5.4 Electrical connection
The electrical connection must be
carried out in accordance with the
current standards and laws in force.
Before connecting check that:
• the system and electrical sockets
amperage is adequate for the
appliance maximum power (see
data label affixed on the back of the
cooker).
• the socket or system has an effective
earth connection in accordance with
current standards and prescriptions
of the law. All responsibility is
disclaimed if this is not complied
with.
• the plug and socket or the multipolar
switch must be accessible after
installation of the appliance.
When connecting to the mains with a
socket:
• Fit to the power cable (if without) a
standardized plug, suitable for the
load which is indicated on the data
label. Connect the wires making sure
they correspond as shown below, and
remember that the earth wire must
be longer than the phase wires:
letter
letter
symbol
L (phase) = brown wire
N (neutral) = blue wire
(earth) = green/yellow wire
• The power cable must be laid so
that no parts of it ever reach a
temperature of 75 °C.
• For connecting do not use, adapters
or shunts as they could cause false
contacts resulting in hazardous
overheating.
When connecting directly to the mains:
• Install a multipolar switch that can
withstand the appliance load, with
a minimum opening between the
contacts of 3 mm. Remember that
the earth wire must not be cut out by
the switch.
Connecting the power cable
The all-electric cookers and some combi
versions are without supply cable and
are adjusted for single-phase power,
butt they can, with due modifications,
be powered by three phase systems by
following these instructions:
• Remove the rear panel from the
cooker.
• Move the connecting plates in the
terminal board fig.7, following the
diagram in fig. 8.
• You will also find this diagram affixed
to the back of the cooker.(fig.9)
according to the type of connection
you want.
• Connect the power cable, whose
cross section must be suitable
(see paragraph «TECHNICAL
FEATURES»), keeping the earth wire
longer than the phase wires.
• Secure the cable in the clamp and fit the rear panel in place.
fig.7
fig. 8
fig. 9
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5.5 Adjustments
• All seal must be replaced by the
technician following any adjustment
or regulation.
• The adjustment of the reduce rate
(simmer) must be undertaken only
with burners functioning on natural
gas while in the case of burners
functioning on L.P.G, the screw must
be locked down fully (in clockwise
direction).
• “Primary air adjustment” on hob gas
burners is unnecessary.
Taps
All gas taps are male cone type with only
one way of passage.
Adjustment of the “Reduced rate”
position as follows (fig. 10):
• Turn the burner on and place the knob
on the “Reduced rate” position (small
flame).
• Remove the knob of the tap which is
attached by simply applying pressure
to the rod.
• Insert a small screwdriver 1 into the 2
top shaft and turn the throttling screw
left or right until flame of the burner
is conveniently regulated to the low
position.
• Check that the flame does not go out
when the knob is sharply switched
from the “Full on” to “Reduced rate”
positions.
Attention! This operation can be
carried out also with the front panel
fitted, but if you find some difficulties
to reach the adjustment screw,
remove the front panel unscrewing
the fixing screws, which are positioned
in the inferior part of the same and
make to slip downwards.
fig. 10
5.6 Conversions
Replacing the injectors
Our burners can be adapted to different
types of gas by simply installing the
injectors suitable for the gas you want
to use.
To change the injectors on the hob,
remove the burner cup and head and
with a 7 mm Ø socket spanner replace
them (fig. 11).
To help the installer, the table in the
“TECHNICAL INFORMATION” section.
gives the burner nominal heat input,
injector diameter and operating pressure
of the different gas types.
After having replaced the injectors,
it will be necessary to proceed with
burner adjustment as explained in the
previous paragraphs. The technician
must replace any seals after the
adjustments have been made.
Gas information
To tighten some components apply the
following torque forces:
Aluminium pipes to burners, valves,
thermostats: 15 Nm
Thermocouples to top burners cups:
3 Nm
Thermocouples to thermostats: 4 Nm
Push-on connector: 20 Nm
Injectors: 4 Nm
fig. 11
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5.5 Adjustments
• Always disconnect the appliance from
the electricity supply before making
any adjustment.All gas taps are male
cone type with
5.7 Maintenance
Prior to any maintenance work or
changing parts, disconnect the
appliance from the gas and electricity
power sources.
back part and unscrew the screws 1
(fig.13) in order to free the taps.
• Change seal each time a tap is
replaced. This will ensure perfect
retention between the tap and part.
• Reassemble all the parts following
the same procedure but in the
reverse order.
Replacing the taps
Proceed in the following way when
replacing a tap or the thermostat:
• Remove pan supports, burner heads.
• Unscrew the burner fixing screws
(four for ultrarapid burner and two for
the other burners)
• Pull out the knobs.
• Unscrew the fixing screws 1 (fig.14)
which lock the front panel to the front
frame then slip out from the upper
fixing brackets. 2
• Unscrew the fixing screws 1 (fig.14
which lock the hob at the back and
remove it.
• Unscrew the nuts 2 of the gas 2
aluminium pipes and pull out the
thermocouple quick connectors 3
(fig.13).
• Unscrew the screws 2 (fig.12) which
lock the crosspieces.
• Unscrew the screws 1 (fig.12) which
unite the the bridles of the taps to
the front frame.
• Make to slip the ramp toward the
fig. 12
fig.13
fig. 14
Changing the flexible gas hose
In order to guarantee that the gas hose is
always in excellent condition we strongly
recommend changing it on the date you
will find printed on it.
Replacing the electrical
coponents
• The rear protection will have to be
removed in order to change the
electrical heating elements, spit
motor, terminal board and power
cable.
• If you have to change the power cable
(see the cross section on table in the
“Technical information” section),
always keep the earth wire longer
than the phase wires and, in addition,
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follow all the instructions given in the
“Electrical connection” paragraph.
• To change the oven lamp see the
instructions given “Replacing the oven
lamp” paragraph.
• To change the spark generator, the
spark electrodes and the lamp holder
the work top has to be removed as
indicated in paragraph “Replacing the
taps”.
• To change the lamp-holder force the
tabs of blockage and take the lampholder toward the inside of the oven.
• To change the eventual programming
accessory, the thermostat,
commutators, the switchs and the
microswitchs, remove the front panel
as indicated in paragraph “Replacing
6. TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Outside cooker dimensions
height
1 /mm
910 ÷ 920
MODEL
100 x 60
height
2 /mm
970 ÷ 980
width
3 /mm
1000
depth
4 /mm
600
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Burner disposition and hob burner technical data table
Burners
Operating
pressure gas
Rate
Diameter
injector
Sabaf
mbar
g/h
1/100 mm
Min
Max
1/100 mm
Heat input
By-pass
N.
Denomination
1
Ultrarapid
GPL 30
Natural gas 20
236
92
124-Y
1350
1350
3250
3250
65
2
Rapid
GPL 30
Natural gas 20
218
88
117-Y
800
800
3000
3000
44
3
Semi-rapide
GPL 30
Natural gas 20
131
68
98-Z
600
600
1800
1800
34
4
Auxiliary
GPL 30
Natural gas 20
73
51
75-X
400
400
1000
1000
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ELECTRIC COMPONENTS
Description
Left cavity:
Lower heating element of the oven
Top heating element of the oven-grill
Rear heating element
Right cavity:
Lower heating element of the oven
Top heating element of the oven-grill
Oven lamp
Fan of the rear heating element
Cooling fan motor
Power cable
Nominal data
800+170 W
1800 W+700 W
2000 W
800+170 W
1800 W+700 W
2 x 15 W - E 14 - T 300
25..29 W
12 W
H05 RR-F 3 x 2.5 mm2
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7. ENVIRONMENT CONCERNS
The appliance was designed and made
in accordance with the European
standards listed below:
=>EN 30-1-1, EN 30-2-1 and EN 437 plus
subsequent amendments (gas)
=>EN 60 335-1 and EN 60 335-2-6
(electrical) plus relative amendments
The appliance complies with the
prescriptions of the European Directives
as below:
=>2006/95 EC concerning electrical
safety (BT).
=> 2004/108 EC concerning
electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
=>2009/142 EC concerning gas safety.
Oven accessories that could come
into contact with foodstuffs are made
with materials that comply with the
provisions of the 89/109 EC directive
dated 21/12/88.
This product complies with EU Directive
2002/96/EC.
The crossed-out dustbin symbol
reported on the appliance indicates
that the appliance must be disposed
of separately from other domestic
refuse at the end of its useful life. It
must therefore be delivered to a waste
recycling centre specifically for electric
and electronic equipment or returned to
the retailer at the moment of purchase
of a new equivalent appliance.
The user is responsible for delivering
the appliance to the appropriate
collection centre at the end of its useful
life, Failure to do so may result in a fine,
as provided for by laws governing waste
disposal.
Differential collection of waste products
for eventual recycling, treatment and
environmentally friendly disposal helps
reduce possible negative effects on
the environment and health, and also
enables the materials making up the
product to be recycled.
For more detailed information on the
available refuse collection systems,
refer to the local Municipal Solid Waste
disposal centre or the shop where the
product was purchased.
Producers and importers are
responsible for fulfilling their obligations
as regards recycling, treatment and
environmentally friendly disposal by
directly or indirectly participating in the
collection system.
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