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Hallman HDFR48CMAW User Manual
U ser Instructions, Installation, maintenance for
•COOKERS•
Majestic
Maj
estic • Pr o f e s s i o n a l • QQuuaa d r a
C o o k e r s c h a racteristics
These warnings refer to different models of cookers.
Be sure that you have correctly identifiedthe model that you possess (see the data plate).
MODEL
DIMENSIONS
UP60
UP76
UM76
UP90, UPD90
UM90
UPD100
UQM100
UMD100
UP120,UPD120
UM120
UP150
UM150
23
29
29
35
35
39
39
39
47
47
59
59
cod. I/301/89/HA
5/8” (W) x 23 5/8” (D) x [33 15/32”- 35 53/64“] (H)
7/8” (W) x 23 5/8” (D) x [33 15/32” - 35 53/64”] (H)
7/8” (W) x 27 9/16” (D) x [34 1/4”- 36 20/32”] (H)
7/16” (W) x 23 5/8” (D) x [33 15/32”- 35 53/64”] (H)
7/8” (W) x 27 9/16” (D) x [34 1/4”- 36 20/32”] (H)
3/8” (W) x 23 5/8” (D) x [33 15/32”- 35 53/64”] (H)
3/8” (W) x 25 19/32” (D) x [34 1/4”- 36 20/32”] (H)
3/8” (W) x 27 9/16” (D) x [34 1/4”- 36 20/32”] (H)
1/4” (W) x 23 5/8” (D) x [33 15/32”- 35 53/64”] (H
7/8” (W) x 27 9/16” (D) x [34 1/4”- 36 20/32”] (H)
1/16” (W) x 23 5/8” (D) x [33 15/32”- 35 53/64”] (H)
1/2” (W) x 27 9/16” (D) x [34 1/4”- 36 20/32”] (H)
07/2016
IM P ORTA NT - P LEASE READ AND FOL L OW
• Before beginning, please read these instructions
completely and carefully.
• Do not remove permanently affixed labels, warnings, or
plates from the product. This may void the warranty.
• Please observe all local and national codes and
ordinances.
• Please ensure that this product is properly grounded.
• The installer should leave these instructions with the
consumer who should retain for local inspector’s use and
for future reference.
• Installation must conform with local codes or in absence of codes, the National Fuel Gas Code ANSIZ223.1-latest
edition. Electrical installation must be in accordance with the National Electrical Code, ANIS/NFPA70 – latest
edition and/or local codes. IN CANADA: Installation must be in accordance with the current CAN/CGA-B149.1
National Gas
• Installation Code or CAN/CGA-B 149.2, Propane. Installation Code and/or local codes. Electrical installation must
be in accordance with the current CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Codes Part 1 and/or local codes.
• Installation of any gas –fired equipment should be made by a licensed plumber. A manual gas shut-off valve must
be installed in the gas supply line ahead of the oven in the gas stream for safety and ease of service.
• In Massachusetts: All gas products must be installed by a “Massachusetts” licensed plumber or gasfitter. A “T”
handle type manual gas valve must be installed in the gas supply line to this appliance.
• The manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage to property or to persons caused by incorrect installation
or improper use of the appliance.
• The manufactured reserves the right to make changes to its products when considered necessary and useful,
without affecting the essential safety and operating characteristics.
• This appliance has been designed for non-professional, domestic use only.
• This appliance must be used only for the purposes for which it was intended. Any other use is incorrect and
therefore dangerous.
• Possible hazards may result from using this appliance for storage space.
WARNING
NEVER use this appliance as a space heater to heat or warm
the room. Doing so may result in carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Keeping appliance area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors
and liquids.
I M P O R TA N T I N S T R U C T I O N
All Appliances:
Do Not Leave Children Alone - Children should not be left alone or unattended in area where appliance is in use.
They should never be allowed to sit or stand on any part of the appliance. Do not store items of interest to children
above or at the back of this appliance, as they could climb on the appliance to reach items and be injured.
Wear Proper Apparel - Loose-fitting or hanging garmets should never be worn while using the appliance.
User Servicing - Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically recommended in the manual.
All other servicing should be referred to a qualified technician.
Storage in or on Appliance - Flammable materials should not be stored near surface units.
Do Not Use Water on Grease Fires - Smother fire or flame or use dry chemical or foam type extinguisher.
Use Only Dry Potholders - Moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces may resultin burns from steam. Do not let
potholder touch hot heating elements. Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth.
When using this appliance, do not touch grates, burner caps, burner bases or any other parts in proximity to the
flame. These components may be hot enough to cause burns.
Never leave this appliance unattended when in use. Boilovers and greasy spills may smoke or ignite
Do not heat unopened food containers, such as baby food jars and cans. Pressure build-up may cause the container
to burst and cause injury.
Before performing service, shut off gas supply by closing the gas shut-off valve and shut off elec-tricity to this
appliance
For safety when cooking, set burner controls so flame does not extend beyond the bottom of pan.
• Wear proper apparel. Loose-fitting or hanging garments should never be worn while using this appliance.
• Use extreme caution when moving a grease kettle or disposing of hot grease.
• Clean only those parts listed in this guide.
• Do not repair or replace any part of this appli-ance unless specifically recommended in literature accompanying
this appliance.
• Do not obstruct the flow of air to ensure proper combustion and ventilation.
• IMPORTANT: Do not install a ventilation system that blows air downward toward this gas cooking appliance. This
type of ventilation system may cause ignition and combustion problems with this gas cooking appliance resulting in
personal injury or unintended operation.
Ovens:
Use Care When Opening Door - Let hot air or steam escape before removing or replacing food.
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I N S TA L L AT I O N I N S T R U C T I O N S
This appliance shall only be installed by an authorized person. This appliance shall be installed in
accordance with the manufactures installation instructions, IMPORTANT: this appliance must be installed in
accordance with the norms in force of the country concerned.
The installation of this appliance must conform to local codes and ordinances. In the absence of local codes.
Installations must conforms to American National Standards, National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1-54
If local codes permit, a flexible metal appliance connection with the new AGA or CGA certified design,
max. 5 feet (1,5m) long, ½” I.D. recommended for connecting this cooktop to the gas supply line. Do not
bend or damage the flexible connector when moving the cooktop. The pressure regulator has ½” female
pipe thread. You will need to determine the fitting required, depending on the size of your gas supply line,
the flexible metal connector and the shutoff valve.
The appliance , when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in absence
of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
The appliance and its individual shut off valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system
any pressure testing of that system at test pressure in excess of ½psi (3,5kPa).
The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff
valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressure equal to or less than
½psi (3,5kPa).
For use with a pressure regulator. The regulator supplied must be used with this appliance; it shall be
properly installed in order to be accessible when appliance is installed in definitive position.
The gas appliance pressure regulator must be set for the gas with which the appliance is used.
This appliance can be used with Natural gas and LP Gas. It is shipped from the factory adjusted for use
with Natural gas: CONVERSION FIXED ORIFICES ARE LOCATED IN THE LITERATURE PACK SUPPLIED
WITH THE UNIT.
Injectors kit for the change of type of gas are contained inside the package jointly with the hob installation
kit and Instruction booklet. The maximum inlet gas supply pressure incoming to the gas appliance pressure
regulator is 20” water column (5kPa). The minimum gas supply pressure for checking the regulator setting
shall be at least 1”w.c.(249Pa) above the inlet specified manifold pressure to the appliance (this operating
pressure is 5”w.c. for Natural Gas and 10”w.c. for LP Gas.All opening and holes in the wall and floor, back
and under the appliance shall be sealed before installation of the appliance.
ATTENTION: A manual valve shall be installed in an accessible location in the gas line external to the appliance for the
purpose of turning on or shutting off gas to the appliance.
WARNING: Do not use aerosol sprays in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in operation.
The appliances should not be installed with a ventilation system that blows air downward toward the range.
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BASE FEET
Legs are packed in carton box. Legs should be installed near to where the appliance is to be used, as they are not
secure for long transit. After unpacking the range, raise it about a foot to remove the bottom shipping skid. Keep the
unit raised to permit legs to be screwed into our couplings and lower it gently to keep any undue strain from the legs
and internal mounting hardware. It is strongly recommended that a pallet or lift jack be used rather than tilting.
MAJESTIC
MAJESTIC PAW LION FEET
B
C
B
PROFESSIONAL
B
A
C
D
B
A
D
Fig.1a
1) Remove the foot (A) from the cooker and
fix in the foot cover (D)
2) Secure the foot cover (D) with three bolts,
the three whashers and the three nuts (B)
into the bracket (C) which is positioned at
the rear of the kitchen
Fig.1b
1) Insert the bolt (A) into the bracket hole and tighten the nut (B).
2) Insert the pin between the bracket and the fixing support (D)
and tighten the nut (B).
Fig.1c
1) Screw partially bolt (F)
into the base feet (G).
2) Insert base feet (G) into
the hole (Ha), move to the
hole (Hb) and screw completely bolt (F).
PRESSURE GAS REGULATOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
Pressure gas regulator is supplied with the appliance. It is stored in the oven.
A
B
C
A
Fig.2a
C
Fig.2b
As show in Figure 2a, unscrew B part from C part.
Screw B part into A part (Fig. 2a ). Please use a proper gasket, for this connection.
As show in Figure 2b, screw A+B part into part C.
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B
B AC KGU A R D I NS TA L L AT IO N IN S T RU C T IO N
Please follow the following installation instructions in sequence:
1. install base feet (see proper instruction Fig.3 )
2. Place the backguard and fix it from bottom side with the two screw as shown in figure below.
Figure 3
ANTI-TIP STABILITY DEVICE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. The anti-tip bracket have to be attached to rear wall, as show in Fig.4, before backguard installation. The dimension
for the bracket location from the floor have to be determined after range legs have been adjusted to the proper
installation height as show in the installation instructions and the range has been levelled.
2. Measure from the floor to the bottom of the anti-tip location on the back of the range.
3. Locate the two anti-tip bracket holes (dimension of the holes 15/64”(6mm)) on the wall at the measured dimension
plus 5/32”(4mm). The two anti-tip have to be placed close to the side of the range location (recommended
dimension is 1”(25,4mm from the sides).
4. Fix the two bracket on the wall.
5. Install backguard, as shown at the next part (see Install backguard chapter).
6. Adjust range legs 5/16”(8mm) shorter than the proper installation height. Slide in then the range against the wall.
Adjust range legs to the proper installation height.
Figure 4
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P R O X I M I T Y T O S I D E C A B I N E T I N S TA L L AT I O N
1. This range may be installed directly adjacent to existing [33 15/32” - 36 20/32”] high base cabinets. IMPORTANT:
The top border of the worktop should be at the same level of the adjacent cabinets counter top. This may be
accomplished by raising using the adjustment spindles on the legs.
2. The range CANNOT be installed directly adjacent to sidewall, as cabinets, appliances, or other side vertical surface
above 36 20/32” high. There must be a minimum of 5” side clearance.
3. Within the side clearance to combustible vertical surfaces above 36 20/32”, the maximum wall cabinet depth
must be 13” and wall cabinets within this side clearance within this side clearance must be 18” above the 36” high
countertop.
4. Distance A cannot be less than width of the appliance.
Figure 5
TABLE 1
A
≥ [23 15/32” – 59 1/2”] [60cm – 151cm]
B
36” (91,5cm)
C
13” (33cm)
D
18” (45,7cm)
E
36” (91,5cm)
F
5” (12,7cm)
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ELECT RICA L CONNEC T IO N
The appliance shall be connected to a single phase electric line rated at 120/208Vac or
120/240Vac and 60Hz frequency.
The appliance is equipped at the factory with a flexible hose . Inside the flexible hose you have
4 cables: grenn cable must be connected to the ground, white cable (NEUTRAL), red en black
cables: supply wire (L1 – L2). Check the electrical schetch available at the bottom in our instructions booklet
Electric power absorption of each model are shown in the Electrical and Gas Power Table enclosed.
Before connecting the appliance to the electric network, follow the instructions below:
1. fuse and electric feeding installation of your home must support the load of the appliance (see registration label).
2. Power supply system must have an efficient earth plate.
3. The outlet or multiple-switch, with a minimum1/8” (3mm) contact opening, has to be easily reached once the
appliance has been installed.
The appliance is supplied without outlet: you need a normal one proper for the electric load.
The power supply cable should not reach a 120°F temperature above the one surrounding.
G AS CON NECTI ON
All gas connect ions must be made according to national and local codes. This gas supply (service) line must be the same size or grater than the inlet line of the appliance. This range uses a
½”NPT inlet. Sealant on all pipe joints must be resistive to LP gas.
1. Manual Shut-off Valve: This installer-supplied valve must be installed in the gas service line ahead of the appliance
in the gas stream and in a position where it can be reached quickly in the event of an emergency. The manual
shut-off valve shall be installed properly in order to be accessible when appliance is installed in definitive position.
In Massachusetts: A ‘T’ handle type manual gas valve must be installed in the gas supply line to this appliance.
2. Pressure Regulator
1. All heavy duty, commercial type cooking equipment must have a pressure regulator on the incoming service line
for safe and efficient operation, since service pressure may fluctuate with local demand. The pressure regulator is
supplied separately with the appliance; regulator has two female threads ½” NPT; it shall be installed properly in
order to be accessible when appliance is installed in definitive position.
2. This range can be used with Natural or LP/Propane gas. It is shipped from the factory adjusted for use with natural
gas. The orifice hoods must be screwed snug when LP/Propane gas is used(see LP/Propane conversion).
3. The appliance, its individual shut-off valve, and pressure regulator must be disconnected from the gas supply
piping system during any pressure testing of that system at pressure is in excess of 1/2psig(3.45kPa).
4. The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shut-off valve
during any pressure testing of gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2psig(3.45kPa).
3. Flexible Connections:
1. If the unit is to be installed with flexible couplings and/or quick disconnect fittings, the installer must use an heavy
duty, AGA design-certified commercial flexible connector of at least ½”(1.3cm)ID NPT(with suitable strain relieves)
in compliance with ANSI Z21.41 and Z21.69 standards.
2. In Massachusetts: The unit must be installed with a 36” (3-foot) long flexible gas connector.
3. In Canada: CAN 1-6.10-88 metal connectors for gas appliances and CAN 1-6.9M79 quick disconnect device for
use with gas fuel.
CAUTION: Leak testing of the appliance shall be conducted according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Before placing the
oven into operation, always check for leaks with a soapy water solution of other acceptable method. DO NOT USE AN OPEN
FLAME TO CHECK FOR LEAKS!
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P ER FORMA NCE CHE CKL IS T
All bur ners are tested before leaving the factory. There are no adjustments for the bur ners
if connected according to the information on the rating plate. Check each bur ner for proper
operations. Flames should be blue in all settings. If service is required, contact your dealer for
the name of their authorized service agency. Gas conversions and initial installation are not
responsibility of the manufacturer.
The installer should carry out the following performance checks. Refer to instructions below.
1. Check surface burner ignition.
2. Check air shutter adjustment (only for oven and broiler burner) sharp blue flame, no yellow tipping, shooting or
flame lifting.
3. Check low flame adjustment
4. Check broiler and oven ignition - all burners ports.
5. Check for gas leaks (odors) at all gas connections.
6. Check oven bake and convection bake function.
REQUIREMENTS
Room ventilation – Location and venting.
ATTENTION: A exhaust fan may be used with the appliance; in each case it shall be installed in conformity with the
national s tandards in force.
ATTENTION: Exhaust hood operation may affect other vented appliances; in each case it shall be installed in conformity
with the national standards in force.
CONVERSION TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF GAS
Any conversion required must be performed by your dealer or a qualified licensed plumber or gas service company.
Please provide the service person with this manual before work is started on the range.(Gas conversions are the
responsibility of the dealer or end user.)
WA R N I N G
Th i s co nve r s i o n k i t s hal l be i ns t all ed by a q u a lifie d se r vice a g e n cy in a cco rd a n ce wi t h t h e
ma nu fac tu r e r ’s i n s tr uc t i ons and al l appl i c a ble co d e s a n d re q u ire me n ts o f th e a u th o r ityh av i n g
jur i sdi ct i o n . I f t h e i nfor m at i on i n t hes e instr u ctio n s is n o t fo llowe d exa ctly, a fire, exp los i o n o r
product i o n o f c a r b o n monox ide m ay res ult ca u sin g p ro p e r ty d a ma g e, p e rso n a l in ju r y o r lo ss o f l i fe.
Th e q ual i f i e d s e r v i c e agenc y is res pons ible fo r th e p ro p e r in sta lla tio n o f th is kit. Th e in st a l l a t i o n
is n ot p r o p e r a n d c o m plet e unt i l t he operat io n o f th e co nve r te d a p p lia n ce is ch e cke d a s sp e c i f i e d
in t he ma nu fa c tu r e r ’s ins t r uc t ions s uppl i ed with th e kit.
CAU T I O N
Befor e pr o c e e d i n g wi t h t he c onvers ion, s hut o ff th e g a s su p p ly to th e a p p lia n ce p r io r to d isco nn e c t i n g
the e l ect r i c a l p owe r.
The appliance is supplied for use with a certain type of gas; if this has to be varied, you must change the burner
injectors, adjust the air flow rate and the minimum gas flow.
Before carrying out these operations you must disconnect the electric power supply of the cooker to avoid accidental
contacts.
Before carrying out any maintenance work, disconnect the appliance from the gas and electric supply.
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AD APTATI ON OF THE P RE S S U RE RE G U L AT O R FO R
U S E WITH DI FFER E NT T Y PE O F G AS
The pressure regulator supplied with the appliance is a convertible type pressure regulator for
use with Natural Gas at a nominal outlet pressure of 5”w.c. or LP gas at a nominal outlet pressure
of 10”w.c. and it is pre-arranged from the factory to operate with one of these gas/pressure as
indicated in the pre-arranging labels affixed on the appliance, package and Instruction booklet.
If Natural gas is converted to LP gas, also by-pass orifice has to be change.
The regulating crew of by-pass orifice must be fully screwed in.
To convert the regulator (Fig.6 and Fig.7) for use with the other gas different from which one it is
pre-arranged it is enough perform the following operations:
1. Unscrew by hand the upper metal stopper of the regulator.
2. Unscrew by hand the white plastic piece screwed under the above mentioned metal stopper, afterward screw
it again in opposite way under the metal stopper(for gas reference see the written “LP” and “NAT” with relative
indicating arrows on the white piece).
3. Screw again by hand the metal stopper in the original position on the regulator.
Operating in this way the gas regulator is converted for use with the other gas/pressure
Figure 6
Figure 7
Pressure regulator
Pressure regulator; pressure
test-point stopper is pointed out
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CHANGING THE INJECTORS AND ADJUSTING THE AIR
TABLE 2
Bur ner
Gas
INPUT
RATE
[Btu/h]
ORIFICE
SIZE
(1/100) mm
SIMMER
RATE
[Btu/h]
PRIMARY
AIR
OPENING
BY-PASS
ORIFICE
SIZE
(1/100)mm
SR
NATURAL (A)
7000
120
2100
Open
Adj.*
R
NATURAL (A)
10500
145
3200
Open
Adj.*
Fish Kettle
NATURAL (A)
10500
145
3600
Open
Adj.*
TC
NATURAL (A)
15500
180
5600
Open
Adj.*
D ual
NATURAL (A)
15500
165+68
8000
15 (exter nal)
/ Open (inner
ring)
Adj.*
Dual (aux only)
NATURAL (A)
2300
68
1100
Open
Adj.*
G riddle
NATURAL (A)
10500
145
3600
Big Solid Top Burner
NATURAL (A)
8500
130
2100
5
Adj.*
Small Solid Top Burner
NATURAL (A)
8500
130
2100
5
Adj.*
OVEN (60)
NATURAL (A)
11500
155
4
G RILL (60)
NATURAL (A)
9000
140
/
OVEN (70)
NATURAL (A)
15000
180
4
G RILL (70)
NATURAL (A)
13500
165
/
OVEN (90) 1 bur ner
NATURAL (A)
15000
180
/
G RILL (90)
NATURAL (A)
13500
165
/
SR
LP (E)
7000
78
2100
Open
45
R
LP (E)
10500
95
3200
Open
55
Fish Kettle
LP (E)
10500
95
3600
Open
60
TC
LP (E)
15500
117
5600
Open
75
G riddle
LP (E)
10500
95
3600
Dual
LP (E)
15500
110+43
8000
Open
75
Dual (aux only)
LP (E)
2300
43
1100
Open
35
Big Solid Top Burner
LP (E)
8500
85
2100
5
45
Small Solid Top Burner LP (E)
8500
85
2100
5
45
OVEN (60)
LP (E)
11500
95
2800
20
55
G RILL (60)
LP (E)
9000
88
/
OVEN (70)
LP (E)
15000
115
20
G RILL (70)
LP (E)
13500
105
/
OVEN (90) 1 bur ner
LP (E)
15000
115
/
G RILL (90)
LP (E)
13500
105
/
11
Adj.*
60
A1) Burners of the hob
1. Remove the grill, the caps and the burners from the worktop.
2. Lift the worktop.
3. Unscrew the screw “F” and remove the pipe “R”.
4. Unscrew the injectors (U) and replace them with those suitable for the gas used, supplied with the cooker. See TABLE 2.
5. The air is adjusted by means of the pipe “R” according to the value “X” given in TABLE 2 for the primary air opening.
Once regulation has been completed, secure the pipe ”R” with the screw “F”.
A2) Air adjustment
The air adjustment must be carried out with the bur ner ignited and the flame to the maximum.
Examples (Fig.10):
A) Flame with excess of air; it is small and thin. Move sleeve R forward.
B) Flame with lack of air; it is irregular with yellow streaks. Move sleeve R backward.
C) Normal flame: its colour is light blue.
A
F
U
U
F X
X
R
B
R
Figure 8
Figure 9
C
Figure 10
B1) Burner in the oven
1. Remove the bottom shelf of the oven
2. Remove the fixing screws to move the burner
3. Unscrew the injectors and replace it with one suitable for the gas used. See table 2 .
4. Unscrew the screw “f”.
5. The burner air must be adjusted by means of the pipe “r” according to the value ”x” given in table 2 for the
“primary air opening”.
6. Once regulation has been completed, secure the pipe “r” with the screw “f”.
B2) Air adjustment
The air adjustment must be carried out with the bur ner ignited and the flame to the maximum.
Examples ( Fig.12):
D) Flame with excess of air; it is small and thin. Move sleeve R forward.
E) Flame with lack of air; it is irregular with yellow streaks. Move sleeve R backward.
F) Normal flame: its colour is light blue.
A
F
R
B
X
C
Figure 11
Figure 12
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A D JU ST IN G THE MI NI MU M G A S F L O W
When installing the cooker you must check that the minimum gas flow of the burners on the hob and in the oven is
correctly regulated. If the type of gas is changed it is indispensable to adjust the minimum flow. The regulating procedure
is as follows.
A) Burners on the hob (fig. 13)
1. Light one burner at a time and turn the flame up to maximum.
2. Remove the knob of the corresponding gas tap and insert screwdriver in the screw as showed in figure
14a or 14b (DUAL).
3. Turn the tap to minimum position.
4. Unscrew, turning to the left, to increase the flame, or screw to the right to decrease it.
5. If a liquid gas is used (Butane - Propane), the regulating screw must be fully screwed in.
By-pass
regulating
AUX
Figure 13
AUX
Figure 14b (DUAL)
Figure 14a
S ERVIC E & MA I NTENA N C E IN S T RU C T IO N S
Replacement Parts.
Authorized replacement parts may be used in performing service on the appliance. Replacement parts are available
from factory authorized part distributors.
Service and maintenance only to be carried out by an authorised person.
To replace parts such burners, valves and electric components, the hotplate must be removed from the bench
top by releasing the attachment hooks, loosening the attachment screws of each burner, unscrewing the hotplate
attachments nuts which are visible at the bottom of the surface, removing the hotplate top and finally replacing the
defective parts.
Note: if the valves must be replaced, first disassemble the ignitions switches wires.
It is recommended to replace the valve gaskets each time the valve is replaced.
WARNING: After first installation of the appliance or after any ser vice inter vention concer ning main gas par ts of the
appliance, make the leak test using water with soap an the gas connections in order to ver ify the correct installation.
Do not use fire for gas leak testing.
NON WORKING APPLIANCES
Before calling the After Sales Service, check that the appliance is connected or that the main switch is activated.
After, call the After Sales Service. The faults must be checked by a skillfull technician.
Remark: the appliance is equipped with a safety thermostat, adjusted at a certain temperature. In case it reaches a
higher temperature, the appliance switches off.
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O VEN CL E A NI NG A ND C A RE
It is advised to clean the oven after each use. The dirt comes off more easily, preventing it from being burnt repeatedly
at high temperatures. Wait until the chamber is lukewarm. Remove all the extractable parts and wash them separately
in hot water and non abrasive detergent. The cooking chamber can be cleaned with a soft cloth soaked in a solution
of lukewarm water and ammonia; then rinse and dry. Do not use abrasive or corrosive detergents as they may
damage the oven. Do not use steam appliances for cleaning, as there is a risk of short circuit.
DISMANTLING THE O VEN DOOR
For ease of intensive cleaning it is practical to dismantle the door following these instructions: insert the hook (C) (Fig.
16) in the hinge sector (D). Put the door in half-open position and, using both hands, pull the small door towards you
until it uncouples from the connection. To reassemble the door, proceed in inverse order, taking care to insert the two
guides (F) correctly.
OVEN DOOR
The oven door is composed of three sheets of plate glass (two in some models). The plate glass parts may be cleaned
using absorbent kitchen paper and an ordinary non abrasive detergent. The inside glass may be removed to facilitate
cleaning.
To do this it is necessary to dismantle the oven door (see paragraph “Dismantling the oven door”) or, alternatively, to
set it in the intermediate click position.
ATTENTION: DO NOT SLIDE OUT THE INSIDE GLASS WITH THE DOOR COMPLETELY OPEN THE DOOR COULD CLOSE SUDDENLY AND
HURT YOU.
Once the door has been dismantled, place it with the outside facing down on a flat soft surface to avoid scratching
it. If you do not want to dismantle the door, it is possible to slide out the glass by setting it in the intermediate click
position (see Fig. 17), but take care that the door does not close suddenly
D
C
A
B
A
F
C
B
Figure 16
Figure 17
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Self-cleaning panels
If the oven is equipped with self-cleaning catalytic panels, at normal cooking temperatures (430°F) the catalytic
enamel favours the transformation of splashes of fat into a light powder residue. This powder may be removed with
a damp cloth once the oven has cooled. In this way the enamel surface remains porous and ensures maximum yield
of the panels.
Fat-filter
(in selected models only)It is recommended that the fat filter is cleaned regularly as a build up of grease could
damage the thermostat and the fan motor.
Fig. 18: Removal of oven shelf support
Fig. 19: Removal of fat-filter (F)
Fig. 20: Removal of oven lamp
When the oven is out of order
In case your appliance is not working correctly, disconnect it from the mains and call the After Sales Service.
In case oven light is not working properly, disconnect the appliance from the mains, remove the protection glass of
the lamp and replace it (Fig. 20 ).
Take care that lamp must be suitable for working at high temperatures and has the proper technical features.
Cleaning the grills
We advise always cleaning the pan support grills after cooking. Wait until they have cooled down and then clean them
with a NON ACID detergent. Acid substances such as lemon juice or other acid detergents may cause irremediable
damage to the enamel on the grills. Dry the grills carefully with a cloth immediately after washing them. Washing in
the dishwasher not recommended.
F
Figure 18
Figure 19
Figure 20
IMPORTANT
Insert foods when the oven is hot.«Grill» baking.
When appliances are equipped with grill, baking can be achieved keeping the door closed. By using the grill you can
cook meat, fish and even vegetables. At first, we suggest using the upper runner (4). Position the selector on grill
and fix the temperature of 360˚F.
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U S ER M A NUA L
IMPO RTANT: keep children away from the appliance when it operates. The oven door becomes very hot. Safety rules
do not always cover any type of accident. The appliance must not be used for heating purposes. If other electric
appliances are connected to outlets placed near the appliance, make sure that the connection cables will not be
trapped in the oven door while operating.
GENERAL NOTES: for safety reasons and to ensure proper functioning of the appliance, any required maintenance
must be undertaken by skilled technicians or after sales service in warranty period. Clean the oven regularly after
the use. The dirt can be easily removed, in this way it will not burn at high temperatures. Choose heat-resisting pans
according to the quantity of food you want to cook. Stainless steel containers are not recommended as they reflect
heat. Shelf height should be adjusted as necessary according to the food to be cooked and the recipe.
FIRST SYSTEM STARTUP: all removable parts of the oven, should be washed with detergent and then reassembled.
Start the oven for about 60 minutes and set the thermostat to 440°F. During this initial heating period some unpleasant
smell will be experienced, which is unavoidable and quite normal. When the oven has completely cooled down, clean
it referring to the paragraph «Cleaning and care».
IMPO RTANT: correct positioning of the brass flame distributor (d, Fig. 21) is very important. For this purpose, ensure
that the flame distributor tooth (e, Fig. 21 ) coincides with the notch (b, Fig. 21) on the aluminium base (a, Fig. 21). To
keep the flame distributor covers (c ) new, you are advised to remove them before lighting the flame.
IMPO RTANT: be sure that you have correctly identified the model that you possess (see the data plate).The various
operations are described below, one after the other. Not all concern the cooker you have bought, select the ones that
do.
a
b
c
d
e
a
IMPORTANT: when you are using the oven for the first time,
let it work empty for one hour, leaving possibly the windows
of the kitchen open. The oven will emanate bad smells due
to production residuals such as greases, oils or resins. After
that the oven is ready for the first cooking.
USE OF THE ELECTRIC THERMOSTAT (Fig. 25)
The thermostat (Fig. 25) allows to choose the temperature
of the oven from 100°F to 500°F, turning the knob clockwise.
The pilot lamp will turn off when the selected temperature
has been reached. It will turn on again when the internal
temperature of the oven is decreased more than 10°F.
USE OF THE TURNSPIT (Fig. 23, 24)
Spit the meats to be cooked. Put the spit on the proper base
and insert it on the spit motor. Place the collector plate on
the lower shelf, ignite the grill, turn on the spit motor.
Figure 21
16
Figure 23
Figure 24
Figure 25
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U S E OF THE E L ECTR O N IC P RO G RAM M E R
REMARK: To know what the electronic programmer drive see ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER TABLE (at the end of the booklet).
ATTENTION: DO NOT USE ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER WHEN VENTILATED GAS FUNCTION IS SELECT.
A
1. FUNCTIONS: cooking time - end of cooking - clock - timer - manual operation
2. DISPLAY - symbols indicating functions in progress:
duration and manual functions = pot symbol
automatic programme = “A”
minute minder = bell symbol
3. SETTING A FUNCTION
Select the function required by pressing the corresponding button and set the time with the +/- buttons.
4. KEYS FOR BUTTONS
Bell button
Cooking time button
End of cooking button
- + button = timer setting
Time is increased with the “+” button and decreased with the “-“ button at a speed directly proportional to the
length of the time for which the button is pressed.
5. CLOCK FUNCTION
The clock function is activated by pressing the cooking time
and end of cooking
buttons simultaneously.
The time is set by pressing the +/- buttons. Any previously set programmes will be automatically cancelled.
6. MANUAL FUNCTION
This function is set by pressing the cooking time
and end of cooking
buttons simultaneously.
The symbol “A” disappears and the pot symbol appears . Previously set programmes are cancelled.
7. SEMI-AUTOMATIC FUNCTION WITH COOKING TIME
Select the cooking time function (
pot symbol
button) and set the time with the +/- buttons. The symbols “A” and the
appear. The oven is switched on. When the time coincides with the set time, shown on the end
of cooking button
,the oven is switched off and the pot symbol disappears. The buzzer then sounds. The
symbol “A” starts to flash.
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8. SEMI-AUTOMATIC FUNCTION WITH END OF COOKING TIME
Choose the function end of cooking (
and the pot symbol
button) and set the final time with the +/- buttons. The symbols “A”
appear. The oven is switched on. When the time coincides with the set time the oven is
switched off and the pot symbol disappears. The buzzer then sounds. The symbol “A” starts to flash.
9. AUTOMATIC FUNCTION WITH COOKING TIME AND END OF COOKING
Choose the function cooking time
and set the required time with the +/- buttons. The symbol “A” appears.
The oven is switched on and the pot symbol
appear. Wait a few seconds until the current time appears.
Set the end time using the end of cooking button
, the approximate final time appears on the display.
Use the +/- buttons to set the final time actually required. The oven is switched off and the pot symbol
disappear. The pot symbol will appear again when the time coincides with the final time minus the cooking time.
At the end of the automatic programme the symbol “A” starts to flash. The buzzer sounds and the oven and pot
symbol disappear.
10. MINUT E MINDER
Choose the timer function (
button) and set the required time with the +/- buttons. The bell symbol
will
remain on for the duration of time set. At the end of this time the buzzer sounds.
11. BUZZER
The buzzer sounds at the end of the cooking time function and continues to buzz for 7 minutes. The buzzer is
silenced by pressing any of the buttons
or
.
The volume of the buzzer can be adjusted using the “-“ button without having first selected any function.
There are three different buzz volumes to choose from and their duration depends upon the length of time for
which the “-“ button is held pressed.
12. START OF A PROGRAMME AND CHECKING
Once a programme has been selected it starts after setting the time. The time remaining can be viewed at any
time by selecting the corresponding function again.
13. IDENTIFYING A PROGRAMMING ERROR
There is a programming error if the time indicated on the clock is between the cooking and end of cooking times.
The error is indicated by the buzzer sounding and the symbol “A” flashing.
14. CANCELLING A PROGRAMME
To cancel a programme select the manual function. At the end of the set programme this is automatically cancelled.
15. IMMEDIATE USE
A) If the display flashes read point B, otherwise go to point C.
B) If the display flashes the correct time has not been set or there has been a power failure. In this case, set the
correct time (see paragraph 5) and then go to point C.
C) Press the
and
button simultaneously. Set the temperature (thermostat knob) and function (selector
knob) using the knobs on the appliance.
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U S E OF THE MULTI FU N C T IO N O V E N
Turn the selector knob (S) and choose the function. Select the desired temperature from 100˚F to 500˚F turning the
thermostat (T). If your oven is fitted with a programmer then you have to switch it on.
Oven light
To switch on the oven light, press the button (R) on the left part of the board.
1 Pizza cooking
Pizza function suitable when cooking pizza, bread and scones. Lower heating element works with the other heating
elements of the oven.
2 Upper & lower elements
This operates like a conventional electric oven and can be used accordingly.
3 Lower element
As the heat comes from the lower element, this setting is particularly suitable for pastry and cakes e.g. flans, pizzas,
biscuits, fruit cakes etc.
4 Upper element
Especially suitable for browning and to add the finishing touches of colour to different dishes. We suggest this setting
when cooking hamburgers, pork outlets, steaks etc.
5 Grill-baking
Suitable for roast meats in general e.g. fillet steak, grilled fish and vegetables. And also for cooking «au gratin» e.g.
cauliflower cheese
Use of the turnspit (available only on certain models)
Insert the spit on its support and in the motor placed in the back of the oven.
0
1
9
0
7
3
2
8
6
5
4
Switch (S)
Thermostat (T)
Figure 26
6 Grill & fan
An energy saving method for deep cooking. Suitable for chops, sausages, kebabs etc. This setting is also used to
operate the turn-spit on 35 45/64” ovens.
7 Upper lower elements and fan
A fast intensive form of cooking, suitable for a variety of dishes. It replaces the turn-spit and can be used for baked
fish, braised vegetables, kebabs, roast chicken, duck etc.
8 Fan oven
This provides a more even heat than a conventional oven and food is «sealed» very quickly. As there is no top or
bottom heat the whole area of the oven can be utilized. This setting is ideal for batch baking or cooking a complete
meal. Several different dishes can be cooked using various shelf positions. Cooking temperatures required are lower
than in a conventionally heated oven. This not only saves energy but reduces the amount of spitting when roasting
meat.
9 Defrost function and Quick Start
Defrosting of frozen food is accelerated by means of fan driven air circulation.
Quick Start is a fast pre-heating oven function. When setting a cooking temperature between 390-500°F, it is advisable
to use the Quick Start function. First turn the oven function selector knob (S) to position (9). Turn the oven temperature
knob (T) to the desired temperature (between 390-500°F). When the orange thermostat light goes off this indicates
the selected temperature has been reached. Food to be cooked can now be placed into the oven. Now turn the oven
function selector knob (S) to the desired cooking function.
War ning: please note the Quick Star t function i s not suitable as a cooking function. It is a quick pre-heat system. The
Quick Star t function should not be operated for more than 20 minutes.
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USE O F T HE S TATI C OV E N
1 Upper & lower elements
This operates like a conventional electric oven and can be used accordingly.
2 Upper element
Especially suitable for browning and to add the finishing touches of colour to different dishes. We suggest this setting
when cooking hamburgers, pork outlets, steaks etc.
3 Lower element
As the heat comes from the lower element, this setting is particularly suitable for pastry and cakes e.g. flans, pizzas,
biscuits, fruit cakes etc.
4 Grill-baking
Suitable for roast meats in general e.g. fillet steak, grilled fish and vegetables. And also for cooking «au gratin» e.g.
cauliflower cheese
5 Use of the turnspit (available only on certain models)
Insert the spit on its support and in the motor placed in the back of the oven.
0
OFF
1
4
3
Switch (S)
Thermostat (T)
2
Figure 27
HOW TO USE THE GAS OVEN WITH ELECTRIC GRILL
1 Selecting ventilated gas function
Turn the knob (A) and select the “static cooking gas.” Then turn the knob (G) and select the desired temperature. The ignition of the
oven burner takes place automatically after a few seconds. If this does not happen, switch off and repeat the operation.
2 Electric lighting of the gas oven
Turn the knob (A) and select the “static cooking gas.” Then turn the knob (G) and select the desired temperature (150 to 500 ° F). The
ignition of the oven burner takes place automatically after a few seconds. If this does not happen, switch off and repeat the operation.
3 Lighting the electric grill
Turn the knob (A) and select the “static cooking grill.” Then turn the knob (G) and select the desired temperature. It is advisable to
preheat the grill for 5 minutes before putting in the food. The oven door must be closed when cooking with the electric grill.
ATTENTION: the electric grill does not work when the gas oven is working.
4 Lighting the ventilated electric grill
Turn the knob (A) and select the “ventilated cooking gas.” Then turn the knob (G) and select the desired temperature.
It is advisable to preheat the grill for 5 minutes before putting in the food. The oven door must be closed when cooking with the
electric grill.
1
4
3
2
(A)
(G)
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HOW TO USE THE GAS OVEN WITH GAS GRILL
1 Selecting ventilated gas function
Turn the knob (A) and select the “ventilated cooking gas”. Then turn the knob (G) and select the desired temperature. The ignition of
the oven burner takes place automatically after a few seconds. If this does not happen, switch off and repeat the operation.
2 Electric lighting of the gas oven
Turn the knob (A) and select the “static cooking gas”. Then turn the knob (G) and select the desired temperature (150 to 500 ° F). The
ignition of the oven burner takes place automatically after a few seconds. If this does not happen, switch off and repeat the operation.
3 Defrost function
Turn the knob (A) and select the “Defrost” function.
4 Lighting the gas grill
Turn the knob (A) and select the “cooking grill.” It is advisable to preheat the grill for 5 minutes before putting in the food. The oven
door must be closed when cooking with the electric grill.
To activate the gas grill, use only knob (A) and turn it. During operation of the gas grill is not possible to select a cooking temperature.
The maximum temperature inside the oven with the grill function is 500 °F.
It is advisable to preheat the grill for 5 minutes before putting in the food. The oven door must be closed when cooking with the
electric grill. For grilling you should place the baking tray with grid mounted on the 3 rd position
1
4
3
(A)
(G)
2
L I GH T IN G THE GA S B U RN E RS
First you have to choose the burner, through indication near the knob, then press the
knob (A) controlling the desidered burner and turn it towards the left. It is important to
press the knob for 10 seconds. In this way the thermocouple bulb overheats and the
gas passage is enabled.
NB: For the burner, “Fry-top” and the burner “Coup feu” just press the knob for 2
seconds.
●
OFF -
maximum -
OFF
minimum
(A)
Figure 28
L I GH T IN G THE “DUAL” TRIPLE RING BURNER
Locate the knob by the indicator next to it. Press and turn the knob (B) to the spark
symbol and keep the knob pressed for 10 seconds.
Once the burner ignites, continue turning the knob in an anti-clockwise direction up to
the first limit-stop which corresponds to a medium power level. If you press firmly you
go pass the first stop and the external ring goes out, leaving just the small central AUXILIARY burner alight. To regulate the auxiliary burner to minimum, turn the knob in an
anti-clockwise direction to the limit-stop (MINIMUM). Now, to reignite the burner turn the
knob in a clockwise direction past the limit-stop until you reach the required level.
OFF
(B)
Figure 29
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WARNING
The effect that top burner flame size should be adjusted so it does not extend beyond the edge of the cooking utensil.
This is an instruction based on safety considerations.
Figure 30
USE O F T HE COUP FEU
The large “Coup feu” solid cast iron plate made of concentric rings allows you to rest the pan (or even several pans)
directly on the surface (Fig. 32, 33 ). It is heated by means of a gas burner (Fig. 31). The plate is designed to provide
a moderately intense heat which is well distributed over the surface. This is ideal for slow cooking and particularly
for sauces, browning and grilling, heating dishes or keeping them warm. Switch the burner on 15/20 minutes before
use to allow the cast iron plate to accumulate heat. You will then be able to use the plate even when switched off for
a further 10/15 minutes. The middle of the plate is the area where the highest temperatures are reached whereas the
outer part is cooler. By simply moving the pan from the middle to the outside of the plate, you can obtain different
cooking intensities without regulating the flame. Pan dimensions permitting, several dishes can be cooked at the
same time (Fig. 33). If necessary it can be used as a handy top, providing ample space for resting pots and pans.
CL EANING THE COUP FE U PL AT E
The hotplate should be cleaned while still warm using the products normally used in the kitchen for metal surfaces.
Rub with a wire pad, following the direction of the satin finish. Dry well immediately. If you want to give the plate a
better appearance, after cleaning, apply a coat of Supercromo paste. If you do not intend to use the hotplate for
long periods, after normal cleaning apply a thin film of liquid paraffin (Vaseline oil) with a wad of cotton wool This
treatment is necessary to prevent any formation of surface oxides. When next turning on the plate you will notice the
evaporation of the paraffin oil used. This phenomenon will disappear in a few seconds. The hotplate may sometimes
present phenomena of surface oxidation due to the presence of humidity, but above all due to lack of use. You
are therefore advised to use it frequently to prevent any oxidation. Never leave the hotplate damp. If the oxidation
phenomenon still appears, use lightly abrasive paper to remove the oxidation, taking care to rub gently, always in
the direction of the plate satin finish. Do not cook food directly on the plate surface. Always use suitable containers.
Figure 31 - 32 - 33
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I NST RUCTI ONS FOR U S E O F T H E G AS F RY- T O P
The Fry-Top is composed of a special stainless steel plate (20/64” thick), specially designed to have temperatures
evenly distributed over the whole surface so that it may be exploited to the full. The plate also has hygienic advantages.
Another merit is the high heat accumulation of the plate, with very low heat loss.
To use the appliance, light the flame below the plate by means of the corresponding knob (see “Lighting the burners”)
and ensure that the flame is burning. Leave the knob in this position for about 10 minutes at the most and wait for the
plate to heat up. Once this period has elapsed, the plate is ready to start cooking.
By adjusting the flame, there is no limit to your culinary imagination. If you turn the knob to minimum, you can do
slow cooking or types of cooking in which you want to maintain the organoleptic properties of the foods unchanged.
Higher temperatures are suitable for cooking meat, fish and vegetables.
The Fry-Top plate is ideal for Japanese Tepanyaki cooking: the special lid needed for this type of Oriental cooking is
available as an optional accessory. Some models are supplied with the spatula shown in Figure 35, which is useful
both for cooking and for cleaning the plate.
B
A
C
A
B
C
A=MAX - B=MED C=MIN
A = cooking area
B = drip tray
C = exhaust flue for combustion fumes
Figure 34 - 35 - 36
C OO KING TA B L E
(purely indicative values after 10’ preheating with the burner at maximum power)
Knob position (fig. 36)
Type of cooking
B
egg in 2 minutes
B
sliced aubergines (3/16” thick) from 9 to 13 minutes
B
sliced potatoes from 5 to 7 minutes
B
sliced courgettes from 3 to 5 minutes
B
fish (gilthead of about 0.4 lb) in 15 minutes
B
hamburger in 10 minutes
B
steak in 3 minutes
CLEANING AND CARING FOR THE FRY-TOP
It is recommended to clean the plate accurately at the end of each cooking session. With the plate hot and the flame
at minimum, remove the cooking residue using the scraper provided. Pour a little water onto the plate and, still using
the scraper, continue cleaning the plate. Once the water has completely evaporated, repeat the same operation even
several times until the desired result is obtained. It is extremely important to clean the plate when it is quite hot.
The black enamel flue may be cleaned with a soft cloth soaked with a solution of lukewarm water and ammonia.
Rinse and dry after cleaning.
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G A S BARBE CUE
Replace the burner cap A with the protected barbecue burner cap B. Before positioning the barbecue plate, ensure
that the burner cap has been fitted correctly and test lighting of the burner. To use the appliance, light the flame below
the plate by means of the corresponding knob (see “Lighting the burners”) and ensure that the flame is burning.
Leave the knob in this position for about 10 minutes at the most and wait for the plate to heat up. Once this period
has elapsed, the plate is ready to start cooking. Turn the burner to minimum and lay the food on the plate. Consult
the cooing chart to find general indications concerning times. You may find that the cooking times are different from
those in the chart. This is quite normal, since times change depending on the quantity and temperature of the food,
the type of gas and, of course, your own personal taste
A
B
B
A
C
A=MAX - B=MED C=MIN
Figure 39 - 40 - 41
CO O KING TA B L E
(purely indicative values after 10’ preheating with the burner at maximum power)
Knob pos ition (fig. 41)
Type of cooking
B
sliced aubergines (3/16” thick) from 3 to 5 min.
B
sliced potatoes from 5 to 7 minutes
B
sliced courgettes from 4 to 6 minutes
A
fish (gilthead of about 0.44 lb) in 10 minutes
A
hamburger in 10 minutes
A
T-bone steak (4/5” thick) in 6 minutes
B
steak in 3 minutes
CL EANING THE B A R B E C U E
Let the barbecue cool before cleaning it. Use a lightly abrasive sponge or a brush with brass bristles, following the
direction of the satin finish of the plate. It is important to remove all encrustations formed between one strip and
another. It is recommended to clean the barbecue after each cooking session. As in all barbecues, the plate loses its
shine with constant use and dark rings may form. Once it has cooled, the flue can be cleaned with a soft cloth soaked
in a solution of lukewarm water and ammonia.
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FAN OVE N COOKI NG C H A RT
MEATS
TEMPERATURE [°F ]
POSITION
Roast beef
340 - 360
2–3
40 - 50
Roast ox
340 – 370
2–3
40 – 60
Roast veal
320 – 360
2–3
65 - 90
Roast lamb
285 – 320
2
100 – 130
Rare roast beef
360 -370
2–3
40 - 45
Roast hare
340 - 360
2–3
30 - 50
Roast rabbit
320 - 360
2
80 - 100
Roast turkey
320 – 360
2
160 – 240
Roast goose
320 – 370
2–3
120 - 160
Roast duck
340 – 360
2-3
100 – 160
Rare roast beef
360
2–3
70 - 90
FISH
320 - 360
2–3
15 – 25
Fruit cake
360 - 390
2
40 – 50
Plain square cake
360 – 375
2
40 – 45
Brioches
340 – 360
2
40 – 60
Sponge cake
375 – 390
2
25 - 35
Plain ring cake
320 -360
2
35 – 45
Sweet biscuits
360 - 390
2
20 - 30
Yeast cake
375 - 390
2
30 – 40
Strudel
320
2
25 – 35
Savoy biscuits
300 – 360
2
50 – 60
Apple fritters
360 – 390
2
18 - 25
Biscuits pudding
340 - 360
2
30 – 40
Toast
370 - 385
2
7
Bread
390 – 360
3
40
Pizza
430 - 465
2-3
15/20
5
4
3
2
1
TIME [min]
CAKES
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NATURAL CONV E CTI ON O V E N C O O K IN G C H ART
MEATS
TEMPERATURE [°F]
POSITION
Roast beef
440
2–3
60 - 80
Roast ox
450-500
2–3
50 – 60
Roast veal
440
2–3
60 - 80
Roast lamb
440
2
40 – 50
Rare roast beef
450
2–3
50 – 60
Roast hare
450-500
2–3
40 - 50
Roast rabbit
450-500
2
40 - 50
Roast turkey
450-500
2
50 – 60
Roast goose
440
2–3
60 - 70
Roast duck
450-500
2-3
45 – 60
Rare roast beef
450-500
2–3
40 – 45
FISH
390 - 440
1–2
15 – 25
Fruit cake
440
2
35 – 40
Plain square cake
350 – 390
2
50 – 60
Brioches
350 – 390
2
25 – 30
Sponge cake
430 – 500
2
20 - 30
Plain ring cake
360 -390
2
30 – 40
Sweet biscuits
390 - 430
2
15 - 20
Yeast cake
450-500
2
25 – 35
Strudel
360
2
20 – 30
Savoy biscuits
360 – 390
2
40 – 50
Apple fritters
390 – 430
2
15 – 20
Biscuits pudding
390 - 430
2
20 – 30
Toast
450-500
3
5
Bread
430
3
30
Pizza
450-500
2
15/20
5
4
3
2
1
TIME [min]
CAKES
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ELECT RICA L S KE TCH E S
KEYS
KEYS
KEYS
00
BLACK
K8
EARTH WIRE ROTISSERIE
R1
UPPER HEATING ELEMENT
11
BROWN
K9
EARTH WIRE COOLING FAN
R2
LOWER HEATING ELEMENT
22
RED
K10
EARTH WIRE SELECTOR
R3
GRILL HEATING ELEMENT
33
WHITE
K11
EARTH WIRE OVEN THERMOSTAT
R4
CIRCULAR HEATING ELEMENT
44
YELLOW
K12
EARTH WIRE PROGRAMMER
R5
BARBECUE HEATING ELEMENT
55
YELLOW-GREEN
K13
EARTH WIRE GRILL
RE
ENERGY REGULATOR
66
GREY
K14
EARTH WIRE EL. HOTPLATE
S1
OVEN WARNING LIGHT
AA
BLUE
K15
EARTH WIRE APPLIANCE CHASSIS
S2
MAINS POWER WARNING LIGHT
C
ELECTRICAL IGNITION TRASFORMER
K16
EARTH WIRE BARBECUE
S3
GRILL WARNING LIGHT
DS1
ELECTRONIC CONTROLLER
K17
EARTH WIRE FRYER
SP
SPARKING PLUG
EL
OVEN VALVE
OL1
OVEN LAMP
T
GRILL THERMOSTAT
EL1
GRILL VALVE
OL2
OVEN LAMP
TF
OVEN THERMOSTAT
L1
PHASE 1
M
TERMINAL BOARD
TR
FRYER THERMOSTAT
K1
EARTH WIRE FOR TERMINAL BOARD
MA
ELECTRICAL IGNITION MICROSWITCH
TS
SAFETY THERMOSTAT
K2
EARTH WIRE LOWER RESISTANCE
MD
GRILL MICROSWITCH
TT
COOLING FAN THERMOSTAT
K3
EARTH WIRE FOR OVEN FAN
MG
ROTISSERIE
V
OVEN FAN
K4
EARTH WIRE CIRCULAR RESISTANCE
MP
DOOR MICROSWITCH
VT
COOLING FAN
K5
EARTH WIRE UPPER RESISTANCE
N
NEUTRAL
L2
PHASE 2
K6
EARTH WIRE OVEN LAMP 1
P
MINUTE COUNTER/PROGRAMMER
K7
EARTH WIRE OVEN LAMP 2
P
MINUTRE COUNTER/CLOCK
GROUND
Electrical
sketches
Models
UP90MP
UP60MP, UP70MP, UM70MP, UP76MP, UM76MP, UP90MP, UP906MP,UP90FMP,UM90MP, UM906MP, UM90FMP
UP90VG
UP60VG, UP76VG, UM76VG, UP70VG, UM70VG, UP90VG, UP906VG, UP90FVG, UM90VG, UM906VG, UM90FVG
UP90VGG
UP60VGG, UP90VGG, UP906VGG, UP90FVGG, UM90VGG, UM906VGG, UM90FVGG, UP70VGG, UM70VGG
UPD100FMP
UPD90MP, UPD90FMP, UPD906MP, UPD106MP, UPD100FMP, UPD100SMP, UQDC90MP, UQDC90FMP, UQDC1006MP,
UQDC100FMP, UQDC100SMP, UMD1006MP, UMD100FMP, UMD100SMP
UPD90VG
UPD90VG, UPD90FVG, UPD906VG, UPD106VG, UPD100FVG, UPD100SVG, UQDC90VG, UQDC90FVG, UQDC1006VG,
UQDC100FVG, UQDC100SVG, UMD1006VG, UMD100FVG, UMD100SVG
UPD90VGG
UPD90VGG, UPD90FVGG, UPD906VGG, UPD1006VGG, UPD100FVGG, UPD100SVGG, UQDC90VGG, UQDC90FVGG,
UQDC1006VGG, UQDC100FVGG, UQDC100SVGG, UMD1006VGG, UMD100FVGG, UMD100SVGG
UP120SMP
UP1207MP, UP120FMP, UP120SMP, UM1207MP, UM120FMP, UM120SMP, UPS1207MP, UPS120FMP, UPS120SMP,
UMS1207MP, UMS120FMP, UMS120SMP
UP120VG
UP1207VG, UP120FVG, UP120SVG, UM1207VG, UM120FVG, UM120SVG, UPS1207VG, UPS120FVG, UPS120SVG,
UMS1207VG, UMS120FVG, UMS120SVG
UP120VGG
UP1207VGG, UP120FVGG, UP120SVGG, UM1207VGG, UM120FVGG, UM120SVGG, UPS1207VGG, UPS120FVGG,
UPS120SVGG, UMS1207VGG, UMS120FVGG, UMS120SVGG
UP150MP
UPD1207MP, UPD120FMP,UPD120SMP, UP150SMP, UP150FMP, UP150FSMP, UM150SMP,UM150FMP, UM150FSMP,
UQDC1207MP, UQDC120FMP, UQDC120SMP
UM150SVG
UPD1207VG, UPD120FVG,UPD120SVG, UQDC1207MP, UQDC120FMP, UQDC120SMP, UP150SVG, UP150FVG,
UP150FSVG, UM150SVG, UM150FVG, UM150FSVG
UP150SVGG
UPD1207VGG, UPD120FVGG, UPD120SVGG, UP150SVGG, UP150FVGG, UP150FSVGG, UM150SVGG, UM150FVGG,
UM150FSVGG, UQDC1207VGG, UQDC120FVGG, UQDC120SVGG
28
MULTIFUNCTION MODELS ONLY
Big Solid Top Burner
29
U P 90MP
30
UP9 0VG
31
U P D100FMP
32
UPD 90VG
33
U P 120SMP
34
UP1 20VG
35
U P 150MP
36
UM 15 0SVG
37
U P 90VGG
38
UPD 90VGG
39
U P 120VGG
40
UP1 50SVGG
41
ELECTR I CA L A ND G AS PO W E R TA BL E
70 VGG
90 VGG
0,1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
42
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TOTAL ELECTRICAL
POWER [Kw]
60 VGG
70 MULTIF
3,7
0,1
60 MULTIF
3,7
0,1
90 MULTIF
3,7
70 VENT
70-90 GG
13500
60 VENT
70 VG
15000
2,5
60 VGG
9000
1,8
60 VG
11500
90 VENT
90 VG
15000
2,5
TP2
8500
30 STATICO
TP1
8500
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
40 STATICO
FK
10500
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
TC
15500
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
GAS
1,8
R
10500
ELECTRICAL
SR
UP(F/L/W/N/S)60MP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)60VG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)60VGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)70MP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)70VG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)70VGG
UM70MP_UM(T/CA)70MP
UM70VG_UM(T/CA)70VG
UM70VGG_UM(T/CA)70VGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)76MP
UM76MP_UM(T/CA)76MP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)76VG
UM76VG_UM(T/CA)76VG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)76VGG
UM76VGG_UM(T/CA)76VGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90VG
UM90VG_UM(T/CA)90VG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90VGG
UM90VGG_UM(T/CA)90VGG
UP(/L/W/N/S)F90MP
UM90MP_UM(T/CA)90MP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90FVG
UM90FVG_UM(T/CA)90FVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90FVGG
UM90FVGG_UM(T/CA)90FVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90FMP
M90FMP_M(T/CA)90FMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)906VG
UM906VG_UM(T/CA)906VG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)906VGG
UM906VGG_UM(T/CA)906VGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)906MP
UM906MP_UM(T/CA)906MP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90VG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90VGG
UPD(F/L/W/N)90MP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90FVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90FVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90FMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)906VG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)906VGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)906MP
UQDC90WVG
UQDC90WVGG
UQDC90WMP
UQDC90FWVG
UQDC90FWVGG
UQDC90FWMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1006VG
UMD1006VG_UMTD1006VG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1006VGG
UMD1006VGG_UMTD1006VGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1006MP
UMD1006MP_UMTD1006MP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100FVG
UMD100FVG_UMTD100FVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100FVGG
UMD100FVGG_UMTD100FVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100FMP
UMD100FMP_UMTD100FMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100SVG
UMD100SVG_UMTD100SVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100SVGG
UMD100SVGG_UMTD100SVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100SMP
UMD100SMP_UMTD100SMP
UQDC1006WVG
UQDC1006WVGG
UQDC1006WMP
UQDC100FWVG
UQDC100FWVGG
UQDC100FWMP
UQDC100SWVG
UQDC100SWVGG
GAS OVEN
7000
COOK TOP
ELECTRICAL POWER (kW/240V)
TOTAL GAS POWER
[Btu]
GAS POWER (Btu/h)
43500
55000
64000
43500
55000
64000
43500
55000
64000
50500
50500
65500
65500
79000
79000
69000
69000
82500
82500
54000
54000
69000
69000
82500
82500
54000
54000
76000
84500
89500
98000
61000
69500
65500
74500
54000
65500
74500
54000
72500
81500
61000
65500
74500
54000
65500
74500
54000
81000
81000
90000
90000
69500
69500
65500
65500
74500
74500
54000
54000
63500
63500
72500
72500
52000
52000
81000
90000
69500
65500
74500
54000
63500
72500
3,7
1,8
0,1
3,7
1,8
0,1
3,7
1,8
0,1
3,7
3,7
2,5
2,5
0,1
0,1
2,5
2,5
0,1
0,1
3,7
3,7
2,5
2,5
0,1
0,1
3,7
3,7
2,5
2,5
0,1
0,1
3,7
3,7
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,8
3,6
2,1
1,9
5,7
5,5
3,8
3,6
2,1
1,9
5,7
5,5
3,8
3,6
2,1
1,9
5,7
5,5
3,8
2,1
5,7
3,8
2,1
5,7
3,8
2,1
TC
FK
TP1
TP2
90 VG
60 VG
60 VGG
70 VG
70-90 GG
90 MULTIF
60 MULTIF
70 MULTIF
40 STATICO
30 STATICO
90 VENT
60 VENT
70 VENT
60 VGG
70 VGG
90 VGG
15500
10500
8500
8500
15000
11500
9000
15000
13500
3,7
3,7
3,7
2
1,8
2,5
1,8
2,5
0,1
0,1
0,1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
43
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TOTAL ELECTRICAL
POWER [Kw]
R
GAS
SR
ELECTRICAL
10500
UQDC100SWMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)1207VG
UM1207VG_UMT1207VG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)1207VGG
UM1207VGG_UMT1207VGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)1207MP
UM1207MP_UMT1207MP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120FVG
UM120FVG_UMT120FVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120FVGG
UM120FVGG_UMT120FVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120FMP
UM120FMP_UMT120FMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120SVG
UM120S5VG_UMT120S5VG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120SVGG
UM120S5VGG_UMT120S5VGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120SMP
UM120S5MP_UMT120S5MP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1207VG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1207VGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1207MP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120FVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120FVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120FMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120SVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120SVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120SMP
UQDC1207WVG
UQDC1207WVGG
UQDC1207WMP
UQDC120FWVG
UQDC120FWVGG
UQDC120FWMP
UQDC120SWVG
UQDC120SWVGG
UQDC120SWMP
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)1207VG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)1207VGG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)1207MP
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120FVG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120FVGG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120FMP
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120SVG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120SVGG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120SMP
UMS1207VG_UMTS1207VG_UMCSA1207VG
UMS1207VGG_UMTS1207VGG_UMCSA1207VGG
UMS1207MP_UMTS1207MP_UMCSA1207MP
UMS120FVG_UMTS120FVG_UMCSA120FVG
UMS120FVGG_UMTS120FVGG_UMCSA120FVGG
UMS120FMP_UMTS120FMP_UMCSA120FMP
UMS120S5VG_UMTS120S5VG_UMCSA120S5VG
UMS120S5VGG_UMTS120S5VGG_UMCSA120S5VGG
UMS120S5MP_UMTS120S5MP_UMCSA120S5MP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150SVG
UM150SVG_UM(T/CA)150SVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150SVGG
UM150SVGG_UM(T/CA)150SVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150SMP
UM150SMP_UM(T/CA)150SMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FVG
UM150FVG_UM(T/CA)150FVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FVGG
UM150FVGG_UM(T/CA)150FVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FMP
UM150FMP_UM(T/CA)150FMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FSVG
UM150FSVG_UM(T/CA)150FSVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FSVGG
UM150FSVGG_UM(T/CA)150FSVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FSMP
UM150FSMP_UM(T/CA)150FSMP
GAS OVEN
7000
COOK TOP
ELECTRICAL POWER (kW/240V)
TOTAL GAS POWER
[Btu]
GAS POWER (Btu/h)
52000
95000
95000
108500
108500
80000
80000
95000
95000
108500
108500
80000
80000
77500
77500
91000
91000
62500
62500
91500
100500
80000
91500
100500
80000
74000
83000
62500
91500
100500
80000
91500
100500
80000
74000
83000
62500
95000
108500
80000
95000
108500
80000
77500
91000
62500
95000
108500
80000
95000
108500
80000
77500
91000
62500
93000
93000
106500
106500
78000
78000
105500
105500
119000
119000
90500
90500
88000
88000
101500
101500
73000
73000
5,7
4,3
4,3
1,9
1,9
5,5
5,5
4,3
4,3
1,9
1,9
5,5
5,5
4,3
4,3
1,9
1,9
5,5
5,5
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
4,5
2,1
5,7
4,5
2,1
5,7
4,5
2,1
5,7
4,5
2,1
5,7
4,5
2,1
5,7
4,5
2,1
5,7
6,2
6,2
3,8
3,8
7,4
7,4
6,2
6,2
3,8
3,8
7,4
7,4
6,2
6,2
3,8
3,8
7,4
7,4
90 VGG
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
44
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TOTAL ELECTRICAL
POWER [Kw]
70 VGG
0,1
70 MULTIF
3,7
0,1
60 MULTIF
3,7
60 VGG
90 MULTIF
3,7
70 VENT
70-90 GG
13500
0,1
70 VG
15000
2,5
60 VGG
9000
60 VENT
60 VG
11500
90 VENT
90 VG
15000
1,8
TC
8500
2,5
TP2
8500
30 STATICO
TP1
8500
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
40 STATICO
FK
10500
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
DUAL
15500
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
GAS
1,8
R
10500
ELECTRICAL
SR
UP(F/L/W/N/S)76DMP
UM76DMP_UM(T/CA)76DMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)76DVG
UM76DVG_UM(T/CA)76DVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)76DVGG
UM76DVGG_UM(T/CA)76DVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)60DMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)60DVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)60DVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)70DMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)70DVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)70DVGG
UM70DMP_UM(T/CA)70DMP
UM70DVG_UM(T/CA)70DVG
UM70DVGG_UM(T/CA)70DVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90PDVG
UM90PDVG_UM(T/CA)90PDVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90PDVGG
UM90PDVG_UM(T/CA)90PDVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90PDMP
UM90PDMP_UM(T/CA)90PDMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)906DVG
UM906DVG_UM(T/CA)906DVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)906DVGG
UM906DVG_UM(T/CA)906DVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)906DMP
UM906DMP_UM(T/CA)906DMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90FDVG
UM90FDVG_UM(T/CA)90FDVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90FDVGG
UM90FDVG_UM(T/CA)90FDVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)90FDMP
M90FDMP_M(T/CA)90FDMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90PDVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90PDVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90PDMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90FDVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90FDVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)90FDMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)906DVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)906DVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)906DMP
UQDC90PDWVG
UQDC90PDWVGG
UQDC90PDWMP
UQDC90FDWVG
UQDC90FDWVGG
UQDC90FDWMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1006DVG
UMD1006DVG_UMTD1006DVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1006DVGG
UMD1006DVG_UMTD1006DVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1006DMP
UMD1006DMP_UMTD1006DMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100FDVG
UMD100FDVG_UMTD100FDVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100FDVGG
UMD100FDVG_UMTD100FDVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100FDMP
UMD100FDMP_UMTD100FDMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100SDVG
UMD100SDVG_UMTD100SDVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100SDVGG
UMD100SDVG_UMTD100SDVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)100SDMP
UMD100SDMP_UMTD100SDMP
UQDC1006DWVG
UQDC1006DWVGG
UQDC1006DWMP
UQDC100FDWVG
UQDC100FDWVGG
UQDC100FDWMP
UQDC100SDWVG
UQDC100SDWVGG
GAS OVEN
7000
COOK TOP WITH DUAL
ELECTRICAL POWER
TOTAL GAS POWER
[Btu]
GAS POWER
50500
50500
65500
65500
79000
79000
43500
55000
64000
43500
55000
64000
43500
55000
64000
69000
69000
82500
82500
54000
54000
76000
84500
89500
98000
61000
69500
69000
69000
82500
82500
54000
54000
65500
74500
54000
65500
74500
54000
72500
81500
61000
65500
74500
54000
65500
74500
54000
81000
81000
90000
90000
69500
69500
65500
65500
74500
74500
54000
54000
63500
63500
72500
72500
52000
52000
81000
90000
69500
65500
74500
54000
63500
72500
3,7
3,7
2,5
2,5
0,1
0,1
3,7
1,8
0,1
3,7
1,8
0,1
3,7
1,8
0,1
2,5
2,5
0,1
0,1
3,7
3,7
2,5
2,5
0,1
0,1
3,7
3,7
2,5
2,5
0,1
0,1
3,7
3,7
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,6
1,9
5,5
3,8
3,6
2,1
1,9
5,7
5,5
3,8
3,6
2,1
1,9
5,7
5,5
3,8
3,6
2,1
1,9
5,7
5,5
3,8
2,1
5,7
3,8
2,1
5,7
3,8
2,1
DUAL
Fk
TP1
TP2
TC
90 VG
60 VG
60 VGG
70 VG
70-90 GG
90 MULTIF
60 MULTIF
70 MULTIF
40 STATICO
30 STATICO
90 VENT
60 VENT
70 VENT
60 VGG
70 VGG
90 VGG
15500
10500
8500
8500
8500
15000
11500
9000
15000
13500
3,7
3,7
3,7
2
1,8
2,5
1,8
2,5
0,1
0,1
0,1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
45
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TOTAL ELECTRICAL
POWER [Kw]
R
GAS
SR
ELECTRICAL
10500
UQDC100SDWMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)1207DVG
UM1207DVG_UMT1207DVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)1207DVGG
UM1207DVG_UMT1207DVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)1207DMP
UM1207DMP_UMT1207DMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120FDVG
UM120FDVG_UMT120FDVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120FDVGG
UM120FDVG_UMT120FDVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120FDMP
UM120FDMP_UMT120FDMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120SDVG
UM120S5DVG_UMT120S5DVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120SDVGG
UM120S5DVG_UMT120S5DVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120SDMP
UM120S5DMP_UMT120S5DMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1207DVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1207DVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1207DMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120FDVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120FDVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120FDMP
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120SDVG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120SDVGG
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120SDMP
UQDC1207DWVG
UQDC1207DWVGG
UQDC1207DWMP
UQDC120FDWVG
UQDC120FDWVGG
UQDC120FDWMP
UQDC120SDWVG
UQDC120SDWVGG
UQDC120SDWMP
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)1207DVG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)1207DVGG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)1207DMP
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120FDVG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120FDVGG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120FDMP
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120SDVG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120SDVGG
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120SDMP
UM1S207DVG_UMTS1207DVG_UMCSS1207DVG
UMS1207DVG_UMTS1207DVGG_UMCSA1207DVGG
UMS1207DMP_UMTS1207DMP_UMCSA1207DMP
UMS120FDVG_UMTS120FDVG_UMCSA120FDVG
UMS120FDVG_UMTS120FDVGG_UMCSA120FDVGG
UMS120FDMP_UMTS120FDMP_UMCSA120FDMP
UMS120S5DVG_UMTS120S5DVG_UMCSA120S5DVG
UMS120S5DVG_UMTS120S5DVGG_UMCSA120S5DVGG
UMS120S5DMP_UMTS120S5DMP_UMCSA120S5DMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150SDVG
UM150SDVG_UM(T/CA)150SDVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150SDVGG
UM150SDVG_UM(T/CA)150SDVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150SDMP
UM150SDMP_UM(T/CA)150SDMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FDVG
UM150FDVG_UM(T/CA)150FDVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FDVGG
UM150FDVG_UM(T/CA)150FDVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FDMP
UM150FDMP_UM(T/CA)150FDMP
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FSDVG
UM150FSDVG_UM(T/CA)150FSDVG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FSDVGG
UM150FSDVG_UM(T/CA)150FSDVGG
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FSDMP
UM150FSDMP_UM(T/CA)150FSDMP
GAS OVEN
7000
COOK TOP WITH DUAL
ELECTRICAL POWER
TOTAL GAS POWER
[Btu]
GAS POWER
52000
95000
95000
108500
108500
80000
80000
95000
95000
108500
108500
80000
80000
77500
77500
91000
91000
62500
62500
91500
100500
80000
91500
100500
80000
74000
83000
62500
91500
100500
80000
91500
100500
80000
74000
83000
62500
95000
108500
80000
95000
108500
80000
77500
91000
62500
95000
108500
80000
95000
108500
80000
77500
91000
62500
93000
93000
106500
106500
78000
78000
105500
105500
119000
119000
90500
90500
88000
88000
101500
101500
73000
73000
5,7
4,3
4,3
1,9
1,9
5,5
5,5
4,3
4,3
1,9
1,9
5,5
5,5
4,3
4,3
1,9
1,9
5,5
5,5
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
5,5
3,8
7,4
4,5
2,1
5,7
4,5
2,1
5,7
4,5
2
5,7
4,5
2,1
5,7
4,5
2,1
5,7
4,5
2,1
5,7
6,2
6,2
3,8
3,8
7,4
7,4
6,2
6,2
3,8
3,8
7,4
7,4
6,2
6,2
3,8
3,8
7,4
7,4
GAS POWER
TOTAL GAS POWER
[Btu]
TOTAL ELECTRICAL
POWER [Kw]
81000
3,8
1
81000
3,6
1
90000
2,1
1
90000
1,9
90 VGG
70 MULTIF
3,7
1
70 VGG
60 MULTIF
3,7
3,7
0,1
90 MULTIF
3,7
0,1
69500
0,1
70-90 GG
13500
98000
60 VGG
70 VG
15000
1
2
70 VENT
60 VGG
9000
2
3
0,1
60 VG
11500
3
1
2,5
90 VG
15000
1
UM906DDMP_UM(T/CA)906DDMP
2,5
60 VENT
TC
8500
UM906DDVGG_UM(T/CA)906DDVGG
84500
90 VENT
TP2
8500
1
1,8
TP1
8500
2
2,5
FK
10500
3
30 STATICO
DUAL
15500
1
40 STATICO
R
10500
UM906DDVG_UM(T/CA)906DDVG
GAS
2
SR
ELECTRICAL
7000
GAS OVEN
1,8
COOK TOP WITH DOUBLE
DUAL BURNER
ELECTRICAL POWER
1
1
1
1
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1006DDVG
1
3
2
1
UMD1006DDVG_UMTD1006DDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1006DDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
UMD1006DDVGG_UMTD1006DDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1006DDMP
1
3
2
1
UMD1006DDMP_UMTD1006DDMP
1
3
2
1
UQDC1006DDWVG
1
3
2
1
UQDC1006DDWVGG
1
3
2
1
UQDC1006DDWMP
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
69500
5,7
69500
5,5
81000
3,8
90000
2,1
69500
5,7
UP(F/L/W/N/S)1207DDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
95000
4,3
UM1207DDVG_UMT1207DDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
95000
4,3
UP(F/L/W/NS)1207DDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
108500
1,9
UM1207DDVGG_UMT1207DDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
108500
1,9
UP(F/L/W/N/S)1207DDMP
1
3
2
1
1
1
80000
5,5
UM1207DDMP_UMT1207DDMP
1
3
2
1
1
1
80000
5,5
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120FDDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
95000
4,3
UM120FDDVG_UMT120FDDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
95000
4,3
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120FDDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
1
UM120FDDVGG_UMT120FDDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
1
UP(F/L/W/N/S)120FDDMP
1
3
2
1
UM120FDDMP_UMT120FDDMP
1
3
2
1
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1207DDVG
1
3
2
1
1
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1207DDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)1207DDMP
1
3
2
1
1
1
108500
1,9
1
1
108500
1,9
80000
5,5
80000
5,5
91500
5,5
100500
3,8
80000
7,4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120FDDVG
1
3
2
1
1
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120FDDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
UPD(F/L/W/N/S)120FDDMP
1
3
2
1
UQDC1207DDWVG
1
3
2
1
1
UQDC1207DDWVGG
1
3
2
1
1
UQDC1207DDWMP
1
3
2
1
UQDC120FDDWVG
1
3
2
1
1
UQDC120FDDWVGG
1
3
2
1
1
UQDC120FDDWMP
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)1207DDVG
1
3
2
1
1
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)1207DDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)1207DDMP
1
3
2
1
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120FDDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
46
1
1
1
1
1
1
91500
5,5
100500
3,8
80000
7,4
91500
5,5
100500
3,8
80000
7,4
91500
5,5
100500
3,8
80000
7,4
95000
4,5
108500
2,1
80000
5,7
95000
4,5
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120FDDMP
1
3
2
1
UMS1207DDVG_UMTS1207DDVG_UMCSA1207DDVG
1
3
2
1
1
UMS1207DDVGG_UMTS1207DDVGG_UMCSA1207DDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
UMS1207DDMP_UMTS1207DDMP_UMCSA1207DDMP
1
3
2
1
60 VENT
70 VENT
60 VGG
70 VGG
90 VGG
1,8
2,5
0,1
0,1
0,1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
108500
2,1
80000
5,7
95000
4,5
108500
2,1
80000
5,7
UMS120FDDVG_UMTS120FDDVG_UMCSA120FDDVG
1
3
2
1
1
UMS120FDDVGG_UMTS120FDDVGG_UMCSA120FDDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
UMS120FDDMP_UMTS120FDDMP_UMCSA120FDDMP
1
3
2
1
80000
5,7
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150SDDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
93000
6,2
UM150SDDVG_UM(T/CA)150SDDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
93000
6,2
1
1
TOTAL ELECTRICAL
POWER [Kw]
30 STATICO
40 STATICO
2
1
90 VENT
70 MULTIF
3,7
1
GAS
2,5
60 MULTIF
3,7
60 VG
11500
90 MULTIF
90 VG
15000
70-90 GG
TC
8500
3,7
TP2
8500
13500
TP1
8500
1
70 VG
FK
10500
2
60 VGG
DUAL
15500
3
15000
R
10500
1
ELECTRICAL
9000
SR
7000
UPS(F/L/W/N/S)120FDDVGG
GAS OVEN
1,8
COOK TOP WITH DOUBLE
DUAL BURNER
ELECTRICAL POWER
TOTAL GAS POWER
[Btu]
GAS POWER
1
1
1
1
95000
4,5
108500
2,1
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150SDDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
106500
3,8
UM150SDDVGG_UM(T/CA)150SDDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
106500
3,8
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150SDDMP
1
3
2
1
1
1
78000
7,4
UM150SDDMP_UM(T/CA)150SDDMP
1
3
2
1
1
1
78000
7,4
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FDDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
105500
6,2
UM150FDDVG_UM(T/CA)150FDDVG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
105500
6,2
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FDDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
119000
3,8
UM150FDDVGG_UM(T/CA)150FDDVGG
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
119000
3,8
UP(F/L/W/N/S)150FDDMP
1
3
2
1
UM150FDDMP_UM(T/CA)150FDDMP
1
3
2
1
1
47
1
1
90500
7,4
1
1
106000
7,4
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