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Heartland 720000PIVY Installations and Operations Manual
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MODEL 9200/7200 GAS RANGE
Installation and Operating Instructions
Model 9200 Model 7200
Note: Please read these instructions thoroughly before attempting to install this unit.
Save these instructions for future use.
ATTENTION INSTALLER: Leave this manual with appliance.
These symbols on the name plate mean the product has been
design certified by American Gas Association Laboratories and
Canadian Gas Association Laboratories.
Manual #7302
REV 100507
© 2007 AGA-HEARTLAND
WARNING
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury or death.
—FOR YOUR SAFETY—
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPOURS OR LIQUIDS IN
THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE.
* Do not use the range as a heater.
* Do not heat unopened glass or metal containers in the oven.
* Grease accumulation is the cause of many cooking fires. Clean the oven and broiler compartment regularly.
* Do not attempt to extinguish a grease fire with water. Cover grease fires with a pot lid or baking soda.
* Avoid the use of aerosol containers near the range.
* Never place pans, cookie sheets or roasters directly on the oven bottom -use the rack in its
lowest position.
* Do not cover the entire bottom of the oven with aluminium foil. Allow at least 1" of space all
around pots, pans or cookie sheets in the oven to permit convection air flow.
WARNING
• ALL RANGES CAN TIP
• INJURY TO PERSONS COULD RESULT
• SEE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
When moving range for service or cleaning.
1 Disconnect electrical power.
2. Place temporary floor protection in front of range.
3. Slide out from wall and place floor protection under front legs and slowly pull out to gain
access to rear.
4. To reinstall, reverse these instructions.
WARNING
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing property damage, personal injury or death.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS!!
• Do not try to light any appliance.
• Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.
• Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbour’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
• If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
WARNING
NEVER use this appliance as a space heater to heat or warm the room. Doing so may
result in carbon monoxide poisoning and overheating the oven.
WARNING
NEVER cover any slots, holes or passages in the oven bottom or cover an entire rack
with materials such as aluminum foil. Doing so blocks airflow through the oven and may
cause carbon monoxide poisoning. Aluminum foil linings may also trap heat , causing a fire
hazard.
The use of a gas cooking appliance results in the production of heat and moisture
in the room in which it is installed. Ensure that the kitchen is well ventilated: keep natural
ventilation holes open or install a mechanical device. (mechanical extractor hood)
Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may call for additional ventilation, for example
opening of a window, or more effective ventilation, for example increasing the level of
mechanical ventilation where present.
Gas Models 9200/7200
CONSUMER WARRANTY
ENTIRE PRODUCT – LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY
AGA-HEARTLAND warrants the replacement or repair of all parts, including gas components of this stove which prove
to be defective in material or workmanship, with the exception of the painted or porcelain enamel finish or plated surfaces, for one year from the date of original purchase. Such parts will be repaired or replaced at the option of AgaHeartland without charge, subject to the terms and conditions set out below.
The warranty period against defects in the painted or porcelain enamel finish, or plated surfaces, is 90 days from date
of original purchase. The warranty does not include replacement of oven lamps or charcoal filters.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. This warranty applies only for single family domestic use when the Cookstove has been properly installed according to the instructions supplied by Aga-Heartland and is connected to an adequate and proper utility service. Damage
due to faulty installation, improper usage and care, abuse, accident, fire, flood, acts of God, commercial, business or
rental use, and alteration, or the removal or defacing of the serial plate, cancels all obligations of this warranty.
Service during this warranty must be performed by a factory Authorized Service Person.
2. Warranty applies to product only in the country in which it was purchased.
3. Aga-Heartland is not liable for any claims or damages resulting from any failure of the Cookstove or from service
delays beyond their reasonable control.
4. To obtain warranty service, the original purchaser must present the original Bill of Sale, Model and Serial number.
Components repaired or replaced are warranted through the remainder of the original warranty period only.
5. The warranty does not cover expense involved in making this appliance readily accessible for servicing.
6. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. Additional warranty rights may be provided by law in some areas.
7. Adjustments such as calibrations, levelling, tightening of fasteners, or utility connections normally associated with
original installation are the responsibility of the dealer or installer and not that of the Company.
TO ENSURE PROMPT WARRANTY SERVICE, SEND IN YOUR WARRANTY CARD WITHIN 10 DAYS OF PURCHASE.
If further help is needed concerning this warranty, contact:
Customer Service
Business: (877) 650-5775
AGA-Heartland
Fax: (519) 650-3773
1050 Fountain St. N.
Cambridge, Ontario,
Canada N3H 4R7
PLACE OF PURCHASE____________________________
DATE OF PURCHASE_____________________________
SERIAL NUMBER_________________________________
MODEL NUMBER_________________________________
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Assembly of Exhaust Hood to Range
2. Positioning the Range
3. Electrical Installation
4. Exhaust Hood
5. Ventless Installation
6. Vented Installation
7. Installation of Ducting
8. Venting Safety Guidelines
9. Gas Line Installation
10. Clearances Diagrams
11. Important Safety Instructions
12. Exhaust Hood Safety
13. Features
14. Cooking Conrtols
15. Sealed Burner Features
16. Oven Features
17. Other Features
18. Control Panel Layout
19. Operation
20. Top Burner Operation
21. Oven Cooking & Lighting
22. Range Thermostat
23. Power Failure Operation
24 Manually Lighting the Top Burners
25. Manually Lighting the Oven Burner
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26. Clock/Timer
27. Cooking Guide
28. Care and Cleaning
29. Porcelain
30. Oven Cleaning
31. Surface Burners
32. Nickel Trim
33. Exhaust Hood
34. Oven and Cabinet Light
35. Interior Oven Rack Removal
36. Rack Supports Removal
37. Removal of Oven Door
38. Broiling
39. Broiling Pan
40. Setup and Trouble Shooting
41. Burner Setup and Adjustment
42. Air Shutter Adjustment
43. Oven Burner Assembly
44. Trouble Shooting Guide
45. Conversion Kits and Information
46. Products
47. Parts Diagram
48. Parts List
49. Rating Plate
50. Wiring Diagrams
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Assembly of Exhaust Hood
to Range
See the manual entitled "Cabinet
Assembly Instructions for Gas,
Electric, Combination and Wood
Stoves" which is included with the
cabinet .
Figure 1
Positioning the Range
1. When the range is fully assembled, recheck all electrical connections especially between the
exhaust hood and the back of the range. As well, check that all nuts and bolts have been tightened.
2. Ensure teflon gliders and flooring are clean.
3. Caution: On flooring with very rough surfaces or deep, large grooves the appliance may have
to be lifted and slowly slid into position.
4. Put both hands on the trim and carefully push the range into place, make sure floor is clear of
all debris. Don't forget to plug in the main power cord and the exhaust hood power cable
before the range is in its final position. See cabinet installation instructions.
5. To level the range, simply adjust the levelling screws with teflon pads located at the bottom of
each leg. Using a 5/16” (8 mm) open-end wrench turn the adjusting screw clockwise to raise up
the corner, and counter-clockwise to lower the corner. (Don't forget the teflon glider should
extend beyond the bottom of the leg by approximately 1/8"-1/4")
6. Note: On soft kitchen flooring, the weight of the stove may cause slight depressions in the
flooring. When the range is in position and levelled, you may want to place coasters under the
teflon gliders of each leg, to protect the floor. Remove the coasters when moving the range for
cleaning or servicing.
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Electrical Installation
THE MODEL 7200/9200 GAS RANGE MUST BE ELECTRICALLY GROUNDED IN COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL
CODES AND IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL CODES, WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE ANSI/NFPA 70 “LATEST EDITION” IN THE U.S. OR THE CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE, PART I, CSA STANDARD C22.1 IN CANADA or
YOUR NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE.
Connect the female end of the power cord to the main power (male) receptacle at the rear of the stove. See page 10 for
receptacle locations and figure 3 for receptacle illustration.
This range must be plugged into a properly grounded/earth receptacle. The grounding/earth prong must not be removed
from the plug. DISCONNECT THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY BEFORE SERVICING THE APPLIANCE.
The receptacle to be used for this appliance must be wired to STANDARD WIRING PRACTICES.
male receptacle
female end of the power cord
Main power hook-up
Figure 3
Exhaust Hood Electrical Connection
After your exhaust hood has been installed the very last thing to do is to connect the special plug to the range. The
female receptacle for the exhaust hood is located at the rear of the stove by the main power (male) receptacle (See page
10 for receptacle locations and figure 4 for receptacle illustration). Simply plug the cabinet power cord into the receptacle,
be sure to test all functions of the cabinet.
male end of the cabinet power cord
female receptacle
Cabinet power hook-up
Figure 4
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Exhaust Hood
Your range is equipped with a two speed range hood that may be either vented directly to the outside, or may be
installed ventless. A set of exhaust filters are included with your hood. The filters should be cleaned periodically in soapy
water. Extras are available from your dealer or directly from Heartland Appliances Inc. Please order 4 or more filters at
one time to save freight and handling charges. Phone your dealer for pricing and ordering instructions.
Ventless Installation
Your unit is already set up for ventless operation. Cooking fumes are drawn through the filters and exhausted through the
rear of the hood, back into the room. Install the exhaust filters in their location under the cabinet by first removing the
light lens. Then on one side, insert one of the filters into the grooves (front and rear of the cabinet) and slide into place.
Repeat these steps for the second filter.
Figure 5
Exhaust venting
options
Vented Installation, Tools, Material, and Dimensions
Tools required to install vented hood:
Hammer
Slot screwdriver
Pliers
Electric drill
Measuring tape
Drill bits
Sabre saw OR Keyhole saw
Materials Required:
Duct—enough to go through wall or attic to outside. Elbows as required.
Roof cap or wall venthood
Caulking to seal around duct
Sheet metal screws
The above are standard parts and are available at any hardware store or heating contractor.
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Installation of Ducting
Installation through an outside wall
Remove air deflector (used for ventless operation only). Cut appropriate-sized hole through the wall directly behind the
range hood outlet (see Figure 5, page 9), making sure no wall studs are cut. Push range into position. From outside of
the house, measure distance from the siding to the range outlet. Cut duct pipe that length, plus 1" (25mm) for overlap
into outlet. Attach vent hood to pipe. Caulk the back of vent hood and around pipe where it goes through wall and into
range hood outlet so caulking seals against outside siding.
Complete installation by following directions under Ventless Installation.
RangeHoodOutlet
3-1/4” x 10”
8 cm x 25 cm
14”
36 cm
29-1/2”
75 cm
Installation through an
attic to an outside wall
20”
51 cm
4-3/4”
12 cm
56”
142 cm
Gas Inlet-1/2” NPT
66-1/4”
169 cm
Power
Cord
36-1/8”
92 cm
If the vent elbows are embedded in the wall, the range may
be positioned as shown in
Page 9, Figure 5. Continue
the ducting through the ceiling
into the attic. Terminate duct
either on an outside wall just
below the sofit using a vent
hood or through the roof with
a roof cap. Seal with caulking
around and under cap or
hood.
Complete your installation by
following directions under
Ventless Installation.
30”
76 cm
28”
72 cm
Exhaust
Hood
(female)
Receptacle
47-1/2”
122 cm
39-3/4”
101 cm
Figure 6
Model 7200
13-3/4”
35 cm
56”
142 cm
3-3/4”
10 cm
14”
36 cm
29-1/2”
75 cm
Gas Inlet-1/2” NPT
Power
Cord
36-1/8”
92 cm
34”
86 cm
RangeHoodOutlet
3-1/4” x 10”
8 cm x 25 cm
66-1/4”
168 cm
Exhaust
Hood
(female)
Receptacle
29-3/4”
76 cm
9
62-3/8”
159 cm
Figure 7
Model 9200
28”
72 cm
Venting Safety Guidelines
Installation must be done in accordance with all local and national codes. Use only materials which conform to local
codes in effect. Be sure power is disconnected before doing any electrical work. All duct work must be metal. Do not use
plastic duct. The range hood should never be exhausted into a wall cavity or an attic where an accumulation of grease
could become a fire hazard.
When the installation is completed, turn on the fan and make sure that there are no obstructions in the line.
Gas Line Installation
The Model 7200 / 9200 are set for natural gas (NG) OR propane (LP) gas at the factory. Be sure your range is correctly installed by a qualified service techician or installer for the type of gas on which it is to be used.
THE RANGE MUST BE INSTALLED IN COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL CODES, AND IN THE ABSENCE OF LOCAL
REQUIREMENTS, THE INSTALLATION MUST COMPLY WITH REQUIREMENTS OF ANSI Z223.1 IN UNITED STATES
AND C.S.A. B149.1 IN CANADA.
Note: Appliances installed in the state of Massachusetts:
- This appliance can only be installed in the state of Massachusetts by a Massachusetts licensed plumber or gasfitter
- This appliance must be installed with a three (3) foot / 36 inch long flexible gas connector
- A “T” handle type manual gas valve must be installed in the gas supply line to this appliance
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
PRESSURES EQUAL TO OF LESS THAN 3.5 KPS (1/2 PSIG).
The maximum propane/natural gas supply inlet must not exceed 14 inches of water column. The minimum gas supply
inlet should be at least 5 inches of water column for natural gas or at least 11 inches of water column for LP gas.
4-3/4”
12 cm
Gas Inlet to Manifold
Gas Inlet to Manifold
30”
76 cm
34”
86 cm
10” 25 cm
3-3/4” 10 cm
9200 Optional Gas Inlet Locations
7200 Optional Gas Inlet Locations
Figure 8
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Model 9200
APPLIANCES
VENTING
How to Steps
Appliance Clearances (see Page 13 for additional details):
• Sides of stove to adjacent surfaces: 1/2” (1.5 cm) min
• Nickel trim to adjacent surfaces: 0” right and left
• Rear clearance: 0”
• Closet right side to cabinetry: 0”
• Top of counter to underside adjacent cabinetry: 18” (46 cm)
• Cooktop to underside overhead cabinets: 30-1/4” (77 cm)
• Edge of range to combustible wall on either side: 6” (15 cm)
• Cut out width for range’s main body: 30” (76 cm)
• Max. countertop depth: 24” (61 cm); height: 36” (91 cm)
• Max. overhead cabinet depth: 13” (33 cm)
Note: If unit is installed beside a refrigerator it is important that
there be at least 5" (13 cm) between the refrigerator and
range for proper air circulation.
Gas
• Gas hook-up must be performed by licensed gas fitter.
• Natural Gas/Propane Conversion kits available from dealer
or factory and must be performed by a licensed gas fitter.
• Pressure requirements: Nat Gas: 5” W.C. (min);
LP gas: 11” W.C. (min)
• 5/8” minimum diameter flex line.
• Connection: 1/2” NPT
• An accessible manual shut off valve must be installed at the
appliance.
Stove must be installed in compliance with local codes. In the
absence of local codes, with the National Electrical code ANSI
Z223.1 in the US or in Canada with the CSA Standard B149.1.
Appliances installed in the state of Massachusetts:
• This appliance can only be installed in the state of
Massachusetts by a Massachusetts licensed plumber or gas
fitter.
• This appliance must be installed with a three (3) foot / 36
inch long flexible gas connector.
• A “T” handle type manual gas valve must be installed in the
gas supply line to this appliance in an accesible location.
Electrical
• Electrical hookup must be performed by a licenced electrician.
• 120 Volts 60Hz .375 Kw.
• 5 ft (1.5 m) power cord included with 3 prong plug.
• Stove must be electrically grounded in compliance with local
codes. In the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical code ANSI/NFPA 70 “Latest Edition” in the US or in
Canada with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, CSA
Standard C22, or the Local National Electrical Code.
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How to Steps
Option 1 - Ventless
installation:
• Requires no further set up (cooking
fumes are drawn
through pre-installed
filters and exhausted through rear of
hood, back into the
room.)
Option 2 - Venting directly outside:
• Method 1 - Installation through outside wall.
• Method 2 - Installation through attic to outside.
Method 1
Method 2
3 1/4" x 10"
Exhaust
adaptor
included
with range
Safety
• Maximum ducting run: 25 linear feet - subtract 5'
per 90 deg elbow and 2.5' per 45 deg elbow. Do
not use more than two elbows. All duct work must
be metal. Do not use plastic duct. The range hood
should never be exhausted into a wall cavity or an
attic where an accumulation of grease could
become a fire hazard.
• Installation must be completed in accordance
with all local & national codes.
• To eliminate risk of burns or fire, installation of
cabinet storage space above range should be
avoided. Existing cabinets min clearance 30-1/4”
(76 cm).
• Use only materials which conform to local codes
in effect.
• Gas cooking appliances produce heat and moisture - ensure kitchen is well ventilated. Prolonged
intensive use may require additional ventilation
(opening windows or addition of supplemetary air
exhaust sources).
Model 9200
Dimensions
3-7/8”
(10 cm)
cresting
panel
27-1/2”
(70 cm)
Range HoodOutlet
3 1/4” x 10”
8 cm x 25 cm
13-3/4”
(35 cm)
11-3/8”
(29 cm)
14”
(36 cm)
56”
(142 cm)
29-1/2”
(75 cm)
Gas Inlet-1/2” NPT
66-1/4”
(168 cm)
62-3/8”
(159 cm)
36-1/8”
(92 cm)
36-1/8”
(92 cm)
Power
Cord
Exhaust
Hood
(female)
Receptacle
43-3/4”
(111 cm)
with oven
door open
62-3/8”
(159 cm)
34”
(86 cm)
28”
(72 cm)
29-3/4”
(76 cm)
3-3/4”
(10 cm)
52”
(133 cm)
with bottom drawer fully open
29-3/4”
(76 cm)
Figure 9
Range Hood Outlet
3-1/2” x 10-1/2”
(8.9 cm x 26.7 cm)
30”
(76 cm)
Rough in
Measurements
0” clearance
to the back
3” (7.6 cm)
(6” clearance to any combustible side wall)
15”
(38 cm)
13” (33 cm)
cabinet
depth
min 18”
(46 cm)
56”
(142 cm)
6” (16 cm)
3-7/8”
(10 cm)
34”
(86 cm)
min 36”
(91 cm)
24”
(61 cm)
Counter
depth
Location
of stove
Gas
Oulet
30”
(76 cm)
Figure 10
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Model 7200
APPLIANCES
VENTING
How to Steps
Appliance Clearances (see Page 15 for additional details):
• Sides of stove to adjacent surfaces: 1/2” (1.5 cm) min
• Nickel trim to adjacent surfaces: 0” right and 1” (2.5 cm)left
• Rear clearance: 0”
• Closet right side to cabinetry: 0”
• Top of counter to underside adjacent cabinetry: 18” (46 cm)
• Cooktop to underside overhead cabinets: 30-1/4” (77 cm)
• Edge of range to combustible wall on either side: 6” (15 cm)
• Cut out width for range’s main body: 48-1/2” (123 cm)
• Max. countertop depth: 24” (61 cm); height: 36” (91 cm)
• Max. overhead cabinet depth: 13” (33 cm)
Note: If unit is installed beside a refrigerator it is important that
there be at least 5" (13 cm) between the refrigerator and
range for proper air circulation.
Gas
• Gas hook-up must be performed by licensed gas fitter.
• Natural Gas/Propane Conversion kits available from dealer
or factory and must be performed by a licensed gas fitter.
• Pressure requirements: Nat Gas: 5” W.C. (min);
LP gas: 11” W.C. (min)
• 5/8” minimum diameter flex line.
• Connection: 1/2” NPT
• An accessible manual shut off valve must be installed at the
appliance.
Stove must be installed in compliance with local codes. In the
absence of local codes, with the National Electrical code ANSI
Z223.1 in the US or in Canada with the CSA Standard B149.1.
Appliances installed in the state of Massachusetts:
• This appliance can only be installed in the state of
Massachusetts by a Massachusetts licensed plumber or gas
fitter.
• This appliance must be installed with a three (3) foot / 36
inch long flexible gas connector.
• A “T” handle type manual gas valve must be installed in the
gas supply line to this appliance in an accesible location.
Electrical
• Electrical hookup must be performed by a licenced electrician
• 120 Volts 60Hz .375 Kw.
• 5 ft (1.5 m) power cord included with 3 prong plug.
• Stove must be electrically grounded in compliance with local
codes. In the absence of local codes, with the National
Electrical code ANSI/NFPA 70 “Latest Edition” in the US or in
Canada with the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, CSA
Standard C22, or the Local National Electrical Code.
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How to Steps
Option 1 - Ventless
installation:
• Requires no further set up (cooking
fumes are drawn
through pre-installed
filters and exhausted through rear of
hood, back into the
room.)
Option 2 - Venting directly outside:
• Method 1 - Installation through outside wall.
• Method 2 - Installation through attic to outside.
Method 1
Method 2
3 1/4" x 10"
Exhaust
adaptor
included
with range
Safety
• Maximum ducting run: 25 linear feet - subtract 5'
per 90 deg elbow and 2.5' per 45 deg elbow. Do
not use more than two elbows. All duct work must
be metal. Do not use plastic duct. The range hood
should never be exhausted into a wall cavity or an
attic where an accumulation of grease could
become a fire hazard.
• Installation must be completed in accordance
with all local & national codes.
• To eliminate risk of burns or fire, installation of
cabinet storage space above range should be
avoided. Existing cabinets min clearance 30-1/4”
(76 cm).
• Use only materials which conform to local codes
in effect.
• Gas cooking appliances produce heat and moisture - ensure kitchen is well ventilated. Prolonged
intensive use may require additional ventilation
(opening windows or addition of supplemetary air
exhaust sources).
Model 7200
Dimensions
3-7/8”
(10 cm)
Cresting
Panel
37-3/4”
(96 cm)
Range Hood
Outlet
3-1/4” x 10”
(8cm x 25cm)
11-3/8”
(29 cm)
56”
(142 cm)
62-3/8”
(159 cm)
36-1/8”
(92 cm)
36-1/8”
(92 cm)
39-3/4”
(101 cm)
14”
(36 cm)
4-3/4”
(12 cm)
30”
(76 cm)
28”
(72 cm)
20”
(51 cm)
29-1/2”
(75 cm)
Gas Inlet 1/2” NPT
66-1/4”
(169 cm)
Power
Cord
43-3/4”
(111 cm)
with oven
door open
Exhaust Hood
(female)
Receptacle
39-3/4”
47-1/2” (101 cm)
(121 cm)
0” clearance
to the back
3” (7.6 cm)
52”
(133 cm)
with bottom drawer fully open
Figure 11
Rough in
Measurements
481/2” (123 cm)
1” stove clearance must be
measured from the left side
Range Hood Outlet
3-1/2” x 10-1/2”
(8.9 cm x 26.7 cm)
(6” clearance to any combustible side wall)
21”
(54cm)
13” (33 cm)
cabinet depth
min 18”
(46 cm)
56”
(142 cm)
6” (16 cm)
5-3/8”
(14 cm)
24” (61 cm)
Counter
Depth
min 36”
(91.4 cm)
30”
(76 cm)
Location
of Stove
Gas
Outlet
481/2” (123 cm)
Figure 12
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Important Safety Instructions
1. PROPER INSTALLATION—BE SURE YOUR APPLIANCE IS PROPERLY INSTALLED AND GROUNDED BY A
QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN.
2. NEVER use this appliance as a space heater to heat or warm the room. Doing so may result in Carbon Monoxide
poisoning and in overheating of the oven.
3. 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.
4. Wear proper apparel—loose-fitting or hanging garments should never be worn while using the appliance.
5. 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.
6. Storage in or on appliance—flammable materials should not be stored in an oven, near surface units or in range
cabinet.
7. Do not use water on grease fires—smother fire or flame or use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
8. Use only dry potholders—moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do not let
potholder touch hot heating elements. Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth.
9. NEVER cover any slots, holes and passages in the oven bottom or cover an entire rack with materials such as
aluminum foil. Doing so blocks air flow through the oven and may cause Carbon Monoxide poisoning. Aluminum foil
linings may also trap heat, causing a fire hazard.
10. It is a good practice to install CO detectors when any gas appliance or furnace is present in the home. Please follow
manufacturer’s recommendations for location and installation of CO detectors.
Exhaust Hood Safety
Caution: Do not store items of interest to children in cabinet above the range or on top of range cabinet.
Children climbing on range to reach items could be seriously injured.
1. Clean exhaust hood frequently—grease should not be allowed to accumulate on hood or filter.
2. When flaming foods under the hood, turn the fan off. The fan if operating may spread the flame.
Oven Safety
Do not touch heating elements or interior surfaces of oven—heating elements may be hot even though they are
dark in colour. Interior surfaces of an oven become hot enough to cause burns. During and after use, do not touch or let
clothing or other flammable materials to contact heating elements or interior surfaces of oven until they have had sufficient time to cool. Other surfaces of the appliance may become hot enough to cause burns—among these surfaces are,
for example, oven vent openings and surfaces near these openings, oven doors.
1. Use care when opening door—let hot air or steam escape before removing or replacing food.
2. Do not heat unopened food containers—buildup of pressure may cause container to burst and result in injury.
3. Keep oven vent ducts unobstructed.
4. Placement of oven racks—always place oven racks in desired location while oven is cool. If rack must be moved
while oven is hot, do not let potholder contact hot heating element in oven.
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Features
I
A
D
B
C
E
F
H
Figure 13
G
Cooking Controls
The cooking controls are located on the right hand side of the cooktop; these controls offer an infinite number of heat
settings for ease and accuracy in cooking and baking.
Sealed Burner Features (see fig. 13)
A) Centre Burners - are two maximum 8,000 BTU (2.34 kW)(L/P 7,000 BTU) with simmer of 600 BTU (.2 kW) sealed
gas burners, easy clean, for medium duty cooking tasks.
B) Right Burners (48" models only) - front sealed burner is maximum 10,000 BTU (2.93 kW)(L/P 9,000 BTU) with sim
mer of 1000 BTU (.3 kW) and rear is maximum 8,000 BTU (2.34 kW)(L/P 7,000 BTU) with simmer of 600 BTU (.2
kW), one for large jobs, one for small, easy clean.
C) Left Burners - front sealed burner is maximum 10,000 BTU (2.93 kW)(L/P 9,000 BTU) with simmer of 1000 BTU
(.3kW) and rear is maximum 8,000 BTU (2.34 kW)(L/P 7,000 BTU) with simmer of 600 BTU (.2 kW) to accurately
maintain temperature.
D) Gas Burner Controls - allow an infinite selection of cooking temperatures, 4 controls on model 9200 and 6 controls
on model 7200. All models feature "auto-reignition", which means if for any reason the flame goes out, it
automatically begins to spark to re-ignite the burner!
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J
M
K
L
Figure 14
Oven Features
E) Oven Temperature Control - With infinite bake temperature and broil control. All units feature "auto gas shutoff", which
means that if for any reason the flame goes out, gas to the oven burner shuts off!
F) Gas Oven Features: -4 position racking
-3.6 cubic feet of energy efficient area
-16,500 BTU (4.83Kw) oven burner
2
- 380in cooking area in broiling drawer
G) Broiler - Broiler drawer located under the oven, glides open for easy access, for all your broiling needs.
H) More Storage - (model 7200 only) open the rack storage door to gain access to more storage area.
Other Features (see fig. 14)
I) Cabinet Door - the minute minder, exhaust fan control and overhead light switch are concealed behind the cabinet
door.
J) Digital Clock - With minute minder.
K) On -off switch - controls overhead light in exhaust hood.
L) Rocker Switch controls convection fan for convection baking/broiling (Not Supplied in this model)
M)Three position switch - Controls high and low for exhaust fan centre position is “OFF”.
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Control Panel Layout
The control panel is laid out in a straight line
and each control is identified by a graphic on
the right side of the knob.
Model 7200
Control Panel
Model 9200
Control Panel
Left Rear Burner
Control (Medium)
Left Rear Burner
Control (Medium)
Left Front Burner
Control (Large)
Centre Rear Burner
Control (Medium)
Right Rear Burner
Control (Medium)
Centre Front Burner
Control (Medium)
Left Front Burner
Control (Large)
Right Rear Burner
Control (Medium)
Right Front Burner
Control (Medium)
Right Front Burner
Control (Large)
Oven Control
Oven Control
Figure 15
The operation of the controls are described in the following pages.
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OPERATION
Top Burner Operation
Lighting the Top Burners
Your range is equipped with a spark ignition system that is electrically operated. You need only to push in and turn the
knob to any position and the burner will light. When you turn the knob, you will hear a distinct clicking noise. After the
burner lights, the clicking noise will stop.
Note: when lighting any one burner, all burners will spark, but only the burner that you have selected will light. All models
feature "auto-reignition", which means if for any reason the flame goes out, it automatically begins to spark to re-ignite
the burner!
See page 22 for manual lighting procedure.
6 (HI) - Quick start for cooking, brings water to boil.
5 (MED HI) - Fast fry, pan broil, maintain fast boil on
large amount of food.
4 (MED) - Sauté and brown; maintain slow boil on
large amount of food.
3 (MED LOW) - Cook after starting at HI; cook with
little water in covered pan.
2-1 (LOW) - Steam rice, cereal; maintain serving temperature of most foods.
Top Burner Control
Figure 16
For safety reasons, always adjust the burner controls so that flames do not extend beyond
the edges of pots, pans or other cooking utensils.
Large pots or other over-sized cooking utensils may cause random sparking from the burner.
To avoid this condition lower the flame size or use smaller-sized cooking utensils.
Do not use a griddle directly on top of grates. To avoid random sparking, please use the AgaHeartland Griddle Pan Kit for Classic Ranges part #7602 (complete with griddle pan support)
can be purchased from your dealer or directly from Aga-Heartland.
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Oven Cooking
Oven Lighting
Open oven door. There are 2 holes in the oven bottom so you can view the oven flame. Push in and
hold down the oven knob and select the desired oven temperature. You should hear sparking until
the oven flame ignites. You must continue to keep oven knob depressed for 5-6 seconds after
the oven ignition has occurred. The extra 5-6 seconds is to heat up the safety thermocouple to allow
proper oven control. (releasing the knob too early will extinguish the flame.) All units feature flame
sensing auto shutoff, so if for any reason the flame goes out, the gas supply to the oven is shut off
automatically!
Please note: the first time the oven is used, the oven
lighting procedure may have to be repeated 2-4
times to push out any air in the gas lines.
If the oven flame does not light in 5-6 seconds,
STOP. Release oven knob, this will prevent any further gas from going into the oven. Wait at least 1
minute before trying to light oven again. If you are
still not successful see "trouble shooting guide".
Range Thermostat
The temperature in the oven is transmitted to the
thermostat by the sensor tube located at the rear of
the oven. It must always be in position on its mounting clips and should not be bent. The sensor causes
the burner to maintain the desired oven temperature.
Oven Control Knob
Figure 17
Broil
When broiling, the oven control knob should be set to the broil symbol or the 500°F (265°C) setting
on the knob. The broiler oven drawer should be left open 3 inches during broiling to allow the burner
to stay on to it's highest position. This allows you to keep an eye on your food. If the door is closed
during broiling, the temperature in the oven could reach 500°F causing the oven burner to cycle
down to the "low position", which will affect your broiling time.
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Power Failure Operation
If electrical power is interrupted in your area, you can still cook meals on your Heartland gas range.
By following these simple directions you will be able to use the burners and oven without the benefit
of electricity.
Caution: make sure your hands and clothing are clear of the burner you are lighting!
Top Burner Control
Manually Lighting the Top Burners
1) Remove cast grate, for unobstructed access to the
burner head.
2) Hold a flame source to the desired burner head.
We recommend a barbecue lighter to use as a flame
source.
3) Push in and turn the corresponding control knob to
the medium setting.
4) Carefully replace cast grate, keep fingers clear of the
flame.
5) After the burner lights, adjust flame size as required.
Figure 18
When lighting top burners manually, set control to
the medium setting to prevent potential injury from
the flame when replacing the grate.
Please note that the "auto reignition" feature will not function without electricity, therefore pay close attention to
any burners in use while electrical power is interrupted!
Manually Lighting the Oven Burner
The oven can be operated safely by lighting the oven burner in the following manner:
1) Remove the oven bottom.
2) Hold a flame source at the front of the burner directly
beside the igniter. We recommend a barbecuelighter as
flame source.
3) Push in and hold down the knob, continue to hold down
the oven knob and select the desired oven temperture.
4) You must hold oven knob down for at least 5-6 seconds
after ignition, to activate the oven safety thermocouple.
(releasing the knob too early will extinguish the flame).
5) If the oven flame does not light in 5-6 seconds, STOP.
Release oven knob, this will prevent any further gas
from going into the oven. Wait at least 1 minute before
trying to light oven again. If you arestill not successful
see "trouble shooting guide".
6) Place oven bottom back onto position, Caution
keep fingers and clothing away from the flame!
When lighting oven burner manually, light the burner
at the igniter. Keep hands and clothing away from
open flame!
Oven Burner and Igniter
Figure 19
Please note that the flame sensing auto shutoff feature is still functional without the benefit of electricity so if
for any reason the flame goes out, the gas supply to the oven is shut off automatically!
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Clock / Timer
Figure 20
Minute Minder
Adjust Setting Up
Bell symbol indicates
minute minder in operation
Adjust Setting Down
Functions:
Reset minute minder
Power on
Display is flashing
Press "
Set time of day
Signal
The signal after time out will stay on 7 min-
Press left button"
and "
release "
". Set time of day with "
"
" buttons. This function remains activated
for 7 seconds after the last "
"/"
" and "
" button together and
" button first.
utes if it is not been reset with the "
ton (Only one touch.)
" but-
" operation!
Set minute minder
This function is permanently activated and can be
immediately set with "
" and "
" buttons.
During setting, the units are 10 seconds.
During count down the minute minder has priority
in the display. The units are seconds.
The maximum time is 99 minutes.
Signal Sound
The sound of the signal can be changed if
desired.
When the display show time-of-day, the signal
frequency can be selected by pressing the
"
" button.
Three different frequencies are selectable.
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Cooking Guide
Heartland 7200/ 9200 Cooking Guide
Meat Roasting Guide
Food
Whole Chicken
Chicken Wings
Fish
Roast
Lamb
Turkey - unstuffed
Turkey - stuffed
Temp (°F)
375°F
350°F
350°F
325°F
325°F
325°F
325°F
Time
40min/lb
20min
20min
35min/lb
35min/lb
12-16min/lb
15-18min/lb
Rack Position
3rd
4th
2nd
2nd or 3rd
2nd
2nd
2nd
Time
10-15min
30min
20min
Rack Position
Broil Drawer
Broil Drawer
Broil Drawer
Broiling Guide
Food
Steak
Chicken Breast
Pork Chops
Temp (°F)
Broil
Broil
Broil
These times are approximate and should be used in conjunction with a
properly placed meat thermometer.
Baking Guide
Food
Sugar Cookies
Oatmeal Cookies
Cake
Muffins
Fruit/ Homemade Pie
Pie Crust
Pizza
Rising Crust Pizza
Lasagna Fresh
Lasagna Frozen
Brownies
French Fries
Temp (°F)
450°F
375°F
350°F
375°F
375°F
425°F
425°F
400°F
375°F
375°F
375°F
475°F
Time
10min
13min
35min
20min
60min
10-12 min
17-20min
20min
60min
120min
30min
35min
Rack Position
Any
Any
Any
Any
3rd
3rd
1st or 3rd
3rd or 4th
2nd or 3rd
2nd or 3rd
Any
3rd
These temperatures are for reference only. Recipe or pack age directions
should tak e precedence.
Figure 21
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Care and Cleaning
CAUTION: When cleaning the cooking surface around the valve stems, be aware that detergents
may corrode the electrical contacts on the valve switches (preventing an ignition spark) and may
also degrade the gasket seal on the valve itself (causing a gas leak).
Porcelain
Keeping it clean
The porcelain is very serviceable and simple to clean, but because it is glass, it will not withstand
rough handling or abuse. Never clean porcelain parts while stove is hot. Porcelain is glass and sudden changes in temperature may cause cracking. Clean porcelain surfaces, using warm soapy
water, glass cleaner or non-abrasive cleaner and a soft cloth. Avoid abrasive cleaners.
If any acid-based food or liquid, such as lemon juice or tomato juice is spilled on the range wipe it at
once to prevent staining.
Note: Red appliances only - a red wax coating has been added for preparation purposes which may
wear off during cleaning - this is normal and does not affect finished product.
WARNING
When moving range for service or cleaning
1. Disconnect gas line and electrical power.
2. Place temporary floor protection in front of
range.
3. Slide out from wall and place floor protection
under front legs and slowly pull out to gain
access to rear.
4. To reinstall, reverse these instructions.
Important
Keep appliance clear from combustible materials,
gasoline and other flammable vapour and liquids.
Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
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Oven Cleaning
Your range must be kept clean and free of accumulations of grease or spillovers which may
ignite. This is most important in the oven and broiling compartment. When cleaning the oven,
make sure it is turned “Off” and is cool. For simple spills, clean the oven with a strong solution of detergent, then wipe with a clean damp cloth and dry.
When food or grease has burned on the oven lining, apply a strong oven cleaning compound.
Follow directions on the package, but avoid applying a strong cleaner to the front flanges or
sides of end panels because it may destroy the oven door seals or plated surfaces.
Oven racks, oven rack supports, broiler pan rack, oven bottoms, and broiler pan are all
removable for easy cleaning. Oven racks may be cleaned in your sink with dish cloth and
detergent. If spillage has remained on the racks for an extended period, more vigorous cleaning with a steel wool soap pad may be required.
Surface Burners
Top burners require little care other than to wipe off the head of each burner. If a boilover
occurs, the burner cap can be easily lifted out so burner port holes can be cleaned in hot
soapy water with a soft brush. There are no bolts or screws to remove. The igniter must also
be kept clean to ensure quick positive starts. Simply lift the burner cap and clean. When
replacing, be sure the tab is locked securely in position on the burner base. For normal or
everyday cleaning of light spills, wipe the burner caps with a damp cloth. For heavy duty
cleaning—cooked spills, oil stains, etc. scrub with a tub and tile type of cleaner. Rinse thoroughly after every cleaning operation. Wipe away excess water.
cap
flame spreader
burner base
Figure 22
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Nickel-Plated Trim
Nickel must be cleaned with warm soapy water and a mirco cloth. If any acid-based food or liquid,
such as lemon juice or tomato juice, is spilled on the range, wipe it at once to prevent staining.
Exhaust Hood
Exhaust filters are included with your exhaust hood. The filters may be cleaned periodically in
soapy water. The filters should be replaced every 4 months or when they begin to restrict air flow.
Extras are available from your dealer or directly from Aga-Heartland. Please order four or more at
one time to save freight and handling charges.
See instructions for ordering on page 9 under " EXHAUST HOOD "
The inside of your exhaust hood should be inspected periodically for grease buildup (a fire hazard)
and cleaned as required with soap and water.
Oven and Cabinet Light Replacement
Before replacing lamp, disconnect the power at the main fuse or circuit breaker panel. When
replacing light bulbs, wait until the oven and bulb are cool. Remove oven light lens by simply
unscrewing it counterclockwise. The bulb can then be unscrewed easily. Always handle the bulb
with a dry (never wet) cloth to protect hands. If light bulb should break, disconnect power to range
by unplugging it or removing the fuse from the panel before touching the bulb. Replace the bulb.
Use only a 40 watt oven bulb available at your local hardware store or appliance dealer.
When cleaning the oven, do not touch lens with a wet cloth.
WARNING!
Do not sit, lean, lift or stand on the doors
or drawers of this range as possible
injuries may result.
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Interior Oven Rack
The oven rack is designed with stop-locks so that when placed correctly on the supports, it (a) will
stop before coming completely out of the oven, (b) will not tip when placing or removing food.
To install, place the rack "feet" on the rack support and push the oven rack backward along the rack
support. (see 1 )
Push the oven rack all the way to the back until the oven rack slips off the end of the rack support.
(see 2 )
Then pull rack support ahead slightly to engage the "feet" with the rack support. (see 3 ) To remove
reverse assembly procedure.
Oven Rack “Feet”
Oven Rack
Rack Support
Figure 23
Rack Supports
The oven rack supports are designed to interlock into the oven sides but are easy to remove. First
remove oven racks, then grasping the lower portion of the rack support swing it out to approx. 45
degrees and gently pull down. Assemble in reverse order.
Figure 24
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Removal of Oven Door
At times you may want to remove the oven door for thorough cleaning of the oven. Removal of the
oven door is easy:
1) Open oven door, and latch the brass catches on to the upper leg of the hinge. (see below).
Make sure the catch is securely hinged.
2) With a hand on each side of the door lift the door slightly, and pull out.
3) The door weighs about 25 lbs (11 kg), so exercise caution when removing the door.
4) To replace the door reverse this sequence.
Make sure the brass catch
is securely hinged
WARNING!
Do not sit, lean, lift or stand on the
doors or drawers of this range as possible injuries may result.
Upper leg
Brass catch
Oven door
2) and pull out
1) lift door slightly
Figure 25
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Broiling
Broiling is cooking by direct radiated heat from above the food. It is fast because no preheat time is
required and the food is close to the burner.
When broiling, the oven control knob should be set to the broil symbol or the 500°F (265°C) setting
on the knob. The broiler oven drawer should be left open 3 inches during broiling to allow the burner
to stay on to it's highest position. This allows you to keep an eye on your food. If the door is closed
during broiling, the temperature in the oven could reach 500°F causing the oven burner to cycle
down to the "low position", which will affect your broiling time.
Broiling guide charts in most cookbooks are approximate. Your personal experience using the broiler
will establish the most desirable cooking time.
Broiling Pan
The broiling pan grille allows for the proper drainage of cooking grease into the lower pan. Both the
griddle and pan should always be used when broiling.
Optimum Broiling Area
Broiling Pan and Griddle
Figure 26
Always remove the broiler pan from the compartment as soon as you finish broiling. It makes the
pan much easier to wash and there is no chance that the pan and drippings will be forgotten. Grease
left in the pan can catch fire if the oven is used without removing the grease. Let the pan cool first,
then wash the pan and griddle in hot soapy water.
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SETUP AND TROUBLESHOOTING
Timer
Timer
Exhaust Fan
Speed Control
Filters
Splashback
Exhaust Fan
Speed Control
Light Switch
Light Switch
Filters
Splashback
Burner and
Oven Controls
Burner and
Oven Controls
Oven Light
Oven Light
Broil Drawer
Broil Drawer
9200
Rack Storage Drawer
Figure 27
7200
Burner Setup & Adjustment
The range was carefully set up and inspected at the factory but some final adjustments may be necessary once the unit is installed.
You should check the following:
i) First check to make sure there are no gas leaks. Propane and natural gas have a very distinct
smell which is easily detected by the human nose. If in doubt, soak each pipe joint with soapy
water and look for bubbles. Do not use an open flame for testing.
ii) Check that all the controls are operating properly by lighting each of the burners. Turn the burn
ers on by pushing down and turning counter clockwise. Try them at low, medium and high set
tings.
iii) Check the quality of the flame. The top burners should have a steady, relatively quiet flame with a
1/2" (13mm) sharp blue cone. There should be no orange flame. The oven burner should have a
clean blue flame with inner cones of 1/4" to 1/2" (6.35mm to 13mm). See figure 28.
If everything checks out, you’re “cooking with gas”. If not, refer to the trouble shooting guide,
page 33.
Outer Cone
Inner Cone
Figure 28
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Air Shutter Adjustment (oven burner only)
The quality of the flame can be changed by adjusting the air shutters. Factory setting on the air shutter is 0.40"
(10.6mm). (see figure 29)
Reduce the shutter opening if:
• the flame appears unsteady
• is not burning all the way around
• is noisy like a small blow torch.
Increase the shutter opening if:
• the flame has yellow tips
• there is no sharp blue cone
• soot appears on the bottom of cooking pans.
air shutter adjustment
Figure 29
The air shutter is adjusted by loosening the locking screw and rotating the shutter to allow more or less air into the tube.
The centred position is usually about right. Tighten the screw, replace the assembly and check the flame pattern.
Oven Burner Assembly
The oven burner assembly is visible and accessible for servicing when the oven bottom panel is removed. The burner
assembly is made up of several components as shown below.
thermocouple
burner
igniter
Oven burner assembly
Figure 30
IMPORTANT
The thermocouple and igniter positioning is very
important to the operation of the oven. These two
items must be checked before putting the appliance into operation. (see figure 31)
NOTE: Before putting the 7200 /9200 Gas Range into service, be
sure that all the setup procedures recommended in this manual
have been completed.
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Figure 31
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
FOR ALL BURNERS EQUIPPED FOR REIGNITION
WITH " AUTO RE-IGNITION "
Problem
Cause
Remedy
A. Spark Ignition
No power to spark module - module
switch faulty.
Check electrical supply to spark module with voltmeter replace module.
Reignition electrode controlled by
knob switch is grounded or has a
high resistance leak.
Check high voltage wires carefully for loose connections
or pinches in the wires; if connections are tight, replace
high voltage wire.
Electode to far from burner base.
The igniter is on an eccentric pin, so rotating the igniter
in its place will bring the igniter closer to the burner base.
3. Sparking occurs at electrodes when all control knobs
are turned off.
Disconnected switch lead or short in
switch lead.
Check all switch lead connections for looseness and
wires for damage.
4. All burners that are turned
on have lighted but electrodes
are still sparking.
High resistance or open connection
between spark output terminal and
H.V. wire receptacle. (spark will jump
small gap but sensing current will
not.)
Push receptacles firmly onto all terminals
Check positioning of shrink sleeving on receptacle should be flush with end of receptacle - trim if necessary.
Defective module.
Replace module.
Ground/Earth lead to module disconnected or range chassis not properly
connected to ground/earth lead or
through thrid prong of power cord
plug, combined with reversed power
supply polarity.
Check ground/earth connection of range chassis and
ground/earth lead connection to module.
5. One or more burners have
lighted but electrodes are still
sparking.
Pots or cooking utensils (i.e. griddle
plates) are too large and are smothering the flame causing the reignition
to spark.
Use smaller sized pots or reduce size of flame. Do not
use griddle plate directly over top of grates. AgaHeartland sells a griddle kit #7609 complete with griddle
support.
B. Oven Burner
Defective safety thermocouple.
Replace thermostat above - always check gas pressure
before replacing thrmostat.
Defective thermostat (unit under
oven control knob), no main burner
flame at any setting.
Make sure thermocouple is hand tightened +1/4 turn.
Replace safety thermocouple - NOTE: There are no field
adjustments for this control.
Oven bulb not in proper location.
Secure oven bulb in clips that hold it in proper location.
Oven bulb coated with foreign material. (i.e. oven cleaner etc.)
Use fine steel wool or scouring pad to gently clean the
surface of the bulb - NOTE: Replace carefully in locating
clips.
Oven bottom covered with aluminium
foil.
If foil blocks holes or slots in oven bottom, oven heat distribution will be affected - remove foil.
Utensils too large for oven reducing
free circulation of air.
Allow at least 1 1/2” to 2” (3.8cm to 5.0 cm) clearance for
air circulation between utensils and between utensils and
oven surface.
1. No sparks when any control knob is turned to “light”.
2. No sparks when one or
some control knob(s) is (are)
turned to “light”.
1.
No main burner flame.
2. Oven will not maintain
proper baking temperarture.
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Conversion Kits and Information
Normally, Model 7200 and 9200 are ordered from the factory preset for either Natural Gas or Liquid
Propane. However, they can be converted after installation by performing a conversion procedure to
the gas components with the appropriate conversion kit.
The components requiring conversion are,
1) the pressure regulator,
2) top burner controls,
3)oven burner control,
4) the top burners
5) oven burner
Kits can be ordered from your dealer or directly from AGA-Heartland.
Each kit contains all the parts required for conversion, as well as instructions and a orifice removal
tool.
The kits available are:
7704
7705
7706
7707
7200
9200
7200
9200
Orifice
Orifice
Orifice
Orifice
Kit
Kit
Kit
Kit
LP Domestic -SABAF
LP Domestic -SABAF
Nat Domestic -SABAF
Nat Domestic -SABAF
When ordering your kit please include your serial number to ensure the correct conversion kit is supplied to you.
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Products
See our complete line of kitchen appliances:
3015- 30" Classic II Series Refrigerator, 18 cubic feet
capacity, bottom-mount freezer drawer, and convienient
top-mount fresh food compartment. Ice maker is available
as an option. The Classic series also offers an optional
Cowl. Energy efficiency rating 548 kwh/year. Also available
in Metro 3225 and Legend 3065 models.
3115- 36" Classic II Series Refrigerator, 22 cubic feet
capacity, top-mount freezer, counter-depth design. Ice
maker is standard. The Classic series also offers an
optional Cowl. Energy efficiency rating 552 kwh/year. Also
available in Metro 3315 and Legend 3165 models.
3530- Legend Gas / Electric kitchen range - 4 sealed gas
burners, electric convection oven fits in a 30" opening! Also
available in stainless steel as model 3535 Metro. Cooktop
versions for both Metro 3805 and Legend 3800 models are
available.
Model 3015:
3630- Legend 36" Gas / Electric kitchen range - 6 sealed
gas burners or 4 sealed burners and centre grill! Electric
convection oven comes standard. Also available in stainless steel as model 3635 Metro. Cooktop versions for both
Metro 3825 and Legend 3820 models are available.
9730 (Built-in)- Dual oven, one convection, one standard
radiant, and self clean oven feature.
5210- 48" Gas / Electric kitchen range- 6 sealed gas burners, self clean oven feature, electric convection oven, dual
fuel!
4210- 30" Gas / Electric kitchen range - 4 sealed gas burners, self clean oven feature, electric convection oven fits in
a 30" opening!
6210- 48" Electric kitchen range- 5 solid element burners,
self clean oven feature, convection oven.
8210- 30" Electric kitchen range- 4 solid element burners,
self clean oven feature, convection oven fits in a 30"
opening!
7200- 48" Gas or propane kitchen range - 6 sealed gas
burners, a chef's dream come true!
9200- 30" Gas or propane kitchen range - 4 sealed gas
burners, fits in a 30" opening!
1902/03 (Oval)- Wood burning cookstove-old fashioned
cooking available in two models
2602/03 (SweetHeart)- Wood burning cookstove-same as
the Oval, in a smaller version!
For more information please call your dealer, or call AgaHeartland:
Phone 1-877-650-5775 or Fax 1-519-650-3773
Model 1903
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7200/9200 Parts Diagram
1599
1596
60285
1592
60288
1624
1588
60283
60287
1556
60286
60293
1551
7374
6676- #7200
6675- #9200
60226
60504
60243
60316
7162
60277
7161
60502
1125
60238
60503
60241
7797
8202
60245
8200
60505
6884
60250
60251
60501
60252
60277
1110
60237
7720
1599
80131
1592
1596
80138
80132
1588
80142
1624
80143
1556
7795
1551
80141
7599-#9200
7793-#7200
7374
80128
7162
60504
7161
60277
1125
60238
80113
&
80114
60237
1110
60501
80151
60330
60250
60252
60277
Figure 33
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Model 7200/9200 Range Parts List
TO ENSURE THE CORRECT COLOR MATCH
WHEN ORDERING COLORED PANELS, BOTH
THE COLOR AND SERIAL NUMBER MUST BE
PROVIDED.
1110 Oven Door Handle Stanchion
1125 Oven Door Thermometer (Non Funtional)
1551 Right Cabinet Bracket
1556 Left Cabinet Braket
1588 Right Cabinet Corner
1592 Left Cabinet Corner
1596 Right Cresting Corner
1599 Left Cresting Corner
1624 Cabinet Door Handle
3556 Gas Regulator
6197 2 Speed Blower Control Switch
6198 Range Light Switch
6202 Oven Light Bulb - 40W
6437 Oven Door Hinges L & R (not shown)
6455 Broiler Pan & Cover
6522 Exhaust Deflector
6675 Exhaust Filter (30”)
6676 Exhaust Filter (48”)
6677 3-1/2” x 10” Exhaust Adaptor
6679 Exhaust Blower
6884 Storage Door Magnet Assembly
7161 Oven Control Knob
7162 Top Burner Control Knob
7364 Oven Burner Igniter Wire
7374 Flue Deflector
7376 Oven Burner Control Large Burner
7551 Control Valve Medium Burner
7552 Control Valve Large Burner
7557 Large Burner Cap
7558 Medium Burner Cap
7559 Medium Flame Spreader
7560 Large Flame Spreader
7561 Medium Burner Base
7562 Larger Burner Base
7569 Ignition Electrode (1200MM Lead)
7570 Ignition Electrode (900MM Lead)
7571 Ignition Electrode (600MM Lead)
7577 Oven Burner Control Medium Burner
7590 Spark Module 0+6
7591 Spark Module 0+2(7200 only)
7599 Manifold Weldment (9200 only)
7720 Oven Bottom Pan
7793 Manifold Weldment (7200 only)
7795 Oven Burner
7797 Oven Rack
8200 Light Socket & Housing
8204 Oven Lens
9237 Electronic Minute Minder
60501 Warming Drawer Frame
60237 Warming Drawer Bubble Panel (specify color)
60238 Oven Door Bubble Panel (specify color)
60502 Oven Door Frame
60503 Rack Storage Door Frame (48”)
60241 Rack Storage Door Bubble Panel (48”)
60504 Utensil Drawer Frame (48”)
60243 Utensil Drawer Bubble Panel (48”)
60505 Reservoir Front (48”)
60245 Reservoir Bubble Panel (specify color)(48”)
60250 Base leg
60251 48” Base Front Skirt - Nickel
60252 30”/48” Base Side Skirt
60254 48” Base Rear Skirt - Black (not shown)
60226 48” Stove Band
60277 30”/48” Oven/Warning Drawer Handle
60283 48”Cabinet Door Panel (specify color)
60285 48” Cresting Panel (specify color)
60286 48” Splashback(specify color)
60287 Lower Cabinet Strip (48”)
60288 Upper Cabinet Strip (48”)
60293 Cabinet Wrap Weldment (48”)
60316 Oven Gasket
60330 Oven Rack Support (4 Position)
80113 Left Hand Side Panel Classic II
80114 Right Hand Side Panel Classic II
80128 30” Front Band
80131 Upper Cabinet Strip (30”)
80132 Lower Cabinet Strip (30”)
80138 30” Cabinet Door Panel (specify color)
80141 30” Splashback (specify color)
80142 30” Cresting Panel (specify color)
80143 Cabinet Wrap Weldment (30”)
80151 30” Base Front Skirt
80152 30” Base Rear Skirt (not shown)
H-976 Spark Ignitor O-Ring
Please order part by number. Parts may be
ordered from you dealer or direct from AgaHeartland. Telephone for prices and ordering
instruction. Call 877-650-5775,and ask for the
order desk.
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Serial
No.
HLG00001
HLG00001
HLG00001
1050 FOUNTAIN ST N. CAMBRIDGE,
ONTARIO, CANADA N3H 4R7
Model 7200/9200
Serial No. HLG00001
Medium
Large
Oven
Manifold Pressure
Power Requirements
Natural Gas
8000 BTU/HR
10000 BTU/HR
16500 BTU/HR
5 IN. W.C.
120 Volt 3 amps. 60 Hz
LP/Propane
7000 BTU/HR
9000 BTU/HR
16500 BTU/HR
10 IN. W.C.
This appliance can be used with LP/Propane gas and Natural gas. The gas
appliance regulator must be set for the gas with which the appliance is used.
Surface adjacent to cook top-left (7200)
1” (25mm)
Surface adjacent to cook top-right (7200)
0” (0mm)
Surface adjacent to cook top (9200)
0” (0mm)
Surface adjacent to warming oven
0” (0mm)
Cook top to underside of adjacent cabinets
18”(457 mm)
Cook top to underside of cabinets
30 1/4” (768 mm)
Maximum depth of overhead cabinets
13”(330 mm)
Maximum depth of counters
24”(610 mm)
Maximum height of counters
36”(914 mm)
Rear clearance
0”
Meets household cooking appliance latest Standard.
May be vented. If vented, see installation instructions.
ANSI Z21.1-2005 HOUSEHOLD COOKING APPLIANCE
HLG00001
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Wiring Diagrams
Technical Data
7200 WIRING DIAGRAM - N.A.
- Voltage 120 v / 60 Hz
- Load 3 amps (model 9200)
- Load 3 amps (model 7200)
Fan/Clock
NOTE: Service amperage should
be calculated by a qualified electrician.
The maximum propane/natural
gas supply inlet must not exceed
14 inches of water column. The
minimum gas supply inlet should
be at least 5 inches of water column for natural gas or at least 11
inches of water column for LP
gas.
Gas services should be checked
by a qualified gas technician.
Figure 34
9200 WIRING DIAGRAM - N.A.
Fan/Clock
Figure 35
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