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Aeg HKP75410XB User Manual
HKP75410XB
USER
MANUAL
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User Manual
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CONTENTS
1. SAFETY INFORMATION............................................................................................. 3
2. CONDITIONS OF USE................................................................................................ 4
3. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.............................................................................................5
4. INSTALLATION............................................................................................................7
5. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION...........................................................................................9
6. DAILY USE.................................................................................................................. 11
7. FLEXIBLE INDUCTION COOKING AREA............................................................... 15
8. HINTS AND TIPS........................................................................................................18
9. CARE AND CLEANING.............................................................................................20
10. TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................. 21
11. TECHNICAL DATA..................................................................................................24
12. ENERGY EFFICIENCY............................................................................................. 24
13. WARRANTY .............................................................................................................25
IMPORTANT INFORMATION THAT MAY IMPACT
YOUR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
Adherence to the directions for use in this manual is extremely important for
health and safety. Failure to strictly adhere to the requirements in this manual
may result in personal injury, property damage and affect your ability to make a
claim under the AEG manufacturer’s warranty provided with your product.
Products must be used, installed and operated in accordance with this manual.
You may not be able to claim on the AEG manufacturer’s warranty in the event
that your product fault is due to failure to adhere to this manual.
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CUSTOMER CARE AND SERVICE
Always use original spare parts.
When contacting our Authorised Service Centre, ensure that you have the
following data available: Model, PNC, Serial Number.
The information can be found on the rating plate.
Warning / Caution-Safety information
General information and tips
Environmental information
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Subject to change without notice.
1.
SAFETY INFORMATION
Before the installation and use of the appliance,
carefully read the supplied instructions. The
manufacturer is not responsible for any injuries or
damages that are the result of incorrect installation or
usage. Always keep the instructions in a safe and
accessible location for future reference.
1.1 Children and vulnerable people safety
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This appliance can be used by children aged 8 years
and above and by persons with reduced capabilities
provided that they have been given instruction and/or
supervision regarding the safe use of the appliance
and understand the potential hazards involved.
Do not let children play with the appliance.
Keep all packaging away from children and dispose of
it appropriately.
Keep children and pets away from the appliance when
it operates or when it cools down. Accessible parts are
hot.
If the appliance has a child safety device, this should
be activated.
Children shall not carry out cleaning and user
maintenance of the appliance without supervision.
Children aged 3 years and under must be kept away
from this appliance when it is in operation at all times.
1.2 General Safety
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WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts
become hot during use. Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements. Children less than 8
years of age shall be kept away unless continuously
supervised.
Do not operate the appliance by means of an external
timer or separate remote-control system.
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WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or
oil can be dangerous and may result in fire.
NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch
off the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid
or a fire blanket.
CAUTION: The cooking process has to be supervised.
A short term cooking process has to be supervised
continuously.
WARNING: Danger of fire: Do not store items on the
cooking surfaces.
Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids
should not be placed on the hob surface since they
can get hot.
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean the appliance.
After use, switch off the hob element by its control
and do not rely on the pan detector.
If the glass ceramic surface / glass surface is cracked,
switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of
electric shock.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by
the manufacturer, an authorized Service or similarly
qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
WARNING: Use only hob guards designed by the
manufacturer of the cooking appliance or indicated by
the manufacturer of the appliance in the instructions
for use as suitable or hob guards incorporated in the
appliance. The use of inappropriate guards can cause
accidents.
2. CONDITIONS OF USE
This appliance is intended to be used in
household and similar applications such
as:
• Farm houses
• By clients in serviced apartments,
holiday apartments and other
residential type environments.
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3. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
3.1 Installation
WARNING!
Only a qualified person must
install this appliance.
• Remove all the packaging.
• Do not install or use a damaged
appliance.
• Follow the installation instruction
supplied with the appliance.
• Keep the minimum distance from the
other appliances and units.
• Always take care when moving the
appliance as it is heavy. Always use
safety gloves and enclosed footwear.
• Seal the cut surfaces with a sealant to
prevent moisture to cause swelling.
• Protect the bottom of the appliance
from steam and moisture.
• Do not install the appliance adjacent
to a door or under a window. This
prevents hot cookware to fall from the
appliance when the door or the
window is opened.
• If the appliance is installed above
drawers make sure that the space,
between the bottom of the appliance
and the upper drawer, is sufficient for
air circulation.
• The bottom of the appliance can get
hot. Make sure to install a noncombustible separation panel under
the appliance to prevent access to the
bottom.
• Make sure that the ventilation space
of 2 mm, between the worktop and
the front of the below unit, is free.
The warranty does not cover damages
caused by the lack of an adequate
ventilation space.
3.2 Electrical Connection
WARNING!
Risk of fire and electrical
shock.
• All electrical connections should be
made by a qualified electrician.
• The appliance must be earthed.
• Before carrying out any operation
make sure that the appliance is
disconnected from the power supply.
• Make sure that the electrical
information on the rating plate agrees
with the power supply. If not, contact
an electrician.
• Make sure the appliance is installed
correctly. Loose and incorrect
electricity mains cable or plug (if
applicable) can make the terminal
become too hot.
• Use the correct electricity mains
cable.
• Do not let the electricity mains cable
tangle.
• Make sure that a shock protection is
installed.
• Use the strain relief clamp on the
cable.
• Make sure the mains cable or plug (if
applicable) does not touch the hot
appliance or hot cookware, when you
connect the appliance to the near
sockets
• Do not use multi-plug adapters and
extension cables.
• Make sure not to cause damage to
the mains plug (if applicable) or to the
mains cable. Contact our Authorised
Service Centre or an electrician to
change a damaged mains cable.
• The shock protection of live and
insulated parts must be fastened in
such a way that it cannot be removed
without tools.
• Connect the mains plug to the mains
socket only at the end of the
installation. Make sure that there is
access to the mains plug after the
installation.
• If the mains socket is loose, do not
connect the mains plug.
• Do not pull the mains cable to
disconnect the appliance. Always pull
the mains plug.
• Use only correct isolation devices: line
protecting cut-outs, fuses (screw type
fuses removed from the holder), earth
leakage trips and contactors.
• The electrical installation must have
an isolation device which lets you
disconnect the appliance from the
mains at all poles. The isolation
device must have a contact opening
width of minimum 3 mm.
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3.3 Use
WARNING!
Risk of injury, burns and
electrical shock.
• Remove all the packaging, labelling
and protective film (if applicable)
before first use.
• Use this appliance in a household
environment.
• Do not change the specification of
this appliance.
• Make sure that the ventilation
openings are not blocked.
• Do not let the appliance stay
unattended during operation.
• Set the cooking zone to “off” after
each use.
• Do not rely on the pan detector.
• Do not put cutlery or saucepan lids on
the cooking zones. They can become
hot.
• Do not operate the appliance with
wet hands or when it has contact with
water.
• Do not use the appliance as a work
surface or as a storage surface.
• If the surface of the appliance is
cracked, disconnect immediately the
appliance from the power supply. This
to prevent an electrical shock.
• Users with a pacemaker must keep a
distance of minimum 30 cm from the
induction cooking zones when the
appliance is in operation.
• When you place food into hot oil, it
may splash.
WARNING!
Risk of fire and explosion
• Fats and oil when heated can release
flammable vapours. Keep flames or
heated objects away from fats and oils
when you cook with them.
• The vapours that very hot oil releases
can cause spontaneous combustion.
• Used oil, that can contain food
remnants, can cause fire at a lower
temperature than oil used for the first
time.
• Do not put flammable products or
items that are wet with flammable
products in, near or on the appliance.
WARNING!
Risk of damage to the
appliance.
• Do not keep hot cookware on the
control panel.
• Do not put a hot pan cover on the
glass surface of the hob.
• Do not let cookware to boil dry.
• Be careful not to let objects or
cookware fall on the appliance. The
surface can be damaged.
• Do not activate the cooking zones
with empty cookware or without
cookware.
• Do not put aluminium foil on the
appliance.
• Cookware made of cast iron,
aluminium or with a damaged bottom
can cause scratches on the glass /
glass ceramic. Always lift these
objects up when you have to move
them on the cooking surface.
• This appliance is for cooking
purposes only. It must not be used for
other purposes, for example room
heating.
3.4 Care and cleaning
• Clean regularly the appliance to
prevent the deterioration of the
surface material.
• Deactivate the appliance and let it
cool down before you clean it.
• Disconnect the appliance from the
electrical supply before maintenance.
• Do not use water spray and steam to
clean the appliance.
• Clean the appliance with a moist soft
cloth. Only use neutral detergents. Do
not use abrasive products, abrasive
cleaning pads, solvents or metal
objects.
3.5 Disposal
WARNING!
Risk of injury or suffocation.
• Contact your municipal authority for
information on how to discard the
appliance correctly.
• Disconnect the appliance from the
mains supply.
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• Cut off the mains electrical cable
close to the appliance and dispose of
it.
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• Use original spare parts only.
3.6 Service
• To repair the appliance contact an
Authorised Service Centre.
4. INSTALLATION
units and work surfaces that align to the
standards.
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
4.1 Before the installation
Before you install the hob, write down
the information bellow from the rating
plate. The rating plate is on the bottom
of the hob.
Serial number ...........................
4.2 Built-in hobs
Only use the built-in hobs after you
assemble the hob into correct built-in
4.4 Assembly
min.
500mm
min.
50mm
min.
2mm
4.3 Connection cable
• The hob is supplied with a connection
cable.
• To replace the damaged mains cable
use the following (or higher) mains
cable type: H05V2V2-F T min 90°C.
Speak to your local Service Centre.
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min. 2 mm
A
min. 2 mm
B
< 20 mm
B
> 20 mm
min. 500 mm
min
30 mm
B
57 mm
41 mm
31 mm
A
12 mm
28 mm
38 mm
A
min. 500 mm
A
12 mm
28 mm
38 mm
B
57 mm
41 mm
31 mm
min.
38 mm
min.
2 mm
R 5mm
min.
55mm
+1
490+1mm 680 mm
min.
12 mm
min.
2 mm
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4.5 Protection box
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If you use a protection box (an additional
accessory), the front airflow space of 2
mm and the protective floor directly
below the hob are not necessary. The
protection box accessory may not be
available in some countries. Please
contact your local supplier.
You can not use the
protection box if you install
the hob above an oven.
5. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
5.1 Cooking surface layout
1 Induction cooking zone
2 Control panel
3 Flexible induction cooking area
consisting of four sections
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5.2 Control panel layout
1 2 3 4 5
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Use the sensor fields to operate the appliance. The displays, indicators and sounds tell
which functions operate.
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Sensor Function
field
Comment
1
ON / OFF
To activate and deactivate the hob.
2
Lock / The Child Safety
Device
To lock / unlock the control panel.
3
PowerSlide
To activate and deactivate the function.
FlexiBridge
To switch between three modes of the function.
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Heat setting display
To show the heat setting.
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Timer indicators of cooking zones
To show for which zone you set the time.
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Timer display
To show the time in minutes.
Hob²Hood
To activate and deactivate the manual mode
of the function.
Power function
To activate and deactivate the function.
Control bar
To set a heat setting.
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To select the cooking zone.
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To increase or decrease the time.
Control bar
To set the heat setting for flexible induction
cooking area.
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5.3 Heat setting displays
Display
Description
The cooking zone is deactivated.
The cooking zone operates.
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Automatic Heat Up function operates.
Power function operates.
+ digit
There is a malfunction.
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OptiHeat Control (3 step Residual heat indicator): continue cooking /
keep warm / residual heat.
/
Lock / The Child Safety Device function operates.
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Display
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Description
Incorrect or too small cookware or no cookware on the cooking zone.
Automatic Switch Off function operates.
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PowerSlide function operates.
5.4 OptiHeat Control (3 step
Residual heat indicator)
WARNING!
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There is a risk of
burns from residual heat.
The indicator shows the level
of the residual heat.
The induction cooking zones make the
heat necessary for cooking process
directly in the bottom of the cookware.
The glass ceramic is heated by the heat
of the cookware.
6. DAILY USE
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
6.1 Activating and
deactivating
Touch
for 1 second to activate or
deactivate the hob.
6.2 Automatic Switch Off
The function deactivates the hob
automatically if:
• all cooking zones are deactivated,
• you do not set the heat setting after
you activate the hob,
• you spill something or put something
on the control panel for more than 10
seconds (a pan, a cloth, etc.). An
acoustic signal sounds and the hob
deactivates. Remove the object or
clean the control panel.
• the hob gets too hot (e.g. when a
saucepan boils dry). Let the cooking
zone cool down before you use the
hob again.
• you use incorrect cookware. The
symbol
comes on and the cooking
zone deactivates automatically after 2
minutes.
• you do not deactivate a cooking zone
or change the heat setting. After
some time
comes on and the hob
deactivates.
The relation between the heat setting
and the time after which the hob
deactivates:
Heat setting
The hob deactivates after
1-3
6 hours
4-7
5 hours
8-9
4 hours
10 - 14
1.5 hour
6.3 The heat setting
To set or change the heat setting:
Touch the control bar at the correct heat
setting or move your finger along the
control bar until you reach the correct
heat setting.
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6.4 Cooking zone indication
6.7 Timer
The horizontal line shows the maximum
size of the cookware. The break in the
horizontal line shows the minimum
cookware diameter.
Count Down Timer
You can use this function to set how long
the cooking zone should operate for a
single cooking session.
First set the heat setting for the cooking
zone then set the function.
To set the cooking zone: touch
again and again until the indicator of a
necessary cooking zone comes on.
min.
max.
Refer to “Technical information” chapter.
6.5 Automatic Heat Up
Activate this function to get a desired
heat setting in a shorter time. When it is
on, the zone operates on the highest
setting in the beginning and then
continues to cook at the desired heating
setting.
To activate the function the
cooking zone must be cold.
To activate the function for a cooking
( comes on).
zone: touch
Immediately touch a desired heat
setting. After 3 seconds
comes on.
To deactivate the function: change the
heat setting.
6.6 Power function
This function makes more power
available to the induction cooking zones.
The function can be activated for the
induction cooking zone only for a limited
period of time. After this time the
induction cooking zone automatically
sets back to the highest heat setting.
Refer to “Technical
information” chapter.
To activate the function for a cooking
zone: touch
.
comes on.
To deactivate the function: change the
heat setting.
To activate the function: touch
of
the timer to set the time (00 - 99
minutes). When the indicator of the
cooking zone starts to flash slowly the
time counts down.
To see the remaining time: set the
cooking zone with . The indicator of
the cooking zone starts to flash quickly.
The display shows the remaining time.
To change the time: set the cooking
zone with
. Touch
or
.
To deactivate the function: set the
cooking zone with
and touch . The
remaining time counts back to 00. The
indicator of the cooking zone goes out.
When the time comes to an
end, the sound operates and
00 flashes. The cooking zone
deactivates.
To stop the sound: touch
.
CountUp Timer (The count up timer)
You can use this function to monitor how
long the cooking zone operates.
To set the cooking zone: touch
again and again until the indicator of a
necessary cooking zone comes on.
To activate the function: touch
of
the timer.
comes on. When the
indicator of the cooking zone starts to
flash slowly the time counts up. The
display switches between
counted time (minutes).
and
To see how long the cooking zone
operates: set the cooking zone with .
The indicator of the cooking zone starts
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to flash quickly. The display shows how
long the zone operates.
To deactivate the function: set the
cooking zone with
and touch
or
. The indicator of the cooking zone
goes out.
Minute Minder
You can use this function as a Minute
Minder when the hob is activated and
the cooking zones do not operate. The
heat setting display shows
.
To activate the function: touch
.
or
of the timer to set the
Touch
time. When the time comes to an end,
the sound operates and 00 flashes.
To stop the sound: touch
.
The function has no effect
on the operation of the
cooking zones.
6.8 Lock
You can lock the control panel while
cooking zones operate. It prevents an
accidental change of the heat setting.
Set the heat setting first.
Touch
for 4 seconds.
Deactivate the hob with
comes on.
.
To override the function for only one
cooking time: activate the hob with
deactivate the hob with
operates again.
the function
6.10 OffSound Control
(Deactivating and activating
the sounds)
for 3
Deactivate the hob. Touch
seconds. The display comes on and goes
out. Touch
for 3 seconds.
or
comes on. Touch
of the timer to
choose one of the following:
•
- the sounds are off
- the sounds are on
•
To confirm your selection wait until the
hob deactivates automatically.
When the function is set to
hear the sounds only when:
you can
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•
•
•
To deactivate the function: touch .
The previous heat setting comes on.
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6.9 The Child Safety Device
This function prevents an accidental
operation of the hob.
To activate the function: activate the
hob with
Touch
. Do not set the heat setting.
for 4 seconds.
Deactivate the hob with
comes on.
.
To deactivate the function: activate the
hob with
. Do not set the heat setting.
.
comes on. Touch
for 4 seconds.
Set the heat setting in 10 seconds. You
can operate the hob. When you
To activate the function: touch .
comes on for 4 seconds. The Timer stays
on.
When you deactivate the
hob, you also deactivate this
function.
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you touch
Minute Minder comes down
Count Down Timer comes down
you put something on the control
panel.
• Cooking zones are grouped
according to the location and number
of the phases in the hob. See the
illustration.
• Each phase has a maximum electricity
loading of 3700 W.
• The function divides the power
between cooking zones connected to
the same phase.
• The function activates when the total
electricity loading of the cooking
zones connected to a single phase
exceeds 3700 W.
• The function decreases the power to
the other cooking zones connected to
the same phase.
• The heat setting display of the
reduced zones alternates between
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the chosen heat setting and the
reduced heat setting. After some time
the heat setting display of the
reduced zones stays on the reduced
heat setting.
Automatic
light
Boiling1) Frying2)
On
H2 3)
Fan
speed 1
Fan
speed 1
Mode H3 On
Off
Fan
speed 1
Mode H4 On
Fan
speed 1
Fan
speed 1
Mode H5 On
Fan
speed 1
Fan
speed 2
Mode H6 On
Fan
speed 2
Fan
speed 3
Mode
6.12 Hob²Hood
It is an advanced automatic function
which connects the hob to a special
hood. Both the hob and the hood have
an infra — red signal communicator.
Speed of the fan is defined automatically
on basis of mode setting and
temperature of the hottest cookware on
the hob. You can also operate the fan
from the hob manually.
For most of the hoods the
remote system is originally
deactivated. Activate it
before you use the function.
For more information refer
to hood user manual.
Operating the function automatically
To operate the function automatically set
the automatic mode to H1 – H6. The hob
is originally set to H5. The hood reacts
whenever you operate the hob. The hob
recognizes temperature of the cookware
automatically and adjusts the speed of
the fan.
Automatic modes
Automatic
light
Boiling1) Frying2)
Mode H0 Off
Off
Off
Mode H1 On
Off
Off
1) The hob detects the boiling process and activates fan speed in accordance with automatic
mode.
2) The hob detects the frying process and activates fan speed in accordance with automatic
mode.
3) This mode activates the fan and the light and
does not rely on the temperature.
Changing the automatic mode
1. Deactivate the appliance.
2. Touch
for 3 seconds. The display
comes on and goes off
3. Touch
for 3 seconds.
4. Touch
on.
a few times until
comes
of the Timer to select an
5. Touch
automatic mode.
To operate the hood directly
on the hood panel
deactivate the automatic
mode of the function.
When you finish cooking and
deactivate the hob, the
hood fan may still operate
for a certain period of time.
After that time the system
deactivates the fan
automatically and prevents
you from accidental
activation of the fan for the
next 30 seconds.
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Operating the fan speed manually
You can also operate the function
manually. To do that touch
when the
hob is active. This deactivates automatic
operation of the function and allows you
to change the fan speed manually. When
you press
you raise the fan speed by
one. When you reach an intensive level
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Activating the light
You can set the hob to activate the light
automatically whenever you activate the
hob. To do so set the automatic mode to
H1 – H6.
The light on the hood
deactivates 2 minutes after
deactivating the hob.
again you will set fan speed
and press
to 0 which deactivates the hood fan. To
start the fan again with fan speed 1 touch
.
To activate automatic
operation of the function,
deactivate the hob and
activate it again.
7. FLEXIBLE INDUCTION COOKING AREA
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
7.1 FlexiBridge function
The flexible induction cooking area
consists of four sections. The sections
can be combined into two cooking zones
with different size, or into one large
cooking area. You choose the
combination of the sections by choosing
the mode applicable to the size of the
cookware you want to use. There are
three modes: Standard (activated
automatically when you activate the
hob), Big Bridge and Max Bridge.
When you switch between
the modes the heat setting
is set back to 0.
Diameter and position of the
cookware
Choose the mode applicable to the size
and the shape of the cookware. The
cookware should cover the selected area
as much as possible. Place the cookware
centrally on the selected area!
Place the cookware with the bottom
diameter smaller than 160 mm centrally
on a single section.
To set the heat setting use
two left side control bars.
Switching between the modes
To switch between the modes use sensor
field:
.
100-160mm
Place the cookware with the bottom
diameter larger then 160 mm centrally
between two sections.
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> 160 mm
7.2 FlexiBridge Standard
mode
This mode is active when you activate
the hob. It connects the sections into two
separate cooking zones. You can set the
heat setting for each zone separately.
Use two left side control bars.
Correct cookware position:
7.3 FlexiBridge Big Bridge
mode
To activate the mode press
until you
see the correct mode indicator. This
mode connects three rear sections into
one cooking zone. The one front section
is not connected and operates as a
separate cooking zone. You can set the
heat setting for each zone separately.
Use two left side control bars.
Correct cookware position:
To use this mode you have to place the
cookware on the three connected
sections. If you use cookware smaller
than two sections the display shows
and after 2 minutes the zone switches off.
Incorrect cookware position:
Incorrect cookware position:
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7.4 FlexiBridge Max Bridge
mode
To activate the mode press
until you
see the correct mode indicator. This
mode connects all sections into one
cooking zone. To set the heat setting use
one of the left side control bars.
Correct cookware position:
To use this mode you have to place the
cookware on the four connected
sections. If you use cookware smaller
than three sections the display shows
and after 2 minutes the zone switches off.
7.5
PowerSlide function
This function allows you to adjust the
temperature by moving the cookware to
a different position on the induction
cooking area.
The function divides the induction
cooking area into three areas with
different heat settings. The hob senses
the position of the cookware and sets the
heat setting corresponding with the
position. You can place the cookware in
the front, middle or rear position. If you
place the cookware in the front you get
the highest heat setting. You can
decrease the heat setting by moving the
cookware in the middle or to the rear
position.
Use only one pot when you
operate the function.
General information:
Incorrect cookware position:
• 160 mm is the minimum bottom
diameter of the cookware for this
function.
• Heat setting display for the left rear
control bar shows the position of the
cookware on the induction cooking
area. Front
, middle
, rear
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You can change the heat settings for
each position separately. The hob will
remember your heat settings next
time you activate the function.
Activating the function
.
To activate the function place the
cookware in the correct position on the
• Heat setting display for the left front
control bar shows the heat setting. To
change the heat setting use left
front control bar.
• When you activate the function for the
first time you will get heat setting
for the front position,
middle position and
position.
for the
for the rear
cooking area. Touch . The indicator
above the symbol comes on. If you do
not place the cookware on the cooking
area
comes on and after 2 minutes
the flexible induction cooking area is set
to
.
Deactivating the function
To deactivate the function touch
set the heat setting to
above the symbol
or
. The indicator
goes off.
8. HINTS AND TIPS
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
8.1 Cookware
For induction cooking zones
a strong electro-magnetic
field creates the heat in the
cookware very quickly.
• not correct: aluminium, copper,
brass, glass, ceramic, porcelain.
Cookware is correct for an induction
hob if:
• some water boils very quickly on a
zone set to the highest heat setting.
• a magnet pulls on to the bottom of
the cookware.
Cookware material
The printing on the flexible
induction cooking area may
become dirty or change
colour from sliding the
cookware. You can clean the
area in a standard way.
• correct: cast iron, steel, enamelled
steel, stainless steel, the bottom
made of multi-layer (with correct mark
from a manufacturer).
The bottom of the cookware
must be as thick and flat as
possible.
Use the induction cooking
zones with correct cookware.
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Cookware dimensions
Induction cooking zones adapt to the
dimension of the bottom of the
cookware automatically to some limit.
The cooking zone efficiency is related to
the diameter of the cookware. The
cookware with a smaller diameter than
the minimum receives only a part of the
power generated by the cooking zone.
Refer to “Technical
information” chapter.
8.2 The noises during
operation
If you can hear:
• crack noise: cookware is made of
different materials (sandwich
construction).
• whistle sound: you use the cooking
zone with high power level and the
cookware is made of different
materials (sandwich construction).
• humming: you use high power level.
• clicking: electric switching occurs.
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• hissing, buzzing: the fan operates.
The noises are normal and do not refer
to hob malfunction.
8.3 Öko Timer (Eco Timer)
To save energy, the heater of the
cooking zone deactivates before the
count down timer sounds. The difference
in the operation time depends on the
heat setting level and the length of the
cooking operation.
8.4 Examples of cooking
applications
The relation between the heat setting
and the cooking zone consumption of
power is not linear. When you increase
the heat setting, it is not proportional to
the increase of the cooking zone
consumption of power. It means that the
cooking zone with the medium heat
setting uses less than a half of its power.
The data in the table is for
guidance only.
Heat setting
Use to:
Time
(min)
Hints
1
Keep cooked food warm.
as necessary
Put a lid on the cookware.
1-3
Hollandaise sauce, melt: butter, chocolate, gelatine.
5 - 25
Mix from time to time.
1-3
Solidify: fluffy omelettes,
baked eggs.
10 - 40
Cook with a lid on.
3-5
Simmer rice and milkbased
dishes, heating up readycooked meals.
25 - 50
Add the minimum twice as
much liquid as rice, mix milk
dishes part procedure
through.
5-7
Steam vegetables, fish, meat.
20 - 45
Add some tablespoons of liquid.
7-9
Steam potatoes.
20 - 60
Use max. ¼ l water for 750 g of
potatoes.
7-9
Cook larger quantities of food, 60 - 150
stews and soups.
Up to 3 l liquid plus ingredients.
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Heat setting
Use to:
Time
(min)
Hints
9 - 12
Gentle fry: escalope, veal cordon bleu, cutlets, rissoles,
sausages, liver, roux, eggs,
pancakes, doughnuts.
as necessary
Turn halfway through.
12 - 13
Heavy fry, hash browns, loin
steaks, steaks.
5 - 15
Turn halfway through.
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Boil water, cook pasta, sear meat (goulash, pot roast), deep-fry chips.
Boil large quantities of water. Power function is activated.
8.5 Hints and Tips for
Hob²Hood function
When you operate the hob with the
function:
• Protect the hood panel from direct
sunlight.
• Do not spot halogen light on the
hood panel.
• Do not cover the hob panel.
• Do not interrupt the signal between
the hob and the hood (for example
with a hand or a cookware handle).
See the picture. Hood in the picture
is only exemplary.
It may happen that other
remote controlled
appliances may block the
signal. To avoid it do not
operate the remote of the
appliance and the hob at the
same time.
Cooker hoods with the Hob²Hood
function
To find the full range of cooker hoods
which work with this function refer to our
consumer website. The AEG cooker
hoods that work with this function must
have the symbol
.
9. CARE AND CLEANING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
9.1 General information
• Clean the hob after each use.
• Always use cookware with clean
bottom.
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• Scratches or dark stains on the surface
have no effect on how the hob
operates.
• Use a special cleaner applicable for
the surface of the hob.
• Use a special scraper for the glass.
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surface at an acute angle and move
the blade on the surface.
• Remove when the hob is sufficiently
cool: limescale rings, water rings, fat
stains, shiny metallic discoloration.
Clean the hob with a moist cloth and
non-abrasive detergent. After
cleaning, wipe the hob dry with a soft
cloth.
• Remove shiny metallic
discoloration: use a solution of water
with vinegar and clean the glass
surface with a moist cloth.
9.2 Cleaning the hob
• Remove immediately: melted plastic,
plastic foil, sugar and food with sugar.
If not, the dirt can cause damage to
the hob. Take care to avoid burns. Put
the special scraper on the glass
10. TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING!
Refer to Safety chapters.
10.1 What to do if...
Problem
Possible cause
You cannot activate or oper- The hob is not connected to
ate the hob.
an electrical supply or it is
connected incorrectly.
The fuse is blown.
Remedy
Check if the hob is correctly
connected to the electrical
supply. Refer to the connection diagram.
Make sure that the fuse is
the cause of the malfunction.
If the fuse is blown again
and again, contact a qualified electrician.
Activate the hob again and
set the heat setting in less
than 10 seconds.
You touched 2 or more sensor fields at the same time.
Touch only one sensor field.
There is water or fat stains
on the control panel.
Clean the control panel.
An acoustic signal sounds
You put something on one
and the hob deactivates.
or more sensor fields.
An acoustic signal sounds
when the hob is deactivated.
Remove the object from the
sensor fields.
The hob deactivates.
Remove the object from the
sensor field.
You put something on the
sensor field
.
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Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
Residual heat indicator does
not come on.
The zone is not hot because If the zone operated suffiit operated only for a short
ciently long to be hot, speak
time.
to an Authorised Service
Centre.
Hob²Hood function does not You covered the control
work.
panel.
Remove the object from the
control panel.
Automatic Heat Up function
does not operate.
The zone is hot.
Let the zone become sufficiently cool.
The highest heat setting is
set.
The highest heat setting has
the same power as the function.
The heat setting changes
between two levels.
Power management function Refer to "Daily use" chapter.
operates.
The sensor fields become
hot.
The cookware is too large or Put large cookware on the
you put it too near to the
rear zones if possible.
controls.
There is no signal when you
touch the panel sensor
fields.
The signals are deactivated.
Activate the signals.
Refer to "Daily use" chapter.
The flexible induction cooking area does not heat up
the cookware.
The cookware is in the
wrong position on the flexible induction cooking area.
Place the cookware in the
correct position on the flexible induction cooking area.
The position of the cookware depends on the activated function or function
mode.
Refer to "Flexible induction
cooking area" chapter.
The diameter of the bottom
of the cookware is incorrect
for the activated function or
function mode.
Use cookware with diameter
applicable to the activated
function or function mode.
Use cookware with diameter
smaller than 160 mm on a
single section of the flexible
induction cooking area.
Refer to "Flexible induction
cooking area" chapter.
comes on.
Automatic Switch Off operates.
Deactivate the hob and activate it again.
comes on.
The Child Safety Device or
the Lock function operates.
Refer to "Daily use" chapter.
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Problem
comes on.
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Possible cause
Remedy
There is no cookware on the
zone.
Put cookware on the zone.
The cookware is incorrect.
Use the correct cookware.
Refer to “Hints and tips”
chapter.
The diameter of the bottom
of the cookware is too small
for the zone.
Use cookware with correct
dimensions.
Refer to “Technical information” chapter.
FlexiBridge function operates. One or more sections
of the function mode which
operates are not covered by
the cookware.
Place the cookware on the
correct number of sections
of the function mode which
operates or change the function mode.
Refer to "Flexible induction
cooking area" chapter.
PowerSlide function operUse only one pot.
ates. Two pots are placed on Refer to "Flexible induction
the flexible induction cook- cooking area" chapter.
ing area.
and a number come on.
There is an error in the hob.
Disconnect the hob from the
electrical supply for some
time. Disconnect the fuse
from the electrical system of
the house. Connect it again.
If
comes on again, speak
to an Authorised Service
Centre.
comes on.
There is an error in the hob
because a cookware boiled
dry. Automatic Switch Off
and the overheating protection for the zones operate.
Deactivate the hob. Remove
the hot cookware. After approximately 30 seconds, activate the zone again. If the
cookware was the problem,
the error message goes out.
Residual heat indicator can
stay on. Let the cookware
become sufficiently cool.
Check if your cookware is
compatible with the hob.
Refer to “Hints and tips”
chapter.
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10.2 If you cannot find a
solution...
surface) and an error message that
comes on. Make sure, you operated the
hob correctly. If not the servicing by a
service technician or dealer will not be
free of charge, also during the warranty
period. The instructions about the
Service Centre and conditions of
guarantee are in the guarantee booklet.
If you cannot find a solution to the
problem yourself, contact your dealer or
an Authorised Service Centre. Give the
data from the rating plate. Give also
three digit letter code for the glass
ceramic (it is in the corner of the glass
11. TECHNICAL DATA
11.1 Rating plate
Modell HKP75410XB
Typ 60 GDD CP AU
Induction 7.4 kW
Ser.Nr. .................
AEG
PNC 949 597 126 01
220 - 240 V 50 - 60 Hz
Made in Germany
7.4 kW
11.2 Cooking zones specification
Cooking zone
Nominal power Power function
(maximum heat [W]
setting) [W]
Power function Cookware diammaximum dura- eter [mm]
tion [min]
Middle front
1400
2500
4
125 - 145
Right rear
2300
3600
10
180 - 240
Flexible induction cooking
area
2300
3200
10
minimum 100
The power of the cooking zones can be
different in some small range from the
data in the table. It changes with the
material and dimensions of the
cookware.
For optimal cooking results use
cookware not larger than the diameter in
the table.
12. ENERGY EFFICIENCY
12.1 Product information according to EU 66/2014
Model identification
HKP75410XB
Type of hob
Built-In Hob
Number of cooking zones
2
Number of cooking areas
1
Heating technology
Induction
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Diameter of circular cooking zones (Ø)
Middle front
Right rear
14.5 cm
24.0 cm
Lenght (L) and width (W) of
the cooking area
Left
L 45.3 cm
W 21.5 cm
Energy consumption per
cooking zone (EC electric
cooking)
Middle front
Right rear
176.2 Wh / kg
176.3 Wh / kg
Energy consumption of the Left
cooking area (EC electric
cooking)
182.5 Wh / kg
Energy consumption of the
hob (EC electric hob)
180.0 Wh / kg
EN 60350-2 - Household electric cooking
appliances - Part 2: Hobs - Methods for
measuring performance
12.2 Energy saving
You can save energy during everyday
cooking if you follow below hints.
• When you heat up water, use only the
amount you need.
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• If it is possible, always put the lids on
the cookware.
• Before you activate the cooking zone
put the cookware on it.
• Put the smaller cookware on the
smaller cooking zones.
• Put the cookware directly in the
centre of the cooking zone.
• Use the residual heat to keep the
food warm or to melt it.
13. WARRANTY
FOR SALES IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW
ZEALAND
ALL AEG BRANDED APPLIANCES
This document sets out the terms and
conditions of the product warranties
for AEG Appliances. It is an important
document. Please keep it with your
proof of purchase documents in a safe
place for future reference should there
be a manufacturing defect in your
Appliance. This warranty is in addition
to other rights you may have under
the Australian Consumer Law.
1. In this warranty:
a) ‘ACL’ or ‘Australian Consumer
Law’ means Schedule 2 to the
Competition and Consumer Act
2010;
b) ‘Appliance’ means any Electrolux
product purchased by you and
accompanied by this document;
c) ‘ASC’ means Electrolux’s
authorised serviced centres;
d) ‘AEG’ is the brand controlled by
Electrolux Home Products Pty
Ltd of 163 O’Riordan Street,
Mascot NSW 2020, ABN 51 004
762 341 in respect of Appliances
purchased in Australia and
Electrolux (NZ) Limited
(collectively “Electrolux”) of 3-5
Niall Burgess Road, Mount
Wellington, in respect of
Appliances purchased in New
Zealand;
e) ‘Warranty Period’ means the
period specified in clause 3 of
this warranty;
f) ‘you’ means the purchaser of the
Appliance not having purchased
the Appliance for re-sale, and
‘your’ has a corresponding
meaning.
2. Application: This warranty only
applies to new Appliances,
purchased and used in Australia or
New Zealand and is in addition to
(and does not exclude, restrict, or
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
modify in any way) other rights and
remedies under a law to which the
Appliances or services relate,
including any non-excludable
statutory guarantees in Australia and
New Zealand.
Warranty Period: Subject to these
terms and conditions, this warranty
continues for in Australia for a period
of 60 months and in New Zealand for
a period of 60 months, following the
date of original purchase of the
Appliance.
Repair or replace warranty: During
the Warranty Period, Electrolux or its
ASC will, at no extra charge if your
Appliance is readily accessible for
service, without special equipment
and subject to these terms and
conditions, repair or replace any
parts which it considers to be
defective. Electrolux may, in its
absolute discretion, choose whether
the remedy offered for a valid
warranty claim is repair or
replacement. Electrolux or its ASC
may use refurbished parts to repair
your Appliance. You agree that any
replaced Appliances or parts
become the property of Electrolux.
Travel and transportation costs:
Subject to clause 7, Electrolux will
bear the reasonable cost of
transportation, travel and delivery of
the Appliance to and from Electrolux
or its ASC. Travel and transportation
will be arranged by Electrolux as part
of any valid warranty claim.
Proof of purchase is required before
you can make a claim under this
warranty.
Exclusions: You may not make a
claim under this warranty unless the
defect claimed is due to faulty or
defective parts or workmanship. This
warranty does not cover:
a) light globes, batteries, filters or
similar perishable parts;
b) parts and Appliances not
supplied by Electrolux;
c) cosmetic damage which does
not affect the operation of the
Appliance;
d) damage to the Appliance caused
by:
– negligence or accident;
– misuse or abuse, including
failure to properly maintain or
service;
– improper, negligent or faulty
servicing or repair works done
by anyone other than an
Electrolux authorised repairer
or ASC;
– normal wear and tear;
– power surges, electrical storm
damage or incorrect power
supply;
– incomplete or improper
installation;
– incorrect, improper or
inappropriate operation;
– insect or vermin infestation;
– failure to comply with any
additional instructions
supplied with the Appliance;
In addition, Electrolux is not
liable under this warranty if:
– the Appliance has been, or
Electrolux reasonably believes
that the Appliance has been,
used for purposes other than
those for which the Appliance
was intended, including
where the Appliance has
been used for any nondomestic purpose;
– the Appliance is modified
without authority from
Electrolux in writing;
– the Appliance’s serial number
or warranty seal has been
removed or defaced.
8. How to claim under this warranty:
To enquire about claiming under this
warranty, please follow these steps:
a. carefully check the operating
instructions, user manual and the
terms of this warranty;
b. have the model and serial
number of the Appliance
available;
c. have the proof of purchase (e.g.
an invoice) available;
d. telephone the numbers shown
below.
9. Australia: For Appliances and
services provided by Electrolux in
Australia: Electrolux goods come
with guarantees that cannot be
excluded under the Australian
Consumer Law. You are entitled to a
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replacement or refund for a major
failure and for compensation for any
other reasonably foreseeable loss or
damage. You are also entitled to
have the Appliance repaired or
replaced if the Appliance fails to be
of acceptable quality and the failure
does not amount to a major failure.
‘Acceptable quality’ and ‘major
failure’ have the same meaning as
referred to in the ACL.
10. New Zealand: For Appliances and
services provided by Electrolux in
New Zealand, the Appliances come
with a guarantee by Electrolux
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pursuant to the provisions of the
Consumer Guarantees Act, the Sale
of Goods Act and the Fair Trading
Act. Where the Appliance was
purchased in New Zealand for
commercial purposes the Consumer
Guarantee Act does not apply.
11. Confidentiality: You accept that if
you make a warranty claim, Electrolux
and its agents including ASC may
exchange information in relation to
you to enable Electrolux to meet its
obligations under this warranty.
Important Notice
Before calling for service, please ensure that the steps listed in clause 8 above have been
followed.
SERVICE AUSTRALIA
aeg.com/au
FOR SERVICE
or to find the address of your nearest authorised service centre in Australia
PLEASE CALL 1300 363 664
OR EMAIL
customercare@aegaustralia.com.au
FOR SPARE PARTS
or to find the address of your nearest spare
parts centre in Australia
PLEASE CALL 13 13 50
OR EMAIL
customercare@aegaustralia.com.au
For the cost of a local call (Australia only)
For the cost of a local call (Australia only)
SERVICE NEW ZEALAND
aegnewzealand.co.nz
FOR SERVICE
or to find the address of your nearest authorised service centre in New Zealand
PLEASE CALL 0800 234 234
OR EMAIL
customercare@electrolux.co.nz
FOR SPARE PARTS
or to find the address of your nearest spare
parts centre in New Zealand
PLEASE CALL 0800 10 66 20
OR EMAIL
customercare@electrolux.co.nz
(New Zealand only)
(New Zealand only)
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14. ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
Recycle materials with the symbol .
Put the packaging in relevant containers
to recycle it. Help protect the
environment and human health by
recycling waste of electrical and
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electronic appliances. Do not dispose of
appliances marked with the symbol
with the household waste. Return the
product to your local recycling facility or
contact your municipal office.
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