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Fisher & Paykel CG903DNGGB1 User Manual
USER GUIDE
Gas-on-glass cooktop
CG301D, CG302D, CG451D, CG603D,
CG604D, CG752D, CG903D & CG905D
models
NZ AU GB IE IN PH
CONTENTS
Safety and warnings
2
Introduction
8
Using your cooktop
12
Cooking guidelines and cookware
14
Care and cleaning
15
Troubleshooting
19
Warranty and service
22
Energy guidelines
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IMPORTANT! SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
The models shown in this user guide may not be available in all markets and are subject
to change at any time. For current details about model and specification availability in
your country, please go to our website www.fisherpaykel.com or contact your local
Fisher & Paykel dealer.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
Operation and maintenance
WARNING!
Poisoning Hazard
Never use this appliance as a
space heater to heat or warm
the room. Doing so may result in
carbon monoxide poisoning and
overheating of the appliance.
Failure to follow this advice may
result in poisoning or death.
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WARNING!
Fire Hazard
Never leave the appliance
unattended when in use.
Boilover causes smoking
and greasy spillovers that may
ignite.
Failure to follow this advice may
result in serious injury.
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WARNING!
Explosion Hazard
Do not use or store flammable
materials such as gasoline near
this appliance.
Do not spray aerosols in the
vicinity of this appliance while it
is in operation.
Failure to follow this advice may
result in death or serious injury.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
Operation and maintenance
WARNING!
Hot Surface Hazard
This appliance becomes hot
during use.
This appliance becomes hot
during use.
Do not touch the cooktop
components, burners, pan
supports or the ceramic
glass when hot.Before cleaning,
turn the burners off and make
sure the whole cooktop is cool.
Failure to follow this advice may
result in serious injury.
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WARNING!
Electrical Shock Hazard
Switch the power to the cooktop
off at the wall before cleaning or
maintenance.
Do not cook on a broken or
cracked cooktop. If the glass
should break or crack, turn off
the gas supply and switch the
appliance off immediately at
the mains power supply (wall
switch) and contact a qualifi ed
technician.
Failure to follow this advice
may result in death or electrical
shock.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Keep children away from the cooktop
when it is in use.
Household appliances are not
intended to be played with by
children.
Children of less than 8 years old must
be kept away from the appliance
unless continuously supervised. This
appliance can be used by children
aged from 8 years and above, and
persons with reduced physical,
sensory or mental capabilities or
lack of experience and knowledge,
if they have been given supervision
or instruction concerning the use of
the appliance in a safe way and they
understand the hazards involved.
Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be done by children without
supervision.
If the electrical supply cord is
damaged, it must only be replaced by
an authorised person.
If the appliance is connected to the
gas supply with a flexible hose, make
sure that the hose cannot come
in contact with the bottom of the
appliance or any sharp edges.
Ensure that the electrical connection
plug is accessible after installation.
SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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This appliance should be connected to
a circuit that incorporates an isolating
switch providing full disconnection
from the electricity supply.
Do not use an asbestos mat or
decorative covers between the flame
and the saucepan as this may cause
serious damage to your cooktop.
Do not place aluminium foil or plastic
dishes on the cooktop burners.
Do not let large saucepans, frying
pans or woks push any other pans
aside. This could make them unstable
or deflect heat onto your benchtop
and damage the surface.
Do not use a steam cleaner for
cleaning this cooktop.
Saucepan handles may be hot to
touch. Ensure saucepan handles do
not overhang other gas burners that
are on. Keep handles out of reach of
children.
Do not stand or place heavy objects
on this appliance.
After use, ensure that the control dials
are in the ‘OFF’ (o) position.
Where this appliance is installed in
marine craft or in caravans, it shall not
be used as a space heater.
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SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Take care not to drop any heavy or
sharp objects on the cooktop. The
ceramic glass is tough, but sharp
or heavy objects falling on it (e.g.
pepper mill, heavy-based frying pan)
may crack or chip it.
The use of a gas cooking appliance
results in the production of heat and
moisture in the room in which it is
installed. Ensure the kitchen is well
ventilated. Keep natural ventilation
holes open or install a mechanical
ventilation 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.
After having unpacked the appliance,
check to ensure that it is not
damaged. In case of doubt, do not
use it and consult your supplier or a
professionally qualified technician.
SAFETY AND WARNINGS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Packing elements (eg plastic bags,
polystyrene foam, nails, packing
straps, etc.) should not be left around
within easy reach of children, as these
may cause serious injuries.
Do not modify this appliance.
This appliance is to be serviced only
by an authorised person.
Some products are supplied with
protective film on steel and aluminium
parts. This film must be removed
before using the appliance.
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INTRODUCTION
About your new cooktop
Thank you for buying a Fisher & Paykel gas cooktop. We recommend you read the
whole guide before using your new cooktop, for both safety and cooking success. For
more information, visit our local website listed on the back cover.
Safety feature: flame failure protection
Your cooktop is equipped with flame failure protection: the gas supply will automatically
be cut off to a burner that is accidentally blown out by a draught or extinguished by a
spill.
Before using the cooktop for the first time
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Read this user guide, taking special notice of the ‘Safety and Warnings’ section.
Check that the pan supports are all in place and stable, and the flame spreaders, burner
caps and rings are all seated correctly.
Check that the installer has completed the ‘Final checklist’ in the Installation instructions.
Ensure the power supply to the cooktop is turned on.
Cooktop layouts
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4
4
5
7
7
7
CG302D
CG451D
CG301D
4
7
6
CG752D
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6
6
6
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INTRODUCTION
1
1
1
4
3
7
1
5
7
6
CG604D
6
CG603D
4
1
4
7
6
CG903D
1
1
4
2
5
7
6
CG905D
1
2
3
4
5
6
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Semi-rapid burner
Rapid burner
Mini wok burner
Dual Wok burner
Auxiliary burner
Control dials
Stainless steel strip
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INTRODUCTION
Before using the cooktop for the first time
1 Wipe the glass surface with a clean damp cloth.
2 Check that the pan supports are all in place and stable, and the flame spreaders, burner
caps and rings are all seated correctly.
3 Check that the installer has completed the ‘Final checklist’ in the Installation instructions.
Note: the drawing opposite is for illustration purposes only. The location of burner
components varies, and some models do not have the dual wok burner.
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INTRODUCTION
Pan supports
Removable for cleaning
Ignitor
Clicks/sparks to light the gas
Flame failure probe
Cuts gas supply if
flames are accidentally
blown out
Burner skirt
Do not remove!
Burner cap and ring
Removable for cleaning
Support for small pans
To keep small diameter
pans stable
Flame spreader
Removable for
cleaning . Check the
flame ports from
time to time for food
residue that may cause
clogging, and clear if
necessary
Wok stand
Always use when cooking
with a wok!
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USING YOUR COOKTOP
Off
b
a
High
High
Low
Burner
indicator
1 Identify the dial of the burner you want
to use.
a
a
b
b
3 secs
2 Press down (a) then turn anti-clockwise to
High (b).
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The ignitors will start clicking as they
spark.
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If there is no clicking, there is no spark
to light the burner. If the burner fails to
light turn the dial back to off (o) and
see ‘Troubleshooting’.
a
High
b
Low
3 After the burner has lit, keep the dial
held down for 3 more seconds (a), then
release.
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You may now adjust the flame
anywhere between High and Low (b).
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Do not adjust or leave the dial
between High and off (o).
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On dual wok burners (some models
only) you can use the inner ring of
flame by itself. See the illustration
opposite.
4 When you have finished cooking, turn the
dial clockwise back to off (o).
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Check that the burner has gone out.
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Before leaving the kitchen, check that
all burners have been turned off.
IMPORTANT!
Turn the burner off (o) and see ‘Troubleshooting’ for what to do next if you experience
any of the following:
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There’s a strong gas smell.
The flame has been blown out by a
draught or extinguished by a spill.
There is no clicking/sparking or there is
clicking/sparking, but a burner or burners
won’t light.
The flames don’t burn all the way around
a burner, or some flames flicker.
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The flame goes out when you release
the dial 3 seconds after lighting.
The flame is yellow or yellow-tipped
rather than blue.
The flames are too large, small, irregular,
noisy or lift away from the burner.
USING YOUR COOKTOP
Adjusting the flame on the dual work burner
High
Both rings
High
Low
Low
Inner ring only
1 Always start out on High. Both rings of
flame will be on in the shaded setting
range.
Note: when turned all the way down,
the flame on the outer ring may appear
to come and go. If this occurs, adjust
the dial slightly back towards High for a
stable outer ring.
2 To use the inner ring of flames only,
continue turning the dial towards Low.
Only the inner ring will be on in the
shaded setting range.
Wok cooking
Use your wok only on the wok burner (dual or mini, depending on model) and with the
supplied wok stand in place, as shown.
IMPORTANT!
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Make sure that the wok stand is stable: its notches need to fit tightly over the pan
supports, as shown.
Make sure the wok does not push any other pans aside. This could make them
unstable, or deflect heat onto nearby walls or the benchtop.
Dual wok burner illustrated
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COOKING GUIDELINES AND COOKWARE
Cooking guidelines
IMPORTANT!
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Never leave the cooktop unattended when in use. Boilover causes smoking and
greasy spills that may ignite.
Take care when deep-frying: oil or fat can overheat very quickly, particularly on a high
setting.
Using a lid will reduce cooking times through retaining the heat.
Minimise the amount of liquid to reduce cooking times.
Support for small pans
To keep small diameter
pans stable
Cookware
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Use saucepans with thick flat bases.
Do not let large saucepans or frying pans overlap the bench, as this can deflect heat
onto your benchtop and damage its surface.
When using a wok, ensure it does not over hang the control dials.
Always make sure saucepans are stable by centring them over the burner. When using a
small diameter pan on the dual wok burner, always use the small pan support provided.
Make sure the size of the pan matches the size of the burner. A small pot on a large
burner is not efficient.The following table shows the minimum and maximum saucepan
base diameters that may be used on each burner:
BURNER
MAXIMUM DIAMETER
Auxiliary
n/a
22 cm
Semi-rapid
n/a
22 cm
Rapid
n/a
22 cm
regular pans (without
small pan support)
15 cm
22 cm
woks (with wok stand)
n/a
36 cm
regular pans (without
small pan support)
20 cm
34 cm
woks (with wok stand)
n/a
40 cm
Mini Wok
Dual Wok
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MINIMUM DIAMETER
CARE AND CLEANING
IMPORTANT!
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Before any cleaning or maintenance always:
turn all burners off.
switch the power to the cooktop off at the wall.
make sure that the cooktop and its parts are a safe temperature to touch.
General advice
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Clean the cooktop regularly—do not let stains become burnt on, as they may become
very difficult to remove.
Do not use abrasive cleaners, cloths or pads to clean any part of your cooktop. Some
nylon scourers may also scratch. Check the label.
Clean up spillages as soon as possible. If left to dry on, food residue may clog the flame
ports, causing an uneven flame pattern.
Make sure that no cleaner residue is left on any cooktop part; when heated, these could
stain the cooktop.
See the following pages for instructions on replacing the pan supports and
reassembling the burners correctly after cleaning.
Do not clean cooktop parts in a self-cleaning oven.
Do not use a steam cleaner.
WHAT?
HOW OFTEN?
Glass surfaces
After every use
Control dials
As needed
HOW?
1 Remove the pan supports,
burner caps, and flame
spreaders.
2 Remove any spills or burnton food. Soften stubborn
soiling under a hot soapy
cloth, then use a suitable
razor blade scraper to
remove.
3 Wipe with a clean, damp
cloth and dry with a lint-free
cloth. A microfibre cloth is
ideal for this.
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From time to time, apply
ceramic glass cooktop
cleaner for protection and
a streak-free look, following
the cleaner manufacturer’s
instructions.
1 Wipe with a damp cloth and
mild detergent. Stainless
steel cleaner can be used on
the top surface of the dials
only.
2 Dry thoroughly with a soft
cloth.
IMPORTANT!
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Remove stains left by sugary
food or spillovers as soon
as possible. If left to burn
on, they may be difficult to
remove or even permanently
damage the glass surface.
Take extreme care when
working around hot surfaces!
Heavy-duty scourers, some
nylon scourers and harsh/
abrasive cleaning agents
may scratch the glass.
Always read the label to
check if your cleaner or
scourer is suitable.
Do not use oven cleaner on
the dials, as doing so may
damage their coating.
Do not clean in dishwasher.
These parts are not
dishwasher safe.
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CARE AND CLEANING
WHAT?
HOW OFTEN?
Burner caps
and rings, flame
spreaders, pan
supports, wok
stand
As needed, but
at least once a
month
HOW?
IMPORTANT!
1 Remove the parts that you
wish to clean.
See the the illustrations
following this chart.
2 Soak stubborn stains in
a solution of biological
clothes washing detergent
or powdered dishwasher
detergent.
3 Clean the parts in hot soapy
water. Use a stiff nylon brush
or straight-ended paper clip
to clear the flame ports.
Flame ports
(mini wok
burner
only)
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Flame
ports
4 Rinse in warm water.
5 Dry thoroughly.
6 Replace the parts correctly,
as shown in the drawings
following this chart.
Ignitor and
probe
Make sure you keep the
flame ports clear. Soiling
from food spillage may clog
these and cause ignition
problems or uneven flame
patterns.
Remove stains left by food
or spillovers as soon as
possible. If left to burn on,
they may be difficult to
remove or even permanently
discolour these parts.
Before replacing the burner
parts, make sure that they
are completely dry. Wet
burner parts may result in an
irregular flame.
Before lighting a burner you
have reassembled, check
that all of its parts have
been positioned correctly.
Incorrect assembly can cause
dangerous irregular flames
and ignition problems.
A clean ignitor ensures
trouble-free sparking. Check
the ignitor regularly to make
sure it is clean.
Clean these very carefully
using a toothbrush dipped
into methylated spirits.
At least once
a month
Probe
Ignitor
All gas
components of
the cooktop
Once every 3-4
years
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Contact your local
Authorised Repairer to
perform a thorough check
on all gas components of the
cooktop.
For Authorised Repairer
details, see your Service &
warranty book or contact
Customer Care.
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All checking and
maintenance must be
performed by a suitably
qualified person.
If the gas is connected with
a flexible hose, checking
should include inspecting the
entire length of the flexible
hose assembly for any sign
of wear or damage.
CARE AND CLEANING
Replacing the pan supports correctly
IMPORTANT!
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Make sure you use the correct pan support for the burner.
Check that the pan support is the right way around and in the correct orientation. The
wok burners have three locating recesses and the other burners have two locating
nodules on the burner cap.
Semi-rapid, rapid and auxiliary burners
Dual and mini wok burners
Dual wok burner
illustrated
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CARE AND CLEANING
Replacing the burner parts correctly
Semi-rapid, rapid, and auxiliary burners
Cap
Flame
spreader
Probe
Ignitor
Dual and mini wok burners (Dual wok burner illustrated)
Cap
Flame
spreader
Ring
Ignitor
Probe
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
There is a strong gas
smell.
The gas connection could be leaking because of
incorrect installation or damaged piping
IMPORTANT!
Do not use any electrical equipment or operate any
electrical switches.
1 If any burners are on, turn all of them off
immediately.
2 If you know how to shut off the gas supply to your
cooktop (either at the valve or the gas bottle), do so.
3 Open a window to let the gas out.
4 Contact your local Authorised Repairer as soon as
possible.
IMPORTANT!
Do not use the cooktop until it has been repaired.
There is a slight rubbery or
metallic smell when I use the
cooktop for the first time.
This is normal for first use and is caused by
manufacturing residues burning off. The smell will
disappear with use.
There is a power failure.
You can still use your cooktop, but will need to matchlight the burner(s). To do so, press down and turn the
dial anticlockwise to High while holding a lighted match
close to the side of the burner. Keep the dial held down
for 3 seconds after the burner has lit, then release. Wait
until the flame is burning evenly before adjusting it.
There is no clicking/
sparking.
There is a power failure. See entry ‘There is a power
failure’ above.
The ignitor(s) may be dirty or wet. Clean them following
the instructions in ‘Care and cleaning’.
There is clicking/sparking,
but a burner or burners won’t
light easily or at all.
Wait 1 minute, then try to relighting the burner
again, holding the dial for a few more seconds this time
around. If this doesn’t work and the burner still won’t
light, see the other possible causes and solutions below.
The gas supply may not be turned on at the valve or gas
bottle. Turn all the burners off, and check whether the
gas supply to the cooktop is turned on.
The gas supply to the house may not be working. You
should hear the gas when you turn a burner on.
If you use bottled gas, this may indicate you are getting
near the end of the bottle and need to replace it.
Burner parts may be clogged or wet. Make sure that
they are clean and dry. See ‘Care and cleaning’ for
instructions.
Burner parts may not have been replaced correctly.
Check the assembly and make sure the burner cap is
sitting flat. See ‘Care and cleaning’ for illustrations.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
The burner goes out
when I release the dial
3 seconds after the
flame lighting.
Try lighting the burner again, this time holding the dial
down longer.
The flame has been
blown out by a draught
or extinguished by a
spill.
The flame failure protection will automatically cut the
gas supply to the burner off, stopping unburnt gas from
escaping.
Turn the affected burner off, then wait for at least 1
minute before attempting to relight. This is to allow
for any small amount of gas that may have escaped to
disperse.
The flame goes out at
low settings.
The gas supply pressure may be low. Check this with
your service person or installer.
If you use bottled gas, this may indicate you are getting
near the end of the bottle
The flames are yellow
or yellow-tipped rather than
blue.
Burner parts (especially the flame ports) may be clogged
or wet. Check that they are clean and dry.
The flame pattern is uneven
around the burner.
Burner parts (especially the flame ports) may be clogged
or wet. Check that they are clean and dry. See ‘Care and
cleaning’ for instructions and illustrations on clearing
clogged flame ports. After cleaning, check that there is
flame coming out of each port.
The cooktop may have been connected to the wrong
type of gas or the gas pressure is not correct. Contact
Customer Care and do not use your cooktop until it has
been checked by a qualified technician.
Flame ports (mini wok burner only)
Flame ports
Burner parts may not have been replaced correctly.
Check the assembly and make sure the burner cap and/
or ring is sitting flat on the flame spreader. See ‘Care and
cleaning’ for illustrations.
Burner cap
Flame spreader
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
The flames are too
large, or too small.
The cooktop may have been connected to the wrong
type of gas. Contact Customer Care and do not use
your cooktop until it has been checked by a qualified
technician.
The flames are noisy.
The flames lift away
from the burner.
The glass surface of
the cooktop has
chipped or cracked.
Contact Customer Care and do not use your cooktop
until it has been repaired.
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
Before you call for service or assistance ...
Check the things you can do yourself. Refer to the installation instructions and your
user guide and check that:
1 Your product is correctly installed.
2 You are familiar with its normal operation.
If after checking these points you still need assistance or parts, please refer to the
Service & Warranty book for warranty details and your nearest Authorised Service
Centre, Customer Care, or contact us through our website www.fisherpaykel.com.
This cooktop has been designed and constructed in accordance with the following
codes and specifications:
In New Zealand and Australia:
AS4551-2008 Domestic Gas cooking appliances
AS/NZS 60335.1 General Requirements for Safety of household and similar electrical
appliances
AS/NZS 60335.2.102 Particular Requirements for gas, oil and solid-burning appliances
having electrical connections
Complete and keep for safe reference:
Model
Serial No.
Purchase Date
Purchaser
Dealer
Suburb
Town
Country
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WARRANTY AND SERVICE
In the United Kingdom:
Safety requirements of EEC Directive “Gas” 2009/142
- EN 30-1-1
- EN 30-2-1
- EN 437
Safety requirements of EEC Directive “Low voltage” 2006/95:
- EN 60335-1 General Requirements for Domestic electrical appliances
- EN 60335-2-6 Particular Requirements for Domestic electrical cooking appliances
Safety requirements of EEC Directive “EMC” 2004/108:
- EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3 Electromagnetic Compatibility
Requirements
Requirements of EEC Directive 93/68.
European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(WEEE) (for European Union countries only)
GB This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring this product is disposed of
correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of
this product.
The symbol
on the product, or on the documents accompanying the product,
indicates that this appliance may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall
be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical
and electronic equipment. Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local
environmental regulations for waste disposal. For more detailed information about
treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please contact your local city office,
your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.
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55.1% (1)
57.9% (1)
Rapid
Auxiliary
57.6 %
57.9% (1)
59.4%(2)
53.8% (1)
CG604DLPGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
57.5%
59.4% (2)
53.8% (1)
CG603DLPPGB
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
58.7%
57.9% (1)
59.4% (1)
CG302DLPGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
57.4%
57.4% (1)
CG301DLPGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
55.6%
na
Auxiliary
Energy
Efficiency
(%) Of
Cooktop.
54.3 % (2)
57.3 % (1)
Semi-rapid
Rapid
56.3 % (1)
CG905DNGGB
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
Dual Wok/
Mini wok
BURNER
55 %
na
54.3 % (2)
56.8% (1)
CG604DNGGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
55 %
54.3 % (2)
56.3 % (1)
CG603DNGPGB
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
54.3%
na
54.3 % (1)
CG302DNGGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
54.6%
54.6% (1)
56.3 %
56.3 % (1)
56.3 %
56.3 % (2)
55.6%
54.3 % (1)
56.3 % (2)
CG903DNGGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
55.7%
59.4% (1)
59.4% (1)
53.8% (2)
CG903DLPGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
CG752DNGGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
53.8%
53.8% (2)
CG752DLPGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
CG451DNGGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
53.8%
53.8%
CG451DLPGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
CG301DNGGB1
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
NG Gas Energy Efficiency (%)* of burners with a power of greater than 1.15kW.
57.1%
59.4 % (2)
Semi-rapid
Energy
Efficiency
(%) Of
Cooktop.
53.8% (1)
Dual Wok/
Mini wok
CG905DLPGB
EFFICIENCY /
(NO. OF
BURNERS.)
Energy consumption for gas cooking appliances are calculated using the following Standards:
BS EN 30-2-1 – Rational use of energy - Domestic cooking appliances burning gas
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BURNER
LP Gas Energy Efficiency (%)* of burners with a power of greater than 1.15kW
ENERGY GUIDELINES (GB IE ONLY)
ENERGY GUIDELINES (GB IE ONLY)
Reducing the environmental impact of cooking
Reducing energy consumption will reduce the impact of cooking on the environment.
You can reduce energy consumption by:
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Thawing frozen foods in the refrigerator first
Using a moderate setting to conserve gas
Having your burners adjusted by a qualified technician if the flame is yellow
Ensuring burner parts are clean and dry, as clogged ports will reduce efficiency.
Using the correct sized pot
Adjusting the flame correctly – the flame should not extend beyond the edge of the pot
Using a pressure cooker
Cutting food into smaller pieces - this will reduce cooking time
Use a steamer or a pan with a divider to cook different vegetables at the same time
Using a cover when boiling water to reduce the time it takes to get to the boil.
Simmering liquid cooked foods instead of boiling vigorously
Keeping pot lids on to reduce heat loss
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