Artusi AFGE6070W, AFGE5440W, AFGE5470X, AFGE5470W User manual

Artusi AFGE6070W, AFGE5440W, AFGE5470X, AFGE5470W User manual
AFGE5440W
AFGE5470W
AFGE5470X
AFGE6070W
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Do not use the oven until you have read this instruction manual
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DEAR CUSTOMER
This appliance has been designed to be efficient and easy to use.The following
instructions will show you how to best operate your appliance to enjoy years of
hassle-free use.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety instructions .................................................................................................... 4
How to save energy............................................................................................................ 7
Unpacking.......................................................................................................................... 7
Disposal of the appliance....................................................................................................7
it is important to keep this instruction manual and store it in a safe place so that it can
be referenced at any time.
For your peace of mind,this appliance has been thoroughly tested with regard to safety
and functionality before leaving the factory.
Description of the appliance..................................................................................8
Installation.....................................................................................................................9
Operation.......................................................................................................................14
Prior first use......................................................................................................................14
How to use gas burners .......................................................................................... 15
Caution!
Oven ..............................................................................................................................16
Baking in the oven ...................................................................................................19
Cleaning and maintenance....................................................................................21
Technical information .............................................................................................25
Electric element chart ............................................................................................25
Do not use this appliance until you have read this instruction manual.
This appliance is intended for household use only.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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To avoid any possible hazard, the appliance must be installed by qualified/authorised
personnel only. Installation should be carried out in accordance with the legal
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
●
Do not make your own alterations to the cooker in order to adapt it to a different
type of gas, move the cooker to another place or make changes to the power
supply. These operations may only be carried out by an authorised electrician or
gas fitter.
●
Do not use harsh cleaning agents or sharp metal objects to clean the door as they
can scratch the surface, which could then result in the glass cracking.
●
IN CASE OF ANY SUSPICION OF GAS LEAKAGE YOU MUST NOT:
Light matches, smoke cigarettes, swith electrical switches(eg.door bell or light
switch) on and off, or use other electric or mechanical devices that create electrical
or percussive sparks. In such a case, immediately close the cylinder valve or tap
cutting off gas supply, air the room, and then call a person authorized to repair the
source of the leakage.
●
In the event of any incident caused by a technical fault, disconnect the power
(applying the above rule) and report the fault to the service centre to be repaired.
regulations and technical requirements of the local gas supplier. Important
instructions in this regard may be found in the section “Installation”.
●
The appliance becomes hot during operation. Take care not to touch the hot parts
inside the oven.
●
Please pay attention to children in the vicinity of the appliance. ln particular,hot
surface burners, the oven chamber, grates, the door pane, and pans containing hot
liquids standing on the hob may cause burns to children.
●
Mind that electrical connection leads from other home appliances (e.g. of a food mixer )
do not touch hot parts of the cooker.
●
Do not place flammable material into the utility drawer
●
Do not leave the cooker unattended when frying. Oils and fats may catch fire due to
overheating.
●
At the point of boiling, mind to avoid spills on the burner.
●
If the cooker is damaged, it may be used again only after the fault has been fixed by
an authorised person.
●
Do not open the tap on the gas connection or cylinder valve before checking that all
burner knobs are closed.
●
Do not allow the burners to be soiled or liquids to spill on the burners. If soiled, clean
and dry burners immediately after they have cooled down.
● Do not put pans directly onto burners.
● Never use the burners or the oven for heating of the room. Never place empty dishes
upon the cooking zones.
●
Do not place pans with a weight greater than 10kg onto the grate over one burner, or
pans with a total weight of over 40 kg on the whole grate.
●
Do not open the cooker knobs before already having a lighted match or a gas lighter in
your hand.
●
Do not put out a burner flame by blowing .
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● Do not attach any antenna cords (e.g. radio) to the gas supply.
●
In a case of gas escaping form leaky piping and catching frie, close gas supply
immediately using a cutting-off valve.
●
In a case of gas escaping from a leaky cylinder and catching fire: throw a wet
blanket over the cylinder to cool it down and turn off the cylinder valve.
Do not use the damaged cylinder.
●
When the cooker is not to be used for several days, close the main valve on the gas
piping.
●
The cooker should not be cleaned using steam equipment.
●
Do not subject the knobs and burners to sharp forces.
●
Alterations and repairs carried out by an unqualified person are not allowed.
●
Do not put pans weighing over 15kg on the opened door of the oven.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
● During the operation of gas burners the room may be filled with extra heat and
humidity, so it is necessary to assure adequate ventilation. Occasional opening of the
window or door should provide enough exchange of air. During the prolonged use of
the appliance, or during a very intense use, more ventilation will be required, and it will
probably be necessary to engage the extractor hood.
● Do not use the cooker in the event of a technical fault. Any faults must be fixed by an
appropriately qualified and authorized person.
● The rules and provisions contained in this instruction manual should be strictly
observed. Do not allow anybody who is not familiar with the contents of this instruction
manual to operate the cooker.
● Never put aluminum foil on the bottom of the oven, and do not place any crockery upon
the bottom of the oven.
Must not be installed in a marine craft, caravan or mobile home, unless each
burner is fitted with a flame safeguard.
DO NOT USE OR STORE FLAMMABLE MATERIALS IN THE APPLIANCE
STORAGE DRAWER OR NEAR THIS APPLIANCE
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE
WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
WHERE THIS APPLIANCE IS INSTALLED IN MARINE CRAFT OR IN
CARAVANS, IT SHALL NOT BE USED AS A SPACE HEATER
DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE
DO NOT PLACE ARTICLES ON OR AGAINST THIS APPLIANCE
Not suitable for use with aftermarket lids or covers.
HOW TO SAVE ENERGY
UNPACKING
Using energy in a
responsible way not only
saves money but also
helps the environment. So
let’s save energy!
● Use proper pans for cooking.
A saucepan should never be smaller than
a burner crown.
● Ensure that the burners, the grate ,and
the hob are clean.
Soiling can prevent heat transfer and, when
left alone, can often only be removed by
cleaning products which are harmful to the
environment.
In particular, pay careful attention to the
flame opening in the rings under burner
caps, and the burner nozzles.
During transportation,
protective packaging was
used to protect the
appliance against any
damage.
After unpacking, please dispose of all
elements of packaging in a way that will
not cause damage to the environment.
All materials used for packaging the
appliance are environmentally friendly;
they are 100% recyclable and are marked
with the appropriate symbol.
Caution!
During unpacking, the packaging materials
(polythene bags, polystyrene pieces, etc.)
should be kept out of reach of children.
● Do not uncover pans or open the oven
door more than necessary during cooking.
DISPOSAL OF THE APPLIANCE
● Only use the oven when cooking larger
dishes.
● Make use of residual heat from the oven.
if the cooking time is greater than 40
minutes, it is recommended to switch off
the oven 10 minutes before the end time.
Old appliances should not
simply be disposed of with
normal household waste,
but should be delivered to
a collection and recycling
centre for electric and
electronic equipment.
A symbol shown on the product, the
instruction manual or the packaging shows
that it is suitable for recycling.
● Make sure the oven door is properly
closed.
Heat can leak through spillages on the
door seals. Clean up any spillages
immediately.
Materials used inside the appliance are
recyclable and are labeled with information
concerning this. By recycling materials or
other parts from used devices you are
making a significant contribution to the
protection of our environment.
Meat of up to 1 kg can be prepared more
economically in a pan on the cooker burner.
● Do not install the cooker in the direct
vicinity of refrigerators/freezers.
Otherwise household energy consumption
Information on appropriate disposal
centers for used devices can be provided
by your local authority.
increases unnecessarily.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
INSTALLATION
This appliance must be installed by an authorised person in accordance with
this instruction manual, AS/NZS 5601.1-Gas installations (installation and
pipe sizing), local gas fitting regulations, local electrical regulations,
Building Code of Australia and any other government authority.
Overhead clearances-(Measurement
AFGE5470W/AFGE5470X
Auxiliary burner
Semi-Rapid burner
Wok burner
Grate
Semi-Rapid burner
Control panel
Burner safety valve
Spark ignitor
(optional)
Oven door handle
THE TWO INSETS RELATE TO
REQUIRENT 3 BELOW
Horizontal combustible
surface below hob
Drawer
OR
Horizontal combustible
surface above trivet
AFGE5440W
Semi-Rapid burner
Semi-Rapid burner
Auxiliary burner
NOTE: In this case, any
vertical combustible
surface needs to be
protected to conform with
requirement 2 below
Wok burner
Grate
Control panel
Oven door handle
ƽ
If the appliance is used for extended
periods, it may be necessary to open
a window in order to boost ventilation.
Drawer
AFGE6070W
Rapid burner
Auxiliary burner
The kitchen where the appliance is to
be installed must be dry and well
ventilated.
ƽ
The room should be equipped with a
ventilation system that pipes away
exhaust fumes created during
combustion. This system should
consist of a ventilation grid or hood.
Hoods should be installed according
to the manufacturer’s instructions.
The cooker should be placed so as
to ensure free access to all control
elements.
Semi-Rapid burner
Wok burner
Grate
Control panel
Oven door handle
Drawer
Because we contiunally strive to improve our products.
We may change our specifications and designes without prior notice.
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A) Range
hoods and exhaust fans shall be installed in accordance
with the manufacturer’s
relevant instructions. However, in no case shall the
clearance between the highest part of the hob of the gas
cooking appliance and a range hood be less than 600
mm or, for an overhead exhaust fan, 750mm
Side clearances-(Measurements B,&C) Where B
measured from the periphery of the nearest burner to
any vertical combustible surface, or vertical combustible
surface. covered with toughened glass or sheet metal, is
less than 200mm, the surface shall be protected to a
height C of not less than 150 mm above the hob for the
full dimension (width or depth) of the cooking surface
area. Where the gas cooking appliance is fitted with a
splashback, protection of the rear wall is not required.
Additional requirements for freestanding and
elevated gas cooking appliances-(Measurements D
&E).Where D, the distance from the periphery of the
nearest burner to a horizontal combustible surface is
less than 200mm, then E shall be 10 mm or more, or
the horizontal surface shall be above the trivet.
ƽ The cooker should stand on a hard,
even floor (do not put it on a base).
ƽ Before you start using the cooker, it
should be leveled, which is particularly
important for fat distribution in a frying
pan. To this purpose, adjustable feet
can be found upon removing the utility
drawer. The adjustment range is +/-5mm.
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INSTALLATION
●
Install the cooktop
Remove the crown caps and burner
crowns from the oven, and arrange
them on the cooktop as per the earlier
diagram entitled. Description of the
appliance! These components will fit
together neatly when correctly installed.
INSTALLATION
Gas connection
Caution!
The cooker should only be connected to a
gas supply of the particular type that the
appliance is manufactured to function with.
Information about the type of gas that the
cooker has been adapted to by the factory
is shown on the rear panel.
Caution!
On completion of the cooker installation,
the tightness of all connections should be
checked, e.g. applying water with soap.
Do not use fire to check tightness.
Fix the cooker to the back wallwith
2 chains
Flexible hose connection
In case the appliance is connected by
means of a flexible hose, the position A of
the hose is not permissible.
In case the connection hose is made of
metal, position A is permissible.
This appliance is suitable for connection with rigid
pipe or flexible hose. The isolating manual shut-off
valve connection point must be accessible when
the appliance is installed.
A
Natural Gas: the supplied regulator must be fitted
to the appliance inlet connection. Gas pressure must
be adjusted to 1.0 kPa when approximately 50%
The crown cap and burner cap must be tightly of the burnersare on high flame, the appliance test
installed to ensure that the gas flame burns point is located on the regulator.
Caution!
as intended. if the flame fails to ignite, it may
LPG: the supplied test point adaptor must be fitted
be because these components have been
to the appliance inlet connection. Gas pressure must
incorrectly installed.
be adjusted to 2.75 kPa, the appliance test point
is located on the test point adaptor.
To fit the rear panel/splashback,slide the
lugs on the bottom of the panel into the
matching slots on rear of stove and fix
with screws provided.
Suitable for connection with a flexible hose assembly.
The flexible hose assembly must be certified to
AS/NZS 1869 class B or D, be of appropriate internal
diameter for the total gasconsumption, be kept as
short as possible (not exceeding 1200mm), must
not be in contact with the floor or any hot or sharp
surfaces. The hose assembly must not be subject
to strain, abrasion, kinking or deformation.
Gas leakage and operation of the appliance must
be tested by the installer before leaving. Check all
burner flames are blue in colour, stable and
completely ignite at both high low flame settings
with no appreciable yellow tipping, carbon
deposition, lifting, floating, lighting back or
objectionable odour. Test burners individually and
in combination.
D
Anti tilt chains are located at the rear of the
appliance and must be secured to the wall
behind the appliance to prevent accidental
tipping/tilting. The chain length must be as
short as practicable to avoid appliance tilting
forward and also diagonal to avoid appliance
moving sideways.
B
C
Beginning of operation
Start using the appliance in accordance
with the instructions for use.
Ignite all burners and check the stability of
the flame with high and low setting. Adjust
air intake if necessary. After that, take time
and explain the operation and control of
the appliance to the user, referring to this
instruction manual as necessary.
For minor adjustment and fault finding refer to
page 25 If this appliance cannot be adjusted to
perform correctly. Refer to the warranty card for
service & parts contact information. Where the
data plate is obscured by cabinetry when the cooker
is in the installed position, place the supplied
duplicate data plate to a suitable adjacent surface
or within the instruction manual for future reference.
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
In order to adapt the cooker to burn a
different type of gas, you should:
Adapting the cooker
another type of gas
This operation may only be carried out by
an appropriately authorised person.
● Exchange nozzles (see tables below),
● Adjust the flame intensity.
To adapt the cooker to be
another type of gas, the burner nozzles
must be exchanged and the flame adjusted.
Caution!
When leaving the factory, burners are
adapted to use the gas specified on their
data plates and guarantee cards.
Injector Table
Upright
Burner
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
Rapid
Wok
600mm
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
Rapid
Gas type
Natural gas
0.87
1.13
1.45
1.65
Universal
LPG
0.51
0.67
0.87
0.95
Wok
Upright
Burner
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
Injector
Size(mm)
Gas type
Natural gas
Wok
Injector
Size(mm)
0.87
1.13
1.65
TPP
(kPa)
NGC
(MJ/h)
1.0
3.6
6.3
10.8
12.6
2.75
3.3
6.2
10.8
12.6
TPP
(kPa)
NGC
(MJ/h)
1.0
3.6
6.3x2
12.6
2.75
3.3
6.2x2
12.6
Replacement of a burner
injector: Unscrew the
injector with special socket
spanner NO 7 and replace
with a new one according
to a type of gas(see
tables), page 12
In cookers with a safety device, a knob
with a surface burner safety valve is used,
(Fig.B). Knobs should be adjusted with the
burner switched on and set to the
economical flame position, using an
adjustment screwdriver of the 2.5mm size.
Caution!
● Adapting the appliance to a different
type of gas than that indicated by the
manufacturer of the cooker on the
data plate, or purchasing a cooker for
a different type of gas than supplied to
the house, is exclusively the
responsibility of the user and the fitter.
●
After adjustment is completed, affix a
label to the cooker indicating the type
of gas to which the cooker is now adapted.
Fig. B
A knob with a
surface burner
safety valve
540mm
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
Wok
Universal
LPG
0.51
0.67
0.95
Fig. B
Economical
Total Gas Consumption
600mm
Natural gas 33.3MJ/h - Universal LPG 32.9MJ/h
540mm
Natural gas 28.8MJ/h - Universal LPG 28.3MJ/h
Burner turndown flame must also be adjusted to 25% of the
high flame, refer to page 13 for adjustment screw location.
In order to perform the turndown adjustment, remove the gas burner control knobs.
A correct flame has distinct internal cones of blue colour. A short, humming
flame or long, yellow and smoking one, without clearly outlined cones, shows improper
quality of gas in the household piping or a damaged or soiled burner. In order to cheak a
flame, heat a burner for around 10 minutes with a full flame, and next turn the valve knob
to the turndown flame position. The flame should not go out or jump onto the nozzles.
Hotplate burners do not require adjustment of primary air.
When converting to a different gas type refer to page 10; gas connection.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
AFGE5470W/AFGE5470X/AFGE6070W
Oven function Control knobs
Oven temperture Control knobs
How to use gas burners
Choice of cookware
Mind that the diameter of a pan base is
always larger than the burner flame crown,
and that the pan itself is covered. The
recommended pan diameter is around 2.5
to 3 times larger than the burner diameter,
that is, for:
Oven operation
signal light orange
Mechanical timer
AFGE5440W
Top burner control knobs
Oven operation
signal light orange
Oven temperture
Control knobs
Oven function Control knobs
ƽ An auxiliary burner- a pan with a
diameter of 90 to 150 mm,
ƽ An medium burner- a pan with a
diameter of 160 to 220 mm,
ƽ A large burner - a pan with a diameter
of 200 to 240 mm, and the pan height
should not be greater than its
diameter.
RIGHT
WRONG
Top burner control knobs
Before first use
Remove packaging elements,
Gently (slowly) remove labels from the
over door, trying not to break the glue
tape. If any visible trace is left on the
glass, warm up the oven chamber(see
below), spray the warmed-up glass with
a glass cleaner, and wipe off with a soft
cloth.
Empty the utility drawer, and clean off
factory preservatives from the oven
chamber with warm soapy water
Take out and wash the oven fittings with
warm water and a little washing-up liquid.
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Switch on the ventilation in the room or
open a window,
Heat the oven(to a temperature of
250 , for approximately 30 min.),
remove any stains and wash carefully.
When handing the cooker, follow the
safety instructions carefully.
When heating the oven for the first time,
it is normal for it to give off smoke and
a peculiar smell. This will disappear
about 30 minutes later.
The oven chamber should only be
washed with water and a small amount
of washing-up liquid.
Gas burner control knobs
Postition
burner"switched off"
Position
"large flame"
Position
"economical flame"
Ignition without an ignitor
z
Light a match.
z
Press in the knob to the end and turn
z
z
it left to the “large flame” position
Ignite gas with a match.ˈ
Set required flame size(e.g.
ˈ
“economical”
)ˈ
Switch off the burner after finishing
cooking, turning the knob right (to the
off position ).
Knob ignition
z
Press in the knob to the end and turn
it left to the “large flame” position ,
z
z
z
Hold until gas is litˈ
After the flame is lighted release the
pressure on the knob and set a
required flame size.
Caution !
In cooker models equipped with a surface
burner safety valve, hold the knob pressed
down to the end when igniting for 10
seconds at the “large flame” position to
activate the safety device.
If the ignition device is out of order, either
due to power failure or humid ignition
device, use a match or a lighter to ignite
the gas.
ƽ Keep the button pressed for
approximately 10 second after ignition
to stabilize the flame.
ƽ If you failed to ignite the burner after
15 seconds. Shut the burner off and
wait for at least one minute before the
next attempt.
Do not place anything, e.g. flame tamer or
griddle plate between pan and pan support.
Do not remove the pan support and enclose
the burner with a work stand, only use the
wok support supplied. Do not use large pots
or heavy weights which can bend the pan
support or deflect flame onto the hotplate.
Locate pan centrally over the burner so that
it is stable and does not overhang the
appliance.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
Selection of the approprite flame
A correctly adjusted burner has a light blue
flame with a clearly visible internal cone.
Flame size depends on the position of the
burner knob which has been set:
Large flame
Small flame(“economical flame”)
Burner switched off (gas supply is cut
off)
Depending on requirements, flame size
can be set in a continuous manner.
Oven
Oven is controlled by the function knob
and the temperature control knob.
Caution!
When selecting any oven function, the
oven will only be switched on after the
temperature has been set by the
temperature selection knob.
Mechanical timer
When using the oven, you must set
food cooking time.
1.Tun mechanical timer to the time
position you want.
2.Tun function knob to the function
position you want.
3.Tun temperature knob to the
Temperature control knob
WRONG
temperature position you want.
RIGHT
Button positions between and are
not recommended. In these positions,
the flame is not stabilized and may be
extinguished.
The mechanical timer knob
If the burner flame extinguishes,
shut the burner off and wait for at least
one minute before next attempt.
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4.After above operation, oven knob
runs normally.
5.When oven works till pre-set time,
timer will have sound which means
the cooking is finished.
If you don’t want the oven work
controlled by the mechanical timer,
you can turn the mechanical time to
the position
Before igniting the burners cover them
with appropriate cookware.
Operation of the burner protection
valve
Some models are equipped with an
automatic system that cuts off gas supply
to a burner when the flame has
disappeared.
This system protects the cooker against
gas leakage when the flame on a burner
goes out e.g. in case of spillage.
The user’s intervention is needed to
re-ignite the burner.
Caution !
At this oven function knob position.
The oven is not being warmed up.
Classic Convection
Setting the knob to this position allows
the oven to be heated conventionally.
Static Grill
When the “combined grill” is active it
enables grilling with the grill and with the
top heater switched on at the same time.
This function allows a higher temperature
at the top of the cooking area, which
cause more intense browning of the dish
and permits larger portions to be grilled.
Caution !
If the flame goes out repeat the
procedure.
Possible settings of the oven
function knob
Warning!
When using function grill it is recommended
that the oven door is closed.
When the grill is in use accessible parts
can become hot.
it is best to keep children away from the
oven.
Half Fan Grill
The Function knob
Caution !
When selecting any heating function
(switching a heater on etc.) the oven will
only be switched on after the temperature
has been set by the temperature regulator
knob.
Caution !
When selecting any oven function, the
oven will only be switched on after the
temperature has been set by the
temperature selection knob.
When the knob is turned to this position,
the oven activates the grill and fan funtion
In pratice, this function allows the grilling
process to be speeded and an improvement
in the taste of the dish, you should only
use the gill with the oven door shut.
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OPERATION
Base Heat
At this oven function knob position, the
oven activates the bottom heater.
Defrost
This function for defrosting
Fan Forced
At this function, allows the oven to be
heating up in a forced way with the
thermofan, which is in the central part of
the oven heating method is:
Redution of oven heating-up time and
of the initial heating stage.
Possibility to bake at two cooking levels
simultaneously.
BAKING IN THE OVEN
Fan Assisted
At this knob position the oven executes the
cake function. Conventional oven with a
fan.
Baking
We recommend using the baking trays which were provided with your cooker which
should be put on the drying rack;
Caution!
When the functions with fan have been
selected but the temperature knob is set to
zero only the fan will be on.
With this function you can cool the dish or
the oven chamber.
Separate oven lighting
By setting the knob to this position the
lighting inside the oven is switched on, e.g.
use when washing the oven chamber.
Before the cake is taken out of the oven, check if it is ready using a wooden stick(if
the cake is ready the stick should come out dry and clean after being inserted into the
cake);
After switching off the oven it is advisable to leave the cake inside for about 5 min.;
The baking parameters given in tables are approximate and can be corrected based
on your own experience and cooking preferences;
If information given in recipe books is significantly different from the values included
in this instruction manual, please apply the instructions from the manual.
Oven guide levels
Baking pans and accessories (oven grid, baking tray, etc) may be inserted into the oven in
5 guiding levels.
Appropriate levels are indicated in the tables that follow.
Always count levels from the bottom upwards!
CAKE TYPE
TEMPERATURE
(ć)
WARMED UP
Fruit cake
TEMPERATURE
(ć)
BAKING TIME
IN MINUTES
LEVEL FROM
THE BOTTOM
170
160
60-70
2
Victoria sponge
170
150-160
20-40
2-3
Sponge layer cake
170
150-160
20-30
2-3
Teacake
180
180
170
180
30-50
40-50
3
3
Cake(crispy base)
200
180
40-60
3
Puff pastry
230-250
200-220
15-20
3
Buns
Caution: accessible appliance components might be extremely hot after the use of grill.
Prevent little children from approaching the appliance.
Grill heater is especially suitable or the preparation of low-fat sausages, meat and fish
fillets and steaks, and for browning and crisping the roast skin.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
BAKING IN THE OVEN
Roasting meat
Cooking meat weighing over 1 kg in the oven, but smaller pieces should be cooked
on the gas burners.
Use heat proof ovenware for roasting, with handles that also resistant to high
temperature.
When roasting on the drying rack or the grate we recommend that you place a baking
tray with a small amount of water on the lowest level of the oven;
It is advisable to turn the meat over at least once during the roasting time and during
roasting you should also baste the meat with its juices or with hot salty water- do not
pour cold water over the meat.
TYPE OF MEAT
BEEF
Roast beef or fillet rare
Oven warmed up juicy
(medium”)
“
Oven warmed up “well
done”
Oven warmed up roast joint
PORK
Roast joint
Ham
Fillet
VEAL
LAMB
VENISON
POULTRY
Chicken
Goose(approx.2 kg)
FISH
LEVEL FROM
THE BOTTOM
TEMPERATURE
(℃ )
TIME*
IN MINUTES
3
250
Per 1 cm
12-15
3
250
15-25
3
210-230
25-30
2
200-220
120-140
2
2
3
2
2
2
200-210
200-210
210-230
200-210
200-220
200-220
90-140
60-90
25-30
90-120
100-120
100-120
2
2
2
220-250
190-200
210-220
50-80
150-180
40-55
The figures presented in the table refer to a portion of 1kg, if the portion is
larger is larger than that an additional 30-40 minutes should be added for each
additional kilogram.
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By ensuring proper cleaning and maintenance
of your cooker you can have a significant
influence on the continuing fault-free
operation of your appliance.
Before you start cleaning, the cooker must
be switched off and you should ensure
that all knobs are set to the “
” position
Do not start cleaning until the cooker has
completely cooled.
Front side of the casting
For cleaning of frontal part of the cooker
use the usual cleaning agents and follow
the manufacture’s instructions.
Never use any aggressive cleaning agents
or dish cleaning accessories which might
cause scratches.
Enamel coated and plastic surface
Clean the knob and handles with soft
cloth and liquid cleaners, intended for
use of smooth enamel surfaces.
Cooktop
Gas grid, cooking area and burner
components should be cleaned with
warm water and mild detergent for
manual washing of dishes.
Thermal element and ignition device
should be cleaned with soft brush. To
ensure perfect operation, these elements
must always be thoroughly clean.
Clean the crown and the crown cap.
Always keep the gas outless nozzles
on the burner crown free of dirt.
Upon completion of cleaning wipe all
components dry and replace them
carefully to their respective slots.
Oblique position of components may
cause troubled ignition of burners.
Caution!
Crow caps are coated with black enamel.
Discoloration of caps, due to high
temperatures, is inevitable, but is has no
adversary effect on normal operation of
burners.
Oven
The oven should be cleaned after
every use. When cleaning the oven
the lighting should be switched on to
enable you to see the surface better.
The oven chamber should only be
washed with warm water and a small
amount of washing-up liquid.
After cleaning the oven champer wipe
it dry.
Caution!
Do not use cleaning products containing
abrasive materials for the cleaning and
maintenance of the glass front panel.
Service by an authorised person is
recommend, or if any of the following conditions
are noticed; incomplete ignition, appreciable
yellow tipping, carbon deposition, lifting, floating,
lighting back or objectionable odour. Refer to
the warranty card for service & parts contact
information.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Repacement of the oven
light bulb
Before any maintenance is started
involving electrical parts, the
appliance must be disconnected
from the power supply.
If the oven has been in use, let the
oven cavity and the heating elements
cool down before attempting any
maintenance.
Changing the bulb
z Unscrew the protective cover. We
recommend that you wash and dry the
glass cover at this point.
Carefully remove the old bulb and
insert the new bulb suitable for high
temperatures (300ºć) having the
following specifications: 220-240V,
50Hz, 25W, G9 fitting.
z Refit the protective cover.
Door removal
In order to obtain easier access to the oven
chamber for cleaning , it is possible to
remove the door.
To do this, tilt the safety catch part of the
hinge upwards. Close the door lightly, lift
and pull it out towards you. In order to fit the
door back on to the cooker, do the reverse.
When fitting, ensure that the notch of the
hinge is correctly placed on the protrusion
of the hinge holder. After the door is fitted
to the oven, the safety catch should be
carefully lowered down again. If the safety
catch is not set it may cause damage to the
hinge when closing the door.
Removal of the internal glass
panel
Unscrew and unfasten the plastic latch that
is in the corner at the top of the door. Next
take out the glass from the second blocking
mechanism and remove. After cleaning,
sert and block the glass panel,and screw in
the blocking mechanism.
Regular inspections
Besides keeping the cooker clean, you
should:
ƽ Carry out periodic inspections of the
control elements and cooking units of the
cooker. After the guarantee has expired you
should have a technical inspection of the
cooker carried out at a service centre
at least once every two years.
ƽ Fix any operational faults.
ƽ Carry out periodical maintenance of the
cooking units of the cooker.
Caution!
Removal of the internal glass panel
All repairs and regulatory activities should
be carried out by the appropriate service
centre or by an appropriately authorized
fitter.
Install door
Tilting the hinge safety catches
IMPORTANT
Never use screwdrivers or other
utensils to remove the light cover.
This could damage the enamel of the
oven or the lampholder. Remove only
by hand.
IMPORTANT
Never replace the bulb with bare
hands as contamination from your
fingers can cause premature failure.
Always use a clean cloth or gloves.
Door removal
Please note:
The bulb replacement is not covered
by your guarantee
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23
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
In the event of an emergency, you should:
z
z
z
z
Switch off all working units of the cooker
Disconnect the mains plug
Call the service centre
Some minor faults can be fixed by referring to the instructions given in the table below.
Before calling the customer support centre or the service centre check the following
points that are presented in the table.
Type
Dimensions:
height/width/depth(mm)
Gas inlet: right rear 150mm from top
Burner flame suddenly changes
or not stable
The flame goes off after ignition.
The color of the cooking zone
gas grid has changed.
Electric operations are generally
disturbed.
Electric ignition of burners does
not function.
Burner crown caps look ugly.
Dew forms at oven door glass
during heating up.
…if you detect smoke during
roasting?
Oven is excessively stained
during roasting.
Liquid or pastry dough is lifted to
on side.
Baking results are disappointing.
Flat cake is too light from below.
Pastry is too dry.
Pastry is slippery, smeary and
mellow. Meat is rare in the
middle.
REASON
Assemble the burner components
correctly!
Keep the button pressed longer.
Before releasing the button, give it one
final solid push.
Clean the grid with metal cleaning
agents.
Check the fuse in the fuse box, and
replace if required.
Open and clean carefully the opening
Food residues or detergent block
between the ignition device and the
the contact between the ignition
burner.
device and the burner.
Usual staining.
Clean the crown cap with metal cleaning
agents.
Normal situation, caused by the
No remedy; it does not impede normal
temperature difference.
operation.
Roasting temperature too high
Reduce roasting temperature.
Experts should replace the thermostat.
Roasting temperature is too
high.
Grid rack and grease tray are
incorrectly placed.
The appliance is not leveled.
Reduce the roasting temperature,
Place the grid above the grease tray and
insert them both in the guide.
Wrong oven setting.
The appliance was disconnected
from the mains or there was a
temporary power cut.
The bulb is loose or damaged.
Upright
540mm
900/540/600
900/540/600
900/540/600
900/600/600
Burner
Injector
Size(mm)
TPP
(kPa)
NGC
(MJ/h)
Natural gas
0.87
1.13
1.45
1.65
1.0
3.6
6.3
10.8
12.6
Universal
LPG
0.51
0.67
0.87
0.95
2.75
3.3
6.2
10.8
12.6
TPP
(kPa)
NGC
(MJ/h)
Gas type
Gas type
Injector
Size(mm)
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
Wok
Natural gas
0.87
1.13
1.65
1.0
3.6
6.3X2
12.6
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
Wok
Universal
LPG
0.51
0.67
0.95
2.75
3.3
6.2X2
12.6
Total Gas Consumption
600mm
Natural gas 33.3MJ/h - Universal LPG 32.9MJ/h
540mm
Natural gas 28.8MJ/h - Universal LPG 28.3MJ/h
ELECTRIC ELEMENT CHART
AFGE5440W
AFGE5470W/AFGE5470X/AFGE6070W
L
Tighten up or replace the blown bulb
(see ’Cleaning and Maintenance’)
AFGE6070W
N
220-240V
50Hz
thermal
cut out
P1
P2
2
P3
P4
3
fan(30W)
220-240V
~50Hz
rear heater (2000W)
bottom heater (1150W)
5 top heater (850W)
P6
P7
6
7
8
lamp(25W)
N
Lamp(25W)
Bottom heater
(1150W)
L
4 grill heater (1100W)
P5
P8
Red light
1
thermal
cut out
Grill heater (1100W)
Top heater (850W)
orange light
pluse generator
Plus generator
mechanical timer
25
thermostat
The programmer display is
flashing”0.00”.
Burner
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
Rapid
Wok
Auxiliary
Semi-rapid
Rapid
Wok
Level the appliance into horizontal
position by setting the adjustable legs.
Select correct oven setting according to
the instructions from the baking tables.
Place the baking tray upon the grid rack.
Set higher oven temperature duce
baking time.
Reduce the temperature – baking time
may not be reduce d by setting higher
temperature (roasted from the outside,
raw from the inside) select longer baking
time, let the dough rise longer.
Add less liquid to the dough.
Check the household fuse box; if there
is a blown fuse replace it with a new one
Set the current time (see ‘Use of the
programmer’ )
AFGE5440W
thermostat
Baking pan was placed in top of
roasting pan.
Temperature is too low.
Baking time too long.
Baking temperature is too high.
Roasting time is too short.
Excessive quantity of liquid in
dough.
Break in power supply.
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600mm
Incorrect assembly of burner
components.
Early release of control button.
Control button is not pushed in
firmly.
Normal situation, caused by the
high temperature.
Fuse is burned.
The appliance does not work.
The oven lighting does not work.
ACTION
Thermostat failure.
AFGE5470X
Injector Table
Upright
PROBLEM
AFGE5470W
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