Euro Appliances EFS900LDX User manual

Euro Appliances EFS900LDX User manual
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USAGE AND
CARE GUIDE
PRODUCT CODE:
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GENERAL INFORMATION
ENVIRONMENTAL WARNING
Waste packaging ©
Do not throw the packaging of your appliance into the dustbin,
but pick out the different materials (for instance foil, paperboard,
polystyrene) according to the local rules for rubbish elimination.
WHENYOU CALL FOR SERVICE
When you call for service or order parts for your unit, be
sure to give:
1. MODEL
2. SERIAL NUMBER
3. COLOUR
4. PART NAME and/or description of problem
5.YOUR FULL NAME, ADDRESS, and HOME TELEPHONE
NUMBER and BUSINESS TELEPHONE NUMBER IF
APPROPRIATE.
Servicing shall be carried out only by authorised personnel.
SECTION FORTHE QUALIFIEDTECHNICIAN
OVERALL DIMENSIONS
This appliance must only be used for the purpose of domestic
cooking.
Getting to know your new cooker
Thank you for choosing one of our products.
Our cookers are of simple, rational design.They are
constructed to the best standards to ensure good
service and outstanding safety.
Please read this manual carefully; it will provide all the
advice needed to allow you to obtain the best results
from the very first day.
ATTENTION:
- Before using the appliance, do not forget to remove the
protecting parts of the appliance.
* WARNING -Accessible parts will become hot when in use.
To avoid burns and scalds children should be kept away.
- WARNING -
In order to prevent accidental tipping of the appliance, for example
by a child climbing onto the open oven door, the stabilizing means
must be installed.
- WARNING
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities,
or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play
with the appliance.
Young children and infirm persons should not be left
unsupervised in the vicinity.
- WARNING
Before you use the appliance for the first time, check that the
plastic films protecting some parts (fascia panel, parts in stainless
steel, etc.) have been removed.
- WARNING:
A steam cleaner is not to be used cleaning this appliances.
- WARMING
DO NOT place inflammable materials or plastic utensils in the
warming drawer.
DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS APPLIANCE
WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.
Not for use in marine craft, caravans or mobile homes
unless each burner is fitted with a flame safeguard.
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.
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INSTALLATION
PROVISION FORVENTILATION
The room where the Cooker is installed should have permanent
ventilation as follows:
“Ventilation must be In accordance with AS/NZS 5601 - Gas
Installations. In general, the appliance should have adequate
ventilation for complete combustion of gas, proper flueing and to
maintain temperature of immediate surroundings within safe limits”
Do not install in a bed-sitting room, a bathroom or shower room.
If there is another fuel burning appliance in the same room, a
higher level of ventilation will be required, you should consults
_ "the safety requirements”.
In addition to the above, during prolonged use, opening a window
in the same room is recommended. This will avoid the build up
of excessive moisture and condensation.
POSITIONING
Important: Fix the chain located next to the gas connection on
both sides of the cooker to the wall to prevent the cooker from
tilting. Both chains must be securely fixed.
Make sure that the wall surface behind the Cooker is non-
combustable (will not catch fire).
Where a painted surface is adjacent, a fire retardent paint surface
is recommended. Wallpaper, wood, or fabric should not be used
behind or next to the cooker.
Clearances to combustible materials
“Any adjoining wall surface (side or rear) situated within 200mm of
any hob burner must be a suitable non-combustible material
from the edge for a height of 150mm for the entire length of
the cooker.
Any combustible construction above the cooker must be at least
650mm above the maintop.” Ensure that a power and gas supply
are nearby. The Cooker should be located carefully so that the
heat produced by it has plenty of space to escape. The diagram
below shows an ideal configuration.
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No part of any adjoining wall surface can be made of combustible
materials. The protection of combustible materials
required by Clause 5.12.1.1 of AS/NZS 5601 is the fixing of 5 mm
thick ceramic tiles to the surface or attaching fire resistant
material to the surface and covering with sheet metal with a minimum
thickness of 0.4 mm.
Clearances to non- combustible materials
“If the cooker is being fitted next to cupboards or adjoing wall
surfaces, which are within 200mm from the edge of the hob
bummer and of a suitable non-combustible material as specified
in AS/NZS 5601, then ensure that a distance of at least 6cm
is left between the edge of the cooker and the
non-combustible material. This gap is to allow plenty of
space for the heat produced by the cooker to escape on
each side of the cooker.
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Note:
The cooker is fitted with 4 legs for an eventual alignment in height
with the furniture ( fig. 1 A or 1 B according to the models ).
Fig. 1 A
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Fig. 1 B
If the cooker is placed on a base, measures have to be taken to prevent
it from slipping off the base.
TO FIX THE COOKER TO THE REAR WALL
WARNING « For safety reasons and to prevent tipping of the appliance,
these stabilizing means must be installed.
The cooker is equipped with 2 chains fixed on each side at the rear of
the cooker near the top (see Fig. A). The chains are fitted with “spring
clips” which must be clipped to the “screw eyes” provided with the cooker.
Install the “screw eyes” as follows :
1. Drill four 6mm holes (position 1 - 2 - 3 - 4) in the wall
as in Fig. À.
2. Insert part “R” into the holes then screw in the “screw eyes” part
“G" see Fig. B.
Note: If the part provided is not suitable for the wall material please
use an appropriate device to ensure secure holding of the “screw
eyes” to the wall.
3. Bring the cooker near the wall and clip the chains on the
“screw eyes” as in Fig. C.
IMPORTANT: If the cooker is moved for any reason
(e.g. maintenance) resulting in the cooker being unclipped from the
wall, the cooker must be re-clipped to the wall at the completion of
the task.
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GAS CONNECTION
Should conform to gas utility regulations e.g. AS/NZS
5601 Gas installations; also refer to rangehood
manufacturers recommendations.
Check gas pressure, note the correct setting from the data plate
sealed inside the front appliance drawer « .
This appliance can be connected with rigid pipe as specified in
AS/NZS 5601 table 3.1 or with an AGA approved, Class B or D
flexible hose with 10mm 1.0. and 1.2m max. length in
accordance with AS/NZS 5601 for a 'high level connection.
The hose should not be subjected to abrasion, kinking or permanent
deformation and should be able to be inspected along its entire
length. Unions compatible with the hose fittings must be used and
connections tested for gas leaks. The fixed consumer piping outlet
should be at approximately the same height as the cooker
connection point, pointing downwards and approximately 150mm
to the side of the cooker.
The hose should be clear of the floor when the cooker is in the
installed position.
Ensure that the chain prevents stress on the hose assembly when
the cooker is moved out of its normal operating position.
This appliance from the factory suitable for NATURAL gas but, if
necessary, can be adjusted for U-LPG by authorised person.
For the adjustments to U-LPG please operate as specified in the
paragraph GAS CONVERSION AND ADJUSTMENT (pag 4).
The Gas Connection is male 1/2" BSP and is situated at the right
hand rear of the appliance, approximately 40mm from the side
and 695mm from the floor (depends on adjustment of feet).
The appliance shall be installed by an authorized person in
accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions,
relevant local fitting regulations, municipal building regulations,
the AS/NZS 5601 code for gas burning appliances and
equipment and other relevant statutory code band regulations. If
you have some doubts, please contact the authorities for
confirmation concerning the characteristics of the gas and
electricity output.
The appliance is generally preset for natural gas (so no other
adjustment is necessary) ensure regulator is fitted for N.G.
Ensure that all foreign matter has been cleared from the gas
supply line and also purge all air from the gas system. Connect
to regulator, tighten and check the installation to ensure no gas
leaks occur.
IT IS RECOMMENDEDTHAT A SERVICETAP AND UNION BE
FITTED ADJACENTTOTHE APPLIANCE INLET TO FACILITATE
FUTURE SERVICING.
5 burmer models: set the burner pressure to 1kPa for Natural Gas
and 2.75kPa for U-LPG with the wok burner operating a full rate’.
For commissioning of the appliance with the Oara 97
regulator for Natural Gas, the test point pressure should
be 1.00kPa with all burners operating on HIGH.
Apply a manometer to the test nipple and reset the regulator if
necessary. Do not forget to replace the test nipple screw and to
leave the instructions book with the user.
VERY IMPORTANT FORTHE INSTALLER
Do not attempt to turn or stress threaded elbow of the manifold:
you risk damage to this part of the gas appliance which may void
the manufacturers warranty.
Before Leaving - Check all connections for gas leaks with soap
and water. DO NOT use a naked flame for detecting leaks. Ignite
all burners to ensure correct operation of gas valves, burners and
ignition. Turn gas taps to low flame position and observe stability
of the flame.
When satisfied with the cooker, please instruct the user on the
correct method of operation.
In case the appliance fails to operate correctly after all checks
have been carried out, refer to the authorised service provider in
your area:
GAS CONVERSION AND ADJUSTMENT
When used with natural gas all burners have been preset at our
factory and further adjustment should not be necessary. Conversion
kits to other gases are available from the place of purchase. Do
not attempt to fit the conversion kit yourself. Conversion to U-LPG
gas should only be carried out by an authorized technician.
GAS ADJUSTEMENTS
- change the injectors
- adjust the minimum flow
‘When converting from Natural Gas to U-LPG ensure that
the NG regulator is removed and replaced with the Test Point
Assembly. A gas regulator suitable for a supply pressure of 2.75kPa
should be part of the gas tank supply and should be adjusted with
the wok burner operating at maximum.
REPLACEMENT OFTHE INJECTORS
When required to operate on other gas replace the injectors in
accordance with information referred to in chart below.
TAB. 1
NaturalGas — 1.00 kPa Jet mm © Burners Power MJ/h
with GC & GE & GP &GL &YP & GU 0.90 Auxiliary 4.0
pan supports 1.20 Semi-rapid 7.1
wih GC &GE & GP & GL & GU pansupports,_150 Rapid 11.0
with YP pan supports 1.35 Rapid 9.1
with GC & GE & GP& GL &YP & GU 1.63 ТС! 12.7
pan supports
U-LPG 2.75 kPa Jet mm Y Burners Power MJ/h
with GC & GE & GP &GL &YP & GU 0.53 Auxiliary 3.7
pan supports 0.73 Semi-rapid 7.0
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with YP pan supports 0.87 Rapid 10.2
with GC & GE &GP& GL &YP &GU 1.00 TC1 12.7
pan supports
Regulator NG Regulator oA
NOTE: GE = Enameled Steel pan supports
GL = Light Cast Iron pan supports
YP = Light Cast Iron pan supports (evolution)
GP = Heavy Cast Iron pan supports
GC = Flat heavy cast iron pan supports
GU = Flat heavy cast iron pan supports
SPECIAL NOTE
After installation or any servicing operation, always ensure that
the appliance is gas sound and that the components are now
operating correctly. tems removed during servicing should be
replaced in the reverse order to their removal.
In order to change the work-top injectors, it is necessary to act as
follows:
- remove the grids
- remove burners
and flame-spreaders.
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suitable for the new type of gas (see tab. 1)
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MINIMUM FLOW ADJUSTMENT FOR HOB-TOPTAPS
In order to adjust the minimum flame setting proceed as follows:
switch the burner on, and set the knob at the minimum position
A. Remove the knob from the tap, place a small bladed screwdriver
down the centre of the tap shaft (fig. 2A).
Attention: on taps with a security valve, the minimum adjusting
screw «Z» is on the body of the gas tap (fig. 2B).
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Unscrew the adjusting screw in order to increase the flow or screw
it to decrease the flow.
The correct adjustment is obtained when the flame has a length
of about 3 or 4 mm.
For butane/propane gas, the adjusting screw must be screwed in
thigt.
Make sure that the flame does not go out turning quickly from the
max. flow À to the minimum flow À.
Refit the knob again.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The appliance must be installed by a suitably qualified person in
accordance with these instructions and with the requirements of
the Australian Wiring Rules AS/NZS 3000.
Fixed wired installations are to be provided with suitable isolation
means in accordance with the said rules.
Any plug socket installed for the purpose of connecting the appliance
to supply must be readily accessible when the appliance is installed.
Before making the connection, make sure that:
1) the safety circuit-breaker and the electrical system are able to
withstand the load of the appliance (see nameplate).
2) the power supply system has an earth connection in good
working order in accordance with the regulations in force,
IMPORTANT
The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the
following code:
GREEN SE VELLOWN avatar crier EARTH
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Electric power...1,5 mm? 3 core cable (15 amp. Fuse required).
Should conform to local authority requirements.
Also refer to rangehood manufacturers recommendations.
This appliance is supplied with a plug & cord, simply plug into a
3 pin household socket outlet witch is properly earthed.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
The flexible mains lead and plug must not be in contact with hot
surfaces.
2nd SECTION FORTHE USER
WARNING:
Children should be kept away while the oven or grill is in use
since accessible parts become hot.
- Do not use oven base panel as a shelf, make use of the oven
shelves.
- To avoid splattering and smoke, position collecting tray under
the grill with some water in it.
- Always turn pan handles to the side or to the back of the hob.
If they are left out into the room they can easily be hit or reached
by children, this knocking the pan off the hob.
- Don't let children sit down or play with the oven door. Do not
use the drop down door as a stool to reach above cabinets.
- Once your cooking is over make sure to close the main gas
supply.
WARNING
* This appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm
persons without supervision.
* Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance.
* If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons
in order to avoid a hazard.
-WARNING -
In order to prevent accidental tipping of the appliance, for example
by a child climbing onto the open oven door, the stabilizing means
must be installed.
- 1 Minute Tour -
Be safe
Please read the rest of the instruction book which contains
important information to help you use the appliance safely and
efficiently.
Gas and Electricity on
Make sure that the gas supply is turned on and that the appliance
is plugged in and switched on. The ignitor needs electricity.
In case there is no electric current, the burner can also be lighted
using a match.
It is recommended that pans suitable to the size of the burner
should be used as follows:
BURNERS PANS
fl min. fl max
AUXILIARY 80 mm 160 mm
SEMI-RAPID 120 mm 200 mm
RAPIDE 200 mm 230 mm
TRIPLE CROWN 230 mm 260 mm
Always use pans with a flat base diameter, which are well balanced
and stable in use, a pan which overhangs the hotplate should not
be used. Avoid using old, misshapen pans, or pans which are
unstable when placed on a flat surface. Do not use “split pans” as
they are inherently unstable.
To save gas, always position pans centrally over the burners and
adjust the flames so that they do not lick up the sides of the pan
and only the base is heated. Always put lids on saucepans and
boil only the amount of liquid you use. When the liquid has boiled
adjust the setting to maintain a simmer. Do not light the burner
until the pan is in position and turn off the burner before removing
the pan. In hard water areas, descale kettles regularly. For safety,
keep saucepan handles turned to a safe position so they are out
of reach of small children and cannot be accidentally knocked.
To tunr the burner OFF, turn the control knob clockwise to the
OFF setting (marked with a dot e )
Automatic electric ignition
1 The drawing above each knob indicates which burner that
knob controls. Push in and turn a knob anticlockwise to the
large flame symbol.
2 At the same time press the IGNITION (spark) button.
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Automatic electric ignition
To turn on a burner, press the knob corresponding to the
selected burner and turn it anticlockwise to the maximum
position. Keeping the knob pressed, the electric automatic
ignition of the burner will be started up. In case there is not
electric current, the burner can also be lighted using a
match.
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The small flame indicates the ‘low position”.
Turn the knob to it after the contents of a pan have boiled.
The smaller burners are for smaller pans and simmering. Make
sure flames are under the pans. Using a lid will help the contents
boil more quickly.
WARNING
It is not recommended to press push button for ignition if all the
burners are not located in the proper positions. The burner heads,
burner skirts and pan supports are removable for better cleaning:
Always ensure that the burner skirts and heads are replaced
correctly so that the burners function safely and correctly.
During the use of the appliance pay attention that water or any
liquid does not enter into the appliance through the holes of the
burners or around the rods of the valves or the push button
electronic lighter.
Water or juice will produce dangerous short-circuits and can
seriously damage the working of the Hotplate.
HOWTO USE YOUR ELECTRIC OVEN
- Before cooking in the first time we reccommend that the oven
should be operated at 200° C for 30 minutes to remove any
manufacturing greases and odours.
- Do not place items or pan directly on to the oven botton.
- Foil should only be used to cover food and not oven shelves or
party of the oven. When used improperly will obstruct the air
circulation causing problems in cooking and/or harmful accidents.
MULTIFUNCTIONAL OVEN
The oven is fitted with:
* a lower heating element;
* an upper heating element;
* a circular heating element surrounding the fan.
N.B.: Always set the temperature on the thermostat knob before
selecting any of the functions.
Oven thermostat knob
To obtain an oven temperature between 60°C and MAX°C, turn the
knob clockwise.
Oven commutator knob
Depending on the type of oven, it is possible to select one of the
following functions turning the commutator knob clockwise.
Note:
All the functions mentioned above switch the oven internal light on. A
warning light on the control panel will stay lit until the temperature is
reached; after it will light up intermittently.
Always use the oven with the oven door closed.
Use of the oven
Note: ovens with separate thermostat and commutator.
When the functions are used, place the thermostat
knob between 180 + 200°C as maximum temperature.
ATTENTION:
The temperature shown on the control panel corresponds to the
temperature in the oven centre only when the functions selected
are E] or Y.
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When you turn the control knob to this position, the light will be
on for all the following operations.
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Defrosting with fan
The air at ambient temperature is distributed inside the oven for
defrosting food very quickly and without proteins adulterations.
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Natural convection
Both the lower and upper heating elements operate together.
This is the traditional cooking, very good for roasting joints, ideal
for biscuits, baked apples and crisping food.
You obtain very good results when cooking on a shelf adjusting
the temperature between 60 and MAX°C.
Fan oven
Both the fan and the circular heating element operate together.
The hot air adjustable between 60 and MAX°C is evenly distributed
inside the oven. This is ideal for cooking several types of food
(meat, fish) at the same time without affecting taste and smell.
It is indicated for delicate pastries.
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Medium grill
It is indicated for grilling and gratinating small quantities of traditional
food.
The thermostat knob must be placed on the maximum position.
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Total grill
It is indicated for grilling and gratinating traditional food.
Turn the thermostat control knob to the 200°C position.
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Fan assisted total grill
The air which is heated by the grill heating element is circulated
by the fan which distributes the heat on the food.
The fan assisted grill replaces perfectly the turnspit. You can obtain
very good results also with large quantities of poultry, sausage,
red meat. Turn the thermostat control knob to the 200°C position.
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Air forced lower heating element
The air which is heated by the lower heating element is circulated
by the fan which distributes the heat on the food.
This function can be used to sterilize food. This function can be
used between 60 and MAX*C
FP GENERAL INSTRUCTION
Warning: remember ovens get hot; some parts naturally become
very hot, notably the glass oven door and the protective strip.
Keep children away from oven at all times and warm them about
the danger.
GUIDE FOR CONVENTIONAL COOKING =
(Outer ring of upper electric element and lower electric element
ON) The following Cooking Guides give the recommended shelf
positions (counted from the bottom), thermostat settings and
approximate cooking times for a range of baked items, using the
conventional oven, using one tray only. Cooking results are a matter
of personal preference and may easily be adjusted to suit individual
requirements by slight adjustment of the temperature and or
cooking time. Preheating of the oven is recommended for 10-15
minutes or until the oven thermostat indicator light switches off to
show the selected temperature has been reached.
When using a baking tray it should be placed centrally on the oven
shelf with the short sides of the tray parallel to the sides of the
oven. Do not use trays, tins or dishes larger than 380 mm (15")
long, 356 mm (14") wide, as cooking results may be impaired.
Food Thermostat Shelf Position | Cooking Time
getting *C | (Counted from Bottom)
Small cakes (12 on tray) 195 J 2) - 3) mins.
Vicbria sandwich 190 J 25 - 3 mins,
(2x7 /180mm)
Swiss rol or whisked sponge 200 3 20 - 25 mins.
Fruit cake (8'/205mm) 155 2 2-3 hours,
Scones 260 J 10 - 2) mins.
Merinques 95 2 2-3 hours,
Shorcrust Pastry 210 J 25 - 45 mins. depending
Puit or Flaky Pastry 220 2 20 - 3 mins. — upon
Choux Pastry 220 3 25 - 35 mins, — dish
Biscuits 200220 J 15 - 25 mins. depending upon type
Bread 250 2 30 - 40 mins,
Mikpuding 165 2 1H-2 hours,
Pizza 210 3 25 ming,
Lasagne 170 J 75 mins,
Oven noodies 160 3 75 mins,
BEEF 0n bone = &crusty 270 rare 3 12 mins, per 1% (500 g) plus 12 mins
(rare) 220 °C J 15 mins. per 1/6 {500 g) plus 15 mins,
(medum) 220 C J 20) mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 20 mins.
(well done) 180°C 3 25 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 15 mins,
LAMB on bone 220°C J 20 ming, per 1/b (300 g) plus 20 ming.
170°C 3 27 mins, per 1/b (500 q) plus 27 mins,
Boned and rofed 220°C J 25 mins. per 14 (500 q) plus 25 mins,
170°C 3 35 mins, per 14 (500 q) plus 20 mins,
PORK on bone 220°C 3 25 mins, per 1b (500 9) plus 25 mins,
Boned and roller 180°C 3 30-35 mins. per 1b {500 g plus 35 mins,
VEAL on bone 220°C 3 25 mins. per 1 (500 q) plus 25 mins,
Boned and roller 220°C J 30 mins, per 14 (500 q) plus 30 mins,
CHICKEN 220°C 3 20 mins, per 1b (500 q) plus 20 mins,
170°C 3 25 mins, per 1b (500 q) plus 25 mins,
TURKEY 220°C 3 20 mins. per 1b (500 y)
170°C J 25 mins. per 1b (500 à)
DUCK 220°C 3 20 mins. per 14 (500 q)
170°C J 25 mins, per 14 (500 g)
GOOSE 220°C 3 20 mins. per 1b (500 9) plus 20
PLATE WARMING
Ovenproof plates and dishes may be warmed in the oven on a
low temperature setting. Remember do not place items directly
into the oven base.
Warning: do not use foil to cover the oven shelves, or any part
of the oven interior including the oven base. Foil should only be
used to cover food and cooking dishes. Always place items which
may boil over (e.g. fruit pies) on a baking tray to prevent spillage
burning onto the oven base. Foil used improperly is frequent cause
of oven problems and painful accidents. Avoid letting grease
deposit collect around the upper heating element: it will cause
smoking and may start a fire.
Remember do not place pan or items directly onto the oven base.
Never leave unit unattended at hight heat settings. Boil over causes
smokingand greasy spill over that may start a fire.
If a grease fire should occur in a pan put out the flame by placing
a lid on the pan. Do not throw water on a grease fire.
GUIDE FOR FORCED CONVECTION COOKING 65
(Back rolled electric element with fan)
The accessories provided with the oven can be slotted in at 5
positions: the following guide concerns cooking times and thermostat
settings using N. 2 shelves on the same time (in position N. 2 and
N. 4). Cooked results are a matter of personal preference and may
easily be adjusted to suit individual requirements by slight adjustment
of the temperature and/or cooking time, or when using more or
less shelves in the same time. Preheating of the oven is
recommended for 10-15 minutes or until the oven thermostat
indicator light switches off to show the selected temperature has
been reached.
When using a baking tray it should be placed centrally on the oven
shelf with the short sides of the tray parallel to the sides of the
oven. Do not use trays, tins or dishes larger than 380mm (15")
long, 356 mm (14") wide, as cooking results may be impaired.
Food Thermostat setting °C | Cooking Time
Small cakes (12 on tray) 175 15-25 mins.
Victoria sandwich 170 20-30 mins.
(2x7"/180mm)
Swiss roll or whisked sponge 180 15-20 mins.
Fruit cake (8"/205mm) 135 1H-2H hours.
Scones 210 8-15 mins.
Meringues 80 1H-2H hours.
Shorterust Pastry 190 20-40 mins. depending
Puff or Flaky Pastry 200 15-30 mins. upon
Choux Pastry 200 20-30 mins. dish
Biscuits 170/180 10-20 mins. depending upon type
Bread 200/220 25-35 mins.
"MK pudding 150 1H-2 hours.
Pizza 250 20 mins.
Lasagne 165 60 mins.
Oven noodles 150 60 mins.
BEEF on bone 230 rare 8 crusty 9 mins. per 1/b (500 9) plus 9 mins.
BEEF on bone 190 °C (rare) 15 mins. per 1/b {500 g) plus 8 mins.
190 °C (medium) 20 mins. per 1/b (500 q) plus 10 mins.
160 °C (well done) 25 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 8 mins.
Boned and rolled 190 °C (rare) 20 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 10 mins.
190 °C (medium) 25 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 15 mins.
160 °C (well done) 30 mins. per 1/6 (500 g) plus 8 mins.
LAMB on bone 190 °C 20 ming. per 1/b (500 g) plus 10 mins.
155°C 27 ming. per 1/b (500 g) plus 14 mins.
Boned and rolled 190 °C 25 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 14 mins.
155 °C 25 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 14 mins.
PORK on bone 200°C 25 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 14 mins.
Boned and roller 160 °C 30-35 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 18 mins)
VEAL on bone 200 °С 25 mins. per 1/b (500 q) plus 14 mins.
Boned and roller 200°C 30 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 14 mins.
CHICKEN 200 °С 20 ming. рег 1/b (500 g) plus 10 mins.
156 °C 25 mins. per 1/b (500 g) plus 13 mins.
TURKEY 200 °C 18 mins. per 1/ (500 g) plus 14 mins.
155 °C 23 mins. per 1/b (500 g)
DUCK 200°C 18 mins. per 1/b (500 g)
155°C 23 mins. per 1/b (5009)
GOOSE 180 °C 18 mins. per 1/b (500 9) plus 20 mins.
USING THE GRILL
The grill is situated in the top of the oven compartment.
The grill pan should be located on the top oven shelf position.
Warning:
Do not place fatty foods too close to the grill and never leave the
grill unattended. If fatty foods are grilled, or roasting has been
cooked in the oven at a high temperature the grill element may
smoke. This is not dangerous and the smoke is caused by the fat
burning off when the grill element is hot. Leave the grill element
on until the smoking has stopped t-hen use as normal. If a grease
fire should occur in a pan put out the flame by placing a lid on the
pan. Do not throw water on a grease fire.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF CONTROL DEVICES
(ACCORDING TO THE MODELS)
7 x LA | Minute timer
235 5 O | Cooking time
G | Cooking end
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Programmer with electronic clock - LED display
Functions
Cooking time, cooking end time, manual position, clock, minutes
counter, times to be set up to 23 hours 59 minutes.
Display
Fluorescent display with 4 figures of 7 segments to indicate time
and cooking times.
Cooking time and manual function = pan symbol
Automatic function = AUTO
Minutes counter = bell symbol
The symbols light up when the corresponding functions are
selected.
Setting
To set, press and release the desired function, and within 5
seconds set the time with + and - buttons.
+ and - buttons.
The + and - buttons increase or decrease the time at a speed
depending on how long the button is pressed.
Setting the time
Press any two buttons manual at the same time, and + or - button
to set the desired time. This deletes any previously set programme.
The contacts are switched off and the AUTO symbol flashes.
Manual use
By pressing the manual button the relay contacts switch on, the
AUTO symbol switches off and the saucepan symbol lights up.
Manual operation can only be enabled after the automatic
programme is over or it has been cancelled.
Automatic use
Press the cooking time or end time button to switch automatically
from the manual to the automatic function.
Semi-automatic use with cooking time setting
Press the cooking time button and set the desired time with + or
-. The AUTO and cooking time symbols light up continuously. The
relay switches on immediately. When the cooking end time
corresponds to the time of day, the relay and cooking time symbol
switch off, the sound signal rings and the AUTO symbol flashes.
Semi-automatic use with end time setting
Press the end time button. The time of day appears on the display.
Set the cooking end time with + button. The AUTO and cooking
time symbols light up continuously. The relay contacts switch on.
When the cooking end time corresponds to the time of day, the
relay and the cooking time symbol switch off. When the cooking
time is up, the AUTO symbol flashes, the sound signal rings and
both the relay and the cooking time button switch off.
Automatic use with cooking time and end time setting
Press the cooking time button and select the length of the cooking
time with + or - button. The AUTO and cooking time symbols light
up continuously. The relay switches on. By pressing the cooking
end time button the next cooking end time appears on the display.
Set the cooking end time with + button. The relay and the cooking
time symbol switch off.
The symbol lights up again when the time of day corresponds to
the cooking start time. When the cooking time is up, the AUTO
symbol flashes, the sound signal rings, the cooking time symbol
and the relay switch off.
Minutes counter
Press the minutes counter button and set the cooking time with
+ or - button. The bell symbol lights up when the minutes counter
is operating. When the set time is up, the sound signal rings and
the bell symbol switches off.
Sound signal
The sound signal starts at the end of a programme or of the
minutes counter function and it lasts for 15 minutes.
To stop it, push any one of the functions buttons.
Start programme and check
The programme starts 4 seconds after it has been set. The
programme can be checked at any time by pressing the
corresponding button.
Setting error
A setting error is made if the time of day on the clock falls within
the cooking start and end times. To correct the setting error, change
the cooking time or cooking end time. The relays switch off when
a setting error is made.
Cancelling a setting
To cancel a setting, press the cooking time button and then press
the - button until 00 00 appears on the display.
Á set programme will automatically cancel on completion.
MINUTES COUNTERS
Turn the knob clockwise to set the desired cooking time.
The minutes minder can be adjusted from 1 to 60 minutes.
A sound signal will inform you that the chosen time is up.
PROGRAMMER WITH COOKING END TIME
For a manual operation of the programmer, turn the knob
anticlockwise to {1 .
Adjust the cooking time by turning the knob clockwise.
Select the cooking time with the relevant knob (max.120 min.).
The oven will switch off automatically when the cooking is up.
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Setting the clock
Press the control knob and turn
clockwise.
Alarm programme adjustement
Turn the knob clockwise without
pressing it in. At the end of the
programmed time an alarm will
sound.
To cancel it, turn the knob to the
bell.
Instructions and operation PCITR 331.
To set the clock press the knob
and turn anti-clockwise.
To adjust cooking time, turn the
knob clockwise without pressingit
in. The end of cooking time is
announced by an alarm bell, which
is cancelled by turning the knob
to position x.
For manual connection, turn the
knob to position {M.
ELECTRONIC TIMER FOR COOKER
Functions
On
The display flashes.
Time setting
Press the left button.
Set the time with buttons “+” and “-”.
This function remains activated 7 seconds after the last +/-
operation.
Timer setting
This function is permanently activated and it will be immediately
set with +/- buttons. During setting the units are 10 seconds.
During count down the timer takes priority on the display.
The units are seconds. The maximum time is 99 minutes.
The relay contact (when available) is closed during the count down
only.
Reset timer
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Press “+” and “-” buttons together and release “+” button first.
Signal К.
The signal after time out will stay
7 minutes if it has not been reset
with the “+” button (one touch
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Signal frequency
When the display shows the time
of day, the signal frequency can
be selected by pressing the “-"
A
1 Time of the day
button. | 2 Timing and insertion
Three different frequencies are 3 Signal timng and insertion
selectable.
MECHANICAL PROGRAMMER WITH COOKING
START/END TIME
Setting the clock: press knob B and turn it anti-clockwise.
Adjustment of starting time: press
knob A and turn it anti-clockwise.
Adjustment of connection time:
turn knob B anti-clockwise
without pressing it in.
The end of the connection is
announced by an alarm bell,
which can be stopped by turning
knob B to position 0 without
pressing it in. Manual connection:
turn knob B to position | a
without pressing it in.
USE OF THE ELECTRIC GRILL
USING THE GRILL
Turn the oven knob to the right and place it on the grill position
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The grill pan should be located on the top oven shelf position and
is provided with two detachable grill pan handles which are
engaged over the front edge of the pan between the indentations
provided. A wire grid is supplied. The grill pan handle should be
removed from the grill pan during the grilling operation and only
fitted for removal or insertion of the grill pan particularly when hot.
Always preheat the grill on full for 3-5 minutes before inserting
the food.
The user can change the shelves, depending on his personal
whishes and on the different food.
Geat the oven 5 minutes before introducing the food.
To remove the shelves from the oven, pull them forward you, tilt
front end upward and pull them out.
To replace, ct in the opposite manner as before.
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Install shelves by locating them in the horizontal guide rails on
the oven walls. The raised portion of the shelf is to be facing the
rear wall of the oven,
TURNSPIT multilpe (optional )
For utilization of the turnspit follow the instructions described.
- Thread the chicken or the cubes of meat for roasting on the
spit L, ensuring that it is gripped safely between the two forks
F and balancing it properly to avoid unnecessary strain on the
trasmission R (fig 8).
- Put the spit on the support G, after having introduced its
opposite end in the socket P of the transmission R (fig 8)
- Put the support G completely into the oven so that the bar |
goes into the socket H of the turnspit motor M (fig 8A).
- Place the drip-tray with some water under the turnspit, on the
lowest level
- when removing the spit, wear oven mitts, pull out support G
and use the handgrip A operating in the contrary way (fig 8B).
The turnspit can be operated turning thr knob clockwise on
position [7 .
TURNSPIT single (optional)
For utilization of the turnspit follow the instructions described.
- Put the food in spit L (see fig. 8C), paying attention to block it
within the two forks F and to balance it, in order to avoid any
unnecessary effort in motor R.
- Put the spit on support G, after having put its opposite end into
hole P of motor R.
- Place the drip-tray with a little water under the spit.
- Start up motor R and turn the grill on.
- To remote the spit, operate in the opposite direction using knob
S and protecting glove in isolating wool (fig.8C).
The turnspit can be operated turning thr knob clockwise on
position ™ -
Fig. 8C
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E” CLEANING E
Before cleaning the appliance, close the gas stopcock and unplug
appliance or disconnect power at the main circuit breaker of the
electrical system.
Do not clean the appliance surfaces when still hot.
Always clean off spillage as quickly as possible to prevent burning
on which will make removal more difficult. Wash with a clean cloth
soaked in hot soapy water, rinse and dry with a soft cloth.
DO NOT USE ABRASIVES. CAUSTIC PASTES OR SPRAYS.
COARSE CLEANING PADS OR POWDERS. DO NOT USE
EXCESSIVE WATER WHEN CLEANING YOUR OVEN IN ORDER
TO AVOID WATER PRESSING THROUGH CLEFTS INTO THE
BACK OF CONTROLS PANEL OR OF THE UNIT.
NOTE: A steam cleaner is not to be used for cleaning this
appliance .
Pan supports and burners
The burner heads can be removed for cleaning.
NB Do not drop hot burner caps in cold water.
Because of the rapid cooling they might get damaged.
Lift off and soak for about 10 minutes in hot water with a little
detergent. After having cleaned and washed them, dry them
carefully.
Make sure that no burner holes are clogged.
Clean the burners once a week or more frequently if necessary.
Make sure you have reassembled the burners correctly.
Pan supports can be washed by hand or in a dishwasher.
Remember to remove rubber feet (if fitted) prior to washing.
Refit them afterwards.
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to
clean the oven door glass since they can scratch the surface,
which may result in shattering of the glass.
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For a triple crown burner, make sure head "C” and covers “A” and
“B” are properly placed on their seats as figure N and not off-
centered as in figure P.
Daily
Regular wiping down directly after use prevents dirt from burning
on. Clean the appliance with water and a detergent or all purpose
cleaner.
Avoid using too much water to prevent it entering the burner or
ventilation openings.
Interior: the oven shelf carriers and the back fan cover can be
removed for easier cleaning. To do this, remove all the shelves
and spring off the side carriers by applying pressure downwards
to unhook the top. The back can now be removed by unscrewing
the screw at each side. Replace in a similar manner. (Fig. Q-R)
Oven accessories (shelves, trays etc) should be washed in mild
detergent solution and should not be treated with abrasives. The
oven interior panels should be cleaned with mild detergent solution,
mild cream cleaners or a moist soap pad.
Install shelves by locating them in the horizontal guide rails on
the oven walls.
The raised portion of the shelf is to be facing the rear wall of the
oven.
IMPORTANT
Do not use excessive water when cleaning the oven and avoid
water passing through the fan grill or ducts in the oven back .
Avoid letting grease deposit collect around the upper heating
element: it will cause smoking and may start a fire.
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OVEN DOOR REMOVAL AND REFITTING
Open the door fully and turn the two hinge disks clockwise (fig.S).
Reclose to about 45° and pull gently (fig. T).
To reassemble, keep the door at 45° and insert the arms of the
hinge in the slots on the front of the oven, then turn the two hinge
disks anticlockwise.
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WARNINGS
Before performing any repair or operation, switch the appliance
off and close the gas tap.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any damage to
persons, animals or things caused by failure to observe the rules
indicated above. In case it is necessary to repair or replace the
inside components, act as follows:
WARNINGS
Isolate the cooker from the electricity supply before attempting to
replace the oven lamp.
The oven lamp used is of a special type withstanding high
temperatures. To replace it, act as follows: disassemble the
protecting glass (A) and replace the burnt lamp with one of the
same type. Reassemble the protecting glass.
DISASSEMBLE OF WORK-TOP
In case it is necessary to repair or replace the inside components,
act as follows:
Remove the grids, remove burners and flame-spreaders (see
fig. 13), unscrew the visible screws “V" placed on the work-top
(see fig. 14). Disassemble the work-top by unscrewing the rear
screws “A” (see fig. 15A or 15 B according to the models). In this
way it is possible to lift the work-top and to reach the inside
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OVEN LIGHTS
Always ensure the oven unit is switched off at the mains before
replacing the oven light bulb. To remove the light bulb, unscrew
the glass cover anticlockwise and remove. Turn the bulb
anticlockwise and remove. Replace with the same type of bulb
(Type E14 threaded clear lamp 230/240 V. 25 watt T 300°C).
Replace the light carefully and turn it clockwise.
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GREASING OF TAPS
If a tap becomes hard to be turned, grease it using a specific
grease withstanding high temperatures. Act as follows: open the
work-top and disassemble also the control panel as described on
the previous paragraph. Unscrew the two fixing screws from the
burner body (see picture) and remove the cone.
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TAPS REPLACEMENT
Act as follows: open the work-top and disassemble also the control
panel as described on the previous paragraph. Unscrew screw
nut D of the gas tube supplying the burner. Unscrew screw V fixing
the tap to the bridle and remove it (see picture).
Note: Every time the tap is replaced, it is necessary to replace the
seal gasket too check the connection seal by means of soapy
water.
Clean the cone andi its slot by means of a cloth soaked with diluent.
Slightly grease the cone with the relevant grease, put it in its slot,
and turn it some times. Remove the cone again, remove the
exceeding grease making sure the gas entries are not obstructed
by grease residuals. Assemble everything carefully in the opposite
direction check the connection seal by means of soapy water.
SOME SAFETY POINT
Do not use the appliance as a space heater.
If you smell gas
Open a window. Do not use any electrical switches.
Immediately extinguish naked flames. Isolate appliance from
gas mains supplies via the isolation stopcock. Contact local
gas authority or emergency services as appropriate. In the
event of food fire. Isolate appliance from electric / gas mains
supplies if safe to do so. Try to extinguish flames with the
appropriate equipment (fire blanket or extinguishing foam).
Do not use water on cooking fat / oil fires.
If in difficulty call emergency services.
* Do not store or use flammable products or aerosol containers
near the hotplate or burners.
* Never flambe, under an extractor - even if the ventilator is
switched off.
The high flames can cause fire.
For your safety and that of your children
* Do not store items that are attractive to children above or near
the appliance.
* Keep children well away from the appliance:
do not forget that some parts of the appliance or of the pans
become very hot and dangerous during use, and will take time
to cool down.
* When cooking, do not use clothes that could catch fire and
cause serious injury.
* Some “Wok” cooking pots are unstable. Check with the
manufacturer before purchasing.
* Avoid using unstable and misshapen pans which may tilt easily
and pans with a very small base diameter, e.g. milk pans, single
egg poachers. The minimum pan diameter recommended is
125mm (5"). Smaller pans will be unstable.
Very large pans may cause walls or knobs to overheat. Using
pans which are too big may deform the control knobs or discolour
the walls. This is not covered by the guarantee.
« Carefully place all pans centrally over the burners.
* Always position pan handles safely away from the front of the
hotplate and out of danger, particularly from small children.
* Never leave a chip pan unattended.
* Pans and kettles with down turned base rims should not be
used.
* Simmering aids such as asbestos or mesh mats are NOT
recommended. They will reduce burner performance and could
damage the pan supports.
* Commercially available foil spillage aids are unnecessary on
this hotplate.
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PROBLEM SOLVER
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Any of the following are considered to be abnormal operation and
may require servicing:
Yellow tipping of the hob burner flame.
Sooting up of cooking utensils.
Burners not igniting properly.
Burners failing to remain alight.
Burners extinguished by oven door.
Gas valves, which are difficult to tum.
Your Installer should be contacted if you have any problems with
the installation.
Before you call a service engineer please check if the problem
is something you could fix yourself. The cause of the problem is
often a simple one.
THINGS TOTRY BEFORE CALLING FOR AN ENGINEER
Burner does not burn well
Is the burner dirty or damp? Try cleaning and/or drying the burner.
Appliance not suitable for your gas type? Check the identification
plate on the hotplate base.
Burner does not ignite
Do the burners spark when you press the ignition button? If not
is the power on? See ‘Checking the power supply’ section further
on. If the power supply is OK then there is probably something
wrong with the ignition system.
Are the electrode or burner slots blocked by debris?
Is the burner dirty or damp? Try cleaning and/or drying the burner.
Is the burner trim correctly located?
Are the burner caps correctly located?
Check that there is not a problem with your gas supply. You can
do this by making sure that other gas appliances you may have
are working.
Pan supports
Aluminium pans may cause a metallic marking on the pan supports
which does not affect the durability of the enamel and may be
cleaned off with a metal cleaner such as 'Brasso”.
Checking the power supply
First check the socket by trying out another piece of electrical
equipment in it.
If that works, renew the fuse in the hotplate plug. Use a 10 amp
fuse. If the fuse ‘blows’ again there is a fault on the hotplate. Do
not use a fuse with a higher rating. Do not carry out other electrical
work. Unplug the hotplate and tell your installer,
Power Failure
In the event of a failure in the electrical supply the hotplate burners
may be lit using a match.
Ventilation
The use of a gas cooking appliance results in the production of
heat and moisture in the room in which it is installed. Ensure that
the kitchen is well ventilated: keep natural ventilation holes open
or install a mechanical ventilation device, (mechanical extractor
hood). Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may call for
additional ventilation, for example opening a window, or more
effective ventilation, for example increasing the level of mechanical
ventilation where present. For more detail see the Installation
Instructions.
OVEN DOES NOT WORK AT ALL
First, when the oven is equipped with timer, check appliance is
not programmed to turn on later. If it is, turn to manual setting (i.e.
hand symbol). If the button or scale on the timer remains in the
automatic position after use, the power supply to the oven will be
interrupted. Also, check your appliance is switched on at the mains.
Next check for an unexpected power strike by switching on adjacent
lights etc. Finally, check fuses and plug wiring. If all these prove
satisfactory, call engineer.
LIGHT BULB DOESN'T COME ON
Check bulb for looseness or burned out bulb.
Note: bulb replacement is not covered by your guarantee.
SMOKE COMING FROM OVEN
If oven is still relatively new, this problem is invariably due to
protective oil on elements. Otherwise, the answer may be oil or
fat which has become deposited on the elements during cooking.
In either event, continued use should burn away the residues. On
future occasions, try to shield food with foil or keep it further away
from element, particularly when grilling.
CLOCK/TIMER DOES NOT WORK
Check to be sure range cord is plugged into outlet completely.
Check for a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker. Check for power
outage. Check step by step operating Instructions on previous
pages.
If, after checking through this section, you cannot resolve
your problem please call the number on the data plate fixed
to the front cover of these instructions for service and spare
parts.
When ordering please quote the appliance name, the colour
variant and serial number.
This information can be found on the data plate sealed inside
the front appliance drawer.
Maintenance schedule:
To ensure the appliance continues to operate at
peak performance, we recommend a routine service
call every 2 years for the life of the appliance.
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