ROSIERES CF 4040 DB F User manual

ROSIERES CF 4040 DB F User manual
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4040 F
1 - Hot plate burner 4,5 kW - "Cast-iron hot plate" or "Griddle"
2 - Fast burner, 2,5 kW, back left
3 - Semi fast burner, 1,45 kW, front left
4 - Ultra-fast burner, 3,5 kW, back right
5 - Fast burner, 2,5 kW, front right
6 - Push-button ignitor for gas burners and cast-iron hot plate
7 - Push-button for oven interior lights
8 - Natural convection oven with slide-out catalytic liner
9 - Right oven thermostat control knob
10 - Multifunction oven, normal enamel
11 - Fan cooking push-button (left oven)
12 - Left oven control knob
13 - Left oven indicator light
14 - Power-on oven indicator light
15 - Right oven indicator light
As part of our ongoing commitment to continually improve product quality,
ROSIERES may carry out modifications linked to technical improvements.
Appliance meeting with the standard 89/336/EE, 73/23/CEE and 90/396/CEE.
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TECHNICAL D
ATA
DA
Dimensions of the appliance (in cm)
Width : 119,5
Depth : 60
Height with back panel : 95 - Height without back panel : 84
THE HOB
Right hand side
Left hand side
1 semi-fast burner 1,45 kW
1 cast-iron plate 4,5 kW
2 fast burners 2,5 kW
1 ultra-Fast 3,5 kW
Gases to be used in accordance with adjustments :
Natural gas - Butane gas - Propane gas
THE OVENS
Usable oven dimensions :
Width
Depth
Height
Usable oven
multifunction
42,5 cm
38 cm
29,5 cm
47 litres
Ovens Powers (kW)
Multifunction oven
Fan oven :
Natural convection :
Grill :
Natural convection oven
Grill :
2,42
2,39
2,11
2,39
2,11
Ovens Consumptions
Multifunction oven
to reach 175°C
to hold at 175°C for 1 h
Total
Natural convection oven
to reach 200°C
to hold at 200°C for 1 h
Total
natural convection
41,5 cm
35,5 cm
28,5 cm
41 litres
kW
kW
kW
kW
kW
0,4 kWh
0,5 kWh
0,9 kWh
0,4 kWh
0,5 kWh
0,9 kWh
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THE GAS B
URNERS
BURNERS
Each burner is controlled by a progressive
regulation tap which allows a longer and more
precise range of adjustment, from the maximum position to the lowest flame.
OFF
FULL OPEN
LOW HEAT
IGNITING THE BURNER : a symbol next to each control knob indicates which burner is being
used.
. Turn on the gas supply tap.
. Push and turn the control knob to the left until the high flame.
. Press the switch "6" to ignite the burners.
. Regulate the flame according to the speed required for cooking, and to the pan
diameter.
. To stop the flame, turn the knob until the stop position "•".
NB : if for some reason there is no electrical power, the burners can be ignited with a lighter,
when the burner knob is pushed in and turned to the large flame symbol.
THE VARIOUS BURNERS : the hob has burners of different dimensions. You should be
aware of the differences in power of each burner.
. Use the most powerful burner to boil liquids, to cook grilled steaks and generally all foods
that must be cooked quickly.
. Use the intermediate burner for stews and sauces.
. Use the small burner for small pans.
THE CHOICE OF PANS :
. Pans with curved, ridged or warped bottoms are not recommended.
. To save gas, make sure that the flames do not overlap the bottom of the pan.
. Avoid boiling food too intensely. Food is not cooked any quicker this way. In fact, it is
subjected to severe agitation, which may cause the food to lose some of its flavour.
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THE CAST
-IR
ON PLA
TE
CAST-IR
-IRON
PLATE
The cast-iron plate is controlled by a thermocouple safety device which automatically cuts off
the gas supply if the flame is accidentally extinguished.
IGNITING THE CAST-IRON PLATE :
. Push and turn the control knob to the left, and simultaneously, press the ignition button "6",
keeping the knob pushed in for a few seconds. The ignition sparks and engages the safety
system when the flame is ignited.
USE :
The cast-iron burner enables you to use large cooking pans or to cook several dishes at the
same time. It is more powerful than a normal gas burner and allows you :
- to simmer for long periods without having to watch the food,
- to keep food hot without burning it,
- to prepare special sauces without using a "bain-marie" ...
- Steak gridle.
- Left open for Wok cooking.
Depending on the dish that you are preparing, you can either adjust the burner or change the
position of the cooking vessel on the cast-iron plate, the centre being the hottest, and cooler
areas nearer the outer edges.
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BAKING / R
OASTING
RO
• Always keep small children away from the oven while it is in use.
BAKING / ROASTING :
use both upper and lower heating elements, but no fan.
This function is available on the two ovens.
With this method of cooking the heat naturally rises, therefore the higher shelf positions are
hotter than the lower ones. So it is possible, for instance to cook a casserole or braise
vegetables on a low shelf, while cooking pastry dishes or baking potatoes on a higher shelf.
This method of cooking is often preferred by the cook, who likes to braise casseroles in thick
earthenware dishes, or bake puddings slowly and gently. The results of this method may be
preferred as crusts on baked dishes are often browner and crisper.
The best results using a conventional oven are achieved when cooking on one shelf only. If
you are using more than one shelf, tins will probably need changing halfway through the
cooking time. Unless a recipe indicates otherwise, use a middle shelf position in the oven
when cooking on one level only.
w Turn the thermostat control knob to the required temperature for your
cooking, between 60°C and 280°C.
The power-on indicator light comes on when the oven is working and remains on for the whole
duration of the cooking time.
The oven indicator light shows that the thermostat function has been selected. It goes on and
off regularly during cooking.
PRE-HEATING TIME :
- 20 minutes between 250 and 280°C
- 15 minutes between 150 and 220°C
- 10 minutes between 60 and 120°C.
Place the food to be cooked
in the centre of the oven.
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BAKING / R
OASTING
RO
Foods
Cooking
temperature
Quantity
Cooking
time
Oven
position
20'
1
Whole fish, roasted or braised
Fish
1 kg
200 / 220
Meat vegetables
Duck
1,5 kg
200 / 220
1 h 30
1
Braised cabbage
6 pers.
200 / 220
1 h approx.
1
L eeks
6 pers.
200 / 220
1 h approx.
1
200 / 220
15' p/kilo
1
160 / 180
2 h 30 - 3 h
1
200 / 220
1 hour for 1 kg
1
Leg of lamb
Goose turkey
7 kg
Pies
Roast chicken
1 / 1kg 200
200 / 220
45' - 1 hour
1
Savoury tart
Ø27 - 6
pers.
200 / 220
40 / 50'
1
230 / 240
15 min p/pound
1
Roast beef
Desserts
Sponge cake
1 kg 500
180 / 200
50 / 60'
1
Fruit cake
Ø27- 6
pers.
200 / 220
40 / 45'
1
Crème caramel
individual
ramekin
80 / 90
45'
in double boiler
1
200
40'
3
200 / 220
45' / 1 hour
1
Choux pastry
Crumbly biscuit
1 kg 500
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FAN O
VEN
OVEN
• The oven doors are hot when they are on, keep young children away.
FAN OVEN : (left oven only)
simultaneous operation of the upper and lower elements and the fan, which
circulates air round the inside of the oven.
Because the temperature is uniform inside the oven cavity there will be no problems when
the oven is filled to maximum capacity with various dishes, allowing you to save time and
energy. Batch baking is recommended.
M Depress the fan button "11"
.
M Turn the thermostat control knob to a temperature between 60 and
240°C.
When cooking with a fan oven it is generally recommended that you use lower temperatures
and reduced times. This is because the circulating air in a fan oven is very intense, ensuring
that the heat penetrates the food more rapidly than in a conventional oven. This means the
food will cook faster. When cooking for the first time it is advisable to cook at a lower
temperature, than to cook, for example, a cake too quickly so that it browns before it is cooked
through.
The power-on indicator light comes on when the oven is working and remains on for the whole
duration of the cooking time.
The oven indicator light shows that the thermostat function has been selected. It goes on and
off regularly during cooking.
PRE-HEATING TIME :
- 20 minutes between 210 and 240°C
- 15 minutes between 120 and 180°C
- 10 minutes between 50 and 90°C.
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FAN O
VEN
OVEN
Foods
Cooking
temperature
Quantity
Cooking
time
Oven
position
20'
1
Whole fish, roasted or braised
Fish
1 kg
200 / 220
Meat vegetables
Duck
1,5 kg
200 / 220
1 h 30
1
Braised cabbage
6 pers.
200 / 220
1 h approx.
1
L eeks
6 pers.
200 / 220
1 h approx.
1
200 / 220
15' p/kilo
1
160 / 180
2 h 30 - 3 h
1
200 / 220
1 hour for 1 kg
1
Leg of lamb
Goose turkey
7 kg
Pies
Roast chicken
1 / 1kg 200
200 / 220
45' - 1 hour
1
Savoury tart
Ø27 - 6
pers.
200 / 220
40 / 50'
1
230 / 240
15 min p/pound
1
Roast beef
Desserts
Sponge cake
1 kg 500
180 / 200
50 / 60'
1
Fruit cake
Ø27- 6
pers.
200 / 220
40 / 45'
1
Crème caramel
individual
ramekin
80 / 90
45'
in double boiler
1
Choux pastry
Crumbly biscuit
200
1 kg 500
200 / 220
53 40'
3
45' / 1 hour
1
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THE GRILL
Warning : when grilling, parts of the oven can become very hot. Keep young children
away.
COOKING WITH THE GRILL SHOULD BE CARRIED
OUT WITH THE DOOR OPEN OR LIGHTLY AJAR,
WITH THE HEAT DEFLECTOR FITTED.
THE GRILL :
During grilling, only the upper heating element is operational.
Grilling is a healthier method of cooking meat and fish than frying.
It is a fast method of cooking, using direct heat, therefore only the best cuts of meat should
be grilled. Times for grilling can be varied by altering the position of the food in the oven.
Preheating the oven is required until the grill element begins to glow.
Using the grill :
.
M Turn the selector control knob to the grill position
M Place the shelf at a good height and slide the drip tray into the shelf rails below
or place the drip tray directly on the oven base.
Thin slices of red meat, as well as fish fillets or sliced fish, must be grilled
very rapidly and placed as near as possible to the grill.
White meat, pork and vegetables must be placed at a certain distance from the
grill ; cooking will take longer, but the food will be more tasty.
The power-on indicator light comes on when the oven is working and remains on for the whole
duration of the cooking.
The oven indicator light shows that the thermostat function has been selected. It goes on and
off regularly during cooking.
"Au Gratin" dishes - To cook "Au gratin" dishes, we recommend begining with natural
convection and followed by grilling.
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OVEN A
CCESSORIES
ACCESSORIES
A
B
OVEN SHELVES :
A : these are for holding dishes and plates.
B : these are for holding meat joints when cooking with the
grill. They are fitted with rails into which can be slid the drip
tray.
The shelves have a special profile so they always stay
horizontal, even when pulled out to the maximum. There is no
risk of the dish sliding out or spilling.
DRIP TRAY :
it catches the juices from grilled foods.
Put it onto the shelf, slide it under the rails or put it at the base.
Never use the drip tray as a roasting tray as this will
create smoke and fat will spatter your oven, becoming
dirty.
CONFECTIONERY TRAY :
this should be placed directly on the shelf. Fairy cakes,
meringues and the like can be baked on this tray.
It should be removed from the oven when not in use.
The grill pan, with inner rack, must be placed on a shelf.
Use it for all types of grilling, also as a toaster.
The grill pan has a cool handle so that you can take it without
burning yourself. Do not store it inside the oven.
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When they are not being used, these accessories should be
removed from the oven.
Use deep dishes made of earthenware.
Avoid using glass dishes to cook meat.
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COOKER MAINTENANCE
. Allow the cooker and all its components to cool before cleaning.
. Never cover the walls with aluminium foil, the concentrated action of the heat would
damage the enamel.
BURNERS - Clean with soapy water. Make sure that water does not penetrate into the
burners. Stubborn stains can be removed with a non-abrasive cream on a sponge. Then dry
the burners with a clean cloth.
The burners are not fixed, they can be removed for easy cleaning. Simply wipe them with
a cloth wrung out in soapy water. Do not immerse them in cold water immediately after use,
as the thermal shock can damage the enamel. Abrasive powders should not be used, as they
can scratch the enamel and make it opaque.
If the holes in the burners are blocked with cooking soil, brush with soapy water and dry with
a cloth.
Make sure you replace the burners correctly after cleaning.
ENAMELLED PARTS - Never use harsh abrasives, scouring pads or sharp objects, as this
will cause irreparable damage to the enamel.
Once the cooker has cooled down, simply clean with soapy water and dry with a clean cloth.
After each use, clean the enamelled shelves.
THE CAST-IRON PLATE - The plate should be cleaned regularly to keep a good
appearance. Cleansers products can be found in shops to take care of the cast-iron polished.
You can rubb the plate with a fine emery paper to remove any rust. It should then be wiped
over with a cloth impregnated with a light soil
soil.
THE OVEN DOOR GLASS - It is recommended to wipe the oven door glass with absorbent
paper after each cooking cycle. If there is heavy staining, the glass can be cleaned with a
sponge and cleaning agent.
THE STAINLESS STEEL PARTS - To clean the stainless steel parts, use a suitable product
available on the market e.g. solvol autosol.
THE DRAWER - Do not store inflammable items or cleaning products in the drawer.
Use the drawer only to store cookware. Simply sponge-clean it.
OVEN LIGHTING :
Before starting, the power supply must be disconnected and the plug pulled out.
The lamp and its housing are made of material which can withstand very high temperatures.
To change a defective lamp, simply remove the glass housing, replace the lamp by an
identical one, and refit the protective glass housing.
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COOKER MAINTENANCE
THE OVEN DOOR : How to remove the door to facilitate cleaning :
Open the door fully and press down slightly.
a
b
Engage the clips from the lower hinges onto the
spurs on the upper arms as shown in the diagram
"a" - carry this out on both the left hand and right
hand hinges.
Lift the door assembly upward and outward to disengage it from the oven body carefully lift the door away from the appliance - do not attempt to release the clips on the
hinges whilst the door is disconnected from the appliance. To refit the door, offer it up to the
appliance and insert the hinge arms to the slots on the appliance keeping the door parallel
to the appliance whilst doing so. The door can be felt to "engage" in the slots and once this
is achieved the door can be pressed down slightly and the clips disengaged as in diagram
"b", which is the normal position.
CATALYTIC SLIDE OUT BASKET (RIGHT OVEN) - The catalyse is a system for cleaning
the oven during cooking. The oven walls are coated with a special enamel whose micro-pores
help to burn off fat. Every drop of grease is eliminated by the combination of heat and the
catalytic enamel.
REGULAR MAINTENANCE : the accumulation of fine dust, the result of burning off the fat,
can in the long term reduce the effectiveness of the enamel.
Also, to get the best results from the enamel, the oven walls should be rinsed with very hot
water, after every 15 to 20 cooking cycles.
This light maintenance work is made much easier by the fact that the basket can be
completely removed from the oven and washed in the sink. After rinsing and refitting the
basket, dry the enamel by heating the oven on maximum for about 15 minutes.
If there has been heavy staining or spillages, the enamel must be cleaned to return it to its
original efficiency.
Cleaning is done as follows : wipe up the spillage or big stains with a sponge soaked in very
hot water and use a liquid ammonia-based detergent.
- If, after doing this, some stains remain, scrub them with nylon brush.
- then, run the oven for an hour at maximum temperature.
- it is sometimes necessary to repeat this operation several times if the staining is heavy.
NB : if after normal cooking you notice some darkish rings on the walls, do not worry. This
is quite normal and means that the grease stains are in the process of elimination.
While the oven is working, the door becomes hot. Keep young
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THE EN
AMEL OVEN (LEFT OVEN) - clean the inside of the oven with a sponge soaked in
ENAMEL
a suitable cleaning product and very hot water, in order to remove the most persistent
grease stains. If there are very stubborn stains, use the normal commercially available
products.
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INST
ALLA
TION : "SAFETY INSTR
UCTIONS"
INSTALLA
ALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS"
Installing a domestic appliance can be a complicated operation which, if not
carried out correctly, can seriously affect consumer safety.
It is for this reason that the task should be undertaken by a professionally
qualified person who will carry it out in accordance with the technical regulations
in force.
In the event that this advice is ignored and the installation is carried out by an
unqualified person, ROSIERES declines all responsibility for any technical
failure of the product whether or not it results in damage to goods or injury to
individuals.
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INST
ALLA
TION : "GAS CONNECTION"
INSTALLA
ALLATION
GAS CONNECTION
These instructions are of par
ticular interest to installer
s.
particular
installers.
The cooker is type "X" - "Class 1" ; adjoining furniture should not be higher than the level of
the cooker hob.
This appliance is not connected to an evacuation device for the products of combustion. it
must be installed and connected in compliance with the norms in force in the country of
installation. Particular attention should be given to the availability of ventilation. The turnover
of air necessary for combustion is a minimum of 2m3/h per kW of power.
When installing the cooker, it is necessary to provide a 1.5 cm air space on the left side.
F
Bef
ore installing the cooker :
Before
Make sure that the appliance is compatib
le with the gas suppl
y sour
ce
Œ
compatible
supply
source
ce..
The cooker is pre-set in the factory to work with the type of gas shown on the packaging
and on the plate attached to it.
Natural gas (G 20-20 mbar)
: mains gas
Butane gas (G 30 28-30 mbar)
: supplied in cylinders
Propane gas (G 31 37 mbar)
: supplied in cylinders or tanks
Make the gas connection accor
ding to the type of gas to be used.

according
Based on the gas to be used, choose the appropriate gas connection.
If necessar
y, adapt the cooker ffor
or use with another type of gas.
Ž
necessary
If the cooker is to be used with another type of gas, the cooker must be adapted. The
following procedure for adaptation must be followed :
. fit the correct injectors to ensure nominal delivery,
. adjust the appearance of the flame by regulating the air ring,
. adjust the minimum flame of the taps by turning the by-pass screw,
. update the label with the new set up.
Inside the appliance you will find a spanner for removing the injectors, a bag containing the
injectors with the relevant table, and some nozzles.
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INST
ALLA
TION : "GAS CONNECTION"
INSTALLA
ALLATION
Gas connection should be carried out in compliance with the norms in ffor
or
ce in the
orce
y of installation. We recommend the use of a suitable flexible connection hose
country
countr
which complies with the regulation currently in force. These will ease installation and any
future service operations that may be necessary.
• CHANGING GAS TYPE :
The calorific power or power output and gas pressure will vary according to the gas
supply. Burner setting must be carried out once the installation is complete.
Burner
Po w er in kW
S emi- fast
Fa s t
Ultrafas t
ho t plate
b urner
1 ,4 5
2 ,5 0
3 ,5 0
4 ,5
N ATURAL GAS : G 2 0 2 0 mb ar
Injec to r mark
Air ring regulatio n
Quo ta "X" in mm
96
122
145
160
1 9 mm
7 ,5 mm
1 9 mm
4 mm
BUTAN E GAS : G 3 0 2 8 -3 0 mb ar
Injec to r mark
Air ring regulatio n
Quo ta "X" in mm
61
80
97
105
0 mm
w itho ut
air ring
w itho ut
air ring
fully
o pen
PROPAN E GAS : G 3 1 3 7 mb ar
Injec to r mark
Air ring regulatio n
Quo ta "X" in mm
60
61
80
97
105
1 8 mm
7 mm
1 3 mm
1 ,5 mm
ACCESSIBILITY OF THE B
URNER
BURNER
- WARNING Before starting any work on the appliance the mains supply must be switched off.
HOW TO REMOVE THE CAST IRON PLATE :
- unscrew the upper fixing screw of the Left Hand trim,
- remove the screws at the rear of the splash back,
- remove the griddle plate,
- lift and pull the cast iron plate off the appliance.
Note : when re-fitting the hob ensure that it is properly located on the rear of the cooker.
HOW TO REMOVE THE HOB PANEL
Note : before removing the hob it is necessary to remove the cast iron plate.
- Remove the pan supports, burners and burner caps, proceed to remove the eight screws
holding the four burner supports to the hob panel.
- unscrew the upper fixing screw of Right Hand trim
- unscrew the two fixing screws at the rear of the cooker
- lift and pull the hob forward from the cooker
Note : when re-fitting the hob ensure that it is properly located on the rear of the cooker.
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ALLA
TION : "GAS CONNECTION"
INSTALLA
ALLATION
To c
hang
e the gas setting pr
oceed as ffollo
ollo
ws :
chang
hange
proceed
ollows
. change the gas jets,
. set the flame by adjusting the airflow of each of the burners,
. and alter the minimum setting by turning the screws on each of the gas taps.
• INJECT
ORS
INJECTORS
On page 60 of the instruction booklet, there is a table which indicates the size ot the jets
required for each gas type. A special spanner supplied with the appliance is designed to
change the injectors.
Spanner
1. ensure that
it is placed
. Hob injector
s (gas b
urner
s)
injectors
burner
urners)
directly over
To gain access to these injectors :
the injector
. remove the pan support,
Œ
2. turn to
. remove the burner head and cap,
 remove the
. using the spanner supplied with the appliance, unscrew
injector
the injector,
. refit the correct injector for the type of gas to be used and
Corps
screw it fully home,
de
. replace the burner body, cap and the pan support.
Burner
body
brûleur
Injecteur
Injector
. Cast ir
on hot plate injector
iron
To reach the jet of the cast iron hot plate, you must :
. remove the cast-iron hot plate,
. remove the cast-iron hob,
. remove the burner cap,
. unscrew the air ring and slide it back.
. the injector become accessible, unscrew it with a 9 mm spanner holding the jet support in
position with a 16 mm spanner.
Fit the new jet ensuring that it is fully tightened into the support.
When re-fitting, ensure that all the elements are properly located.
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ALLA
TION : "GAS CONNECTION"
INSTALLA
ALLATION
• CORR
ECTING THE APPEA
RANCE OF THE FLAME
CORRECTING
APPEARANCE
1. Regulating the air ring on the hob b
urner
s : when it is necessary (see table page 60),
burner
urners
it is important to position it correctly as it permits correct combustion and enables the burners
to work at maximum efficiency.
The table mentions the value "X" in mm; it may be necessary to regulate this by plus or
minus 1 mm to obtain a perfect flame.
2. To gain access to the air ring on the hob b
urner :
burner
. Remove the pan support, the burner cap and head of the
relevant burner.
The air ring is located at the base of the burner unit which
is fixed by a screw.
If necessary,
. unscrew the screw that holds the air flow adjuster
. Set the correct distance according to the length that the
air adjuster protudes (see page 60).
. Secure the screw when the operation is completed.
Quota
"X"
3. To gain access to the air ring on the hot plate b
urner :
burner
. Remove the cast iron hot plate,
. Remove the cast iron hob,
. The air ring is placed on the lengthening of the hot plate burner.
. Unscrew the air ring screw and set according to the table 60.
When re-fitting, ensure that all the elements are properly located.
REGULA
TING THE MINIMUM FLAME :
REGULATING
1 - Hob burner : remove the control knob,
a) Natural gas : screw the by-pass screw fully home, then unscrew it two turns. Ignite the
burner, set the control knob to low position and turn the by-pass screw until you obtain a low,
suitable flame.
b) Butane-propane gas : screw the by-pass screw fully home.
2 - Cast-iron hot plate burner : remove the knob.
a) Natural gas : screw the by-pass fully home then unscrew it two full turns, ignite the burner,
set the control knob to minimum position, and adjust the by-pass screw until you obtain a low
flame which remains stable when the control knob is turned63
from maximum to minimum.
Warning : this burner is fitted with a safety device, hold the control knob pushed for a few
seconds to allow the safety device to operate.
b) butane-propane gas : the setting is obtained by screwing the by-pass fully home.
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INST
ALLA
TION : "ELECTRICAL CONNECTION"
INSTALLA
ALLATION
The mains electricity supply connected to the appliance should comply with the norms in
force in the country of installation.
ROSIERES declines all responsibility if the above compliance is not observed.
Connection to the mains electricity supply should be through a socket with an earth
terminal, or through an intermediary switching device with a gap between contacts of at least
3 mm.
The power supply unit must be protected by appropriate fuses and use cables of a large
enough cross section to provide a normal suplly to the appliance.
NB : before proceeding with the connection, check the continuity of the earthing of the
power supply unit. We cannot be held responsible for any accident or its possible
consequences, caused by using an appliance which is not earthed, or whose earthing is
defective.
NOTE : Do not forget that the work may need to be carried by the Service Agent. Also, the
socket should be located so that the cooker can be connected when it is out of its location.
Power supply cable : if it is necessary to change the power supply cable, it should be done
by the Service Agent, or by a similarly qualified person.
The cooker is fitted without a power supply cable. It is fitted with a terminal block which allows
you to choose the type of connection suitable for the mains power supply, by operating
"shunts" as shown in the table on page 65, after having checked :
. the mains supply tension as shown on the electricity meter,
. the adjustment of the circuit breaker,
. the position of the neutral and earth phases on the socket.
The protection wire of the cable (green/yellow) should be connected to the earth terminals
of, at one hand, the appliance and, at the other hand, the mains power supply unit.
CONNECTION TO THE APPLIANCE TERMINALS :
. Remove the back panel by taking out the two screws and slipping it off.
. Pass the cable through the cable grip.
. Strip the insulation off the end of the each wire and connect them to the terminals according
to the numbers shown in the table on the next page as well as the "shunts".
. Screw down the cable grip and close the cover.
NOTE : Make sure that the terminal block screws are tight.
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SINGLE PHASE
220-240 V~
2 phases or
1 phase + neutral
THREE PHASES
220-240 V~
3 phases
THREE PHASES
380-415 V~
+ neutral
Fuse 25 A
Fuse 20 A
Fuse 16 A
Cable :
Section 3 G 4
Type H05 VV-F
Cable :
Section 4 G 2,5
Type H05 VV-F
or H05 RR-F
Cable :
Section 5 G 1,5
Type H05VV-F,
or H05 RR-F
CONNECTION TO THE TERMINAL BLOCK
Ph
Ph or
Neutral
Earth
Ph
Ph
Ph Earth
Ph Ph Ph
Neutral
Earth
GU
ARANTEE
GUARANTEE
The guarantee contract consists simply and solely in exchanging or replacing any part
considered by us to be defective, or repairing it after examination by our Technical
Assistance, to the exclusion of all other indemnities of wathever kind.
DURATION - the appliance is guaranteed for one year from the date of delivery to the first
purchaser.
CONDITIONS - the appliance should only be used for the purposes for which it has been
designed and as described in this booklet. You should always contact your installer who is
responsible for After sales service and who sold you the appliance. The costs of removal,
transport and packing for work done under the guarantee will be charged either to the user
or to the installer, as stated in the conditions of sale.
AFTER THE GUARANTEE - Get in touch with the retailer who sold you the appliance. They
will immediately place on order with our Parts Department for the required components.
LEGAL GUARANTEE - the conditions of guarantee do not affect your statutory rights.
When making a claim, or when ordering a part, tell your retailer :
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1. the exact type of your appliance,
2. the serial number (shown on the specification plate) and,
3. the name of the part.
To be certain of getting the correct specification, guaranteed for maximum reliability and
safety, ask specifically for "CERTIFIED MANUFACTURERS' PARTS".
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USINES DE ROSIERES - SAS au Capital de 29 507 400 F
RCS Bourges B 324 479 302
30, rue Y. LACELLE - Rosières - 18400 LUNERY
Tél. 02.48.55.78.00 - Fax : 02.48.68.01.75
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