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Iberna IBHC 600 User manual
HOBS
USER INSTRUCTIONS
CANDY HOOVER GROUP S.R.L. • Via Privata Eden Fumagalli • 20047 Brugherio Milano Italy
GB
CONTENT
GB
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................05
1. General Warnings ......................................................................06
2. Installation .................................................................................06
3. Built-in .......................................................................................06
4. Electrical connexion ..................................................................06
5. Presentation .............................................................................07
6. Hob cookware advice ................................................................07
7. Use .............................................................................................07
8. Cleaning and maintenance .........................................................09
9. Problem solving ........................................................................09
10. Aftercare ..................................................................................09
11. Protection of the environment ..................................................09
02
Identification Plate (located under the hob's bottom casing)
Tanım etiketi ( Ocağın alt gövdesinde bulunan)
PRODUCT CODE
/ CODE PRODUIT
SERIAL N° / NUMERO DE SERIE
SERİ NUMARASI
D
LAYOUT 1
2300 W
1200 W
1200 W
1800 W
LAYOUT 2
1200 +
1000 W
1800 W
1200 W
1800 W
LAYOUT 3
1200 W
2500 W
1800 W
Seal / Sünger
50 mm
10 mm
mini
500 X 50
500 X 10
GB- It is forbidden to fit the hob above a non-ventilated oven.
TR- Havalandırma sistemi olmayan ankastre fırınların üzerine
ocak kurulumu yasaktır.
Min.15 cm
03
/
E
According to model / Modele göre
1. ON / OFF
- AÇ/ KAPA
2. " + "
3. " - "
4. TIMER
/ ZAMANLAYICI
5. Additional cooking zone led
/ İlave pişirme gözü lambası
6. Cooking zone programming indicator / Pişirme gözü programlayıcısı
7. Selection of the zone / Pişirme gözü seçilmesi
04
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BOOKLET CAREFULLY TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR HOB.
We recommend you keep the instructions for installation and use for later reference, and before
installing the hob, note its serial number in case you need to get help from the after sales service.
• Warning : the appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use. Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements.
• Childen under 8 Year of age must be kept away from the appliance unless they are continuously
supervised.
• This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved.
• Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
•Warning : unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can be dangerous and may result in fire.
• Never try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch off the appliance and then cover flame e.g.
with a lid or a fire blanket.
• Warning : danger of fire: do not store items on the cooking surfaces.
• Warning : if the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric
shock.
• Never use a steam or high pressure spray to clean the appliance.
• This appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate remotecontrol system.
• If present do not to stare into halogen lamp hob elements.
• The means for disconnection must be incorporated in the fixed wiring in accordance with the
wiring rules.
• The instructions state the type of cord to be used, taking into account the temperature of the rear
surface of the appliance.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by manufacturer, its service agent or similarly
qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
• It is strongly recommended to keep children away from the cooking zones while they are in
operation or when they are switched off, so long as the residual heat indicator is on, in order to
prevent the risks of serious burns.
• Aluminium foil and plastic pans must not be placed on heating zones.
• After every use, some cleaning of the hob is necessary to prevent the build up of dirt and grease.
If left, this is recooked when the hob is used and burns giving off smoke and unpleasant smells,
not to mention the risks of fire propagation.
• CAUTION: In order to avoid a hazard due to inadvertent resetting of the thermal cutout, this
appliance must not be supplied through an external switching device, such as a timer, or
connected to a circuit that is regularly switched on and off by the utility.
• Do not touch the heat zones during operation or for a while after use.
• Never cook food directly on the glass ceramic hob. Always use the appropriate cookware.
• Always place the pan in the centre of the unit that you are cooking on.
• Do not use the surface as a cutting board.
• Do not slide cookware across the hob.
• Do not store heavy items above the hob. If they drop onto the hob, they may cause damage.
• Do not use the hob as a working surface.
• Do not use the hob for storage of any items.
05 GB
ATTENTION:
should it be necessary to replace the supply cord, connect the wire
in accordance with the following colours/codes:
BLUE
- NEUTRAL (N)
BROWN
- LIVE (L)
YELLOW-GREEN
- EARTH ( )
1. GENERAL WARNINGS
This equipment, in the parts intended to come into contact with
food, complies with the regulations laid down in EEC directives
89/109.
By placing the
mark on this product, we are confirming
compliance to all relevant European safety, health and
environmental requirements which are applicable in legislation for
this product.
We are constantly striving to improve product quality and as such
may modify appliances to incorporate the latest technical
improvements.
The hob is fitted with a power supply cord which allows it to be
connected only to a power supply of 220-240 V between phases
or between phase and neutral.
. Connect to a socket.
2. INSTALLATION
It is however possible to connect the hob to :
. Three phase
220-240 V3~
. Three phase
380-415 V2N~
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,
the manufacturer declines all responsibility for any technical
failure of the product whether or not it results in damage to
goods or injury to individuals.
To proceed to the new connection, you must adhere the
following instructions.
- Before making the connection, make sure that the installation is
protected by a suitable fuse, and that it is fitted with wires of a
large enough section to supply the appliance normally.
- Turn over the hob, glass side against the work top, taking
care to protect the glass.
Open the cover in the following sequence:
3. BUILT-IN
1
2
3
The furniture in which your hob will be installed and all adjacent
furniture, should be made from materials that can withstand high
temperatures. In addition, all decorative laminates should be fixed
with heat-resistant glue.
Installation (Fig. B / D):
. A watertight seal is supplied with the hob.
. unscrew the cable clamp "1",
. find the two tabs located on the sides,
. put the blade of a flat screw-driver in front of each tab "2" e "3",
push in and press,
. remove the cover.
Before fitting:
- turn the hob upside down, with the glass surface facing
downwards.
Make sure the glass is protected.
- fit the seal round the hob.
- make sure that it is correctly fitted to avoid any leakage into the
supporting cabinet.
Leave a gap of at least 5 cm between the appliance and the
vertical sides of the adjacent furniture.
If, when installing the hob, the lower hob face is adjacent to an
area normally accessible when handling or cleaning, fit a partition
1 cm below the base of the hob to avoid any risk of
scorching or damage.
When installing the hood above a cooker top, please consult the
installation instructions advising on the correct distance required
from the cooker top.
If it is installed on a cabinet above a cooker top , the minimum
distance requires is 70 cm.
To release the power supplying cord.
. remove the screws retaining the terminal block which contains
the shunt bars and the conductors of the supply cord,
. Pull out the supply cord.
Operations to be carried out to make a new connection :
- Choose the power supply cable in accordance with the
recommendations in the table.
- Pass the power supply cable into the clamp.
SHUNT
4. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
"The installation must conform to the standard directives."
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for any damage that
may be caused by unsuitable or unreasonable use.
Warning:
we cannot be held responsible for any incident or its
consequences that may arise during the use of an appliance
not linked to the earth, or linked to an earth whose continuity
is defective.
• Always check before any electrical operation, the supply tension
shown on the electricity meter, the adjustment of the circuitbreaker, the continuity of the connection to earth to the
installation and that the fuse is suitable.
• The electrical connection to the installation should be made via
a socket with a plug with earth, or via an omnipole cut-out switch.
- Strip the end of each conductor of
the supply cord on a 10 mm length,
by taking in account the requested
length of the cord for the connection
to the terminal block.
- According to the installation
and with the help of shunt bars which
you should have recovered in the
first operation, fix the conductor as
shown on the chart.
- Fix the cover.
- Screw the cable clamp.
Note: make sure the terminal board screws are tight.
If the appliance has a socket outlet, it must be installed so that the
socket outlet is accessible.
• The yellow/green wire of the power supply cable must be
connected to the earth of both power supply and appliance
terminals.
• Any queries regarding the power supply cord should be referred
to After Sales Service or a qualified technician.
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THE CHOICE OF COOKWARE - The following information will
help you to choose cookware which will give good performance.
Connection to the terminals on the terminal block
LAY OUT
“1”
LAY OUT
“2”
LAY OUT
“3”
Cable
HO5V2V2F
3x2,5
3x2,5
3x2,5
Cable
HO5V2V2F
4x1,5
4x1,5
Stainless Steel : highly recommended. Especially good with a
sandwich clad base. The sandwich base combines the benefits of
stainless steel (appearance, durability and stability) with the
advantages of aluminium or copper (heat conduction, even heat
distribution).
Aluminium : heavy weight recommended. Good conductivity.
Aluminium residues sometimes appear as scratches on the hob,
but can be removed if cleaned immediately.
Because of its low melting point, thin aluminium should not be
used.
4x1,5
Cast Iron : usable, but not recommended. Poor performance.
May scratch the surface.
Cable
HO5V2V2F
4x1,5
4x1,5
4x1,5
Monophase 220-240 V~
Two phases 220-240 V2~
Copper Bottom / stoneware: heavy weight recommended.
Good performance, but copper may leave residues which can
appear as scratches. The residues can be removed, as long as
the hob is cleaned immediately. However, do not let these pots
boil
dry. Overheated metal can bond to glass hobs. An overheated
copper pot will leave a residue that will permanently stain the hob.
Three phases 220-240 V3~
Three phases 380-415 V2N~
Porcelain/enamel : Good perfomance only with a thiny smooth,
flat base.
Glass-ceramic : not recommended. Poor performance. May
scratch the surface.
Ph = Phase
N = Neutral
T = Earth
7. USE
• After powering up the hob, wait some seconds to activate the
electronic controls.
5. PRESENTATION
• Hilight zone :
a metallic conductor strip is spread uniformly over the whole
surface unit. It is effective within 3 seconds and is suitable for
steady, homogeneous and also sustained cooking.
- Press the button
. The corresponding indicator lights.
Electronic control of the hob is activated : in each display zone,
the heat level shows .
- After 20 seconds whithout use, the electronic control goes off
and the starting operation has to be repeated.
The glass-ceramic hob benefits from greater heat output which is
generated by the hilight cooking zones thereby accelerating the
cooking process. Modifications to the design of the hob have not
affected the capacity of the glass to withstand high temperatures,
but they have improved controllability.
With the "Sprinter" facility, reduced cooking times of up to 15% can
be achieved, depending upon the method of cooking and the type
of saucepans being used.
. STARTING A COOKING ZONE
- Press the selection button of the required cooking zone.
The "0" of the corresponding zone stays lighted when the light of
the others "0" is reduced.
TYPE B
6. HOB COOKWARE ADVICE
7
Using good quality cookware is critical for setting
the best performance from your hob.
- Press the - or + button to select a heat level between 1 and 9.
Hold down the + or - button and the heat level increases or
decreases gradually.
Always use good quality cookware with perfectly flat and
thick bases :
using this type of cookware will prevent hot spots that cause food
to stick. Thick metal pots and pans will provide an even
distribution of heat.
The following examples are for information only.
Personalexperience should then let you adapt these settings to
your taste and habits.
Ensure that the base of the pot or pan is dry : when filling pans
with liquid or using one that has been stored in the
refrigerator, ensure that the base of the pan is completely dry
before placing it on the hob. This will help to avoid staining the hob.
0
U -1
2
3
4
5
:
:
:
:
:
:
Use pans whose diameter is wide enough to completely
cover the surface unit : the size of the pan should be no smaller
than the heating area.
If it is slightly wider the energy will be used at its maximum
efficiency.
6
7
8
9
:
:
:
:
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Off
Dissolving
Melting
Keeping hot
Heating up
Thawing, stewing, full cooking, low temperature
cooking
Cooking without lid
Frying, meat browning and roasting
High temperature cooking and roasting, seizing
Frying, boiling large quantities of water.......
LOCKING BUTTON OPERATION
STOPPING A COOKING ZONE
- Press the selection button of the required cooking zone.
- Press the "-" button to display heat level . Now the zone goes
off, the indicator goes off after 10 seconds.
- To stop rapidly, press simultaneously the "-" and the
respective cooking zone selection.
The heat level automatically goes down to . The cooking
zone goes off.
GENERAL STOP
The cooking zones and the timer can be stopped
at any moment by pressing the On-Off button.
RESIDUAL HEAT INDICATOR
The control panel tells the user when the surface temperature of
the cooking zones exceeds about 60°C, by the following
displaying: . When the temperature goes back below 60°C, the
display goes off.
For ending the cooking, we advise switching off the cooking zone
and using the residual heat of the zone to finish cooking gently.
N.B. After a cut in the current, the residual heat indicator
disappears completely, even if the surface temperature exceeds
60°C.
. OPERATING THE ADDITIONAL COOKING ZONE
(TWO ZONES)
The locking function prevents the accidental activation of the hob
by children, and it is also useful during the cleaning of the hob.
TO LOCK THE HOB. (Example for hob with 4 zones)
Press the ON/OFF button and then (only after this operation the
child lock can be activated)
Press simultaneously the minus key
and the top left selection key, until
you hear the beep sound; if you do
not feel a beep sound, switch OFF
the hob and repeat all the operation
of setting.
After press again the top left
selection key.
This operation procedure must take
place within 10 sec, and no other key
than the one described above may
pressed; otherwise the input will be
cancelled for not being completed.
All displays show an “L” for
LOCKED (=child lock against
unintentional activation) – if a
cooking zone is at stage “hot, “L”
and “H” appear alternately.
TO UNLOCK THE HOB
For unlock the control unit, it is
necessary that the minus key and
the top left selection key (cooking
zone back left) are pressed
simultaneously and subsequently
pressing the minus key again.
The looking is now removed and the
Touch Control returns to STAND BY
mode.
The cooking zone with two zones is
fitted certain models
.............................>
It is active in totality when the cooking zone is in function ; the
control led of the additional cooking is displayed.
TYPE B
7
. FAST HEATER OPERATION
LED
Example
To desactivate the additional cooking zone :
- Press again on the additional cooking zone touch. The Led goes
off when it is desactivated.
To re-activate the additional cooking zone :
- Press on the cooking zone button. The Led is active again.
PROGRAMMING A COOKING ZONE (according to the model)
Every cooking zone can be programmed for a maximum time of 99
minutes.
- Start the required zone by following the previous instructions.
- Press on simultaneously the touch "-" and "+" to activate the
timer, "
" is displayed.
TYPE B
7
LED
- Press again on the "+" button to select a time in minutes
between 0 and 99 minutes or press on the "-" button to decrease
the time between 30 minutes and 0. The timer control led near
the level is displayed.
--> the programmed time can be modified at any moment.
When the time is run, the cooking zone goes off automatically and
an audible beep sounds for 1 minute, press a button to stop it.
--> If any zone is activated, the timer can be used alone, as
reminder, it will ring at the end of the programmed time.
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Every cooking zone on the hob is equipped with a fast heater for
raising the cooking zone’s temperature faster.
Starting the fast heater
- Press the on/off button
.
- Start the required zone, press the " + " button to obtain position
"9", release the button briefly and press again the " + " button ;
the display alternates showing "A" "fast heater" and "9" heat
level.
- If necessary reduce to the required heat position, the display
alternates showing "A" "fast heater" and the new heat position.
Cooking
position
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Power
released
(%)
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
0%
2.5 %
3%
6%
11 %
16 %
19 %
32 %
45 %
65 %
100 %
Time of
fast heater
(minutes)
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
0
0
1
3
5
6,5
8,5
2,5
3,5
4,5
0
Maximum
operating
time before
automatic
cut off*
:
0H
:
2H
:
6H
:
6H
:
5H
:
5H
:
4H
:
1,5 H
:
1,5 H
:
1,5 H
:
1,5 H
E.g. 1800 W zone at position 6 = 32% of 1800 W power released
When the "Fast heater" is on, the zone supplies 1800 W power for 2.5
minutes, and adjusts to 576 W after this time.
* For increased safety, the cooking zones cut off automatically if they
are left on too long. The cut off depends on the heat level used.
To desactivate the fast heater
- Switch on the cooking zone, press the " - " button to come back
to a normal heat level, decrease to the heat level required or to
« 0 " to stop the cooking zone.
9. PROBLEM SOLVING
8. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
. Before carrying out any maintenance work on the hob, allow it
to cool down.
. Only products, (creams and scrapers) specifically designed for
glass ceramic surfaces should be used. They are obtainable
from hardware stores.
. Avoid spillages, as anything which falls on to the hob surface
will quickly burn and will make cleaning more difficult.
. It is advisable to keep away from the hob all substances which
are liable to melt, such as plastic items, sugar, or sugar-based
products.
The cooking zones do not simmer or only fry gently
Only use flat-bottomed pans. If light is visible between the pan
and the hob, the zone is not transmitting heat correctly.
The pan bottom should fully cover the diameter of the selected
zone.
The cooking is too slow
Unsuitable pans are being used. Only use flatbottomed
utensils, that are heavy and have a diameter at least the same
as the cooking zone.
Small scratches or abrasions on the hob's glass surface
Incorrect cleaning or rough-bottomed pans are used; particles
like grains of sand or salt get between the hob and the bottom
of the pan. Refer to the "CLEANING" section; make sure that
pan bottoms are clean before use and only use smooth
bottomed pans. Scratches can be lessened only the cleaning is
done correctly.
Metal marks
Do not slide aluminium pans on the hob. Refer to the cleaning
recommendations.
You use the correct materials, but the stains persist.
Use a razor blade and follow the "CLEANING" section.
Dark stains
Use a razor blade and follow the "CLEANING" section.
Light surfaces on the hob
Marks from an aluminium or copper pan, but also mineral, water
or food deposits; they can be removed using the cream cleaner.
Caramelisation or melted plastic on the hob.
Refer to the "CLEANING" section.
The hob does not operate or certain zones don't work
The shunts are not positioned correctly on the terminal board.
Have a check made that the connection is done he control panel
is locked. Unlock the hob.
The hob does not cut off.
The control panel is locked. Unlock the hob.
The hob stops automatically
A spill covers at least two buttons for more than 10 seconds; the
hob switches to safety, and an audible beep sounds. Clean up
the spill or remove the object.
The cooking zones stop automatically if they are left
on for too long. Refer to the section, "operating time".
Frequency of on/off operations for cooking zones
The on-off cycles vary according to the required heat level:
- low level: short operating time,
- high level: long operating time.
"H" display, residual heat indicator, blinking.
The electronic temperature is too high. A technician should
verify the fitting in compliance with the recommendations.
MAINTENANCE:
- Place a few drops of the specialised cleaning product on the
hob surface.
- Rub any stubborn stains with a soft cloth or with slightly damp
kitchen paper.
- Wipe with a soft cloth or dry kitchen paper until the surface is
clean.
If there are still some stubborn stains:
- Place a few more drops of specialised cleaning fluid on the
surface.
- Scrape with a scraper, holding it at an angle of 30° to the hob,
until the stains disappear.
- Wipe with a soft cloth or dry kitchen paper until the surface is
clean.
- Repeat the operation if necessary.
A FEW HINTS:
Frequent cleaning leaves a protective layer which is essential to
prevent scratches and wear. Make sure that the surface is clean
before using the hob again. To remove marks left by water, use a
few drops of white vinegar or lemon juice. Then wipe with
absorbent paper and a few drops of specialised cleaning fluid.
The glass ceramic surface will withstand scraping from flatbottomed cooking vessels, however, it is always better to lift them
when moving them from one zone to another.
3 0° Maxi
NB:
- Do not use a sponge which is too wet.
- Never use a knife or a screwdriver.
- A scraper with a razor blade will not damage the surface, as long
as it is kept at an angle of 30°.
- Never leave a scraper with a razor blade within the reach of
children.
- Never use abrasive products or scouring powders.
• The metal surround : to safely clean the metal surround wash
with soap and water, rinse, then dry with a soft cloth.
11. PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
This appliance is marked according to the
European directive 2012/19/EU on Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
WEEE contains both polluting substances
(which can cause negative consequences for
the environment) and basic components
(which can be re-used). It is important to have
WEEE subjected to specific treatments, in
order to remove and dispose properly all
pollutants, and recover and recycle all materials.
Individuals can play an important role in ensuring that WEEE
does not become an environmental issue; it is essential to
follow some basic rules:
• WEEE shall not be treated as household waste.
• WEEE shall be handed over to the relevant collection points
managed by the municipality or by registered companies. In
many countries, for large WEEE, home collection could be
present.
• When you buy a new appliance, the old one may be returned
to the retailer who has to collect it free of charge on a one-toone basis, as long as the equipment is of equivalent type and
has the same functions as the supplied equipment.
Any change in the colour of the glass-ceramic
surface does not affect its operation or the stability
of the surface. Such discolorations are mostly a
result of burnt food residues or use of cookware
made of materials such as aluminium or copper;
these stains are difficult to remove.
10. AFTERCARE
Before calling out a Service Engineer please check the
following:
— that the plug is correctly inserted and fused;
If the fault cannot be identified switch off the appliance — do not
tamper with it — call the Aftercare Service Centre. The appliance
is supplied with a guarantee certificate that ensures that it will be
repaired free of charge at the Service Centre.
09 GB
11.2016 • REV:0 • 42821881
GB
The manufacturer will not be responsible for any inaccuracy resulting from printing or transcript errors contained in this brochure. We reserve the right
to carry out modifications to products as required, including the interests of con sumption, without prejudice to the characteri stics relating to safety or
function.
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