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Candy OVG 505/2 X User manual
MOD. OVG505/2N
MOD. OVG505/2W
MOD. OVG505/2X
USE AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR BUIL-IN GAS OVENS
Table of contents
Instructions for the user
Technical characteristics
Installation
Connection to the gas supply
Gas regulation
Oven functions
Switching on the oven
Switching the gas grill on
Knob guard installation
Cleaning and maintenance
Removing the oven door
Cleaning the side rails
Replacing the bulb
Troubleshooting guide
Customer technical service
User instructions
Thank you for choosing one of our products. We hope you will get the very best
performance from this appliance.
Therefore we would ask you to carefully comply with the the suggestions and
instructions in this manual for proper use of our products.
The manufacturer shall not be held liable for damage to persons and property
which is due to poor or incorrect installation of the appliance.
The manufacturer reserves the right to modify its products as deemed fit without
prior notice.
Technical characteristics
This appliance complies with circular EEC concerning limitation of radio and
electrical disturbances For the parts that will come in to contact with food
products, this appliance is compliant with 89/109/EEC.
Before the first use
Once having unpacked and installed the appliance, take out all the internal
accessories and bring the oven to the maximum temperature for a 20 minutes
time, in order to eliminate any remains of manufacturing grease , oil or resins
that can produce unpleasant smells during cooking.
Ventilate the room while doing this operation..
Wash drips and trays with appropriate detergents.
IMPORTANT: accessible parts will become hot when in use.
To avoid burns and scalds children should be kept away.
During the first minutes of working of the appliance it is possible to find some
water droplets on the front side, which do not compromise the correct functioning
of the appliance.
WARNING: IN CASE OF DISASSEMBLY, MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
OF THE APPLIANCE, BE CAREFUL SOME PARTS COULD BE SHARP.
PLEASE USE SUITABLE PREVENTION AND PROTECTION EQUIPMENT
(GLOVES, ETC.).
For maintenance, moving, installation and cleaning of the appliance use suitable
prevention and protection equipment (gloves, etc.).
Lifting and moving of appliances weighing more than 25 kg must be carried out
using proper equipment, or by two persons, in order to avoid risks or injuries.
BEFORE USING THE OVEN PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL SUGGESTIONS
Unplug the appliances before performing any maintenance and/or cleaning.
Any repairs or other work on the appliances must be carried out by qualified
technicians only.
Make sure that the electrical cables of other appliances used near the cooktop
or oven do not touch the hot parts or get stuck in the oven door.
Keep children away from the oven during and immediately after use.
Use oven gloves to remove pots and accessories when the oven is hot.
Do not cover the bottom of the oven with aluminium foil.
Do not place flammable material inside the oven. If the appliance is turned on
accidentally, it could catch on fire.
After using the oven, make sure that the pointer of the knob is in the 'off'
position and close the tap of the gas pipeline or cylind er.
Do not store flammable materials inside the oven cavity.
The oven is equipped with a fan to cool the internal parts, the components of
the oven and create a slight air flow that exits from the slot under the control
panel.
This cooling fan turns on immediately and shuts down 10-30 minutes after the
oven is switched off (depending on oven temperature).
If the fan does not work, do not use the oven and call the service centre.
If there is a power failure, do not use the appliance;
if a power failure occurs while the appliance is operating, turn off the appliance
and do not use it again until power is restored.
In the grill function, the cooling fan starts immediately with the door open or
closed and stops as in the preceding function.
During use, the internal glass of the oven door may steam up.
The accessible parts of the oven may become hot during use. It is advised to
keep toddlers, children and differently-abled persons away from the oven
during and immediately after use. If this is not possible, an adult must be
present during the entire oven operation and cooling period.
Do not place heavy objects on the door in order to avoid damaging the oven
cavity or door hinges.
Do not block the cooling or exhaust openings or slots.
If the oven burner knob becomes increasingly difficult to turn, call the service
centre to replace the tap.
Attention: to reduce consumption and avoid overheating, the oven door should
be kept closed unless specifically required otherwise.
Technical characteristics
This appliance complies with circular EEC concerning limitation of radio and
electrical disturbances For the parts that will come in to contact with food
products, this appliance is compliant with 89/109/EEC.
Dimensions:
Height: 591 mm
Width: 597 mm
Depth: 445 mm
Volume: 58 L
Power supply voltage: 230V a.c. - 50hz
Oven
NATURAL GAS
(Methane) G20
Grill
Grill
Grill
LIQUEFIED
PETROLEUM
GAS
(Butane) G30
LIQUEFIED
PETROLEUM
GAS
(Propane) G31
NATURAL GAS
(Methane) G20
Type of
burner
Oven
LIQUEFIED
PETROLEUM
GAS
(Propane) G31
Type of gas used
Oven
Type of
burner
LIQUEFIED
PETROLEUM
GAS
(Butane) G30
Type of gas used
Open
Open
Open
Air setting
Open
Open
Open
Air setting
-
-
-
By-pass
marking
(100/mm)
48 adjusted
48
48
By-pass
marking
(100/mm)
INJECTOR TABLES Dest. UK
115
80
80
Injector
marking
(100/mm)
115
80
80
Injector
marking
(100/mm)
2,40
2,40
2,40
Nominal heat
capacity (kW)
2,70
2,70
2,70
Nominal heat
capacity (kW)
229 l/h
172 g/h
175 g/h
Nominal
consumption
257 l/h
193 g/h
196 g/h
Nominal
consumption
4,8
4,8
4,8
Air necessary
for
combustion
m³/h
5,4
5,4
5,4
Air necessary
for
combustion
m³/h
17
25
20
20
37
28-30
-
-
-
17
25
20
20
37
28-30
Reduced
Gas pressure (mbar)
nominal heat
capacity (kW)
min.
nominal
0,80
0,80
0,80
Reduced
Gas pressure (mbar)
nominal heat
capacity (kW)
min.
nominal
25
45
35
max.
25
45
35
max.
CATEGORY II2H3+
INSTALLATION
ATTENTION: This appliance can be installed and operated only in rooms that
are continuously ventilated according to UNI 7129/UNI 7131.
IMPORTANT: The installation must be carried out by professionally qualified
personnel following the manufacturer's instructions. Any maintenance on the
appliance must be performed with the appliance disconnected from the electrical
power supply and with the gas supply tap closed. The installation must be carried
out in compliance with the current regulations in the country in which the
appliance will be used.
Gas connection
For the connection of the appliance to the gas distribution system or a gas
cylinder, use the rigid metal pipe in copper or steel with relative fittings
compliant with the standard UNI-CIG 7129 or the flexible hose in stainless steel
with continuous wall compliant with standard UNI-CIG 9891. The pressure
regulators used must be compliant with the standard UNI -CIG 7432.
Electrical connection
The electrical connection must be carried out by a qualified technician according
to the manufacturer's instructions and in compliance with current local standards.
Make sure the voltage matches the value indicated on the technical data plate
visible, with the door open, on one of the side edges of the cavity. If the plug is
not easily accessible, the installer must provide an omni-polar switch with a
contact opening distance of at least 3 mm. The appliance is supplied with a
plugless cable. A normalized plug must be used, taking into consideration that:
yellow - green = earth
blue = neutral
brown = phase
The appliance is required by law to have an earth connection.
Do not use multiple sockets or extension cords.
Installation room (fig. 1)
For proper operation of the gas appliance, it is essential that the room has a
natural air flow from openings on the external walls providing sufficient air for
combustion of the gas. These openings must have a free air -flow cross-section of
at least 100 cm2 (realized with one or more openings).
The exhaust of the combustion residual products must occur through hoods
connected to chimney flues or directly to the outdoors. If it is not possible to
install a hood, an electric fan must be applied to the external wall or window of
the room provided that the room has the required air inlet openings according to
current standards. This electric fan must have a capacity that guarantees, for a
kitchen, an hourly air renewal of 3-5 times its volume.
Fig. 1
Insertion into the furniture unit:
The appliance can be inserted either under a worktop or into a column. In either case
comply with the dimensions shown in figures 1 and 2.
For column installation, in order to ensure proper ventilation, it is very important to
provide an opening of at least 85-90mm as shown in figure 1.
The oven is secured to the furniture unit by four screws located in the holes of
the perimeter frame (see fig. 1).
Do not use the door as a lever when installing the oven.
Do not place excessive pressure on the oven door when it is open.
Fig. 2.1
Fig. 2.2
CONNECTION TO THE GAS SUPPLY
The supply system must be compliant with the current standards in the country of
use. The type of gas for which the oven has been regulated is indicated on the serial
number plate located on one of the side edges of the cavity (visible with the door
open) and on the packaging. Before carrying out the connection, the oven must be
adapted to the type of gas that will be used.
Link the male cylindrical threaded pipe-fitting ½"G, which is placed on the back
side of the appliance to the supply, by using a non-flexible metallic pipe and pipefittings which are compliant with the current standards.
Otherwise you can use a flexible metallic pipe entirely fixed to the wall and pipefittings which are compliant with the current standards; the length of the pipe cannot
be over 2000 mm, in compliance with the current standards.
Check that the pipe cannot come in contact with movable parts that could damage it.
Place the seal (fig. 3) between the pipe-fitting and the pipe. The seal is provided
with the appliance.
Important: to connect the appliance to a LPG supply, place a pressure regulator
which is compliant with the current standards between the pipe and the gas tank.
Attention: when finished, check that there are no gas leaks.
Use soap and water or special liquids to make sure that there are no gas leaks.
DO NOT USE OPEN FLAMES WHEN SEARCHING FOR GAS LEAKS.
Warning: the use of a rubber flexible hose fastened with hose clamps is prohibited
because it cannot be inspected.
Fig. 3
Gas pipe
______
______
Seal
______
Ramp (pipe-fitting)
Adaptation to the gas in use
Other types of gas can be used by changing the burner s etting as follows:
1) Make sure that the oven is not connected to the electrical mains.
2) Open the oven door completely.
3) Extract the bottom of the oven after having removed the retaining screws (fig.
4).
4) Take off the burner by unscrewing the screw.
5) Unscrew the injector and replace it according to the injector table provided
separately. Reassemble the burner and the bottom of the oven, following the
above steps in the reverse order.
Flame adjustment (if applicable) - (fig. 5 and 6)
To adjust the flame, proceed as follows:
loosen the screw C and turn the ring nut D to position N for natural or methane gas, and
position GPL for cylinder gas, aligning the movable pointer on the ring nut with the
fixed pointer on the burner. An adjusted flame is obtained in this man ner.
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
EXCESS AIR
REGULAR FLAME
LACK OF AIR
Setting of the minimum (fig. 7a-7b)
The oven thermostat is equipped with a by-pass for the minimum; when changing the
type of gas it is also necessary to adjust the setting in the following manner:
Remove the thermostat knob;
If the front panel is in glass, remove it by unscrewing the two locking ring nuts
located under the other two knobs (fig. 7a);
If the control panel is in metal, the adjustment can be made through the
opening located on the left side of the thermostat knob housing (fig. 7b);
Turn on the oven and let it operate at maximum with the door closed for at
least 30 minutes;
Move the oven thermostat knob to the minimum and set the by-pass to the
minimum so as to obtain a reduced but stabilized flame. Perform this operation
with the oven door closed;
Use a screwdriver to operate on the notch of the by -pass screw. A few turns of
the by-pass screw is sufficient to adjust the minimum when passing from
liquid gas to methane gas;
fig. 7a
fig. 7b
IMPORTANT: after having adjusted the burner, open and close the oven door to
check that the flame remains lit at the minimum.
If the flame goes out, adjust the by-pass setting.
For operation with G30/G31, the adjustment screw of the by-pass must be screwed in
completely.
When these operations are finished (injector replacement, air adjustment and minimum
setting), turn off the oven and replace the data plate with the new data plate indicating
the operating gas.
OVEN FUNCTIONS (fig. 8)
60' Timer
Oven light
Green light
Selector knob
Fig. 8
Green light
The green light turns on when the selector knob is in any position different from
switched off.
Selector knob
It allows to choose between the different cooking functions and set the desired temperature
of the oven burner.
Oven light
The oven internal light is turned on by switching the knob in a clockwise direction.
60' Timer
The regulating knob must be turned in a clockwise direction until it reaches the 60 minutes
position and then turned to the desired time by turning the knob in a counter clockwise
direction. The oven will not be turned off automatically.
A minute counter ringing will advise that the cooking time is over.
SWITCHING ON THE OVEN
The oven is equipped with electric ignition. To turn on the oven, open the door
completely. If the door is just partially open, a safety system blocks the automatic
ignition of burners.
Press the thermostat knob and turn it counter-clockwise.
Keep the knob pressed for a few seconds to trigger the electric ignition.
However, do not activate the device for more than 15 seconds.
If the burner does not light in 15 seconds, keep the door completely open and wait at
least 1 minute before trying again.
When the oven is turned on, choose your favorite cooking temperature between Min.
and Max.
NOTE: when the oven is turned on for the first time, it is normal to have to repeat the
operation several times due to the presence of air in the gas supply line. Once the flame
is lit, keep the thermostat knob pressed for a few seconds to activate the safety
thermocouple that would otherwise block the gas supply. Check the successful lighting
of the burner through the slots located in the front part of the oven plate; if it is not lit,
repeat the operation.
The proper operation of the burner should be checked with the oven door closed.
Notes:
The oven burner has a safety valve which block the gas flow in the following cases:
- if the selector knob is accidentally turned with immediate gas flow.
- if the burner flame is accidentally cut off.
- in the case of lack of gas depending by the gas provider.
DURING OPERATION
Keeping the door closed, check that the cooling fan is operating properly. If the fan
does not work, proceed as follows:
1. check the power supply; if there is a power failure stop baking, turn off the
appliance and wait for power to be restored.
2. if there is no power failure, do not use the oven and contact the service centre.
If the oven door is opened during use, the fan stops to prevent the flow of hot air in the
direction of the user; once the door is closed again the fan resumes operation; if this
does not occur, perform the checks listed in points 1 and 2.
SWITCHING THE GAS GRILL ON
The grill has an electronic ignition.
To switch the gas grill on, proceed as follows:
open the oven door;
press the knob slightly and turn it clockwise to the grill position;
the cooling fan starts;
press the knob right in to trigger the electric ignition.
Please note that the electric ignition does not have to be pressed more than
15 seconds. If the burner does not start in 15 seconds, keep the oven door open
and wait for at least 1 minute before trying again the electric ignition.
Note: when doing the electric ignition for the first time, it is quite normal
having to try many times the electric ignition, because of the air inside the gas pipe.
During grill operation:
The oven door must be kept open and the knob protection fitted.
Keeping the door open, check the correct working of the cooling fan.
If the cooling fan doesn't start, operate in this way:
1 Check there has been no interruption in the electricity supply; if so, stop cooking,
switch off the grill and wait for the electricity to come.
2 If there has not been any interruption in the electricity supply, do not use the oven
and call the After-sales Service.
WARNING:
The accessible parts of the oven can be very hot when using the grill:
keep away the children.
Always use oven gloves when moving food in or out of the oven cavity.
How to use the grill
Foods to be grilled
Cuts of thin meat
Cuts of normal meat
Fish (e.g. trout, salmon)
Sausages
Toast
Cooking time in minutes
Over
Under
6
4
8
5
15
12
12
10
5
2
Depending on the type of food (e.g. meats, fish, poultry, etc.), you will need to turn
the food to expose both sides to the infrared rays.
The data provided above is approximate. Cooking times vary based on the
experience of the person using the oven and the amount and quality of the foods.
The cooking times do not include pre-heating. It is advisable to pre-heat the oven
for about 15 min.
With the ventilated grill function, do not select a temperature of more than 190°C.
ATTENTION:
The accessible parts of the oven may become hot during use. It is advised to keep
toddlers, children and differently-abled persons away from the oven during and
immediately after use.
If this is not possible, an adult must be present during the entire oven operation and
cooling period.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING KNOB GUARD
OPEN OVEN DOOR
INSTALL KNOB GUARD
IN SLOTS OF FRONT
FASTEN KNOB GUARD ONTO FRONT
BY MOVING IT TO THE RIGHT
MAKE SURE THE KNOB GUARD IS ATTACHED
BY PULLING IT OUTWARDS
CLOSE OVEN DOOR
ATTENTION:
During operation the knob guard gets very hot.
Use kitchen gloves.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF THE OVEN
Important: Before performing any maintenance, you must either unplug the oven
or disconnect the power supply via the omni -polar switch of the electrical system.
Cleaning the oven:
Let the oven cool after each use and clean it to keep burnt on residues
from being repeatedly heated.
For tough dirt, use a product specifically for oven cleaning. Follow the
instructions on the container of the product.
Clean the outside with a sponge dampened in lukewarm water.
Do not use abrasive products, steel wool pads, electrical or steam cleaners, or
flammable products.
Do not use abrasive substances or materials to clean the glass as they may
damage it.
Wash accessories in a dishwasher or by hand using a product for oven
cleaning.
ATTENTION: use protective gloves for the following tasks.
How to remove the oven door (fig. 9)
To make it easier to clean the oven, it is possible to remove the door from the hinges
as follows:
The hinges A are equipped with 2 mobile U -bolts B.
When the U-bolts B are lifted, the hinges are disconnected from their housing.
After this, lift the door up and pull it outwards, holding the door on both sides
near the hinges.
To re-install the door:
Slide the hinges into the grooves and open the door all the way.
Turn the mobile U-bolts to their starting position before closing the door
again.
Fig. 9
ATTENTION:
Please ensure that you do not remove the hinge locking system when you remove the
door. The hinge mechanism has a very strong spring. Never immerse the door in
water.
Cleaning the side rails - Fig. 10
The side rails are to be hooked onto the wall of the oven. Slide the racks and tray
provided into the side rails.
To remove the side rails press on part A as shown .
Fig. 10
Replacement of oven lamp (fig. 11)
Disconnect the oven from the electrical power supply.
Use a screwdriver to remove the light cover.
Replace the lamp
Put the light cover back
Restore the power supply
N.B. : use only lamps that are 25W 230V, type E -14, T 300°C, available from our
technical service.
Fig. 11
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
The burner does not light
Is the gas supply tap open?
Is the gas supply obstructed?
Is the gas cylinder empty?
Are the burner openings blocked?
The burner does not stay lit
Repeat the ignition operation positioning the knob on the symbol representing
the maximum temperature.
The electric ignition doesn't work
Is there a power failure?
The cooling system doesn't work
Is there a power failure?
Is the oven door open?
CUSTOMER TECHNICAL SERVICE
Before contacting technical service
If the product does not work, we suggest the following:
check that the plug is firmly in the socket;
If you cannot identify the reason for the malfunction:
turn the appliance off, do not tamper with it and contact technical services department.
This household appliance is marked in compliance with European Directive 2002/96/EC
on waste from electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). If you make sure this product
is disposed of properly, you will help to prevent possible negative consequences for the
environment and for people's health, which otherwise might occur due to incorrect
treatment of this product at the end of its life cycle.
The symbol
on the product indicates that this appliance may not be handled as
normal domestic waste. In fact, it must be taken to the nearest collection point for the
recycling of electrical and electronic waste. It must be disposed of in accordance with
current environmental regulations on waste disposal. For more information about
treatment, salvage and recycling of this product, please contact the nearest local
authorities, the organization that collects waste at home, or the shop where it was
purchased.
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