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Siemens iQ500 Gas range cooker Installation instructions
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Safety precautions
Read and store these instructions carefully. Safe use can only
be guaranteed if the appliance has been installed by a
professional and in accordance with these assembly
instructions.
The appliance must be connected to the mains only by a
licensed and trained technician.
If you wish to convert to a different type of gas, call the aftersales service.
: Risk of gas escape!
After connecting the appliance to the gas supply, always check
the connection for leak tightness. The manufacturer accepts no
responsibility for the escape of gas from a gas connection
which has been previously tampered with.
The fitter or the installer is liable for damage or faults resulting
from incorrect assembly or installation.
When installing the appliance you must observe the building
regulations that are currently applicable and the regulations set
by the local electricity and gas suppliers (e.g. Germany: DVGWTRGI/TRGF; Austria: ÖVGW-TR).
Switch off the power and gas supply before carrying out any
work.
The information on the rating plate regarding voltage, gas type
and gas pressure must comply with the local connection
conditions.
Electrical appliances must always be earthed.
If an extractor hood is to be fitted, it must be fitted according to
the associated assembly instructions. Take into consideration
the specified minimum distance to the hob.
This appliance must not be installed on boats or in vehicles.
: Gas-pressure regulator!
This appliance requires an operating pressure of 2,8 kPa at the
appliance. A suitable LPG regulator that complies with the
requirements of SANS 1237 must be installed.
: Important Information for the user!
This appliance may only be installed by a registered LP Gas
installer. All registered installers are issued with a card carrying
their registration number. Ask to be shown the card before
allowing the installation work to commence and make a note of
the Installer QCC number. Upon completion of the installation,
the installer is required to explain the operational details of the
appliance together with the safety instructions. You will be asked
to sign acceptance of the installation and be provided with a
completion certificate. You should only sign for acceptance of
the installation when the installation is completed to your
satisfaction.
Note that your invoice is required in the event that you wish
make a guarantee claim.
: Important Information for the installer!
This appliance may only be installed by a LP gas installer
registered with the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Association of
Southern Africa. The appliance must be installed in accordance
with the requirements of SANS 10087-1 and any fire department
regulations and/or local bylaws applicable to the area. If in
doubt check with the relevant authority before undertaking the
installation. Upon completion of the installation you are required
to fully explain and demonstrate to the user the operational
details and safety practices applicable to the appliance and the
installation.
Before installing
These instructions are intended for several models. Details may
vary, depending on the appliance model.
Read the following information about the appliance and the
guidelines for ventilation.
In this section, you will find information on
■ Unpacking
■ the appliance classes
■ the appliance dimensions
■ the distance from any adjacent furniture
■ the rating plate
Unpacking
Check the appliance for damage after unpacking it. Do not
connect the appliance if it has been damaged in transport.
Dispose of packaging in an environmentally-friendly manner.
Appliance classes - Fig. 1
This appliance corresponds to the following appliance classes:
Appliance class
Description
Fig. 1a
Class 1
Non flush-fitted cooker
Fig. 1b
Class 2 - subclass 1
Cooker immediately adjacent to two units, consisting of a single unit, can also be installed so
that the side walls are accessible
Appliance dimensions - Fig. 2
Adjacent units - Fig. 3
Adjacent units and adjacent unit fronts must be heat-resistant up
to at least 90 °C. If the appliance is installed close to other
kitchen units, you must comply with the minimum distances
specified in the diagram.
Rating plate
The technical data for the appliance can be found on the rating
plate.
The rating plate is located on the inside of the storage
compartment flap.
The setting values are specified on a label on the appliance
packaging.
Enter the product number (E no.), production number (FD no.),
factory settings for the type of gas/gas pressure and, if
applicable, the converted gas type into the table below. The
changes made to the appliance and the type of connection are
crucial for the safe and correct operation of the appliance.
E no.
FD no.
After-sales serviceO
Type of gas/gas pressure
Factory setting
Type of gas/gas pressure
Conversion
Guidelines for ventilation
This appliance must only be installed in a room that is
sufficiently ventilated.
If the total power for all gas appliances is below 11 kW, then this
requirement is met if the installation room has a volume of over
15 m³ and at least one door leading outside or one window that
can be opened.
If the total power for all gas appliances is above 11 kW, then
this requirement is met if the installation room has a volume of
over 2 m³ per kW and at least one door leading outside or one
window that can be opened. Furthermore, an exhaust extractor
hood or a controlled domestic ventilation system (no
recirculated air operation) should be present and should have a
minimum flow volume of 15 m³/h for each kW of total power for
all gas appliances. Appropriate supply air openings must be
present.
Note: In some countries, the requirements for minimum room
volume vary. Find out information on this from your after-sales
service.
Installation
This appliance is supplied with a set of adjustable feet and a
glass cover. The glass cover is prefitted.
Fitting the adjustable feet - Fig. 4
1. Remove all parts that are not permanently fixed, especially the
pan supports and burners.
2. Remove the accessories from the oven.
3. Tilt the appliance by raising it slightly on one side from the floor.
4. Screw the adjustable feet into the mounting holes on the
underside of the appliance.
Note: If you then need to pull the appliance, screw in the
adjustable feet fully.
5. Only finally level the appliance when the electricity and gas
have been connected, and all of the installation work has been
completed.
Fitting the splash guard - Fig. 5
1. Remove the packaging and the protective film from the splash
guard.
2. Loosen the two screws on the back of the appliance.
The nuts are no longer required.
3. Place the splash guard into the holes intended for this purpose
using the dowels.
4. Insert and tighten the bolts from below.
Electrical connection
The appliance must only be connected to the power supply by a
licensed professional. The appliance must be installed in
accordance with the most recent IEE guidelines (Institute of
Electrical Engineers). The appliance may be damaged if
incorrectly connected.
Make sure the voltage of the power supply corresponds to the
specified value on the rating plate.
Ensure that the power supply is properly earthed and that the
fuse and the wiring and piping system in the building is
sufficiently dimensioned for the electrical power of the
appliance.
It is recommended that you configure the circuit for the
appliance to 16 A.
Observe the following points when routing the service cable:
■ Do not pinch or squeeze the cable.
■ Keep the cable away from sharp edges.
■ Do not bring the cable into contact with parts that can reach
temperatures of more than 50 °C above room temperature.
Connecting the appliance to the power supply
The appliance corresponds to protection class 1 and may only
be operated with a protective earth connection.
The appliance must be disconnected from the power supply for
all installation work.
The appliance must only be connected to the power supply with
the power cable provided.
Contact protection must be ensured by the installation.
Only a licensed expert may connect the appliance. He is subject
to the regulations of the local electricity provider.
Power cable without a plug with earthing contact
An all-pole isolating switch with at least a 3 mm contact gap
must be fitted in the installation. Identify the phase and neutral
conductors in the socket. The appliance may be damaged if
incorrectly connected.
Connection to nominal voltage 220-240 V. Connect the wires of
the mains power cord according to the colour coding: green/
yellow = PE conductor <, blue = (zero) neutral conductor,
brown = phase (external conductor).
Gas connection
The appliance must be connected in accordance with the
currently applicable regulations. Before installing the appliance,
check that the local conditions (type of gas and pressure) are
compatible with the appliance settings. The permissible
appliance settings can be found on the rating plate. The
appliance must be connected to the gas lines and seals by a
professional in accordance with currently applicable standards.
Gas connection on the appliance
The gas connection is located on the rear of the appliance.
A connection elbow (EN ISO 228 G1/2 male - 228 G1/2 male),
an adapter for natural gas (EN ISO 228 G1/2 - EN 10226 R1/
2), and a hose connection for liquefied gas (EN ISO 228 G1/2 LPG) are supplied with the appliance.
Default setting of the burners
The burners have been preset for liquefied gas G30/31 (28-30/
37 mbar). A nozzle set for G20 natural gas (20 mbar) is
supplied with the appliance.
Connecting to natural gas - Fig. 6a
Only use connecting cables or flexible hoses which comply with
the applicable regulations and which are approved for this
purpose.
1. Screw the elbow (3) and the seal (2) to the gas connection (1)
2. Hold the elbow (3) in place with a spanner and screw the
adapter piece (5) and the seal (4) to the elbow.
3. Hold the adapter piece (5) with a spanner and screw it to a
fixed connection line or a flexible gas connecting hose (6).
Only use approved sealing compound to seal the thread.
Connecting to liquefied gas - Fig. 6b
If you connect the appliance to liquefied gas, you must always
install a suitable gas pressure regulator. Use the total gas
consumption of the appliance stated on the rating plate to select
a suitable gas pressure regulator.
Only use connecting cables or flexible hoses which comply with
the applicable regulations and which are approved for this
purpose.
1. Screw the elbow (3) and the seal (2) to the gas connection (1)
2. Screw the hose connection (5) and the seal (4) to the
elbow (3).
3. Slide the flexible gas connecting hose (7) onto the hose
connection (5).
4. Pull the clamp (6) tight.
Only use approved sealing compound to seal the thread.
Flexible hoses - Fig. 7
For flexible hoses, observe the following points:
■ Do not pinch or squeeze hoses.
■ Do not subject the hoses to twisting or pulling forces.
■ Keep the hoses away from sharp edges.
■ Do not let the hoses come into contact with parts that may
reach a temperature higher than 70 °C above room
temperature.
■ Make sure that the full length of the hoses is accessible for
inspection.
Installing the safety valve
The installation of a safety valve for opening and closing the gas
supply is a compulsory requirement. Fit the safety valve
between the gas supply line to the appropriate room and the
appliance. Ensure unhindered access to this valve.
Checking for leaks
After connecting the gas line, check the connections for leaks
using soapy water.
Initial use
Switch the appliance on as described in the instructions for use.
Light all the burners and check that the flames remain stable at
both the high and low settings.
Converting the gas type
If the appliance is not already set up for the existing type of gas,
the appliance must be converted. The conversion to a different
type of gas must be carried out by an authorised expert in
accordance with the applicable regulations. The type of gas and
pressure that was preset at the factory are indicated on the
rating plate.
In order to convert to a different type of gas, the nozzles must be
replaced and the low flame and primary air may have to be
adjusted.
Replacing the gas burner nozzles - Fig. 8
1. Disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply.
2. Remove the pan support.
3. Remove the burner cap A and burner cup B from the burner C
(Fig. 8a).
4. Remove the nozzle D and replace it with an appropriate nozzle
for the new type of gas (Fig. 8b).
5. Replace the old gas label with the new gas label.
The new gas label is supplied with the nozzle set.
6. Place the burner cup B onto the burner C.
7. Position the burner cap A exactly on top of the burner cup B
(Fig. 8c).
General nozzle table
Type of gas
Natural gas NG
G20
mbar
20
Liquefied gas - 28 LPG
30/37
Butane
Propane
G30/G31
kPa
2.0
Nozzle
Type of burner
Number
Bypass
8. Refit the pan support.
Setting the minimum gas flow
1. Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
2. Switch on the gas burner and light the gas with a match.
3. Turn the control knob for the gas burner towards the small
flame setting.
4. Detach all of the control knobs.
5. Undo the screws and remove the control panel (fig. 9a).
6. Adjust the internal setting screw until a stable flame is burning
correctly (fig. 9b).
7. Loosen the setting screw to increase the gas flow or tighten it
to decrease the gas flow.
Note: Make sure that the flame does not go out when the gas
flow is quickly changed between maximum and minimum, and
vice versa.
The setting is correct when the height of the small flame is
approx. 3 to 4 mm.
8. Fit the control panel and screw it firmly in place.
9. Refit the control knobs for the gas burner.
10.Connect the appliance.
Power
W
Power
min. (W)
Max. consumption
G20
G30
G31
218 g/h
214 g/h
115 (Y)
Gap
High output burner
3000
800
283 l/h
97 (Z)
Gap
Standard burner
1800
500
167 l/h
72 (X)
Gap
Economy burner
1000
400
97 l/h
135 (s)
Gap
Wok burner
3900
1600
359 l/h
2.8 85
3.0/3.7 65
0.45
High output burner
3000
800
0.33
Standard burner
1800
500
131 g/h
129 g/h
50
0.30
Economy burner
1000
400
73 g/h
71 g/h
100
0.63
Wok burner
3900
1600
284 g/h
279 g/h
Nominal operating pressure
The nominal operating pressure of your appliance is:
■ for natural gas - NG (G20) 20 mbar / 2.0 kPa.
■ for liquefied gas - LPG (G30) 30 mbar / 3.0 kPa.
■ for liquefied gas - LPG (G31) 37 mbar / 3.7 kPa.
Your appliance must be operated at these pressure values. All
information on the rating plate refers to these pressure values.
The manufacturer does not accept any liability for operability,
power of the appliance or for other risks if the appliance is
operated at pressure values other than those values specified
for the appliance.
Note: If you are operating the appliance with liquefied gas, use
a gas pressure regulator. The pressure regulator must be
connected and maintained by a licensed technician.
Positioning and levelling
Positioning the appliance
When installing the appliance, make sure that there is enough
space in the final installation location to pull the appliance
forwards for cleaning and maintenance work.
The ground underneath must be hard and firm. The wall
immediately behind the appliance must be made from nonflammable material, e.g. tiles.
If you need to move the appliance in order to position it, make
sure that the adjustable feet are fully screwed in.
Adjusting the appliance - Fig. 10
Turn the adjustable feet to level the appliance.
Note: Only level the appliance once all other work has been
completed.
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