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Siemens iQ100 Gas combination freestanding cooker Installation Instruction
Ú Instructions for connecting gas and gas conversion (for
After-Sales Service only)
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Ú Table of contents
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Important information................................................................ 3
Choose which side of the appliance to connect the gas on (*
optional)................................................................................................3
Gas connection .......................................................................... 4
Approved connections.......................................................................4
Natural gas connection (NG)............................................................4
Liquefied gas connection (LPG) ......................................................4
Conversion to a different gas type........................................... 5
Converting to a different gas type ...................................................5
Functional parts for the gas conversion.........................................5
Replacing the burner nozzles...........................................................6
Adjusting or replacing the burner bypass screws and setting
the small flame ....................................................................................6
Converting the appliance from natural gas to liquefied gas ......6
Conversion from liquid gas to natural gas.....................................6
Removing the control panel..............................................................7
Replacing the bypass nozzles..........................................................8
Installing the control panel ................................................................8
Leak test and function test ....................................................... 8
Check the gas connection ................................................................8
Checking the burner nozzles............................................................8
Checking the bypass valves.............................................................8
Correct flame formation ............................................................ 9
Burner ...................................................................................................9
Technical data – Gas ................................................................. 9
2
Important information
The appliance must only be converted from one gas type to
another by authorised personnel who have received
appropriate training. The procedure must always be carried
out in accordance with the instructions in this manual.
Incorrect connection and incorrect settings may damage the
appliance.The appliance manufacturer shall accept no
liability for incorrect connections or incorrect settings.
Choose which side of the appliance to
connect the gas on (* optional)
The gas supply to the appliance can be connected on the left
or right. The side on which the gas supply is connected can be
changed if necessary.
Connect the main gas supply.
Always observe the symbols on the rating plate. If there is no
symbol that is relevant to your country, comply with the
technical guidelines in force in your country when configuring
the appliance settings.
If you change the side on which the gas supply is connected,
the gas connection piece on the side that is not being used
must be sealed with a blind plug.
Find out which gas type and which gas pressure your local gas
supply network uses before installing the appliance. Make sure
that all settings have been configured correctly before starting
to use the appliance.
1. Place the new seal in the blind plug. Make sure the seal is
Always comply with local and national guidelines and
regulations.
The setting conditions for this appliance are specified on the
rating plate on the back of the appliance. The gas type set at
the factory is marked with an asterisk (*).
To do this:
seated correctly.
2. Secure the gas connection piece to the appliance using a 22
mm spanner and place the blind plug onto the connection
piece using a 24 mm spanner.
Once the side on which the gas supply is connected has been
changed, check that the connection is leak-tight. See the
section entitled "Leak testing" for more information about this.
Enter the following data in the table:
Product number (E no.)
Production number (FD)
Enter the factory settings for the gas type/gas pressure in the
table below and then add the applicable gas type/gas pressure
settings for once conversion has been carried out.
E no.
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FD
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Gas type/gas pressure
This data can be found on the
rating plate
Gas type/gas pressure
Note: Use a torque wrench to connect the appliance.
* Option: Only valid for some models.
Data following gas conversion
Caution!
After converting the appliance from one gas type to another,
the new gas type must be indicated on the rating plate.Use a
gas conversion label to do this. The gas type is marked with an
asterisk (*) on the label. The label detailing the gas type
(marked with an asterisk (*)) to which the appliance has been
converted must be adhered in the designated place on the
rating plate.
The changes made to the appliance and the type of appliance
connection are essential to enabling the appliance to work
safely and in accordance with the relevant regulations.
: 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.
Do not move the appliance by pulling on the gas pipe
(collector). This could damage the gas pipe.
The appliance must not be moved once it has been installed.
If you do move the appliance once it has been installed,
check that the connection is leak-tight.
Risk of gas leak!
■
Risk of gas leak!
■
Switch off the power and gas supply before carrying out any
work.
This appliance must not be installed on boats or in vehicles.
3
Gas connection
Approved connections
These instructions apply only when the appliance is set up in
countries that are indicated on the rating plate.
If the appliance is set up, connected and used in a country that
is not indicated on the rating plate, installation and assembly
instructions must be used that contain data and information on
the valid connection conditions in the relevant country.
Connection in accordance with EN 10226 R^ (TS 61-210 EN
10226 R^ )
1. Place the new seal in the connection piece. Make sure the
seal is seated correctly.
2. Secure the gas connection piece to the appliance using a 22
mm spanner and place the connection piece into the
connection piece using a 24 mm spanner.
Natural gas connection (NG)
If natural has (NG) is used, the gas supply should be
connected via a gas pipe or a safety gas hose with threaded
fittings at both ends.
Connection in accordance with EN ISO 228 G^ (TS EN ISO
228 G^ )
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1. Place the new seal in the connection piece. Make sure the
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seal is seated correctly.
2. Secure the gas connection piece to the appliance using a 22
mm spanner and place the connection piece into the
connection piece using a 24 mm spanner.
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6:
3. Secure the connection piece using a 24 mm spanner. Use a
24 mm spanner to place the threaded fitting of the gas pipe
or safety gas hose on the connection piece and tighten it
firmly.
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3. Place the new seal into the gas pipe or safety gas hose.
Make sure the seal is seated correctly.
4. Secure the connection piece using a 24 mm spanner. Use a
24 mm spanner to place the threaded fitting of the gas pipe
or safety gas hose on the connection piece and tighten it
firmly.
4. For information on how to carry out leak testing, see the
section entitled "Leak testing". Open the gas connection shutoff.
: Risk of gas leak!
When connecting the gas pipe or safety gas hose, do not
tighten the gas connection piece on the appliance using a 22
m spanner. This may damage the connection piece.
6:
Notes
*R^: EN 10226 R^ (TS 61-210 EN 10226 R^)
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■
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Use a torque wrench to connect the appliance.
Liquefied gas connection (LPG)
Caution!
5. For information on how to carry out leak testing, see the
Observe the specific guidelines for each country.
: Risk of gas leak!
Important information on using a gas hose:
section entitled "Leak testing". Open the gas connection shutoff.
When connecting the gas pipe or safety gas hose, do not
tighten the gas connection piece on the appliance using a 22
m spanner. This may damage the connection piece.
Notes
■ *G^: EN ISO 228 G^ (TS EN ISO 228 G^)
■
If liquid gas (LPG) is used, the gas supply should be connected
via a gas hose or a fixed connector.
■
■
■
Use a torque wrench to connect the appliance.
■
Use a safety gas hose or a plastic gas hose (8 or 10 mm in
diameter).
It must be attached to the gas connection using an approved
connecting device (e.g. a hose clamp).
The hose must be short and completely leak-tight. The hose
must not be longer than 1.5 m. Observe the applicable
guidelines.
The gas hose must be replaced once a year.
1. Place the new seal in the connection piece. Make sure the
seal is seated correctly.
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2. Secure the gas connection piece to the appliance using a 22
mm spanner and place the connection piece into the
connection piece using a 24 mm spanner.
3. Fit the safety gas hose and use a pipe union or cable clamp
to tighten it securely.
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4. For information on how to carry out leak testing, see the
section entitled "Leak testing". Open the gas connection shutoff.
Note: Use a torque wrench to connect the appliance.
Conversion to a different gas type
Converting to a different gas type
■
The gas connection must be replaced.
■
The burner nozzles must be replaced.
■
■
Burner nozzle
Depending on the factory gas setting, the bypass screws in
the burner valves must either be replaced, or screwed in fully.
If present, the oven and grill nozzles must also be replaced.
(*) Seal
Numbers are printed on the nozzles indicating their diameter.
Further information about the gas types suitable for the
appliance, as well as the corresponding gas nozzles, can be
found in the section entitled "Technical properties - gas".
After the conversion
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■
After the appliance has been converted to a different gas
type, you must perform a leak test. See the section entitled
"Leak test".
After the appliance has been converted to a different gas
type, the correct flame formation must be tested. See the
section entitled "Correct flame formation".
Enter the newly-set type of gas and gas pressure in the table.
See the section entitled "Measures to be observed".
Caution!
After the appliance has been converted to a different gas type,
the labels giving information on the gas type and showing a
star must be affixed at the appropriate point on the rating plate
MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO THIS.
(*) Connecting piece for natural
gas
(NG: G20, G25)
TS 61-210 EN 10226 R^
EN 10226 R^
(*) Connecting piece for natural
gas
(NG: G20, G25)
TS EN ISO 228 G^
EN ISO 228 G^
(*) Connecting piece for liquid gas
(LPG: G30, G31)
Functional parts for the gas conversion
The functional parts that are required for the gas conversion in
accordance with the instructions are displayed below.
You will find the correct nozzle diameters in the table in the
section entitled "Technical properties - gas".
Gas connecting piece
Always use new seals.
The gas connecting piece to be used may vary depending on
the gas type and country-specific regulations.
(*) These functional parts must be used when the gas is
connected.
Dummy plug (shut-off piece)
Bypass screw
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Replacing the burner nozzles
1. Make sure all the knobs on the control panel are turned off.
2. Close the gas connection shut-off.
3. Remove the pan supports and burner parts.
4. Remove the burner nozzles (7 mm socket wrench).
Adjusting or replacing the burner bypass
screws and setting the small flame
The bypass screws regulate the minimum flame height of the
burners.
Preparation
Shut off the gas supply.
: Risk of electric shock!
Interrupt the power supply to the appliance.
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1. Turn off the switches on the control panel.
2. Remove the control knobs individually by holding tightly on to
the control panel and pulling them straight out.
5. If your appliance features a wok burner with side access,
remove the burner nozzle as shown below.
Converting the appliance from natural gas to
liquefied gas
If the appliance was set to natural gas at the time of delivery
(factory setting) (NG: G20, G25) and is now being converted to
liquefied gas for the first time (LPG: G30, G31):
For models with safety pilot:
In order to reach the bypass nozzles, the control panel must be
removed. See the section "Removing the control panel".
The bypass nozzles must be tightened as far as they will go.
You must then carry out the work steps in the section "Installing
the control panel".
For models with gas oven (optional):
In order to reach the bypass nozzle underneath the burner tap,
you must remove the control panel. See the section "Removing
the control panel".
6. The burner nozzles can be found in the table; see the section
entitled "Technical data – Gas".
Fit the new nozzles into the appropriate burners.
After replacing the nozzles, check that there are no leaks. See
the section entitled "Testing for leaks".
The bypass nozzle on the oven burner must be tightened as far
as it will go.
You must then carry out the work steps in the section "Installing
the control panel".
Conversion from liquid gas to natural gas
If the appliance is to be converted from liquid gas
(LPG: G30, G31) to natural gas (NG: G20, G25), or this
conversion has already been performed and is now to be
reversed:
All bypass nozzles on the appliance must be replaced. To do
this, read the section entitled "Removing the control panel".
The instructions in the section entitled "Replacing the bypass
screws" must then be followed.
Then, follow the instructions in the section entitled "Attaching
the control panel".
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Removing the control panel
1. If the appliance has an upper cooker cover, remove this.To
remove the cover, open it, take hold of it at the sides with
both hands, and pull it upwards. The upper cover will come
away. Take care not to lose the hinges.
6. Hold the cooktop at the front and tilt it upwards at an angle of
no more than 30°. Use the rod, which can be positioned
upright on the front burner mount, to prop up the cooktop.
7. Remove the plastic covers from the front profiles on the right
2. Remove the pan supports and burner parts.
3. If there are any burner connection screws in the hob, remove
them all.
and left (without scuffing or scratching them). Unscrew the
screws (T20) underneath them.
8. Remove the four screws (M4) that are uncovered when you
remove the control knobs (T15) from the control panel.
: Caution!
These screws must be removed to prevent the control knobs
and electronic components from being damaged.
4. Remove the two screws (T20) at the front right and left of the
cooktop. Do not remove the plastic parts underneath.
9. Grip the control panel with both hands and slowly pull it
upwards. Release it from its fastening clamps. Then carefully
pull the panel towards you to remove it. Make sure that the
cables are not damaged and the connections do not come
loose.
5. For models with a wok burner (optional): Remove the four
screws (M4) from the wok burner.
10.To access the bypass nozzles on the right-hand side, you
can turn the panel clockwise slightly; to access the bypass
nozzles on the left-hand side, you can turn the panel anticlockwise slightly. Make sure that the cables are not
damaged and that the connections do not come loose.
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Replacing the bypass nozzles
Installing the control panel
1. Use a flat-head screwdriver (no. 2) to unscrew the bypass
To fit the control panel, follow the instructions for removing it in
the reverse order.
nozzles. Remove the bypass nozzles.
1. Take hold of the control panel with both hands and carefully
fit it into place. Make sure that the cables are not damaged
and the connections do not come loose.Lower the panel
slightly and place it in the fastening clamps.
2. Screw the four screws (T15 and M4) that you removed from
the control panel back in.
3. Screw the screws (T20) that you removed from the front
profiles back in on the right and left.Refit the plastic covers.
4. Fit the cooktop carefully. Make sure that the plastic parts
2. Select the appropriate new bypass nozzles from the table
depending on the gas type to which you are converting. See
the section entitled "Technical specifications – Gas".
3. Check that the seals on the bypass nozzles are seated
correctly and work properly. Only use bypass nozzles with
seals that have absolutely no defects.
underneath the screws do not fall out. Screw the two screws
(T20) back in at the front right and left of the cooktop. If there
are any burner connection screws, screw them all into the
cooktop.
5. For models with a wok burner (optional): Screw the four Torx
screws (M4) that you removed from the wok burner back in.
6. If your cooker has an upper cover, take hold of it on both
sides, hold it upright and push it straight down into the
holder.
7. Put the burner bases in place, positioning them by size, and
make sure that the ignition plugs are inserted into the
opening at the edge of each burner base. Place the
enamelled burner caps in the centre of the matching burner
bases.
8. Refit the pan supports. Make sure that the 80 mm-wide pan
support is fitted on the auxiliary burner.
4. Insert the new bypass nozzles and tighten them securely.
Ensure that all bypass nozzles have been fastened to the
correct taps.
5. At this stage, it is important to test for leaks. See the section
entitled "Testing for leaks".
9. Fit the control knobs carefully.
10.At this stage, it is important to check that the burners are
burning correctly. See the section entitled "Correct burning"
for details.
11.Check that the appliance is working correctly.
Leak test and function test
: Risk of explosion!
Checking the burner nozzles
Avoid sparking. Do not use an open flame.
Perform the leak test only with a suitable leakage spray.
1. Open the gas supply.
In the event of a gas leak
2. Carefully close the hole in the burner nozzle to be checked
Shut off the gas supply.
Ensure that the room affected is well ventilated.
Check the gas and valve connections again. Repeat the leak
test.
Carry out the leak test separately for each nozzle.
using your finger or a suitable device.
3. Spray the nozzle with a leakage spray.
4. Press the function selector and turn it anti-clockwise. This
supplies the nozzle with gas.
The leak test must be performed by two people, in accordance
with the following instructions.
If small bubbles or foam form, indicating a gas leak, follow the
instructions in the section entitled "In the event of a gas leak".
Check the gas connection
Checking the bypass valves
1. Open the gas supply.
2. Spray the gas connection with a leakage spray.
1. Open the gas supply.
Carry out the leak test separately for each bypass screw.
If small bubbles or foam form, indicating a gas leak, follow the
instructions in the section entitled "In the event of a gas leak".
2. Carefully close the hole in the burner nozzle to be checked
Perform the same steps for the part closed with the blind plug.
3. Spray the nozzle in the burner to be checked with a leakage
using your finger or a suitable device.
spray.
4. Push the control knob and turn it anti-clockwise. This supplies
the nozzle with gas.
If small bubbles or foam form, indicating a gas leak, follow the
instructions in the section entitled "In the event of a gas leak".
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Correct flame formation
Burner
Only for models with safety pilot
The flame formation and temperature development must be
checked for each burner after the appliance is converted to a
different gas type.
1. Ignite the hob burner as described in the operating
instructions.
2. Turn the burner knob to the small flame setting.
Check whether the ignition is activated by holding the knob in
the "small flame" position for approximately 1 minute.
In the event of a problem, compare the nozzle values to the
values in the table.
3. Check the large and small flames for the correct flame
Only for models without safety pilot
formation. The flame must burn evenly and continuously.
1. Ignite the hob burner as described in the operating
4. Using the burner knob, switch quickly between the large and
instructions.
small frame. Repeat this process a few times. The gas flame
must not flicker or go out.
2. Check the large and small flames for the correct flame
formation. The flame must burn evenly and continuously.
3. Using the burner knob, switch quickly between the large and
small frame. Repeat this process a few times. The gas flame
must not flicker or go out.
Technical data – Gas
Different types of gas and the corresponding values are listed
here.
Nozzle values for the auxiliary burner
Gas pressure (mbar)
*G20/G25
G20
G20
G25
G25
G25.3
G30/G31
**G30
G30
G27
20/25
20
25
20
25
25
28-30/37
50
37
20
Nozzle (mm)
0.72
0.72
0.68
0.77
0.72
0.72
0.50
0.43
0.47
0.77
Bypass nozzle (mm)
0.52
0.52
0.52
0.52
0.52
0.52
0.32
0.32
0.32
0.52
Max. input power (kW)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Min. input power (kW)
≤ 0.55
≤ 0.55
≤ 0.55 ≤ 0.55
≤ 0.55
≤ 0.55
≤ 0.55
≤ 0.55 ≤ 0.55
≤ 0.55
Gas flow at 15 °C and
1013 mbar m³/h
0.095/0.111
0.095
0.095
0.111
0.111
0.108
-
-
-
0.116
Gas flow at 15 °C and
1013 mbar g/h
-
-
-
-
-
73/71
73
73
-
* For France and Belgium
** For G30 (50 mbar), nozzle set HEZ353110 must be ordered from our after-sales service.
Nozzle values for the standard output burner
Gas pressure (mbar)
*G20/G25
G20
G20
G25
G25
G25.3
G30/G31
**G30
G30
G27
20/25
20
25
20
25
25
28-30/37
50
37
20
Nozzle (mm)
0.97
0.97
0.91
1
0.94
0.94
0.65
0.58
0.62
1
Bypass nozzle (mm)
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.40
0.40
0.40
0.60
Max. input power (kW)
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
Min. input power (kW)
≤ 0.9
≤ 0.9
≤ 0.9
≤ 0.9
≤ 0.9
≤ 0.9
≤ 0.9
≤ 0.9
≤ 0.9
≤ 0.9
Gas flow at 15 °C and
1013 mbar m³/h
0.167/0.194
0.167
0.167
0.194
0.194
0.190
-
-
-
0.203
Gas flow at 15 °C and
1013 mbar g/h
-
-
-
-
-
127/125
127
127
-
* For France and Belgium
** For G30 (50 mbar), nozzle set HEZ353110 must be ordered from our after-sales service.
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Nozzle values for the wok burner (optional)
*G20/G25
G20
G20
G25
G25
G25.3
G30/G31
**G30
G30
Gas pressure (mbar)
20/25
20
25
20
25
25
28-30/37
50
37
Nozzle (mm)
1.38
1.38
1.30
1.43
1.36
1.36
0.90
0.73
0.85
Bypass nozzle (mm)
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.59
0.59
0.59
Max. input power (kW)
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.5
3.3
3.3
3.3
Min. input power (kW)
≤ 1.7
≤ 1.7
≤ 1.7
≤ 1.7
≤ 1.7
≤ 1.7
≤ 1.7
≤ 1.7
≤ 1.7
Gas flow at 15 °C and
1013 mbar m³/h
0.333/0.388
0.333
0.333
0.388
0.388
0.379
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
240/236
240
240
Gas flow at 15 °C and 1013 mbar g/ h
* For France and Belgium
** For G30 (50 mbar), nozzle set HEZ353110 must be ordered from our after-sales service.
Nozzle values for the high output burner (optional)
*G20/G25
G20
G20
G25
G25
G25.3
G30/G31
**G30
G30
G27
Gas pressure (mbar)
20/25
20
25
20
25
25
28-30/37
50
37
20
Nozzle (mm)
1.16
1.16
1.10
1.34
1.26
1.26
0.85
0.75
0.80
1.38
Bypass nozzle (mm)
0.78
0.78
0.78
0.78
0.78
0.78
0.49
0.49
0.49
0.78
Max. input power (kW)
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
Min. input power (kW)
≤ 1.3
≤ 1.3
≤ 1.3
≤ 1.3
≤ 1.3
≤ 1.3
≤ 1.3
≤ 1.3
≤ 1.3
≤ 1.3
Gas flow at 15 °C and
1013 mbar m³/h
0.285/0.332
0.285
0.285
0.332
0.332
0.325
-
-
-
0.348
Gas flow at 15 °C and
1013 mbar g/h
-
-
-
-
-
218/214
218
218
-
* For France and Belgium
** For G30 (50 mbar), nozzle set HEZ353110 must be ordered from our after-sales service.
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