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Hotpoint IS60C1(W) Instruction for Use
Operating Instructions
COOKER AND OVEN
Contents
GB
English, 1
Installation, 2-3
Positioning and levelling
Electrical connection
Technical data
Description of the appliance, 4
Overall view
Control panel
Start-up and use, 5
Starting the oven
Using the cooking timer
Oven cooking advice table
Using the glass ceramic hob, 8
Switching the cooking zones on and off
Cooking zones
IS60C1
Precautions and tips, 9
General safety
Disposal
Respecting and conserving the environment
Care and maintenance, 10
Switching the appliance off
Cleaning the appliance
Replacing the oven light bulb
Cleaning the glass ceramic hob
Assistance
You must read these instructions prior to using
your appliance and retain them for future use.
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Installation
! Before operating your new appliance please read
this instruction booklet carefully. It contains important
information concerning the safe installation and
operation of the appliance.
The legs* provided with the
appliance fit into the slots on
the underside of the base of the
cooker.
! Please keep these operating instructions for future
reference. Make sure that the instructions are kept with
the appliance if it is sold, given away or moved.
! The appliance must be installed by a qualified
professional according to the instructions provided.
! Any necessary adjustment or maintenance must be
performed after the appliance has been disconnected
from the electricity supply.
Positioning and levelling
! It is possible to install the appliance alongside
cupboards whose height does not exceed that of the
hob surface.
! Make sure that the wall in contact with the back of
the appliance is made from a non-flammable, heatresistant material (T 90°C).
420 mm.
Min.
min. 650 mm. with hood
min. 700 mm. without hood
420 mm.
To install the appliance correctly:
• Place it in the kitchen, dining room or the bed-sit
(not in the bathroom).
• If the top of the hob is higher than the cupboards,
the appliance must be installed at least 200 mm
away from them.
• If the cooker is
installed underneath a wall
HOOD
cabinet, there must be a
Min. 600 mm.
minimum distance of 420
mm between this cabinet
and the top of the hob.
This distance should be
increased to 700 mm if
the wall cabinets are
flammable (see figure).
Min.
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• Do not position blinds behind the cooker or less
than 200 mm away from its sides.
• Any hoods must be installed according to the
instructions listed in the relevant operating manual.
Levelling
If it is necessary to level the
appliance, screw the adjustable
feet* into the places provided on
each corner of the base of the
cooker (see figure).
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Electrical connection
Electric cookers come without a power supply cable.
The cooker is designed to operate on an electricity
supply which conforms to the electrical data shown
on the Rating Plate. The cooker can be connected to
the mains only after removing the back panel of the
cooker itself with a screwdriver.
! the following installation procedure must be carried
out by a qualified electrician. The electrical
installation must comply with the IEE Regulations,
Building & local By-Lays.
1. Open the terminal
board by inserting a
screwdriver into the
side tabs of the cover.
Use the screwdriver as
a lever by pushing it
down to open the cover
(see diagram).
2. Loosen the cable
clamp screw and remove
it, using a screwdriver as
a lever (see figure).
3. Remove the wire
contact screws L-N,
then fasten the wires
under the screw heads,
respecting the colour
code: Black/Blue (N),
Red/Brown (L) and Bare
Wire/Yellow-Green ( ).
• Once the connections have been made, tighten all
the terminal screws fully.
• Fasten the supply cable in place with the clamp and
close the cover of the terminal board.
Connecting the supply cable to the mains
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WARNINGS: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED.
! The cooker must be connected to the mains by a
switched (double pole) cooker outlet correctly fused
with a capacity appropriate to that shown on the
cooker Rating Plate. All electrical wiring from the
consumer unit to the cooker, via the switched double
pole cooker outlet, must be of an acceptable type
and current rating as above.
! the supply cable must be positioned so that it
never reaches at any point a temperature 50°C
higher than the room temperature. The cable must
be routed away from the rear vents.
HOT PARTS
TECHNICAL DATA
Oven dimensions
(HxWxD)
Volume
Useful
measurements
relating to the oven
compartment
Power supply
voltage and
frequency
Electric hob
Front left
Back left
Back right
Front right
Maximum absorption
of the electric hob
ENERGY LABEL
Mains frequency and voltage of the electrical
section
Model
Electric section
32x43,5x40 cm
56 l
width 42 cm
depth 44 cm
height 8,5 cm
see data plate
1700 W
1200 W
2100 W
1200 W
6200 W
Directive 2002/40/EC on the
label of electric ovens.
Standard EN 50304
Energy consumption for Natural
convection – heating mode:
Traditional mode;
Declared energy consumption
for Forced convection Class –
heating mode: Fan assisted
EC Directives: 2006/95/EC
dated 12/12/06 (Low Voltage)
and subsequent amendments 04/108/EC dated 15/12/04
(Electromagnetic Compatibility)
and subsequent amendments 93/68/EEC dated 22/07/93 and
subsequent amendments 2002/96/EC.
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Description of the appliance
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Overall view
Glass
ceramic hob
GUIDE RAILS
for the sliding racks
position 5
position 4
position 3
position 2
position 1
Control panel
GRILL rack
DRIPPING pan
Adjustable foot
Adjustable foot
Control panel
VARIABLE GRILL
knob
THERMOSTAT
indicator light
SELECTOR
knob
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ACTIVE HOTPLATE
indicator light
COOKING TIMER
knob
ELECTRIC HOTPLATE
control knobs
Start-up and use
! The first time you use your appliance, heat the
empty oven with its door closed at its maximum
temperature for at least half an hour. Ensure that the
room is well ventilated before switching the oven off
and opening the oven door. The appliance may emit
a slightly unpleasant odour caused by protective
substances used during the manufacturing process
burning away.
! Before operating the product, remove all plastic
film from the sides of the appliance.
Starting the oven
1. Select the desired cooking mode by turning the
SELECTOR knob.
2. Select the desired temperature with the
VARIABLE GRILL knob. See the Cooking advice
table for cooking modes and the suggested cooking
temperatures (see Cooking Modes).
3. When preheating is finished, the THERMOSTAT
indicator light will stay on: place the food in the
oven.
4. You may do the following during cooking:
- change the cooking mode by turning the
SELECTOR knob.
- change the temperature by turning the VARIABLE
GRILL knob.
- stop cooking by turning the SELECTOR knob to the
“0” position.
! Never put objects directly on the oven bottom to
avoid damaging the enamel coating.
! Always place cookware on the rack(s) provided.
When the SELECTOR knob is turned in a clockwise
direction to the symbol
the fan and oven light
will come on to assist in the defrosting of frozen
food. Rotating further to the complete range of
temperatures shown on the dial you can choose
which is most suitable for the food you are going to
cook (fan assisted mode). The temperature is
reached automatically and controlled by the oven
thermostat (from 60°C to 240°C).
! Never put objects directly on the bottom of the
oven; this will avoid the enamel coating being
damaged. Only use position 1 in the oven when
cooking with the rotisserie spit.
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! Always place cookware on the rack(s) provided.
THERMOSTAT indicator light
When this is illuminated, the oven is generating
heat. It switches off when the inside of the oven
reaches the selected temperature. At this point the
light illuminates and switches off alternately,
indicating that the thermostat is working and is
maintaining the temperature at a constant level.
Oven light
This is switched on by turning the SELECTOR knob
to any position other than “0”. It remains lit as long
as the oven is operating. By selecting
with the
knob, the light is switched on without any of the
heating elements being activated.
Cooling ventilation*
In order to cool down the external temperature of the
oven, some models are fitted with a cooling fan that
blows out air between the control panel and the oven
door.
! Once the cooking has been completed, the cooling
fan remains on until the oven has cooled down
sufficiently.
Using the cooking timer
1. To set the buzzer, turn the COOKING TIMER knob
clockwise almost one complete revolution.
2. Turn the knob anticlockwise to set the desired
time: align the minutes shown on the COOKING
TIMER knob with the indicator on the control panel.
3. When the selected time has elapsed, a buzzer
sounds and the oven turns off.
4. When the oven is off the cooking timer can be
used as a normal timer.
! To use the oven manually, in other words when you
do not wish to use the end of cooking timer, turn the
COOKING TIMER knob until it reaches the 9
symbol.
Grill
The top heating element will come on. On this
setting, food is cooked by the thermal radiation
given off in the downward direction by the electric
heating element. The very high temperature and
direct heat of the grill make it possible to brown
meats on the surface while locking in the juices to
keep them tender.
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Using the grill pan kit
The grill pan handle is detachable from the pan to
facilitate cleaning and storage. Fix the pan handle
securely before use:
1. Fit the handle to the grill pan so the external
‘hooks’ embrace the that edge of the pan (fig. 1)
2. Make sure that the middle part of the handle fits
exactly the protruding support of the pan (fig .2)
and holds the pan from the bottom.
The food must be placed on the rack in the grill
pan.
Position the grill pan on top of the oven rack. The
best results are achieved by placing the oven rack
on the uppermost shelves. Pouring a little water into
the grill pan will make the collection of grease
particles more efficient and prevent the formation of
smoke
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2
Practical cooking advice
! Do not place racks in position 1 and 5 during fanassisted cooking. Excessive direct heat can burn
temperature sensitive foods.
! In the GRILL cooking modes, place the dripping
pan in position 1 to collect cooking residues (fat
and/or grease).
GRILL
• Insert the rack in position 3 or 4. Place the food in
the centre of the rack.
• We recommend that you set the maximum power
level. The top heating element is regulated by a
thermostat and may not always be on.
PIZZA
• Use a light aluminium pizza pan. Place it on the
rack provided.
For a crispy crust, do not use the dripping pan
(prevents crust from forming by extending
cooking time).
• If the pizza has a lot of toppings, we recommend
adding the mozzarella cheese on top of the pizza
halfway through the cooking process.
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Oven cooking advice table
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Wt.
(wt)
Cooking
position of
shelves from
bottom
Temperature
(C)
Variable
grill
Pre-heating time
( )
Cooking
time
( !)
2!5
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Using the glass ceramic hob
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! The glue applied on the gaskets leaves traces of
grease on the glass. Before using the appliance, we
recommend you remove these with a special nonabrasive cleaning product. During the first few hours
of use there may be a smell of rubber which will
disappear very quickly.
Setting
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2
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3
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time.
Switching the cooking zones on and off
To switch on a cooking zone, turn the corresponding
knob in a clockwise direction.
To switch it off again, turn the knob in an
anticlockwise direction until it is in the "0" position.
If the ACTIVE HOTPLATE ON indicator light is lit,
this shows that at least one hotplate on the hob is
switched on.
Cooking zones
The hobs have been provided with radiant electric
heaters. These heaters are incorporated under the
surface of the hob as zones which redden while they
are in use.
A. Cooking area
A
A
B. The residual heat indicator
light: this indicates that the
A
A
temperature of the
corresponding cooking zone
B
is greater than 60°C, even when the heating element
has been switched off but is still hot.
Cooking zones with heating elements
The radiant heating elements are composed of
circular heating elements. They only become red
after being turned on for 10-20 seconds.
! Do not stare directly at the halogen heating elements.
Turn the corresponding knob in a clockwise
direction, to a position between 1 and 6.
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Normal or Fast Plate
Practical advice on using the hob
• Use pans with a thick, flat base to ensure that
they adhere perfectly to the cooking zone.
• Always use pans with a diameter that is large
enough to cover the hotplate fully, in order to use
all the heat produced.
• Always make sure that the base of the pan is
completely clean and dry: this ensures that the
pans adhere perfectly to the cooking zones and
that both the pans and the hob last for a longer
period of time.
• Avoid using the same cookware that is used on
gas burners: the heat concentration on gas
burners may have warped the base of the pan,
causing it not to adhere to the surface correctly.
• Never leave a cooking zone switched on without a
pan on top of it, as doing so may cause the zone
to become damaged.
Precautions and tips
! This appliance has been designed and manufactured in
compliance with international safety standards.
The following warnings are provided for safety reasons and must
be read carefully.
• The glass ceramic hob is resistant to mechanical shocks, but
it may crack (or even break) if hit with a sharp object such as
a tool. If this happens, disconnect the appliance from the
electricity mains immediately and contact a Service Centre.
General safety
• If the surface of the hob is cracked, switch off the appliance
to prevent electric shocks from occurring.
• These instructions are only valid for the
countries whose symbols appear in the manual
and on the serial number plate.
• Remember that the temperature of the cooking zones remains
relatively high for at least thirty minutes after they have been
switched off.
• The appliance was designed for domestic use inside the home
and is not intended for commercial or industrial use.
• Keep any object that could melt away from the hob, for
example plastic and aluminium objects, or products with a high
sugar content. Keep plastic or aluminium objects away from
the hob: if you forget them on surfaces that are still hot, they
may cause serious damage to the hob.
• The appliance must not be installed outdoors, even in covered
areas. It is extremely dangerous to leave the appliance
exposed to rain and storms.
• Do not touch the appliance with bare feet or with wet or damp
hands and feet.
• The appliance must be used by adults only for the preparation
of food, in accordance with the instructions provided in this
booklet.
• The instruction booklet accompanies a class 1 (insulated) or
class 2 - subclass 1 (recessed between 2 cupboards)
appliance.
• When the appliance is in use, the heating
elements and some parts of the oven door
become extremely hot. Make sure you don't
touch them and keep children well away.
• Make sure that the power supply cables of other electrical
appliances do not come into contact with the hot parts of the
oven.
• The openings used for the ventilation and dispersion of heat
must never be covered.
• Do not place unstable or misshapen pans on the electric
hotplates; this will help to avoid spills. Position them on the
hob with the handles turned towards the centre of the
appliance.
• Always use oven gloves when placing cookware in the oven or
when removing it.
• Do not use flammable liquids (alcohol, petrol, etc...) near the
appliance while it is in use.
• Do not place flammable material in the lower storage
compartment or in the oven itself. If the appliance is switched
on accidentally, it could catch fire.
• Always make sure the knobs are in the ‘0’ position when the
appliance is not in use.
• When unplugging the appliance, always pull the plug from the
mains socket; do not pull on the cable.
• Never perform any cleaning or maintenance work without
having disconnected the appliance from the electricity mains.
• If the appliance breaks down, under no circumstances should
you attempt to repair the appliance yourself. Repairs carried
out by inexperienced persons may cause injury or further
malfunctioning of the appliance. Contact Assistance.
• Do not rest heavy objects on the open oven door.
• The internal surfaces of the compartment (where present) may
become hot.
• The appliance should not be operated by people (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capacities,
by inexperienced individuals or by anyone who is not familiar
with the product. These individuals should, at the very least,
be supervised by someone who assumes responsibility for
their safety or receive preliminary instructions relating to the
operation of the appliance.
• If the cooker is placed on a pedestal, take the
necessary precautions to prevent the same from sliding
off the pedestal itself.
• Do not let children play with the appliance.
Disposal
• When disposing of packaging material: observe local
legislation so that the packaging may be reused.
• The European Directive 2002/96/EC relating to Waste Electrical
and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) states that household
appliances should not be disposed of using the normal solid
urban waste cycle. Exhausted appliances should be collected
separately in order to optimise the cost of re-using and
recycling the materials inside the machine, while preventing
potential damage to the atmosphere and to public health. The
crossed-out dustbin is marked on all products to remind the
owner of their obligations regarding separated waste
collection.
Exhausted appliances may be collected by the public waste
collection service, taken to suitable collection areas in the
area or, if permitted by current national legislation, they may
be returned to the dealers as part of an exchange deal for a
new equivalent product.
All major manufacturers of household appliances participate in
the creation and organisation of systems for the collection
and disposal of old and disused appliances.
Respecting and conserving the
environment
• You can help to reduce the peak load of the electricity supply
network companies by using the oven in the hours between
late afternoon and the early hours of the morning.
• Check the door seals regularly and wipe them clean to ensure
they are free of debris so that they adhere properly to the
door, thus avoiding heat dispersion.
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Care and maintenance
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Switching the appliance off
Disconnect your appliance from the electricity supply
before carrying out any work on it.
Cleaning the appliance
! Never use steam cleaners or pressure cleaners on
the appliance.
• Clean the glass part of the oven door using a
sponge and a non-abrasive cleaning product, then
dry thoroughly with a soft cloth. Do not use rough
abrasive material or sharp metal scrapers as these
could scratch the surface and cause the glass to
crack.
• The stainless steel or enamel-coated external parts
and the rubber seals may be cleaned using a
sponge that has been soaked in lukewarm water
and neutral soap. Use specialised products for the
removal of stubborn stains. After cleaning, rinse and
dry thoroughly. Do not use abrasive powders or
corrosive substances.
• The inside of the oven should ideally be cleaned
after each use, while it is still lukewarm. Use hot
water and detergent, then rinse well and dry with a
soft cloth. Do not use abrasive products.
• The accessories can be washed like everyday
crockery, and are even dishwasher safe.
• Dirt and grease should be removed from the control
panel using a non-abrasive sponge or a soft cloth.
• Stainless steel can be marked by hard water that
has been left on the surface for a long time, or by
aggressive detergents containing phosphorus. After
cleaning, rinse well and dry thoroughly. Any
remaining drops of water should also be dried.
Inspecting the oven seals
Check the door seals around the oven regularly. If the
seals are damaged, please contact your nearest Aftersales Service Centre. We recommend that the oven is
not used until the seals have been replaced.
Replacing the oven light bulb
1. After disconnecting the oven
from the electricity mains,
remove the glass lid covering
the lamp socket (see figure).
2. Remove the light bulb and
replace it with a similar one:
voltage 230 V, wattage 25 W,
cap E 14.
3. Replace the lid and reconnect the oven to the
electricity supply.
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Cleaning the glass ceramic hob
! Do not use abrasive or corrosive detergents (for example,
products in spray cans for cleaning barbecues and ovens),
stain removers, anti-rust products, powder detergents or
sponges with abrasive surfaces: these may scratch the
surface beyond repair.
• It is usually sufficient simply to wash the hob using
a damp sponge and dry it with absorbent kitchen
roll.
• If the hob is particularly dirty, rub it with a special
glass ceramic cleaning product, then rinse well and
dry thoroughly.
• To remove more stubborn dirt, use a suitable
scraper (this is not supplied with the appliance).
Remove spills as soon as possible, without waiting
for the appliance to cool, to avoid residues forming
crusty deposits. You can obtain excellent results by
using a rustproof steel wire sponge - specifically
designed for glass ceramic surfaces - soaked in
soapy water.
• If plastic or sugary substances have accidentally
been melted on the hob, remove them immediately
with the scraper, while the surface is still hot.
• Once it is clean, the hob may be treated with a
special protective maintenance product: the
invisible film left by this product protects the
surface from drips during cooking. This
maintenance should be carried out while the
appliance is warm (not hot) or cold.
• Always remember to rinse the appliance well with
clean water and dry it thoroughly: residues can
become encrusted during subsequent cooking
processes.
Glass ceramic hob cleaners Available from
Window scraper Razor blade
scrapers
DIA Stores
Replacement blades
DIA Stores,
supermarkets,
chemists
COLLO luneta
HOB BRITB
Hob Clean
SWISSCLBANBR
Boots, Co-op stores,
department stores, Regional
Blectricity Company shops,
supermarkets
Assistance
Please have the following information to hand:
• The appliance model (Mod.).
• The serial number (S/N).
This information can be found on the data plate located
on the appliance and/or on the packaging.
GB
11
04/2011 - 195089011.00
XEROX FABRIANO
GB
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