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Belling 932 Freestanding Range Cooker Owner Manual
Belling
Farmhouse 932
Dual Fuel Cooker
Installation & User’s instructions
932 Dual Fuel - Natural Gas
(Liquid Petroleum gas convertible)
Note: This appliance is supplied for use with the category of gas
specified and can be converted to LP gas with the kit provided.
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CONTENTS
PAGE
Product Specification
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Introduction
Your Belling Cooker…….…………………..
Getting Help…………….……………………
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Installation Instructions
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5-9
For Your Own Safety
Never..…………………….………………….
Always…………………….…………………..
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Know Your Cooker
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Know Your Control Panel
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Timer Instructions
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14-15
Auto Cooking (Large Oven)
Rules to follow when cooking automatically.
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Using the Hob
Description of Hotplates / Use of Hotplates.
Control Setting Guide………………………
Choosing Your Utensils / Energy Saving Tips
Safety Requirements for Deep Fat Frying
Warming Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Grilling
Caution / Grill Pan and Grid / Grill Control...
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Conventional Oven Cookery Notes
Shelves and Pans…….……………………..
Oven Roof……………………….…….………
Oven Control……………………………...….
Storage Compartment ………………………
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Conventional Oven Temperature Chart
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Turbo Fan Oven Cookery Notes
Shelves and Pans……….……………………
Oven Roof & ………………………………….
Fan Oven Control …………………………….
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Turbo Fan Oven Temperature Chart
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General Oven Cookery Notes
To Prepare Meat for Oven Roasting………..
Times and Temperature for Roasting..…….
Baking …………………………………………
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Temperature Conversion Chart
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Care and Cleaning
Control Panel / Oven Doors / Ovens & Grill..
Burner Caps / Burner Bodies…….…………
Belling Cookclean Panels. . . . . . . . . . . . . …
Replacing the Oven Lamp ………………….
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Is There Something Wrong?
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Cooking Results Unsatisfactory?
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Service
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION
932
Gas Type
II2H3+
Gas Supply Pressure
20mbar for G20 28mbar for G30 37mbar for G31
Electrical Supply
230V – 240v
Electrical Supply Frequency
50Hz
Total Heat Input (Gas)
11.1 kW
Total Heat Input (Electric)
6.25 – 6.80 kW
Large Fan Oven Wattage (Timed)
2.07 - 2.25 kW
Standard Conventional Oven Wattage
1.84 - 2.0 kW
Grill Wattage
2.11 – 2.3 kW
Front Left Hotplate (Rapide)
Injector
3.0 kW
115 (G20)
3.0 kW
85 (G30 & G31)
Rear Left Hotplate (Semi-Rapide)
Injector
1.75 kW
96 (G20)
1.75 kW
65 (G30 & G31)
Centre Hotplate (Wok - Triple Ring)
Injector
3.5 kW
135 (G20)
3.5 kW
95 (G30 & G31)
Rear Right Hotplate (Auxiliary)
Injector
1.0 kW
71 (G20)
1.0 kW
50 (G30 & G31)
Front Right Hotplate (Semi-Rapide)
Injector
1.75 kW
96 (G20)
1.75 kW
65 (G30 & G31)
Warming Zone Wattage
175 - 190 Watts
Grilling Area
810 cm2
Large Fan Oven Capacity
60 Litres
Standard Conventional Oven Capacity
45 Litres
Nominal External Dimensions
(Excluding handles)
H 900mm
W 1000mm
D 600mm
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INTRODUCTION
Your Belling Cooker
Welcome to your new Belling Farmhouse Cooker. Its stylish and practical
design will enhance your kitchen and make cooking a pleasure with the
combined benefits of gas and electric. It features a large efficient fan oven,
a standard conventional oven, a separate grill, a storage compartment, 5 gas
burners and a warming area. There is also a clock/timer featuring a minute
minder and large fan oven automatic cooking facilities.
Even if you have used an electric or gas cooker before, it is important that you
read these instructions thoroughly before starting to cook, paying particular
attention to the installation and safety instructions.
Getting Help
If you have any problems with installing, operating, or cooking with your
Belling Cooker, please check through these instructions thoroughly to make
sure that you have not missed anything. If you still need help, then please
contact (including a daytime telephone number if possible):Consumer Relations Department,
Belling Appliances Limited,
Talbot Road,
Mexborough, South Yorkshire,
S64 8AJ.
Tel: 01709 579902
If your query relates to cooking then please write to the Senior Home
Economist at the same address.
Please quote the cooker model and serial number with all inquiries. This can
be found on the rating plate situated on the RH side wall of the storage
compartment.
WARNING! For your own safety, make sure that these instructions on
installation and use are followed.
We advise you to keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference.
If you sell or transfer ownership of this product, please pass on these
instructions to the new owner.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
This appliance has been tested and certified by the British Standards
Institution and carries the C.E. Mark.
The installation must be in accordance with the current I.E.E. Wiring
Regulations.
Gas safety (Installation & Use Regulations 1994.)
This appliance must be installed in accordance with BS6172: 1990.
In your own interest and that of safety, it is LAW that all Gas Appliances are
installed by competent persons in accordance with Gas Safety Regulations.
Failure to install appliances correctly could lead to PROSECUTION.
Use only a CORGI registered installer.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with the rules in force, and used
only in well ventilated areas.
The use of a gas cooking appliance results in the production of heat and
moisture in the room in which it is installed. Ensure that the kitchen is well
ventilated keep natural ventilation holes open or install a mechanical ventilation
device (mechanical extractor hood).
Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may call for additional ventilation, for
example opening of a window, or more effective ventilation (where present).
Location
The cooker may be located in a kitchen, kitchen/diner or a bed-sitting room, but
not in a room containing a bath or shower.
Provision for ventilation
The room containing the cooker should have an air supply in accordance with
BS5440: Pt.2 1989.
All rooms require an openable window or equivalent, while some rooms require
a permanent vent in addition to the openable window. The cooker should not be
installed in a bed-sitting room of less than 21m3, and furthermore should not be
installed in any room of volume less than 5m3, if it is installed in a room of
volume between 5m3 and 10m3 an air vent of effective area 50cm2 is required,
while if the room exceeds 11m3 no air vent is required. However, if the room
has a door that opens directly to outside, no air vent is required, even when the
room volume is between 5m3 11m3.
If there are other fuel burning appliances in the same room BS5440:Pt.2 1989
should be consulted to determine the requisite air vent requirements.
DO NOT install LPG version below ground level. This does not exclude
installation into a room which equates to a basement on one side of the
building, but open to ground level on the opposite side.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Unpacking
After unpacking your cooker, make sure that you remove all the packing from
the grill compartment and ovens, and any stickers from the oven doors and the
hob.
Examine your cooker for any damage. If there is any damage or anything is
missing, please contact your supplier for advice.
Siting/Moving the Cooker Your cooker is heavy, so be careful when moving or positioning it. Do not try to
move the cooker by pulling on the doors or handles or control panel. The
Belling Farmhouse is designed to 'slot-in' between 600mm deep cabinets,
spaced approximately 1000mm apart. It can also be used freestanding, with a
cabinet to one side, in a corner setting or with its back to a wall. However it
must not be situated with either side closer than 50mm to a combustible wall or
cupboard that is higher than the cooker. The wall behind the cooker and
450mm above and across the width of the cooker should be of an
incombustible material or easy clean surface such as ceramic tiles. Please
note, when positioning your cooker against a wall, ensure there is sufficient
clearance for the screw heads on the back panel.
This appliance is designed not to project in front of standard 600mm worktops
(excluding handles). To achieve the best fit the cooker must be pushed against
the wall. If the wall mounted adapter backplate (Fig.1) is to be fitted behind the
appliance then the suitable area for this fitting is shown as the area in (Fig.2).
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
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Installation Instructions
Any overhanging surface or cooker hood should be at least 760mm (30") above
the cooker hob. We do not recommend positioning the cooker below wall
cupboards, as the heat and steam from the cooker may cause damage to the
cupboard and its contents.
Excess steam from the oven, vents out at the top back edge of the cooker, so
make sure that the walls behind and near the cooker are resistant to heat,
steam and condensation.
Your cooker must stand on a flat surface so that when it is in position the hob is
level. The cooker is fitted with rear wheels and will slide into position easily.
Movement of your cooker is most easily achieved by lifting the front, as follows.
Open the grill and oven doors sufficiently to allow a comfortable grip on the
underside front edge of the oven roof, avoiding grill elements or oven furniture.
When in position check that the cooker is level by using a spirit level and adjust
the 2 jacking screws at the rear and 2 at the front underside if necessary. It is
important that the cooker is stable and level for the overall cooking
performance.
Stability Chain
The cooker should be fitted with a stability device such as a proprietary stability
chain as shown in Figure 3 and firmly secured to the fabric of the building.
Whatever the position, remember to leave enough room for the cooker to be
pulled out for cleaning and service.
Connect to Gas Supply
Connection to the appliance should be made with an approved appliance flexible
connection to BS669. A length of 1200mm is recommended.
The temperature at the rear of the appliance which is likely to come into contact
with the flexible hose does not exceed 70°C.
A Rp 1/2 elbow is fitted to the cooker.
If the position of the wall connection is within 250mm of the oven inlet, the loop
of hose will give maximum movement to the cooker.
Fig.3
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Installation Instructions
Connecting to electrical supply
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED!
The cooker should be plugged into a double pole switch or an unswitched
socket outlet which is properly connected to the house electricity distribution
system and efficiently earthed.
The flexible mains lead is fitted with a 13 amp BS1363 plug having a fuse of 3
amp capacity, however, should this plug not fit the socket outlet in your home,
it should be cut off and replaced with a suitable plug as described below.
NOTE: If cut off as above, the plug must be discarded, as it may be pluged
into an electrical socket with the obvious danger of electrocution.
IMPORTANT: The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with
the following code:
GREEN AND YELLOW
BLUE
BROWN
EARTH
NEUTRAL
LIVE
If you fit your own plug and the colours of the wires in the mains lead do not
correspond with the markings on your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured Green and Yellow must be connected to the
terminal in the plug marked E or earth symbol or coloured Green or Green
and yellow. The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the
terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or coloured red. The wire
which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is
marked with the letter N or coloured Black.
When wiring the plug ensure that all the strands of wire are securely retained
in each terminal and that the mains lead clamp is tightened.
IF IN DOUBT CONSULT A QUALIFIED A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
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Installation Instructions
Check for Gas Soundness
Gas pressure may be checked on a semi-rapid hob burner. Light the other 4
burners and attach test nipple to the burner after removing the injector.
Check the operation of the cooker
Check that the five hotplate electrodes spark correctly. The hotplate burners
should be checked for a steady flame when turned down to the smallest flame
setting marked on the control panel.<R><R>Before you cook for the first time,
we recommend that you turn on each element and hotplate in turn to burn off
any odours remaining from manufacture. Simply operate each hotplate and the
grill on maximum for a few minutes and each oven for about 30 minutes.
User
Instruct the user in the operation of the appliance and hand over these and the
user instructions.
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FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY
•
•
When used properly your Belling Cooker is completely safe, but as with any
cooker there are some precautions you must take in its use.
NEVER
Never allow anyone except an authorized Belling Service Agent to service or
repair your cooker.
Never remove any part of the cooker other than those intended in normal use,
or attempt to modify the cooker in any way.
•
Never use the cooker for commercial catering. It is designed for domestic use.
•
Never allow young children to operate or play with the cooker.
•
Never use a chip pan or deep fat fryer more than 1/3 full of oil, or use a lid while
frying and do not leave a fryer unattended while cooking.
•
Never operate the grill with the grill door closed. This may cause overheating of
the cooker.
•
Never line the shelves, floor, or sides of the ovens or grill with aluminum foil as
overheating and damage may result.
•
Never place anything that might catch fire, such as towels or tea towels, near to
the burners or over the flue outlet even when the cooker is not in use.
•
Never use an asbestos mat, trivet or rack of any kind under pans on any
hotplate.
•
Never store anything that might catch fire in the oven, grill compartment or
storage compartment.
•
Never allow aluminum foil or plastic to touch any hotplate when it is hot.
•
•
Never store flammable liquids, aerosols, etc. in adjacent cabinetry.
Never dry clothes or place other items over or near to the hotplate or oven or
grill doors.
•
Never use large preserving pans or fish kettles across two hotplates as this will
damage the hob.
•
Never use cooker as a room heater.
•
Never wear garments with long flowing sleeves whilst cooking.
•
Never leave burners lit when not in use.
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FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY
•
Never use the hotplates with the burner caps removed.
•
Never use badly designed or misshapen pans which may be unstable.
•
Never allow pan handles to stick out beyond the hotplate (where they can be
knocked) or over another burner.
IF YOU SMELL GAS turn off all gas controls on the hob, open windows and
turn off gas supply at the mains. Do not operate any electrical switches and
contact your local gas supplier immediately.
ALWAYS
•
Always make sure you understand the controls prior to use.
•
Always take care when touching any part of the cooker that may be hot. Use
good quality dry oven gloves when removing or replacing food or dishes.
•
Always stand back when opening the oven door to allow any build-up of heat or
steam to disperse.
•
Always keep the oven and grill doors closed when not in use to prevent
accidents, but remember that the grill door must be kept open when grilling to
prevent overheating.
•
Always make sure that the roof, side, back panels and shelves are fitted
correctly before using the oven or grill.
•
Always keep your cooker clean, as a build-up of grease or fat from cooking may
be a fire hazard.
•
Always switch off at the mains supply before cleaning your cooker.
•
Always supervise children and pets, particularly when grilling, as exposed parts
of the grill may become hot.
•
Always place pans centrally over the hotplate burners and make sure that they
are stable.
•
Always keep handles away from the edge of the hob and any other burners. For
added safety you should consider using a suitable hob guard.
•
Always make sure that all the controls are switched off when you finish cooking.
•
Always remember that your cooker may stay hot for a time even after you have
finished cooking.
•
Always keep ventilation slots at the rear of the cooker clear of obstructions.
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KNOW YOUR COOKER
Center Hotplate (Wok)
Triple ring
Rear left hotplate
(Semi-Rapide)
Rear right hotplate (Auxiliary)
Warming Zone
Front left hotplate
(Rapide)
Front right hotplate
(Semi-Rapid)
Control panel
Warming Zone Switch
Spark Ignition Switch
Analogue/Digital Timer
Large Timed Gas oven
Grill
2 Oven shelves
Grill pan with
removable handle
2 Oven shelves
Cookclean side panels
Meat pans
Cookclean side panels
Storage cupboard
Standard Gas oven
Rating plate
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KNOW YOUR CONTROL PANEL
Warming Zone On/Off Switch
Grill Gas Tap Control
Electronic Analogue/Digital Clock
Minute Minder & Large Oven Timer
Spark Ignition Switch
Standard Oven Thermostat
Large Oven Thermostat (Timed)
Hotplate Gas Top Controls
Control Knobs & Switches
The control knobs can only be rotated anti-clockwise from the off position.
The spark ignition switch is operated by depressing and holding in the depressed position, this
will provide a repetitive spark to the burners.
The warning zone ON/OFF switch is operated by depressing and releasing!
OFF to ON (ON to OFF) – DEPRESSED POSITION = ON.
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TIMER INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please allow 1-2 seconds after selecting a function for the circuit to activate.
To set the time of day.
1.
Turn the control knob to
.
Push in the control knob and hold (the
clock hands will move). Release the knob when the correct time is
displayed.
To set the large oven 2.
and minute minder
Turn the control knob to
.
THIS WILL CANCEL AND OVERRIDE ANY PRESET AUTO FUNCTION
Auto timer (Large oven) 3.
and minute minder
To set the Minute
minder
Manual Operation
Cook Time
Start Time
Clock Set / Time of Day
Minute Minder
3a. Turn the control knob to
. Push in the control knob and hold ( the digital
display will increase in minute intervals to a maximum of 90 minutes).
Release the knob when the correct minute value is displayed. The display will
count down to zero and show remaining time. An audible alarm (double bleep)
will sound after the required duration. To cancel the alarm, push in the control
knob or turn to another function. The alarm will automatically switch off after 2
minutes duration. If the required time is overshot, or you wish to cancel, then
push in and hold the control knob. The display will count up through 90 to ‘00’.
Delayed Cooking (Auto) 3b. Turn the control knob to
. Push in the control knob and hold (the
clock hands will move). SET TO THE REQUIRED START TIME.
Turn the control knob to
. Push in the control knob and hold (the digital
display will increase in minute intervals to a maximum of 180 minutes).
Release the knob when the required cook time is displayed. If there is too long
a delay between setting the start time and cook time, an audible bleep will be
heard and the digital display will flash to prompt setting. When a program is
set the clock face will display the start time. To return the clock
to the time of day, turn the control knob to
.
THIS WILL NOT CANCEL ANY PROGRAM’S ENTERED.
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TIMER INSTRUCTIONS
Delayed Cooking (Auto)
Large Oven Only
Example
Timed Cooking (Auto)
3b Set the large oven thermostat to the required temperature.
The oven will automatically ignite at the designated time and cook for the
duration specified and automatically switch off.
An audible alarm (quadruple bleep) will sound after the required duration.
To cancel the alarm, push in the control knob or turn to an other function.
The alarm will automatically switch off after 2 minutes duration. If an error
has been made or you wish to cancel turn the control knob to
to
reset.
You wish to cook a casserole for three hours and you want it ready for
6.00pm.
Turn the control knob to
. Push in the control knob and set the clock
to 3.00 p.m.
Turn the control knob to
. Push the control knob and hold till the
digital display reads 180 and release.
Set the large oven thermostat to the required temperature.
Turn the control knob to
if you require the correct time to be
displayed (not a requirement).
Your casserole will be ready at 6.00 p.m.
3c Turn the control knob to
. Push in the control knob and hold ( the digital
display will increase in minute intervals to a maximum of 180 minutes).
Release the knob when the required minute value is displayed.
Set the large oven thermostat to the required temperature.
After 4 seconds the oven will automatically ignite, cook for the duration
specified and automatically switch off.
An audible alarm (quadruple bleep) will sound after the required duration.
To cancel the alarm, push in the control knob or turn to another function.
The alarm will automatically switch off after 2 minutes duration.
Checking Data
3d To view programmed settings turn the control knob to the appropriate
symbol.
In the event of
Power Failure
3e If there is a power failure or the appliance has been disconnected from
the mains electricity supply, then on re-connection the timer will bleep and
the digital display will flash ‘00’.
THE TIME OF DAY MUST BE SET FOR THE TIMER TO OPERATE
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Automatic Cooking (Large Fan Oven)
Rules to follow when
cooking automatically
When planning your meal, remember that the oven control setting
refers to the center of the oven - it is warmer above and cooler below.
1.
Food should be as cold as possible when it goes into the oven, ideally
straight from the refrigerator.
2.
Frozen meat and poultry should be thawed thoroughly before it is put into
the oven.
3.
The automatic timer should not be used in hot weather because of the
possible growth of food poisoning organisms.
4.
NEVER use the automatic timer to re-heat Cook-Chill dishes.
5.
Never leave food in the oven to cool slowly after cooking. Serve
immediately or refrigerate.
6.
Dishes containing left over cooked meat or poultry, for example
shepherds pie, dishes containing eggs, cooked rice or seafood should not
be cooked automatically if there is to be a delay period.
7.
Warm food should never be placed in the oven if there is to be delay
period. Stews prepared by frying the meat and vegetables should be
cooked as soon as possible or refrigerated until loading the oven.
8.
Try to set the stop time for a period beyond your anticipated return.
9.
DO NOT leave food for an automatic program in a warm oven, i.e. one
that has just been used manually.
10. It is advisable to cover dishes where possible either with a lid or foil to
prevent the transfer of odorous. If the food is to be served golden
brown, it may be uncovered or have the lid removed for a quick
browning before serving.
11. Dishes containing liquid should not be filled too full to prevent boiling over.
12. To prevent discoloration of certain fruit and vegetables such as apples,
pears, turnips and parsnips, a little lemon juice should be added to the
cooking liquid.
13. Potatoes should be par-boiled or brushed with fat to prevent discoloration
during delay time.
14. Wine or beer may ferment and cream may curdle during the delay period,
so it is best to add these ingredients just before serving.
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USING THE HOB
Description of
Hotplate Burners
The hob is made of enamelled mild steel and fitted with five gas
hotplate burners.
The left front hotplate burner (Rapide) is rated at 3.0kW.
The left rear and right front hotplate burners (Semi – Rapide) are rated at
.75kW.
The centre hotplate burner (Wok – Triple Ring) is rated at 3.5Kw.
The right rear hotplate burner (Auxiliary) is rated at 1.0kW.
Use of Hotplates
Check that the electricity supply is switched on. Select the burner to be
used. Push in and turn the control knob anti-clockwise to the large flame
symbol
. Press the ignition button until the burner lights. Turn the
control knob to the required setting.
A simmer position is achieved when the control knob is turned fully anticlockwise.
To turn off, turn the control knob fully clockwise to the ‘0’ symbol.
Under certain conditions a slight ‘popping’ noise can be heard from the
hotplates. This is perfectly normal and will not affect the performance of the
appliance.
Control Setting Guide
Hotplates
There are four sizes of hotplate burners on the hob and all are easily
adjusted to any rate of cooking required.
The chart given below is provided as a guide only and personal experience
will soon familiarise you with the correct burner and setting to use. This
depends on the size, thickness, material of saucepans and the quantity and
type of ingredients being cooked.
COOKING CHART
Burner Control Knob
position
Uses
Simmering
Stews of fish, poultry and meet.
Milk puddings – steamed puddings.
Soups - boiled joints of meat e.g.
Ham, mutton, beef, scrambled egg.
Apple sauce.
Steady Boiling
Vegetables.
Boiling jam after the sugar has been
added.
Burgers, pancakes, omelettes, bacon
Eggs and raw fish.
Bringing vegetables to the boil,
stir frying battered fruits fish and
pasta.
SMALL FLAME
Shallow Frying
LARGE FLAME
Type of Food
Fast Boiling
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USING THE HOB
Choosing Your Utensils
Any type of flat based kettle or pan from 100mm (4in.) to 230mm (9in.) base
diameter may be used. Do not use pans which are unstable when placed on a
flat work-top. The use of split pans, i.e. those comprising two or more pans
designed to fit together over a single burner, is not recommended as these
can be unstable on the hotplate. Asbestos mats should not be used on the
pan supports because they may impede burner performance or damage the
pan support.
In order to get best value out of your hob, the following economy tip is
recommended. Choose the correct burner for the size of pan.
Energy Saving Tips
1
Do use saucepans with lids.
2
Place pans centrally over burner.
3
Do not allow flames to lick up the sides of the pan.
5
Turn down the gas as soon as the contents of the pan boil.
6
Do not light the burner until the pan is in position and turn off before
removing the pan.
7
Cut vegetables into smaller pieces so that they cook quicker and cook
more than one vegetable in the same pan, e.g. carrots and potatoes.
8
In hard water areas descale kettles regularly.
9
Consider using a pressure cooker.
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USING THE HOB
Safety Requirements for
Deep Fat Frying
Warming Zone
IMPORTANT:
As there could be some fire risk attached to the heating of oil,
particularly for deep fat frying, cooking utensils containing oil must not be
left unattended (e.g. to answer the telephone) or in close proximity to
hotplates.
In the unfortunate event of a fire it will assist in smothering the flames if the
pan lid is replaced, and the electricity supply is switched OFF.
1.
Use a deep pan, large enough to completely cover the appropriate
heating area.
2.
Never fill the pan more than one-third full of fat or oil.
3.
Never leave oil or fat unattended during the heating or cooking period.
4.
Do not try to fry too much food at a time, especially frozen food. This only
lowers the temperature of the oil or fat too much, resulting in greasy food.
5.
Always dry food thoroughly before frying, and lower it slowly into the hot
oil or fat. Frozen foods, in particular, will cause frothing and spitting, if
added too quickly.
6.
Never heat fat, or fry, with a lid on the pan.
7.
Keep the outside of the pan, clean and free from streaks of oil or fat.
Adjacent to the hotplates, on the left hand side, is a warming zone.
This provides a constant heated area with a maximum surface temperature
of 110° C.
IMPORTANT
Care should be taken that utensils placed on the warming zone do not
have sharp or rough bases as these could damage the enamel.
Using the Warming
Zone
The warming zone is operated by depressing the appropriate
on/off switch on the control panel.
(Refer to Know Your Control Panel – page 13).
The warming zone is suitable for the following:
Plate and dish warming
Keeping food hot
Melting ingredients
Warming rolls and croissants
Keeping coffee and sauces hot.
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GRILLING
CAUTION
ACCESSIBLE PARTS MAY BECOME HOT WHEN THE GRILL IS IN
USE. YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE KEPT AWAY.<R>
DO NOT
DO NOT
To use the grill
use the grill with the door closed.
cover the grill pan or grid with aluminum foil as this can hold fat,
intensify the heat and create a fire hazard.
1. Check that the electricity supply is switched on.
2. Open grill door and remove the grill pan. The door must remain
fully open when the grill is being used.
3. Push in and turn the control knob anti-clockwise to the large
flame symbol
. Press the ignition button until the burner lights.
4. Turn the control knob to the desired setting.
Only turn the control knob between the large flame symbol
and the
small flame symbol for adjusting the setting.
5. To turn off, turn the control knob clockwise to zero.
Slide the grill pan along the chosen runner towards the rear of the grill
compartment until it touches the stops.
An odor may be noticed when first using the grill. This is due to the newness
and will soon disperse.
The following chart is a guide. Grilling can be started from cold but for best
results preheat for approximately two minutes.
Grill Setting
High
Runner Position
High
High
Low
Reduced
Low
Food
Toast, crumpets, bacon, thin sausages,
Beef burgers, kidneys, fish fingers, fillet steak,
tomatoes, toasted snacks
Thick sausages, rump and sirloin steak fish
fillets, fish steaks, small whole fish.
Chicken portions, chops, large whole fish.
For all gratin dishes e.g. Macaroni Cheese and Meringue Toppings e.g. Baked Alaska, place the
dish on the floor of the grill compartment. The base of the grill pan can be used for warming fruit
garnishes on the reduced setting.
Note: Strong detergents used in dishwashers may damage the grill pan grid finish; clean in soapy
water as described in CARE AND CLEANING section.
Before closing the grill door make sure that the burner is off.
When the main oven is in use, the grill compartment can be used for plate warming.
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THE OVENS
The Belling Farmhouse has one large gas and one standard oven. The ovens
have different heat zones with the thermostat settings referring to the
temperature on the middle shelf; above the shelf it is hotter and below it is
cooler. Both ovens have two shelves and six possible shelf positions enabling
full use of the different temperatures inside the oven. Each shelf has a safety
stop to prevent it from being pulled out too far when attending to food. Shelves
are removed from the oven by pulling them out to the stop and then lifting at
the front to withdraw. Two meat tins are provided with the cooker.
To use the oven
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Check that the electricity supply is switched on.
Refer to the cooking chart(Pg.18) and place oven shelves in the
appropriate positions.
Push in and turn the oven control knob fully anti-clockwise. The oven
burner will light automatically.
Turn the control knob clockwise to the required setting. (Refer to Cooking
Chart). Both ovens are marked from 1-9 with the addition of an 'E' setting
for slow cooking. There is a delay of about one minute whilst the safety
device operates before the burner comes on full. The flame stays high
during the heating up time and is then reduced automatically to keep the
oven at the required gas Mark. If there is no ticking sound, re-check that
the electricity supply to the cooker is on, and that the automatic control is
set to manual (large oven).
To turn off, turn the control knob fully clockwise to the zero.
An odor may be noticed when first using the ovens. This is normal and
will soon disperse. Never place dishes on the oven base over the burner.
Both ovens can be used manually. The large oven (Top L.H.S) can be
operated by setting the automatic timer controls for a cooking program.
Cold start cooking
Anything requiring long slow cooking such as Casseroles and rich fruit
cakes can be put into a cold oven. Satisfactory results can also be
obtained with creamed mixture, rich pastries or yeast mixtures, but for
perfection we recommend preheating the oven for about 15 minutes.
Preparation and Roasting
Large Poultry
Place the bird directly onto the shelf in the fifth or sixth shelf position, of
with a large roasting tin on the oven base to collect the juices.
It is important to check that the bird and foil DO NOT overhang the burner
at the back of the oven.
The maximum weight of turkey that can be accommodated is 18lbs
(8.1kg) provided it will fit within the constraints of the oven.
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THE 'E' SETTING
This is used for slow cooking, keeping food warm and warming plates or
dishes for short periods. Extra care must be taken when warming bone china.
Some advantages of slow cooking are:
The oven stays cleaner because there is less splashing. Timing of the food is
not as critical, so there is less fear of overcooking. Inexpensive cuts of meat
are tenderized. Fully loading the oven can be very economical. Cooking times
can be extended in some cases by up to two hours for late comers. The
kitchen stays cooler.
Using the 'E' Setting for
Slow Cooking
Points to bear in mind when preparing food.
1.
Make sure all dishes will fit into the oven before preparing food.
2.
All dishes cooked by the 'E' setting should be cooked for a minimum of 6
hours. They will 'hold' at this setting for a further hour but marked
deterioration in appearance will be noticed in some cases
3.
Joints of meat and poultry should be cooked at Mk6 for 30 minutes before
turning to the 'E' setting and never be cooked lower than the middle shelf
position.
4.
Joints of meat over 6lbs(2.6kg) and poultry over 4 lbs (2kg) should not be
cooked using the 'E' setting.
5.
Always stand covered joints on a rack over the meat tin to allow good air
circulation.
6.
Pork joints and poultry must be checked for an internal temperature of at
least 88C° using a meat thermometer.
7.
This method is unsuitable for stuffed meat and poultry.
8.
Always bring soups, casseroles and liquids to the boil before putting in
the oven.
9.
When casseroles are used, cover the food first with foil and then the lid to
prevent loss of moisture.
10. Always thaw frozen food completely before cooking.
11. Root vegetables will cook better if cut into small pieces.
12. Adjust seasonings and thickening at the end of the cooking time.
13. Remember to use the zones of heat in the oven, e.g. meringues and milk
puddings can be cooked lower in the oven whilst other dishes requiring
greater heat can be cooked above them.
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Storage and Reheating of Food.
It is vitally important to strictly adhere to the basic principles of food handling
and hygiene to prevent the possibility of bacterial growth.
'Cook - Chill Dishes'
1.
If food is to be frozen or not served immediately, cool it in a clean
container as quickly as possible.
2.
Thaw frozen food completely in the refrigerator before reheating.
3.
Re-heat food thoroughly and quickly either on the hotplate or in a hot
oven, Mk.6 and then serve immediately.
4.
Only re-heat food once.
These should always be placed in a pre-heated oven ideally on the first or second
shelf position. Follow the packet instructions for the cooking time.
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Oven Cooking Chart
The following times and setting are for guidance only. You may wish to alter the setting to give a result more to your
satisfaction. When a different setting to that shown below is given in a recipe, the recipe instructions should be
followed. Allow 15 minutes preheat for best results. Always turn the thermostat knob to Mark 9 before selecting the
appropriate gas Mark. Shelf position 1 is the highest.
FOOD
Gas
Shelf
Approx. Cooking time and Comments
Mark
Position
3 or 4
5
25-60 mins. depending on recipe
Beef
4 or 5
5
25-30 mins. per 450g (1 lb) + 25 mins extra.
Ham
5
5
40 mins. per 450g (1 lb) covered in foil plus
Fish
Oily and white fish
Meat and Poultry
40 mins. extra
Lamb
5
5
30 mins. per 450g (1 lb) + 30 mins. extra
Pork
5
5
40 mins. per 450g (1 lb) + 40 mins. extra
Chicken
5
5
25 mins. per 450g (1 lb) + 25 mins. extra
Duckling & Goose
5
5
25 mins. per 450g (1 lb) + 25 mins. extra
Turkey
4 or 6
5 or 6
15-20 mins. per 450g (1 lb) + 20 mins.
Casseroles
3
4 or 5
2 - 6 hrs. depending on cut of meat
4 or 6
3
11/2-3 hrs. until soft, depending on size.
3
5
13/4-21/2 stand dish on baking tray and
Vegetables
Baked Jacket
Potatoes
Puddings
Milk Puddings
with warm milk.
Baked Custard
started
(500ml/pt)
3
5
45 - 60 mins. in bain-marie
4
3
40 - 50 mins.
Backed Apples
3
3
30 - 45mins. depending on type and size of apples.
Meringue Topped
1
3 or 4
15 mins or until "tinged" with brown.
6
3
45 - 60 mins.
5
3
35 - 45 mins
(500ml/1pt)
Baked Sponge
Puddings
Puddings
Apple Tart
(1x205mm/8")
Fruit Crumble
If using aluminum foil:
1.
Remember it is important to increase the cooking time by one third.
2.
Do not allow the foil to touch the sides of the oven.
3.
Do not cover the oven interior with foil.
4.
Do not cover the oven shelves with foil.
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Oven Cooking Chart
FOOD
Gas Shelf
Approx. Cooking time and Comments
Mark
Position
5
2 and 4
17 - 25 mins.
1 tray
5
2
17 - 25 mins.
Victoria Sandwich
4
2 and 4
20 - 30 mins.
5
2
20 - 25 mins.
2
3 or 4
3 - 6 hrs. depending on recipe
4
3
11/4 - 11/2 hrs.
2
3
3 - 31/2 hrs.<127>
Scones - 16 per tray
7
2 and 4
10 - 30 mins. depending on recipe.
Short bread
2
3
45 - 60 mins. depending on recipe
4
2-4
15 - 25 mins. depending on recipe.
Cakes, Pastries &
Biscuits
Small Cakes
(12 per tray) 2 trays
(2x180mm/7")
Swiss Roll
(3 egg quantity)
Christmas Cake
(1x205mm/8")
Madeira Cake
(1x180mm/7")
Rich Fruit Cake
(1x180mm/7")
(1x180mm/7")
Biscuits
Shortcrust Pastry
6
Rich Shortcrust
Flaky/Puff Pastry
Choux Pastry
2 and 4
5
7
15 - 60 mins. depending on recipe
2 and 4
2 and 4
20 - 40 mins. depending on recipe.
10 - 30 mins. depending on recipe
6
2
25 - 35 mins.
7
2 or 3
15 - 45 mins. depending on recipe
large
7
2
35 - 45 mins.
individual
7
2
20 - 30 mins.
"E"
5 and
2-5 hrs.starting on shelf 5 until"set"
Baseplate
and then on the baseplate until dried out, turn if
YEAST MIXTURES
Bread - rolls
MISCELLANEOUS
Yorkshire Pudding
Meringues
necessary.
When baking with two trays or tins on two levels, the top tray is removed first and the lower tray moved up to the top
position for a few minutes longer.
Soft Margarine - Use the oven settings recommended by the margarine manufacturer and not those indicated on the
cooking chart.
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TEMPERATURE CONVERSION SCALE
Approximate Oven Temperature
Conversion Chart
GAS MARK
1/2
1
1
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
CONVENTIONAL OVEN
°F
250
295
320
345
375
400
435
475
490
510
°C
120
140
160
175
190
205
225
245
255
265
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FAN OVEN °C
(It is not always
necessary to
pre-heat oven)
100
125
140
155
170
185
205
225
235
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CARE AND CLEANING
In the interests of both safety and hygiene your Belling Cooker needs to be
kept clean. A build-up of grease or fat from cooking could cause a fire hazard.
WARNING! For your own safety , always switch off your cooker at the
mains supply and allow to cool before cleaning.
Never use excessive amounts of water to clean your cooker, and remember
that your cooker is heavy - take care when pulling it out for access.
To move the cooker forward, open the grill door and LH oven door and with
two hands positioned under the roof of the compartments, lift and pull forward.
Replace by pushing the cooker backwards. Check that the cooker is level.
Take care to ensure that any floor covering is not damaged.
Control Panel /
Oven Doors
Wipe over with a cloth wrung out in hot soapy water, then wipe with a cloth
wrung out in clear water. Dry with a soft clean cloth.
DO NOT use scouring pads, oven cleaners, aerosols, or abrasive
cleaners which may damage the surfaces and the plastic control knobs.
Ovens and Grill
The rod shelves, oven roof, and other enamel parts of both ovens and hob
can be cleaned using household cream cleanser with a nylon pad or sponge.
Heavier soiling may require the use of a proprietary oven cleaner or steel wool
pad, but do not allow these to contact the Cookclean enamel, the hob or hob
surround, or any of the door seals or plastic parts of the cooker.
Only use oven cleaners which carry the Vitreous Enamel Development
Council's Approvals symbol, and always follow the manufacturers instructions
for use.
To remove the oven roof, simply slide it forward out of the cooker. Remember
never to operate the oven without its roof in position.
Pan Support and Burner Caps / Burner Bodies
As for enamel cleaning above.
NOTE: Care must be taken to prevent cleaning materials, water or dirt, from
entering and blocking the burner cap ports or the burner body, especially the
gas way and air hole. Remove any blockage with a nylon brush.
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Belling Cookclean Panels
Both ovens have side runners that are coated with a special enamel which will
absorb and gradually vaporise any splashes which occur during cooking. This
surface coating, which can be recognised by its matt finish, may be damaged
by using aerosol oven cleaners, oven pads, detergents or scouring powders
and their use is not recommended.
Any particularly heavy soiling or splashing may indicate the cooking
temperature has been high, or that excess fat or water has been used when
roasting. It can be removed by 'blotting' the surface with a paper towel or soft
sponge, or by running the oven empty at mark 8 for about 30 minutes.
Warning!
Under these conditions the surfaces may become hotter than
usual and children should be kept away.
Whilst normal cleaning can be carried out with these panels in place, they can
be removed for cleaning manually, or for cleaning the rest of the oven interior.
First, remove the oven shelves. The side runners can then be removed from
the ovens by unscrewing the three screws on each panel, and then lifting
them out.
To clean these Cookclean panels by hand, scrub them with a nylon pad or
brush, using cold water and a little gentle detergent (although this may cause
some discoloration). Rinse in cold water and blot them dry with a paper towel
or sponge. Do not rub the surface too dry as this can damage the Cookclean
finish. After cleaning, replace the panels immediately and run both the ovens
at maximum setting for about 30 minutes to prevent deterioration of the
enamel.
Do not clean them in a dishwasher.
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IS THERE SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOUR COOKER?
Fault Finding Guide
Problem
Nothing Works.
Before contacting your Belling Service Center/Installer, check the
problem guide below; there may be nothing wrong with your cooker.
Check
Is the main cooker wall switch turned on?
Is the timer working? If the timer is not working it is likely that
is no electricity supply to your cooker.
there
Large oven does not work. Ensure timer is set to manual by turning the timer control knob
Standard oven working OK!
To the manual position.
Grill working
(Refer to ‘Timer Instructions’ pages 14-15)
Ignition failure
If all burners fail to ignite, check that sparks appear at the burners, a
clicking noise should be heard. If not, check that the main cooker wall
switch is turned on.
If only a hotplate burner is failing to light check that:
- the burner cap and ring are fitted correctly.
the holes in the burner ring are not blocked.
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COOKING RESULTS NOT SATISFACTORY?
PROBLEM
CHECK
GRILLING
Uneven cooking front
to back
Ensure that the grill pan is positioned centrally
below the grill burner.
Fat Splattering
Ensure that the grill is not set at too high a setting.
BAKING GENERAL.
Uneven rising of cakes
Ensure that the oven shelves are level by using a
spirit level on the rod shelf. The oven should be
checked both left to right and front to back.
Sinking of cakes
The following may cause cakes to sink:
1. Cooking at too high a temperature.
2. Using normal creaming method with soft margarine.
Use the all-in-one method.
Over/ Under Cooking.
Fast/Slow cooking
Refer to the cooking times and temperatures given
in the cook book provided, however, it may be
necessary to increase or decrease temperature by
1
/2 gas mark (10°C) to suit personal taste. Do not use
oven/meat pans greater than 21/4" in height.
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SERVICE
Calling for Service
Please consult your retailer in the first instance. If you experience
difficulty, contact Belling Appliances, After Sales Division. Remember that you
may be charged for the visit (even during the guarantee period) if nothing is
found to be wrong with the appliance, so always check the instructions to
make sure that you have not missed anything.
Belling Appliances After Sales Division (Service) Tel: 0345 454540 (all calls
will be charged at local rate).
Belling recommend your cooker should be serviced by a competent person
every two years.
Before contacting a service agent, please note the following details about your
cooker:Model Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Serial Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Date of Purchase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Also note your postcode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
In order to provide a complete service history for your Belling appliance,
please ask the service engineer to record the appropriate details in the chart
below:-
Date
Parts Replaced
Or repaired
Nature of fault
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Authorized
Stamp or
Signature
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Belling Appliances Ltd, Mexborough, South Yorkshire, S64 8AJ.
Tel: Belling Help Line
01709 579902
General Enquiries
01709 579900.
Part No. 8/18115/0
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