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Belling IHT613 Built in Hob Owner Manual
Users Guide & Installation
Handbook
Belling
IH613
Part No 083397701 Date 05/09/2017
CONTENTS & INTRODUCTION
CONTENTS
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SAFETY
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USING THE PRODUCT
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CLEANING
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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TECHNICAL DATA
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CUSTOMER CARE
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for buying this Britishbuilt appliance from us.
This guide book is designed to help you
through each step of owning your new
appliance, from installation to use. Please
read it carefully before you start using
your product, as we have endeavored to
answer as many questions as possible,
and provide you with as much support
as we can.
If, however, you should find something
missing, or not covered, please contact
our Customer Care team. Their number is
located on the back page of this book.
For customers outside the UK and Northern Ireland, please contact your local
supplier.
When you dial this number you will hear
a recorded message and be given a number of options. This indicates that your
call has been accepted and is being held
in a queue. Calls are answered in strict
rotation as our Customer care representatives become available.
Alternatively, general information, spares
and service information is available from
our website. The address is located on
the back page of this book.
WARRANTY
Your new appliance comes with our
12-month guarantee, protecting you
against electrical and mechanical breakdown. To register your appliance please
call 0844 481 0182, complete the registration form included or register online at
the web address located on the back page
of this book.
For full terms & conditions of the manufacturer’s guarantee, refer to the website
on the back of this book.
European Directives
As a producer and a supplier of cooking
appliances we are committed to the protection of the environment and are in the
compliance with the WEEE directive. All
our electric products are labelled accordingly with the crossed out wheeled bin
symbol. This indicates, for disposal purposes at end of life, that these products
must be taken to a recognised collection
points, such as local authority sites/local
recycling centres
This appliance Complies with European
Community Directives (CE) for household
and similar electrical appliances and Gas
appliances where applicable.
This appliance conforms to European Directive 2009/125/EC regarding Eco design
requirements for energy-related products
Our policy is one of constant development
and improvement, therefore we cannot
guarantee the strict accuracy of all of our
illustrations and specifications - changes
may have been made subsequent to
publishing.
WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS
Damage or calls resulting from transportation, improper use or the replacement of
CONTENTS & INTRODUCTION
removable parts.
Costs incurred for calls to put right an appliance which is improperly installed.
Appliances found to be in use within a
commercial environment, plus those which
are subject to rental agreements.
Before using the hob
Make sure that you have removed all
packaging, wrappings, stickers and films
from the hob surface.
It is recommended that you clean and
wash the hob surface before using for the
first time.
Apply a thin coat of ceramic hob cleaner
to the hob to help maintain and protect it.
See the customer care section for details
of how to obtain all the available cleaning
products.
SAFETY
WARNING
• If the hob surface is cracked, broken or shattered, switch off the
appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock and call for a
service engineer’s visit.
• The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use.
Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements. Children
less than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless continuously
supervised. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8
years and above and persons with reduced physical sensory or
mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning the use of
the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved.
Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
• Do not use a steam cleaner on any cooking range, hob or oven
appliance.
• Metallic objects such a knives, forks, spoons and lids should not
be placed on the hob surface since they can get hot.
• After use, switch off the hob element by its control and do not rely
on the pan detector.
• The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an
external timer or separate control system.
• Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can be dangerous and
may result in fire.
• NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch off the
appliance and then cover the flame with a lid or damp cloth.
• Danger of fire: Do not store items on the cooking surfaces.
• Only use hob guards designed by the manufacturer of the cooking
appliance or indicated by the manufacturer of the appliance in
the instructions for use as suitable or hob guards incorporated in
the appliance. The use of inappropriate hob guards can cause
accidents.
• This induction hob complies with the applicable EMC and EMF
standards. Therefore it should not interfere with other electronic
units. Persons fitted with a pacemaker or any other electrical
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implant should clarify with their doctor or the producer of the
implant, whether there implant is adequate and fail-safe. Please
place pans centrally on the cooking zones. The British Heart
Foundation provide additional advice regarding using induction
hobs when a pacemaker is fitted.
During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to
avoid touching heating elements.
Do not modify this appliance.
Do not place articles on or against the appliance.
Servicing should be carried out only by authorised personnel.
CAUTION
• The cooking process has to be supervised. A short term cooking
process has to be supervised continuously.
• This appliance must not be installed behind a decorative door in
order to avoid overheating.
• Fire Safety Advice
If you do have a fire in the kitchen, don’t take any risks - get everyone out of your home and call the
Fire Brigade.
If you have an electrical fire in the kitchen:
• Pull the plug out, or switch off the power at the fuse box - this may be enough to stop the fire immediately
• Smother the fire with a fire blanket, or use a dry powder or carbon dioxide extinguisher
• Remember: never use water on an electrical or cooking oil fire.
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Other Safety Advice
There is a risk of electric shock, so always make sure you have turned off and unplugged your
appliance before starting. Always allow the product to cool down before you change a bulb.
This appliance must be earthed.
The appliance must never be disconnected from the mains supply during use, as this will seriously
affect the safety and performance, particularly in relation to surface temperatures becoming hot and
gas operated parts not working efficiently.
GAS WARNING! - If you smell gas: Do not try to light any appliance, Do not touch any electrical
switch. Contact your local gas supplier immediately.
USING THE HOB - INDUCTION
Before using your hob
It is recommended that you clean and
wash the hob surface before using for the
first time. Apply a thin coat of ceramic
hob cleaner to the hob to maintain and
protect it. See the customer care section
for details of how to obtain all the available cleaning products.
Basic Control Functions
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1
TOUCH CONTROLS
The touch controls for your induction hob
have been designed to provide you with
finger tip control of your hob, providing
accurate and repeatable power settings
for cooking and an easy clean surface
that can be easily wiped over. When a
cook zone is activated the power setting is
displayed for each zone individually.
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4
5
2
2
Note; Generic illustration shown above your
appliance may visually differ.
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COOK ZONE KEYS
2
INDIVIDUAL COOK ZONE DISPLAYS
3
POWER DOWN KEY (-)
Using the Touch Controls.
4
POWER UP KEY (+)
Use the flat of your finger, not the tip, the
controls respond to touch, so you don’t
need to apply any pressure.
5
ON/OFF KEY
6
TIMER DISPLAYS
Always ensure the control area is clean,
dry and free from of any objects (e.g.
utensils, tea towels and cloths), spillages
and water may make the controls difficult
to operate.
A warning will be activated and will beep
to attract your attention. ER03 will be
displayed and the control will switch off
after 10 seconds. Please remove any
objects and clean the control area as appropriate.
Child Lock “L”
This feature is to help prevent accidental
switching on of the hob, especially by
young children.
To Activate:
1) Select the On/Off Key.
2) Simultaneously touch the right hand
front (RHF) cook zone and the down [-]
key, the hob should beep.
3) Remove fingers and touch the RHF
cook zone again. (L should appear in all
the cook zone displays).
4) Switch off the hob.
When you now switch on the hob “L” will
appear in all the cook zone displays. The
child lock feature will be permanently activated, to de-activate follow the procedure
below.
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To de-activate the child lock:
normal brightness.
1) Select the On/Off Key. (L will be displayed on all Cook Zones).
2) Select the required power setting using
the up +/down – keys.
2) Simultaneously touch the RHF cook
zone and the down [-] key, the hob
should beep.
Switching off an individual hob cook
zone
3) Remove fingers and touch the down [-]
key again. (The hob should switch off).
4) When you now switch on the hob “0”
will be displayed in all cook zone displays,
the hob can now be used normally.
Central On/Off switch
The central on/off switch enables all of
the cooking zones to be switched off
simultaneously at a touch of a key.
To switch on the hob
The hob is switched On by touching
the“ON/OFF” key for 1 sec.
A beep sounds and all the heater displays
show a full stop in the cook zone display.
If a heater is not selected in 10 seconds,
the hob will turn off automatically.
The hob is switched off by touching
the“ON/OFF” key for 1 second. A beep
sounds and all the heaters are switched
off.
Switching on an individual hob cook
zone
To switch on a cook zone it is necessary
to actuate every cooking zone by means
of two operations:
1) Touch the required cook zone key for
approximately 1 second a beep sounds
and the heater display shows the power
level with normal brightness.
The cook zones that are not selected are
dimmed. When the cook zone selection is finished after 10 seconds, a beep
sounds and all the heater displays that
were dimmed show the power levels with
Once the cook zone is selected, it can be
switched off by touching the down [-] key
until the corresponding display shows “0”.
Power Boost
Boost the power to a cook zone by approximately 15%. All cook zones can be
boosted permanently.
Quick Operation
With the cook zone at power level 0,
touch the down [-] key the power level
will raise straight to 9.
With the cook zone at power level 9,
touch the up [+] key the power level will
raise to the Power Boost level and a beep
sounds and the heater display shows “P”.
MINUTE MINDER
The minute minder uses the displays for
the two rear cook zones, either side of the
clock symbol.
The minute minder beeps when the set
time has expired – it does not switch off
any zone.
To operate
1) Turn on the hob, using the on/off key.
2) Ensure that no cooking zones have
been selected. Select the minute minder
by pressing the up [+] and down [-] keys
simultaneously – the display will show 00.
3) Set the minute minder by pressing the
up [+] and down [-] keys. Pressing down
[-] first sets the timer to 30 minutes. This
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can then be adjusted using the up [+] and
down [-] keys.
4) The maximum time that can be set is
99 minutes.
5)The minute minder is now set and begins counting down.
1) Select the cook zone to be timed,
ensuring power level is already set before
selecting timer.
2) Select the timer by pressing the up [+]
and down [-] keys simultaneously – the
timer display will show 00
6) You can now use the hob as normal.
7) If the hob is turned off then minute
minder operation is shown by flashing
dots on the display.
When the time is up
1) The minute minder will beep and the
timer display flashes.
2) Touch any key to stop.
Additional minute minder information
To modify or cancel the minute minder:-
3) Set the timer by pressing the up [+]
and down [-] keys. Pressing down [-] first
sets the timer to 30 minutes. This can
then be adjusted using the up [+] and
down [-] keys.
4) The timer indicator in the display stops
flashing and is not displayed. Operation of
a timer is shown by a stationary dot in the
cook zone display for the timed cook zone.
When the time is up
1) Follow steps 1 to 5 above if the hob is
turned off.
1) The timer display will flash, the timer
will beep and the cook zone will automatically turn off.
2) Follow steps 2 to 5 above if the hob is
turned on.
2) The timed cook zone display will show
a flashing dot.
3) Setting back to zero will cancel the
minute minder.
3) Touch any key to stop the beeping.
TIMER AUTO SWITCH OFF
To modify or cancel a timer follow steps 1
to 4 above in “To operate”. Setting back to
zero will cancel the timer.
The timer uses the displays for the rear
cook zones, either side of the clock
symbol. The timer can be set to automatically turn off a cooking zone. All four cook
zones can be simultaneously timed to turn
off automatically.
Cook zones can be set for a maximum
time of 99 minutes.
Warning: Never leave the hob unattended when in use, even when you have set
the timer to turn off the cook zone.
To operate
Additional timer information
To set the timer for additional zones follow
steps 1 to 4 above in “To operate”.
To check the timer setting for a cook zone
select a timed cook zone and then press
the up [+] and down [-] keys simultaneously to show the time remaining.
If multiple timers have been set then the
timers can be checked as follows:1) Ensure that a cooking zone has not
been selected.
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2) Select the timer by pressing the up [+]
and down [-] keys simultaneously.
3) Press the up [+] and down [-] keys
as many times as necessary to display
the timer for the required cook zone
(the active cook zone times are cycled
clockwise). The stationary dot in the cook
zone display will flash when the timer is
displayed for that zone.
affect the safety and performance,
particularly in relation to surface
temperatures becoming hot and
component parts not working
efficiently. The cooling fan (if fitted)
is designed to run on after the cook
zones have been switched off.
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4) If the minute minder has also been
set it will be displayed first. In this case
other timed cooking zones are shown by a
stationary dot in the cook zone display.
Pan Detection
This induction hob complies with the
applicable EMC and EMF standards.
Therefore it should not interfere
with other electronic units. Persons
fitted with a pacemaker or any other
electrical implant should clarify with
their doctor or the producer of the
implant, whether there implant is
adequate and fail-safe,
The pacemaker must be
designed in compliance with the
appropriate regulations.
As soon as you lift the pan off the zone
the power is automatically reduced, helping to save energy.
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The above “U” symbol appears when a
zone has been activated but no pan has
been placed on the cook zone,
PANS AND COOKWARE FOR INDUCTION HOBS
If the “U” symbol does not disappear
when a pan is placed on the zone it
indicates that the pan is not suitable for
induction cooking.
Note
This means the hob only uses power
when a suitable pan is placed on the
zone, this reduces the energy used during
the cooking process, i.e. when you take
your pan off the zone the hob automatically reduces the power, and only switches
back on when you replace the pan.
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WARNING:- Ensure you switch off
the appropriate cook zone individually
or by the central on/off key when you
have finished cooking, do not rely
upon the automatic pan detection
system as your means of switching
“off” the appliance.
The appliance must never be
disconnected from the mains supply
during use as this will seriously
Pans and Cookware for induction cooking
zones must be made of ferrous material such as cast iron and have magnetic
properties. The base must also be of the
correct diameter.
It’s important that good quality flat bottomed pans are used.
If a pan creates a large air gap over the
middle of the cooking zone, the accuracy
of the temperature sensing can be affected.
Always ensure that pan bases are dry
before using them on the hob.
Get a magnet, if a magnet doesn’t stick to
your pan, it is not suitable for use on the
induction hob.
Beware:- Not all induction pans are of
the same quality due to their construction. Pans that use enamelled/laminated/
encapsulated bases can be difficult to
detect, especially small pans (e.g. milk
pans). We recommend that you buy pans
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that are marked/advertised as being suitable for induction.
This problem is not with induction hob
but with the pan type, they can have
bases which are magnetic but are not
thick enough! If you experience problems
with small pans we recommend that you
try a larger pan or a pan of a different
construction. Solid cast iron pans give the
best performance.
Induction Cook
Zone
Smallest Recommended Diameter
(mm)
LHF
130
LHR
130
RHR
130
RHF
130
Cookware made of enamelled steel or
with aluminium or copper bottoms can
leave discolorations on the ceramic glass
surface which are difficult or impossible to
remove.
Pans unsuitable for Induction:
Pans made of copper, stainless steel, aluminium, oven proof glass, wood, ceramic
and terra-cotta.
Overheat Pan Protection
The hob is equipped with additional safety
systems that help to prevent cookware
from overheating, providing an additional
level of safety not available on conventional hobs such as gas and ceramic hobs.
Helps reduce the risk of fire through misuse use of hob.
If there is an overheat situation the hob
will display the appropriate code detailed
in the “hob status codes table”.
Approximate Glass
Temperature oC
Hob Action
255
Cooking zone
switches off with the
error message “E2”
265
All cooking zones are
switched off with the
errors message “E2”
Note:
The safety temperature control of the
pans is only possible with quality flat bottomed pans suitable for induction cooking; Poor quality pans can create air gaps
between the glass and the pan, which
affects the accuracy of the temperature
control.
Residual Heat Indicators
If glass surface is above 65oC when the
cook zone is switched off an “H “will be
displayed in the cook zone display until
the glass surface drops to an acceptable
temperature.
This feature not only warns you against
hot surfaces but also indicates that there
is residual heat which can be used as
temporary warm zone.
Note:
The cook zone itself does not heat up, but
the ceramic glass does get hot because
of the hot pan conducting heat back onto
the hob glass.
Auto Stand by
The Hob will automatically switch off if
left (with pan) on for an extended period
of time, see maximum running times
below.
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Power Level
Maximum
Operation Time
hours
1
8
2
6
3
5
4
5
5
4
6
1.5
7
1.5
8
1.5
9
1.5
P (Power Boost)
1.5
Energy Saving Tips
Always place cookware on the cooking
zone before it is switched on. When ever
possible place lids on pans.
USING THE
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HOB -THE
13AMP
HOBVERSIONS
13 AMP OPERATION
Your hob has been designed to allow you
to connect to a 13Amp fused spur and is
suitable for a variety of installations not
possible with conventional electric hobs,
such as direct replacement for a gas hob
without the need to install a 32 Amp
cooker socket, thus eliminating the need
for an expensive rewire of the kitchen.
How it works
Each time you operate the hob, the total
power level of the hob is calculated.
If the total power requested reaches
2.8 kW the energy management system
warns you that the limit is reached. Signalled by a flashing display “r” in the zone
window (Lasts for 3 seconds ) and an
audible “Beep”. The hob cook zones can
be used in any combination or setting until
the 2.8 kW power setting is reached. (See
Tables Below)
Any further power increase is not
allowed!
To use any new zones requires you to
reduce the power of one of the other
selected cook zones.
Note: With one zone on ‘P’ or ‘9’, it is only
possible to use zone 3
13 Amp Supply Power Setting Examples
Set Cook Zone
Examples Of Possible Power Setting Combinations
Left Hand Front
9
P
P
P
8
Left Hand Rear
9
P
1
8
8
Right Hand Front
Off
Off
1
8
8
Right Hand Rear
Off
Off
Off
Off
8
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TROUBLESHOOTING
The hob produces a smell the first
few times it is used
Heat a pan full of water on each zone for
half an hour.
Pans make a noise during cooking
This is caused by vibration due to the passage of energy from the hob to the pan.
On a high setting this is quite normal for
certain types of saucepan. It will not damage the hob.
The hob makes a slight clicking
sound
This is caused by the distribution of power
between two heating zones on the same
side of the hob.
The hob won’t work. The indicators
don’t come on
The electricity supply is not reaching the
appliance (faulty supply or connection);
Check the fuses and the cut-out switch.
Refer to Troubleshooting chart and if
problems persist call, the customer service
hot line for further assistance.
The fan keeps working for a few
minutes after the hob has been
turned off
There are cooling fans fitted to this
appliance which will operate when the
appliance is on and until the appliance is
sufficiently cooled.
Appliance Errors
Fault Description
Action
ER03 and
permanent tone
Continuous button actuation; control
switches off after 10 s
Clean the user interface.
E2
Over temperature
Allow system to cool
E3
1. Pot/pan not suitable, example Loss of
magnetic properties because of temperature at bottom of pot.
2. Power of cooking zones
permanently exceeded
1. This error is reset after 30 s; the cooking zone can be
used again. The pot/pan must be removed if the fault keeps
reoccurring.
2. The power unit must be replaced if the error continues to
be displayed even when no pot/pan is present on the cooking
zone.
E/H
Invariable resistor fault
Induction module must be cool
CLEANING
ELECTRIC HOB
follow the circular grooves and avoid
damaging the red spots. Make sure
that you allow the hotplate to dry
before use by switching on the elements at a low heat.
Ceramic glass hobs
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It is recommended that you clean
and wash the hob surface before
using for the first time. Apply a thin
coat of ceramic hob cleaner to the
hob to help maintain and protect it.
The ceramic hob top can be cleaned
using a clean, damp cloth or kitchen
paper. Do not use a used dishcloth
or sponge as they can leave a film of
detergent on the surface which can
lead to discoloration. Please ensure
that the elements are cooled fully to
avoid steam burns.
You can use a specialist ceramic
cleaner to restore the surface, but
use sparingly to avoid coating the
hob top too thickly. Too much cream
cleaner will lead to discolouration.
Use a dry, clean cloth to polish the
surface.
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For stubborn marks, a specialist hob
scraper or cleaner can be used.
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Do not use steam cleaners or highpressure cleaning equipment.
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Regular cleaning will prevent any
salts or minerals from accumulating
on your hob and discolouring the
glass.
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Wipe any spillage as soon as possible.
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Clean the hob top as regularly as
possible, this will prevent any build
up of grease which may be a fire
hazard.
Solid plate hobs
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Prime and Season - this helps maintain the finish of the elements.
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Use a damp, clean cloth to wipe the
solid plate, making sure that you
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You can restore the hotplates by using a solid plate cleaner but take care
to avoid the red spots on elements.
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To prime: Switch on each element in
turn for a short while (with no pan on
it) at a medium - high setting. This
will harden and burn off the coating.
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To season: Heat the element for 30
seconds at a medium setting then
switch off. Use a minimum amount
of unsalted vegetable oil, on a dry
cloth or paper towel, and apply a thin
coat of oil to the element surface.
Wipe off the excess and heat the element for one minute.
Notes:
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The edge of the ceramic glass will
always appear to be a different colour
than the top surface due to the
ground safety edge.
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Scratches or dark stains on the
ceramic glass that cannot be removed do not affect the function of
the appliance.
Safety when Cleaning
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For cleaning, the appliance must be
switched off and cooled down.
WARNING! Risk of burns from residual
heat.
INSTALLATION
General information
Do Not
Installation should only be carried out by
a qualified installer or engineer.
Please keep to the following points most
carefully;
Do not expose this product to contamination by dust, building debris, sawdust etc,
it is recommended that this product is
stored in a clean environment until ready
to install.
Although every care has been taken to
ensure this appliance has no burrs, or
sharp edges, we recommend that you
wear protective gloves when installing and moving this appliance. This will
prevent injury.
Before installation any dust, building
debris, sawdust etc should be vacuumed
away to ensure no contamination will
enter the unit. Failure to follow this advice
can cause the product to fail or reduce
the life of the product.
The minimum distances to other appliances and units are to be observed.
Wall surfaces above the work surface and
in the immediate vicinity of the cooking
hob must be heat resistant.
Laminated surfaces and the adhesive
used for fixing them must be heat resistant in order to avoid any damage.
The space for air circulation, located
underneath and at the back of the hob
improves its reliability by ensuring that it
will cool down, efficiently.
Installations should be carried out in line
with the National Regulations applicable
with this product type.
Note: Avoid installing the appliance next
to doors and under windows. This will
avoid the potential for hot cookware being knocked off the hob when doors and
windows are opened (Risk of burns).
Built-in appliances may only be used after
they have been built-into suitable built-in
units and surfaces that meet the required
standards.
INSTALLATION
CHOOSING YOUR INSTALLATION
Make sure that the air inlets through the
ventilator grids underneath the hob are
never blocked.
We recommend that you install this appliance in a work top which is a minimum
38mm deep.
The hob can be fitted into a work top
less than 38mm deep, but the 20mm gap
between hob base and appliance must be
maintained.
Installation above an oven
Refer to the manufacturer’s instructions
for clearances above the oven.
We recommend a 20mm gap between
the bottom of the hob and appliance.
An air outlet of 5mm underneath work
surface is required.
Installation above a unit with a
drawer or door
An air outlet of 5mm underneath work
surface is required. If necessary, remove
the front crosspiece of the unit.
The base of the appliance must be protected from damage e.g. draws may only
be installed providing a partition panel is
fitted to the required dimensions underneath the appliance. Suitable protection to
prevent obstruction of the air inlet to the
fans must be provided.
In the case of a pyrolytic oven
If installing the hob above a pyrolytic
oven, additional provision for air circulation / ventilation may be required.
Due to the excessive temperatures attained during pyrolysis, using the hob at
the same time may cause the thermal
safety device within the hob to operate.
INSTALLATION ABOVE AN OVEN
Worktop
Hob
Min 20mm
Min 5mm
Oven
INSTALLATION ABOVE A UNIT WITH
A DRAWER OR DOOR
Worktop
Hob
Min 20mm
Min 5mm
Partician
Partition
INSTALLATION
Clearances and dimension – requirements
No shelf or overhang of combustible material should be closer than 650mm above
the hob.
There must be a minimum clearance of
50mm between the edges of the hob and
any side walls; this clearance must be
maintained up to 420mm above the
work top.
* 650mm min
There must be a minimum clearance of
50mm between the rear edge of the hob
and the rear wall. This clearance must be
maintained up to 650mm above the work
top.
When installing an extractor hood above
the hob, refer to their Manufacturer’s
instructions.
Minimum distance
between carcasses must
be equal to width of hob
420mm min
50mm min
560mm
490mm
50mm min
30mm min /
50mm max
50mm Min
height to extractor
* Minimum
as recommend in extractor
instruction manual
INSTALLATION
Fitting into work top
Recessed Method
Cut a hole in the work surface to the
required size.
A clearance of at least 50mm should be
maintained between the cutout and any
rear or side wall.
The work top must be of heat-resistant
material or covered with heat-resistant
material.
Protecting the cut-out;
The types of chipboard used for work
surfaces swell relatively quickly in contact
with humidity.
Apply a suitable sealant to the cut edge to
protect it from moisture ingress.
Recess the work top to the appropriate
depth (Approx 5mm) and shape to fit the
hob (add 1mm to overall glass size).Insert
the hob into the recess, ensuring that the
foam seal is sitting correctly. Locate and
attach the securing clamps as required,
Tighten the screws so that the hob is
pulled down firmly against the work top,
thus ensuring a good seal. You may want
to fill any gap between the hob top glass
and the work top surface with silicone
sealant.
DO NOT fit silicone sealant under the
glass hob instead of the self adhesive
seal.
This hob can be installed conventionally
(glass above the work top) or recessed
into the work top for a flush fit.
Self adhesive seal
CONVENTIONAL INSTALLATION
1
Apply the self adhesive seal to the underside edges of the hob glass. For best
results, the seal should be adhered along
each side in turn, as close to the edge as
possible, and trimmed at each corner, taking care to ensure a neat join.
Conventional Installation
Place the hob in the aperture, checking
the hob glass is covering the work top
along all four sides.
Set the front edge of the appliance parallel with the front of the work top.
Locate and attach the securing clamps as
required, Tighten the screws so that the
hob is pulled down firmly against the work
top, thus ensuring a good seal.
Worktop
1 SELF ADHESIVE SEAL
RECESSED METHOD
2
1
Worktop
DO NOT USE POWER TOOLS TO
TIGHTEN BRACKET OR
TERMINAL BLOCK SCREWS
- OVER - TIGHTENING COULD
RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE
HOB
Hob
Hob
1
SELF ADHESIVE SEAL
2
SILICONE SEALANT
INSTALLATION
Fixing Bracket Advice
Dealing with sides, cross-rails and
back-panels in the cabinet.
Depending on the cabinets, the worktop thickness and the hob positioning, it
is possible for the hob base and/or the
clamp brackets to interfere with parts of
the cabinet.
Cut away cabinet and use appropriate fixing brackets for your installation.
Note; Attach the clamps and 4 x self tapping screws in the fixing bracket locations
as shown in the diagram.
HOB
WORKTOP
30mm
FIXING POINTS
SCREW
WORKTOP
FIXING POINTS
SCREW
40mm
HOB
INSTALLATION
Connect to the electricity supply
For hobs that are supplied/manufactured with a 13Amp supply cord and
Plug only.
Warning: Ensure that the power rating of
the appliance is compatible with a 13Amp
supply beore connecting to the electricity
supply. i.e. 2.8kW.
Warning: This appliance must be
earthed.
The flexible mains lead is supplied connected to a BS 1363 fused plug, the plug
is fitted with the correct fuse.
Replace only with a fuse of the same rating and type.
2. The wire which is coloured blue must
be connected to the terminal marked N
(Neutral), or coloured Black.
3. The wire which is coloured brown must
be connected to the terminal marked L
(Live), or coloured Red.
The plug and socket must be accessible
after installation. Should the mains lead
of the appliance ever require replacing,
we recommend that this is carried out
by a qualified electrician who will replace
it with a lead of the same size and
temperature rating.
Important: - ensure that you route all
mains and electrical cables and flexible
tubing well clear of any adjacent heat
source.
Under no circumstances should the mains
electric cable be allowed to come into
contact with hot oven flues or similar
surfaces and keep well clear of any
moving parts that may be in the vicinity
of the installation, such as cooling fans on
adjacent appliances.
The wires in the mains lead are coloured
in accordance with the following code:
Green and yellow = Earth,
Blue = Neutral,
Brown = Live.
As the colours of the wires in the mains
lead for the appliance may not correspond
with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
1. The wire which is coloured green and
yellow must be connected to the terminal
marked E (Earth) or coloured Green.
TECHNICAL DATA
SINGLE PHASE SUPPLY: 220 -240V ~ 50Hz 2.8kW
Individual Cook Zone Power Ratings
Cook Zone
Normal Power/Boost
Power Rating kW
LHF
1.2/1.4
LHR
1.2/1.4
RHR
1.2/1.4
RHF
1.2/1.4
CUSTOMER CARE
CUSTOMER CARE WEB SHOP
Having purchased a superior cooker, hob
or hood from us, you’ll naturally want to
keep it looking great. And who better to
help you care for it than the manufacturer?
We offer an extensive range of accessories, components and cleaning products
which, will instantly give your cooker a
good as new look.
range of Bake ware and Cookware essentials including Roasting Pans, Cake Tins
and Non-Stick Cooking Liners.
For all enquires, please visit our Web
Shop at www.gdhaonline.co.uk or
call the Spares Sales Team on 0844
815 3745. For countries outside the UK,
please contact your local service agent.
In addition to the list of our most popular
products below, we also have an exciting
Product Description
Where used
Purpose
Ceramic Hob
Cleaner
All Ceramic glass
hobs including
Induction
Enables easier cleaning of your ceramic hob.
Prevents build up of mineral deposits. Best
used with Ceramic Hob Scraper Kit. 300ml
bottle.
Ceramic Hob
Scraper kit
All Ceramic glass
hobs including
Induction
Ideal for removing cooked on marks from
ceramic glass hobs Best used with Ceramic
Hob Cleaner
Sealed Hotplate
Conditioner
All sealed/solid
plate hobs
Restores the sleek matt black finish to solid
hotplates
Multipurpose
Kitchen Cleaner
General kitchen
cleaner
Excellent multipurpose cleaner, For use
around the kitchen. 500ml bottle.
Oven Cleaner
All cooking appliances.
Cuts through grease & burnt on grime. 500ml
bottle
Restor-A-Cloth
All cooking appliances.
Chemical free cleaning cloth Ideal for cleaning & polishing glass & stainless steel
Stainless Steel
Cleaner
All stainless steel
parts
Oil based cleaner. Perfect for removing stubborn & greasy marks. 300ml bottle.
Rectangular carbon filters
Cooker Hoods
New filters, help to maintain efficient cooker
hood operation and keep your Kitchen odour
free
Round Carbon
Filters
Cooker Hoods
New filters, help to maintain efficient cooker
hood operation and keep your Kitchen odour
free
15.030
Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else
who may use the appliance.
CUSTOMER CARE
To contact Belling about your appliance, please call
Warranty Registration
0800 952 1068
to register your appliance
Customer Care Helpline
0344 815 3746
in case of difficulty within the UK
Alternatively general, spares and service information is available from our website at
www.belling.co.uk
Please ensure that you have the product’s model no and serial no available when you
call. These can be found on the silver data label on your product which is located:
Ovens
High-level grill products
Hobs
Open the door; adjacent to the oven cavity
Inside the base compartment
On the underside of the product
Enter appliance numbers here for future reference:
Model No
Serial No
SERVICE RECORD
Date of purchase
Installed by
Installation Date
Part(s) replaced
Engineer’s name
Place of purchase:
Date
For customers outside the UK and Northern Ireland, please contact your local supplier.
Glen Dimplex Home Appliances, Stoney Lane, Prescot, Merseyside, L35 2XW
17.010
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