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Rangemaster Nexus 110 Induction  User Guide
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USER GUIDE &
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Nexus 110 Induction
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FRUITY BAKED PUDDING
Serves 4–6
Ingredients
Method
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Preheat the oven to 200 °C (for a conventional oven),
180 oC (for a fan oven) or gas mark 6.
2.
Lightly grease a dish 26 cm wide x 4 cm deep.
3.
Thickly slice any large strawberries and place them with the other fruits into an
ovenproof dish, deep enough so the berries are about 2 deep.
4.
Whisk the eggs and caster sugar until pale and fluffy. Beat the milk and vanilla
extract into the mixture and then fold in the sifted flour and baking powder.
5.
Pour the cake mix over the fruit and bake on the centre shelf of the oven for 1520 minutes, or until the mixture is cooked through and golden on the top.
6.
Dust with icing sugar and serve immediately with cream or crème fraiche.
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Oil for greasing
100 g strawberries
100 g raspberries
100 g redcurrants
100 g blackberries
or a 400 g mixture of
any soft fruits
2 medium eggs
30 g caster sugar
80 ml skimmed milk
2 tsp vanilla extract
60 g plain flour (sifted)
1 tsp baking powder
Icing sugar to dust
ROAST LOIN OF PORK WITH PROSCIUTTO & BAY LEAVES
Ingredients
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Method
3 kg (6½ lb) skinned and
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boned loin of pork
2 x 70 g packs prosciutto
2.
Grated zest of 2 lemons
Bay leaves
Salt and freshly ground black
pepper
3.
For the sauce:
1 tablespoons plain flour
4 tablespoons lemon juice
Chicken stock/water
Preheat the oven to 220 °C (for a conventional oven), 200 °C (for a
fan oven) or gas mark 7.
Spread one of the packs of prosciutto over a chopping board;
place the pork on top with the outer (fat) part of the pork resting
on the prosciutto.
Sprinkle the lemon zest onto the inside of the meat and season
well. Lay the remaining prosciutto on top of the zest and roll up.
4.
Secure the pork with string or silicone bands and thread bay
leaves under the string, covering the whole piece of pork. Put the
meat on to a trivet over a large roasting tin containing enough
water to cover the base.
5.
Place into the oven and cook for 30 minutes. Reduce the heat to
180 °C conventional oven/160 °C fan oven/gas 4 and continue
roasting for a further 25 minutes per 500 g. Should the prosciutto
start becoming too brown, cover with some foil.
6.
When the pork is cooked, place onto a warm plate, cover with foil
and allow to rest for at least 20 minutes.
7.
Spoon off most of the fat from the roasting tin and stir the flour
into the remaining. Gradually add the stock and lemon juice,
adding more stock until the desired consistency is reached and
simmer for 5 minutes. Check the seasoning, adding more pepper
or lemon juice as necessary.
8.
Remove the string or bands from the pork and carve into slices,
serve with the sauce.
Contents
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3.
Before You Start...
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4.
Cooking Table
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Personal Safety
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Electrical Connection Safety
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5.
Cleaning Your Cooker
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Gas Connection Safety
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If You Smell Gas
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Peculiar Smells
2
Ventilation
3
Induction and Ceramic Care
3
Oven Care
4
Hob Care
5
Grill/Glide-out Grill™ Care
5
Warming Zone Care
5
Cooling Fan
5
Cooker Care
5
Cleaning
Cooker Overview
Hob
21
Grills
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Control Panel and Doors
23
Ovens
23
Cleaning Table
24
6.
Troubleshooting
25
7.
Installation
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Dear Installer
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Safety Requirements and Regulations
28
Provision of Ventilation
28
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Location of Cooker
28
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Positioning the Cooker
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Moving the Cooker
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The Hob
6
The Grill / Glide-out Grill
10
Repositioning the Cooker Following
Connection
Bread Proving Drawer
11
Levelling
30
The Ovens
12
Electrical Connection
31
Main Oven Light
14
Final Checks
31
Using the Clock
15
Final Fitting
31
Accessories
17
Customer Care
31
Bread Proving Drawer/Storage
18
Cooking Tips
19
Hints on Using Your Induction Cooker
19
Tips on Cooking with the Timer
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General Oven Tips
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Nexus 110 Induction
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Circuit Diagram
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Technical Data
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Connections
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Dimensions
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Hotplate Ratings
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Hotplate Efficiency
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Oven Data
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1. Before You Start...
Personal Safety
Your cooker should give you many years of trouble-free
cooking if installed and operated correctly. It is important
that you read this section before you start, particularly if you
have not used a dual fuel cooker before.
This appliance is for cooking purposes only. It must not be
used for other purposes, for example heating a room. Using
it for any other purpose could invalidate any warranty or
liability claim. Besides invalidating claims this wastes fuel and
may overheat the control knobs.
This appliance is for use in Great Britain and the Republic
of Ireland. It is a Cat II2H3+ cooker and is set for G20 at
20 mbar. (A conversion kit for LPG is available for the
cooker).
• 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 use of the appliance in a safe
way and understand the hazards involved.
• Children less than 8 years of age should be kept away
unless continuously supervised. Children shall not play
with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance
shall not be made by children without supervision.
• This appliance is designed for domestic cooking only.
Use for any other purpose could invalidate any warranty
or liability claim.
• The appliance and its accessible parts become hot
during use and will retain heat even after you have
stopped cooking. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements.
• A long term cooking process has to be supervised from
time to time. A short term cooking process has to be
supervised continuously.
• At the risk of fire DO NOT store items on the cooking
surfaces.
• To avoid overheating, DO NOT install the cooker behind
a decorative door.
• Accessible parts will become hot during use and will
retain heat even after you have stopped cooking. Keep
babies and children away from the cooker and never
wear loose-fitting or hanging clothes when using the
appliance.
• DO NOT use a steam cleaner on your cooker.
• Always keep combustible materials, e.g. curtains, and
flammable liquids a safe distance away from the cooker.
• DO NOT spray aerosols in the vicinity of the cooker
while it is on.
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Electrical Connection Safety
Gas Connection Safety
A Gas Safe registered engineer should service the cooker
and only approved spare parts should be used.
• This cooker is a Class 2 Subclass 1 appliance.
• This appliance can be converted for use on another gas.
• Before installation, make sure that the cooker is suitable
for your gas type and supply voltage. See the data
badge.
• DO NOT use reconditioned or unauthorised gas
controls.
• Disconnect from the electricity and gas supply before
servicing.
• When servicing or replacing gas-carrying components
disconnect from the gas supply before starting
operation. Check the appliance is gas sound after
completion.
• Make sure that the gas supply is turned on and that the
cooker is wired in and switched on.
• In your own interest and that of safety, it is law that all
gas appliances be installed by a qualified person(s).
• An appliance for use on LPG must not be installed in
a room or internal space below ground level, e.g. in a
basement.
• This cooker must be installed in accordance with:
• British Standards/Codes of Practice, BS 5440 Part 2
• Natural Gas: BS 6172 and BS 6891
• LP Gas: BS 5482-1 (when the installation is in a
permanent dwelling)
• Gas Safety (Installation and Use) regulations
• Relevant Building/IET regulations
The electrical installation must be installed in accordance
with all relevant British Standards/Codes of Practice,
BS 7671. Or with the relevant national and local
regulations and with the local gas and electricity supply
companies’ requirements.
Otherwise, all installations must be in accordance with
the relevant instructions in this booklet.
Read the instructions before installing or using this appliance.
• This appliance is heavy so take care when moving it.
• The cooker may be installed in a kitchen/kitchen diner
but NOT in a room containing a bath or shower.
• This cooker must be earthed.
• This cooker MUST NOT be connected to an ordinary
domestic power point.
• It is normal for the hob control display to flash for about
2 seconds during first power setting.
• Set the clock to make sure that the oven is functional –
see the relevant section in this manual.
• The appliance must be installed in accordance with the
regulations in force and only in a well ventilated space.
• Failure to install the appliance correctly could invalidate
any warranty or liability claims and lead to prosecution.
• DO NOT install the appliance on a platform.
• DO NOT manouvre the cooker while it is plugged into
the electricity supply.
• Before electrical reconnection, check that the appliance
is electrically safe.
If You Smell Gas
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DO NOT turn electric switches on or off
DO NOT smoke
DO NOT use naked flames
Turn off the gas at the meter or cylinder
Open doors and windows to get rid of the gas
Keep people away from the area affected
Call your gas supplier
If you are using Natural Gas in the UK, ring the
National Grid on: 0800 111 999
Peculiar Smells
When you first use your cooker it may give off an odour. This
should stop after use.
Before using for the first time, make sure that all packing
materials have been removed and then, to dispel
manufacturing odours, turn the ovens to 200 °C and run for at
least an hour.
Before using the grill for the first time you should also turn on
the grill and run for 30 minutes with the grill pan in position,
pushed fully back and the grill door open.
Make sure the room is well ventilated to the outside air
(see ‘Ventilation’ below). People with respiratory or allergy
problems should vacate the area for this brief period.
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Ventilation
• DO NOT use water on grease fires and never pick up
a flaming pan. Turn the controls off and then smother
a flaming pan on a surface unit by covering the pan
completely with a well fitting lid or baking tray. If
available, use a multi-purpose dry chemical or foamtype fire extinguisher.
• DO NOT modify this appliance. This appliance is not
intended to be operated by means of external timer or
separated remote-control system.
• If flammable materials are stored in the drawer, oven(s)
or grill(s) it may explode and result in fire or property
damage.
The use of a cooking appliance results in the production
of heat and moisture in the room in which it is installed.
Therefore, make sure that the kitchen is well ventilated:
keep natural ventilation holes open or install a powered
cookerhood that vents outside. If you have several hotplates/
burners on, or use the cooker for a long time, open a window
or turn on an extractor fan
Maintenance
• It is recommended that this appliance is serviced
annually.
• DO NOT use cooking vessels on the hotplate that
overlap the edges.
• Unless specified otherwise in this guide, always allow
the cooker to cool and then switch it off at the mains
before cleaning or carrying out any maintenance work.
• DO NOT use the control knobs to manoeuvre the
cooker.
• NEVER operate the cooker with wet hands.
• DO NOT use a towel or other bulky cloth in place of a
glove – it might catch fire if brought into contact with a
hot surface.
• DO NOT use hotplate protectors, foil or hotplate covers
of any description. These may affect the safe use of
your hotplate burners and are potentially hazardous to
health.
• NEVER heat unopened food containers. Pressure build
up may make the containers burst and cause injury.
• DO NOT use unstable saucepans. Always make sure that
you position the handles away from the edge of the
hotplate.
• NEVER leave the hotplate unattended at high heat
settings. Pans boiling over can cause smoking,
and greasy spills may catch on fire. Use a deep fat
thermometer whenever possible to prevent fat
overheating beyond the smoking point.
• Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can be
dangerous and may result in fire.
• NEVER leave a chip pan unattended. Always heat fat
slowly, and watch as it heats. Deep fry pans should be
only one third full of fat.
• NEVER try to move a pan of hot fat, especially a deep
fat fryer. Wait until the fat is cool. Filling the pan too full
of fat can cause spill over when food is added. If you use
a combination of oils or fats in frying, stir them together
before heating, or as the fats melt.
• Foods for frying should be as dry as possible. Frost on
frozen foods or moisture on fresh foods can cause hot
fat to bubble up and over the sides of the pan. Carefully
watch for spills or overheating of foods when frying at
high or medium high temperatures.
• DO NOT use the top of the flue (the slot along the back
of the cooker) for warming plates, dishes, drying tea
towels or softening butter.
Induction and Ceramic Care
• Important information for pacemaker and
implanted insulin pump users: The functions of this
hob comply with the applicable European standards
on electromagnetic interference. If you are fitted
with a pacemaker or implanted insulin pump and are
concerned please consult your doctor for medical
advice.
• When the hob is in use keep magnetic items away, such
as credit and debit cards, floppy disk, calculators, etc.
• Take care when touching the marked cooking areas of
the hob.
• Use adequately sized pans with flat bottoms that are
large enough to cover the surface of the hotplate
heating area. Using undersized pans will expose a
portion of the hotplate surface to direct contact and
may result in the ignition of clothing
• Only certain types of glass, glass-ceramic, earthenware
or other glazed containers are suitable for use on the
warming zone; others may break because of the sudden
change in temperature.
• Only certain types stainless steel, enamelled steel pans
or cast iron pans with enamelled bases are suitable for
induction hob cooking.
• Take care NOT to scratch the surface when placing
cookware on the glass panel.
• Only certain types of glass, glass-ceramic, earthenware
or other glazed containers are suitable for hotplate
cooking; others may break because of the sudden
change in temperature. NEVER cook directly on the hob
surface (Fig. 1.1).
• DO NOT leave the hob zones switched on unless being
used for cooking.
• DO NOT stand or rest heavy objects on the hob.
Although the ceramic surface is very strong, a sharp
blow or sharp falling object (e.g. a salt cellar) might
cause the surface to crack or break (Fig. 1.2).
• Should a crack appear in the surface, disconnect the
appliance immediately from the supply and arrange for
its repair.
• Always LIFT pans off the hob. Sliding pans may cause
marks and scratches (Fig. 1.3).
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• Take care when placing hot lids onto the hob surface.
Lids that have been covering boiling or steaming foods
can ‘stick’ to the ceramic glass. Should this occur, DO
NOT attempt to lift the lid off the hotplate: this may
damage the hob surface. Instead, carefully slide the lid
to the edge of the hob surface and remove.
• DO NOT place anything between the base of the pan
and the hob surface (e.g. asbestos mats, aluminium foil,
wok stand).
• Take care NOT to place metallic objects such as knives,
forks, spoons and lids on the hob surface since they can
get hot.
• We recommend that you avoid wiping any surface unit
areas until they have cooled and the indicator light
has gone off. Sugar spills are the exception to this (see
‘Cleaning your Cooker’). After cleaning, use a dry cloth
or paper towel to remove any cleaning cream residue.
• The ceramic surface should be washed after use in order
to prevent it from becoming scratched or dirty. Clean
the hob with caution as some cleaners can produce
noxious fumes if applied to a hot surface..
• DO NOT leave the hob unattended. Care should be
taken to not allow your cookware to boil dry. It will
damage your cookware and Induction Glass Hob.
• After use, switch off the hob element by its control. DO
NOT rely on the pan detector.
ArtNo.312-0001 Not cooking surface
Fig. 1.1
Fig. 1.2
Fig. 1.3
Oven Care
• When the oven is not in use and before attempting
to clean the cooker always be certain that the control
knobs are in the OFF position.
• Use oven gloves to protect your hand from potential
burns.
• Cooking high moisture content foods can create a
‘steam burst’ when the oven door is opened (Fig. 1.4).
When opening the oven, stand well back and allow any
steam to disperse.
• The inside door face is constructed with toughened
safety glass. Take care NOT to scratch the surface when
cleaning the glass panel.
• Accidental damage may cause the door glass panel to
fracture.
• Keep oven vent ducts unobstructed.
• DO NOT use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal
scrapers to clean the oven door glass since they can
scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of
the glass.
• Make sure the shelves are pushed firmly to the back
of the oven. DO NOT close the door against the oven
shelves.
• DO NOT use aluminium foil to cover shelves, linings or
the oven roof.
• When the oven is on, DO NOT leave the oven door open
for longer than necessary, otherwise the control knobs
may become very hot.
• DO NOT use the timed oven if the adjoining oven is
already warm.
ArtNo.312-0003 Moving pans
Fig. 1.4
ArtNo.324-0001 Steam burst
Fig. 1.5
ArtNo.090-0007 90 Ceramic:
oven steam out the back
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Cleaning
• DO NOT place warm food in the oven to be timed.
• DO NOT use a timed oven that is already warm.
• Use dry oven gloves when applicable – using damp
gloves might result in steam burns when you touch a
hot surface.
• Isolate the electricity supply before carrying out any
thorough cleaning. Allow the cooker to cool.
• In the interests of hygiene and safety, the cooker should
be kept clean at all times as a build up in fats and other
food stuff could result in a fire.
• Clean only the parts listed in this guide.
• Clean with caution. If a wet sponge or cloth is used to
wipe spills on a hot surface, be careful to avoid steam
burns. Some cleaners can produce noxious fumes if
applied to a hot surface.
• NEVER use paint solvents, washing soda, caustic
cleaners, biological powders, bleach, chlorine based
bleach cleaners, coarse abrasives or salt.
• DO NOT mix different cleaning products – they may
react together with hazardous results.
• All parts of the cooker can be cleaned with hot soapy
water.
• Take care that no water seeps into the appliance.
• Before you remove any of the grill parts for cleaning,
make sure that they are cool or use oven gloves.
• DO NOT use any abrasive substances on the grill and
grill parts.
• DO NOT put the side runners in a dishwasher.
• DO NOT put the burner heads in a dishwasher.
• NEVER use caustic or abrasive cleaners as these will
damage the surface.
• DO NOT use steel wool, oven cleaning pads or any other
materials that will scratch the surface.
• NEVER store flammable materials in the drawer.
This includes paper, plastic and cloth items, such
as cookbooks, plastic ware and towels, as well as
flammable liquids.
• DO NOT store explosives, such as aerosol cans, on or
near the appliance.
• DO NOT use steel wool, oven cleaning pads, or any
other materials that will scratch the surface.
• DO NOT attempt to disassemble or clean around any
burner while another burner is on, otherwise an electric
shock could result.
Hob Care
• NEVER allow anyone to climb or stand on the hob.
• DO NOT use the hob surface as a cutting board.
• DO NOT leave utensils, foodstuffs or combustible items
on the hob when it is not in use (e.g. tea towels, frying
pans containing oil).
• DO NOT place plastic or aluminium foil, or plastic
containers on the hob.
• Always turn the control to the OFF position before
removing a pan.
• Avoid heating an empty pan. Doing so may damage
both the hob and pan.
Grill/Glide-out Grill™ Care
• When using the grill, make sure that the grill pan is
in position and pushed fully in, otherwise the control
knobs may become very hot.
• DO NOT leave the grill on for more than a few moments
without the grill pan underneath it, otherwise the knobs
may become hot.
• NEVER close the grill door when the grill is on.
• Accessible parts may be hot when the grill is in use.
Young children should be kept away.
Warming Zone Care
• NEVER attempt to cook on the warming zone.
• DO NOT use the warming zone as a cutting board.
• DO NOT leave the warming zone switched on unless
being used for warming.
• Avoid warming an empty pan. Doing so may damage
both the warming zone and pan.
Cooling Fan
This appliance may have a cooling fan. When the grill or oven
is in operation the fan will run to cool the fascia and control
knobs.
Cooker Care
As steam can condense to water droplets on the cool outer
trim of the oven, it may be necessary during cooking to wipe
away any moisture with a soft cloth. This will also help to
prevent soiling and discolouration of the oven exterior by
cooking vapours (Fig. 1.5).
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2. Cooker Overview
ArtNo.025-0005 - Overview - 90 induction - 2 button clock & GO grill
Fig. 2.1
A
B
C
E
D
F
Your 110 induction cooker (Fig. 2.1) has the following
features:
Fig. 2.2
A.
5 induction cooking zones
B.
Control panel
C.
Glide-out grill
D.
Multifunction oven
E.
Fan oven
F.
Bread Proving/Storage Drawer
The Hob
Fig. 2.3
Use only pans that are suitable for induction hobs. We
recommend stainless steel, enamelled steel pans or cast iron
pans with enamelled bases. Note that some stainless steel
pans are not suitable for use with an induction hob so please
check carefully before purchasing any cookware.
Pans made of copper, aluminium or ceramic are not suitable
for use on an induction hob. The kind of pan you use and the
quantity of food affects the setting required. Higher settings are
required for larger quantities of food.
Pots and pans should have thick, smooth, flat bottoms
(Fig. 2.2). This allows the maximum heat transfer from the
hob to the pan, making cooking quick and energy efficient.
Never use a round-bottomed wok, even with a stand.
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The very best pans have bases that are very slightly curved
up when cold (Fig. 2.3). If you hold a ruler across the bottom
you will see a small gap in the middle. When they heat up the
metal expands and lies flat on the cooking surface.
Fig. 2.4
Max: 1.85 kW
Boost: 2.5 kW
Max: 1.85 kW
Boost: 3.0 kW
Max: 1.85 kW
Boost: 2.5 kW
Zone 1
Zone 3
Zone 5
Make sure that the base of the pan is clean and dry to prevent
any residue burning onto the hob panel. This also helps
prevent scratches and deposits.
Always use pans that are the same size as (or slightly larger
than) the areas marked on the hob. Using a lid will help the
contents boil more quickly.
The induction hob comprises of five cooking zones
containing induction elements with different ratings and
diameters (Fig. 2.4) each with a pan detector and residual
heat indicator, and a hob control display.
Zone 2
Zone 4
Max: 1.15 kW
Boost: 2.0 kW
Max: 1.15 kW
Boost: 2.0 kW
The hob control display (Fig. 2.5) informs you of the
following induction hob functions:
Pan Detector
H
Residual Heat Indicator
A
Automatic Heat-up
Child Lock
L1/L2 Low Temperature Setting
P
Power Boost Setting
Fig. 2.5
Pan Detector,
If a cooking area is switched on and there is no pan in place
or if the pan is too small for the cooking area, then no heat
will be generated. The symbol [ ] will appear on the hob
control display; this is the “pan-missing symbol”. Place a pan
of the correct size on the cooking area and the [ ] symbol
will disappear and cooking can begin. After 10 minutes
without detecting a pan the cooking zone will switch off
automatically.
Cooking Zone
Table 2.1 shows the minimum pan sizes recommended for
each cooking zone.
Minimum Pan Diameter
(Pan Base) mm
140
Front left
180
Rear left
180
Centre
180
Rear right
ArtNo.051-0002 - Min pan diameter
140
Front right
Note: Using pans with a base diameter smaller than those
recommended will result in a power reduction.
Table 2.1
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Residual Heat Indicator, H
Power Level
Auomatic Heat-up Time at
100% (min:sec)
1
0:48
2
2:24
3
3:50
4
5:12
5
6:48
Automatic Heat-up, A
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2:00
7
2:48
8
3:36
This function is available on all of the cooking zones. It
allows rapid heating up of the element to bring the selected
cooking zone up to temperature. Once the zone is at the
required cooking temperature the power level will reduce
automatically to the preset level.
After use, a cooking zone will remain hot for a while as heat
dissipates. When a cooking zone is switched off the residual
heat indicator symbol [H ], will appear in the display. This
shows that the cooking zone temperature is above 60 °C and
may still cause burns. Once the temperature has dropped to
below 60 °C the [H ] will go out.
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The function is selected by turning the control knob to the
‘A’ position. Turn the control knob momentarily counterclockwise from the zero position until the symbol [A ] is shown
on the hob control display.
Table 2.2
Fig. 2.6
Once the [A ] is displayed, turn the control knob to the level
of your choice (1 to 9). The pan will heat up at 100% power
for a specified time before the power is reduced to the level
selected.
When the Automatic Heat-up function is activated, the hob
control display will flash alternately between the [A ] setting
and the chosen power level.
Once the Automatic Heat-up time has ended the hob display
will stop flashing and will show the chosen power level.
Fig. 2.7
The Automatic Heat-up function can be stopped by either
turning the control knob back to the “0” power setting or
turning the control knob to the “9” power setting.
For your guidance Table 2.2 shows the time available at
100% power depending on the power level selected in the
Automatic Heat-up mode.
Child Lock,
IMPORTANT: The child lock can only be activated when all
the cooking zones are switched off.
To prevent the unwanted use by children, the hob can be
locked.
To lock the hob, simultaneously turn the two left-hand
controls counter-clockwise (Fig. 2.6) and hold until the
symbol appears in the centre of the hob control display (Fig.
2.7).
Note: [A ] will flash when locking the hob – this is normal.
Locking the hob will NOT affect the ovens; they can still be
used.
To unlock the hob, simultaneously turn the two left-hand
symbol
controls counter-clockwise and hold until the
disappears from the centre of the hob control display.
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Low Temperature Setting, L1/L2
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Maximum Operating Time
Power Level
Each cooking area is equipped with 2 low temperature
settings:
L1 will maintain a temperature of about 40 °C – ideal for
gently melting butter or chocolate.
L2 will maintain a temperature of about 90 °C – ideal for
simmering (bring the pan to the boil and then select L2
to keep soups, sauces, stews, etc at an optimal simmer).
The maximum time these settings can be used is 2 hours,
after which the hob will switch off automatically. If required,
you can immediately restart the Low Temperature function by
reactivating L1 or L2. To increase the heat, just turn the control
knob to the required level.
The maximum times for all other power levels are shown in
Table 2.3.
L1 and L2
2 hours
1
6 hours
2
6 hours
3
5 hours
4
ArtNo.051-0002 - Min pan diameter
5 hours
5
4 hours
6
1.5 hours
7
1.5 hours
8
1.5 hours
9
1.5 hours
Power Boost
10 minutes
Table 2.3
Power Boost Setting, P
A & B linked
All of the induction cooking zones have Power Boost
available, activated by turning the control knob clockwise
until [P ] is shown on the hob control display.
A
Power Boost allows additional power to be made available for
each of the cooking zones. This is useful to bring a large pan
of water to the boil quickly.
The Power Boost function operates for a maximum of 10
minutes on each zone, after which the power is automatically
reduced to setting 9.
Fig. 2.8
B
D
When using the Power Boost function, the cooking zones are
linked.
C
E
Induction
Fig. 2.8 shows the hob layout. Zones A and B are linked
together as are zones C, D and E.
C, D & E linked
This means that when using zone A on Power Boost and then
switching zone B to Power Boost , the power to zone A will
reduce slightly. The last zone switched to Power Boost always
takes priority. Zones C, D and E work in the same way.
This is a built-in safety device.
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Deactivate the Power Boost function by turning the control
knob to a lower setting.
Overheat Function
This function identifies when the temperature of the pan rises
rapidly and works to maintain a safe level of pan temperature.
It should not interfere with normal cooking.
Cookware with bases that become distorted (Fig.2-2) when
heated may interfere with the operation of the Overheat
Function. This may result in damage to your cookware or
Induction Glass Hob.
Please read and follow the manufacturers’ instructions
carefully before using cookware on your induction hob.
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The Grill / Glide-out Grill
Fig. 2.9
Open the door and pull the grill pan carriage forward using
the handle (Fig. 2.9).
The grill has two elements that allow either the whole area of
the pan to be heated or just the right-hand half.
Adjust the heat to suit by turning the knob. To heat the whole
grill, turn the knob clockwise (Fig. 2.10).
To heat the right-hand half, turn the knob counter-clockwise.
The neon indicator light by the grill control will come on.
ArtNo.331-0001Grill pan pulled forwards
For best results, slide the carriage back into the grill chamber
and preheat the appropriate part(s) of the grill for two
minutes. The grill trivet can be removed and the food placed
on it while you are waiting for the grill to preheat.
Fig. 2.10
Once the grill has preheated, slide the carriage out again.
With the trivet back in place with the food on it, slide the
carriage back into the grill chamber. Make sure that it is
pushed right in.
The grill pan trivet can be set to four different grilling heights
by a combination of turning it back to front and turning it
upside down (Fig. 2.11).
Fig. 2.11
Do not leave the grill on for more than a few moments,
without the grill pan underneath it.
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2
3
4
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Bread Proving Drawer
Fig. 2.12
The Bread Proving Drawer is found on the right at the base of
the cooker (Fig. 2.12). Within the Bread Proving Drawer there
are slots in the base to allow warmed air to flow through into
the drawer from the element underneath.
The Bread Proving Drawer temperature is ideal for proving
all sorts of yeast dough from sweet to savoury, gluten free
to sourdough, dough made from fresh yeast and dried,
bread mixes and recipes from the Rangemaster Good
Housekeeping Cookery book.
F
Pre heat the drawer so that it is warm and ready for your
dough.
Fig. 2.13
It is operated by a pushbutton (Fig. 2.13). There is no need to
set the temperature, this is already set.
The Bread Proving Drawer has space for:
• Baking trays, no larger than 340mm x 340mm, to prove
bread rolls or buns; these can then be put straight into a
preheated oven after proving.
• To prove 2 trays at once in the drawer use a cooling rack
or trivet over the top of one tray with the other on top,
remember to allow space for the dough to expand during
the proving time.
• 3 litre bowl full of dough
• 3 x 2 pound loaf tins
• 4 x 1 pound loaf tins
The time needed for proving will depend upon the dough
type and the amount. Refer to the recipe for guidance and
check the dough during the proving time.
NOTE: The Bread Proving Drawer will not warm plates
Cleaning
Clean the inside of the drawer with hot soapy water and a
soft cloth, rinse and dry.
The Bread Proving Drawer is ideal for storing baking trays
and other cooking utensils.
If a large baking tray is used, place a cooling rack on to the
base of the drawer, and put the tray on top, this will allow the
warmed air to reach the dough.
It can get warm, so do not store anything in it that may melt
or catch fire.
When preparing larger quantities of yeast dough, containing
500g or over of flour, divide the dough into 2 bowls or
containers, this will make proving in the drawer easier.
Keep an eye on the dough while it is proving; fresh yeast can
work quickly especially if it has had a first fermentation stage
(sometimes called sponging). Sponging can help produce a
slightly lighter loaf.
TOP TIPS
Not sure of the capacity of your loaf tins?
• A one pound loaf tin will hold 800ml of water
• A two pound loaf tin will hold 1.5 litres of water.
• Cover the dough while it is proving with greased cling
film, be careful not to anchor the cling film too tightly
so that it prevents the dough from rising.
The Bread Proving Drawer can be used for storage. If you have
used the Bread Proving Drawer, switch it off and wait until the
drawer cools before storing any items.
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The Ovens
Function
Use
The clock must be set to the time of day before the
programmable oven will work. See the following section
on ‘The Clock’ for instructions on setting the time of day.
Defrost
To thaw small items in the oven without
heat
Fan oven
A full cooking function, even heat
throughout, great for baking
Fanned grilling
Grilling meat and fish with the door
closed
Fan assisted
A full cooking function good for roasting
and baking
Conventional oven
A full cooking function for roasting and
baking in the lower half of the oven
Browning element
To brown and crisp cheese topped
dishes
Base heat
To crisp up the bases of quiche, pizza or
pastry
References to ‘left-hand’ and ‘right-hand’ ovens apply as viewed
from the front of the appliance.
The left-hand oven is either a programmable multifunction
or conventional oven, while the right-hand oven is a fan oven
(programmable on some models).
The Multifunction Oven
Multifunction ovens have an oven fan and oven fan element,
as well as two extra heating elements. One element is in the
top of the oven and the second is under the oven base.
Note: Take care to avoid touching the top element and
element deflector when placing or removing items from the
oven.
Table 2.4
The multifunction oven has 3 main cooking functions: fan,
fan assisted and conventional cooking. These functions
should be used to complete most of your cooking.
The browning element and base heat can be used in the
latter part of the cooking process to fine tune the results to
your particular requirements.
Use fanned grilling for all your grilling needs and defrost to
safely thaw small items of frozen food.
Table 2.4 gives a summary of the multifunction modes.
The multifunction oven has many varied uses. We suggest
you keep a careful eye on your cooking until you are familiar
with each function. Remember, not all functions will be
suitable for all food types.
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Conventional Oven (Top and Base Heat)
This function combines the heat from the top and
base elements. It is particularly suitable for roasting
and baking pastry, cakes and biscuits.
Multifunction Oven Functions
Fan Oven
This function operates the fan and the heating
element around it. An even heat is produced
throughout the oven, allowing you to cook large
amounts quickly.
Food cooked on the top shelf will brown and crisp faster than
on the lower shelf, because the heat is greater at the top of
the oven than at the base, as in ‘Fan Assisted Oven’ function.
Similar items being cooked will need to be swapped around
for even cooking. This means that foods requiring different
temperatures can be cooked together, using the cooler zone
in the lower half of the oven and hotter area to the top.
Fan oven cooking is particularly suitable for baking on several
shelves at one time and is a good ‘all-round’ function. It may
be necessary to reduce the temperature by approximately
10 °C for recipes previously cooked in a conventional oven.
If you wish to preheat the oven, wait until the indicator light
has gone out before inserting the food.
Fanned Grilling
This function operates the fan while the top element
is on. It produces a more even, less fierce heat than a
conventional grill. For best results, place the food to
be grilled, on a trivet over a roasting tin, which should be
smaller than a conventional grill pan. This allows greater air
circulation. Thick pieces of meat or fish are ideal for grilling in
this way, as the circulated air reduces the fierceness of the
heat from the grill.
The exposed top element may cook some foods too quickly,
so we recommend that the food be positioned in the lower
half of the oven to cook. The oven temperature may also need
to be lowered.
Similar items being cooked will need to be swapped around
for even cooking.
Browning Element
This function uses the element in the top of the oven
only. It is a useful function for the browning or
finishing of pasta dishes, vegetables in sauce,
shepherds pie and lasagne, the item to be browned being
already hot before switching to the top element.
Base Heat
This function uses the base element only. It will crisp
up your pizza or quiche base or finish off cooking the
base of a pastry case on a lower shelf. It is also a
gentle heat, good for slow cooking of casseroles in the
middle of the oven or for plate warming.
The oven door should be kept closed while grilling is in
progress, so saving energy.
You will also find that the food needs to be watched and
turned less than for normal grilling. Preheat this function
before cooking.
For best results we recommend that the grill pan is not
located on the top shelf.
Fan Assisted Oven
This function operates the fan, circulating air heated
by the elements at the top and the base of the oven.
The combination of fan and conventional cooking
(top and base heat) makes this function ideal for cooking
large items that need thorough cooking, such as a large meat
roast.
The Browning and Base Heat functions are useful additions
to your oven, giving you flexibility to finish off items to
perfection.
Defrost
This function operates the fan to circulate cold air
only. Make sure the temperature control is at 0°C and
that no heat is applied. This enables small items such
as desserts, cream cakes and pieces of meat, fish and poultry
to be defrosted.
It is also possible to bake on two shelves at one time,
although they will need to be swapped over during the
cooking time, as the heat at the top of the oven is greater
than at the base, when using this function.
Defrosting in this way speeds up the process and protects
the food from flies. Pieces of meat, fish and poultry should
be placed on a shelf, over a tray to catch any drips. Be sure to
wash the shelf and tray after defrosting.
This is a fast intensive form of cooking; keep an eye on the
food cooking until you have become accustomed to this
function.
Defrost with the oven door closed.
Large items, such as whole chickens and joints should not be
defrosted in this way. We recommend this be carried out in a
refrigerator.
Defrosting should not be carried out in a warm oven or when
an adjoining oven is in use or still warm.
Make sure that dairy foods, meat and poultry are completely
defrosted before cooking.
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The Fan Oven
Fig. 2.14
Fan ovens circulate hot air continuously, which means
faster, more even cooking. The recommended cooking
temperatures for a fan oven are generally lower than those
for a non-fan oven.
Note: Please remember that all cookers vary so temperatures
in your new ovens may differ to those in your previous
cooker.
Operating the Ovens
Multifunction Ovens
The multifunction oven has two controls: a function selector
and a temperature setting knob (Fig. 2.14).
Function control
Turn the function selector control to a cooking function. Turn
the oven temperature knob to the temperature required (Fig.
2.15).
Temperature control
ArtNo.270-0005 Proplus
electric oven control
Fig. 2.15
The oven indicator light will glow until the oven has reached
the temperature you selected (Fig. 2.16). It will then cycle on
and off during cooking.
Conventional and Fan Ovens
Turn the oven knob to the desired temperature (Fig. 2.15).
The oven indicator light will glow until the oven has reached
the temperature selected (Fig. 2.16). It will then cycle on and
off during cooking.
ArtNo.270-0006 Proplus
oven control light
Fig. 2.16
Main Oven Light
Press the button to turn the light on (Fig. 2.17). If the oven
light fails, turn off the power supply before changing the
bulb. See the ‘Troubleshooting’ section for details on how to
change the bulb.
Fig. 2.17
ArtNo.320-0017
Main oven light
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Using the Clock
Fig. 2.18
You can use the clock to turn the left-hand oven on and off.
Note: When using the timer functions, first set the clock as
required before setting the oven temperature.
The oven can be switched on when the cook symbol [ ] is
displayed.
Setting the Clock
1. The LCD clock is shown in (Fig. 2.18). Once the cooker is
connected and switched on, the display flashes (00.00 )
and the time starts from (00.00 ).
2. To set the clock press the [+] and [-] buttons
simultaneously, the point between hours and minutes
will start to flash for 5 seconds. Whilst the point is
flashing press either the [+] or [-] button to set the
correct time.
IMPORTANT: The timed oven will not operate unless the
clock has been set.
Program Selection - Setting the Minute Minder
The minute minder [ ] provides the ability to set a
countdown from 00.01h to 23.59h, at the end of which an
alarm will sound.
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
Fig. 2.19
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
Fig. 2.20
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
1.
Press the mode [M] button once (Fig. 2.19). The bell
symbol ( ) will flash on the display. Select the desired
countdown from 00.01h to 23.59h using the [+] button
(Fig. 2.20). The countdown will automatically begin and
the ( ) symbol will show in the display.
2. Once the specified time has elapsed an alarm will
sound.
3. To stop the alarm press any button.
Re-set the Minute Minder
To re-set the minute minder, first select the minute minder
program by pressing the mode [M] button. Then press the
[+] and [-] buttons simultaneously.
TOP TIP
By pressing the mode [M] whilst Minute Minder is counting
down, it is possible to see time remaining or adjust the
countdown time using the [+] or [-] buttons.
Fig. 2.21
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
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•
Fig. 2.22
The ‘cook period’, which is the length of time you
want the oven to cook for (dur).
The ‘stop time’, which is the time of day you want
the oven to stop cooking (End).
To Stop the left-hand Oven at a Specific Time of Day
1. Press the mode [M] button 3 times, until the display
flashes (End) (Fig. 2.21).
2. Select the ‘stop time’ using the [+] or [-] buttons. The
display will show the current time along with the AUTO
and Cooking symbols (Fig. 2.22).
3. When the ‘stop time’ is reached an alarm will sound and
the oven will stop working. The word AUTO will flash on
the display (Fig. 2.23).
4. Press any button to stop the alarm and return to
manual cooking. If the alarm is not stopped, it will stop
automatically after 7 minutes.
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
Fig. 2.23
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
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To Start and Then Stop the Left-hand Oven
Set the left-hand oven to automatically start and stop using a
combination of the ‘cook period’ and ‘stop time’.
Fig. 2.24
You cannot set a start time directly – this is set
automatically by a combination of the ‘cook period’ and
‘stop time’.
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
1.
Press the mode [M] button until the display flashes (dur)
(Fig. 2.24). Then set the ‘cook period’ using the [+] or [-]
buttons.
2. Press the mode [M] button until the display flashes (End)
(Fig. 2.25). Then set the ‘stop time’ using the [+] or [-]
buttons. Current time will be displayed along with the
word ‘AUTO’ (Fig. 2.26).
3. Set the oven to the required cooking temperature.
4. During the ‘cook period’ the cook symbol [ ] is
illuminated in the display.
5. When cooking is finished an alarm will sound. Press any
button to stop the alarm and return to manual cooking.
If the alarm is not stopped, it will stop automatically
after 7 minutes.
AUTO is Showing, But You Want to Revert to Manual
Cooking
You can cancel any automatic settings by pressing the
[+] and [-] buttons simultaneously.
Changing the tone of the alarm
It is possible to change the alarm tone.
1.
2.
Fig. 2.25
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
Fig. 2.26
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
Fig. 2.27
Press the the [+] and [-] buttons simultaneously, then
the mode [M] button. The display will show (ton1,2 or 3)
(Fig. 2.27).
To select the tone press the [-] button until desired tone
is reached (Fig. 2.28).
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
Fig. 2.28
ArtNo.306-0001 - 3-button clock
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Accessories
Fig. 2.29
Oven Shelves
The oven shelves (Fig. 2.29) are retained when pulled
forward but can be easily removed and refitted.
Pull the shelf forward until the back of the shelf is stopped by
the shelf stop bumps in the oven sides (Fig. 2.30).
Lift up the front of the shelf so the back of the shelf will pass
under the shelf stop and then pull the shelf forward
(Fig. 2.31).
Fig. 2.30
To refit the shelf, line up the shelf with a groove in the oven
side and push the shelf back until the ends hit the shelf stop.
Lift up the front so the shelf ends clear the shelf stops, and
then lower the front so that the shelf is level and push it fully
back (Fig. 2.32).
Fig. 2.31
The Handyrack
Fig. 2.32
The Handyrack (Fig. 2.33) fits to the left-hand oven door
only. Food cooking on it is easy to attend to, because it is
accessible when the door is open.
Fig. 2.33
The maximum weight that can be held by the Handyrack
is 5.5 kg (12 lb). It should only be used with the supplied
roasting tin, which is designed to fit the Handyrack. Any other
vessel could be unstable.
It can be fitted at two different heights. One of the oven
shelves must be removed and the other positioned to suit.
ArtNo.320-0014 Handyrack on LH door
Fig. 2.34
Fig. 2.35
When the Handyrack is used in its highest position, other
dishes can be cooked on the bottom shelf position or base of
the oven.
When the Handyrack is used in its lowest position, other
dishes can be cooked on the second shelf position or base of
the oven.
To fit the Handyrack, locate one side of it on the door bracket
(Fig. 2.34).
ArtNo.320-0015
Fitting the Handyack 1
ArtNo.320-0016
Fitting the handyrack 2
Then spring the other side out to clip it onto the other
bracket (Fig. 2.35).
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Bread Proving Drawer/Storage
Fig. 2.36
The bottom drawer is for storing oven trays and other
cooking utensils.
ArtNo.340-0002 110 removing the drawer
It can get very warm, so do not store anything in it that may
melt or catch fire. Never store flammable materials in the
drawer. This includes paper, plastic and cloth items, such as
cookbooks, plastic ware and towels, as well as flammable
liquids. Do not store explosives, such as aerosol cans, on or
near the appliance.
The drawer can be removed completely for cleaning, etc.
Removing the Drawer
Pull the drawer right out (Fig. 2.36).
Push the ends of the plastic clips – down on the left-hand
side, up on the right-hand side – to release the catches
holding the drawer to the side rails (Fig. 2.37). At the same
time pull the drawer forwards and away from the side rails.
Fig. 2.37
To ensure safety, push the drawer rails back out of the way.
To Fit the Storage Drawer
Carefully slide the drawer back into the cavity.
Slide the inner side rails out until fully extended (Fig. 2.38).
Lift the drawer at its sides and locate one of the drawer rails
(approximately 15 mm) onto an inner side rail (Fig. 2.39).
Rotate the drawer to locate the remaining drawer rail onto
the opposite inner side rail.
Carefully slide the drawer back into the cavity. Some
resistance will be felt as the drawer rails locate fully onto the
inner side rails.
Fig. 2.38
Make sure the inner
rail is forwards
Fig. 2.39
15 mm
Approx.
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3. Cooking Tips
WARNING! Refer to Before You Start... chapter.
Hints on Using Your Induction Cooker
General Oven Tips
If you have not used an induction cooker before please be
aware of the following:
The wire shelves should always be pushed firmly to the back
of the oven.
•
Baking trays with food cooking on them should be placed
level with the front edge of the oven’s wire shelves. Other
containers should be placed centrally. Keep all trays and
containers away from the back of the oven, as overbrowning
of the food may occur.
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•
Make sure that the pans you have or buy are suitable
for use on the induction hob. Stainless steel, enamelled
steel or cast iron is ideal. Double check before you
buy pans – they must have bases that would attract a
magnet.
Allow time to get used to induction cooking; it is fast
and powerful as well as being gentle. When simmering,
you may notice that liquids appear to stop bubbling and
then start again almost immediately. This is perfectly
normal.
You may notice a faint vibrating sound coming from
the pans when using the induction hob. Again, this is
perfectly normal and will depend upon the type and
style of pans you are using.
The induction heating elements will phase on and off
when cooking. Although an active cooking zone may
appear to switch on and off, a constant heat is still being
supplied to the base of the pan – this is completely
normal.
For even browning, the maximum recommended size of a
baking tray is 340 mm (13 ½”) by 340 mm (13 ½”).
When the oven is on, do not leave the door open for
longer than necessary, otherwise the knobs may get very
hot.
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Tips on Cooking with the Timer
If you want to cook more than one dish, choose dishes that
require approximately the same cooking time. However,
dishes can be ‘slowed down’ slightly by using small containers
and covering them with aluminium foil, or ‘speeded up’
slightly by cooking smaller quantities or placing them in
larger containers.
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Very perishable foods such as pork or fish should be avoided
if a long delay period is planned, especially in hot weather.
Whole poultry must be thoroughly defrosted before being
placed in the oven. Check that meat and poultry are fully
cooked before serving.
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Always leave a “finger’s width” between dishes on
the same shelf. This allows the heat to circulate freely
around them.
To reduce fat splashing when you add vegetables to hot
fat around a roast, dry them thoroughly or brush lightly
with cooking oil.
Where dishes may boil and spill over during cooking,
place them on a baking tray.
The ‘Cook & Clean’ oven liners (see ‘Cleaning Your
Cooker’) work better when fat splashes are avoided.
Cover meat when cooking.
Sufficient heat rises out of the oven while cooking to
warm plates in the grill compartment.
If you want to brown the base of a pastry dish, preheat
the baking tray for 15 minutes before placing the dish in
the centre of the tray.
4. Cooking Table
DocNo.031-0004 - Cooking table - electric & fan single cavity
The oven control settings and cooking times given in the table below are intended to be used
AS A GUIDE ONLY. Individual tastes may require the temperature to be altered to provide a
preferred result.
Food is cooked at lower temperature in a fan oven than in a conventional oven. When using
recipes, reduce the fan oven temperature by 10 °C and the cooking time by 5-10 minutes. The
temperature in the fan oven does not vary with height in the oven so you can use any shelf.
Top (T)
Centre (C)
Base (B)
Oven Shelf Positions
Conventional Oven
Fan Oven
Temperature °C
Temperature
(Shelf Position)
°C
160 (C)
150
200 (C)
190
160 (C)
150
200 (C)
190
160 (C)
150
200 (C)
190
160 (C)
150
20-25 minutes per 500g +20-25 minutes.
200 (C)
190
15-20 minutes per 500g +15-20 minutes.
160 (C)
150
20 minutes per 500g +20 minutes.
200 (C)
190
15 minutes per 500g +15 minutes.
160 (C)
150
25-30 minutes per 500g.
200 (C)
190
20 minutes per 500g.
140-150 (C)
130-140
220 (C)
210
Large tins 30-35 minutes; individual 10-20 minutes.
140 (C/B)
130
45-50 minutes per 500g of mixture.
Fruit 180 mm tin
150 (C/B)
140
2-2½ hours.
Fruit 230 mm tin
150 (C/B)
140
Up to 3½ hours.
Madeira 180 mm
160 (C/B)
150
80-90 minutes.
Small cakes
170 (C/B)
160
15-25 minutes.
Scones
200 (C/B)
190
10-15 minutes.
180 mm tin
170 (C/B)
160
20-30 minutes.
210 mm tin
170 (C/B)
160
30-40 minutes.
Shortcrust tarts
200 (C/B)
190
20-30 minutes on a preheated tray.
Fruit pies
180 (C/B)
170
35-45 minutes.
Tartlets
180 (C/B)
170
10-20 minutes according to size.
Puff pastry
210 (C/B)
200
20-40 minutes according to size.
Meringues
100 (C/B)
90
2-3 hours.
Food
ArtNo.050-0007
Oven shelf positions
T - Top; C - Centre; B - Base
Approximate Cooking Time
Meat
ArtNo.050-0001 Gas cooking table
Beef (no bone)
Lamb
Pork
Poultry
Chicken
Turkey
Duck
Casserole
Yorkshire Pudding
30-35 minutes per 500g +30-35 minutes. Thoroughly thaw frozen joints before
cooking. Meat may be roasted at
20-25 minutes per 500g +20-25 minutes.
220°C (210°C for fan oven) and the
30-35 minutes per 500g +30-35 minutes. cooking time adjusted accordingly.
25-30 minutes per 500g +25-30 minutes. For stuffed and rolled meats, add
approximately 10 minutes per 500g,
35-40 minutes per 500g +35-40 minutes. or cook at 200°C (190°C) for 20
25-30 minutes per 500g +25-30 minutes. minutes then 160°C (150°C) for the
remainder.
2-4 hours according to recipe.
For stuffed poultry, you could cook
at 200°C (190°C) for 20 minutes
then 160°C (150°C) for remainder.
Do not forget to include the weight
of the stuffing.
For fresh or frozen prepacked
poultry, follow instructions on the
pack. Thoroughly thaw frozen
poultry before cooking.
Cake
Very rich fruit - Christmas,
wedding, etc.
Using the conventional oven: when
two tier cooking leave at least one
runner space between shelves.
Position the baking tray with the
front edge along the front of the
oven shelf.
Victoria sandwich
Desserts
Baked egg custard
160 (C/B)
150
45-60 minutes.
Baked sponge pudding
180 (C/B)
170
40-45 minutes.
140-150 (C/B)
130-140
210 (C)
200
20-30 minutes.
Milk pudding
Bread
Fish
2 to 3 hours.
Fanned Grilling
Fillet
190 (C/B)
190 (C/B)
15-20 minutes.
Whole
190 (C/B)
190 (C/B)
15-20 minutes per 500g.
Steak
190 (C/B)
190 (C/B)
Steaks according to thickness.
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Up to three tiers can be cooked in a
fan oven at the same time but make
sure to leave at least one runner
space between each shelf being
cooked on.
Using the conventional oven: for
even browning the maximum size of
baking tray recommended is 340 mm
x 340 mm. This ensures free heat
circulation.
If cooking a two tier load, the trays
should be interchanged
approximately halfway though the
cooking time.
5. Cleaning Your Cooker
Fig. 5.1
Isolate the electricity supply before carrying out any major
cleaning. Allow the cooker to cool.
All parts of the cooker can be cleaned with hot soapy water.
Take care that no surplus water seeps into the appliance.
Remember to switch the electricity supply back on and reset
the clock before reusing the cooker.
Hob
Daily Care
ArtNo.312-0010 Cleaning; scraping the ceramic hob
First of all make sure that all heat indicator lights are off and
that the cooking surface is cool. Apply a small dab of ceramic
cleaning cream in the centre of each area to be cleaned.
Dampen a clean paper towel and work the cream onto the
cooking surface. As a final step, wipe the cooking surface with
a clean, dry paper towel.
Cleaning Spills
For spills and boil-overs that occur while cooking, turn the
unit off and wipe the area surrounding the hot zone with a
clean paper towel. If a spill (other than a sugary substance) is
on the hot zone, do not clean until the unit has completely
cooled down, and then follow the instructions below
(‘Cleaning Burned-on Spills’).
If you accidentally melt anything on the surface, or if you spill
foods with a high sugar content (preserves, tomato sauce,
fruit juice, etc.), remove the spill IMMEDIATELY with a razor
scraper, while the unit is still hot.
IMPORTANT: Use an oven glove to protect your hand from
potential burns.
Scrape the major spill or melted material from the cooking
zone and push into a cold area. Then, turn the unit OFF and
allow it to cool before cleaning further. After the cooking
surface cools down and the heat indicator lights go off, follow
the ‘Daily Care’ procedure outlined above.
Cleaning Burned-on Spills
Make sure that the heat indicator lights are off and that the
hob is cool. Remove the excess burned-on substance with a
single-edged razor scraper. Hold the scraper at an angle of
about 30° to the surface and then scrape off the burned-on
matter (Fig. 5.1).
Once you have removed as much as possible with the scraper,
follow the ‘Daily Care’ procedure outlined above.
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Grills
Fig. 5.2
The grill pan and trivet should be washed in hot soapy water.
Alternatively, the grill pan can be washed in a dishwasher.
After grilling meats or any foods that soil, leave to soak for a
few minutes immediately after use. Stubborn particles may
be removed from the trivet using a nylon brush.
Removing the Glide-out Grill Pan
The glide-out grill pan can be easily removed for cleaning as
follows:
Remove the grill pan support frame by pulling the grill pan
forward (Fig. 5.2).
ArtNo.331-0003 Grill frame out, no pan
Fig. 5.3
Lift the grill pan clear of the support frame. The support frame
is held to the side rails by two clips on each side (Fig. 5.3).
For each side, support the side rail with one hand and with
the other hand lift the frame up and out of the side clips (Fig.
5.4).
For safety, push the side rails back into the grill chamber.
If you need to remove the side rails to allow cleaning of the
grill chamber, you can unhook them from the grill chamber
sides (Fig. 5.5) and wipe the sides clean with a soft cloth and
mild detergent.
Fig. 5.4
Once you have finished, hook the side rails back onto the
sides of the chamber. To refit the frame, pull the side rails
forward and, for each side in turn, support the side rail and
press the frame down into the side rails.
Replace the grill pan. When refitting the grill pan, make sure
that the wide rim is at the front (Fig. 5.6).
ArtNo.331-0004 Removing the grill frame
Fig. 5.5
ArtNo.331-0005 Removing the grill rail
Fig. 5.6
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Control Panel and Doors
Fig. 5.7
Avoid using any abrasive cleaners, including cream cleaners.
For best results, use a liquid detergent.
The same cleaner can also be used on the doors. Alternatively,
use a soft cloth wrung out in clean hot soapy water. You can
use the same method for cleaning the control panel and
knobs. After cleaning, polish with a dry cloth.
Glass Fronted Door Panels (some models)
ArtNo.320-0002a Proplus oven door side screws
The oven door front panels can be taken off so that the glass
panels can be cleaned. Move the cooker forward to gain
access to the sides (see the ‘Moving the Cooker’ section under
‘Installation’).
Fig. 5.8
Open the oven door slightly and remove the front panel
fixing screws from the door sides, two each side (Fig. 5.7).
Carefully lift off the outer door panel. The inside face of the
glass panels can now be cleaned – take care not to disturb or
wet the door insulation.
Note: If the door is triple glazed then the inner two panels are
fixed together and should not be separated. After cleaning,
carefully refit the outer door panel and replace the side fixing
screws.
Ovens
‘Cook & Clean’ Panels
The ovens have side ‘Cook & Clean’ panels which have been
coated with a special enamel that partly cleans itself. This
does not stop all marks on the lining, but helps to reduce the
amount of manual cleaning needed.
These panels work better above 200 °C. If you do most of your
cooking below this temperature, occasionally remove the
panels and wipe with a lint free cloth and hot soapy water.
The panels should then be dried and replaced and the oven
heated at 200 °C for about one hour. This will make sure that
the panels are working effectively.
Removing the Panels to Clean the Enamel
Interior
Some of the lining panels can be removed for cleaning.
If you wish to clean the enamel interior of the oven, you will
need to remove the shelves before removing the ‘Cook &
Clean’ panels. To remove the side panels, simply lift the panel
and slide forwards. (Fig. 5.8).
Once the panels have been removed, the oven enamel
interior can be cleaned.
Refit in the reverse order.
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Cleaning Table
Cleaners listed (Table 5-1) are available from supermarkets or
electrical retailers as stated.
For enamelled surfaces use a cleaner that is approved for use
on vitreous enamel.
Regular cleaning is recommended. For easier cleaning, wipe
up any spillages immediately.
Hotplate
Part
Finish
Recommended Cleaning Method
Hob top
Enamel or stainless steel
Hot soapy water, soft cloth. Any stubborn stains remove gently with
a nylon scourer.
Ceramic/induction hob
Toughened glass
Hot soapy water; cream cleaner/scourer if necessary.
Griddle plate (some models only)
Non-stick surface
Allow to cool. Wash in hot soapy water. Do not use abrasive
cleaners/scourers. Dishwasher.
Warming zone (some models only)
Toughened glass
Hot soapy water, cream cleaner/scourer if necessary.
Finish
Recommended Cleaning Method
Enamel or paint
Hot soapy water, soft cloth.
Any stubborn stains, remove gently with a liquid detergent.
Stainless steel
E-cloth (electrical retailers) or microfibre all-purpose cloth
(supermarket).
Sides and plinth
Painted surface
Hot soapy water, soft cloth.
Splashback/rear grille
Enamel or stainless steel
Hot soapy water, soft cloth. Cream cleaner, with care, if necessary.
Paint, enamel , stainless steel or
glass
Plastic/chrome, copper or
lacquered brass
Warm soapy water. Do not use proprietary cleaners other than washingup liquid, as this may cause cosmetic damage.
Outside of Cooker
Part
Door, door surround and storage
drawer exterior
Control panel
Control knobs/handles & trims
Oven door glass/glass lid (some
models only)
Warm soapy water, soft cloth.
Brass
Brass polish.
Toughened glass
Hot soapy water, cream cleaner/scourer if necessary.
Finish
Recommended Cleaning Method
Oven and Grill
Part
Sides, floor & roof of oven NOT
‘COOK & CLEAN’ OVEN PANELS (see Enamel
below)
‘Cook & Clean’ oven panels (some
models only)
Special enamel that partly
cleans itself
Any proprietary oven cleaner that is suitable for enamel.
CAUTION: CORROSIVE/CAUSTIC OVEN CLEANERS: FOLLOW
MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
Do not allow contact with the oven elements.
This surface cleans itself at 200 °C and above, or the panels can be
removed and washed with hot soapy water and a nylon brush.
Oven shelves, Handyrack, grill trivet Chrome
An oven interior cleaner that is suitable for chrome. Soap filled pad.
Dishwasher.
Grill pan/meat tin (some models
only)
Hot soapy water. Soap filled pad. Dishwasher.
Enamel
Table 5-1
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6. Troubleshooting
DocNo.050-0001 - Troubleshooting - Induction GENERIC
The cooling fan
The induction hob incorporates a cooling fan. This
cooling fan is active when either the grill or ovens
are on. Under certain conditions, the cooling fan may
remain active when the grill or ovens are switched off.
This is normal and the fan will switch off automatically.
Interference with and repairs to the hob MUST NOT
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be carried out by unqualified persons. Do not try
to repair the hob as this may result in injury and
damage to the hob. Please arrange for repair by a
suitably competent person.
Note: The induction hob is able to self-diagnose a
number of problems and can show this information to
the user via the hob control display. Error codes may be
displayed if your hob has developed a fault.
The fascia gets hot when I use the oven
If the fascia becomes excessively hot when the cooker
is in use then the cooling fan may have failed. Should
this occur please contact your installer, a qualified repair
engineer or Customer Service to arrange for its repair.
If you appliance reports an error or is not working,
you may be able to correct the fault by consulting the
following.
A crack has appeared in the hob surface
Disconnect the cooker immediately from the power
supply and arrange for its repair. Do not use the cooker
until after the repair.
Error code E2 is displayed
The electronic unit is too hot. Please check the
installation of the cooker, making sure that there is
sufficient ventilation. In extreme cases, if a cooking
utensil has been allowed to boil dry this error code
may also be displayed. If in doubt please contact your
installer or a qualified repair engineer.
My hob is scratched
Always use the cleaning methods recommended in this
guide, and make sure that the pan bottoms are smooth
and clean.
No display operation
Over voltage or loss of supply voltage to the cooker. If in
doubt please contact your installer or a qualified repair
engineer.
Marks from mineral deposits from water or food can be
removed with a cleaning cream. However, tiny scratches
are not removable but will become less visible in time as
a result of cleaning.
Error code U400 is displayed
The cooker has been incorrectly connected. The control
will switch off after approximately 1 second and the
error code will be permanently displayed.
The oven fan is noisy
The note of the oven fan may change as the oven heats
up – this is perfectly normal.
Grill not cooking properly
Are you using the pan and trivet supplied with the
cooker? Is the pan being used on the runners, not the
floor of the compartment? Is the grill tray pushed back
fully to the ‘back stop’ position?
Consult your installer or a qualified repair engineer.
Error code Er followed by a number is displayed
The appliance has developed an internal technical fault
that cannot be rectified by the user.
Consult your installer or a qualified repair engineer.
The knobs get hot when I use the oven or grill. Can I avoid
this?
Yes, this is caused by heat rising from the oven or the
grill, and heating them up. Do not leave the oven door
open. Make sure that the grill pan is pushed right back
to the ‘back stop’ when grilling.
The fuse blows or the RCD trips regularly
Please contact your installer or a qualified repair
engineer.
The cooker will not switch on
Has the wiring system in the house blown a fuse or
tripped an RCD?
Always grill with the grill compartment door open.
If there is an installation problem and I don’t get my
original installer to come back to fix it, who pays?
You do. Service organisations will charge for their callouts if they are correcting work carried out by your
original installer. Therefore, it’s in your own interest to
keep track of this installer so that you can contact them
as required.
Has the cooker been correctly connected to the mains
supply?
Has the child lock been activated? Please refer to the
child lock section for details of this function.
The induction hob is noisy
When using the induction hob there may be some
‘noise’ emitted from the pan. This is normal and may be
most noticeable when cooking on high power settings
or if 5 pans are used simultaneously. The type of pan
may also contribute to induction ‘noise’.
Power failure
In the event of a failure in the electrical supply,
remember to reset the clock so that the timed oven
continues to operate.
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Fascia illumination is not coming on (Hi-LITE only)
Is the power on?
The appliance has developed a fault that cannot be
rectified by the user. Please contact your installer or a
qualified repair engineer.
Food is cooking too slowly, too quickly, or burning
Cooking times may differ from your previous
oven. Check that you are using the recommended
temperatures and shelf positions – see the oven
cooking guide. Then adjust the settings according to
your own individual tastes.
The oven is not cooking evenly
Do not use a baking tray with dimensions larger than
those specified in the section on ‘General Oven Tips’.
If you are cooking a large item, be prepared to turn it
round during cooking.
If two shelves are used, check that space has been left
for the heat to circulate. When a baking tray is put into
the oven, make sure that it is placed centrally on the
shelf.
Check that the door seal is not damaged and that the
door catch is adjusted so that the door is held firmly
against the seal.
A dish of water when placed on the shelf should be the
same depth all over. (For example, if it is deeper at the
back, then the back of the cooker should be raised up or
the front lowered.) If the cooker is not level, arrange for
your supplier to level it for you.
The timed oven is not coming on when turned on
manually
Is the power on? Is the clock illuminated? If not, there
may be something wrong with the power supply. Is the
cooker supply on at the isolator switch?
Has the time of day been set?
Is the key symbol [] showing in the display to signify
that the oven is locked? See the ‘Clock’ section of the
instructions for more information on the key lock
feature.
The timed oven is not coming on when automatic cooking
Has the oven knob been left in the OFF position by
mistake? Is the oven locked (see above)?
Oven temperature getting hotter as the cooker gets older
If turning the temperature down using the oven control
knob has not worked, or has only worked for a short
time, then you may need a new thermostat. This should
be fitted by a service person.
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The oven light is not working
The bulb has probably blown. You can buy a
replacement bulb (which is not covered under the
guarantee) from most electrical stores. Ask for an Edison
screw fitting 15 W 230 V lamp, FOR OVENS (Fig. 6.1). It
must be a special bulb, heat resistant to 300 °C.
Fig. 6.1
ArtNo.324-0005 Oven light bulb
Before removing the existing bulb, turn off the power
supply and make sure that the oven is cool. Open the
oven door and remove the oven shelves.
Fig. 6.2
Locate the bulb cover and unscrew it by turning it
counter-clockwise – it may be very stiff (Fig. 6.2).
Taking care to protect your fingers with a glove in case
the bulb should shatter, unscrew the old bulb.
Screw in the new bulb clockwise and then screw the
bulb cover back on. Turn on the electricity supply and
check that the bulb now lights.
Fig. 6.3
The oven door is misaligned
The bottom hinge of either oven door can be adjusted
to alter the angle of the door (Fig. 6.3). Loosen the
bottom hinge fixing screws and use the notch and a flat
bladed screwdriver to move the position of the hinge to
set the hinge position (Fig. 6.4).
ArtNo.320-0006 Oven door hinge adjustment 1
Retighten the hinge screws.
Effect of hinge adjustment – exagerrated for clarity
Centreline of hinge pin
ArtNo.320-0007 Oven door hinge adjustment 2
Oven door omitted for clarity
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Fig. 6.4
WARNING! Refer to Before You Start... chapter.
Check the appliance is electrically safe and gas sound when you have finished.
7. Installation
Dear Installer
Location of Cooker
Before you start your installation, please complete the details
below, so that, if your customer has a problem relating to
your installation, they will be able to contact you easily.
The cooker may be installed in a kitchen/kitchen diner but
NOT in a room containing a bath or shower.
You will need the following equipment to complete the
cooker installation satisfactorily:
Multimeter (for electrical checks).
You will also need the following tools:
1. Steel tape measure
2. Cross-head screwdriver
3. Flat-bladed screwdriver
4. Spirit level
5. Pencil
6. Adjustable spanner
7. 3 mm and 4 mm Allen keys
8. 13 mm spanner or socket wrench
Installer’s Name
Installer’s Company
ArtNo.050-0011 - Installer information table
Installer’s Telephone Number
Checking the parts:
Appliance Serial Number
Grill pan and trivet
4 flat shelves
Roasting tin
Handyrack
Safety Requirements and Regulations
Please read the Before you start... chapter, before
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you begin any installation and maintenance work on
this appliance.
Provision of Ventilation
This appliance is not connected to a combustion products
evacuation device. Particular attention shall be given to the
relevant requirements regarding ventilation.
ArtNo.324-0003 Handyrack
ArtNo.324-0004 Roasting tin
All rooms require a window that can be opened, or
equivalent, while some rooms require a permanent vent in
addition to the window.
Plinth
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WARNING! Refer to Before You Start... chapter.
Check the appliance is electrically safe and gas sound when you have finished.
Positioning the Cooker
Fig. 7.1
Fig. 7.1 and Fig. 7.2 shows the minimum recommended
distance from the cooker to nearby surfaces.
75 mm
min
650 mm
min
The cooker should not be placed on a base.
75 mm
min
The hotplate surround should be level with, or above,
any adjacent work surface. A gap of 75 mm should be left
between each side of the cooker ABOVE the hotplate level
and any adjacent vertical surface.
905 mm
min
930 mm
max
For non-combustible surfaces (such as unpainted metal or
ceramic tiles), this can be reduced to 25 mm.
A minimum space of 650 mm is required between the top of
the hob and a horizontal combustible surface.
ArtNo.110-0004 - 110DF - Cooker min spacings
*Any cookerhood should be installed in accordance with the
hood manufacturer’s instructions.
1110 mm min*
**Any splashback must be fitted in accordance with the
manufacturers instructions. Allowance should be made for the
additional height of the flue trim, which is fitted to the cooker
hob.
Fig. 7.2
410 mm min
**
Surfaces of furniture and walls at the sides and rear of the
appliance should be heat, splash and steam resistant. Certain
types of vinyl or laminate kitchen furniture are particularly
prone to heat damage and discolouration. We cannot accept
responsibility for damage caused by normal use of the
cooker to any material that de-laminates or discolours at
temperatures less than 65 °C above room temperature.
ArtNo.110-0018 - 110 induction 6BC min positions above cooker
Fig. 7.3
We recommend a gap of 1110 mm between units to allow
for moving the cooker. Do not box the cooker in – it must
be possible to move the cooker in and out for cleaning and
servicing.
ArtNo.110-0009 - 110 induction door clearances
To allow the oven doors to open, a clearance of 130 mm is
required if the cooker is near a corner of the kitchen (Fig. 7.3).
The actual opening of the doors is slightly less, but this allows
for some protection of your hand as you open the door.
130 mm min
Moving the Cooker
Fig. 7.4
We recommend that two people manoeuvre the cooker.
Make sure that the floor covering is firmly fixed, or removed,
to prevent it being disturbed when moving the cooker
around.
To help you, there are two levelling rollers at the back, and
two screw-down levelling feet at the front.
Remove the polystyrene base pack. From the front, tilt
the cooker backwards and remove the front half of the
polystyrene base (Fig. 7.4).
Repeat from the back and remove the rear half of the
polystyrene base.
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WARNING! Refer to Before You Start... chapter.
Check the appliance is electrically safe and gas sound when you have finished.
Lowering the Two Rear Rollers
Fig. 7.5
To adjust the height of the rear of the cooker, first fit a 13 mm
spanner or socket wrench onto the hexagonal adjusting
nut (Fig. 7.5). Rotate the nut – clockwise to raise – counterclockwise to lower.
Make 10 complete (360°) turns clockwise.
Make sure you lower BOTH REAR ROLLERS.
Completing the Move
Unfold the rear edge of the cardboard base tray. Open the
oven doors so that you can get a good grip on the bottom of
the fascia panel as you move the oven (Fig. 7.6).
Fig. 7.6
Carefully push the cooker backwards off the base tray.
Remove the base tray.
Position the cooker close to its final position, leaving just
enough space to get behind it Fig. 7.7).
ArtNo.010-0004 Moving the cooker
Repositioning the Cooker Following
Connection
If you need to move the cooker once it has been connected
then you need to unplug it and, having gripped under the
fascia panel and lifted the front of the cooker slightly
(Fig. 7.6); you need to check behind the cooker to make sure
that the gas hose is not caught.
Fig. 7.7
As you progress, make sure that both the electricity cable and
gas hose always have sufficient slack to allow the cooker to
move.
With a stability chain fitted, release it as you ease the cooker out.
Do not forget to refit it when you replace the cooker.
When you replace the cooker, again check behind to make
sure that the electricity cable and gas hose are not caught or
trapped.
Levelling
You are recommended to use a spirit level on a shelf in one of
the ovens to check for level.
Place the cooker in its intended position taking care not to
twist it within the gap between the kitchen units as damage
may occur to the cooker or the units.
The front feet and rear rollers can be adjusted to level the
cooker.
To adjust the height of the rear of the cooker use a 13 mm
spanner or socket wrench to turn the adjusting nuts at the
front bottom corners of the cooker.
To set the front, turn the feet bases to raise or lower.
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WARNING! Refer to Before You Start... chapter.
Check the appliance is electrically safe and gas sound when you have finished.
Electrical Connection
Current Operated Earth Leakage Breakers
The cooker must be installed by a qualified electrician, in
accordance with all relevant British Standards/Codes of
Practice (in particular BS 7671), or with the relevant national
and local regulations.
The combined use of your induction cooker and other
domestic appliances may cause nuisance tripping, so we
recommend that the cooker is protected on an individual
RCD (Residual Current Device) or RCBO (Residual Current
Breaker with Overload).
Note: The cooker must be connected to the correct electrical
supply as stated on the voltage label on the cooker, through
a suitable cooker control unit incorporating a double-pole
switch, having a contact separation of at least 3 mm in all
poles.
IF IN DOUBT, PLEASE CONSULT A SUITABLY QUALIFIED
ELECTRICIAN.
Fig. 7.8
Access to the mains terminal is gained by removing the
electrical terminal cover box on the back panel. Connect the
mains cable to the correct terminals for your electrical supply
type (Fig. 7.8 and Fig. 7.9). Check that the links are correctly
fitted and that the terminal screws are tight. Secure the mains
cable using the cable clamp.
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Final Checks
10 mm² max
Hob Check
Check each cooking zone in turn. Be sure to use pans of the
correct size and material.
ArtNo.130-0010 Electrical connections single-phase6 mm² max
230 V ac 50 Hz
Grill Check
Turn on the grill control and check that the grill heats up.
Fig. 7.9
Oven Check
L1
Set the clock as described earlier, and then turn on the ovens.
Check the oven fans start to turn and that the ovens heat up.
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L3
L2
Final Fitting
Fitting the Plinth
6 mm² max
6 mm² max
Loosen the 3 screws along the front bottom edge of the
cooker. Twist and fit each end keyhole over their respective
screws. Tighten the fixing screws (Fig. 7.10).
3N ac
230/400 V 50 Hz
Customer Care
10 mm² max
Installer: Please complete your details in this guide, inform
the user how to operate the cooker and hand over the
instructions.
Fig. 7.10
ArtNo.350-0012 - Securing the plinth
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8. Circuit Diagram
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C
bk
bk
r
B1
br
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b
B2
I
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B3
b
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P7
P6
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B7
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bk
b
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B4
B5
B6
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P8 bk
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B2
P3
P2
P1
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P1
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M2
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br
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br
A2
bk
bk
w
w
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r
1
b
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br
r
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D1
2
r
W3
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J
M3
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H2 bk
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P2
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K
br
P4
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2
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P5
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br
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A1
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br
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D3
A4
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D4
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Key
The connections
shown in the circuit diagram are for single-phase. The
ratings
are for 230 V 50 Hz.
Code
Description
Code Description
A1
Grill front switch
A2
Grill energy regulator
Code Description
A1 A3Grill front
switch
Grill element left-hand side
Grill element
right-hand side
A2 A4Grill energy
regulator
A3
Right-hand fan oven control
b
D3
Right-hand fan oven element
br
Code Description
Right-handD4fan oven
element
Right-hand
fan oven fan
bk
D4
Ignition
Right-handF1fan oven
fanswitches
or br
Orange
Brown
r
G1
Ceramic hob energy regulator
v
Black
B2
Left-hand multi-function oven control
B5
Left-hand multi-function oven browning element (inner pair)
H1
Oven light switch
g/y
B6
Left-hand multi-function oven fan element
H2
Oven light
gr
Ignition switches
Ignition Spark
Generator
G2
Rear Ceramic hob element
G3 energy
Frontregulator
Ceramic hob element
Ceramic hob
Left-hand multifunction oven control
G2
Rear ceramic hob element
B3 B7Left-hand
multifunction
Left-hand
multi-functionoven
ovenbase
fan element
CLeft-hand
Clock multifunction oven top element
B4
(outer
pair)
D1
Right-hand
fan oven thermostat
Left-hand multifunction oven browning
B5
element (inner pair)
G3
Front ceramic
element
I hob
Thermal
cut-out
H1
J
Neon
Oven light switch
H2
Oven light
K
Cooling fan
M1
Proving draw switch
M3
Proving draw element
I
Thermal cut-out
M2
Proving draw energy regulator
B6
Left-hand multifunction oven fan element
J
Neon
B7
Left-hand multifunction oven fan
K
Cooling fan
C
Clock
M1
Proving drawer switch
D1
Right-hand fan oven thermostat
M2
Proving drawer energy regulator
D2
Right-hand fan oven control
M3
Proving drawer element
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Brown
Blue
Black
Ignition spark generator
Left-hand multi-function oven thermostat
F1
b
F2
B1
Grill element left-hand side
Colour
Blue
Code Colour
D3
F2
A4 B3Grill element
Left-hand right-hand
multi-functionside
oven base element
G1
Left-hand
multi-functionoven
oventhermostat
top element (outer pair)
B1 B4Left-hand
multifunction
B2
Code
D2
bk
w or
r
y
v
Red
Violet
Orange
White
Yellow
Red
Green/yellow
Violet
Grey
w
White
y
Yellow
g/y
Green/Yellow
gr
Grey
9. Technical Data
INSTALLER: Please leave these instructions with the user.
DATA BADGE LOCATION: Cooker back, serial number repeater badge below the oven door opening.
COUNTRY OF DESTINATION: GB, IE, FR, NL, DE, SE, BE, AT, CH, LU.
Connections
Electric
230 / 400 V ~ 50 Hz 3N
Dimensions
Model
NEXUS 110 Induction
Overall height
maximum 930 mm
minimum 905 mm
Overall width
1100 mm
Overall depth
608 mm excluding handles, 648 mm including handles
Minimum height above the hotplate
Hotplate Ratings
650 mm
Max: 1.85 kW
Boost: 2.5 kW
Max: 1.85 kW
Boost: 3.0 kW
Max: 1.85 kW
Boost: 2.5 kW
Zone 1
Zone 3
Zone 5
Zone 2
Zone 4
Max: 1.15 kW
Boost: 2.0 kW
Max: 1.15 kW
Boost: 2.0 kW
Hotplate energy saving tips
Oven energy saving tips
Use cookware with a flat base.
Cook meals together, if possible.
Use the correct size cookware.
Keep the pre-heating time short.
Use cookware with a lid.
Do not lengthen cooking time.
Minimise the amount of liquid or fat.
Do not open the oven door during the cooking period.
When liquid starts boiling, reduce the setting.
Do not forget to turn the appliance off at the end of cooking.
Consumption is based on G30.
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Hotplate Efficiency
Brand
Rangemaster
Model Identification
Nexus
Size
110
Type
Induction
Type of Hob
Induction
Number of electric zones
5
Zone 1 - Ø cm
18.5
Heating Technology
Energy Consumption (ECElectric cooking) - Wh/kg
172
Zone 2 - Ø cm
15.5
Heating Technology
Energy Consumption (ECElectric cooking) - Wh/kg
180
Zone 3 - Ø cm
18.5
Heating Technology
Energy Consumption (ECElectric cooking) - Wh/kg
172
Zone 4 - Ø cm
15.5
Heating Technology
Energy Consumption (ECElectric cooking) - Wh/kg
180
Zone 5 - Ø cm
18.5
Heating Technology
Energy Consumption (ECElectric cooking) - Wh/kg
Zone 6 - Ø cm
172
-
Heating Technology
Energy Consumption (ECElectric cooking) - Wh/kg
-
Energy Consumption (ECElectric hob) - Wh/kg (*)
175
*Information marked thus (*) is not required with mixed fuel hobs
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Oven Data
Brand
Rangemaster
Model identification
Nexus
Type of oven
Electric
Mass
kg
130
Number of cavities
2
Left-hand Efficiency
Fuel type
Electric
Cavity type
Multifunction
Power - conventional
2.2
Power - forced air convection
2.5
Volume
Litres
73
Energy consumption (electricity) - conventional
kWh / cycle
1.08
Energy consumption (electricity) - forced air convection
kWh / cycle
0.91
Energy efficiency index - conventional
126.1
Energy efficiency index - forced air convection
106.2
Energy class
A
Right-hand Efficiency
Fuel type
Electric
Cavity type
Fanned
Power - conventional
-
Power - forced air convection
2.5
Volume
Litres
73
Energy consumption (electricity) - conventional
kWh / cycle
-
Energy consumption (electricity) - forced air convection
kWh / cycle
0.88
Energy efficiency index - conventional
-
Energy efficiency index - forced air convection
0.88
Energy class
A
Additional Information
The oven complies with EN 60350-1
Maximum output @ 230V 50Hz
Conventional
2.2 kW
Multifunction
2.5 kW
-
Multifunction (with Rapid Response)
Forced Air Convection
2.5 kW
Grill
2.3 kW
Slow Oven
-
Bread Proving Drawer
0.2 kW
Maximum total electrical load at 230 V (approximate total including oven lights, oven fan, etc.)
15.5 kW
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Notes
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Notes
37
Notes
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hobs must be reported within 14 days. Scratches caused by usage are
not covered. Accidental damage is not covered by the manufacturer’s
warranty.
Name of Appliance & Colour*
For warranty compliance, the requirements for the appliance are:
• Has been correctly installed in accordance with current legislation,
relevant British and European Standards and Codes of Practice, by
a suitably competent person registered with Gas Safe or equivalent
body and where applicable a qualified electrician.
Appliance Serial Number*
Natural Gas
LP Gas
Dual Fuel
Electric
Fuel Type*
Retailer’s Name & Address
• Has been used solely for domestic cooking purposes.
• If in use in the UK*, has not been taken abroad as a personal
export. In the Republic of Ireland, conditions may vary, so consult
your retailer.
• Is not second-hand or a refurbished appliance. The manufacturer’s
warranty is not transferable.
• Has not been subject to misuse, accidental damage or modification,
and has not deteriorated due to normal domestic wear and tear,
and the manufacturer’s recommendations concerning cleaning
materials have been followed.
Date of Purchase
• Has not been repaired by persons or organisations other than
those authorised to act on behalf of AGA Rangemaster.
Exceptions:
Installer’s Name & Address
• Items not included under the free 1 year warranty include pan
supports, griddles, wok rings, baking trays, grill pans, trivets, filters,
light bulbs and other consumable accessories.
• Any damage caused other than through normal use.
• Breakdowns associated with cooking spillage.
• Cosmetic deterioration deemed to be normal wear and tear.
Installer’s Telephone Number
Date of Installation
* This information is on the appliance data badge - look in the appliance
instructions to find out where the data badge is located.
CONSUMER SERVICE
If you have any product enquiries, or in the event of a problem
with your appliance once it has been installed, please telephone:
0800 804 6261 or depending on your mobile network tariff you can
call free on 0370 789 5107.
CONSUMER SERVICE LINES OPEN:
Monday to Thursday
8am–6pm
Friday 8am–5pm
Saturday 9am–1pm
WARRANTY
Your manufacturer warranty covers goods of our own brand for
defective workmanship and materials for a period of 1 year from the
date of purchase. This warranty covers mechanical breakdown and
proven cosmetic and manufacturing defects.
You will receive an additional FREE full 12 months guarantee by
registering your purchase using the FREEPOST form provided.
Alternatively, call free on 0800 587 5747, quoting reference
RMGX57A, or register online at www.rangemaster.co.uk.
Any damage, blemishes or chips identified upon receipt of the
product must be reported within 90 days. Proof of purchase may
be required to establish validity. Scratches on the surface of ceramic
• Please note that we reserve the right to charge additional
payments for engineer’s expenses, at our discretion, up to the
value of £300 per home visit.
• The terms of this warranty are in addition to your legal rights and
do not affect your legal rights in relation to defective products.
Please contact Citizen’s Advice for more information relating to
your legal rights.
* Only certain models can be adapted for use with Mains Gas
supplied in the Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
OUT OF WARRANTY
Service work should only be carried out by technically competent
and suitably qualified personnel.
For your own safety, always make sure that work is carried out by
a Gas Safe registered engineer for gas appliances or an approved
electrician for electrical models.
For a competitive quote and to arrange for a Rangemaster approved
engineer to attend, call Consumer Services on: 0800 804 6261 or
depending on your mobile network tariff you can call free on 0370
789 5107.
SPARE PARTS
To maintain optimum and safe performance, we recommend that
only genuine Rangemaster spare parts are used. These are available
from most major spares stockists, including ourselves.
STANDARDS
Rangemaster cookers are designed and manufactured to a recognised
international quality standard, which meets the requirements of
BS EN ISO 9001, BS EN ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 for continually
improving environmental procedures.
Rangemaster cookers comply with the essential requirements of the
appropriate European Directives, and carry the CE mark.
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Fax: +44 (0)1926 450526
E-mail: consumers@rangemaster.co.uk
Consumer Services Tel: +44 (0) 800 804 6261
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Rangemaster continuously seeks improvements in specification, design and production of products and thus, alterations take place periodically. Whilst every effort is made to produce up-to-date literature, this booklet should not be regarded as an infallible guide to current
specification, nor does it constitute an offer for the sale of any particular appliance.
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