AGA INTEGRATED ELECTRIC MODULE GAS HOB USER GUIDE Owner's manual

AGA INTEGRATED ELECTRIC MODULE GAS HOB USER GUIDE Owner's manual
LPRT 517756
INTEGRATED ELECTRIC MODULE (FFD)
A RATED
(GAS HOB)
User Guide &
Installation Instructions
CAUTION: THIS UNIT IS HEAVY, PROPER EQUIPMENT AND ADEQUATE MANPOWER MUST BE USED IN MOVING THE
RANGE TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE UNIT OR THE FLOOR.
REMEMBER, when replacing a part on this appliance, use only spare parts that you can be assured conform to the safety and
performance specification that we require.
DO NOT use reconditioned or copy parts that have not been clearly authorised by AGA.
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
AND KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
For usei in AUSTRALIA
02/19 EINS 517757
Contents
1.
Health and safety
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2.
Introduction
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3.
Equipment supplied with
your AGA Module
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Overview
5
4.
Control panel
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Gas hotplate
7
Ovens
9
The Broiler (Top Oven)
10
Simmering Oven
11
5.
Cooking guide
12
6.
Cleaning & caring
14
7.
Maintenance
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8.
Installation Instructions
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9.
Installation introduction
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10. Location
20
Levelling
20
Specifications
21
11. Installation Sequence
& Procedure
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12. Gas connection
Integrated Module
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Connecting to gas
26
13. Final Fitting
27
14. Electrical connection
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15. Pressure testing
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16. Circuit Diagram
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17. Technical data
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18. Servicing notes
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1.
Health and safety
Consumer Protection
As a responsible manufacturer, we take care to make sure
that our products are designed and constructed to meet the
required safety standards when properly installed and used.
CHILDREN SHOULD BE KEPT AWAY FROM THE
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APPLIANCE AS SOME SURFACES CAN BECOME HOT
TO THE TOUCH.
The 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 shall be kept away unless
continuously supervised. Cleaning and user maintenance
shall not be made by children without supervision.
DO NOT spray aerosols in the vicinity of the cooker
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while it is on.
DO NOT modify this appliance.
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DO NOT use this appliance as a space heater.
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DO NOT use or store flammable materials in or near
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this appliance.
IMPORTANT: Oil is a fire risk, DO NOT leave pans
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containing oil unattended.
• In the event of a fire cover with a lid and switch OFF the
electricity.
• Smother the flames on the hob rather than attempting
to remove the pan to the outside.
• Burns and injuries are caused almost invariably by
picking up the burning pan to carry outside.
The appliance may contain some of the materials that are
indicated below. It is the Users/Installers responsibility to
ensure that the necessary personal protective clothing
is worn when handling where applicable, the pertinent
parts that contain any of the listed materials that could be
interpreted as being injurious to health and safety, see below
for information.
Glues and Sealants
Exercise caution - if these are still in liquid form use face mask
and disposable gloves.
Glass Yarn, Mineral Wool, Insulation Pads, Ceramic Fibre
May be harmful if inhaled. May be irritating to skin, eyes,
nose and throat. When handling avoid contact with skin or
eyes. Use disposable gloves, face-masks and eye protection.
After handling wash hands and other exposed parts. When
disposing of the product, reduce dust with water spray,
ensure that parts are securely wrapped.
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Deep Fat Frying
If You Smell Gas
• Use a deep pan, large enough to completely cover the
appropriate heating area.
• DO NOT turn electric switches on or off
• DO NOT smoke
NEVER fill the pan more than one-third full of fat or
oil.
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• DO NOT use naked flames
• Turn off the gas at the meter or cylinder
NEVER leave oil or fat unattended during the
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heating or cooking period.
• Open doors and windows to get rid of the gas
NEVER use a lid on the pan.
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In the event of a fire, cover the pan with a lid and
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turn OFF the appliance.
• Keep people away from the area affected
• Call your gas supplier
Smother the flames on the hob preferably with a fire
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blanket, rather than attempting to remove the pan
to the outside.
Burns and injuries are caused almost invariably by
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picking up the burning pan to carry it outside.
CAUTION: The cooking process has to be supervised.
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A short term cooking process has to be supervised
continously.
WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or
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oil can be dangerous and may result in fire. NEVER
try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch off the
appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid or fire
blanket.
WARNING: Danger of fire: DO NOT store items on the
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cooking surfaces.
During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should
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be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside
the oven.
WARNING: Accessible parts may become hot during
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use. Young children should be kept away.
DO NOT install the appliance behind a decorative
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door in order to avoid overheating.
It is essential that the base or hearth on which both
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appliance(s) and module stands should be level and
capable of supporting the total weight of both units.
Refer to the technical data for the weight of each
appliance(s).
It is the customers responsibility to contact
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a qualified electrical installer to make sure
the electrical installation is adequate and in
conformance with SAA ELECTRICAL WIRING RULES
AS 3000.
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2.
Introduction
As responsible manufacturers we take care to make sure
that our products are designed and constructed to meet the
required safety standards when properly installed and used.
The appliance is fitted with a cooling fan, which functions
during the use of the grill or top oven (occassionally with the
lower oven). The fan will continue to run after the grill/oven
has been turned off, until the unit has sufficiently cooled.
This AGA Module (with gas hob) has been designed to
compliment your appliance. Retaining the external AGA
image of durable enamel cast iron. The appliance ‘looks at
home’ adjacent to its well known ‘parent’. At the same time
giving a flexible alternative during for instance the warm
summer months when you may wish to turn off your main
appliance.
Your appliance has a gas hob, electric grill and two electric
ovens. The upper oven is an electric simmering oven with an
electric grill also incorporated in the roof of the oven.
The lower oven has an electric fan. The fan behind the rear
panel ensures an even distribution of heat within the cavity
during cooking, ie the temperature at the lowest shelf
position is the same as the temperature at the highest shelf
position.
Refer to the diagram in the Overview chapter to familiarise
yourself with the product and refer to the relevant sections
for upper oven, lower oven, grill, gas hob etc.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: PLEASE READ THE
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ACCOMPANYING WARRANTY.
Any alteration that is not approved by AGA could invalidate
the approval of the appliance, operation of the warranty and
could affect your statutory rights.
In the interests of safety and effective use, please read the
following before using your new AGA appliance.
The use of a gas cooking appliance results in the production
of heat and moisture in the room in which it is installed.
Ensure that the kitchen is well ventilated: keep natural
ventilation holes open or install a mechanical ventilation
device (mechanical extractor hood).
Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may call for
additional ventilation, for example, opening of a window, or
more effective ventilation, for example increasing the level of
mechanical ventilation where present.
Installation must be to local and national wiring regulations
and carried out by a qualified engineer.
A little smoke and some odour may be emitted when first
switched on. This is normal and harmless (from oven lagging
and starch binder on the element insulation) and will cease
after a short period of use.
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3.
Equipment supplied with your AGA Module
1 x Grill Pan with Grill Rack
1 x Roasting Tin
This is designed specifically to fit in the grill and top oven
only and will slide onto the shelf runners. It can be used for
grilling at the top of the grill. The grill rack has two positions
to allow for different thickness of food to be grilled. Not for
use in the lower oven.
This is designed to be used on the oven grid shelves. The
roasting tin can be used for roasting meat or poultry. Large
quantities of roast potatoes can be cooked in this tin.
1 x Baking Tray
3 x Oven Grid Shelves
This is designed to be used on the oven grid shelves in either
oven. Ideal for cooking traybakes, shortbread or flapjacks.
These are for inserting in each oven to provide a surface
for dishes and tins which do not fit directly onto the oven
runners. They can be used in any oven, as required. See
“Ovens” on page 9 on how to locate the oven shelves.
The roasting tin can also be employed for making large
traybakes or cakes. Can be used in any oven but not
recommended for hotplate use.
The following loose parts are also packed with the appliance:
• 2 twin pan supports
1 x Baking Sheet
• 4 hotplate burner heads
This is designed specifically for use in the lower oven, placed
directly on the grid shelf. It is the recommended size to use
when cooking scones, biscuits, meringues or pastry items.
• 4 hotplate burner caps
• 1 burner ring (wok burner)
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4.
Overview
Fig. 4.1
RAPID BURNER
SEMI RAPID BURNER
SEMI RAPID BURNER
WOK BURNER
CONTROL PANEL
GRILL PAN WITH GRILL RACK
GRID SHELF
GRILL & SIMMERING OVEN
GRID SHELF
ROASTING TIN
(BAKING TRAY NOT SHOWN)
FOR USE IN BOTH
OVENS
FAN OVEN
DESN 511635 C
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Control panel
Fig. 4.1
GAS HOB BURNERS
REAR LEFT
FRONT
LEFT
REAR RIGHT
FRONT
RIGHT
GRILL
SIMMERING OVEN
LOWER
OVEN
TOP
OVEN
NEON
LOWER
OVEN
NEON
DESN 515698 B
The GAS HOTPLATE CONTROL KNOBS have a ‘push to turn’
action and can only be rotated anti-clockwise from the OFF
position:
• Large Flame Symbol - High Setting
• Small Flame Symbol - Low Setting
The GRILL ELEMENT KNOB can be rotated in any direction:
• Clockwise both elements on.
• Anti-clockwise front elements only.
• The OVEN KNOBS can only be rotated clockwise from
the OFF position.
• The OVEN NEONS illuminate when ovens are switched
on. When the temperature required is reached the neon
will extinguish.
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Gas hotplate
The hotplate has four gas burners: Refer to Technical Data.
The semi-rapid burners are especially suited for use with
small pans and for gentle simmering or poaching.
All burners have a set simmer position and are easily
adjustable.
TO USE THE HOTPLATE
To light a hotplate burner push in and turn the control knobs
anti-clockwise to the large flame symbol, and hold in for 3
seconds until the burner lights.
Then turn the knob to the required setting.
If the burner flame should accidentally go out, turn off the
burner control and do not attempt to re-light the burner for
at least one minute.
The control may be set towards a lower position, simply by
turning the control knob towards the small flame symbol.
IMPORTANT: The cast iron pan supports on the appliance are
much heavier than those on most gas hotplate appliances,
therefore care must be taken when removing or re-fitting
them to the hob.
It is important that they are lifted from the appliance and not
dragged across nearby enamelled parts which would result in
damaging the enamel.
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SOME SAFETY POINTS
Fig. 4.2
Make sure that the flames are under the pans. Using a lid will
help the contents boil more quickly (Fig. 4.2).
Fig. 4.3
Large pans should be spaced well apart.
ArtNo.311-0002 Pan with rim
Pans and kettles with concave bases or down-turned base
rims should not be used (Fig. 4.3).
ArtNo.311-0001 Right pans gas
Simmering aids, such as asbestos or mesh mats, are
NOT recommended (Fig. 4.4). They will reduce burner
performance and could damage the pan supports.
Fig. 4.4
Fig. 4.5
You should also avoid using unstable and misshapen pans
that may tilt easily, and pans with a very small base diameter,
e.g. milk pans, single egg poachers (Fig. 4.5).
The minimum recommended pan diameter is 120 mm. The
maximum allowable pan base diameter is 280 mm.
Art No. 311-0003 Simmer aids
DO NOT use cooking vessels on the hotplate that overlap the
edges.
ArtNo.311-0004 Tipping wok
Fig. 4.6
NEVER use pans which overhang the front facia.
Place all pans centrally over the burners.
Always position pan handles away from the front of the
appliance - away from the reach of small children.
NEVER leave a chip pan unattended.
Wok Burner
ArtNo.311-0046 - Elan Wok burner
The wok burner is designed to provide even heat over a large
area. It is ideal for large pans and stir-frying (Fig. 4.6).
For heating smaller pans, the aforementioned hotplate
burners may be more efficient.
You should wipe the enamel top surface of the appliance
around the hotplate burners as soon as possible after spills
occur. Try to wipe them off while the enamel is still warm.
NOTE: The use of aluminium pans may cause metallic
marking of the pan supports. This does not affect the
durability of the enamel and may be cleaned off with a
suitable metal cleaner.
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Ovens
General
Condensation
The shelves are designed to be non-tilt.
Condensation may form on the cooker. This is quite normal
and nothing to worry about. The condensation forms when
heat and moisture are present, for example during cooking.
To remove a shelf lift clear of the side notches and slide
forward.
Whenever possible try to make sure that food which contains
a lot of moisture for example casseroles are covered. If you
do notice any condensation, wipe it up straight away.
To replace a shelf insert into the oven with the short prongs
at the rear, facing upwards. Slide into position above the side
notches then allow to drop down on the runner.
DO NOT place the grid shelf or food on the base of the
ovens. Food will burn on the base of the top oven and air
circulation will be affected in the lower oven.
Pre-heat the ovens at the appropriate settings until the neon
light goes out.
When cooking in both ovens at the same time you may need
to reduce the temperature and cooking times (especially for
baked foods).
For effective heat distribution. leave a gap of no less than
12mm between the dishes and the sides of the oven, to allow
hot air to circulate.
The grill pan supplied is not designed to fit in the lower oven.
If you also have an AGA DO NOT use the small roasting tin
provided with the AGA in the Module. Please use utensils
provided and place on the grid shelves.
Fitting and removal of shelves These shelves are designed to slide out Note: Shelf slides out to stop position.
Fig. 4.1
Fig. 4.2
SHELF STOP
AND ANTI TILT
BRACKET
STOP ON SHELF
MUST PROJECT
UPWARDS
DESN 511867
DESN 511866
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The Broiler (Top Oven)
The top oven door must be kept open when the grill
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is on.
Caution: Accessible parts may become hot when the
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grill is in use. Young children should be kept away.
As with most cookers, depending on how long the grill is on,
local surfaces, including the handrail may be hot to touch.
The grill has graduated heat settings on each of 2 elements
(see Control Panel).
For best results pre-heat at a high setting.
The large grill pan and grid supplied will fit on any of the
three shelf positions.
Most foods should be cooked on the grill grid in the grill pan.
You can turn the grid over to suit the different thicknesses
of food. You can place some dishes straight onto the oven
shelf this is useful when browning the top of food such as
cauliflower cheese.
The cooker is supplied with one grid/grill shelf for the top
oven.
A cooling fan will run while the grill is in use and for a short
period after.
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Simmering Oven
This is used for long, slow cooking over 6-8 hours, keeping
food warm and warming plates for short periods.
Using the Simmering Oven Setting
Points to bear in mind when preparing food.
• For best results use the AGA Stainless Steel cookware.
Extra care must be taken when warming bone china - use
the lowest setting.
• DO NOT place dishes directly onto the oven base.
Always place onto shelf supplied.
The slow cooking setting is the area marked between 110ºC 120ºC on the oven control knob.
• Joints of meat and poultry should firstly be cooked at
160° fan oven for 30 minutes, before transferring to the
simmering oven.
Storage and Reheating of Food
• If food is to be frozen or not served immediately, cool
it in a clean container as quickly as possible and then
refrigerate or freeze.
• The meat/poultry should be entirely wrapped in 2 layers
of foil to ensure a tight seal is achieved, this will retain
the natural juices and flavours that are lost when food is
cooked at a higher temperature. The foil join MUST be
positioned at the top of the joint to prevent leakage.
• Thaw frozen food completely in the refrigerator before
re-heating.
• Always stand covered joints on a rack over a meat tin, to
allow good air circulation.
• Re-heat food thoroughly and quickly either on the
hotplate or in a hot oven (160°C fan oven),
and then
serve immediately.
• Meat over 2.7kg (6lbs) and poultry over 2kg (4lbs 8ozs)
are unsuitable for the slow cooking method.
Only re-heat food once.
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• This method is unsuitable for stuffed meat and poultry.
• Make sure that pork and poultry reach an internal
temperature of at least 75°C.
• Always bring soups, casseroles and liquids to the boil
before putting in the oven.
• When cooking casseroles or braising meat cover the
food first with foil and then the lid to create a good seal
and prevent loss of moisture.
• Joints of meat should be cooked for a minimum of 6
hours. Casseroles and stews will cook within 2 - 4 hours
depending on the quantity of ingredients. Food will
hold for a further 1 -2 hours but the appearance might
deteriorate.
• Egg and fish dishes need only 1-5 hours cooking and
should be included in day cooking sessions, where they
can be observed from time to time.
• Push dishes well back in the oven to ensure that they
are positioned over the element.
• Always thaw frozen food completely before cooking.
• Root vegetables will cook better if cut into small pieces.
• Adjust seasoning and thickenings at the end of the
cooking time.
• Dried red kidney beans must be boiled for a minimum
of ten minutes, after soaking, and before inclusion in
any dish.
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5.
Cooking guide
Cooking hints
Lower oven (Fanned)
• Both ovens must be pre heated until the neon goes out.
• The lower oven has a fan, which means the air is
circulated to create an even temperature throughout
the oven.
• The guidelines are for cooking after the oven(s) have
reached the desired temperature.
• Put dishes in the centre of the shelf.
• In most cases this means that food requires a
lower temperature when cooked in this oven, by
approximately 10 - 20ºC. Also some baked goods
may require a slightly reduced cooking time by a few
minutes.
• When using both ovens together reduce cooking times
and settings.
• The cooking charts are a general guide but times and
temperatures may vary according to individual recipes.
• It is important to check that food is piping hot before
serving.
• The meat sections should be used as a general guide
but may vary according to the size, shape of joint on or
off the bone.
• Larger items may benefit from being turned.
• Shelf positions are counted from the top.
• You can change the settings and cooking times to suit
your tastes.
• Thaw frozen joints thoroughly before cooking them.
• The times are for open roasting. If covered with foil
allow extra time.
• For perfect results turn foods towards end of cooking
time e.g. cakes, pastries, biscuits.
• The turkey/chicken is cooked when the juices run clear
when pierced with a skewer. If the juices are still pink
continue to cook checking every 15 minutes until juices
run clear.
Deep fat frying
• DO NOT try to fry too much food at a time, especially
frozen food.
• This only lowers the temperature of the oil or fat too
much, resulting in greasy food.
• 1kg = 2.2lb
• Always dry food thoroughly before frying, and lower it
slowly into the hot oil or fat, Frozen foods in particular,
will cause frothing or spitting, if added too quickly.
• NEVER heat fat, or fry with a lid on the pan.
• Keep the outside of the pan, clean and free from streaks
of oil or fat.
• The following charts give a guide to cooking a number
of everyday items.
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Lower oven (Fanned) - Cooking table
Food
Setting ºC
Shelf position
170
2 or 3
Approximate cooking time
Roasting Meat
Beef
Rare
35 mins per kg plus 15 mins
170
2 or 3
Medium
45 mins per kg plus 20 mins
170
2 or 3
Well Done
55 mins per kg plus 30 mins
Lamb
170 - 180
2 or 3
Well Done
55 mins per kg plus 20 mins
Pork
170 - 180
2 or 3
Well Done
1 hr 5 mins per kg plus 25 mins
Chicken
180 - 190
2 or 3
Turkey
170
3
Large
190 - 200
Any
25 - 40 mins
Individual
190 - 200
Any
15 - 25 mins
Poultry
45 mins per kg plus 15 mins
Up to 4kg
Over 4 kg
40 mins per kg plus 10 mins
30 mins per kg plus 20 mins
Yorkshire Pudding
Cakes & Biscuits
Shortbread
140
2 or 3
45 - 50 mins
Very Rich Fruit Cake
120 - 130
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3 - 4 hrs
Fruit Cake
140 - 150
3
1 - 2 hrs
Small Cakes
180
Any
15 - 25 mins
Scones
200
Any
8 - 12 mins
Victoria Sandwich
170
Any
20 - 35 mins
Swiss Roll
200
2
10 mins
170 - 180
Any
10 - 15 mins
170
3
25 - 30 mins
Plate Tart
190
2 or 3
25 - 35 mins
Fruit Pie
190
2 or 3
25 - 45 mins
Biscuits
Tray Bakes
Pastries
Mince Pies
190
1&3
20 - 25 mins
Vol-au-Vents (frozen flaky)
210
1&3
15 - 20 mins
Eclairs / Profiteroles
200
2
20 - 25 mins depending on size
Milk Puddings
140
Any
2 hrs approx.
Baked Sponges
160 - 170
2 or 3
45 - 60 mins
Baked Custards
140
2 or 3
45 - 55 mins
Meringues
90
2 or 3
1.5 - 3 hrs depending on size
Apple Crumble
170
3
30 - 40 mins
Puddings
Yeast Mixtures
Bread
200
2 or 3
25 - 35 mins
Rolls and Buns
200
2 or 3
10 - 20 mins
NOTE: Cooking times, temperatures and positions are approximate and may vary according to size of dishes and quantities of
food.
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6.
Cleaning & caring
REMEMBER: Be careful of the hot appliance.
Always SWITCH OFF at mains before cleaning.
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DO NOT use a steam cleaner to clean this appliance.
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When cleaning use as little water as possible.
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DO NOT use abrasive pads, oven cleaner or cleaners
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containing citric acid on enamelled surfaces.
Do not use hob brite on the enamelled surfaces.
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Enamelled top and front plate
The easiest way to clean the AGA top plate and
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front plate is to mop up spills as they happen. VEA
approved AGA Enamel Cleaner can be purchased
from www.agacookshop.co.uk.
Baked on food is more difficult to clean but can
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usually be removed with proprietary vitreous
enamel cleaners or mild cream cleaners using a
cloth, or if necessary, a nylon scouring pad and can
be purchased from www.agacookshop.co.uk.
If milk or fruit juice, or anything containing acid is
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spilt on the enamel, wipe off immediately.
Clean off any condensation streaks on the front plate
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around the oven doors or vitreous enamel maybe
permanently discoloured.
All that is usually needed to keep the vitreous
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enamelled surfaces of your appliance bright and
clean is a daily rub over with a damp, soapy cloth
followed immediately with a clean, dry cloth to
avoid streaks.
Remember the top plate will scratch if pans or
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utensils are dragged across them.
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Gas hotplate
Fig. 6.1
If spillage does occur on a burner cap or pan
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support, move pan to another burner and when
cool, clean in hot soapy water.
After cleaning, be sure all parts are dry. When fitting
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the burner cap and burner head, make sure that the
hole in the burner head is correctly located over the
ignition electrode (see Fig. 6.1), and that the burner
cap is sitting correctly on the burner head.
BURNER CAP
RETAINING LUGS
The ignition electrode must not be displaced or
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damaged otherwise spark ignition will be affected.
The hotplate top is sealed. To clean, remove pan
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supports and wipe over visible surface.
NOTE: The following parts MUST NOT be cleaned in a
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dishwasher, as this could cause damage or discolour
the finish:- pan supports, burner caps burner ring
and burner head.
DESN 513513
Aluminium pans may cause metallic marking on the
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pan supports. This will not affect the durability of
the enamel.
NOTE: The appliance guarantee does NOT cover the
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mis-use of the pan supports.
The ovens
All the surfaces of both ovens are vitreous
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enamelled and can be cleaned with proprietary
vitreous enamel cleaners approved by the Vitreous
Enamel Association.
The shelves can be removed and if necessary the
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shelf supports may also be removed by gently
pulling them out of the fixing clips mounted in the
oven side panels.
These items may be washed in the sink with normal
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oven cleaners, you may use a fine wool soap pad for
removing stubborn stains from the oven bases and
shelf supports.
NOTE: Take care NOT to damage the thermostat
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phials in the ovens when cleaning.
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Door liners
May be cleaned with a suitable stainless steel
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cleaner or a non scratch pad used with a warm soapy
water solution.
Lift off the oven doors to allow them to cool a little
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before cleaning. DO NOT, however, immerse the
doors in water as they are packed with insulating
material which will be damaged by excessive
moisture.
Controls
The enamelled surface under the knobs can be
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treated as in the Section ‘Door Liners’. Avoid the use
of excessive water.
DO NOT use oven cleaners, scouring pads and
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abrasive powder for cleaning the plastic knobs. A
wipe with a damp cloth should be sufficient.
TIP: Clean your appliance regularly. Preferably every
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time you use it.
IMPORTANT: AGA recommend Vitreous Enamel
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Association approved cleaners for cleaning the
vitreous enamelled surfaces of this product.
Accessories
Oven furniture such as Roasting Tins, Solid Plain
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Shelves, Grid Shelves, and Grill Racks should be
cleaned in hot soapy water, soak if necessary, a
nylon scouring pad can be used.
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7.
Maintenance
• Your Aga Module with a gas top should be safety
checked every year and serviced regularly by a Gas Safe
Registered engineer.
• In the event of requiring maintenance, please call AGA
Service or your authorised distributor.
• Your appliance MUST only be maintained and installed
by a qualified engineer, AGA engineer or an authorised
distributor.
• DO NOT alter or modify the appliance.
Spare Parts
To maintain optimum and safe performance, we recommend
that only genuine AGA spare parts are used. These are
available from most major spares stockists, including
ourselves.
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8.
Installation Instructions
WARNING!
Please read the Warning, Cautionary notes at the start of this section.
If the information contained within these instructions is not followed,
property damage or personal injury may occur.
DO NOT store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
DO NOT try to light any appliance.
DO NOT touch any electrical switch.
DO NOT use any phone in your building.
Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone.
Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service
agency or the gas supplier.
WARNING! This appliance must be installed with an appropriate device that will
allow permanent disconnection of the Active (Live) and Neutral conductors.
During Installation or disconnection prior to any electrical work, the appliance
must be permanently disconnected from the Supply Active (Live)
and Neutral Conductors.
CAUTION: THIS UNIT IS HEAVY, PROPER EQUIPMENT AND ADEQUATE MANPOWER MUST BE USED IN MOVING THE
RANGE TO AVOID DAMAGE TO THE UNIT OR THE FLOOR.
REMEMBER, when replacing a part on this appliance, use only spare parts that you can be assured conform to the safety and
performance specification that we require.
DO NOT use reconditioned or copy parts that have not been clearly authorised by AGA.
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
AND KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
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9.
Installation introduction
Consumer protection
Checks for the installer
As a responsible manufacturer, we take care to make sure
that our products are designed and constructed to meet the
required safety standards when properly installed and used.
Check with a qualified electrician if you are not sure the
appliance is properly earthed.
CAUTION: THIS INSTALLATION MUST MEET THE
REQUIREMENTS OF AS/NZS 5601, AND MUST CONFORM
WITH LOCAL GAS AUTHORITIES AND SAA ELECTRICAL
WIRING RULES AS 3000 AND ONLY USED IN A WELL
VENTILATED SPACE, READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE
INSTALLING OR USING THIS APPLIANCE.
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION, ENSURE THAT THE LOCAL
DISTRIBUTION CONDITIONS (NATURE OF GAS AND GAS
PRESSURE) AND THE ADJUSTMENTS OF THE APPLIANCE
ARE COMPATIBLE.
Failure to follow these instructions could result in death or
serious injury.
Check the operation of the appliance to ensure the hotplate
burners ignition operates correctly on individual burners and
in combination with other burners. Check flame picture and
flame stability.
Check oven elements heat up and that ovens reach
temperature.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
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• The appliance is designed for the voltage stated on the
data plate.
THE GAS ADJUSTMENT CONDITIONS FOR THIS APPLIANCE
ARE STATED ON THE DATA PLATE WHICH IS SITUATED IN
THE CENTRE VENT SLOT NEAR THE BASE OF THE FRONT
PLATE.
• The appliance is supplied with and installed adjacent to
the left-hand side of TC/DC AGA appliance(s).
• Installation of the Total Control or Dual Control Module
must, therefore, be in conjunction with the build
instructions of the ‘parent’ AGA.
Refer to the “Checks for the installer” on page 19 to test
the operation of appliance.
This appliance is not connected to a combustion products
evacuation device. It shall be installed and connected in
accordance with current installation regulations. Particular
attention shall be given to the relevant requirements
regarding ventilation.
• Reference must be made to the above Installation
instructions for the ‘parent’ AGA especially regarding
pre-site inspection, not only for both appliacne(s) but to
consider any pipework that may pass at the rear of the
Module. i.e. flue duct from a Fan Flue AGA.
It should be in accordance also with any relevant
requirements of the Gas Region and Local Authority.
• The appliance has been designed to accommodate
pipework passing at the rear.
On completion test the gas installation for soundness and
purge. Leak testing of the appliance shall be conducted
according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
• THE MAIN AGA APPLIANCE IS DELIVERED EXWORKS, FULLY ASSEMBLED.
NOTE: Use soapy water solution on new gas connections to
ensure there are no gas leaks.
• FINAL INSTALLATION IS UNDERTAKEN ON SITE, BY
AN AUTHORISED AGA ENGINEER.
WARNING - ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD
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It is the customers responsibility to contact
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a qualified electrical installer to make sure
• The AGA TC/DC Module is supplied from the
manufacturers in a fully assembled condition.
the electrical installation is adequate and in
conformance with SAA ELECTRICAL WIRING RULES
AS 3000.
Take special care when cutting holes in walls or floor.
Electrical wires may be behind the wall or floor covering and
could cause an electrical shock if you touch them.
Locate any electrical circuits that could be affected by the
installation of this product and disconnect power circuit.
Electrical earth is required on this appliance.
DO NOT use an extension lead with this appliance.
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10. Location
Levelling
It is recommended that any soft material flooring is removed
from where the AGA Module will be installed.
The AGA Module is designed to stand on a flat surface,
however any unevenness may be overcome by packing under
the corners of the plinth with a suitable non-combustible
material, 3mm.
Any adjacent walls that project above the height of the hob
must be of heat resistant material.
The side wall above the hob shall be greater than 60 mm from
the appliance.
Surfaces over the top of the appliance MUST NOT be closer
than 650 mm.
The vent slots in the back of the top plate (or shroud) must
not be obstructed.
If possible, any hot water pipes should be directed away from
the appliance. In the event it is not possible the extension
channel section at the rear of each side plate may be
removed. If required to clear hot water or flue pipes with the
following provisos:If hot water pipes pass at the rear, they should be lagged
and a 50 mm air gap provided to the left-hand side of the
appliance.
NOTE: It is advisable that the supply cable is routed away
from any hot surfaces i.e. hot water/flue pipes.
In the interest of safety, due consideration must be given to
the protection of the electric cable to the appliance.
If a supply cord is damaged it must be replaced by the
manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified
persons in order to avoid a hazard.
The AGA Module requires a 30 amp power supply and must
be connected to the mains with a cable which complies with
SAA Wiring Rules as 3000.
The appliance is designed for the voltage stated on the rating
plate, which is situated in the centre vent slot near the base of
the front plate.
Recommended, but not mandatory, to fit an individual
Residual Current Device (RCD) for the appliance’s supply
circuit to avoid nuisance tripping.
A minimum clearance of 1000 mm must be available at the
front of the appliance to enable it to be serviced.
DO NOT install the appliance behind a decorative
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door in order to avoid overheating.
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Specifications
AGA Total Control (TC3) / Dual Control (DC3) with TC/DC Gas Hob Module (TC3M/DC3M)
Fig. 10.1
E
A
POSITION OF LIDS
WHEN RAISED
**N
G
B
c
**O
K
D
M
H
J
OVEN DOOR IN
OPEN POSITION
PLAN VIEW
mm
K
A
B
C
D
E
G
H
J
K
L
M
**N
**O
1589
951
913
680
60
1388
760
1145
116
10
698
1533
800
** POSITION FOR GAS SUPPLY PIPE TO MODULE
DESN 516395 A
NOTE: When surveying for the installation the actual clearance required for the ‘body’ of the appliance should be increased
overall by 10 mm beyond the figures quote above. This allows safe margin to take into account the natural dimensional
variations found in major castings in particular the width across an appliance recess could be critical.
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AGA Total Control (TC5) / Dual Control (DC5) with TC/DC Gas Hob Module (TC5M/DC5M)
Fig. 10.2
F
POSITION OF
LIDS WHEN
RAISED
A
**N
B
FRONT VIEW
C
**O
E
K
LEFT-HAND
SIDE VIEW
D
L
HOTCUPBOARD
ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
H
G
OVEN DOOR IN
OPEN POSITION
PLAN VIEW
mm
MINIMUM WALL
POSITION
J
RIGHT-HAND
SIDE VIEW
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
**N
**O
2089
951
913
680
1388
760
1145
698
116
10
634
2033
800
** POSITION FOR GAS SUPPLY PIPE TO AGA MODULE
DESN 516862 A
NOTE: When surveying for the installation the actual clearance required for the ‘body’ of the appliance should be increased
overall by 10mm beyond the figures quote above. This allows safe margin to take into account the natural dimensional
variations found in major castings in particular the width across an appliance recess could be critical.
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11. Installation Sequence & Procedure
Having ensured all space requirements and regulations have
been satisfied for the combined arrangement (AGA Total
/ Dual Control & Module), the build and installation is to
proceed as follows:It is essential that the base or hearth on which both
appliance(s) and module stands should be level and capable
of supporting the total weight of both units. Refer to the
technical data for the weight of each appliance(s).
1.
Unpack and remove the Module from the pallet.
2.
Check that the rear extension piece is secured to the left
hand side panel.
3.
Release 2 screws from front tongue bracket and allow
the bracket to drop downwards. Now slide the Module
off its plinth and set to one side Fig. 11.1.
4.
The Module plinth can now be levelled and fitted up
to the main appliance. Position the Module plinth
alongside the AGA TC3/DC3 leaving no gap between
the two plinths. (See Fig. 11.2).
5.
When fitting the Module onto a AGA TC5/DC5 there
should be a gap of 4.5 mm (See Fig. 11.3).
6.
PLEASE NOTE: When fitting a Module plinth to an AGA
TC5 or AGA DC5 the 2 adjustment screws should be
screwed in from the outside (until they are fully in). The
screw heads will set a gap of 4.5 mm between plinths.
7.
Check with a spirit level that the plinth is correct and
using a straight edge check that both plinths are aligned
along the front face (using either front or rear plinth
adjustment screw to alter alignment, if necessary).
8.
Also check height differential between the Module
plinth and AGA Total/Dual Control plinth is correct:
11 mm. If necessary, use the adjusting studs in each
corner to level the plinth. In extreme instances, shims
may be used underneath the plinths (See Fig. 11.2 or
Fig. 11.4).
9.
Attach Module plinth to the AGA Total/Dual Control
plinth using 2x M6 screws and washers provided (See
Fig. 11.5 or Fig. 11.6). Slide front jointing bracket into
place over two adjacent magnets, locking the two
appliances together.
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Fig. 11.1
FOR AGA TC3/DC3 + MODULE ONLY
Fig. 11.2
-0 height
11mm +1
differential
Plinth base
DESN 517427
DESN 516276
Fig. 11.3
FOR AGA TC5/DC5 + MODULE ONLY
Fig. 11.4
-0 height
11mm +1
differential
Hotcupboard
Plinth base
4.5 mm gap
Plinth base
4.5 mm SCREW
HEAD DEPTH
DESN 516859
DESN 516860
FOR AGA TC5/DC5 +
MODULE ONLY
Fig. 11.5
DESN 516852
FOR AGA TC3/DC3 +
MODULE ONLY
Fig. 11.6
DESN 516858
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12. Gas connection Integrated Module
1.
Fig. 12.1
REMOVE 2 FIXING SCREWS
2.
DESN 517426
Fig. 12.2
A.
Remove pan supports and all controls knobs.
B.
Remove four chrome buttons and the four top plate
retaining screws (2 each side).
C.
Remove two screws from control panel (one from
left hand hole and one from centre hole). (See Fig.
12.1).
D.
Pull top plate forward slightly and lift up at front.
Support top plate and disconnect wiring to the two
neons. Remove top plate.
E.
Lay the top plate on its top face, suitably protected.
Remove hotplate as follows:A.
Remove burner heads and burner caps.
B.
Remove all of the screws retaining hotplate burner
trims (4 from Wok burner, 2 each from the other
three burners). (See Fig. 12.2).
C.
Carefully remove burner trims and gaskets, taking
care not to damage gaskets or burner electrodes.
D.
Disconnect earth wire from left hand control panel
mounting bracket.
E.
Remove hotplate casting.
3.
Check power to the appliance is off and isolated.
4.
Connect the mains wire to the terminal block at the rear
of the appliance (See Electrical Connections).
5.
Slide Module and plinth until rear tongue bracket
engages fully into rear of base slot. (See Fig. 12.3).
Ensure the appliance is aligned squarely with the plinth
then proceed to engage the front tongue bracket
into the slot on the underside of the base plate. Once
satisfied that the front tongue bracket is engaged fully
lock into place by tightening the two M6 screws fully.
6.
Check to ensure that the Module front plate and AGA
Total/Dual Control front plate are the same height,
and that the overlap strips correspond correctly. If not,
adjustment should be made to the relevant appliance,
at this stage.
(WOK BURNER ONLY)
DESN 511646
Fig. 12.3
Prior to electrical connections, remove top plate
assembly from Module as follows:-
DESN 516280
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Connecting to gas
Approx position
of supply pipe
CAUTION: ENSURE THAT THE APPLIANCE IS ISOLATED
FROM ELECTRIC SUPPLY
1.
Mark off approximate position on wall for gas supply to
the appliance (Fig. 12.4). Dimensions N and O (See Fig.
10.1).
2.
Isolate the gas supply and connect pipework as required
up to the position marked.
3.
Check for gas tightness after connecting the gas supply.
4.
Make the final gas connection to the appliance into the
1/2” BSP female threaded fitting located just below the
hotplate level attached to the gas regulator (See Fig.
12.5).
5.
Check for gas tightness after connecting the gas supply.
6.
To confirm the pressure setting, follow the “Pressure
testing” page 30 procedure.
Fig. 12.4
Front View
800 mm
(31 ½”)
The appliance must be installed by connection to rigid
pipework, which should not be less than 15 mm diameter.
Conection is made to the 1/2” BSP female threaded fitting
located just below the hotplate level on the rear left-hand
side of the appliance attached to the gas regulator.
Centre Line
AGA Hearth Level
60 mm
(2 3/8”)
25 mm
(1”)
580 mm
(22 1/4”)
Rear Wall
Rear Panel
Plan View
Supply Pipe
DESN 511647
Fig. 12.5
GAS REGULATOR
SPARK
GENERATOR
TERMINAL
BLOCK
DESN 511792
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13. Final Fitting
Fig. 13.1
BURNER
CAP
BURNER CAP
RETAINING
LUGS
BURNER
HEAD
ELECTRODE
1.
Apply tape (provided) to the underside of the lap strip
on the Module top plate.
2.
Replace module hotplate. Reassemble in reverse
order and reconnect the mains wire (See Electrical
Connections). Ensure burner heads and burner caps
are correctly located (See Fig. 13.1 and Fig. 13.2), and
electrodes are not damaged.
Replace Module top plate as follows:3.
Support top plate at front and reconnect the Earth and
wiring to the two neons.
4.
Carefully lower the top plate into position taking care
not to damage wiring or neons.
5.
Ensure holes for control spindles are aligned correctly,
and replace 2 screws into control panel.
6.
Loosely screw the top plate down with 4 retaining
screws.
7.
Verify that the two top plates are level and proceed with
tightening down.
8.
Fit the Module handrail bracket over the fixing
stud located on the top plate. Lock into position by
tightening the grub screw nearest the appliance. (See
Fig. 13.3).
9.
Next, fit all thread stud into the insert located in the
one end of the Module handrail, then feed the handrail
through the bracket and screw the handrails together.
(See Fig. 13.4).
DESN 511618
Fig. 13.2
BURNER
CAP
BURNER
RING
BURNER
HEAD
10. Once the handrail assembly is located squarely, lock the
handrail in position by winding in the grub screws on
the underside of each handrail bracket.
ELECTRODE
DESN 511619
Fig. 13.3
(WOK BURNER ONLY)
11. Once the handrails are locked in position, fit the
handrail endcaps. The endcaps should be carefully
pushed into place until they sit flush with the outside
face of each bracket (a light smear of lubricant such as,
washing up liquid on the end cap ‘O’ rings may ease
fitment.
DESN 516855
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12. Finally, fit the plinth facia to the magnets on the front
of the plinth, making sure that the right hand side of
the Module plinth facia sits against the left hand side of
the AGA Total Control or AGA Dual Control plinth facia
leaving no gap between. Also,make sure that the plinth
facias are centrally located and do not overhang either
appliance (See Fig. 13.4).
Fig. 13.4
13. Commission the AGA Total Control or AGA Dual Control,
as stated in the relevant Installation Instructions and
carry out functional test on each of the features of the
Module.
DESN 516856
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14. Electrical connection
Electrical earthing is required on this range.
Fig. 14.1
Disconnect the power to the junction box before making the
electrical connection.
This range must be connected to a earthed, metallic,
permanent supply or a earthing connector should be
connected to the earth terminal or wire lead on the range.
LIVE
DO NOT earth to gas pipe. Failure to follow these instructions
could result in death or serious injury.
A three-wire single phase 240-volt, 50-Hz, AC-only electrical
supply is required on a separate, 30-amperes circuit, fitted
with a double pole isolator.
1.
Remove cover (4 screws) to gain access to the mains
terminal.
2.
Remember that an excess of cable length is required for
the possible withdrawal of the appliance.
NEUTRAL
ALWAYS DOUBLE CHECK CONNECTIONS AND ENSURE
TERMINALS ARE FULLY TIGHTENED AND THE CABLE IS
SECURED TO THE CABLE CLAMP.
EARTH
DESN 511852
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15. Pressure testing
NOTE: The governor is set for N.G. or for propane put out of
action.
Use the front left-hand hotplate burner injector as the
pressure test point.
• For Natural Gas manifold pressure is 1kPa (4” w.g.)
• For L.P.G. (Propane X Only) manifold pressure 2.54kPa
(10” w.g.).
Access to the gas governor is as follows:-
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A.
Remove pan supports and all control knobs.
B.
Remove four chrome buttons and the four plate
retaining screws (2 each side).
C.
Remove left hand and centre shroud from the
control panel to gain access to the fixing screws.
Remove two screws from control panel (one from
left hand hole and one from centre hole). (Fig.
10.1).
D.
Pull top plate forwards slightly and lift up at front.
Support top plate and disconnect wiring to the two
neons. Remove top plate.
E.
Lay the top plate on its top face, suitably protected.
16. Circuit Diagram
BR
BR
A
A
A
B
A
C
BR
BL
D
BR
BL
GR
4a
4
4b
4
E
GR
5
BL
BK
F
P6
6
1
2
P2
4a
4
P1
BL
R
V
BL
BL
S2
S1
G
P5
V
BL
2
R
Y
10/12
7/12
R
K
6/12
BL
BL
5
P5
BL
BL
V
BL
8/12
3/12
H
9/12
12/12
Y
2/12
BL
P6
6
1
2
I
R
GR
PK
BL
L
BK
4/12
BR
6/12
GR
BK
J
11/12
M
BL
1/12
10/12
5/12
BR
BK
GR
BL
R
BL
4/12
P
Y
O
PK
N
BL
BL
BL
L1
L2
L3
MTB
E
L(A)
MTB
N
N
N
N
DESN 517531
A.
Gas Tap Ignition Switch
B.
Spark Generator
C.
2 Way Terminal Block
D.
Grill Regulator
E.
Top Oven Thermostat
F.
Top Oven Neon
G.
Bottom Oven Neon
H.
Bottom Oven Thermostat
I.
Top Oven Overheat Thermostat
J.
Bottom Oven Heat Thermostat
K.
Top Oven Element Thermal
Switch
L.
Dual Grill Element
M.
Bottom Oven Element
N.
Bottom Oven Circulation Fan
O.
Grill Cooling Fan
P.
Grill Cooling Fan ‘Run On’ Thermal
Switch
MTB Master Terminal Block
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Code Colour
BR
Brown
BL
Blue
GR
Grey
BK
Black
Y
Yellow
V
Violet
PK
Pink
R
Red
17. Technical data
HOTPLATE - Natural Gas
Right-hand Front
Left-hand Rear
Right-hand Rear
Left-hand Front
WOK
RAPID
SEMI - RAPID
SEMI - RAPID
3.5 KW
3.1 KW
1.80 KW
1.80 KW
12.5 MJ/hr
11.2 MJ/hr
6.5 MJ/hr
6.5 MJ/hr
170
155
118
120
BURNER TYPE
MAXIMUM HEAT INPUT
INJECTOR MARKING
PRESSURE POINT POSITION:
Front left-hand hotplate injector
PRESSURE SETTING:
1 kPa (4” wg)
BURNER IGNITION:
H.T. Spark
HOTPLATE - Propane X
Right-hand Front
Left-hand Rear
Right-hand Rear
Left-hand Front
WOK
RAPID
SEMI - RAPID
SEMI - RAPID
13.3 MJ/hr
3.7 KW
(266 g/h)
(0.53 l/h)
11.2 MJ/hr
3.1 KW
(221 g/h)
(0.43 l/h)
6.5 MJ/hr
1.8 KW
(128 g/h)
(0.26 l/h)
6.5 MJ/hr
1.8 KW
(128 g/h)
(0.26 l/h)
1.05
0.94
0.72
0.75
BURNER TYPE
MAXIMUM HEAT INPUT
INJECTOR SIZE (mm)
PRESSURE POINT POSITION:
Front left-hand hotplate burner injector
PRESSURE SETTING:
2.54 kPa (10” wg)
BURNER IGNITION:
H.T. Spark
ELECTRIC GRILL AND OVENS:
240v, 50 Hz, single-phase 30 AMP
GRILL ELEMENT POWER RATING
2 x 1.05 kW (240V)
TOP OVEN POWER RATING
1.0 kw (240V)
LOWER OVEN
1.4 kW (230V) / 1.52 kW (240V)
The data plaque is located in the centre vent slot near the base of the front plate.
Weight of appliance(s)
• AGA Total Control (TC3) = 370 kgs.
• AGA Dual Control = 444 kgs.
• Hotcupboard (TC5 / DC5) = 110 kgs.
• Module = 141 kgs.
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18. Servicing notes
AGA Module Gas Hob - Integrated
Fig. 18.1
DISCONNECT FROM ELECTRICITY SUPPLY BEFORE
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SERVICING.
WHEN REWIRING ANY ELECTRICITY COMPONENTS
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REFER TO CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND FUNCTIONS
FLOW DIAGRAM ATTACHED BEFORE ELECTRICAL
RECONNECTION. CHECK THAT THE APPLIANCE IS
ELECTRICALLY SAFE.
NOTE: Turn off gas supply to the appliance before servicing
any gas carrying components. Always check appliance for gas
soundness after completion.
REMOVE 2 FIXING SCREWS
NOTE: Use soapy water solution to ensure there are no gas
leaks.
REMOVAL OF TOP PLATE
1.
Disconnect from electricity supply and remove pan
supports and all control knobs.
DESN 517426
• Slacken grub screws, unscrew module handrail from
main AGA handrail and remove from bracket.
• Remove four chrome buttons and the four top plate
retaining screws (2 each side).
2.
Remove two screws from control panel (one from left
hand hole and one from centre hole) (Fig. 18.1).
3.
Carefully pull top plate forwards slightly and lift up at
the front. Support top plate and disconnect the wiring
to the neons. Remove top plate.
4.
Lay the top plate on its top face, suitably protected.
5.
Re-assemble in reverse order.
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REMOVAL OF HOTPLATE
Fig. 18.3
BURNER CAP
RETAINING
LUGS
DESN 511617
Fig. 18.4
BURNER
CAP
BURNER
RING
BURNER
HEAD
ELECTRODE
DESN 511619
(WOK BURNER ONLY)
Fig. 18.2
DESN 511646
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1.
Repeat operations in REMOVAL OF TOP PLATE’.
2.
Remove burner heads and burner caps.
3.
Remove all of the screws retaining hotplate burner trims
(4 from the Wok burner, 2 each from the other three
burners). (Fig. 18.2).
4.
Carefully remove burner trims and gaskets, taking care
not to damage gaskets or burner electrodes.
5.
Disconnect earth wire from left hand control panel
mounting bracket.
6.
Remove hotplate.
7.
Re-assemble in reverse order, ensuring burner heads
and burner caps are correctly located and electrodes are
not damaged. (See Fig. 18.3 and Fig. 18.4).
TO CHANGE IGNITION GENERATOR
1.
Turn off electricity supply.
2.
Remove top plate and hotplate (See REMOVAL OF TOP
PLATE and REMOVAL OF HOTPLATE).
3.
Remove two screws retaining the generator fixing
bracket to the burner mounting panel, and remove
generator (Fig. 18.5).
4.
Carefully remove all wiring from ignition generator (Fig.
18.5).
5.
Re-assemble in reverse order and check operation of
ignition to hotplate burners.
GAS REGULATOR
SPARK
GENERATOR
TERMINAL
BLOCK
TO CHANGE IGNITION ELECTRODE
1.
Turn off top plate and hotplate (See REMOVAL OF TOP
PLATE and REMOVAL OF HOTPLATE).
2.
Disconnect the electrode cable from the ignition
generator.
3.
Remove spring clip retaining electrode to burner body
(Fig. 18.6) and remove electrode and cable.
4.
Replace with new electrode ensuring spring clip is
correctly located into burner body.
5.
Re-assemble in reverse order and check operation of
ignition to hotplate burners.
Fig. 18.5
DESN 511792
Fig. 18.6
DESN 511649
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TO CHANGE HOTPLATE GAS TAP
Fig. 18.7
1.
Turn off gas supply and electricity supply.
2.
Remove top plate and hotplate (See REMOVAL OF TOP
PLATE and REMOVAL OF HOTPLATE).
3.
Remove controls mounting plate by removing the 6
screws (Fig. 18.7).
4.
Disconnect supply pipes from rest of all 4 gas taps and
pull wiring off tap switches.
5.
Disconnect gas rail tube and remove 4 screws from gas
rail support brackets. (Fig. 18.8).
DESN 511650
6.
Remove gas rail/taps assembly and remove appropriate
tap by removing 2 screws. (Fig. 18.9).
Fig. 18.8
7.
Re-assemble in reverse order ensuring that the sealing
ring is correctly located between the new tap and the
gas rail. (Rewire as circuit diagram).
8.
Check for gas soundness before fitting hotplate and
top-plate.
9.
When re-assembled, check for correct operation of tap/
tap ignition switches.
TO CHANGE OVEN THERMOSTAT/GRILL CONTROL
1.
Turn off electricity supply.
2.
Remove hotplate and top plate (See REMOVAL OF
HOTPLATE and REMOVAL OF TOP PLATE).
3.
Remove two screws retaining the thermostat/grill
control to the controls panel.
4.
Pull all of the wiring off the thermostat or grill control.
The grill control can now be removed.
5.
From inside the oven, unclip thermostat phial. (Top
oven phial located at rear of oven; lower oven phial
located at top right hand side).
6.
Feed phial through hole in oven, then pull capillary up
from side of the appliance to remove thermostat.
7.
Re-assemble in reverse order, ensuring thermostat phial
and capillary are not damaged and phial is correctly
located into retaining clips. (Rewire as circuit diagram).
8.
Check operation of oven thermostat phial or grill
control.
DESN 513527
Fig. 18.9
DESN 513528
36
For further advice or information contact
your local AGA Specialist.
With AGA Rangemaster’s policy of continuous product
improvement, the Company reserves the right to change
specifications and make modifications to the appliances
described and illustrated at any time.
Manufactured By
AGA Rangemaster
Station Road
Ketley Telford
Shropshire TF1 5AQ
England
www.agaliving.com
www.agacookshop.co.uk
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