Bush BCLU100DFSS Dual Fuel Range Cooker Instruction manual

Bush BCLU100DFSS Dual Fuel Range Cooker Instruction manual
Dual Fuel Range Cooker
Installation & User Instructions - Please keep for future reference
Cat no
7427882
7392144
7255157
7378766
Cooker serial number
I
Model
BCLU100DFSS S/STEEL
BCLU100DFSS S/STEEL
BCLU100DFSS S/STEEL
BCLU100DFSS S/STEEL
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Important – Please read these instructions fully before installing or using
These instructions contain important information which will help you get the best from
your appliance and ensure safe and correct installation, use and maintenance.
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Contents
Safety Information
Parts
4
Installation
5-8
Positioning
6
Fixing to the wall
7
Electrical connection
9
User Instructions
Using the hob
9-15
9
Cookware selection
10
Using the fan ovens
11
Programmable timer
12-13
Using the conventional oven and grill
14
Storage compartment
15
Cleaning and Maintenance
16
Troubleshooting
17
Technical Specifications
18
Disposal information
1
2-3
18
A Guide to Wall Mounting & Fixings
19
Guarantee
20
Safety Information
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Important – Please read these instructions fully before installation
INSTALLATION WARNINGS
DURING USAGE
IMPORTANT: This product MUST be installed
by a qualified Gas Safe registered installer in
accordance with local regulations. Particular
attention should be given to the ventilation
requirements.
IMPORTANT: Children and persons with
reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities
or lack of experience and knowledge should not
be allowed to use the cooker unless supervised
and warned of the hazards involved.
IMPORTANT: Prior to Installation ensure that the
local supply conditions (gas type and pressure,
electricity voltage and frequency) are compatible
with the requirements of your cooker.
WARNING: The appliance and its accessible
parts become hot during use. Care should be
taken to avoid touching hot parts.
IMPORTANT: Carefully unpack and examine
the appliance for any damage. If you think there
is a defect, do not use the appliance and contact
Argos Product Support on 01759 487838.
Packaging materials should be collected
together and disposed of immediately as they
may be harmful to children.
IMPORTANT: Keep the electrical cable (not
supplied) of your cooker away from the hot
areas of your cooker; do not let the cable touch
the appliance. Keep the cable away from sharp
edges and heated surfaces.
IMPORTANT: Ensure that the electric supply
cable is not trapped or damaged during
installation.
IMPORTANT: In the event that the cable
connecting your cooker becomes damaged, it
must be replaced by a suitably qualified person.
This cable must not be replaced by an
unauthorised person.
IMPORTANT: Protect your cooker against
atmospheric effects. Do not expose your cooker
to effects such as sun, rain, snow etc.
IMPORTANT: The materials surrounding the
appliance (cabinets) must be able to withstand a
minimum temperature of 100°C.
IMPORTANT: When using your oven for
the first time your cooker may give off an
unusual odour from the heating elements
and insulation materials. This is normal for
new cookers. To eliminate this odour run the
oven at 250 degrees for 40-60 mins with the
oven empty.
WARNING: Cooking on a hob with fat or oil can
be dangerous and should not be left unattended.
WARNING: NEVER try to extinguish a cooking
fire with water. Instead switch off the appliance
and cover flame e.g. with a lid or a fire blanket.
CAUTION: Cookers may topple forward if a child
climbs onto the cooker door. Children should be
supervised in the kitchen at all times and this
cooker must be secured to the wall using the
fixing kit (included) to prevent accidents.
CAUTION: Do not allow children in the kitchen
when cooking or while cooker parts may still be
hot. Many parts of the cooker will become hot
and present a considerable hazard to children.
CAUTION: When the oven is hot never touch
the oven glass by hand or with tools.
CAUTION: Before starting to use your
appliance, ensure curtains, paper or flammable
items are kept away from your appliance.
Do not keep flammable materials inside of or
around your cooker.
CAUTION: Take care when closing the oven
door that there is nothing obstructing it from
closing as this may break the glass door.
IMPORTANT: When using the grill the oven door
must be kept closed.
IMPORTANT: Position pans over the centre of
the burners and turn handles to a safe position
where they can not be knocked or grabbed.
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IMPORTANT: Make sure the cooker control
knobs are all in the off position when not in use.
IMPORTANT: If you do not intend to use your
cooker for a long period of time turn off the gas
and electric supply to the cooker.
CAUTION: Using gas cooking appliances
results in the production of heat, moisture and
the products of combustion. Ensure that the
room where your cooker is installed is well
ventilated particularly while the cooker is in use.
Keep natural ventilation holes open or install a
mechanical ventilation device (extractor hood)
Prolonged intensive use of your cooker may
call for additional ventilation (by opening a
window) or by increasing the level of mechanical
ventilation where present.
GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS
IMPORTANT: This appliance has been designed
for non-professional, domestic use only. Do not
use this cooker for commercial use or any other
application e.g. room heating.
WARNING: Danger of fire: do not store
flammable items on or near the cooking surfaces
or inside the oven.
IMPORTANT: Do not try to lift or move this
cooker by pulling on the door handle.
WARNING: Ensure that the appliance is
switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid
the possibility of electric shock.
IMPORTANT: Your appliance is produced in
accordance with all applicable local and
international standards and regulations.
IMPORTANT: Maintenance and repair work
must only be performed by authorised service
technicians.
Installation and repair work that is carried out
by unauthorised technicians is dangerous
and could invalidate your guarantee.
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IMPORTANT: When the door of the oven is
open, do not hang or lean anything on it. You
may unbalance your appliance or damage the
door or door hinges.
IMPORTANT: Do not hang towels, dishcloths or
clothes from the cooker or its handles.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT: Always turn the appliance off
before operations such as cleaning or
maintenance. You can do this by switching the
cooker off using cooker isolation switch.
IMPORTANT: Do not remove the control knobs
to clean the control panel.
TO MAINTAIN THE EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY
OF YOUR APPLIANCE,
WE RECOMMEND YOU ALWAYS USE
OUR AUTHORISED SERVICE AGENTS AND
ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS.
FOR ASSISTANCE CALL
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01759 487838.
Parts
If you have damaged or missing parts,
call Argos Product Support 01759 487838
Please familiarise yourself with the parts and accessories listed below
1- Control panel
2- Oven door
3- Big burner
4- Middle burner
5- Middle burner
6- Small burner
7- Temperature indicator light
8- Grill pan with removable handle
9- Wire shelves
10- Grill and conventional oven door
11- Fan oven
12- Second fan oven
Accessories
6 wire shelves
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Installation
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Installation gas
THIS COOKER MUST BE INSTALLED
ACCORDING TO BS 6172: 2010 BY
A SUITABLY QUALIFIED GAS SAFE
REGISTERED INSTALLER
This modern cooker was manufactured with
parts and materials of the highest quality and
was designed to meet your cooking needs.
You should read this manual so that you are
able to use the cooker correctly and to avoid
any potential problems with using the cooker.
The following information outlines the required
rules for correct installation and service of your
cooker. This is particularly important for the
technician who will install the appliance.
CONTACT AN AUTHORISED SERVICE
AGENT FOR INSTALLATION OF YOUR OVEN!
VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS
For rooms with a volume of less than 5 m³ permanent ventilation of 100 cm² is required see
figure 1 and 2 for an example.
For rooms with a volume of between 5 m³ and
10m³ a permanent ventilation of 50 cm² will be
required unless the room has a door which
opens directly to the outside, in which case no
permanent ventilation is required.
For rooms with a volume greater than 10 m³ - no
permanent ventilation is required.
Attention: Regardless of room size, all rooms
containing the appliance must have
direct access to the outside air via an
openable window or equivalent. The room
containing the cooker should have an air
supply in accordance with BS 5440: Part 2.
Environment where your appliance will be
installed
Your cooker must be set up and used in a place
where it will always have ventilation
While operating, this appliance needs 2m3/h air
per kw input.
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There must be enough natural ventilation to
provide the gas to be used in the environment.
The average air flow must directly come in
through ventilation from the outside.
Emptying of the Burned Gases from
Environment
For cooking appliances that operate with gas,
burned gas wastes are exhausted directly to the
outside or through cooker hoods that are
connected to a chimney that opens directly to
the outside. If it is not possible to install a cooker
hood, it is required to set an electric fan on the
window or wall that has access to fresh air. This
electric fan must have the capacity to change
the volume of air in the kitchen environment 4-5
times per hour.
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Installation gas
Installation of cooker
IMPORTANT - All Gas installations must be
carried out by a suitably qualified person. For
information on choosing a gas installer contact
the ‘Gas Safe Register’.
www.gassaferegister.co.uk
The appliance can be placed close to other
furniture on condition that the furniture’s height
does not exceed the height of the cooker panel
Make sure that there are no combustible or
flammable materials, such as curtains, in the
vicinity of the installation.
There must be at least 2cm of free space
between the back wall and the rear of the
appliance to allow for ventilation and
air circulation.
Positioning
The furniture close to the cooker must be
manufactured resistant to temperatures up to
100°C.
Min 100cm
If the kitchen furniture are higher than the hob
plate of the cooker, it must be at least 10cm
away from the cooker’s side.
Surrounding furniture, cabinets and extractor
fans should be positioned in accordance with the
diagram shown in figure 3. If fitted, the extractor
fan must be at least 65cm above the hob.
If no fan is fitted the minimum distance between
the hob and any cabinet or other structure must
be 70cm.
Adjustment of feet
Figure 3
The height and level of the appliance can be
adjusted by rotating the feet located underneath
the appliance at each corner. Rotate in a
clockwise direction to decrease the height and
anti clockwise to increase the height.
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Installation
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Installation gas
Gas Connection
THIS COOKER MUST BE INSTALLED
ACCORDING TO BS 6172: 2010 BY
A SUITABLY QUALIFIED GAS SAFE
REGISTERED INSTALLER
! Failure to do this will void your warranty
Fixing to the wall
Before using the appliance fix it securely to the wall
using the chain kit provided. Fix to the wall and the
back of the cooker. This will prevent the cooker
from toppling forward if excess weight is placed on
the oven door. Since the chains must be attached
to wall using fixings suitable for your wall type, the
wall fixings are not supplied with the cooker (Figure
4).
Please refer to the ‘Guide to Wall Mounting and
Fixings’ on page 18.
Figure 4
Fixing to the cooker
Fix the chain to the cooker bracket with the screw
provided in the fixing kit.
Bracket
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Screw
Chain
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Electrical connection
IMPORTANT: Electrical connections
must be carried out by a suitably
qualified person and in accordance with
all relevant local building and installation
regulations.
1. See the rating label at the rear of the product for
the appliance’s load rating.
3. The electrical cable should not touch the
hot parts of the appliance.
The electrical cable (not supplied)
should not be routed through any
area that may be affected by heat from
the oven, especially the area directly
behind the oven.
2. The cooker must be connected to a dedicated
circuit suitably rated for the load of the appliance
(see rating label at rear of appliance) as shown in
the wiring diagrams below. It must be connected
via a suitably rated cable to a double pole isolator
cooker switch also suitably rated for the appliance.
3x6mm 2
3x6mm 2
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User Instructions
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Using the Hob
Ignition Button
Press and turn the control knob towards
the large flame position.
Pressing the control knob down will
engage the electronic ignition and allow
the gas to flow.
Hob Burner Control
Left front burner
Left rear burner
Manual Ignition of the Gas Burners
In the case of electricity failure resulting
in loss of electronic ignition follow this
procedure.
To ignite one of the burners, press and turn
its knob clockwise so that the knob
is in max. position, ignite with a match,
taper or another manual aid to its upper
circumference. Move the ignition source
away as soon as you see a stable flame.
Flame failure device:
This cooker is equipped with a flame failure
device.
In order for these to work correctly and to
prevent the flame going out when you first
ignite your burners, keep the knob pressed
and hold for 10 seconds after the burner has
ignited.
Large flame
Small flame
Control of the hob burners
The knob has 3 positions: Off (l), max (big
flame symbol) and min (small flame symbol).
After you ignite the burner in max. position you
can adjust the flame length between max. and
min. positions.
Do not operate the burners when the knob
position is between max. and off positions.
After the ignition, check the flames visually. If
you see yellow tips, lifted or unstable flames;
turn the gas flow off, and check the assembly
of burner caps and crowns. Also, make sure
that no liquid has spilled into the burner caps.
If the burner flames go out accidentally, turn
the burners off, ventilate the kitchen with fresh
air, and do not attempt re-ignition for 90 sec.
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Using the Hob
When turning the hob off, turn the knob in the
clockwise direction so that the knob shows “l”
position or the marker on the knob points
upwards.
Your hob has burners of different diameters.
The most economic way of using gas is to
choose the correct size gas burners for your
cooking pan size and to bring the flame to
the minimum position once the boiling point is
reached. It is recommended to always cover
your cooking pan.
Cookware Selection
In order to obtain maximum performance from
the main burners, use pots with the following
flat bottom diameters. Using smaller pots than
the minimum dimensions stated below will
cause energy loss.
Rapid Burner: 22-26cm
Medium Burner: 14-22cm
Auxiliary Burner: 12-18cm
Make sure that the tips of the flames do
not spread out of the outer circumference
of the pan, as this may also harm the
accessories around the pan (handles etc.)
When the burners are not in use for
prolonged periods, always turn the main
gas control valve off.
WARNING:
Use only flat bottomed pans and with a
sufficiently thick base.
Ensure that the base of the pan is dry
before placing it on the burners.
The temperature of accessible parts may
be high when the appliance is operating.
So it is important to keep children and
animals out of the reach of the burners
during and after cooking (until the cooker
has cooled down).
After use the hob remains very hot for a
prolonged period of time, do not touch it
and do not place any object on top of the
hob.
Never place cutlery or lids on the hob as
they will get hot and could cause serious
burns.
SAFETY ADVICE IN THE CASE OF A
COOKING PAN FIRE
1. Turn off the burner.
2. Cover the pan with a fire blanket or
damp cloth. This will smother the flames
and extinguish the fire.
3. Leave the pan to cool for at least an
hour before attempting to move it. Injuries
are often caused by picking up a hot pan
and rushing outside with it.
NEVER USE A FIRE EXTINGUISHER TO
PUT OUT A PAN FIRE !
The force of the extinguisher could tip
the pan over.
Never use water to extinguish oil or fat
pan fires.
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Using the fan ovens
Using the Fan Ovens
MAIN OVEN
DEFROST
Turn the Fan Oven knob clockwise and
align the marker on the control knob with
the required temperature (°C)
The indicator light on the control panel
will go out and the thermostat will turn
the element off when the selected
temperature has been reached inside the
oven. These will come back on once the
thermostat falls below the set value.
Fan only defrost
The fan can be used without heat to
defrost food (DEFROST).
IMPORTANT! Before using this method
of defrosting refer to the food packaging
defrosting information.
Always turn the control knob to off (l)
when cooking has finished.
Please note: The appliance incorporates
a safety thermostat which cuts the electric
supply to the oven if the temperature
becomes excessive.
When using your oven for the first time
your cooker may give off an unusual
odour from the heating elements. This is
normal for new cookers. To eliminate this
odour run the oven at 250 degrees for 4060 mins with the oven empty.
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FAN COOKING
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Using the programmable timer
Setting the timer (alarm)
With this feature you can set the alarm to
sound after lapsed period of time.
2) Input the period of time
to be counted down.
Cancelling the timer (alarm)
1
2
Buttons
1. Alarm
2. Start cooking
3. Stop cooking
4. Manual control
5. Down
6. Up
3
4
5
6
The electronic timer functions
1. Clock with alarm
2. Set cooking time
3. Set food ready time
4. Timer
5. Buzzer volume control
6. LED brightness control
Automatic oven cooking control
If you want to start cooking in your oven
immediately, you just need to input the length
of cooking time.
Display icons
Auto program has been set.
Auto program now cooking.
Auto program food is now ready.
Note, Alarm is now sounding
Setting the time
To set the time, ensure that no automatic cooking
program is in progress (there should be just the
time and the manual control icon displayed as
shown in the image above).
Press the manual control button (4) the double
point icon between the hours and minutes will
start to flash. Use the up and down buttons to
set the clock. Press and hold the up and down
buttons for faster adjustment.
You have now set your oven to
cook for 2 hours and 15 minutes.
Please do not forget to turn
the oven knob to the required
temperature
At any time during cooking you can press the
stop cooking button (3) to see the time that
the food will be ready.
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Using the programmable timer (continued)
Delayed cooking program
Once you have set the length of cooking
time, you can use this feature to have your
food ready at a set given time.
For example,
To have you food ready at 21:30 press the
stop button (3) then set the desired ready
time. After a few seconds the display will
switch to clock mode.
Alarm volume
Press and hold the key to hear the current
alarm tone. Releasing and pressing the
same button will allow you to scroll through
the 3 available tones.
Note, the default setting is the highest tone
level of the three.
LED brightness
By pressing and releasing the key, you can
scroll through the three available brightness
settings.
Note, the default setting is the highest
brightness level of the three.
We have now programmed our oven to have
our food ready at 21:30. The cooking time
was pre-programmed as 2 hours and 15
minutes so your oven will start cooking at
19:15 and ensure that your food is ready at
21:30.
As advised before do not forget to set the
oven temperature control to the desired
temperature.
Resetting after loss of mains power
If the cooker has been turned off or had
a power interruption the screen will flash
and 12:00 will be displayed. Any cooking
program will have been cancelled.
The flashing hand icon indicates that your
oven is inoperative.
Press the manual control button once to get
your oven operational. Press the manual
button once again to set the clock (see
setting the time section).
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Using the conventional oven and grill (Top left)
Using the Conventional Oven and Grill
Turn the control knob (TOP OVEN)
clockwise and align the marker on the
knob with the required temperature.
Bottom element
Top element
Grill
Oven (variable temp)
Oven indicator
The indicator light on the control panel will
go out when the selected temperature has
been reached inside the oven.
Always turn the control knob to off (l)
when cooking has finished.
Please note: The appliance incorporates
a safety thermostat which cuts the electric
supply to the oven if the temperature
becomes excessive.
For using the
- Bottom element
- Top element
- Grill
Turn the control knob clockwise and align
the marker with the desired function.
These elements are set to operate at their
maximum output (fixed).
WARNING! THE TOP OVEN/GRILL
DOOR MUST BE CLOSED WHEN
USING THE OVEN OR GRILL.
Always use the handle when handling
the grill pan.
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Storage compartment (lower right)
Storage compartment
This range cooker incorporates a storage
compartment.
This compartment is for pans, oven
trays and other non flammable cooking
equipment.
Do not store anything flammable in this
compartment.
Please note this compartment may get
hot.
Storage Compartment
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Cleaning and Maintenance
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Cleaning
WARNING! Isolate the power supply to the cooker and make sure that the oven is cool.
Do not clean using caustic creams, abrasive cleaning powders, thick wire wool or hard tools.
Enamelled parts of the oven can be damaged if excess cleaning liquids are not immediately
removed.
After cleaning the interior parts of the oven with a soapy cloth, rinse it and then dry thoroughly
with a soft cloth.
Clean the glass surfaces with special glass cleaning agents.
Never use flammable agents like acid, thinner or petrol when cleaning your oven.
Do not clean your oven with a steam cleaner.
Do not wash any part of your oven in a dishwasher.
Removal of inner glass door for cleaning
Remove the inner glass by sliding the glass
out towards you.
Change of Oven Lamp
Turn the oven off from the electric supply
and make sure that the oven is cool.
Remove the bulb after removing the cover in
front of the lamp. Replace the old bulb with a
new bulb resistant to 300°C (230 V, 15 Watt,
Type E14/SES).
Replace the lamp’s protective glass.
Your oven is now ready for use.
Burner Caps:
Periodically, the enamelled pan support,
enamelled covers and burner heads must be
washed with warm soapy water, rinsed and
dried. After drying them thoroughly, place
them back in their original positions on the
burners.
Enamelled Parts:
In order to keep them as new, it is necessary
to clean them frequently with mild warm
soapy water and then dry with a cloth. Do
not wash them while hot and never use
abrasive powders or abrasive cleaning
materials. Do not leave anything spilled onto
enamelled parts for long periods of time.
Stainless Steel:
Stainless steel parts must be cleaned
frequently with mildly warm soapy water
and a soft sponge and then dried with a
soft cloth. Do not use abrasive powders or
abrasive cleaning materials. Do not leave
anything spilled onto stainless steel parts for
long periods of time.
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Troubleshooting
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If your cooker does not appear to function correctly
1. If no electrical functions appear to work,
check the cooker isolation switch has not
been turned off also check the fuse in
the switch and the circuit breaker in you
consumer unit.
3. DO NOT attempt to repair this cooker
yourself. Call Argos Product Support on the
number above or consult a qualified person.
2. After replacing the fuse or resetting the
circuit breaker turn on individual parts of your
cooker one at a time to check function.
Problem
Possible Cause
Only parts of the cooker work
it may be that the ovens or the
grill, do not work
Links may be missing in the
rear connector box
Nothing works (completely
dead)
Power is turned off at the
isolation switch or the
consumer unit
Poor electrical connection
The hob burners do not
operate correctly
Check if the burner parts
are correctly assembled
(especially after cleaning).
Oven not heating up
Oven temperature not set
correctly
Door is not properly closed
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Solution
Refer to the Quick Start
Installation Guide to check the
correct placement of the links
This must be done by a
qualified competent person
Ensure isolation switch is on
Check consumer unit has not
tripped out
Have the connections checked
by a qualified electrician
The gas supply pressure may
be too low/high.
For appliances working with
bottled LPG, the LPG cylinder
may be depleted.
Ensure that the correct
temperature has been selected
and the door is properly closed
Technical Specifications
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Models
BCLU100DFS S/STEEL
BCLU100DFS S/STEEL
BCLU100DFS S/STEEL
BCLU100DFS S/STEEL
Power supply
Maximum power
Size (H x W x D)
Net Weight
Grill/Oven compartment volume
Fan oven volume (upper right)
Lower left oven
Energy rating
220-240V~50 Hz
5600W
900 x 1003 x 600
76 kg / BCYU100DFSS S/STEEL 78 kg
25 lt
49 lt
49 lt
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may occur due to product improvements and development.
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Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). By ensuring this product is disposed of
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human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of
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crossed out wheelie bin symbol, indicates that this appliance/fitting may not be
treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable
collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. Disposal must
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For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please
contact your local authority, your household waste disposal service or the retailer where you
purchased the product.
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Wall Fixing Guide
Important:
When drilling into walls always
check that there are no hidden wires or pipes etc.
Important note:
If plastic wall plugs
are supplied with your
product:
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Make sure that the screws and wall plugs being used
tradesperson if you are unsure.
Hints:
- these are only suitable for
use in masonry walls.
If you are in any doubt about
the correct wall plugs for
your wall, seek professional
advice.
Failure of the product due to
responsibility of the installer.
Types of walls
1: General rule:
Always use a larger screw and wall plug
if you are not sure.
2: Ensure you use the recommended drill bit to match the wall
plug and hole size.
3: Ensure you drill the hole horizontally, do not force the drill or
enlarge the hole.
4: Take extra care when drilling high walls, ceilings and ceramic
tiles. Ensure wall plugs are inserted beyond the thickness of
the ceramic tiles to avoid the tiles splitting or cracking.
5:
drilled hole.
You can use one of the following types of wall plug if your walls are made
of brick, breeze block, concrete, stone or wood.
No.1 “General Purpose” wall plug
No.3 “Cavity Fixing” wall plug
No.5 “Hammer Fixing” wall plug
Generally aerated blocks should not
be used to support heavy loads, use
For use with plasterboard partitions or
hollow wooden doors.
For use with walls stuck with
loads, general purpose wall plugs can
be used.
No.2 “Plasterboard” wall plug
For use when attaching light loads on
to plasterboard partitions.
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Maintenance
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is secure to the retaining wall.
No.4 “Cavity Fixing-Heavy Duty”
wall plug
heavy loads such as shelving, wall
cabinets and coat racks.
Safety:
and location to ensure your safety
in and around the home.
No.6 “Shield Anchor” wall plug
Heavy loads
For use with heavier loads such as TV
& HiFi speakers and satelite dishes etc.
Fitting: From time to time check
or screws do not become loose.
Guarantee
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Product Guarantee
This product is guaranteed against manufacturing defects for a period of
2
Year
This product is guaranteed for 12 months from the date of original purchase.
Any defect that arises during this period due to faulty materials or workmanship will either
be repaired free of charge or replaced.
The guarantee is subject to the following provisions:
• The guarantee does not cover accidental damage, misuse, cabinet parts, knobs
or consumable items.
• The product must be correctly installed and operated in accordance with the
instructions contained in this manual.
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• It must be used solely for domestic purpose.
• The guarantee will be rendered invalided if the product is re-sold or has been
damaged by inexpert repair.
• Specifications are subject to change without notice.
• The manufacturer disclaims any liability for the incidental or consequential damages.
• The guarantee is in addition to, and does not diminish your statutory or legal rights.
• In the event of a problem with the product with in the guarantee period call :Argos Product Support 01759 487838.
Guarantor: Argos Ltd
489 - 499 Avebury Boulevard
Central Milton Keynes
MK9 2NW
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