ADS Technologies INSTANTHDTV PCI PTV380 - 2 Instructions For Installation And Use Manual

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Contents

1.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE ......................................................................... 30

2.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................................................................ 32

3.

ENVIRONMENTAL CARE ........................................................................... 34

4.

DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS.................................................................. 35

5.

USING THE HOB......................................................................................... 36

6.

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE ............................................................... 41

7.

POSITIONING IN THE COUNTER TOP...................................................... 44

8.

ELECTRICAL CONNECTION...................................................................... 47

9.

GAS CONNECTION .................................................................................... 48

10. ADAPTATION TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF GAS........................................ 50

THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE VALID ONLY FOR THE DESTINATION COUNTRIES

WHOSE IDENTIFYING SYMBOLS ARE INCLUDED ON THE COVER OF THIS

MANUAL.

IINSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER: these instructions contain user recommendations, a description of the controls and the correct procedures for cleaning and maintenance of the appliance.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER: these are intended for the qualified technician who must install the appliance, set it functioning and carry out an inspection test.

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Further information about the products can be found at www.smeg.com

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General instructions

1. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

THIS MANUAL IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE APPLIANCE. IT MUST BE KEPT IN ITS

ENTIRETY AND IN AN ACCESSIBLE PLACE FOR THE WHOLE WORKING LIFE OF

THE COOKING HOB. WE ADVISE YOU TO READ THIS MANUAL AND ALL THE

INFORMATION IT CONTAINS CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE HOB. ALSO KEEP

THE SERIES OF NOZZLES PROVIDED. INSTALLATION MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY

QUALIFIED PERSONNEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REGULATIONS IN FORCE.

THIS APPLIANCE IS INTENDED FOR HOUSEHOLD USE AND COMPLIES WITH THE

EEC DIRECTIVES CURRENTLY IN FORCE. THE APPLIANCE HAS BEEN BUILT TO

CARRY OUT THE FOLLOWING FUNCTION: COOKING AND HEATING FOODS; ALL

OTHER USES ARE TO BE CONSIDERED IMPROPER.

THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR USES OTHER THAN THOSE

INDICATED.

IF THE APPLIANCE IS INSTALLED ON BOATS OR IN CARAVANS, DO NOT USE IT AS

A ROOM HEATER.

DO NOT USE THIS APPLIANCE FOR HEATING ROOMS.

THIS APPLIANCE IS MARKED ACCORDING TO EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE 2002/96/EC

ON WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT (WEEE).

THIS DIRECTIVE DEFINES THE STANDARDS FOR THE COLLECTION AND

RECYCLING OF WASTE ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT APPLICABLE

THROUGHOUT THE EUROPEAN UNION.

BEFORE THE APPLIANCE IS PUT INTO OPERATION, ALL PROTECTIVE FILMS

MUST BE REMOVED.

SUITABLE HEAT-PROOF GLOVES SHOULD BE WORN FOR ALL OPERATIONS.

DO NOT USE STEEL SPONGES AND SHARP SCRAPERS AS THEY WILL

DAMAGE THE SURFACE.

USE NORMAL NON-ABRASIVE PRODUCTS, INCLUDING WOODEN OR

PLASTIC UTENSILS IF NECESSARY. RINSE THOROUGHLY AND DRY

USING A SOFT CLOTH OR A MICROFIBRE CLOTH.

DO NOT LEAVE THE APPLIANCE UNATTENDED DURING COOKING OPERATIONS

WHERE FATS OR OILS COULD BE RELEASED.

FATS AND OILS MAY CATCH FIRE.

ALWAYS CHECK THAT THE CONTROL KNOBS ARE IN THE (OFF) POSITION

WHEN YOU FINISH USING THE HOB.

General instructions

NEVER PLACE PANS WITH BOTTOMS WHICH ARE NOT PERFECTLY FLAT AND

SMOOTH ON THE COOKING HOB PAN STANDS.

NEVER USE CONTAINERS WHICH PROJECT BEYOND THE OUTSIDE EDGE OF THE

HOB.

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General instructions

2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

CONSULT THE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAFETY STANDARDS ON

ELECTRICAL OR GAS APPLIANCES AND FOR VENTILATION FUNCTIONS.

IN YOUR INTERESTS AND FOR YOUR SAFETY THE LAW REQUIRES THAT THE

INSTALLATION AND SERVICING OF ALL HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES IS CARRIED

OUT BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE REGULATIONS IN

FORCE.

OUR APPROVED INSTALLERS GUARANTEE A SATISFACTORY JOB.

GAS OR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES MUST ALWAYS BE DISCONNECTED BY

SUITABLY SKILLED PEOPLE.

BEFORE CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE TO THE POWER GRID, CHECK THE DATA

ON THE PLATE AGAINST THE DATA FOR THE GRID ITSELF.

THE IDENTIFICATION PLATE CONTAINING THE TECHNICAL DATA, SERIAL NUMBER

AND BRAND NAME IS IN A VISIBLE POSITION UNDER THE CASING.

DO NOT REMOVE THE PLATE ON THE CASING FOR ANY REASON.

BEFORE CONNECTING THE APPLIANCE, ENSURE THAT IT IS SET TO THE TYPE

OF GAS THAT IT WILL BE SUPPLIED WITH, CHECKING THE LABEL APPLIED UNDER

THE CASING.

BEFORE CARRYING OUT INSTALLATION/MAINTENANCE WORK, MAKE SURE THAT

THE APPLIANCE IS NOT CONNECTED TO THE POWER GRID.

THE PLUG TO BE CONNECTED TO THE POWER SUPPLY CABLE AND ITS SOCKET

MUST BE OF THE SAME TYPE AND CONFORM TO THE REGULATIONS IN FORCE.

THE SOCKET MUST BE ACCESSIBLE AFTER THE APPLIANCE HAS BEEN BUILT IN.

NEVER UNPLUG BY PULLING ON THE CABLE.

IF THE POWER SUPPLY CABLE IS DAMAGED, CONTACT THE TECHNICAL

SUPPORT SERVICE IMMEDIATELY AND THEY WILL REPLACE IT.

THE APPLIANCE MUST BE CONNECTED TO EARTH IN COMPLIANCE WITH

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM SAFETY REGULATIONS.

IMMEDIATELY AFTER INSTALLATION, CARRY OUT A BRIEF INSPECTION TEST,

FOLLOWING THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW. SHOULD THE APPLIANCE NOT

FUNCTION, DISCONNECT IT FROM THE POWER SUPPLY AND CALL THE NEAREST

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTRE.

NEVER ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE APPLIANCE.

DURING USE THE APPLIANCE BECOMES VERY HOT. TAKE CARE NOT TO TOUCH

THE HEATING ELEMENTS.

THE USE OF THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT PERMITTED TO PEOPLE (INCLUDING

CHILDREN) OF REDUCED PHYSICAL AND MENTAL ABILITY, OR LACKING IN

EXPERIENCE IN THE USE OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, UNLESS THEY ARE

SUPERVISED OR INSTRUCTED BY ADULTS OR PEOPLE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR

SAFETY.

General instructions

DO NOT LET CHILDREN GO NEAR THE APPLIANCE WHEN IT IS IN OPERATION OR

PLAY WITH IT AT ANY TIME.

DO NOT INSERT POINTED METAL OBJECTS (CUTLERY OR UTENSILS) INTO THE

SLITS IN THE APPLIANCE.

DO NOT USE STEAM JETS FOR CLEANING THE APPLIANCE.

THE STEAM COULD REACH THE ELECTRONICS, DAMAGING THEM AND CAUSING

SHORT-CIRCUITS.

DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE.

DO NOT SPRAY ANY SPRAY PRODUCTS NEAR THE HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE

WHILE IT IS IN OPERATION.

DO NOT USE SPRAY PRODUCTS WHILE THE PRODUCT IS STILL HOT.

The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage to persons or things caused by non-observance of the above prescriptions or by interference with any part of the appliance or by the use of non-original spare parts.

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Instructions for disposal

3. ENVIRONMENTAL CARE

3.1

Our environmental care

Pursuant to Directives 2002/95/EC, 2002/96/EC, 2003/108/EC, relating to the reduction of the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic appliances, as well as to the disposal of refuse, the crossed out bin symbol on the appliance indicates that the product, at the end of its useful life, must be collected separately from other refuse. Therefore, the user must consign the product that has reached the end of its working life to the appropriate selective collection centres for electrical and electronic refuse, or deliver it back to the retailer when purchasing an equivalent product, on a one for one basis.

Adequate selective collection for the subsequent forwarding of the decommissioned product to recycling, treatment and ecologically compatible disposal contributes to avoiding possible negative effects on the environment and on health and promotes the recycling of the materials of which the appliance consists. The illicit disposal of the product by the user results in the application of administrative sanctions.

The product does not contain substances in quantities sufficient to be considered hazardous to health and the environment, in accordance with current European directives.

3.2

Your environmental care

Our product's packaging is made of non-polluting materials, therefore compatible with the environment and recyclable. Please help by disposing of the packaging correctly. You can obtain the addresses of collection, recycling and disposal centres from your retailer or from the competent local organisations.

Do not discard the packaging or any part of it, or leave it unattended. It can constitute a suffocation hazard for children, especially the plastic bags.

Your old appliance also needs to be disposed of correctly.

Important

: hand over your appliance to the local agency authorised for the collection of household appliances no longer in use. Correct disposal enables intelligent recovery of valuable materials.

Before disposing of your appliance it is important to remove doors and leave shelves in the same position as for use, to ensure that children cannot accidentally become trapped inside during play. It is also necessary to cut the connecting cable to the power grid, removing it along with the plug.

Instructions for the user

4. DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS

4.1

Control zone

All the hob controls are grouped together on the front panel.

CONTROL ZONE

4-burner hob

5-burner hob

KNOB DESCRIPTION

To light the flame, press the knob and, at the same time, turn it anticlockwise to the minimum flame symbol .

To adjust the flame, turn the knob to the zone between the maximum ( ) and minimum ( ) settings.

To turn off the burner, turn the knob to the position.

ARRANGEMENT OF BURNERS AND DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS

Front left

Burner

Front right

Burner

Central

Burner

Rear left

Burner

Rear right

Burner

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Instructions for the user

5. USING THE HOB

Make sure that the fastening plates E, the burners, the crowns and the pan stands are assembled correctly.

The notches A of the flame-spreader crowns must be inserted into the housings B of the burner. The holes C in the burner should be slid over the igniters and thermocouples D on the hob.

C

D

A

B

E

5.1

Positioning the pan stands

The pan stands are provided unassembled on the hob. There are three types of pan stands the installer must be familiar with in order to position them correctly.

Resting pan stand

(4-burner hob only)

Central pan stand

(5-burner hob only)

Support pan stand

Instructions for the user

To position each pan stand correctly on its burner, follow the instructions below:

4-burner hob

5-burner hob

At the ends of the legs of the pan stands there are silicone rests with a hole that must be centred onto the matching fixing pins on the surface.

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Instructions for the user

Position the support pan stand on the side burners, centring the fastening pins

(

1

) and (

2

) and then resting it on the hob.

When properly positioned, the legs of the pan stands must not be suspended above the hob but should rest on top of it.

Then position the central pan stand (5-burner model) or the resting pan stand

(4-burner model) so that the dent rests on the supporting bar of the support pan stand as shown in the figure.

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Make sure that the pan stands are simply centred on their respective burners, without forcing the burners to be raised or tilted. If they are, repeat the positioning procedure.

If you find that a pan is particularly unstable, make sure that the pan stands have not been positioned incorrectly.

Instructions for the user

5.2

Lighting the burners using a safety device

The burner controlled by each knob is shown next to the knob (the example to the left corresponds to the front left burner).

The appliance is equipped with electronic ignition. Simply press the knob and simultaneously turn it anticlockwise to the minimum flame symbol, until it lights.

Hold down the knob for about 2 seconds to keep the flame lit and to activate the safety device. The burner may go out when the knob is released. If this happens, repeat the procedure, holding the knob down for longer.

When the burner is lit, the relevant activation knob will light up to indicate this.

The knob will turn off a few seconds after it is turned to the O position or if the burner goes out accidentally. The knob light turns on and off gradually.

If the burners should go out accidentally, after about 20 seconds a safety device will be tripped, cutting off the gas supply, even if the gas tap is open.

5.3

Practical tips for using the burners

For better burner performance and minimum gas consumption, pans with flat, even bases and with lids should be used, and their size should be in proportion to the burner

(see “5.2 Lighting the burners using a safety device”).

During cooking, in order to avoid burns or damage to the hob top and to the glass lid (when present), all pans or griddles must be positioned within the cooking hob perimeter and a minimum distance of 3-4 cm must be maintained from the knobs.

Make sure never to touch the lid glass with pots and pans that are still hot. The glass could crack and break with the heat.

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Instructions for the user

5.4

Pan diameters

2 3

2

3

4

2 1

1

2

(*) Burner

1 Auxiliary

2

3

4

Semi-rapid

Rapid

Ultra-rapid

min. and max. Ø (in cm)

7 - 18

10 - 24

18 - 24

24 - 28

• Do not use griddles or plates to cook or heat food on the ultra-rapid/triple crown burner;

• Do not place aluminium foil under the burners during use.

• It is not advisable to use earthenware or steatite pans to cook or heat food.

5.5

Using the griddle plate

A few precautions are necessary if you wish to use a griddle plate:

• leave a gap of at least 160 mm between the edge of the griddle plate and the side wall;

• if one of the burners close to the wooden rear wall is a triple crown burner, leave a gap of at least 160 mm between this wall and the edge of the griddle plate;

• do not allow the burner flames to extend beyond the edge of the griddle plate;

• operate the burners underneath the griddle plate for 10 minutes at maximum power, then turn them down to the minimum setting. Never use the griddle plate for more than 45 minutes.

Instructions for the user

6. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

Important: DO NOT USE STEAM JETS FOR CLEANING THE HOB.

Before performing any operations requiring access to powered parts, disconnect the appliance from the power supply.

6.1

Cleaning the hob

To keep the hob in good condition it should be cleaned regularly after use.

Let it cool first.

6.1.1 Ordinary daily cleaning

To clean and preserve surfaces, always use

only

specific products that do not contain abrasives or chlorine-based acids.

How to use

: pour the product onto a damp cloth and wipe the surface, rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth or a microfibre cloth.

6.1.2 Food stains or residues

Do not use metallic sponges or sharp scrapers: they will damage the surface.

Use ordinary non-abrasive products, together with anti-scratch sponges and wooden or plastic utensils if necessary.

Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth or chamois leather.

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Instructions for the user

6.2

Cleaning the acid-etched glass hob

6.2.1 Grease

Use washing up liquid and a microfibre cloth.

6.2.2 Rings and encrustations

Use stainless steel cream Crema Inox or mildly abrasive creams; leave the product to act for a few minutes, then wipe away with a microfibre cloth.

6.2.3 Stubborn encrustations

If using the microfibre cloth is not enough, a brass wire sponge can be used together with stainless steel cream Crema inox or standard abrasive creams available in shops.

To avoid encrustations which are difficult to remove, you are advised to clean the hob every time you finish cooking.

6.3

Cleaning the components

6.3.1 Knobs

The knobs should be cleaned with lukewarm water and washing up liquid. For easier cleaning they can be removed by pulling them upwards. Dry thoroughly after cleaning.

Do not use aggressive products containing alcohol or products for cleaning steel and glass when cleaning the knobs, as these products could cause permanent damage.

6.3.2 Pan stands

Remove the pan stands and clean them with lukewarm water and non-abrasive detergent, making sure to remove any encrustations. Replace them on the cooking hob.

These components must not be washed in the dishwasher.

Instructions for the user

6.3.3 Flame-spreader crowns

For easier cleaning, the flame spreader crowns can be removed; wash them with warm water and a non-abrasive detergent making sure to remove any encrustations and wait until they are

perfectly dry

.

The burner pins

A

must be inserted in the housings

B

in the burner crown. The holes

C

in the burner crowns should be slid over the igniters and thermocouples

D

on the hob.

C

D

DO NOT REMOVE THE FASTENING PLATES TO CLEAN THE HOB.

A

B

E

6.3.4 Igniters and thermocouples

For correct operation the igniters and thermocouples must always be perfectly clean. Check them frequently and clean them with a damp cloth if necessary. Remove any dry residues with a wooden toothpick or a needle.

After cleaning, dry the appliance thoroughly to prevent water or detergent drips from interfering with its operation or creating unsightly marks.

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Instructions for the installer

7. POSITIONING IN THE COUNTER TOP

The following operation requires building and/or carpentry work and must be carried out by a competent tradesman.

Installation can be carried out on various materials such as masonry, metal, solid wood or plastic laminated wood as long as they are heat resistant (T

90°C).

7.1

Fixing to the supporting structure

Create an opening with the dimensions shown in the figure in the top surface of the counter, keeping a minimum distance of 50 mm from the rear edge. This appliance can be mounted against walls higher than the work surface on condition that a distance be kept between the appliance and the wall as shown in the figure so as to avoid damage from overheating. Make sure there is a minimum distance of 750 mm between the hob burners and any shelf or hood that may be installed directly above it.

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4-burner hob

7.2

Hob seal

To prevent leakage of liquid between the frame of the hob and the work surface, place the seal provided along the entire outer edge of the hob before assembly.

5-burner hob

Do not fix the hob using silicon as this would make it impossible to remove the hob, if necessary, without damaging it.

Instructions for the installer

If installed on top of an oven, the latter must be equipped with a cooling fan.

In case of installation on an empty kitchen unit with doors, a separation panel must be placed under the hob. Keep a minimum distance of 10 mm between the bottom of the hob and the surface of the panel, which must be easily extractable to allow sufficient access for any technical assistance.

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Instructions for the installer

7.3

Fixing using brackets

The figure to the side shows the exact holes to be used to correctly attach the hob to the work surface with brackets.

Fix the hob to the unit using the appropriate brackets supplied.

To secure the hob correctly to the counter top, tighten the brackets

A

in the appropriate holes on the sides of the casing.

Take care while securing with the brackets; if tightened too much the glass may be strained causing it to crack.

Instructions for the installer

8. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

Make sure that the voltage and capacity of the power line conform to the data shown on the plate located under the casing.

Do not remove this plate for any reason

.

The plug at the end of the supply cable and the wall socket must be of the same type and must conform to the applicable legislation on electrical installations.

Make sure that the supply line is suitably earthed.

Pass the power supply cable through the back of the unit, taking care that it does not touch the bottom casing of the hob or the oven (if any) installed underneath it.

Fit the power supply line with a multipolar cut-out device with a contact opening gap equal to or greater than 3 mm in an easily accessible position close to the appliance.

Avoid use of adapters and shunts.

If the power cable is replaced, the crosssection of wires in the new cable must be no less than 0.75 mm

2

(3 x 0.75 cable), remembering that the end for connection to the appliance must have an earth wire

(yellow/green) which is at least 20 mm longer.

Only use a H05V2V2-F or similar cable resistant to the maximum temperature of

90°C. The cable must be replaced by a specialised technician who must carry out the connection to the power grid following the diagram below.

L = brown

N = blue

= yellow/green

The power supply cable must be replaced by an authorised service centre to prevent any risks.

The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage to persons or things caused by non-observance of the above prescriptions or by interference with any part of the appliance.

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Instructions for the installer

9. GAS CONNECTION

If the appliance is installed on an oven, you must avoid running the gas tube round the back of the oven in order to avoid overheating.

Connection to the gas supply network can be made using a

rigid copper hose

or a

flexible steel hose

with a continuous wall and in compliance with the guidelines established by the applicable standard.

To facilitate the connection, connector

A

on the back of the appliance can be orientated laterally; loosen hexagonal nut

B

, twist connector

A

into the required position then retighten hexagonal nut

B

(it is sealed with a rubber gasket). Once the operation is complete, check the hose fittings for leaks using a soapy solution; never use a flame.

The cooker hob is preset for

natural gas G20

(2H) at a pressure of 20 mbar. For supplying it with other types of gas, see chapter "10. ADAPTATION TO

DIFFERENT TYPES OF GAS". The gas inlet connection is threaded ½” for external gas (ISO 228-1).

Connection with a rigid copper hose

: The connection to the gas supply network must be made in such a way that it does not cause stresses of any type on the appliance.

The connection can be made using the adapter unit

D

with double cone, always inserting gasket

C

(provided) in between.

Connection with a flexible steel hose

: use only continuous wall stainless steel hoses that comply with the applicable standards, making sure to always insert gasket

C

(provided) between connector

A

and flexible hose

E

.

Installation with flexible hose must be carried out so that the length of the piping does not exceed 2 metres when fully extended; make sure that the hoses do not come into contact with moving parts and that they are not crushed in any way.

Instructions for the installer

9.1

Connection to LPG

Use a pressure regulator and make the connection on the gas cylinder following the guidelines set out in the regulations in force.

Make sure that the supply pressure complies with the values indicated in the paragraph “10.2 Burner and nozzle characteristics tables”.

9.2

Room ventilation

The room containing the appliance should be permanently ventilated in accordance with the standards in force. The room where the appliance is installed must have enough air flow needed for the regular combustion of gas and the necessary air change in the room itself. The air vents, protected by grills, must be the right size to comply with current regulations and positioned so that no part of them is obstructed, not even partially.

The room must be kept adequately ventilated in order to eliminate the heat and humidity produced by cooking: in particular, after prolonged use, you are recommended to open a window or to increase the speed of any fans.

9.3

Extraction of the combustion products

The combustion products may be extracted by means of hoods connected to a natural draught chimney whose efficiency is certain or via forced extraction. An efficient extraction system requires precision planning by a specialist qualified in this area and must comply with the positions and distances indicated by the regulations. When the job is complete, the installer must issue a certificate of conformity.

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Instructions for the installer

10.ADAPTATION TO DIFFERENT TYPES OF GAS

Before carrying out the following operations, disconnect the appliance from the power supply.

The cooker hob is preset for

natural gas G20

(2H) at a pressure of 20 mbar. If other types of gas are to be used, the nozzles must be replaced and the primary air must be adjusted.

In order to replace the nozzles and adjust the burners, the hob top must be removed as described below.

10.1 Removing the hob top

• Remove all the burner components, following the numerical sequence in the figures below:

• Take out all the knobs by pulling them upwards.

• Lift all the burner components off the hob.

• Remove the fastening plates from each burner by unscrewing the two screws.

• Remove the hob fastening screws, taking care to remove only the screws shown in the figure to the side.

components described above, lift the hob top upwards.

Instructions for the installer

Burner

Auxiliary (1)

Semi-rapid (2)

Rapid (3)

Ultra-rapid (4)

10.2 Adjustment for LPG

Unscrew screw

C

and push air regulator

D

as far as it will go.

Using a 7-mm wrench, remove nozzle

E

and replace it with the appropriate nozzle, following the instructions in the tables for the type of gas to be used. The nozzle tightening torque must be no more than

3 Nm

.

Adjust the air by sliding regulator D until distance

X

” from the table in “10.4 Primary air adjustment” is reached.

Lock regulator

D

by tightening screw

C

.

Rated heating capacity

(kW)

LPG – G30/G31

30/37 mbar

1.1

1.7

3.0

4.2

Nozzle diameter

1/100 mm

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62

82

98

Reduced capacity

(W)

400

500

1050

1600

Capacity g/h G30

80

124

218

305

Capacity g/h G31

79

121

214

300

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Instructions for the installer

10.3 Adjustment for natural gas

Burner

Auxiliary (1)

Semi-rapid (2)

Rapid (3)

Ultra-rapid (4)

The hob is preset for natural gas G20 (2H) at a pressure of 20 mbar. To reset the appliance for operation with this type of gas, carry out the same steps as described in “10.2 Adjustment for LPG”, but select the nozzles and adjust the primary air for natural gas as indicated in the table below and in "10.4 Primary air adjustment”. After the adjustments have been carried out, restore the seals with sealing wax or equivalent material.

Rated heating capacity

(kW)

Natural gas – G20

20 mbar

1.1

1.7

3.0

4.2

Nozzle diameter

1/100 mm

76

95

125

150

Reduced capacity

(W)

400

500

1050

1600

10.4 Primary air adjustment

Refers to distance “

X

” in mm.

BURNER

Auxiliary (1)

Semi-rapid (2)

G30/G31

30/37 mbar

1.5

1.5

G20

20 mbar

1

1

Rapid (3) 2 1

Ultra-rapid (4) 2.5

1.5

To identify the burners on your hob, refer to the drawings in “10.6 Arrangement of the burners on the cooking hob”.

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Instructions for the installer

10.5 Final operations

After making the adjustments described above, reassemble the appliance by following the instructions in “10.1 Removing the hob top” in reverse order.

10.5.1 Adjusting the minimum setting for city and natural gas

Reposition the components on the burner and slide the knobs onto the tap rods.

Light the burner and set it on the minimum position. Extract the knob again and turn the adjustment screw inside or next to the tap rod

(depending on the model) until the correct minimum flame is achieved.

Refit the knob and verify that the burner flame is stable (when turning the knob rapidly from the maximum to the minimum position the flame must not go out).

10.5.2 Adjusting the minimum setting for LPG

To adjust the minimum setting with LPG, you must tighten the screw inside or next to the tap rod (depending on the model) fully in a clockwise direction.

The bypass diameters for each individual burner are shown in table “10.2

Adjustment for LPG”.

After adjustment with a gas other than the preset one, replace the label on the casing of the appliance with the label corresponding to the new gas. The label is inserted inside the pack together with the nozzles.

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Instructions for the installer

10.6 Arrangement of the burners on the cooking hob

BURNERS

2 3

2

3

2 1

1

4

2

1. Auxiliary

2. Semi-rapid

3. Rapid

4. Ultra-rapid

10.7 Lubrication of gas taps

Over time the gas taps may become difficult to turn and get blocked. Clean them internally and replace the lubrication grease.

This procedure must be carried out by a specialised technician

.

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