Ancona AN-2162 Ancona 48" Commercial Style Stainless Steel Slide-in Gas Cooktop Product Manual

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Ancona AN-2162 Ancona 48

30” and 36”

/ AN-2248WHT / AN-2230SSBK / AN-2236SSBK / AN-2248SSBK

& and

Installation Instructions

Before You Begin

INSTALLERS - Start Here

Safety Instructions are on pages 4 to 10 and

Installation Instructions are on pages 11 to 22.

Please perform these steps:

1. Read the safety instructions.

2. Read all instructions in the Installation section of this manual BEFORE installing the appliance.

3. Remove all packing materials from the oven before connecting the gas supply.

4. Observe all governing codes and ordinances.

5. When

fi

nished, make sure to leave these instructions with the consumer.

6. Installation is only to be done by a quali

fi

ed technician, but ultimately proper installation is the responsibility of the installer.

7. Product failure due to improper installation is not covered under the Warranty.

CONSUMERS - Start Here

Safety Instructions are on pages 23 to 24 and

Operating Instructions are on pages 25 to 33.

Please perform these steps:

1. Read the safety instructions.

2. Read all instructions in the manual BEFORE operating the appliance.

3. Remove all packing materials from the oven before using.

4. Observe all governing codes and ordinances.

5. Installation is only to be done by a quali

fi

ed technician, but ultimately proper installation is the responsibility of the installer.

6. Product failure due to improper installation is not covered under the Warranty.

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Table of Contents

Before You Begin ..................................................................................................................................... 2

Table of Contents .................................................................................................................................... 3

Important Safety Information .................................................................................................................. 4

Installation ............................................................................................................................................. 11

Included Parts ................................................................................................................................. 11

Tools and Additional Parts Needed ................................................................................................. 12

Range Top Dimensions ................................................................................................................... 13

Range Dimensions .......................................................................................................................... 14

Gas Range Top Speci fi cations ........................................................................................................ 15

Gas Range Speci fi cations ............................................................................................................... 15

Step 1 - Read the Safety Precautions ............................................................................................. 16

Step 2 - Plan Desired Location, Unpack the Range and Prepare Tools ......................................... 16

Step 3A (range tops only) - Prepare Cut-Out .................................................................................. 16

Step 3B (ranges only) - Dimensions and Clearances ..................................................................... 17

Step 4 - Gas Connection ................................................................................................................ 17

Step 5 - Lique fi ed Petroleum (Propane) Gas Conversion ............................................................... 19

Adjusting the Regulator Pressure ...................................................................................... 19

Changing Burner Nozzles .................................................................................................. 20

Step 6 (ranges only) - Install Anti-Tip Bracket ................................................................................ 21

Step 7 - Connect to AC................................................................................................................... 21

Step 8 - Finish Installation............................................................................................................... 22

Safety Before Operating ........................................................................................................................ 23

Operation ............................................................................................................................................... 25

Guidelines for Using Cooktop Burners ........................................................................................... 25

Surface Burner Ignition ................................................................................................................... 25

Heat Settings .................................................................................................................................. 25

Simmer and Boil .............................................................................................................................. 26

Flame Size ....................................................................................................................................... 26

Power Failure .................................................................................................................................. 26

Cooktop .......................................................................................................................................... 26

Burner Grates .................................................................................................................................. 26

Oven Vent (ranges only) .................................................................................................................. 27

Oven Operation (ranges only) ......................................................................................................... 27

Broiler Operation (ranges only) ....................................................................................................... 28

Griddle Operation (applicable models only) .................................................................................... 29

Maintenance .......................................................................................................................................... 29

Replacing the Oven Light (ranges only) .......................................................................................... 29

Removing the Oven Door and Kick Plate (ranges only) .................................................................. 30

Care and Cleaning ................................................................................................................................. 31

Troubleshooting Tips ............................................................................................................................. 33

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Important Safety Information

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USE

Read and follow all instructions before using your oven to prevent the risk of fi re, electric shock, personal injury, or damage when using the appliance. This guide does not cover all possible conditions that may occur.

Always contact your service technician or manufacturer about problems that you do not understand.

DANGER

: When you see this symbol in the instructions, it indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

WARNING

: When you see this symbol in the instructions, it indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.

WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS

INSTALLATION

Dispose the carton and plastic bags after the appliance is unpacked. Cartons covered with rugs, bedspreads, or plastic sheets can become air-tight chambers.

Remove all staples from the carton. Staples can cause severe cuts and destroy fi nishes if they come in contact with other appliances or furniture.

codes and ordinances and with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1—latest edition and the National Electrical

Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70—latest edition in United States, or CAN/CGA B149.1, B149.2, and the Canadian Electrical

Code, Part 1, in Canada.

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Important Safety Information

WARNINGS

other fl ammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

intakes open and in good working order or by installing an extractor hood with discharge pipe. If the appliance is used intensively for a long time the effectiveness of the ventilation will have to be increased, for example by opening a window or increasing the power of any electric extractor fan.

approved by UL or CSA. For more information, contact your gas supplier.

smell gas” instructions on the previous page.

installer, servicer or the gas supplier. Ask your dealer to recommend a quali fi ed technician and an authorized repair service. Know how to shut off gas supply at the meter and disconnect the electrical power to the appliance at the circuit breaker or fuse box in case of an emergency. Have the installer show you the location of the appliance gas shut-off valve and how to shut it off if necessary.

appliance or near surface units. This includes paper, plastic and cloth items, such as cookbooks, plastic ware and towels, as well as fl ammable liquids. Do not store explosives, such as aerosol cans, on or near the appliance. Flammable materials may explode and result in fi re or property damage.

Maintenance: Keep appliance area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline, and other vapors and liquids.

Storage in or on the appliance fl ammable

: Flammable materials should not be stored in an oven or near surface units.

speci fi cally recommended in this manual. All other servicing should be done only by a quali fi ed technician.

This may reduce the risk of personal injury and damage to the appliance.

Proper Installation : The appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the

National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70. In Canada, the appliance must be electrically grounded in accordance with Canadian Electrical Code. Be sure the appliance is properly installed and grounded by a quali fi ed technician.

IN THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, THE FOLLOWING

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS APPLY: quali quali fi fi ed or licensed contractor, plumber, or gasfi tter ed or licensed by the State of Massachusetts.

three feet.

STATE OF CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNINGS: by removing panels, wire covers or any other part of the product.

Enforcement Act requires the Governor of California to publish a list of substances known to the state to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm and requires businesses to warn customers of potential exposure to such substances.

such as stepping, leaning, or sitting on the doors.

downward air fl ow on to the appliance, shall not be used in conjunction with gas appliances other than when the hood and appliance have been designed, tested and listed by an independent test laboratory for use in combination with each other.

curtains or paper blinds on that window. They could blow over the surface burners and ignite, causing a fi re hazard.

of these substances, namely, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde and soot, caused primarily by the incomplete combustion of natural gas or LP fuels.

Properly adjusted burners, indicated by a bluish rather than yellow fl ame, will minimize incomplete combustion.

Exposure to these substances can be minimized by venting with an open window or by using a ventilation fan or hood.

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Important Safety Information

DANGER

above the appliance or on the back splash of appliance.

Children should not be left alone or unattended in the area where appliance is in use. Do not allow children to climb or play around the appliance. They should never be allowed to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.

Children climbing on the appliance to reach items could be seriously injured.

BURNERS, GRATES, OR ANY AREAS NEAR THEM.

Surface burners or appliance may be hot even though fl ames are not visible. Areas near surface burners or appliance may become hot enough to cause burns.

During and after use, do not touch, or let clothing or other fl ammable materials touch these areas until they have had suf fi cient time to cool.

grease that could catch fi re. Exhaust fan ventilation hoods and grease fi lters should be kept clean. Do not allow grease to accumulate on hood or fi lter. Greasy deposits in the fan could catch fi re. When cooking food, instructions for cleaning.

Pot/pan handles should be turned inward and not extend over adjacent surface burners. To reduce the risk of burns, ignition of fl ammable materials, and spillage due to unintentional contact with the pot/pan, the handle of the utensil should be positioned so that it is turned inward, and does not extend over adjacent surface burners.

settings. Boilovers cause smoke and greasy spillovers that may ignite, or a pan that has boiled dry may melt.

using the appliance. Do not let clothing or other fl ammable materials contact hot surfaces.

appliance. Use aluminum foil only to cover food during cooking. Improper installation of these liners may result in risk of electric shock or fi re.

a dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.

- You know you have a Class A, B or C extinguisher, and

you already know how to operate it.

- The fi re is small and contained in the area where it

is started.

- The fi re department is being/has been called.

- You can fi ght the grease may catch fi fi re with your back to an exit.

re if allowed to become too hot.

earthenware, or other glazed utensils are suitable for appliance service without breaking due to the sudden recommendations for appliance use.

burner is accidentally turned on, the decorative cover will become hot and possibly melt. You will not be able to see that the burner is on. Burns will occur if the hot covers are touched. Damage may also be done to the appliance or burners because the covers may cause overheating. Air will be blocked from the burner and cause combustion problems.

hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do not let potholders touch hot heating elements, the fl ame or burners. Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth instead of a potholder.

does not extend beyond the edge of the pot/pan. The use of undersized pots/pans will expose a portion of the burner fl ame to direct contact and may result in ignition of clothing. Proper relationship of pot/pan to fl ame will also improve ef fi ciency.

pressure may cause the container to burst and result in injury.

extend beyond the edge of the cooking utensil.

serious injuries and also cause damage to the appliance.

Never use this appliance as a space heater to heat or warm the room. Doing so may result in carbon monoxide poisoning and overheating.

check that the burner has lit. Then adjust the fl ame so it does not extend beyond the edge of the pot/pan.

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CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING:

This product contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer, or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

Important Safety Information

DANGER

equipped with surface units of different sizes. Select pots/pans having fl at bottoms large enough to cover the surface unit. The use of undersized utensils will expose a portion of the surface heating unit to direct contact and may result in ignition of clothing. Proper relationship of utensil to the surface unit will also improve ef fi ciency.

use a stove top grill on a sealed gas burner, it will cause incomplete combustion and can result in exposure to carbon monoxide levels above allowable current standards. This can be hazardous to your health. before operating it. These materials can ignite, causing smoke and/or fi re damage.

TIPPING DANGER

SECURED WITH A PROPERLY INSTALLED ANTI-TIP DEVICE.

THE DEATH OF A CHILD OR ADULT.

or wall then slide range back so rear range foot is under anti-tip bracket.

the wall. If it tips forward more than 4 inches, the anti-tip device has not been has not been installed correctly.

by the anti-tip bracket.

much force or weight is applied to the open door.

Do not operate the range without the anti-tip bracket in place.

Before removing label, ensure anti-tip bracket is properly installed.

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Important Safety Information

VENTILATION WARNINGS

to keep the unit operating properly and maintain the temperature of immediate surroundings within safe limits. Check your local building codes as they may vary from the general rules outlined in this guide. obstruct fl ow of combustion and ventilation air.

installation clearances speci fi ed on the model/serial rating plate.

necessary for the combustion of the gas must be able to fl ow into the room naturally. The air must fl ow into the room directly through openings in the outside walls.

These openings must have an unobstructed crosssection not less than 2m3/h for each kw of power (see total power in kw on the appliance).

not be obstructed from inside or outside, and not be constructed close to the fl oor. The opening is recommended to be on the side opposite to that on which the fl ue gases are discharged.

The appliance should be located for convenient use in the kitchen.

of the sides and rear of the range.

It is recommended that the unit be operated with an oven head, vented exhaust hood of suf fi cient size and capacity.

overheated surface units, cabinet storage space located above the surface units should be avoided. If cabinet storage is to be provided, the risk can be reduced by installing a range hood or microwave hood combination with minimum 600 CFM that projects horizontally a minimum of 5” (12.7 cm) beyond the bottom of the cabinets. maintain a 30” minimum clearance between cooking surface and bottom of range hood. The range hood must be connected directly to fl ues or to the outside. when possible. If cabinetry is used above the cooking surface, use cabinets no more than 13” deep. Make sure the wall coverings, countertop and cabinets around the appliance can withstand heat up to 200º F (93°C) generated by the appliance. used. Given dimensions are minimum clearances.

18” minimum clearance between countertop and cabinet bottom (see Figure 1).

installed must be sealed.

wall coverings, countertops and cabinets around the appliance can withstand at least 200°F (93°C).

range if installing range over carpeting.

Tip Bracket” section on page 21.

to AC” section on page 21, as well as the safety precautions on page 10.

as the safety precautions on page 9.

It is the responsibility of the installer to make certain that the appliance is properly adjusted at the time of installation. Situations caused by improper adjustments or improper installation are not covered under the warranty.

13” (33 cm) Max.

13” (33 cm) Max.

18” (45.7 cm) Min.

30” (76.2 cm) Min.

30”(76.2 cm)

Min.

18” (45.7 cm) Min.

36” (91.4 cm) 36” (91.4 cm)

Figure 1

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Important Safety Information

INSTALLATION WARNINGS

To avoid damage to your cabinets, check with your builder or cabinet supplier to make sure that the materials used will not discolor, delaminate or sustain other damage.

501A, ANSI A119.2.2–1982, or with local codes.

In Canada, the installation of this range must conform with the current standards CAN/CSA-A240-latest edition, CAN/CGA Z240.4.2, or with local codes.

MOBILE HOME – ADDITIONAL INSTALLATION

REQUIREMENTS:

The installation of this appliance must conform to the

Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standard,

Title 24 CFR, Part 3280 (formerly the Federal Standard for Mobile Home Construction and Safety, Title 24, HUD

Part 280).

When such standard is not applicable, use the Standard for Manufactured Home Installations, ANSI A225.1/NFPA

MOBILE HOME INSTALLATIONS REQUIRE:

When this range is installed in a mobile home, it must be secured to the fl oor during transit. Any method of securing the range is adequate as long as it conforms to the standards listed above.

The installation of appliances designed for recreational park trailers must conform with state or other codes or, in the absence of such codes, with the standard for recreational park trailers, ANSI A119.5.

GAS DANGER

Explosion hazard conditions will exist unless you perform ALL of the following: stove connector. To prevent gas leaks, put an approved sealing compound which is resistant to lique fi ed petroleum gases on all threaded connections.

ly should be located near the opening for this appliance (see Figure 2, ranges only): supply line.

6.25”

2” gas pressure does not exceed 10” (25 cm) (range tops)/14” (36 cm) (ranges) water column.

- Licensed heating personnel

- Authorized gas company personnel

- Authorized service personnel

Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fi re.

Shortest connection from hard pipe stub location to range hook-up.

10.5”

4”

2”

Area allows for fl ush installation with through-thewall connection of pipe stub / shut-off valve and rear wall

Area allows for fl ush installation with through-thefl oor connection of pipe stub / shut-off valve.

120V outlet.

Figure 2

Types of Gas

NATURAL GAS:

IMPORTANT : This installation must conform with all local codes and ordinances. In the absence of local codes, installation must conform with American National

Standard, National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 / NFPA

54. - latest edition, or CAN/CGA B149 - latest edition. In

Canada, installation must conform to the current natural

Gas Installation /code, CAN 1-1.1-M81 and with local codes where applicable. This appliance has been designcerti fi ed according to ANSI Z21.1b-201 latest edition.

A statement of the maximum gas supply pressure in accordance with the inlet pressure rating of the gas appliance pressure regulator supplied.

IMPORTANT : Leak testing of the appliance must be after proper conversion, for use with LP gas.

model/serial rating plate has information on the types of gas that can be used. If the types of gas listed do not include the type of gas available, check with the local gas supplier.

LP GAS CONVERSION:

Conversion must be done by a quali fi ed service technician.

with 1/2-inch black iron pipe or a certi fi ed fl exible type

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Important Safety Information

GAS CONNECTIONS (All Units) GAS LINE SHUT-OFF VALVE

Important: Do not apply pressure directly to the appliance manifold pipe when tightening supply connections. The manifold pipe should be held securely at the pressure regulator to prevent twisting. Hold the pressure regulator with a wrench during the tightening of the connection, or the manifold pipe may be twisted and split and cause a dangerous leak.

Note: Check all piping connections in the unit for leaks.

Never use an open fl ame to check for gas leaks. Use a soap solution, 75% water, 25% dish washing soap. It is possible for connections made at the factory to leak, due to vibration encountered in transportation. Make certain you have checked them all, and repair any connections that leak.

disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psig. piping system by closing its individual manual shut-off valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psig.

or a thread compound approved for use with LP or

Natural gases to all threaded connections. in an easily accessed location outside the range in the gas piping external to the appliance for the purpose of turning on or shutting off gas to the appliance.

internal thread elbow at inlet of regulator. Use a wrench on the regulator fi tting to avoid damage.

Install male 1/2” or 3/4” fl are union adapter to the NPT internal thread of the manual shut-off valve, taking care to secure the shut-off valve to keep it from turning.

ELECTRICAL DANGER

Electrical Shock Hazard.

Do not use an extension cord.

Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, fi re, or electrical shock.

2161), 27.5 kW (AN-2162), 3 A for range tops. Total

Input Power is 23.4 kW (AN-2230SS/BK/WHT), 30.2 kW (AN-2236SS/BK/WHT), 41.1 kW (AN-2248SS/BK/

WHT), 5 A for ranges. A dedicated circuit, protected by a minimum 15 to 20-amp time delay fuse or circuit breaker is required.

for this appliance to satisfactorily meet the application needs must be made by a quali fi ed service technician and all codes and requirements of the authority having jurisdiction. Failure to follow the instructions could result in serious injury or property damage. The quali fi ed agency performing this work assumes responsibility for the conversion.

or an extension cord. If a 2-prong wall receptacle is the only available outlet, it is the personal responsibility of the consumer to have it replaced with a properly grounded 3-prong wall receptacle installed by a quali fi ed electrician.

the appliance is not installed by a quali electrician.

fi ed installer or connect to a 15-Amp or 20-Amp power supply.

— 10 — grounded.

The power supply must be the correct polarity. Reverse polarity will result in continuous sparking of the electrodes, even after fl ame ignition. If there is any doubt as to whether the power supply has the correct polarity or grounded, have it checked by a quali fi ed electrician.

WARNINGS: cooking appliance is equipped with a three-prong

(grounding) plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded three-pronged receptacle.

plug.

Caution: label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing.

Included Parts

Range Top

Installation

Range

Griddle (48” models only)

Adjustable Feet

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Gas pipe adapter with washer

Installation

Tools and Additional Parts Needed

Tape measure Phillips screwdriver Flat blade screwdriver

1/8” fl at blade screwdriver

Hex screwdriver Level Hand or electric drill

Wrench or pliers Pipe wrench 15/16” combination wrench

1/8” (3.2 mm) drill bit (for wood fl oors)

Noncorrosive leak-detection solution

Marker or pencil Pipe-joint compound resistant to

LP gas

For Additional Parts:

Check local codes, consult gas supplier and check existing gas/

Requirements” sections.

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Installation

Range Top Dimensions

AN-2160

27.25”

(69.2 cm)

7.5”

(19.1 cm)

30” (76.2 cm)

5”

(12.7 cm)

5.25”

(13.3 cm)

4.25”

(10.8 cm)

20.75”

(52.7 cm)

AN-2161

AN-2162

27.25”

(69.2 cm)

7.5”

(19.1 cm)

27.25”

(69.2 cm)

7.5”

(19.1 cm)

1.75”

(4.4 cm)

1.75”

(4.4 cm)

36” (91.4 cm)

30” (76.2 cm)

9”

(22.9 cm)

5”

(12.7 cm)

5.25”

(13.3 cm)

4.25”

(10.8 cm)

20.75”

(52.7 cm)

26.5” (67.3 cm)

36” (91.4 cm)

48” (121.9 cm)

1.75”

(4.4 cm)

32.5” (82.5 cm) 1.75”

(4.4 cm)

9”

(22.9 cm) 5”

(12.7 cm)

5.25”

(13.3 cm)

4.25”

(10.8 cm)

20.75”

(52.7 cm)

18” (45.7 cm) Min.

1.75”

(4.4 cm)

13” (33 cm) Max.

DANGER:

48” (121.9 cm) around the appliance can withstand heat up to 200º F

(93°C) generated by the appliance.

30” (76.2 cm) Min.

used. Given dimensions are minimum clearances.

(22.9 cm)

18” minimum clearance between countertop and cabinet bottom.

36” (91.4 cm)

22.25” (56.5 cm) 22.25” (56.5 cm) 1.75”

(4.4 cm)

Figure 4

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Range Dimensions

AN-2230SS

30” (76.3 cm)

Installation

27.3” (69.4 cm)

34.8”

(88.4 cm)

34.8”

(88.4 cm)

3.1” (8 cm) -

4.3” (11 cm)

AN-2236SS

36” (91.5 cm) 27.3” (69.4 cm)

34.8”

(88.4 cm)

34.8”

(88.4 cm)

3.1” (8 cm) -

4.3” (11 cm)

AN-2248SS

47.9” (121.7 cm)

27.3” (69.4 cm)

34.8”

(88.4 cm)

34.8”

(88.4 cm)

7.5”

(19.2 cm)

20.”1

(51.1 cm)

4.3”

(11 cm)

3.1” (8 cm) -

4.3” (11 cm)

WARNING:

The use of cabinets for storage above the appliance may result in a potential fire hazard. Combustible items may ignite; metallic items may become hot and cause burns. If a cabinet storage is to be provided, the risk can be reduced by installing a range hood that projects horizontally a minimum of 5” (12.7 cm) beyond the bottom of the cabinets.

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7.5”

(19.1 cm)

20.”1

(51.1 cm)

4.3”

(11 cm)

7.5”

(19.1 cm)

20.”1

(51.1 cm)

4.3”

(11 cm)

Installation

GAS RANGE TOP SPECIFICATIONS

Installation

Note: Minimum clearance for back wall is 0” with backsplash (backguard) or high shelf.

If a range hood is installed above the range top, maintain a 30” (76.2 cm) minimum clearance between the range top and the bottom of the range hood.

The range top should only be used with ducted range hoods.

For best smoke elimination, the minimum clearance of the range hood should be installed 30” to 36” above the range top surface. Recommended CFM should be 600 CFM for the 30” range top.

Do not install with a downdraft ventilation system.

The range top CANNOT be installed directly adjacent to sidewalls, tall cabinets, tall appliances, or other side vertical surfaces above 36” (91.4 cm) high. There must be a minimum of 6” (15.2 cm) side clearance from the range top to such combustible surfaces above the 36” (91.4 cm) counter height.

Within the 6” (15.2 cm) side clearance to combustible vertical surfaces above 36” (91.4 cm), the maximum wall cabinet depth must be 13” (33.0 cm) and wall cabinets within this 6” (15.2 cm) side clearance must be 18” (45.7 cm) above the

36” (91.4 cm) high countertop.

WARNING:

Installation in an island

Note: There must be a minimum of 6” (15.2 cm) clearance from rear of range top to a combustible wall. Clearances from non-combustible materials are not part of the ANSI Z21.1 scope and are not certi fi ed by CSA. Clearances to non-combustible materials must be approved by the authority having jurisdiction.

This range top may be installed directly adjacent to existing 36” (91.4 cm) high base cabinets.

GAS RANGE SPECIFICATIONS

Before installing the range, you must locate and secure the included anti-tip bracket to the wall for your range.

The range may be installed fl ush to the rear wall. You may install a non-combustible material on the rear wall above the range and up to the vent hood. It is not necessary to install non-combustible materials behind the range below the countertop height.

The minimum distance from the side of the range above the countertop to combustible sidewalls must be at least 10 inches.

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Installation

STEP 1

Read the Safety Precautions

Please read the safety precautions on pages 4 to 10. Safety instructions pertaining to each step have been outlined in the installation steps; however it is important to read ALL the safety instructions.

IMPORTANT: It is the installer’s responsibility to comply with installation clearances.

STEP 2

Plan Desired Location, Unpack the Appliance and Prepare Tools

Plan a desirable location that fi ts all requirements in the Safety and Install sections of this manual. Unpack the appliance and parts carefully (all burners, burner caps and cooking grates). Make sure all parts are included as shown on page 11 and set aside. Assemble all tools as shown on page 12. DO NOT remove the protective fi lm covering the appliance.

WARNINGS (ranges only): the floor. The unit is heavy and rests on adjustable steel legs.

WARNING (ranges only):

DO NOT LIFT THE UNIT BY THE OVEN DOOR HANDLE.

STEP 3A (range tops only)

Prepare Cut-Out

Cut the opening in the countertop. To ensure accuracy it is best to make a template (see Figure 5) for the opening.

Make sure the sides are parallel also rear and front cuts are exactly perpendicular to the sides. Observe all minimum clearances.

AN-2160 / 30-inch models (Length × Depth × Height):

30.5” × 26” × 7.5” (77.5 cm × 66 cm × 19.1 cm)

AN-2161 / 36-inch models (Length × Depth × Height):

36.5” × 26” × 7.5” (92.7 cm × 66 cm × 19.1 cm)

AN-2162 / 48-inch models (Length × Depth × Height):

48.5” × 26” × 7.5” (123.2 cm × 66 cm × 19.1 cm)

Depth

Height

Length

Figure 5

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Installation

STEP 3B (ranges only)

Dimensions and Clearances

Before installing the range, you must locate and secure the included anti-tip bracket to the wall for your range.

The range may be installed fl ush to the rear wall. You may install a non-combustible material on the rear wall above the range and up to the vent hood. It is not necessary to install non-combustible materials behind the range below the countertop height.

The minimum distance from the side of the range above the countertop to combustible sidewalls must be at least 10 inches.

30”(76.2 cm)

Min.

18” (45.7 cm) Min.

13” (33 cm) Max.

36” (91.4 cm)

Figure 6

STEP 4

Gas Connection

Range Tops:

This range top is designed to operate at a pressure of 4” of water column on natural gas or 10” of water column on propane gas (LPG).

This range top can be converted for use on Liquid propane gas (LPG). When using this range top on LPG gas, conversion must be made by a quali fi ed installer before attempting to operate the range top on that gas.

For correct operation, the pressure of natural gas supplied to the regulator should be between 4” and 5” of water column.

For LP gas, the pressure supplied must be between 10” and

12” of water column.

When checking for correct operation of the regulator, the inlet pressure must be at least 1” more than the operating manifold pressure as given above.

Ranges:

For NG, input pressure is 7” W.C. and output pressure 5”

W.C.

For LP, input pressure is 11” W.C. and output pressure: 10”

W.C.

Appliance regulator is set at 5.0” W.C. outlet pressure.

The gas supply pressure for checking the regulator setting is

5” (Natural Gas) and 10” (LP gas). Connect fl exible gas line connector to the regulator on the range. Position range to permit connection at the shut off valve.

DANGER:

The gas supply line must be equipped with an approved manual shut-off valve. The shut-off valve must be in an easily accessible location in the same room as the appliance. Do not block access to the shut-off valve. Be sure you know how and where to shut off the gas supply to the range.

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Installation

STEP 4 (Continued)

Gas Connection

The pressure regulator located at the inlet of the appliance manifold must remain in the supply line regardless of Natural

(NG) or Liquid Propane (LP) gas is being used.

A fl exible metal appliance connector used to connect the appliance to the gas supply should be 3 feet/91.4 cm max. in length for easy installation. In Canada, fl exible connectors should be single wall metal connectors less than 6 feet/182.9 cm in length.

WARNINGS:

Examples of a qualified person include: licensed heating personnel, authorized gas company personnel, and authorized service personnel.

u Shut off the main gas supply valve before removing the old cooking appliance (if applicable) and leave it forget to relight the pilots on other gas appliances when you turn the gas back on. w Use a fl exible gas line to connect to the 1/2” fi tting, located on the bottom right hand corner underneath the appliance.

v Because hard piping restricts movement of the appliance, the use of a CSA certi fi ed fl exible metal appliance connector is recommended unless local codes require a hard-piped connection. Never reuse an old connector when installing a new appliance. If the hard piping method is used, you must carefully align the pipe.

To prevent gas leaks, use pipe joint compound resistant to NG gases on all male external pipe threads.

x When all connections have been made, be sure all appliance controls are in the off position and turn on the main gas supply valve. Check for gas leaks by using a 75% water,

25% dish washing soap solution. If a gas leak occurs, shut off gas immediately, tighten all connections, and retest for leaks.

Figure 7

DANGER:

Do not use a flame to check for leaks from gas connections. Checking for leaks with a flame may result in a fire or explosion.

manifold pipe has not moved. A misalignment could cause the valve stems to rub on the control panel, resulting in a gas leak at the valve.

pressure testing of that system at test pressures in excess of 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa or 12” water column).

Isolate the appliance from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shut-off valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa or 12” water column).

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Installation

STEP 5 (Optional)

(Must be done before Step 6 if converting to Propane)

Lique

fi

ed Petroleum (Propane)

Gas Conversion

This appliance can be used with Natural Gas or LP/Propane

Gas. It is shipped from the factory for use with Natural Gas. A kit for converting to LP gas is supplied with your appliance. w x

Unscrew the regulator cap with a wrench (see Figure

9).

Remove retainer pin by pulling it out (see Figure 10).

Figure 10

WARNINGS: pages 4 to 10.

Step 4 can result in serious personal injury and property damage.

The conversion must be performed by a qualified service technician in accordance with the kit instructions and all local codes and requirements. Failure to follow instructions could result in serious injury or property damage. The qualified agency performing this work assumes responsibility for the conversion.

y Reverse the retainer pin and snap it back into the regulator cap (see Figure 11).

Figure 11 u When the appliance is converted for Liquid Petroleum

(LP) Gas, the LP gas supply is required to provide a minimum of 10” to a maximum of 12” water column to the appliance regulator.

Following LP Gas

Conversion, complete

Regulator Pressure”;

U Screw the regulator cap back into the regulator and re-attach it to the nipple and fl are union as shown.

DO NOT over-tighten (see Figures 12 and 13).

Burner Flames”; and

.

Figure 8

Adjusting the Regulator Pressure

v Shut off the gas supply to the appliance by closing the manual shut-off valve

(see Figure 8). Disconnect electrical power to the appliance before servicing. Do not remove regulator or allow it to turn during servicing.

Manual

Shut off

Valve

Flare

Union Gas Flow

Figure 12

Flare

Union

Pressure

Regulator

Figure 9

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On

Off

Joint Joint

Access

Cap

Figure 13

Installation

STEP 5 (Continued)

Lique

fi

ed Petroleum (Propane)

Gas Conversion

Changing Burner Nozzles

INSTALLATION TIP: To prevent any omissions, remove ALL existing Natural Gas nozzles before replacing them with the LP nozzles.

WARNING:

Save the natural gas orifices removed from the appliance for possible future conversions to natural gas. You should use the following process to convert to Natural gas. Take extra care when handling steel parts.

V Remove the burner grates, burner caps and burner rings. Using the a 7mm nut driver, remove ALL the existing Natural Gas burner nozzles. Carefully read and observe each nozzle label for correct location

(DO NOT force or over-tighten nozzles as doing so will damage the burner base and affect the fl ame).

WARNING:

Care should be taken when removing and replacing gas components. Use proper support to prevent damage to components.

W Install the proper nozzles in the exact locations as noted in the illustrations below (see Figures 14).

30”

C

D B

A

Burner

A

B

C

D

Broil

Oven

NG

1.79

1.36

1.79

1.36

1.42

2.13

LPG

1.16

0.9

1.16

0.9

0.94

1.4

36”

48”

F

E

D

C

H

G

F

E C

D B

A

B

A

Burner

D

E

F

Broil

Oven

A

B

C

NG

1.36*2+0.73

1.57

1.07

1.36

1.79

1.36

1.42

2.13

LPG

0.89*2+0.53

1.0

0.74

0.9

1.16

0.9

0.94

1.4

Burner

F

E

G

H

A

B

C

D

Broil

Oven

18” Oven

NG

1.36*2+0.73

1.57

1.07

1.36

1.36*2+0.73

1.57

1.07

1.36

1.42

2.13

1.68

LPG

0.89*2+0.53

1.0

0.74

0.9

0.89*2+0.53

1.0

0.74

0.9

0.94

1.4

1.09

Figure 14

Débit d'entrée du bruleur (BTU/h) / Burner input rating

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Installation

STEP 6 (ranges only)

Install Anti-Tip Bracket

To reduce the risk of tipping of the range, the range must be secured to the fl oor with a properly installed Anti-Tip Bracket

(included).

All ranges can tip and cause injuries. Install anti-tip device packaged with range, follow all Installation Instructions.

Failure to install the Anti-Tip Bracket will allow the range to tip over if excessive weight is placed on an open door or if a child climbs upon it. Serious injury might result from spilled hot liquids or from the range itself. If range is ever moved to a different location, the Anti-Tip Bracket must be re-installed.

Make sure the anti-tip bracket is installed: u Slide range forward.

v Make sure the anti-tip bracket is securely attached to the wall behind the range.

w Safely tilt the front of the range upward slightly and move back against wall, Making sure the pin slides under bracket.

Figure 15

STEP 7

Connect to AC

DANGER: and all local codes and requirements.

label on back of appliance.

regulations in force.

The electrical socket must be easily accessible with the appliance installed. In all cases, the power supply lead must be positioned so that it does not reach a temperature of 50°C (122°F) above the room temperature at any point.

therefore necessary that all installation and connection operations are carried out by qualified personnel, complying with the local and general regulations in force.

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Installation

(grounding) plug which mates with a standard threeprong grounding wall receptacle to minimize the possibility of electrical shock hazard from the appliance.

relative to location of the wall receptacle and a warning to the user to disconnect the electrical supply before serving the appliance.

encountered, it is the responsibility and obligation of the customer to have it replaced with a properly grounded threeprong wall receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from the power cord.

Figure 16 Figure 17 Figure 18

WARNING: can cause overheating or burning.

contact with any parts or components that get hot.

STEP 8A (range tops only)

Finish Installation

u Gently slide in the range top half into the cut-out, make sure your gas connection and electrical power plug are properly installed.

w Install all burners and burner caps.

x Install all grates.

v range top all the way back to the wall.

STEP 8B (ranges only)

Finish Installation

u When all connections have been made, check that on the main gas supply valve.

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Safety Before Operating

Safety Precautions

Before operating this appliance it is VERY important that you read the safety precautions on pages 4 to 10 as well as all safety precautions listed on this and the following pages with the header, “Safety Before Operating” .

multi-purpose dry chemical or foam-type fi re extinguisher.

touching them.

quali fi ed service technician or installer for the type of gas (natural or LP) that is to be used. Your appliance can be converted for use with either type of gas. See the installation instructions section in this manual.

These adjustments must be done by a quali fi ed service and all codes and requirements of the authority having jurisdiction. Failure to follow these instructions could result in serious injury or property damage. The quali fi ed agency performing this work assumes responsibility for the conversion.

provide the air inlet and outlet that are necessary for the appliance to operate properly with correct combustion. serious injuries and also cause damage to the appliance.

DO NOT allow children to climb or play around the appliance. The weight of a child may cause the appliance to tip, resulting in serious burns or other injury.

cabinets above a appliance or on the backsplash of appliance—children climbing on the appliance to reach items could be seriously injured.

DO NOT leave children alone or unattended where appliance is hot or in operation. They could be seriously burned.

DO NOT let anyone climb, stand or hang on the cooktop.

They could damage the range or cause it to tip over which could result in severe personal injury.

grounded by a quali fi ed installer, according to the installation instructions. Any adjustment and service should be performed only by quali fi ed gas range installers or service technicians.

of kitchen traf fi c path and out of drafty locations.

DO NOT attempt to repair or replace any part of your appliance unless it is speci fi cally mentioned in this manual.

All other service should be referred to a quali fi ed technician.

warm the room. Doing so may result in carbon monoxide poisoning and overheating of the oven.

using the appliance. Be careful when reaching for items placed in cabinets over the appliance. Flammable material could be ignited if brought in contact with fl ame or hot oven surfaces and may cause severe burns.

DO NOT place fl ammable materials in an oven, a warming drawer or near a cooktop.

DO NOT place or use combustible materials such as gasoline or other fl ammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

DO NOT allow cooking grease or other fl ammable materials in or near the appliance.

DO NOT use water on grease fi res. Never touch a fl aming pan. Turn the controls off. Smother a fl aming pan on a surface burner by covering the pan completely with a wellfi tting lid, cookie sheet or fl at tray. A grease fi re can be put out by covering it with baking soda or, if available, by using a multi-purpose dry chemical or foam-type fi re extinguisher. Flame in the upper oven or lower oven drawer can be smothered completely by closing the oven door or drawer and turning the control to off, or by using a

— 23 — appliance before operating it to prevent fi re or smoke damage should the packaging material ignite.

When cooking, set the burner controls so that the fl ame heats only the bottom of the utensil and does not overlap at the sides of the utensil.

Utensils (pots and pans) that conduct heat slowly, i.e. glass pots, should be used in conjunction with burner fl ames at a low or medium setting.

Turn off all controls and wait for appliance parts to cool down before touching them. Do not touch the burner grates or surrounding areas until cool.

Use the appliance only for cooking tasks as outlined in this manual. When using the appliance, do not touch the grates, burner caps, burner bases, or any other parts in proximity to the fl ame. These components may be hot enough to cause burns.

During and after use, do not touch interior surfaces of the oven until cool.

Safety Before Operating

Surface Burner Safety

WARNINGS: to fl ow to the burner until the knob is turned to the

OFF position.

are unstable or easily tipped. Select cookware having fl at bottoms and large enough to cover burner grates. To avoid spillovers, make sure cookware is large enough to contain the food properly. This will save both cleaning time and prevent hazardous accumulations of food which could ignite if left on the appliance. Use pans with handles that can be easily grasped and remain cool.

or deep-fat frying. Filling the pan too full of fat can cause spillovers when food is added.

DO NOT cook foods directly on the fl ame (without a pot or pan), use proper cookware.

DO NOT use a wok on the surface burners if the wok has a round metal ring that is placed over the burner grate to support the wok. This ring acts as a heat trap, which may damage the burner grate and burner ring. Also, it may cause the burner to work improperly and may cause a carbon monoxide level above that allowed by current standards, resulting in a health hazard.

moisture on foods can cause hot fat to bubble up and spill over the sides of the pan.

fl ame settings. Boilovers cause smoking and greasy spillovers that may catch on fi re.

fryer. Wait until the fat is cool.

DO NOT place plastic items on the cooktop—they may melt if left too close to the vent.

position when igniting the top burners and make sure the burners have ignited.

beyond the edge of the cookware. Excessive fl ame is hazardous.

are in the OFF position and all grates are cool before attempting to remove them.

a quali fi ed service technician. Never use an open fl ame to locate a leak.

on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. DO

NOT let pot holders come near open fl ames when lifting cookware. DO NOT use a towel or other bulky cloth instead of a pot holder.

for top-of-range cooking.

spillage, cookware handles should be turned toward the side or back of the appliance and should not extend over adjacent burners.

NEVER place any items on the cooktop. The hot air from the vent may ignite fl ammable items and will increase pressure in closed containers, which may cause them to burst.

before heating.

overheating fat beyond the smoking point.

removing cookware.

DO NOT lift the cooktop. Lifting the cooktop can cause damage and improper operation of the appliance.

DO NOT hang long curtains that could blow over the surface burners and catch on fi re.

DO NOT operate the burner for an extended period of time without cookware on the grate. The fi nish on the grate may chip without cookware to absorb the heat.

cookware were not made to be used in the oven or on the cooking surface.

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READ AND FOLLOW THIS SAFETY

INFORMATION CAREFULLY.

SAVE THESE

INSTRUCTIONS!

Operation

Guidelines for Using Cooktop Burners

setting (SIM) for gentle simmering (620 BTU/hr). Use the

SIM setting for melting chocolate and butter, cooking rice and delicate sauces, simmering soups and stews, and keeping cooked food hot.

Never leave the appliance unattended when in use.

Boil over causes smoking and greasy spills that may ignite.

its sides. This could discolor and damage the utensil and you may get burned touching a hot handle.

Incorrectly or incompletely assembled burners may produce dangerous fl ames. See ‘Replacing the burner over, make sure you clean the affected burners before using them again. Food residue may clog the igniter and the notches of the instructions.

fl ame spreader, stopping the burner blue with no yellow tipping, and burn without fl uttering all advice.

burner that is on.

quickly, particularly on a high setting.

Surface Burner Ignition

u To light the top burners, push the appropriate control knob to release gas.

v position. You will hear a clicking noise, the sound of the electric spark igniting the burner.

w Once burner ignition has been achieved, then turn the burner control knob to adjust the desired heat setting.

NOTE: When one burner is turned to the “Hi” position, all the burners will spark. Do not attempt to disassemble or clean around any burner while another burner is on. Do not touch any burner cap, burner base, or igniter while the igniters are sparking.

Heat Settings

HI

Simmer

Low

Low – Medium

Medium

Medium – Hi

Hi

Ignites the burners.

Melting small quantities, steaming rice, warming food, melting chocolate or butter.

Melting large quantities.

Low-temperature frying, simmering large quantities, heating milk, cream sauces, gravies.

Sautéing and browning, braising, pan-frying, maintaining slow boil on large quantities.

High-temperature frying, pan boiling, maintaining slow boil on large quantities.

Boiling liquid quickly, deep frying.

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Operation

Simmer and Boil

A smaller fl ame will give the best simmer results. Small fl ames offer precise cooking performance for delicate foods, keeping food warm, melting chocolate or butter, and for slow-cooking over low heat.

The highest (larger) fl ame settings provide the maximum possible heat. This setting should be used for heavy cooking loads such as water boiling and pasta cooking.

Flame Size

When adjusting the burner knob, watch the fl ame size.

Any fl ame larger than the bottom of the cookware is wasted.

The fl ame should be steady and blue in color. Foreign material in the gas line may cause an orange fl ame during initial operation.

Approximately

1” - 1 1/2” fl ame height

WARNING:

Gas appliances can cause minor exposure to four of these substances, namely benzene, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde and soot, caused primarily by the incomplete combustion of natural gas fuel. When operating your appliance on natural gas, the flames from the burners should be blue in color. In addition, the flames should be stable, free of yellow tipping, excessive noise and lifting. However, this yellow tipping should be restricted to the primary flame kernels only. Properly adjusted burners, indicated by a bluish rather than a yellow flame, will minimize incomplete combustion. Exposure to those substances can be minimized by venting with an open window or use of a ventilation fan or hood.

Power Failure

If the gas does not ignite within four seconds, turn off the valve and allow at least fi ve minutes for any gas to dissipate.

Repeat the lighting procedure.

If the power fails, the surface burners can be lighted manually. Hold a lighted match near a burner and turn knob

Cooktop

To prevent the appliance from discoloring or staining, clean cooktop after each use, and wipe up acidic or sugary spills as soon as the appliance has cooled.

The sealed burners of your appliance are not secured to the cooktop and are designed to be removed. Boil overs or spills will not seep underneath the cooktop. The burners should be cleaned after each use.

WARNINGS:

FOOD SAFETY

According to the United States Department of Agriculture: DO NOT hold foods at temperatures between 40°F to 140°F more than 2 hours. Cooking raw foods below 275°F is not recommended.

Burner Grates

The grates must be properly positioned before cooking.

Improper installation of the grates may result in scratching of the cooktop and / or poor combustion.

Do not operate the burners without a pan or utensil on the grates.

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Operation

Oven Vent (ranges only)

Do not block the ducts at the rear of the range when cooking in the oven. It is important that the fl ow of hot air from the oven and fresh air into the oven burner never be interrupted. Avoid touching the vent opening or nearby surfaces during oven or broiler operation – they may become hot.

Oven Operation (ranges only)

WARNING:

Never cover any slots, holes or passages in the oven bottom or cover an entire rack with materials such as aluminum foil. Doing so blocks air flow through the oven and may cause carbon monoxide poisoning.

Aluminum foil lining may also trap heat, causing a fire hazard. Do not use Aluminum Foil on any porcelain surface.

Doing so will cause damage to the porcelain, affecting the life of the porcelain.

Oven Function

Natural Air fl ow Bake occurs when heat is transferred into the oven from the bake burners in the bottom of the oven cavity. Heat is then circulated by natural air fl ow. This is a traditional bake setting.

Infrared Broil

The broil burner is located at the top of the oven. This burner heats the metal screen until it glows. The glowing screen produces the infrared heat, searing the outside of broiled foods and sealing in juices.

Convection Bake

Heat is transferred from the bake burners in the bottom of the oven cavity to the oven cavity itself. The convection fan in the rear of the oven then circulates it. This convection process provides more even heat distribution throughout the oven cavity.

Multiple rack use is possible for the large baking jobs. Convection cooking is faster, can be accomplished at lower temperatures and provides more even temperatures than regular cooking.

Convection Roast

The convection fan circulates the heated air evenly over and around the food. Using the cover and broiler pan provided, heated air will be circulated over the around the food being roasted. The heated air seals in juices quickly for a moist and tender product, while at the same time creating a rich golden brown exterior. When convection roasting, it is important that you use the broiler pan for best convection roasting results. The pan is used to catch grease spills and has a cover to prevent grease splatters.

Convection Defrost

With temperature control off, the motorized fan in the rear of the oven circulates air. The fan accelerates natural defrosting of the food without heat. To avoid illness and food waste, do not allow defrost food to remain in the oven for more than two hours without being cooked.

Convection Dehydrate

With the temperature control on 175°F, warm air is radiated from the bake burners in the bottom of the oven cavity and is circulated by a motorized fan in the rear of the oven. Over a period of time, the water is removed from the food by evaporation. Removal of water inhibits growth of microorganisms and retards the activity of enzymes.

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Operation

WARNING:

BEFORE BAKING OR BROILING

The oven and broiler should be turned on to burn off the manufacturing oils. Turn on the oven to 450°F (230°C) for ventilator above your range at this time.

Broiler Operation (ranges only)

Note: Door must be closed during broiling operation.

Broiling is a method of cooking tender cuts of meat directly under the infrared broiler in the oven. Broiling in the oven is accomplished with the oven door closed. It is normal and necessary for some smoke to be present to give the food a broiled fl avor.

Preheating

Preheating is suggested when searing rare steaks (remove the broiler pan before preheating with the infrared broiler, foods hot, approximately 2 minutes.

Preheating is not necessary when broiling meat well-done.

Top Broil

Broil one side until the food is browned; turn and cook on the second side. Season and serve. Always pull the rack out to

Setting Broil

coverage. The Broil feature temperature is 500°F (260°C).

The broil pan and insert used together allow dripping grease to drain and be kept away from the high heat of the oven broiler. DO NOT use the broil pan without the insert. DO NOT cover the broil pan insert with foil. The exposed grease could catch fi re.

To set the oven to Broil: u Place the broiler pan insert on the broiler pan. Then place the food on the broiler pan insert.

v Arrange the interior oven rack and place the broiler pan on rack. Be sure to center the broiler pan and position directly under the broil burner. If preheating the broil burner fi rst, position the broiler pan after the broil burner is preheated.

w

Turn selector knob to Broil.

The oven indicator light will remain on until the selector knob is turned to the off position or the temperature control cycles off.

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Operation

Griddle Operation (applicable models only)

Before Using the Griddle Use of the Griddle

u Clean the griddle thoroughly with warm, soapy water to remove dust or any protective coating.

u Push and turn the control knob counter-clockwise to the preferred cooking temperature.

v Rinse with clean water and wipe off to dry with soft, clean, lint-free cloth.

w A stainless steel cover that is sized to fi t on top of the surface when the griddle is not being used is provided. Please note that the cover must be removed before turning the griddle on.

v Preheat the griddle for 10-12 minutes.

w When the griddle is preheated to the desired temperature, the indicator light will turn on.

x Butter or cooking oil can be added for more fl avor, before placing the food to cook.

x Make sure the grease tray is under the front edge of the griddle. Position the tray under the griddle overhang to catch grease or food residue.

WARNING:

The surface of the griddle is hot after use. Please allow sufficient time for the griddle to cool prior to cleaning.

Maintenance

Replacing the Oven Light (ranges only)

u To prevent electrical shock or personal injury, make sure the oven and light bulb are cool and power to the oven has been turned off before replacing the light bulb. v Turn off the power at the main power supply.

w Remove the lens cover from the housing by pulling straight out.

x Replace light and make sure the lens cover is in place when using the oven.

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Maintenance

Removing the Oven Door and Kick Plate (ranges only)

WARNINGS: help removing and replacing it. w While holding the door on each side, close the door until it touches the levers. Continue closing the door until it is about 4” (10 cm) from being completely closed.

the door on each side.

You can change the color and look of your range by changing the oven door. For normal range use, it is not recommended to remove the oven door. Make sure the oven is turned off and cool when replacing the door. The oven door is heavy, be careful when lifting it.

Follow these instructions to replace the door: x Lift up the door and pull it towards you, pulling it out of the hinges. The door will gently detach from the oven. If the door does not easily detach from the oven, do not apply force and make sure the levers are unlocked.

u Open the door completely.

v Lift up and pull the small levers located on the two hinges all the way back to unlock.

y Remove the kick plate.

U To replace the door, perform the previous steps in reverse order.

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Care and Cleaning

WARNINGS: on pages 4 to 10 and 23 to 24.

Electric Shock Hazard.

Burner Rings

Lift off when cool. Wash burner rings in hot, soapy water and rinse with clean water. To remove burned-on food particles, you may scour with a plastic scouring pad. Thoroughly dry before returning the rings to the appliance.

The rings are NOT dishwasher safe.

Do not use cleaners for stainless steel surfaces as these rings are not stainless steel.

the appliance.

- DO NOT attempt to clean the appliance whenever the oven or burner rings are still hot.

- DO NOT attempt any of the following cleaning instructions before turning all burners and the oven off, and allow them to completely cool.

IMPORTANT: Always follow label instructions on cleaning products.

Range Top / Cooktop

To avoid electrical shock or burns, turn off all controls and ensure the cooktop is cool before cleaning.

Before cleaning the cooktop, ensure that all burners are turned off and that all components are cool enough to safely touch.

Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaning agents, waxes, polishes, or commercial cooktop cleaners to clean the cooktop. They may cause permanent damage to the surface.

Use only a sponge, soft cloth, fi brous or plastic brush, and nylon pad for cleaning.

Always dry components completely before using the cooktop.

Control Knobs

To clean, use a damp soapy cloth for everyday cleaning of the knobs. For heavier cleaning for grease, etc., apply a nonabrasive liquid detergent to a damp cloth. Clean and then dry completely.

Make sure not to rotate the knobs when cleaning.

Burner Caps

Lift off when cool. Wash Burner Caps in hot, soapy water and rinse with clean water. Remove any food from between the burner slots using a small non-abrasive brush like a toothbrush, and afterwards wipe using a damp cloth.

To remove deposits from the burner cavities, remove the cap and separate the two parts. Clean the burner holes routinely with a small gauge wire or needle and especially after bad spillovers which could clog these holes.

Thoroughly dry before returning the heads to the appliance.

The heads are NOT dishwasher safe.

Stainless Steel

To clean the stainless steel surface, use warm sudsy water or a stainless steel cleaner or polish. Always wipe the surface in the direction of the grain. Follow the cleaner instructions for cleaning the stainless steel surface.

DO NOT use a steel wool pad as it will scratch the surface.

Do not use cleaners with chlorides or chlorines. Do not use harsh scrubbing cleaners.

Use a hot, damp cloth with a mild detergent. Use a clean, hot, damp cloth to remove soap. Dry with a dry, clean cloth.

Metal Finishes

Wash with soap and water, glass cleaner, or mild liquid sprays.

Burner Grates

These three grates should only be used in their proper positions. DO NOT operate a burner for an extended period of time without cookware on the grate. To clean, AFTER

COOLING, use hot water or white vinegar, and DO NOT place in a dishwasher. When replacing the grates, be sure they are positioned securely over the burners.

Please note that the grates have rubber pads on the feet that come into contact with the appliance to avoid scratches. After cleaning it is important to verify that these rubber pads are still there. Should they come off, they can be reapplied using a heat-resistant adhesive.

Plastic Finishes

When control panel trim and end caps are cool, clean with soap and water, rinse and dry.

Use a glass cleaner and soft cloth.

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Care and Cleaning

Ranges:

Control Panel, Door Handle, Control Housing

Clean the control panel, door handle and control housing with a solution of mild detergent and warm water.

Do not use abrasive cleaners or scrubbers; they will permanently damage the fi nish.

Dry the components with a soft, lint-free cloth.

Oven Window

Clean all glass surfaces with a solution of mild detergent and hot water. Use a mild glass cleaner to remove fi ngerprint or smears.

Dry completely with a soft, lint-free cloth.

Porcelain Surfaces

Clean oven interior and inner door liners with a solution of mild detergent and hot water.

Rinse and dry with a soft cloth. Do not use abrasives or commercial oven cleaners.

Oven Racks

Clean oven racks with solution of detergent and hot water. To clean heavy soil, use a scouring pad such as steel wool with plenty of water.

Oven Frame

Clean with hot water, soapfi lled steel-wool pads or cleaners. Rinse well with clean water and dry.

Oven Gasket

Do not clean the gasket. The fi berglass material of the oven door gasket cannot withstand abrasion.

It is necessary for the gasket to remain intact.

Outer Oven Door

Use soap and water to thoroughly clean the top, sides and front of the oven door. Rinse well. You may also use a glass cleaner to clean the glass on the outside of the door.

Do not use oven cleaners, cleansing powders of harsh abrasives on the outside of the door.

Inner Oven Door

Do not allow excess water to run into any holes or slots in the door. Any soap left on the liner causes additional stains when the oven is heated.

Before you call for service, please review the potential problem / possible causes and remedies shown in the table below.

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Symptom

No ignition spark.

Troubleshooting Tips

Possible Cause

Dead batteries or ignition module failed.

CAUTION

Solution

Replace batteries and attempt ignition. If there is still no spark ignition, the appliance burners can still be used.

To light them: u Holding a lit match to the fl ame spreader, push in on the control knob and turn counterclockwise to LIGHT.

v When the fl ame is burning all the way round the burner, you may adjust the heat.

Igniters spark continuously after fl ame ignition.

Burners will not light.

Power supply polarity is reversed.

Igniters are wet or dirty.

Burner parts or igniters may be wet, dirty or misaligned.

Have polarity corrected.

Dry or clean igniters.

Check that the burner parts are clean, dry and correctly assembled.

Check that the igniters are clean and dry.

Igniters are sparking but burners are not igniting.

position.

Top burner will not stay lit.

Failed thermocouple.

The fl ames have suddenly gone out.

A draft or spill has extinguished the fl ame.

Burner fl ame goes out at low setting.

Low gas pressure.

Air intake holes around burners are obstructed.

Replace thermocouple.

Turn the burners off, cleaning the burners and sump area. Once clean, reignite top burners.

Contact gas company.

Remove obstruction from air intake holes.

Flames do not burn all around the burner cap.

Burner parts may be dirty or misaligned.

Top burners do not light or do not burn evenly.

Burner fl ames are very large and yellow.

Plug on appliance is not completely inserted in the electrical outlet.

Burner holes on the side of the burner may be clogged.

Burner bezel ports are clogged.

Make sure the unit is properly connected to the power supply.

Remove the burner heads and clean them. Check the electrode area for burned-on food or grease.

Clean burner bezel ring ports with straightened paperclip, needle, or wire.

Burner ports or burner caps are not positioned properly.

Appliance is being operated with the wrong type of gas.

Remove and carefully re-install burner bezel and caps.

Ensure that the type of appliance matches the gas supply.

Regulator is not installed, is faulty, or is set for the wrong type of gas.

Check installation, replace regulator, or set regulator for proper gas.

sound is heard coming from appliance.

Nothing works.

This is the sound of metal heating and cooling.

This is normal.

Power supply is not energized.

Have an electrician check the power supply, including the house circuit breaker, wiring and fuses.

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Ranges:

Symptom

Oven will not heat.

Foods over-cooked or under-cooked.

Troubleshooting Tips

Possible Cause

Oven settings are not corrected.

Solution

Adjust time, temperature, or rack position.

Incorrect cooking time or temperature.

Have polarity corrected.

Dry or clean igniters.

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Please register your product warranty by visiting the Ancona Home website.

Canada & USA

Phone: 1-800-350-4562

Fax: 800-350-8563

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.anconahome.com

Ancona is in association with Mr Appliance for all after sales service calls.

Please contact their service provider or visit their website:

Phone: 1-888-998-2011

Website: www.mrappliance.com

MAAN2160-05

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