User manual - Leks Group

User manual - Leks Group
 INSTRUCTIONS AND ADVICE FOR THE
USE, INSTALLATION AND
MAINTENANCE OF BUILT-IN
GLASS GAS+HILIGHT
COOKTOP
Dear Customer,
Thank you for having purchased one of our products.
We are certain that this new, modern, functional and practical appliance, built with the very
highest quality materials, will meet your requirements in the best possible way. This
appliance is easy to use. It is, however, important to thoroughly read the instructions in
this handbook in order to obtain the best results.
These instructions are only valid for the countries of destination, the identification
symbols of which are indicated on the cover of the instruction manual and on the
appliance itself.
The manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any damages to persons or
property caused by incorrect installation or use of the appliance.
Za Eurolux
The Manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any inaccuracies in this handbook due
to printing or transcription errors; the designs in the figures are purely indicative. The
Manufacturer also reserves the right to make any modifications to the products as may be
considered necessary or useful, also in the interests of the user, without jeopardizing the
main functional and safety features of the products themselves.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE HOT PLATES
TYPES: SQ6VC01- SQ6VC02
1 Rapid gas burner of 3000 W
2 Auxiliary gas burner of 1000 W
3 Enamelled steel pan support for rapid burner
4 Enamelled steel pan support for auxiliary burner
5 Control knob
6 Electric plate © 140 mm of 1200 W
: Electric plate @ 180 mm of 1800 W
Inticator light
Attention: this appliance has been manufactured for domestic use only and it
employment by private person.
USE
BURNERS
A diagram is screen-printed above each knob on the front panel. This diagram indicates to
which burner the knob in question corresponds. After having opened the gas mains or gas
bottle tap, light the burners as described below:
— Automatic electrical ignition
Push and turn the knob corresponding to the required burner in an anticlockwise direction
until it reaches the full on position (large flame fig. 1), then depress the knob.
— Lighting burners equipped with flame failure device
The knobs of burners equipped with flame failure device must be turned in an
anticlockwise direction until they reach the full on position (large flame fig. 1) and come to
a stop. Now depress the knob in question and repeat the previously indicated operations.
Keep the knob depressed for about 10 seconds once the burner has ignited.
HOW TO USE THE BURNERS
Bear in mind the following indications in order to achieve maximum efficiency with the
least possible gas consumption:
— Use adequate pans for each burner (consult the following table and fig. 2).
— When the pan comes to the boil, set the knob to the reduced rate position (small flame
fig. 1).
— Always place a lid on the pans.
Burners Power ratings Pan O in cm
Rapid 3000 20 + 22
Auxiliary 1000 10 + 14
WARNINGS:
— Burners with flame failure device may only be ignited when the relative knob has
been set to the Full on position (large flame fig. 1).
— Matches can be used to ignite the burners in a blackout.
— Never leave the appliance unattended when the burners are being used. Make
sure there are no children in the near vicinity. Particularly make sure that the pan
handles are correctly positioned and keep a chek on foods requiring oil and
grease to cook since these products can easily catch fire.
— Never use aerosols near the appliance when it is operating.
— Don’t scrape the pans on the crystal because the surface remains scratch.
e Closed position .
A
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0 Reduced rate
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FIG. 1 FIG. 2
USE
Notes:
Use of a gas cooking appliance produces heat and moisture in the room in which it
is installed. The room must therefore be well ventilated by keeping the natural air
vents clear (fig. 3) and by activating the mechanical aeration device (suction hood
or electric fan fig. 4 and fig. 5).
Intensive and lengthy use of the appliance may require additional ventilation. This
can be achieved by opening a window or by increasing the power of the mechanical
exhausting system if installed.
(*) AIR INLET: SEE INSTALLATION CHAPTER (PARAGRAPHS 6 AND 7)
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FIG. 3 FIG. 4 FIG. 5
USE
ELECTRIC GLASS CERAMIC HOB
The cooktops are equipped with 2 radiant heating
elements with different powers and diameters.
Cooking zones are aesily identifiables thanks to the
circles (see illustration in description) on the top;
relative powers are listed in the scheme n.1.
On the frontal panel, close to each knob, has been
silk-screened a scheme where is indicated to which
cooking zone the knob refers
The scheme annexes a light indicator that turns on
when the cooking zone temperature is above 60° C
The indicator will turn off only when the temperature
of the cooking zone will be below the value: this is
the reason why we call it residual heat indicator.
Connection of electric heating elements
Heating elements are controlled by energy
regulators with 6 positions (see below) that permit to
obtain a big range of different temperatures.
We giveinstructions to obtain different cooking levels.
To connect the heating elements is necessary to
turn clockwise or anticlockwise the relative knob.
Indicator light 8 shows the connection of one or
more heating elements.
How to use the cooking zones
Heating takes place only in the inside part of the
circles drawn on the special glass. The circles have
to be wholly covered by the pots.
FIG. 6
USE
TABLE 1
Power and dimensions
of the cooking zones
Position for regulation
of the knobs
Possible
cookings
Zone
n°
Diameter
in mm.
Heating
elements
Power
Commutators
140
Radiant
“Hi-light”
1200
To melt butter,
chocolate and
else.
180
Radiant
“Hi-light”
1800
To heat small
quantities of liquid
and to keep dishes
warm.
To heat foods,
thaw deep-frozen
foods, to cook
fruits and pulses.
To heat foods, thaw
deep-frozen foods,
to cook fruits and
pulses.
To cook meat,
fish, pulses with
sauce.
To cook roast of
meat, fish; to cook
steaks and eggs.
To fry with oil and
to heat big
quantities of water.
USE
WARNINGS: - Cooking zones after using remain warm; don’t
For a correct use, please look at fig. 7 and remind: leave objects, don’t lean your hands so to avoid
- Switch on the electricity only after having bums, till the indicator light is off.
placed the pot on the cooking zone. - If the glass cracks, please, disconnect the
- Use pots and pans with flat solid bottoms. appliance.
- Use pots with the same diameter of the cooking - Don’t use plastic pots or alluminium sheets.
zones. - Don’t use hob as a supplementary surface.
- Dry the bottom of the pot before put in on the
cooking zones.
- Do not scrape the pot against the glass so to
not damage it.
- During the use of the cooking zones, please,
keep the children away from the hot plates.
Make sure that the handles of the pots are
placed in the right way towards the interior. Be
aware that overheated fats and oils may become
inflamed.
FIG. 7
CLEANING
IMPORTANT:
Always disconnect the appliance from the gas and electricity mains before carrying
out any cleaning operation.
GAS BURNER
Periodically wash the hot plate, the enamelled stell pan support, the enamelled burner
caps “C” and the burner heads “M” (see fig. 8) with lukewarm soapy water.
Following this, all parts should be thoroughly rinsed and dried.
Never wash them while they are still warm and never use abrasive powders.
Do not allow vinegar, coffee, milk, salted water, lemon or tomato juice from remaining in
contact with the enamelled surfaces for long periods of time.
WARNINGS:
Comply with the following instructions, before remounting the parts:
— Check that burner head slots “М” (Нд. 8)have not become clogged by foreign
bodies.
— Check that enamelled burner cap “C” (fig. 8) have correctly positioned on the
burner head. It must be steady.
— The exact position of the pan support is established by the rounded corners,
which should be set towards the side edge of the hot plate.
— Do not force the taps if they are difficult open or close. Contact the technical
assistance service for repairs.
— Don’t use steam jets for the equipment cleaning.
FIG. 8
CLEANING
Before any cleaning operation, disconnect the
appliance from the electric circuit.
ELECTRIC GLASS CERAMIC HOB
If you want to preserve the surface clean and bright,
we recommend you to use a silicone conditioner.
The use of this conditioners, prior to jam-making,
helps to protect the surface of the hob.
It is very important to clean the surface soon after
every use, when the glass is still tepid.
Do not use metallic sponges, powder abrasives or
corrosive sprays.
Depending on the dirty level we recommend:
- Slights stains: it is enought the use of a moist
clean rag.
- Burnt or soiling may be removed with a special
razor scraper (fig. 9); be aware that the razor
can cause wounds.
- Marks of liquid, overflowed from the pot, can be
removed using vinegar or lemon.
- Pay attention to not let fall sugar or element with
sugar. In this case turn the switch off and clean
the surface with hot water and the razor blade
scraper.
- After a period of time may appear metal reflex and
scratches (fig.10) due to the wrong cleaning and
the wrong use of the pots. The scratches are
difficultly removable, but they do not compromise
the good working of the hob.
- Don't use steam jets for the equipment clening.
INSTALLATION
TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR THE INSTALLER
Installation, adjustments of controls and maintenance must only be carried out by a
qualified engineer.
Incorrect installation may cause damage to persons, animals or property for which
the Manufacturer shall not be considered responsible.
During the life of the system, the automatic safety or regulating devices on the
appliance may only be modified by the manufacturer or by his duly authorized
dealer.
INSTALLING THE COOKTOP
Check that the appliance is in a good condition after having removed the outer packaging
and internal wrappings from around the various loose parts. In case of doubt, do not use
the appliance and contact qualified personnel.
Never leave the packaging materials (cardboard, bags, polystyrene foam, nails, etc.)
within children’s reach since they could become potential sources of danger.
The measurements of the opening made in the top of the modular cabinet and into which
the hot plate will be installed are indicated in either fig. 11. Always comply with the
measurements given for the hole into which the appliance will be recessed (see fig. 12).
The appliance belongs to class 3 and is therefore subject to all the provisions
established by the provisions governing such appliances.
FIXING THE COOKTOP
The hot plate has a special seal which prevents liquid from infiltrating into the cabinet.
Strictly comply with the following instructions in order to correctly apply this seal:
— Take off all the movable parts of the hob.
— Cut the seal in 4 parts of the necessary lenght to positionning it on the 4 edges of the
crystal.
— Overturn the hot plate and correctly position seal “E” (fig. 13) under the edge of the hob
itself, so that the outer side of the seal perfectly matches the outer perimetral edge of
the hob. The ends of the strips must fit together without overlapping.
— Evenly and securely fix the seal to the hob, pressing it in place with the fingers.
— Remove the strip of protective paper from the seal. Fit the hot plate into the hole in the
cabinet and lock it in place with the relative fixing screws “F” of the fixing hooks “G” (see
fig.14).
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION SPECIFICATIONS
The installer should note that the appliance that side walls should be no higher than
the hot plate itself. Furthermore, the rear wall, the surfaces surrounding and
adjacent to the appliance must be able to withstand an overtemperature of 65 K.
The adhesive used to stick the plastic laminate to the cabinet must be able to
withstand a temperature of not less than 150° C otherwise the laminate could come
unstuck.
The appliance must be installed in compliance with the provisions in force.
This appliance is not connected to a device able to dispose of the combustion
fumes. It must therefore be connected in compliance with the above mentioned
installation standards. Particular care should be paid to the following provisions
governing ventilation and aeration.
ROOM VENTILATION
It is essential to ensure that the room in which the appliance is installed is permanently
ventilated in order to allow the appliance itself to operate correctly. the necessary amount
of air is that required for regular gas combustion and ventilation of the relative room, the
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volume of which must not be less than 20 m . Air must naturally flow through permanent
openings in the walls of the room in question. These openings must vent the fumes
outdoors and their section must be at least 100 cm (see fig. 3). Construction of the
openings must ensure that the openings themselves may never be blocked. Indirect
ventilation by air drawn from an adjacent room is also permitted, in strict compliance with
the provisions in force.
CAUTION: if the burners of the cooking top are without safety thermocouple, the
ventilation outlet must have a minimum 200 cm? section.
LOCATION AND AERATION
Gas cooking appliances must always dispose of their combustion fumes through hoods.
These must be connected to flues, chimneys or straight outside. If it is not possible to
install a hood, an electric fan can be installed on a window or on a wall facing outside (see
fig. 4). This must be activated at the same time as the appliance (see fig. 5), so long as
the specifications in the provisions in force are strictly complied with.
INSTALLATION
GAS CONNECTION
Before connecting the appliance, check that the values on the data label affixed to
the underside of the hot plate correspond to those of the gas and electricity mains
in the home.
A label on the appliance indicates the regulating conditions: type of gas and
working pressure. Gas connection must comply with the pertinent standards and
provisions in force.
When gas is supplied through ducts, the appliance must be connected to the gas
supply system:
o with a rigid steel pipe. The joints of this pipe must consist of threaded fittings
conforming to the standards UNI-ISO 7/1.
o With copper pipe. The joints of this pipe must consist of unions with mechanical seals.
o With seamless flexible stainless steel pipe. The length of this pipe must be 2 meters at
most and the seals must comply with the standards.
When the gas is supplied by a bottle, the appliance must be fuelled by a pressure
governor conforming to the provisions in force and must be connected:
o with a copper pipe. The joints of this pipe must consist of unions with mechanical seals.
o With seamless flexible stainless steel pipe. The length of this pipe must be 2 meters at
most and the seals must comply with the standards. It is advisable to apply the special
adapter to the flexible pipe. This is easily available from the shops and facilitates
connection with the hose nipple of the pressure governor on the bottle.
o With rubber hose pipe in compliance with standards. The diameter of this hose pipe
must be 8 mm and its length must be no less than 400 mm and no more than 1500
mm. It must be firmly fixed to the hose nipple by means of the safety clamp specified by
standards.
At the connection end, verify the gasproof using a soap solution, never a flame.
WARNINGS:
— Remember that the gas inlet union on the appliance is a 1/2" gas parallel male
type in compliance with ISO 228-1 standards.
— The appliance complies with the provisions of the following EEC Directives:
90/396 + 93/68 regarding gas safety.
The installer should bear in mind that the mixed appliance is the Y type. The rear
wall, adjacent and surrounding surfaces must therefore be able to withstand an
overtemperature of 65 K.
INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The electrical connections of the appliance must be carried out in compliance with
the provisions and standards in force.
— Before connecting the appliance, check that the socket or system has an efficient earth
connection in compliance with the provisions and standards in force. The manufacturer
declines all responsibility for failing to comply with these provisions.
When the appliance is connected to the electricity main by a socket:
— Fit a standard plug suited to the load indicated on the data label to the cable. Fit the
wires following figure 15, taking care of respecting the following correspondences:
Letter L (live) = brown wire;
Letter N (neutral) = blue wire;
Earth symbol @ = green - yellow wire.
— The power supply cable must be positioned so that no part of it is able to reach an
overtemperature of 65 K.
— Never use reductions, adapters of shunts for connection since these could create false
contacts and lead to dangerous overheating.
When the appliance is connected straight to the electricity main:
— Install an omnipolar circuit-breaker between the appliance and the electricity main. This
circuit-breaker should be sized according to the load rating of the appliance and
possess a minimum 3 mm gap between its contacts.
— Remember that the earth wire must not be interrupted by the circuit-breaker.
— Alternatively, the electrical connection may also be protected by a high sensitivity
differential circuit- breaker.
You are strongly advised to fix the relative yellow-green earth wire to an efficient earthing
system.
WARNINGS:
All our appliances are designed and manufactured in compliance with European
standards EN 60 335-1 and EN 60 335-2-6 plus the relative amendments.
The appliance complies with the provisions of the following EEC Directives:
— 69/336 + 92/31 + 93/68 regarding to electromagnetic compatibility.
— 73/23 + 93/68 regarding electrical safety.
FIG. 15
ADJUSTMENTS
Always disconnect the appliance from the electricity main before making any
adjustments.
All seals must be replaced by the technician at the end of any adjustments or
regulations.
Our burners do not require primary air adjustment.
TAPS
“Reduced rate” adjustment
— Switch on the burner and turn the relative knob to the “Reduced rate” position (small
flame fig. 1).
— Remove knob “M” (fig. 16) of the tap, which is simply pressed on to its rod.
— Insert a small screwdriver “D” into hole “C” (fig. 16) and turn the throttle screw to the
right or left until the burner flame has been adequately regulated to the “Reduced rate”
position.
Check that the flame does not go out when the knob is sharply switched from the “Full on”
to the “Reduced rate” position.
The screw must be fully locked when the burners operate with G30 or G31 (turn
clockwise).
FIG. 16
SERVICING
Always disconnect the appliance from the electricity and gas mains before
proceeding with any servicing operation.
12) REPLACING HOT PLATE PARTS
When parts housed within the hot plate need replacing, it is first necessary to remove the
hot plate itself from the cabinet, to overturn it, unscrew screws of the mounting bracket at
the bottom
After having carried out the above listed operations, the burners (fia. 17). taps (fia. 18)
It is advisable to change seal “D" whenever a tap is replaced to ensure a perfect tightness.
Greasing the taps (see fig. 19 - 20)
If a tap becomes stiff to operate, it must be immediately greased in compliance with the
following instructions:
— Remove the tap.
— Clean the cone and its housing using a cloth soaked in diluent.
— Lightly spread the cone with the relative grease.
— Fit the cone back in place, operate it several times and then remove it again. Eliminate
any excess grease and check that the gas ducts have not become clogged.
— Fit all parts back in place, complying with the demounting order in reverse.
— Ceck the tightness by using soapy water. The use of the flame is prohibited.
To facilitate the servicing technician's task, here is a chart with the types and sections of
the powering cables and the ratings of the electrical components.
CONVERSIONS
REPLACING THE INJECTORS
The burners can be adapted to different types of gas by mounting injectors suited to the type of
gas in question. To do this, first remove the burner tops using a wrench “B”. Now unscrew injector
“A” (see fig. 21) and fit a injector corresponding to the utilized type of gas in its place.
It is advisable to strongly tighten the injector in place.
After the injectors have been replaced, the burners must be regulated as explained in
paragraphs 8. The technician must reset any seals on the regulating or pre-regulating
devices and affix the label corresponding to the new gas regulation on the appliance
instead of the already existing one. This label is supplied in the packet containing the spare
injectors.
For the sake of convenience, the nominal rate table also lists the heat inputs of the burners, the
diameter and the working pres various types of ga
OTHER MARKETS
BURNERS GAS NORMAL NORMAL INJECTOR NOMINAL BY
PRESSURE RATE DIAMETER HEAT INPUT (W) PASS
mbar
N° | DESCRIPTION gh Uh 1/100 mm MIN. MAX. 1/100 mm
G30 - BUTANE 30 211 85 750 2900 41
1 RAPID G31 - PROPANE 30 207 85 750 2900 41
G20 - NATURAL 20 286 115Y 750 3000 41
G30 - BUTANE 30 73 50 400 1000 30
1 AUXILIARY | G31 - PROPANE 30 71 50 400 1000 30
G20 - NATURAL 20 95 72X 400 1000 30
SERVICING
CABLE TYPES AND SECTIONS
TYPE OF TYPE OF SINGLE - PHASE
HOT PLATE CABLE POWER SUPPLY
hot plate with gas and electric H05 RR-F Section 3 X 1 mm
burners
ATTENTION!!!
If the power supply cable is replaced, the installer should leave the ground wire
longer than the phase conductors (fig. 22) and comply with the recommendations
given in paragraph 9.
TECHNICAL DATA ON THE DATA LABEL
2 GAS BURNERS +
2 HILIGHT ELECTRICAL HEATER
G30 - BUTAN = 30mbar
G31 - PROPANE = 30mbar
G20 - NATURAL = 20mbar
Tot. Nom. Gas Rate = 4.0 kW
Tot Nom. LPG = 284 g/h
Tot Nom. NG = 381 I/h
Voltage = 230 - 240 V
Frequency = 50 Hz
Pot. Tot.Nom.El.Rating = 3000W
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TECHNICAL DATA FOR THE APPLIANCE GAS REGULATION
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND SPARE PARTS
Before leaving the factory, this appliance will have been tested and regulated by expert
and specialized personnel in order to guarantee the best performances.
Any repairs or adjustments which may be subsequently required may only be carried out
by qualified personnel with the utmost care and attention.
For this reason, always contact your Dealer or our nearest After Sales Service Center
whenever repairs or adjustments are required, specifying the type of fault and the model
of the appliance in your possession.
Please also note that genuine spare parts are only available from our After Sales Service
Centers and authorized retail outlets.
The above data are printed on the data label put on the inferior part of the appliance and
on the packing label.
The above informations give to the technical assistant the possibility to get fit spare parts
and a heaven-sent intervention. We suggest to fill the table below.
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