Ancona AN-2348SS Ancona 48” 6.7 cu. Ft Double Oven Dual Fuel Range Product Manual

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MAAN2330SS-04
MAAN2402-EN-2
2022-04-21
2021-07-05
Before You Begin
INSTALLERS - Start Here
Safety Instructions are on pages 4 to 10 and
Installation Instructions are on pages 11 to 20.
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 finished, make sure to leave these instructions with the consumer.
6. Installation is only to be done by a qualified 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 21 to 22 and
Operating Instructions are on pages 23 to 31.
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 qualified 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
Dimensions...................................................................................................................................... 13
Gas Range Specifications................................................................................................................ 14
Step 1 - Read the Safety Precautions.............................................................................................. 14
Step 2 - Plan Desired Location, Unpack the Range and Prepare Tools.......................................... 14
Step 3 - Dimensions and Clearances.............................................................................................. 15
Step 4 - Gas Connection................................................................................................................. 15
Step 5 - Liquefied Petroleum (Propane) Gas Conversion................................................................ 17
Adjusting the Regulator Pressure....................................................................................... 17
Changing Burner Nozzles................................................................................................... 18
Step 6 - Install Anti-Tip Bracket....................................................................................................... 19
Step 7 - Connect to AC................................................................................................................... 19
Step 8 - Finish Installation............................................................................................................... 20
Safety Before Operating......................................................................................................................... 21
Operation................................................................................................................................................ 23
Guidelines for Using Cooktop Burners............................................................................................ 23
Surface Burner Ignition.................................................................................................................... 23
Heat Settings................................................................................................................................... 23
Simmer and Boil............................................................................................................................... 24
Flame Size........................................................................................................................................ 24
Power Failure................................................................................................................................... 24
Cooktop........................................................................................................................................... 24
Burner Grates................................................................................................................................... 24
Oven Vent......................................................................................................................................... 25
Oven Operation................................................................................................................................ 25
Broiler Operation.............................................................................................................................. 26
Griddle Operation (applicable models only)..................................................................................... 27
Maintenance........................................................................................................................................... 27
Replacing the Oven Light................................................................................................................. 27
Removing the Oven Door and Kick Plate........................................................................................ 28
Care and Cleaning.................................................................................................................................. 29
Troubleshooting Tips.............................................................................................................................. 30
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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 fire, 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
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Open all windows starting with those closest to the appliance.
DO NOT try to light any appliance.
DO NOT touch any electrical switch or outlet.
DO NOT use any phone in your home/building.
Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions.
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
INSTALLATION
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Remove all tape and packaging before using the appliance. Never allow children to play with packaging material.
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 finishes if they come in contact with
other appliances or furniture.
Do not remove the model/serial plate attached to the appliance.
Be sure your appliance is properly installed and grounded by a QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN in accordance with all local
codes and ordinances and with the National Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 / NFPA 54—latest edition and the National
Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA No. 70—latest edition in United States, or CAN 1-1.1-M81, CAN/CGA B149.1, B149.2, and
the Canadian Electrical Code CSA C22.1, Part 1, in Canada.
This range has been design-certified according to ANSI Z21.1b-2012 latest edition.
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Important Safety Information
WARNINGS
• Do not store or use gasoline, liquid propane cylinder or
other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this
or any other appliance.
• Gas leaks cannot always be detected by smell.
• Gas suppliers recommend that you use a gas detector
approved by UL or CSA. For more information, contact
your gas supplier.
• If a gas leak is detected, follow the “What to do if you
smell gas” instructions on the previous page.
• Installation and service must be performed by a qualified
installer, servicer or the gas supplier. Ask your dealer
to recommend a qualified 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.
• Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless
specifically recommended in this manual. All other
servicing should be done only by a qualified 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 CSA C22.1 Canadian Electrical Code. Be sure
the appliance is properly installed and grounded by a
qualified technician.
• Ensure that the room is well ventilated by keeping the air
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.
• Flammable materials should not be stored on the
appliance or near surface units. This includes paper,
plastic and cloth items, such as cookbooks, plastic
ware and towels, as well as flammable liquids. Do not
store explosives, such as aerosol cans, on or near the
appliance. Flammable materials may explode and result
in fire or property damage.
• Maintenance: Keep appliance area clear and free from
combustible materials, gasoline, and other flammable
vapors and liquids.
• Storage in or on the appliance: Flammable materials
should not be stored in an oven or near surface units.
IN THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS, THE FOLLOWING
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS APPLY:
• Installations and repairs must be performed by a
qualified or licensed contractor, plumber, or gas-fitter
qualified or licensed by the State of Massachusetts.
• If using a ball valve, it shall be a T-handle type.
• A flexible gas connector, when used, must not exceed
three feet.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNINGS:
• Disconnect power before servicing.
• The California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic
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.
• Never modify or alter the construction of the appliance
by removing panels, wire covers or any other part of
the product.
• Injuries may result from the misuse of appliance doors
such as stepping, leaning, or sitting on the doors.
• Overhead range hoods, which operate by blowing a
downward air flow 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.
• If appliance is located near a window, NEVER hang long
curtains or paper blinds on that window. They could
blow over the surface burners and ignite, causing a fire hazard.
• Gas appliances can cause minor exposure to three
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 flame, 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
• Do not store items of interest to children in the cabinets
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.
• DO NOT TOUCH THE COOKING SURFACE, THE
BURNERS, GRATES, OR ANY AREAS NEAR THEM.
Surface burners or appliance may be hot even though
flames 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 flammable materials touch these areas until they
have had sufficient time to cool.
• Clean the appliance regularly to keep all parts free of
grease that could catch fire. Exhaust fan ventilation
hoods and grease filters should be kept clean. Do not
allow grease to accumulate on hood or filter. Greasy
deposits in the fan could catch fire. When cooking food,
turn the hood fan on. Refer to hood manufacturer’s
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 flammable 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.
• Never leave surface burners unattended at high heat
settings. Boilovers cause smoke and greasy spillovers
that may ignite, or a pan that has boiled dry may melt.
• Do not wear loose-fitting or hanging garments while
using the appliance. Do not let clothing or other
flammable materials contact hot surfaces.
• Do not use aluminum foil to line any part of the
appliance. Use aluminum foil only to cover food during
cooking. Improper installation of these liners may result
in risk of electric shock or fire.
• Smother grease fires with a pan lid, or use baking soda,
a dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.
• Use an extinguisher ONLY if:
- You know you have a Class A, B or C extinguisher, and
you already know how to operate it.
- The fire is small and contained in the area where it is started.
• Only certain types of glass, glass/ceramic, ceramic,
earthenware, or other glazed utensils are suitable for
appliance service without breaking due to the sudden
change in temperature. Check the manufacturer’s
recommendations for appliance use.
• Do not use decorative surface burner covers. If a
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.
- The fire department is being/has been called.
- You can fight the fire with your back to an exit.
• When heating fat or grease, watch it closely. Fat or
grease may catch fire if allowed to become too hot.
• Use only dry potholders. Moist or damp potholders on
hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do not
let potholders touch hot heating elements, the flame or
burners. Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth instead
of a potholder.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING:
• Do not heat unopened food containers. Buildup of
pressure may cause the container to burst and result
in injury.
• Stepping, leaning or sitting on this appliance can result in
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.
• Know which knob controls which surface burner. Visually
check that the burner has lit. Then adjust the flame so it
does not extend beyond the edge of the pot/pan.
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The burning of gas cooking fuel generates some
by-products that are on the list of substances which
are known by the State of California to cause cancer or
reproductive harm. California law requires businesses
to warn customers of potential exposure to such
substances. To minimize exposure to these substances,
always operate this unit according to the use and care
manual, ensuring you provide good ventilation when
cooking with gas.
Important Safety Information
DANGER
• Use the proper pot/pan sizes. This appliance is equipped
with surface units of different sizes. Select pots/pans
having flat 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 efficiency.
• Always use proper flame size. Adjust flame size so it
does not extend beyond the edge of the pot/pan. The
use of undersized pots/pans will expose a portion of the
burner flame to direct contact and may result in ignition
of clothing. Proper relationship of pot/pan to flame will
also improve efficiency.
• Top burner flame size should be adjusted so it does not
extend beyond the edge of the cooking utensil.
• Do not use stove top grills on your gas appliance. If
you 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.
• Remove all packaging materials from the appliance
before operating it. These materials can ignite, causing
smoke and/or fire damage.
• Do not use abrasive or caustic cleaners or detergents on
this appliance. They may cause permanent damage to
the surface.
• Clean appliance with caution.
• Remove pot holder away from hot surface areas.
TIPPING DANGER
• TIPPING RANGES CAN CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
• TO REDUCE THE RISK OF TIPPING OF THE RANGE, THE RANGE MUST BE
SECURED WITH A PROPERLY INSTALLED ANTI-TIP DEVICE.
• FAILURE TO PROPERLY INSTALL THE ANTI-TIP BRACKET COULD RESULT IN
THE DEATH OF A CHILD OR ADULT.
• To check if the device has been properly installed, slide range forward, look for anti-tip bracket securely attached to wall
then slide range back so rear range foot is under anti-tip bracket.
• Carefully pull on the range from the rear. If the bracket is installed correctly, the range will not tip more than 4 inches from
the wall. If it tips forward more than 4 inches, the anti-tip device has not been has not been installed correctly.
• CAUTION: DO NOT TIP THE RANGE MORE THAN 4 INCHES FROM THE WALL AS IT COULD TIP OVER AND CAUSE
INJURY.
• If the range is pulled from the wall for any reason, always repeat this procedure to verify the range is properly secured
by the anti-tip bracket.
• Never completely remove the leveling legs or the range will not be secured to the anti-tip device properly.
• NEVER step or sit on the door.
• The range will not tip during normal use. However, without a properly fastened anti-tip bracket, the range can tip if too
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.
• See page 19 for instructions on how to install the Anti-Tip Bracket.
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Important Safety Information
VENTILATION WARNINGS
• The appliance should have proper ventilation in order
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.
• Observe all governing codes and ordinances. Do not
obstruct flow of combustion and ventilation air.
• It is the installer’s responsibility to comply with
installation clearances specified on the model/serial
rating plate.
• For proper operation of a gas appliance, the air
necessary for the combustion of the gas must be able
to flow into the room naturally. The air must flow 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).
• This opening must be constructed so that it will
not be obstructed from inside or outside, and not
be constructed close to the floor. The opening is
recommended to be on the side opposite to that on
which the flue gases are discharged.
• Avoid placing cabinetry directly above the appliance
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.
• Cabinet opening dimensions that are shown must be
used. Given dimensions are minimum clearances.
• Working areas adjacent to the appliance should have
18” minimum clearance between countertop and cabinet
bottom (see Figure 1).
• All openings in the wall or floor where appliance is to be
installed must be sealed.
• Contact a qualified floor covering installer to check that
wall coverings, countertops and cabinets around the
appliance can withstand at least 200°F (93°C).
• The appliance should be located for convenient use
in the kitchen.
• Recessed installations must provide complete enclosure
of the sides and rear of the range.
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• If a range hood is installed above the appliance,
maintain a 30” minimum clearance between cooking
surface and bottom of range hood. The range hood
must be connected directly to flues or to the outside.
It is recommended that the unit be operated with an
oven head, vented exhaust hood of sufficient size and
capacity.
• To eliminate the risk of burns or fire by reaching
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.
• Use an insulated pad or 1/4” (0.64 cm) plywood under
range if installing range over carpeting.
• The floor anti-tip bracket must be installed. To install the
anti-tip bracket shipped with the range, see “Install AntiTip Bracket” section on page 19.
• Grounded electrical supply is required. See “Connect
to AC” section on page 19 and 20, as well as the safety
precautions on page 10.
• Proper gas supply connection must be available. See
“Gas Connection” section on pages 15 and 16, as well
as the safety precautions on page 9.
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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.
30”(76.2 cm) Min.
36”(91.4 cm) Max.
18” (45.7 cm) Min.
36” (91.4 cm)
1/4”
(0.6 cm)
Figure 1
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The bottom of the hood should be 30”
min. to 36” above the countertop. This
would typically result in the bottom of
the hood being 66” to 72” above the
floor. These dimensions provide safe
and efficient operation of the hood.
Important Safety Information
INSTALLATION WARNINGS
501A, ANSI A119.2.2–1982, or with local codes.
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.
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 INSTALLATIONS REQUIRE:
When this range is installed in a mobile home, it must
be secured to the floor 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.
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
GAS DANGER
sealing compound which is resistant to liquefied
petroleum gases on all threaded connections.
Explosion hazard conditions will exist unless
you perform ALL of the following:
• Gas supply should be located near the opening for this
appliance (see Figure 2):
• Use a new CSA International approved gas
supply line.
• Install a shut-off valve.
2”
• Securely tighten all gas connections.
6.25”
• If connected to LP, have a qualified person make sure
gas pressure does not exceed 14” (36 cm) water column.
10.5”
• Examples of a qualified person include:
4”
- Licensed heating personnel
2”
- Authorized gas company personnel
Shortest connection
from hard pipe stub
location to range
hook-up.
- Authorized service personnel
Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
• Observe all governing codes and ordinances.
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 designcertified 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
conducted according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
• The appliance should be connected to the supply line
with 1/2-inch black iron pipe or a certified flexible type
stove connector. To prevent gas leaks, put an approved
Area allows for
flush installation
with through-thewall connection
of pipe stub /
shut-off valve
and rear wall
120V outlet.
Area allows for flush installation
with through-the-floor connection
of pipe stub / shut-off valve.
Figure 2
Types of Gas
NATURAL GAS:
• This appliance is designed for use with Natural gas or,
after proper conversion, for use with LP gas.
• This appliance is factory set for use with Natural gas. The
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 qualified service technician.
• No attempt shall be made to convert the appliance from
the gas specified on the model/serial rating plate for use with a different gas without consulting the serving
gas supplier.
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Important Safety Information
GAS CONNECTIONS
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.
• To reduce the possibility of gas leaks, apply Teflon tape
or a thread compound approved for use with LP or
Natural gases to all threaded connections.
Note: Check all piping connections in the unit for leaks.
Never use an open flame to check for gas leaks. Use some
soap water (50% water and 50% soap) or a leak detector at
all joints and connections to check for leaks in the system.
Do not use a flame to check for gas leaks. 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.
• Install male 1/2’’ flare union adapter to 1/2” NPT internal
thread elbow at inlet of regulator. On models equipped
with standard twin burners, install the male pipe thread
end of the ½” flare union adapter to the ½” NPT internal
thread at inlet of pressure regulator. Use a wrench on the
regulator fitting to avoid damage.
• The appliance and its individual shut-off valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system during
any pressure testing of that system at test pressures in
excess of 1/2 psig.
• Install a manual gas line shut-off valve in the gas line
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.
• Install male 1/2” or 3/4” flare 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.
• The appliance must be isolated 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 psig (3.5kPa).
ELECTRICAL DANGER
• This appliance is 240V/60Hz (AN-2330SS/(AN-2336SS),
240V (AN-2348SS). It is recommended to connect to a 15Amp or 20-Amp power supply.
Electrical Shock Hazard.
Do not use an extension cord.
• Total Input Power is 3.2 kW (AN-2330SS), 3.4 kW
(AN-2336SS), 5.2 kW (AN-2348SS), 50 A for ranges. A
dedicated circuit, protected by a minimum 15 to 20-amp
time delay fuse or circuit breaker is required.
Failure to follow these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical shock.
• Any additions, changes or conversions required in order
for this appliance to satisfactorily meet the application
needs must be made by a qualified service technician
in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions
and all codes and requirements of the authority having
jurisdiction. Failure to follow the instructions could
result in serious injury or property damage. The qualified
agency performing this work assumes responsibility for
the conversion.
• DO NOT operate this appliance using a 2-prong adapter
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
qualified electrician.
• Severe shock, or damage to the range may occur if the
appliance is not installed by a qualified installer or electrician.
• For personal safety, the appliance must be properly
grounded.
• The power supply must be the correct polarity. Reverse
polarity will result in continuous sparking of the
electrodes, even after flame ignition. If there is any doubt
as to whether the power supply has the correct polarity
or grounded, have it checked by a qualified electrician.
• Your range must be electrically grounded in accordance
with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, in
accordance with the National Electrical Code (ANSI/
NFPA 70, latest edition). In Canada, electrical grounding
must be in accordance with the current CSA C22.1
Canadian Electrical Code Part 1 and/or local codes. A
copy of this standard may be obtained from: National
Fire Protection Association, 1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy,
Massachusetts 02269-9101.
WARNINGS:
• Electrical Grounding Instructions: this indoor gas 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.
• Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from the plug.
• Caution: label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause improper and
dangerous operation. Verify proper operation after servicing.
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Installation
Included Parts
Griddle (48” models only)
Adjustable Feet
LP conversion kit
Gas pipe adapter with washer
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Installation
Tools and Additional Parts Needed
Tape measure
Phillips screwdriver
Flat blade screwdriver
1/8” flat 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 floors)
Marker or pencil
Pipe-joint compound resistant to
LP gas
For Additional Parts:
Check local codes, consult gas
supplier and check existing gas/
electrical supply. See “Electrical
Requirements” and “Gas Supply
Requirements” sections.
Noncorrosive leak-detection solution
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Installation
Dimensions
30” (76.3 cm)
27.3” (69.4 cm)
AN-2330SS
7.5”
(19.1 cm)
33.2”
(84.4 cm)
34.8”
(88.4 cm)
20.”1
(51.1 cm)
4.3”
(11 cm)
2.8” (7.2 cm) 4” (10.2 cm)
AN-2336SS
27.3” (69.4 cm)
36” (91.5 cm)
7.5”
(19.1 cm)
33.2”
(84.4 cm)
34.8”
(88.4 cm)
20.”1
(51.1 cm)
4.3”
(11 cm)
2.8” (7.2 cm) 4” (10.2 cm)
AN-2348SS
27.3” (69.4 cm)
47.9” (121.7 cm)
7.5”
(19.2 cm)
33.2”
(84.4 cm)
34.8”
(88.4 cm)
2.8” (7.2 cm) 4” (10.2 cm)
20.”1
(51.1 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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Installation
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 flush 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.
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 fits 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 film covering the appliance.
WARNINGS:
• Extremely Heavy.
• Proper equipment and adequate manpower when move the range to avoid personal injury or damage to the unit or
the floor. The unit is heavy and rests on adjustable steel legs.
• Failure to follow this advice may result in damage or personal injury.
WARNING:
DO NOT LIFT THE UNIT BY THE OVEN DOOR HANDLE.
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Installation
STEP 3
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 flush 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.
•
13” (33 cm) Max.
30”(76.2 cm) Min.
36”(91.4 cm) Max.
18” (45.7 cm) Min.
The minimum distance from the side of the range above
the countertop to combustible sidewalls must be at
least 10 inches.
36” (91.4 cm)
1/4”
(0.6 cm)
Figure 3
STEP 4
Gas Connection
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 flexible 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.
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 flexible 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, flexible connectors should be single wall metal connectors less than 6 feet/182.9 cm
in length.
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Installation
STEP 4 (Continued)
Gas Connection
WARNINGS:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Please make sure to read ALL safety precautions on pages 4 to 10.
Explosion Hazard.
Use a new CSA International approved gas supply line.
Install a shut-off valve.
Securely tighten all gas connections.
If connected to LP, have a qualified person make sure gas pressure does not exceed 12” (30 cm) water column.
Examples of a qualified person include: licensed heating personnel, authorized gas company personnel, and
authorized service personnel.
• Failure to do so can result in death, explosion, or fire.
u
v
Shut off the main gas supply valve before removing
the old cooking appliance (if applicable) and leave it
off until the new hook-up has been completed. Don’t
forget to relight the pilots on other gas appliances
when you turn the gas back on.
Because hard piping restricts movement of the
appliance, the use of a CSA certified flexible 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.
w
Use a flexible gas line to connect to the 1/2” fitting,
located on the bottom right hand corner underneath
the appliance.
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.
To prevent gas leaks, use pipe joint compound
resistant to NG gases on all male external pipe
threads.
Figure 4
DANGER:
• Please make sure to read ALL safety precautions on pages 4 to 10.
• 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.
• Tighten all connections if necessary to prevent gas leakage in the appliance or supply line.
• Check alignment of control knob valves after connecting the appliance to the gas supply to be sure the appliance
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.
• Disconnect this appliance and its individual manual shut-off valve from the gas supply piping system during any
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).
After installation:
• Check ignition of cooktop burners.
• Check the air shutter adjustment – sharp blue flame, with no yellow tipping or lifting flames.
• Check ignition of oven burner.
• Visually check tubular burner (oven burner) re-ignition to be sure both rows of burner ports are relighting each time.
• Check for gas leaks at all gas connections (using a gas detector, never a flame).
• Check oven bake and convection bake function.
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Installation
STEP 5 (Optional)
(Must be done before Step 6 if converting to Propane)
Liquefied Petroleum (Propane)
Gas Conversion
w
Unscrew the regulator cap with a wrench (see Figure
6).
x
Remove retainer pin by pulling it out (see Figure 7).
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.
The kit is marked “FOR LP/PROPANE GAS CONVERSION”.
Figure 7
WARNINGS:
• Please make sure to read ALL safety precautions on
pages 4 to 10.
• Failure to make the appropriate conversion after
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.
u
y
Reverse the retainer pin and snap it back into the
regulator cap (see Figure 8).
Figure 8
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
steps: “Adjusting the
Regulator Pressure”;
“Changing Burner
Nozzles”; “Adjusting
Burner Flames”; and
Figure 5
“Testing Flame Stability”.
U
Screw the regulator cap back into the regulator and
re-attach it to the nipple and flare union as shown.
DO NOT over-tighten (see Figures 9 and 10).
Adjusting the Regulator Pressure
v
Shut off the gas supply to
the appliance by closing
the manual shut-off valve
(see Figure 5). Disconnect
electrical power to the
appliance before servicing. Do
not remove regulator or allow
it to turn during servicing.
Figure 9
Manual
Shut off
Valve
Flare
Union
Gas Flow
Flare
Union
Pressure
Regulator
On
Off
Figure 6
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Joint
Joint
Access
Cap
Figure 10
Installation
STEP 5 (Continued)
Liquefied Petroleum (Propane)
Gas Conversion
Changing Burner 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.
INSTALLATION TIP: To prevent any omissions,
remove ALL existing Natural Gas nozzles before
replacing them with the LP nozzles.
V
W
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 flame).
WARNING:
Care should be taken when removing and replacing
gas components. Use proper support to prevent
damage to components.
Install the proper nozzles in the exact locations as
noted in the illustrations below (see Figures 11).
AN-2330SS
D
B
C
A
Burner
NG
LPG
A
B
C
D
1.75
1.33
1.75
1.33
1.18
0.93
1.18
0.93
POAN-2336SS
: SE004
F
D
B
E
C
A
Burner
NG
LPG
A
B
C
D
E
F
1.38*2+0.75
1.59
1.1
1.33
1.75
1.33
0.9*2+0.46
1.04
0.72
0.93
1.18
0.93
Charge thermique totale /
PO : SE004
AN-2348SS
H
F
D
B
G
E
C
A
Burner
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
NG
1.38*2+0.75
1.59
1.1
1.33
1.38*2+0.75
1.59
1.1
1.33
LPG
0.9*2+0.46
1.04
0.72
0.93
0.9*2+0.46
1.04
0.72
0.93
Débit d'entrée du bruleur (BTU/h) / Burner input rating
Figure 11
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Installation
STEP 6
Install Anti-Tip Bracket
To reduce the risk of tipping of the range, the range must be
secured to the floor 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
v
Slide range forward.
w
Safely tilt the front of the range upward slightly and
move back against wall, Making sure the pin slides
under bracket.
Make sure the anti-tip bracket is securely attached
to the wall behind the range.
Figure 12
STEP 7
Connect to AC
DANGER:
• Please make sure to read ALL safety precautions on pages 4 to 10.
• Electrical Shock Hazard.
• Do not use an adapter.
• Do not use an extension cord.
• Failure to follow these instructions can result in death, fire, or electrical shock.
• Electrical connection must be performed by a qualified service technician in accordance with the kit instructions
and all local codes and requirements.
• The safety circuit-breaker and the electrical system must be able to withstand the load of the appliance. See rating
label on back of appliance.
• Rating plate is located on back of appliance should you need to verify any of the electrical requirements.
• The power supply system should have a ground connection in good working order in accordance with the
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.
• The manufacturer is not liable for any direct or indirect damage caused by faulty installation or connection. It is
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
• The power cord is equipped with a three-prong
(grounding) plug which mates with a standard threeprong grounding wall receptacle to minimize the
possibility of electrical shock hazard from the appliance.
• All cord connected appliance shall include instructions
relative to location of the wall receptacle and a warning
to the user to disconnect the electrical supply before
serving the appliance.
• Where a standard two-prong wall receptacle is
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 13
STEP 8
Finish Installation
u
When all connections have been made, check that
all range controls are in the “off” position and turn
on the main gas supply valve.
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Figure 14
Figure 15
WARNING:
• Never use reductions, shunts, or adapters which
can cause overheating or burning.
• Make sure the AC Supply cable does not come in
contact with any parts or components that get hot.
Safety Before Operating
Safety Precautions
multi-purpose dry chemical or foam-type fire extinguisher.
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”.
• Allow the burner grates and other surfaces to cool before
touching them.
• Make sure your appliance is properly adjusted by a
qualified 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 qualified service
technician according to the manufacturer’s instructions
and all codes and requirements of the authority having
jurisdiction. Failure to follow these instructions could
result in serious injury or property damage. The qualified
agency performing this work assumes responsibility for
the conversion.
• Stepping, leaning or sitting on this appliance can result in
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.
• NEVER block the vents (air holes) of the appliance. They
provide the air inlet and outlet that are necessary for
the appliance to operate properly with correct
combustion.
• Leak testing of the appliance shall be conducted
according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
• Make sure your appliance is properly installed and
grounded by a qualified installer, according to the
installation instructions. Any adjustment and service
should be performed only by qualified gas range
installers or service technicians.
• Items of interest to children should not be placed in
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.
• NEVER use your appliance as a space heater to heat or
warm the room. Doing so may result in carbon monoxide
poisoning and overheating of the oven.
• NEVER wear loose fitting or hanging garments while
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 flame
or hot oven surfaces and may cause severe burns.
• DO NOT place flammable materials in an oven,
a warming drawer or near a cooktop.
• To prevent poor air circulation, place the appliance out
of kitchen traffic path and out of drafty locations.
• DO NOT attempt to repair or replace any part of your
appliance unless it is specifically mentioned in this
manual.
All other service should be referred to a qualified
technician.
• Make sure all packaging materials are removed from the
appliance before operating it to prevent fire or smoke
damage should the packaging material ignite.
• When cooking, set the burner controls so that the flame
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
flames at a low or medium setting.
• DO NOT place or use combustible materials such as
gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other appliance.
• 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.
• DO NOT allow cooking grease or other flammable
materials in or near the appliance.
• DO NOT use water on grease fires. Never touch a flaming
pan. Turn the controls off. Smother a flaming pan on
a surface burner by covering the pan completely with
a well-fitting lid, cookie sheet or flat tray. A grease fire can
be put out by covering it with baking soda or, if available,
by using a multi-purpose dry chemical or foam-type
fire 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
• 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 flame. These components may be hot
enough to cause burns.
• During and after use, do not touch interior surfaces of the
oven until cool.
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Safety Before Operating
Surface Burner Safety
• Use the least possible amount of fat for effective shallow
or deep-fat frying. Filling the pan too full of fat can cause
spillovers when food is added.
WARNINGS:
• If the top burner flame goes out, gas will continue
to flow to the burner until the knob is turned to the
OFF position.
• Do not leave the burners ON unattended.
• Use proper pot/pan size—DO NOT use pans that
are unstable or easily tipped. Select cookware
having flat 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.
• DO NOT cook foods directly on the flame (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.
• Foods for frying should be as dry as possible. Frost or
moisture on foods can cause hot fat to bubble up and
spill over the sides of the pan.
• NEVER try to move a pan of hot fat, especially a deep fat
fryer. Wait until the fat is cool.
• NEVER leave the surface burners unattended at high
flame settings. Boilovers cause smoking and greasy
spillovers that may catch on fire.
• DO NOT place plastic items on the cooktop—they may
melt if left too close to the vent.
• Always turn the burner knob to the Ignite position when
igniting the top burners and make sure the burners
have ignited.
• Keep all plastics away from the surface burners.
• To prevent burns, always be sure that the Burner knobs
are in the OFF position and all grates are cool before
attempting to remove them.
• Control the top burner flame size so it does not extend
beyond the edge of the cookware. Excessive flame is
hazardous.
• Use only dry pot holders—moist or damp pot holders
on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. DO
NOT let pot holders come near open flames when lifting
cookware. DO NOT use a towel or other bulky cloth
instead of a pot holder.
• When using glass cookware—make sure it is designed
for top-of-range cooking.
• To prevent burns, ignition of flammable materials and
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 flammable items and will
increase pressure in closed containers, which may
cause them to burst.
• Carefully watch foods being fried at a high flame setting.
• Always heat fat slowly, and watch as it heats.
• If frying combinations of oils and fats, stir together
before heating.
• If you smell gas, turn off the gas to the appliance and call
a qualified service technician. Never use an open flame
to locate a leak.
• Always turn Burner knob to the OFF position before
removing cookware.
• DO NOT lift the cooktop. Lifting the cooktop can cause
damage and improper operation of the appliance.
• If appliance is located near a window, DO NOT hang long
curtains that could blow over the surface burners and
catch on fire.
• DO NOT operate the burner for an extended period of
time without cookware on the grate. The finish on the
grate may chip without cookware to absorb the heat.
• Always use utensils/cookware for their intended purpose.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions. Some utensils/
cookware were not made to be used in the oven or on the
cooking surface.
READ AND FOLLOW THIS SAFETY
INFORMATION CAREFULLY.
• Use a deep fat thermometer if possible to prevent
overheating fat beyond the smoking point.
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SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS!
Operation
Guidelines for Using Cooktop Burners
• There are dual burners that have the same low turn-down
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.
• Never allow flames to extend beyond cookware or curl up
its sides. This could discolor and damage the utensil and
you may get burned touching a hot handle.
• Keep handles out of the way. Turn handles so that they
don’t extend over the edge of the appliance or another
burner that is on.
• Make sure that all burner parts are properly in place.
Incorrectly or incompletely assembled burners may
produce dangerous flames. See ‘Replacing the burner
parts’ in ‘Care and cleaning’.
• Keep the burners clean. Especially after a spill or boil
over, make sure you clean the affected burners before
using them again. Food residue may clog the igniter and
the notches of the flame spreader, stopping the burner
from functioning correctly. See ‘Care and cleaning’ for
instructions.
• Check that the burner flames are regular. They should be
blue with no yellow tipping, and burn without fluttering all
around the burner cap. If not, see ‘Troubleshooting’ for
advice.
• Take care when deep-frying. Oil or fat can overheat very
quickly, particularly on a high setting.
Surface Burner Ignition
u
To light the top burners, push the appropriate
control knob to release gas.
v
Turn the control knob counter-clockwise to the “HI”
position. You will hear a clicking noise, the sound
of the electric spark igniting the burner. If the knob
stays at “Hi”, it will continue to click.
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 flame will give the best simmer results. Small flames offer precise cooking performance for delicate foods,
keeping food warm, melting chocolate or butter, and for slow-cooking over low heat.
•
The highest (larger) flame 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 flame size.
•
Any flame larger than the bottom of the cookware is wasted.
•
The flame should be steady and blue in color. Foreign material in the gas line
may cause an orange flame during initial operation.
Approximately
1” - 1 1/2” flame
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 five 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
counterclockwise to “HI”. After burner lights, turn knob to setting.
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
•
Do not block the ducts at the rear of the range when cooking in the oven. It is important that the flow 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
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.
DANGER:
Before using the appliance for the first time – it is recommended that the oven be turned on to burn off the
manufacturing oils. Set the oven control knob to 450˚F (230˚C) and let the oven run for 20 to 30 minutes. Then turn the
oven control knob to “Broil” for the same length of time. Turn on the range hood to remove odors or smoke away from
the kitchen.
Turn off appliances when done. Please note that the cooling fan shall continue to run until such time that the oven has
cooled down. This is normal oven operation.
Bake
The BAKE mode is used to prepare a variety of food using heated air in the oven. Refer to recipes from cookbooks and
food websites or packaging directions for oven temperature settings, preheat and baking times.
Rotate the Oven Temperature Control Knob to the recommended temperature setting. The Oven Cycle Light shall turn on
to indicate oven is in operation. In PREHEAT, the upper and lower heating elements shall turn on and off, intermittently. The
Oven Cycle Light shall turn off when the temperature is reached.
Keep the oven door closed to minimize heat loss. Use the oven light switch to turn on the oven light and see the inside of
oven without opening door.
Convection Bake
Heat is transferred from the lower heating element located in the bottom of the oven cavity. 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 large baking jobs. Convection cooking is faster, can be accomplished at lower
temperatures and provides more even temperatures than regular cooking.
To use convection, follow the steps similar to standard BAKE, then press the convection fan switch to ON position.
Keep the oven door closed to minimize heat loss. Use the oven light switch to turn on the oven light and see the inside of
oven without opening door. For best result, use shallow uncovered pans and cookie sheet without sides.
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Operation
Broil
The intense heat from the upper heating element is used to cook thin slices of meat, poultry and fish. The heating element
coils turns red when the oven control knob is set to BROIL.
Place food in the recommended rack position after the oven has completed the PREHEAT cycle. Refer to recipes or
packaging for broiling instructions and cook times.
Rotate the Oven Temperature Control Knob to the BROIL position. The Oven Cycle Light shall turn on to indicate oven is in
operation. The upper heating elements is energized to maintain 550˚F.
Keep the oven door closed. Use the oven light to see inside of oven
Broiler Operation
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 flavor.
Preheating
Preheating is suggested when searing rare steaks (remove any broiler pan before preheating with the infrared broiler, foods
will stick on hot metal). To preheat, turn the “Oven” selector knob to the “Broil” position. Wait for the burner to become
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
the “stop” position before turning or removing food.
Setting Broil
The “Oven” selector knob controls the Broil feature. When broiling, heat radiates downward from the oven broiler for even
coverage. The Broil feature temperature is 500°F (260°C).
A 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
fire.
To set the oven to Broil:
u
v
w
Place a broiler pan insert on a broiler pan. Then place the food on the broiler pan insert.
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 first, position the broiler pan after the broil burner is
preheated.
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.
Preheat the griddle for 10-12 minutes.
w
A stainless steel cover that is sized to fit 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
w
x
x
When the griddle is preheated to the desired
temperature, the indicator light will turn on.
Butter or cooking oil can be added for more flavor,
before placing the food to cook.
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
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
w
Turn off the power at the main power supply.
x
Remove the lens cover from the housing by pulling
straight out.
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
WARNINGS:
• The removable oven door is heavy. You may need
help removing and replacing it.
• Be careful when removing and lifting up the door.
• DO NOT lift the door by the handle, but by holding
the door on each side.
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.
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.
y
Remove the kick plate.
U
To replace the door, perform the previous steps in
reverse order.
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:
u
Open the door completely.
v
Lift up and pull the small levers located on the two
hinges all the way back to unlock.
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Care and Cleaning
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.
WARNINGS:
• Please make sure to read ALL safety precautions
on pages 4 to 10 and 21 to 22.
• Electric Shock Hazard.
• To avoid possible burns use care when cleaning
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.
The rings are NOT dishwasher safe.
Do not use cleaners for stainless steel surfaces as these
rings are not stainless steel.
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.
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, fibrous or plastic brush,
and nylon pad for cleaning.
•
Always dry components completely before using the
cooktop.
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.
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.
Use a hot, damp cloth with a mild detergent. Use a clean,
hot, damp cloth to remove soap. Dry with a dry, clean cloth.
Do not use aluminum foil on the stainless steel surfaces.
Doing so will cause damages that affect the life of stainless
steel.
Make sure not to rotate the knobs when cleaning.
Metal Finishes
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.
Wash with soap and water, glass cleaner, or mild liquid
sprays.
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
Control Panel, Door Handle, Control Housing
Oven Frame
•
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 finish.
Oven Gasket
•
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
fingerprint or smears.
•
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
•
•
Do not clean the gasket. The fiberglass 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.
Dry completely with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Porcelain Surfaces
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.
Clean with hot water, soap-filled steel-wool pads or
cleaners. Rinse well with clean water and dry.
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.
Troubleshooting Tips
Symptom
Oven will not heat.
Foods over-cooked
or under-cooked.
Possible Cause
Solution
Oven settings are not corrected.
Adjust time, temperature, or rack position.
Incorrect cooking time or temperature.
Have polarity corrected.
Dry or clean igniters.
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Troubleshooting Tips
Symptom
No ignition spark.
Possible Cause
Solution
Dead batteries or ignition module failed. Replace batteries and attempt ignition. If there is still
no spark ignition, the appliance burners can still be
CAUTION
used.
To light them:
Holding a lit match to the flame spreader,
push in on the control knob and turn
counterclockwise to LIGHT.
u
v
Igniters spark
continuously after flame
ignition.
Burners will not light.
When the flame is burning all the way round
the burner, you may adjust the heat.
Power supply polarity is reversed.
Have polarity corrected.
Igniters are wet or dirty.
Dry or clean igniters.
Burner parts or igniters may be
wet, dirty or misaligned.
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.
Top burner will not stay
lit.
The flames have
suddenly gone out.
Burner flame goes out at
low setting.
Flames do not burn all
around the burner cap.
Top burners do not light
or do not burn evenly.
Burner flames are very
large and yellow.
“Cracking” or “popping”
sound is heard coming
from appliance.
Nothing works.
Gas shut-off valve is in the “OFF”
position.
Turn shut-off valve to the “ON” position.
Failed thermocouple.
Replace thermocouple.
A draft or spill has
extinguished the flame.
Turn the burners off, cleaning the burners and sump
area. Once clean, reignite top burners.
Low gas pressure.
Contact gas company.
Air intake holes around burners are
obstructed.
Remove obstruction from air intake holes.
Burner parts may be dirty or misaligned. See “Care and Cleaning” instructions.
Plug on appliance is not completely
inserted in the electrical outlet.
Make sure the unit is properly connected to the
power supply.
Burner holes on the side of the burner
may be clogged.
Remove the burner heads and clean them. Check
the electrode area for burned-on food or grease.
Burner bezel ports are clogged.
Clean burner bezel ring ports with straightened
paperclip, needle, or wire.
Burner ports or burner caps are not
positioned properly.
Remove and carefully re-install burner bezel and
caps.
Appliance is being operated with the
wrong type of gas.
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.
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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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
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