User Manual
Please read these instructions before installation or using your
Dear Customer,
By purchasing this product you have chosen an appliance of
advanced technology and high quality.
The appliance was produced in modern facilities which
meet all environmental standards.
The instructions will help you to operate the appliance quickly and
Upon delivery, please check that the appliance is not damaged.
If you note any transport damage, please contact your point of
sale immediately and do not connect and operate the appliance!
Before you connect and start using the appliance, please read
this manual and all enclosed documents. Please note in
particular the safety instructions.
Keep all documents so that you can refer to the information
again later on. Please keep your receipt for any repairs which
may be required under warranty.
When you pass on the appliance to another person, please
provide all documents with it.
Table of Contents
О General Information............... 4
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Technical Data............... eee. 4
Accessories supplied with the unit........... 5
Injector Table... E HE 6
2 Safety Instructions................. 7
Explanation of safety instructions............. 7
Basic safety instructions... 7
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Safety when working with gas.................. 8
Safety when working with electricity ........ 9
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Future transportation .............—— 10
3 Installation ......... ===. ——..... 11
Before installation ee 11
Installation and connection..................... 12
Gas CONVErSION …......….......…...reccesceccccnese 15
4 Preparation ...........—--—.——- ==... 18
Tips for saving energy................———e———.... 18
Initial operation ..............———.—r...—....eee—.. 18
First cleaning of the appliance................ 18
Initial heatinG 18
Я Ном To Use The Hob.......... 20
General information on cooking ............. 20
How to use hobs......................=.. eee... 20
6 How To Operate The Oven. 22
General information on baking, roasting
and grilling............———.———— ee... 22
How to operate the grill .................———..... 22
Cooking times table for grilling............... 23
How to use the gas oven.......c................ 25
Cooking times table... 26
Maintenance and Care ....... 27
General information ..............——...—.——........ 27
How to clean the hob........................—...... 27
Cleaning the control panel...................... 27
Cleaning the oven................-——......ee_....—. 27
Replacing the oven lamp...............—........ 28
В Troubleshooting .................. 29
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E General Information
1 Burners' plate 6 Handle
2 Control panel 7 Front door
3 Grill switch 8 Tray
4 Storage Compartment 9 Wire shelf
Foot _
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
1 Lamp & Turnspit button 8 Mechanical timer
2 Ignition button 9 Rapid burner Rear right
3 Normal burner Front left 10 Auxiliary burner Front right
4 Normal burner Rear left 11 Thermostat lamp
5 Warning lamp 12 Oven knob
6 Hotplate Middle-front
/ Hotplate Middle-rear
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Technical Data
Outer dimensions (height/width/depth)
850 mm/900 mm/600 mm
220-240 V - 50 Hz
Total electric consumption
5,0 KW
Fuse protection
min. 16 A
Cable type / cross section
HO5VV-FG 3x2,5mm'
Cable length
max. 2 m
Gas device category
Gas type/pressure
NG G 20/20 mbar
Total gas consumption
11,9 kW
Conversion to gas type/pressure*
— optional
Front left Normal burner
Power 2000 W
Rear left Normal burner
Power 2000 W
Middle-front Hotplate
Size 14.5 cm
Power 1000 W
Middle-rear Hotplate
Size 18 cm
Power 1500 W with protector
Rear right Rapid burner
Power 2900 W
Front right Auxiliary burner
Power 1000 W
Main oven Gas oven
Inside illumination 15-25 W
Grill power consumption 2,5 kW
Oven power consumption 4 kW
Accessories supplied with the
Turn spit function
Can be used for grilling meat, poultry and
fish from all sides.
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spit with the forks.
Insert the turn spit into the drive
placed on the left side of the cavity
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and hang up into the turn spit hook
placed on the right side of the cavity.
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2 Safety Instructions
Explanation of safety
The following types of safety instructions
and information are used in this manual.
They can be distinguished by the symbol
and the initial signal word.
High risk of personal injury.
Non-observance may or will cause
serious injuries or death.
Risk of personal injury.
Non-observance may or will cause
minor or medium injuries.
Risk of material damage.
Non-observance may or will cause
damage on the appliance or other
Tip for the user.
Useful information on how to use
the appliance. No injury risk
Basic safety instructions
e The manufacturer reserves its right to
make changes in the technical
specifications in order to improve the
appliance quality without any prior
notice. Figures included in this manual °
are for schematic purpose only and
may not match exactly with your
appliance. Values stated on the
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markings of the appliance or in other
printed documents supplied with the
appliance are obtained under
laboratory conditions as per relevant
standards. These values may vary
according to the usage of the
appliance and ambient conditions.
This appliance is not intended for use
by persons (including children) with
reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been
given supervision or instruction
concerning use of appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the
Do not operate the appliance if it is
defective or shows any visible damage.
Do not carry out any repairs or
modifications on the appliance.
However, you may remedy some
malfunctions; see Troubleshooting,
page 29.
Be careful when using alcoholic drinks
in your dishes. Alcohol evaporates in
high temperatures and may cause fire
since it will catch fire when it gets in
contact with hot surfaces.
Do not heat closed food containers
and glass jars. Pressure that may
build-up in the jar can cause it to burst.
Ensure that no flammable materials are
adjacent to the appliance as the sides
become hot during use.
Do not leave empty pots or pans on
plates that are switched on. They
might get damaged.
Since it may be hot, do not leave
plastic or aluminum dishes on the
surface of appliance. These kind of
dishes should not be used to keep
food either.
Do not place baking trays, dishes or
aluminium foil directly onto the bottom
of the oven. The heat accumulation
might damage the bottom of the oven.
Appliance may be hot when it is in use.
Never touch the hot burners, inner
sections of the oven, heating elements
etc. Keep children away!
Always use heat-resistant gloves when
putting or removing the dishes
into/from your oven.
Rear surface of the oven gets hot
when it is in use. Gas / Electric
connection should not touch the rear
surface, otherwise the mains cable
may get damaged. Do not trap the
mains cable between the hot oven
door and frame. Do not route the
mains cable over the hot cooking
section. Otherwise, cable insulation
may melt and cause fire as a result of
short circuit.
Check all controls on the appliance are
switched off after use.
For the warranty to be valid, the
appliance must be installed by a
qualified person in accordance
with current regulations.
Safety for children
Accessible parts of the appliance will
become hot whilst the appliance is in
use and until the appliance has cooled,
children should be kept away.
Do not store any items above the
appliance that children may reach.
e The packaging materials will be
dangerous for children. Keep the
packaging materials away from
children. Please dispose of all parts of
the packaging according to
environmental standards.
e When the door is open, do not load
any heavy object on it and do not
allow children to sit on it . It may
overturn or door hinges may get
Safety when working with gas
e Any works on gas equipment and
systems may only be carried out by
authorised qualified persons who are
gas safe registered.
e Prior to the installation, be sure that
the conditions of local distribution (gas
type and gas pressure) and the
adjustment of the appliance are
e It shall be installed and connected in
accordance with current installation
regulations. Particular attention shall
be given to the relevant requirements
regarding ventilation; See Before
installation, page 11
e The use of a gas-cooking appliance
produces heat and humidity in the
space where it is located. You should
assure a good ventilation of the
kitchen: keep open the natural
ventilation exits, or install a mechanic
ventilation device (hood).
e (Gas appliances and systems must be
regularly checked for proper
functioning. Please arrange for annual
e (lean the gas burners regularly. The
flames should be blue and burn evenly.
* Good combustion is required in gas
appliances. In case of incomplete
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combustion, carbon monoxide (CO)
might develop. Carbon monoxide is a
colourless, odourless and very toxic
gas, which has lethal effect even in
very small doses.
* Request information about gas
emergency telephone numbers and
safety measures in case of gas smell
from you local gas provider.
What to do when you smell gas
Risk of explosion and poisoning!
Do not use open fire and do not
Do not operate any electric
switches (e.g. light switch or door
Do not use a telephone or mobile
1. Close all valves on gas appliances and
gas meter.
2. Open doors and windows.
3. Check all tubes and connections for
tightness. If you still smell gas leave the
4. Warn the neighbours.
5. Call the fire-brigade. Use a telephone
outside the house.
6. Do not re-enter the property until you
are told it is safe to do so.
Safety when working with
* Any work on electric equipment and
systems may only be carried out by
authorized qualified persons.
e In case of any damage, switch off the
appliance and disconnect it from the
mains supply by removing the fuse or
switching off the circuit breaker.
e Ensure that the fuse rating is correct.
Intended use
The appliance is designed for domestic use
only. Commercial use is not admissible.
This appliance should not be used for
heating purposes.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for any
damage caused by improper use or
handling errors.
Packaging material
LEA Risk of suffocation by the
packaging materials!
Keep children away from the
packaging materials.
The packaging material and transport locks
are made from materials that are not
harmful to the environment. Please dispose
of all parts of the packaging according to
environmental standards. This is beneficial
to the environment.
Old equipment
This appliance bears the selective sorting
symbol for waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE). This means that this
appliance must be handled pursuant to
European Directive 2002/96/EC in order to
be recycled or dismantled to minimize its
impact on the environment. For further
information, please contact your local or
regional authorities.
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Electronic appliances not included in the
selective sorting process are potentially
dangerous for the environment and human
health due to the presence of hazardous
Future transportation
Do not place other items on the
top of the appliance. The appliance
must be transported upright.
Store the appliance's original box and
transport the appliance in its original carton.
Follow the guidance marks that are printed
on the carton.
Verify the general appearance of
your equipment by identifying
possible damage during the
Secure the caps and pan supports with
adhesive tape.
To prevent the wire shelf and tray inside
the oven from damaging the oven door,
place a strip of cardboard onto the inside
of the oven door that lines up with the
position of the trays. Tape the oven door to
the side walls.
If you do not have the original carton
Pack the appliance in bubble wrap or thick
cardboard and tape it securely in order to
prevent damage during transportation.
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Е Installation
Before installation
Please note the product is packed without
the feet fitted, therefore please ensure the
feet are fitted as per the instructions; see
Installation and connection , page 12
before the appliance is placed in its final
To ensure that critical air gaps are
maintained under the appliance, we
recommend that this appliance is mounted
on a solid base and that the feet do not
sink into any carpet or soft flooring.
The kitchen floor must be able to carry the
weight of the appliance plus the additional
weight of cookware and bakeware and
food; see Technical Data, page 4.
À safety distance must be left between the
appliance and the kitchen walls and
furniture. See figure (values in mm).
e [t can be used with cabinets on either
side but in order to have a minimum
distance of 400mm above hotplate
level allow a side clearance of 65mm
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between the appliance and any wall,
partition or tall cupboard.
It can also be used in a free standing
position. Allow a minimum distance of
750mm from the hob surface to
adjacent surfaces above the hob
surface and 600mm to a cabinet
If a appliance hood is to be fitted, refer
to the manufacturer's instructions
regarding fixing height.
Movement of your appliance is most
easily achieved by lifting the front as
indicated in the drawing. Open the
oven door sufficiently to allow a
comfortable and safe grip on the
underside of the oven roof avoid
causing any damage to the grill
element or any internal parts of the
oven. Do not move by pulling on the
door handle or knobs. Move the
appliance a bit at a time until placed in
the position required.
e The appliance corresponds to device
class 1, i.e. it may be placed with the
rear and one side to kitchen walls,
kitchen furniture or equipment of any
size. The kitchen furniture or
equipment on the other side may only
be of the same size or smaller.
e Any kitchen furniture next to the
appliance must be heat-resistant (up
to 100 °C min.).
* The appliance must be secured
against overbalancing. Fasten hook 1
to the kitchen wall and screw safety
chain 2 to the appliance.
Room size Ventilation
smaller than 5 m* | min. 100 cm?
5 m° to 10 m” min. 50 ст”
greater than 10 m” | not required
In the cellar or min. 65 cm“
Installation and connection
Do not install the appliance next to
refrigerators or freezers. The heat
emitted by the appliance will lead
to an increased energy
consumption of cooling
e For installation the appliance must be
connected in accordance with all local
gas and/or electrical regulations.
e Carry the appliance with at least two
Room ventilation
The air for combustion is taken from the
room air and the exhaust gases are emitted
directly into the room.
Good room ventilation is essential for safe
operation of your appliance. If there is no
window or door available for room
ventilation, an extra ventilation must be
The door handle must not be used
for lifting or moving the appliance.
* The appliance must be placed directly
on the floor. It must not be placed onto
a base or a pedestal.
Connection to the gas supply
Risk of explosion or poisoning
by unprofessional installation.
The appliance may be connected
to the gas distribution system only
by an authorized qualified person
who is Gas Safe registered.
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> Risk of explosion!
Before starting any work on the
gas installation, please shut off the
gas supply.
e Pressure and type of the gas supplied
from the local distribution center must
correspond to the data specified on
the rating plate or gas type indication
label of the appliance.
Your appliance is adjusted for
Natural gas.
e Your natural gas installation must be
adjusted before the appliance is
e Ifnecessary, interchange the sharp
hose at the rear of your oven tip with
the plug by selecting a suitable place
on basis of the location of the natural
gas valve.
consult an authorised service centre
for the related conversion procedure.
Risk of explosion by damage of
the safety tube!
The safety tube must not be
clamped, bent or trapped or come
into contact with hot parts of the
Connection to the mains supply
This appliance must be earthed!
Our company shall not held
responsible for any damage
caused by using the appliance
without earthed socket.
Risk of electric shock, short
circuit or fire by unprofessional
The appliance may be connected
to the mains supply only by an
authorized qualified person and the
appliance is only guaranteed after
Hose nozzle
e There must be a flex pipe at the outlet
of the installation for the natural gas
connection and the tip of this pipe
must be closed with a plug.
N —
e Service Representative will remove the
plug during connection and connect
your appliance by means of a straight
connection device (coupling).
* Make sure that the natural gas valve is
readily accessible.
e If you need to use your appliance later
with a different type of gas, you must
correct installation.
Risk of electric shock, short
circuit or fire by damage of the
mains lead!
The mains lead must not be
clamped, bent or trapped or come
into contact with hot parts of the
If the mains lead is damaged, it
must be replaced by a qualified
The mains supply data must correspond to
the data specified on the rating plate of the
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appliance. The rating plate is either seen
when the door or the lower cover is opened
or it is located at the rear wall of the
appliance depending on the appliance type.
The supply cable of the appliance must
correspond to the specifications; see
technical data table Technical Data, page 4.
Risk of electric shock!
Before starting any work on the
electrical installation, please
disconnect the appliance from the
mains supply.
1. If no all-pole separation from the mains
supply is possible, a separation unit
must be connected with a contact
distance of 3 mm min. (fuses, line
safety switches, contactors) all poles
which should be adjacent to (but not
above) the appliance in accordance
with IEE regulations. Failure to observe
this instruction may result in operational
problems and invalidation of the
appliance warranty.
Additional protection by a residual current
circuit breaker is recommended.
If a mains lead without a plug is not
supplied with the appliance;
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For single phase connection, Take
care to connect as below:
Brown cable = L (Live)
Blue cable = N (Neutral)
Green/yellow cable must be
connected to ground (E) — line.
For two phase connection, Take care
to connect as below:
Brown cable = L1 (Live 1)
Black cable = L2 (Live 2)
Blue cable = N (Neutral)
Green/yellow cable must be
connected to ground (E) — line.
For three phase connection, Take
care to connect as below:
Brown cable = L1 (Live 1)
Black cable = L2 (Live 2)
Black cable = L3 (Live 3)
Blue cable = N (Neutral)
Green/yellow cable must be
connected to ground (E) — line.
Position appliance up to the kitchen
Securely attach safety chain to the
wall behind the cooker.
Installation of the oven feet
Four feet are supplied with the
Each foot should be mounted to the
housings placed on all corners of the
The appliance must be lifted to a
sufficient height in order to allow easy
fitting of the feet. A minimum of two
people is recommended for this
operation. If you are resting the
product on something please ensure
that there is adequate support across
all of the base of the appliance.
Place the screwed side of the foot to
the housing and screw clockwise
For your safety,adjust the feet so that
the cooker is level (use a spirit level to
check) There is a risk of burning, pots
and pans spilling or falling off and poor
cooking performance if the cooker is
not level.
1 2
1 Foot
2 Foot housing
Final check
1. Switch electricity supply on.
Check electrical functions.
Turn on gas supply.
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Check gas installations for secure fitting
and tightness.
5. Ignite burners and check appearance of
the flame.
The flames should be blue and
burn smoothly. If the flames
appear yellowish, check secure
position of the burner cap or clean
the burner. Switch off gas and let
burner cool before touching it.
Gas conversion
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QA Risk of explosion!
Before starting any work on the
gas installation, please shut off the
gas supply.
In order to change your appliance's gas
type, change all injectors and make flame
adjustment for all valves at reduced flow
rate position.
e Gas conversion must only be carried
out by a Gas Safe registered
installer or service agent.
Exchange injector for the burners
1. Take off burner cap and burner body.
2. Unscrew injectors.
3. Fit new injectors.
. Check all connections for secure fitting
and tightness.
New injectors have their
position marked on their
packing or injector table on
Injector Table, page 6 can be
referred to.
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1 Flame failure device (model depen-
2 Sparking plug
3 Injector
4 Burner
Unless there is an abnormal
condition, do not attempt to
remove the gas burner taps. You
must call an Authorised service
agent if it is necessary to change
the taps.
Reduced gas flow rate setting for hob
1. Ignite the burner that is to be adjusted
and turn the knob to the reduced
2. Remove the knob from the gas tap.
3. Use an appropriately sized screwdriver
to adjust the flow rate adjustment
For LPG (Butane - Propane) turn the screw
For the natural gas, you should turn the
screw counter-clockwise once.
» The normal length of a straight flame in
the reduced position should be 6-7 mm.
4. If the flame is higher than the desired
position, turn the screw clockwise. If it
is smaller turn anticlockwise.
5. For the last control, bring the burner
both to high-flame and reduced
positions and check whether the flame
is on or off.
Depending on the type of gas tap used in
your appliance the adjustment screw
position may vary.
1 Flow rate adjustment screw
1 Flow rate adjustment screw
Exchange injector for the oven
1. Unscrew fastening two screws of the
rear cover.
2. Unscrew the two screws from the
injector holder.
3. Pull out the injector holder.
4. Remove the injector.
5. Fit new injector.
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4. After 15 minutes, adjust the oven to the
lowest flame position.
5. Set the flame length to 2 to 3 mm by
means of the screw 1 on the oven tap.
Turning the screw in clockwise
direction reduces the flame, turning it
anticlockwise increases the flame.
If the temperature of the oven
increases unintendedly, turn off the
oven and call the authorised
service to have oven thermostat
Reduced flow adjustment for the gas
oven Butan/propan | Natural gas
For the appropriate functioning of the oven Fasten the screw | Loosen the screw
re-checking the by-pass adjustment is until the end | 1/2 round
extremely important. In order to provide >
maximum security to the user these |
operations have to be done with care.
1. Ignite the burner that is to be adjusted
and turn the knob to the high flame
’ If the gas type of the unit is
changed, then the rating plate that
shows the gas type of the unit
must also be changed.
2. Close the oven door and wait for 10 to
15 minutes until the oven becomes
ready for adjustment.
3. Take out the knob
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4 Preparation
Tips for saving energy
The following tips will help you to use your
appliance in an ecological way and to save
e Use dark coloured and enamel coated
trays, since the heat transmission will
be better.
e While cooking your meals, perform a
preheating operation if it is advised in
the user manual or cooking
e During cooking, do not open the oven
door frequently.
e Try to cook more than one type of
meal within the oven at the same time
(You can cook two different meals at
the same time by locating cooking
bowls on the same shelf). It will be
suitable to cook more than one meal
after each other. The oven will already
be hot.
e Defrost frozen meals before cooking
* Use pots/pans with lids for cooking.
Without a lid, the energy consumption
may be up to four times higher.
e (Choose the burner/plate which is
suitable to the saucepan base. Always
choose the correct size of saucepans
for your meals. For larger
burners/plates more energy is needed.
e Take care to use flat base saucepans
while cooking on electrical cookers.
Pots with an even and thick bottom
provide better thermal conduction.
You can save up to 1/3 of electricity.
e Pots and pans should match the size
of plates. The bottom of the pot or pan
should not be smaller than the plate.
e Keep plates and pan bottoms clean.
Dirt will reduce the heat transmission
between plate and pan bottoms.
e In case of longer cooking times, switch
off the plate 5 to 10 minutes before the
end of the cooking time. When you
use the residual heat, you can save up
to 20 % of electricity.
Initial operation
First cleaning of the appliance
7 The surface might get damaged by
some detergents or cleaning
Do not use aggressive detergents,
cleaning powder/cream or any
sharp objects.
1. Remove all packaging materials.
2. Wipe the surfaces of the appliance with
a damp cloth or sponge and dry with a
Initial heating
Hot surfaces may cause burns!
Do not touch the hot surfaces of
the appliance. Use oven gloves.
Keep children away from the
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Smell and smoke may emit during
first heating. Ensure that the room
is well ventilated.
Any production residues or conservation
layers must be burnt off before the first use.
Heat up the appliance for about 30 minutes
and then switch it off.
Gas oven
Take all baking trays and wire shelf
from the oven.
Close oven door.
Select largest flame of the gas oven;
see How to use the gas oven, page 24.
Heat approximately 30 minutes.
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5. Switch off oven; see How to use the
gas oven, page 24
Grill oven
Take all baking trays and wire shelf
from the oven.
Close oven door.
Select highest power of the grill; see
How to operate the grill, page 22.
Heat approximately 30 minutes.
Switch off grill; see How to operate the
grill, page 22
E How To Use The Hob
General information on cooking
, Risk of fire by overheated oil!
When you heat oil, do not leave it
Never try to extinguish the fire
with water! When oil has caught
fire, immediately cover the pot or
pan with a lid. Switch off the hob if
safe to do so and phone the fire
e Ensure handles of pans cannot
accidentally be caught or knocked and
do not get hot by adjacent heating
Cooking with gas
e The size of the pan and the size of the
gas flame should match each other.
Adjust the gas flames so that they do
not go beyond the bottom of the pan
always place the pan onto the pan
support in a central position.
How to use hobs
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Normal burner 20-22 cm
Normal burner 20-22 cm
Hotplate 18 cm
Hotplate 14.5 cm
Rapid burner 22-24 cm
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6 Auxiliary burner 12-18 cmis list of
advised diameter of pots to be used
on related burners.
The large flame symbol corresponds to the
highest cooking power, the small flame
symbol corresponds to the lowest cooking
power. In the off position (top) the gas
supply to the burner is turned off.
Ignite the gas burners
The gas burners are ignited by
means of the ignition button.
1. Keep hob control knob pressed.
2. Turn anticlockwise to the large flame
3. Press ignition button and release it
again. Repeat the process until the
emanating gas is lit.
4. Adjust to the desired cooking power.
Switch off the gas burners
Turn burner control knob to off position
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Flame failure device (model depen-
In case of any
flame failures for
any reasons in the
top burners, the
flame failure device
immediately cuts
of the gas flow.
1 . Flame failure
Turn the knob clockwise direction by
pressing and wait for its ignition.
Keep the knob at pressed position for
3-5 seconds after you see the flame
around the burner.
Repeat the sequence of operations if
the flame does not continues. After
you release the knob, if the ignition
does not continue repeat the same
process by keeping the knob pressed
for 15 seconds.
How to use electrical hobs
The knobs for the hob can be rotated in the
either direction to provide fully variable
heat control.
Quick heating hotplates, if any, are
marked with a red point.
Risk of deflagration incase of
unburned gas!
Do not press the knob for longer
than 15 seconds if there was no
Wait for one minute and then
repeat the ignition process.
Overheat protection
Plates of more than 1000 W burner power
are equipped with overheating protection.
The overheating protection reduces the
burner power under the following
e No pot or pan on the plate.
* An empty pot or pan on the plate.
e Pot or pan bottom very uneven.
The plate is switched off when the position
indicator is in the OFF (top) position.
Switching the plate on
The hob control knobs are used for
operating the plates. To obtain the desired
cooking power, turn the hob control knobs
to the corresponding level.
Cooking | 1 2 — 3 4 — 6
warming | stewing, | cooking,
simmering | roasting
Switching the plate off
Turn hob control knob to off position (top).
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6 How To Operate The Oven
General information on baking,
roasting and grilling
Risk of scalding by hot steam!
Take care when opening the oven
door as steam may escape.
Tips for baking
e Use non-stick coated appropriate
metal plates or aluminum containers or
heat-resistant silicone moulds.
* Make best use of the space on the
e |tis recommended to place the baking
mould in the middle of the rack.
e Keep the oven door closed.
Tips for roasting
e Seasoning with lemon juice and black
pepper will improve the cooking
performance when cooking a whole
chicken, turkey or a large piece of
e Meat with bones takes about 15 to 30
minutes longer before it is cooked than
a roast of the same size without bones.
e You should calculate about 4 to 5
minutes cooking time per centimeter
height of the meat.
e [et meat rest in the oven for about
10 minutes after the cooking time. The
juice is better distributed all over the
roast and does not run out when the
meat is cut.
e Fish in a fire-resistant dish should be
placed on the rack at the medium or
lower level.
Tips for grilling
Grilling is ideal for cooking meat, fish and
poultry and will achieve a nice brown sur-
face without it drying out to much. Flat
pieces, meat skewers and sausages are
particularly suited for grilling as are vege-
tables with a high water content such as
tomatoes and onions.
e Distribute the pieces to be grilled on
the wire shelf.
o |fthe grilling is on the wire shelf, locate
a dripping pan under it in order to
collect the fat.
* Add some water in dripping pan for
easy cleaning.
How to operate the grill
The door has a door switch. As a safety
feature, this switch prevents the grill from
working when the door is opened.
1 Lamp & Turnspit button
2 Ignition button
3 Oven knob
Switch on grill
1. Turn the function knob clockwise onto
the grill symbol.
2. Preheat for approximately 5 minutes, if
it is necessary.
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is switched on.
» The control lamp
Do not try turning the knob
clockwisefor setting the function
knob to off position (top).
Switch off grill
1. Turn grill control knob
counterclockwise to off position (top).
Spit hook bracket
Fix the food to be grilled to the turn
spit with the forks.
Turn spit function
Can be used for grilling meat, poultry and
fish from all sides.
Insert the turn spit into the drive
placed on the left side of the cavity
and hang up into the turn spit hook
placed on the right side of the cavity.
Please be sure that spit hook must be
rted to hook bracket.
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Minute minder
Setting the Clock :
To set the time of day pull and then turn
the knob clockwise. Set the hands for the
time of day.
Hour hand (Gold)
Stop position
(TD Minute minder
105 >= (black)
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(Time of day pull)
Minute minder: Black Hand
A maximum setting of 55 minutes is
To set the minute minder turn the knob
clockwise or anticlockwise to the selected
At the end of the timing, the bell rings
and stops automatically after around 3
minutes. The bell can be stopped manually
by turning the knob to place the hand on
the STOP position.
The mains cable must be plugged
into a suitable power socket and
switched on for the clock/minute
minder to function.
The minute minder can be used to
time any process and does not
switch off the gas supply.
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How to use the gas oven
The appliance has a safety valve.
When the flame goes out, the gas
supply is automatically interrupted.
So an accumulation of unburnt gas
is prevented.
1 Lamp & Turnspit button
2 Ignition button
3 Oven knob
The gas oven is operated by the gas oven
control knob. In off position (top) the gas
supply is locked.
Switch on the gas oven
The gas oven is ignited with the ignition
1. Open oven door.
2. Keep gas oven control knob pressed
and turn it counterclockwise.
3. Press ignition button and release it
» Repeat the process until the emanating
gas is ignited.
The gas levels mean:
4. Keep the gas oven control knob
pressed for another 3 to 5 seconds.
5. Be sure that ignited and flame occured.
6. If there is no electricity; ignite the gas
with the gas lighter from the ignition
control hole.
7. Select the desired baking power.
Ignition control hole
: XR
Risk of deflagration incase of
unburned gas!
Do not press the knob for longer
than 15 seconds if there was no
Wait for one minute and then
repeat the ignition process.
Switch off the gas oven
Turn gas oven control knob to off
position (top).
Gas level 1 2
Temperature | 170 °C | 175 °C 1175 °C
175 °C
180 °C | 190 °C | 195 °C | 220 °C
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Cooking times table [1] Important
Level 1 is the bottom level in the
Important oven.
The values indicated in the table
below are data indicative. They
may vary according to the type of
food as well as your preferences of
Maximum load for the oven tray:
4 kg (8,8 lbs).
Baking and roasting
Food Preheating * Insertion level Control knob Cooking time
Grape pie 10 min. 4...5 4...5 25...30 min.
Apple pie 10 min. 4...5 4...5 20...30 min.
Fruit tart 10 min. 4...5 3..4 25...30 min.
Pie 10 min. 4...5 3..4 30...40 min.
Cookies - 5 2...3 25...35 min.
Pastry 10 min. 4...5 4...5 25...35 min.
Cake 10 min. 4 1...2 50 min.
Biscuits 10 min. 5 1...2 20...30 min.
Roast lamb 10 min. 4...5 7...8 25...30 min. per
450 g + 30 min.
Roast Beef 10 min. 3...4 8 30...35 min. per
450 g + 30 min.
Turkey 10 min. 2 7...8 50...60 min. per
450 g + 30 min.
Poultry 10 min. 2 7...8 25...30 min. per
450 g + 25 min.
Casseroles — 4 6...7 90...120 min. $
Fish 10 min. 3 6...7 30...40 min.
Macaroni 10 min. 4 2...3 20 min.
Small cakes 10 min. 4 1...2 45 min.
Victoria sandwich 10 min. 4 4...5 22...28 min.
* at control knob position 7 / * depending on quantity / * depending on size
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Maintenance and Care
General information
à Risk of electric shock!
Switch off the electricity before
cleaning appliance to avoid an
electric shock.
; Hot surfaces may cause burns!
Allow the appliance to cool down
before you clean it.
The surface might get damaged by
some detergents or cleaning
Do not use aggressive detergents,
cleaning powder/cream or any
sharp objects.
Clean the appliance thoroughly after each
use; in this way it will be possible to
remove cooking residues more easily, thus
avoiding these from burning the next time
the appliance is used.
No special cleaning agents are required for
cleaning the appliance. It is recommended
to use warm water with washing liquid, a
soft cloth or sponge and use a dry cloth for
Do not use any abrasive cleaning
Do not use steam cleaners for
How to clean the hob
Gas hobs
1. Remove pan supports and burner caps
and clean them.
2. Clean the hob.
3. Refit burner caps and check that they
are securely positioned.
4. While placing pan supports, take care
that burners centered to pan supports.
Electrical hobs
1. Switch plates off and let cool.
2. If necessary, treat plates with a
cleaning agent (cleaner/conditioner
available in selected stores).
3. Dry by switching on for a few minutes.
4. Apply a thin coat of cooking oil from
time to time to provide a protective
Cleaning the control panel
Damage of the control panel!
Do not remove the control knobs
for control panel cleaning.
Clean control panel and control knobs.
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Cleaning the oven
No oven cleaner or any other special
cleaning agent is required for cleaning the
oven. It is recommended to wipe the oven
with a damp cloth while it is still warm.
To clean the side wall,
1. Remove the front section of the side
rack by pulling it in the opposite
direction of the side wall.
2. Remove the side rack completely by
pulling it towards you.
Clean oven door
Don't use any harsh abrasive cleaners or
sharp metal scrapers for cleaning the oven
door. They could scratch the surface and
destroy the glass.
Taking off the door inner glass
The inner glass panel of the oven door can
be removed for cleaning.
1. Open oven door.
* Remove metal part (1) by unscrewing
three screws that hold the metal part.
* Remove plastic holders (3) on left and
right hand side by pulling towards yourself.
Metal part
Inner glass
Plastic holder
Plastic housing
SQ N —
* Take off the inner glass, by pulling
towards yourself until inner glass (2)
free of plastic housing (4).
® To reassemble the inner glass; take
care, place the glass to plastic housing
and ensure that the inner glass is
positioned correctly in the plastic
Replacing the oven lamp
à Hot surfaces may cause burns!
Make sure that the appliance is
switched off and cooled down in
order to avoid the risk of an
electrical shock.
The oven lamp is a special heat-resisting (T
300 °C) electric light bulb; see Technical
Data, page 4. Oven lamps can be obtained
from a good local electrical store.
Position of lamp might vary from
1. Switch off the appliance at the mains.
2. Unscrew glass cover by turning anti-
3. Unscrew oven lamp by turning anti-
clockwise and replace it with new one.
4. Refit the glass cover.
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8 Troubleshooting
, Risk of electric shock, short
circuit or fire by unprofessional
Repairs on the appliance must be
carried out by an approved service
Risk of explosion or poisoning
by unprofessional repair.
Repairs on the appliance must be
carried out by an approved service
Normal operating conditions
e Smoke and smell may emit for a
couple of hours during the first
е |tis normal that steam escapes during
* When the metal parts are heated, they
may expand and cause noise.
Before you call the service, please
check the following points.
Electrical equipment
Possible cause
The appliance does not
The mains fuse is defective
or has tripped.
Check fuses in the fuse box.
If necessary, replace or
reset them.
Oven light does not work
Oven lamp is defective.
Replace oven lamp.
No current.
Check fuses in the fuse box.
If necessary, replace or
reset them.
Oven does not heat.
Function knob
and/thermostat knob are
not set.
Set function knob and
thermostat knob.
If the appliance has a timer,
the timer may not be set.
Set the time.
No power.
Check mains supply and
fuse box.
Possible cause
No ignition spark is
No electric supply to the
Check fuses in the fuse box.
No gas is emitted.
Main gas tap is closed.
Open gas tap.
Safety tube is bent.
Install safety tube without
Burners do not burn
Burners are dirty.
Clean burner parts.
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Possible cause
smoothly or not at all.
Burners are not dry.
Dry burner parts.
Burner cap is not securely
Position burner correctly.
Gas tap is closed.
Open gas tap.
Gas container is empty (in
case of LPG connection).
Replace gas container.
If the problem has not been solved:
1. Separate unit from the mains supply
(deactivate or unscrew fuse).
2. Call the after-sales service of your store
Do not attempt to repair the
appliance yourself. There are
no customer service items
inside the appliance.
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