Baumatic BD30TS Instruction manual

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Description UK
TERMINAL BLOCK/FASTEN CABLE 16A
BLACK KNOB TYPE D IND/WHT
DRAWER BOTTOM
RIGHT RUNNER DRAWER
LEFT RUNNER DRAWER
TANGENTIAL COOLING FAN
COIL HEATING ELEMENT 400W
DRAWER HEATING SHIELD
BADGE THERMOSTAT SCALE
DOUBLE POLE SWITCH
THERMOSTAT
SPRING FOR THERMOSTAT BULB
SAFETY THERMOSTAT PRESET T85¢C
CLEAR LIGHT CAP
DRAWER FRONT FRAME
DRAWER TOP FRONT PROFILE
TOP SHIELD DRAWER
RISE PROFILE TOP SHIELD
DRAWER GLASS BASE
DRAWER BACK PLATE
RUBBER PAD FOR GLASS
GROUND BLACK GLASS
DRAWER FRONTAL GLASS
RIGHT - REINFORCEMENT DRAWER FRONT
LEFT - REINFORCEMENT DRAWER FRONT
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BD15TS
15cm Warming Drawer
BD30TS
30cm warming drawer
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Dear Customer,
we would like to thank you and congratulate you on your
choice.
This new product has been carefully designed and built
using top quality materials, and meticulously tested to
ensure that it meets all your culinary requirements.
Please read and observe these simple instructions, which
will enable you to achieve excellent results from the very
first time you use it. This state-of-the-art appliance comes
to you with our very best wishes.
THE MANUFACTURER
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UNSUITABLE USE.
THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE USED BY PEOPLE
(INCLUDING
CHILDREN)
WITH
PHYSICAL,
SENSORIAL OR MENTAL IMPAIRMENTS, OR BY
PEOPLE WITHOUT THE NECESSARY EXPERIENCE
OR KNOWLEDGE, UNLESS THEY ARE SUPERVISED
OR INSTRUCTED IN THE USE OF THE APPLIANCE
BY A PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR SAFETY.
CHILDREN MUST BE SUPERVISED TO ENSURE
THAT THEY DO NOT PLAY WITH THE APPLIANCE.
THIS PRODUCT IS DESIGNED FOR DOMESTIC USE.
THIS APPLIANCE IS INTENDED FOR DOMESTIC
AND SIMILAR USE, SUCH AS:
- IN THE STAFF KITCHEN AREAS OF STORES,
OFFICES AND OTHER WORKPLACES;
- IN FARMHOUSES;
- FOR USE BY HOTEL AND MOTEL GUESTS AND
OTHER PROFESSIONAL ENVIRONMENTS;
- IN BED-AND-BREAKFASTS.
THE
MANUFACTURER
DECLINES
ALL
RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGES TO THINGS
OR PEOPLE DERIVING FROM INCORRECT
INSTALLATION OR IMPROPER, ERRONEOUS OR
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Table of Contents
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1. Precautions
2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR RECYCLING PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
3. Safety Instructions
4. Appliance DescrIption
5. Before you Begin
6. Control Panel
7. Using your Warming Drawer
8. Using your Warming Drawer
9. Troubleshooting
10.Appliance Installation
CONSUMER INSTRUCTIONS: Includes
recommendations for use, description of
commands and correct procedures for the care
and clearing of the appliance.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS: Use
intended for qualified technicians.
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1. Precautions
a risk for children.
This guide is an integral part of the appliance. Keep these
instructions with you during use of your warming drawer.
Read these instructions before installing and using the
appliance. Installation should be performed by qualified
personnel only, in conformity with current law. This
appliance is intended for domestic use only in conformity
with current EEC directives. The manufacturer will not
be held liable in the event of a failure to follow THESE
WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. KEEP
THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE APPLIANCE. IF
THE APPLIANCE SHOULD BE GIVEN TO ANOTHER
PERSON MAKE SURE THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE
SUPPLIED WITH IT.
Your old appliance must also be disposed of properly.
Important: consign the appliance to the proper local
organization authorized to collect broken appliances.
Proper and intelligent disposal consists of recovering
materials of value.
Remove the plugs or electrical cords of appliances that
are no longer being used so that they no longer pose a
threat to children.
3 Safety Instructions
The safety measures regarding the electric, gas and
functions are found in the installation section. It is in
your best interest and safety and also legally required
that all electrical appliances be installed and repaired
exclusively by qualified personnel in conformity
with current standards. Our qualified personnel can
guarantee that the works will be performed correctly. Gas
and electric appliances must always be disconnected by
experienced personnel. Before connecting appliances
to electric circuits it is important to check and compare
the connection data (voltage and frequency) shown
on the label to the characteristics of the local electric
line. It is essential that this data coincide in order to
avoid damaging the appliances. For further help and
assistance please contact your local electrician.
DO NOT USE THE APPLIANCE FOR HEATING
PURPOSES. HIGHLY FLAMMABLE OBJECTS ARE
AT RISK OF CATCHING FIRE IF PLACED IN THEIR
PROXIMITY DUE TO ELEVATED TEMPERATURES.
DO NOT DISPOSE OF MATERIALS IN THE
HOME. SORT THE VARIOUS MATERIALS BY
CLASSIFICATION AND DISPOSE OF THEM
PROPERLY.
THE LABELS DISPLAYED ON THIS APPLICATION
ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE DIRECTIVE 2002/96/
CEE WASTE AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT (WEE).
DO NOT OBSTRUCT THE OPENINGS AND FIXTURES
INTENDED FOR HEAT CIRCULATION.
The electrical safety of the appliance is only guaranteed
when attached to a ground conductor. The manufacturer
will not be liable for damages caused by the absence or
interruption of a ground conductor (i.e. electric shock).
THE LABELS LOCATED ON THE APPLIANCE WHICH
SHOW THE SERIAL NUMBER AND MODEL ARE
FOUND ON THE HEATING BLOCK. Never remove
the data label.
The appliance must be installed and connected by a
specialized electrician. If necessary, contact a local
electrician who is familiar with local standards and
regulations. The manufacturer will not be liable for
damages caused by incorrect installation or installations
not conforming to local and national laws.
WARNING! NEVER USE SHARP METAL OBJECTS OR
ABRASIVE SCRUBBING PADS THAT COULD CAUSE
DAMAGE TO THE SURFACE OF THE APPLIANCE.
IF NECESSARY, USE STANDARD NON-ABRASIVE
UTENSILS MADE OF WOOD OR PLASTIC.
WARNING! IN ORDER TO AVOID THE RISK OF
ELECTRICAL SHOCK ONLY USE APPLIANCES THAT
HAVE BEEN INSTALLED CORRECTLY.
2. INSTRUCTIONS FOR RECYCLING
- PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
WARNING! NEVER OPEN THE HOUSING OF THE
APPLIANCE. IF YOU COME INTO CONTACT WITH
PARTS UNDER PRESSURE OR IF THE ELECTRICAL
AND/OR
MECHANICAL
STRUCTURES
ARE
MODIFIED, THIS COULD DAMAGE THE APPLIANCE
AND CAUSE IT TO MALFUNCTION.
Our products are made solely from non-polluting
materials that do not harm the environment and are
recyclable. We ask for your effort and collaboration in
disposing of the packaging in a proper manner. Contact
the product retailer or local organizations for further
information on recycling. Dispose of the packaging
properly. Parts of the package especially plastic, pose
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WARNING! DO NOT KEEP PLASTIC CONTAINERS
OR ANY FLAMMABLE OBJECTS IN THE APPLIANCE.
SUCH OBJECTS POSE A RISK OF CATCHING FIRE
ONCE THE WARMING DRAWER IS TURNED ON.
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• ATTENTION! Before beginning maintenance,
installation, or repair work disconnect the appliance from
the electrical outlet.
The appliance is disconnected only if:
- The electrical fuse is disconnected.
- The cord of the appliance is disconnected from the
electrical outlet – to disconnect the appliance from
the outlet pull the plug away from the outlet or
manually disconnect the cord. The manufacturer will
not be liable for damage caused by a failure to follow
current regulations or the use of non-original
replacement parts.
WARNING! THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT SUITABLE
FOR USE BY PEOPLE (CHILDREN INCLUDED)
WITH PHYSICAL, SENSORIAL, AND/OR MENTAL
IMPAIRMENTS. PEOPLE WITHOUT THE NECESSARY
EXPERIENCE OR KNOWLEDGE OF THE APPLIANCE
MUST BE SUPERVISED BY A RESPONSIBLE
PERSON FOR THEIR OWN SAFETY. CHILDREN
MUST BE SUPERVISED TO ENSURE THEY DO NOT
PLAY WITH THE APPLIANCE.
WARNING: REMEMBER THAT CHILDREN’S SKIN
IS MORE DELICATE AND SENSITIVE TO HIGH
TEMPERATURES. KEEP APPLIANCE AWAY FROM
CHILDREN. APPLIANCE MAY OVERHEAT IF USED
INCORRECTLY: RISK OF BURNS
4. Instructions for the Consumer
4.0 OPENING OF THE DRAWER
To open the drawer press the front of the drawer
WARNING: THE INSIDE OF THE APPLIANCE CAN
REACH TEMPERATURES OF 75°C DEPENDING ON
THE SELECTED TEMPERATURE AND THE TIME
OF OPERATION. IF NECESSARY USE GLOVES TO
REMOVE THINGS FROM THE DRAWER.
THIS APPLIANCE IS INTENDED FOR DOMESTIC
USE ONLY! FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO
AVOID DAMAGING THE APPLIANCE OR CREATING
DANGEROUS SITUATIONS:
• Do not lean or sit on the warming drawer when opened,
this could cause damage to the telescopic guide. The
maximum carrying weight of the warming drawer is 10kg.
(fig. A)
CLEANING:
• Never use a vacuum cleaner. The vacuum could
create pressure on the components causing a short
circuit. The vacuum may also damage the surface and
the components of the appliance: damages for which the
manufacturer will not be liable.
• For cleaning the appliance we recommend following the
suggestions listed under “Cleaning and Maintenance” of
the manual.
REPAIRS:
• ATTENTION! Maintenance work and/or repairs
must be performed exclusively by specialized
personnel. Incorrect installation and maintenance can
cause personal injury to the consumer for which the
manufacturer will not be liable.
(fig. B),
• ATTENTION! During the warranty period, the appliance
may only be serviced by technicians authorized by the
manufacturer or the warranty will be void.
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Pull the drawer
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(fig. C)
towards you until it is opened completely.
4.1 CLOSING THE DRAWER
7. Using your Warming Drawer
To close the drawer, gently push the drawer back,
pushing the front until it has completely gone back.
Release the handle.
7.1 Operation
Open the drawer. Turn the dial in order to set the
desired temperature and then press the red button.
4.2 The appliance is equipped with a hot air ventilating
system. A fan distributes hot air in an optimal way
towards the internal space of the warming drawer.
The thermostat allows the user to control and set the
appliance at the desired temperature.
The circulation of the air heats the drawer in a rapid and
uniform way.
With the protective measures in place it is not possible to
accidentally touch the heating element or the fan.
A red light will turn on and will remain on throughout use.
dial to the 0 position
To turn off the appliance, turn the handle
and then press the button. The red light will turn off.
7.2 Heating Time
Different factors influence the time in which it takes to
heat up:
• Thickness and material of the drawer;
5. Before you Begin
• Number of drawers loaded;
Do not leave parts of the packaging in the
home. Separate the remaining packaging
materials by category and deliver them to
your nearest recycling center.
Before using the appliance for the first time, gently clean
it with a moist cloth and dry it completely as described
under “Cleaning and Maintenance”.
Heat the warming drawer for at least two hours. Once
heated, set the temperature to 75 °C. Be sure that the
kitchen is kept well ventilated during the heating period.
The metal parts have been specially treated with a
protective coating that can sometimes cause odors the
first time the drawer is heated. These odors will quickly
dissipate and should not be considered a defect of the
appliance.
• The arrangement of the loaded drawers;
• The desired temperate set.
So, there is no general rule. To set the temperature
above 60°C in order to have a stable temperature, follow
these suggestions:
~60°C
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DISHES
DISHES FOR 6 PERSONS
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The drawer is not hot enough. Make sure that:
TIME (MIN)
30-35
• The appliance is turned on;
• The correct temperature has been set;
• The opening of the ventilation fan is not blocked by
plates or other large obstructions;
• The drawers have had sufficient time to heat up.
You can also use your own experience in determining
the optimal temperature setting for your needs.
The drawer is not hot at all. Make sure that:
• You hear the fan running;
• If the fan is turned on this means that the heating
system is working;
• If the fan does not work this means it is defective;
• The circuit fuse is blown.
8 Cleaning and Maintenance
Generally speaking, cleaning is the only form of
maintenance necessary.
Attention! Before you begin cleaning, disconnect the
appliance from the outlet. Disconnect the cord from the
outlet and turn off the appliance.
10 Appliance Installation
10.1 Before you begin installation
Warning! Do not use harsh detergents or abrasive
products and/or scrubbing pads and sponges and sharp
objects as they can stain and damage the appearance
of the appliance.
Make sure that the voltage shown on the appliance label
corresponds to that of your electrical system.
Open the drawer and remove all accessories and
packing materials.
Attention! The front of the drawer may be covered
with a protective coating over it. Carefully remove the
coating before using the appliance. Start by removing
the protective film from the bottom. Make sure that
the drawer is not damaged. Be certain that the drawer
closes properly. In case of damage, contact the Service
Department.
The warming drawer can only be attached and installed
with the tools provided by the appliance manufacturer.
The manufacturer does not guarantee the operation of
the appliance if materials from a different manufacturer
have been used. The manufacturer is not responsible for
damage caused by improper use.
Warning! Never use a vacuum cleaner on the internal
parts of the appliance.
8.1 Front and Panel
The use of a moist cloth is sufficient when cleaning the
appliance. In the event the appliance requires further
cleaning, add drops of detergent in the water. Dry the
appliance with a dry cloth. The steel front of the appliance
can be cleaned with products specifically designed for
steel. Such products prevent the formation of dirt on
the surface of the drawer. Apply a minimal amount of
the product on a soft and apply it to the surface of the
appliance.
8.2 Inside Space
To clean the inside space use a moist cloth. In the event
the appliance requires further cleaning add drops of
detergent to the water. Dry the surface with a dry cloth.
Make sure to avoid water draining into the ventilation
holes. Only use the appliance after the drawers are dry
completely.
10.2 Proceed
Before you begin assembling the drawers of the
appliance, make sure there is enough room to fit the
drawer and the appliance.
The precise dimensions for the installment are indicated
in mm. Follow these guidelines for assembly:
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• Position the drawer so that it is directly centered
• Be certain that the frame is perfectly perpendicular
• Open the drawer and fix the structure to the wall with
the two screws already in place
10.3 Electrical Installation
ATTENTION! Repairs must only be performed
by specialised and qualified personnel. Any repair
work not performed by professional personnel may
cause damage to the appliance for which the
manufacturer will not be liable.
The following problems can be fixed b y t he consumer
without the assistance of the Service Department.
The electrical connection must be made by a qualified
electrician conforming to current regulations.
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WARMING DRAWER DIMENSION DIAGRAM 560 X 595 FOR 480 OVENS
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WARMING DRAWER DIMENSION DIAGRAM 560 X 595 FOR 450 OVENS
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WARMING DRAWER DIMENSION DIAGRAM 560 X 720 FOR 600 OVENS
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WARMING DRAWER DIMENSION DIAGRAM 560 X 720 FOR 450 OVENS
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Electrical connections
Before connecting the oven to the mains power supply,
make sure that: - The supply voltage corresponds
to the specifications on the data plate on the front of the
drawer. - The mains supply has an efficient earth
(ground) connection complying with all applicable laws
and regulations. Correct earthing (grounding) is a legal
requirement. The power cable should never reach a
temperature 50° C above ambient temperature at any
point along its length. If a fixed appliance is not provided
with a power cable and plug, or some other device
permitting it to be disconnected from the mains electricity
supply, with a gap between the contacts big enough to
guarantee class III overvoltage protection, then such a
device must be fitted to the power supply in compliance
with the regulations governing electrical installations.
The socket or switch must be easily reachable with the
oven/drawer fully installed.
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CABLE TYPES AND MINIMAL DIAMETERS
SASO
H05RR-F 3x0,75 mm²
H05RR-F 3x1,5 mm²
H05VV-F 3x0,75 mm²
H05VV-F 3x1,5 mm²
H05RN-F 3x0,75 mm²
H05RN-F 3x1,5 mm²
H05V2V2-F 3x0,75 mm²
H05V2V2-F 3x1,5 mm²
WARNING! Before connecting the warming drawer
to the electrical circuit, verify that the voltage and the
frequency correspond to those indicated on the label
located inside the heating block, which should be kept
along with this manual.
The electrical attachment must be made using bipolar
switch capable of powering the appliance and that has
a gap of 3 mm (minimum) to guarantee disconnection
in case of emergency or when cleaning the warming
drawer.
Connect the appliance to the ground circuit to conform to
safety regulations regarding electrical systems.
ATTENTION! THE WARMING DRAWER MUST BE
CONNECTED TO THE GROUND CIRCUIT.
In the event of the failure of the cable supplied with the
warming drawer, replace it with an original replacement
part provided by the Service Department.
The manufacturer and retailers will not be liable for
property damage and personal injury caused by a failure
to follow the instructions provided in this manual.
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IMPORTANT: If your appliance appears not to be
operating correctly, then you should disconnect it from
your mains supply and then contact the Customer Care
Department.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE APPLIANCE YOURSELF.
Please note that if an engineer is asked to attend whilst the product is
under guarantee and finds that the problem is not the result of an
appliance fault, then you may be liable for the cost of the call out charge.
The appliance must be accessible for the engineer to perform any
necessary repair. If your appliance is installed in such a way that
an engineer is concerned that damage will be caused to the
appliance or your kitchen, then they will not complete a repair.
This includes situations where appliances have been tiled in,
sealed in with sealant, have wooden obstructions placed in front
of the appliance, like plinths. Or any installation other than the
one specified by the manufacturer has been completed.
IMPORTANT: The manufacturer operates a policy of continuous
improvement and reserves the right to adjust and modify its
products without prior notification.
United Kingdom
Baumatic Ltd.,
Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading, Berkshire
RG2 0QX
United Kingdom
Czech Republic
Baumatic CR spol s.r.o.
Lípovà 665
460 01 Liberec 4
Czech Republic
+420 483 577 200
www.baumatic.cz
Sales Telephone
(0118) 933 6900
Sales Fax
(0118) 931 0035
Customer Care Telephone
(0118) 933 6911
Customer Care Fax
(0118) 986 9124
Spares Telephone
(01235) 437244
Advice Line Telephone
(0118) 933 6933
Slovakia
Baumatic Slovakia, s.r.o.
Panenská 34
811 03 Bratislava - Staré Mesto
Slovakia
+421 255 640 618
www.baumatic.sk
Germany
Baumatic Gmbh
Bachstr.10-12
D-32 257 Bünde
Deutschland
E-mail:
sales@baumatic.co.uk
customercare@baumatic.co.uk
spares@baumatic.co.uk
technical@baumatic.co.uk
+49 (0) 5223 99408 0
www.baumatic.de
Website:
www.baumatic.co.uk
Italy
Baumatic Italia S.R.L.
Via Galvani N.3
35011 Campodarsego (PD)
Facebook:
www.facebook.com/baumatic.uk
+3904 9920 2297
www.baumatic.it
Republic of Ireland
Service Telephone
1-890 812 724
Holland
Baumatic Benelux B.V.
Dukdalfweg 15d
1332 BH ALMERE
Nederland
Spares Telephone
091 756 771
+31(0)36 549 1553
www.baumatic.nl
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