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CP 059 MT(X) UK
Cooker maxioven
Instructions for use end installation
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE ONLY VALID FOR THE COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION WHOSE SYMBOLS ARE SHOWN
IN THE BOOKLET AND ON THE APPLIANCE RATING PLATE.
1. This appliance has been designed for private, nonprofessional use in normal dwellings.
9. Check that the capacity of the electrical system and
the power outlets are suitable for the maximum power
of the appliance, indicated on the rating plate. If in doubt,
consult a professionally qualified technician.
2. Read the recommendations in this instruction
booklet carefully, as they give important advice
regarding safe installation, use and maintenance.
Keep this booklet in a safe place for further
reference when required.
10. Periodically check the condition of the gas connection
pipe and have it replaced by a qualified technician as
soon as it shows any signs of wear or anomaly.
3. Oven accessories which may come into contact with
food are made of materials which comply with the
contents of EEC Regulation 89/109 of 21.12.88 and
national regulations in force.
11. Under no circumstances should the user replace the
power supply cable or the gas connection pipe of this
appliance. In the event of damage or the necessity for
replacement, only contact an authorised service centre.
4. After having removed the packaging, check that the
appliance is intact. If in doubt, do not use the appliance
and contact professionally qualified personnel.
12. Do not leave the appliance plugged in if it is not in use.
Switch off the main switch and gas supply when you
are not using the cooker.
5. Some parts are covered with a removable scratch-proof
film. Before using the appliance the film should be
removed and the underlying part cleaned with a cloth
and a non-abrasive household cleaning product. When
switching on for the first time, it is advisable to heat the
empty oven at maximum temperature for about 30
minutes to eliminate any residue from manufacture.
13. The burners and the cast-iron pan supports remain hot
for a long time after use. Take care not to touch them.
14. To avoid accidental spillage do not use cookware with
uneven or deformed bottoms on the burners.
15. Never use flammable liquids such as alcohol or
gasoline, etc. near the appliance when it is in use.
6. All installation and adjustment operations should be
carried out by qualified technicians in accordance with
current regulations. Specific indications are given in
the “instructions for the installer” paragraph.
16.If the cooker is placed on a pedestal, take the necessary
precautions to prevent the same from sliding off the
pedestal itself.
7. Before connecting the appliance, make sure that the
data on the rating plate (situated on the rear part of the
appliance and on the last page of the instruction
booklet) correspond to those of the mains electricity
and gas supplies.
17. To obtain the best results with the cooktop, several
fundamental rules should be followed while cooking or
preparing food. Use cookware with a flat bottom to make
certain that the pot sets properly on the cooking area.
8. During operation, the oven glass door and adjacent
parts of the appliance become hot. Make sure,
therefore, that children do not touch the appliance.
For greater safety, an additional child-safety device is
available from our Head Office and our Authorised
Service Centres (see enclosed list). When ordering this,
please give the code: BAB - followed by the appliance
model. The model is stamped on the plate which is
visible on the front part of the oven upon opening the
door.
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COOKER DESCRIPTION
F
E
A
B
C
D
E
F
Auxiliary gas burner
Semi-rapid gas burner
Rapid gas burner
Triple ring gas burner
Ignitor for Gas Burners
Safety Device - Activates if the flame accidentally
goes out (spills, drafts, etc.), interrupting the delivery
of gas to the burner.
G Grid pan
H Electric oven selector knob (cooking function
selection)
M Control Knobs for Gas Burners
N Electric oven thermostat knob (temperature
selection)
R Support Grid for Cookware
S Electric oven operation indicator light
T Timer
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
When a liquid starts boiling, it is advisable to turn the
flame down just enough to keep the liquid simmering.
HOB OPERATION
The hob is fitted with a pan reducing
support (fig.1), which should only be
used on the auxiliary burner "A"
The burners are fitted with automatic ignition and a
thermocouple safety device, which automatically cuts off
the gas from the burner in a few seconds if the flame
accidentally goes out during operation. The burners differ
in size and power. Choose the most appropriate one for
the diameter of the cookware being used. Each burner can
be regulated with the corresonding control knob "M" by
using one of the following settings:
fig.1
MULTI-FUNCTION OVEN
Off
The oven offers nine combinations of heating elements;
so the most suitable combination may therefore be chosen
for each dish, with convincing results.
High flame
Low flame
The symbols
near the knobs show the position of the
relative burner on the hob.
By turning the selector knob “H” marked with the symbol
, different cooking modes are obtained, as shown in
To ignite a burner, proceed as follows:
• turn the relative knob counter-clockwise until the pointer
is on the high-flame symbol;
• press the knob down fully and activate the automatic
the following table:
Symbol
0
;
gas ignition
• keep the knob pressed down for about 10 seconds with
the flame lit to allow the safety thermocouple to be heated;
• release the knob, checking that the flame is stable. If it
is not, repeat the operation.
For minimum power, turn the knob towards the low flame
symbol. Intermediate positions are possible by simply
putting the knob anywhere between the high and the low
flame symbol.
To turn off the burner, turn the knob clockwise to the off
position " ".
Function
Power
0) Off
-
1) Top + Bottom heating
elements
2350 W
2) Bottom heating element
1300 W
3) Top heating element
1050 W
4) Grill heating element
2000 W
5) Maxigrill (Top + Grill eating
elements)
6) Maxigrill (Top + Grill heating
elements) + fan
Important:
• Do not activate the automatic ignition device for more
than 15 consecutive seconds.
• Difficulty in ignition is sometimes due to air inside the
gas duct.
• If a burner flame accidentally goes out, the gas continues
to exit for a few moments before the safety device
activates. Turn the control knob to the off position and do
not attempt ignition again for at least 1 minute, thereby
letting the gas disperse, which could otherwise be a
danger.
• When the appliance is not in operation, check that the
knobs are in the off position " ". The main gas supply
cut-off cock should also be closed.
3050 W
3100 W
7) Bottom heating element + Fan
1350 W
8) Rear round heating element +
Fan
2850 W
9) Fast defrosting
50 W
After having selected the heat source, put the thermostat
knob "N" (marked with the symbol
) onto the
temperature required.
Using the burners
To obtain maximum efficiency from the burners, it is
advisable to only use pans with a diameter suitable for the
burner being used, so that the flame does not extend beyond
the pan base (see following table).
• For traditional cooking (roasts, biscuits, etc.) in
Burner
Diameter of the pan in cm.
Auxiliary A
from 6 to 14
Semi-rapid B
from 15 to 20
conventional mode use the
mode (hot above +
below).
Only put the food to be cooked into the oven when it has
reached the selected temperature and preferably use
just one shelf for cooking.
To provide heat only to the bottom or the top part of the
dishes, turn the selector to the position
(hot below)
R api d C
from 21 to 30
or
Triple ring D
from 24 to 30
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(hot below + fan) or
(hot above);
• With this
Indicator light "S"
(figure a on page 2) It indicates that the oven is heating up.
When the light goes out, the required temperature has been
reached inside the oven.
When the light alternately comes on and goes out, it means
that the thermostat is working properly to maintain the oven
temperature.
(fan assisted) mode heat is transmitted to
the food through pre-heated air made to circulate inside
the oven by a fan. The oven heats up very quickly so the
food to be cooked may be put into the oven as soon as it
is switched on. Cooking is also possible simultaneously
on two shelves.
• The “fast defrosting“ function
uses no heating
elements, just the oven light and the fan.
• Grill operation: a high heat output is used for grilling, so
that the surface of the food is immediately browned; this
is particularly indicated for meats which should remain
tender on the inside.
To grill, turn the selector knob "H" to one of these positions:
Spit - Rotisserie
Insert the meat to be cooked along the length of the spit
rod, securing it with the special adjustable forks (fig. 2a).
Introduce the supports “A” and “B” (fig. 2b) into the holes in
the drip tray “E”, rest the rod groove on the seat “C” and
insert the oven rack into the lowest guide of the oven; now
insert the spit rod into the relative hole, moving the groove
forward into seat “D”. Start the rotisserie by turning the
selector knob to one of the following positions:
(grill),
(maxigrill),
(maxigrill + fan)
During grilling, do not set the thermostat knob to
above 200°C and keep the oven door closed.
Oven light
The oven light comes on automatically when the selector
knob
is turned to any of its positions.
fig.2a
fig.2b
MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
Important: The appliance should be disconnected from
the mains supply before starting cleaning operations.
To ensure a long life cycle for the appliance, it is essential
to carry out a thorough general clean frequently, while
observing the following instructions:
oven on at maximum temperature so that all grease
residue and the like are eliminated.
• If, after long-term use, you find evident grease stains
deposited on the self-cleaning oven walls, probably due
to your failing to follow the above maintenance advice,
clean the surfaces thoroughly with hot water and a soft
cloth (do not use any detergents), then rinse and dry
thoroughly.
Inside the oven door:
Clean the surface with a cloth moistened with hot water
and non abrasive liquid detergent, then rinse and dry
thoroughly.
• Do not remove any dry caked-on grease using sharp
objects, as these could etch the self-cleaning coating.
Inside the oven:
• The inside of your oven is coated with a special selfcleaning microporous enamel glaze which, at a normal
cooking temperature of between 200 and 300°C, oxidises
and completely eliminates all grease spots or other
substances that inevitably attack the inner walls of the
oven. This way, cleaning is kept right down to a minimum:
as a matter of fact, you just need to rub the surfaces of
the oven with a wet cloth regularly, after cooking, to
remove the thin layer of ash that may have been
deposited during cooking, in order to maintain the selfcleaning property of the oven intact.
• If the self-cleaning surfaces inside the oven are damaged
or worn, due to incorrect or poor maintenance or after
many years of use, you can request a kit of self-cleaning
panels to line the inside of the oven. To order these, just
contact an authorised Service Centre and quote the code
AP 812.
• After cooking where liquid has overflowed or when the
dirt has not been eliminated completely (for example
when grilling food, and the temperatures reached are
not high enough for the full self-cleaning action of the
enamel to be performed), we recommend you leave the
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Removing/remounting the door
The oven door is removable for easier access to oven for
cleaning. Proceed as follows (fig.3-4):
•
•
FIG. 3
•
FIG. 4
Oven exterior:
fully open the door;
push the door downwards and simultaneously keep the
levers “B” of the 2 hinges lightly pressed down, as shown
in figure 3;
with the 2 levers “B” always pressed down, start closing
the door until the levers are released internally from the
2 arms “C”. Keeping the 2 lower arms “A” raised, now
pull out the door as shown in figure 4.
• Only clean the appliance when the oven is cold.
To remount the door:
• The steel parts and especially the areas with the screenprinted symbols should not be cleaned with solvents or
abrasive detergents. It is advisable to use only a damp
cloth with lukewarm water and washing up liquid.
Stainless steel may remain stained if in long-term contact
with very calcareous water or aggressive detergents
(containing phosphorus).
It is therefore always necessary to rinse and dry all
surfaces thoroughly after cleaning.
Important: cleaning operations must be made
horizontally, in the direction of the steel glazing.
• After cleaning, any treatments to polish the surfaces
may be performed: only use specific products for
stainless steel.
•
•
•
with the door in a vertical position, insert the 2 upper
arms “B” into the upper slits, then lower the door and
insert the 2 lower arms “A” into the lower slits.
make sure that the housing “D” is perfectly connected
with the edge of the slit (move the door slightly back
and forth);
push the door downwards as far as it will go, then close.
Greasing the taps
As time passes, a tap may lock or become difficult to turn.
In this case it will be necessary to clean inside and replace
the grease. This procedure must be performed by a
technician authorized by the manufacturer.
Changing the oven lightbulb
Make sure that the appliance is disconnected from the
electricity supply.
Unscrew the glass protective cover from inside the oven,
unscrew the lightbulb and replace it with an identical one
suitable for high temperatures (300°C) and with the following
characteristics:
Voltage 230 V
Wattage 15 W
Type E 14.
Important: do not use abrasive powders, aggressive
detergents or acidic substances for cleaning.
Hob:
• The removable parts of the burners on the hob should
be washed frequently with warm water and soap, making
sure to remove any caked-on substances. Check that
the gas outlet slits are not clogged. Dry the burners
carefully before using them again.
• Clean the end part of the automatic glow plug ignitors of
the hob and gas oven frequently.
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ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
The electronic programmer has the function of
automatically switching on the oven (at the required time)
and switching it off at the end of the set cooking time. The
4 figure luminous display showing the actual time and the
programming times, also shows the current state of the
oven by means of the following symbols:
A
U
T
O
Oven on
Minute minder
Automatic programme AUTO
Point • (this divides the hour from the minutes on the
display)
All the functions may be programmed for a total of 23 h
and 59 min. Maximum cooking time is 10 hours.
Automatic oven mode (programmed cooking duration and
end)
• Put the food to be cooked in the oven.
• Press the key (Duration) and adjust the cooking time
using the and keys: the AUTO and
(oven on)
symbols light up (the oven switches on).
• Press the key (end of cooking) and adjust the end of
cooking time using the and keys: the
symbol
goes out (the oven switches off).
• Turn the selector and the thermostat knobs onto the
required function and temperature respectively.
• The programmer automatically sets the start of cooking
time, which is shown by the symbol (oven on) coming
on. When the cooking time has elapsed, the oven is
automatically switched off, the
(oven on) symbol
goes out and the AUTO symbol blinks; an acoustic
signal sounds.
Adjusting the clock
(At installation, after power failures, clock in advance or
behind).
Select manual mode by pressing key , adjust the hour
and minutes using the and . keys.
Manual oven mode (Programming excluded)
Press the key ; and the oven is switched on, the AUTO
symbol goes out and the
(oven on) symbol comes on.
This operation erases any set programme.
Semi-automatic oven mode
1st example: start in manual cooking mode - programmed
cooking time.
• Put the food to be cooked in the oven.
• Press the key (duration) and adjust the cooking time
using the and keys: the oven switches on, the AUTO
and
(oven on) symbols light up.
• Turn the selector and the thermostat knobs onto the
required function and temperature respectively.
• At the end of the set cooking time, the oven is
(oven on)
automatically switched off, the symbol
goes out and the AUTO symbol blinks; an acoustic signal
sounds.
2nd example: start with manual cooking mode - end with
programmed cooking mode.
• Put the food to be cooked in the oven.
• Press the key (end of cooking) and adjust the end of
cooking time using the and keys: the oven switches
on, the AUTO and
symbols light up.
• Turn the selector and the thermostat knobs onto the
required function and temperature respectively.
• At the end of cooking, the oven is automatically switched
off, the
symbol (oven on) goes out and the AUTO
symbol blinks; an acoustic signal sounds.
Minute minder
Press the key (minute minder) and set the time required
using the and keys. An acoustic signal sounds at the
end of the programme.
Buzzer
The buzzer emits a sound for 7 minutes after the end of
the selected programme; it may be stopped by pressing
any function key. It is possible to choose 3 different types
of acoustic signal. By pressing the key the actual signal
tone appears. Now, within 7 seconds, every further press
of the key changes the signal tone.
Program control
for the remaining time to be displayed,
Press the key
and the key
to check the end of cooking time.
Erasing programs
Once a programme has been carried out, it is automatically
erased; it can also be cancelled by pressing the key
(manual).
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COOKING TIPS
Cooking times may change according to the nature of the foods, their homogeneity and their volume. When cooking a certain food for the first
time, it is advisable to choose the lowest values in the cooking time range given in the table and then increase them if necessary.
CONVENTIONAL OVEN COOKING
Type of dish
Temperature
°C
Cooking time
(minutes)
130
130
150
160
160
170
170
200
200
200
200
60-70
30-40
20-30
40-50
40-50
30-40
40-50
15-20
15-20
15-20
15-20
Pastries and cakes
Fruit pie
Meringues
S p o n g e ca ke
A n g e l ca ke
Madeira cake
Chocolate cake
F l a t sw e e t l o a f
Puffs
Flaky pastry biscuits
Mille feuilles
Shor t pastry
Type of dish
Temperature
°C
Cooking time
(hours)
Meat
Turkey (4-8 kg.)
Goose (4-5 kg.)
Duck (2-4 kg.)
Capon (2½-3 kg.)
Braised beef (1-1½ kg.)
Leg of lamb
Roast hare (2 kg.)
R o a st p h e a sa n t
Chicken (1-1½ kg.)
160
160
170
170
160
160
160
160
170
3-4½
4-4½
1½-2½
2-2½
3-3½
1-1½
1-1½
1-1½
1-1½
Fish
200
15-25 minutes
GRILLING
Type of dish
Cooking time
(minutes)
Position of shelf
60
15
60
60
60
3rd guide rail
2nd guide rail
1st guide rail
-
Chops (0.5 kg.)
S a u sa g e s
Grilled chicken (1 kg)
Veal on the spit (0.6 kg.)
Chicken on the spit (1 kg.)
FAN ASSISTED COOKING
Type of dish
The 1st guide rail is
understood as being
the lowest position.
Guide rail No. Quantity Temperature
Time
from bottom
kg .
°C
(minutes)
Pastries and cakes
* With beaten mix, in mould
* With beaten mix, without mould
Shor t pastry, flan base
Shor t pastry with wet filling
Shor t pastry with dry filling
* With natural leavened mix
Small pastries and cakes
1-3
1-3-4
1-3-4
1-3
1-3-4
1-3
1-3-4
1
1
0.5
1.5
1
1
0.5
175
175
175
175
175
175
160
60
50
30
70
45
50
30
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1-1.5
180
180
220
180
200
60
70
50
70
70
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1
1
1
1-1.5
1.5
1-1.5
160
160
160
180
180
180
80
90
90
90
120
120
1
1
1
1
175
175
120
110
Fish
Fillets, steaks, cod hake, sole
Mackerel, turbot, salmon
Oysters
1-3
1.3
1-3
1
1
180
180
180
30
45
20
Timbales
Baked pasta dish
Vegetable pudding
* Sweet and savoury soufflés
* Pizzas and savoury roll
Toasted sandwiches
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3-4
1-3-4
2
2
0.75
0.5
0.5
185
185
180
200
190
60
50
50
30
15
1-3
1-3
1-3
1-3
1
0.5
0.75
1
200
50
50
50
45
50
70
110
Meat
Roasts under grill
Veal
B eef
English roast beef
Pork
C h i cke n
Roasts on tray
Veal
B eef
Pork
C h i cke n
Turkey slices
D u ck
Casseroles
Braised beef
Braised veal
Defrosting
Ready-to-eat dishes
Meat
Meat
Meat
Notes:
1)
2)
3)
4)
Cooking times do not include oven pre-heating, except for those marked with an asterisk
The indication given in the table for the guide rails is the one that should preferably be used in the event of cooking on more than one level.
The indicated times refer to cooking on one shelf only; for cooking on more than one level, increase the time by 5 ÷ 10 min.
For roast beef, veal, pork and turkey, on the bone or rolled, increase the times by 20 min.
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INSTALLATION
min. 50 mm.
min. 700 mm.
fig.6
In a chimney stack or branched flue
(exclusively for cooking appliances)
OFFICINA
Directly to the outside
Kitchen ventilation
The air flow into the room where the appliance is installed
must equal the quantity of air that is required for regular
combustion of the gas and for ventilating the same room.
Air must be taken in naturally through permanent apertures
made in the outside walls of the room or through single or
branching collective ventilation ducts in compliance with
current standards and regulations.
The air must be taken directly from the outside, from an
area far from sources of pollution.
The ventilation aperture must have the following
characteristics (fig.7A):
• total free cross section of passage of at least 6 cm² for
every kW of rated heating capacity of the appliance,
with a minimum of 100 cm² (the heating capacity is
indicated on the rating plate);
• it must be made in such a way that the aperture, both on
the inside and outside of the wall, cannot be obstructed;
• it must be protected, e.g. with grates, wire mesh, etc. in
such a way that the above-mentioned free section is not
reduced;
• it must be situated as near to floor level as possible.
fig.5
The following instructions are provided for qualified
installers so that they may accomplish installation,
adjustment and technical maintenance operations correctly
and in compliance with current regulations and standards.
Important: the appliance should be disconnected from
the mains electricity supply before any adjustment,
maintenance, etc. is carried out. Maximum caution should
be used should it be necessary to keep the appliance
connected to the electricity supply.
The cookers have the following technical specifications:
Cat. II2H3 + Class 1(appliance installed indipendently) or
Class 2 Sub-clas 1 (appliances installed between two
cabinet)
The dimensions of the appliance are given in the figure on
page 2. For trouble-free operation of appliances installed
in housing units, the minimum distances shown in fig.5
should be observed. Adjacent surfaces and the wall at the
rear should also be able to withstand an overheating
temperature of 65 °C. The feet are screw-adjustable and
whenever necessary should be used to make sure the
cooker stands level.
Detail A
Adjacent
room
Room to be
ventilated
A
Positioning
This appliance may only be installed and operated in
permanently ventilated rooms in compliance with current
standards. The following requirements must be observed:
• The appliance must discharge combustion products
into a special hood, which must be connected to a
chimney, flue pipe or directly to the outside (fig.6).
• If it is impossible to fit a hood, the use of an electric fan
is permitted, either installed on a window or on an
external wall, which must be switched on at the same
time as the appliance.
Examples of ventilation holes
for comburant air
Enlarging the ventilation slot
between window and floor
fig. 7A
fig. 7B
The air inflow may also be obtained from an adjoining room,
provided the latter is not a bedroom or a room where there
is a risk of fire, such as warehouses, garages, fuel stores,
etc. and is ventilated in compliance with the current
standards and regulations. Air from the adjoining room to
the one to be ventilated may be made to pass freely through
permanent apertures with a cross section at least equal
to that indicated above. These apertures may also be
obtained by increasing the gap between the door and the
floor (fig.7B).
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If an electric fan is used for extracting the combustion
products, the ventilation aperture must be increased in
relation to its maximum performance. The electric fan should
have a sufficient capacity to guarantee an hourly exchange
of air equal to 3 ÷ 5 times the volume of the kitchen.
Prolonged, intensive use of the appliance may require extra
ventilation, e.g. an open window or a more efficient
ventilation system by increasing the extraction power of
the electric fan if installed. Liquid petroleum gas descends
towards the floor as it is heavier than air. Apertures in the
outside walls in rooms containing LPG cylinders should
therefore be at floor level, in order to allow any gas from
leaks to be expelled. Do not store LPG cylinders (even when
empty) in basements or rooms below ground level; it is
advisable to keep only the cylinder in use in the room at
any one time and connected far from heat sources which
could raise its temperature to above 50 °C.
Adaptation to a different type of gas
If the hob is to be converted for use with a type of gas
other than that for which it was set in the factory (indicated
on the label to be found on the hob), the burner nozzles
should be replaced as follows:
• Remove the pan supports and the burners.
• Unscrew the nozzles “A” (fig.9) using a 7 mm socket
wrench and replace them with the ones which have a
diameter suitable for the type of gas to be used, according
to the table 1 "burners and nozzles specifications).
• On completing the operation, replace the old rating label
with the one showing the new type of gas; the sticker is
available from our Service Centres.
Gas supply connection
• Check that the appliance is set for the type of gas
available and then connect it to the mains gas piping or
the gas cylinder in compliance with current regulations
and standards.
• This appliance is designed and set to work with the gas
indicated on the label situated on the actual hob. If the
gas supply is other than the type for which the appliance
has been set, proceed with replacing the corresponding
nozzles (provided), following instructions given in the
paragraph “Adaptation to different types of gas”.
• For trouble-free operation, suitable use of energy and
longer life of the appliance, make sure that the supply
pressure complies with the values indicated in the table
1 "burners and nozzles specifications, otherwise install
a special pressure regulator on the supply pipe in
compliance with current standards and regulations.
• Connect in such a way that the appliance is subjected
to no strain whatsoever.
Either a rigid metal pipe with fittings in compliance with
the standards in force must be used for connecting to the
nipple union (threaded ½"G male fitting) situated at the
rear of the appliance to the right (fig.8), or flexible steel
pipe in compliance with the standards in force, which must
not exceed 2000 mm in length.
Should it be necessary to turn the fitting, the gasket
(supplied with the appliance) must be replaced. Upon
completion of installation, check the gas circuit, the internal
connections and the taps for leaks using a soapy solution
(never a flame). Also check that the connecting pipe cannot
come into contact with moving parts which could damage
or crush it. Make sure that the natural gas pipe is adequate
for a sufficient supply to the appliance when all the burners
are lit
Important: A pressure regulator, in compliance with the
standards in force, must be inserted when connecting to
a liquid gas supply (in a cylinder).
A
fig.9
Adjusting the low flame
· Put the tap to the low flame position;
· Remove the tap knob and turn the adjusting screw, situated
inside of the tap stem (fig.10), using a screwdriver
(loosening the screw increases the height of the flame,
tightening decreases it).
note: the adjusting screw must be fully screwed down for
liquid gas.
· Having obtained the low flame setting required and with
the burner lit, abruptly change the position of the knob
several times from minimum to maximum and vice versa
and check that the flame does not go out.
fig.10
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
The hobs are designed to work with alternating current at
the supply voltage and frequency indicated on the rating
plate (situated under the hob or at the end of the instruction
booklet). Make sure that the local supply voltage
corresponds to the voltage indicated on the rating plate.
Connecting the supply cable to the mains electricity
supply
For models supplied without a plug, fit a standard plug,
suitable for the load indicated on the rating plate, onto the
cable and connect to a suitable socket. To connect directly
to the mains supply, a double-pole switch with a contact
separation of at least 3 mm suitable for the load and
fig.8
9
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead may not
correspond with the coloured markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
Connect the Green & Yellow wire to terminal marked “E” or
complying with current standards and regulations, must
be fitted between the appliance and the mains supply outlet.
The yellow-green earth wire must not be interrupted by the
switch. The supply cable must be in such a position that no
part of it can reach a temperature of 50 °C above room
temperature.
For installation above a built-under oven, the hob and the
oven must be connected separately to the electricity supply
both for safety reasons and for easy removal of the oven if
necessary.
Do not use adapters or shunts as they could cause heating
or burning.
Before connecting to the power supply, make sure that:
• the limiter valve and the domestic system can withstand
the load from the appliance (see rating plate);
• the supply system is efficiently earthed according to
standards and laws in force;
• the socket or double-pole switch are easily accessible
when the appliance is installed.
Important: the wires in the mains lead are coloured in
accordance with the following code:
Green & Yellow
- Earth
Blue
- Neutral
Brown
- Live
or coloured Green or Green & Yellow.
Connect the Brown wire to the terminal marked “L” or
coloured Red.
Connect the Blue wire to the terminal marked “N” or
coloured Black.
FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE ACCIDENT-PREVENTION
REGULATIONS RELIEVES THE MANUFACTURER OF ALL
LIABILITY.
Replacing the cable
Use a rubber cable of the type H05VV-F with a suitable
cross section 3 x 1,5 mm².
The yellow-green earth wire must be 2-3 cm longer than
the other wires.
BURNERS AND NOZZLES SPECIFICATIONS
Table 1
Liquid gas
Burner
Diameter
(mm)
Thermal power
kW (H.s.*)
By-pass
1/100
Injector
1/100
Natural gas
Flow *
g/h
Injector
1/100
Flow*
l/h
Nomin.
Reduc.
(mm)
(mm)
G30
G31
(mm)
G20
Rapid C
100
3.00
0.7
40
86
218
214
116
286
Semi-rapid B
75
1.65
0.4
30
64
120
118
96
157
Auxiliary A
55
1.00
0.3
27
50
73
71
71
95
Triple ring D
130
3.25
1.3
57
91
236
232
124
309
30
37
Supply pressure
(mbar)
This appliance conforms with the following European
Economic Community directives:
- 73/23/EEC of 19/02/73 (Low Voltage) and subsequent
modifications;
- 89/336/EEC of 03/05/89 (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
and subsequent modifications;
- 90/396/EEC of 29/06/90 (Gas) and subsequent
modifications;
- 93/68/EEC of 22/07/93 and subsequent modifications.
* At 15°C and 1013 mbar-dry gas
Propane G31 H.s. = 50,37 MJ/kg
Butane G30
H.s. = 49,47 MJ/kg
Methane G20 H.s. = 37,78 MJ/m3
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