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MODE D'EMPLOI - HANDLEIDING
GEBRAUCHSANLEITUNG - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
CUISINIÈRE MIXTE
GAS-EN ELEKTRISCH
FORNUIS
GAS-ELEKTROHERD
ELECTROGAS COOKER
ZC 605 M
BE
ENGLISH
IMPORTANT
THE GUARANTEE
This new appliance is easy to use, however, to
obtain the best results, it is important to read this
booklet and to follow all the instructions before
using it for the first time.
The booklet contains the necessary information
regarding installation, use and maintenance, as
well as giving useful advice.
Your new cooker is covered by guarantee.
You will find the guarantee certificate enclosed. If you
are missing anything, contact your retailer, giving the
date of purchase, model, and the registration number
which is printed on the identification plate.
We ask you to bear in mind that for the guarantee to
be operated, it is necessary to fill in and send the larger
part of the guarantee to Electrolux Technical
Assistance & Service within 8 days of purchase, so
that we can provide registration.
We advise you that the smaller part of the certificate,
as well as your receipt and proof of purchase, should
be shown when required to personnel of Electrolux
Technical Assistance & Service.
Without following this procedure, the repair personnel
will have to charge you more for the repair.
The Zanussi Technical Assistance Service, through its
numerous authorized Centres, provides assistance to
the most important makes of electrical domestic
appliances. In case of necessity contact the nearest
Centre by consulting the telephone directory under
the name ZANUSSI or, of course, the yellow pages
under the section Electrical Domestic Appliances/
Repairs.
This appliance complies with the following E.E.C. Directives:
• 73/23 - 90/683 (Low Voltage Directive);
• 89/336 (Electromagnetical Compatibility Directive);
• 90/396 (Gas Appliance Directive);
• 93/68 (General Directives);
and subsequent modifications.
Appliance
Class 1 and
Category:
Class 2
Sub-Class 1
II 2E+3+
Appliance set for use with gas type: G20/25 - 20/25 mbar
Voltage tension:
230 V ~ 50 Hz
Total electric power rating: 2.250 kW max
MANUFACTURER:
ELECTROLUX ZANUSSI ELETTRODOMESTICI S.p.A.
Viale Bologna 298
47100 FORLÌ (Italy)
Once your appliance has been installed by a qualified installer according to the recommendations
contained in the second part of this brochure, we request you to read the following pages in order to get
the best use from your cooking appliance.
These instructions are only valid for countries whose identification symbols are shown on the inside
cover of this information brochure and on the appliance itself.
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WARNINGS - GAS AND ELECTROGAS COOKERS
It is very important that this instruction book should be kept safely for future consultation. If
the appliance should be sold or given to another person, please ensure that the booklet goes
together with it, so that the new owner can know of the functions of the machine and also be
aware of the warnings.
This warnings has been given for the safety of you and others. We therefore ask you to carefully
read the procedures of installing and using this cooker.
•
This appliance has been designed for use by adults.
Take care, therefore, that children do not attempt to
play with it.
•
This product is intended for the cooking of food and
must not be used for other purposes.
•
The work of installation must be carried out by
competent and qualified installers according to the
regulations in force.
•
Any modifications to the domestic electrical mains
which may be necessary for the installation of the
appliance should be carried out only by competent
personnel.
•
It is dangerous to modify, or attempt to modify, the
characteristics of this appliance.
•
•
Unstable or deformed pans should not be placed on
the burners or plates in order to avoid accidents
caused by upsetting or boiling over.
•
Particular care should be taken when cooking with
oil or fat.
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The appliance remains hot for a long time after being
switched off. Supervise children at all times, paying
attention that they do not touch surfaces or remain
in the vicinity of the appliance when in use or when
not completely cooled.
If the appliance is fitted with a cover, its function is to
protect the surface from dust when closed and to accumulate splashes of grease when open.Do not use
for other purposes.
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Always clean the cover before closing.
•
Leave the burners and/or plates to cool before
closing.
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All the covers, in plate glass or enamel, are
removable to facilitate cleaning.
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Always ensure that the knobs are in the « »
(Stop) position when the appliance is not in use.
•
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Always insert the dripping pan when using the grill
or when cooking meat on the grid. Pour a little water
into the dripping pan to avoid grease burning and
creating unpleasant smells.
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Always use oven gloves to remove dishes from the
oven.
•
The accessories (grid and dripping pan) should be
washed before using for the first time.
Take care when using cleaning products in spray
form: never direct the spray onto the resistance or
the thermostat bulb.
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If, when placing food in the oven, or when removing
it, a large quantity of oil, juice, etc. spills onto the
bottom of the oven, re-clean before starting to cook
to avoid unpleasant smoke and also the possibility
of these substances catching fire.
Ensure that air can circulate around the gas
appliance. Poor ventilation can produce a lack of
oxygen.
WARNING: The use of a gas cooking appliance
produces heat and humidity in the room in which
it is installed. Ensure good ventilation of the
room keeping natural ventilation openings clear
or installing an extractor hood with a discharge
tube. In case of doubt ask installer for advice.
For reasons of hygiene and safety this appliance
must always be kept clean. A build up of grease or
other food can cause fires.
Avoid installation of the cooker near inflammable
material (e.g. curtains, tea towels, etc.).
Supply the appliance with the type of gas stamped
on the relevant adhesive label situated in the immediate vicinity of the gas connection tube.
The gas oven becomes hot with the movement of air.
The holes on the bottom of the oven must never be
obstructed. Do not cover the sides of the oven with
aluminium foil, in particular the lower part of the
opening.
The appliance is heavy, move it carefully.
Before maintenance and cleaning disconnect the
appliance and allow to cool.
To facilitate ignition, light the burners before
placing pans on the grid. After having lit the
burners check that the flame is regular.
Always lower the flame or turn it off before removing
the pan.
Ensure that the oven grids are inserted correctly (see
instructions).
If there are self-cleaning panels they should only be
cleaned with soap and water (see cleaning
instructions).
Only heat-resistant plates may be placed in the
drawer situated under the oven.Do not put
combustible materials there.
In case of repairs, do not attempt to correct yourself.
Repairs carried out by unqualified persons can cause damage. Contact an authorized Technical
Assistance Centre and insist an original spareparts.
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CONTENTS
Warning
Instructions for the user
Installation
Use
Electric Oven
Programming
Advice for use of oven
Cooking times
Maintenance
Instructions for installation
Gas connection
Adaption to different types of gas
Electrical connection
What to do if...
Technical Assistance and Spare Parts
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During cooking on the grill or in the oven, the
unit is kept at a high temperature in relation to
the plate glass door and adjacent parts. Take
care therefore, that children do not play near it.
When connecting household appliances to a
plug near the unit, ensure that they are kept
away from the flame and the oven door.
DIMENSIONS OF THE UNIT
850
OVEN DOOR PROTECTION DEVICE
600
600
All our appliances comply with the European Safety
Standards. Nevertheless, in order to ensure the
highest safety level, and avoid little children to be
exposed to the heat when the appliance is operated,
it is possible to fit a special protection device to the
oven door. This device can be purchased in our
Service Force Centres, specifying the relevant code
( 3 5 7 9 1 ) and the Product No. shown on the rating
plate. Fitting instructions are provided with the kit
package.
Total power ratings and additional technical data are provided on the identification plate, attached on the lower side
of the oven frame (
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER
INSTALLATION
IGNITION OF HOB BURNERS
It is important that all operations are carried out by
qualified personnel, in the normal manner.
The specific instructions are describred in the chapter
on installation.
Before using the unit, take off the special protective
layer which protects the stainless steel and anodyne
tin parts.
To ignite a burner, before positioning the saucepan,
use the appropriate switch marked by a small spark,
push the corresponding knob in completely and turn in
an anticlockwise direction to the maximum position;
upon ignition regulate the flame as required.
USE
If after a few attempts the burner does not ignite, check
that the baffle and its cap are correctly positioned.
To interrupt the supply of gas, turn the knob in a
clockwise direction to the position " ".
During cooking, when using fats or oils, take
particular care as they can, when over-heated, selfignite.
Control knobs on the cooker
The knobs for using the gas cooker are found on the
control panel.
The regulation knobs should be turned in anticlockwise direction until the small flame symbol, and
vice-versa for the larger symbol.
In models provided with a safety device, the control
knob must be pressed in for approximately 5 seconds
until the safety valve automatically keeps the flame lit.
No gas supply
Maximum gas supply
Minimum gas supply
POTTERY
Remember that a wide-bottomed pan allows a faster
cooking than a narrow one.
Always use pots which properly fit what you have to
cook.
Particularly make sure that the pans are not too small
for liquids, since these could easily overflow.
Moreover, the pans should not be too large for a faster
cooking. In fact, grease and juices may spread on the
bottom and burn easily.
It is better to use non-openable moulds for baking
cakes. In fact, an openable mould lets juices and sugar
leak through, falling on the bottom of the oven and
consequently burning on the bottom of the baking tray,
making cleaning difficult.
Avoid putting plastic-handled pans in the oven as they
are not heat-proof.
You should use oans with the right diameter to fit the
burner, in order to make the most out of it, thus
reducing gas consumption as in Fig. 2.
It is also advisable to cover any boiling casserole and,
as soon as the liquid starts boiling, lower the flame
enough to keep the boiling point.
Fig. 2
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ELECTRIC OVEN (5 FUNCTIONS)
Switch to choose type of cooking (Fig. 2) and
thermostat regulation (Fig. 3).
These two switches allow you to select the type of
cooking (choice of heating element) as well as temperature, according to the requirements of the recipe.
The oven light stays on in all positions.
Explanation of symbols
Upper and lower heating
Grill
Lower element
Upper and lower plus circulated air
Bottom heating only
Turn the switch to the position “
“ and regulate the
thermostat to the temperature required.
Convection cooking
Turn the switch to the position “
“ and regulate the
thermostat to the temperature required.
Defreezing
Turn the switch to the position “ “.
In this function, the electric ventilator fans cold air
inside the oven, which begins to defreeze food.
When the cooking selector switch (Fig. 2) is placed in
position “ “ regulate the thermostat (Fig. 3) to position
“ ● “.
Defreezing
Traditional cooking
Turn the switch to the position “
“ and regulate the
thermostat to the temperature required.
Grilling
“ and regulate the
Turn the switch to the position “
thermostat to the temperature required.
When using the grill, the oven door should
be left ajar and the control panel protection
inserted (Figs 4 and 5).
0
Abb. 2
FO 2124
Abb. 4
100
50
FO 0396
0
150
60
20
FO 0156
Abb. 3
FO 0375
Abb. 5
When using the oven for the first time we
advise you to switch it on and allow it to heat
whilst empty for approximately 45 minutes at
maximum temperature.
Then allow to cool down before cleaning the
inside of the oven with water and a non-abrasive cleaning product.
Pilot lamp
When lit indicates the operation of one or more heating
elements.
When cooking in the oven or grill, in order to avoid
over-heating, always leave the appliance’s cover
open.
The oven is supplied with an enamelled dripping pan
for the collection of cooking juices from grilled meat or
kebabs, and a grill for cooking grilled food, which can
also be placed in a dish.
In models equipped with an oven grill with stopper
(fig. 5) and when grilling, to avoid dirtying the oven
excessively, we advise you to insert the drippng pan
(A-fig. 6) in the specific grids, situated under the grill
(B-fig.6).
If you need to cook with the dripping pan on the oven
grill, place as shown in Fig. 6.
FO 0190
Fig. 6
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PROGRAMMING
End of cooking numerical programmer (Fig. 7)
Some models are fitted with a device which switches
off the oven at the end of the cooking time
programmed.
The programmer has an electric clock which shows the
time and a timer with an acoustic signal.
Fig. 7 shows the programmer commands. All
regulations are carried out by means of switches A and
B.
Switch A
Turn in a clockwise direction to correct the time shown
on the numerical display (on installaton, after electricity
cut, if it is in advance or behind, etc.).
Switch B
Turn the switch in a clockwise direction to select:
Cooking time (max. 210 minutes);
Interruption of the acoustic signal (position
);
Manual use of the oven (position );
Corresponding symbols appear on screen C.
C
FO 0158
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A B
Fig. 7
Manual operation
The oven can be used normally, without any
programming. For this, turn switch B in a clockwise
direction until the symbol
appears in the window.
Programming
Prepare the dish to be cooked; turn switch B in a
clockwise direction to regulate the cooking time (in
minutes) (window C).
Turn the oven switch to regulate the cooking time.
An acoustic signal indicates the end of cooking time;
to cancel the acoustic signal, turn switch B to display
symbol
in window C.
ADVICE FOR USE OF THE HOB BURNERS
Initially, use a large flame for cooking, placing the
regulating switch on “ “. Then regulate the flame as
necessary.
The external part of the flame is much hotter than the
inside (core), consequently the flame points must come
into contact with the bottom of the pan.
Flames which exceed the pan consume gas
unnecessarily.
It is not necessary to use special pans for gas cookers.
However, pans with thin sides transmit heat to their
contents quicker than those with thick sides. And since
heat is not distributed evenly around the bottom of
pans food may be cooked unevenly.
When using thin-based pans, contents should be
stirred frequently. A thick base reduces the danger of
over-heating as the bottom of the pan produces
sufficient thermal compensation.
We advise you to use pans of a correct size. Large,
low-sided pans are more suitable than those which are
narrow and high-sided as they can be heated faster.
Placing small pans on the large burner does not accelerate cooking. In these conditions gas is only wasted.
Use: small pans on small burners, large pans on large
burners. By using a pan without a cover heat
consumption is reduced.
ADVICE FOR THE USE OF YOUR OVEN
Traditional cooking
As heat originates from top and bottom, dishes should
preferably be placed in the middle. If cooking requires
more heat from the bottom or the top, use the upper or
lower level.
Convection cooking
Heat is transmitted to dishes by hot air forcibly
circulated inside the oven by a fan placed at the back
of the oven. By this method, heat is quickly and evenly
circulated throughout the oven, permitting several
different dishes to be cooked at the same time on
different levels.
With this cooking method, through the elimination of
humidity in the air and a drier environment, smells and
tastes are not given off and do not mix with those of
other dishes.
Thanks to this possibility of cooking on several levels,
you can cook up to three different dishes at the same
time, to be consumed immediately or frozen. You can
also cook on only one level. In this case, it is advisable
to place the dish on the lower level for better cooking
control.
This oven is particularly suitable for defreezing rapidly,
sterilizing preserves, homemade jams and, finally, for
drying mushrooms and fruit.
Cooking in the multi-function oven
This type of oven permits difrferent types of cooking:
traditional, convection, fanned heat and grilling;
cooking can therefore be optimized.
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For the preparation of cakes
Pre-heat the oven, unless indicated differently, for at
least 10 minutes before use. Do not open the oven
door when cooking dishes which must raise (e.g.
raised pastries and soufflés); the jet of cold air would
block the raising process.
To check if cakes are cooked, insert a toothpick into
the mixture; if it comes out clean the cake is ready.
Wait until at least 3/4 of the cooking time has passed
before doing this check.
As a general rule remember that:
A dish which is well-cooked on the outside but not
sufficiently cooked inside, would have required a longer
cooking time but lower temperature. On the contrary,
a “dry” texture would have required a shorter cooking
time but higher temperature.
For the preparation of meat:
Meat to the cooked in the oven should weigh at least 1
kilo to avoid its becoming too dry. If you want roasts
with a good colour, use very little oil. If the piece is lean,
use a little oil and butter. Butter or oil are unnecessary
if the piece has a strip of fat on top. If the piece has a
strip of fat on one side only, put it in the oven with this
side upwards; when melting the fat will grease the
lower side sufficiently.
Red meat should be removed from the fridge one hour
before cooking otherwise the sudden change of temperature could cause it to become tough. A roast,
especially if of red meat, must not be salted at the
beginning of cooking as salt causes juices and blood
to seep out of the meat, thus preventing the formation
of a well-browned crust.
Meat should be salted after just over half the cooking
time.
Place the roast in the oven in a dish having a low rim;
a deep dish acts as a shield and prevents heat from
circulating.
Meat can be placed on an ovenproof dish or directly
on the grill, under which the dripping pan should be
inserted to collect juice. Ingredients for gravy should
only be put in the dish immediately if cooking time is
brief, otherwise they should be added during the last
half hour.
Begin cooking rare meat at a high temperature,
reducing the temperature to finish cooking the inside.
The cooking temperature for white meat can be moderate throughout.
The degree of cooking can be checked by pressing the
meat with a fork; if it does not give the meat is cooked.
At the end of cooking it is advisable to wait at least 15
minutes before cutting the meat in order that the juices
are not lost. Before serving plates can be kept warm in
the oven regulated at minimum temperature.
For the preparation of fish
Cook small fish from start to finish at a high temperature. Cook medium-sized fish initially at a high tempe-
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rature and then gradually lower the temperature. Cook
large fish at a moderate temperature from start to
finish.
Check that baked fish is cooked by gently lifting one
side of the gut; the meat must be white and opaque
throughout, except in the case of salmon, trout or
similar.
In any case, carefully follow the instructions of the
recipe you are using.
Grilling
The following types of meat are suitable for grilling.
Meat or offal cut in slices or pieces of various sizes but
not usually very thick, poultry cut in half and flattened,
fish, some vegetables (e.g. courgettes, aubergines,
tomatoes, etc.), skewers of meat or fish and seafood.
Meat and fish to be grilled should be lightly brushed
with oil and always placed on the grill; this must be
positioned on the level nearest or farthest from the grill
in order to control cooking to avoid burning the surface
or leaving the inside uncooked.
Pour 1 or 2 glasses of water into the dripping pan in
order to avoid the formation of smoke caused by drops
of juice and fat.
The grill can also be used to brown, toast bread and
grill certain types of fruit, such as bananas, halved
grapefruit, slices of pineapple, apples, etc. Fruit should
not be placed too near the source of heat.
Cooking times
Cooking times can vary according to the type of food,
its consistency and its volume.
It is advisable to watch when cooking for the first time
and check results in order to prepare the same dishes
in the same conditions and thus obtain constantly
similar results. The “table of cooking times” relating to
cooking in the oven and by grill is provided as a guide.
Experience will show possible variations to the values
set out in the table.
FO 0061
Fig. 8
QUANTITY
g.
TABLE FOR TRADITIONAL AND CONVECTION COOKING
1000
500
500
250
1000
1200
1000
1500
1200
1000
4000
1500
3000
1200
1000
800
Cooking times
Fanned heat
Level
Tempe-
Traditional cooking
Level
Tempe-
FOODS
4
3
2
1
CAKES
Mixture with beaten egg whites
With raised mixture
Shortpastry - pie base
Cheesecake
Apply pie
Strudel
Jam tarts
Small cakes
Biscuits
Meringues
BREAD AND PIZZA
White bread
Wholemeal bread
Bread rolls
Pizza
FLANS
Macaroni
Vegetable
Small quiches
Lasagne
MEAT
Roast beef
Roast pork
Roast veal
Roast sirloin
Lamb
Chicken
Turkey
Duck
Goose
Rabbit
FISH
Whole
Fillets
rature
°C
4
3
2
1
rature
REMARKS
°C
in Minutes
2
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
180
180
180
175
180
175
180
180
180
100
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
2
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
160
160
160
150
160
150
160
160
160
100
45 ~ 60
20 ~ 35
20 ~ 30
60 ~ 80
40 ~ 60
60 ~ 80
45 ~ 60
15 ~ 25
10 ~ 20
90 ~ 120
1
1
2
1
200
200
200
220
2
2
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
175
175
175
200
45 ~ 60
30 ~ 45
20 ~ 35
20 ~ 35
2
2
2
2
200
200
200
200
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
2
175
175
175
175
40 ~ 50
45 ~ 60
35 ~ 45
45 ~ 60
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
200
200
200
220
200
200
200
175
175
200
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
175
175
175
200
175
175
175
160
160
175
50 ~ 70
100 ~ 130
90 ~ 120
50 ~ 70
110 ~ 130
60 ~ 80
210 ~ 240
120 ~ 150
150 ~ 200
60 ~ 80
Cooked on the grill
Cooked on the grill
Cooked on the grill
Cooked on the grill
Leg
Whole
Whole
Whole
Whole
In pieces
2
2
200
200
2 (1 and 3)
2 (1 and 3)
175
175
140 ~ 60
30 ~ 40
2 fish
4 fillets
1 load
in tin
8 bread rolls
on tray
REMARKS
1) Cooking times do not include preheating, we advise you, particularly for cakes, pizzas, bread, to preheat the oven for approximately 10
minutes.
2) The indication of levels between brackets is the one to be used when cooking on several levels.
3) All cooking must be carried out with the oven door closed.
GRILLING
Quantity
FOODS
Steak
Pork chops
Sausages
Chicken pieces
Various kebabs
Chicken breast
Halved tomatoes
Fish, fillets
Scallops
Welsh rarebit
Slices of bread
Number of
pieces
Grams
4
4
8
6
4
4
8
4
6
4
4
800
600
500
800
700
400
500
400
—
—
—
Cooking time
in minutes
Grilling
Level
4
3
2
1
4
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
Temperature
°C
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
Top
Bottom
10
12
10
30
12
13
12
8
12
8
2~3
8
8
6
20
10
10
—
6
—
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1
The dripping pan must be inserted on the lowest level
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MAINTENANCE
Before each operation, disconnect the unit.
Cleaning the cooker
Drops of sauce, fruit juice etc., should be removed as
soon as possible with a soft cloth soaked in warm
detergent water. Do not use steel wool or knives to take
off layers of crust. Remove stubborn marks with a well
wetted soap impregnated pad, but care must be taken
not to scratch the enamel. Wash the enamelled grids
with water and detergent; these can also be washed a
dishwasher.
Take off the burner covers and the grids and wash
them carefully with warm water and detergent. Dry
them well before putting them back in position.
Moreover, make sure that these are properly re-placed.
The burner can be rubbed with steel wool or a slightly
abrasive cloth.
Clean the oven door and crystal cover, in models
equipped with these items, only with warm water, and
avoid the use of rough cloths or abrasive substances;
in cookers with an automatic ignition the sparkling bulb
should be cleaned periodically and accurately to avoid
difficulties in lighting; furthermore check that the burner
holes are not obstructed.
Oven lamp replacement (Fig. 9)
Disconnect the appliance. Unscrew the lamp and
substitute it with another fitting for a higher temperature (300°C) with the folowing characteristics:
Tension:
230 V (50Hz)
Power:
15W
Convection:
E14
FO 0424
Fig. 9
Cleaning the oven
Clean carefully the oven cavity after use when it is still
warm. In fact, at this moment it is easy to take off
deposits of fat or other substances such as fruit juice,
sugar particles or fat. You can use warm detergent
water or one of the appropriate spray oven cleaners.
Do not direct the spray at the mat steel parts as this
could damage them and always follow the
manufacturer's instructions. Clean the oven accessories (grate, grid-plate etc.) with warm water and
detergent.
Remove possible incrustations with a slightly abrasive
powder.
Cleaning the oven door
For a more complete cleaning of the oven door, it is
advisable to disassemble it in the following way (Fig.
10): open the door fully, turn the two caps situated on
the arm of the hinge to 180°, partially close the door to
an angle of 30°, lift the door and extract from the front.
Re-mount the door by reversing the operation
described above.
Never line any part of the oven with aluminium foil.
It would result in an accumulation of heat which
might damage the cooking results and also
damage the enamel.
Controls - Sundries
Periodically check the condition of the flexible pipe of
gas connection and make it replaced by skilled
technicians as soon as it shows abnormalities. Annual
replacement is recommended.
Have the cocks periodically lubricated by skilled
technicians. In case of unusual working have the range
checked by skilled technicians.
In ranges with cylinder holder, do not use this space to
leave a non-connected or an empty cylinder.
FO 0967
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Fig. 10
Lid cleaning
All the cooker lids can be disassembled, to allow a
better cleaning.
Enamelled lids can be dissasembled as shown in fig. 11.
As regards crystal lids, follow instructions included in
the chapter named "Balancing the lid".
After a proper cleaning, carefully reposition the lid into
its hinges.
Fig. 11
FO 0418
CARE OF CATALYTIC SIDE PANELS
The catalytic side panels can neutralise most food and
splashes of grease when the temperature exceeds
220˚C.
To facilitate cleaning, it is advisable to heat the oven,
empty, above this temperature for 1 to 2 hours a week.
Practical advice:
. Manual cleaning of catalytic side panels is not
advisable.
. These side panels are irremediably damaged by the
use of sprays, steel wool soaked in soap or other
detergents.
. With time some discolouring of the side panels may
occur. This will not affect the catalytic action.
. Once the side panels are saturated the cleaning
process ceases. This does not effect the appliance’s
operation.
. Follow the advice given below in order to reduce to a
minimum the formation of splashes in the oven.
It is unnecessary to add water when roasting or grilling
meat. The addition of water and the meat juices will
contribute, during the cooking process, to the formation
of fat splashes and condensation.
The side panels are better protected against splashes
if the dish containing the roast is covered. In this case
the covering must be removed 20-30 minutes before
the end of cooking; meat will be roasted better on the
outside.
Some large pieces of meat and turkey can certainly be
cooked in this way; the inside will thus be cooked
before the outside burns.
Always use the dripping pan when roasting or grilling
meat.
The long life of your catalytic side panels is dependent
on your following this fundamental advice.
How to diminish splashes? Some advice:
Always cook at the recommended temperature. When
roasting, temperatures which are too high can
contribute to the formation of splashes.
Try to cook at lower temperatures (do not, of course,
forget to adapt cooking times). You will save energy
and roasted meat will be much more tender.
Use only a small quantity of fat or oil, or even no fat at
all when roasting meat. The addition of fat when
grilling or roasting contributes to the formation of
splashes of fat.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INSTALLER
The following instructions are meant for a qualified
installer, in order that the operations of installation,
regulation, and service are executed according to the
existing regulations.
Whenever changes are mode involving the
disconnection of the machine it is necessary to
proceed with maximum caution.
THE MANUFACTURING COMPANY DECLINES ANY
RESPONSABILITY FOR POSSIBLE DAMAGES
RESULTING FROM AN INSTALLATION WHICH
DOESN'T COMPLY WITH THE RULES IN FORCE
INSTALLATION ENVIRONMENT
Warning - This unit can be installed and can work only
in constantly ventilated rooms, according to rules in
force.
In order to make the gas unit work properly, it is
necessary that air sufficient to gas combustion can
naturally flow in the room. (The installer must follow the
rules in force).
The air flow into the room must come directly through
openings of external walls. These openings (or opening)
should be realized in such a way not to be occluded
both from inside and outside.
Installation and maintenance must be carried out by a
qualified technician, in compliance with rules in force,
particularly NBND 51003.
The electric coonection must be carried out in
compliance with rule NBN.
Our responsability will not be involved in case of
accidents caused by a defective or non existent
earth connection.
COMBUSTION PRODUCTS DISCHARGE
Gas cooking units must discharge combustion products
through hoods directly connected to flues or outside
(Fig. 24).
POSITIONING
This appliance belongs to the class "X".
It has been designed to be placed close to furniture
units not exceeding the height of the working level (EN
60 335-2-6)
LEVELLING
The appliance is provided with adjustable small feet
placed in the back and front corners od the base.
By adjusting the small feet (fig. 12) it is possible to
change the height of the appliance so as to ensure a
better levelling with other surfaces and a uniform
distribution of the liquids contained in pans or pots.
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Fig. 12
FO 0063
GAS CONNECTION
Gas connection must be carried out according to the
rules in force.
The manufacturing company release the unit, once
tested, adjusted for the kind of gas stated on the rating
plate located on the back of the range, next to
connection pipe. Be sure that you are going to connect
the unit to the same kind of gas written on the plate.
CONNECTION USING A RIGID PIPE OR A
FLEXIBLE METAL PIPE
To ensure higher safety, it is recommended to carry out
the connection to the gas system using rigid pipes (ex.
copper) or using flexible stainless steel pipes, to avoid
any stress to the unit.
Gas feeding pipe fitting is Gc 1/2.
For this type of installation, connection to the gas
supply should be carried out using only and exclusively
flexible metallic tubes in conformity with rules in force.
CONNECTION USING FLEXIBLE,
NON METAL PIPES
When the connection can be easily inspected in its full
extent, there is the chance to use a flexible pipe
according to the rules in force.
The flexible pipe must be tightly fixed using clamps
according to the rules in force.
The flexible pipe should be made ready for use in such
a way that:
- nowhere it can reach overtemperature, other than
room temperature, higher than 30°C; if the flexible
pipe, to reach the cock, must run behind the range,
it must be installed as shown in Fig. 13;
- it is no longer than 1500 mm;
- it shows no throttles;
- it is not subject to traction or torsion;
- it doesn't get in touch with cutting edges or corners;
- it can be easily inspected in order to check its
condition.
YES
FLEXIBLE
RUBBER
GAS PIPELINE
ELECTRIC
WIRE
NO
The control of preservation of the flexible pipe consists
in checking that:
- it doesn't show cracks, cuts, marks of burnings both
on the end parts and on its full extent;
- the material is not hardened, but shows its normal
elasticity;
- the fastening clamps are not rusted;
- expiry term is not due.
FLEXIBLE
RUBBER
GAS PIPELINE
ELECTRIC
WIRE
If one or more abnormalities are seen, do not repair the
pipe, but replace it.
IMPORTANT
Once installation is complete, check the perfect seal of
every pipe fitting, using a soapy solution, never a flame.
FO 0163
Fig. 13
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ADAPTATION TO DIFFERENT
KINDS OF GAS
To adapt the appliance to a different kind of gas from
the one the appliance has been set for, follow the
instructions below in their order.
GAS CONNECTION (Fig. 15)
LPG : use the rubber pipe holder «C».
Natural gas : use the pipe fitting «A».
Always insert the gasket «B» (Fig. 15). Then proceed
with the gas connection, as indicated in the relevant
paragraphs.
Fig. 14
FO 2127
HOB BURNERS
NOZZLES REPLACEMENT
- Remove the pan supports.
- Extract the caps and the wall baffles of the burners.
- Using a socket spanner 7 unscrew and remove (fig.
16) the nozzles replacing them with the ones required
for the kind of gas in use (see table).
Reassemble the parts following the same procedure
backwards.
These burners do not need any primary air regulation.
HOB BURNERS
ADJUSTMENT OF MINIMUM LEVEL
Fig. 15
FO 0392
To adjust the minimum level:
1)
turn the knob to the position of minimum flame;
2)
remove the knob (Fig. 17);
3a) in case of conversion from natural gas to LPG,
tightly screw the by-pass screw of the cocks;
3b) when converting from LPG to natural gas unscrew
about one-fourth turn by-pass screw, until a
regular small flame is reached.
Reassemble the parts following the same procedure
backards.
Check that, turning quickly the knob from the maximum
position to the minimum one, the flame does not go out.
Normal power
Fig. 16
Reduced power
NATURAL GAS
Mark
BURNER
70
m3/h
1/100
kW
LPG
Mark
G20 G25
20
25
mbar mbar
kW
g/h
1/100
G 30
G 31
Auxiliary
1
0,33
70
0,095 0,111
50
72,5
71,5
Semi-rapid
2
0,45
96
0,190 0,221
71
145
143
Rapid
Natural gas:
3
LPG : 2,8
0,65
119
0,286 0,332
86
203
200
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The unit is preset to work with a voltage of single phase
230 V.
Before making the connection make sure that:
— the energy power available in the user's house is
sufficient for the normal supply of this appliance
(see rating plate).
— the unit is correctly connected to earth through a
suitable plug and according to the installation
country Laws.
— the socket or the omnipolar switch used for the
connection must be easilv reached with the installed
appliance.
The appliance is supplied without electric cord:
consequently, you have to install a plug fit for the load
shown in the serial number plate. The plug has to be
connected to an adequate socket.
If you wish to directly connect to the mains, you have
to interpose an omnipolar switch with a minimum
opening between contacts of 3 mm, between the unit
and the mains, complying with the existing regulations.
The brown live wire (originating from the clamp of the
cooker junction box) must always be connected to the
phase of the mains supply. In any case, the supply cord
must be positioned in such a way as it doesn't reach in
any point a temperature higher by 50°C than the room
temperature.
Should the supply cord need to be replaced, use only
type H05RR-F cables. It is necessary that the yellow/
green earth wire is about 2cm longer than the live and
neutral ones (Fig. 17).
After the connection, test the heating elements for
about 3 minutes to ensure that they are working
correctly.
Phase
Neutral
wire
Ground (yellow - green)
FO 0480
Fig. 17
The manufacturer refuses any responsability in
cases where normal safety measures are not
observed.
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WHAT TO DO IF THE APPLIANCE DOESN'T WORK
If the appliance doesn't work properly check the
following points before asking for service:
The flow of gas seems abnormal
Make sure that:
— the flame speader holes are not obstructed;
— the pressure regulator is working;
— the bottle valve is completely open.
Gas smell in the room
Make sure that:
— the gas valve is not open;
— the gas supply tube is well positioned and in good
condition; remember to replace it at least once a
year.
Never look for an escape of gas with
a match; use instead soapy water.
The oven doesn't heat
— Make sure that the oven knobs are in the correct
worrking positions.
Cooking time is too long
— Check that the temperature is correct for the type
of food to be cooked.
The cooker produces smoke
— We advise you to clean the oven after use.
Splashes of fat can occur during the cooking of
meat and, if the oven isn't cleaned properly, these
produce smoke and bad smell. (see paragraph
concerning cleaning).
The oven lamp doesn't work
— The lamp has burnt out. To replace it follow the
instructions given in the relative paragraph.
If, after following all the above checks the appliance still
doesn't work, call your nearest Service Centre givin
them all the necessary information, such as model and
serial number of the appliance.
MAINTENANCE - TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
The gas cocks must be periodically lubricated to
ensure good working and safety.
Maintenance should be performed as follows:
• Remove the knob and panel after having taken out
fastening screws.
• Loosen the two screws located at the sides of the
cock bar.
• Remove the cone and clean it carefully.
• Then, apply a thin layer of grease non soluble in
water, suitable for gas cocks. Take care not to
obstruct the gas flow holes by an excess of grease.
Reassemble the whole with utmost care performing the
operations described above inversely.
ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS
This machine, before leaving the factory, has been
tested and studied by many experts and specialists, in
order to give you the best results.
Any repair work which needs to be carried out should
be done with the utmost care and attention.
For this reason we reccomend that for any problem you
contact the dealer who sold it to you, or our nearest
authorized Service Centre, specifying the nature of the
problem and the particular model which you own.
Original spare parts, certified by the manufacturer of
the product and marked with the following sign,
can only be found at our approved Technical
Assistance Centres and in authorised Spare Parts
Shops.
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