CONTINENTAL EDISON CECI3Z5060WP User manual


Add to My manuals
129 Pages

advertisement

CONTINENTAL EDISON CECI3Z5060WP User manual | Manualzz
CECI3Z5060WP
FR Cuisinière pose libre/Notice d’utilisation
ES Cocina independiente / Manual de usuario
PT Fogão Vertical / Manual de Utilizador
EN Free Standing Cooker / User Manual
IT
Icône
Type
AVERTISSEMENT
INCENDIE
MISE EN GARDE
IMPORTANT / REMARQUE
FR - 2
FR - 3
1. CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ
FR - 11
•
•
•
•
•
FR - 12
A (mm) Meuble
420
B (mm) Hotte
650/700
C (mm)
20
D (mm)
E (mm)
50
A
B C
C
D
•
•
E
•
•
•
•
•
•
FR - 13
N
L3
4
5
3
2
L2
N
PE
L1
1
4
5
3
2
PE
L
1
2.3. Kit antibasculement
1
2
Vis (x1)
B
A (mm)
B (mm)
297,5
52
247,5
52
90 x 60 x 85
430
107
60 x 60 x 90
309,5
112
309,5
64
50 x 60 x 90
247,5
112
50 x 60 x 85
247,5
64
50 x 50 x 90
247,5
112
50 x 50 x 85
247,5
64
60 x 60 x 85
FR - 14
4
5
6
8
6. Minuteur
7. Manette de fonction
8. Manette thermostat du four
FR - 15
7
Utilisation
0
1-3
4-5
6-7
8
9
P
Fonction Booster
•
•
•
•
6
7
2
3
4 5
8
9
FR - 16
1-2
6 heures
3-4
5 heures
5
4 heures
6-9
FR - 17
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
EA
EC
C1C8
FR - 18
FR - 19
0..........100
FR - 20
•
FR - 21
•
•
a
FR - 22
•
FR - 23
Solution
FR - 24
FR - 25
7. SPÉCIFICATIONS TECHNIQUES
7.1. Fiche énergie
CECI3Z5060WP
kg
38,0
103,9
93,4
A
kWh/cycle
0,79
kWh/cycle
0,71
1
Volume
l
FR - 26
50
7.2. Fiche énergie
CECI3Z5060WP
Nombre de zones de cuisson
3
cm
Wh/kg
Technologie de chauffage - zone de cuisson 2
Ø 16,0
182,0
Induction
cm
Ø 16,0
Wh/kg
182,0
Technologie de chauffage - zone de cuisson 3
Induction
cm
Ø 21,0
Wh/kg
182,0
Wh/kg
182,0
Taille - zone de cuisson 3
FR - 27
Icono
Tipo
ADVERTENCIA
RIESGO DE DESCARGA ELÉCTRICA
Riesgo de voltaje peligroso
INCENDIO
PRECAUCIÓN
IMPORTANTE / NOTA
ES - 1
ES - 2
1. INSTRUCCIONES DE SEGURIDAD
•
•
•
•
•
ES - 10
420
650/700
C (mm)
20
D (mm)
E (mm)
50
A
C
B C
E
D
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
N
L3
ES - 11
5
4
3
L2
2
N
PE
L1
1
4
5
3
2
PE
L
1
2.3. Kit antivuelco
1
Pared
B
A (mm)
B (mm)
60x60x90 (horno doble)
297,5
52
50x60x90 (horno doble)
247,5
52
90x60x85
430
107
60x60x90
309,5
112
60x60x85
309,5
64
50x60x90
247,5
112
50x60x85
247,5
64
50x50x90
247,5
112
50x50x85
247,5
64
ES - 12
4
5
6
8
ES - 13
7
Usar para
0
1-3
4-5
6-7
8
9
Temperatura máxima
P
•
•
•
•
6
7
2
3
4 5
8
9
ES - 14
1-2
6 horas
3-4
5 horas
5
4 horas
6-9
1,5 horas
ES - 15
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
EA
EC
C1C8
ES - 16
ES - 17
0..........100
5. LIMPIEZA Y MANTENIMIENTO
ES - 18
•
ES - 19
•
•
•
•
a
ES - 20
•
ES - 21
Posible causa
ES - 22
ES - 23
CECI3Z5060WP
Masa
Kg
38,0
103,9
93,4
A
kWh/ciclo
0,79
kWh/ciclo
0,71
1
Volumen
L
ES - 24
50
CECI3Z5060WP
Eléctrico
3
cm
Wh/kg
cm
Ø16,0
Wh/kg
182,0
cm
Ø21,0
Wh/kg
182,0
Wh/kg
182,0
ES - 25
Ícone
Tipo
NOTA
INCÊNDIO
PRECAUÇÃO
IMPORTANTE / AVISO
PT - 1
PT - 2
1. INSTRUÇÕES DE SEGURANÇA
•
•
•
•
PT - 10
A (mm) Armário
420
B (mm) Exaustor
650 / 700
C (mm)
20
P (mm)
E (mm)
50
A
C
B C
•
•
•
•
•
E
D
•
•
•
•
•
•
N
L3
PT - 11
5
4
3
L2
2
N
PE
L1
1
4
5
3
2
PE
L
1
3
Bucha (x1)
Parede
B
A (mm)
B (mm)
60 x 60 x 90 (Forno Duplo)
297,5
52
50 x 60 x 90 (Forno Duplo)
247,5
52
90 x 60 x 85
430
107
60 x 60 x 90
309,5
112
60 x 60 x 85
309,5
64
50 x 60 x 90
247,5
112
50 x 60 x 85
247,5
64
50 x 50 x 90
247,5
112
50 x 50 x 85
247,5
64
PT - 12
4
5
6
8
PT - 13
7
Utilizar para
0
Desligar elemento
1-3
4-5
6-7
8
Ferver, saltear e dourar
9
P
•
•
•
•
6
7
2
3
4 5
8
9
PT - 14
1-2
6 Horas
3-4
5 Horas
5
4 Horas
6-9
1,5 Horas
PT - 15
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
EA
EC
C1C8
PT - 16
PT - 17
0..........100
PT - 18
•
PT - 19
•
•
PT - 20
a
•
PT - 21
Verifique o fusível caseiro para
o eletrodoméstico.
Verifique se existe um corte de energia
experimentando outros eletrodomésticos
eletrónicos.
PT - 22
PT - 23
CECI3Z5060WP
Massa
kg
38,0
103,9
93,4
Classe de energia
A
kilowatt-hora/
ciclo
0,79
kilowatt-hora/
ciclo
0,71
1
Volume
l
PT - 24
50
CECI3Z5060WP
Elétrica
3
cm
Ø16,0
Watt-hora/Kg
182,0
cm
Ø16,0
Watt-hora/Kg
182,0
Tecnologia de aquecimento-3
cm
Ø21,0
Watt-hora/Kg
182,0
Watt-hora/Kg
182,0
PT - 25
Icona
PERICOLO
RISCHIO DI FOLGORAZIONE
ELETTRICA
INCENDIO
ATTENZIONE
IMPORTANTE / NOTA
IT - 1
IT - 2
1. ISTRUZIONI DI SICUREZZA
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
IT - 11
•
•
•
•
•
IT - 12
A (mm) Mobile da cucina
420
650/700
C (mm)
20
D (mm)
E (mm)
50
A
C
B C
D
•
•
E
•
•
•
•
•
•
IT - 13
N
L3
5
4
3
L2
2
N
PE
L1
4
3
1
5
2
PE
L
A (mm)
B (mm)
297.5
52
247.5
52
90x60x85
430
107
60x60x90
309.5
112
60x60x85
309.5
64
50x60x90
247.5
112
50x60x85
247.5
64
50x50x90
247.5
112
50x50x85
247.5
64
1
2.3. Kit anti-ribaltamento
1
2
Vite (x1)
B
IT - 14
4
5
6
8
IT - 15
7
0
1-3
4-5
6-7
8
9
P
•
•
•
•
6
7
2
3
4 5
8
9
IT - 16
1-2
6 ore
3-4
5 ore
5
4 ore
6-9
1,5 ore
IT - 17
E1
E3
E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
EA
EC
C1C8
IT - 18
IT - 19
0..........100
IT - 20
•
IT - 21
•
a
IT - 22
•
IT - 23
IT - 24
IT - 25
CECI3Z5060WP
Massa
kg
38,0
103,9
93,4
Classe energetica
A
kWh/ciclo
0,79
kWh/ciclo
0,71
1
Volume
l
IT - 26
50
CECI3Z5060WP
3
cm
Ø16,0
Wh/kg
182,0
cm
Wh/kg
cm
Ø21,0
Consumo energetico-3
Wh/kg
182,0
Wh/kg
182,0
IT - 27
Thank you for choosing this product.
This User Manual contains important safety information and instructions on the operation
and maintenance of your appliance.
Please take the time to read this User Manual before using your appliance and keep this
book for future reference.
Icon
Type
Meaning
WARNING
Serious injury or death risk
RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK
Dangerous voltage risk
FIRE
Warning; Risk of fire / flammable materials
CAUTION
Injury or property damage risk
IMPORTANT / NOTE
Operating the system correctly
EN - 1
CONTENTS
1.SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS..................................................................................................3
1.1 General Safety Warnings................................................................................................3
1.2 Installation Warnings.......................................................................................................6
1.3 During Use .....................................................................................................................7
1.4 During Cleaning and Maintenance..................................................................................8
2.INSTALLATION AND PREPARATION FOR USE.............................................................10
2.1 Instructions for the Installer...........................................................................................10
2.2 Electrical Connection and Safety.................................................................................. 11
2.3 Anti-tilting kit..................................................................................................................12
2.4 Adjusting the feet...........................................................................................................12
3.PRODUCT FEATURES....................................................................................................13
4.USE OF PRODUCT.........................................................................................................14
4.1 Hob Controls.................................................................................................................14
4.2 Oven Controls...............................................................................................................16
4.3 Use of the Mechanical Timer.........................................................................................17
4.4 Accessories...................................................................................................................18
5.CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE...................................................................................18
5.1 Cleaning ...................................................................................................................18
5.2 Maintenance..................................................................................................................20
6.TROUBLESHOOTING&TRANSPORT.............................................................................21
6.1 Troubleshooting.............................................................................................................21
6.2 Transport ...................................................................................................................21
7.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................23
7.1 Energy Fiche.................................................................................................................23
7.2 Energy Fiche.................................................................................................................24
EN - 2
1. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Carefully read all instructions before using your
appliance and keep them in a convenient place for
reference when necessary.
• This manual has been prepared for more than one
model therefore your appliance may not have some
of the features described within. For this reason, it
is important to pay particular attention to any figures
whilst reading the operating manual.
1.1 General Safety Warnings
• This appliance can be used by children aged from
8 years and above and by persons with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack
of experience and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction concerning use of
the appliance in a safe way and understand the
hazards involved. Children should not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance should
not be made by children without supervision.
WARNING: The appliance and its accessible parts
become hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid
touching heating elements. Keep children less than 8
years of age away unless they are continually
supervised.
WARNING: Unattended cooking on a hob with
fat or oil can be dangerous and may result in fire.
NEVER try to extinguish such a fire with water, but
switch off the appliance and cover the flame with a lid
or a fire blanket.
CAUTION: The cooking process has to be
supervised. A short term cooking process has to be
supervised continuously
EN - 3
WARNING: Danger of fire: Do not store items
on the cooking surfaces.
WARNING: If the surface is cracked, switch off
the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
• For induction hobs, metallic objects such as knives,
forks, spoons and lids should not be placed on the
hob surface because they can get hot.
• For induction hobs, after use switch off the hob
element using the control knob. Do not rely on the
pan detector.
• For models which incorporate a hob lid, clean any
spillages off the lid before use and allow the cooker
to cool before closing the lid.
• Do not operate the appliance with an external timer
or separate remote-control system.
WARNING: To prevent
the appliance tipping, the
stabilising brackets must be
installed. (For detailed
information refer to the antitilting kit set guide.)
• During use the appliance will get hot. Care should
be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside
the oven.
• Handles may become hot after a short period during
use.
• Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or scourers to
clean oven surfaces. They can scratch the surfaces
which may result in shattering of the door glass or
damage to surfaces.
• Do not use steam cleaners to clean the appliance.
WARNING: To avoid the possibility of electric
shock, make sure that the appliance is switched off
EN - 4
before replacing the lamp.
CAUTION: Accessible parts may be hot when
cooking or grilling. Keep young children away from the
appliance when it is in use.
• Your appliance is produced in accordance with all
applicable local and international standards and
regulations.
• Maintenance and repair work should only be carried
out by authorised service technicians. Installation
and repair work that is carried out by unauthorised
technicians may be dangerous. Do not alter or
modify the specifications of the appliance in any
way. Inappropriate hob guards can cause accidents.
• Before connecting your appliance, make sure
that the local distribution conditions (nature of the
gas and gas pressure or electricity voltage and
frequency) and the specifications of the appliance
are compatible. The specifications for this appliance
are stated on the label.
CAUTION: This appliance is designed only for
cooking food and is intended for indoor domestic
household use only. It should not be used for any
other purpose or in any other application, such as for
non-domestic use, in a commercial environment or for
heating a room.
• Do not use the oven door handles to lift or move the
appliance.
• All possible measures have been taken to ensure
your safety. Since the glass may break, care should
be taken when cleaning. Avoid hitting or knocking
the glass with accessories.
• Make sure that the supply cord is not trapped or
damaged during installation. If the supply cord is
damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer,
EN - 5
its service agent or similarly qualified persons in
order to prevent a danger.
• Do not let children climb on the oven door or sit on it
while it is open.
• Please keep children and animals away from this
appliance.
• When the induction hob is in use, keep the objects
that are sensitive to magnetic fields (such as credit
cards, bank cards, watches, and similar items) away
from the hob. It is strongly suggested that anyone
with a pacemaker should consult their cardiologist
before using the induction hob.
1.2 Installation Warnings
• Do not operate the appliance before it is fully
installed.
• The appliance must be installed by an authorised
technician. The manufacturer is not responsible
for any damage that might be caused by incorrect
placement and installation by unauthorised people.
• When the appliance is unpacked, make sure that
it is has not been damaged during transportation.
In the case of a defect do not use the appliance
and contact a qualified service agent immediately.
The materials used for packaging (nylon, staplers,
styrofoam, etc) may be harmful to children and they
should be collected and removed immediately.
• Protect your appliance from the atmosphere. Do
not expose it to sun, rain, snow, dust or excessive
humidity.
• Materials around the appliance (i.e. cabinets) must
be able to withstand a minimum temperature of
100°C.
• The appliance must not be installed behind a
EN - 6
decorative door, in order to avoid overheating.
1.3 During Use
• When you first use your oven you may notice a
slight smell. This is perfectly normal and is caused
by the insulation materials on the heater elements.
We suggest that, before using your oven for the first
time, you leave it empty and operate it at maximum
temperature for 45 minutes. Make sure that the
environment in which the product is installed is well
ventilated.
• Take care when opening the oven door during or
after cooking. The hot steam from the oven may
cause burns.
• Do not put flammable or combustible materials in or
near the appliance when it is operating.
• Always use oven gloves to remove and replace food
in the oven.
Do not leave the cooker unattended when
cooking with solid or liquid oils. They may catch fire
under extreme heating conditions. Never pour water
on to flames that are caused by oil, instead switch the
cooker off and cover the pan with its lid or a fire
blanket.
• Always position pans over the centre of the cooking
zone, and turn the handles to a safe position so they
cannot be knocked.
• If the product will not be used for a long period of
time, turn the main control switch off. Turn the gas
valve off when gas appliances are not in use.
• Make sure the appliance control knobs are always in
the “0” (stop) position when it is not used.
• The trays incline when pulled out. Take care not to
spill or drop hot food while removing them from the
EN - 7
oven.
• Do not place anything on the oven door when it is
open. This could disrupt the balance of the oven or
damage the door.
• Do not place heavy or flammable items (e.g. nylon,
plastic bags, paper, cloth, etc.) into the drawer. This
includes cookware with plastic accessories (e.g.
handles).
CAUTION: The inside surface of the storage
compartment may get hot when the appliance is in
use. Avoid touching the inside surface.
• Do not hang towels, dishcloths or clothes from the
appliance or its handles.
1.4 During Cleaning and Maintenance
• Make sure that your appliance is turned off at
the mains before carrying out any cleaning or
maintenance operations.
• Do not remove the control knobs to clean the control
panel.
• To maintain the efficiency and safety of your
appliance, we recommend you always use original
spare parts and to call our authorised service agents
when needed.
CE Declaration of conformity
We declare that our products meet the
applicable European Directives, Decisions
and Regulations and the requirements listed
in the standards referenced.
This appliance has been designed to be used only
for home cooking. Any other use (such as heating a
room) is improper and dangerous.
The operating instructions apply to several models.
EN - 8
You may notice differences between these instructions
and your model.
Disposal of your old machine
This symbol on the product or on its packaging
indicates that this product should not be
treated as household waste. Instead it should
be handed over to the applicable collection
point for the recycling of electrical and
electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is
disposed of correctly, you will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and
human health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product. For more
detailed information about recycling of this product,
please contact your local city office, your household
waste disposal service or the retailer who you
purchased this product from.
EN - 9
2. INSTALLATION AND
PREPARATION FOR USE
WARNING : This appliance must be
installed by an authorised service
person or qualified technician,
according to the instructions in this guide
and in compliance with the current local
regulations.
• Incorrect installation may cause harm
and damage, for which the manufacturer
accepts no responsibility and the
warranty will not be valid.
•
•
•
If the kitchen furniture is higher than the
cooktop, the kitchen furniture must be
at least 10 cm away from the sides of
appliance for air circulation.
•
There should be a minimum 2cm blank
space around the appliance for air
circulation.
•
If a cooker hood or cupboard is to be
installed above the appliance, the safety
distance between cooktop and any
cupboard/cooker hood should be as
shown below.
Prior to installation, ensure that the local
distribution conditions (electricity voltage
and frequency and/or nature of the gas
and gas pressure) and the adjustments
of the appliance are compatible. The
adjustment conditions for this appliance
are stated on the label.
The laws, ordinances, directives and
standards in force in the country of use
are to be followed (safety regulations,
proper recycling in accordance with the
regulations, etc.).
2.1 Instructions for the Installer
General instructions
• After removing the packaging material
from the appliance and its accessories,
ensure that the appliance is not
damaged. If you suspect any damage,
do not use it and contact an authorised
service person or qualified technician
immediately.
•
Make sure that there are no flammable
or combustible materials in the close
vicinity, such as curtains, oil, cloth etc.
which may catch fire.
•
The worktop and furniture surrounding
the appliance must be made of
materials resistant to temperatures
above 100°C.
•
The appliance should not be installed
directly above a dishwasher, fridge,
freezer, washing machine or clothes
dryer.
•
The appliance can be placed close to
other furniture on condition that, in the
area where the appliance is set up, the
furniture’s height does not exceed the
height of the cooktop.
Installation of the Cooker
EN - 10
A (mm) Cupboard
420
B (mm) Cooker Hood
650/700
C (mm)
20
D (mm)
Product Width
E (mm)
50
A
B C
C
2.2 Electrical Connection and Safety
WARNING: The electrical connection
of this appliance should be carried out
by an authorised service person or
qualified electrician, according to the
instructions in this guide and in compliance
with the current local regulations.
WARNING: THE APPLIANCE MUST
BE EARTHED.
• Before connecting the appliance to the
power supply, the voltage rating of the
appliance (stamped on the appliance
identification plate) must be checked for
correspondence to the available mains
supply voltage, and the mains electric
wiring should be capable of handling the
appliance’s power rating (also indicated
on the identification plate).
•
E
D
During installation, please ensure
that isolated cables are used. An
incorrect connection could damage
your appliance. If the mains cable is
damaged and needs to be replaced
this should be done by a qualified
personnel.
•
Do not use adaptors, multiple sockets
and/or extension leads.
•
The supply cord should be kept away
from hot parts of the appliance and must
not be bent or compressed. Otherwise
the cord may be damaged, causing a
short circuit.
•
If the appliance is not connected
to the mains with a plug, a all-pole
disconnector (with at least 3 mm contact
spacing) must be used in order to meet
the safety regulations.
•
The appliance is designed for a power
supply of 220-240 V~. If your supply is
different, contact the authorized service
personnel or qualified electrician.
•
The power cable (H05VV-F) must be
long enough to be connected to the
appliance.
•
The fused switch must be easily
accessible once the appliance has been
installed.
•
Ensure all connections are adequately
tightened.
•
Fix the supply cable in the cable clamp
and then close the cover.
•
The terminal box connection is placed
on the terminal box.
N
L3
EN - 11
5
4
3
L2
2
PE
L1
1
N
4
5
3
2
PE
L
1
2.3 Anti-tilting kit
1
2
Screw (x1)
Anti-tilting
Bracket
(x1) (will be
attached to the
wall)
3
turn the feet anti-clockwise. To decrease
the height of the appliance, turn the feet
clockwise.
It is possible to raise the height of the
appliance up to 30 mm by adjusting the
feet. The appliance is heavy and we
recommend that a minimum of 2 people lift
it. Never drag the appliance.
wall
plug (x1)
The document bag contains an
anti-tilting kit. Loosely attach the antitilting bracket (1) to the wall using the
screw (2) and wall plug (3), following the
measurements shown in the figure and
table below. Adjust the height of the antitilting bracket so that it lines up with the slot
on the cooker and tighten the screw. Push
the appliance towards the wall making sure
that the anti-tilting bracket is inserted into
the slot on the rear of the appliance.
A
Wall Antitilting
bracket
B
Product Dimensions
(Width X Depth X Height) (Cm)
A (mm)
B (mm)
297.5
52
247.5
52
90x60x85
430
107
60x60x90
309.5
112
60x60x85
309.5
64
50x60x90
247.5
112
50x60x85
247.5
64
50x50x90
247.5
112
50x50x85
247.5
64
2.4 Adjusting the feet
Your product stands on four adjustable
feet. For safe operation, it is important that
your appliance is correctly balanced. Make
sure the appliance is level prior to cooking.
To increase the height of the appliance,
EN - 12
3. PRODUCT FEATURES
Important: Specifications for the product vary and the appearance of your appliance
may differ from that shown in the figures below.
List of Components
1
2
3
1. Cooktop
2. Control Panel
3. Oven Door Handle
4. Oven Door
5. Adjustable Feet
4
5
6
8
EN - 13
7
4. USE OF PRODUCT
4.1 Hob Controls
Induction Zone
The information given in the following table
is for guidance only.
Settings
Use for
0
1-3
Delicate warming
4-5
Gentle simmering, slow warming
6-7
Reheating and rapid simmering
8
Boiling, saute and searing
9
Maximum heat
P
Boost function
Circular Saucepan
Base
Small Saucepan
Diameter
Cookware
• Use thick, flat, smooth bottomed
good quality cookware made of steel,
enamelled steel, cast iron or stainless
steel. The quality and composition of the
cookware has a direct affect on cooking
performance.
•
Cookware with enamelled steel,
aluminium or copper bottoms can cause
a metallic residue to remain on the hob.
If left, this becomes difficult to remove.
Clean the hob after every use.
•
Cookware is suitable for induction
cooking if a magnet sticks to the bottom
of it.
•
Cookware must be placed centrally on
the cooktop. If it is not placed correctly,
is displayed.
•
When using certain pans, you may hear
various noises coming from them, this is
due to the design of the pans and does
not effect the performance or safety of
the hob.
•
The minimum cookware diameter that
the elements can detect is Q110mm for
160mm - 210mm hobs and Q160mm
for a 290mm hob. Cooking performance
is improved with a larger cooking area.
Saucepan base that
has not settled
The appliance is operated by pressing
buttons and the functions are confirmed by
displays and audible sounds.
Touch Control Unit
1
6
7
2
3
4 5
8
9
1- Increase heat setting/timer (optional)
2- Heater display
3- Heater selection
4- Key lock
5- Key lock indicator
6- Smart pause
7- Decrease heat setting
8- Boost
9- On/Off
Use the induction cooking zones with
suitable cookware.
After mains voltage is applied, all displays
are illuminated briefly. After this, the hob is
in stand-by mode and ready for operation.
The hob is controlled by the pressing the
appropriate electronic button. Each button
press is followed by a buzzer sound.
Switching the Appliance On
Switch the hob on by pressing the ON/
. All heater displays show
OFF button
a static “0” and the bottom right dots blink.
EN - 14
(If a cooking-zone is not selected within 20
seconds, the hob will automatically switch
off).
Switching the Appliance Off
Switch the hob off at any time by pressing
.
The ON/OFF button
always has priority
over the switch-off function.
Switching the Cooking Zones On
Press the heater selection button that
corresponds to the heater you wish to use.
A static dot will be shown on the selected
heater display and the blinking dots on
all other heater displays will no longer
illuminate.
Select the temperature setting by using the
or decrease
increase heat setting button
heat setting button
. The element is now
ready to use. For faster boil times, select
the desired cooking level, then touch the 'P'
button to activate the Boost function.
Switching the Cooking Zones Off
Select the element you want to switch off by
pressing the heater selection button. Using
button, turn the temperature down
the
to “0”. (Pressing the
and
buttons
simultaneously also turns the temperature
to “0”).
If the cooking zone is hot, “H” will be
displayed instead of “0”.
Switching all Cooking Zones Off
To switch all the cooking zones off at once,
button.
press the
In the stand-by mode, a “H” will appear on
all cooking zones which are hot.
Residual Heat Indicator
The residual heat indicator indicates that
the glass ceramic area has a temperature
that is dangerous to touch.
After switching off the cooking zone, the
respective display will show “H” until the
corresponding cooking zone temperature is
at a safe level.
Smart Pause
Smart Pause, when activated, reduces
the power of all burners that have been
switched on.
If you then deactivate the Smart Pause,
the heaters will automatically return to the
previous temperature level.
If the Smart Pause is not de-activated, the
cooktop will switch off after 30 minutes.
to activate Smart Pause. The
Press
power for the activated heater(s) will reduce
to level 1 and “II” will appear at all displays.
again to deactivate Smart
Press
Pause. “II” will disappear and the heaters
will now run at the level previously set.
Safety Switch-Off Function
A cooking zone will automatically switch off
if the heat setting has not been modified
for a specified duration of time. A change
in the heat setting of the cooking zone will
reset the time duration to the initial value.
This initial value depends on the selected
temperature level, as shown below.
Heat setting
Safety switch off after
1-2
6 Hours
3-4
5 Hours
5
4 Hours
6-9
1.5 Hours
Child Lock
After switching on the appliance, the child
lock function can be activated. To activate
the child lock, simultaneously press the
and
increase heat setting button
decrease heat setting button
and then
press the increase heat setting key
again. “L” indicating LOCKED will appear
on all heater displays and the controls
can not be used. (If a cooking zone is in
the hot condition, “L” and “H” will display
alternately).
The hob will remain in a locked condition
until it is unlocked, even if the appliance
has been switched off and on.
To deactivate the child lock, first switch on
the hob. Simultaneously press the increase
and decrease
heat setting button
heat setting button
and then press the
decrease heat setting button
again. “L”
will no longer be displayed and the hob will
switch off.
Key Lock
The key lock function is used to set
‘safe mode’ on the appliance during
operation. It will not be possible to make
any adjustments by pressing the buttons
(for example heat settings). It will only be
possible to switch the appliance off.
The lock function is active if the key lock
is pressed for at least 2 seconds.
button
This operation is acknowledged by a
buzzer. After successful operation, the key
lock indicator will flash and the heater will
be locked.
EN - 15
Buzzer
While the hob is in operation, the following
activities will be signalled by the buzzer.
• Normal button activation will be
accompanied with a short sound signal.
•
Continuous button operation over a
longer period of time (10 seconds)
will be accompanied with a longer,
intermittent sound signal.
Boost Function
To use this function, select a cooking zone
and set the desired cooking level, then
press the “P” (Boost) button.
The Boost function can only be activated
if it is applicable with the cooking zone
selected. If the Boost Function is active,
a “P” will be shown on the corresponding
display.
Activating the booster can exceed the
maximum power, in which case the
integrated power management will be
activated.
The necessary power reduction is shown
by the corresponding cooking zone display
blinking. Blinking will be active for 3
seconds to allow for further adaptations of
the settings before power reduction.
Error Codes
If there is an error, an error code will be shown on the
heater displays.
E1
Cooling Fan is disabled. Call an authorised
service agent.
E3
Supply voltage is other than the rated values.
Switch the hob off by pressing ,wait until
“H” disappears for all zones, switch the hob
on by pressing
and continue to use. If
the same error is displayed again, call an
authorised service agent.
E4
Supply frequency is different from the rated
values. Switch the hob off by pressing
, wait until “H” disappears from all
zones, switch the hob on by pressing
and continue to use. If the same error is
displayed again, switch the plug for the
appliance off and on. Switch the hob on by
pressing
and continue to use. If the same
error is displayed again, call an authorised
service agent.
E5
Internal temperature of the hob is too high,
and let the
switch the hob off by pressing
heaters cool down.
E6
Communication error between the touch
control and heater. Call an authorised service
agent.
E7
Coil temperature sensor is disabled. Call an
authorized service agent.
E8
Cooler temperature sensor is disabled. Call
an authorized service agent.
EA
Large Coil Saturation Error. Switch the hob
off by pressing on/off button, switch the hob
on by pressing on/off button and continue to
use. If the same error is displayed again, call
an authorised service agent.
EC
Supply Voltage Error.Switch the hob off by
pressing on/off button, switch the hob on by
pressing on/off button and continue to use.
If the same error is displayed again, call an
authorised service agent.
C1-C8
Mcroprocessor alert. Switch the hob off by
pressing on/off button, switch the hob on by
pressing on/off button and continue to use.
If the same error is displayed again, call an
authorised service agent.
4.2 Oven Controls
Oven function control knob
Turn the knob to the corresponding symbol
of the desired cooking function. For the
details of different functions see ´Oven
Functions`.
Oven thermostat knob
After selecting a cooking function, turn
this knob to set the desired temperature.
The oven thermostat light will illuminate
whenever the thermostat is in operation
to heat up the oven or maintain the
temperature.Oven Functions
Oven Lamp: Only the
oven light will switch
on. It will remain on for
the duration of the
cooking function.
Defrost Function: The
oven’s warning lights
will switch on and the
fan will start to operate.
To use the defrost
function, place your
frozen food in the oven
on a shelf in the third slot from the bottom.
It is recommended that you place an oven
tray under the defrosting food to catch the
water accumulated due to melting ice. This
function will not cook or bake your food, it
will only help to defrost it.
Static Cooking
Function: The oven’s
thermostat and
warning lights will
switch on, and the
lower and upper
heating elements will
EN - 16
start operating. The static cooking function
emits heat, ensuring even cooking of food.
This is ideal for making pastries, cakes,
baked pasta, lasagne and pizza. Preheating
the oven for 10 minutes is recommended
and it is best to use only one shelf at a time
in this function.
Fan Function: The
oven’s thermostat and
warning lights will
switch on, and the
upper and lower
heating elements and
fan will start operating.
This function is good for baking pastry.
Cooking is carried out by the lower and
upper heating elements within the oven and
by the fan, which provides air circulation,
giving a slightly grilled effect to the food. It
is recommended that you preheat the oven
for about 10 minutes.
Lower Heating and
Fan Function: The
oven’s thermostat and
warning lights will
switch on, and the
lower heating element
and fan will start
operating. The fan and lower heating
function is ideal for baking food, such as
pizza, evenly in a short period of time. The
fan evenly disperses the heat of the oven,
while the lower heating element bakes the
food. It is recommended that you preheat
the oven for about 10 minutes.
Grilling Function: The
oven’s thermostat and
warning lights will
switch on, and the grill
heating element will
start operating. This
function is used for
grilling and toasting foods on the upper
shelves of the oven. Lightly brush the wire
grid with oil to stop food sticking and place
food in the centre of the grid. Always place
a tray beneath the food to catch any drips
of oil or fat. It is recommended that you
preheat the oven for about 10 minutes.
Warning: When grilling, the oven door
must be closed and the oven
temperature should be adjusted to
190°C.
Faster Grilling
Function: The oven’s
thermostat and
warning lights will
switch on, and the grill
and upper heating
elements will start
operating. This function is used for faster
grilling and for grilling food with a larger
surface area, such as meat. Use the upper
shelves of the oven. Lightly brush the wire
grid with oil to stop food sticking and place
food in the centre of the grid. Always place
a tray beneath the food to catch any drips
of oil or fat. It is recommended that you
preheat the oven for about 10 minutes.
Warning: When grilling, the oven door
must be closed and the oven
temperature should be adjusted to
190°C.
Double Grill and Fan
Function: The oven’s
thermostat and
warning lights will
switch on, and the grill,
upper heating
elements and fan will
start operating. This function is used for
faster grilling of thicker food and for grilling
of food with a larger surface area. Both the
upper heating elements and grill will be
energised along with the fan to ensure even
cooking. Use the upper shelves of the oven.
Lightly brush the wire grid with oil to stop
food sticking and place food in the centre of
the grid. Always place a tray beneath the
food to catch any drips of oil or fat. It is
recommended that you preheat the oven for
about 10 minutes.
Warning: When grilling, the oven door
must be closed and the oven
temperature should be adjusted to
190°C.
4.3 Use of the Mechanical Timer
Function Description
M
Manual operation
0..........100
Operating by adjusting the
timer
Manual operation
When you set the timer button to the “M”
position, you will be able to continuously run
your oven. When you set the timer button to
the “0” position, the oven will not operate.
EN - 17
Operating by adjusting the timer
Set the desired cooking time by turning the
timer knob to between 0 and 100 minutes.
When the timer reaches zero, the oven
will automatically switch off and an audible
warning will sound.
4.4 Accessories
The Shallow Tray
The shallow tray is best used for baking
pastries.
Put the tray into any rack and push it to the
end to make sure it is correctly placed.
5. CLEANING AND
MAINTENANCE
5.1 Cleaning
WARNING: Switch off the appliance
and allow it to cool before cleaning is
to be carried out.
General Instructions
• Check whether the cleaning materials
are appropriate and recommended by
the manufacturer before use on your
appliance.
•
Use cream cleaners or liquid cleaners
which do not contain particles. Do not
use caustic (corrosive) creams, abrasive
cleaning powders, rough wire wool or
hard tools as they may damage the
cooker surfaces.
Do not use cleaners that contain
particles, as they may scratch the
glass, enamelled and/or painted parts
of your appliance.
The Wire Grid
The wire grid is best used for grilling or for
processing food in oven-friendly containers.
•
Should any liquids overflow, clean them
immediately to avoid parts becoming
damaged.
Do not use steam cleaners for
cleaning any part of the appliance.
Cleaning the Inside of the Oven
• The inside of enamelled ovens are best
cleaned while the oven is warm.
WARNING
Place the grid to any corresponding
rack in the oven cavity correctly and push it
to the end.
•
Wipe the oven with a soft cloth soaked
in soapy water after each use. Then,
wipe the oven over again with a wet
cloth and dry it.
•
You may need to use a liquid cleaning
material occasionally to completely
clean the oven.
Catalytic Cleaning
Catalytic liners are installed within the oven
cavity. These are the matte-finished, lightcoloured panels on the sides and/or the
matte-finished panel at the rear of the oven.
EN - 18
They work by collecting any grease and oil
residue during cooking. Catalytic liners are
designed to have a working life of about
300 hours.
The liner self-cleans by absorbing fats and
oils and burning them to ash, which can
then be easily removed from the floor of
the oven with a damp cloth. The lining must
be porous to be effective. The liner may
discolour with age.
If a large amount of fat is spilled onto
the liner, it may reduce its efficiency. To
overcome this problem, set the oven to
maximum temperature for about 20 - 30
minutes. After the oven has cooled, wipe
out the floor of the oven.
Manual cleaning of the catalytic liners is not
recommended. Damage will occur if a soapimpregnated steel wool pad or any other
abrasives are used. In addition, we do not
recommend the use of aerosol cleaners on
the liners. The walls of a catalytic liner may
become ineffective due to excess grease.
The excess grease can be removed with
a soft cloth or sponge soaked in hot water,
and the cleaning cycle can be carried out
as described above.
Removal of Catalytic Liner
To remove the catalytic liner, remove the
screws holding each catalytic panel to the
oven.
are used in the cookware’s base or
coatings, they can damage the glassceramic cooktop.If plastic, tin foil, sugar
or sugary foods have fallen on the hot
glass-ceramic cooktop, please scrape
it off the hot surface as quickly and as
safely as possible. If these substances
melt, they can damage the glassceramic cooktop. When you cook very
sugary items like jam, apply a layer of a
suitable protective agent beforehand if it
is possible.
•
Dust on the surface must be cleaned
with a wet cloth.
•
Any changes in colour to the ceramic
glass will not affect the structure or
durability of the ceramic and is not due
to a change in the material.
Colour changes to the ceramic glass may
be for a number of reasons:
1. Spilt food has not been cleaned off the
surface.
2. Using incorrect dishes on the hob will
erode the surface.
3. Using the wrong cleaning materials.
Cleaning the Glass Parts
• Clean the glass parts of your appliance
on a regular basis.
•
Use a glass cleaner to clean the inside
and outside of the glass parts. Then,
rinse and dry them thoroughly with a dry
cloth.
Cleaning the Enamelled Parts
• Clean the enamelled parts of your
appliance on a regular basis.
•
Cleaning the Ceramic Glass
Ceramic glass can hold heavy utensils but
may be broken if it is hit with a sharp object.
WARNING : Ceramic Cooktops - if the
surface is cracked, to avoid the
possibility of an electric shock, switch off
the appliance and call for service.
• Use a cream or liquid cleaner to clean
the vitroceramic glass. Then, rinse and
dry the glass thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Do not use cleaning materials meant
for steel as they may damage the
glass.
•
Wipe the enamelled parts with a soft
cloth soaked in soapy water. Then, wipe
them over again with a wet cloth and dry
them.
Do not clean the enamelled parts while
they are still hot from cooking.
Do not leave vinegar, coffee, milk, salt,
water, lemon or tomato juice on the
enamel for a long time.
Cleaning the Stainless Steel Parts (if
available)
• Clean the stainless steel parts of your
appliance on a regular basis.
•
If substances with a low melting point
EN - 19
Wipe the stainless steel parts with a soft
cloth soaked in only water. Then, dry
them thoroughly with a dry cloth.
Do not clean the stainless steel parts
while they are still hot from cooking.
Do not leave vinegar, coffee, milk, salt,
water, lemon or tomato juice on the
stainless steel for a long time.
Removal of the Oven Door
Before cleaning the oven door glass, you
must remove the oven door, as shown
below.
1. Open the oven door.
2. Open the locking catch (a) (with the aid
of a screwdriver) up to the end position.
5.2 Maintenance
WARNING: The maintenance of this
appliance should be carried out by an
authorised service person or qualified
technician only.
Changing the Oven Lamp
WARNING: Switch off the appliance
and allow it to cool before cleaning
your appliance.
• Remove the glass lens, then remove the
bulb.
•
Insert the new bulb (resistant to 300 °C)
to replace the bulb that you removed
(230 V, 15-25 Watt, Type E14).
•
Replace the glass lens, and your oven
is ready for use.
The lamp is designed specifically for
use in household cooking appliances.
It is not suitable for household room
illumination.
a
3. Close the door until it almost reaches the
fully closed position and remove the door
by pulling it towards you.
EN - 20
6. TROUBLESHOOTING&TRANSPORT
6.1 Troubleshooting
If you still have a problem with your appliance after checking these basic troubleshooting
steps, please contact an authorised service person or qualified technician.
Problem
Hob control display is blacked
out. The hob or cooking zones
cannot be switched on.
There is no power supply.
Check the household fuse for the
appliance.
Check whether there is a power cut by
trying other electronic appliances.
The hob switches off while it
is in use and an 'F' flashes on
each display.
The controls are damp or an object
is resting on them.
Dry the controls or remove the object.
The hob switches off while it
is in use.
One of the cooking zones has been
on for too long.
You can use the cooking zone again by
switching it back on.
The hob controls are not
working and the child lock LED
is on.
The child lock is on.
Switch off the child lock.
The saucepans make noise
during cooking or your hob
makes a clicking sound during
cooking.
This is normal with induction hob
cookware. This is caused by the
transfer of energy from the hob to
the cookware.
This operation is normal. There is no risk,
neither to your hob nor to your cookware.
The 'U' symbol illuminates
in the display of one of the
cooking zones.
There is no pan on the cooking
zone, or the pan is unsuitable.
Power level 9 or 'P' is
automatically reduced if you
select power level 'P' or 9 on
two cooking zones, which are
on the same side, at the same
time.
Maximum power level for the two
zones is reached.
Operating both zones at power level
'P' or 9 would exceed the permitted
maximum power level for the two zones.
Oven does not switch on.
Power is switched off.
Check whether there is power supplied.
Also check that other kitchen appliances
are working.
No heat or oven does not
warm up.
Oven temperature control is
incorrectly set.
Oven door has been left open.
Check the oven temperature control knob
is set correctly.
Cooking is uneven within the
oven.
Oven shelves are incorrectly
positioned.
Check that the recommended
temperatures and shelf positions are
being used.
Do not frequently open the door unless
you are cooking things that need to be
turned. If you open the door often, the
interior temperature will be lower and this
may affect the results of your cooking.
Oven light (if available) does
not operate.
Lamp has failed.
Electrical supply is disconnected or
switched off.
Replace lamp according to the
instructions.
Make sure the electrical supply is
switched on at the wall socket outlet.
The oven fan (if available) is
noisy.
Oven shelves are vibrating.
Check that the oven is level.
Check that the shelves and any bake
ware are not vibrating or in contact with
the oven back panel.
6.2 Transport
If you need to transport the product, use the original product packaging and carry it using
its original case. Follow the transport signs on the packaging. Tape all independent parts to
EN - 21
the product to prevent damaging the product during transport.
If you do not have the original packaging, prepare a carriage box so that the appliance,
especially the external surfaces of the product, is protected against external threats.
EN - 22
7. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
7.1 Energy Fiche
Brand
Model
CECI3Z5060WP
Type of Oven
Mass
kg
38,0
Energy Efficiency Index - conventional
103,9
Energy Efficiency Index - fan forced
93,4
Energy Class
A
Energy consumption (electricity) - conventional
kWh/cycle
0,79
Energy consumption (electricity) - fan forced
kWh/cycle
0,71
Number of cavities
1
Heat Source
Volume
l
This oven complies with EN 60350-1
Energy Saving Tips
Oven
- Cook the meals together, if possible.
- Keep the pre-heating time short.
- Do not elongate cooking time.
- Do not forget to turn-off the oven at the end of cooking.
- Do not open oven door during cooking period.
EN - 23
50
7.2 Energy Fiche
Brand
Model
CECI3Z5060WP
Type of Hob
Number of Cooking Zones
3
Size-1
Energy Consumption-1
cm
Ø16,0
Wh/kg
182,0
Heating Technology-2
Induction
Size-2
cm
Energy Consumption-2
Wh/kg
Heating Technology-3
Ø16,0
182,0
Induction
Size-3
cm
Ø21,0
Energy Consumption-3
Wh/kg
182,0
Energy Consumption of Hob
Wh/kg
182,0
Energy Saving Tips
Hob
- Use cookwares having flat base.
- Use cookwares with proper size .
- Use cookwares with lid.
- Minimize the amount of liquid or fat.
- When liquid starts boiling , reduce the setting.
EN - 24
w w w. c o n t i n e n t a l e d i s o n . f r
52289282

advertisement

Related manuals

advertisement

Table of contents

Languages

Only pages of the document in English were displayed