AEG-Electrolux 24968G-M User Manual

Size:
704.1 Kb
Download

USE, INSTALLATION AND

MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS

FOR BUILT-INHOT PLATES

Dear User,

We are sincerely grateful to you for purchasing one of our products. This appliance has been designed to meet all the modern requirements and is manufactured from the finest materials and components.

We would ask you to read the instructions within this booklet very carefully so as to enable you to obtain quality results from the outset.

The design of the figures contained in this handbook is purely indicative.

THE APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED ONLY BY AUTHORISED PERSONNEL IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED. THE MANUFACTUTER DECLINES ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR IMPROPER INSTALLATION WHICH MAY HARM PERSONS AND ANIMALS AND DAMAGE PROPERTY.

THE APPLIANCE MUST BE USED FOR THE PURPOSE FOR WHICH IT WAS EXPRESSLY DESIGNED. ANY OTHER USE (e.g. HEATING ROOMS) IS CONSIDERED TO BE IMPROPER AND CONSEQUENTLY DANGEROUS. THE MANUFACTURER DECLINES ALL RESPONSIBILITY FOR DAMAGE RESULTING FROM IMPROPER AND IRRESPONSIBLE USE.

The manufacturer is not responsible for any transcription errors or misprints contained in this handbook and, furthermore, reserves the right to make any modification on the products, which might be deemed necessary or useful, this being also in the user’s interest, without altering their basic operating or safety features.

COD. 115800AEG680 - 03.10.2003

DESCRIPTION OF THE HOT PLATES

24658 G-m

24968 G-m

1)

Large burner (Left front)

of

11.2

MJ

(3100 W)

2)

Medium burner (Right rear)

of

10.2

MJ

(2950 W)

3)

Small burner (Left rear)

of

4.9

MJ

(1450 W)

4)

Auxiliar burner (Right front)

of

4.0

MJ

(1050 W)

5)

Fish burner (Center)

of

9.2

MJ

(2600 W)

6)

Ultra rapid burner (Left front)

of

14.0

MJ

(4000 W)

14)Right trivet

15)Center trivet

16)Left trivet

17)Trivet for ultra rapid burner

18)Eletric ignition push-button

19)Burner control knob n° 4

20)Burner control knob n° 1

21)Burner control knob n° 6

22)Burner control knob n° 5

23)Burner control knob n° 3

24)Burner control knob n° 2

2

USE

1) BURNERS

Ensure that all gas supply connections are correct and that supply valves are open.

The burner controls are engraved graphically to indicate their associated burner and setting.

- MANUAL IGNITION (FIG. 1)

Select desired hotplate burner, depress control knob and gently turn anti-clockwiseto “Full on” position whilst applying a lighted match to the burner. After the flame has established, adjust burner to desired setting.

- ELECTRIC IGNITION (FIG. 1)

Select desired burner, depress control knob and gently turn anti-clockwiseto “Full on” position whilst depressing the electronic ignition switch (E) until flame has established.

After the flame has established, select the required setting.

-AUTOMATIC ELECTRICAL IGNITION (FIG. 1)

Select desired burner, turn the control knob anticlockwise to “Full on” position, then depress it. After the flame has established, adjust burner to desired setting.

-SWITCHING ON BURNERS EQUIPPED WITH

FLAME FAILURE DEVICE (FIG. 1)

The knobs of burners equipped with flame failure device must be turned in an anticlockwise direction until they reach the “Full on” position (large flame fig. 1) and come to a stop. Now depress the knob in question and repeat the previously indicated operations. Keep the knob depressed for about 10 seconds once the burner has ignited.

NOTE:

WHEN THE CONTROL OF THE DOUBLE RING BURNER IS SET TO MINIMUM THE OUTER FLAME ONLY REMAINS ALIGHT.

HOW TO USE THE BURNER HOTPLATES

In order to maximize the efficiency of the burners the following pan sizes are recommended:

BURNER

PAN DIAMETER

Wok burner

 

22 - 24

Large burner

 

20 - 22

Medium burner

 

20 - 22

Small burner

 

16 - 18

Auxiliary burner

 

10 - 14

Fish burne

(WIDTH)

12 - 20

 

(LENGTH)

30 - 40

Suggestions:

-When boiling point is reached, it is beneficial to turn the control knob to the “LOW” setting.

-When possible, use pans with correctly fitting lids.

-Always use pans of the correct diameter (Fig. 2).

 

 

 

FIG. 1

 

FIG. 2

 

 

 

3

USE

WARNING - SAFETY:

-BURNERS WITH FLAME FAILURE DEVICE MAY ONLY BE IGNITED WHEN THE RELATIVE KNOB HAS BEEN SET TO THE FULL ON POSITION (LARGE FLAME FIG.1).

-NEVER ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY NEAR THE APPLIANCE WHEN USING THE BURNERS. CHECK THAT THE PAN HANDLES ARE POSITIONED CORRECTLY.

-DO NOT SPRAY AEROSOLS IN THE VICINITY OF THE HOTPLATES WHILE THE APPLIANCE IS IN USE.

-FOR SAFETY ENSURE THAT NO FLAMMABLE OR THERMALLY DEFORMABLE OBJECTS ARE PLACED DIRECTLY BELOW THE HOB.

-WHERE THIS APPLIANCE IS INSTALLED IN A MARINE CRAFT OR A CARAVAN, IT SHALL NOT BE USED AS A SPACE HEATER.

-FOR MAXIMUM STABILITY ALWAYS USE A ROUND BOTTOM WOK.

-IF GAS BURNS WITH A YELLOW FLAME, DO NOT CONTINUE TO USE BURNER AND ARRANGE FOR SERVICE.

-OBSERVE SAFE CLEARANCES AROUND APPLIANCE.

-LOCATE PAN CENTRALLY OVER THE BURNER SO THAT IS STABLE AND DOES NOT OVERHANG THE APPLIANCE (FIG. 3).

-USE ONLY A WOK SUPPORT SUPPLIED OR RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER OF THE APPLIANCE (FIG. 4).

-THE APPLIANCE IS NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY YOUNG CHILDREN OR INFIRM PERSONS WITHOUT SUPERVISION.

-YOUNG CHILDREN SHOULD BE SUPERVISED TO ENSURE THAT THEY DO NOT PLAY WITH THE APPLIANCE.

-DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER FLAMMABLE VAPOURS, LIQUIDS OR ITEMS IN THE VICINITY OF THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.

In the event of bad working of the hob, (there are no mentions on the instruction book) the user must apply to the servicing “AEG” imparting both the “ENR” and “FNR” numbers stamped on the data label put on the bottom of the hob.

The above numbers give the technician the possibility to find the proper spare parts with a consequent timely assistance. For an easy finding, we suggest to write the above “ENR” and “FNR” numbers on the beneath blanks.

ENR: .......................................................................

FNR: .......................................................................

 

 

 

FIG. 3

 

FIG. 4

 

 

 

4

CLEANING

WARNING:

Do not wash any part while it is still hot.

2) HOTPLATE

Periodically, the enamelled trivets, burners and burner caps should be washed with warm soapy water (fig. 5).

Ensure they are completely dry and that all holes in the burners are clear of obstructions prior to reassembly.

SHOULD THE BURNER CONTROL KNOBS BECOME DIFFICULT TO OPERATE, THEN SEEK APPLIANCE SERVICE.

4) PARTS IN STAINLESS STEEL

Parts in stainless steel must be cleaned with warm soapy water and dried with a clean soft cloth. Frequent use of cleaning agents designed for stainless steel is recommended.

3) ENAMELLED PARTS

To maintain the characteristic brightness of the enamelled parts, it is necessary that they be cleaned frequently with warm soapy water. Do not clean them while they are hot and never use abrasive powders or cleaners.

Stains may be removed by wiping with a clean cloth and soapy water before stains become cold. Stubborn stains may be removed by soaking in hot soapy water.

Do not allow vinegar, coffee, milk, salty water, lemon or tomato juice to remain in contact with enamelled surfaces.

FIG. 5

5

INSTALLATION

TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR

INSTALLATION PERSONNEL

WARNING:

This appliance must be installed only by authorised personnel and in accordance with AS5601 (AG 601), the manufacturers installation instructions, relevant municipal building regulations, gas and electrical authority regulations.

The wall and bench surfaces must be capable of sustaining temperatures of 75 degrees Celsius. All laminates, fixing adhesive and surfacing materials should be certified suitable for this temperature.

Refer to figure 6 for required clearances around appliance.

NOTE 1 :

FIRE RESISTANT MATERIAL (eg CERAMIC TILES) IS REQUIRED TO 450 mm ABOVE BURNER TOP IF WALL OR VERTICAL STRUCTURES ARE WITHIN 200 mm FROM BURNER.

NOTE 2 :

RANGEHOOD AND EXHAUST SYSTEM ARE NOT PERMITTED WITHIN 600 mm ABOVE BURNER TOPS.

5) BENCHTOP CUTOUT

The cutout in the bench-topshould be made using the dimensions given in figure 7, 8 the template provided.

NEVER LEAVE THE PACKING COMPONENTS (PLASTIC BAGS, NAILS, FOAMED POLYSTYRENE, ETC...) WITHIN THE REACH OF

THE CHILDREN SINCE THEY ARE A SOURCE OF

POTENTIAL DANGER.

6) FIXING OF THE HOTPLATE

The hotplate is provided with a special seal to prevent liquid penetrating to the underside of the appliance.

For correct installation of this seal ensure the procedures detailed below are followed:

-Unpack the sealing strips ensuring that the transparent protection is not damaged and remains attached to the seal.

-Invert the appliance and fix the special clamps to the underside of the appliance with the screws “G” (see fig. 9).

-Carefully place the seal around the outer edge of the appliance. Care should be taken to align the outer edge of the seal with that of the appliance. Trim the seal to the correct length to ensure that no overlap of the seal occurs. Refer figure 10.

-Adhere the seal to the appliance by pressing firmly with fingers.

-Remove the protective strip from the seal.

-Place the appliance into the cutout in the benchtop and secure with the special screws and fixing clamps. Refer figure 11.

-It’s necessary to fix a wooden division locked by screws at a minimun distance of 50 mm from the bottom of the hob if no oven is installed under the hob, is advisable also, to provide for drawers under the same.

FIG. 6

FIG. 7

FIG. 8

FIG. 9

FIG. 10

FIG. 11

6

INSTALLATION

7) GAS CONNECTION

The gas connection is located at the rear and on the underside of the appliance 100 mm from the right hand side.

Natural Gas

Natural Gas installations require the connection of a gas regulator at the appliance.

Assemble the regulator (noting the gas flow direction) and transition pieces, in accordance with figure 12.

THE APPLIANCE HAS BEEN FITTED WITH INJECTORS DESIGNED FOR NATURAL GAS. LPG (liquified petroleum gas) INJECTORS HAS BEEN SUPPLIED.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas

In a LPG installation the gas regulation is made at the gas cylinder and regulation at the appliance is not required. To connect supply to the appliance use transition pieces as shown in figure 13.

These pieces are supplied with the appliance on purchase.

8) ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

The appliance is supplied with a 1800 mm long flexible supply lead.

The point of attachment for this lead is located at the rear and on the underside of the appliance 380 mm from the right hand side.

The voltage and power consumption are detailed on the underside of the appliance. Ensure that the appliance is correctly rated to the supply.

Connect appliance by way of a switched power point.

THE APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. Ensure that this power point is properly earthed.

Look at the connection wiring diagrams (fig.14, 15, 16 and fig. 17).

FIG. 12

FIG. 13

FIG. 14

FIG. 15

FIG. 16

FIG. 17

7

REGULATION

Warning:

Adjustment of this appliance shall only be carried out only by authorised personnel.

9) BURNERS

PRIMARY AIR ADJUSTMENT (refer figure 18)

-Turn off power and unplug electric lead from power point.

-Remove the knobs “M”.

-Unscrew the screws “V”.

-Lift the control panel.

Ignite the burners and adjust the sleeves “B” (refere figure 19 and table in the next page) to obtain the desired flame. Ensure that locking screws “A” are retightened.

10) CONTROL VALVES

“Reduced rate” adjustment

The control valves are suitable for all types of gases.

They are the male cone type allowing one direction of flow.

Simmer flame adjustment (refer figure 20)

-Light burner and set to low setting.

-Remove control knob (friction fit).

-Insert a small screwdriver into the hollow stem of the valve and adjust the flame to the desired level.

-Ensure that flame is stable when the controls are rapidly moved from low to maximum.

NOTE:

Adjustment may be necessary when the appliance is connected to Natural Gas. When connected to LPG the valve cone should be screwed down completely.

 

 

 

FIG. 18

FIG. 19

FIG. 20

8

CONVERSIONS

Warning:

Conversion of this appliance shall only be carried out only by authorised personnel.

11) REPLACEMENT OF INJECTORS

The burners are suitable for use with different gases. To adjust to different gases it is necessary to change the injectors.

A range of injectors are supplied with the appliance.

PROCEDURES Removal of injectors

-Remove control panel (refer section 9).

-Loosen screw “A” and slide sleeve “B”, away from control valve (refer figure 21).

-Loosen the injector with the ring spanner “M” (refer

figure 22).

-Unscrew the injector with the open ended spanner until there is clearance for the spring hook “P”, to engage the injector.

-Unscrew the injector completely.

Re-installationof injectors

-Select the correct injector.

-Hold injector with spring and offer it to the control valve.

-Use spanner “M”, to engage the threads.

-Remove spring “P”.

-Tighten injector with ring spanner “M”.

The technical details of the operating pressures, injector diameters and rating for various gases are scheduled below.

BURNER ARRANGEMENT ON THE HOB

TABLE

 

BURNERS

 

OPERATING

PRIMARY AIR

DIAMETER

 

HEAT

 

GAS

PRESSURE

CLEARANCE “S”

INJECTORS

 

INPUT

 

 

 

 

 

 

kPa

(FIG. 19)

1/00 mm

 

 

 

DESCRIPTION

 

mm

MJ/h

 

W

1

LARGE

Propane

2.75

9.00

90

11.2

 

3100

LEFT FRONT

Natural

1.00

9.00

150

11.2

 

3100

 

 

2

MEDIUM

Propane

2.75

9.00

90

10.2

 

2950

RIGHT REAR

Natural

1.00

9.00

145

10.2

 

2950

 

 

3

SMALL

Propane

2.75

9.00

60

4.9

 

1450

LEFT REAR

Natural

1.00

9.00

100

4.9

 

1450

 

 

4

AUXILIARY

Propane

2.75

1.00

50

4.0

 

1050

RIGHT FRONT

Natural

1.00

9.00

90

4.0

 

1050

 

 

5

FISH BURNER

Propane

2.75

9.00

83

9.2

 

2600

CENTER

Natural

1.00

9.00

136

9.2

 

2600

 

 

6

WOK BURNER

Propane

2.75

complete

102

14.0

 

4000

LEFT FRONT

Natural

1.00

complete

170

14.0

 

4000

 

 

 

 

 

FIG. 21

 

FIG. 22

9

MAINTENANCE

Warning:

Maintenance, service and repairs of this appliance shall only be carried out only by authorised personnel.

12) REPLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS

NOTE:

BEFORE ANY MAINTENANCE REQUIRING REPLACEMENT OF A COMPONENT IS UNDERTAKEN ENSURE THAT THE ELECTRICAL LEAD HAS BEEN ISOLATED AND REMOVED FROM THE POWER POINT.

Components internal to the appliance (refer figure 23 or 24)

-Disassemble the control panel as described in section 9.

-Remove screw “A”, located beneath the control panel and the screws “B”, fixing the burner base to the top of the appliance.

-Remove burner base "T" and washers “G”.

-Unscrew the threaded ring locking “D” the wok burner.

-Remove the three plastic screws “O” at the rear of the appliance (86 cm models only).

-Unscrew the center screw that lock the hotplate (86 cm models only).

-Separate the top and bottom portions of the appliance.

-When reassembling the hotplate it is important that the control panel end is slightly elevated until the left hand end engages the metal tags on the under body. Push the hotplate to the left, lower

and secure the screws (refer figure 25).

Replacement of electric cable

-Should the flexible supply lead need replacement it is essential that one of the correct rating and

construction be used. The lead must contain an earth and this must be connected.

Burner replacement (refer figure 26)

-Disassemble the appliance as detailed above.

-Remove screws "R" and plate "P".

-Unscrew burner body "M".

-Reassemble all the pieces in the inverse order of

disassembly.

Control valve replacement (refer fig. 27 - 28)

-Disassemble the appliance as detailed above.

-Remove eventual microswitches (refer "S").

-Remove screws “R” and “V”. This valve “A” is free for removal.

-It is recommended that the sealing washer “D” be replaced whenever a valve is removed.

Control valve greasing (referes 29 - 30)

-Greasing of the valves is necessary if they become difficult to turn.

-Remove the securing screws and disassemble the valve.

-Clean the valve cone and housing with a cloth soaked in thinners.

-Lightly grease the cone.

-Reassemble the valve ensuring that all excess grease is removed and that the valve is free of obstructions.

-Reassemble the valve unit.

FIG. 23

FIG. 24

FIG. 25

FIG. 26

FIG. 27

FIG. 28

10