AEG-Electrolux 25658G-M User Manual

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INSTRUCTIONS AND ADVICE FOR THE

USE, INSTALLATION AND

MAINTENANCE OF MIXED AND GAS FUELLED BUILT-INHOT PLATES

Dear Customer,

Thank you for having purchased one of our products.

We are certain that this new, modern, functional and practical appliance, built with the very highest quality materials, will meet your requirements in the best possible way. This appliance is easy to use. It is, however, important to thoroughly read the instructions in this handbook in order to obtain the best results.

These instructions are only valid for the countries of destination, the identification symbols of which are indicated on the cover of the instruction manual and on the appliance itself.

The manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any damages to persons or property caused by incorrect installation or use of the appliance.

The Manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any inaccuracies in this handbook due to printing or transcription errors; the designs in the figures are purely indicative. The Manufacturer also reserves the right to make any modifications to the products as may be considered necessary or useful, also in the interests of the user, without jeopardizing the main functional and safety features of the products themselves.

COD. 01066EO – 03.03.2003

DESCRIPTION OF THE HOT PLATES

TYPES: PMZ 60 N2 - PMZ 60 V2

1

Rapid gas burner

of 3000 W

2

Semirapid gas burner

of 1750 W

3

Auxiliary gas burner

of

1000 W

4

Ø 145 mm normal electric plate

of 1000 W

5

Ø 145 mm rapid electric plate

of

1500 W

6Enamelled steel pan support 1 burner

7Enamelled steel pan support 2 burners

8Burner n° 3 control knob

9Burner n° 1 control knob

10Burner n° 2 control knob (right)

11Burner n° 2 control knob (left)

12Electric plate n° 4 control knob

13Electric plate n° 5 control knob

14Electric plate ignition warning light

15Electric ignition button

16 Ultra rapid gas burner

of 3100 ÷ 3350 W

17Pan support for ultra rapid burner

18Burner n° 16 control knob

Attention: this appliance has been manufactured for domestic use only and it employment by private person.

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USE

1) BURNERS

A diagram is screen-printedabove each knob on the front panel. This diagram indicates to which burner the knob in question corresponds. After having opened the gas mains or gas bottle tap, light the burners as described below:

- Manual ignition

Push and turn the knob corresponding to the required burner in an anticlockwise direction until it reaches the full on position (large flame fig. 1), then place a lighted match near the burner.

- Electrical ignition

Push and turn the knob corresponding to the required burner in an anticlockwise direction until it reaches the full on position (large flame fig. 1), then depress and release the ignition button.

- Automatic electrical ignition

Push and turn the knob corresponding to the required burner in an anticlockwise direction until it reaches the full on position (large flame fig. 1), then depress the knob.

-Lighting burners equipped with flame failure device

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.

HOW TO USE THE BURNERS

Bear in mind the following indications in order to achieve maximum efficiency with the least possible gas consumption:

-Use adequate pans for each burner (consult the following table and fig. 2).

-When the pan comes to the boil, set the knob to

the reduced rate position (small flame fig. 1).

-Always place a lid on the pans.

-Use only pan with a flat bottom and in thick metal.

Burners

Power ratings

Pan Ø in cm

Ultra rapid

3100 ÷ 3350

24 ÷ 26

Rapid

3000

20 ÷ 22

Semirapid

1750

16 ÷ 18

Auxiliary

1000

10 ÷ 14

WARNINGS:

-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).

-Matches can be used to ignite the burners in a blackout.

-Never leave the appliance unattended when the burners are being used. Make sure there are no children in the near vicinity. Particularly make sure that the pan handles are correctly positioned and keep a chek on foods requiring oil and grease to cook since these products can easily catch fire.

-Never use aerosols near the appliance when it is operating.

-If the built-inhot plate has a lid, any spilt food should be immediately removed from this before it is opened. If the appliance has a glass lid, this could shatter when the hot plate becomes hot. Always switch off all the burners before closing the lid.

-Utilize pots with flat bottom only.

In the event of the Burner flames being accidentally extinguished, turn off the burner control and do not attempt to re-ignitethe burner for a least 1 minute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIG. 1

 

 

FIG. 2

 

 

 

 

 

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USE

Notes:

Use of a gas cooking appliance produces heat and moisture in the room in which it is installed. The room must therefore be well ventilated by keeping the natural air vents clear (fig. 3) and by activating the mechanical aeration device (suction hood or electric fan fig. 4 and fig. 5).

Intensive and lengthy use of the appliance may require additional ventilation. This can be achieved by opening a window or by increasing the power of the mechanical exhausting system if installed.

(*) AIR INLET: SEE INSTALLATION CHAPTER (PARAGRAPHS 6 AND 7)

 

 

 

FIG. 3

FIG. 4

FIG. 5

 

 

 

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USE

2) HOW TO USE THE ELECTRIC PLATES

Mixed hot plates may be equipped with a normal or rapid electric plate. It is controlled by switches with various positions (see fig. 6) and is switched on by turning the knob to the required setting. A diagram is screen-printedabove each knob on the front

panel. This diagram indicates to which electric plate the knob in question corresponds (see fig. 6). A red warning light will come on to indicate that the plate is operating.

A purely indicative regulation table for the normal electric plate is given below.

 

 

TABLE

NORMAL OR

HEAT

POSSIBLE COOKING

RAPID PLATE

INTENSITY

PROCESSES

 

 

 

0

Off

 

 

 

 

1

Weak

To dissolve butter, chocolate, etc.. To heat small

amounts of liquid.

 

 

 

 

 

2

Low

To heat larger amounts of liquid. To prepare cremes and

suces requiring long slow cooking times.

 

 

 

 

 

3

Slow

To thaw frozen foods and prepare stews, heat to boiling

point or simmer.

 

 

 

 

 

4

Medium

To heat foods to boiling point. To brown delicate meats

and fish.

 

 

 

 

 

5

Strong

For escalopes and steaks. To simmer large amounts of

food.

 

 

 

 

 

6

High

High To bring large amounts of liquid to the boil. For

frying.

 

 

 

 

 

FIG. 6

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USE

WARNINGS:

When the plate is switched on for the first time, or if it has remained unused for a long period, it should be dried for 30 minutes on switch position n° 1. This will eliminate any moisture that may have been absorbed by the insulating material.

To correctly use the appliance, remember:

-To place a pan on the plate before switching this on.

-To always use pans with flat and very thick bottoms (see fig. 7).

-To never use pans that are smaller than the plate diameters.

-To dry the bottom of the pan before placing it on the plate.

-Never leave the appliance unattended when the plates are being used. Make sure that there are no children in the near vicinity.

Particularly make sure that the pan handles are correctly positioned and keep a check on foods requiring oil and grase to cook since these products can easily catch fire.

-The plates will remain hot for a long period of time even use after use, never touch them with the hands or other objects in order to prevent burns.

-Immediately disconnect the appliance from the electricity main as soon as cracks are noted on the surfaces of the plates.

FIG. 7

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CLEANING

IMPORTANT:

Always disconnect the appliance from the gas and electricity mains before carrying out any cleaning operation.

3) HOT PLATE

Periodically wash the hot plate, the enamelled steel pan support, the enamelled burner caps “A”, “B” and “C” and the burner heads “T” (see fig. 8 and 8/A) with lukewarm soapy water. Following this, all parts should be thoroughly rinsed and dried. Never wash them while they are still warm and never use abrasive powders. Do not allow vinegar, coffee, milk, salted water, lemon or tomato juice from remaining in contact with the enamelled surfaces for long periods of time.

WARNINGS:

Comply with the following instructions, before remounting the parts:

-Check that burner head slots have not become clogged by foreign bodies.

-Check that enamelled burner cap “A”, “B” and “C” (fig. 8 and 8/A) have correctly positioned on the burner head. It must be steady.

-The exact position of the pan support is established by the rounded corners, which should be set towards the side edge of the hot plate.

-Do not force the taps if they are difficult open or close. Contact the technical assistance service for repairs.

-Correctly preserve the plate after use by treating it with special products, easily available on the market. This will keep the surface of the plate clean and bright. The operation will also prevent the formation of rust.

 

 

 

FIG. 8

 

FIG. 8/A

 

 

 

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INSTALLATION

TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR THE

INSTALLER

Installation, adjustments of controls and maintenance must only be carried out by a qualified engineer.

Incorrect installation may cause damage to persons, animals or property for which the Manufacturer shall not be considered responsible.

During the life of the system, the automatic safety or regulating devices on the appliance may only be modified by the manufacturer or by his duly authorized dealer.

4) INSTALLING THE HOT PLATE

Check that the appliance is in a good condition after having removed the outer packaging and internal wrappings from around the various loose parts. In case of doubt, do not use the appliance and contact qualified personnel.

Never leave the packaging materials (cardboard, bags, polystyrene foam, nails, etc.) within children’s reach since they could become potential sources of danger.

The measurements of the opening made in the top of the modular cabinet and into which the hot plate will be installed are indicated in either fig. 9. Always comply with the measurements given for the hole into which the appliance will be recessed (see fig.10).

4A) CYLINDER HOLDER COMPARTMENT

The dimensions of the cylinder compartment have to permit the easy loading and unloading of the cylinder.

For an efficient aeration is necessary to make some small openings in the furniture, as per fig. 9/A and 9/B. The cylinder holder compartment must have the following characteristics:

-Resistance to a load.

-No fitment of the cylinder directly on the floor are allowed.

-The cylinder equipped with governor must be set or take off from the compartment in a easy way.

-The cylinder cock must be easily accessible.

-The flexible tube musn't be in contact with sharp edges.

-The cylinder holder compartment and the different parts of the unit, where the burners are fit, musn't be in touch inside.

-The aeration openings musn't be occluded when the unit is installed.

The appliance belongs to class 3 and is therefore subject to all the provisions established by the provisions governing such appliances.

COMPLY WITH THE DIMENSIONS

 

A

B

C

D

E

4F

553

473

65

62

65 min.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIG. 9

FIG. 9/A

FIG. 9/AB

FIG. 10

 

 

 

 

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INSTALLATION

5) FIXING THE HOT PLATE

The hot plate has a special seal which prevents liquid from getting into the cabinet. Strictly comply with the following instructions in order to correctly apply this seal:

-Detach the seals from their backing, checking that the transparent protection still adheres to the seal itself.

-Overturn the hot plate and correctly position seal “E” (fig. 11) under the edge of the hot plate itself, so that the outer side of the seal perfectly matches the outer edge of the hot plate. The ends of the strips must fit together without overlapping.

-Evenly and securely fix the seal to the hot plate, pressing into place with the fingers and remove the strip of protective paper from the seal and set the plate into the hole made in the cabinet.

-The prospective walls (left or right) that exceed the working table in height must be at a minimum distance from the cutting as mentionned both in the columns and the scheme.

-Fix the hob with the proper brackets “S” and fit the prominent part into the porthole “H” on the bottom; turn the screw “F” until the bracket “S” stick on the top (fig. 12).

-In order to avoid accidental touch with the overheating bottom of the hob, during the working, is necessary to put a wooden insert, fixed by screws, at a minimum distance of 50mm from the top (see fig. 9)

Remark: Below is the suggested clearances. Actual installation will be veried subject to different kitchen situations.

 

 

 

FIG. 11

 

FIG. 12

 

 

 

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INSTALLATION

IMPORTANT INSTALLATION

SPECIFICATIONS

The installer should note that the appliance that side walls should be no higher than the hot plate itself. Furthermore, the rear wall, the surfaces surrounding and adjacent to the appliance must be able to withstand an overtemperature of 65 K.

The adhesive used to stick the plastic laminate to the cabinet must be able to withstand a temperature of not less than 150° C otherwise the laminate could come unstuck.

The appliance must be installed in compliance with the provisions in force.

This appliance is not connected to a device able to dispose of the combustion fumes. It must therefore be connected in compliance with the above mentioned installation standards. Particular care should be paid to the following provisions governing ventilation and aeration.

6) ROOM VENTILATION

It is essential to ensure that the room in which the appliance is installed is permanently ventilated in order to allow the appliance itself to operate correctly. the necessary amount of air is that required for regular gas combustion and ventilation of the relative room, the volume of which must not be less than 20 m3. Air must naturally flow through permanent openings in the walls of the room in question. These openings must vent the fumes outdoors and their section must be at least 100 cm2 (see fig. 3). Construction of the openings must ensure that the openings themselves may never be blocked. Indirect ventilation by air drawn from an adjacent room is also permitted, in strict compliance with the provisions in force.

7) LOCATION AND AERATION

Gas cooking appliances must always dispose of their combustion fumes through hoods. These must be connected to flues, chimneys or straight outside. If it is not possible to install a hood, an electric fan can be installed on a window or on a wall facing outside (see fig. 4). This must be activated at the same time as the appliance (see fig. 5), so long as the specifications in the provisions in force are strictly complied with.

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