AEG 231GR-M User Manual

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INSTRUCTION BOOK

GB

231GR-m

1 AUS /NZL 949600674

Congratulations from AEG

Dear Customer,

Congratulations with your new Hob.

It is important that you become familiar with the functions and features of the Hob. You should therefore read these operating instructions as they will help you get the most out of your new Hob.

Pay extra attention to sections marked . These are warning texts to help you avoid accidents.

Keep the operating instructions. They will come in handy if there is something you are not sure about, and should accompany the Hob if it is transferred to a new owner.

The structure of the operating instructions enables you to use them as a reference manual. The first part of the operating instructions contains a general description of your new product. Then follows a short introduction of the things to do before you use the Hob for the first time. The section “How to use” describes how the Hob is used in everyday life. Use this section until you are familiar with your new Hob. The section “Cleaning and Maintenance” provides information on both daily and more thorough cleaning of the individual components of the Hob. Should problems arise when you use the Hob, you can look in the section “Before calling service”, where there are instructions on how to remedy some practical and technical problems yourself.

Enjoy!

Regards,

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Table of contents

Contents

Page no

For the user

 

Congratulations from AEG .........................................................................

2

Safety information ........................................................................................

4

Description of the product .........................................................................

5

Operating instructions ................................................................................

6

Operating grill .......................................................................................

6

Hints for using the glass ceramic grill ...................................................

7

Cleaning and maintenance .........................................................................

8

Panel ....................................................................................................

8

Stainless steel surfaces .........................................................................

8

The ceramic glass grill ..........................................................................

9

Service ..................................................................................................

14

Before calling service – technical advice ...........................................

14

Service & spare parts .........................................................................

15

Quarantee ...........................................................................................

16

For the installer

 

Mounting ..................................................................................................

10

Installation ..................................................................................................

12

Technical specifications ............................................................................

13

Unpacking ..................................................................................................

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How to read the operating instructions:

 

1... 2...Step by step

Hint and tips

Safety information

Environmental information

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Safety information

These warnings are provided in the interests of your safety. Ensure you fully understand them before installing or using the appliance. Your safety is of paramount importance. If you are unsure about the meaning of these warnings contact the Customer Care Department for assistance.

Installing

Do not install the hob if the ceramic glass is damaged or cracked.

This hob must be installed according to the instructions supplied. Any installation work must be undertaken by a qualified competent person.

Do not alter the specifications or attempt to modify the appliance in any way.

During Use

The hob is intended for domestic cooking only. It is not designed for commercial/industrial purposes.

Ensure that all the control knobs are in the OFF position when not in use.

Do not use the hob if it is damaged in any way, contact your local AEG Service Centre.

Never use plastic or aluminium dishes on the hob.

Never leave the hob unattended while deep fat frying, or heating fats and oils.

The appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.

Child Safety

Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play

with the appliance

The hob gets hot when it is in use. Children should be kept away until the hob has cooled.

Maintenance and Cleaning

Only clean this hob in accordance with the instructions given in this book.

Service

Repairs carried out by inexperienced persons may cause injury or serious malfunction of the appliance. Repairs must only be carried out by a qualified/competent person. Contact your local AEG Service Centre.

Disposal

Make the hob unusable by cutting off the cable.

Dispose of any packaging material and old appliances at an authorised disposal site.

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Description of the product

Pilot light

Control botton

Ceramic glass grill

Pilot light

Kontrolleuchte für die Kombi-Grill

Grill control knob Minute timer knob

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Operating instrutions

Operating instructions - griddle

 

 

 

Griddle control knob

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Variable griddle temperature

Control light

 

 

 

"1"

- low heat

 

"9"

- high heat

 

"0"

- off

 

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Hints on the glass ceramic grill

Ceramic glass is insensitive to temperature shock and very robust, however it is not unbreakable. Hard and sharp objects, in particular, can damage the cooking surface if they fall on it.

Warning

If visible cracks appear in the surface, the appliance must be disconnected from the mains immediately.

Spillages of plastics and other meltable materials such as sugar and food containing sugar (also applies to food with a natural sugar content to which no extra sugar has been added), such as marmalade, jam, fruit juice, etc. must be wiped off the ceramic surface while still hot.

Failure to do this could cause the griddle to peel and crack.

Use the enclosed glass scraper and polish with a ceramic glass cream cleaner afterwards.

Any cooking utensils which have been into contact with the above mentioned materials must be cleaned thoroughly before being placed on the ceramic surface.

The warranty does not cover damage to the glass ceramic griddle which can be attributed to any of the above events.

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Cleaning and maintenance

For reasons of hygiene and safety, the griddle must be kept clean.

Grease stains and spilled food generate smoke when heated, and can even cause fire.

Splashguard

The splashguard can be removed to make it easier to clean the surface.

What to do:

1. Hold the splashguard as shown in the diagram

2. Lift the splashguard straight up

3. Clean the top surface as described in “cleaning the steel surface”

Be aware of the two retaining pegs, which are sharp.

4. Replace the splashguard in position ENSURE that it is fitted the correct way round.

Never use hard or sharp implements to lift off the splashguard.

Do not wash the splashguard in a dishwasher.

The hob must not be used with the splashguard off.

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Stainless steel surfaces

Perform daily cleaning with a slightly damp cloth. For more severe soiling, use a liquid scouring cream. Always clean the steel in the direction of the steel finish. To ensure that the steel retains its shine, it is recommended that you use a polishing agent for stainless steel on a regular basis.

Always polish in the direction of the steel finish (cross-wise).

Never use steel wool, metal sponges or other abrasive cleaning agents.

The ceramic glass griddle

The glass griddle must be cleaned each time it has been used.

1.Pour water onto the glass griddle, add a little washing-upliquid, and scrape off as much as possible using the scraper. Remove the dirty water with kitchen roll.

2.Use the rough side of a scouring sponge to apply more water and detergent (washing-upliquid or liquid scouring agent) to the glass surface. Scour thoroughly.

3.Remove the dirty water with kitchen roll.

4.Apply more water and washing-upliquid, using the rough side of a scouring sponge. Scour thoroughly.

5.Heat the glass griddle until the water boils, brushing with a stiff brush as you do so.

6.Switch off the glass griddle when the water boils. Continue cleaning with the stiff brush.

7.Allow the glass griddle to cool (only cool enough so you can touch it).

8.Remove the dirty water with kitchen roll.

9.Wipe the surface with a clean, wet cloth.

10.Wipe the surface with a dry cloth.

11.Apply a thin coat of cooking oil to the glass griddle and rub in.

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Montage

Caution: In order to avoid a hazard this appliance must be installed according to these instructions for installation

The appliance unit can be mounted in any type of kitchen with a work top whose thickness is between 28 mm and 40 mm.

Clearance

The distance between the top side of the work top and the carpentry underneath must be at least 47 mm.

Fixing

Screw the fixing brackets out to such an extent that they can be turned in under the work top. Tighten the brackets on to the work top with an ordinary screwdriver.

Cut-outmeasurements

One rectangular hole is sawn out for the appliance combination chosen.

The depth of the cut-outfor any unit is: 490 mm

Length of hole = sum of all units` externally measured length, less 20 mm.

Mounting of Reinforcement Beams

A reinforcement Beam, with supporting flanges at each end, is included with each two-burnerunit. For unit combinations, a reinforcement beam must be used between each unit.

Min. 47 mm

Minimum distance

Minimum distance

to wall:

to wall (non-

150 mm

flammable material):

 

150 mm

Reinforcement beams

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