AEG 3009VNM-M User Manual

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User’s Manual

3009VNM-M36” Free Standing Electric Range -

User’s Manual

Congratulations on the purchase of your AEG appliance.

We are sure it will provide many years of great cooking experience.

You may find that it has different features and characteristics to your last appliance.

It is essential you read this operation manual thoroughly to fully understand all of the various functions and operations. Experiment with your cooking and take advantage of the features your new appliance offers.

This manual should be retained for future reference. Should ownership of the appliance be transferred, please ensure that the manual is also passed onto the new owner.

Contents

A -

Installation check and warnings

Page 3 -7

B -

Cooker Measurement

Page 8

C -

Electrical Requirements

Page 8 - 9

D-

Using the appliance for the first time

Page 10 - 11

E-

Accessories

Page 12

F-

Electronic Programmer Operation

Page 13 - 15

G-

Gas Cooktop Control Panel

Page 16

H-

Gas Cooktop Control Functions

Page 17

I-

Ceramic Cooktop Control Panel

Page 18

L-

Ceramic Cooktop Functions

Page 19

M-

Oven Functions & Control Panel

Page 20 - 26

N-

Cleaning and maintenance

Page 26 - 29

O-

Removable Base Board

Page 29

P-

Trouble shooting guide - Electrical wiring

Page 30 - 32

Q-

Warranty

Page 33

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A - Installation instructions check and warnings

IMPORTANT:

Please ensure that the cavity, venting and wiring is as specified in the relevant section J of this manual.

A licensed electrician with relevant qualifications must perform electrical work when installing or servicing the appliance. The supply cable and fuse rating must be suitable for the appliance. You must never repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically recommended in the operation manual.

Ventilation opening must not be covered or obstructed in any way.

VENTILATION

The room containing this cooker should have an air supply in accordance with local regulations.

-All rooms require an open window, or equivalent and some rooms will require a permanent vent as well.

-For room areas up to 5 m2 an air vent of 100 cm2 is required.

-For room areas between 5 m2 and 100 cm2 an air vent of 50 cm2 is required.

-If the room is greater than 5 m2 and has a door that opens directly to the outside, then no air vent is required.

-If there are other fuel burning appliances in the same room local regulations should be consulted to determine the air vent requirements.

DISCHARGE OF FUEL GASES

Cooking appliances must always discharge the flue gases into special hoods (fig.1-C),which must be connected to chimneys, flue pipes or have direct access to the outside. If it is not possible to connect a hood, an electric fan can be fitted to a window or a wall(fig.1-E),which must be turned on when the cooker is on, as long as ventilation standards are strictly adhered to.

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RECOMMENDED VENTILATION HEIGHT

-for ceramic cooktop model min. 24” above range

-for gas cooktop model min. 30” above range

When ranges are installed in close proximity to vinyl finish cabinets,

those materials should be able to withstand temperature up to 75°C centigrade. Alternatively, heat insulating barriers should be installed to avoid any deterioration to the finish.

The equipment must not be installed near inflammable materials, such as curtains, cloths etc.

Pay particular attention to the position of the electric cable and gas pipe: they must not touch any hot parts of the oven

The manufacturer will not accept responsibility for damages to cabinetry where manufacturer installation guidelines were not adhered to.

CONVERTING THE GAS-SUPPLYTO THE HOB BURNERS

Burners: auxiliary, semi-rapid,rapid, triple crown, griddle burner.

These burners are all fitted with injectors designed to create a primary input of air gauged for each type of gas. This means that the air regulator does not have to be regulated. Proceed as follows in order to convert from one type of gas to another: remove the grids, covers, holed flame diffuser and the burner supports (fig. 7); replace the holed injectors as indicated in 7/C according to the type of gas used (see table 1); put the burner supports, flame diffusers, covers and grids back in position; regulate the minimum output following the instructions in paragraph 1.7.

Fig.7

7/C

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REGULATING THE MINIMUM OUTPUT OF THE HOB BURNERS

Normal/valve taps:

Ignite the burners and turn the knob to the maximum position. Remove the knob and insert a small flat-headscrewdriver into the rod or through the holes on the side of the control panel, in accordance with the type (fig. 8 A/B). Loosen theby-passscrew by two turns in ananti-clockwisedirection and rotate the rod to the minimum position. Adjust the previously loosened screws until the flame is lowered but stable, even when rapid changes are made from the maximum to the minimum position with the burner cold. If safety taps are fitted, let the burner run on minimum for a few minutes to ensure that the device does not cut in. If it does, increase the minimum.

N.B. For liquid gas settings, the burner minimum must be set by fully tightening the tap by-passes.

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WARNINGS:

-If the burner flames accidentally go out, turn off the KNOB and wait for at least one minute before igniting.

-Using a gas cooker produces heat and humidity in the room where it is installed. Ensure the room is well ventilated by keeping all the natural air vents open or by installing an extraction hood with flue pipe.

-Intensive or extensive use of the cooker may require supplementary ventilation e.g. opening a window, or more efficient ventilation e.g. increasing the capacity of the mechanic ventilation, if installed.

N.B. When the burners are alight, there must not be any draughts inside the room in that they may affect the flame or even blow it out.

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DO NOT LIFT COOKER BY THE FRONT DOOR AS THIS WILL DAMAGE THE OVEN

The operations indicated below must be followed by qualified personnel, in conformity with the regulations in force.

The supplier refuses all responsibility for damages to person or property, resulting from the failure to comply with such provisions.

The appliance is designed to be used near heat resistant pieces of furniture or kitchen cabinetry only.

ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS (FIG.7)

Before carrying out electrical connection, be sure that the characteristics of the electrical system meet the specifications located at the bottom of the cooktop and the electrical system is provided with effective ground in compliance with the regulations and provision of the law in your country. The ground is required in all circumstances.

If you wish a direct connection to the line, it is necessary to use a single pole switch, with a minimum opening between the contacts of 3 mm. suitable for the purpose and in conformity with the rules in your country (the yellow/green ground cable should not be interrupted by the switch).

ATTENTION

Disregard of this precaution could cause the incorrect operation of the touch control system of the cooktop and effect the product warranty provisions.

WARNING:

All aspects of the installation must conform with the requirement of the Standards North America (within North America) wiring rules, as well as your local electrical and building codes and regulations, and any other applicable requirements and conditions of your local power supply authority. Your appliance must be properly installed and grounded by a qualified and licensed technician.

240 Volt 60Hz 30AMP single/40AMP double service

Incorrect installation of the appliance, resulting from the kitchen maker not following the detailed installation specifications, can affect the appliance performance

CONNECTION TO THE GAS SUPPLY: CURRENT INSTALLATION STANDARDS

The cooker should be connected according to local regulations, using either a rigid or flexible connections.

a)For building in: Use a continuous flexible stainless steel pipe, as per current installation standards, which can be extended to a maximum of 2000 mm.; the ends of the pipe must be fitted with an ISO 228/1coupling and gasket or an ISO 7/1 threaded coupling with mechanical gasket.

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b)For free standing: A non-metallicflexible pipe can be used as long as it complies with current standards and the

following installation instructions are observed: the pipe must be longer than 400 mm and shorter than 1500 mm; it must not exceed 50°C in any point; it is not pulled or twisted; it cannot be choked and the entire edges, sharp corners or other similar hazards.

Before connecting the non-metallicflexible pipe, the brass adapter and gasket supplied with the cooker and/or available form the reseller must be fitted to the pipe/gas train on

the back of the cooker. The regulator provided should be positioned between the brass adapter and the non metallic flexible pipe.

c)A certified gas plumber must complete the installation and meet with local regulation requirements for gas connections. Where the unit has an armour cable a certified electrician must complete the electrical connection. The white, or neutral wire will not be used and must be capped using a marrette.

WARNINGS:

In order to prevent tipping of the appliance, must be installed a stabilized means. Please see the picture. The chain on the back of the range

need to be fixed to the wall

(PLEASE NOTE: The fixing hook is not provided as the type will depend on the construction of the wall to which it will be drilled and fitted. The installer should provide the fixing hook per customer request).

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B - Cooker Measurements ( 900x640x925 )

Measurements

Please note that all dimensions provided are in millimeters (mm.) The sizes allow for only a small degree of error so all cut-outsmust be precise and square

If the range is placed on a base, measures have to taken to prevent the appliance slipping from the base

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C – Electrical requirements

WARNING:

All aspects of the installation must conform with the requirements of the standard North America (within North America) wiring rules, as well as your local electrical and building codes and regulations, and any other applicable requirements and conditions of your local power supply authority.

A licensed electrician must perform the electrical work when installing this appliance. The supply cable and fuse rating must be suitable for the appliance.

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WARNING:

A licenced electrician must connect the armour cable and 3 wires into the electrical connection box. The white, or Neutral wire is not used, and must be capped using a marette.

To avoid power borne interference, this appliance must be installed individually on a separate and distinct final sub-circuit.

Note:

To the electrician – please ensure sufficient supply cable is provided to allow the appliance to be removed from the cavity should any servicing be necessary. This will also allow easy connection of the supply.

Voltage supply connection

To connect the electrical supply:

1- Ensure the supply cable and fuse rating are suitable for the appliance (see the electrical loading).

2- Remove the cover plate by undoing the screw.

3- Fit a suitable entry bush to the conduit entry on the rear left of the appliance (with the rear toward you) and feed the fixed wiring through.

4- Connect the wiring to the terminal block using the screw connections provided. Ensure the wires are properly secured to prevent any high resistance electrical connection.

5- Replace the cover plate making certain that the supply wiring is clear of any metal work and the screws.

6- If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid hazard

When connected to a sub circuit, protected by a circuit breaker, it is recommended the circuit breaker be the same as the total rating of the appliance.

To full disconnect the power supply, it is necessary to have a proper mean in the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules. It must have full disconnection under overvoltage category III conditions.

Electrical Loads

Oven

2350 W

Oven

2350 W

Grill

2800 W

Grill

2800 W

Oven fan and light

90 W

Oven fan and light

90 W

Cearmic cooktop

8600 W

Gas cooktop

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL RATING AT

10.30 KW

TOTAL RATING AT

3.22KW

208V

 

208V

 

TOTAL RATING AT

13.66KW

TOTAL RATING AT

4.05KW

240V

 

240V

 

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D – USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME

After installation remove all notification labels (not identification or warning labels) and packaging materials. After cleaning make sure cleaned surfaces are thoroughly rinsed and wiped dry using a clean, soft cloth.

Power on

NOTE: oven will not operate unless the clock is set.

When power is first applied the display will flash and shows 00:00.

The time of day is displayed in digital 24 hours format (e.g.: 18:00 is 6:00 pm).

Burning in

Before cooking in the appliance an initial pre-heatingis required to burn off the fine oil film used to protect the elements for shipping. The first time you heat up the oven (or grill) the oil will be given off as smoke, which is perfectly normal.

Select a cooking mode and set the oven temperature to 180°C. With the oven door closed, leave for approximately 5 minutes.

Repeat the above step for each cooking mode.

After completing the above make sure all controls are turned off. The oven is now ready for cooking and grilling

DO NOT use aluminum foil on the base of ovens

The use of foil on the base of the oven to avoid spillage and improve cleaning is not recommended. The bottom element is concealed under the base of the oven liner (not exposed). Foil or dishes with reflective qualities must never be placed on the base of the oven during cooking as the concentration of direct and reflected heat will damage the enamel surface.

NOTE

Damage resulting from such use is not covered under the provisions of the warranty.

Initial heat up

Some smoke and smell may be noticed during the initial heat up cycle. This should quickly dissipate.

If abnormal levels of smoke are observed (i.e.: it is not food that is burning), have the appliance thoroughly checked.

Don’t use the appliance as a space heater

The appliance must never be used for warming or heating the surrounding room. Combustible materials must never be placed on or near the appliance.

Do not leave children alone

Children must not be left unsupervised in the area where the appliance is in use. Children must never be allowed to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.

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