Bertazzoni HER90 6 MFE S CR T User Manual [ru]

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INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND USE

INSTRUCTIONS FOR

FREE-STANDING COOKERS

MAS

HER

PRO

READ THE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET BEFORE INSTALLING AND USING THE APPLIANCE.

The manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage to property or to persons caused by incorrect installation or improper use of the appliance.

The manufacturer is not responsible for any inaccuracies, due to printing or transcription errors, contained in this booklet. In addition, the appearance of the figures reported is also purely indicative.

The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to its products when considered necessary and useful, without affecting the essential safety and operating characteristics.

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CONTENTS:

INSTALLER TECHNICAL MANUAL…………………………………………………………………….. pg.2

APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................................

pg.4

INSTALLING RANGE COOKER ....................................................................................................

pg.5

BURNER ADJUSTMENT ONLY MODEL 60X60 ..........................................................................

pg.8

GAS HOB……………………………………………………………………………………………………pg.11

THE CHEF TOP ...........................................................................................................................

pg.12

INDUCTION …………………………………………………………………………………………........ pg.14 SEPARATE GRILL COMPARTMENT (triple oven cavity models only)…………………………….. pg.17 OVEN… ………………………………………………………………………………………………….... pg.18 USING THE AUTOMATIC PROGRAMMER…………………………………………………………… pg. 25 OVEN TEMPERATURE GUIDE…………………………………………………………………………. pg.30 USING THE THERMOMETER…………………………………………………………………………... pg.31 CLEANING YOUR COOKER …………………………………………………………………………….pg.32 ACCESSORIE………………………………………………………………………………………………pg.37

TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................................................................................

pg.38

USEFUL TIPS................................................................................................................................

pg.40

THIS APPLIANCE HAS BEEN DESIGNED FOR NON-PROFESSIONAL DOMESTIC USE.

INSTALLER TECHNICAL MANUAL

This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/95/EC

This appliance is marked according to the European directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE).

This guideline is the frame of a European-wide validity of return and recycling on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment.

The symbol on the product indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.

Disposal must be carried out in accordance with local environmental regulations for waste disposal.

For more detailed information about treatment, recovery and recycling of this product, please contact your local city council office.

Warning: If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock

The appliance and its accessible parts become very hot during use. Care must be careful not to touch the heating elements. Children under 16 years old must be kept away if not constantly supervised.

The appliance and its accessible parts become very hot during use. Care must be taken not to touch the heating elements. All children must be kept away if not constantly supervised.

This appliance can be used by persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, provided that they are supervised by someone who understand the use instructions and the risks involved.

Do not use steam cleaners for cleaning

Caution: make sure the appliance is switched off before replacing the bulb to prevent possibility of electric shock

Use only the recommended thermal probe for this oven.

For cookers with electric ovens

ATTENTION: The accessible parts can become hot during use. Keep children away from the appliance.

For glass doors: Do not use abrasive cleaning products or metal spatulas with sharp edges to clean the glass of the oven door since this could scratch the surface and the glass could break.

If the power supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similar qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.

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Installer information

The installation, all adjustments, transformations and maintenance listed in this

 

part of the manual must be carried out only by skilled personnel.

 

Improper installation may cause damage to persons, animals or property, for

 

which the manufacture will not be held responsible.

 

The appliance safety or automatic adjustment devices may be changed during

 

the service life of the system only by the manufacturer or by the duly authorised

 

supplier.

Installing the cooker

After having removed the various loose parts from the internal and external

 

packing, make sure that the cooker is not damaged. In case of doubt, do not use

 

the appliance and contact skilled personnel.

 

Keep all the dangerous packing parts (polystyrene foam, bags, cardboard,

 

staples, etc.) away from children.

 

The appliance can be installed as a freestanding unit, next to a wall at a distance of

 

less than 20mm (Fig.1B, Class 1Installation) or inserted between two walls (see

 

Fig.1A, Class 2 Subclass 1 Installation). A single sidewall that exceeds the height

 

of the work surface is possible. This must be at a minimum distance of 70 mm from

 

the edge of the cooker (see Fig.1B, Class 1 Installation).

 

Any walls of the adjacent furniture pieces and the wall behind the cooker must be

 

made with heat-resistant material that can withstand a minimum over temperature

 

of 65 K.

 

WARNING: the connection to the gas network must only use metal flexible

 

pipes that conform with the national standards in force.

Fig.1A

Fig.1B

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APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE

ATTENTION: IMPORTANT WARNINGS

For cookers resting on a base

ATTENTION: If the cooker rests on a base, take the measures necessary to prevent the cooker from sliding along the support base.

For cookers with electric ovens

The unit becomes hot during use. Do not touch the heating elements inside the oven.

For cookers with electric ovens

ATTENTION: The accessible parts can become hot during use. Keep children away from the appliance.

For the food warmer compartment (or drop leaf in our case)

ATTENTION: The internal parts of the food warmer can become hot during use.

For glass doors

Do not use abrasive cleaning products or metal spatulas with sharp edges to clean the oven door’s glass since this could scratch the surface and the glass could break.

Do not use steam cleaners to clean the appliance.

Replacing parts

Before performing any maintenance operation, disconnect the appliance from the

 

gas supply and electricity network.

 

To replace parts such as knobs and burners, just remove them from the seats

 

without disassembling any part of the cooker.

 

To replace the oven bulb, just unscrew the protection cap that projects out inside the

 

oven.

Fig.2

WARNING: Before replacing the bulb, disconnect the appliance from the electric power supply.

WARNING: The power cord supplied with the appliance is connected to that appliance with an X type connection (in compliance with standards EN 60335-1, EN 60335-2-6 and subsequent amendments) for which it can be installed without the use of special tools, with the same type of cord as the one installed.

If the power cord becomes worn or damaged, replace it based on the information reported in types of power cords paragraph .

WARNING: If the power cord is replaced, the installer shall ensure that the ground cable is longer than the phase cables and also shall comply with the warnings regarding the electric connection.

To replace the power cable, lift the terminal board’s cover and replace the cable. To access the terminal board in cookers with a 3x2.5mm² cable, the back panel on the rear of the appliance must be removed. The power cord should be replaced only by qualified personnel.

Before disposing of the packaging, please ensure you have removed all the components.

The up-stand is packed separate and is taped to the back of the cooker. Other components can be found inside the ovens. All packaging and covering films must be removed before the installation can commence.

All electric cookers should be installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with IEE regulations and local electricity provider rules. Building regulations must be

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considered when undertaking any installation. Failure to install the appliance

 

correctly will render the warranty null and void.

 

Range cookers are heavy and should be handled by two people. Never lift or drag a

 

range by the oven handles as damage may occur.

 

Note: Pictures and graphics in this manual cover different models and may vary in

 

minor details from your cooker.

 

INSTALLING RANGE COOKER

Rating of Services

The rating plate is visible in the storage area of the cooker and a copy is also

 

attached to page two of the user manual.

 

Before connecting the cooker, check that the requirements on the rating plate

 

correspond with those of the electrical system and gas supply (where applicable).

 

Ensure that the electrical system and isolating switches have a suitable capacity to

 

carry the maximum power as indicated on the rating plate.This chart can be used as

 

a guide to the electrical supply ratings.

Table N°1

 

 

MCB size for dedicated

The cable of

Cooker model

Type

cooker circuit

alimentation

 

 

 

H05RR-F or H05VV-F

60 cm single oven

Gas hob top

13 AMP MCB

3X1,5 mm²

*60 cm single oven

Induction hob top

32 AMP MCB

H07RN-F 3X4 mm²

 

 

 

H05RR-F or H05VV-F

60 cm single gas oven

Gas hob top

13 AMP MCB

3X1,5 mm²

 

 

 

H05RR-F or H05VV-F

90 cm single hybrid oven

Gas hob top

16 AMP MCB

3X1,5 mm²

 

 

 

H05RR-F or H05VV-F

90 cm single gas oven

Gas hob top

13 AMP MCB

3X1,5 mm²

 

 

 

H05RR-F or H05VV-F

90 cm single oven

Gas hob top

16 AMP MCB

3X1,5 mm²

*90 cm single oven

Induction hob top

32 AMP MCB

H07RN-F 3X4 mm²

 

 

 

H05BB-F or H05SS-F

90 cm twin oven

Gas hob top

20 AMP MCB

3X2,5 mm²

*90 cm twin oven

Induction hob top

32 AMP MCB

H07RN-F 3X4 mm²

 

 

 

H05BB-F or H05SS-F

100 cm twin oven

Gas hob top

20 AMP MCB

3X2,5 mm²

*100 cm twin oven

Induction hob top

32 AMP MCB

H07RN-F 3X4 mm²

100 cm XG (3 oven compartments)

Gas hob top

32 AMP MCB

H07RN-F 3X4 mm²

*100 cm XG (3 oven compartments)

Induction hob top

40 AMP MCB

H07RN-F 3X6 mm²

120cm twin oven

Gas hob top + griddle

32 AMP MCB

H07RN-F 3X4 mm²

* With diversity factor applied

Positioning

The cooker may be installed in a kitchen or open-plan kitchen diner but not in a

 

room containing a bath or shower. The cooker should be positioned in an area with

 

good light and free from draughts.

 

Any shelf or unit of combustible material should be at least 660mm above the

 

hotplate. In addition an area of 75mm wide on either side and behind the hotplate

 

must be clear of any combustible materials to a height of 400mm. Units must not

 

overhang over the hob.

 

Kitchen cabinets may be fitted flush to the sides of the cooker, but to allow for

 

cleaning and servicing

 

It is recommended that a 2.5mm gap be allowed on each side so that the cooker

 

may be moved if necessary.

 

The worktop or kitchen cabinets must not protrude beyond the height of the cooker

 

hotplate frame.

Ventilation

Your appliance is not connected to a combustion products evacuation device. Th

 

e room in which it is to be installed must have an air supply in accordance with

 

national standards. The room must have an opening window or equivalent, and

 

some rooms may require a permanent vent in addition to the opening window.

 

General guidelines: The cooker must not be installed in a bedsit room of 20m³ or

 

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less. If the cooker is installed in a room with a volume of less than 5m³, then a vent

 

with an effective area of 100cm³ is required. If it is installed in a room with a volume

 

of between 5m³ and 10m³, then an air vent with an effective area 50cm³ is

 

necessary. If there are other fuel burning appliances in the room, please consult

 

national standards for guidance.

Gas connection

Before connecting the appliance to the gas network, make sure that the data on the

 

label attached to the food warmer drawer or on the back of the cooker are

 

compatible with what is indicated for the gas distribution network.

 

A label attached to the last page of this handbook and in the food warmer drawer (or

 

on the back) of the appliance indicates the appliance adjustment conditions: type of

 

gas and operating pressure.

 

IMPORTANT: This appliance must be installed in compliance with current national

 

standards in force and used only in a well-ventilated room.

 

WARNING: It should be recalled that the appliance utilises a threaded 1/2" gas

 

cylindrical male fitting according to UNI-ISO 228-1.

 

To connect the appliance to the gas network with a flexible rubber hose, a

 

supplemental hose nipple fitting is needed (Fig.3) which is supplied with the

 

appliance.

Fig.3

Electrical connection The electric connection must comply with the current legal standards and regulations.

Before making the connection, check that:

- The system electrical rating and the current outlets are adequate for the maximum power output of the appliance (see the label applied to back of the cooker).

- The outlet or the system is equipped with an efficient ground connection in accordance with the current legal standards and regulations. The company will not be responsible for the non-compliance with these instructions.

letter L (phase) = brown wire; letter N (neutral) = blue wire;

ground symbol = green-yellow wire;

-The power cord must be positioned so that an over temperature of 75 K will not be reached at any point.

-Do not use reductions, adapters or splitters since they might cause false contacts and lead to dangerous overheating.

When the connection is made directly to the electric network:

-Use a device that ensures disconnection from the mains in which the contacts are opened to a distance that permits complete disconnection according to the conditions for over-voltage category III.

-Remember that the ground wire must not be interrupted by the circuit-breaker.

-As an alternative, the electric connection can also be protected by a high-sensitivity residual current circuit-breaker.

-It is highly recommended to attach the special green-yellow ground wire to an efficient ground system.

WARNING: If the power cord is replaced, the ground wire (yellow-green) connected to the terminal, should be longer than the other wires by about 2 cm.

WARNING: The power cord should be replaced only by qualified personnel.

Types of power cords The appliance is equipped with a terminal for the electric connection placed behind, which is accessible removing the posterior casing.

The cable of alimentation can be.

The power supply cable is suitable for appliance operating on 220-240 V~

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ATTENTION: The appliance conforms with the regulations of directives 90/396EEC (Gas Directive) regarding gas appliances for domestic use and the like, 73/23 (Low Voltage Directive) regarding electrical safety and 2004/108/CE, (EMC Directive) regarding electromagnetic compatibility.

Ensure that the electricity supply is switched off before making the connection. This appliance must be earthed.

Connection to the electricity supply must be made through the flex cable that is already attached to the rear of the cooker. The end of the cable is tucked into the cooker storage area.

Connection to the supply must be made through fixed wiring. It cannot be connected to a normal domestic power socket. A double pole switched cooker box should be used with contact separation of at least 3mm.

Turn on each hob zone to check that all elements are functioning correctly. Remove all packaging and combustible items from the oven. Turn on the oven selector switch and thermostat knob to check that the oven is functional on all modes.

Adaptation to different Before performing any maintenance operation, disconnect the appliance from types of gas the gas supply and electricity network.

Replacing the gas nozzles to operate with another type of gas:

Follow the instructions below to change the burner nozzles on the work surface:

-Isolate the appliance from the electric outlet to avoid any type of electric contact.

-Remove the grids from the work surface.

-Remove the burners.

-Unscrew the nozzles using a 7 mm spanner, and replace them (Fig.4) with those needed for the new type of gas according.

Fig 4

Follow the instructions below to change the oven burner nozzle (model 90x60 single oven):

-Remove the oven level (Fig.5).

-Loosen the screw V and pull out the burner from the support being careful not to damage the ignition plug and the thermocouple (Fig. 6).

-Unscrew the nozzle R using a 10 mm spanner and replace it with the nozzle needed for the new type of gas according.

Fig 5

Fig 6

Follow the instructions below to change the oven burner nozzle (model 60x60 single oven):

Remove the oven level (Fig.7).

-Loosen the screw V and pull out the burner from the support being careful not to damage the ignition plug and the thermocouple (Fig.7).

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-

Unscrew the Rnozzle(Fig.8) using a 10 mm spanner and replace it with th e

 

nozzle needed for the new type of gas according.

Fig 7

Fig 8

OVEN BURNER ADJUSTMENT ONLY MODEL 60X60

Only model 60x60 1)Primary air adjustment:

Oven burner adjustment: follow the instructions below to adjust the primary air for the over burner:

1)Remove the oven bottom.

2)Loosen the screwP and adjust the positionX of the Ve nturi cone (Fig.9) according to the measurements.

Fig 9

 

 

Burner primary air regulation (indicative)

 

Type of gas

 

BURNER

 

 

Oven (mm)

 

 

 

M6

 

Natural

G20

fully open

 

Butane

G30

fully open

 

Propane

G31

fully open

 

 

 

WARNING: After completing the above-meionedt replacements,

adjust

the

 

 

 

burners, as described

in

the pa ragraph

below.

Seal

any

 

adjustment

and pre-

 

 

 

adjustment devices. Replace the existing label with a new one corresponding to the

 

 

 

new gas adjustment. This label is contained in the spare nozzle bag.

 

 

 

Adaption to various types of gas

 

 

 

APPLIANCE CATEGORY: II 2H3+

 

 

 

 

 

Burner

Types

of

Gas

 

Pressure

 

 

NozzleRater Capacity

 

Reduced

 

by-pass

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Diameter

 

 

 

 

 

 

Capacity

 

Diameter

 

 

 

 

 

 

mbar

 

1/100 mm.

 

g/h

 

l/h

kw

kcal/h

kw

kcal/h

 

1/100 mm.

 

 

 

Natural

G20

 

20

 

77

 

-

 

95

1

860

0,48

413

 

34 reg.

 

 

Auxiliary

Butane

G30

 

30

 

50

 

73

 

-

1

860

0,48

413

 

 

34

 

 

 

 

Propane

 

G31

 

 

37

 

 

 

50

 

71

 

 

-

 

 

1

 

Natural

G20

 

20

 

117

 

-

 

167

1,75

1505

0,6

516

 

36 reg.

 

 

Semi-Rapid

Butane G30

 

30

 

66

 

127

 

-

1,75

1505

0,6

516

 

 

36

 

 

 

 

Propane

 

G31

 

 

37

 

 

 

66

 

125

 

 

-

 

 

1,75

 

Natural

G20

 

20

 

129

 

-

 

286

3

2580

1,05

903

 

52 reg.

 

 

Rapid

Butane

G30

 

30

 

87

 

218

 

-

3

2580

1,05

903

 

 

52

 

 

 

 

Propane

 

G31

 

 

37

 

 

 

87

 

214

 

 

-

 

 

3

Dual

Natural

G20

 

20

 

70

 

-

 

76

0,8

688

0,48

413

 

34 reg.

 

 

Inner

Butane

G30

 

30

 

46

 

58

 

-

0,8

688

0,48

413

 

 

34

 

 

 

 

Propane

 

G31

 

 

37

 

 

 

46

 

57

 

 

-

 

 

0,8

Dual

Natural

G20

 

20

 

110

 

-

 

419

4,4

3784

1,8

1548

 

65 reg.

 

 

Outer

Butane

G30

 

30

 

69

 

298

 

-

4,1

3526

1,8

1548

 

 

65

 

 

 

 

Propane

 

G31

 

 

37

 

 

69

 

293

 

 

 

-

 

4,1

 

Natural

G20

 

20

 

150

 

-

 

429

4,5

3870

2

1720

 

70 reg.

 

 

Oven

Butane

G30

 

30

 

95

 

327

 

-

4,5

3870

2

1720

 

 

70

 

 

90X60

 

Propane

 

G31

 

 

37

 

 

95

 

321

 

 

 

-

 

4,5

 

Natural

G20

 

20

 

125

 

-

 

286

3

2580

1

860

 

 

48

 

 

Oven

Butane

G30

 

30

 

85

 

218

 

-

3

2580

1

860

 

 

48

 

 

60X60

Propane

 

G31

 

37

 

 

85

 

214

 

-

 

3

 

2580

 

1

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Check correct operation of the ignition system and operation of burners individually and in combination. Burner flames should be clear blue, with no yellow tipping. If the burners show any abnormality check that burner heads are correctly located.

Note: These burners have no aeration adjustment.

Burner "MINIMUM" adjustment:

Work surface burner adjustment: follow the instructions below to adjust the work surface burner minimum:

-Light the burner and set the knob to the MINIMUM position (small flame).

-Remove the knob of the valve that is press-fit on the rod of that valve.

-Insert a small slotted screwdriver into the hole on the valve body (Fig.10A) and turn the choke screw to the right or left until the burner flame is adjusted to minimum.

-For the gas valve of dual burner the choke valve is located on the valve body (fig. 10B) , the A screw adjust the outer ring, the B screw adjust the inner ring.

-Make sure that the flame does not go out when switching quickly from the MAXIMUM to the MINIMUM position.

 

 

 

 

Fig 10B

 

 

Fig 10A

 

 

 

WARNING: The above-mentioned adjustment should be made only with natural gas

 

 

burners, while those operating with liquidgas the screw must be locked at the end

 

 

in a clockwise direction.

 

 

Test the operation of

 

It should be noted that Bertazzoni SpA cannot accept any liability for direct or

the cooker before

 

indirect damage caused by incorrect connection or improper installation. When

leaving

being repaired, the appliance must always be disconnected from the mains supply; if

 

 

required, notify our customer service.

Support legs

 

4 support legs are supplied separately and are fitted on location to the four corners

 

 

of the lower support frame (Fig.11)

 

 

After unpacking the cooker, lift it approx 250mm to fit the legs then gently lower the

 

 

cooker to keep undue strain from the legs. It is recommended to use a lifting device

 

 

instead of tilting the unit.

 

 

 

 

Transit supports are left

in situ. Ea chegl is fi rmly pushed over one of the t ransit

supports. If the leg s are not used and the cooker is mounted onto a plinth, leave transit legs in position to allow for clearance.

Fig 11

Up-stand Installation The up-stand is packaged at the bottom rear of the cooker. The up-stand is fixed along the rear of the cooker hob. Screw fixing points for locating the up-stand are at either end.

1. Place the up-stand on the rear of the hob, line up locating holes and secure with the screws supplied.

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Fig 12

Anti-tilt restraint

Once legs are adjusted to the correct height, fit the anti-tilt restraint brackets. The

 

anti-tilt brackets must be fixed to the rear wall as shown below.

 

1. To calculate the position of brackets up from the floor, measure to the bottom of

 

the anti-tilt bracket location slots on the back of the cooker and add 32mm.

 

2. Secure the brackets in position on the rear wall with suitable fixings. (Note that

 

brackets are fixed 60mm in from the side edges of the cooker).

 

3. Lift the cooker into place until it sits 130mm away from the wall then gently

 

manoeuvre the cooker further back until the brackets are fully inserted into the rear

 

side of the cooker. Care should be taken to not cause damage to the flooring or to

 

put unnecessary strain on the legs flooring or to put unnecessary strain on the legs .

Fig 13

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GAS HOB

Using the gas hob

As the following points:

 

- To light a burner, press in the control knob (Fig.14A-14B) and turn it anti-

 

clockwise, to the large flame position.

 

- Continue to hold the knob In until the burner lights. Adjust the flame as required,

 

continue to hold the knob in far 5 to 10 seconds before releasing

 

- The Chef Top (optional) is powered by the gas burners.

 

- See page 7 for usage instructions.

Fig 14A Fig 14B

The dual wok burner The central burner of the dual wok burner can be used independently of the outer burner to give further flexibility.

-To light the central burner, press in the control knob (Fig.15A-15B) and turn it anti-clockwise to the bold single ring position

-Continue to hold the knob in until the burner lights. Adjust the flame as required The minimum setting is the lighter single ring position.

-To light the outer burner as well as the central burner. turn the knob to the bold double ring. Adjust the flame as required

The minimum setting far the central and outer burner is the lighter double ring position.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fig 15A

Fig 15B

Lighting the burners

The symbol above each knob indicates which burner that knob controls.

 

- A flame failure (thermocouple) device on each burner acts as a safety gas cut-

off in case the flame is accidentally blown out.

- A thermocouple detects the absence of a flame and stops the supply of gas.

- The thermocouple must be heated for a few seconds when the burner is ignited before the knob is released.

To light a burner:

1 Push and turn the control knob anti-clockwise to the large flame position. The ignition candle will spark and ignite the gas.

2 Keep the control knob pressed In for 5-10 seconds to activate the flame failure device, then release the knob. Adjust the flame between the large and small flame symbols as required.

In the event of a power failure the burners can be lit with a match or gas lighter The flame failure devices will continue to function normally.

GAS BURNER DIMENSION

Burner

Diam (mm)

Power

Utilization

Auxiliary

Ø 50 mm

1 kW

Use with smaller pans for boiling and simmering and the preparation of

 

 

 

sauces.

Semi-rapid (and

Ø 70 mm

1.75 kW

Use for normal frying and boiling in medium and small pans.

Chef Top)

 

 

 

Rapid

Ø 95 mm

3 Kw

Use with large and medium pans of water for frying and rapid boiling.

Dual inner/outer

Ø 43/140 mm

0.48-5 kW

Use with woks,griddles and frying pans or for large pans and rapid

 

 

 

boiling.

 

 

 

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THE CHEF TOP

Using the Chef Top

The Chef Top is manufactured from 5mm thick stainless steel designed for a high

 

heat retention across the plate. The very high cooking temperature makes the Chef

 

Top ideal for searing meats and vegetables and for oriental style recipes. Some

 

suggested uses include: steaks, burgers, chicken, fish and other meats, vegetables

 

such as peppers, mushrooms and aubergines, stir fries, kebabs, toasted

 

sandwiches, naan and pitta breads, fried and scrambled eggs, griddle cakes,

 

crumpets, English muffins and drop scones.

 

To assemble the Chef Top:

 

1 Remove the pan supports that cover the 2 central burners.

 

2 Screw the feet to the underside of the Chef Top. The two longest feet go to the

 

rear and the two shortest go to the front (towards the drip tray).

 

3 Carefully position the Chef Top onto the hob, ensuring that it is seated correctly

 

and resting on the stainless hob.

 

Care must be taken when handling the Chef Top. It’s heavy!

 

Please do not use over dual wok burner

 

To use the Chef Top:

 

For instructions on how to season the Chef Top, see next section. The Chef Top can

 

smoke during use so always turn your extractor hood on before you start cooking.

 

1 To light the burner. push in and turn the control knob to the large flame position.

 

Hold the control knob in far 5-10 seconds after the flame has lit to activate the flame

 

failure device, before releasing. If the flame extinguishes wait one minute before

 

attempting to re-ignite.

 

2 Pre-heat on full power for 5 minutes.

 

3 Add a small amount of oil and then the food.

 

4 Adjust the front and back flames as required.

 

The Chef Top is hottest in the central front and back areas and cooler at the outer

 

edges. You can control the cooking temperature by moving the food to the outer

 

edges after the initial searing, similar to the way you would use a barbecue. To avoid

 

excess spitting use the minimum amount of oil when cooking on the Chef Top.

 

Use a spatula far turning and serving food. You can also remove any food residues

 

at the end of cooking using a spatula. The high temperature of the Chef Top makes

 

plastic tools unsuitable for use with it. Do not be tempted to move or turn the food

 

too quickly or often. Wait until the food sears and is released from the cooking

 

surface before turning.

The following table gives a guide to cooking temperatures and times:

-These times are purely advisory and will depend on the size and cut of the food

-Always ensure that food (poultry and fish in particular) is cooked through before serving.

Food

Flame

Cooking

Fried egg

Low

3 minutes

Aubergine, onions and courgettes (sliced 5mm thick)

Medium

10 minutes

Whole prawns (shell on)

Medium

5 minutes

Chicken breast

Low

17 minutes

Fish (200g)

Low

15 minutes

Steak (2,5cm thick)

High

Rare 2 minutes per side

 

High

Medium 4 minutes per side

 

High

Well done 6 minutes per side

Sauté potatoes

Medium

5-7 minutes

Burgers, beef, lamb and vegetables

Medium

10 minutes

Using the electric griddle Seasoning the griddle (and Chef Top)

(120cm models only) Before using the griddle for the first time. It must be seasoned.

If the griddle has not been used for a period of time, it should be re-seasoned. 1 Clean the griddle thoroughly with hot. soapy water to remove any protective

coating.

2 Rinse with a mixture 01 1 litre water and 1 cup white vinegar .Dry thoroughly.

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