Bertazzoni PM0J..D2XE. PM360IGX, PM360IGX Owner's Manual

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Bertazzoni PM0J..D2XE. PM360IGX, PM360IGX Owner's Manual

INSTALLATION,USE & CARE MANUAL (French version page 13 )

DIMENSIONS: 35 1/16’’ (890 mm)(W) x 201/2’’ (520 mm)(D)

Models PM0J..D2XE. PM360IGX

IMPORTANT: SAVE FOR LOCAL ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR’S USE. READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. OBSERVE ALL GOVERNING CODES AND ORDINANCES.

WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or death.

Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquid in the vicinity of this or any other appliance.

Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency.

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

This appliance has been designed for non-professional, domestic use only.

WARRANTY AND SERVICE

All Bertazzoni products are covered by a 2 years parts and labor warranty.

Service on all Bertazzoni products shall be carried out by factory-trained professionals only.

For warranty service please contact Customer Service at the numbers indicated below.

CUSTOMER SERVICE

English/Spanish hotline

(866) 905-0010

French hotline

(800) 561-7625

Fax

(714) 428-0040

Email BERTAZZONIHELP@SERVICEPOWER.COM

Mailing address

SERVICEPOWER 1503 South Coast drive Suite 320

Costa Mesa CA 92626

REPLACEMENT PARTS

Only Bertazzoni replacement parts may be used in performing service on the appliance. Replacement parts are available from factory authorized parts distributors.

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INDEX:

 

Installation Instructions……………………………………..…………………………………………

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Inserting the hotplate……………………………………………..…………………………………..

pag.4

Requirements……………………………………..……………………………….………………….

pag.4

Attaching the hotplate……………………………………..………………………………………….

pag.5

Electrical connection……………………………………..……………………….………………….

pag.6

Wiring diagrams……………………………………..…………………………….………………….

pag.6

Descriptions……………………………………………………………………………………………

pag.8

Service & maintenance instructions……………………………..………………………………….

pag.8

User instructions……………………………………………..……………………………………….

pag.9

Using ceramic induction elements………………………………………………………………….

pag.11-14

Cleaning the appliance……………………………………………..………………………………..

pag.15

Troubleshooting…………………………………………………..……………………………………

pag.16

Figures………………………………………………...…………..…………………………………..

pag.24

Before Installation

If receiving the unit from a transportation company, it is customer’s obligation to inspect the package and note any damage on the delivery receipt. After delivery have your induction cooktop carefully unpacked, and again check for any visible damage. If you find any damage on the unit at this point, immediately inform your dealer or distributor. Although the responsibility for shipping lies with the carrier, your dealer/dis-tributor will assist you with your claim.

If the unit is not supposed to be installed for some time, you should keep it in its original packaging, stored in a dry and safe place.

Read through the sections of this manual which pertains to installation, and make sure that all of the requirements can be met.

Ensure that your electric power supply is correct.

Installation instructions

This appliance shall only be installed by an authorized person. This appliance shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturers installation instructions, IMPORTANT: this appliance must be installed in accordance with the norms in force of the country concerned.

The appliance, when installed, must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.

WARNING: Do not use aerosol sprays in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in operation

Inserting the hotplate

After having removed the various loose parts from the internal and external packing, make sure that the hotplate in not damaged and is suitable for the specific gas usage. The gas type label is on the underside of the hotplate base.

In case of doubt, do not use the appliance and contact skilled personnel.

Keep all the packing parts (polystyrene foam, cardboard, staples, etc.) away from children.

Consider the critical dimensions of the appliance, before making an opening in the top surface of the bench top. (relative measurements as per Fig 1- 2).

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If your counter is produced from porous materials which tend to swell if in contact with humidity, and water, to better protect the cut-out, use proper sea-lants on the edge which would prevent any penetration of humidity and water.

Chamfer all exposed edges of decorative laminates to prevent further chipping.

Radius corners of the cut-out and file them to ensure smooth edges and prevent corner cracking.

Rough edges and inside corners which are not rounded as well as forced fits can contribute to cracking of counter top laminate.

Requirements

1. Overhead clearances (Minimum values)

The minimum overhead clearances shall be in accordance with the minimum values indicated in the table n.1 and are shown and in the fig. 1- 2

Range hoods and exhaust fans shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. However, in no case shall the clearance between the top of the highest burner of the cooking appliance and the range hood be less than 25 ½”( 650mm).

Any other downward facing combustible surface less than 600mm above the top of the highest burner shall be protected for the full width and depth of the cooking surface area.

However, in no case shall this clearance to any surface be less than 173/4”(450mm.) Maximum depth for the overheads cabinet is 13” (330mm)

2. Side clearances (Minimum values)

The different side clearances shall be in accordance with the minimum values indicated in the table n.1 and are shawn and in the fig. 1- 2

The cooking surface area is defined as that part of the appliance where cooking normally takes place and does not include those parts of the appliance containing control knobs.

Table n.1

Min. Clearances

inches (mm)

L1

20” (500)

L2

1 9/16“ (40)

L3

2 3/4” (70)

L4

18” (457)

L5

24” (610)

L6

13” (330)

L7

36 1/2“ (925)

L8

1 9/16“ (40)

L9

6 3/4” (172)

Min. Clearances

inches (mm)

L10

34

1/4” (870)

L11

36“ (915)

W

35 1/16“ (890)

D

20

1/2“ (520)

B1 (*)

2

3/8“ (60)

B2 (*)

6“ (152)

B3 (*)

2

3/8“ (60)

B4 (*)

6“ (152)

 

 

 

(*) Note:

-B1 is the min. clearance between the front edge of the appliance and the front edge of the cabinet.

-B2 and B4 are the min. clearance between the left/right side edge of the appliance and the side wall (if present).

-B3 is the min. clearance between the back edge of the appliance and the back wall.

Attaching the hotplate

To prevent liquids from leaking accidentally into the underlying storage space, the appliance is equipped with a special gasket. To apply this gasket, carefully follow the instructions in Fig. 3. Lay out the protective sealing strips along the edges of the opening in the bench top and carefully overlap the strip end. (See Fig. 3). insert the hotplate into the bench top opening. With a screwdriver assemble the brackets to the hotplate bottom by means of the screws . (See Fig. 4A-4B). Slide the hooks into position and secure them with the screws.

Trim the part of the sealing strips which extend beyond the hotplate base

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Electrical connection

The appliance is equipped with a 4 ft. (1.2 m.) flexible metal cable(fig.5-6-7) with 3 wires ready for connection to a dedicated 3 wire grounded power supply/junction box: (fig.8)

Voltage 208 V a.c., Frequency 60Hz. Max Current: 8300W /40 A Voltage 240 V a.c., Frequency 60Hz. Max Current: 11000W /45,8 A

Black wire: connect to L1 (hot) Red wire: connect to L2 (hot)

Green wire: connect to GND (ground)

A dedicated line and junction box should be used to connect the oven to a 50 A circuit.

Wiring diagrams Fig. 14.

Descriptions

DESCRIPTIVE CAPTION FOR HOB (fig.9)

1. Central Induction element

2 Rear Induction element

3.Front induction element

4.Central Induction element control knob

5.Rear Induction element control knob

6.Front Induction element control knob

Service & maintenance instructions

Service and maintenance only to be carried out by an authorised person

To replace parts and electric components, the hotplate must be removed from the bench top by releasing the attachment hooks, loosening the attachment screws of each burner, unscrewing the hotplate attachments nuts which are visible at the bottom of the surface, removing the hotplate top and finally replacing the defective parts.

WARNING: Disconnect power before servicing unit.

For the location of the wall receptable for the connection of the three-pin earthed plug of the appliance, see indications given in Fig. 1

User instructions

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

1 - Proper Installation - Be sure your appliance is properly grounded and installed by a qualified technician. 2 - Never Use your Appliance for Warming or Heating the Room.

3 - Do Not Leave Children Alone - Children should not be left alone or unattended in an area where appliance is in use. They should never be allowed to sit or stand on any part of the appliance.

4 - Wear Proper Apparel - Loose-fitting or hanging garments should never be worn while using the appliance.

5 - User Servicing - Do not repair or replace any part of the appliance unless specifically recommended in the manual. All other servicing should be referred to a qualified technician.

6 - Storage in or on Appliance - Flammable materials should not be stored near surface units.

7 - Do Not Use Water on Grease Fires - Smother fire or flame or use dry chemical or foam-type extinguisher.

8 - Use Only Dry Potholders - Moist or damp potholders on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do not let potholder touch hot heating elements. Do not use a towel or other bulky cloth.

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9 - Use Proper Pan Size - This appliance is equipped with several, differently sized, induction elements. Select cookware having flat bottoms, large enough to cover the surface unit heating element. Proper size pots and pans will also improve efficiency.

10 - DO NOT TOUCH SURFACE UNITS OR AREAS NEAR UNITS - Surface units may be hot even though they are dark in color. Areas near surface units may become hot enough to cause burns.

11.Do Not Heat Unopened Food Containers - Build-up of pressure may cause container to burst and result in injury..

12.Never Leave Surface Units Unattended at High Heat Settings - Boil-over causes smoking and greasy spillovers that may ignite.

13.Do not use aluminum foil, aluminum liners or aluminum containers on the unit.

14.Cookware Handles Should Be Turned inward and Not Extend Over Adjacent Surface Units - To reduce the risk of burns, and spillage due to unintentional contact with a pot/pan, which is used for cooking, the handle of the piece should be positioned so that it is turned inward, and does not extend over adjacent surface units.

15.Do not Cook on Broken Cooktop - If cooktop should break, cleaning solutions and spillovers may penetrate the broken cooktop and create a risk of electric shock. Contact a qualified technician immediately.

16.Clean Cooktop With Caution - If a wet sponge or cloth is used to wipe spills on a hot cooking area, be careful to avoid steam burns. Some cleaners can produce noxious fumes if applied to a hot surface.

CAUTION

Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets above or around the cooktop -children climbing on the cooktop to reach items, could be seriously injured.

WARNINGS:

Keeping appliance area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquid.

Do not store dangerous or flammable material in the cabinet areas above appliance; store them in a safe place in order to avoid potential hazards.

For safe use of appliance, do not use it for space heating.

Do not use aerosol sprays in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in operation

For description of hotplates refer to installation instructions.

Using the ceramic induction elements

Safety Precautions - Read before operating your cooktop

Your induction-cooking unit has been designed for residential use and food preparation, and all of the safety parameters have been designed accordingly.

The unit incorporates numerous safety devices and controls, a few of which will be mentioned below:

- A number of sensors monitor the temperature of the internal components. If any of these sensors senses that the component temperature is above the limit, the power output of the unit will automatically be reduced, allowing the component to cool down. Once this is achieved, the unit will continue to operate normally at the output level set initially by the operator..

-Each induction element is equipped with a sensor which is continuously monitoring the temperature of the bottom of the pan to prevent the pan from overheating.

-Each induction element is equipped with a pan sensing device. This device will not allow the element to turn on unless it senses an induction-compatible pot or pan on the element covering enough surface area. If no pot/pan is detected, the digital display will flash indicating that there is no power on the element. Once an induction-compatible piece of cookware is sitting properly on the element, the digital display will become steady, and the cookware will start heating up. Note that a small object as a fork, a spoon, a piece of jewelry, etc. will not be mistaken for a cooking utensil, and it will not trigger this sensor. Moreover, this device will distinguish between pots and pans which are and are not suitable for induction cooking.

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If a piece of cookware, which is not suitable for induction cooking, is placed on an element, there will be no power output on the element.

We reserve the right to make any changes to internal components, as well as, to make any (cosmetic) modifications on the outside in an effort to improve our products.

Users with pacemakers or defibrilators must consult with their pacemaker manufacturer or their physician prior to using this cooktop which incorporates an induction heating source.

If a crack appears in the glass surface, disconnect the unit immediately to avoid any risk of electric shock. If the unit is connected directly to supply inside a junction box, then disconnect its breaker, or remove fuses manually.

Do not use your cooktop until the glass top has been replaced.

When cooking, never use aluminum foil, never place products wrapped in aluminum foil or products deepfrozen in aluminum packs on the cooktop.

Aluminum foil could melt and damage the vitroceramic glass beyond repair.

The Principle of Induction

When an induction element, also called: ‘a heating zone’ or simply: ‘a coil’ - is switched on, the appropriate piece of cookware used, and a desired level of heating power selected, the electronic circuit unit (‘induction generator’ or ‘inverter’) powers up the induction element which creates a magnetic field. This magnetic field continuously changes in terms of frequency and intensity, and this creates induced ‘eddy’ currents in the bottom of the pot or pan and ultimately results in heat. The heat is transferred directly to the food being cooked.

Thus, induction heat makes the cookware a direct source of heat, featuring high level of efficiency with extremely low energy loss and unparalleled heating level control.

With induction cooking there is very little ‘heating inertia’. Induction cooking elements do not incorporate a heat generating element, unlike convectional electric rings, halogen or radiant elements etc, therefore, heat levels can be changed very quickly.

For induction, energy efficiency is within a range of 90-95%, compared with 55-65% for conventional and radiant element, or 45% - 55% for gas fueled burners. The energy efficiency contributes to substantial energy savings, both beneficial to the owner as well as the environment.

Induction cooking elements are sensitive to the cookware type being used :

-If there is no cookware placed on the element, or if the cookware is not of induction grade, there will be no power emitted by the element.

-If the the piece of cookware is placed partially on the element, or if it is smaller than the element, the internal sensors will reduce power to the element.

-If the pot/pan is fully removed from the element, the power output will be instantaneously reduced to ‘0’. The controls will turn the element off after a minute, unless the piece is returned onto the element.

When compared to other methods of cooking, induction cooking has a very low level of ambient heat, thus making cooking more pleasurable, with a reduced need for ventilation.

Finally, the vitroceramic glass as a cooking surface barely becomes hot and this makes cleaning much easier.

When using induction elements, some cookware may produce faint humming sound. This is a normal occurrence. The noise is a result of vibrations caused by induced currents.

For a proper choice of pots and pans, please see “Cookware for Your Induction”

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SET THE COOKING TEMPERATURE AS FOLLOWS

Set he heat setting the control knob.

OFF= element off 1= lowest setting 9= highest setting

B= Powerboost function A= Heating accelerator

Led indicator

H = Residual heat

B = Powerboost Function

= Power ON

These knobs provide control of the induction cooking zones above each knob there is indication of the zone controlled..

Push and turn the knob to the right to set the zone's operating power; the settings range from a minimum of 1 to a maximum of 9. (fig.10-11-12)

Heating accelerator

Each cooking zone is equipped with a heating accelerator.

This system allows the zone to be operated at peak power for a time proportional to the heating power selected.

To start the heating accelerator, turn the knob to the left, select setting "A" and then release. You now have 3 seconds to select the heating setting between 1 and 9.

While the heating accelerator is in operation, the heating level can be increased at any time. The "full power" time will be modified accordingly. If the power is reduced by turning the knob anticlockwise, the heating accelerator is automatically deactivated.

Powerboost Function

The power function allows the user to operate each heating zone continuously at the maximum power for a time of no more than 10 minutes. This function can be used, for example, to bring a large amount of water to the boil in a hurry, or to turn up the heat under meat.

Push and turn the knob clockwise and set heating level 9, then use the knob to set the "B" position and release il. "B" appears on the corresponding zone display.

After 10 minutes, the power is reduced automatically, "B" led is switched off.

However, the power function can be turned ott at any time by reducing the heating level..

When the power function is selected for one heating zone, the power absorbed by the second zone might be reduced to supply the maximum available energy to the first zone.

If a pan is removed from the cooking zone while the power function is on, the function is switched off.

Child lock

The child lock function prevents switching on of the control unit, to avoid unwanted operation, for example by children, While child lock is activated, no cooking zone can be used.

The child-lock mode is activated by overwinding the two knobs in anti-clockwise direction for mode than 1,5 secs-alternatively: one knob for more 5 secs; AND less than 30 secs to avoid failure detection.

The child-lock is disabled in the same way.

Aktivation/disabling is only possible if both knob input units are in zero position.

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Type of pans

This type of appliance can only operate with pans of special kinds.

The bottom of the pan must be iron or steel/iron to generate the magnetic field necessary for the heating process

Vessels made from the following materials are not suitable:

glass;

porcelain;

pottery;

steel, aluminium or copper without magnetic bottom;

To check that a pan is suitable, simply piece a magnet close to its bottom: if the magnet is attracted, the pan is suitable for induction cooking.

The pans used for cooking must have certain minimum diameters to ensure satisfactory operation.

Pans larger than the cooking zones can also be used, but it is important to ensure that the bottom of the pan does not touch other cooking zones, and that it is always centred over the perimeter of the cooking zone.

Use only vessels specially designed for induction cooking, with thick, completely flat bottom; if these are not available, the pans used must not have crowned (concave or convex) bottom. (fig.13)

Residual heat

Each cooking zone is equipped with a device which warns of residual heat. After any cooking zone is switched off, a ‘H’ may appear on the display. This warns that the cooking zone concerned is still very hot. Cooking can be restarted while the ‘H’ is on.

Attention:

Take care not to spill sugar or sweet mixtures onto the hob during cooking, or to place materials or substances which might melt (plastic or aluminium foil) on it; if this should occur, to avoid damage to the surface, turn the heating off immediately and clean with the scraper supplied while the cooking zone is still warm. If the ceramic hob is not cleaned immediately, residues may form which cannot be removed once the hob has cooled.

Important!

Keep a close eye on children because they are unlikely to see the residual heat warming lights. The cooking zones are still very hot for some time after use, even if they are switched off. Make sure that children never touch them.

WARNING: Under no circumstance use aluminium foil or plastic containers to hold the food while cooking on a glass-ceramic hob.

WARNING: Do not touch the cooking area as long as the light indicating residual heat on the glass-ceramic hob, is “on”; this indicates that the temperature in the relative area is still high.

WARNING: Never place pan with bottoms which are not perfectly flat and smooth on the hob

WARNING: If you notice a crack in the ceramic hob, disconnect the appliance from the electricity supply and contact a service centre

WARNING: Your glass-ceramic hob is thermal shock resistant and resistant to both heat and cold. If you drop a heavy pot on your hob it will not break.

On the contrary, if a hard object, such as the salt shaker or the spice bottle strikes the edge or the corner of the hob, the hob may break.

WARNING: never use the glass-ceramic hob as support surface.

Matching Pots & Pans with Elements, etc.

The elements,14,5cm (5 3/4”), are best used:

- With small pieces of cookware - but normally not smaller then 10 cm (4”); -For slow cooking and simmering (sauces, creams, etc.);

-For cooking small quantities of food.

Minimum 10cm (3 15/16”)pots, maximum 25cm (10”) pots.

The element 27cm (11”), are primarily designed for day -to-day cooking needs and most commonly used pans 15 to 32cm (6 to 13") In diameter.

When cooking large quantities of food, it is always better to use a large diameter pot/pan covering the element. Thus, better and more efficient heat distribution will be achieved and food will be cooked evenly.

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