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Installation Instructions

NZ & AU

CG602 SERIES

CG902 SERIES

CG913 SERIES

599257 A 01.2005 NZ & AU

Safety & Warnings

WARNING

Cut Hazard

Beware of sharp edges when handling stainless steel appliances.

Failure to use caution could result in injury or cuts.

WARNINGS!

Particular attention shall be given to the relevant requirements regarding ventilation.

This product should not be sealed into the bench with silicone or glue. Doing so will make future servicing difficult.

Fisher & Paykel will not be liable for costs associated with releasing such a product, nor for repairing damage that may be incurred in doing this.

When this product is installed it shall not be used as a space heater, especially if installed in boats or caravans.

No combustible material or products should be placed on this product at any time.

Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this product while it is in operation.

CAUTION!

This product must be installed according to these installation instructions and must comply with local building regulations, local gas authority codes and electrical regulations.

Failure to install the product correctly could invalidate any warranty or liability claims.

IMPORTANT!

Read these instructions carefully before installing or using this product.

Please make this information available to the person responsible for installing the product as it could reduce your installation costs.

These products are registered:

in New Zealand at www.ess.govt.nz and in Australia with AGA at www.gas.asn.au.

Before You Start

Prior to installation, ensure that the local distribution conditions (nature of gas and pressure) and the adjustment of the product are compatible. For adjustment conditions for this product see Gas Rate Summary.

This gas hob must be connected to a 220V - 240V 50Hz power supply only and must be earthed via the power cord.

Ensure a suitable disconnection switch is incorporated in the permanent wiring, mounted and positioned to comply with the local wiring rules and regulations. A means of disconnection with at least a

3 mm air gap contact separation in all poles must be incorporated into the fixed wiring in accordance with the wiring rules, unless the local wiring rules allow for alternative means.

Ensure that there is a power outlet within reach of the cooktop cable (900 mm from the rear right of the product). This must be accessible after installation. The mains cable should not touch any metal parts.

Make the bench top of a heat resistant material.

Seal exposed bare edges of the cutout with an oil-basedpaint or moisture proof polyurethane to prevent possible damage from moisture creeping between the cooktop trim and the benchtop.

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Dimensions

A

B

C

F J

E

ifold

 

man

e

 

re lin

cent

 

gas inlet

D

H

G

Product

CG602 series

CG902 series

CG913 series

A Width

578

914

914

B

Depth

511

533

546

C

Height

40

40

76

Pan support

43 (52 Wok)

43 (52 Wok)

22

to Benchtop

 

 

 

Cutout

CG602 series

CG902 series

CG913 series

D Width

560 (558-562)

870 (846-872)

870 (860-882)

E

Depth

490 (485-495)

494 (478-501)

494 (486-524)

F

Radius

R10

R10

R10

G

 

30

30

30

H

 

40

50

35

J

Clearance to nearest

60

60

81

combustible service

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:

All measurements given in millimetres (mm).

Cutout dimensions are given as an ‘ideal measurement’ e.g. for new cutouts, followed by an ‘otherwise acceptable range’ (in brackets) e.g. for existing cutouts or replacement products.

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Clearances

a

d

 

b

 

 

 

 

g

 

 

e

 

 

f

 

 

 

c

 

 

 

a 600 mm minimum from top of trivet to rangehood.

750 mm minimum from top of trivet to overhead exhaust fan. (Fisher & Paykel splashbacks are 750 mm high).

b600 mm minimum from top of trivet to downward facing combustable surface. (450 mm minimum if protected by tiles or fire resistant materials).

 

CG602 SERIES

CG902 SERIES

CG913 SERIES

c Clearance from side edge of

130 mm

120 mm

80 mm

product to any combustible surface

 

 

 

dClearance from rear edge of

100 mm

90 mm

90 mm

product to any combustible surface

 

 

 

Clearance from rear edge of

10 mm

10 mm

10 mm

product to any non-combustible

 

 

 

surface

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

e Clearance below benchtop to any

60 mm

60 mm

81 mm

combustible surface

 

 

 

Clearance below benchtop to

45 mm

45 mm

81 mm

F&P DishDrawer® or F&P oven

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

fEnsure there is an earthed power outlet within 900 mm of the rear right-handcorner of the product. When used with a flexible hose, the connector on the wall should be between 800 mm to 850 mm above the floor and in the region outside the width of the appliance to a distance of 250 mm. This should be accessible with the appliance installed.

g When protecting a wall withnon-combustiblematerial it must be at least 150 mm high.

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Standards Requirements

Australian and New Zealand Gas Installation Standards (AS5601, NZS 5261) require a cooktop to be installed so that the surface temperature of any nearby combustible surface will not exceed 65oC above ambient.

Typically this is achieved by:

A Having the cooktop spaced away from the wall (see “Clearances” for dimensions)

[Dimension c andd]

series

 

OR

CG902

high [Dimension g] along it’s length, with

B by protecting the wall, to at least 150 mm

 

non-combustiblesurface materials, such as:

CG602,

adequate.

- 5 mm thick ceramic tiles alone are

 

- Tempered glass or sheetmetal (min. 0.4 mm

 

thick) is acceptable when used in front of a

 

fire resistant material.

 

- Fisher & Paykel Splashback (not available

 

in Australia): This is stainless steel with a 10

 

mm air gap to the wall. When used with

 

a 10 mm gap behind the product to the

series

front of the splashback. (Only with SB90

 

series and SB1216 splashbacks.)

CG913

These products meet the Standards

 

requirements when installed to the dimensions in these Instructions. (They have been tested by an Independent Testing Lab).

Clamping Down the Cooktop

This cooktop is supplied with fastening clamps that will cope with a bench thickness of 20-50mm. For benchtops thicker than 50 mm, recess the underside to a thickness of20-50mm.

 

50 mm

20 mm

recessed to

50 mm

 

Gas Supply Connection

This cooktop is supplied set up for Natural Gas but is suitable for installation with either Natural Gas or LPG. Refer to relevant table for pressures and appropriate orifice sizes.

Gas connection to the product MUST use the elbow supplied. The regulator will not seal if installed without it.

Ensure the blue washer (supplied) is located between the elbow (supplied) and product inlet as below. Failure to use this washer will cause the product to leak. Tighten the floating nut to firm finger tight, plus an additional 1/4 turn (90o).

Blue washer

Elbow (1/2” BSP male)

Gas Inlet (1/2” BSP internal thread)

After installation, make sure all connections are gas tight.

A duplicate data plate enclosed inside the accessories pack should be placed on an accessible surface adjacent to the cooktop.

Flexible Hoses

Flexible hose assemblies should be AS/NZS 1869 Class B or Class D certified.

Flexible hoses should not be exposed to temperatures exceeding their certified value. They should not touch hot surfaces on the cooktop or neighbouring products.

Flexible hoses should not be subject to abrasion, kinking or permanent deformation.

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Installation Instructions

Natural Gas

For Natural Gas usage the gas supply is connected to the regulator which is supplied loose with a built in test point - 1kPa (4” WG) and the inlet connection of 1/2 “ B.S.P. (male thread). Do not over tighten.

The test point pressure should be preset to 1.0 kPa with the wok and semi - rapid burners operating at maximum.

LP Gas

For LPG usage the gas supply for the appliance must be regulated to a pressure of 2.75kPa (11” WG). See ‘Conversion to a different gas type’ .

The operation of the appliance, including the ignition system, must be tested before installation is complete.

If after following the instructions given, satisfactory performance cannot be obtained, contact the local gas authority or your local Approved Service Agent for advice and assistance.

Conversion to Different Gas Type

Burners can be used with NG or LPG, provided that the orifices appropriate for the gas supply are installed.

To change the orifices, you will need a 7 mm box spanner (and a 10 mm ring spanner for CG913TM).

1 Turn off the main electrical supply.

Gas Supply Connection Check

The connection point shall be accessible with the appliance installed.

To enable the gas supply to be readily shut off, the gas supply must be connected with an isolating valve close to the product.

After installation and making all connections check thoroughly for possible leaks.

1 Turn all control knobs on the unit to “off” position.

2 Open the valve on the gas supply.

3 Using a suitable leak detection fluid solution (e.g. Rocol) check each gas connection one at a time by brushing the solution over the connection.

4 The presence of bubbles will indicate a leak. Tighten the fitting and recheck for leaks. Ensure the washer (supplied) is located between elbow and product gas inlet.

5 Turn on each gas valve and light each burner.

6 Check for a clear blue flame without yellow tipping. If burners show any abnormalities, check that they are located and assembled properly. Check correct orifices are installed.

CG913TM only

WARNING!

Electrical Shock Hazard.

Disconnect product from main power supply before continuing.

2 Ensure all gas valves are turned off.

3 Remove all trivets and burner heads.

4 Pull off knobs.

5Unscrew the orifices and replace them with the correct ones. (size numbers are stamped on the side, eg. 70= 0.70 mm) (see figure 1)

6Remove the 2 screws holding each burner (3 on the wok burner).

7Lift hob tray from the product.

WARNING!

Cut Hazard.

Beware of sharp edges.

8Replace the wok orifice with the correct one using a 10 mm spanner.

9Reset the venturi (see fig.2). Loosen the venturi screw, move the venturi toward the orifice approx. 2 mm.

10 To refit the CG913 series hob tray, repeat steps 6 and 7 in reverse.

11 Check insulation resistance and earth continuity.

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12 Turn on main electrical supply and light the burners.

13 Important! Reset the minimum setting (see ‘Minimum Setting or Turndown’).

Minimum Setting or Turn Down

This has been set at the factory for NG but may need adjusting for local conditions.

14 Check all burners have good flame (see

When converting to LPG, the minimum

fig.3,4,5).

setting MUST be reset for each burner.

 

To adjust the minimum setting you will need a Ø 2.5 x 45 mm screwdriver.

 

 

1

Ignite the burner and set the knob to its

 

Venturi

 

minimum position.

 

2

Remove the knob.

 

 

figure 1

figure 2

3

Rotate the turn down screw slowly until

 

 

 

 

 

a minimum regular flame is achieved.

 

 

 

(The flame will diminish when the screw

 

 

 

is turned clockwise and increase when

 

 

 

turned anti-clockwise(see fig.6).

 

 

4

Replace the knob.

 

 

5

When the setting is right check regulation

figure 3

figure 4

 

by quickly rotating the knob from the

 

maximum to the minimum delivery

 

 

 

 

 

 

position. The flame must not go out.

figure 5

Note: CG913TM models may require progressive venturi adjustment on the wok burner:

Fig.3 Lifting Off - move the venturi closer to the orifice.

Fig.4 Yellow Tipping - move the venturi away from the orifice.

Fig.5 Good Flame.

The label supplied with the orifices should be placed over the existing gas type label located on the underside of the product to indicate the gas change.

figure 6

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Gas Rate Summary

Burners

Natural Gas

 

LPG

 

Orifice size

MJ/h@1 kPa

Orifice size

MJ/h@2.75 kPa

 

 

 

 

 

CG602

 

 

 

 

Auxiliary Burner (RH front)

0.85 mm

3.6 MJ/h

0.55 mm

3.9 MJ/h

Semi-RapidBurner (LH & RH rear)

1.3 mm

8.5 MJ/h

0.8 mm

8.4 MJ/h

Wok Burner (LF front)

1.8 mm

15 MJ/h

1.05 mm

15 MJ/h

Rapid Burner (LH front)

1.55 mm

12 MJ/h

1.00 mm

13 MJ/h

CG902

 

 

 

 

Auxiliary Burner (RH front)

0.85 mm

3.7 MJ/h

0.55 mm

4.1 MJ/h

Semi-RapidBurner (LH & RH rear)

1.3 mm

7.9 MJ/h

0.80 mm

7.9 MJ/h

Fish Burner (Centre)

1.45 mm

10 MJ/h

0.85 mm

10 MJ/h

Wok Burner (LH front)

1.8 mm

15 MJ/h

1.05 mm

15 MJ/h

GC913T

 

 

 

 

Simmer Burner (RH front)

0.85 mm

3.6 MJ/h

0.45 mm

2.7 MJ/h

Semi-RapidBurner (LH rear)

1.22 mm

7.2 MJ/h

0.7 mm

6.2 MJ/h

Rapid Burner (LH front & RH rear)

1.45 mm

10.5 MJ/h

0.85 mm

9.3 MJ/h

Wok Burner (Centre)

1.80 mm

15.5 MJ/h

1.05 mm

14.5 MJ/h

CG913TM

 

 

 

 

Simmer Burner (RH front)

0.85 mm

3.6 MJ/h

0.45 mm

2.7 MJ/h

Semi-RapidBurner (LH rear)

1.22 mm

7.2 MJ/h

0.7 mm

6.2 MJ/h

Rapid Burner (LH front & RH rear)

1.45 mm

10.5 MJ/h

0.85 mm

9.3 MJ/h

Wok Burner (Centre)

1.90 mm

16.3 MJ/h

1.10 mm

15.3 MJ/h

Customer Care

Current Information

New Zealand

Current Installation Instructions, Product

P.O. Box 58732, Greenmount, Auckland.

dimensions and specifications are available

Toll Free 0800 FP CARE (0800 37 2273)

on the Fisher & Paykel web site:

Fax

09 273 0656

www.fisherpaykel.com

Email

customer.care@fp.co.nz

Australia

 

P.O. Box 798, Cleveland, QLD 4163.

 

Toll Free 1300 650 590

 

Tel

07 3826 9100

 

Fax

07 3826 9298

 

Email

customer.care@fp.com.au

 

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