Livarno Z30802A-BS, Z30802B-BS User Manual

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ENERGY-SAVING UNDER-CABINET LIGHT
Operation and Safety Notes
IAN 91680
ΦΤΙΣΤΙΚΟ ΕΞΟΙΚΟΝΟΜΗΣΗΣ ΕΝΕΡΓΕΙΑΣ
Υποδείξεις χειρισμού και ασφαλείας
GB / IE / CY Operation and Safety Notes Page 3 GR / CY Υποδείξεις χειρισμού και ασφαλείας Σελίδα 8
Proper use ...................................................................................................................................... Page 4
Description of parts ................................................................................................................Page 4
Technical data .............................................................................................................................. Page 4
Supply scope ................................................................................................................................ Page 4
Safety Information .................................................................................................................. Page 4
Preparation
Required tools and materials .............................................................................................................. Page 6
Preparations for use
Mounting the light ............................................................................................................................... Page 6
Connecting several lights together ..................................................................................................... Page 6
Switching On / Off .............................................................................................................................. Page 6
Directing the light ................................................................................................................................ Page 6
Maintenance and Cleaning .............................................................................................. Page 7
Replacing the fluorescent tube .....................................................................................Page 7
Disposal ............................................................................................................................................ Page 7
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Energy-Saving Under-Cabinet Light
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Proper use
This light is suitable only for use indoors. The prod­uct is not intended for commercial use.
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Description of parts
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Lamp socket
2
ON / OFF switch
3
Lamp housing
4
Mounting holes for wall fastening
5
Connecting socket
6
Protective head guard
7
Connection cable
8
Mounting holes for under-cabinet attachment
9
Strip light with swivel mount
10
Protective glass
11
Fluorescent tube
12
Power supply cable
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Technical data
Operating voltage: 230 - 240 V ~, 50 Hz Max. nominal output: 1 x 13 W Protection class: Light bulb: fluorescent tube 230 V ~
50 Hz, T5
The under-cabinet light (Model No.: Z30802A-BS, Z30802B-BS) is BS standard tested.
Safety Information
J This device is not a toy and should not be
played with by children. Children are not able to understand the dangers that can occur when handling this device.
WARNING!
During installation keep children away from the
area in which you are working. The scope of supply includes a number of screws and other small parts. These may prove lifethreatening if swallowed or inhaled.
J This appliance can be used by children aged
from 8 years and above and persons with re­duced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction con­cerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance.Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by children without supervision.
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in which there are inflam mable vapours, gases
or dusts.
J The light can be installed on all normally flam-
mable surfaces.
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the lamp.
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RISK OF FATAL INJURY!
CAUTION! DANGER OF EXPLO-
SION! Do not operate the lamp in potentially explosive environments
CAUTION! RISK OF INJURY!
Broken lamp glass must be replaced before any further use is made of
This lamp is only intended for use
indoors.
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Supply scope
1 Energy-Saving Under-Cabinet Light 1 Fluorescent tube T5, 13 W 2 Dowels 2 Screws 1 Power supply cable 1 Connection cable 1 Assembly Instructions
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Danger to life from
electric shock
J Every time before you connect the lamp to the
mains, you should check the power supply
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cable cable
and, if need be, the connection
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for any signs of damage.
J Never use your lamp if you discover any
damage.
m CAUTION! Damaged power supply cables
and connecting cables are a danger to life as you could suffer an electric shock.
J Before assembly, ensure that the mains voltage
available corresponds to the operating voltage necessary of the light (230 - 240 V ~).
J Never let the lamp come into contact with
water or other liquids.
J Never open or insert anything into electrical
fittings or equipment. Doing this sort of thing can lead to a serious danger to life from electric shock.
J Touch only the insulated part of the plug when
connecting to or disconnecting from the mains supply.
J If the external flexible cable of this lamp is
damaged, it may only be replaced by a special cable or a cable that is only available from the manufacturer or his service representative.
J Use only the original power supply cable
12
to connect the under-cabinet light to the mains current.
J Connect only original under-cabinet lights of
the same type (Model Z30802A-BS / Z30802B-BS) with each other. To do so, use only the original connection cable
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supplied.
J Connect the under-cabinet lights that are linked
up together to one socket only. Make sure that you only connect a maximum of 10 linked-up under-cabinet lights of the same type to one socket. Otherwise this might overload the con­nections and cables.
J Make sure that all under-cabinet lights are
linked up via connecting cables before inserting the power supply cable
12
into the socket.
To avoid danger of fire
and injury
m RISK OF INJURY! Immediately after un-
packing the lamp, check the lamp housing the protective glass supply cable tion cable
10
as well as the power
12
and, if need be, the connec-
7
for damage. Do not install the
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lamp if you discover any damage. If anything is damaged, contact the service centre to arrange a replacement.
RISK OF INJURY FROM BURNS! Ensure
the lamp has been switched off and allowed to cool before you touch it. In this way you will avoid the danger of burns. Light bulbs develop a great deal of heat.
J Do not touch bulb components or bulbs as they
can reach temperatures higher than 90 °C during operation.
J Allow the light to cool down completely before
replacing a defective bulb.
J Replace defective bulbs immediately. Before
replacing the bulb always remove the mains plug from the socket.
J If a protective glass cover breaks have it replaced
immediately at the service centre or by an elec­trician.
J Do not operate this light with a dimmer or an
electronic switch. It is not suitable for this mode of operation.
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FIRE HAZARD! Fit the light so
0.2 m
that it is at least 0.2 m away from the material illuminated. Fire can
result from the development of too much heat.
J Never leave the light operating unattended. J Do not allow any objects to cover the light. Fire
can result from the development of too much heat.
J Do not allow the lamp or the packaging materials
to lie around unattended. Plastic film or bags, Styrofoam etc. can turn into dangerous toys for children.
Working safely
J Use a 230 volt ~ T5 fluorescent tube type bulb
with a maximum power output of 13 watt.
J Fit the light in such a way to ensure it is
protected from damp and dirt.
J Make careful preparations for the assembly
and take sufficient time. Clearly lay out all com-
,
ponents and any additional tools or materials that might be required so that they are readily to hand.
J Remain alert at all times and always watch
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