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cookers

6N
series
Instruction for the use - Installation advice
models
66 X 440
66 W 440
66 X 640
66 W 640
66 X 630
66 W 630
66 X 130
66 W 130
66 X 630 IS
66 X 330 IS
66 X 640 IS

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Dear Customer,

We thank you very much for choosing our products.


The instructions and advice included in this booklet are given
to safeguard your safety and to use this appliance correctly.
Be so kind as to keep this booklet.
It will be useful to clear any doubt concerning its operation.
This appliance must be only assigned to the use for which it
has been realized, that is for cooking food.
Any other use has to be considered incorrect and therefore
dangerous.
The manufacturer declines any liability for damages caused
by wrong, incorrect or irrational use of the appliance.

IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS AND ADVICE FOR THE USE OF


ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
The use of any electrical appliance requires the compliance with some basic rules,
namely:
– do not touch the appliance with wet or damp hands (or feet)
– do not use the appliance bare feet
– do not allow the appliace to be operated by children or disabled without overseeing.
The manufacturer cannot be deemed responsible for damages caused by wrong or incor-
rect use.

Read the instructions carefully before installing and using the appliance.

CAUTION: this apparatus must only be installed in a permanently ventilated room in


compliance with the applicable regulations.

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IMPORTANT PRECAUTIONS ● Fire risk! Do not store flammable
material in the oven or in the
AND RECOMMENDATIONS accessory drawer.
After having unpacked the appliance, ● Make sure that electrical cables
check to ensure that it is not damaged connecting other appliances in the
and that the oven door closes correctly. proximity of the cooker cannot come
In case of doubt, do not use it and into contact with the hob or become
consult your supplier or a professionally entrapped in the oven door.
qualified technician. ● Do not line the oven walls with
Packing elements (i.e. plastic bags, aluminium foil. Do not pace baking
polystyrene foam, nails, packing straps, trays or the drip tray on the base of
etc.) should not be left around within the oven chamber.
easy reach of children, as these may ● The manufacturer declines all liability
cause serious injuries. for injury to persons or damage to
● Do not attempt to modify the technical property caused by incorrect or
characteristics of the appliance as improper use of the appliance.
this may cause danger to users. ● The various components of the
● Do not carry out cleaning or appliance are recyclable. Dispose of
maintenance operations on the them in accordance with the
appliance without having previously regulations in force in your country. If
disconnected it from the electric the appliance is to be scrapped, cut
power supply. off the power cord.
● If you should decide not to use this
appliance any longer (or decide to
substitute an older model), before
disposing of it, it is recommended that
it be made inoperative in an
appropriate manner in accordance to
health and environmental protection
regulations, ensuring in particular that
all potentially hazardous parts be FIRST USE THE OVEN
made harmless, especially in relation
It is advised to follow these
to children who could play with
instructions:
unused appliances.
● After use, ensure that the knobs are – Clean the interior of the oven with
in off position. cloth soaked in water and detergent
(neutral) then dry carefully.
● Do not allow children or other
unqualified people to use the – Furnish the interior of the oven by
appliance without your supervision. placing the wire racks as described
● During and after use of the cooker, at chapter “Cleaning and
certain parts will become very hot. Do maintenance”.
not touch hot parts. – Insert shelves and tray.
● Keep children away from the cooker – Empty the oven and close the door.
when it is in use. Heat the oven at the maximum
● Some appliances are supplied with a temperature setting for around two
protective film on steel and aluminium hours to eliminate the odour of
parts. This film must be removed grease and fumes from the
before using the appliance. manufacturing process. Make sure
that the kitchen is well ventilated
and do not remain in the room
during this process.
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1 COOKING HOBS
– Cookers – Cookers
mod. 66 X 640 (inox) - 66 X 640 IS (inox) mod. 66 X 440 (inox)
mod. 66 W 640 (white) Fig. 1.1 mod. 66 W 440 (white) Fig. 1.3

2 2 6 7

1 3 5 4

Fig. 1.2
– Cookers
mod. 66 X 630 (inox)
4 2
mod. 66 W 630 (white)
mod. 66 X 630 IS (inox)

– Cookers
mod. 66 X 130 (inox)
mod. 66 W 130 (white)
1 3
mod. 66 X 330 IS (inox)

TECHNICAL FEATURES
– Gas cookers: Cat: I 3+

COOKING HOB 4. Electrical plate - rapid Ø 145 - 1500 W


1. Auxiliary burner (A) 1,00 kW 5. Electrical plate - normal Ø 220 - 2000 W
2. Semi-rapid burner (SR) - 1,75 kW 6. Electrical plate - normal Ø 145 - 1000 W
7. Electrical plate - rapid Ø 180 - 2000 W
3. Triple ring burner (TR) - 3,50 kW
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2 CONTROL PANELS

Fig. 2.1 mod. 66 X 640 (inox) - 66 W 640 (white)- 66 X 640 IS (inox)

0 0

5
0
1

0
1
2
3

4
0
4

0
2
0

5
1

9 6
8 7 30

16 15 14 6 5 4 3 2 1

Fig. 2.2 mod. 66 X 630 (inox) - 66 W 630 (white)

0 0

1
6
5
0
1

0
1
2 3

2
5
4
0
4

0
2
0

5
1

9 6 3
8 7 30 4

16 15 14 6 5 4 10 2 1

Fig. 2.3 mod. 66 X 130 (inox) - 66 W 130 (white)

18 17
0 0 0
1
6
5
0
1

0
1
2
3

2
5
4
0
9

0
4

8
5 7 3
6 30 4

7 5 4 10 2 1 16

Fig. 2.4 mod. 66 X 440 (inox) - 66 W 440 (white)

18 17
0 0 0 0 0 0
1

1
6

6
5
0
1

0
1
2
3

2
5

5
4
0
9

0
4

8
5 7 3 3 3 3
6 30 4 4 4 4

6 7 5 11 10 9 8
CONTROL PANELS

Fig. 2.5 mod. 66 X 630 IS (inox)

17
0 0

1
6
5
0
1

0
1
2
3

2
5
4
0
4

0
2
0

5
1

9 6 3
8 7 30 4

15 14 6 5 4 10 2 1

Fig. 2.6 mod. 66 X 330 IS (inox)

18 17
0 0
0

1
5

6
5
0

0
1
250
100

2
5
4
0

0
2

2
0
0 0 3
15 30 4

13 12 5 4 10 2 1

CONTROL PANEL - Controls description Pushbuttons:


14. Oven light switch
1. Front right burner control knob
15. Rotisserie switch
2. Rear right burner control knob 16. Electronic ignition pushbutton
3. Rear left burner control knob
(Not for model 66 X 640 IS)
4. Front left burner control knob
17. Electrical plate indicator light
5. 60’ alarm knob
18. Oven thermostat indicator light
6. Gas oven/grill control knob
7. Electric oven/grill control knob
8. Front right electrical plate control knob
9. Rear right electrical plate control knob
10. Rear left electrical plate control knob
NOTE: mod. 66 X 630 IS (inox)
11. Front left electrical plate control knob 66 X 640 IS (inox)
12. Multifunction oven thermostat knob 66 X 330 IS (inox)
13. Multifunction oven switch knob
✓ The electric ignition is incorporated in
the knobs.

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3 USE OF COOKING HOB

GAS BURNERS
Each burner is controlled by a gas tap
assuring the opening and the closing of
the gas supply.
Make the lever of the knob match with
the indicator on the control panel to
obtain:

– symbol ● : off

– symbol or : full on
(nominal rate)
Fig. 3.1a
– symbol : reduced rate

- To light one of the gas burners, hold a


flame (i.e. a match) close to the top
part of the burner, push in and turn
the relative knob in an anti-clockwise
direction to the large flame symbol
(i.e. max. gas flow).
- To reduce the gas flow to minimum,
rotate the knob further anti-clockwise
to the small flame symbol.
- The maximum aperture position
permits rapid boiling of liquids, Fig. 3.1b
whereas the minimum aperture
position allows slower warming of
food or maintaining boiling conditions
of liquids.
- Other intermediate operating
adjustments can be achieved by
positioning the indicator between the
maximum and minimum aperture
positions, and never between the
maximum aperture and closed
positions.

Fig. 3.2
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ELECTRIC SPARK IGNITION LIGHTING GAS BURNERS FITTED
Models with electronic ignition WITH SAFETY VALVE DEVICE
pushbutton Models with electronic ignition
pushbutton
To light the burner you have to rotate
the knob (fig. 3.2) corresponding to the To the light the burners:
specific burner to the maximum flame
position (large flame symbol) and press 1 – Press in the corresponding knob
the ignition button marked by the symbol and turn counter-clockwise (fig. 3.2)
(fig. 3.3). to the full flame position marked by
the symbol (fig. 3.1a) and hold
The sparks produced by the electrodes the knob in until the flame has been
situated next to the burner will light the lit.
selected burner.
2 – Press the electronic ignition push-
button (fig. 3.3); or, in case of power
If conditions of the local gas supply
cut, press the knob and approach a
makes it difficult to light the gas burner
flame to the burner.
with the knob set to the high flame posi-
tion, rotate the knob to the lower flame 3 – Wait for about ten seconds after the
position and repeat the ignition. gas burner has been lit before
letting go of the knob (valve
In the case of a mains failure light the activation delay);
burner with a match or lighted taper. 4 – Adjust the gas valve to the desired
position.

If the burner flame should go out for


some reason, the safety valve will
automatically stop the gas flow.
To re-light the burner, return the knob to
the closed ● position, wait for at least
1 minute and then repeat the lighting
procedure.
If your local gas supply makes it difficult
to light the burner with the knob set to
maximum, set the knob to minimum and
repeat the operation.

Caution!
the cooking hob becomes very hot
during operation.
Fig. 3.3 Keep children well out of reach.
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LIGHTING GAS BURNERS FITTED CHOICE OF THE BURNER
WITH SAFETY VALVE DEVICE On the control panel, near every knob,
Models with electric ignition there is a diagram that indicates which
incorporated in the knob burner is controlled by that knob.
The suitable burner must be chosen
To ignite the burner, the following according to the diameter and the
instructions are to be followed: capacity used.
As an indication, the burners and the
1) Press in the corresponding knob and pots must be used in the following way:
turn counter-clockwise (fig. 3.2 to the
full flame position marked by the
symbol (fig. 3.1b) and hold the knob
in until the flame has been lit. DIAMETERS OF PANS WHICH MAY BE USED
In the case of a mains failure light the ON THE HOBS
burner with a match or lighted taper. BURNERS MINIMUM MAX.
2) Wait for about ten seconds after the Auxiliary 12 cm 14 cm
gas burner has been lit before letting
go of the knob (valve activation Semirapid 16 cm 24 cm
delay). Triple-ring 26 cm 28 cm
3) Adjust the gas valve to the desired do not use pans with concave or convex bases
position.
If the burner flame should go out for
some reason, the safety valve will
automatically stop the gas flow. It is important that the diameter of the
To re-light the burner, return the knob to pot be suitable to the potentiality of the
the closed ● position, wait for at least burner so as not to compromise the high
1 minute and then repeat the lighting output of the burners and therefore
procedure. energy waste.
If your local gas supply makes it difficult A small pot on a large burner does not
to light the burner with the knob set to give you a boiling point in a shorten
maximum, set the knob to minimum and amount of time since the capacity of
repeat the operation. heat absorption of a liquid mass
depends on the volume and the surface
of the pot.

N.B. When the cooker is not being


used, set the gas knobs to their
closed positions and also close
the cock valve on the gas bottle
or the main gas supply line. Fig. 3.4
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CORRECT USE OF TRIPLE-RING BURNER
The flat-bottomed pans are to be placed directly onto the pan-support.

To use the WOK you need to place the proper stand in order to avoid any faulty operation
of the triple-ring burner (Figs. 3.5 - 3.6).

WRONG CORRECT

Fig. 3.5 Fig. 3.6

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ELECTRIC HOTPLATE PROPER USE OF THE ELECTRIC
HOTPLATE (fig. 3.8)
NORMAL HOTPLATE When the pan comes to the boil, turn the
heat down to the level desired.
To turn on the electric hotplate, rotate
the knob to the desired setting. Remember that the hotplate will continue
The numbers from 1 to 6 indicate the to produce heat for about five minutes
operating positions with increasing num- after it has been turned off.
ber corresponding to higher temperature While using the electric hotplate, you
settings (fig. 3.7). must:
– avoid keeping it on without something
on it;
– avoid pouring liquids on it while it is
hot;
– use flat-bottomed (electric hotplate
RAPID HOTPLATE (red dot) type) pots and pans only
The rapid hotplate control knob is similar – use cooking receptacles which cover
to that of the normal hotplate, with 6 as much of the surface of the hotplate
selectable heating positions (3.7). as possible.
– to save electricity, use lids whenever
The characteristics of this hotplate,
possible.
which is also equipped with a thermosta-
– never cook food directly on the hot-
tic cut-off device, make it possible to:
plate: always use a pan or suitable
– achieve the cooking temperature container.
rapidly An indicator light located close to the
– make full use of its output power using control knob signals that the hotplate is
flat-bottomed pans operating
– limit the output power with unsuitable
saucepans.

0
1
6

2
5

3
4

Fig. 3.7 Fig. 3.8


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ELECTRIC HOTPLATE
USAGE TABLE

1 Position
of switch TYPE OF COOKING
0 Switched OFF
2 1 For melting operations
2 (butter, chocolate).

To maintain food hot and to


3 2 heat small quantities of
liquid (sauces, eggs).

To heat bigger quantities; to


3 whip creams and sauces.
4 (vegetables, fruits, soups).

Slow boiling, i.e.: boiled


meats, spaghetti, soups,
3
continuations of steam,
5 4 cooking of roasts, stews,
potatoes.

For every kind of frying,


6 4 cutlets, uncovered cooking,
i.e.: risotto.

Browning of meats, roasted


4 potatoes, fried fish, omelet-
5 tes, and for boiling large
quantities of water.
Heating

6 Fast frying, grilled steaks,


etc.

Cooking

Roasting-frying
After a short period of use, experience
will teach you which setting is the right
one for your needs.
Fig. 3.9
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4 GAS OVEN

mod. 66 X 640 (inox) - 66 W 640 (white)


mod. 66 X 630 (inox) - 66 W 630 (white)
mod. 66 X 630 IS (inox) - 66 X 640 IS (inox)

1
The glass on the oven door reaches

2
high temperatures during operation.
Keep children away.

3
4
0
5

1
9 6
GENERAL FEATURES Fig. 4.1a
8 7

The oven is furnished completely clean;


it is advisable, however, upon first use,
to turn the oven on to the maximum tem-
perature (position 10) ou (position )
to eliminate possible traces of grease
from the oven burner.
The same operation should be followed
for grill burner.
The gas oven is provided with two

1
burners:

2
– One gas burner (wattage: 3,70 kW),

3
located at the bottom, providing safety

4
device.
0

5
1

– One gas grill (wattage: 2,50 kW), placed 9 6


on the top, providing safety device. 8 7

Fig. 4.1b

OVEN BURNER
It carries out normal “oven cooking”.
The gas flow to the burner is regulated
by a thermostat which allow to maintain
the oven temperature constant.
The control of the temperature is
assured by a thermostatic probe posi-
tioned inside the oven.
The probe must be always kept in its
housing, in a clean condition, as an
incorrect position or encrustment may
cause an alteration in the control of the Fig. 4.2
temperature.
Moreover, the thermostat is fitted with a
safety valve which automatically shuts
off the gas supply when the flame goes The cooker lid must be kept
out. open when the gas oven / gas
grill is in use.
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IGNITION OF THE OVEN BURNER Models with electric ignition
incorporated in the knob
ATTENTION: Never turn the thermostat 2) Lightly press and turn the thermostat
before pressing the ignition button or knob anti-clockwise (fig. 4.2) to max
before approaching a flame to the hole position “ ” (fig. 4.1b).
“A” of the floor of the oven.
3) Press the knob right down to prime
the electric ignition.
1 – Open the oven door to the full
In case of power cut, press the knob
extent.
and immediately approach a lighted
WARNING: Risk of explosion!
match to the opening “A” (fig. 4.4).
The oven door must be open dur-
ing this operation.

Never continue this operation for


Models with electronic ignition more than 15 seconds. If the
pushbutton burner has still not ignited, wait
for about 1 minute prior to
2 – Press the button marked with a star
repeating the ignition.
symbol (fig. 4.3) and keep
pressed until the oven burner 4 – After lighting the burner, wait a few
ignites. seconds before releasing the knob
To light the oven burner manually, (until the safety valve stays open).
approach a flame to the hole “A” of 5 – Gently close the oven door and set
the oven floor (fig. 4.4). the oven control knob to the
required temperature.
3 – Press in the oven control knob (fig.
4.1a) and turn counter-clockwise If the flame extinguishes for any reason,
(fig. 4.2) to position 10. Keep the the safety valve will automatically shut
knob pressed. off the gas supply to the burner.
To re-light the burner, first turn the oven
control knob to position ●, wait for at
least 1 minute and then repeat the
lighting procedure.

Fig. 4.3 Fig. 4.4


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THERMOSTAT OVEN COOKING
Before introducing the food, preheat the
The numbers 1 to 10 printed on the oven to the desired temperature.
knob (fig. 4.1a - 4.1b) indicate the For a correct preheating operation, it is
increasing oven temperature value (see advisable to remove the tray from the
table 4.5). oven and introduce it together with the
To regulate the temperature, set the food, when the oven has reached the
chosen number onto the control panel desired temperature.
indicator (or onto the knob indicator). Check the cooking time and turn off the
oven 5 minutes before the theoretical
time to recuperate the stored heat.

For efficient oven preheating, we


recommend that grill trays and COOKING EXAMPLES
racks are removed from the oven Temperatures and times are
and replaced after about 15 approximate as they vary depending on
minutes. the quality and amount of food.

Remember to use ovenproof dishes and


to adjust the oven temperature during
cooking if necessary.

DISHES TEMPERATURE

Lasagne 190°
Baked pasta 190°
Pizza 220°
Creole rice 190°
Baked onions 190°
Spinach crêpes 185°
Potatoes baked in milk 185°
Table 4.5 Stuffed tomatoes 180°
Cheese soufflé 170°
Roast veal 180°
Grilled veal chops 210°
Chicken breasts with tomato 180°
Grilled chicken - roast chicken 190°
Veal loaf 175°
Roast beef 170°
Fillet of sole 175°
Aromatic hake 170°
Beignets 160°
Ring cake 150°
Plum tart 170°
Jam tartlets 160°
Sponge cake 170°
Sweet dough 160°
Sweet puffs 170°
Plain sponge cake 170°
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IGNITION OF THE GRILL BURNER
Model with electric ignition incor-
IMPORTANT: the oven door must be porated in the knob
open during this operation. 2) Lightly press and turn the thermostat
1 – Open the oven door to the full knob clockwise to the position
extent. (fig. 4.9).
WARNING: Risk of explosion! The 3) Press the knob firmly until the burner
oven door must be open during lights.
this operation. In case of mains failure, press the knob
firmly and put a lighted match or taper
Models with electronic ignition to the pipe of the burner (fig. 4.8).
pushbutton
2 – Press the button marked
with a star symbol Never continue this operation for
(fig. 4.6) and keep more than 15 seconds. If the
pressed until the grill burner has still not ignited, wait
ignites. To light the grill for about 1 minute prior to
manually, apply a flame repeating the ignition.
to pipe of the grill burn- 4 – After lighting the burner, wait a few
er (fig. 4.8). seconds before releasing the knob
3 – Press in the oven con- (until the safety valve stays open).
trol knob (fig. 4.7) and Do not close completely the oven
turn clockwise to the door. The grill must always be used
position marked by the Fig. 4.6 with the oven door slightly open
symbol . (Fig. 4.9).
Keep the knob pressed. The oven door must always be kept
half-open when the grill is in opera-
tion. See specific instructions in the sec-
tion ‘USE OF THE GRILL’.
If the flame extinguishes for any reason,
the safety valve will automatically shut
off the gas supply to the burner.
To re-light the burner, first turn the oven
control knob to position ●, wait for at
least 1 minute and then repeat the
lighting procedure.
Fig. 4.7
9 10
8

1
7

2
6 3
5 4
Fig. 4.8 Fig. 4.9
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USE OF THE GRILL OVEN LIGHT
Very important: the grill must always The cooker is equipped with a light that
be used with the oven door ajar (Fig. illuminates the oven to enable visually
4.10). controlling the food that is cooking.
Mount shield “A” which serves to protect This light is controlled by a switch on the
the control panel from the heat. control panel (fig. 4.11).
Turn on the grill, as explained in the pre-
ceding paragraphs and let the oven pre-
heat for about 5 minutes with the door
ajar.
Introduce the food to be cooked, posi-
tioning the rack as close to the grill as
possible.
The dripping pan should be placed
under the rack to catch the cooking
juices and fats.

Note: It is recommended that you do


not grill for longer than 30 minutes at
any one time.

Fig. 4.11
Attention: the oven door
becomes very hot during opera-
tion.
Keep children away.

OPERATING THE ROTISSERIE


The spit roaster is operated by pressing
the relative pushbutton (fig. 4.12).

NE
ZO
T
HO

Fig. 4.10 Fig. 4.12


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ROTISSERIE (Fig. 4.13)
This device is made up of:
– an electrical motor mounted on the
rear part of the oven
– stainless steel spit with a removable
stay-cool handle and two adjustable
sets of prongs
– spit support to be inserted in the
central guide of the oven.
This spit roaster is operated by the
switch indicated by the symbol on
the control panel.

Fig. 4.13

USE OF THE ROTISSERIE


Very important: the rotisserie must
always be used with the oven door
ajar and with shield “A” mounted
(Fig. 4.10).
– Insert the tray into the lowest rack
holders of the oven and insert the rod
support into the intermediate rack
holders.
– Put the meat to be cooked onto the
rod, being careful to secure it in the
center with the special forks.
– Insert the rod into the motor opening
and rest it onto the support of the spit
collar; then remove the grip by turning
it to the left.

Very important: always use with the


door ajar.
Attention: the oven door becomes
very hot during operation.
Keep children away.
It is recommended that you do not
grill for longer than 30 minutes at any
one time.

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5 CONVECTION OVEN
mod. 66 X 130 (inox) - 66 W 130 (white)
66 X 440 (inox) - 66 W 440 (white)
ELECTRICAL THERMOSTAT
Turn on the oven or grill elements by tur-
ning the switch that is also provided with a
The glass on the oven door thermostat to control the oven temperature.
reaches high temperatures dur- On the control knob (fig. 5.1), other than
ing operation. the “0” position (off), are numbers 1 to 9
Keep children away. which indicate the oven temperature
value with the temperature increase
according to the number (Table 5.2).
GENERAL FEATURES
The oven is furnished completely clean; The switch/thermostat symbols indicate:
it is advisable, however, upon first use,
to turn the oven on to the maximum tem- – Position = Light the oven lamp
perature to eliminate possible traces of
grease on the heating elements. – Position “0” = off

The convection oven is equipped with 3 – Positions from “1” to “9”= simultaneous
electrical heating elements: operation of the 2 elements, as indica-
ted in Table 5.2.
– 2 elements (upper and lower) for nor- The elements will turn on and off auto-
mal oven cooking matically depending on the temperatu-
– 1 grill element, on the top of the oven, re required commanded by the ther-
for grilling which must be done with mostat.
the oven door slightly open and with The automatic turning on and off of the
the protection shield for the control elements is signalled by a light near
panel mounted. the knob.

– Position = grill in operation (see


The input of the elements is: specific paragraph).
– Upper element, 1000 W
– Lower element, 1400 W
– Grill element, 2000 W Table 5.2

0
1
23

9
4

8
5 7
6

Fig. 5.1
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OVEN COOKING ELECTRICAL GRILL
The grill element has got 2000 W input
To cook, before introducing the food,
and is controlled by the switch/thermo-
preheat the oven to the desired tempera-
ture. stat by positioning the symbol of the
knob onto the control panel indicator.
When the oven has reached the desired
temperature, introduce the food, control USE OF THE GRILL
the cooking time and tum off the oven 5
minutes before the theoretical time to
recuperate the stored heat Remember to keep children
away from the appliance when
you use the grill or oven, since
Some dishes are listed below as exam- these parts become very hot.
ples with cooking temperatures in °C.
Cooking times vary depending on quanti-
ties. Very important: the grill must always
be used with the oven door slightly
open (fig. 5.3).
DISH TEMPERATURE Mount shield “A” which permits to pro-
tect the control panel from the heat.
Lasagne 190° Turn on the grill, as explained in the pre-
Baked pasta 190° ceding paragraphs and let the oven
Pizza 220° preheat for about 5 minutes with the
door slightly open.
Creole rice 190°
Introduce the food to be cooked, positio-
Baked onions 190° ning the rack as close to the grill as pos-
Spinach crêpes 185° sible.
Potatoes baked in milk 185° The dripping pan should be placed
Stuffed tomatoes 180° under the rack to catch the cooking
juices and fats.
Cheese soufflé 170°
Roast veal 180° Note: It is recommended that you do
Grilled veal chops 210° not grill for longer than 30 minutes at
Chicken breasts with tomato 180° any one time.
Grilled chicken - roast chicken 190°
Veal loaf 175°
Roast beef 170°
Fillet of sole 175° A
Aromatic hake 170°
Beignets 160° NE
ZO
Ring cake 150° T
HO
Plum tart 170°
Jam tartlets 160°
Sponge cake 170°
Sweet dough 160°
Sweet puffs 170°
Plain sponge cake 170°
Fig. 5.3
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ROTISSERIE (Fig. 5.4) OVEN LIGHT
The oven is equipped with a rotisserie for The oven is equipped with a light that
cooking on the spit using the grill. illuminates the oven to enable visually
This device is made up of: controlling the food that is cooking.
– an electrical motor mounted on the rear This light remains on during all cooking
part of the oven modes.
– a stainless steel rod, equipped with a
detachable athermic grip and 2 record-
able forks
– a rod support to be inserted into the
central rack holders of the oven.
The rotisserie motor is operated by the
oven switch (position grill).

USE OF THE ROTISSERIE


Very important: the rotisserie must
always be used with the oven door
ajar and with shield “A” mounted
(Fig. 5.3).
– Insert the tray into the lowest rack
holders of the oven and insert the rod
support into the intermediate rack
holders.
– Put the meat to be cooked onto the
rod, being careful to secure it in the
center with the special forks.

– Insert the rod into the motor opening


and rest it onto the support of the spit
collar; then remove the grip by turning
it to the left.

The rotation direction of the rotisserie


can be either clockwise or counter-
clockwise.

Very important: always use with the


door ajar.
Attention: the oven door becomes
very hot during operation.
Keep children away.
It is recommended that you do not
grill for longer than 30 minutes at any
one time.

Fig. 5.4
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6 MULTIFUNCTION ELECTRIC OVEN

mod. 66 X 330 IS (inox) OPERATING PRINCIPLES


Heating and cooking in the MULTI-
Attention: the oven door becomes FUNCTION oven are obtained in the fol-
very hot during operation. lowing ways:
Keep children away.
a. by normal convection
The heat is produced by the upper and
lower heating elements.
GENERAL FEATURES
As its name indicates, this is an oven b. by forced convection
that presents particular features from an A fan sucks in the air contained in the
operational point of view. oven muffle, which sends it through
In fact, it is possible to insert 7 different the circular heating element and then
programs to satisfy every cooking need. sends it back through the muffle.
Before the hot air is sucked back again
The 7 positions, thermostatically con- by the fan to repeat the described
trolled, are obtained by 4 heating ele- cycle, it envelops the food in the oven,
ments which are: provoking a complete and rapid cook-
ing.
- Lower element 1400 W
It is possible to cook several dishes
- Upper element 1000 W simultaneously.
- Grill element 2000 W
- Circular element 2500 W c. by semi-forced convection
The heat produced by the upper and
lower heating elements is distributed
throughout the oven by the fan.
NOTE: d. by radiation
Upon first use, it is advisable to operate The heat is irradiated by the infra red
the oven for 60 minutes in the position grill element.
with the thermostat knob set to 250°C
e. by radiation and ventilation
and for another 15 minutes (thermostat
The irradiated heat from the infra red
knob on position 200) in the positions grill element is distributed throughout
and , to eliminate possible traces of the oven by the fan.
grease on the heating elements.
Clean the oven and accessories with f. by ventilation
warm water and washing-up liquid. The food is defrosted by using the fan
only function without heat.

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0
5

250
100
2
0
0 0
15
Fig. 6.1 Fig. 6.2

FUNCTION SELECTOR KNOB (Fig. 6.1) OVEN LIGHT


Rotate the knob clockwise to set the
oven for one of the following functions. By turning the knob onto this setting (see
picture aside) we light the oven cavity.
The oven remains alight while any of the
THERMOSTAT KNOB (Fig. 6.2) functions is on.
This only sets the cooking temperature
and does not switch the oven on. Rotate
clockwise until the required temperature
is reached (from 50 to 250° C) (see table
6.3).
The temperature indicator light signals TRADITIONAL CONVECTION
when the heating elements are switched COOKING
on or switched off.
The upper and lower heating elements
are switched on. The heat is diffused by
Table 6.3 natural convection and the temperature
must be regulated between 50° C and
250° C with the thermostat knob.
It is necessary to preheat the oven
before introducing the foods to be
cooked.
Recommended for:
For foods which require the same cook-
ing temperature both internally and
externally, i. e. roasts, spare ribs, etc.

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GRILLING HOT AIR COOKING

The infra-red heating element is switched The circular element and the fan are on.
on. The heat is diffused by radiation. The heat is diffused by forced convec-
Use with the oven door closed and tion and the temperature must be regu-
the thermostat knob to position 225°C lated between 50° and 250 °C with the
for 15 minutes, then to position 175°C. thermostat knob.
For correct use see chapter “USE OF THE It is not necessary to preheat the oven.
GRILL”.
It is recommended that you do not Recommended for:
grill for longer than 30 minutes at any For foods that must be well done on the
one time. outside and tender or rare on the inside,
Attention: the oven door becomes i. e. lasagna, lamb, roast beef, whole
very hot during operation. fish, etc.
Keep children away.

Recommended for:
Intense grilling action for cooking with the
broiler; browning, crisping, “au gratin”,
toasting, etc.

DEFROSTING FROZEN FOODS VENTILATED GRILL COOKING


Only the oven fan is on.
The infra-red ray grill and the fan are on.
To be used with the thermostat knob on
The heat is mainly diffused by radiation
“●” because the other positions have no
and the fan then distributes it throughout
effect.
the oven.
The defrosting is done by simple ventila-
The temperature must be regulated
tion without heat.
between 50° and 175°C max. with the
thermostat knob. It is necessary to pre-
Recommended for:
heat the oven for about 5 minutes.
To rapidly defrost frozen foods; 1 kilo-
For correct use see chapter “GRILLING
gram requires about one hour. The
AND AU GRATIN.
defrosting times vary according to the
quantity and type of foods to be defrost- Grilling with the oven door closed.
ed. It is recommended that you do not
grill for longer than 30 minutes at any
one time.
Attention: the oven door becomes
very hot during operation.
Keep children away.

Recommended for:
For grill cooking when a fast outside
browning is necessary to keep the juices
in, i. e. veal steak, steak, hamburger, etc.

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MAINTAINING TEMPERATURE COOKING ADVICE
AFTER COOKING OR SLOWLY
HEATING FOODS
STERILIZATION
The upper element and the circular ele- Sterilization of foods to be conserved, in
ment connected in series, are switched full and hermetically sealed jars, is done
on; also the fan is on. The heat is dif- in the following way:
fused by forced convection with the
most part being produced by the upper a. Set the switch to position
element. b. Set the thermostat knob to position
The temperature must be regulated 185 °C and preheat the oven.
between 50° and 140 °C with the ther- c. Fill the dripping pan with hot water.
mostat knob.
d. Set the jars onto the dripping pan
Recommended for: making sure they do not touch each
To keep foods hot after cooking. other and the door and set the ther-
To slowly heat already cooked foods. mostat knob to position 135 °C.
When sterilization has begun, that is,
when the contents of the jars start to
bubble, turn off the oven and let cool.

CONVECTION COOKING WITH REGENERATION


VENTILATION Set the switch to position and the
thermostat knob to position
The upper and lower heating elements 150° C.
and the fan turn on. Bread becomes fragrant again if wet with
The heat coming from the top and bot- a few drops of water and put into the
tom is diffused by forced convection. oven for about 10 minutes at the highest
The temperature must be regulated temperature.
between 50° and 250° C with the ther-
mostat knob.

Recommended for:
For foods of large volume and quantity
which require the same internal and
external degree of cooking; for ex: rolled
roasts, turkey, legs, cakes, etc.

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SIMULTANEOUS COOKING OF GRILLING AND “AU GRATIN”
DIFFERENT FOODS Grilling may be done without the roast-
The MULTI-FUNCTION oven set on ing jack on position of the switch,
position and consents a simulta- because the hot air completely envelops
the food that is to be cooked.
neous heterogeneous cooking of differ-
Set the thermostat to position 175 °C
ent foods. and after having preheated the oven,
Different foods such as fish, cake and simply place the food on the rack.
meat can be cooked together without Close the door and let the oven oper-
mixing the smells and flavors together. ate with the thermostat on position 50
This is possible since the fats and vapors and 175 °C, until grilling is done.
are oxidized while passing through the Adding a few dabs of butter before the
electrical element and therefore are not end of the cooking time gives the golden
deposited onto the foods. “au gratin” effect.
The only precaution to follow are:
– The cooking temperatures of the differ- Grilling with the oven door closed.
ent foods must be as close to as possi- It is recommended that you do not
ble, with a maximum difference of 20° grill for longer than 30 minutes at any
- 25 °C. one time.
– The introduction of the different dishes Attention: the oven door becomes
in the oven must be done at different very hot during operation.
times in relation to the cooking times of Keep children away.
each one.
The time and energy saved with this type
of cooking is obvious.

ROASTING USE OF THE GRILL


To obtain classical roasting, it is neces-
sary to remember: Turn on the grill as indicated in the previ-
– that it is advisable to maintain a tem- ous paragraph and leave to warm up for
perature between 180 and 200 °C. approximately 5 minutes with the door
– that the cooking time depends on the closed.
quantity and the type of foods. Introduce the food to be cooked, posi-
tioning the rack as close to the grill as
possible.
The dripping pan should be placed
under the rack to catch the cooking
juices and fats.
Grilling with the oven door closed.

Grilling with the oven door closed and


do not for longer than 30 minutes at
any one time.

Attention: the oven door becomes


very hot during operation.
Keep children away.

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OVEN COOKING COOKING EXAMPLES
Before introducing the food, preheat the Temperatures and times are
oven to the desired temperature. approximate as they vary depending on
For a correct preheating operation, it is the quality and amount of food.
advisable to remove the tray from the
oven and introduce it together with the Remember to use ovenproof dishes and
food, when the oven has reached the to adjust the oven temperature during
desired temperature. cooking if necessary.
Check the cooking time and turn off the
oven 5 minutes before the theoretical
time to recuperate the stored heat.
DISHES TEMPERATURE

Cakes 180°
Doughnuts 180°
Cheese soufflé 200°
Potatoes soufflé 200°
Roast veal 200°
Spinach crepes 200°
Potatoes in milk 200°
Chicken breasts in tomato 200°
Sole fish filet 200°
Whiting 200°
Cream puffs 200°
Plum pie 200°
Meat balls 200°
Veal meatloaf 200°
Grilled chicken - roast chicken 220°
Baked lasagna 220°
Roast beef 220°
Oven cooked pasta 220°
Lemon cake 220°
Rice creol 225°
Baked onions 225°
Stuffed potatoes 225°
Grilled veal joint 225°
Marrnalade pie 225°
Pound cake 225°
Turkish shishkebab 250°
Pizza with anchovies 250°

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7 MINUTE COUNTER GENERAL ADVICE
– When the appliance is not being
used, it is advisable to keep the gas
tap closed.
MINUTE COUNTER (Fig. 7.1) – Every now and then check to make
The minute counter is a timed acoustic sure that the flexible tube that
warning device which can be set for a connects the gas line or the gas
maximum of 60 minutes. cylinder to the appliance is in perfect
The knob (Fig. 7.1) must be rotated condition and eventually substitute it if
clockwise as far as the 60 minute posi- it shows signs of wearing or damage.
tion and then set to the required time by
– The periodical lubrication of the gas
rotating it anticlockwise.
taps must be done only by specialized
personnel.
– If a tap becomes stiff, do not force;
contact your local Service Centre.

– Important:
Before any operation of cleaning
and maintenance disconnect the
appliance from the electrical
network.

0
5
0

0
1

4
0

0
2

Do not use a steam cleaner


30
because the moisture can get into
the appliance thus make it unsafe.
Fig. 7.1
29
8 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

REGULATING OF THE BALANCE


THE LID MIGHT BREAK IF OVER- Lower the lid and check the correct bal-
HEATED ance. While opened at 45° it should
Do not close the cooker lid when hang up.
the burners or electric plates are The springs of the hinges can be adjust-
still hot and when the oven is on ed if necessary by turning the screws
or still hot. “R” clockwise (fig. 8.1).
Do not rest hot pans or heavy
objects on the cooker lid.
Remove any spillages from the
surface of the cooker lid before
opening.

GLASS LID
For cleaning purposes, the lid can be
easily removed upwards once taken to
the upright position. ENAMELLED PARTS
Should the hinges slip off, replace them
All the enamelled parts must be cleaned
in their housing being careful that:
with a sponge and soapy water or other
– The right housing must receive the non-abrasive products.
hinge marked “D” while the left hous- Dry preferably with a soft cloth.
ing must receive the hinge marked “S” Acidic substances like lemon juice,
(Fig. 8.1) tomato sauce, vinegar etc. can damage
the enamel if left too long.

STAINLESS STEEL, ALUMINIUM


PARTS AND SILK-SCREEN PRINTED
SURFACES
R Clean using an appropriate product.
Always dry thoroughly.
D
IMPORTANT: these parts must be
cleaned very carefully to avoid scratching
S and abrasion. You are advised to use a
soft cloth and neutral soap.
CAUTION: Do not use abrasive
substances or non-neutral detergents
as these will irreparably damage the
Fig. 8.1 protective surface.
30
BURNERS CORRECT REPLACEMENT OF THE
They can be removed and washed with BURNERS
soapy water only.
They will remain always perfect if It is very important to check that the
cleaned with products used for burner flame distributor F and the cap C
silverware. has been correctly positioned (see figs.
After cleaning or wash, check that 8.2 and 8.6) - failure to do so can cause
burner-caps and burner-heads are dry serious problems.
before placing them in the respective
housings. Check that the electrode “S” (fig. 8.2) is
always clean to ensure trouble-free
Note: To avoid damage to the electric sparking.
ignition do not use it when the
burners are not in place. Check that the probe “T” (fig. 8.2) next
to each burner is always clean to ensure
correct operation of the safety valves.
Both the probe and ignition plug must be
very carefully cleaned.

Fig. 8.3

A B
F
T

Fig. 8.2 Fig. 8.4


31
TRIPLE RING BURNER
The triple ring burner must be correctly positioned (see fig. 8.3); the burner rib must be
enter in their logement as shown by the arrow.
Then position the cap A and the ring B (fig. 8.4 - 8.5).
The burner correctly positioned must not rotate (fig. 8.4).

Fig. 8.5 Fig. 8.6


32
GAS TAPS OVEN DOOR AND DRAWER
In the event of operating faults in the gas The internal glass of the oven door can
taps, call the Service Department. be easily removed for cleaning by
unscrewing the two lateral fixing screws
(fig. 8.7).
HOT PLATE The drawer (fig. 8.8) comes out like a
normal drawer.
Foods burned on the hot plates must
always be cleaned dry.
Do not use water to avoid the forming of
rust.
Be careful with the central feeler of the
automatic plates, it must never be shi-
ned and must only be cleaned with a
damp cloth.
After its use, pour a bit of oil onto the
warm plate and rub with a cloth.

The cooktop becomes very hot


while in operation. Fig. 8.7
Keep children away.

Do not store flammable material in


the oven or in the drawer.

REPLACING THE OVEN LIGHT BULB


Switch the cooker off at the mains.
When the oven is cool unscrew and
replace the bulb with another one
resistant to high temperatures (300°C),
voltage 230 V (50 Hz), 15 W, E14.
Note: Oven bulb replacement is not
covered by your guarantee.
Fig. 8.8
33
INSIDE OF OVEN Advice for use and maintenance of
catalytic panels
This must be cleaned every time it is
used.
The catalytic panels are covered with
Remove and refit the side runner frames
special microporous enamel which
as described on the next chapter.
absorbs and does away with oil and fat
With the oven warm, wipe the inside
splashes during normal baking over
walls with a cloth soaked in very hot
200°C.
soapy water or another suitable product.
If, after cooking very fatty foods, the
The bottom of the oven (gas oven
panels remain dirty, operate the oven
cooker only), side runner frames, tray
“idling” on max temperature for about 30
and rack can be removed and washed
minutes.
in the sink.
These panels do not require to be clea-
ned, however it is advised to periodically
remove them from the oven (at least the
side panels) and to wash them with tepid
soapy water and then wipe off with a soft
OVEN FITTING OUT cloth.
– Hang up the wire racks “G” on the oven DO NOT CLEAN OR WASH THEM
walls. Interpose the catalytic panels WITH ABRASIVE PRODUCTS OR
“A” (fig. 8.9). WITH PRODUCTS CONTAINING
– Slide in, on the guides, the shelf and ACIDS OR ALKALIS.
the tray etc. (fig. 8.10).
The side panels are reversible and when
– To dismantle, operate in reverse
the catalytic microporous enamel degra-
order.
des, they can be turned to the other
side.

A G

Fig. 8.9 Fig. 8.10


34
Type A
REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
To facilitate oven cleaning, it is possible
to remove the door. L
Please follow the instructions carefully:
– Open the door completely.
– Push down the lever “L” and, keeping
it in this position, slowly close the
door in order to block the hinge.
– Grip the door (as indicated in fig.
8.12) and, while closing it, release the
two hinges as shown in fig. 8.13. Fig. 8.11

DOOR ASSEMBLY
– Grip the door with your hands placed
near the hinges and raise the levers
“H” with your forefingers (fig. 8.13).
– Insert the hinges in their position until
levers “H” are hooked.
– Open the door completely to obtain
the release of levers “L”. Fig. 8.12

Fig. 8.13
35
Type B Fig. 8.14A

REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR


The oven door can easily be removed as
follows:

– Open the door to the full extent (fig.


8.14A).

– Attach the retaining rings to the hooks


on the left and right hinges (fig. 8.14B).
Fig. 8.14B
– Hold the door as shown in fig. 8.14.

– Gently close the door and withdraw the


lower hinge pins from their location
(fig. 8.14C).

– Withdraw the upper hinge pins from


their location (fig. 8.14D).

– Rest the door on a soft surface.

– To replace the door, repeat the above


Fig. 8.14C
steps in reverse order.

Fig. 8.14D

Fig. 8.14
36
9 INSTALLATION

Advice for the installer


IMPORTANT
– Cooker installation must only be carried out by QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS and in
compliance with local safety standards. Failure to observe this rule will invalidate the
warranty.
The appliance must be installed in compliance with regulations in force in your country
and in observation of the manufacturer's instructions.

– The surfaces of adjacent furniture and walls must be capable of withstanding tempera-
tures in excess of 75˚C. If the cooker is installed adjacent to furniture which is higher
than the gas hob cooktop, a gap must be left between the side of the cooker and the
furniture.

– Some appliances are supplied with a protective film on steel and aluminium parts.
This film must be removed before using the cooker.

INSTALLATION
Gas cooker with gas oven has class
“2/1” overheating protection so that it
can be installed next to a cabinet.

Gas cooker with electric oven or elec-


tric cooker have type “X” overheating
protection so that it can be installed
next to a cabinet.
800 mm

500 mm

The cooker must be kept no less than 50


mm away from any side wall which
exceed the height of the cooktop (fig. 500 mm
9.1). in.
50 mm m
The appliance must be housed in heat
resistant units.
The walls of the units must be capable of
resisting temperatures of 75 °C above
room temperature.
Do not install the appliance near inflam-
mable materials (eg. curtains). Fig. 9.1
37
This appliance is not connected to a CHOOSING SUITABLE
device to evacuate the combustion SURROUNDINGS
products. This must be installed and
connected in conformity with the In the room chosen to accommodate the
installation rules in force. Pay special gas appliance, there must be an ade-
care to room ventilation as well. quate natural draft to allow combustion
of the gas.
The natural draft must be produced
directly by one or more vents made in
DISCHARGING PRODUCTS OF the external walls and providing a total
COMBUSTION opening of at least 100 cm2.
The vents must be positioned close to
Extractor hoods connected directly to the floor, preferably on the opposite side
the outside must be provided, to allow to the combustion discharge outlet and
the products of combustion of the gas must be designed in such a way that
appliance to be discharged (fig. 9.2). they cannot be obstructed either from the
If this is not possible, an electric fan may inside or the outside.
be used, attached to the external wall or When it is not possible to provide the
the window; the fan should have a necessary vents, the draft may be sup-
capacity to circulate air at an hourly rate plied from an adjacent room, ventilated
of 3-5 times the total volume of the in the required manner, provided it is not
kitchen (fig. 9.3). a bedroom or an area at risk.
The fan can only be installed if the room In this event, the door of the kitchen
has suitable vents to allow air to enter, must be opened to allow the draft to
as described under the heading enter the room.
“Choosing suitable surroundings”.

Extractor hood
for products of
H min 650 mm

combustion

Electric fan to
extract products
of combustion

Air vent
Air vent
Fig. 9.2 Fig. 9.3
38
10 GAS SECTION

The walls adjacent to the cooker Before installation, make sure that
must be of material resistant to heat. the local distribution conditions
(type of gas and its pressure) and
Cat: I 3+ the adjustment of this appliance
are compatible. The appliance
The appliance is predisposed and adjustment conditions are given on
adjusted to operate with the gas the plate or the label.
G30/G31

GAS CONNECTION
The connection must be executed by a
qualified tecnician according to the
relevant standards.

The appliance is predisposed and


calibrated to operate with the gas
indicated on the specifications plate.

Ensure that the room in which the


cooker is to be installed is adequately
ventilated, in compliance with applicable
regulations.
Connection to the gas supply pipe or
gas cylinder must be made in
accordance with the requirements of the
applicable regulations.
– Connect the cooker to the gas mains
utilizing rigid or flexible pipes.
– The connection must be executed to
the rear of appliance (left or right) (fig.
10.1); the pipe do not cross the cook-
er.
– The unused end inlet pipe of the cook-
er (left or right) must be closed with
Plug

Fig. 10.1
39
Use rigid or flexible connection pipes
which comply with applicable
regulations.
If a flexible hose is used, make sure that
it is pushed over the hose connector to
the full depth, and secured with a hose
clamp (not supplied).
If compression fittings are used, tighten
firmly using two spanners (fig. 10.2).

In particular, make sure that:


– the flexible hose does not come into
contact with any parts of the cooker
with surface temperatures in excess of
70˚K;
– the flexible hose does not exceed 75 Fig. 10.2
cm in length and does not come into
contact with sharp edges or corners;
– the hose is not under tension or IMPORTANT:
twisted and is not kinked or too tightly To replace the elbow it is necessary to
bent; operate with 2 spanners (fig. 10.2).
– the connection with rigid metal pipes
should not cause stresses to the gas After connecting to the mains, check
ramp. that the couplings are correctly
sealed, using soapy solution, but
– we advise replacing the gasket on the never a naked flame.
slightest sign of deformation or imper-
fection.
– the hose can easily be inspected
along its entire length to check its
condition; hoses should replaced after
a maximum of three years.
– the cylinder cock or the supply cock
immediately ahead of the appliance is
closed whenever the cooker is not in
use.

A
The fitting (fig. 10.3) is made up of: D
A - Gas train terminal fitting (rh or lh)
B - Hose connector for G30/G31 gas B
D - Gasket

Fig. 10.3
40
Gas maintenance
OPERATIONS TO BE EXECUTED FOR THE
REPLACEMENT OF THE INJECTORS OF
J
THE TOP BURNERS
The injectors are avilable from the After-
Sales Service.
The diameter is marked on the injector in
cents of millimetre.
Select the injectors to be replaced
according to the “Table for the choice of
the injectors” (next page).

To replace the injectors: Fig. 10.4


– Remove the gratings, the burner and
the covers;
– Using a wrench, substitute the nozzle F
injectors “J” (Fig. 10.4) with those
most suitable for the kind of gas for
which it is to be used.

The burners are conceived in such a


way so as not to require the
regulation of the primary air.

ADJUSTMENT OF THE MINIMUN OF Fig. 10.5a


THE TOP BURNERS
Considering that in the minimum position
the flame must have a length of about 4
mm and must remain lit even with a Models with electric ignition
brusque passage from the maximum incorporated in the knob
position to that of minimum.
The flame adjustment is done in the fol-
F
lowing way:
– Turn on the burner
– Tum the tap to the MINIMUM position
– Take off the knob
– With a small flat screwdriver turn the
screw F (Fig. 10.5a - 10.5b) to the cor-
rect regulation.

For G30 / G31 gas, tighten up the regu-


lation screw. Fig. 10.5b
41
TABLE FOR THE CHOICE OF THE INJECTORS Cat: I 3+

G 30/G 31
Nominal Reduced 28-30/37 mbar
power power
By-pass Ø injector Tube ring
BURNERS [kW] [kW]
[1/100 mm] [1/100 mm] opening [mm]
Auxiliary (A) 1,00 0,30 27 50 –
Semirapid (SR) 1,75 0,45 32 65 –
Triple-ring (TR) 3,50 1,50 65 95 –
Oven 3,70 1,00 48 92 Fully open
Grill 2,50 – – 80 Fully open

AIR VENT NECESSARY FOR GAS COMBUSTION = (2 m3/h x kW)


BURNERS Air vent necessary [m3/hr]
Auxiliary (A) 2,00
Semirapid (SR) 3,50
Triple-ring (TR) 7,00
Oven 7,40
Grill 5,00

42
OPERATIONS TO BE EXECUTED FOR
THE REPLACEMENT OF THE INJECTORS
OF THE OVEN AND GRILL BURNERS

a) oven burner

– Lift and remove the lower panel inside


the oven.

Fig. 10.6 – Remove the burner securing screw


(fig. 10.6)
– Withdraw the burner as shown in fig-
ure 10.7 and rest it inside the oven.
Take care not to damage the wire to
the ignition electrode and the safety
valve probe.
– Using a 7 mm box spanner, unscrew
the injector (indicated by the arrow in
fig. 10.7) and replace it by the proper
one according to the kind of gas.
Then replace the burner repeating the
above steps in reverse order.
Fig. 10.7

b) grill burner

– Remove the burner by unscrewing the


front screw (fig. 10.8).
Gently suspend the burner as shown
in figure 10.9. Be careful not to
damage the wire of the electric ignition
and the probe of the safety valve.
Fig. 10.8 – Using a 7 mm box spanner, replace
the injector (indicated by the arrow in
fig. 10.9) by the proper one according
to the kind of gas.
– Replace the burner repeating the
above steps in reverse order.

Fig. 10.9
43
PRIMARY AIR OF THE OVEN PRIMARY AIR OF THE GRILL
BURNER BURNER
With a screwdriver untighten the two With a screwdriver untighten the screw
screws (fig. 10.10) and move forward or (fig. 10.11) and turn the air ring to close
backward to close or open the air flow, or open the air flow, according to the Air
the air ring according to the Air Adjustment Table.
Adjustment Table. Light the burner and check the flames.
Light the burner and check the flames.

Fig. 10.10 Fig. 10.11


Ring opening

Ring opening

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ADJUSTMENT OF THE OVEN
BURNER MINIMUM G
This needs to be done only for the oven
burner (the grill is a fixed capacity) by
acting on the thermostat in the following
way:

– turn on the burner by setting the ther-


mostat knob on position 10
– remove the knob and unscrew the by-
pass screw (fig. 10.12a - 10.12b)
about three times by passing a small
flat screwdriver (Ø 3 mm blade, 100 Fig. 10.12a
mm length) through the panel opening
– re-mount the knob and let the oven
heat up for about 10 minutes, then
bring the knob to position 1 (minimum)
to operate the thermostat by-pass
– after having removed the knob again Models with electric ignition
and being very careful not to turn the incorporated in the knob
tap rod, slowly screw the by-pass
screws “G” (fig. 10.12a - 10.12b) until
you obtain a flame of 3-4 mm in height.

N.B. For G30/G31 the by-pass screw


must be fixed thoroughly.

Fig. 10.12b

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Flame Flame Flame LUBRICATION OF THE GAS TAPS
faulty in correct with excess The operations must be executed by a
primary air primary air qualified technician.
long, yellow clear short and sharp
and interior blue too blue interior
trembling cone cone tending to
detach

CAUSE

air regulating correct air regulating


tube, too distance of tube, too
closed the tube open

Flame correct

Flame faulty in
primary air

Flame with excess


primary air

IMPORTANT
All interventioni regarding installa-
tion maintenance and conversion
of the appliance must be fulfilled
with original factory parts.
The manufacturer declines any lia-
bility resulting from the non-com-
pliance of this obligation.
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11 ELECTRICAL SECTION

N.B. For connection to the mains, do


IMPORTANT: The cooker must be not use adapters, reducers or branch-
installed in accordance with the man- ing devices as they can cause over-
ufacturer’s instructions. heating and burning.
Incorrect installation, for which the
manufacturer accepts no responsibil- If the installation requires alterations to
ity, may cause damage to persons, the domestic electrical system or if the
animals and things. socket and appliance plug are incompat-
ible, call an expert.
He should also check that the socket
GENERAL cable section is suitable for the power
absorbed by the appliance.
– Connection to the mains must be car-
ried out by qualified personnel in
accordance with current regulations.
– The appliance must be connected to
the mains checking that the voltage
corresponds to the value given in the
rating plate and that the electrical
cable sections can withstand the load
specified on the plate.
– The appliance is supplied without a
power supply plug and therefore if
you are not connecting directly to the
mains, a standardized plug suitable
for the load must be fitted.
– The plug must be connected to an
earthed socket in compliance with
safety standards.
– The appliance can be connected
directly to the mains placing an
omnipolar switch with minimum open-
ing between the contacts of 3 mm
between the appliance and the mains.
– The power supply cable must not
touch the hot parts and must be posi-
tioned so that it does not exceed 75°C
at any point.
– Once the appliance has been
installed, the switch or socket must The connection of the appliance to
always be accessible. earth is mandatory.
– If the power supply cable is damaged it The manufacturer declines all respons-
must be substituted by a suitable cable ability for any inconvenience resulting
available in the after sales service. from the inobservance of this condi-
tion.

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CONNECTING THE NEW FEEDER – Connect the wires to the terminal
block “B” as shown in the diagram in
CABLE figure 11.3 - 11.4; or connect the
To connect the feeder cable to the cook- phase wires to the terminal block
er it is necessary to: “B”and the earth wire to the terminal
– Unscrew the screw that hold shield “A” PE as shown in figure 11.1 - 11.2.
behind the cooker (fig. 11.1).
– Distend the feeder cable and block it
– Mod. 66 X 440 (inox) - 66 W 440 (white) with cable clamp “D”.
Fitted with a 5-pole terminal block, – Re-mount shield “A” .
position the U bolts “C” onto terminal
block “B” (fig. 11.2) according to the
diagram in fig. 11.4.
– Feed the supply cable through the
cable clamp “D” (fig. 11.1 - 11.2).
The supply cable must be of a suitable
size for the current requirements of Before effecting any intervention on
the appliance; see the section “Feeder the electrical parts of the appliance,
cable section”. the connection to the network must
be interrupted.

;;;
;;;
1 2 3 4 5
;;
;;
;;
;;

B C

PE

D
B

N
L D

B PE

A A

Fig. 11.1 Fig. 11.2


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FEEDER CABLE SECTION
TYPE HO5RR-F
mod. 66 X 640 (inox) - 66 W 640 (white) - 66 X 640 IS (inox)

230 V 3 x 0,75 mm2 (*) (**)

mod. 66 X 630 (inox) - 66 W 630 (white)


66 X 630 IS (inox)

230 V 3 x 1 mm2 (*) (**)

mod. 66 X 130 (inox) - 66 W 130 (white)


66 X 330 IS (inox)

230 V 3 x 2,5 mm2 (**)

mod. 66 X 440 (inox) - 66 W 440 (white)


230 V 3 x 4 mm2 (**)
230 V3 4 x 2,5 mm2 (**)
400 V3N 5 x 1,5 mm2 (**)
400 V2N 4 x 2,5 mm2 (**)

(*) – Connection possible with plug and


outlet
(**) – Connection with wall box connection.

230 V 230 V 3
1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

230 V
L1 N (L2) PE L1 L2 L3 PE

L1 N PE 400 V 3N 400 V 2N
(L2) 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5

L1 L2 L3 N PE L1 L2 N PE
Fig. 11.3 Fig. 11.4
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The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for possible inaccuracies due to printing or transcrip-
tion errors in the present booklet.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make all modifications to its products deemed necessary for
manufacture or commercial reasons at any moment and without prior notice, without jeopardising
the essential functional and safety characteristics of the appliances.

Cod. 1101841
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