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CP 649 FT.2 CP 759 FT Cucina mista Istruzioni per l'uso e l'installazione Mixed cooker Instructions for use and installation Cuisinière mixte Instructions pour l'emploi et l'installation Gemengd fornuizen Instructies voor het gebruik en installeren Herd Gebrauchs- und Installationsanleitungen Fogão Misto Instruções para o uso e a instalação
1 WARNINGS THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE ONLY VALID FORTHE COUNTRIES OF DESTINATIONWHOSE SYMBOLS ARE SHOWN IN THE BOOKLET AND THE APPLIANCE RATING PLATE. Congratulations on choosing an Ariston appliance, which you will find is dependable and easy to use. We recommend you read though this booklet for the best performance and to extend the life of your appliance. Thank you. 1. This appliance has been designed for private, non- professional use in normal dwellings. 2. Read the recommendations in this instruction booklet carefully, as they give important advice regarding safe installation, use and maintenance. Keep this booklet in a safe place for further reference when required. 3. The oven accessories that may come into contact with food are made of materials which comply with the provisions set forth by the EEC Directive 89/109 of 21/ 12/88 and by Italian law decree no. 108 of 25/01/92. 4. After having removed the packaging, check that the appliance is intact. If in doubt, do not use the appliance and contact professionally qualified personnel.Never leave the packing components (plastic bags, foamed polystyrene, nails, etc.) within the reach of children, since they are a source of potential danger. 5. Some parts are covered with a removable scratch-proof film.Before using the appliance the film should be removed and the underlying part cleaned with a cloth and a non- abrasive household cleaning product. When switching on for the first time, it is advisable to heat the empty oven at maximum temperature for about 30 minutes to eliminate any residue from manufacture. 6. All installation and adjustment operations should be carried out by a qualified technician in accordance with the regulations in force. Specific indications are given in the section intended for the installer. 7. Before connecting the appliance, make sure that the data on the rating plate (situated on the rear part of the appliance and on the last page of the instruction booklet) correspond to those of the mains electricity and gas supplies. 8. During operation, the oven glass door and adjacent parts of the appliance become hot. Make sure, therefore, that children do not touch the appliance. 9. Check that the capacity of the electrical system and the power outlets are suitable for the maximum power of the appliance, indicated on the rating plate. If in doubt, consult a professionally qualified technician. 10. Periodically check the condition of the gas connection pipe and have it replaced by a qualified technician as soon as it shows any signs of wear or anomaly. 11. Under no circumstances should the user replace the power supply cable or the gas connection pipe of this appliance. In the event of damage or the necessity for replacement, only contact an authorised service centre. 12. Do not leave the appliance plugged in if it is not in use. Switch off the main switch and gas supply when you are not using the cooker. 13. The burners and the cast-iron pan supports remain hot for a long time after use. Take care not to touch them. 14. To avoid accidental spillage do not use cookware with uneven or deformed bottoms on the burners. Turn the handles of pots and pans inwards to avoid knocking them over accidentally. 15. Never use flammable liquids such as alcohol or gasoline, etc. near the appliance when it is in use. 16. If the cooker is placed on a pedestal, take the necessary precautions to prevent the same from sliding off the pedestal itself. 17. Do not use steam cleaners to clean your appliance 18. The openings and slots used for ventilation and dispersion of heat on the rear and below the control panel must never be covered. 19. This appliance must be used for the purpose for which it was designed.Any other use (for example:heating rooms) is considered to be improper and consequently dangerous. The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage resulting from improper use of the appliance. 20. A number of fundamental rules must be followed when using electrical appliances.The following are of particular importance: • do not touch the appliance when your hands or feet are wet • do not use the appliance barefooted • do not use extensions, but if these are necessary caution must be exercised. • never pull the power supply cable or the appliance to unplug the appliance plug from the mains. • never leave the appliance exposed to atmospheric agents (rain, sun etc.) • do not allow children or persons who are not familiar with the appliance to use it, without supervision. 21. In the case of faults and/or faulty operation, switch off the appliance. For repairs call only an authorised after-sales servicing centre and request the use of original spare parts only. Failure to comply with these conditions may compromise the safety of the appliance. 22. Make sure the knobs are in the " / 0" position when the appliance is not in use. 23. If you are no longer using an appliance of this type, remember to make it unserviceable by unplugging the appliance from the mains and cutting the supply cable. Also make all potentially dangerous parts of the appliance, safe, above all for children who could play with the appliance. 24. When the appliance is in use, the heating elements and some parts of the oven door become extremely hot.Make sure you don't touch them and keep children well away. 25. Gas appliances require regular air exchange to ensure trouble-free performance. When installing the cooker, follow the instructions provided in the paragraph on "Positioning" the appliance.
2 A Auxiliary gas burner B Semi-rapid gas burner C Rapid gas burner D Triple ring gas burner Timer E Ignitor for Gas Burners F Safety Device - Activates if the flame accidentally goes out (spills, drafts, etc.), interrupting the supply of gas to the burner. G Electric oven selector knob (cooking mode selection) H Electric oven thermostat knob (temperature selec- tion) I Timer M Control knobs for gas burners R Support grid for cookware E F COOKER DESCRIPTION D M H G I M M M D M M M M M H G I 700 CP 649 FT.2 CP 759 FT
3 INSTRUCTIONS FOR USETHE HOB Gas burners On the control panel, the following symbols are indicated around each knob "M" or on the knob itself: Cock Off High flame Low flame Moreover, the symbols near the knobs indicate the position of the relative burner on the hob. The burners are fitted with a safety thermocouple device against gas leaks.This device interrupts the gas supply should the burner flame go out during operation. To light one of the burners, proceed as follows: • turn the relative knob anti-clockwise until the pointer is on the high-flame symbol; • press the knob down fully to actuate the automatic gas ignition; Since the burner is fitted with a safety device "F", the knob should be pressed for approximately 6 seconds for the device keeping the flame lit automatically to heat up. • release the knob, checking that the flame is stable. If it is not, repeat the operation. For minimum power, turn the knob towards the low flame symbol. Intermediate positions are possible by simply setting the knob anywhere between the high and the low flame symbol. Important: • Do not actuate the automatic ignition device for more than 15 consecutive seconds. • Difficulty in ignition is sometimes due to air inside the gas duct. • If a burner flame accidentally goes out, the gas continues to exit for a few moments before the safety device is actuated. Turn the control knob to the off position and do not attempt ignition again for at least 1 minute, thereby letting the gas disperse, which could otherwise be a danger. • When the appliance is not in operation, check that the knobs are set to the off position " / 0". The main gas supply cut-off cock should also be turned off. Practical advice on using the burners To obtain maximum efficiency from the burners, we recommend you only use pans with a diameter suitable for the burner being used, so that the flame does not extend beyond the pan base (see the following table). When a liquid starts boiling, we recommend you turn the flame down just enough to keep the liquid simmering. fig.1 To turn the burner off, turn the knob clockwise until it stops (corresponding again with the " / 0" symbol). For the best performance of your burners, keep the following in mind: All types of pans can be used on the burners. The important thing is that the bottom should be completely even. The hob is fitted with reducing pan stands (fig. 1), which should only be used on auxiliary burner "A". Burner ø Pan Diameter (cm) A.Auxiliary 6 – 14 B.Semi-rapid 15 – 20 C.Rapid 21 – 26 D. Triple ring 24 - 26
4 THE DIFFERENT COOKING MODES AVAILABLE ARISTON ovens are equipped with controls and indicator lights to ease operation, all situated on the control panel. THE COOKING MODE SELECTOR It comprises 10 marks represented in order by the following pictograms: " / 0" : stop : oven light : "Convection mode" This is the oldest cooking mode suitable for cooking individual dishes. Two heating elements (one at the top of the oven and the other at the bottom) work together. The air heats up upon contact with these heat sources, and circulates around the inside of the oven to provide uniform heat, as the hot, lighter air tends to rise. This is caused by natural convection. This cooking mode is especially rec- ommended when cooking simmered recipes using covered casserole dishes (hotpots, tripe, etc.) or for Bain Marie cooking (crème caramel, terrines, etc.). In this case, use the dripping pan as a dish support and place it on the 2nd rack from the oven bottom. We recommend you pre-heat the oven before placing your dish in it. : "Baking mode" Only the circular heating element at the back of the oven and the fan come on to provide delicate heat, suitable for baking cakes and pastries such as brioches, chocolate cake, fruitcake, sponge cake, mini cup cakes, meringues, etc. In this case, use the dripping pan as a dish support and place it on the 2nd rack from the oven bottom. We recommend you pre-heat the oven before placing your dish in it. : "Fast cooking" The combination of all the heating elements together with the fan guarantees a uniform distribution of heat throughout the oven. This particular cooking mode is ideal for fast cooking (not requiring any pre-heating) and for cooked dishes (frozen, pre-cooked food). In this case, use the dripping pan as a dish support and place it on the 2nd rack from the oven bottom. : "Multi-cooking mode" The combination of all the heating elements together with the fan guarantees a uniform distribution of heat throughout the oven. This cooking mode is recommended for cooking several dishes on more than one rack. Even if the dishes vary in nature, their respective flavours are not mingled during cooking.When using this cooking mode, all the dishes should require the same cooking temperature (you just need to take them out gradually as each one is ready). When cooking on two racks, for example, use the dripping pan as a dish support on the first oven rack from the bottom and the grid on the third rack from the bottom. We recommend you pre-heat the oven before placing your dish in it. : «Pizza mode» The heating elements (bottom and circular) are turned on to heat the oven up quickly. Your pizzas and tarts will benefit from a greater amount of heat from below, thus guaranteeing the rapid baking of the dough during cooking.As for the fan, the latter browns the surface as necessary, making the food even more appetising. Use the dripping pan as a dish support and place it on the 1st rack from the oven bottom. We recommend you pre-heat the oven before placing your dish in it. : «Grill» The top heating element comes on: the grill goes red and emits infrared rays just like those contained in sunlight. In fact, this cooking mode does not essentially intend to heat up the air inside the oven, but rather to expose the food directly to these rays. Use this cooking mode with the oven door closed. We recom- mend you start with the oven cold. The amount of heat radiated is adjustable on the temperature selector. Place the dripping pan on the first rack from the bottom in order to catch any fat or juices that may drip from the dish and place the grid on one of the top racks depending on the size of the meat. : "Gratin" Only the top heating element comes on, with the emission of infrared rays. The forced circulation of air caused by the fan at the back of the oven ensures the uniform distribution of heat throughout the latter, and all foods thus benefit from the follow- ing at the same time: • the infrared rays that guarantee the perfect cooking of the food surface, thus sealing in the tenderness and juices in the case of meat, • the hot air that also allows for the food to be cooked thoroughly via conduction. This cooking mode is recommended when cooking roasts (red or white meats), and for poultry. Place the grid on the 2nd rack from the oven bottom as a support for the meat and the dripping pan on the 1st rack from the bottom to catch any dripping fat or juices. It is best to start with a cold oven. Your appliance is fitted with a rotisserie, which can be used with the "grill" and "gratin" modes. Always keep the oven door shut when using the rotisserie and start with the oven cold in order to avoid scalding yourselves when positioning the spit. Place the dripping pan on the 1st oven rack from the bottom to catch any dripping fat or juices and position the rotisserie on the 3rd rack from the oven bottom (please see the next para- graph for instructions on positioning the rotisserie) When using the "grill" or "gratin" modes, remember to keep children away from the accessible parts of the appli- ance as they become very hot. : fast clean This process cleans the oven fully. For further details on the oven's fast clean self-cleaning prop- erties, please see page 6.
5 Your oven offers you many differing cooking modes. These can only be achieved thanks to a certain number of accessories which we have chosen for you. These accessories slide in and out of the different oven racks inside your oven and can thus be positioned in accordance with the individual cooking requirements of differing foods and dishes. For each cooking mode and each example suggested, we specify the oven rack to use (from the oven bottom up). Rung n˚ 5 Rung n˚ 4 Rung n˚ 3 Rung n˚ 2 Rung n˚ 1 Trammels The dripping pan Use it: • as a dish support for all dishes when cooking on one rack only and in Bain Marie cooking, • as a support for food (mini cup cakes, etc.), • as a dripping pan to catch juices and fat dripping from food situated on the large grid. We advise against using the dripping pan on the 4th and 5th racks from the oven bottom. The large grid Always use the large grid with the edges upwards and together with the dripping pan. • When it is positioned on the 2nd rack from the oven bottom, it acts as a meat support, with the dripping pan placed on the 1st rack from the bottom to catch any dripping fat or juices. • When it is positioned on the top rack (depending on the size of the foodstuff) for grilled food, the dripping pan is to be placed on the 1st rack from the oven bottom to catch any dripping fat or juices. • When it is positioned on the top rack for cooking on more than one rack. We advise against placing meat directly onto the dripping pan when using the "gratin" mode as the fat and juices heated from below in this particular cooking mode could in fact char and splash onto the oven inside panels and create smoke. The rotisserie Wing screw Spit Spit handle Prong Spit cradle THE ACCESSORIES This specific accessory is ideal for roasting meats, as the latter rotate slowly and are browned uniformly until cooking is done. It is comprised of the following: • a support situated on the 3rd oven rack from the oven bottom so the rotisserie fits into the hollow shaft of the rotisserie motor located at the back of the oven, behind the perforated oven back panel. • a spit that passes through the roast, which is kept firmly in place on both ends by two adjustable sliding forks each fastened onto the spit by means of a wing nut. Warning: when positioning the rotisserie assembly, ensure the spit fits firmly into the hollow shaft connected to the motor. Make sure you position the following correctly: - the spit in the centre of the roast - the roast at an equal distance from both ends of the spit. • a removable handle made of insulating material to screw onto the front of the spit allows you: - to have a rotisserie which is long enough for even the largest of roasts - to avoid scalding yourself when removing the roast at the end of cooking. Screw on the handle tightly to take out the spit (the handle should be removed from the spit during cooking). Rotisserie timer ARISTON ovens are fitted with a rotisserie timing device. When cooking is done, the rotisserie motor continues to turn the spit and only comes to a stop when the temperature inside the oven has dropped sufficiently: this prevents the surface of the meat from burning. When cooking is done, leave the mode selector set to the cooking mode under way and set the temperature selector back to the minimum setting. Continued ventilation The fan stays on when cooking is done in order to cool the oven down. So do not worry if you hear the fan going even after you have turned the oven off: the ventilation will come to a stop when the temperature has dropped below 120°. Oven light To turn the oven light on, set the mode selector knob to the symbol. The oven light stays on during cooking, whatever the cooking mode (with the exception of the self-cleaning mode). If you decide to delay the cooking start, the oven light comes on as soon as you programme the start and stays on until cooking is done.
6 THE OVEN: FAST CLEAN How to start the cleaning process – Take all the accessories out of the oven. Remove the toughest grease and food spots and especially all sub- stantial overflows in order to avoid the creation of flames or smoke. – Shut the oven door. – Set the mode selector to – Programme it. You can choose between · an immediate start: same procedure as for cooking, · a delayed start: same procedure as for cooking, – The process takes approximately 90 minutes. What happens during the fast clean process? When the temperature reaches 325°C, the oven door is automatically locked: the letter "P" comes up on the display, along with the remaining process time, as it decreases. The oven door stays locked for as long as the temperature inside the oven remains high. What happens at the end of the fast clean process? When the fast clean process is over, "P. 0.00" comes up on the display.To be able to open the oven door, you will have to: • wait for the temperature inside it to have dropped back to an acceptable level, • have set the mode selector knob back to " / 0". You will notice some white dust deposits on the bottom and sides of the oven, remove them with a damp sponge when the oven has cooled down completely. If on the other hand you want to take advantage of the heat accumulated during the process to start cooking, the dust can stay where it is: it does not form a source of danger to your food. Safety devices In fast clean mode, the temperature inside the oven reaches 500°, which is necessary for the destruction of food and fat residue, as illustrated below. Given this high temperature, your oven is fitted with some safety devices: • the oven door is locked automatically as soon as the temperature is high in order to avoid all risks of burns. • the heating elements are no longer powered if an anomaly occurs. Notes: 1- Despite the high temperature inside the oven during the fast clean process, the external surfaces of the appliance remain lukewarm, thanks to: • a reinforced insulation of the oven compartment • a fan that ensures the circulation of air to cool down the oven wall panels. 2- When looking through the oven door, you may notice some particles that light up when they are destroyed by pyrolysis upon contact with the heating elements: this is simply spontaneous combustion, it is extremely normal and without danger. Precautions to take 1- Try to remove the larger food residue from inside the oven using a wet sponge. We highly advise against the use of detergents or all other products recommended for cleaning ovens. 2- Try to remove the larger food residue from inside the oven using a wet sponge. We highly advise against the use of detergents or all other products recommended for cleaning ovens. 3- Don't leave any tea towels on the oven door handle. Warning: the oven surfaces may get hot during the fast clean process: keep children well away. TROUBLESHOOTING DO NOT WORRY IF… Some operating anomalies may arise. These are generally due to incorrect handling or to the erroneous assessment of a phenomenon. If your oven releases a lot of smoke during cooking: • Make sure you have selected the correct cooking mode for the type of dish you want to prepare and that you have selected the right accessories and put the dish in the oven at the recommended rack height. • Check the temperature selected: it is no doubt too high for the type of cooking required. • Check the degree of soil of the oven, and whether the latter needs to be cleaned. Food residue encrusted onto the enamel coating inside the oven becomes charred and creates both smoke and pungent smells. • Splashes of grease or overflows onto very hot surfaces could crate smoke.
7 THE OVEN:THE PROGRAMMER Setting the time You can only set the time if the mode selector is set to "0". After the appliance has been connected to the power sup- ply (or following a power failure), a flashing "0.00" is dis- played. Press keys "+" and/or "-" to set the time. The time set is memorised, but you still have another 3 seconds to modify it, as all the other buttons remain disa- bled for that time. Setting the timer The timer only works when the oven is switched off (mode selector set to " / 0"). Press key briefly and set the time using keys "+" and/or "-". As soon as you release the keys, the selected duration is memorised and can still be modified for 3 sec- onds, indicator light comes on and the countdown be- gins. When the end of the time set is reached, an acoustic sig- nal sounds for 1 minute; to turn it off, just press any of the keys; indicator light comes off. The timer operation is independent from that of the oven. Acoustic signal volume You can adjust the volume of the acoustic signal by pressing button "-" (when the signal sounds) until you at- tain the required volume. Indicator light for a programmed operation: - lit : operation underway - off: operation finished - flashing: programmed operation has finished Letter A: - off: manual mode - lit: an operation has been programmed Display for all functions : clock, timer, cooking duration and end-of-cooking/fast-cleaning time Timer indicator light Button to set the timer Buttons + and - to set the clock, timer, cooking duration and end-of-operation time, press on: + to increase the time - to reduce the time Button to start cooking Button to set the cooking duration Button to set the end-of-cooking time 5 s. Cooking without the programmer When the oven is switched off (mode selector set to 0), all the keys (except for "-" to adjust the volume of the acous- tic signal) are disabled. Select a cooking mode by turning the mode selector knob clockwise. Each cooking mode has a pre-set cooking time, which you can view by pressing . You can modify the cooking time to suit your recipe. To do so, press and set the desired cooking time using keys "+" and "-". The display indicates a recommended temperature, which is independent from that indicated on the temperature selec- tor: you can change it by turning the temperature selector knob. For the "grill" mode, the display indicates a power level between 1 and 5, with 5 being the highest setting. Your oven is now ready to start cooking: press the key. The oven begins the pre-heating phase, during which symbol blinks. It stops blinking when pre-heating is done (after approximately 10 minutes). If you fail to press the cooking start key one minute after having selected a mode, the word "OFF" comes up on the display and the keys are disabled. In this case, set the mode selector back to "0" and proceed with the various adjustments. WARNING Your appliance is fitted with a diagnosis system which detects any malfunctions and displays "FnFm" on the pro- grammer (n and m are numbers). In this case, please contact your nearest after-sales serv- ice centre for assistance.
8 THE OVEN: PROGRAMMED COOKING Programmed cooking with immediate start Cooking starts immediately and comes to an automatic stop when the end cooking time is reached. Proceed as follows: • set the mode selector to the selected mode, • set the temperature using the temperature selec- tor knob (in steps of 10° at a time) if the recommended one is not to your liking, For the "grill" mode, the display indicates a power level between 1 and 5, with 5 being the highest setting. • a recommended cooking time is associated with each cooking mode.You may change the recommended cooking time by pressing and keys "+" and/or "-" (the cooking time must include approximately 10 min- utes for the oven to pre-heat). The cooking time is memorised, but you still have another 3 seconds to modify it. During the pre-heating phase, symbol blinks and the cooking time is displayed. When pre-heating is done, sym- bol stops blinking and the oven emits 3 acoustic beeps. There is no pre-heating phase when using the "fast cook- ing" and "grill" modes. The amount of time left until cooking is done is displayed during cooking. To see the temperature, press key "+". The minimum programmable cooking time is 2 minutes. The maximum programmable cooking time is 10 hours. • press key to start cooking. If you fail to press the cooking start key one minute after having selected a mode, the word "END" comes up on the display and the keys are disabled. In this case, set the mode selector back to " / 0" and proceed with the various adjustments. When cooking is done, an acoustic signal sounds for one minute and the word "END"comes up on the dis- play; you can stop this acoustic signal by pressing any of the keys. • Set the mode selector knob back to "0": the word "END" disappears and "OFF" comes up for 3 seconds. During cooking, you can change the cooking mode (with- out affecting the cooking time or temperature), the tem- perature (without affecting the cooking time) and the cook- ing time. You can bring the cooking to a stop and turn the oven off just by setting the mode selector knob to " / 0". In this case, the word "OFF" is displayed for 3 seconds before it turns off. Programmed cooking with delayed start The programmer automatically selects the cooking start time according to the parameters you have set: cooking time and end cooking time. Proceed as follows: • set the mode selector to the selected mode, • set the temperature using the temperature selector knob if the recommended one is not to your liking, For the "grill" mode, the display indicates a power level between 1 and 5, with 5 being the highest setting. • press key to set the cooking time, • set the cooking time by pressing keys "+" and/or "-" (cooking time should include the pre-heating time): The cooking time is memorised, but you still have another 3 seconds to modify it. • to delay cooking, you need to set the end cooking time by pressing , and then "+" and/or "-" repeat- edly: the end cooking time is memorised, but you still have another 3 seconds to modify it. The minimum programmable cooking time is 2 minutes. The maximum programmable cooking time is 10 hours. • press key ; symbol "A" turns on. From the time of your programming to the start of cooking, only the temperature and the mode can be modified. When the cooking start time has been reached, the oven is turned on and pre-heating begins, during which symbol blinks; the cooking time is displayed. When pre-heating is done, cooking starts, symbol stops blinking and the oven emits 3 acoustic beeps. There is no pre-heating phase when using the "fast cook- ing" and "grill" modes. • Set the mode selector knob back to " / 0":
9 A FEW EXAMPLES OF COOKING ON ONE LEVEL Dish Cooking mode Temperature Time Shelf level Remarks Preheat Bread (1 kg loaf) Multicooking 210°C 30-35' 2 on backing tray Yes Savoury pasties Multicooking 200°C 20-25' Depending on thickness 2 on backing tray Yes Pizza (bread dough) Pizza 240°C 10-15' 1 on backing tray Yes Quiche Pizza 220°C 30' 1 Tin on backing tray Yes Cheese soufflé Multicooking 200°C 30-40' 2 Tin diam. 20 cm on backing tray Yes Pâté Traditional 180°C 50-60' 2 Bain-marie on backing tray (start with hot water) Yes Leg of lamb Gratin 210°C 1 hour for 1,5 à 2 kg 2-1* Meat on shelf No Potatoes au gratin cooked with cream Gratin 200°C 40-45' Depending on thickness 2 Tin on backing tray Yes Fish Traditional Gratin Grill 200°C 240°C 250°C Depending on type and thickness of fish 2 2-1* 2-1* Fillets + liquid, enamelled tray Whole on shelf Fish on shelf for grilling Yes Chicken Gratin Rotisserie grill 210°C 250°C 1 hour for 1,2 à 1,5 kg 2-1* 3-1* Meat on shelf Rotisserie,oven door shut No Roast beef Gratin 210°C Depends on how well cooked required 2-1* Meat on shelf No Roast pork Gratin 210°C 1 hour for 1kg 2-1* Meat on shelf No Roast veal Gratin 210°C 1 hour for 1kg 2-1* Meat on shelf No Stuffed tomatoes Multicooking 200°C 20-25' 2 Tin on backing tray Yes Frozen meals Fast cooking Follow instructions on packet Follow instructions on packet 2 Tin on backing tray No Lasagne Fast cooking 200°C Depending on thickness 2 Tin on backing tray No Moussaka Fast cooking 200°C Depending on thickness 2 Tin on backing tray No Buns Pastry 160°C 35-45' 2 Aluminium tin on backing tray Yes Cake Pastry 160°C 60' 2 Aluminium tin on backing tray Yes Profiteroles Pastry 200°C 20-25' 2 Small savoury profiteroles on backing tray Yes Crème caramel Traditional 180°C 30' 2 Individual ramekins in bain- marie (start with hot water) Yes Sponge cake Pastry 190°C 30' 2 Aluminium tin on backing tray Yes Macaroons Pastry 180°C 15-20' Depending on thickness 2 on backing tray Yes White meringues Pastry 70-80°C 3 hour Depending on thickness 2 Drying small meringues Yes Blond meringues Pastry 110°C 2 hour Depending on thickness 2 Drying small meringues Yes Baked apples Multicooking 210°C 20-25' Depending on thickness 2 Tin on backing tray Yes Shortbread biscuits Pastry 190°C 10-15' 2 on backing tray Yes Apple tart Pizza 220°C 30' 1 Cake tin on backing tray Yes Shortbread biscuits Ventilated oven 190°C 10-15' 2 Aluminium baking tin on backing tray Yes Jam tart Ventilated oven 190°C 15-25' 2 Aluminium baking tin on backing tray Yes Savoury biscuits Ventilated oven 190°C 10-15' 2 Aluminium baking tin on backing tray Yes X - Y* in the "Shelf level" column X = shelf or spit rod at level X Y = baking tray at level Y to catch the roasting juices Reminder: always place the shelf with the indentations facing downwards
10 COOKING ADVICE Cooking is by definition the passage from a raw state to a cooked one. The consequent result is appreciated according to different criteria: the colouring, any development in the dish, its smoothness or tenderness, how cooked you want it to be, etc…. The oven settings (temperatures and cooking time) obviously depend on two important parameters: - the size of the food or dish, OVEN CARE Important:The appliance should be disconnected from the mains supply before starting cleaning operations. To ensure a long life cycle for the appliance, it is essential to carry out a thorough general clean frequently, while observing the following instructions: Inside the oven: We recommend you clean your oven each time you use it (PIRO'), especially after cooking roasts. In fact, it is advisable to prevent food residue from building up during cooking: the residue would be re-cooked each time the oven is used and would char and release smoke and unpleasant odours. Using aluminium foil To avoid having to clean the bottom of the oven, you may be tempted to line the same with some aluminium foil. We strongly advise against this.The aluminium foil sheet in direct contact with the heated enamel coating could melt and damage the enamel coating inside the oven irreversibly. Hob: • The removable parts of the burners on the hob should be washed frequently with warm water and soap, making sure to remove any caked-on substances. Check that the gas outlet slits are not clogged. Dry the burners carefully before using them again. • Clean the end part of the automatic glow plug ignitors of the hob and gas oven frequently. Oven exterior: • Only clean the appliance when the oven is cold. • The steel parts and especially the areas with the screen- printed symbols should not be cleaned with solvents or abrasive detergents. It is advisable to use only a damp cloth with lukewarm water and washing up liquid. Stainless steel may remain stained if in long-term contact with very calcareous water or aggressive detergents (containing phosphorus). It is therefore always necessary to rinse and dry all surfaces thoroughly after cleaning. Important: cleaning operations must be made horizontally, in the direction of the steel glazing. • After cleaning, any treatments to polish the surfaces may be performed: only use specific products for stainless steel. Important: do not use abrasive powders, aggressive detergents or acidic substances for cleaning. Disassembling/assembling the oven door: To make it easier to clean the inside of your oven, the oven door can be removed, by proceeding as follows (fig. 2-3): • Open the door completely and lift the 2 levers “B” (fig. 2); • Now, shutting the door slightly, you can lift it out by pulling out the hooks “A” as shown in figure 3. To reassemble the door: • With the door in a vertical position, insert the two hooks “A” into the slots; • Ensure that seat “D” is hooked perfectly onto the edge of the slot (move the oven door backwards and forward slightly); • Keep the oven door open fully, unhook the 2 levers “B” downwards and then shut the door again. FIG. 3 FIG. 2 Replacing the oven lamp • Always unplug the appliance from the mains or switch off the main switch before all operations. • With the aid of a narrow, flat item (such as a screwdriver or a spoon handle, etc…), remove the glass cover. • Unscrew the lamp and replace it with another featuring the same characteristics: - voltage 230/240 W - wattage 15 W - type E 14 • Replace the glass cover and ensure you reposition the seal correctly. Glass door Seal Lamp Oven compartment Greasing the taps As time passes, a tap may lock or become difficult to turn. In this case it will be necessary to clean inside and replace the grease. This procedure must be performed by a technician authorized by the manufacturer. - the ability of the food to brown (quantity of sugar and eggs in the recipe). The cooking settings contained in our table were calculated according to precise parameters and you may feel the need to make slight changes to the same in order to adapt them to your own dish and your desired degree of cooking.
11 The following instructions are provided for qualified installers so that they may accomplish installation, adjustment and technical maintenance operations correctly and in compliance with national current regulations and standards. Important: the appliance should be disconnected from the mains electricity supply before any adjustment, maintenance, etc. is carried out. Maximum caution should be exercised should it be necessary to keep the appliance connected to the electricity supply. The cookers have the following technical specifications: Cat. II2H3+ The maximum dimensions of the appliance are given in the figure on page 2. For trouble-free operation of appliances installed in housing units, the minimum distances shown in fig.4 should be observed. Adjacent surfaces and the wall at the rear should also be able to withstand a temperature of 65 °C Prior to installing the cooker, 99 ÷ 155 mm high supporting feet (provided) should be fitted into the holes to be found in the bottom of the cooker (fig.5). These feet are screw- adjustable and whenever necessary should be used to make sure the cooker stands level. Positioning This appliance may only be installed and operated in permanently ventilated rooms in compliance with provisions laid down by current regulations and standards. The following requirements must be observed: • The appliance must discharge combustion products into a special hood, which must be connected to a chimney, flue pipe or directly to the outside (fig.6). • If it is impossible to fit a hood, the use of an electric fan is permitted, either installed on a window or on an external wall, which must be switched on at the same time as the appliance. INSTRUCTIONS FORTHE INSTALLER In a chimney stack or branched flue Directly to the outside (exclusively for cooking appliances) Kitchen ventilation The air flow into the room where the appliance is installed must be equal to the quantity of air that is required for regular combustion of the gas and for ventilating the same room. Air must be taken in naturally through permanent apertures made in the outside walls of the room or through single or branching collective ventilation ducts in compliance with the standards in force. The air must be taken directly from the outside, from an area far from sources of pollution. The ventilation aperture must have the following characteristics (fig.7A): • total free cross section of passage of at least 6 cm² for every kW of rated heating capacity of the appliance, with a minimum of 100 cm² (the heating capacity is indicated on the rating plate); • it must be made in such a way that the aperture cannot be obstructed both on the inside and outside of the wall; • it must be protected, e.g. with grills, wire mesh, etc. in such a way that the above-mentioned free section is not reduced; • it must be situated as near to floor level as possible. Detail A Adjacent Room to be room ventilated A Examples of ventilation holes Enlarging the ventilation slot for comburant air between window and floor fig. 7A fig.7B The air inflow may also be obtained from an adjoining room, provided the latter is not a bedroom or a room where there is a risk of fire, such as warehouses, garages, fuel stores, etc. and is ventilated in compliance with the standards in force. Air from the adjoining room to the one to be ventilated may be made to pass freely through permanent apertures with a cross section at least equal to that indicated above. These apertures may also be obtained by increasing the gap between the door and the floor (fig.7B). If an electric fan is used for extracting the combustion products, the ventilation aperture must be increased in relation to its maximum performance. The electric fan should have a fig.5 fig.6 fig.4 Class 1 Class 2 sub-class 1 min. 50mm min. 700mm
12 sufficient capacity to guarantee an hourly exchange of air equal to 3 ÷ 5 times the volume of the kitchen. Prolonged, intensive use of the appliance may require extra ventilation, e.g. an open window or a more efficient ventilation system by increasing the extraction power of the electric fan if installed. Liquid petroleum gas descends towards the floor as it is heavier than air. Apertures in the outside walls in rooms containing LPG cylinders should therefore be at floor level, in order to allow any gas from leaks to be expelled. Do not store LPG cylinders (even when empty) in basements/ rooms below ground level; it is advisable to keep only the cylinder in use in the room and connected far from heat sources which could raise its temperature to above 50°C. Gas supply • Check that the appliance is set for the type of gas available and then connect it to the mains gas piping or the gas cylinder in compliance with the applicable norms in force. • This appliance is designed and set to work with the gas indicated on the label situated on the actual hob. If the gas supply is different from the type for which the appliance has been set, replace the corresponding nozzles (provided), following the instructions given in the paragraph "Adaptation to different types of gas". • For trouble-free operation, suitable use of energy and a longer life cycle for the appliance, make sure that the supply pressure complies with the values indicated in table 1 "Burner and nozzle specifications", otherwise install a special pressure regulator on the supply pipe in compliance with current standards and regulations. • Connect in such a way that the appliance is subjected to no strain whatsoever. Either a rigid metal pipe with fittings (fig. 8-D) in compliance with norms must be used for connecting to the nipple union (threaded - cylindrical/conical ½"G fitting "F") situated at the rear of the appliance (fig. 8), or a flexible steel pipe with a continuous wall and fittings (fig. 8-C) in compliance with norms, which must not exceed 2000 mm in length. Check that the connecting pipe cannot come into contact with moving parts which could damage or crush it. For installation with a flexible rubber pipe, apply the special hose support for liquid gas (fig. 8-A) or natural gas (fig. 8-B).The gasket "G" (provided) must be utilised in every type of connection. The two ends of the pipe must be fastened with the purpose designed pipe collars "E", in compliance with the norms. The flexible pipe should comply with the norms, and be specific for the type of gas used. In addition: • it should be as short as possible, with a maximum length of 1.5 metres; • it should not be bent or kinked; • it should not be in contact with the rear panel of the appliance or in any case with parts which may reach a temperature of 50°; • it should not pass through holes or slits used for dis- charging the oven flue gases; • it should not come into contact with pointed parts or sharp corners; • it should be easy to inspect along its entire length in order to be able to check its condition; • it should be replaced before the date printed on the actual pipe. Important: A pressure regulator, in compliance with the applicable norm in force, must be inserted when connecting to a liquid gas supply (in a cylinder). Upon completion of installation, check for leaks from the gas circuit using a soapy solution (never use a flame). Make sure that the natural gas pipe is adequate for a sufficient supply to the appliance when all the burners are lit. Adapting to different types of gas (instructions for the hob) To adapt the hob to a different type of gas from the factory- set one (indicated on the rating plate at the top of the hood or on the packaging), the burner nozzles should be replaced as follows: • Remove the pan supports and the burners. • Unscrew the nozzles “A” (fig.9) using a 7 mm socket wrench and replace them with the ones which have a diameter suitable for the type of gas to be used, according to the table 1 "burners and nozzles specifications). • On completing the operation, replace the old rating label with the one showing the new type of gas; the sticker is available from our Service Centres. A fig.9 fig.8 fig.10 Note Should the pressure of the gas used be different (or vary) from the recommended pressure, it is necessary to fit a suitable pressure regulator onto the inlet pipe in compliance with the norms regarding "regulators for channelled gas". INSTRUCTIONS FORTHE INSTALLER Adjusting the primary air of the burners The primary air of the burners does not need to be adjusted. Adjusting the low flame • Turn the tap to the low flame position; • Remove the knob and turn the adjusting screw, situated to the right of the tap (fig. 10) until you obtain a regular small flame, using a screwdriver (loosening the screw increases the height of the flame, tightening decreases it). N.B.: In the case of liquid gas, the regulation screw must be screwed in all the way. • Having obtained the low flame setting required and with the burner lit, abruptly change the position of the knob several times from minimum to maximum and vice versa and check that the flame does not go out. • In appliances fitted with the safety device (thermocouple), should the device fail to work with the burners set to the low flame setting, increase the low flame setting of the same on the adjusting screw. Once the adjustment has been made, remount the seals on the by-passes using sealing wax or similar.
13 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION Those ovens equipped with a three-pole power supply cable are designed to operate with an alternating current with the voltage and frequency indicated on the data plate (located on the appliance) and in the instruction booklet. The wire for earthing the appliance is yellow-green in colour. Fitting on a power supply cable Opening the terminal board: • Using a screwdriver, prise on the side tabs of the terminal board cover; • Pull open the cover of the terminal board. To install the cable, proceed as follows: • Remove the wire clamp screw and the three contact screws L-N- • Fasten the wires beneath the screwheads using the fol- lowing colour scheme: Blue (N) Brown (L) Yellow- Green • Secure the supply cable in place with the clamp and close the cover of the terminal board. Connecting the supply cable to the mains Install a standardised plug corresponding to the load indicated on the data plate. When connecting the cable directly to the mains, install an omnipolar circuit-breaker with a minimum contact opening of 3 mm between the appliance and the mains. The omnipolar circuit breaker should be sized according to the load and should comply with current regulations (the earth wire should not be interrupted by the circuit breaker). The supply cable must be in such a position that no part of it can reach a temperature of 50°C above room temperature. Before connecting to the power supply, make sure that: • The electrical safety of this appliance can only be guar- anteed if the cooker is correctly and efficiently earthed, in compliance with regulations on electrical safety. Always ensure that the earthing is efficient; if you have any doubts call in a qualified technician to check the system. The manufacturer denies all responsibility for damage resulting from a system which has not been earthed. • Before plugging the appliance into the mains, check that the specifications indicated on the date plate (on the appliance and/or packaging) correspond to those of the electrical and gas mains of your home. • Check that the electrical capacity of the system and sockets will support the maximum power of the appliance, as indicated on the data plate. If in doubt, consult a qualified technical engineer. • If the socket and appliance plug are not compatible, have the socket replaced with a suitable model by a qualified technical engineer. The latter, in particular, will also have to ensure that the cross section of the socket cables are suitable for the power absorbed by the appliance. The use of adapters, multiple sockets and/or extensions, is not recommended. If their use cannot be avoided, remember to use only single or multiple adapters and extensions which comply with current safety regulations. In these cases, never exceed the maximum current capacity indicated on the single adapter or extension and the maximum power indicated on the multiple adapter. The plug and socket must be easily accessible. N L INSTRUCTIONS FORTHE INSTALLER
14 * At 15°C and 1013 mbar-dry gas Propane P.C.S. = 50.37 MJ/Kg Butane P.C.S. = 49.47 MJ/Kg Natural P.C.S. = 37.78 MJ/m3 This appliance conforms to the following European Economic Community directives: - 73/23/EEC of 19/02/73 (Low Voltage) and subsequent modifications; - 89/336/EEC of 03/05/89 (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and subsequent modifications; - 90/336/EEC of 29/06/90 (Gas) and subsequent modifications; - 93/68/EEC of 22/07/93 and subsequent modifications. Inner Volume of the ELECTRIC Oven: 56 litres Voltage and Frequency of Power Supply: 230V ~ 50Hz 2800W BURNER AND NOZZLE SPECIFICATIONS OVENTECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENERGY LABEL Directive 2002/40/EC on the label of electric ovens Norm EN 50304 Energy consumption for Natural convection: heating mode: Convection Declared energy consumption for Forced convection Class: heating mode: "Baking mode" Table 1 Liquid gas Natural gas BURNER Diameter (mm) Thermal power kW (H.s.*) By-pass 1/100 (mm) Injector 1/100 (mm) Flow * g/h Injector 1/100 (mm) Flow* l/h Nomin. Reduc. G30 G31 G20 C.Rapid 100 3.00 0.7 40 86 218 214 116 286 B. Semi-rapid 75 1.90 0.4 30 70 138 136 106 181 A. Auxiliary 55 1.00 0.3 27 50 73 71 71 95 D. Triple Ring (Liquid Gas) 130 3.25 1.5 63 91 236 232 D. Triple Ring (Natural gas) 130 3.40 1.5 133 324 Supply pressure Nominal Minimum Maximum 28-30 20 35 37 25 45 20 17 25
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