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Installation instructions

Please follow the installation steps below to ensure your appliance operates correctly.

Two installation options:
Option ‘A’ - oven only (overall height 457 mm)
Option ‘B’ - oven + lower trim kit accessory
(overall height 478 mm) 

  • If you are installing an appliance directly over another, you have the option of using the supplied black metal shelf cover to conceal the shelf front that would be visible between the two appliances. This needs to be fitted before the lower trim kit and/or appliance is installed. Refer to the instructions packed with the shelf cover accessory kit.  

 

  • If you choose Installation option B, you will need to install the lower trim kit BEFORE you install the appliance. Refer to the instructions packed with the lower trim kit. 
Choosing the location 
  • The diagrams above determine the dimensions of a unit where you will be able to install your oven. This appliance can be installed as an under the counter or column oven.
Recessed fitting 
  • Centre the oven in the unit to guarantee a minimum distance of 20mm with the adjacent unit. The recessed unit must be made of heat-resistant material (or coated with this type of material). For increased stability, fasten the oven to the unit with 2 screws through the holes provided for this purpose on the lateral uprights. 
    1) Make a Ø 2 mm hole in the wall of the unit to avoid the wood splitting.
    2) Fasten the oven with the 2 screws. 
  • To ensure that your installation is compliant, do not hesitate to contact a household appliance specialist. 
  • We accept no liability in the event of an accident or incident resulting from grounding that is non-existent, faulty or incorrectly fitted.
  • If the electrical installation in your household requires modification for you to connect your appliance, contact a qualified electrician.
  • If the oven presents any anomaly, disconnect the oven from the power supply or remove the fuse from the oven connection line. 
 Installation alignment 
  • The diagrams below explain how to achieve the correct and proper alignment of visual elements of the product should it be necessary. This also allows you to align visual elements across products if this product is installed alongside other companion products. 

Inspect the product to check if the gaps are correct 

  • There should be a minimum 5 mm gap at the base of the product (ie from the bottom of the door glass to the shelf ). The product can be raised or lowered to achieve this gap by adjusting the two small feet at the front of the product with a 7 mm spanner. 

  • There should be a 5 mm gap between the top of the door glass and the bottom of the control panel. The control panel can be raised or lowered to achieve this gap by first loosening the two screws on either side of the product with a tamper proof torx 20 Screwdriver. Once the control panel is adjusted to suit, ensure the screws are fully tightened again and the panel does not move. This adjustment also allows you to visually align the product incase the cabinetry is not square. 
  • If adjusting the product height or the control panel (or both), ensure the overall product height still allows the product to be installed into the preconfined cabinetry space.
  • Do not lower the control panel so much that it touches or interferes with the door. 

 

Electrical specifications
  • Electrical connection rating: 1.78 kW
  • Voltage/frequency: 220-240 V / 50 Hz
  • Current: 10 A 
  • Please verify electrical specifications by checking the appliance rating label. 
Electrical connection 
  • Electrical safety should be ensured by correct recessed fitting. During fitting and maintenance operations, the appliance should be disconnected from the mains and the fuses should cut out or removed. 

    The electrical connection should be made before the appliance is put in place in the unit. Check that:
  • The mains power is sufficient
  • The power cables are in good condition
  • The diameter of the wires complies with the installation regulations.
  • The oven is connected to a single phase 220-240 V 50 Hz supply using a 1.5 mm2 cable and connected to earth. The supply must be protected by a suitably rated circuit breaker in accordance with the installation regulations.
  • A suitable isolating switch providing full disconnection from the mains power supply is incorporated in the permanent wiring, mounted and positioned to comply with the local wiring rules and regulations. The isolating switch must be of an approved type and provide a 3 mm air gap contact separation in all poles (or in all active [phase] conductors if the local wiring rules allow for this variation of the requirements)
  • The isolating switch will be easily accessible to the customer with the oven installed. 
  • The earth wire (green and yellow) is connected to the  terminal of the appliance and should be connected to the earth of the installation. 

If the power cable is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its After-Sales Service or similarly qualified persons to avoid danger.

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