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Installation instructions

Please read and follow the ‘Safety and warnings’ and ‘installation instructions’ sections carefully before using your cooker!

Dimensions and clearances

Installation clearances and protection of combustible surfaces shall comply with the current local regulations eg. AS/NZS5601.1:2010 Gas Installations code. Installation shall comply with the dimensions in Fig. 1, bearing in mind the following requirements:

Overhead Clearances

In no case shall the clearance above the highest part of the cooker be less than 600 mm or, for an overhead exhaust fan, 750 mm. AII other downward-facing combustible surfaces less than 600 mm above the cooker surface shall be protected for the full width of the cooking surface in accordance with the standards noted above. In no case shall the clearance be less than 450 mm.

Rear and Side Clearances

Where the distance from the periphery of the nearest burner to any vertical combustible surface is less than 200 mm, the surface shall be protected in accordance with the standards to a height of not less than 150 mm above the cooking surface for the full width or depth of the cooking surface.

Where the distance from the periphery of the nearest burner to any horizontal combustible surface is less than 200 mm, the horizontal surface shall be more than 10 mm below the surface of the cooking surface, or the horizontal surface shall be above the pan support (see requirements for vertical combustible surfaces above).

Protection of combustible surfaces

The standards above specify that, where required, protection shall ensure that the surface temperature of combustible surfaces does not exceed 65°C above room temperature.
Do not install the cooker near flammable materials (eg curtains).

Fig. 1 Dimensions and distances from cooker

Locating the area for gas and electrical connection

Fig. 2 Area for gas and electrical connections

Levelling the cooker

Using the supplied adjustable feet is MANDATORY. For safety reasons and to ensure adequate ventilation, the cooker chassis MUST NOT sit directly on the floor, a plinth, or other support surface.

  • For ease of installation, first remove the kickstrip. To remove the kickstrip, unscrew the two screws holding it in place.
  • The cooker is already fitted with four levelling feet.
  • Level the cooker by screwing or unscrewing the feet.
  • Make sure you follow the instructions in Figs. 3a, 3b, and 3c.

nuts are supplied with the cooker in a separate kit.

  • Do not refit the kickstrip until you have installed the anti-tip bracket.

Fig. 3a Screw/unscrew the feet to get the required height

Fig. 3b Do not use the supplied nuts for height adjustments between 0 and 8 mm

Fig. 3c Use the supplied nuts for height adjustments between 8 and 13 mm

 

Fitting the anit-tilt bracket

To restrain the appliance and prevent it tipping accidentally, the anti-tilt bracket and restraining plate supplied must be fitted according to the instructions below.

  1. Drill four 8mm diameter holes for the fixing screws (two in the wall and two in the floor-see Fig.4) and insert the plastic plugs supplied.

Before drilling the holes, check that you will not damage any pipes or electrical wires.

  1. Attach the anti-tilt bracket to the floor and rear wall using the four screws supplied, as shown in Fig. 4.
  2. After attaching the anti-tilt bracket securely, slide the cooker into place. Ensure that the left rear foot slides under the bracket, as shown in Fig.4.

Fig. 4 Attaching the anit-tilt bracket and sliding the cooker into place

  1. Access the bracket by removing the drawer (Fig. 5):
    1. Slide out the drawer completely.

    2. Press the lever of the left guide rail down and pull the lever of the right guide rail up.

    3. Holding the levers, disengage and remove the drawer.

    4. If fitted, remove kickstrip (see ‘Levelling the cooker’)

Fig.5 Accessing the anit-tilt bracket by removing the drawer

  1. Fix the restraining plate by sliding it into place and securing it with the fixing screw and washer supplied. See Fig. 6.

Fig. 6 Fixing the restraining plate

  1. Replace the drawer (Fig. 7):
    1. Insert the drawer rails into the guide rails.

    2. Gently push the drawer in completely; the safety catches will automatically hook.

  2. Replace the kickstrip using the two screws.

Beware of sharp edges when removing or replacing the drawer.


Fig. 7 Replacing the drawer

 

Moving the cooker

To prevent damaging the adjustable feet or lower trim, ensure the cooker is always lifted by two people.

Do not lift the cooker by the door handles.
DO NOT DRAG the cooker. Lift the feet clear of the floor.

Take extra care not to damage the door sensor (top left of oven).

Fig. 8 Correctly lifting the cooker

Fig. 9 Incorrectly lifting the cooker

Fig. 10 Incorrectly moving the cooker

Fixing the backguard

Before installing the cooker, assemble the backguard “C” .

  • The backguard “C” can be found packed at the rear of the cooker.
  1. Before assembling, remove any protective film/adhesive tape.
  2. Remove the two spacers “A” and the screw “B” from the rear of the cooktop.
  3. Assemble the backguard as shown and fix it by screwing the central screw “B” and the spacers “A”.

Fig. 11 Assembling the backguard

Connecting the cooker to the gas supply

  • The gas connection must be carried out by an authorised person according to the relevant standards.
  • Before connecting the appliance to the gas main, mount the brass conical adaptor onto the gas inlet pipe, upon which the washer has been placed (see Fig.s 12-13 following). Conical adaptor and washer are supplied with the appliance (packed with conversion kit for use with Natural gas or LPG).
  • This appliance is suitable for use with Natural gas or LPG. (Check the “gas type” sticker attached to the appliance).
  • For Natural gas, connect the gas supply to the gas pressure regulator which is supplied with the appliance (Fig.13). Adjust the regulator to obtain a test point pressure of 1 kPa with the two semi rapid burners operating at the maximum.
  • For LPG, connect the gas supply to the test point adaptor which is supplied with the appliance (Fig.12). Ensure that the supply pressure is regulated to 2.75 kPa.
  • The connection must be made at the rear of appliance; the pipe is not to cross the cooker.

Use two spanners to tighten or loosen the connecting pipe (Fig.14).

Installation with a flexible hose assembly

  • If this appliance has to be installed with a hose assembly, the installer shall refer to the network operator or gas supplier for confirmation of the gas type, if in doubt.
  • When used with a flexible hose, the connector on the wall should be between 450 mm to 500 mm from the floor and 200 mm to 300 mm from the right-hand side of the appliance as viewed from the front. The hose connection on the appliance shall face downwards.
  • It is important that the hose does not come in contact with the metal of the appliance and is secured as per appropriate gas installation codes. A chain 80% of the length of the flexible gas hose must be used to prevent stress being applied to the hose. The chain should be attached securely to the product where shown (see Fig.13), and on the wall.
  • Flexible hose assemblies should be AS/NZS 1869 Class B or Class D certified. The thread connection shall be Rp 1⁄2” (ISO 7-1) male.

After connection the installer must check that the hose is not kinked, subjected to abrasion or permanently deformed. The installer must check also that the hose is not near or in contact with any hot surfaces.

  • The hose assembly shall be as short as practicable and comply with relevant AS5601 / NZS5261 requirements.

Gas connection for LPG

Fig. 12 LPG connection

Gas connection for Natural Gas

Fig. 13 Natural gas connection


Fig. 14 Gas supply inlet

 

Leak-testing and flame-testing the cooker

After installing the freestanding cooker and connecting the gas supply:

  1. Using a suitable leak detection fluid solution, check each gas connection one at a time by brushing the solution over the connection.
    The presence of bubbles will indicate a leak. If there is a leak, tighten the fitting and then recheck for leaks.

    Do not use a naked flame to test for leaks.

  2. Adjust the test point pressure or supply pressure to the value that is appropriate for the gas type.

  3. Test the operation of the appliance:

  • Turn on the appliance gas controls and light each burner individually and in combination. Check for a well-defined blue flame without any yellow tipping. If any abnormality is evident, then check that the burner cap is located properly and the injector nipple is aligned correctly.
  • Check the minimum burner setting by quickly rotating the gas control dial from the maximum to the minimum position. The flame must not go out. If you need to adjust the setting, see ‘Adjusting the minimum burner setting’ following.
  1. If satisfacfory performance cannot be obtained, the installer shall check the installation and notify the local gas supply authority for a gas supply problem, or if it is an appliance problem, our Customer Service Centre should be called to obtain the nearest authorized Service Agent.

Converting to a different gas type

This appliance is suitable for use with Natural gas or LPG (check the “gas type” sticker attached to the appliance). To convert from one gas type to another, you need to replace the injectors, and then adjust the minimum burning setting.

Replacing the injectors

  1. Remove the pan supports and burners from the cooktop.
  2. Using a spanner, remove the injectors (shown in Figs. 15-16-17 following) and replace them with ones according to the gas type (see the ‘Table for the choice of injectors’).
  3. Fix the warning label (supplied with the conversion kit) at the back of the cooker, near the gas inlet connections. This label states that the gas cooktop has been converted for use with LPG/ Natural gas.

Adjusting the minimum burner setting

  1. See ‘Adjusting the minimum burner setting’ for instructions.
  • If you are converting the cooker from Natural gas to LPG,remove the gas pressure regulator before connecting the cooker to the gas supply and replace with the test point adaptor supplied with the conversion kit.
  • If you are converting the cooker from LPG to Natural gas, remove the test point adaptor before connecting the cooker to the gas supply and replace with the gas pressure regulator supplied with the conversion kit.

 The burners are designed so that regulation of primary air is not required. 

Fig. 15 Semi-rapid burner

Fig. 16 Triple-ring wok burner

Fig. 17 Dual burner

 

Adjusting the minimum burner setting

Check whether the flame spreads to all burner ports when the burner is lit with the gas valve set to the minimum position.
If some ports do not light, increase the minimum gas rate setting. Check whether the burner remains lit even when the gas valve is turned quickly from the maximum to the minimum position.

If the burner does not remain lit, increase the minimum gas rate setting. To adjust the minimum gas rate setting:

Semi-rapid and triple-ring burners:

  1. Turn on the burner.
  2. Turn the valve to the MINIMUM position.
  3. Take off the dial.
  4. Using a small flat screwdriver, turn the screw (see Fig. 18) to the correct regulation.

Inside crown of dual burner:

  1. Turn on the burner.
  2. Turn the valve to the MINIMUM position of the inner crown only.
  3. Take off the dial.
  4. Using a small flat screwdriver, turn the screw (see Fig. 19) to the correct regulation.

Outside crown of dual burner:

  1. Turn on the burner.
  2. Turn the valve to the MINIMUM position of the inner and outer crowns.
  3. Take off the dial.
  4. Using a small flat screwdriver, turn the screw (see Fig. 19) to the correct regulation.

For LPG, the regulation screw is normally tightened up.

Fig. 18 Adjusting the minimum burner setting: semi-rapid and triple-ring wok burner

Fig. 19 Adjusting the minimum burner setting: dual burner

 

Natural gas

LPG

Test Point Pressure [kPa]

1.0

2.75

Burner

Injector Orifice Dia.

[mm]

Gas Consumption

[MJ/h]

Injector Orifice Dia.

[mm]

Gas Consumption

[MJ/h]

Semi-rapid

1.17

6.50

0.70

6.30

Triple-ring wok

1.54

11.88

0.98

12.00

Dual

0.76 (inner crown)

16.20 (inner and outer crowns operating)

 

0.50 (inner crown)

16.20 (inner and outer crowns operating)

 

1.23 - no.2 (outer crown)

0.73 - no.2 (outer crown)


Electric Diagram Key

F1 Oven switch
ST Safety thermostat
STL Safety thermal overload
TL Thermal overload
PR Electronic programmer
PB Temperature probe
TS Oven temperature selector
EC Oven function selector (encoder)
SF State functions
DL Door lock device
DS Door sensor

R1 Relay 1
R2 Relay 2
R3 Relay 3
LF Oven lamp
TR Oven lamps transformer
S1 Door lock indicator lamp
S2 Line pilot lamp
C Oven top heating element
G Oven grill heating element
SI Oven bottom heating element (int.)
SE Oven bottom heating element (ext.)

CI Oven circular heating element
DLM Door lock motor
GIR Rotisserie motor
V Oven fan motor
CF Cooling fan motor
RS Resistance (220 Ohm)
IC Gas igniter
IS Ignition switches group
M Terminal block
T Earth connection

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