User manual SMEG PS906-5

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[. . . ] Contents 1 Instructions 1. 1 1. 2 1. 3 1. 4 1. 5 1. 6 1. 7 General safety instructions Manufacturer liability Appliance purpose Identification plate This user manual Disposal How to read the user manual 36 36 39 39 39 39 40 41 2 Description 2. 1 General Description 2. 2 Symbols 2. 3 Available accessories 42 42 42 43 3 Use 3. 1 Instructions 3. 2 First use 3. 3 Using the hob 44 44 44 44 4 Cleaning and maintenance 4. 1 Instructions 4. 2 Cleaning the appliance 47 47 47 5 Installation 5. 1 5. 2 5. 3 5. 4 5. 5 5. 6 5. 7 Safety instructions Positioning in the counter top Mounting Gas connection Adaptation to different types of gas Electrical connection Instructions for the installer 49 49 49 53 54 59 64 65 These instructions apply only for the destination countries listed on the appliance’s data plate. This is a class 3 built in hob. We advise you to read this manual carefully, which contains all the instructions for maintaining the appliance’s aesthetic and functional qualities. For further information on the product: www. smeg. com 35 EN Instructions 1 Instructions 1. 1 General safety instructions Risk of personal injury • During use the appliance and its accessible parts become very hot. • Never try to put out a fire or flames with water: Turn off the appliance and smother the flames with a fire blanket or other appropriate cover. [. . . ] The burner may go out when the knob is released: In this case, the thermocouple has not heated up sufficiently. In case of an accidental switching off, a safety device will be tripped, cutting off the gas supply, even if the gas cock is open. Return the knob to and wait at least 60 seconds before lighting it again. 44 Use Positioning the pan support grids The pan support grids are provided unassembled on the hob. To position the pan support grids correctly, follow the instructions shown in figure. Practical tips for using the hob For better burner efficiency and to minimise gas consumption, use pans with lids and of suitable size for the burner, so that the flames do not reach up the sides of the pan. Once the contents come to the boil, turn down the flame far enough to ensure that the liquid does not boil over. Food stains or residues Do not use steel sponges and sharp scrapers as they will damage the surface. Use normal, non-abrasive products and a wooden or plastic tool, if necessary. Cooking hob pan support grids Remove the pan support grids and clean them in lukewarm water and non-abrasive detergent. The continuous contact between the pan supports and the flame can cause modifications to the enamel over time in those parts exposed to heat. This is a completely natural phenomenon which has no effect on the operation of this component. 4. 2 Cleaning the appliance To keep the surfaces in good condition, they should be cleaned regularly after use. Ordinary daily cleaning Always and only use specific products that do not contain abrasives or chlorine-based acids. Pour the product onto a damp cloth and wipe the surface, rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth or a microfibre cloth. 47 EN Cleaning and maintenance Flame-spreader crowns and burner caps For easier cleaning, the flame-spreader crowns and the burner caps can be removed. Carefully remove any encrustation, then wait until they are perfectly dry. Replace the flame-spreader crowns, making sure that they are correctly positioned in their housings with their respective burner caps. Knobs Do not use aggressive products containing alcohol or products for cleaning steel and glass when cleaning the knobs, as these products could cause permanent damage. The knobs should be cleaned with a soft cloth dampened with lukewarm water, then dried carefully. Igniters and thermocouples For correct operation the igniters and thermocouples must always be perfectly clean. Remove any dry residues with a wooden toothpick or a needle. After cleaning, dry the appliance thoroughly to prevent water or detergent drips from interfering with its operation or creating unsightly marks. 48 Installation 5 Installation 5. 1 Safety instructions Heat production during appliance operation Risk of fire • Check that the carcase material is heat resistant. Veneers, adhesives or plastic coatings on adjacent furniture should be temperatureresistant (>90°C), otherwise they might warp over time. The minimum clearance between a ventilation hood and the cooking surface must be at least the distance indicated in the ventilation hood installation instructions. The minimum clearances must also be respected for the edges of the hob on the back as indicated in the mounting illustrations. L (mm) 899 X (mm) 878 Y (mm) 490 5. 2 Positioning in the counter top The following operation requires building and/or carpentry work and must therefore be carried out by a competent tradesman. [. . . ] Refit the knob and verify that the burner flame is stable. 60 Installation Gas types and Countries Gas types 1 Natural Gas G20 G20 20 mbar G20/25 20/25 mbar 2 Natural Gas G20 G20 25 mbar 3 Natural Gas G25 G25 25 mbar G25. 3 25 mbar 4 Natural Gas G25. 1 G25. 1 25 mbar 5 Natural Gas G25 G25 20 mbar 6 Natural Gas G27 G27 20 mbar 7 Natural Gas G2. 350 G2. 350 13 mbar 8 LPG G30/31 G30/31 28/37 mbar G30/31 30/37 mbar G30/31 30/30 mbar 9 LPG G30/31 G30/31 37 mbar 10 LPG G30/31 G30/31 50 mbar 11 Town gas G110 G110 8 mbar 12 Town gas G120 G120 8 mbar IT GB-IE FR-BE DE AT NL ES PT SE RU DK PL HU • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • It is possible to identify the available gas types based on the country the appliance is to be installed in. Refer to the heading number to identify the correct values in the “Gas types and Countries”. 61 EN • • • • • • • • • Installation Burner and nozzle characteristics table 1 Natural Gas G20 – 20 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) 2 Natural Gas G20 – 25 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) 3 Natural Gas G25 – 25 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) 4 Natural gas G25. 3 - 25 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) 5 Natural gas G25. 1 – 25 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) 6 Natural Gas G25 – 20 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) 7 Natural Gas G27 – 20 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) AUX 1. 05 72 400 X AUX 1. 05 72 400 X AUX 1. 05 72 400 F1 AUX 1. 05 72 400 F1 AUX 1. 05 77 400 F1 AUX 1. 05 77 400 F1 AUX 1. 05 77 400 F1 RR 2. 5 108 800 Y RR 2. 5 103 800 Y RR 2. 5 115 800 F3 RR 2. 5 115 800 F3 RR 2. 5 115 800 F3 RR 2. 5 124 800 F3 RR 2. 4 124 800 F3 UR2 Int. 3. 9 160 1600 H4 62 Installation 8 Natural gas G2. 350 – 13 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) 9 LPG G30/31 - 30/37 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) Rated flow rate G30 (g/h) Rated flow rate G31 (g/h) 10 LPG G30/G31 - 37 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) Rated flow rate G30 (g/h) Rated flow rate G31 (g/h) 11 LPG G30/G31 - 50 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) Rated flow rate G30 (g/h) Rated flow rate G31 (g/h) 12 Town gas G110 – 8 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) 13 Town gas G120 – 8 mbar Rated heating capacity (kW) Nozzle diameter (1/100 mm) Reduced flow rate (W) Pre-chamber (printed on nozzle) AUX 1. 0 94 400 Y AUX 1. 05 50 400 76 75 AUX 1. 1 50 450 80 79 AUX 1. 05 43 400 H2 76 75 AUX 1. 05 145 400 /8 AUX 1. 05 135 400 /8 RR 2. 4 148 800 F3 RR 2. 5 79 800 Z 182 179 RR 2. 5 75 800 Z 182 179 RR 2. 5 65 800 H8 182 179 RR 2. 5 230 800 /3 RR 2. 5 220 800 /3 UR2 Int. 3. 8 300 1400 - Nozzles not provided are available at Authorised Service Centres 63 EN 1600 Installation 5. 6 Electrical connection Power voltage Danger of electrocution • Have the electrical connection performed by authorised technical personnel. 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