Users Guide & Installation - Stoves Richmond 900Ei Manual

Users Guide & Installation - Stoves Richmond 900Ei Manual

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Users Guide & Installation - Page 1

Stoves Range Electric Induction UK Part No 082759605 Date 14/12/2016 Users Guide & Installation Handbook

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CONTENTS & INTRODUCTION - Page 2

3.010 CONTENTS & INTRODUCTION CONTENTS • SAFETY • USING THE PRODUCT • CLEANING • INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS • TECHNICAL DATA • CUSTOMER CARE INTRODUCTION Thank you for buying this British- built appliance from us. This guide book is designed to help you through each step of owning your new cooker, from installation to use. Please read it carefully before you start using your product, as we have endeavored to answer as many questions as possible, and provide you with as much support as we can. If, however, you should find something missing, or not covered, please contact our ..

WARNING - Page 3

WARNING • If the hob surface is cracked, broken or shattered, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock and call for a service engineer’s visit. • The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements. Children less than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless continuously supervised. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruc..

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• Fire Safety Advice If you do have a fire in the kitchen, don’t take any risks - get everyone out of your home and call the Fire Brigade. If you have an electrical fire in the kitchen: • Pull the plug out, or switch off the power at the fuse box - this may be enough to stop the fire imme- diately • Smother the fire with a fire blanket, or use a dry powder or carbon dioxide extinguisher • Remember: never use water on an electrical or cooking oil fire. • Other Safety Advice • Servicing should be carried out only by authorised personnel. • There is a risk of electric sho..

USING THE HOB - Page 5

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB USING THE HOTPLATE • Commercial simmering aids should not be used as they create excessive temperatures that can damage the surface and may cause a hazard. • Do not place aluminium foil or plastic utensils on the ceramic glass, as they may melt and damage the surface. • Do not use the ceramic glass hotplate surface for storage. • When cooking with fat or oil, never leave unattended. • Turn pan handles to a safe position, so they are out of reach of children, not overhanging the appliance, and cannot be caught accidentally. • Position pans over t..

Induction Power is the most energy efficient means of - Page 6

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB Feature Symbol Description Eco power Induction Power is the most energy efficient means of cooking food, provides fast heat up and boiling times Slide Control Slide your finger along the graphic or simply touch the graphic at the power level you require. Digital display Secret till “lit” hob display No. of power levels 13 Precise and repeatable control settings Special Functions Three preset temperature controls set at 42 o C, 70 o C, and 94 o C. Ideal for Melting chocolate, Warming and Rapid Simmer respectively Central Power On/Off Power On / Off for..

USING THE HOB - Page 7

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB About the induction hob The induction hob provides the most en- ergy efficient hob technology available. The induction system provides superior heat up and cool down times for pans - you get fast, precise, repeatable power control. As induction only heats up the pan, there is no lost heat from the cooking process, which in turn, limits the heat generated in the kitchen. Auto Power Tuning Induction hobs have a unique power tuning system that automatically tunes the power to the size of the pan base this ensures energy isn’t wasted. Touch Controls The touc..

USING THE HOB - Page 8

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB Induction controls Power Boost This feature, temporarily boost the power to a cook zone by 60%. The power boost is a function that can be used to temporally boost the normal maximum power for a cook zone by bor- rowing the available power from a “paired zone”. All the cook zones have this function The Power Boost is activated by sliding or touching the P Note The Power Boost function will only operate for a limited time and is also under thermal control. This means the power boost will deactivate automati- cally if the product is hot, to protect the int..

when you have finished cooking or are - Page 9

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB Special Function Key Touch once for Function 1 42 o C - Ideal for melting or sauces Touch twice for Function 2 70 o C - Ideal for keeping warm Touch three times for Function 3 94 o C - Ideal for a Rapid Simmer- ing. Pan detection When a zone has been activated but no pan has been placed on the cook zone, the zone will recognise that there is no pan in position. It also means the hob only uses power when a suitable pan is placed on the zone. This reduces the en- ergy used during the cooking process, i.e. when you take your pan off the zone the hob automatica..

USING THE HOB - Page 10

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB display is switched off again. Using the timer selection key again (as long as no value was set) the next active cooking zone can be selected. Setting a timer value • By pressing the timer keys, a timer value can be set. If the timer-plus-key is pressed first the display starts with 1min and can be increased in 1min steps. If the timer-minus-key is pressed first the timer starts with 15 min and can be decreased in 1 min steps. • Pressing the key permanently speeds up the timer adjustment. The speed will also increase while the key is held. (the time b..

USING THE HOB - Page 11

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB Pause key Warning! Don’t leave pans on the hob when you’re not around - take them off the heat if you have to leave the kitchen (even if you think it will only be for a moment, while you answer the door or phone) or you can use the Pause Key. The Pause key is ideal for unexpected interruptions when cooking. With this button you can pause all cooking settings (Cuts power) with one touch. To Operate 1) Press the pause key. Note:- All cook zones functions will pause (no power) and will be displayed for each cook zone. 2) To restart, press the pause button ..

Frying, Fish fingers - Page 12

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB Child Lock This feature is to help prevent accidental switching on of the hob, especially by young children. To activate: Press the key lock button and pause button together, and then release them. Complete activation by pressing the key lock button again. To deactivate: Press the key lock button and pause button together, and then release them. Complete activation by pressing the pause button again. Residual Heat indicators If when the cook zone is switched off the glass surface is above 60°C , H will be dis- played in the cook zone display until the glas..

flat bottomed pans suitable for induction - Page 13

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB Overheat Pan Protection The hob is equipped with additional safety systems that help to prevent cookware from overheating, providing an additional level of safety not available on conven- tional hobs (such as gas and ceramic hobs). Approximate Glass Surface Temperature ( o C) Intelligent hob safety system 200 Reduces Power Boost setting to Power Level 9 250 Reduces power to 60% of power level setting 270 Switches cook zone off 300 Switches whole appli- ance off Note - The safety temperature control of the pans is only possible with quality flat bottomed pa..

Thick, flour based - Page 14

HEADING GOES HERE 6.220 USING THE HOB Preparation Very fast frying Fast Medium Slow Simmering, re-heating Keeping warm 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Soup Thin soup Thick soup   Fish Court-Bouillon Deep fried   Sauces Thick, flour based Buttery, containing eggs   Vegetables Spinach Pulses Boiled potatoes Carrots Saute potatoes Frozen vegetables          Meat Thin cuts of meat Fried steak   Other types of cooking Deep frying: frozen chips Deep frying: fresh chips Pressure cooking Stewed fruit Pancakes Custard To melt chocolate Jam Milk Fried eggs Pasta ..

USING THE HOB - Page 15

6.220 USING THE HOB USING THE HOB Troubleshooting with the Induction Hob Code Problem Possible Cause Solution Hob is not work- ing in display Child lock is activated Deactivate child lock Power boost not working The appliance is hot, power boost is deacti- vated when the appli- ance is hot to protect the electronics and prevents the pans from overheating Allow the appli- ance to cool ER21 Control unit cuts off after program setting Electronics overheating Allow the appli- ance to cool ER400 Check mains cable connection and terminals at the terminal block are wired correctly E2 Overheating o..

USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC - Page 16

USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC 7.160 Warning: Accessible parts may become hot when the grill is in use. Children should be kept away BEFORE YOU START GRILLING. . . . Before you use the grill, make sure you have placed the grill shelf in the posi- tion you need as once the grill is on you may injure yourself if you try to move the shelf. • Do not close the door while the grill is in use. • Turn the grill control knob to the heat setting you require. • On Richmond and Gourmet models only, turn the selector control knob to the grilling position, then select the heat setting you require. • ..

USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC - Page 17

USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC 7.160 Food Type Time Approx (mins) Bacon 8-15 Sausages 12 - 15 Chops • Lamb • Pork 10 - 15 15 - 25 Toast • 2 rounds • 4 rounds 1 - 2 (per side) 1 - 2 (per side) Bread products • Buns • Tea cakes 1 - 2 (per side) 1 - 2 (per side) Cheese on toast • 2 rounds • 4 rounds 4-5 4-5 Fish • fillets 10 - 15 Chicken • fillets 20 - 30 Beef Steaks • rare • medium • well done Gammon Steaks 7 - 10 10 - 15 15 - 20 12 - 15 As with any cooking guide, all times are approximate and can be adjusted to suit personal taste. i

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USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC ( - Page 18

8.100 USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC ( if fitted ) When you are cooking keep children away from the vicinity of the oven . Caution: The top element gets extremely hot when in use, so take extra care to avoid touch- ing it. The top oven is a conventional oven. Note: The top oven is not controlled by the programmer (if fitted). To turn on the top oven Turn the temperature control knob until the required temperature is selected. The red thermostat indicator will come on until the selected temperature is reached, and then go off. It will turn on and off periodically as the thermostat operates ..

USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC (if fitted) - Page 19

8.100 USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC (if fitted) TOP OVEN BAKING GUIDE Cooking times These times are based on cooking in a preheated oven. These cooking times are approximate, because the size and type of cooking dish will influence time as personal prefer - ences. Shelf positions As a general guide, when cooking frozen or chilled food, use the highest pos- sible shelf position, while allowing some clearance between the food and the top element. Follow the instructions given on packaging. Item Temperature (°C) Shelf Position Approximate cooking time Small cakes Victoria sandwich (2 x 180m..

The red thermostat neon (if fitted) will - Page 20

9.100 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC Accessible parts may be hot when the oven is used. Young children should be kept away. To switch on the oven Turn the oven control knob(s) to the required setting. The red thermostat neon (if fitted) will come on until the selected temperature is reached and then go off; it will turn on and off periodically as the thermostat operates to maintain the selected tem- perature. To switch off, return the control knob to the off position. When using the oven As part of the cooking process, hot air is expelled through a vent in the oven. When opening the oven d..

As this is a high efficiency oven, - Page 21

9.100 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC Slow cooking ( Setting or 100°C) • Make sure that frozen foods are thor- oughly thawed before cooking. • Do not slow cook joints of meat or poultry weighing more than 2¼kg/4½lb. • Preheat the oven to 170°C and cook for 30 minutes, then adjust the oven control to or 100°C (slow cook setting) for the remainder of the cooking time. • Slow cooking times will be about 3 times as long as conventional cooking times. • Do not open the oven door unneces- sarily during slow cooking, as this will result in heat loss at low tempera- tures. • Always ..

Small or thin pieces of frozen fish or meat - Page 22

9.100 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC There is no need to interchange dishes onto different shelves part way through cooking, as with a conventional oven. To help the air circulate freely Position the shelves evenly within the oven and maintain a clearance from the oven roof and base. If more than one cooking dish or bak- ing tray is to be used on a shelf, leave a gap of at least 25mm between the items themselves and the oven interior. Defrosting and cooling in the main oven To defrost frozen foods, turn the main oven control to the defrost position, place the food in the centre of the oven ..

USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC - Page 23

9.100 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC Note: This is a fanned oven, therefore some adjustment will have to be made to conventional cooking tempera- tures. The table below shows conven- tional cooking temperatures, fanned oven temperatures and gas marks. For opti- mum results, conventional temperatures need to be converted to fanned oven temperatures. For example, an item which would nor- mally cook at a conventional temperature of 180 °C, will now cook at the fanned oven temperature of 160°C. Conventional temperature (°C) Fanned Oven (°C) Gas Mark 100 110 130 140 150 160 180-190 200 220 2..

USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC - Page 24

9.100 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC Traditional fruit cakes It should be remembered that ovens can vary over time, therefore cooking times can vary, making it difficult to be precise when baking fruit cakes. It is necessary therefore, to test the cake before removal from the oven. Use a fine warmed skewer inserted into the centre of the cake. If the skewer comes out clean, then the cake is cooked. • Follow the temperatures suggested in the recipe and then adjust accord- ingly to the conversion table. • Do not attempt to make Christmas cakes larger than the oven can cope with, you sho..

USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC - Page 25

9.100 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC Roasting guide The times given in the roasting guide are only approximate, because the size and age of the bird will influence cooking times as will the shape of a joint and the proportion of the bone. Frozen meat should be thoroughly thawed before cooking. For large joints it is advis- able to thaw over night. Frozen poultry should be thoroughly thawed before cooking. The time required depends on the size of the bird - eg; a large turkey may take up to 48 hours to thaw. Use of a trivet with a roasting tin will reduce fat splashing and will help to keep..

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION - Page 26

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION 9.110 MULTIFUNCTION OVEN (IF FITTED) The multifunction oven may be controlled by the programmer (see The Program- mer/Clock for details). The programmer, if fitted must be set to manual before it can be used, or pro- grammed. Switching on the multifunction oven • Use the function control knob to select the function you wish to use - see the functions table for details. Note: You can change function during cooking if you wish, as long as the oven is in manual mode. • Turn the temperature control knob to the temperature you wish to use. • The therm..

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION - Page 27

9.110 Oven & Grill Functions Main Oven Func- tion Recommended Uses Base Heat Only Used to finish off the bases of food following cooking using the conventional or fanned modes. The base heat can be used to provide additional browning for pizzas, pies and quiche. Use this function towards the end of cooking. Top Heat Only The heat is ideal from browning off the tops of food as it is not as fierce as the grill following conventional or fanned cooking. Provides additional browning for dishes like Lasagna or Cauli- flower cheese. Use this function towards the end of cooking. Conventional..

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION - Page 28

9.110 Before you start grilling. . . . Before you use the grill, make sure you have placed the grill shelf in the posi- tion you need as once the grill is on you may injure yourself if you try to move the shelf. FANNED GRILL (IF FITTED) • This grill function must be used with the door closed. • Turn the selector control knob to the grill setting you require (conventional or fanned). • Turn the temperature selector to heat setting you require in a similar way to the selecting the oven temperature. • Note: Do not set the temperature any higher than 220°C. DUAL/SINGLE GRILL (IF FITTED..

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION - Page 29

9.110 Fanned oven guide • Some adjustment will have to be made to conventional cooking tem- peratures. • The table below shows conven- tional cooking temperatures, fanned temperatures and gas marks. For op- timum results using the fanned oven setting, conventional temperatures need to be converted to the fanned oven temperatures. • For example and item which would cook at 180°C will now cook at the fanned oven temperature of 160°C. • This is a high efficiency oven, you may notice an emission of steam when the door is opened. • When cooking chilled or frozen foods, use the recom..

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION - Page 30

9.110 COOKING GUIDE Pre-heating To get the best results from your oven, we recommend pre-heating for around 5 to 15 minutes before placing your dishes in. This is especially important for items which are chilled, frozen, batter based, yeast based or whisked sponges. If you are using a fanned function, you should still preheat but for a shorter time. The items in the cooking guide below are based on a pre-heated oven, but can be adjusted to take into account personal taste. Oven and bake-ware Always use high quality trays and tins for cooking. Poor quality tins and trays can warp in the oven..

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION - Page 31

9.110 Roasting Guide • Roasting times depend on the weight, shape and texture of the meat and personal preference. In order to calculate the roasting time, weigh the meat or poultry, including the stuffing, and follow the times given below. • Frozen meat must be thoroughly thawed before cooking. For large joints, it is advisable to thaw over- night. • Frozen poultry must be thoroughly thawed before cooking. The time required depends on the size of the bird - eg: a large turkey may take up to 48 hours to thaw. • When cooking stuffed meat or poul- try, calculate the cooking time from..

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION - Page 32

9.110 Roasting Guide Roast turkey • Roasting turkey perfectly involves cooking two different types of meat - the delicate light breast meat, which must not be allowed to dry out, and the darker leg meat, which takes longer to cook. • The turkey must be roasted long enough for the legs to cook, so frequent basting is necessary. The breast meat can be covered once browned. • Turkey should be roasted at 180°C - 190°C Conventional / 160°C - 180°C Fanned for 20 mins per 1lb, plus 20 minutes. • The turkey can be open roasted, breast side down, for half of the cook time, and then turne..

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION - Page 33

9.110 General Baking Guide Trouble-shooting - fruit cakes PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE Fruit sinking to the bottom Low oven temperature which may cause the cake to take longer to set, allowing the fruit to sink. Or, too much liquid, or raising agent. The fruit may not have been properly washed and dried. Cake sinking / dipping in the centre Too much raising agent in the mixture. Too hot, or too cool an oven. Or, not enough liquid or insuf- ficient creaming. Surface cracks Too small a tin, or too much mixture in the tin. Too much raising agent in the mix, plus not enough liquid or insufficient c..

USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION - Page 34

9.110 Cooling and Defrosting Function • To cool foods quickly straight after cooking, but before refrigerating or freezing, turn the oven control to the defrost position, and open the door. • To defrost frozen foods, turn the oven control to the defrost position, place the food in the centre of the oven and close the door. Defrosting times • Small or thin pieces of frozen fish or meat - eg; fish fillets, prawns, and mince will take approximately 1 - 2 hours. Placing the food in a single layer will reduce the thawing time. • A medium sized casserole or stew will take around 3 - 4 ..

USING THE OVEN - SLOW COOK ( - Page 35

USING THE OVEN - SLOW COOK ( if fitted ) 10.000 Introduction One of your oven compartments is an electric oven which provides a gentle heat suitable for slow cooking or keeping food warm. The oven is operated by a but- ton at the right hand of the fascia, and a red neon will illuminate to show that the oven is switched on. Please check which side the slow cook oven is on, by look- ing at the specification at the front of this handbook. The slow cook element is positioned in the base of the lower compartment- always make sure that the prepared cook- ing pot is placed centrally on the base ..

The advantages of slow cooking are - Page 36

USING THE OVEN - SLOW COOK ( if fitted ) 10.000 The advantages of slow cooking are as follows: • Food can be left to cook unattended for several hours and will keep hot for several hours if left covered, without spoiling for a further 2-3 hours, so foods can be left to cook while you are out for the day, or over night. • Inexpensive cuts of meat become deliciously tender when slow cooked. • Slow cooking will also produce moist, tender“roasts”with minimal meat shrink-age and reduced oven soiling. • Dishes such as soups, vegetables, puddings savory dishes and preserves are also s..

selected. This symbol will flash while a - Page 37

11.100 THE ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMMERS There are two types of programmer cov- ered in this section - push button & touch control. Both programmers have the same symbol variants & functions but may vary in their method of operation. The push button programmer Sym- bol Sym- bol What is it? - Down/minus Used to decrease cook / end time, remove minutes from the minute minder and adjust the time of day. Also for listening to and setting the alarm tone. + Up/plus Used to increase cook / end time, add minutes to the minute minder and adjust the time of day. FUNC- TION or MODE Function button U..

USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER-ELEC( - Page 38

11.100 This message and ‘A’ symbol appear when you are asked to enter in an end time, or when you would like the oven to switch itself off. To set the time of day • Press the Up and Down buttons together for a few seconds, and release. • The ‘•’ in between the numbers on the LED Display will begin to flash. • While the ‘•’ is flashing it is possible to adjust the time using the Up and Down buttons. Once the time has been set, allow approximately 30 seconds before using any of the other timer functions. This ensures that the time will remain correct. To select an alar..

oven for a specific length of time. If a dish - Page 39

11.100 Semi-automatic cooking There are two types of semi automatic cooking available on this appliance. The oven must be switched on, and in use to use either of these functions success- fully. The Duration method allows you to set the oven for a specific length of time. If a dish needed 2 hours to cook, then it would be possible for you to set the oven to turn off 2 hours later. This allows you to be sure that your food will be cooked for a set length of time and no longer. The End Time method allows you to enter a specific time when you would like the oven to switch off. If you wish to..

USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER-ELEC( - Page 40

11.100 SEMI-AUTOMATIC COOKING The duration method • Press the Function button twice,(1) which will skip past the Minute Minder. • The LED display will flash the word ‘dur’, (2) and the ‘A’ will flash on the left hand side of the display. • Use the Up and Down buttons to set the length of time you want to cook for.(3) This must be done within 5 seconds or the time of day will show again. Once this is done the oven will automati- cally switch off once the time has elapsed, and the alarm will sound. To switch off the alarm, press any button. To view any remaining time press the..

USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER-ELEC( - Page 41

11.100 FULLY AUTOMATIC COOKING (EX- AMPLE) This programming method is best suited for when a delayed start time is required. Unlike the semi automatic methods this requires both the duration and the end time to be entered. The timer will work out the start time and begin cooking. • Press the function button twice to select the length of time your food will need. (7) • The ‘A’ on the left hand side will flash and the ‘dur’ message will flash up. (8) • Using the Up and Down buttons set the time you require within 5 seconds of the ‘dur’ message. (9) • Press the function b..

selected. This symbol will flash while a - Page 42

11.100 The touch control programmer There are three touch control icons for this timer - the table below shows you what the symbols look like, depending on the model type, & their functions. Note - some functions require you to ‘touch & hold’ an icon for a few seconds, whilst others require you to just ‘touch’ the icon without holding. Sym- bol Sym- bol What is it? - Down/minus Used to decrease cook / end time, re- move minutes from the minute minder and adjust the time of day. Also for lis- tening to and setting the alarm tone. + Up/plus Used to increase cook / end time, ad..

USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER-ELEC( - Page 43

11.100 Setting the time of day Touch & hold the centre (function) icon for a few seconds until the ● symbol between the numbers on the LED display flashes. While the ● symbol is flashing, you can adjust the time of day by touching the plus & minus icons. Please note: the hours & minutes adjust quickly. Important - once the time of day has been set, allow approximately 30 seconds before using any of the other programmer functions. This ensures that the time of day will remain correct. Setting an alarm tone Touch & hold the plus & minus icons simultaneously until the..

USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER-ELEC( - Page 44

11.100 Use the plus & minus icons to select the time the oven is required to switch off. Once this is done the oven will switch itself off at the pre-selected time. To turn the alarm off, touch any icon. To cancel the semi-automatic programme at any time, touch the plus & minus icons together. Fully automatic cooking This function allows the cooker to switch on & off automatically. It requires both the duration & the end time to be entered. The timer will work out the start time & begin cooking. Touch & hold the centre (function) icon; the bell will flash & you ..

USING THE MINUTE MINDER (IF FITTED) - Page 45

USING THE MINUTE MINDER (IF FITTED) 11.200 ELECTRONIC MINUTE MINDER The digital timer enables you to set the time of day (24 hour clock) and the min- ute minder alarm. Setting the “Time of Day” • Switch on the electricity supply to the appliance. • The display will flash. • Press and release the time of day button. • Set the time of day with the plus and minus buttons. • The time will be set 7 seconds after the last plus or minus operation. Alarm tones After setting the time of day, you can select one of three alarm tones. Press the minus button to listen to the first tone, ..

CLEANING - Page 46

CLEANING 12.000 General • It is important to clean the product regularly as a build up of fat can af- fect its performance or damage it and may invalidate your guarantee. • Always switch off your appliance and allow it to cool down before you clean any part of it. • Do not use undiluted bleaches, products containing chlorides, wire wool or abrasive cleaners on alu- minium, stainless steel, or plastic/ painted parts as they can damage the appliance. Nylon pads can also be unsuitable. • Take extra care when cleaning over symbols on fascia panels. Excessive cleaning can lead to the sym..

Pull out to clean - Page 47

CLEANING 12.100 REMOVING OVEN PARTS FOR CLEANING Inner Door Glass (glass doors only) • Some models have a removable, in- ner door glass. It can be removed for cleaning but it must be replaced the right way up. If there is any writing on the glass, you must be able to read it clearly when the cavity doors are open. • Always make sure that the glass is pushed fully into the Stop position. • To remove the glass panel, open the door wide, hold the top and bottom edges and slide out. • Warning: Do not operate the appli- ance without the glass panel correctly fitted. • For your safety,..

TELESCOPIC SHELVING SYSTEM - Page 48

CLEANING 12.110 TELESCOPIC SHELVING SYSTEM (if fitted) • In addition to the traditional shelving fitted in your appliance, the tele - scopic shelving system is fitted in the most commonly used location in your cavity. • The shelves with the telescopic system are easier to pull out than traditional shelving, which means the oven door stays open for a shorter period of time. The smooth action also reduces the likelihood of fat, or food, spillage, and gives you extra security. • You do not have to use the telescopic shelves all of the time. You can place the shelves in the traditional..

ELECTRIC HOB - Page 49

CLEANING 12.210 ELECTRIC HOB Ceramic glass hobs • The ceramic hob top can be cleaned using a clean, damp cloth or kitchen paper. Do not use a used dishcloth or sponge as they can leave a film of detergent on the surface which can lead to discoloration. Please ensure that the elements are cooled fully to avoid steam burns. • You can use a specialist ceramic cleaner to restore the surface, but use sparingly to avoid coating the hob top too thickly. Too much cream cleaner will lead to discolouration. Use a dry, clean cloth to polish the surface. • For stubborn marks, a specialist hob sc..

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC - Page 50

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC Moving the cooker Take care if the appliance needs to be lifted during installation - always use an appropriate method of lifting. Do not attempt to move the cooker by pulling on the doors or handles. Open the door and grasp the frame of the cooker, taking care that the door does not shut on your fingers. Take care to avoid damage to soft or uneven floor coverings when moving the appliance. Some cushioned vinyl floor cov - erings may not be designed to withstand sliding appliances without marking or damage. Important: Ensure that you route all mai..

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC - Page 51

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC Clearances This cooker may be fitted flush to the base units of your kitchen. • No shelf, overhang, cupboard, or cooker hood should be less than 650mm above the hob top, but please check this with the hood manufacturers instructions. • If your appliance has a side opening door, we recommend a side clear- ance of 60mm to allow the oven door to fully open. • The cooker must have a side clear- ance above hob level of 90mm up to a height of 400mm. The important dimensions are those around the appliance.

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC - Page 52

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC Fitting the plinth (if applicable) • Ensure the appliance is raised to a height of 915mm or above using adjusting feet (A) before beginning. • Open the appliance doors and loosen screw (C), do not remove the screw entirely. If your appliance has a stor- age drawer at the bottom, you access thescrews through holes located at the base of the drawer after lifting the mat. • Fit plinth (B) and secure using screw (C). Fitting the splashback (if applicable) • Loosely fit screw A and nut B into hole 1 at both ends of the rear sur- face of the appli..

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC - Page 53

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC CONNECTING THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY - TERMINAL BLOCK • This appliance must be fitted to a switch providing all pole disconnec- tion with a minimum contact separa- tion of 3mm • Access to the mains terminal is gained by removing the terminal block cover at the rear of the appli- ance. • Connection should be made with a suitable flexible cable. • First strip the wires then push the cable through the cable clamp. • Connect the cable to the terminal block and tighten the cable clamp screws - see diagram. • Refit the terminal box cover. • S..

TECHNICAL DATA - Page 54

TECHNICAL DATA Induction Hob kW Rating @ 240v Left Front Left Back Middle Right Front Right Back 1.6kW Boost to 3.0kW 1.6kW Boost to 3.0kW 2.3kW Boost to 3.7kW 1.1kW Boost to 2.2kW 1.4kW Boost to 3.0kW Appliance Size 220 - 240 50 Hz (Sterling or Richmond) Sterling & Richmond 900 13.74kW - 14.95kW Sterling & Richmond 1000 13.47kW - 14.63kW Sterling & Richmond 1100 13.55kW - 14.72kW Countries of Destination: GB - great Britain. IE - Ireland.

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CUSTOMER CARE - Page 55

CUSTOMER CARE 15.010 FAQs What parts of the appliance can be washed in a dishwasher? • Any enamelled parts such as the grill- pan can be cleaned in a dishwasher, as can oven shelves and shelf guides. What parts must NOT be cleaned in a dishwasher? • Parts such as burner skirts and caps, control knobs and any cast iron items must not be cleaned in a dishwasher, they should be cleaned with hot soapy water and a nylon brush once they are cool enough. There’s been a power failure and the product won’t work. • Switch off the electricity supply. • When the power returns switch the ele..

CUSTOMER CARE - Page 56

CUSTOMER CARE 15.030 CUSTOMER CARE WEB SHOP Having purchased a superior cooker, hob or hood from us, you’ll naturally want to keep it looking great. And who better to help you care for it than the manufac- turer? We offer an extensive range of accesso- ries, components and cleaning products which, will instantly give your cooker a good as new look. In addition to the list of our most popular products below, we also have an exciting range of Bake ware and Cookware essen- tials including Roasting Pans, Cake Tins and Non-Stick Cooking Liners. For all enquires, please visit our Web Shop at ww..

CHANGING LIGHT BULBS - Page 57

CUSTOMER CARE 15.040 CUSTOMER CARE CHANGING LIGHT BULBS (where fitted) Warning: There is a risk of electric shock, so always make sure you have turned off and unplugged your appliance before starting. Always allow the product to cool down before you change a bulb. Not all appliances have the same number and type of bulbs. Before replacing your bulb, open the oven door and see which type you have. Then use the table to help you change your bulb correctly. Bulbs can be purchased from hardwarestores (always take the old bulb with you). Please remember that bulbs are not covered by your warran..

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Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.

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Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.

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in case of difficulty within the UK - Page 60

CUSTOMER CARE CUSTOMER CARE To contact Stoves about your appliance, please call Warranty Registration 0844 481 0182 to register your appliance Customer Care Helpline 0844 815 3740 in case of difficulty within the UK Alternatively general, spares and service information is available from our website at www.stoves.co.uk Please ensure that you have the product’s model no and serial no available when you call. These can be found on the silver data label on your product which is located: Ovens Open the door; adjacent to the oven cavity High-level grill products Inside the base compartment Hob..

Stoves Range
Electric Induction UK
Part No 082759605
Date 14/12/2016
Users Guide & Installation
Handbook