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Users Guide & Installation - Page 1

Stoves Range Gas UK Part No 083140305 Date 05/12/2014 Users Guide & Installation Handbook

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CONTENTS & INTRODUCTION - Page 2

CONTENTS & INTRODUCTION 3.000 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 C..

specifications - changes may have been - Page 3

CONTENTS & INTRODUCTION 3.000 Our policy is one of constant development and improvement, therefore we cannot guarantee the strict accuracy of all of our illustrations and specifications - changes may have been made subsequent to publishing. GAS WARNING If you smell gas: Do not try to light any appliance. Do not touch any electrical switch. Call the Gas Emergency Helpline at 0800 111999

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grill pan trivet before their first use in hot - Page 4

SAFETY 5.110 BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT Make sure that you have removed all packaging and wrapping. Some of the items inside this appliance may have ad- ditional wrapping. It is advised that you turn the ovens and/ or grill on for a short while. This will burn off any residues left from manufacturing. There may be a smell which accompanies this process - but this is nothing to worry about and is harmless. It is recommended that you wash the oven shelves, baking tray, grill pan and grill pan trivet before their first use in hot soapy water. This will remove the protec- tive oil coating. GENER..

SAFETY - Page 5

SAFETY 5.110 WARNING! - The appliance must never be disconnected from the mains supply during use, as this will seriously affect the safety and performance, particularly in relation to surface temperatures becoming hot and gas operated parts not working efficiently. The cooling fan (if fitted) is designed to run on after the control knob has been switched off. WARNING! - Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in operation. WARNING! - Do not store or use flammable liquids or items in the vicinity of this appliance. WARNING! - Do not modify this appliance. WARN..

If you smell gas: - Page 6

SAFETY 5.110 away. WARNING! - Never place food, or dishes on the base of the main oven, the element is here and it will cause over heating. WARNING! - Do not modify the outer panels of this appliance in any way. WARNING! - This appliance must be earthed. WARNING! - The top element gets extremely hot when in use, so take care to avoid touching it. GAS WARNING! - If you smell gas: Do not try to light any appliance. Do not touch any electrical switch. Contact your local gas supplier immediately. Caution: This appliance is for cooking purposes only. It must not be used for other purposes, for e..

If a pan catches fire: - Page 7

SAFETY 5.110 GAS HOB Do • Always ensure that pan bases are dry and flat before using them on the hob. • Always position pans over the centre of the heat zone, and turn the handles to a safe position so they cannot be knocked or grabbed. • Always use pans which are no smaller than 100mm (4”), or larger than 250mm (10”). Use a 230 mm (9”) pan above the wok burner, if two or more other hotplate burners are in use at the same time. • Always match the size of pan to the heat zone – do not use large pans on small zones or vice versa. • Always make sure that the burner caps, rin..

Hob Ignition & Use - Page 8

6.000 USING THE HOB - GAS • If your hob is supplied with left and right handed pan supports, ensure that they are located over the align- ment pins and are sitting flat on the hob. • Use pans which are large enough to avoid overflows onto the hob surface. • Wipe any spillage as soon as pos- sible. • Clean the hob top as regularly as possible, this will prevent any build up of grease which may be a fire hazard. • Pans should not be allowed to come into contact with coloured trims dur- ing use as this may cause discoloura- tion of the surface Hob Ignition & Use • To turn on..

Appliances fitted with glass lids are fitted - Page 9

USING THE HOB - GAS 6.000 FOLD DOWN LID (IF FITTED) Caution: Glass lids may shatter when heated. Turn off all the burners before shutting the lid. When opening and closing the lid, use the cooler outer sides of the lid glass. The lid must be opened fully, so there is no danger of it closing while the hob is being used. Appliances fitted with glass lids are fitted with a safety system which will auto- matically turn off the hot plate burners if they are inadvertently left on as the lid is closed. The lid is not intended to be used as a work surface, as it becomes hot when any part of the c..

Before using the griddle for the first - Page 10

6.510 USING THE GRIDDLE (IF FITTED) THE GRIDDLE Only use the griddle which has been approved for use on this appliance. Do not use any other griddle, as this may be hazardous. Please read these instructions thoroughly before using the griddle for the first time. • The griddle is made of quality cast iron, and has a non-stick cooking sur- face Regular seasoning will prolong its life and prevent rusting. If the griddle shows signs of rust, wash and re-season. Before using the griddle for the first time • Wash the griddle thoroughly in hot soapy water. • Season with a minimum amount of..

USING THE GRILL - GAS (IF FITTED) - Page 11

7.000 USING THE GRILL - GAS (IF FITTED) Caution: Accessible parts may be hot when the grill is used - young children should be kept away. A grill pan handle can be purchased as an optional extra from our spares department quoting the numbers below. Handle - 082283705 Handle grip - 082469100 Complete grillpan pack - 012635666 Contact details can be found on the customer care page. If cleaning the grill pan when it is hot, use oven gloves to move it. Food for grilling should be positioned centrally on the trivet. Using the grill Important: The grill door must be fully open when the grill is u..

USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC (IF FITTED) - Page 12

USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC (IF FITTED) 7.130 Caution: Accessible parts may be hot when the grill is used - young children should be kept away. A grill pan handle can be purchased as an optional extra from our spares department quoting the numbers below. Handle - 082283705 Handle grip - 082469100 Complete grillpan pack - 012635666 Contact details can be found on the customer care page. If cleaning the grill pan when it is hot, use oven gloves to move it. Food for grilling should be positioned centrally on the trivet. Using the grill Important: The grill door must be fully open when the grill..

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) - Page 13

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) USING THE TOP OVEN Ignition Push in and turn the top oven control knob to the ‘FULL ON’ position. Hold the control knob in, and press the ignition switch (if fitted) or hold a lighted match or taper to the burner, until the burner lights. Hold the control knob in for 15 seconds. Do not hold the control knob in for longer that 15 seconds. If the burner fails to light within this time, release the control knob and wait one minute before attempting further ignition. Turn the control knob to the required setting. To switch off, return the control knob t..

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) - Page 14

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) OVEN FURNITURE Baking tray and roasting tins For best cooked results and even brown- ing, the maximum size baking trays and roasting tins that should be used are as follows; Baking tray 350mm x 330mm Roasting tin 370mm x 320mm Position baking trays and roasting tins on the middle of the shelves, and leave one clear shelf position between shelves, to allow for circulation of heat. Oven shelves Extra shelves may be ordered from your local supplier. The oven shelf must be positioned with the upstand at the rear of the oven and facing upwards. The top oven s..

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) - Page 15

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) Dish Recommended gas mark Suggested shelf position Approximate cooking time (preheated oven) Scones Meringues 7 “S” slow setting top - middle bottom 10 - 15 mins 2 - 3 hours Cakes Small cakes Whisked sponge Swiss roll Victoria sandwich (2 x 180mm / 7” per shelf) Genoese Sponge (2 x 180mm / 7” per shelf) 5 5 6 4 5 middle middle middle middle (side by side) middle 15 - 25 mins 20 - 30 mins 10 - 12 mins 20 - 35 mins 25 - 30 mins Pastry Rough Puff Flaky / Puff Shortcrust Flan 7 6 6 6 middle middle middle middle cooking time depends on recipe & ty..

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) - Page 16

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) 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. • Do not attempt to make Christmas cakes larger than the oven can cope with, you should allow at least 25mm (1 inch) space between the oven walls and the tin. • Always follow the temperatur..

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) - Page 17

USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS (IF FITTED) Cook in oven at Gas Mark 5 Approximate Cooking Time (preheated oven) Beef Rare Medium Well done 20 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 20 minutes 25 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 25 minutes 30 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 30 minutes Lamb Medium Well Done 25 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 25 minutes 30 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 30 minutes Pork 35 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 35 minutes Poultry 20 minutes per 450g (1lb), plus 20 minutes Roasting guide The times given in the roasting guide are only approximate, because the size and age of the bird will influence ..

switch (if fitted) or hold a lighted match - Page 18

USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS USING THE MAIN OVEN Ignition Push in and turn the main oven control knob to the ‘FULL ON’ position. Hold the control knob in, and press the ignition switch (if fitted) or hold a lighted match or taper to the burner, until the burner lights. If after 15 seconds, the burner has not lit, turn off the oven and leave the compartment door open. Wait at least one minute before a further attempt to ignite the burner. Do not hold the control knob in for more than 15 seconds. Turn the control knob to the required setting. Note; Some appliance’s are automatic ignition ..

USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS - Page 19

USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS For roasting joints of meat or poultry, and for pot roasts preheat the oven to gas mark 6 and cook for 30 minutes, then adjust the oven control to the “S” slow setting for the remainder of the cooking time. Slow cooking times will be about three times as long as conventional cooking times. MAIN OVEN BAKING GUIDE Dish Recom- mended gas mark Suggested shelf position Approximate cooking time (preheated oven) Scones Meringues 7 “S” slow set middle - top bottom 8 - 15 mins 2 - 3 hours Cakes Small cakes Whisked sponge Swiss roll Victoria sandwich (2 x 180mm/7”)..

USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS - Page 20

USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS 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. • Do not attempt to make Christmas cakes larger than the oven can cope with, you should allow at least 25mm (1 inch) space between the oven walls and the tin. • Always follow the temperatures rec- omm..

USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS - Page 21

USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS 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 the oven i..

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) - Page 22

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) 9.103 Accessible parts may be hot when the oven is used. Young children should be kept away. The tall fanned oven fitted to your appli - ance is electric. To switch on the oven Turn the oven control knob(s) to the required setting. The red thermostat indicator (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 pr..

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) - Page 23

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) 9.103 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. ..

Small or thin pieces of frozen fish or meat - Page 24

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) 9.103 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..

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) - Page 25

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) 9.103 Note: This is a high efficiency oven, there - fore some adjustment will have to be made to conventional cooking tempera- tures. The table below shows conven- tional cooking temperatures, ‘A’ efficiency temperatures and gas marks. For opti- mum results, conventional temperatures need to be converted to ‘A’ efficiency temperatures. For example, an item which would nor- mally cook at a conventional temperature of 180 °C, will now cook at the ‘A’ ef- ficiency temperature of 160°C. Conventional temperature (°C) ‘A’ Efficiency..

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) - Page 26

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) 9.103 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 wit..

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) - Page 27

USING THE TALL FANNED OVEN - (90CM ONLY) 9.103 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 he..

USING THE OVEN - SLOW COOK ( - Page 28

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 29

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..

USING THE CLOCK PROGRAMMER-GAS (IF FITTED) - Page 30

The ‘function’ button in the centre is used for setting the minute minder and setting up the automatic cooking. See below for details. To set the time of day When the power is turned on to the appli- ance, the time of day starts from 0.00. Press and release the (minus) and (plus) buttons simultaneously. Set the time of day, eg 2.00 with the and but- tons while the ‘dot’ between the hours and minutes is flashing. To select an alarm tone Press and hold the (minus) button to listen to the first tone. Release the button and press it again to listen to the second tone, etc. Releasing t..

USING THE MINUTE MINDER (IF FITTED) - Page 31

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, ..

WARNING:- - Page 32

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..

glass panel correctly fitted. - Page 33

CLEANING 12.100 REMOVING OVEN PARTS FOR CLEANING Inner Door Glass (glass doors only) • The inner door glass panel 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 appliance without the glass panel correctly fitted. • For your safety, glass door panels are made ..

TELESCOPIC SHELVING SYSTEM - Page 34

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..

CLEANING - Page 35

CLEANING 12.200 GAS HOB Burner caps and heads • The slots in the burner head where the flames burn should be cleared of deposits. • Clean with a nylon brush, rinse and then dry thoroughly. There may be brown coloured markings on your burners; these are carbon deposits or fat stains and can be removed using a soap filled pad. • Do not put burners in the dishwasher or soak them. Using dishwasher pow- ders, washing up liquids and caustic pastes can damage the burners. • Burner caps and heads must be repositioned correctly so that they sit squarely on to the hob as shown. This is part..

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS - Page 36

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS Before you start: Please read the in- structions. Planning your installation will save you time and effort. Prior to installation, ensure that the local distribution conditions (nature of the gas and gas pressure) and the adjustment of the appliance are compatible. The adjust- ment conditions are stated on the data badge. This appliance is not connected to a com- bustion evacuation device. It shall be in- stalled and connected in accordance with current installation regulation. Particular attention shall be given to the relevant requirements regarding ventila..

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS - Page 37

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS Whilst every care is taken to eliminate burrs and raw edges from this product, please take care when handling - we recommend the use of protective gloves during installation. Moving the cooker Please note that the weight of this ap- pliance is in excess of 60kg (unpacked). 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. T..

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS - Page 38

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS 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 manufactur- ers instructions. • If your appliance has a side opening door, we recommend a side clearance 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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Fitting the splashback (if applicable) - Page 39

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS Fitting the splashback (if applicable) • Remove screw “A” (x2 Black), buffer “B” (x2) and nut “C” (x2), before fit - ting the splashback • Position the splashback at the rear of the appliance. Align the screw holes on the splashback with the corresponding screw holes, on the appliance rear. • Fit screws “D” (x4 steel), to fix the splashback onto the appliance. • Refit the screws “A” (x2), buffer “B” (x2), and nuts “C” (x2), as shown. Fitting the towel rail (if applicable) • On the towel rail there are two hole, top (A)..

The cooker is fitted with LEVELLING - Page 40

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS LEVELLING YOUR COOKER Place a spirit level on a baking sheet onto an oven shelf. The cooker is fitted with LEVELLING FEET. Level your cooker to your desired height using the levelling feet at the front and rear of the cooker. CONNECT TO THE ELECTRICITY SUP- PLY (mains ignition models only) Warning: This appliance must be earthed. The flexible mains lead is supplied con - nected to a BS 1363 fused plug, the plug is fitted with the correct fuse. Replace only with a fuse of the same rat- ing and type. The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance wit..

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS - Page 41

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS CONNECT TO THE GAS SUPPLY The inlet to the cooker is ½” BSP internal situated at the rear right corner. Fit the bayonet connection. This should be located so as to ensure that the flexible connector hose does not kink. Under no circumstances should the flex - ible connector be allowed to come into contact with the vertical oven flue tubes on the rear of the appliance. Use a 900mm - 1125mm length of flexible connector. Ensure that all pipework is of the correct rating for both size and temperature. Flexible connections should comply with BS 669. Parts o..

Spark gap: 3 - 4mm. Flame supervision: - Page 42

TECHNICAL DATA Data badge - lower part of front frame. Type of gas: This cooker must only be used with Natu- ral Gas Gas category - Natural Gas I 2H Pressure test point use the oven injector Burner Aeration: Fixed Pressure setting: G20 Natural gas @ 20mbar Appliance class - class 1 Grill - Electric (Richmond) Gas (Sterling) Gas (90cm all models) Hob - burners have burner heads and caps which are removable for cleaning Oven Oven burners are sheet steel, with pierced ports in stainless steel frame strip. Spark gap: 3 - 4mm. Flame supervision: thermoelectric type. Thermostat phial: rear right ..

Electric oven (if fitted) - Page 43

TECHNICAL DATA Hotplate Burner / Element Nat Gas LPG Gas Butane g/h Propane g/h kW Jet kw Jet 90 cm Hob - small Hob - medium x2 Hob - large Hob - wok Grill Oven 1.0kW 2.0kW 3.0kW 3.5kW 2.4kW 2.5kW 77 104 129 63/121 1.15mm 180 amal N/A N/A N/A N/A Feature Rating Electric @ 230V Cooling fan Oven lights Electric oven (if fitted) 10W each 25W each 2.3kW

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CUSTOMER CARE - Page 44

CUSTOMER CARE 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 electricity..

CUSTOMER CARE - Page 45

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..

(one at each corner) and remove (Where fitted). - Page 46

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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CUSTOMER CARE - Page 48

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 Gas UK
Part No 083140305
Date 05/12/2014
Users Guide & Installation
Handbook