Kenwood CK 404 FS Instructions For Use Manual

Kenwood CK 404 FS Instructions For Use Manual

Dual fuel double oven cooker


K 404 FS
Instructions for use - Installation advice


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  • Page 1 DU L FUEL DOUBLE OVEN COOKER K 404 FS Instructions for use - Installation advice...
  • Page 2 Dear Customer, Thank you for purchasing a Kenwood Dual Fuel Cooker The safety precautions and recommendations in these instructions are for your own safety and that of others. They will also provide a means by which to make full use of the features offered by your appliance.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Page Number Introduction ..........3 Important Safeguards &...
  • Page 4: Important Safeguards & Recommendations

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS AND RECOMMENDATIONS After having unpacked the appliance, check to ensure that it is not damaged and that the oven doors close correctly. In case of doubt, do not use it and consult your supplier or a pro- fessionally qualified technician. Packing elements (i.e.
  • Page 5 • Fire risk! Do not store flammable material in the ovens or in the storage compartment. • Make sure that electrical cables connecting other appliances in the proximity of the cooker cannot come into contact with the hob or become entrapped in the oven door/s. •...
  • Page 6: Cooking Hob

    1 - COOKING HOB Fig. 1.1 GAS BURNERS 1. Auxiliary burner (A) 1,00 kW 2. Semi-rapid burner (SR) 1,75 kW 3. Rapid burner (R) 3,00 kW 4. Triple-ring burner (TR) 3,50 kW Note: The electric ignition is incorporated in the knobs. The appliance has a safety valve system fitted, the flow of gas will be stopped if and when the flame should accidentally go out.
  • Page 7: Control Panel

    2 - CONTROL PANEL Fig. 2.1 CONTROL PANEL - Controls description 1. Front right burner control knob 2. Rear right burner control knob 3. Central burner control knob 4. Rear left burner control knob 5. Front left burner control knob 6.
  • Page 8: Use Of Cooking Hob

    3 - USE OF COOKING HOB GAS BURNERS Each burner is controlled by a gas tap which opens and closes the gas supply. Line the control knob symbol up with the indicator on the control panel (fig. 3.1) to obtain: –...
  • Page 9 LIGHTING GAS BURNERS FITTED CHOICE OF THE BURNER WITH SAFETY VALVE DEVICE On the control panel, near each knob, there is a diagram that indicates which To ignite the burner, the following burner is controlled by that knob. instructions are to be followed: Select the burner that is most suitable for the diameter and capacity of the pan 1) Press in the corresponding knob and...
  • Page 10: Fan Main Oven

    4 - FAN MAIN OVEN OPERATING PRINCIPLES Attention: the oven door becomes Heating and cooking in the FAN oven very hot during operation. are obtained in the following ways: Keep children away. a. by forced convection A fan sucks in the air contained in the oven muffle, which sends it through the circular heating element and then GENERAL FEATURES...
  • Page 11 Fig. 4.1 Fig. 4.2 TEMPERATURE KNOB (fig. 4.1) To turn on the heating elements of the oven, set the switch knob on the desired program and select the required temperature. To set the temperature, line up the temperature knob indicator with the required temper- ature.
  • Page 12 HOT AIR COOKING The circular element and the fan are on. The heat is diffused by forced convection and the temperature must be regulated between 50° and 250 °C with the thermostat knob. It is not necessary to preheat the oven. Recommended for: For foods that must be well done on the outside and tender or rare on the inside, i.
  • Page 13: Cooking Advice

    COOKING ADVICE SIMULTANEOUS COOKING OF DIFFERENT FOODS STERILIZATION The FAN consents a simultaneous het- erogeneous cooking of different foods. Sterilization of foods to be conserved, in full and hermetically sealed jars, is done Different foods such as fish, cake and in the following way: meat can be cooked together without mixing the smells and flavours together.
  • Page 14: Conventional Oven

    5 - CONVENTIONAL OVEN OPERATING PRINCIPLES Attention: the oven door becomes Heating and cooking in the CONVEN- very hot during operation. TIONAL oven are obtained in the follow- Keep children away. ing ways: a. by natural convection GENERAL FEATURES The heat is produced by the upper and lower heating elements.
  • Page 15 OVEN COOKING OVEN LIGHT Before introducing the food, preheat the oven to the desired temperature. By setting the knob to this position, only For a correct preheating operation, it is the oven light comes on. advisable to remove the tray from the It remains on in all the cooking modes.
  • Page 16: Cooking Guide

    6 - COOKING GUIDE Temperature and times given are approximate, as they will vary depending on the quality and amount of food being cooked. Remember to use ovenproof dishes and to adjust the oven temperature during cooking if necessary. COOKING CHART Temperature Food Cooking Time (approx)
  • Page 17: 120 Minutes Timer

    7 - 120 MINUTES TIMER 120 MINUTES TIMER Fig. 7.1) The timer can be set to a maximum of 120 minutes and a buzzer will sound at the end of the countdown. The knob must be rotated clockwise as far as the 120 minutes position first and then set to the required time by rotating it anticlockwise.
  • Page 18: Cleaning & Maintenance

    8 - CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE GENERAL ADVICE – When the appliance is not being used, it is advisable to keep the gas tap closed. – Every now and then check to make sure that the flexible tube that connects the gas line or the gas cylinder to the appliance is in perfect condition and eventually substitute it if it shows signs of wearing or damage.
  • Page 19 ENAMELLED PARTS All the enamelled parts must be cleaned with a sponge and soapy water or other non- abrasive products. Dry preferably with a soft cloth. Acidic substances like lemon juice, tomato sauce, vinegar etc. can damage the enamel if left in contact for too long. STAINLESS STEEL, ALUMINIUM PARTS AND SILK-SCREEN PRINTED SURFACES Clean using an appropriate product.
  • Page 20 GAS TAPS CORRECT REPLACEMENT OF THE BURNERS In the event of operating faults in the gas taps, call the After Sales Service It is very important to check that the Department. burner flame distributor F and the cap C has been correctly positioned (see figs. 8.1 - 8.2) - failure to do so can cause BURNERS serious problems.
  • Page 21 TRIPLE RING BURNER The triple ring burner must be correctly positioned (see fig. 8.3); the burner rib must be enter in their logement as shown by the arrow. The burners must be correctly positioned so that they cannot rotate (fig. 8.4). Then position the cap A and the ring B (fig.
  • Page 22 Fig. 8.6 OVEN DOOR STORAGE COMPARTMENT The storage compartment is accessible The internal glass panel can be easily through the pivoting panel (fig. 8.7). removed for cleaning by unscrewing the retaining screws (Fig. 8.6). Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass since they can Do not store flammable material in...
  • Page 23 INSIDE OF OVEN The oven should always be cleaned after use when it has cooled down. The cavity should be cleaned using a mild detergent solution and warm water. Suitable proprietary chemical cleaners may be used after first consult- ing with the manufacturers recommen- dations and testing a small sample of the oven cavity.
  • Page 24 REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR Fig. 8.10A The oven door can easily be removed as follows: – Open the door to the full extent (fig. 8.10A). – Attach the retaining rings to the hooks on the left and right hinges (fig. 8.10B). –...
  • Page 25: Advice For The Installer

    Advice for the installer IMPORT NT – Cooker installation and maintenance must only be carried out by a suitably qualified and registered technician and in compliance with the local safety standards. Failure to observe this rule will invalidate the warranty. –...
  • Page 26: Installation

    9 - INSTALLATION This cooker has class “2/1” overheating protection so that it can be installed next to a cabinet. If the cooker is installed adjacent to furniture which is higher than the gas hob cooktop, a gap of at least 50 mm must be left between the side of the cooker and the furniture. The furniture walls adjacent to the cooker must be made of material resistant to heat.
  • Page 27 FITTING THE ADJUSTABLE FEET The adjustable feet must be fitted to the base of the cooker before use. Rest the rear of the cooker on a piece of the polystyrene packag- ing exposing the base for the fit- ting of the feet. Fit the 4 legs by screwing them tight into the support base as Fig.
  • Page 28 MOVING THE COOKER WARNING When raising cooker to upright posi- tion always ensure two people carry out this manoeuvre to prevent dam- age to the adjustable feet (fig. 9.5). WARNING Be careful: do not lift the cooker by the door handle when raising to the upright position (fig.
  • Page 29 STABILITY BRACKET We recommend a stability bracket is fitted to the cooker. The type shown in fig. 9.8 can be purchased from most plumbers merchants and do it yourself (D.I.Y.) shops. Existing slot in rear of cooker Bracket Fig. 9.8 Dotted line showing the position of cooker when fixed Outline of cooker...
  • Page 30 PROVISION FOR VENTILATION – The appliance should be installed into a room or space with an air supply in accordance with BS 5440-2: 2000. – For rooms with a volume of less than 5 m - permanent ventilation of 100 cm free area will be required.
  • Page 31: Gas Section

    10 - GAS SECTION IMPORTANT NOTE This appliance is supplied for use on NATURAL GAS or LPG (check the gas regulation label attached on the appliance). – Appliances supplied for use on NATURAL GAS: they are adjusted for this gas only and cannot be used on any other gas (LPG) without modification.
  • Page 32 GAS CONNECTION The installation of the gas appliance to Natural Gas or LP Gas must be carried out by a suitably qualified and registered installer. Installers shall take due account of the provi- sions of the relevant British Standards Code of Practice, the Gas Safety Regulations and the Building Standards (Scotland)(Consolidation) Regulations issued by the Scottish Development Department.
  • Page 33 Gas connection Cat: II 2H3+ The gas supply must use the nearest gas inlet pipe which is located at the left or the right hand side at the rear of the appliance (figs. 10.1 - 10.3). The hose should also be connected in such away that it does not touch the floor. To screw the connecting tube operate with two spanners (fig.
  • Page 34 IMPORTANT PRESCRIPTIONS FOR GAS CONNECTION Rear wall Suggested area for gas mains connection Fig. 10.3...
  • Page 35 CONVERSION TO LPG / NATURAL GAS 1 - Injectors replacement of top burners If the injectors are not supplied they can be obtained from the “Service Centre”. The diameter is marked on the injector in cents of millimetre. Select the injectors to be replaced according to the “Table for the choice of the injectors”...
  • Page 36 TABLE FOR THE CHOICE OF THE INJECTORS Cat: 2H3+ G30 - 28-30 mbar G31 - 37 mbar 20 mbar Nominal Reduced Ø injector Ø injector Power Power BURNERS [1/100 mm] [1/100 mm] [Hs - kW] [Hs - kW] Auxiliary (A) 1,00 0,30 72 (X)
  • Page 37: Electrical Section

    11 - ELECTRICAL SECTION N.B. For connection to the mains, do not use adapters, reducers or IMPORTANT: The cooker must be branching devices as they can cause installed in accordance with the overheating and burning. manufacturer’s instructions. Incorrect installation, for which the If the installation requires alterations to manufacturer accepts no responsi- the domestic electrical system, call an...
  • Page 38 TECHNICAL DATA ELECTRICAL FEEDER CABLE CONNECTION 230 V AC - 50 Hz To connect the supply cable: Fan Main oven - Remove the screws securing the – Grill element 2.00 kW cover “A” on the rear of the cooker – Circular element 2.50 kW (fig.
  • Page 39: Guarantee

    GUARANTEE UK only If your appliance goes wrong within one year from the date you bought it, we will repair it (or replace it if necessary) free of charge provided: • you have not misused, neglected, or damaged it; • it has not been modified; •...
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