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INDEX
I.
COMBINING APPLIANCES / TABLES ................................................................................................................................... 2
II. DATAPLATE and TECHNICAL DATA..................................................................................................................................... 19
III. GENERAL INFORMATION..................................................................................................................................................... 22
IV. THE ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................................................................................................. 23
1. PACKING ............................................................................................................................................................................... 23
............................................................................................................................................................................... 23
3. CLEANING .............................................................................................................................................................................. 23
4. DISPOSAL .............................................................................................................................................................................. 23
V. INSTALLATION ...................................................................................................................................................................... 23
1. REFERENCE STANDARDS ................................................................................................................................................... 23
2. UNPACKING ........................................................................................................................................................................... 23
3. POSITIONING ......................................................................................................................................................................... 23
4. FUME EXHAUST AND VENTILATION .................................................................................................................................... 24
5. CONNECTIONS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 24
6. SAFETY THERMOSTAT ......................................................................................................................................................... 26
7. BEFORE LEAVING ................................................................................................................................................................. 26
8. HANDRAIL .............................................................................................................................................................................. 27
VI. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER ........................................................................................................................................... 28
1. COOKTOP USE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 28
2. OVEN USE .............................................................................................................................................................................. 29
VII. CLEANING.............................................................................................................................................................................. 30
1. EXTERNAL PARTS ................................................................................................................................................................. 30
2. OTHER SURFACES ................................................................................................................................................................ 30
3. PERIODS OF DISUSE ............................................................................................................................................................ 30
4. INTERNAL PARTS .................................................................................................................................................................. 30
VIII. MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 31
1. MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................................................................................................... 31
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    INDEX COMBINING APPLIANCES / TABLES ........................... 2 II. DATAPLATE and TECHNICAL DATA............................. 19 III. GENERAL INFORMATION..............................22 IV. THE ENVIRONMENT ................................23 1. PACKING ....................................23 2. USE ....................................23 3. CLEANING ....................................23 4. DISPOSAL ....................................23 V. INSTALLATION ..................................23 1.
  • Page 2: Dataplate And Technical Data

    II. DATAPLATE and TECHNICAL DATA IMPORTANT This manual contains information relevant to various appliances. See the appliance dataplate located under the control panel in order to identify the appliance (see fig. above). TABLE A - Gas/electrical appliance technical data +7GCGD2C00 +7GCGH4C00 +7GCGL6C00 +7GCGH4CG0...
  • Page 3 TABLE A - Gas/electrical appliance technical data +7GCGH4CGA +7GCGH4CEA +7GCGI6CL0 MODELS +7GCGD2C0A +7GCGH4C0A +7GCGL6C0A +7GCGH4CEN +7GCGL6C1A +7GCGL6C2A +7GCGI6CLA 400mm 800mm 1200mm 800mm TECHNICAL DATA 800mm 800mm 900mm Power supply voltage Electrical power absorbed Phases N° Frequency 50/60 50/60 ISO 7/1 Ø...
  • Page 4 TABLE A - Electrical appliance technical data MODELS +7ECEH4R0N +7ECEH4REN +7ECED2R0N +7ECMD2R05 +7ECMD2R06 +7ECEH4Q0N +7ECEH4QEN 400mm 400mm 400mm TECHNICAL DATA 800mm 800mm Power supply voltage Phases N° Frequency 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 Cooktop hot-plates (2.6 kW) Cooktop hot-plate max. power 10,4 10,4 Oven max.
  • Page 5: General Information

    III. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS • Carefully read the instruction handbook before using the appliance. • After installation keep the instruction handbook for future consultation. • FIRE HAZARD - Keep the area around the appliance clear and free from combustible materials. Do not keep flammable materials in the vicinity of the appliance.
  • Page 6: The Environment

    IV. THE ENVIRONMENT 1. REFERENCE STANDARDS • Install the appliance in accordance with the safety regu- lations and local laws of the country where used. 1. PACKING • AUSTRALIA: this appliance shall be installed only by Packing materials are environment friendly and can authorised persons and in accordance with the manufactu- be stored without risk, or burned in a special waste rer’s installation instructions, local gas fitting regulation-...
  • Page 7: Fume Exhaust And Ventilation

    4. FUME EXHAUST 3.1. COMBINING APPLIANCES • (Fig.1A) Remove the control panels of the appliances by For Australia, ventilation must be in accordance with undoing the 4 fixing screws. australian building codes and kitchen exhaust hoods must • (Fig.1B) Remove the fixing screw nearest the control panel, comply with AS/NZS1668.1 and AS 1668.2 from each side to be joined.
  • Page 8 5.1.2. CONNECTION 5.1.6. CONVERSION TO ANOTHER TYPE OF GAS • See the installation diagram for the position of the gas “Technical data/gas nozzles” Table B gives the type of nozzles connection on the bottom of the appliance. to be used when replacing those installed by the manufacturer •...
  • Page 9: Safety Thermostat

    5.1.6.5 REPLACING THE PILOT BURNER NOZZLE 5.2. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES (oven) 5.2.1. ELECTRICAL CONNECTION (Fig. 4A - Table A) • Undo screw coupling “H” and replace nozzle “G” with one IMPORTANT! Before connecting, make sure the mains voltage suitable for the gas type (Table B, fig.3D). and frequency match that given on the dataplate.
  • Page 10: Handrail

    8. HANDRAIL 8.1.3 ELECTROLUX HANDRAIL • Fix supports “A” to the edge of the top at the holes prepared, Marine appliances are equipped with a front handrail that can with screw “B”, plate “C” and respective nuts and washer, as be fitted by drilling the shelf according to the following diagram shown in the figure.
  • Page 11: Instructions For The User

    IV. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE 1.2. ELECTRIC MODELS • Equipped with rapid heating electric hot-plates each of 2.6 USER kW power. • To ensure long life of the hot-plates, observe the following: use flat-bottomed pots; 1. COOKTOP USE do not leave the hot-plates switched on without pots or with empty pots.
  • Page 12: Oven Use

    2. OVEN USE 2.2. ELECTRIC MODELS The heating elements are controlled by a 4-position selector knob “D”, whereas the oven temperature is controlled by a 2.1. GAS MODELS thermostat “E”. The thermostatic valve control knob has the following posi- Use the selector knob to choose the most suitable type tions: of heating, using the appropriate heating elements: Off position...
  • Page 13: Cleaning

    V. CLEANING 2. OTHER SURFACES CAST IRON ELECTRIC HOT-PLATES Clean the hot-plates with a damp cloth, then switch them on CAUTION! for a few minutes to dry rapidly; lastly, lubricate them with Before carrying out any cleaning operation, disconnect the a light film of cooking oil.
  • Page 14: Maintenance

    • The pilot burner is not heating the thermocouple sufficiently. For service and spare parts, please contact: • Faulty thermocouple. Electrolux - Tom Stoddart Pty Ltd • The gas cock and/or gas valve knob is not being pressed Zanussi - JL Lennard Pty Ltd enough.

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