3.1. COMBINING APPLIANCES
• (Fig.1A) Remove the control panels of the appliances by
undoing the 4 fixing screws.
• (Fig.1B) Remove the fixing screw nearest the control panel,
from each side to be joined.
• (Fig.1D) Bring the appliances together and level them by
turning the feet until the tops match.
• (Fig.1C) Turn one of the two plates inside the appliances
• (Fig.1E) From inside the control panel of the same applian-
ce, join them at the front side, screwing one TE M5x40
screw (supplied) on the opposite insert.
3.2. FLOOR FIXING
To avoid accidental tipping of built-in half-module appliances installed
separately, fix them to the floor carefully following the instructions
enclosed with the corresponding accessory (F206136).
3.3 INSTALLATION ON BRIDGE, CANTILEVER FRAME
OR CEMENT PLINTH
Carefully follow the instructions enclosed with the correspon-
Follow the instructions supplied with the optional product
3.4. SEALING GAPS BETWEEN APPLIANCES
Follow the instructions supplied with the optional sealing
3.5. ADjUSTMENT G9
Once installed in order to optimize the door closure operate
using a screwdriver to adjust the spring lock's height (press
the spring lock down fully and turn clockwise to lower, anti-
4. FUME EXHAUST
For Australia, ventilation must be in accordance with
australian building codes and kitchen exhaust hoods must
comply with AS/NZS1668.1 and AS 1668.2
4.1. TYPE "A1" APPLIANCES
Position type "A1" appliances under an extraction hood to
ensure removal of fumes and steam produced by cooking.
SUB CLAUSE 4.1 is not relevant for australian stan-
• Any installation work or maintenance to the sup-
ply system (gas, electricity, water) must only be
carried out by the utility company or an authorised
See the appliance dataplate for the product code.
See the installation diagram for the type and position of
5.1. GAS APPLIANCES
IMPORTANT! Ensure that the available gas supply matches
the data label; to convert the gas type, follow the instructions
in par. 5.1.6. in this chapter.
Make sure the appliance is arranged for the type of gas to
be used. Otherwise, carefully follow the instructions given
in the chapter: "Gas appliance conversion / adjustment".
Fit a rapid gas shut-off cock/valve ahead of each appliance.
Install the cock/valve in an easily accessed place.
Clean the pipes to remove any dust, dirt or foreign matter
which could block the supply.
The gas supply line must ensure the gas flow necessary
for full operation of all the appliances connected to the
system. A supply line with insufficient flow will affect cor-
rect operation of the appliances connected to it.