Handle the appliance with care in order to avoid damage
or danger to people. Use a pallet for handling and
The installation diagram provided in this instruction
manual gives the appliance dimensions and the position
of connections. Check that they are available and ready
for making all the necessary connections.
The appliance can be installed separately or combined
with other appliances of the same range.
The appliances are not designed for built-in installation;
ensure a distance of at least 4"/100mm from any
combustible side walls and the rear wall, to allow
connection and aeration of the burners; in case of non-
combustible side walls, the appliance can be brought near
Suitably insulate surfaces that are at distances less than
Do not store or use flammable materials and liquids near
Check and if necessary level the appliance after
positioning. Incorrect levelling can cause appliance
3.1. JOINING APPLIANCES
Remove the knobs "M" and control panels "C" of the
appliances, removing the 4 fixing screws "V" (Fig. 1A).
Remove the precut "PT" (FIG.1B) from each side to be
Bring the appliances together and level them by turning
the feet until the tops match (FIG.1C).
From inside the control panel of the appliances, join them
at the front part, tightening one M5x40 hex head screw
on the nut (supplied) (FIG.1D).
Remove the screws "V" (FIG.1E).
Position the plate "P" to match the holes and fix it using
the screws supplied (FIG.1F).
Refit the control panels and knobs.
Use NSF silicone to seal the gaps between joined
appliances and tops on refrigerated or compartment base.
4. FUME EXHAUST AND VENTILATION
• Only install the appliance in a well-
• Do not obstruct the ventilation system
in any way.
• Do not obstruct the vent and discharge
holes of this appliance or others present
in the room.
ATTENTION! Inadequate ventilation
causes appliance malfunction and
creates the risk of asphyxia and
danger to people.
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
(Fig. 1A- 1B-1C-1D-1E-1F)
• Any installation work or maintenance to the supply
system must only be carried out by the utility company
or an authorised installer.
Refer to the appliance dataplate for the product code.
See the installation diagram for the type and position of
5.1. GAS APPLIANCES
IMPORTANT! This appliance is arranged and tested to ope-
rate on Natural gas 10mbar; to convert it to another type of
gas, follow the instructions in par. 5.1.6. of this section.
5.1.1. BEFORE CONNECTING
Make sure the appliance is arranged for the type of gas
to be used. Otherwise, carefully follow the instructions
given in the section: "Gas appliance conversion /
Fit a rapid gas shut-off cock/valve ahead of each
appliance. Install the cock/valve in an easily accessed
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
correct operation of the appliances connected to it.
See the installation diagram for the position of the gas
connection on the bottom of the appliance.
Remove the plastic protection cover (if present) from the
appliance gas union before connecting.
After installation, use soapy water to check connections
• The gas connection is male 1/2" BSP
5.1.3. SUPPLY PRESSURE CHECK
Make sure the appliance is suitable for the type of gas available,
according to that specified on the dataplate (otherwise, follow
the instructions in the par. "Conversion to another type of gas").
The supply pressure must be measured with the appliance
operating, using a manometer (min. 0.1 mbar).
Remove the control panel.
Remove screw "N" from the pressure point and connect
the manometer "O" (fig. 2A).
Compare the value read on the manometer with that given
in table B (see handbook Appendix)
If the manometer gives a pressure outside the range of
values in Table B, do not use the appliance. Consult the