1.2. GAS MODELS WITH PILOT IGNITION
The thermostatic valve control knobs have the following
required temperature adjustment.
Press knob "A" lightly and at the same time turn it anti-
clockwise a few degrees to release it.
Press down fully and turn it to position C; a click will
Keeping knob "A" pressed, turn it to position A and hold
it there for about 15/20 seconds to allow the gas to reach
the pilot burner and the thermocouple to heat. Lighting of
the pilot burner can be seen through hole "C" in the control
ATTENTION: Always keep the pilots of all the cooking
zones lit, even in case of partial use of the Frytop.
Use knob "B" to select the required temperature.
In case of emergency, the pilot burner can be lit manually
by bringing a flame to it after removing the grease tray
and keeping knob "A" pressed in the "pilot ignition"
To turn off the main burner, turn knob "A" to position C.
Turn knob "A" to position V to turn off the pilot burner.
At end of service:
turn knob "A" to position V
close the gas shutoff cock.
The valve has a thermal device (interlock) that prevents
relighting for about 40 seconds (sufficient time for the safety
thermocouple to cool) if the pilot burner goes out.
Disconnect the appliance from the power supply before
carrying out any cleaning.
Do not use ice or water to quickly cool the hot-plate: do not
use ice or water for cleaning when the plate is hot since,
this will permanently deform it and compromise appliance
Improper cleaning automatically invalidates the warranty.
1. EXTERNAL PARTS
SATIN-FINISH STEEL SURFACES (daily)
Clean all steel surfaces: dirt is easily removed when it
has just formed.
Remove grime, fat and other cooking residuals from steel
surfaces when cool using soapy water, with or without
detergent, and a cloth or sponge. Dry the surfaces thoroughly
In case of encrusted grime, fat or food residuals, go over
with a cloth or sponge, wiping in the direction of the satin
finish and rinsing often: rubbing in a circular motion
combined with the particles of dirt on the cloth/sponge
could spoil the steel's satin finish.
Metal objects can spoil or damage the steel: damaged
surfaces become dirty more easily and are more subject
Restore the satin finish if necessary.
SURFACES BLACKENED BY HEAT (when necessary)
Exposure to high temperatures can cause the formation of
dark marks. These do not constitute damage and can be
removed by following the instructions given in the previous
2. OTHER SURFACES
SURFACES IN SOFT IRON OR CAST IRON (daily)
Remove grime using a damp cloth or, in case of encrustations,
the accessories (optional or supplied) specified in the list.
After cleaning, switch the appliance on to dry the surface
quickly, then lightly lubricate the surface with cooking oil.