INDEX Diagram Characteristics of the appliances Technical data 4 Installation instructions 4.1 Safety rules 4.2 Structure, framework and safety devices of the appliances 4.3 Assembly 4.3.1 Installation premises 4.3.2 Statutory regulations and technical requirements 4.3.3 Installation 4.3.4 Gas connection 4.3.5 Smoke extraction Operation preparation 5.1 Preparation and Start-up 5.1.1 Start-up...
4 - INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 4.1 Safety rules 4.3 Assembly 4.3.1 Installation premises • Only a local gas utility technician is authorized to carry out gas installations and connections. The statutory regulations (applied The appliance must be installed in a well-ventilated room, and if in Germany VDE, Austria ÖVE, Switzerland SEV, etc.) and connec- possible under a range hood (check current regulations).
5 - SET-UP FOR OPERATION 5.1 Preparation and Start-up Remove lock screw (pos. 19 fig. 1) from the pressure intake tube and connect the gauge hose: once measurement is complete, replace the screw and do a seal check using a leak detector spray. Before starting up the appliance, remove the protective wrapping.
5 - SET-UP FOR OPERATION gas, marked with the relative diameter in hundredths of mm, are in 5.3 Replacing parts an envelope which is provided with the appliance. If injectors are All parts must be replaced by authorized technicians not available please contact the factory with model and serial num- only! ber written on technical data sticker.
5 - SET-UP FOR OPERATION 5.3.5 Burner Unscrew the screws (pos. 26 fig. 2) fixing the burner to the combus- tion chamber, unscrew the nut injector-holder (pos. 29 fig. 2), pull down the burner (pos. 31 fig. 2) for pull off from the injector-holder, pull off and put in a new piece in the reverse order.
6 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 6.2.2 Lighting the main burner and temperature adju- 6.5 Appliance care and frequency of maintenance stment Attention! When cleaning, carefully avoid washing the To light the main burner, after light the pilot burner, turn the knob appliance with direct water jets or high-pressure further to the left until the desired temperature.
6 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 6.6.2 Warnings and advice for maintenance of “stain- 6.6.3 The 2002/96/EC (WEEE) Directive: less steel” appliances information to users • “Stainless” steel equipment surfaces must be kept clean and in This informational note is meant only for Fig.
THE MANUFACTURER RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MAKE ANY CHANGES DEEMED NECESSARY. THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE IF THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL ARE NOT OBSERVED. WHIRLPOOL EUROPE srl V.le Guido Borghi, 27 I – 21025 Comerio – VA...