KitchenAid KHDP1 38510 Instructions For Use Manual

KitchenAid KHDP1 38510 Instructions For Use Manual


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  • Page 1: Instructions For Use

    Instructions for use...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    These instruction shall be available on website Product description and symbols Using the burners Practical advice on using the hob Positioning the pan supports and wok support (also as spacer) Hood and cabinetry clearances (mm) Injectors table Warnings and suggestions...
  • Page 4: Product Description And Symbols

    Product description and symbols 1. Removable pan stand grids 2. WOK burner 3. WOK burner control knob Control Symbols Standard burners Professional burner Maximum flame Maximum flame outer ring/maximum flame inner ring Minimum flame Minimum flame outer ring/maximum flame inner ring Maximum flame inner ring/turned off outer ring Minimum flame inner ring/turned off outer ring Using the burners...
  • Page 5: Practical Advice On Using The Hob

    Practical advice on using the hob Read the instructions to get the best out of your Important: hob. Do not rest or drag the pan supports upside down - Use pans with a similar diameter to the burner on the hob as this could scratch it. (see the table on this page) Failure to comply with these - Use flat bottomed pans except with the wok...
  • Page 6: Hood And Cabinetry Clearances (Mm)

    Hood and cabinetry clearances (mm) This appliance is not provided with a combustion product discharge. It is recommended that it be installed insufficiently aerated places, in terms of the laws in force. The quantity of air which is necessary for combustion must not be below 2.0 m /h for each kW of installed power.
  • Page 7: Injectors Table

    Injectors table Category II2H3+ Gas pressure mbar Type of Injector Nominal heat Rated Reduced heat Type of gas used burner marketing flow kW consumption capacity kW min. nom. max. NATURAL GAS 2 ring 125+71 6,00 571 l/h 1,50 (Methane) G20 Inner 0,80 76 l/h...
  • Page 8: Safeguarding The Environment

    • In the event of prolonged usage, additional • Do not let children play with the pan supports. ventilation may be required (opening a window The rubber feet on the underneath of the pan or increasing the extration speed of the hood). supports could be swallowed by small and cause serious injury or suffocation.
  • Page 9: Ec Declaration Of Conformity

    - perminent and accessable on the walls of the • This hob is designed to operate perfectly with room being ventilated and extracting towards any oven in the KitchenAid range. The the outside. Manufacturer declines all responsibility should - created in such a way that the openings both any other make of oven be installed.
  • Page 10: Gas Connection

    Gas connection WARNING! This operation must be performed by a qualified technician. • The gas supply system must comply with local regulations. • You can find specific local regulations for some countries in the paragraph “Reference to local regulations”. If not information concerning your Country is given, please ask details to your installer.
  • Page 11: Installation

    Installation The cook top is designed to be built in to a work surface as shown in the figure. Before installing the cook top, install the gasket seal around the entire perimeter of the hole where it will be inserted. The dimensions of the hole are shown in figures 6-7-8-9.
  • Page 12: Replacing The Injectors

    Replacing the injectors Note: Refer to the table on page 7 to ensure the correct type of injector is to be fitted. Note: Before installing the hob, please remember to stick the gas calibtration label, provided with the replacement injectors over the gas information on the underside of the hob. Injectors replacement in the wok burner To replace the injectors in special burner it is necessary to: 1.
  • Page 13: Care And Maintenance

    Care and maintenance Before any cleaning and/or maintenance - Do allow acid or alkaline substances, such as operation, disconnect the hob from power vinegar, mustard, salt or lemon juice to come supply and wait until it is cold. into contact with the hob for extended periods. To keep the hob in perfect condition, remove any - It is advisable to immediately wipe any spills food residuals and clean it after every use.
  • Page 14: Troubleshooting Guide

    Troubleshooting guide If the hob is not working properly work through 2. the burner’s openings are not blocked in the this guide before contacting our Customer relation to the thermocouple. Care Centre. 3. the end part of the thermocouple is clean. The burner does not ignite, or the flame is The pans are not stable? Check that: unsteady? Check that:...
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