Before beginning installation, remove all packaging from
the appliance. Some parts are protected with an adhesive
film which should be carefully removed.
Any remnants of glue should be thoroughly cleaned using
suitable substances such as benzine. Under no circum-
stances should abrasive substances be used.
Fit the legs to the appliance; the appliance must be level-
led using a spirit level. Slight irregularities can be levelled
by adjusting the feet themselves.
With table models, make sure that the base chosen is ca-
pable of supporting the weight of the appliance. The main
switch or plug should be located in the vicinity of the ap-
pliance and easy of access. We recommend installing the
machine under a range hood so that all the fumes are re-
moved as quickly as possible. If the appliance is to be in-
stalled near walls, dividing walls, kitchen equipment or de-
corative pannelling, these should be in non-inflammable
material or covered with non-inflammable material.
Make sure that all fire prevention standards and safety pre-
cautions are strictly adhered to.
With Top models, carefully measure the distance
between the appliance and the edge of the base (Fig. 2).
Legal and technical requisites
When installing the appliance, the following safety stan-
dards must be adhered to:
- Local accident prevention standards
- Current CEI standards.
Installation, start-up and maintenance should only be car-
ried out by expert personnel. All work required to install
the appliance should be carried out in compliance with all
local standards and regulations. The manufacturers decli-
ne all responsibility where poor performance is due to in-
correct installation in disregard of the above conditions.
In compliance with international regulations, when
connecting the appliance to the mains power supply, a
device with a minimum aperture of 3 mm between con-
tacts must be fitted upstream of the appliance, al-
lowing omnipolar disconnection of the appliance from
003 - 03 - Electric bain-marie
When choosing the lead wire, make sure it has the fol-
lowing characteristics: it should be at least of the H07 RN-
F type and its section should be large enough for the ap-
pliance (see "Technical specifications and dimensions",
Wire entry on top models is on the back wall, and under-
neath all other models. In both cases the terminal board is
at the front, behind the control panel.
Pass the wire through the core hitch and wire clamp, plug
the leads into their terminals on the board and secure
The earth lead must be a little longerthan the others so
that it is the last lead to disconnect if the wire clamp
The appliance must be connected up to a unipotential sy-
stem. The connection screw is located on all top models
at the back on the right hand side, while in other models it
is located underneath the appliance on the right hand si-
de. It is labelled.
The manufacturers cannot be held responsible for any
damage due to inadequate or incorrect installation.
Under such circumstances the guarantee will be con-
sidered null and void.
- Beware of inexpert handling!
- Never leave the appliance on without water!
Check that the water drain release is closed. Fill the bath
with water up to the level marked. Turn on the main switch
upstream of the appliance.
On the twin-bath models (AGB 532/WP) both baths can
be used independently of each other at different tempera-
tures, or one can be used without the other. Turn the main
switch on the appliance. It will light up indicating that the
appliance is on.
Switch on switch C (pages 4 ...5) and use knob A to posi-
tion the thermostat on the desidered temperature,
between 30°C and 90°C inclusive; the pilot light will come
on; this means that the resistances are on. As soon as the
required temperature is reached, the pilot light will go off.
To turn the appliance off, simply turn the knob back to '0'
and switch off.