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Whirlpool AGB 356/WP Instructions For Installation, Use And Maintenance Manual

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012_03
03/2006
Instructions for installation,
use and maintenance
SOLID TOP COOKERS
AGB 356/WP
AGB 357/WP
AGB 370/WP

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  • Page 1 012_03 03/2006 Instructions for installation, use and maintenance SOLID TOP COOKERS AGB 356/WP AGB 357/WP AGB 370/WP...
  • Page 2 CHARACTERISTICS Supplied by: Date: Customer Service: e-mail 012_03 - Solid top cookers 03/2006 2 · 22...
  • Page 3 INDEX Diagram 5.3.10 Solid top ignition plug 5.3.11 Solid top thermocouple Features of the appliances 5.3.12 Heating elements (electric oven GN 2/1) 5.3.13 Heating elements (electric oven GN 1/1) Technical data 5.3.14 Fan for electric and gas ovens GN 1/1 4 Installation instructions 6 Instructions for use 4.1 Safety rules...
  • Page 4 1 - DIAGRAM 012_03 - Solid top cookers 03/2006 4 · 22...
  • Page 5 1 - DIAGRAM A A G G B B 3 3 5 5 6 6 / / W W P P Weight approx. 177 Kg. G Gas connection Burner: 4,0 kW ø 100 9,5 kW ø 125 A A G G B B 3 3 7 7 0 0 / / W W P P Weight approx.
  • Page 6 Solid gas range - open stand 800 x 900 x 875 Solid gas range - 1 gas oven GN 1/1 ventilated 800 x 900 x 875 AGB 356/WP Solid gas range - 1 gas oven GN 2/1 800 x 900 x 875 51BQ2898...
  • Page 7 Nominal thermal power 0.75 Minimum thermal power Overall thermal power (gas) Hour consumption G30/G31 kg/h AGB 370/WP 11.2 1,18 0,88 AGB 356/WP 19.0 2,01 1,49 AGB 357/WP 32.9 3,48 2,57 Connection pressure Methane gas 2H 20 mbar Liquid gas 3+...
  • Page 8 4 - INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 4.1 Safety rules and steel (for MAXI), is in two pieces. The smoke collector is in aluminised sheet metal and the protection grill is in enamelled cast iron. • Only a local gas utility technician is authorized to carry out gas installations and connections.
  • Page 9 4 - INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS If the type of gas indicated on the data plate of the appliance does 4.3.6 Smoke extraction not correspond to the gas which is present, refer to the paragraph These kitchens are type A appliances, thus no smoke extraction sys- "Conversion and adaptation".
  • Page 10 5 - SET-UP FOR OPERATION Fig. 1 12 13 11 Burners C - D Burner 5.1.4 Power check with volumetric method 5.1.6 Check of pilot flame Using a gas meter and a stopwatch, you can read the volume of gas For proper regulation, the pilot flame must surround the thermo- output per time unit.
  • Page 11 5 - SET-UP FOR OPERATION Fig. 2A Fig. 2B 5.1.9 Operator training Then unscrew the screws (2) which fasten the primary air bushing and replace the nozzle (1). See the table "TECHNICAL DATA". • Explain and show the user how the machine works according to Once the suitable nozzle has been installed, adjust the distance of the instructions, and hand him this manual.
  • Page 12 5 - SET-UP FOR OPERATION 5.1.14 Adjusting the pilot nozzle (solid top Fig. 6) • Loosen the screw (2), run the air adjustment into the venturi tube and remove it, unscrew the injector (3) and the nut or Remove the control panel after having loosened the fixing screws, screw (9).
  • Page 13 5 - SET-UP FOR OPERATION Fig. 3A Fig. 3B 5.3.9 Solid top pilot burner (47, Fig. 6) 5.3.13 Heating elements for electric oven GN 1/1 (Fig. Remove the cast-iron plate and work on the pilot (6). Unplug the appliance from the electrical mains! The lower heating element is placed under the bottom.
  • Page 14 6 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 6.1 Safety, cleaning and repair rules any non-compliance with the provisions contained in this manu- • This appliance is used for the preparation of meals at industri- 6.2 Start-up al level. Usage and cleaning can be carried only by expert per- sonnel.
  • Page 15 6 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE Fig. 4B 6.5 Lighting and shutting off electric oven 6.4.2 Lighting the main burner and temperature adjustment for gas ovens GN 2/1 (Fig. 3A) GN 1/1 (Fig. 4B) To light the main burner, turn the knob further to the left until the desired temperature.
  • Page 16 6 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE Thorough daily cleaning of the appliance, after disconnecting it, will keep it in perfect working order and make it last longer. All steel 6.7 Turning the appliance off in case of parts should be cleaned with water and a detergent, using a damp breakdown cloth;...
  • Page 17 6 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 6.9 Recommendations for the treatment of 6.9.2 Warnings and advice for maintenance of stain- less steel appliances stainless steel industrial kitchens • Stainless steel equipment surfaces must be kept clean and in 6.9.1 Useful information on stainless steel contact with air at all times.
  • Page 18 6 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE NOTES 012_03 - Solid top cookers 03/2006 18 · 22...
  • Page 19 7 - APPENDIX: ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS Terminal board Grill heating element Commutator Bottom heating element Green indicator light Fan heating element Yellow indicator light Motorized fan Top heating element Thermostat 012_03 - Solid top cookers 03/2006 19 · 22...
  • Page 20 7 - APPENDIX: ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS L 2 L 3 400 V 3N ~ 8.48 A R1/R2 L1 L 2 L 3 230 V 3 ~ 14.75 A R1/R2 230 V ~ 25.7 A Connected power: 5.9 kW 230/400 Terminal Indicator light (power) Switch indicator light (heating) Selector...
  • Page 21 7 - APPENDIX: ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS R1/R2 L1 L 2 L 3 230 V 3 ~ 14.75 A Terminal board Switch R1/R2 Thermostat Temperature limiter Green indicator light Orange indicator light Upper heating elements 230 V ~ 25.7 A Lower heating elements Terminal board Fan switch Motorized fan...
  • Page 22 THE MANUFACTURER CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE IF THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THIS MANUAL ARE NOT OBSERVED. THIS DOCUMENTATION IS ONLY INTENDED FOR QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS WHO ARE AWARE OF THE RESPECTIVE SAFETY REGULATIONS. WHIRLPOOL EUROPE srl V.le Guido Borghi, 27 I – 21025 Comerio – VA...

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