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AEG 949600686 Instruction Book

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    INSTRUCTION BOOK...

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    Congratulations from AEG Dear Customer, Congratulations with your new Hob. It is important that you become familiar with the functions and features of the Hob. You should therefore read these operating instructions as they will help you get the most out of your new Hob.

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    How to read the operating instructions: 1... 2...Step by step Safety information Hint and tips Environmental information...

  • Page 4: During Use

    The hob unit is intended for ordinary household cooking purposes. Any other use can result in damage to the unit as well as personal injury. During use During deep-fat frying, sauteèing, melting of butter, etc., one must always remain near the unit, due to the danger of fire.

  • Page 5: Safety Rules

    That the safety rules in the instructions have not been complied with. That repair has been made by others than an authorised service technician. The unoriginal spare parts have been used. That the damage is caused by transport at a later date, for instance during removal or resale.

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    Please keep children out of reach!! Remember that the grid, the lava block, the heating elements and the frying oil remain searing hot for a long period after you have turned off the appliance. Never pour water into hot frying-oil. If the frying oil catches fire, turn off the extractor hood.

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    Steel cover Frying basket Max oil level Heating elements for grill Min oil level Control lamp Heating element for fryer Control knob...

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    Operation of the grill Control knob for grill. The grilling temperature is adjustable. "0" The grill is switched off "1" is on low setting "9" is on high setting Control lamp The control lamp is activated as long as the grill switches is turned on Grilling Instead of lava blocks, water may be used.

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    Frying Make sure the heating element is positioned at the bottom. Oil is poured into the frying container. The “Min” mark must be observed. This corresponds to an oil content of 1,5 liters. Maximum amount of oil in the container is 3,5 litres. The grill elements stay turned down and the fryer may be switched on at the desired temperature setting.

  • Page 10: Overheating Protection

    Overheating protection Overheating protection during any overheating of the oil at the fryer will switch the inserted overheating protection off the friteuse. Customer service for the remedy of the disturbance contacts. Steel lid for the fryer When using the combi-grill as a fryer you can place the steel lid on top of the frying container, it will shorten the preheating time.

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    The heating elements and the oil will stay hot long time after the combi-grill has been shut off. Do never pour water into the hot oil as the water explosively will start boiling The splashquard can be removed to make it easier to clean the surface. What to do: 1.

  • Page 12: Stainless Steel Surfaces

    Stainless steel surfaces Perform daily cleaning with a slightly damp cloth. For more severe soiling, use a liquid scouring cream. Always clean the steel in the direction of the steel finish. To ensure that the steel retains its shine, it is recommended that you use a polishing agent for stainless steel on a regular basis.

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    1. Remove the safety shield from the drain cock. 2. Place a bowl under the drain cock. Make sure the bowl is large enough to hold the oil in the container. 3. Open the drain cock and let the oil run into the bowl.

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    Element voltage 240 V Electrical connections 240 V, 1 phase, neutral + earth Total power consumption 2300 W This unit is labelled to indicate conformity with the low voltage directive ( 73/23/EEC ) and the EMC directive ( 89/336/EEC ).

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    The hob unit can be mounted in any type of kitchen with a table surface whose thickness is between 28 mm and 40 mm. Fixing Unscrew the fixing brackets just enough so they may be turmed. Fasten the brackets to the worktop with a screw driver.

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    If the hob is mounted in a 270 X 490 mm cutout, or if for other reasons there is no room for the side attachments, these should be removed before the hob is set into the table. Set the hob into the table and then raise it enough to expose the screws in the sides.

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    The units externally measured length 145 mm: Cooker hood 290 mm: Two-burner ceramic-top electric hob Two-burner gas hob Grill Fryer Combi grill 580 mm: Four-zone ceramic-top electric hob Four-burner gas hob 725 mm: Four-zone ceramic-top electric hob...

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    The electrical installation must only be made by a certified electrician. The electrical installation must be made according to prevailing regulations for heavy current installations and comply with local public regulations. No attempt must be made to tamper with the electrical parts of the unit. The hob is supplied with a 1,5 metre power cable without plug and is to be connected to an external relay with a...

  • Page 19: Service And Spare Parts

    Check to see whether a fuse has blown. Check to see whether the relay is switched off. If the problem is not with the fuse or relay, do not attempt to correct it yourself. Instead, contact our service network - all repairs must be performed by our service personnel.

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    Use of the grill. The numbers 1-12 are temperature settings. From 1-11 the heating is increased an regulated automatically. On 12, full power is achieved and the heating elements are glowing. This step is suitable for heating up the grill quickly and for cleaning the heating elements.

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    This is how it is done. Firstly, the desired temperature is set and after a while the correct temperature of the oil is reached (the lamp for the fryer is switched off). Lower the frying basket into the oil. NB!! Remember that moist foodstuff should be dried before frying (ie.

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    Food remains left in the oil must be removed before the fryer is used because of fire risk! If you should want to use both the grill and the fryer, for instance to make a beef steak with french fries, the following method may be used: 1.

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