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Miele KM 83-2 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating instructions

Gas hobs
KM 83-2, KM 93-2
Q\}
It is essential to read these
operating instructions before
installing or using the machine,
to avoid the risk of accident
or damage to the machine.
M.-Nr. 04 784 530

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  Summary of Contents for Miele KM 83-2

  • Page 1: Operating Instructions

    Operating instructions Gas hobs KM 83-2, KM 93-2 It is essential to read these operating instructions before installing or using the machine, to avoid the risk of accident or damage to the machine. M.-Nr. 04 784 530...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Help to protect our environment........3 Description of the appliance .
  • Page 3: Help To Protect Our Environment

    Help to protect our environment Help to protect our environment Disposal of packaging Disposal of your old machine The transport and protective packing is Old machines contain materials which mostly manufactured from the following can be recycled. Please contact your re-usable materials: local authorities or scrap merchant about potential recycling schemes,...
  • Page 4: Description Of The Appliance

    Description of the appliance Description of the appliance KM 83-2 KM 93-2...
  • Page 5 Parts Department. Stainless steel cover EA 80 KM 93-2 A stainless steel cover is available for Control panel the KM 83-2 hob. Check availability in Normal burner each country. Pan support For installation of the cover a minimum distance of 510 mm is required be- Ring support for the normal burner tween the worktop and wall units.
  • Page 6: Warning And Safety Instructions

    Warning and Safety Instructions Warning and Safety Instructions Installation work and repairs may This appliance complies with all rele- only be carried out by suitably vant legal safety requirements. Im- qualified and competent engineers to proper use of the appliance can, ensure safety e.g.
  • Page 7 Warning and Safety Instructions Warning and Safety Instructions The pan and ring supports heat up Avoid allowing liquids or foods con- when the burners are in use. Do taining salt to spill on to a stainless not touch them until they have cooled steel hob.
  • Page 8 Warning and Safety Instructions Warning and Safety Instructions Under no circumstances use a Disposal of discarded appliances steam-cleaning appliance to clean Before disposal of an old appli-ance, the gas hob. The steam could pene- ensure that disconnection from the trate to live components and cause a gas supply is made by a suitably short circuit.
  • Page 9: Burners

    Burners Burners Each burner is equipped with an igni- Before using for the first time take tion safety device. If a gas flame goes heed of the ”Warning and Safety in- out, for example if food has boiled over, structions“. or if there was a sudden draught, the ig- nition safety control soon cuts off the Burner controls...
  • Page 10: Power Cut

    Burners Burners Press in the correct control knob and Turn the control knob down to a low set- turn anti-clockwise to the high set- ting in good time in order to prevent ting (large flame symbol). food boiling over or burning. When the flame ignites keep the button To switch the burner off turn the con- pressed in for 5-10 seconds, and...
  • Page 11: Suitable Pans

    Burners Burners ensure that there is a minimum dis- Size of pans tance of 15 mm between the pan and the control panel. Never place a pan on the facia panel. Using a small pan on the large burner does not mean faster cooking but sim- ply results in wasteful gas consump- tion.
  • Page 12: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and care Cleaning and care In the event of a pan boiling over, clean Important: do not damage the igni- the burner and the hob immediately, to tion electrodes and the thermo ele- avoid the boiled over substance from ment of the spark ignition.
  • Page 13: Pan Supports, Ring Support

    Cleaning and care Cleaning and care Pan supports, ring support Hob trough Caution: the pan supports and the Avoid allowing liquids or foods con- ring support become hot in use. taining salt to spill on to the stain- less steel hob. Should this happen wipe up any spillages immediately.
  • Page 14: Problem Solving Guide

    In this case call an electrician or the Miele Ser- vice Dept. Use a match to light the gas (see page 9).
  • Page 15: After Sales Service

    In the event of any fault which you can- not correct yourself, or if the appliance is under guarantee, please contact: Your Miele Dealer The Miele Service Department The address of the nearest Service Department is given on the back page.
  • Page 16: Electrical Connection And Technical Data

    Electrical connection and technical data Electrical connection and technical data Electrical connection Electrical connection U.K. General notes Important: Electrical connection of the appliance The wires in the mains lead are col- should be undertaken by a suitably oured in accordance with the following competent person in strict accordance code: with national and local safety regula-...
  • Page 17 The correct fuse rating of the replace- ment fuses that are ASTA approved to BS 1362 should be fitted. Replacement fuse covers may be purchased from your local electrical suppliers, elec- tricity showrooms, or Miele Service Agent.
  • Page 18: Gas Connection

    Spare Parts Depart- Nominal rating for all types of gas at ment. See the Section on Conversion the low setting (Ho value) for instructions. Consult the Miele Ser- vice dept if further information is re- Normal burner 0.30 quired.
  • Page 19: Appliance Dimensions

    Appliance dimensions Appliance dimensions KM 83-2 KM 93-2 Gas connection: Gas connection: 1/2": ISO 7-1 (DIN 2999) 1/2": ISO 7-1 (DIN 2999)
  • Page 20: Instructions For Building-In

    Instructions for building-in Instructions for building-in These hobs are classified as ”Y“ class With Miele kitchen furniture the fol- for heat protection. There may be a wall lowing minimum dimensions must at the rear and wall or tall units at one be kept: side.
  • Page 21 Instructions for building-in Instructions for building-in Stick the seal provided under the Depth Width edge of the hob. Dimen- sion B) in mm 2 zone Combiset 1 element 2 elements 3 elements 4 elements 1144 5 elements 1437 4 zone Combiset 1 elements 2 elements 1143...
  • Page 22: Conversion To Alternative Types Of Gas

    Conversion to alternative types of gas Conversion to alternative types of gas Conversion When converting to alternative types of gas, the main jets and the Turn off the gas mains (if this ap- small jets of all burners must be pliance has already been installed) changed.
  • Page 23 Conversion to alternative types of gas Conversion to alternative types of gas Pull the jets out with a pair of pliers, Changing the main jets select the jets as shown in the table fit and secure. Town gas A and B, Town gas ref: TGL 280489 (10/82) The low setting jets for natural gas E or LL, or for liquid gas stay in the gas...
  • Page 24 Conversion to alternative types of gas Conversion to alternative types of gas Check the first intake of air Important note: When reassem- bling, it is important to ensure that the profile of the facia panel should grip the appropriate mould- on the lower protective cas- ing.
  • Page 28 Alteration rights reserved / 22 / 000 GB, IRL, ZA - 2597 This paper consists of cellulose which has been bleached without the use of chlorine.

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