Download Print this page

Advertisement

User's Manual
4006G-M 24" Free Standing Dual Fuel Range -
User's Manual

Advertisement

   Related Manuals for AEG 24" 4006G-M

   Summary of Contents for AEG 24" 4006G-M

  • Page 1

    User’s Manual 4006G-M 24” Free Standing Dual Fuel Range - User’s Manual...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Congratulations on the purchase of your appliance. We are sure it will provide many years of great cooking experience. You may find that it has different features and characteristics to your last appliance. It is essential you read this operation manual thoroughly to fully understand all of the various functions and operations.

  • Page 3

    A - Installation instructions check and warnings IMPORTANT: Please ensure that the cut out measurement, venting and wiring is as specified in the relevant section B of this manual. A licensed electrician with relevant qualifications must perform electrical work when installing or servicing the appliance.

  • Page 4

    RECOMMENDED VENTILATION HEIGHT - for ceramic cooktop model min. 24” above range - for gas cooktop model min. 30” above range When ranges are installed in close proximity to vinyl finish cabinets, those materials should be able to withstand temperature up to 75°C centigrade. Alternatively, heat insulating barriers should be installed to avoid any deterioration to the finish.

  • Page 5

    Fig.8 WARNINGS: If the burner flames accidentally go out, turn o ff the KNOB and wait for at least one minute before igniting. Using a gas cooker produces heat and humidity in the room where it is installed. Ensure the room is well ventilated by keeping all the natural air vents open or by installing an extraction hood with flue pipe.

  • Page 6

    ATTENTION Disregard of this precaution could cause the incorrect operation of the touch control system of the cooktop and effect the product warranty provisions. WARNING: All aspects of the installation must conform with the requirement of the Standards North America (within North America) wiring rules, as well as your local electrical and building codes and regulations, and any other applicable requirements and conditions of your local power supply authority.

  • Page 7: B - Cooker Measurement

    WARNINGS: In order to prevent tipping of the appliance, must be installed a stabilized means. Please see the picture. The chain on the back of the range need to be fixed to the wall (PLEASE NOTE: The fixing hook is not provided as the type will depend on the construction of the wall to which it will be drilled and fitted.

  • Page 8: C - Electrical Requirements

    C – Electrical requirements WARNING: All aspects of the installation must conform with the requirements of the Standard North America (within North America) wiring rules, as well as your local electrical and building codes and regulations, and any other applicable requirements and conditions of your local power supply authority.

  • Page 9: D- Using The Applianc E For The First Time

    D – Using the Appliance for the first time After installation remove all notification labels (not identification or warning labels) and packaging materials. After cleaning make sure cleaned surfaces are thoroughly rinsed and wiped dry using a clean, soft cloth. Power on NOTE: oven will not operate unless the clock is set on manual position...

  • Page 10: E- Accessories

    Moist or damp pot holders on hot surfaces may result in burns from steam. Do not allow pot holder to touch hot heating elements. Do not use a towel or bulky cloth when handling hot cooking utensils in the appliance. Oven compartments must never be used for storage Items, particularly flammable materials, must never be stored in an oven or near surface units.

  • Page 11

    Cooling Fan The range is provided with a cooling fan motor to reduce the heat around the oven. The fan motor is controlled by a sensor, which will start when the temperature achieves the level pre-fixed and stop working when the temperature is reduced accordingly. This safeguards both the oven and the adjoining cabinets from the possibility of temperature damage.

  • Page 12

    3- Press PLUS and MINUS button simultaneously for minimum 3 seconds. The AUTO symbol goes out, POT symbol goes on, the DOT is flashing. With the PLUS button the time will advance slowly, and then speed up. If you over-shoot the desired time , use the MINUS button) 4- Press the MODE button twice to display the time of day setting mode.

  • Page 13

    Set the function and thermostat control to the desired position For example: if you commence cooking and decide you would like the oven to turn off at 6.00pm. Press the MODE button minimum for 4 seconds. Press the MODE button two times again.

  • Page 14: G- Gas Cooktop Control Panel

    G - Gas Cooktop Control Panel Technical Characteristic table NOMINAL NORMAL INJECTOR TAP BY PASS BURNERS HEAT INPUT PRESSURE DIAMETER DIAMETER MAX. mbar 1/100 mm 1/100mm N° DESCRIPTION MJ/h(bTU/H) PROPANE SEMI-RAPID 6.3(6000) NATURAL REG. PROPANE RAPID 10.5(10000) NATURAL PROPANE 3 AUXILIARY 3.7(3500) NATURAL REG.

  • Page 15: H- Gas Cooktop Function

    H - Gas Cooktop Functions B - Cooking Instructions Automatic start-up with valves Turn the corresponding knob anticlockwise up to the maximum position and press the knob. Once the burner has been started up, keep the knob pressed for about 6 seconds. Using the burners In order to obtain the maximum yield without wasting gas, it is important that the diameter of the pot is suitable for the burner potential (see the following table and fig.1).

  • Page 16: I Ceramic Cooktop Control Panel

    Ceramic Cooktop Control Panel Ceramic Cooktop Controls: Switch controlling the Switch controlling Switch controlling Switch controlling left, front hot plate. the left, back hot the right, back hot the right, front hot plate. plate. plate. Turning the knob Clockwise activates Turning the knob the full hot plate clockwise activates...

  • Page 17: L- Ceramic Cooktop Functions

    Ceramic Cooktop Functions WARNING --If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock, for hob surface of glass-ceramic or similar material which protect live parts -- During the use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements of the cooktop and inside the oven.

  • Page 18: M- Oven Functions & Control Panel

    M - Oven Functions & Control Panel Control Panel: -- During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements of cooktop and inside the oven. Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away. PREHEATING Preheating the oven is not essential, but you will achieve better results if you do.

  • Page 19

    HINT: To allow for heat loss while placing food into the oven, preheat the oven 10-20°C higher and then reduce the temperature to your required cooking temperature. Always preheat the oven when cooking multiple dishes at the same time. Roasting guide . These cooking charts are intended as a guide only. Temperature and cooking times may vary to suit individual tastes.

  • Page 20

    DEFROST This function activates the fan , to allow controlled and hygienic defrosting. (no heat is required, in case you want to speed up the operation, you can set the thermostat knob to 50°C) As a general guide, the defrosting time for meat is approximately 15-20 minutes per kilogram.

  • Page 21

    HIGH BAKE The HIGH BAKE mode uses the oven fan to circulate air with heat from the concealed lower oven element. Quick and consistent heat is evenly distributed throughout the oven. The results are quick. With the circulation of heat, foods cooked with high bake mode retain a crisp, dry texture on the outside especially pizza, pastry and other foods where you want the base to be well cooked.

  • Page 22

    FAN GRILL NOTE: Door must be closed in Fan Grill Mode ( warm up the oven before setting the fan grill function ) Fan grilling is a combination of direct heat and circulated hot air which gives the appearance and flavor similar to rotisserie cooking which is ideal for single level roasts.

  • Page 23

    FULL GRILL & HALF GRILL This mode of cooking uses infrared heat from the top of the oven to cook foods to your requirements. Half grill engages only the inner band of the top element and is suitable for smaller volumes and has a consequently lower energy usage.

  • Page 24: N- Cleaning And Maintenance

    N - Cleaning and Maintenance 1. Cleaning and maintenance Proper cleaning and care of your appliance is essential to maintain its appearance and durability. NOT E: People with sensitivity to cleaning chemicals must take the necessary precautions. It is recommended that protective gloves be worn while cleaning the appliance. Routine cleaning of the appliance should only be performed when the appliance is at room temperature.

  • Page 25

    Recommended cleaners Mild detergents and warm water together with a clean, soft, non-abrasive cloth achieve good results for normal cleaning. Diluted washes with ammonia and water should rinse away any adhesive residue or gummy deposits on the appliance surfaces. Eucalyptus oil (small amounts) is also good for removing adhesive residue.

  • Page 26

    Self Cleaning Panels The range is equipped with 3 panels ( 2 sides and rear ). They are attached to the sides by removing the rack guides assembly and placing the self cleaning panels against the oven side. The rear panel is attached with screws, ensure that the «rough» side is facing out. These liners are «self cleaning»...

  • Page 27: Removing Oven Door

    Removing Oven Door The oven door can be easily removed for better access while cleaning. To remove the oven door: Open the door fully and fit the supplied pin in the hole. Raise the door slightly, holding the sides of the door about half way up. Make sure the pin stays in the hole the whole time.

  • Page 28

    DROP DOWN TOP ELEMENT The removal of a single screw at the front of the upper grill element allows the grill to drop down to facilitate the cleaning of the oven ceiling. On completion of cleaning, simply replace the grill element and secure with the screw.

  • Page 30: Warranty

    Canada Tel 905-829.3980 Fax 905-829.3985 email marketing@euro-line-appliances.com For Service & Spares: EURO-PARTS 1.800.678.8352 Important: Please record details of your purchase below and mail or fax to AEG -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------cut along line ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Name: TEL No Address: City : State: Zip Code:...

  • Page 31

    AEG appliances are imported and distributed in North America by Euro-Line Appliances Inc. For more information visit www.euro-line-appliances.com / www.elawest.com 871 Cranberry Court 2912 West 4th Ave Oakville, ON L6L 6J7 Vancouver, BC V6K 1R2 Canada Canada Toll Free: 1.800.421.6332 Toll Free: 1.855.352-9378...

This manual also for:

C4026v-m

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: