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Electrolux EHD 8680 X Installation And Operating Instructions Manual

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Installation and Operating g
Instructions
EHD 8680 X / EHD 8680 U
319 651 700-NO-181102-01

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  • Page 1 Installation and Operating g Instructions EHD 8680 X / EHD 8680 U 319 651 700-NO-181102-01...
  • Page 2: Dear Customer

    Dear customer, Please read these operating instructions carefully. Pay particular attention to the section “Safety infor- mation” on the first few pages. Please retain these operating instructions for later reference. Pass them on to possible new owners of the appliance. The following symbols are used in the text: Safety instructions...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Operating Instructions ............. Safety .
  • Page 4: Operating Instructions

    Operating Instructions ating Instructions Safety The safety aspects of this appliance comply with ac- Safety During Use cepted technical standards and the German Appli- • This appliance may only be used for normal cook- ance Safety Law. However, as manufacturers we ing and frying in the home.
  • Page 5: To Avoid Damaging Your Appliance

    To Avoid Damaging Your Appliance • Do not use the hob as a work surface or for stor- age. • Do not operate the cooking zones when there is no pan or the pans are empty. • Ceramic glass is insensitve to temperature shock and very robust;...
  • Page 6: Disposal

    Disposal posal Disposing of the packaging material All materials used can be fully recycled. Plastics are marked as follows: • >PE< for polyethylene, as used for the outer wrap- ping and the bags inside. • >PS< for polystyrene foam, e.g., as used for the padding materials.
  • Page 7: The Key Features Of Your Appliance

    The Key Features of Your Appliance y Features of Your Appliance Your Appliance • Induction cooking zones: The appliance is fitted with a ceramic glass hob and induction cooking zones. Induction heats the base of the pan imme- diately and does not heat the ceramic glass hob first.
  • Page 8: Description Of The Appliance

    Description of the Appliance f the Appliance Cooking zones and control panel Induction cooking zone Induction cooking zone 1800 W 1400 W Induction cooking zone 2200 W Touch-Control-Panel with power function 3000 W Induction cooking zone 1800 W with power function 2300 W Lock with Cooking zone displays control indicator...
  • Page 9: Function And The Way The Induction Cooking Zone Works

    Function and the Way the - = Lights up when the automatic switch-off function has been activated (also see “What to do if ...?”). Induction Cooking Zone f = Error display Works flashes if the cooking zone is activated and –...
  • Page 10: Suitable Kitchenware For Induction Cooking Zones

    Suitable Kitchenware for Automatic Pan Sensing Induction Cooking Zones The induction cooking zone does not function when unsuitable pans are used. If the cooking zone is switched on without a suit- Pots and Pans able pan on it f flashes in the digital display of the cooking zone.
  • Page 11: Before Using For The First Time

    Before Using for the First Time g for the First Time Time Initial Cleaning Wipe the ceramic glass surface with a damp cloth. Important: Do not use any caustic, abrasive cleaners! The surface could be damaged.
  • Page 12: Operating The Hob

    Operating the Hob ng the Hob Touch Control Sensor Field Field To operate the Touch Control sensor field place your finger from above flat onto the required field until the appropriate displays come on or go out or the re- quired function is carried out.
  • Page 13: Heat Setting Selection

    Heat Setting Selection For setting and adjusting the heat setting (1 to 9) for the selected cooking zone. Use sensor field + to increase the heat setting. Lower the heat setting with sensor field -. If several cooking zones are being used simul- taneously, the required cooking zone must be selected by touching the appropriate sensor field before adjusting the heat setting.
  • Page 14: Switching Off A Cooking Zone

    Switching off a Cooking Zone 1. Select the required cooking zone with the cooking zone sensor fields. 2. Touch sensor fields + and - simultaneously to switch off or turn sensor field - back to zero. A cooking zone may only be switched off when the decimal point is on in the cooking zone display.
  • Page 15: Cooking Without The Automatic Heating-Up Function

    3. Next, touch the sensor field - and set the required continued heat setting 1 to 8. The heat setting se- lected for further cooking then is displayed. After 5 seconds, a appears in the display again in- stead of heat setting selected for further cooking. The heat setting is displayed again after the heating- up time has ended.
  • Page 16: Locking/Unlocking The Control Panel

    Locking/Unlocking the Control Panel With the exception of the “On/Off” sensor field the control panel can be locked at any required time dur- ing cooking in order to prevent adjusting the settings such as when wiping over with a cloth. This function is also suitable as a child safety feature.
  • Page 17 If the - sensor field is operated first, the time setting will begin at 99 minutes; if the + sen- sor field is operated first, the time setting will begin at 1 minute. Displaying the remaining cooking time If you select a cooking zone which is in timer mode, the cooking time still remaining appears in the timer display window.
  • Page 18: Uses, Tables And Tips

    Uses, Tables and Tips Advice on Cooking with and without Automatic matic Warm up The automatic warm up function is suita- ble for: • dishes that start off cold, are heated up at high power and do not need to be continually watched when cooking on the selected heat setting, •...
  • Page 19: Chart For Setting The Cooking Zones

    Tables bles Note: The figures given in the following tables are for guid- ance. The switch setting required for cooking de- pends on the quality of the pots and pans and on the type and quantity of the foodstuffs. Chart for Setting the Cooking Zones Heat setting suitable for...
  • Page 20: Chart For The Automatic Heating-Up Feature

    Chart for the Automatic Heating- Up Feature Cooking Heat setting Example foods Duration Notes/tips processes Heavy brown- per pan 8- A7 to A8 Steaks Turn occasionally 20 min. Schnitzel, Rissoles, per pan 10- A6 to A7 Roasting Fried eggs, Grilled Turn occasionally 20 min.
  • Page 21: Cleaning And Care

    Cleaning and Care re Advantages for Cleaning and Caring for the Induc- tion Cooking Zone The cleaning effort for induction ceramic glass cooking surfaces is considerably less than for cooking surfaces with radiant heating: – The induction cooking zone reacts faster to switch- ing down and off.
  • Page 22: Hob Frame

    Stubborn Soiling 1. To remove food that has boiled over or stubborn splashes, use a glass scraper. 2. Place the glass scraper at an angle to the ceramic glass surface. 3. Remove soiling by sliding the blade. You can obtain glass scrapers and ceramic glass cleaners from specialist retailers.
  • Page 23: What To Do If

    What to do if f … … the letter _ or h is still displayed by Rectifying faults the residual heat indicator after switch- It is possible that faults have been caused by a minor ing off the cooking zones. error, which you can correct yourself with the help of Check whether the following instructions.
  • Page 24: Installation Instructions

    Installation Instructions Regulations, Standards, Di- Important! The new appliance may only be in- stalled and connected by qualified person- rectives nel. Please observe this instruction, otherwise the This appliance meets the following standards: warranty will not cover any damage that may •...
  • Page 25: Safety Instructions For The Installer

    Safety Instructions for the Installer • A device must be provided in the electrical installa- tion which allows the appliance to be disconnected from the mains at all poles with a contact opening width of at least 3 mm. Suitable isolation devices include line protecting cut-outs, fuses (screw type fuses are to be re- moved from the holder), earth leakage trips and contactors.
  • Page 26: Electrical Connection

    Electrical Connection Before connecting, check that the nominal voltage of the appliance, that is the voltage stated on the rating plate, corresponds to the available supply voltage. The rating plate is located on the lower casing of the hob. The heating element voltage is AC230V~. The appli- ance also works perfectly on older networks with AC220V~.
  • Page 27: Rating Plate

    Rating Plate...
  • Page 28: Assembly

    Assembly...
  • Page 31: Guarantee Conditions

    Guarantee Conditions uarantee Conditions s 13.The Company (and any company related to the ELECTROLUX WARRANTY AUSTRALIA Company) will not be liable for any special, inci- Nothing in this warranty, limits any rights you may dental or consequential damages or for loss, dam- have under the Trade Practices Act or any other age or expense or for personal injury or loss or Commonwealth or State legislation.
  • Page 32 13.The Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 does not ap- ELECTROLUX APPLIANCE WARRANTY - ply if your appliance is acquired for the purposes of NEW ZEALAND a "business" (as defined in that Act). This appliance is warranted by Electrolux Home 14.This warranty is limited to 90 days from date of Products (NZ) Ltd ("the Company") from the date of purchase if the appliance is used for commercial purchase.
  • Page 35: Service

    Service In the “What to do if …” section a number of mal- functions are listed that you can rectify yourself Look there first if a fault occurs. Is it a technical fault? If so, please contact your customer service centre. (You will find addresses and telephone numbers in the section “Customer Service Centres”.) Always prepare in advance for the discussion.
  • Page 36 319 651 700-NO-181102-01 Subject to change without notice The Electrolux Group. The world´s No.1 choice. The Electrolux Group is the world´s largest producer of powered appliances for kitchen, cleaning and outdoor use. More than 55 million Electrolux Group products (such as refrigerators, cookers, washing machines, vacuum cleaners, chain saws and lawn mowers) are sold each year to a value of approx. USD 14 billion in more than 150 countries around the world.

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