Work on the cooker must be carried out by a qual-
ified electrician. The cooker is heavy. Certain
edges and corners which will not normally be
exposed may be sharp.
The plinth height of the cooker is not adjustable, and is
designed to suit a worktop height of 90 cm. The position
of the front edge of the plinth can be altered (see below).
When supplied, the plinth depth is set at 53 cm. The
plinth depth is measured from the front of the cooker
plinth to the wall (see illustration). The cooker may also
be installed adjoining one wall, or one tall unit.
Check the cooker cable is not trapped when moving
To adjust the plinth depth
53 cm is the minimum plinth depth for this cooker.
Setting a smaller plinth depth can cause the cooker to tip
if a heavy weight is placed on the door.
Carefully lay the cooker on its back (
). Use some of the packaging material to
cushion the cooker on the floor surface.
Unscrew the four screws (
Remove the plinth.
Move the plinth to the 55 cm position (
), and refit it. Screw in the (
Lift the cooker back into the upright position
and connect it to the electrical supply. Push the
cooker into place and adjust its level (see below)
before fitting the safety equipment.
Levelling the cooker
The cooker must be level, for example to ensure that oil
in frying pans is of even depth. To check whether the
cooker is level, place a spirit level or a frying pan filled
with water on the hob.
You can lower (-6 mm) or raise (+12 mm) the
wheels and feet, working from the front of the cooker.
Use a Phillips screwdriver to adjust the rear wheels,
and adjustable pliers for the front feet (1). Once the
cooker is properly level, you need to lock these feet
with the nut. Turn it anticlockwise (2) using the
), see the illustration.