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Siemens - Electrogeräte GmbH
Carl-Wery-Straß e 34
81739 München
Cod. 9000432107 A
This cooktop is for use with Natural Gas and propane gas


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  • Page 1 This cooktop is for use with Natural Gas and propane gas ER926SB90A ER626PB90A ER326AB90A Siemens - Electrogeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Straß e 34 ER326BB90A 81739 München Cod. 9000432107 A...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Content Safety considerations ........5 For your safety .
  • Page 3 Dear customer, Congratulations on your choice and thank you for purchasing one of our appliances. This practical, modern and functional appliance is manufactured using materials of the highest quality which are subject to strict quality control checks throughout the entire manufacturing process.
  • Page 4: Safety Considerations

    Safety considerations For your safety If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or death. Do not store articles on or against this appliance. Do not store flammable material near this appliance. Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in operation.
  • Page 5 For pressure testing in excess of 3.5 kPa (1/2 psig) the appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system. Important. When using a very large pot, leave a gap of at least 50 mm (2”) to avoid damaging any parts in bench top wood, plastic or other non-heat resistant materials.
  • Page 6 Important: Do not cover up the slots at the rear of the cooktop and observe the minimum insertion gap. DANGER, COMBUSTION MAY BE AFFECTED. This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible...
  • Page 7: Installation

    Installation Statutory This installation must conform with the following: requirements Manufacturer’s Installation instructions Ø Local Gas Fitting Regulations Ø Municipal Building Codes, Ø Refer to AS/NZS 5601.1 for Gas Installations. Ø S.A.A. Wiring Code Ø Local Electrical Regulations Ø Any other statutory regulations Ø...
  • Page 8 Fig. 1b Fig. 1c Before connecting the unit, check whether the local...
  • Page 9: Clearances

    connection conditions (type of gas) are compatible with the unit’s setting. Observe any special conditions imposed by local suppliers (utilities). The specifications of this cooktop are stated on the data label located on the bottom of the cooktop base. A duplicate data label is supplied for adhesion to an accessible location near the hotplate if the data label on the base of the hotplate cannot be accessed when the hotplate is installed.
  • Page 10: Installation Of Cooktop Into The Kitchen Bench

    Fig. 2b Fig. 2c If an oven is positioned below the cooktop the barrier does not need to be fitted, but a space of 35 mm must be maintained between the underside of the cooktop and the top of the oven. Installation of cooktop Installation procedure: into the kitchen bench...
  • Page 11: Connection

    Turn the clips and tighten them fully. Fig. 3a. Fig. 3a Connection Electrical An electrical 10 amp socket needs to be within 1 m of the hotplate to allow electrical connection. The socket must Fig. 4 remain accessible after installation of the appliance. Important note: This appliance is connected to the mains (240 VAC) by means of the connecting lead which must be fixed to the...
  • Page 12 To find out the factory set gas type, see bottom of cooktop next to gas connection. Remove plastic cap from gas supply line prior to installation. Fit regulator (N.G.) or a test point (Propane gas) directly to the R 1/2’’ connection as per Fig. 5. and Fig. 6. Direction of gas flow is indicated on the rear of the regulator.
  • Page 13: Conversion From Nat. Gas To Propane Gas

    WARNING: Ensure that the hose assembly is restrained from accidental contact with the flue outlet of an underbench oven. Before Leaving- Check all connections for gas leaks with soap and water. DO NOT use a naked flame for detecting leaks. Ignite all burners both individually and concurrently to ensure correct operation of gas valves, burners and ignition.
  • Page 14: Changing The Nozzles Of The Large, Medium

    Changing the nozzles - Remove the pan supports, burner covers and diffusers.Fig. 7 of the large, medium - Change the nozzles using the spanner provided by our and small burners on Service Centre (code 424699), taking special care to the cooktop ensure that the nozzle does not fall when it is removed from the burner or when fitted.
  • Page 15: Changing The Outer Flame Nozzle

    Never use the lever on glass edges which have no trim or frame! - To release the rear clips, carefully raise the entire glass panel and frame, as in Fig.10a. Fig. 10a Changing the outer flame - Loosen the clamp screw to release the bushing by moving it backwards to access the main nozzle easily.
  • Page 16: Changing The Inner Flame Nozzle

    Changing the inner flame - Unscrew the part M3 from the threaded part M2; to do this, hold the threaded part in the opposite direction. nozzle (fig. 12) - Remove the pipe from the part M2. Fig. b2. - Disassemble the assembly of parts M2 and M4 from part M1.
  • Page 17 Never remove the valve reinforcing ring. If the by-pass screw cannot be accessed, disassemble the glass panel and frame described in: Changing the nozzles for double-flame burners. Fig. 9. Adjust the minimum ring setting by turning the by-pass screw using a flat head screwdriver. To adjust the minimum flame for N.G.
  • Page 18: Operating Instructions

    Operating instructions Burner locations Pan support Burner (up to 2.8 kW) Double flame burner (up to support 6 kW) Burner (up to 1.9 kW) Control knob Control knob Pan support Burner (up Burner (up to 1.1 kW) to 2.8 kW) Burner (up Burner (up to 1.9 kW)
  • Page 19: Switching On Automatically

    Fig. 17 Fig. 15 Fig. 16 Fig. 18 Fig. 19 Fig. 21 Fig. 20 Switching on automati- If your cooktop can be switched on automatically (ignition sparkers): cally 1. Press the chosen burner control knob and turn it anticlockwise to the maximum power setting. While the control knob is still pressed down, sparks are produced on all burners.
  • Page 20: Safety System

    Safety system Depending on the model, your cooktop may have a safety system (thermocouple) that prevents the flow of Fig. 22 gas if the burners accidentally switch off. To ensure that this device is active, switch on the burner as usual and, without releasing the control knob, press and hold it down firmly for 4 seconds after lighting the flame.
  • Page 21: Warnings

    Warnings It is normal to hear a slight whistling noise while the burner is operating. When it is first used, it is normal for the burner to give off odours; this does not pose any risk and does not indicate a malfunction;...
  • Page 22: Suitable Pans

    Suitable pans The chart below gives the correct pan usage for each burner Burner Recomended pan Minimum pan diameter diameter Medium burner 140-200 mm 140 mm Large burner 220-260 mm 220 mm Wok burners ≥220 mm Small burner 120-160 mm 120 mm Accessories Depending on the model, the cooktop may include the...
  • Page 23: Cooking Recommendation

    Cooking recommendation Very high, high Medium Wok burner Boiling, grilling, Reheating and keeping things hot: browning and cooked and pre-cooked dishes. Asian food (wok). Large burner Steaks, omelettes, Rice, white sauce Steaming and frying. and ragout. vegetables. Medium burner Steaming potatoes, Reheating, keeping things hot and fresh vegetables, making tasty casseroles.
  • Page 24: Precautions For Use

    Precautions for use The following advice is intended to help you save energy and prevent pan damage: Use pans which are the right size for each burner. Do not use small pans on large burners. The flame should not touch the sides of the pan. Do not use damaged pans, which do not sit evenly on the cooktop.
  • Page 25: Cleaning And Maintenance

    Cleaning and maintenance Cleaning Once the appliance is cool, use a sponge to clean it with soap and water. After each use, clean the surface of the respective burner parts once they have cooled down. If any bits are left (overcooked food, drops of grease etc.), however few, they will become stuck to the surface and more difficult to remove later.
  • Page 26: Service

    Service Sometimes certain faults detected can be easily resolved. Before calling the Service Centre, bear in mind the following advice: Fault Possible cause Solution The general electrical Defective fuse. Check the fuse in the main fuse system is malfunctioning. box and change it if it is damaged. The automatic safety switch or Check the main control panel to circuit breaker has tripped.
  • Page 27: Wiring Diagram

    Wiring diagram A. Switch B. Blue wire C. Brown wire D. Terminal E. Ignition module S iemens-Electrogeräte Gmb H S iemens-Electrogeräte Gmb H ER926B90A ER326AB90A Injectors marks marks 65/125 47/115 65/215 47/115 54,60 In compliance with AS/NZ 3100 and AS 4551 In compliance with AS/NZ 3100 and AS 4551 Made in Spain Made in Spain...

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