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BELLING F/S 60cms GAS
APPLIANCES
SERVICE MANUAL

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  • Page 1 BELLING F/S 60cms GAS APPLIANCES SERVICE MANUAL...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    INDEX PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION PAGE APPLIANCE RATING PLATE ............. USER GUIDE AND INSTALLATION HANDBOOK USER GUIDE..................4-29 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS............30-35 TECHNICAL DATA................36-37 WIRING DIAGRAMS................38-40 PARTS LIST FSG 60DOP..............48-57 PARTS LIST FSG 60TC................. 58-66 PARTS LIST FSG 60TC LPG..............67-74 REPAIR AND MAINTAINANCE DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES............
  • Page 3: Product Identification Page

    PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION Appliance rating plate location The appliance rating plate is located on the right-hand side of the front frame and also on the rear service panel YEAR MONTH NUMBER OF PRODUCTION FOR THE MONTH PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION CODE It is important that during all service calls the model and serial numbers are recorded on all paper work.
  • Page 4: User Guide

    Users Guide & Installation Handbook Belling Freestanding Gas AU...
  • Page 5 CONTENTS Introduction Before Using Safety Using the Hob Using the Grill Using the Ovens Cleaning Installation Technical Customer Care Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.
  • Page 6 Should you wish to take out extended warranty, please fill in the details on the leaflet and post this off to: Glen Dimplex Australia Glen Dimplex New Zealand Pty Unit 2, 205 Abbotts Road 38 Harris Road, East Tamaki Dandenong South...
  • Page 7 BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT • Make sure that you have removed all packaging and wrapping. Some of the items inside this appliance may have additional wrapping. • It is advised that you turn the ovens and/or grill on for a short while. This will burn off any residues left from manufacturing.
  • Page 8 SAFETY ✓ Always make sure that the oven Caution: This appliance is for cooking purposes only. It must not be used for shelves are resting in the correct position other purposes, for example room between two runners. Do not place the heating.
  • Page 9 SAFETY ✗ In the event of a chip pan fire Never use double pans, rim-based pans, old or misshapen pans, or any pan • If your chip pan does catch fire - don’t that is not stable on a flat surface. panic, and don’t move the pan.
  • Page 10 USING THE HOB - GAS • Use pans which are large enough to • To simmer, turn the control knob to the avoid overflows onto the ceramic glass small flame symbol. This will ensure that hob surface. the flame is just large enough to gently heat the contents of the pan.
  • Page 11 The Fold Down Lid Caution: Glass lids may shatter when heated. Turn off all the burners before shutting the lid. When opening and closing the lid, use the cooler outer sides of the lid glass. The lid must be opened fully, so there is no danger of it closing while the hob is being used.
  • Page 12 USING THE GRILL - GAS Caution: Accessible parts maybe hot when the Place the handle over the edge of the grill grill is used. Young children should be kept pan, at the narrow side edges. Slide the away. handle to the centre, and locate between the handle position indicators.
  • Page 13 USING THE GRILL - GAS Aluminium foil Using aluminium foil to cover the grill pan, or putting items wrapped in foil under the grill creates a fire hazard. Using the grill Push the grill pan towards the back of the shelf, to position it under the grill.
  • Page 14 USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC (IN A GAS PRODUCT) Caution: Accessible parts may be hot when the grill is used - young children should be kept away. Open the top oven / grill door. Push in and turn the top oven / grill control knob clockwise to the ‘FULL ON’...
  • Page 15 USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC (IN A GAS PRODUCT) Detachable grill pan handle Using the grill Push the grill pan towards the back of the grid shelf, to position it under the grill. The speed of grilling can be controlled by selecting a higher or lower shelf position.
  • Page 16 USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS Preheating Using the top oven Always preheat the top oven for 15 Ignition minutes. However, if the main oven Push in and turn the top oven control knob is being used at the same time, then anticlockwise to the ‘FULL ON’...
  • Page 17 USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS Oven furniture Slow cooking Baking tray and roasting tins Make sure that frozen foods are thoroughly THAWED before cooking. For best cooked results and even browning, the maximum size baking trays Do not slow cook joints of meat or poultry and roasting tins that should be used are weighing more than 2¼kg / 4 lb.
  • Page 18 USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS Top oven baking guide Dish Recommended Suggested Approxiamte gas mark shelf cooking time position (preheated oven) Scones top - middle 10 - 15 mins Meringues “S” slow setting bottom 2 - 3 hours Cakes Small cakes middle 15 - 25 mins...
  • Page 19 USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS Traditional fruit cakes Roast turkey It should be remembered that ovens can Roasting turkey involves cooking two vary over time, therefore cooking times different types of meat - the delicate light can vary, making it difficult to be precise breast meat, which must not be allowed when baking fruit cakes.
  • Page 20 USING THE TOP OVEN - GAS Notes: Roasting guide • When cooking stuffed meat or poultry The times given in the roasting guide are calculate the cooking time from the total only approximate, because the size and weight of the meat plus the stuffing. age of the bird will influence cooking times as will the shape of a joint and the •...
  • Page 21 USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS Using the main oven These zones of heat can be useful as different dishes requiring different Ignition temperatures can be cooked at the same time, when more than one shelf is used. Push in and turn the main oven control knob to the ‘FULL ON’...
  • Page 22 USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS For roasting joints of meat or poultry, and for pot roasts preheat the oven to gas mark 6 and cook for 30 minutes, then adjust the oven control to the “S” slow setting for the remainder of the cooking time.
  • Page 23 USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS • Turkey should be roasted at gas mark Traditional fruit cakes 5 for 20 minutes per lb, plus 20 minutes, It should be remembered that ovens can unless packaging advises otherwise. vary over time, therefore cooking times •...
  • Page 24 USING THE MAIN OVEN - GAS Notes: Roasting guide • When cooking stuffed meat or poultry The times given in the roasting guide are calculate the cooking time from the total only approximate, because the size and weight of the meat plus the stuffing. age of the bird will influence cooking times as will the shape of a joint and the •...
  • Page 25 USING THE PROGRAMMER / CLOCK - GAS (if fitted) The programmer buttons Setting the minute minder The ‘function’ button in the centre is used for setting the minute minder and setting Press and release the function button. The up the automatic cooking. See below for minute minder bell symbol will appear details.
  • Page 26 USING THE PROGRAMMER / CLOCK - GAS (if fitted) Semi-automatic cooking This clock funcion can be used when you have started cooking a meal or a dish in the oven and want to set the time for the oven to switch off. Press and release the function button twice.
  • Page 27 USING THE MINUTE MINDER (if fitted) Setting the minute minder 1. Press and release the plus button to change the display from clock to minute minder - the bell symbol will light. 2. Use the plus and minus buttons to set the length of time before the alarm tone will sound.
  • Page 28 CLEANING GENERAL • Baby oil can be used to restore stainless steel finishes - but only use a • It is important to clean the product few drops. Don’t use cooking oils as they regularly as a build up of fat can affect can contain salts, which will damage the its performance or damage it and may metal.
  • Page 29 CLEANING • To remove the glass panel, open the • Do not put burners in the dishwasher door wide, hold the top and bottom edges or soak them. Using dishwasher powders, and slide out. washing up liquids and caustic pastes can damage the burners.
  • Page 30: Installation Instructions

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS PRODUCTS Ventilation Requirements Before you start: Please read the instructions. Planning your installation will Ventilation must be as specified by save you time and effort. AS 5601 Installation code. The room Prior to installation, ensure that the local conatining the appliance should have an distribution conditions (nature of the gas air supply.
  • Page 31 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS PRODUCTS Clearances Windows and permanent vents should therefore not be blocked or removed No shelf or overhang or cooker hood without first consulting a competent gas should be closer than a minimum of installer. 650mm, but check with cooker hood manufacturer’s recommendations.
  • Page 32 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS PRODUCTS Levelling Your Cooker A stability bracket can be fitted as follows: Place a spirit level on a baking sheet onto Place the cooker in position and draw a an oven shelf. PENCIL LINE level with the front edge (2). The cooker is fitted with LEVELLING FEET Mark the centre of the cooker to give a (1).
  • Page 33 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS PRODUCTS Connect to the electricity supply - Gas As the colours of the wires in the mains lead for the appliance may not correspond (mains ignition models only) with the coloured markings identifying the Warning: This appliance must be earthed. terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: 1.
  • Page 34 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS PRODUCTS Natural Gas - Flexible connections should Connect to the gas supply comply with BS 669. Parts of the appliance Means of isolation shall be provided at the likely to come into contact with a flexible shut off point by either an approved quick connector have a temperature rise of less connect device or a Type 1 manual shut...
  • Page 35 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS - GAS PRODUCTS Ovens - Open the oven door. Turn the control to the FULL ON position and press the ignition switch, or hold a lighted match or taper to the burner. Hold the control knob in for 15 seconds. Do not hold the control knob in for longer that 15 seconds.
  • Page 36: Technical Data

    TECHNICAL DATA Type of gas: Please see data badge your for specified gas type. Never attempt to convert an appliance - unless the data badge states that you can. Burner Aeration: Fixed Pressure setting: Natural Gas - 1.0 kPa Propane - 2.75 kPa Electrical supply: 220 - 240V ~ 50Hz Countries of destination:...
  • Page 37 TECHNICAL DATA Data - Oven and Grill Products Fuel Type Hotplate Burner / Nominal Rate Element Natural Gas Hob - small 3.2MJ/h Hob - medium x 2 6.5MJ/h Hob - large 9.5MJ/h Grill 8.6MJ/h Main oven 9.0MJ/h Total heat input 43.3MJ/h •...
  • Page 38: Wiring Diagrams

    B ELLING FSG 60DO - AU ISSUE A Wiring colour code: Bk - Black, Bn - Brown, Bu - Blue, Gn - Green, Or - Orange, R - Red, W - White, Y - Yellow. GRILL T/OVEN MICROSWITCH LIGHT SWITCH IGNITION F60c SWITCH...
  • Page 39 ISSUE A B elling FSG 60DOP - AU Wiring colour code: Bk - Black, Bn - Brown, Bu - Blue, Gn - Green, Or - Orange, R - Red, W - White, Y - Yellow. MAIN OVEN THERMOSTAT THERMOCOUPLE EARTH INTERUPTER POINT CONNECTION...
  • Page 40 ISSUE A B ELLING FSG 60TC - AU Wiring colour code: Bk - Black, Bn - Brown, Bu - Blue, Gn - Green, Or - Orange, R - Red, W - White, Y - Yellow. DOOR SWITCH 3-WAY TERMINAL MINUTE MINDER BLOCK Door Switch Harness...
  • Page 41: Customer Care

    CUSTOMER CARE FAQs • Automatic cooking will normally produce condensation when the oven is What parts of the appliance can be washed in cooling down with food inside. a dishwasher? Should the cooling fan continue to run once • Any enamelled parts such as the the appliance has been switched off? grillpan can be cleaned in a dishwasher, as can oven shelves and shelf guides.
  • Page 42 CUSTOMER CARE CHANGING LIGHT BULBS (where fitted) Warning: There is a risk of electric shock, so always make sure you have turned off and unplugged your appliance before starting. Always allow the product to cool down before you change a bulb. Not all appliances have the same number and type of bulbs.
  • Page 43 Before you contact a service agent, make sure that you have the following information to hand: Model Number Serial Number Date of Purchase Postcode Glen Dimplex Australia, Unit 2, 205 Abbotts Road, Dandenong, South Victoria 3175, Australia e-mail: sales@glendimplex.com.au web: www.glendimplex.com.au Model Names: Belling FSG 08 27486 00d 03.2010...
  • Page 44 PRODUCT: BEL FSG 60 DOP AU FREESTANDING COLOUR: Stainless Steel CODE: 444440497 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 073103203 CHASSIS fs 60 g do 00358 602925404 FRONTFRAME 60 std 00783 082360801 SLEEVE silicone (black) 0314 082233400 FAN cooling DP203A-2123LST-C31 0349 081830501 FOOT levelling long...
  • Page 45 PRODUCT: BEL FSG 60 DOP AU FREESTANDING COLOUR: Stainless Steel CODE: 444440497 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 0103 082957701 BURNERSKIRT semi (serie 3) 0104 082957702 BURNERSKIRT rapid (serie 3) 0178 082520000 CLIP spring Defendi 0281 082532602 ELECTRODE 1300mm DEL703 0552 502427500 LID clip...
  • Page 46 PRODUCT: BEL FSG 60 DOP AU FREESTANDING COLOUR: Stainless Steel CODE: 444440497 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 0304 082557901 END CAP RH door ext 0428 702989812 HANDLE door be 60 073105004 HOB AES 60 g wire lid-be blk 0090 082957800 BURNERCAP aux (serie3)blk gls...
  • Page 49 0420 0421...
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  • Page 52 FURNITURE TOP OVEN ALTERNATIVE SHELF GUIDES - KEY NUMBER FOR OPPOSITE HAND 420 THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 53 FURNITURE MAIN OVEN ALTERNATIVE SHELF GUIDES- KEY NUMBER FOR OPPOSITE HAND 421 THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 54 PRODUCT: 444440494 FREESTANDING COLOUR: CODE: BEL FSG 60 TC AU ISSUE: 444440494 DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 073103213 CHASSIS fs 60 g tc 00358 602925404 FRONTFRAME 60 std 00783 082360801 SLEEVE silicone (black) 0314 082233400 FAN cooling DP203A-2123LST-C31 0349 081830501 FOOT levelling long 0604...
  • Page 55 PRODUCT: 444440494 FREESTANDING COLOUR: CODE: BEL FSG 60 TC AU ISSUE: 444440494 DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 0894 082964604 TAP semi 0.39 bp rh set 52-54A 0895 082964606 TAP rapid 0.45 bp rh set 65-70 0909 082938701 Thermocouple 500mm long 0910 082938700 Thermocouple 300mm short...
  • Page 56 PRODUCT: 444440494 FREESTANDING COLOUR: CODE: BEL FSG 60 TC AU ISSUE: 444440494 DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 0810 083005100 STEM timer button 0878 081811101 SWITCH ignition E2009 0879 081811100 SWITCH light E1036 073107047 WIRING fs 60g tc clock au 081273002 Connector 3 way 0477...
  • Page 58: Parts List Fsg 60Tc

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  • Page 61 FURNITURE TOP OVEN ALTERNATIVE SHELF GUIDES - KEY NUMBER FOR OPPOSITE HAND 420 THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 62 FURNITURE MAIN OVEN ALTERNATIVE SHELF GUIDES- KEY NUMBER FOR OPPOSITE HAND 421 THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 63 PRODUCT: BEL FSG 60 TC LPG AU FREESTANDING COLOUR: White CODE: 444440562 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 073103213 CHASSIS fs 60 g tc 00358 602925404 FRONTFRAME 60 std 00783 082360801 SLEEVE silicone (black) 0314 082233400 FAN cooling DP203A-2123LST-C31 0349 081830501 FOOT levelling long...
  • Page 64 PRODUCT: BEL FSG 60 TC LPG AU FREESTANDING COLOUR: White CODE: 444440562 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 0889 082964607 TAP semi 0.39 bp rh 0889 082964507 TAP aux 0.32 bp lh 0909 082938701 Thermocouple 500mm long 0910 082938700 Thermocouple 300mm short 073104802 FACIA MECH fs 60 ang g mm...
  • Page 65 PRODUCT: BEL FSG 60 TC LPG AU FREESTANDING COLOUR: White CODE: 444440562 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 0878 081811101 SWITCH ignition E2009 0879 081811100 SWITCH light E1036 073107047 WIRING fs 60g tc clock au 0477 083111700 GENERATOR ignition 081273002 connector 3 way 073107722...
  • Page 66 FURNITURE TOP OVEN ALTERNATIVE SHELF GUIDES - KEY NUMBER FOR OPPOSITE HAND 420 THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 67: Parts List Fsg 60Tc Lpg

    EV MAIN DOOR GLASS LH ALTERNATIVE HANDLE DESIGN THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 68 FACIA FREESTANDING ALTERNATIVE METAL FASCIA ONLY THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 70 FURNITURE MAIN OVEN ALTERNATIVE SHELF GUIDES- KEY NUMBER FOR OPPOSITE HAND 421 THE PARTS ON THIS DRAWING ARE REPRESENTATIVE ONLY AND MAY VARY VISUALLY. THIS DRAWING IS GENERIC AND PARTS SHOWN MAY NOT BE ON ALL MODELS.
  • Page 71: Repair And Maintainance

    B B ELLING GAS FREESTANDING REPAIR MAINTAINANCE PROCEDURES...
  • Page 72 IMPORTANT BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY SERVICING WORK ALWAYS DISCONNECT FROM THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY...
  • Page 73 1) REMOVING THE MAIN OVEN DOOR REMOVE THE 2 SCREWS FROM THE LOWER HINGE AS INDICATED. REMOVE THE LOWER HINGE AND SLIDE THE DOOR DOWNWARDS AWAY FROM THE TOP HINGE ENSURE THAT THE DOOR IS SUPPORTED AT ALL TIMES 2) REMOVING THE TOP OVEN DOOR OPEN THE DOOR FULLY RELEASE THE 2 CLIPS AND PUSH FULLY BACK INTO POSITION...
  • Page 74 REMOVING THE HINGE FROM THE DOOR REMOVE THE 2 SCREWS AS INDICATED PULL THE HINGE OUT OF THE DOOR EXTRUSION...
  • Page 75 3) LID REMOVAL WITH LID IN THE UPRIGHT POSITION REMOVE 2 SIDE PLATES BY LOOSENING THE 2 SCREWS REMOVE THE 2 LID SPRINGS BY RELEASING THE SPRINGS FROM THE LOWER HOLES REMOVE THE 2 LID CLIPS AND CAREFULLY LIFT THE LID AWAY FROM THE HOBTOP ENSURE THAT THE LID IS SUPPORTED AT ALL TIMES...
  • Page 76 5) REMOVAL OF SIDE PANELS REMOVE 2X SCREWS AT REAR OF APPLIANCE REMOVE 2X SCREWS FROM FRONT OF APPLIANCE REMOVE SIDE PANEL...
  • Page 77: Disassembly Procedures

    6) REMOVAL OF FACIA PANEL CARRY OUT BOTH OPERATIONS IN STEP 5 (REMOVAL OF SIDE PANELS) REMOVE ALL CONTROL KNOBS REMOVE 4 X HOLDING SCREWS 2 ON EACH SIDE AND REMOVE THE FACIA PANEL 7) REMOVING THE REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVE BOTH FLUE TUBES FROM REAR REMOVE SECURING SCREWS X6...
  • Page 78 REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVED...
  • Page 79 8) GAINING ACCESS UNDERNEATH HOBTOP THE HOB TOP CAN BE REMOVED WITHOUT REMOVING THE LID USING THE FOLLOWING PROCEDURE REMOVE THE 2 SCREWS HOLDING THE SIDE PANEL REPEAT FOR L/H SIDE PANEL REMOVE THE CONTROL KNOBS GENTLY PULL THE SIDE PANEL AWAY FROM THE APPLIANCE AND REMOVE THE 2 FACIA PANEL SECURING SCREWS...
  • Page 80 THE HOB TOP MAY NOW BE LIFTED TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE GAS TAPS/ THERMOSTATS/ELECTRODES ETC TAKE CARE TO ENSURE THAT THE HOB TOP IS SUPPORTED AT ALL TIMES WHEN WORKING UNDER- NEATH WHEN REFITTING ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE BURNERBOWLS PROTRUDE THROUGH THE HOLES IN THE HOB TOP FULLY...
  • Page 81 REPLACEMENT OF COMPONANTS A) ELECTRODES FOLLOW STEP 8( PAGE 9 ) AND REMOVE THE HOB TOP REMOVE ELCTRODE CLIP BY SQEEZING TOGETHER AND PULLING TO REMOVE REMOVE ELECTRODE FROM BURNER BOWL AND IGNITION LEAD FROM IGNITIION GENERATOR ON REPLACING ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE RUBBER WASHER IS REFITTED B) HOB THERMOCOUPLES...
  • Page 82 C) COOLING FAN FOLLOW STEP 8 (PAGE 9) AND RE- MOVE THE HOB TOP REMOVE THE 4 SECURING SCREWS AND REMOVE THE FAN AND FAN GUARD DISCONNECT THE WIRES WHEN RE-FITTING ALWAYS REFIT THE FAN GUARD...
  • Page 83 D) GAS TAPS FOLLOW STEP 8 (PAGE 9) LIFT HOB FOLLOW STEP 6 (PAGE 7) REMOVE FACIA PANEL REMOVE 1 SCREW AS SHOWN ON EITHER SIDE PULL FORWARD INNER FACIA PANEL TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE 2 TAP SECURING SCREWS UNDO BUNDY TUBE CONNECTION AND REMOVE DISCONNECT THERMOCOUPLE...
  • Page 84 E) THERMOSTATS FOLLOW STEP 8 (PAGE 9) REMOVE HOB TOP DISCONNECT BUNDY TUBE NUT AND THERMOCOUPLE REMOVE 2 T/STAT SECURING SCREWS AND REMOVE THE T/STAT FROM GAS RAIL DISCONNECT THE T/STAT PHIAL FROM INSIDE THE OVEN CAVITY (R/H SIDE OF CAVITY IN BOTH OVENS AND PULL THROUGH TO REMOVE T/STAT FULLY WHEN REPLACING ALWAYS ENSURE...
  • Page 85 F) TIMER FOLLOW STEP 6 REMOVE FACIA PANEL RELEASE TIMER FROM HOLDING CLIPS BY GENTLY PUSHING IN CLIPS WITH A SCREWDRIVER G) IGNITION /LIGHT SWITCHES FOLLOW STEP 6 (PAGE 7) REMOVAL OF FACIA PANEL REMOVE IGNITION/LIGHT SWITCH BY RELEASING CLPIS AS REQUIRED...
  • Page 86: Componant Removal

    H) DOOR SEAL THE DOOR SEAL IS REMOVED BY JUST PULLING IT IS SECURED IN THE GAP BETWEEN THE CAVITY AND FRONFRAME AND REQUIRES NO OTHER FIXING TO REFIT PUSH IN ALWAYS ENSURE THAT DOOR SEAL LIP IS FACING COR- RECT WAY I) GRILL ELEMENT FOLLOW STEP 7 (PAGE ?) REMOVE...
  • Page 87 J) TOP OVEN BURNER LOOSEN HIDDEN SCREW IN BURNER SHIELD( AS INDICATED ) AND SLIDE AWAY TO REMOVE THE BURNER REMOVE THE SECURING NUT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE BURNER PULL THE BURNER FROM THE BURNER HOUSING THE ELCTRODE CAN NOW BE REMOVED FROM THE BURNER WITH THE BURNER SHIELD RE- MOVED THE THERMOCOUPLE CAN...
  • Page 88 K) MAIN OVEN LIGHT FITTING FOLLOW STEP 7 (PAGE 7) REMOVING REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVE GLASS LAMP COVER BY UNSCREWING REMOVE THE EARTH LEAD RELEASE 4 XCLIPS HOLDING LIGHT FITTING IN PLACE REMOVE BY PULLING LIGHT FITTING FORWARD INTO CAVITY L) IGNITION GENERATOR REMOVE 2 X EARTHING SCREWS RELEASE IGNITION GENERATOR BY...
  • Page 89: Technical Specifications

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NOMINAL RESISTANCES AT 20oC *5,// (/(0(17  Ÿ : &22/,1* )$1 NŸ OVERHEAT CUT-OUTS MAIN 120oC FAN RUN-ON 60oC...
  • Page 90: Faultfinding Guides

    BELLING GAS FREESTANDING COOKERS FAULTFINDING GUIDES...
  • Page 91 Gas freestanding Main oven not working Customer reports main oven not working – Hotplate – top oven or grill OK. Is the clock set to manual? Advise customer on setting the timer Can the customer Does ignition start? smell gas in the oven? Replace micro switch Replace Spark Can the customer...
  • Page 92 Top oven not working Customer reports top oven not working Does the grill work? Possible gas supply problem if whole appliance affected customer to have supply checked – if just top oven / Can the customer Does oven ignition grill replace top oven t/stat smell gas in the oven? spark? Replace micro switch...
  • Page 93 Oven with FSD won’t maintain temperature Oven will not regulate temperature When the oven is lit does the flame increase to full rate Send engineer with FSD or Burner Does the customer have assy the inner door glass fitted? Have customer re-fit inner door glass Ask customer to check for visual...

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