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  • Page 1 BELLING GOURMET 900 DF SERVICE MANUAL...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    35-36 CONTACT DETAILS ................37-38 WIRING DIAGRAM................39-39 PARTS LIST GOURMET 900 DF............40-46 REPAIR AND MAINTAINANCE DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURES............47-53 COMPONANT REMOVAL..............54-61 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS............62-62 FAULTFINDING GUIDES..............63-76 THIS MANUAL COVERS THE FOLLOWING MODELS :- BELLING GOURMET 900 DF...
  • 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 5 Should you wish to take out extended warranty, please fill in the details on the leaflet and post this off to: Glen Dimplex Australia, Unit 2, 205 Abbotts Road Dandenong South Victoria 3175...
  • Page 6 Contents User’s Section ............Hob and cooker safety .
  • Page 7: Hob And Cooker Safety

    Hob & Cooker Safety WARNING: Parts of Always ensure that pan bases are dry, and flat before the appliance may using them on the hob. become hot while in use, always make sure Always position pans over the centre of the burner, that children are and turn the handles to a safe position so they cannot supervised when they...
  • Page 8: Chip Pan Fires

    Chip Pan Fires What causes a chip pan fire? Do not spray aerosols in the Chip pan fires start when oil of fat overheats and catches fire, vicinity of this appliance or when oil or fat spills on to the cooker because the pan has while it is in operation.
  • Page 9: Using The Programmer/Clock

    Using The Programmer/Clock What your timer symbols Through your programmer you will be able to set the time mean. of day, set the minute minder, and use the semi and fully automatic cooking functions. The programmer is vital to the working of your appliance, and reading this section will Automatic Cook Pot symbol...
  • Page 10 Using The Programmer/Clock Setting the minute minder To set the Minute Minder, press the Function button once. The bell symbol will appear and start flashing. The flashing only lasts for 5 seconds so the time must be set within this time frame. Use the Plus and Minus button to set the length of time required.
  • Page 11 Setting the Programmer Fully Automatic Cooking Switch on and off automatically This requires both the duration and the end time to be entered. The timer will work out the start time and begin cooking. Press the Function button twice, which will skip past the Minute Minder.
  • Page 12: Using Your Gas Hob

    Using Your Gas Hob Hob Ignition To turn on, place your pan onto the pan supports above the burner you wish to use. Push in and turn the selected control knob anticlockwise, to the full on symbol. Your hob has an ignition button on the fascia panel, How can I tell if my hob press it in until your burner lights.
  • Page 13: Using Your Multifunction Oven

    Using Your Multifunction Oven Important: Never The multifunction oven may be controlled by the program- place food, or dishes on mer (see The Programmer/Clock for details). the base of the main oven, the element is The programmer, if fitted must be set to manual before it here and it will cause can be used, or programmed.
  • Page 14: Using Your Fan Oven (If Fitted)

    Using Your Fanned Oven (if fitted) Important: Never Switching on the fanned oven place food, or dishes on the base of the main Use the fanned oven control to turn your oven on, and oven, the element is select your temperature. here and it will cause The thermostat indicator will come on to show that the over heating.
  • Page 15: Oven And Grill Functions

    Oven & Grill Functions Main Oven Function Recommended Uses Base Heat Only Used to finish off the bases of food following cooking using the conventional or fanned modes. The base heat can be used to provide additional browning for pizzas, pies and quiche. Use this function towards the end of cooking.
  • Page 16: Using Your Multifunction Oven Grill

    Using Your Multifunction Oven Grill Warning: Accessible Before you start grilling..parts may become hot Before you use the grill, make sure you have placed the when the grill is in use. grill shelf in the position you need as once the grill is on Chidren should be kept away.
  • Page 17: Fanned Oven Guide

    Fanned Oven Guide Some adjustment will have to be made to conventional cooking temperatures. table below shows conventional cooking temperatures, fanned temperatures and gas marks. For optimum results using the fanned oven setting, conventional temperatures need to be converted to the fanned oven temperatures.
  • Page 18: Cooking Guide

    Cooking Guide Pre-heating To get the best results from your oven, we recommend pre-heating for around 5 to 15 minutes before placing your dishes in. This is especially important for items which are chilled, frozen, batter based, yeast based or whisked sponges.
  • Page 19: Roasting Guide

    Roasting Guide Roasting times depend on the weight, shape and texture of the meat and personal preference. In order to calculate the roasting time, weigh the meat or poultry, including the stuffing, and follow the times given below. Meat joints (including chicken) should be roasted at 180 - 200˚C Conventional/ 160 - 180˚C Fanned for 20 - 30 mins per 450g/1lb, plus 20 min- utes on shelf position 2.
  • Page 20 Roasting Guide Roast turkey Roasting turkey perfectly involves cooking two different types of meat - the delicate light breast meat, which must not be allowed to dry out, and the darker leg meat, which takes longer to cook. The turkey must be roasted long enough for the legs to cook, so frequent basting is necessary.
  • Page 21 General Baking Guide Trouble-shooting - Fruit Cakes PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE Fruit sinking to the bottom Low oven temperature which may cause the cake to take longer to set, allowing the fruit to sink. Or, too much liquid, or raising agent. The fruit may not have been properly washed and dried.
  • Page 22: Cooling And Defrosting Function

    ‘Cooling & Defrosting’ Function To cool foods quickly straight after cooking, but before refrigerating or freezing, turn the oven control to the defrost position, and open the door. To defrost frozen foods, turn the oven control to the defrost position, place the food in the centre of the oven and close the door.
  • Page 23: Cleaning Your Gas Hob

    Cleaning your Gas Hob Always allow your Sometimes when a hob is not working well, it is because appliance to cool it needs cleaning. down, and switch off the electricity before you clean any part of Enamel parts Use a mild cream cleaner for example ‘Cif’. Stubborn marks can be removed with a soap filled pad.
  • Page 24: Cleaning Your Cavities

    Cleaning your Cavities Always allow your Cleaning the oven cavities appliance to cool Some foods can cause fat to spit, especially if you have down, and switch off open roasted, this leaves the inside of the cavity the electricity before you clean any part of greasy.
  • Page 25: Telescopic Shelving System

    Telescopic Shelving System (if fitted) In addition to the traditional shelving fitted into your appliance, the telescopic shelving system is fitted in the most commonly used location in your cavity. The shelves with the telescopic system are easier to Standard shelving positions pull out than traditional shelving, which means the Telescopic shelf position oven door stays open for a shorter period of time.
  • Page 26: Cleaning Your Appliance

    Cleaning your Appliance Always allow your Painted & Plastic parts appliance to cool Only use a clean cloth wrung out in hot soapy water. down, and switch off Do not use abrasive cleaners, such as “Cif”, wire or nylon the electricity before you clean any part of cleaning pads on these parts.
  • Page 27: Before You Call

    Before you call. . Problem? Advice Check there is a spark when the The ignition won’t work. ignition button is depressed. If (Gas and dual fuel models) there is no spark, check the electricity supply is switched on at the socket. Check that the gas supply is switched on.
  • Page 28: Changing Light Bulbs

    Changing Light Bulbs Warning: There is a risk of electric shock, so always make sure you have turned off and / or unplugged your appliance, prior to changing the light bulb. Not all appliances have the same number and type of bulbs.
  • Page 29: Installation Instructions

    Installing Your Cooker Always make sure that your appliance is fitted correctly, by a competent installer. This is a Class 1 appliance regarding installation requirements. Warning This appliance is unsuitable for use in a marine environment Before you start Always make sure that you have carefully read through the installation pages of this book - careful planning at the beginning will ensure a quick and easy installation.
  • Page 30 Installing Your Cooker Clearances This cooker may be fitted flush to the base units of your kitchen. No shelf, overhang, cupboard, or cooker hood should be less than 650mm above the hob top, but please check this with the hood manufacturers instructions. If your appliance has a side opening door, we recommend a side clearance of 60mm to allow the oven door to fully open.
  • Page 31 Installing Your Cooker The information below is crucial to installing this appliance correctly and safely. Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations This appliance must be installed by an authorised person in accordance with the manufacturers installation instructions, local gas fitting regulations, the AGA Gas Installation, the Australian Gas Installation Code AS5601 and any other rele- vant statutory regulations.
  • Page 32 Installing Your Cooker Stabilising and Securing Stability Hook Rear of cooker (not supplied) Your cooker is supplied with 2 stability chains. These will Firmly fix chain to cooker rear prevent the cooker from moving and causing damage to the flexible hose at the rear of the cooker. Stability chain to be as short as Your cooker must be secured to a wall or a solid partition...
  • Page 33 Installing Your Cooker We recommend that this appliance is connected by a com- petent person, who is a member of a recognised “Competent Persons Scheme” and who will comply with local regulations. The appliance must be installed using a multi-pole control unit of 13 Ampere minimum capacity with 3mm minimum contact separation at all poles, which must remain acces- sible after installation.
  • Page 34 Installing Your Cooker Connecting to the gas supply Means of isolation shall be provided at the shut off point by either an approved quick connect device or a Type 1 man- ual shut off valve. The outlet of the quick connect device shall be at, or below, the horizontal position.
  • Page 35: Technical Data

    Technical Data - Notes 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 36: Technical Data

    Technical Data - Notes Fuel Type Hotplate Burner / Nominal Rate Element Hob - small 3.2MJ/h Natural Gas Hob - medium x 2 6.5MJ/h Hob - Large 9.5MJ/h Hob - wok 10.9MJ/h Total heat input 5 burners 36.6MJ/h Hob - small 3.2MJ/h LP Gas Hob - medium x 2...
  • Page 37: Service Record

    Service Record Please record your model number and serial number in the space below. Where are my model and serial numbers? Freestanding HL appliances: base of storage drawer Freestanding appliances: front frame near oven cavity Built in oven: front frame near oven cavity Hobs: base plate of the hob Having these numbers to hand will help us to help you, quickly and more efficiently.
  • Page 38: Customer Care

    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 Pty Ltd, Unit 2, 205 Abbotts Road, Dandenong, South Victoria 3175, Australia e-mail: sales@glendimplex.com.au web: www.glendimplex.com.au 08 27414 02 © 05.2009 Dual Fuel Range...
  • Page 39 BELLING 900DF GOURMET - AU ISSUE A Wiring colour code: Bk - Black, Bn - Brown, Bu - Blue, Gn - Green, Or - Orange, R - Red, W - White, Y - Yellow. STAT. NEON IGNITION SWITCH PROGRAMMER THERMOSTAT P2,B 1 1a GRILL...
  • Page 40 PRODUCT: BELLING Gourmet 900DF AU Sta Range COLOUR: Stainless Steel CODE: 444449413 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 073107664 LABELS be rg 90df-au 0424 082741402 HANDBOOK Belling DF-AU 0522 012860208 KIT conversion rg lpg aus gour 073107502 SIDE PANELS gourmet 502209904 OUTERSIDE rh 0585...
  • Page 41 PRODUCT: BELLING Gourmet 900DF AU Sta Range COLOUR: Stainless Steel CODE: 444449413 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 073103814 HOB MECH 90 g gour au 0083 082519304 BURNERBOWL aux (injector 0.82) 0084 082519406 BURNERBOWL s/rapid (inj 1.18) 0085 082519506 BURNERBOWL rapid (inj 1.42) 0086 012546709...
  • Page 42 PRODUCT: BELLING Gourmet 900DF AU Sta Range COLOUR: Stainless Steel CODE: 444449413 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 082566100 BEZEL switch 28/09/09 082519304 BURNERBOWL aux (injector 0.82) 28/09/09 082519406 BURNERBOWL s/rapid (inj 1.18) 28/09/09 082519506 BURNERBOWL rapid (inj 1.42) 28/09/09 012546709 BURNER wok assy ng aus...
  • Page 43 PRODUCT: BELLING Gourmet 900DF AU Sta Range COLOUR: Stainless Steel CODE: 444449413 ISSUE: DATE: Product Product Description Replace Date 5044 082606772 BELLING BADGE BBELLING013 28/09/09 012860208 KIT conversion rg lpg aus gour 28/09/09 0493 082525613 INJECTOR 0.35 (98-011-4969) 99/99/99 0494 082525612 INJECTOR 0.87 (96-011-3020) 99/99/99...
  • Page 44 0872 0900 0889 0876 A 0705 0889 0889 0877 0889 0889 0912 This diagram is the property of GLEN DIMPLEX HOME APPLIANCES Not to be reproduced or transmitted in any shape or form without permission of GLEN DIMPLEX HOME APPLIANCES.
  • Page 46 0108 0315 0293 0294 0420 0210 0967 0411 0427 0421 0749 0564 This diagram is the property of GLEN DIMPLEX HOME APPLIANCES Not to be reproduced or transmitted in any shape or form without permission of GLEN DIMPLEX HOME APPLIANCES.
  • Page 47: Repair And Maintainance

    B B ELLING GOURMET 900 DF REPAIR MAINTAINANCE PROCEDURES...
  • Page 48 IMPORTANT BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY SERVICING WORK ALWAYS DISCONNECT FROM THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY...
  • Page 49 1) REMOVING THE MAIN OVEN DOOR OPEN THE DOOR FULLY RELEASE THE 2 CLIPS AND PUSH FULLY BACK INTO POSITION SHOWN CLOSE DOOR TO REST POSITION AND LIFT TO REMOVE THE DOOR AND HINGE WHEN REPLACING ENSURE THAT HINGES ARE FULLY ENGAGED IN THE HINGE BUSH 2) REMOVING THE FACIA PANEL REMOVE ALL CONTROL KNOBS...
  • Page 50 PULL THE FACIA PANEL AWAY FROM THE BOTTOM AND SLIDE TO THE RIGHT TO DISENGAGE THE UPPER BRACKETS THAT LO- CATE IN SLOTS ON THE UNDER- SIDE OF THE HOTPLATE 3) REMOVAL OF THE HOTPLATE REMOVE ALL PAN SUPPORTS AND HOB BURNERS FOLLOW STEP 2 AND REMOVE THE FACIA PANEL REMOVE 11 X SCREWS...
  • Page 51 HOTPLATE REMOVED GAS TAPS SELECTOR SWITCH OVEN T/STAT BURNERBOWLS COOLING FAN...
  • Page 52 4) REMOVAL OF SIDE PANELS REMOVE 2X SCREWS AT FRONT OF APPLIANCE AS SHOWN REMOVE 2X SCREWS FROM REAR OF APPLIANCE REMOVE SIDE PANEL...
  • Page 53 5) REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVE THE IGNITION / TERMINAL BOX COVER REMOVE ALL SECURING SCREWS TO REMOVE COMPLETELY DISCONNECT ALL WIRING FROM THE IGNITION GENERATOR AND TERMINAL BLOCK REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVED GRILL ELEMENT COOLING FAN STIR FAN LOWER OVEN ELEMENTS FAN TIMER PCB...
  • Page 54 REPLACEMENT OF COMPONANTS A) ELECTRODES FOLLOW STEP 2 AND 3 AND REMOVE THE HOTPLATE AND FACIA PANEL 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 55 C) GAS TAPS FOLLOW STEPS 2 AND 3 AND RE- MOVE THE FACIA PANEL AND HOTPLATE UNDO BUNDY TUBE CONNECTION AND REMOVE DISCONNECT THERMOCOUPLE REMOVE 2 GAS TAP SECURING SCREWS AND REMOVE THE TAP WHEN REPLACING TAP ALWAYS ENSURE THAT A NEW TAP WASHER IS FITTED (part number 081423974) D) COOLING FAN...
  • Page 56 E) MAIN OVEN THERMOSTAT FOLLOW STEP 2 AND 3 AND REMOVE THE HOTPLATE AND FACIA PANEL PULL THE THERMOSTAT FROM THE BACK OF THE SWITCHPACK AND REMOVE THE PHIAL FROM THE OVEN CAVITY AND PULL THROUGH THERMOSTAT REMOVED...
  • Page 57 F) TIMER FOLLOW STEP 2 REMOVE FACIA PANEL RELEASE TIMER FROM HOLDING CLIPS BY GENTLY PUSHING IN CLIPS WITH A SCREWDRIVER G) SELECTOR SWITCHES /REGULATORS FOLLOW STEP 2/3 AND REMOVE THE HOTPLATE AND FACIA PANEL REMOVE THE 2 SECURING SCREWS AND PULL THE SELEC- TOR SWITCH FROM THE APPLIANCE...
  • Page 58 H) IGNITION GENERATOR REMOVE THE IGNITION GENERATOR/TEMINAL BOX COVER REMOVE THE 2 X SECURING SCREWS DISCONNECT THE WIRING AND IGNITION LEADS...
  • Page 59 I) GRILL ELEMENT FOLLOW STEP 5 AND REMOVE THE REAR SERVICE PANEL DISCONNECT WIRES REMOVE GRILL ELEMENT GUARD BY LOOSENING 2 HIDDEN SCREWS (POSITIONS INDICATED ) AND SLIDING OFF REMOVE THE 2 SCREWS SECURING THE ELEMENT BRACKET TO THE CAVITY AND PULL THE ELEMENT FORWARD TO REMOVE...
  • Page 60 J) OVEN FAN ELEMENT FOLLOW STEP 5 AND REMOVE THE REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVE 4 X REAR FAN COVER SECURING SCREWS AND REMOVE THE FAN COVER DISCONNECT WIRING REMOVE THE 2 ELEMENT SECURING SCREWS AND PULL THE ELEMENT FORWARD INTO THE CAVITY K) OVEN LOWER ELEMENT FOLLOW STEP 5 AND REMOVE...
  • Page 61 L) OVEN STIR FAN FOLLOW STEP 5 AND REMOVE THE REAR SERVICE PANEL REMOVE THE REAR FAN COVER AS ON PREVIOUS PAGE REMOVE THE FAN IMPELLOR N.B L/H THREAD NEEDS TO TURNED CLOCKWISE TO REMOVE DISCONNECT WIRING FROM FAN REMOVE 3 X STIR FAN SECURING SCREWS AND REMOVE FAN FROM THE REAR OF THE APPLIANCE...
  • Page 62: Technical Specifications

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NOMINAL RESISTANCES AT 20oC *5,// (/(0(17 ,11(5   Ÿ : 287(5  Ÿ 29(1 /2:(5 (/(0(17  Ÿ : 29(1 )$1 (/(0(17  Ÿ : 0$,1 29(1 67,5 )$1  Ÿ &22/,1* )$1 NŸ THERMAL CUT-OUTS TOP....... L100°C REAR....
  • Page 63: Faultfinding Guides

    BELLING GOURMET 900DF FAULTFINDING GUIDES...
  • Page 64 Built-in Gas double oven Main oven not working Customer reports main oven not working – 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? Order micro switch Order Spark Can the customer...
  • Page 65 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 send engineer and top smell gas in the oven? spark? oven thermostat...
  • Page 66 Single Electric Cooker Main Fan oven not working Nothing working at all? Is the Timer working? Check fuse or supply turned on Is the clock set to manual? Is there a neon on the facia? Advise customer on setting the timer Send engineer with Is the neon on? Thermostat.
  • Page 67 Electric Multi function oven Main oven not working Nothing working at all? Is the Timer working? Check fuse or supply turned on Is the clock set to manual? Has the customer selected Advise customer on the correct function and set setting the timer Advise customer on how the thermostat?
  • Page 68 Faulty hood Ask customer to check fuse is Does any part of the hood work? SHOULD BE FITTED WITH 3AMP FUSE Is fuse OK? Fan motor not Lights not working? working? Advise customer to change fuse. Has the customer Fan motor only works changed the bulbs? on one of two speeds or does not work at all.
  • Page 69 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? Order micro switch Order Spark Can the customer...
  • Page 70 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 send engineer and top smell gas in the oven? spark? oven thermostat...
  • Page 71 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...
  • Page 72 Gas Hob Faulty ignition (Automatic ignition) Customer states no ignition to burner/s Is more than one burner affected? Can customer see a spark at the burner? Are all four burners affected Ask customer to clean and make sure burner skirt and cap are fitted correctly.
  • Page 73 Gas Hob Faulty ignition (Push button ignition) Customer states no ignition to burner/s Is more than one burner affected? Can customer see a spark at the burner? Are all four burners affected Has customer check Send engineer order electric supply to electrodes required and hob? possibly a spark generator...
  • Page 74 Gas hob with thermocouples Hob burner will not stay lit Burner won’t stay on when control knob released Is the customer keeping the control knob depressed for 10 secs. Advise customer control knob must be kept depressed for at least 10 secs Ask customer is the thermocouple probe is in the flame...
  • Page 75 Faulty ignition (Push button ignition) Customer states no ignition to burner/s Is more than one burner affected? Can customer see a spark at the burner? Are all four burners affected Has customer check Send engineer order electric supply to electrodes required and hob? possibly a spark generator Ask customer to clean...
  • Page 76 Faulty ignition (Automatic ignition) Customer states no ignition to burner/s Is more than one burner affected? Can customer see a spark at the burner? Are all four burners affected Ask customer to clean and make sure burner skirt and cap are fitted correctly.

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