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Belling IHTK60 Users Manual & Installation Handbook

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Users Guide & Installation
Handbook
Belling IHTK60
UK AU
Part No 083364400 Date 22/07/2014

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  • Page 1 Users Guide & Installation Handbook Belling IHTK60 UK AU Part No 083364400 Date 22/07/2014...
  • Page 2 BELLING GUARANTEE REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT Please ensure that you have available (UK/IE) your appliance model number and serial...
  • Page 3 CONTENTS & INTRODUCTION BEFORE USING THE HOB Make sure that you have removed all packaging, wrappings, stickers and films from the hob surface. It is recommended that you clean and wash the hob surface before using for the first time. Apply a thin coat of ceramic hob cleaner to the hob to help maintain and protect it.
  • Page 4 SAFETY appliance. Cleaning and BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT Make sure that you have removed all user maintenance shall packaging and wrapping. Some of the not be made by children items inside this appliance may have additional wrapping. without supervision. GENERAL WARNING! - WARNING! - The Unattended cooking on...
  • Page 5 SAFETY during use, as this will correctly fitted. seriously affect the WARNING! - There is safety and performance, a risk of electric shock, particularly in relation so always make sure to surface temperatures you have turned off becoming hot and gas and unplugged your operated parts not appliance before...
  • Page 6 SAFETY NEVER try to extinguish do not rely upon the a fire with water, but automatic pan detection switch off the appliance system as your means and then cover flame of switching “off” the e.g. with a lid or a damp appliance. cloth. This induction hob Danger of fire: do not complies with the store items on the applicable EMC and EMF...
  • Page 7 SAFETY only. It must not be used If you use a griddle plate for other purposes, for ensure it is completely example room heating. cool before attempting to lift it from the hob as Induction Hob residual heat may cause burns, Always use oven Parts of the appliance gloves to protect your...
  • Page 8 SAFETY Keep electrical leads oil can be dangerous and may result in a fire. NEVER try to extinguish a fire with from trailing over or water, but switch off the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid or a fire going near the hob. blanket. The appliance must WARNING - If a pan catches fire: •...
  • Page 9 SAFETY Old Appliances The Symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it should be taken to the appli- cable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. You will by ensuring the appliance is cor- rectly disposed of help prevent potential negative consequences for the environ-...
  • Page 10: Using The Hob

    USING THE HOB Touch Control simultaneously at a touch of a key. The touch controls for your induction hob have been designed to provide you with To switch on the hob finger tip control of your hob, providing The hob is switched On by touching the accurate and repeatable power settings “ON/OFF”...
  • Page 11: Minute Minder

    USING THE HOB Power Boost begins counting down. Temporarily boost the power to the front You can now use the hob as normal. left and rear right cook zones by approx If the hob is turned off then minute 15% ‘P’. The zones can be boosted for a minder operation is shown by flashing period of up to 5 minutes.
  • Page 12 USING THE HOB play the timer for the required cook zone (the active cook zone times are cycled clockwise). The stationary dot in the cook zone display will flash when the timer is displayed for that Set the timer by pressing the up (+) zone. and down (-) keys. Pressing down If the minute minder has also been (-) first sets the timer to 30 minutes.
  • Page 13: Induction Hobs

    USING THE HOB cook zone again. (L should appear in Unsuitable Cookware all the cook zone displays). Pots made of copper, stainless steel, Switch off the hob. aluminium, oven proof glass, wood, ceramic and terracotta When you now switch on the hob “L” will appear in all the cook zone displays.
  • Page 14 USING THE HOB gas and ceramic. left (with pan) on for an extended period This helps reduce the risk of fire through of time, see maximum running times any misuse of the hob. below. Maximum Approx Glass Intelligent hob Power Level Operation Time Surface saftey system hours Temperature 225ºC Cooking zone...
  • Page 15: Troubleshooting

    USING THE HOB The pacemaker must be designed in compliance with the appropriate regulations. Troubleshooting If you encounter a problem, it is often something minor, please read some of the suggested tips below. The hob produces a smell the first few This is normal - Heat a pan full of water times it is used on each zone for half an hour.
  • Page 16 USING THE HOB Error Codes Appliance Fault Description Action Errors ER03 and Continuous button actua- permanent tion; control switches off Clean the user interface. tone after 10 s Over temperature Allow system to cool 1. This error is reset after 30 s; the 1.
  • Page 17 CLEANING ELECTRIC HOB • Scratches or dark stains on the ce- ramic glass that cannot be removed Ceramic glass hobs do not affect the function of the appliance. • The ceramic hob top can be cleaned using a clean, damp cloth or kitchen Safety when Cleaning paper.
  • Page 18: General Information

    INSTALLATION ABOVE AN OVEN INSTALLATION General information • We recommend that you install this Worktop appliance in a work top which is a Installation should only be carried out by minimum 38mm deep. a qualified installer or engineer. 25mm • The hob can be fitted into a work top Oven less than 38mm deep, but the 20mm Please keep to the following points most- gap between hob base and appliance carefully;...
  • Page 19 INSTALLATION Clearances and dimensions – re- rear wall quirements 50 mm No shelf or overhang of combus- tible material should be closer than 650mm above the hob. There must be a minimum clearance of 50mm between the edges of the hob and any side walls;...
  • Page 20 INSTALLATION Protecting the cut-out; Recessed Method (selected models) The types of chipboard used for work Recess the work top to the appropriate surfaces swell relatively quickly in contact depth (Approx 5mm) and shape to fit the with humidity. hob (add 1mm to overall glass size. Apply a special varnish or adhesive to Apply the self adhesive seal to the the cut edge to protect it from steam or underside of the hob glass.
  • Page 21 INSTALLATION Fixing Brackets FIXING POINTS Installation advice - cabinetry Dealing with sides, cross-rails and back-panels in cabinetry Depending on the cabinets, the worktop thickness and the hob positioning, it is possible for the hob base and/or the clamp brackets to interfere with parts of the cabinet.
  • Page 22 INSTALLATION Connect to the electricity supply Wire Colour Connect to: (For Fixed Wiring only) Live Brown Warning: This appliance must be earthed. Neutral Blue Earth Yellow/ The hob must be installed by a competent green electrician, using a suitable double pole control unit, with 3mm minimum contact separation at all poles.
  • Page 23: Technical Data

    TECHNICAL DATA Technical Data Electrical Supply 220 ~ 240 50Hz Total Power Rating @ 220 - 240V ~ 50Hz (kW) Hob Details Normal Power Power Boost Cook Zone Rating kW Rating kW LH Front 1.85 LH Rear RH Rear 1.85 RH Front Hob Dimensions (W x D x H) mm 590 x 520 x 54...
  • Page 24 CUSTOMER CARE (UK/IE CUSTOMERS ONLY) CUSTOMER CARE WEB SHOP range of Bake ware and Cookware essen- tials including Roasting Pans, Cake Tins Having purchased a superior cooker, hob and Non-Stick Cooking Liners. or hood from us, you’ll naturally want to keep it looking great.
  • Page 25 Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.
  • Page 26 Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.
  • Page 27 Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.
  • Page 28 Always check the instruction book before contacting us to make sure you have not missed anything. Destination Contact Address Contact Details UK/IE Glen Dimplx Home Appliances Ph: 0844 815 3746 Web: www.belling.co.uk Stoney Lane Prescot Webshop: www.gdhaonline.co.uk Merseyside L35 2XW Glen Dimplex Australia PTY LTD Ph: 1300 556 816...

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