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Range Electric Induction UK
Part No 082759701 Date 12/12/2011

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  • Page 1 Users Guide & Installation Handbook Belling Range Electric Induction UK Part No 082759701 Date 12/12/2011...
  • Page 2 CONTENTS & INTRODUCTION CONTENTS WARRANTY • SAFETY Your new appliance comes with our 12-month guarantee, protecting you • USING THE PRODUCT against electrical and mechanical • CLEANING breakdown. To register your appliance please call 0844 481 0182, complete • INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS the registration form included or register •...
  • Page 3 SAFETY Cleaning and maintenance shall BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT not be made by children with- Make sure that you have removed all packaging and wrapping. Some of the out supervision. items inside this appliance may have ad- WARNING:- Servicing should ditional wrapping.
  • Page 4: The Appliance

    SAFETY ity of electric shock and call for a service engineer’s visit. Do Not • Never place items on the door while Metallic objects such as knives, it is open. forks, spoons and lids should • Never wrap foil around the oven not be placed on the hob sur- shelves or allow foil to block the flue.
  • Page 5 SAFETY cannot be knocked or grabbed. area, as this may lead to it becoming damaged. • Always use pans which are no smaller than 100mm (4”), or no larger than • Never put metal cooking utensils, 250mm (10”). cutlery, knives or other metal objects on the hob. They could become hot •...
  • Page 6 SAFETY • Never leave any cook zone on without extinguisher a pan covering it. This causes a fire • Remember: never use water on an hazard. electrical or cooking oil fire. FIRE SAFETY ADVICE Most kitchen fires occur when people are distracted or leave things unattended, so remember: If you’re called away from the cooker - by the phone or someone at the door, either take pans off the heat, or switch off your hob.
  • Page 7 SAFETY BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT Do Not • Make sure that you have removed all packaging and wrapping. Some of the • Never place items on the door while items inside this appliance may have it is open. additional wrapping. •...
  • Page 8 SAFETY NDUCTION HOB Keep electrical leads from trail- Parts of the appliance may become hot ing over or going near the hob. while in use. Always make sure that chil- dren are supervised when they are near to the appliance. WARNING:- Metallic objects Always position pans over the centre of such as knives, forks, spoons...
  • Page 9 SAFETY WARNING:- Ensure you switch off the appropriate cook zone individually or by the cen- tral on/off key when you have finished cooking, do not rely upon the automatic pan detec- tion system as your means of switching “off” the appliance. The appliance must never be disconnected from the mains supply during use as this will seriously affect the safety and...
  • Page 10 USING THE HOB - INDUCTION ABOUT THE INDUCTION HOB • Pots made of multi-layer stainless steel, rustproof ferrite steel or alum- The induction hob provides the most nium with a special base energy efficient hob technology available. The induction system provides superior • Pans marked ‘for use with induction’ heat up and cool down times for pans - Unsuitable cookware for induction you get fast, precise, repeatable power...
  • Page 11 USING THE HOB - INDUCTION Feature Symbol Description Induction power is the most energy efficient means of Eco Power cooking food on a hob, providing fast heat up and boiling times Slide your finger along the graphic or simply touch the Slide Control graphic at the power level you require Digital Display Secret till “lit” hob display No.
  • Page 12 USING THE HOB - INDUCTION Basic Hob Function when you have unexpected interruptions and you are unable to supervise the • Turn on the hob by touching the ON/ cooking on the induction hob. OFF button (if a cooking zone is not selected within 20 seconds, the hob •...
  • Page 13: Minute Minder

    USING THE HOB - INDUCTION Maximum Normal Max Boosted Power Permissible Cook Zone Power (9) kW Setting on Paired Zone 9 (LHR) 2.00 8 (LHR) 8 (RHR) 6 (RHF) When the time is up. Note The Power Boost function will only operate for a limited time and is also •...
  • Page 14 USING THE HOB - INDUCTION WARNING: matically turn off, (The cook zone will display H if the surface is hot). Never leave the hob unattended • Touch any control to stop the beep- when in use, even when you have ing. set the timer to turn off the cook Additional timer information zone.
  • Page 15 USING THE HOB - INDUCTION Pan Sizes Smallest Cook Zone Recommended Pan Diameter 145 mm 145 mm 180 mm 145 mm Residual Heat indicators If when the cook zone is switched off the glass surface is above 60°C , H will be dis- played in the cook zone display until the glass surface drops below approx 55°C.
  • Page 16 USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC BEFORE YOU START GRILLING..To attach the handle: Before you use the grill, make sure you Place the handle over the narrow edge have placed the grill shelf in the posi- of the grill pan and slide to the centre as tion you need as once the grill is on you shown in the diagrams.
  • Page 17 USING THE GRILL - ELECTRIC As with any cooking guide, all Please note: the grill pan handle times are approximate and can is designed for sliding the grill pan be adjusted to suit personal into and out of the grill cavity. It is taste. not to be used for lifting the pan Time Approx Food Type (mins)
  • Page 18: Shelf Positions

    USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC (if fitted) When you are cooking keep children If you are not preheating the oven, the away from the vicinity of the oven. cooking times in the following guide may need to be extended, as they are based Caution: The top element gets extremely on a preheated oven.
  • Page 19 USING THE TOP OVEN - ELECTRIC (if fitted) TOP OVEN BAKING GUIDE Cooking temperatures Cooking times The temperature settings and time given in the Baking Guides are based on dishes These times are based on cooking in a made with block margarine. If soft tub preheated oven.
  • Page 20: Conventional Oven

    USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC Accessible parts may be hot when Manual Operation (fanned only) the oven is used. Young children The programmer must be set to manual should be kept away. operation before the main oven can be used. If A (Auto) is on the programmer display, return the oven to manual by To switch on the oven...
  • Page 21 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC Slow cooking ( Setting or 100°C) This makes it ideal for batch baking - eg; when planning a party as all the items will • Make sure that frozen foods are thor- be cooked within the same length of time. oughly thawed before cooking.
  • Page 22 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC There is no need to interchange dishes Be safe onto different shelves part way through Do not defrost stuffed poultry using this cooking, as with a conventional oven. method. To help the air circulate freely Do not defrost larger joints of meat and Position the shelves evenly within the poultry over 2kg/4lb using this method.
  • Page 23 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC Note: this is a high efficiency oven, there- conventional temperatures need to be fore some adjustment will have to be converted to ‘A’ efficiency temperatures. made to conventional cooking tempera- For example, an item which would nor- tures. The table below shows conven- mally cook at a conventional temperature tional cooking temperatures, ‘A’ efficiency of 180 °C, will now cook at the ‘A’...
  • Page 24 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC 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 25 USING THE MAIN OVEN - ELECTRIC Roasting guide Notes: The times given in the roasting guide • When cooking stuffed meat or poultry are only approximate, because the size calculate the cooking time from the and age of the bird will influence cooking total weight of the meat plus the times as will the shape of a joint and the stuffing.
  • Page 26 USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION MULTIFUNCTION OVEN (IF FITTED) FANNED OVEN (IF FITTED) The multifunction oven may be controlled Switching on the fanned oven by the programmer (see The Program- • Use the main oven control to turn mer/Clock for details). your oven on, and select your tem- The programmer, if fitted must be set to perature.
  • Page 27: Oven Cavity

    USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION Oven & Grill Functions Oven & Grill Functions Oven & Grill Functions Oven & Grill Functions Oven & Grill Functions Oven & Grill Functions Oven & Grill Functions Oven & Grill Functions Oven & Grill Functions Oven &...
  • Page 28 USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION Before you start grilling..Before you use the grill, make sure you Warning: Accessible parts may have placed the grill shelf in the posi- become hot when the grill is in use. tion you need as once the grill is on you Children should be kept away.
  • Page 29 USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION Fanned oven guide • When cooking chilled or frozen foods, use the recommended cooking times • Some adjustment will have to be and temperature on the packaging. made to conventional cooking tem- Always make sure the food is piping peratures.
  • Page 30: Oven Shelves

    USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION COOKING GUIDE OVEN FURNITURE Pre-heating Oven shelves To get the best results from your oven, The oven shelf must be positioned with Pre-heating Pre-heating Pre-heating we recommend pre-heating for around 5 the upstand at the rear of the oven and To get the best results from your oven, we recommend To get the best results from your oven, we recommend To get the best results from your oven, we recommend...
  • Page 31 USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION Roasting Guide • Use of a trivet with the roasting tin will reduce fat splashing during open • Roasting times depend on the weight, roasting, and will help to keep the shape and texture of the meat and oven interior clean.
  • Page 32 USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION Roasting Guide Turkey Roasting times. Roast turkey Most Turkeys are measured by the kilogram. Timing should be calculated • Roasting turkey perfectly involves in either of these ways: cooking two different types of meat - the delicate light breast meat, which 40 minutes per 1kg plus 10 minutes must not be allowed to dry out, and per 1/4 kg.
  • Page 33 USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION General Baking Guide Trouble-shooting - fruit cakes PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE Low oven temperature which may cause the cake to take longer to set, allowing the fruit to sink. Or, Fruit sinking to the bottom too much liquid, or raising agent. The fruit may not have been properly washed and dried.
  • Page 34 USING THE OVEN/GRILL - MULTI-FUNCTION Cooling and 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 35 USING THE PLATE RACK (IF SUPPLIED) To fit the plate rack: • Pull the shelf out of the cavity. • Tilt the plate warmer towards you and make sure that it hooks under- neath the shelf bars at the front. •...
  • Page 36 USING THE OVEN - SLOW COOK (if fitted) Introduction be used over direct heat and for oven cooking,and are sufficiently attractive to One of your oven compartments is an use as serving dishes. electric oven which provides a gentle heat suitable for slow cooking or keeping food Keeping food warm warm.
  • Page 37 USING THE OVEN - SLOW COOK (if fitted) The advantages of slow cooking are well thawed out. as follows: • Always ensure that frozen poultry has • Food can be left to cook unattended thoroughly defrosted in a refrigerator for several hours and will keep hot for and all ice crystals have melted.
  • Page 38 USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC THE ALTERNATIVE PROGRAMMERS There are two types of programmer cov- ered in this section - push button & touch control. Both programmers have the same symbol variants & functions but may vary in their method of operation. Symbols on the LED display.
  • Page 39: Setting The Minute Minder

    USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC Setting the minute minder you are asked to enter in an end time, or when you would like the oven to switch itself off. To set the time of day • To set the Minute Minder, press the Function button once.
  • Page 40 USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC Semi-automatic cooking For the instructions on how to use both of these functions, please see the following There are two types of semi automatic page. cooking available on this appliance. Fully automatic cooking The oven must be switched on, and in use to use either of these functions success- This function incorporates both a duration fully.
  • Page 41 USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC SEMI-AUTOMATIC COOKING The duration method • Press the Function button twice,(1) which will skip past the Minute Minder. • The LED display will flash the word ‘dur’, (2) and the ‘A’ will flash on the left hand side of the display. • Use the Up and Down buttons to set the length of time you want to cook for.(3) This must be done within 5 seconds or the time of day will show again.
  • Page 42 USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC FULLY AUTOMATIC COOKING (EX- AMPLE) This programming method is best suited for when a delayed start time is required. Unlike the semi automatic methods this requires both the duration and the end time to be entered. The timer will work out the start time and begin cooking.
  • Page 43 USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC The touch control programmer The ‘function’ icon in the centre is used for setting the minute minder & setting up the There are three touch control icons for automatic cooking - see below for details. this timer - the table below shows you what the symbols look like, depending on the model type, &...
  • Page 44 USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC Setting the time of day Semi-automatic cooking Touch & hold the centre (function) icon for Method 1 - duration (switch off after a few seconds until the ● symbol between set time period): the numbers on the LED display flashes. Touch & hold the centre (function) icon; While the ● symbol is flashing, you can the bell will flash & you will hear a beep. adjust the time of day by touching the Touch the centre (function) icon again plus & minus icons. Please note: the hours - this will skip past the minute minder &...
  • Page 45 USING THE CLOCK/PROGRAMMER - ELECTRIC Use the plus & minus icons to select the To cancel the automatic programme at time the oven is required to switch off. any time, touch the plus & minus icons together. Once this is done the oven will switch itself off at the pre-selected time.
  • Page 46 USING THE MINUTE MINDER (IF FITTED) ELECTRONIC MINUTE MINDER Setting the minute minder • Press and release the plus button to change the display from clock to min- ute minder - the bell symbol will light. • Use the plus and minus buttons to set the length of time before the alarm tone will sound.
  • Page 47 CLEANING General • Some foods are corrosive eg; vinegar, fruit juices and especially salt - they • It is important to clean the product can mark or damage the metal if they regularly as a build up of fat can af- are left on the surface.
  • Page 48 CLEANING REMOVING OVEN PARTS FOR Shelf Runners CLEANING • Shelf runners can be removed to Inner Door Glass enable you to clean them thoroughly. Make sure they are cool to touch and • The inner door glass panel can be then grasp the runners and slide out removed for cleaning but it must be of their hanging holes.
  • Page 49 CLEANING TELESCOPIC SHELVING SYSTEM To remove the telescopic shelves (if fitted) • Make sure the shelf is cool enough to • In addition to the traditional shelving touch. fitted in your appliance, the tele- • Push the oven shelf back into the scopic shelving system is fitted in the cavity, until it hits the stop position. most commonly used location in your cavity.
  • Page 50 CLEANING ELECTRIC HOB • You can restore the hotplates by us- ing a solid plate cleaner but take care Ceramic glass hobs to avoid the red spots on elements. • The ceramic hob top can be cleaned • To prime: Switch on each element in using a clean, damp cloth or kitchen turn for a short while (with no pan on paper.
  • Page 51 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC Moving the cooker Take care if the appliance needs to be lifted during installation - always use an appropriate method of lifting. Do not attempt to move the cooker by pulling on the doors or handles. Open the door and grasp the frame of the cooker, taking care that the door does not shut on your fingers.
  • Page 52 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC Clearances • If your appliance has a side opening door, we recommend a side clear- This cooker may be fitted flush to the ance of 60mm to allow the oven door base units of your kitchen. to fully open. • No shelf, overhang, cupboard, or •...
  • Page 53 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC Fitting the plinth (if applicable) • Ensure the appliance is raised to a height of 915mm or above using adjusting feet (A) before beginning. • Open the appliance doors and loosen screw (C), do not remove the screw entirely. If your appliance has a stor- age drawer at the bottom, you access thescrews through holes located at the base of the drawer after lifting the mat.
  • Page 54 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS RANGE ELECTRIC CONNECTING THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY - TERMINAL BLOCK • This appliance must be fitted to a switch providing all pole disconnec- tion with a minimum contact separa- tion of 3mm • Access to the mains terminal is gained by removing the terminal block cover at the rear of the appli- ance.
  • Page 55: Technical Data

    TECHNICAL DATA Induction Hob kW Rating @ 240v Left Front 1.4kW Left Back 1.4kW Boost to 2.0kW Right Front 1.9kW Boost to 2.3kW Right Back 1.4kW Size - 240V ~ 50 Hz Appliance (DB4 or Classic) DB4 & Classic 14.03kW - 14.65kW...
  • Page 56: Customer Care

    CUSTOMER CARE FAQs duce condensation when the oven is cooling down with food inside. What parts of the appliance can be washed in a dishwasher? Should the cooling fan continue to run once the appliance has been • Any enamelled parts such as the grill- switched off? pan can be cleaned in a dishwasher, as can oven shelves and shelf guides.
  • Page 57 CUSTOMER CARE 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. And who better to For all enquires, please visit our Web Shop at www.gdhaonline.co.uk or help you care for it than the manufac-...
  • Page 58 CUSTOMER CARE 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 59 Please keep this handbook for future reference, or for anyone else who may use the appliance.
  • Page 60 CUSTOMER CARE In case of difficulty within the UK, please call Belling Customer Care Helpline on 0844 815 3746 Alternatively general, spares and service information is available from our website at www.belling.co.uk Please ensure that you have the product’s model no and serial no available when you call. These can be found on the silver data label on your product which is located: Ovens Open the door; adjacent to the oven cavity...

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