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AUS
COOKER
English, 1
AUS
CPDO 110 AUS
CPDO 110X AUS
Contents
Features, 2
Safety Warnings, 3-4
Installation, 5-8
Compliance with standards
Ventilation
Electrical Connection
Gas Connection
Gas Type Conversion
Adjust turn down setting
Post Installation Checks
Control Panel, 9
Using The Cooktop, 10-11
Controlling the burners
Lighting the burners
Controlling the flame height
Double Crown Double Ring Burner
To turn off the burner
Lighting the burners for the first time
Cookware
Reduction grids
Using The Ovens, 12
Practical Cooking Tips
Cooking Modes - 1st Oven, 13
Cooking Modes - 2nd Oven, 14
Electronic Clock & Automatic Cooking
Feature, 15-16
1st Oven - The Intelligent Cooking
System, 17-20
Care And Cleaning, 21-22
Cooking Results Not Satisfactory, 23
Troubleshooting, 24
Technical Specifications, 25
Service Details, 26
Installer - Ensure you test the operation of the
cooker before leaving.
Please ensure these instructions remain with the
consumer.
Operating, Care and
Installation Instructions
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Page 1 - Installation Instructions

AUSCOOKEREnglish, 1AUSCPDO 110 AUSCPDO 110X AUSContentsFeatures, 2Safety Warnings, 3-4Installation, 5-8Compliance with standardsVentilationElectric

Page 2 - Features

10AUSUsing The CooktopControlling the burnersEach control knob is marked to indicate whichburner it controls. Each control knob also hasmarkings to i

Page 3 - Safety Warnings

AUS11 Small pots can be used on the inner ring of thedouble crown double ring burner.Reduction gridsSome models are equipped with a reduction grid to

Page 4

12AUSUsing The OvensPractical Cooking TipsA temperature value can be set for all cookingmodes between 60°C and Max, except for thefollowing: GRILL:

Page 5 - Installation

AUS13The Cooking Modes in yourCooker (1st OVEN)Your new cooker is equipped with a number ofdifferent cooking modes: Fan Oven- the fan oven operates

Page 6 - Gas Connection

14AUSThe Cooking Modes in yourCooker (2nd OVEN)NOTE: A temperature value can be set for allcooking modes between 50°C and Max, except forthe followin

Page 7 - Post Installation Checks

AUS15When you first switch on the appliance you will beprompted to set the Time of Day on the display.You must ensure you have done this beforeatt

Page 8

16AUSElectronic Clock &Automatic Cooking FeatureAUTO COOKIN TIMERThere are two Auto Cooking programmes for the 1stoven, that can be selected u

Page 9 - Control Panel

AUS17The main oven of your new cooker is equipped withan intelligent electronic cooking system that givesyou additional cooking performance,

Page 10 - Using The Cooktop

18AUS1st Oven - The IntelligentCooking System

Page 11 - Reduction grids

AUS191st Oven - The IntelligentCooking System

Page 12 - Using The Ovens

2AUSFeatures1650W1000W1650W4100W+900W3000WCONTROLPANEL2nd OVENCompartementopeningAdjustablefeet1nd OVEN

Page 13 - Cooker (1st OVEN)

20AUS1st Oven - The IntelligentCooking System

Page 14 - Cooker (2nd OVEN)

AUS21DO NOT TOUCH HOT SURFACES, ALLOWCOOKTOP AND ALL OVEN SURFACES TO COOLCOMPLETELY BEFORE CLEANING.Cleaning The Cooktop Always wipe spills up whe

Page 15 - Electronic Clock &

22AUS Warning: Oven must not be operated with innerdoor glass removed. Take care during cleaning not to damage or distortthe door seals. Do not li

Page 16

AUS23Cooking ResultsNot SatisfactoryProblem CheckFat splattering Ensure that the grill is not set to too high a temperature.Oven BakingUneven rising o

Page 17 - Cooking System

24AUSTroubleshootingBefore contacting your nearest Service Centre/Installer, check the problem guide below; there may be nothingwrong with your cooker

Page 18

AUS25TechnicalSpecificationsBurner Injector Size Nominal Consumption / Burner Injector Size Nominal Consumption / Burner Natural Gas 1.0 kPa Pro

Page 19

26AUSService DetailsTo check or replace the ignition moduleElectrical componentry and the electronic ignitionpack are primarily located at the rear o

Page 20

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Page 21 - Care and maintenance

28AUS05/2009 - 195075017.00XEROX FABRIANO

Page 22

AUS3Safety Warnings This appliance has been designed and manufacturedin compliance with Australian and international safetystandards. The following

Page 23 - Not Satisfactory

4AUSMaintenance Warnings DO NOT MODIFY THIS APPLIANCE. Keep the appliance clean, as a build up of greaseor fat from cooking can cause a fire. The

Page 24 - Troubleshooting

AUS5These instructions have been prepared for use byauthorised persons. This unit must only be installedby an authorised person.Remove all p

Page 25 - Specifications

6AUSElectrical Connection The electrical supply for the cooktop must be 240Volt 50 Hz. The fuse and electrical wiring of the home/premises must su

Page 26 - Service Details

AUS7Duplicate Data PlateWhere the data plate is obscured by cabinetry whenthe cooker is in the installed position, place aduplicate data plate on a su

Page 27

8AUSLow flame settingCheck the low flame setting for each hob burner toensure that the minimum flame will not beextinguished by air draughts. Ligh

Page 28 - XEROX FABRIANO

AUS9Control PanelThermostatKnob (1st Oven)1st Oven 2nd OvenSelectorKnob (1st Oven)ThermostatKnob (2nd Oven)SelectorKnob (2nd Oven)1st OvenLightTime /M

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