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0 . BOHNHOFF Gewerbering 2 – 25469 Halstenbek .info@bohnhoff-hamburg.com .M.: +494101/37500.Germany Tel.com .BOHNHOFF HAMBURG 1875 Operation and Installation Instructions ELECTRIC RANGE WITH OVEN AUGUST F.bohnhoff-hamburg.Fax: +49 4101/ 37500-25 www.

...... 93/68 EEC) EN60335-1........3 2................................. 2............................. 1...................... EN61000-3-11 ................. 4 Declaration of compliance The model has been manufactured in accordance with the EU directive.............................. Low voltage directive (73/23 EEC............................ 3 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION..6 2. 2 TECHNICAL DATA............ EN55014-1.............................. 3 OVERALL DIMENSIONS............................ EN61000-3-3..............5 2.............................. EN60335-2-36/A2 EMC directive (89/336 EEC................. 3 MAINTENANCE ........................2 1......................................................... 2 INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INSTALLATION AND POSITIONING ......................... 2 CLEANING.......................................... EN50082-1............................................................ 3 POSITIONING .......2 2............................................1 2........................................ 3 SAFETY DEVICES.......... EN61000-3-2..................... EN60335-2-36...........7 INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER SETTING TO WORK....4 2...............................CONTENTS 1............3 2.............. 2 TURNING OFF IN CASE OF BREAKDOWN.................................. 92/31 EEC) EN50081-1.................................1 1....................

be carried out by qualified personnel according to the standards in force. 1. 1. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USER WARNING It is important that all the operations relative to installation and adjustment. for example iron wool. For periodical checks and any repairs consult only an authorised technical service centre and ask for original spare parts. and heat empty for about 2 hours increasing progressively to the maximum temperature in order to eliminate any odours of the internal insulation. Do not use products containing chlorine (sodium hydrochloride. The appliance is for specific professional use and must be used qualified personnel. 2 . Failure to observe the above can compromise the safety of the appliance. Do not clean up the oven when is hot. INSTALLATION AND SERVICE 2. efficient and safe installation and maintenance of the appliance.1. The appliance is not to be cleaned with water jet.1 SETTING TO WORK Connect the supply by means of the switch placed upstream from the appliance. Keep this booklet in a safe place for any further consultation. This installation manual must be used together with the installation drawing of the appliance.1 INSTALLATION AND POSITIONING Read carefully the instructions in this manual as it contains important information regarding proper.3 TURNING OFF IN CASE OF BREAKDOWN In case of breakdown deactivate the switch placed upstream to the appliance. 2.2 CLEANING Never clean with a water jet. heat the oven well in order to obtain more even cooking. Operate the knobs rotating clockwise and set the desired temperature and position. The specific instructions are described in the chapter reserved for the installer. This appliance is only for the use for which it was deviced. Before inserting the food. Do not employ corrosive detergents or means that could damage in some way the surface of the appliance as. Consult a qualified technical service centre authorised by the manufacturer. 1. hydrochlore acid) to clean. For the first use of the appliance is recommended to clean the metal party of the oven with soap. The installation must be carried out in the manufacturer’s instructions and local regulations. for cooking food only. THE CONNECTION OF THE APPLIANCE TO THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY QUALIFIED PERSONEL ONLY.

In each case a minimum distance of 20cm has to be kept from inflammable walls. The appliance must be installed in horizontal position. this removes it with a suitable solvent. which can be obtained by regulating the 4 adjustable feet.2 TECHNICAL DATA They are stated in the technical characteristics chapter . Before caring out the connection make sure that the voltage frequency and power correspond to that state on the data plate placed on the appliance. 2.3 OVERALL DIMENSIONS Before positioning the appliance check the overall dimensions and the exact position of the connections. 2.4 POSITIONING The appliance must be positioned in order to allow the electrical connection and maintenance. on the lower part at right and contains all specifications necessary for the installation. The supply voltage when the appliance is in operation must not differ from the nominal voltage value by +/. Oven and door from stainless steel and isolated mitre a thick layer of glass wool with aluminium.6 SAFETY DEVICES The appliance is equipped with thermostat for the ovens.The data plate is riveted on the front of the unit. Subject the appliance (at least once per year) to a total check by a specialised technician. We advice you to put the unit under a hood to guaranty a quick aspiration of the fumes.5 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION The connection to the electrical supply network must be done according to the standards in force. 2. WARNING Remove the protective film from the external walls of the appliance. Observe the technical data for installation and use. 2. carefully in order to avoid glue residue from remaining. This switch must disconnect the appliance completely from the electrical supply network. The appliance must be connected to the ground line of the network. Upstream from the appliance place an omnipolar switch that is easily accessible after the installation. 3 . The yellow/green ground conductor must be interrupted by the switch. The appliance may be installed alone or in group with other appliances. If there remains some. 2. whose contacts have a minimum opening distance of 3mm. The components that need ordinary maintenance are accessible by removing the control panel. sized for the charge and corresponding to the standards in force.10%.

They reserve the right to effect any product changes considered necessary or beneficial without detracting from fundamental product features. The components which need ordinary maintenance are accessible by removing control panel. contact authorised service personnel using original spare parts for service of the appliance.2. If the appliance according to the installation instructions is fitted with a main switch. The manufacturer refuse all responsibility for inaccuracies resulting from printing errors in these instructions. 4 . it is done by turning the main switch in the O position. At least once per year check the appliance by a specialised technician. If not the circuit breakers (fuses) of the appliance must be detached.7 MAINTENANCE Switch of the appliance if it is damaged or malfunctioning. IF THE ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS ARE NEGLECTED THE SAFETY OF THE APPLIANCE AND THE SERVICE WORK MAY BE JEOPARDIZED. Whenever it is possible the appliance should be disconnected from the electrical supply network before starting the service work.

the different cooking processes are performed in steady conditions at temperatures which reach i.e. oil sieves. For gas-fired equipment there must be a sufficient quantity of primary air for combustion. The cleaning is accomplished through mechanical elements (water finely distributed at high speed). Do not clean heavy-duty kitchen appliances with high-pressure equipment or water jets.The floor which is directly in front. aggressive and abrasive) and heat (temperature). in this way the functional security of the equipment is undermined. which present a limited temperature stability. But. To avoid troubles and to guarantee long life to the equipment. installation elements. heating elements and gas fittings.Recommendations for the use of high-pressure cleaners in cleaning heavy-duty kitchen appliances These recommendations are valid either for movable high-pressure cleaners or for fixed equipment used to clean appliances at high speed by means of water and/or steam spray hoses as well as with the help of deter-gents. grids. chemical agents (detergents. Cleaning heavy-duty kitchen appliances connected to a power supply network with water jets is not allowed. Notes: Even the total turn-off of the equipment does not exclude this dangerous situation since the electrical connection to the terminal board can generate tension. In the compact housings beside the cooking cabinets. These openings cannot be protected from the spraying nozzle of high-pressure water equipment or water hose. Often with the use some damages appear because the water jet enters in every opening. water cannot infiltrate. if present. there are safety and control regulation devices. Why? For a thorough cleaning at high pressure (and also for the subsequent disinfection) some methods are employed that produce high-pressure and pulverise detergents. If presently heavy-duty kitchen appliances are cleaned this way. These are usually located in such a way that with normal cleaning. due to humidity infiltration.Loose pieces too dirty such as baking grates. these elements have to be ventilated even if they are well insulated. is activated. the installation sites. For this reason the ventilation holes and other openings are necessary. Experience has shown that not only these parts are cleaned like that. The current European regulations for heavy-duty kitchen appliances clearly state: Equipment which is not built waterproof meaning protected against water dripping. It is also possible to differentiate and to allow spraying inside the pan of a kettle or a tilting brat-pan. The user must responsibly observe these recommendations in accordance with the current European regulations. Why do we not build waterproof equipment? Heavy-duty kitchen appliances cannot be built waterproof. This is a danger for users who usually are standing on wet or humid floors. but also the covering panels. combustion chambers and others. The differential switch. This is especially valid for electrically heated equipment or those with an electrical connection. Also. removable rack cassettes need to be cleaned out of the appliances in a cleaning booth furnished with covering or paving tiles. In addition. malfunctioning when turning on the equipment may occur.300° C for baking ovens. which allows to reach every corner and hidden angle. 100° C for boiling pans. 250° C for convection ovens. rusting occurs on the pipework. water jets or water hosing may not be cleaned with water jets such as water hoses and high-pressure cleaning equipment. . also through water jet cleaning (usage of water hose) depending on the water pressure level. water enters into the housing through the junctions and dampens the electrical parts as well. near or behind the appliance is to be cleaned in a traditional way which means without water hose or high-pressure equipment. Liquid detergents are electrical conductors consequently forming a ground contact. but are protected against water jets (IPX4) and water hosing (IPX5) due to the following reasons: With heavy-duty kitchen appliances. a big quantity of water at high speed is sprayed on the equipment. 110° C for steam ovens. Damages due to corrosion If the cleaning detergents infiltrate in the inner parts of the equipment. Cleaning recommendations It is recommended to observe the cleaning procedures described in the relevant instructions for use and maintenance which are delivered together with the equipment. In general it is to observe: . .