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VG 232 AU
FOR YOUR SAFETY Page 2 Warnings Page 3 Preface Page 4 1. Important notes Page 5-6 1.1 For your safety Page 5 1.2 Operating for the first time Page 5 1.3 About use Page 6 2. Structure and operating principle Page 7-8 2.1 Structure Page 7 2.2 Special accessories Page 7 2.3 Operating principle Page 8 3. Operation Page 9 4. Cleaning and care Page 10 5. Maintenance Page 11 5.1 General Page 11 5.2 Remedying slight malfunctions yourself Page 11 6. Technical data / Settings table Page 12 7. Assembly instructions Page 13-18 7.1 Important notes Page 13 7.2 Electrical connection/gas connection Page 14-15 7.3 Nozzle replacement Page 16-17 7.4 Installing the appliance Page 18
FOR YOUR SAFETY
WARNING: If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or death. Do not store articles on or against this appliance Do not use or store flammable materials near this appliance Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this appliance while it is in operation.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS: Do not try to light any appliance. Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building. Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbors phone. Follow the gas suppliers instructions. If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department. Installation and service must be performed by an authorised person.
1. Do not allow the flame to extend beyond the edge of the cooking utensil. This instruction is based on safety considerations. 2. Do not forget that the unit becomes hot when in use. Common sense is important. Just because the flame is out, it does not mean parts still cannot be hot. 3. This appliance shall not be used for space heating. This instruction is based on safety considerations. 4. Be sure to disconnect the electrical supply before disassembly of the appliance. 5. Keep the appliance area clear and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable vapors and liquids. 6. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air. 7. Cabinets installed above the gas cooktop must have a minimum clearance of 600 mm (24). 8. The gas pressure regulator supplied with the appliance must be installed in line with the gas pipe. 9. The appliance and its individual shutoff valve must be disconnected from the gas supply piping system during any pressure testing of the system at test pressures in excess of 3.5 kPa (1/2 psig). The appliance must be isolated from the gas supply piping system by closing its individual manual shutoff valve during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test pressures equal to or less than 3.5 kPa (1/2 psig). 10.Important: When using a very large pot, leave a gap of at least 50 mm (2") to avoid damaging any parts in counter top wood, plastic or other non-heatresistant materials. Never leave oil or hot fat unattended. 3 Note: To avoid jeopardising the electrical safety of the appliance, it is forbidden to use high-pressure or steam jet cleaning devices. Note: The name plate is attached to the bottom of the unit and to the inside of the housing. This installation must conform with the following: Manufacturers installation instructions, local gas fitting regulations, municipal building codes, the A.G.A installation code for gas burning appliances, the S.A.A. wiring code, local electric regulations and any other statutory regulations.
Cooking with your new gas cooktop will be even more fun than before. The appliance offers you the following advantages: Regulation from hot to cold in seconds. High safety standard thanks to thermal protection elements for all burners. Thanks to the novel installation method implemented, installation is child's play! To ensure that you will be able to use this appliance in all its diversity, read through the operating and assembly instructions conscientiously before operating it for the first time. The instructions contain important notes on use, installation and maintenance of the appliance. You will find notes on page 5 that you ought to observe before operating the appliance for the first time. The chapters entitled Structure and operating principle" and Operation" tell you all the things your cooktop is capable of doing and how to operate the appliance. The chapter entitled Cleaning and care" will make sure that your appliance will stay operable and beautiful for a long time. And now we wish you lots of fun cooking.
1. Important notes
1.1 For your safety
You must not operate the appliance if it is damaged. When connecting electrical appliances in the proximity of the appliance, make sure that connecting leads do not come into contact with hot cooking surfaces! As the user, you yourself are responsible for maintenance and proper use in the household. Only ever operate the appliance under supervision. Do not operate the appliance without pots and pans placed on it. Make sure that all the burner parts are correctly fitted. Important: The appliance heats up during operation. Keep children away. Note: If you have fitted the appliance cover VD 201-010 (special accessory) on the appliance, it must not be closed until the appliance has cooled down completely. Do not operate the appliance with the cover closed! Heat development may damage the appliance and the cover. Do not use the appliance cover as a surface for placing objects or for keeping things warm. Do not clean the appliance with a steam cleaning apparatus or with water pressure - risk of shortcircuits! Isolate the appliance from the mains during every maintenance operation. To do this, remove the mains plug or isolate the corresponding fuse. Close the gas supply. Repairs must be carried out by an authorised person. No warranty claims can be lodged for any damage resulting from failure to observe these instructions. Observe caution with oils and fats. They may overheat and burn easily. Foodstuffs that are prepared in fat and oil (e.g. French fries) must only be prepared under constant supervision! Technical modifications reserved.
1.2 Operating for the first time
Before operating the appliance for the first time, please pay attention to the following notes: The appliance must only be connected by an authorised person. Read through these instructions carefully before operating the appliance for the first time. Note: The rating plate for this appliance is included on a separate sheet. Keep the rating plate in a safe place along with your operating and assembly instructions. Remove the packaging from the appliance and dispose of it properly. Keep packaging elements away from children. Thoroughly clean the appliance and accessories before using them for the first time. This will eliminate any newness" smells and soiling (see chapter entitled Cleaning and care").
1.3 About use
The appliance is intended solely for use in the household and must not be put to any other uses. Use the appliance to prepare meals only. It must not be used to heat up the room in which it is installed. Use of a gas cooker generates heat and humidity in the room where it is installed. This is why attention must be paid to good kitchen ventilation. The natural ventilation openings must be kept unobstructed. Prolonged use of the appliance with several or all rings may call for additional ventilation such as opening a window or a door, or stronger air extraction by an extractor hood. To guarantee good combustion, the room in which the appliance is installed must have a minimum volume of 10 m 3 and must possess a door that opens outdoors or a window that can be opened. Only ever use the burners after placing pots and pans on them. Do not heat up any empty pots or pans; this may result in a build-up of heat. Use pots and pans with thicker bottoms because heat distribution is particularly improved in the low setting. The correct sized pots and pans promote even heat distribution and result in a more efficient use of energy. Cooking vessels with curved bottoms, e.g. woks, must not be used. It is not permitted to use roasting pans, frying pans or grill stones heated simultaneously by several burners because the resulting heat build-up may damage the appliance. Switch the burners to the low setting whenever you remove pots or pans briefly. In this way, you reduce the risk of burns when working next to naked flames; you also save gas and reduce pollution. Whenever the gas hob is fitted under a vapour extractor hood, always cover the rings with pots or pans. Otherwise, parts of the vapour extractor hood may become damaged by the extreme heat development or grease residues in the filter may ignite. Ensure an adequate supply of air when using a vapour extractor operating in the exhaust air mode. After igniting, keep the control knob pressed for around 5-8 seconds more because the heat sensor that opens the gas channel has to warm up first. In the event of a power failure, you can also ignite the unit with matches or any other ignition aid. The thermal protection facility that prevent gas from flowing out in the open position functions without restriction. Pots with a diameter of less than 90 mm or more than 220 mm should not be used. When using larger pots, pay attention to keeping to a minimum distance of 50 mm between the cooking vessel and combustible surroundings. A minimum distance of 15 mm must be observed between the control knob and the pot or pan. In the event of malfunctions, contact your specialist dealer or your responsible Gaggenau after-sales service. Tip: When buying pots, pay attention to the fact that the manufacturer frequently specifies the top pot diameter, which is generally larger than the diameter of the base. Observe the manufacturer's specification! Use cooking utensils that the manufacturer states as being suitable for gas". Preferably use the larger cooking zone for brief cooking, deep fat frying and brief frying of large quantities. Preferably use the smaller ring for soaking, warming up and keeping warm, even when large quantities are involved.
2. Structure and operating principle
1 High-power burner B 10 MJ (2.8 kW)
2 Normal burner A 6.5 MJ (1.8 kW) 3 Pot support 4 Control knob for the front cooking position 5 Control knob for the rear cooking position
6 Burner cover
7 Burner head 8 Spark plug for automatic ignition 9 Thermal sensor for flame monitor
2.2 Special accessories
You can order the following special accessories: VV 200-000: Connecting strip VD 201-010: Appliance cover (If an appliance cover is fitted, the pot support must be removed when closing.)
2.3 Operating principle
The appliance features one-hand operation. That is to say, the ignition is activated when the control knob is pressed briefly. After igniting, keep the control knob pressed for around 5-8 seconds more because the heat sensor that opens the gas valve has to warm up first. The gas hob has 1 normal burner (front burner) and 1 high-intensity burner (rear burner). All burners have a thermal protection device that prevents unburned gas from escaping in the open position.
The total rated thermal load amounts to: 16.5 MJ (4.6 kW) The specified rated load is defined by installation of the fixed nozzles. The gas hob is converted to a different gas type by nozzle replacement (full and low-burning nozzles) (see nozzle table on p. 12). The symbols on the control panel mean: 0 Off High setting Low setting The flame is infinitely variable between high and low-setting.
Maintenance Instructions Keep appliance area clean and free from combustible materials, gasoline and other inflammable vapors and liquids. Do not obstruct the flow of combustion and ventilation air.
Visually check burner flames with this pictorial representation (see figure 4).
The cooking positions must only be ignited when all burner parts are fitted. Otherwise, malfunctions may occur on the ignition unit. Switching on: Place a pot or a pan on the corresponding cooking position. Fully press in the control knob for the corresponding cooking position. This activates the ignition. Keep the control knob pressed! Turn the control knob to the left to the high" position. If the flame should not ignite within 2 to 4 seconds, turn the control knob further to the left to the low" position and then back to the high" position after ignition. It is often faster to ignite in the low position because the various gases have a differing ignition response. After igniting, keep the control knob pressed for around 5 - 8 seconds more because the heat sensor that opens the gas valve has to warm up first. Repeat the operation if the flame should go out again. The flame size can be set continuously between full and low by slowing turning the control knob. Switching off: Fully turn the control knob to the left to the 0 position on the left.
4. Cleaning and care
Please thoroughly clean the appliance before operating it for the first time and after every use. Wait until the appliance has cooled down. Remove the pot grid. Remove the burner covers. Clean the hob, the burner covers and the pot grid with commercially available cleaning agents (not in a dishwasher!), e.g. with warm soap solution and a dishwashing brush. Whenever required, clean the burner head with a moist cloth. Allow burnt-in remainders to soak with a little water and detergent. This loosens even the most stubborn of soiling. Do not use any abrasive agents and abrasive sponges. As the result of heat development, slight discoloration can appear on the stainless steel surface. Do not attempt to scrape away such discoloration. This damages the surface. Distribute stainless steel care agents uniformly and thinly on the hob (not on the control panel!). This will ensure an even surface and will keep your hob in a good condition for a long period of time. Important: Allow the burner covers to cool down before cleaning them! When assembling, place the burner covers (1) on the burner heads (2) so that the four tabs on the bottom edge of the burner cover engage in the corresponding tabs on the burner head (see Fig. 7). Place the pot grid back in position. Caution: Never use high-pressure or steam jet units to clean your appliance because otherwise the electrical safety of the appliance will no longer be guaranteed.
Wipe off any spillage caused by a pan boiling over immediately, thus ensuring that it cannot burn in on the hob. Caution! The burners get very hot during operation! Never use abrasive or caustic cleaning agents. You should only clean the control panel and the control knobs with detergent and a soft cloth. To ensure perfect functioning, keep the thermal sensor and the spark plug clean. Keep the incoming air openings on the rear of the panel unobstructed and clean.
In the event of malfunctions, check whether the gas and electricity supply is in proper working order, i.e. the gas valve is open and the plug has been plugged into the socket. During power failures, the appliance can also be lit with a match or lighter. If the power supply is functioning correctly, but your appliance still does not work, please contact your dealer or your local Gaggenau customer service agency. Specify the appliance type (see rating plate). Repairs may only be carried out by authorised technicians, in order to guarantee the safety of the appliance. Unauthorised tampering with the appliance will invalidate any warranty claims. Abnormal Operation Flames are normally blue and sharply defined. If flames are ever yellowish or noisy or if the gas does not ignite within the period specified under Turning on, abnormal operation is indicated. In that case call: Sampford & Staff Pty Ltd, 421 Smith Street, Fitzroy, Vic. 3065, Tel. (03) 9418 5888. Service Centres in other States: Y (03) Melbourne Y (02) Sydney Y (08) Adelaide Y (07) Brisbane Y (08) Perth The appliance must be disconnected from the power supply during all repair work. Only ever use original spare parts.
5.2 Remedying slight malfunctions yourself
Fault The burner does not ignite after several attempts. Remedy Check whether.. the burner is correctly assembled. the gas shut-off facility is open. the burner is clean and dry. the domestic fuse has tripped. If necessary, inform after-sales service. Check whether.. the burner covers are fitted correctly,. the flame has been extinguished by a strong draught in the room. Check whether there are food remainders between the ignition electrode and the burner cover. Carefully remove these. Check whether the burners are dry and clean.
The gas flame goes off after ignition.
The cooking ring burners electrical igniter is no longer functioning. The flame tips are yellow and not blue.
6. Technical data / Settings table
Technical data (gas) Burners: Normal burner Full burning Low burning High-intensity burner Full burning Low burning Gas connection: R 1/2 union nut for R 1/2 bracket to DIN 1999, conical-cylindrical Technical data, gas Countries AU AU Technical data (electrical) Rated consumption 6.5 MJ (1.8 kW) < 1.5 MJ (0.41 kW) 10 MJ (2.8 kW) < 2 MJ (0.56 kW) Voltage Frequency 0.8 W 220-240 V 50-60 Hz
Technical modifications reserved.
Gas family Gas type Pressure A burner, full burning A burner, low burning B burner, full burning B burner, low burning Power Consumption
Natural gas N 1.0 kPa (10 mbar) 1.18 0.58 1.48 0.68 16.5 MJ (4.6 kW) 0.45 m3/h
Propane gas X 2.75 kPa (27.5 mbar) 0.74 0.36 0.87 0.42 16.5 MJ (4.6 kW) 340 g/h
7. Assembly instructions
7.1 Important notes
Please observe the safety notes and the important notes (Chapter 1). The installer is responsible for perfect functioning of the appliance at its installation location. He must explain the operating principle to the user with reference to the operating instructions and must show how to switch of the electricity and gas whenever required. Caution: Before connecting the appliance, please check whether the local connection conditions such as the gas type, gas pressure and mains voltage and the appliance settings are correct. Refer to the adhesive label on the gas connection or the rating plate for the necessary information. This gas hob conforms to the categories that are specified on the rating plate. The rating plate can be found on the appliance and additionally on the enclosed addendum sheet. By replacing nozzles, it is possible to set the appliance to any gas listed on the rating plate. If the data should not agree, the appliance must be set to the required gas type and the available pressure. As this gas hob is not intended for connection to an exhaust gas system, pay attention to the applicable installation conditions. Note on ventilation: To ensure good combustion, the room in which this appliance is installed must have a minimum volume of 10 m3 and a door that opens out to outdoors or a window that can be opened.
Warning: This appliance shall only be installed by an authorized person.
The appliance shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturers Installation Instructions, local Gas Fitting Regulations, Municipal Building Codes, the A.G. A. Installation Code for Gas Burning Appliances, the S.A.A. Wiring Code, local Electric Authority Regulations and any other statutory regulations. The appliance may be installed in kitchen combinations made of wood or similar combustible materials without taking additional measures. A minimum clearance of 260 mm from the periphery of the burner to a rear or side horizontal combustible surface must be observed. If clearance is less than 260 mm then that surface must be protected in accordance with clause 184.108.40.206 of AG601-98. Overhead clearances Rangehoods and exhaust fans shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. However, in no case shall the clearance between the highest part of the burner and the underside of the rangehood be less than 600 mm or for a overhead exhaust fan, 750 mm. After unpacking, check the appliance for any transportation damage and report this immediately to the transportation company. Technical modifications reserved.
7.2 Connecting the appliance
Electrical connection The appliance is connected to the mains (240 V AC) by means of the connecting lead with the earthed plug. It must be plugged into an earthed socket which remains accessible after installation of the appliance. When making the connection, make sure that the lead cannot come into contact with hot parts of the hob.
Warning: This appliance is equipped with a three prong grounding plug for your protection against shock hazard and should be plugged directly into a properly grounded receptacle. Do not cut or remove the grounding prong from this plug.
max 210 mm
G : gas connection : electric socket
Gas connection The gas connection must be in a location that permits access to the shut-off valve and which, if applicable, is visible after opening the door of the furniture item. By means of the included R 1/2" connection bracket (on the appliance end) with the affiliated washer, the appliance must be connected to a fixed copper. For Natural Gas the regulator must be connected.
40 mm Seal
A flexible connection is not permitted.
7.3 Nozzle replacement
Changing over to a different gas type Only authorised specialists are permitted to change over to a different gas type. The nozzles needed for the gas type to be set are available as a conversion kit. Please specify the appliance type and the required gas type. Nozzles can be replaced without having to open the housing. Loads for all gases For all gas types and pressures, the rated load is achieved by installing the high and low setting nozzles for the required gas type (see nozzle table). The low setting nozzle is screwed in fully at the works, and so the lowest quantity is set. Replacing the low-setting nozzle 1 Proceed as follows: Disconnect the appliance from the power supply! Remove the cover from the underside of the appliance under the gas valves. The low-setting nozzle 1 is located in the gas valve and is screwed in from below. (see Fig. 10) Unscrew the nozzle and insert the new nozzle as specified in the low-setting nozzle table. The nozzle must be screwed in fully. Fit the cover cap again. If it should be necessary to correct the low-setting nozzle 1 as the result of deviating gas types and pressure, the flow rate can be increased by turning to the left.
See table on Page 12 for details of nozzle settings.
Replacing the main nozzle 2 Proceed as follows: The main nozzle 2 is visible after detaching the burner cover (see Fig. 11). It is unscrewed with a special screw key. Unscrew the nozzle and insert the new nozzle as specified in the main nozzle table. The nozzle must be screwed in fully and firmly (torque 1.5 Nm) (metallic seal). Please do not forget to stick the new adhesive label included with the nozzle set over the old adhesive label on the gas connection, thus documenting the changeover to a different gas type. Checking functions The flames are adjusted correctly if no yellow tips are visible and if they do not go out when switching over swiftly from the high to the low setting.
Adjusting the primary air The primary air setting for different gases is only defined by the diverse nozzle shapes and therefore does not require adjustment.
7.4 Installing the appliance
Proceed as follows: Produce the recess for one or several Vario appliance(s) in your worktop. Proceed as indicated on the installation sketch and the dimension table. The dimension table contains details of the space requirement for the trim between the appliances. Important: The angle between the cut surface and the worktop must amount to 90 (Fig. 12).
min. 3 5
490 min. 268
Mark the centre of the recess exactly. Secure the securing rails on the front and rear edges of the recess. Make sure that the lugs of the securing rails lie on the worktop and that the centre marking of the securing rails is precisely flush with the centre marking on the worktop (Fig. 13). Secure the cover on the appliance before installation. See assembly instructions VD 201-010. Lower the appliance into the worktop. Make sure that the engaging lugs on the appliance lie exactly on the clamping springs. Press the appliance firmly into the worktop. The engaging lugs on the appliance snap" into the clamping springs (Fig. 14).
Note: When installing the appliance in granite or marble worktops, have the holes produced by a specialist or stick on the securing rails with a temperature-resistant 2-component adhesive (metal on stone).
Note: Several appliances can also be installed in individual recesses, as long as a minimum clearance of 40 mm is kept to between the appliances.
en 10.03 SK
Operating and assembly instructions
Built-in gas cooktop
The Gaggenau Magazine. Edition 2010.
Gaggenau is proudly imported, distributed and supported by Sampford IXL.
Visit one of our national showrooms to discover the strikingly beautiful world of Gaggenau. To arrange an appliance demonstration or to locate your nearest retailer phone 421 or visit www.gaggenau.com.au
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Induction cooktop VI411. When combined with the wok ring and the wok pan, this is ideal for preparing Asian wok cuisine. A detailed description of the appliance can be found on pages 54/55. Induction cooktop VI 421. Two independently-controlled cooking zones.
A utomatic pot detection: For pots with a diameter of up to 28 cm. The heat develops directly at thebottom of the pot and therefore doesnt have to be transmitted from the cook top to the pot. Booster function: Temporarily increases the power of anycooking zone by about 50%. For searing and heating up large amounts of liquids in a flash. S pecial accessories: Stainless steel cover.
Teppan Yaki VP 421. For frying or cooking directly on the metal surface.
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Downdraft ventilation VL 430/431. Steam and odours are unfailingly extracted downwards. See pages 64/65 for more details. Electric grill VR 421. For grilling without the grease directly on the cast grill grids.
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Teppan Yaki VP 230. For frying or cooking directly on the metal surface.
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Vario cooktops of the 200 series, with aluminium control panel.
01 KG 291 210AU90 cm, gas cooktop 02 KG 260 234AU60 cm, gas cooktop 03 CI cm, induction cooktop 04 CI cm, glass ceramic cooktop 05 VG 231 231AU28 cm, gas wok VG 232 232AU28 cm, gas cooktop 07 VI cm, induction cooktop 08 VC cm, glass ceramic cooktop 09 VF cm, deep fryer 10 VR cm, electric grill 11 VP cm, Teppan Yaki 12 VK cm, steamer 13 VL cm, downdraft ventilation 041107downdraft ventilation, control unit VL VL 040107downdraft ventilation, supplementary ele ment
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