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KM 5757 Induction Hob (4 zones)
4 cooking zones with automatic pan sensor, pan size sensor and integrated booster function and timer control
Front mounted touchpads One touchpad per cooking zone Digital display of power settings Individual programmes possible
Residual heat indicators via 3 horizontal bars Auto Boost display via LEDs Display of On/Off, system lock and pan not present Minute minder Automatic safety switch-off Programme lock Fault monitoring System lock Overheating protection Integrated cooling fan with automatic run on Accessory: Ceramic razor blade scraper
Appliances and built-in measures:
Rear left ( 140-200 mm): 1850-2500 W Rear right ( 160-230 mm): 2300-3200 W Front left ( 140-200 mm): 1850-2500 W Front right ( 100-160 mm): 1400-1800 W
This hob requires the use of ferromagnetic pans such as enameled steel, cast iron or magnetic stainless steel Only suitable for Granite, Marble, Tiles or Solid Wood worktops
Phone: +852-2890-1018 Website: www.miele.hk
Last updated: 15.09.2006
Operating and Installation instructions
Ceramic hobs with induction KM 5731 / KM 5732 / KM 5733 KM 5736 / KM 5737 / KM 5752 KM 5753 / KM 5755 / KM 5757 KM 5775
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance it is essential to read these instructions before it is installed and used for the first time.
Guide to the appliance. 4 KM 5731. 4 KM 5732 / KM 5736 / KM 5737. 5 KM 5733. 6 KM 5752 / KM 5757. 7 KM 5753. 8 KM 5755. 9 KM 5775. 10 Cooking zone sensors and displays. 11 Timer control and display. 12 Cooking zones. 12 Warning and Safety instructions. 16 Caring for the environment. 23 Before using for the first time. 24 General notes. 24 Cleaning and heating up for the first time. 24 Induction. 25 How it works. 25 Noises. 26 Pans. 27 Use. 28 Sensor switches. 28 Switching on. 28 Settings. 29 Auto heat-up. 30 Booster function. 32 Switching off and residual heat indicators. 33
Safety features. 34 Safety lock. 34 Stop and Go. 35 Safety switch-off. 36 Overheating protection. 37 Timer. 38 Setting the minute minder. 38 Switching a cooking zone off automatically. 39 Combi mode. 40 Timer factory settings. 40 Cleaning and care. 41 Programming. 43 Problem solving guide. 46 After sales service. 48 Installation. 49 Safety instructions for installation. 49 Hob with frame or bevelled edge. 53 Sealant. 62 Flush-fitted hobs. 63 Electrical connection. 68 Wiring diagram. 70
Guide to the appliance
abcd Cooking zones e Cooking zone controls and displays (see Cooking zone controls and displays) f Timer control and display (see Timer control and display) g Safety lock indicator lamp h Safety lock sensor switch i Hob ON/OFF sensor switch
KM 5732 / KM 5736 / KM 5737
abc Cooking zones e Cooking zone controls and displays (see Cooking zone controls and displays) f Timer control and display (see Timer control and display) g Safety lock indicator lamp h Safety lock sensor switch i Hob ON/OFF sensor switch
KM 5752 / KM 5757
Cooking zone sensors and displays
j Displays: 0 = 1 to 9 = # = = F A P0 etc. S0 etc. = = = =
Cooking zone ready for use Power settings (for switched on hob) Residual heat No pan on cooking zone or pan unsuitable (see "Induction") Fault (see "Safety switch-off") Auto heat-up when the power setting range has been extended Programme (see "Programming") Status (see "Programming")
k Indicator lamp for Auto heat-up or extended power setting (see "Programming"), e.g. the front left cooking zone l Indicator lamp for booster m Sensor switch for booster n Power setting sensor switches
Timer control and display
o Sensor switch for activating the timer, switching between functions and selecting automatic switch-off for a cooking zone. p Sensor switch for setting the time q Time display r Indicator lamp for automatic switch-off, e.g. of the rear right cooking zone s Indicator lamp for minute minder
Cooking zone KM 5731 / KM 5752 / KM 5755 / KM 5757 minimum to maximum in cm* 14 - - - - 16 Rating in watts for 230 V** normal: with booster: normal: with booster: normal: with booster: normal: with booster: Total: * Pans of any base diameter within the given range may be used. ** The wattage quoted may vary depending on the size and material of the pans used. 7400
y w x z
Cooking zone KM 5732 / KM 5736 minimum to maximum in cm* 14 - - - - 16 Rating in watts for 230 V** normal: with booster: normal: with booster: normal: with booster: normal: with booster: Total: Cooking zone minimum to maximum in cm* f 18 - - - 16 KM 5733 Rating in watts for 230 V** normal: with booster: normal: with booster: normal: with booster: Total: * Pans of any base diameter within the given range may be used. ** The wattage quoted may vary depending on the size and material of the pans used. 1800 7400
Never open the casing of the appliance. Tampering with electrical connections or components is highly dangerous to the user and can cause operational faults. On hobs with bevelled glass edges a small gap may be visible between the hob and the worktop during the first few days after installation. This gap will reduce with time as the appliance is used and will not affect the electrical safety of your appliance.
For safety reasons this appliance must only be operated after it has been built in. This is necessary to ensure that all electrical components are shielded. This appliance is intended for domestic use only and is not to be used for commercial purposes. If the hob is built in over a pyrolitic oven, the hob should not be used whilst the pyrolitic process is being carried out, as this could trigger the overheating protection mechanism on the hob (see relevant section). Use this appliance for the preparation of food only. Any other usage is at the owner's risk and could be dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for damage resulting from incorrect or improper use or operation.
Safety with children
Use the safety lock to prevent children operating the appliance or altering the settings. The appliance is only intended for use by adults who have read these instructions. This appliance is not a toy! To avoid the risk of injury, keep children well away, and do not allow them to play with it or use the controls. They will not understand the potential dangers posed by it. They should be supervised whenever you are working in the kitchen. Older children may use the appliance only when its operation has been clearly explained to them and they are able to use it safely, recognising the dangers of misuse. The appliance gets hot when in use and remains hot for quite a while after being switched off. To safeguard against burning, keep children well away from the appliance at all times. Do not store anything which might arouse a child's interest in storage areas above or next to the appliance. Otherwise they could be tempted into climbing onto the appliance with the risk of burning themselves. Keep all pans out of reach of children. Turn pan handles inwards away from the edge of the hob. Danger of burning or scalding. Special hob guards are available from good retail outlets. Packaging, e.g. cling film, polystyrene and plastic wrappings, must be kept out of the reach of babies and young children. Danger of suffocation. Dispose of or recycle all packaging safely as soon as possible. Old appliances must be disconnected from the power supply, any plug rendered useless and the cable cut off directly behind the appliance to prevent misuse. This should be done by a competent person.
Protecting the appliance from damage
Do not drop anything on the ceramic surface. Even a light object could cause damage in certain circumstances. Do not use pots or pans on the ceramic hob with bases with pronounced edges or ridges, e.g. cast iron pans. These could scratch or scour the hob surface permanently. Grains of salt and sand can also scratch. Do not allow either solid or liquid sugar, or pieces of plastic or aluminium foil to get onto the cooking zones when they are hot. If this should occur, switch off the appliance, and carefully, scrape off all the sugar, plastic or aluminium residues from the hob whilst they are still hot, using a shielded scraper blade. Take care not to burn yourself. If residues are allowed to cool before being removed, the ceramic surface will be susceptible to pitting or even cracking. Clean the appliance once it has cooled down. Do not use a steam cleaner to clean this appliance. The steam could reach electrical components and cause a short circuit. Pressurised steam could also cause permanent damage to the surface and to other components, for which the manufacturer cannot accept liability. Never place hot pans near the control area. This could damage the electronic unit underneath. If a drawer is fitted directly underneath the hob, ensure that there is sufficient space between the drawer and its contents and the underside of the appliance in order to ensure sufficient ventilation for the hob. In countries where there are areas which may be subject to infestation by cockroaches or other vermin, pay particular attention to keeping the appliance and its surroundings in a clean condition at all times. Any damage which may be caused by cockroaches or other vermin will not be covered by the guarantee.
Protection from burning and scalding
The appliance gets hot when in use and remains hot for quite a while after being switched off. There is a danger of burning until the residual heat indicators go out. For added protection, it is advisable to use heat-resistant pot holders or gloves when using the appliance. Do not let them get damp or wet, as this causes heat to transfer through the material more quickly with the risk of scalding or burning yourself. Do not heat up unopened tins of food on the hob, as pressure will build up in the tin and it can explode. This could result in injury and scalding or damage. Do not use the appliance as a resting place for anything else. Take particular care never to place cutlery or other metal objects on the hob. When the appliance is switched on either deliberately or by mistake, or when there is residual heat present, there is the risk of metal objects heating up, with a danger of burning. Depending on the material, other objects left on the hob could also melt or catch fire. Switch the cooking zones off after use. Do not cover the appliance, e.g. with a cloth, kitchen foil, etc. This could be a fire hazard if the appliance is switched on by mistake. Never leave the appliance unattended when cooking with oil or fat as these are fire hazards if overheated. Very hot oil can catch fire and could even set a cooker hood above on fire. Always heat fat slowly, watching as it heats. If, despite this, oil or fat does catch fire, do not attempt to put out the flames with water. Use a suitable fire blanket, saucepan lid, damp towel or similar to smother the flames. Do not flamb under a cooker hood. The flames could set the cooker hood on fire.
When using an induction cooking zone, the following noises can occur in the pan, depending on what it is made of and how it has been constructed. On the higher power settings, it might buzz. This will decrease or cease altogether when the power setting is reduced. If the pan base is made of layers of different materials (e.g. in a sandwiched base), it might emit a cracking sound. Whistling might occur if linked zones (see "Booster function") are being used on the highest setting at the same time, and the pans also have bases made of layers of different materials. You might hear a clicking sound from the electronic switches, especially on lower settings. The appliance has a cooling fan to help extend the life of the electronics. When the hob is being used intensively, this will come on and you will hear a whirring sound. The fan may continue to run after the appliance has been switched off.
Suitable pans include: stainless steel pans with a magnetic base enamelled steel pans cast iron pans Unsuitable pans: stainless steel pans without a magnetic base aluminium and copper pans glass, ceramic or earthenware pots and pans To test whether a pot or pan is suitable for use on an induction hob, hold a magnet to the base of the pan. If the magnet sticks, the pan is suitable. Please be aware that the properties of the pan base can affect the eveness with which food heats up in the pan. Unless the pan manufacturer states that you can do so, do not use pans with very thin bases on this hob, and never heat up empty pans as they could get damaged. This could also damage the appliance. Pan size To make optimum use of the cooking zones, choose pans with diameters larger than the innermost markings but smaller than the outermost markings. If the diameter of the pan is smaller than the innermost marking, the induction heating will not work. The zone will behave as if it had no pan on it. Please note that the maximum diameter quoted by manufacturers often refers to the diameter of the top rim of the pot or pan. The diameter of the base (generally smaller) is more important.
Tips on saving energy Use a pan lid whenever possible to minimise heat loss.
This hob is equipped with electronic sensor switches which react to finger contact. To operate a cooking zone touch the relevant sensor switch. Each time you touch a sensor switch an audible tone sounds.
Proceed as follows: ^ Touch the B sensor for the relevant cooking zone. Power setting 9 will show in the cooking zone display, and the indicator lamp for the booster will also light up. After 10 minutes, the zone will automatically revert to power setting 9. To switch off the booster before this, touch either the B sensor or the sensor for the appropriate cooking zone. If a power setting is selected before the booster function is switched on, the zone will revert to this pre-selected power setting when the booster is switched off, or automatically at the end of the booster time.
Switching off and residual heat indicators
To switch off a cooking zone: ^ Touch the - and + sensors for the zone you want to switch off at the same time. A 0 will light up in the display for that zone for a few seconds. If the cooking zone is still hot, residual heat will then be indicated in the display. The lines of the residual heat indicator go out one after another as the cooking zones cool down. The last horizontal line only goes out when the cooking zone is safe to touch. The residual heat indicators also react to hot dishes and plates being placed on a cooking zone that is not switched on. Do not touch any zone or place any heat sensitive items on a zone where the residual heat indicator is lit up. Danger of burning, and fire hazard. Please note that the residual heat indicators do not light up when there is a fault message, even if the cooking zones are hot. To switch off the hob: ^ Touch the ON/OFF sensor s. This switches off all cooking zones. The residual heat indicator will appear in the display of any cooking zone which is still hot.
Keep children away from the hob for their own safety. Your appliance is equipped with a safety lock to prevent the hob and the cooking zones being switched on or any settings being altered. The safety lock can be activated when the hob is switched off as well as when it is in use. If the safety lock is activated when the hob is switched off, then the hob cannot be switched on. If the safety lock is activated when the hob is in use: The power levels for the cooking zones and the timer settings cannot be altered. The cooking zones and hob can be switched off but once switched off cannot be switched on again. To activate the safety lock: ^ Touch the safety lock sensor $ until the relevant indicator lamp comes on. The indicator lamp will go out after a short while. The lamp will come on again to show that the safety lock has been activated, if you touch the safety lock $ sensor. you try to change a setting. To deactivate the safety lock: ^ Touch the safety lock sensor $ until the indicator lamp goes out.
You can alter the setting from one finger to three finger operation (see "Programming - P4") to make it harder for children to operate the appliance. Please note that the safety lock will deactivate if there is a power cut.
Stop and Go
Your appliance has a Stop and Go feature which, when activated, reduces the power of all cooking zones that have been switched on. This allows you to leave the hob unattended for a short time without any danger of pans boiling over or burning. If you wish to use this feature, you will need to alter the factory setting (see "Programming - P5"). To activate Stop and Go: ^ Touch the $ sensor until you hear two consecutive beeps. Be careful not to continue touching the $ sensor for too long, as this will activate the safety lock. The indicator lamp for the safety lock will start to flash. The power of the cooking zone in use will be reduced to setting 1, and a 1 will appear in the corresponding cooking zone display. If automatic switch-off is programmed for a cooking zone, activating Stop and Go will interrupt the count down to the switch-off time. When Stop and Go is deactivated, the automatic switch-off programme time will continue to run without further interruption. If a minute minder time has been set, this will continue running and will not be affected by Stop and Go. To deactivate Stop and Go: ^ Touch the safety lock sensor $ until the indicator lamp goes out. The cooking zones will now run at the level that was previously set.
Safety switch-off with an over-long cooking time Your hob is fitted with a safety switch-off feature in case you forget to switch it off yourself. If one of the cooking zones is heated for an unusually long period of time (see chart), and the power settings are not altered, the hob will switch itself off automatically and the appropriate residual heat indicator will appear. Power setting* Maximum operating time in hours 1 Safety switch-off if the sensors are covered Your hob will switch off automatically if one or several of the sensors remain covered for longer than 10 seconds, for example, by finger contact, food boiling over or by an object such as an oven glove or tea towel. An audible tone will sound every 30 seconds (for a maximum of ten minutes) and an F will flash in the display for the sensor which is covered.
1 / 1. 2 / 2. 3 / 3. 4 / 4. 5 / 5. 6 / 6. 7 / 7. 8 / 8. 9
^ Clean the control area or remove the obstruction. This will turn off the tone and the F will go out. ^ Switch the hob back on again with the ON/OFF sensor s. The cooking zones can now be used again as normal.
The time then counts down in minutes. The time remaining can be seen in the display and changed at any time by touching - or +.
Switching a cooking zone off automatically
It is only possible to programme a cooking zone to switch off automatically if a power setting has already been selected for that zone. All of the cooking zones can be programmed at the same time. Proceed as follows: ^ Select a power setting for the zone you require, e.g. back right, in the usual way. ^ Touch the m sensor. 00 appears in the timer display, and the minute minder indicator lamp will flash. ^ Touch the m sensor again. The indicator lamp for the minute minder in the timer display goes out, and an indicator lamp for automatic switch-off of a cooking zone flashes. ^ If several cooking zones are being used, touch the m sensor repeatedly until the indicator lamp flashes next to the cooking zone you wish to use this function for, e.g. back right. The indicator lamps for the cooking zones being used light up clockwise, starting with the front left. ^ Touch the - or + sensor until the time you require appears in the display, e.g. 15 minutes.
The time then counts down in minutes. The time remaining can be seen in the display and changed at any time by touching - or +. If you want to set another cooking zone to switch off automatically, follow the same steps as described above. If more than one switch-off time is programmed, the shortest time remaining will show in the display, and the indicator lamp for that particular cooking zone will flash. All the other indicator lamps will light up constantly. If you want to check on the remaining time for another zone, touch the m sensor until the indicator lamp for the zone you require flashes.
The minute minder and automatic switch-off functions can be used at the same time. If you have programmed in one or more switch-off times, and would like to use the minute minder as well: Touch the m sensor repeatedly until the minute minder indicator lamp flashes. If you are using the minute minder, and would like to programme in one or more switch-off times as well: Touch the m sensor repeatedly until the indicator lamp flashes for the cooking zone required. Shortly after the last entry, the shortest remaining time will come up in the display. If you want to check on another remaining time, touch the m sensor until the relevant indicator lamp flashes. Starting with the shortest remaining time which is showing in the display, all cooking zones that are in use and the minute minder are selected clockwise.
Timer factory settings
The timer is set at the factory so that it starts with 01 or 99 when the + or sensor is touched. This setting can be adjusted so that the time you last used appears in the display when you press + or - (see "Programming - P4."). Example: If P4., S1 has been programmed, and the last time the minute minder was used was for 5 minutes, 00 will appear in the display when you switch on the Timer; when you then touch + or -, the display will change to 05. You can still select any time you want, even if you have adjusted the timer default setting.
Cleaning and care
Do not use a steam cleaner to clean this appliance. The steam could reach electrical components and cause a short circuit. Pressurised steam could also cause permanent damage to the surface and to components, for which the manufacturer cannot accept liability. Do not use any sharp objects which could damage the seal between the ceramic surface and the surrounding frame and between the frame and the worktop. Never use cleaners containing sand, soda, alkalis, acids or chlorides, oven sprays, dishwasher detergents, nor steel wool, abrasive cleaning agents, hard brushes, scouring pads and cloths. You should also avoid using sponges etc. which have previously been used with abrasive cleaning agents, as this will damage the surface. Do not use washing up liquid to clean the ceramic surface as it can leave a blue sheen which may be difficult to remove. E-Cloth A microfibre "E-Cloth" is available from the Miele UK Spare Parts Department which is suitable for cleaning surfaces such as stainless steel, glass, plastic and chrome without the use of chemicals. Clean the appliance regularly, preferably after each use. Allow the hob to cool down before cleaning. To prevent the risk of spillages burning on, remove any soiling as soon as possible, and ensure that pan bases are clean, dry and free of grease. Most soiling can be wiped off using a damp cloth. Stubborn soiling may need to be removed with a shielded scraper blade. After cleaning, dry thoroughly with a soft cloth to prevent a build-up of limescale deposits To remove any limescale deposits, caused for example by water boiling over as well as metallic marks e.g. from saucepan bases, the ceramic surface can be cleaned using a proprietary cleaning agent for ceramic surfaces (available from the Miele Spare Parts Department). Follow the manufacturer's instructions on the packaging. Finally, wipe the hob surface with a damp cloth and then dry it with a clean soft cloth. Ensure that every trace of cleaner has been removed from the surface. Any remaining trace could have a corrosive effect on the hob when it is next heated up. Note that some cleaning agents contain a protective additive designed to prevent water marks and smears adhering to the surface.
Should any sugar, plastic or aluminium foil spill or fall on to a hot cooking zone while it is in use, first switch off the appliance. Then carefully scrape off all the sugar, plastic or aluminium residues from the hob whilst they are still hot, using a shielded scraper blade. Take care not to burn yourself. Allow the cooking zone to cool down, and then clean as described above with a suitable proprietary ceramic hob cleaner.
You can change the standard settings of your hob (see chart). Proceed as follows: ^ With the hob switched off, touch the hob ON/OFF sensor s and the safety lock sensor $ at the same time until the indicator lamp for the safety lock flashes. A P (Programme) and an S (Status) will appear in the cooking zone display with a number which shows the current setting (see chart). ^ To select the programme you want, touch the + or - sensor for the front left cooking zone, then select the required status by touching the + or sensor for the front right cooking zone (see chart). You can alter several programmes one after the other in this manner. To store the new settings in memory, touch the hob ON/OFF sensor s until the displays go out. If you do not wish to store the settings in memory, touch the safety lock sensor $ until the displays go out.
Programme* P 0 Demonstration mode and factory default settings Status** Setting S S S P 1 Keypad tone when a sensor is touched Induction warning tone when there is no pan or the pan is unsuitable S S S S Demonstration mode on Demonstration mode off Factory default settings reinstated Off On Off On Off Audible tone on for 10 seconds Audible tone on for 4 minutes One finger locking using $ Three finger locking using $ and + on the two right-hand cooking zones Off On (can only be selected when Auto heat-up is activated)
Audible tone for the Timer S S S
0. Power setting when the cooking zone is switched on
Programmes/Statuses not shown here have no allocation.
** The factory default settings are shown in bold.
Programme* P 2. Auto heat-up Status** Setting S S S S P 3. Residual heat indicator S S P 4. Timer factory settings S S P 5. Timer functions S S S P 6. Power setting range S S 1 Off Activated by selecting the power setting using Activated by selecting the power setting using + Activated every time the hob is switched on H as the residual heat indicator symbol # as the residual heat indicator symbol 01 or 99 The most recently set time (see "Timer default setting") Minute minder only Auto switch-off only Minute minder and Auto switch-off 9 power settings (1 to 9) 17 power settings (1, 1., 2, 2., 3. to 9) If the Auto heat-up setting is selected, an A will flash alternately with the continued cooking setting in the display.
After sales service, data plate
In the event of any faults which you cannot remedy yourself, or if the appliance is under guarantee, please contact: Your Miele dealer, or the Miele Service Department (see back cover for address). When contacting the Service Department, please quote the model and serial number of your appliance, which are given on the data plate.
Space in which to stick the extra data plate supplied with the appliance. Ensure that the model number is the same as the one on the front of these instructions.
Safety instructions for installation
Fit wall units and extractor hood before fitting the hob to avoid damaging the surface. The veneer or laminate coatings of worktops (or adjacent kitchen units) must be treated with 100 C heat-resistant adhesive which will not dissolve or distort. Any backmoulds must be of heat-resistant material. This equipment may only be used in mobile installations such as ships, caravans, aircraft etc. if a risk assessment has been carried out by a suitably qualified engineer. The hob may not be built in over a fridge, fridge freezer, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine or tumble dryer. These hobs must not be installed above ovens or cookers unless these have a built-in cooling down fan. After installing the hob, ensure that the connection cable cannot come into contact with the underside of the appliance. Make sure that there is no mechanical obstruction, such as a drawer, which could damage it. If a protective shelf is installed under the built-in hob, there must be a minimum distance of 150 mm between it and the top of the worktop to allow for ventilation to the appliance. Observe carefully the safety distances given on the following pages. Do not use any sealant except where expressly instructed to do so. The seal underneath the appliance provides a sufficient seal for the worktop (see "Sealant").
All dimensions in this instruction booklet are given in mm.
Safety distance above the hob When two or more appliances are installed together below a cooker hood, e.g. an electric hob and a gas wok combiset, which have different safety distances given in the installation instructions, you should select the greater distance of the two.
A minimum safety distance must be maintained between the hob and the cooker hood above it. See the cooker hood manufacturer's operating and installation instructions for details. If the manufacturer's instructions are not available for the cooker hood, a minimum safety distance of at least 760 mm must be maintained. For any flammable objects, e.g. utensil rails, wall units etc. a minimum distance of at least 760 mm must be maintained between them and the hob below.
Safety distances to the sides of the hob Ideally the hob should be installed with plenty of space on either side. There may be a wall at the rear and a tall unit or wall at one side. On the other side, however, no unit or divider should stand higher than the hob (see illustrations). Not allowed
The following minimum distances should be adhered to for safety reasons: 50 mm to the right or left of the worktop cut-out to the nearest piece of furniture (e.g. tall unit). 50 mm from the worktop cut-out to the rear wall.
Safety distance when installing the appliance near a wall with additional niche cladding There must be a minimum distance of 50 mm between the niche cladding and the worktop cut-out. This distance is only necessary for niche cladding made of wood or any other combustible material. For non-combustible materials (metal, ceramic tiles or similar), this dimension can be reduced by the thickness of the niche cladding material. The materials can warp or distort when subjected to high temperatures. Flush-fitted hobs Hob with frame or bevelled edge
a Masonry b Niche cladding c Backmould d Worktop e Worktop cut-out f Minimum distance of 50 mm
Hob with frame or bevelled edge
Building-in dimensions for KM 5731
a Front b Building-in depth c Building-in depth for mains connection cable d Mains connection cable, L = 1440 mm
Building-in dimensions for KM 5732
a Front b Building-in depth c Mains connection cable, L = 1440 mm
Building-in dimensions for KM 5733
Building-in dimensions for KM 5736
Building-in dimensions for KM 5752
Building-in dimensions for KM 5753
Building-in dimensions for KM 5755
Building-in dimensions for KM 5775
Preparing the worktop ^ Make the worktop cut-out following the dimensions applicable. Remember to maintain a minimum safety distance of 50 mm from the back wall, as well as from any tall unit or side wall to the right or left of the hob. See "Safety instructions for installation". ^ Seal the cut surfaces with a suitable heat-resistant sealant to avoid swelling caused by moisture. If, during installation, you find that the seals on the corners of the frame are not flush with the worktop, the corner radius R4, can be carefully scribed to suit. These hobs have a seal underneath them to keep the hob securely in position. Any gap between the frame and worktop will reduce with time. Installing the hob ^ Feed the hob connection cable down through the cut-out. ^ Place the hob centrally in the cut-out. When doing this make sure that the seal under the hob sits flush with the worktop on all sides. This is important to ensure an effective seal all round. Do not use sealant. ^ Connect the hob to the mains. ^ Check that the hob works.
Do not use any sealant unless expressly instructed to do so. The sealing strip under the edge of the top part of the hob provides a sufficient seal for the worktop. Do not use sealant between the frame of the top part of the hob and the worktop. This could cause difficulties if the hob ever needs to be taken out for servicing and possibly result in damage to the frame or the worktop.
Building-in dimensions for KM 5737
a Front b Building-in depth c Mains connection cable, L = 1440 mm d Stepped cut-out for granite or marble worktops
Cut-out dimensions for granite or marble worktops. Please take careful note of the inset diagram.
Building-in dimensions for KM 5757
The hob can be installed Flush fit hobs are only suitable for installation in granite, marble, tiled or solid wood worktops. Other materials such as Corian and Askilan are not suitable. An 800 mm wide base unit is required for building in. The hob must be accessible from below for servicing purposes and to ensure that the seal around it is not dislodged. directly into a suitable cut-out in a granite or marble worktop. in a suitable cut-out in a tiled or solid wood worktop with a wooden support frame. The frame must be provided on site, and is not supplied with the appliance.
Making the worktop cut-out and building in the hob Granite and marble worktops ^ Make the worktop cut-out as shown in the drawings. ^ Feed the hob connection cable down through the cut-out. ^ Centre the hob f in the cut-out.
^ Connect the hob to the mains. ^ Check that the hob works. ^ Seal the remaining gap g with a silicone sealant that is heat-resistant to at least 160 C.
e Worktop f Hob g Gap Corner radius of the worktop R4
As the ceramic glass and the worktop cut-out have a certain dimensional tolerance, gap g can vary (min. 2 mm).
Solid wood and tiled worktops ^ Make the worktop cut-out as shown in drawings. ^ Fix the wooden frame a 7mm below the top edge of the worktop (see diagram). ^ Feed the hob connection cable down through the cut-out. ^ Centre the hob f in the cut-out.
^ Connect the hob to the mains.
^ Check that the hob works. ^ Seal the remaining gap g with a silicone sealant that is heat-resistant to at least 160 C.
a Wooden frame (13 mm, to be provided on site) e Worktop f Hob g Gap Corner radius of the tiled worktop R4
All electrical work should be carried out by a suitably qualified and competent person, in strict accordance with current local and national safety regulations (BS 7671 in the UK). Installation, repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held liable for unauthorised work. Ensure power is not supplied to the appliance until after installation or repair work has been carried out. The appliance must only be operated when built-in. This is to ensure that all electrical parts are shielded. Live parts must not be exposed. Do not connect the appliance to the mains electricity supply by an extension lead. These do not guarantee the required safety of the appliance. Connection should be made via a suitable isolator which complies with national and local safety regulations, and the On/Off switch should be easily accessible after the appliance has been built in. If the switch is not accessible after installation (depending on country) an additional means of disconnection must be provided for all poles. For extra safety it is advisable to install a residual current device (RCD), with a trip current of 30 mA. When switched off there must be an all-pole contact gap of at least 3 mm in the isolator switch (including switch, fuses and relays). Important U.K. The appliance is supplied for connection to a 230-240 V, 50 Hz supply with a 3-core cable. The wires in the mains lead are coloured in accordance with the following code: Green/yellow = earth Blue Brown Please make sure that the connection data quoted on the data plate match the household mains supply. = neutral = live
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