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Take care to avoid burns and scalds when you are reaching across the hotplate. Use pans with flat bases. They are more stable than pans which are warped. Do not use pans with very heavy handles which cause the pan to tip. Put pans on the centre of the burners. Position pan handles so they cannot be accidentally knocked. Take extra care when you are deep fat frying. Do not cover the pan with a lid. Do not leave a pan unattended. If the pan catches fire, leave it where it is and turn off all controls. Place a damp cloth or a fitting lid over the pan to smother the flames. Never put water on the fire.
Leave the pan to cool for 30 minutes. If you are using a Wok we recommend it has a flat base as it will stand stable on the pan supports. If you use a round based Wok with a collar support, the collar must be of the open wire work type. A closed collar will affect the performance of the burner. Before you use the Wok make sure that the collar is stable on the pan supports. Always follow the instructions that come with the Wok.
8 Do not use the lid as a work surface or chopping board. This could damage the glass and reduce 11
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Keep flames under the base of pans. If the flames lick round the sides of the pans you are wasting gas. Only heat the amount of liquid you need. Do not overfill pans. Cover pans with a lid whenever possible. The food will heat up more quickly and there will be less steam in the kitchen. Try cooking more than one vegetable in the same pan, for example potatoes and carrots.
Cut vegetables into smaller pieces. This way they will cook more quickly. A pressure cooker will save time and energy.
Before you use the ovens you should wipe them out with a damp cloth to remove any dust.
Main oven - There are zones of heat within the oven. The temperature in the middle is the gas mark you have chosen. The top of the oven is slightly hotter and the lower shelf slightly cooler. The base of the oven is quite a lot cooler. You can make use of these heat zones when you are cooking foods that need different temperatures all at the same time. If you are cooking more than one tray of similar items, for example cakes or biscuits, swap the trays around during cooking. Or you can remove the top tray when the food is cooked and move the lower tray to the higher shelf to finish cooking. Second oven - You should turn food round during the cooking time.
You do not need to preheat the main or second oven for casseroling and so on. Preheat the ovens for baking or when you are cooking sensitive food such as Yorkshire puddings, souffls and yeast mixtures. When you are cooking or reheating frozen or chilled food read the instructions on the packaging. When you are using the second oven to reheat food you should preheat the oven to gas mark 8. When you need to preheat the oven, we recommend you do so for 20 minutes.
Condensation may form on the appliance. This is quite normal and nothing to worry about. The condensation forms when heat and moisture are present, for example during cooking. Whenever possible try to make sure that food which contains a lot of moisture, for example casseroles, are covered. If you do notice any condensation, wipe it up straight away.
Oven cooking chart
Oven cooking chart - Main oven
These instructions are for cooking in the oven after it has been pre-heated for 20 minutes. If you are cooking more than one tray of similar items, for example cakes or biscuits, swap the trays around during cooking or you can take the top tray out of the oven when the food is cooked and move the lower tray to the higher shelf to finish cooking. Always leave at least one shelf position between shelves to allow heat to circulate. The recommended shelf positions give the best results. Put the dishes in the centre of the shelf. You can change the gas marks and cooking times to suit your own tastes. It is important to check that food is piping hot before serving. If you are using both ovens at the same time you may need to adjust the cooking times. 16 Food Roasting meat: Beef Lamb Pork and Veal Gas mark 5 Shelf position 4 Approximate cooking time Rare: Medium: Well Done: Medium: Well Done: Medium: Well Done: 20 mins. per kg (1lb) and 30 mins. 25 mins. per kg (1lb) and 25 mins. 30 mins. per kg (1lb) and 30 mins. 25 mins. per kg (1lb) and 25 mins. 30 mins. per kg (1lb) and 30 mins. 30 mins. per kg (1lb) and 30 mins. 35 mins. per kg (1lb) and 35 mins.
Thaw frozen joints thoroughly before cooking them.
Food Poultry: Chicken Turkey below 4.5kg (10lbs) over 4.5kg (10lbs) Duck and duckling Stuffed poultry
Approximate cooking time
20 mins. per kg (1lb) and 20 mins. 25 mins. per kg (1lb) and 25 mins. or mins. per kg (1lb) and 15 mins. 25 mins. per kg (1lb) Cook as above but calculate weight including stuffing.
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3) TO CANCEL THE MINUTE MINDER
If you change your mind and want to cancel the minute minder. Press and release button (1). See Fig 9. Press and hold button (1) and the display will count down in one minute intervals to 0.00. See fig 10. Release button (1). After a few seconds the time of day will show in the display. See Fig 11
Please note: There is no slow cook on the second oven. The slow cook setting gives a very low heat in the oven. It is particularly useful when you are cooking soups, stews and casseroles because the long slow cooking will make cheaper, tougher cuts of meat more tender. You need to cook food at gas mark 6 for 30 minutes before you turn the oven down to the slow cook setting. This makes sure that the temperature of the food gets hot enough to start the food cooking.
Turn to S
Some foods such as pastry and biscuits are not suitable for slow cooking because the temperature is too low. Cover all food during cooking to prevent it from drying out. You can uncover food for the last half hour if it is normally served golden brown.
Food preparation - slow cooking
Joints of meat and poultry
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Do not cook meat joints over 2.7kg (6lb). Do not cook poultry over 2kg (4lb 8oz). Cook in the middle of the oven or above. Cook stuffing separately. Cook for a minimum of 6 hours. Joints of pork must only be cooked if you can ensure, by using a meat thermometer, that an internal temperature of at least 88oC has been reached. For good air circulation always stand joints on a rack in a roasting tin or casserole. Thaw all frozen meat and poultry before cooking. Prime cuts of meat do not benefit from slow cooking. Remove excess fat and skin unless browned first. Cook for 30 minutes at gas mark 6, then reduce to the slow cook setting.
Soups, casseroles and stews
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Do not cook casseroles over 2.7kg (6lb). Bring to the boil on the hotplate then cook on slow cook. Cook in the middle of the oven or above. Cover food with a tight fitting lid or tin foil. Cut into small pieces. Dried beans must be pre-soaked then boiled in an open pan for 15 minutes before adding to any dish. Place vegetables under meat in casseroles. Cover food with a tight fitting lid or tin foil. Cook for 30 minutes at gas mark 6, then reduce to the slow cook setting. Cover the cereal with boiling water and allow to stand for 30 minutes. Drain and make the pudding in the usual way. Cook for 30 minutes at gas mark 6, then reduce to the slow cook setting.
General points for slow cooking Frozen foods
Thaw thoroughly before cooking.
Toss meat in flour for casseroles. Blend cornflour with water and add at the end of cooking.
Flavours are retained because there is little evaporation. Adjust at the end of the cooking time.
Reduce normal liquid quantities slightly as there is little evaporation during cooking time.
Milk and milk products, for example cream
Add these towards the end of cooking to prevent them from curdling.
Left over food should be cooled quickly and refrigerated Do not reheat food using the slow cook setting. Reheat food conventionally or in a microwave. Food must only be reheated once. 25
Care and cleaning
Care and cleaning For your safety
For hygiene and safety reasons you must keep this gas appliance clean. A build up of fat or other foodstuff could cause a fire. Try to mop up spills and splashes as soon as they happen. But be careful as parts of the cooker will be hot. Do not use any polishes, caustic cleaners, abrasives, washing soda or soap powder except those recommended in this booklet. Please note: If we recommend you use hot soapy water we mean hot water with washing up liquid in it and not any other cleaning product. If you own a dishwasher please read the operating instructions for the machine before you wash any part of your appliance in it. Clean your appliance regularly using a cloth that has been wrung out in hot soapy water. Rinse and polish it dry using a soft cloth. When you remove parts of your appliance for cleaning do not plunge them into water whilst they are very hot as this may damage the finish of the parts.
Clean the hotplate top using a mild abrasive such as 'Cif'. Take care not to damage the spark electrodes. If the spark electrodes are damaged the burners will not light. You can remove the pan supports, burner caps and burner crowns to clean them. Again take care not to damage the spark electrodes. If any food spills during cooking you can place the pan on another burner to finish cooking. Then you can remove the dirty parts and clean them before the spill 'burns on'.
The inside of the ovens is finished in vitreous enamel. You should clean the ovens regularly using hot soapy water and mild abrasives or a soap filled pad such as 'Brillo'. If you use any oven cleaners they must have the Vitreous Enamel Development Council (VEDC) seal of approval. Follow the instructions on the cleaning agent and protect the oven burner with aluminium foil to prevent it becoming blocked. You can replace the oven roof if you need to. You may order this from your supplier. When you are ordering quote part number 359001018.
Cleaning between the outer and inner door glass.
You can remove the glass from the oven and grill doors if you need to. Note: For top oven door it is important not to open the door when the glass is removed because the door is lighter and it will spring shut.
To remove the outer glass
1 Open the door so you can get at the two cross head screws on the top of the door. Note: Open top oven door slightly to access screws. 2 Loosen these two screws using a pozidrive screwdriver. 3 You should hold the door glass securely in place with one hand, whilst removing the screws completely, with the other hand. If you do not do this, the door glass could fall forward. 4 Using both hands, gently tilt the top of the door glass towards you. Lift it slightly to disengage the locators at the bottom of the door.
5 Clean the outer and inner glass using hot soapy water and mild abrasives such as 'Cif'. DO NOT try to clean the foil which is inside the door. The foil is there to keep the door cool, if it is damaged it will not work. 6 Replace the glass by holding it in both hands and gently placing the locators into the holes of the brackets at the bottom of the door, and make sure the screw location holes line up. 7 Hold the glass in place with one hand and replace the cross head screws into the location holes, with the other hand. 8 Tighten the screws using a pozidrive screwdriver. Close the door.
Cleaning The Door Glass
To prevent damaging or weakening the door glass panels avoid the use of the following: Household detergents and bleaches Impregnated pads unsuitable for non-stick saucepans Brillo/Ajax pads or steel wool pads Chemical oven pads or aerosols Rust removers Bath/Sink stain removers If the door glass panel becomes chipped or has deep scratches the glass will be weakened and must be replaced to prevent the possibility of the panel shattering. Please contact your local Service Force Centre who will be pleased to advise further.
Installing the appliance For your safety
This appliance must be installed and serviced by a competent person as stated in the Gas Safety (Installation & Use) regulations current editions and the IEE Wiring Regulations. It is important that the appliance is suitable for your gas supply. Your installer should check the rating plate. Make sure that a stability bracket is fitted.
Location For your safety
The use of a gas cooking appliance results in the production of heat and moisture in the room in which it is installed. Ensure that the kitchen is well ventilated: keep natural ventilation holes open or install a mechanical ventilation device (mechanical extractor hood). Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may call for additional ventilation, for example opening of a window, or more effective ventilation, for example increasing the level of mechanical ventilation where present. For further details see page 40. 30
The diagram shows how close to the appliance cupboards, shelves, curtains and so on can be fitted. Look at the diagram and carefully read the instructions to make sure your appliance is fitted safely. If you are in doubt your installer will give you advice. Do not fit any materials which may catch fire, for example wood or curtains behind the appliance. Base units which are higher than the hotplate must be 100mm away.
If a cooker hood is fitted check the cooker hood installation instructions. We recommend that cabinets fitted next to or above the appliance meet British Standards. Your installer will give you advice if you are not sure.
Height to hotplate: Width: Depth: 900mm - 920mm (adjusted by four screw feet) 594mm 600mm (to front of door panel)
General information For your safety
Do not block any of the appliance vents. Never line any part of the appliance with foil. Don't let items which can catch fire or electric mains leads such as kettle flexes trail over any part of the appliance.
Moving your appliance
You may damage some soft or badly fitted floor coverings when you move the appliance. The floor covering under the appliance should be securely fixed so it does not ruck up when you move the appliance across it. Alternatively you could remove the floor covering. To move the appliance open the second oven door. Raise the appliance off its front feet by lifting it from inside the oven. Pull the appliance forward. When you replace the appliance push it back to the stop and make sure there is the same gap at each rear corner.
Do not try to disconnect the appliance from the gas supply if the supply pipe does not have a bayonet connection, as described in the installation instructions. If this is the case contact the person who installed the appliance.
Connecting to the electricity supply For your safety
This appliance must be earthed and protected by a 3 amp fuse. The plug supplied with the appliance can be fitted directly to a suitable three pin earthed socket. Ensure the plug is accessible to the user. If you have to change the fuse replace it with a 3 amp fuse which has been ASTA approved to BS 1362. Do not use the plug until you have put the fuse cover back on. If the fuse cover is lost you can get a replacement from an electrical retailer. The correct replacement can be identified by marking or colour coding. If you cut the plug off dispose of it safely as it will be a shock hazard if it is inserted into a 13 amp socket elsewhere in the house. 32
If the ignition system doesn't work there may be a fault with the electrical supply. First, check the socket by trying out another piece of electrical equipment in it, if that works correctly renew the fuse in the plug. If the fuse keeps failing there is a fault in the appliance which must be put right. Do not use a fuse with a rating higher than 3 amps. Do not carry out other electrical work. Unplug the appliance and tell your installer.
Replacing the oven light bulb
You need a 25 Watt small Edison screw with a temperature rating of T300. Make sure the oven is cool before you replace a bulb. Unplug the appliance. Open the oven door and remove the oven shelves. Place palm of hand at top of lens flat against oven side. Use fingers to lever lens away from housing. Unscrew the bulb by turning it to the left. Fit a new bulb and then replace the glass bulb cover. Replace the oven shelves. Plug the appliance back into the electricity supply. The oven light bulb is not covered by the manufacturer's guarantee.
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What is wrong and why?
We strongly recommend that you carry out the following checks on your appliance before calling your local Service Force Centre.
The oven, grill or hotplate will not light.
If only the hotplate burners will not light make sure that the burner parts have been replaced correctly. See instructions on page 27. If you cannot hear any sparking when you press the ignition button there may be a fault with the electrical supply. First check the socket by trying out another piece of electrical equipment in it. If that works, renew the fuse in the plug. Use a 3 amp fuse. If the fuse 'blows' again there is a fault on the appliance. Do not use a fuse with a rating higher than 3 amps. Do not carry out other electrical work. Unplug the appliance and tell your installer. If the appliance will not light because there is an electrical power failure such as a power cut you cannot use the main oven. All other burners may be lit with a match. Check that there is not a problem with your gas supply. You can do this by making sure that other gas appliances such as your central heating or gas fire are working.
Natural Gas R.H.R. L.H.R. 2.0kW 2.0kW (6824 Btu/h) (6824 Btu/h) L.P.Gas R.H.R. L.H.R. 2.0kW 2.0kW (143.7 g/h) (143.7 g/h) 072 072
L.H.F 2.8kW (9554 Btu/h) 130
R.H.F. 1.0kW (71.85 g/h) 051
L.H.F. 2.7kW (194 g/h) 083
Heat Input Injector Marking Thermostat By-Pass Marking
Natural Gas 2.4kW (8189Btu/h) Natural Gas 2.4kW (8189 Btu/h) 108 0.53kW (1808 Btu/h)
L.P.Gas 2.4kW (172.4 g/h) L.P.Gas 2.4kW (172.4 g/h) 078 0.62kW (445 g/h)
Heat Input Injector Marking Dual Control By-pass
Ignition Spark Gap H. T. Spark 3-4mm
COUNTRIES OF DESTINATION
GB, IE GB, IE
IMPORTANT - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS
This appliance must be installed in accordance with the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations Current Editions and the I.E.E. Wiring Regulations. Detailed recommendations are contained in the following British Standard Codes of Practice - BS.6172, BS.5440: Part 2 and B.S.6891. All British Standards must be 'Current Editions'.
PROVISION FOR VENTILATION
This appliance is not connected to a combustion products evacuation device. It shall be installed and connected in accordance with the current installation regulations. Particular attention shall be given to the relevant requirements regarding ventilation. The room containing the appliance should have an air supply in accordance with BS. 5440: Part 2 Current Edition. All rooms require an openable window or equivalent and some rooms will require a permanent vent as well. For room volumes up to 5m an air vent of 100cm is required: for room volumes between 5m and 10m an air vent of 50cm is required. If the room has a door that opens directly to the outside, no air vent is required. For room volumes that exceed 11m no air vent is required. If there are other fuel burning appliances in the same room, BS.5440: Part 2 Current Edition should be consulted to determine the requisite air vent requirements. Prolonged intensive use of the appliance may call for additional ventilation, for example opening a window, or more effective ventilation, for example increasing the level of mechanical ventilation where present.
(A) 300mm Fig.2a Fig.2b
4. CONNECTING TO GAS
This appliance is designed to be installed with an appliance flexible connection only. Supply piping should not be less that R/8. Connection is made to the Rc (" B.S.P.) female threaded entry pipe located just below the hotplate level on the rear left hand side of the appliance. NOTE: ONLY LIQUID SEALANTS TO BE USED WHEN INLET GAS PIPE IS FITTED TO SHUT OFF VALVE I.E.: DO NOT USE P.T.F.E. SEALANT TAPE. Check for gas soundness after connecting to the gas supply. The gas bayonet connector must be fitted in the shaded area indicated in Fig.3. Take into account that it must be possible to pull the appliance forward sufficiently. The hose must not get caught on the stability bracket. IMPORTANT: FLEXIBLE TUBING USED MUST COMPLY WITH BS. 669 CURRENT EDITION. L.P.G. FLEXIBLE CONNECTIONS MUST BE OF A TYPE SUITABLE FOR L.P.G. AND CAPABLE OF OPERATION UP TO 50 mbar AND TO CARRY A RED STRIPE, BAND OR LABEL.
5. CONNECTION TO THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED. DO NOT EARTH THIS APPLIANCE TO THE GAS SUPPLY PIPING. This appliance must be connected to 220V-240V A.C. 50Hz supply. It is supplied with 2 metres of 5 amp 3 core cable incorporating a moulded 13 amp plug , fitted with a 3 amp fuse, which can be plugged directly into the nearest suitable socket. Ensure the plug is accessible to the user. If this is not long enough, the supply cable can be replaced totally by a longer cable at least 0.75mm nominal cross sectional area (24/0.2mm). IF THE MOULDED PLUG IS CUT FROM THE CABLE FOR ANY REASON, IT MUST BE DESTROYED OR DISPOSED OF SAFELY, AS THE PROTRUDING Fig.4 WIRES WILL BE AN ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD. If any other type of plug is used it should incorporate a 5 amp fuse in either the plug or adapter or at the distribution board. If the cable has to be threaded through small apertures in cabinets etc., it may be disconnected from the appliance, then re-connected to as shown in Fig.4. DO NOT EXTEND THE CABLE USING PLASTIC OR CERAMIC CONNECTION TERMINAL BLOCKS AND/OR INSULATION TAPE. ALL EXTERNAL WIRING BETWEEN THE APPLIANCE AND THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SHALL COMPLY WITH I.E.E. WIRING REGULATIONS.
If the wiring is extended or a completely new cable fitted a 3-pin 13 amp plug should be fitted. (See Fig.4a). Connect the wires as follows: BROWN to the Live Terminal. BLUE to the Neutral Terminal. GREEN and YELLOW to the Earth Terminal. As the colours of the wires in the mains lead which you fit may not correspond with the coloured markings identifying the terminals in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is GREEN and YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter 'E' or by the earth symbol or coloured GREEN or GREEN and YELLOW. The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter 'N' or coloured BLACK. Fig.4a The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal which is marked with the letter 'L' or coloured RED. FIT A 3 AMP FUSE TO THE PLUG HOLDER. Ensure that the supply cable cannot get caught by the stability bracket. Plug in the appliance.
6. PRESSURE TESTING
1 The oven injector is used as a pressure test point. Remove the oven furniture. Remove oven burner box retaining clips (one spring clip from each side) and remove box front cover. Replace one clip back into the right hand side of the burner box. Remove oven burner by removing the spring clip from the right hand side of the oven burner and slide burner off injector whilst easing it forward and taking care not to strain the F.S.D. phial. Connect the pressure gauge to the oven injector. Check the supply pressure by turning the thermostat on and one hotplate tap full on and light the appropriate burner. The pressure should be either:(i) For Natural Gas 20mbar (ii) For LP.GasThe pressure must be set to 28 mbar for use on butane or 37 mbar for use on propane. Turn off the taps, disconnect the pressure gauge and replace oven burner and cover, ensuring that the F.S.D. phial is correctly located into the bracket on the burner. Check operation of oven.
7. CHECKING THE GRILL
Place the grill pan containing the grid into the grill compartment. Light the grill burner by turning the grill tap to its full on position and pushing the ignition button. As soon as the burner is lit the button can be released.
8. CHECKING THE HOTPLATE
Lift the lid. Fit the burner crowns and caps ensuring that they are correctly seated. Fit the pan supports. Check each of the hotplate burners in turn by turning the hotplate tap to it's full on position and pushing the ignition button. As soon as the burners are lit the button can be released.
9. CHECKING LID SHUT-OFF DEVICE
1. 2. 3. 4. Lift the lid. Turn one hotplate burner tap to its full on position and push the ignition button. Close lid. There should now be no gas supply to the hotplate and the burner will go out. Turn off the hotplate tap and lift the lid. The gas supply should now be restored to the hotplate. When the tap is turned on.
11. CHECKING THE MAIN OVEN
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Turn the main oven thermostat to Mk.9 and check that there is sparking from the ignition system. This should continue until the oven burner is alight. When the oven burner lights up the sparking should cease, there should be a low gas rate at first to the oven burner which is the flame supervision device (F.S.D.) by pass rate. When the F.S.D. phial has heated up it opens the F.S.D. valve and the main gas stream flows to the burner. After 1 minute check that the flames covers the full width of the burner and is stable. Set the oven thermostat to Mk.2, close the oven door and check that after about 10 minutes the flame has reduced in size. Turn off the thermostat and check that the oven flames go out.
12. CHECKING THE SECOND OVEN
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Turn the second oven thermostat control knob anticlockwise to Mk8 and press the ignition button. As soon as the burner is alight the button can be released. When the oven burner lights up there should be a low gas rate at first to the oven burner which is the F.S.D. by-pass rate. When the F.S.D. phial has heated up it opens the F.S.D. valve and the main gas stream flows to the burner. After 1 minute check that the flames covers the full width of the burner and is stable. Set the oven control to Mk. 2, close the oven door and check that after approx. 10 minutes the flame size has reduced. Turn off the control knob and check that the oven flames go out.
13. TO SET THE TIME OF DAY
To set the clock (See Fig 5).
1. Turn on electricity supply and ensure that the thermostat is in the off position. 2. Press buttons (1) and (2) together. 3. Release buttons, 0.00 will appear in the display. Within 5 seconds press button (2), 12.00 will show in the display.
4. Within 5 seconds press and hold either button (1) to decrease or button (2) to increase the time until the correct time of day on the 24 hour clock is reached, e.g.14.30.
14. MINUTE MINDER OPERATION
The minuet minder gives an audible reminder at the end of any period of cooking up to 23 hours and 59 minutes. To set press button (1) and the display will read 0.00. Release button (1) and press and hold button (2). The display will count up in one minute intervals until the interval to be timed is reached, eg 30 minutes. If necessary press and hold button (1) to achieve the correct time interval. The bell symbol will show in the display. The minute minder will begin to count down once set. The time of day will show in the display. To show the remainder of the cook time press button (1). At the end of the time period an audible signal will sound for up to 2 minutes. The bell symbol will flash and the time of day will show in the display. To stop the sound press button (1). The bell symbol will go out and show the time of day eg 15.00.
15. CHECKING THE MAIN OVEN LIGHT
Turn the main oven thermostat knob full on and check that the main oven light is operative. Turn off the thermostat.
Instruct the user on how to use the appliance and its ignition system. Refer the user to the wording in the inside cover which gives advice on the safe operation of the appliance.
Contents Check List
Note: If you require relacements of the item listed below please contact your local Service Force Centre quoting the relevant part number. The loose contents of this pack include:No. OFF DESCRIPTION Main Oven shelves Grill pan grid (311419801) Grill pan (small) DIP(311409401) Detachable grill pan handle(311468100) Grill/second oven shelf Burner crowns Burner caps Pan supports (large)
Note : If you require an additional handle for your grill pan. This can be ordered from your local Service Force Centre by quoting part number 311479800/6
In line with our continuing policy of research and development, we reserve the right to alter models and specifications without prior notice. This instruction booklet is accurate at the date it was printed, but will be superseded if specification or appearance are changed.
No. Off Maker's Part Number 337000502 359033302
Description Burner Cap - Rapid Burner Cap - Normal Burner Cap - Simmer Burner Crown - Rapid - N.G. Burner Crown - Rapid - L.P.G. Burner Crown - Normal Burner Crown - Simmer Pan Support
NOTE : Failure to use manufacturers original spares could negate normal BSI approval of the product
PARKINSON COWAN 55 - 77 HIGH STREE, SLOUGH, BERKSHIRE, SL1 1DZ TELEPHONE 950950 Part Number:311642300
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