MAYER MMGH310H Built-In Gas Hob User Manual

MAYER MMGH310H Built-In Gas Hob User Manual & troubleshooting

MAYER MMGH310H Built-In Gas Hob User Manual  & troubleshooting 1MMGH310H
MMGH320H

Built-In Gas Hob
USER MANUAL
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
To avoid the risk of accidents or damage to the appliance.
it is essential to read those instructions before it is installed or used fa the first time.

Components and Features

A. Work Burners
B. Auxiliary Burners (Small)
C. Auxiliary Burners (Big)
D. Support Grid for Cookware
E. Control Knobs for Gas Burners
F. Ignitor for Gas Burners
G. Safety Device (only on certain models)

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Description of the Appliances

The ranges of hotplates, which can be used built-in, are supplied with one or two burners with glass panels.. Each burner, which is operated by an FSD/plug type gas valve, is controlled by metal control knobs positioned on the top of the panel, each burner incorporates a flame supervision device(Thermocouple). The appliance incorporated a battery supply of 1.5V that operates the ignition system.
The detailed differences between the models are listed below:

Table 1

Model number Burner Variants
Work burner Auxiliary burner Total Dimensions
MMGH31OH (LPG) 1 0 4.5kW(327g/h) (300 X 510)mm
MMGH320H (LPG) 0 2 4.3kW(312g/h) (300 X 510)mm
Note: Work burner = Rated at 4.5kW.
Auxiliary burner(small) = Rated at 1.7kW
Auxiliary burner (big) = Rated at 2.6kW.

 

Model number Burner Variants
Work burner Auxiliary burner Total Dimensions
MMGH310H (TG) 1 0 4.0kW (300 X 510)mm
MMGH320H (TG) 0 2 4.8kW (300 X 510)mm
Work burner = Rated at 4.0kW.
Auxiliary burner(small) = Rated at 2.0kW
Auxiliary burner (big) = Rated at 2.8kW.

 

Burner Injector size (mm) Injector marking Full rate
kW
For LPG
Work Inner ring 0.42 42 4.5
Outer ring 0.58 58
Auxiliary(small) 0.65 65 1.7
Auxiliary  (big) 0.80 80 2.6
Burner Injector size (mm) Injector marking Full rate
kW
For TG(G110)
Work Inner ring 1.20 120 4.0
Outer ring 1.75 175
Auxiliary(small) 1.95 195 2.0
Auxiliary  (big) 2.30 230 2.8

Rating Label

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How To Use Your Appliance

The position of the corresponding gas burner is indicated on each control knob.
Gas Burners
The burners differ in size and power. Choose the most appropriate one for the diameter of the cookware being used.
The burner can be regulated with the corresponding control knob by using one of the following settings:

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To turn on one of the burners, please press the corresponding knob all the way in and turn in the counter-clockwise direction to the “high” setting.( On those models fitted with safety devices, the user must keep the knob pressed down until the burner ignites for approximately 3 seconds to allow the safety device to heat up.)
Caution: If the burner accidentally goes out, turn off the gas with the control knob and try to light it again after waiting at least 1 minute.
To Turn off a burner, turn the knob in the clockwise direction until it stops (it should be on the “●” setting).
Use the appropriate cookware, whose diameter is shorter than the hot plates’ for each burner in order to save energy.

How To Keep Your Cooktop in Shape

Before cleaning or performing maintenance on your appliance, disconnect it from the gas supply. To extend the life of the cooktop, it is absolutely indispensable that it be cleaned carefully and thoroughly on a frequent basis, keeping in mind the following:
Do not use steam equipment to clean the appliance.
The enameled parts top, if present, must be washed with warm water without using abrasive powders or corrosive substances which could ruin them;
The removable parts of the burners should be washed frequently with warm water and soap, Make sure to remove caked-on substances;
On cooktops with automatic ignition, the end of the electronic ignition device must be cleaned carefully and frequently, making sure that the gas holes are not clogged;
Stainless steel can be stained if it remains in contact with highly calcareous water or aggressive detergents (containing phosphorous) for an extended period of time. It is recommended that these parts be rinsed thoroughly with water and then dried well. It is also a good idea to clean up any spills. (as above Fig. a)
Greasing the Taps
The taps may jam in time or they may become difficult to turn. If so, the tap itself must be replaced.
N.B.: This operation must be performed by a technician authorized by the manufacturer.

Practical Advice

Practical Advice on Using the Burners
For best performance, follow these general guidelines:
Use the appropriate cookware for each burner (see table) in order to prevent the flame from reaching the sides of the pot or pan;
Always use cookware with a flat bottom and keep the lid on;
When the contents come to a boil, turn the knob to “Low”

Burner Ø cookware diameter (cm)
Work Burners (A) 24-26
Auxiliary Burner (B) 12-22

Safety Is a Good Habit to Get Into

To maintain the Efficiency and Safety of this appliance, we recommend: Call only the Service Centers authorized by the manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to avoid a hazard.
Always use original Spare Parts.
This Manual is for a class 3 built-in or class 2 built with an oven beneath.
This appliance is designed for non-professional use in the home and its features and technical characteristics must not be modified.
These instructions are only valid for the countries the symbols which appear on the manual and the serial plate.

Prevent children and the disabled from coming into contact or having access to the following, as they are possible sources of danger:
The controls and the appliance in general;
The packaging (plastic bags, polystyrene, nails, etc.);
The appliance, immediately after use given the heat generated by its use.
The appliance when no longer installed (in this case, all potentially dangerous parts must be made safe).
The following should be avoided:
Using the appliance with bare feet;
Improper and/or dangerous use;
Obstructing the ventilation or heat dissipation slots;
Allowing the power supply cord of small appliances to come into contact with the hot parts of the cooktop.

Exposure to atmospheric agents (rain, sun);
Using flammable liquids nearby;
Using adaptors, multiple outlet plugs, and/or extensions;
Using unstable or deformed cookware;
Trying to install or repair the appliance without the assistance of qualified personnel.

The assistance of qualified personnel must be called upon in the following cases:
Installation (in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions)
When in doubt about the operation of the appliance;

Contact service centers authorized by the manufacturer, its service agent or similarly qualified persons in the following cases:
When in doubt about the condition of the appliance after having removed the packing;
In the case of a breakdown or malfunction: ask for original spare parts.
It is recommended that you follow the guidelines below:
Only use the appliance to cook food, avoiding all other uses.
Check the condition of the appliance after it has been unpacked.
When not in use, take out the battery and turn off the gas valve (if present);
Always check to make sure that the control knobs are on the “●”/”o” set when the appliance is not in use;
The manufacturer or distributor will not hold liable for any damages arising out of: incorrect installation or improper, incorrect, or unreasonable use.

Is there a problem?

It may occur that the cooktop does not function or does not function properly. Before calling customer service for assistance, let’s see what can be done.
First of all, check to see that there are no interruptions in the gas and battery supplies, and, in particular, that the gas valves for the mains are open.
The burner does not light or the flame is not uniform around and burner.
Check to make sure that:
The gas holes on the burner are not clogged;
All of the movable parts that make up the burner are mounted correctly;
There are no draughts around and cooking surfaces.
The burner does not remain on when set to “Low”.
Check to make sure that:
The Gas holes are not clogged.
There are no draughts near the cooking surface.
Their minimum has been adjusted correctly (see the section entitled, “Minimum Regulation”).
The cookware is not stable.
Check to make sure that:
The bottom of the cookware is perfectly flat.
The cookware is centered correctly on the burner.
The support grids have not been inverted.
If, despite all of these checks, the cooktop does not function properly and the problem persists, call the nearest Customer Service Centre, informing them of:
The type of problem.
The abbreviation used to identify the model (Mod. ….) as indicated on the top panel.
Never call upon technicians not authorized by the manufacturer or its service agent, and refuse to accept spare parts that are not original.

Installation Instructions for Built-In

The following instructions are intended for the installer so that the installation and maintenance procedures may be followed in the most professional and expert manner possible.
Positioning
This appliance may only be installed and operated in permanently ventilated rooms in compliance with provisions laid down by current regulations and standards. The following
the requirement must be observed:
A)The room must be fitted with a ventilation system that vents smoke and gases from combustion to the outside. This is must be done by means of a hood or electric ventilator that turns on automatically each time the hood is operated.

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B)The room must also allow for the influx of the air needed for proper combustion. The flow of air for combustion purposes must not be less than 2 m 3 /h per kW of installed capacity. The supply of said air can be affected by means of direct influx from the outside through a duct with an inner cross-section of at least 100 cm 2 which must not be able to be accidentally blocked. Those appliances which are not fitted with a safety device to prevent the flame from accidentally going out must have a ventilation opening twice the size otherwise required, i.e.a minimum of 200 cm 2 (Fig. A). Otherwise, the room can be vented indirectly through adjacent rooms fitted with ventilation ducts to the outside as described above, as long as the adjacent rooms are not shared areas, bedrooms, or present the risk of fire (Fig. B).

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C)Intensive and prolonged use of the appliance may necessitate supplemental ventilation, e.g. opening a window or increasing the power of the air intake system (if present)

D) Liquefied petroleum gases are heavier than air and as a result, settle downwards. Rooms in which LPG tanks are installed must be fitted with ventilation openings to the outside in order to allow the gas to escape in the event of a leak. Therefore, LPG tanks, whether empty or partially full, must not be installed or stored in rooms or spaces below ground level (cellars, etc.). It is also a good idea to keep only the tank currently being used in the room, making sure that it is not near sources of heat (ovens, fireplaces, stoves, etc.) that could raise the internal temperature of the tank above 50℃.
Installation of Built-In cooktops
The appliance can be installed next to furniture units that are no taller than the top of the cooker hob. The wall in direct contact with the back panel of the cooker must be made of non-flammable material. During operation, the back panel of the cooker could reach a temperature of 50° C above room temperature. For proper installation of the cooker, the following precautions must be taken: If the cabinet (s) located next to the cooktop is higher than the cooktop itself, the cabinet (s) must be installed at least 600 mm from the edge cooktop;
Hoods must be installed in the accordance with the instructions contained in the installation manual for the hoods themselves, and no less than 650 mm from the cooktop.
The cabinets installed next to the hood must be located at a height of at least 420 mm from the top, (as shown in Fig. C)

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Should be cooktop be installed directly under a cupboard, later should be at least 720 mm (millimeters) from the top, as shown in Fig. C.
The dimensions of the cutout for the appliance must be those indicated in figure D. Clamps are provided to fasten the cooktop to counters measuring from 20 to 60 mm in thickness. To fasten the cooktop securely, it is recommended that all the clamps be used.

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The hob can also be installed above built-in ovens provided with cooling ventilation.
In the event the cooktop is installed above a built-in oven, a wood panel must be inserted as insulation. This panel must be placed at about 50 mm from the bottom of the cooktop itself.
Important: When installing the cooktop above a built-in oven, the oven should be placed on two wooden strips; in the case of a joining cabinet surface, remember to leave a space of at least 45 x 560 mm at the back.

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Installation of Built-In Cooktops on a CYLINDER COMPARTMENT
In the event the cooktop is installed above the cylinder compartment, a wood panel must be inserted as insulation. This panel must be placed at about 50 mm from the bottom of the cooktop itself.
The opening of this compartment has to permit the easy introduction and removal of the cylinder. The dimension of the opening and the inside of the compartment shall be at least large enough to accommodate the cylinders (with regulator fitted) which are the most commonly used in the country. The total area of the opening in the upper part shall be at least 1/100 of the floor area of the compartment. The total area of the openings of the base shall be at least 1/50 of the floor area of the compartment. The cylinder support:
Shall have sufficient mechanical strength.
Shall not let the cylinder rest directly on the ground.
Shall not sill higher than the base on which the cylinder rests.
The cylinder tap has to be readily accessible.
Overflow of liquid from pans of the hotplate shall not fall onto the cylinder or its accessories.

The flexible tube shall not be in contact with sharp edges. No internal communication shall exist between the cylinder compartment and the different parts of the appliance where burners are placed.
The ventilation openings of the compartment cannot be obstructed when the appliance is placed in position.

Gas Connection for Cooktop
The cooktop should be connected to the gas supply by an authorized installer. During the installation of this product, it is essential to fit an approved gas tap to isolate the supply from the appliance for the convenience of any subsequent removal or servicing. Connection of the appliance to the gas mains or liquid-gas tanks must be carried out according to the safety standards currently in force, and only after it is ascertained that it is suitable for the type of gas to be used. If not, follow the instructions indicated in the section entitled, If the cooktop is to be connected to tanks containing liquid gas, use pressure regulators that comply with current safety standards.
Important: To ensure that the appliance operates safely, the gas is regulated correctly and your appliance lasts over time, make sure that gas pressure levels comply with the indications given in Table 1, “Nozzle and Burner Specifications”.

Gas connection to Non-flexible Pipe
(Copper or Steel)
Connection to the gas source must be done in such a way as to not create any stress points at any part of the appliance.
The appliance is fitted with an adjustable, “L” shaped connector and a gasket for the attachment to the gas supply. Should this connector have to be turned, If leakage is found
after the connector is assembled, please replace the gasket (supplied with the appliance).
The gas feed connector to the appliance is a threaded, male 1/2” connector around the gas pipe.

Gas Connection to Flexible Steel Pipe
The gas feed connector to the appliance is a threaded, male 1/2” connector for around gas pipe.
Only use pipes, tubes and gaskets that comply with current safety codes. The maximum length of the flexible pipes must not exceed 2000 mm. Once the connection has been made, ensure that the flexible metal tube does not touch any moving parts and is not crushed.

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Check the Seal
Once the appliance has been installed, make sure all the connections are properly sealed, using a soapy water solution. Never use a flame.
How to load battery ( on those models fitted with battery box)
Open the battery box, and then place a 1.5V size “D” battery into the box.( take notice of the direction)
Note:
a) “prior to installation, ensure that the local distribution conditions (nature of the gas and gas pressure) and the adjustment of the appliance are compatible”;
b) “the adjustment conditions for this appliance are stated on the label (or data plate)”;
c) “this appliance is not connected to a combustion products evacuation device. It shall be installed and connected in accordance with current installation regulations. Particular
attention shall be given to the relevant requirements regarding ventilation”.

! CAUTION
! CAUTION: “In case of cooktop glass breakage: shut immediately off all burners and any electrical heating element and isolate the appliance from the gas supply do not touch the appliance surface, do not use the appliance.”
! CAUTION: The use of a gas cooking appliance results in the production of! heat, moisture, and products of combustion” in the room in which it is installed. Ensure that the kitchen!is well ventilated especially when the appliance is in use”: keep natural ventilation holes open or install a mechanical ventilation device (mechanical extractor hood).
! CAUTION: This appliance is for cooking purposes only. It must not be used for other purposes, for example, room heating.”
! CAUTION: “In case of hotplate glass breakage:
– shut immediately off all burners and any electrical heating elements and isolate the appliance from the power supply
– do not touch the appliance surface
– do not use the appliance.”

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