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Tecnik Hob Operating And Assembly Instructions Manual

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Type: Operating And Assembly Instructions
Category: Hob
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PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY

Operating and

Assembly Instructions

This appliance must be operated in accordance with the
instructions given in this manual. It is for domestic use only in
the preparation and cooking of food and should be built into a
fitted kitchen unit.

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Tecnik Appliances
2 Brindley Road
Old Trafford
Manchester M169 HQ

. 9000311156 A

 


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 Safety precautions ................................................................. 

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 Before using for the first time ......................……………........ 

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Cleaning and maintenance 

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 Enamel surfaces ……………………………………………………..….. 

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lmportant notes

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 Preventing damages ……………………………………………….….. 

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Technical Assistance Service

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Packaging and old appliances

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Electric hotplates

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 Disposing in an environmentally-responsible manner … 

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Warnings for use

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Hob installation

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 Safety precautions ……………………………………………………… 

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 Before installing ……………………………………………………………

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 Operation ……………………………………………………………....……. 

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 Preparing the kitchen unit ……………………………………………

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 Stainless steel surfaces ………………………………………………..

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 Hob installation ……………………………………………………………. 

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 Warranty conditions ……………………………………………………. 

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 Hob connection …………………………………………………………… 

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 Removal of cooking hob …………………………………………….  

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Important notes

Read these instructions carefully. Reading these 
instructions will enable you to use yopur appliance safely 
and effectively.
These operating instructions should be retained, and 
passed onto the owner if the appliance is sold.

The manufacturer is exempt from all responsibility 
resulting from non-compliance with the requirements 
of this manual.

Safety precautions

All installation and connection operations must be 
carried out by an authorised technician, in line with legal 
regulations and guidelines in force in the country, and 
local electricity providers’ guidelines. It is recommended 
that you call our Technical Assistance Service for any of 
these jobs.
This appliance has been designed for home use only.
Do not tamper with the appliance’s interior. If necessary, 
call our Technical Assistance Service.
Do not switch on the appliance if it is damaged in any 
way. Contact our Technical Assistance Service.
The surfaces of cooking appliances heat up during use. 
Care must be taken when using these appliances. Keep 
out of the reach of children.
This appliance is only intended for cooking purposes, not 
as a heating system.
Fat or oil which is overheated can catch fire easily. Never 
leave fat or oil to heat up unattended. If it does catch fire, 
never use water to put the fire out. Risk of burns! Put the 
fire out by covering the pan with a lid and switch off the 
hotplate.
In the event of a malfunction, switch off the appliance’s 
power supply. For repairs, call our Technical Assistance 
Service.

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Do not clean the appliance using steam cleaners. Risk of 
electrocution!
The graphics in this instruction manual are given as a 
guide only.

Electric hotplates

Before using for the first time

To remove the new smell, switch the hotplates on to full 
power for five minutes, one by one, without placing any 
pans on top. Do not switch more than one hotplate on at 
a time. At this point it is normal to notice smoke and 
odours, but these will disappear over time.

pans on top, except during this initial heating phase.

Operation

Switching on

Setting 1: low power.
Setting 6 or 9 (depending on the model): full power

Switching off

Turn the knob clockwise to the off setting.

Tip

 It is recommended to start cooking on full power and 

then to use intermediate power levels after a few 
minutes.

Residual heat

The electric hotplates can be switched off slightly before 
the end of the cooking time. The residual heat will enable 

energy.

you to continue cooking for several minutes, thus saving 

Caution

! Do not operate the hotplates without placing 

Turn the knob anticlockwise to the required setting.

Fig. 1 or 2 depending on the model.

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Suggestions

The following suggestions are intended as a guide only. 
Increase the power for:

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large quantities of liquid,

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using pans without lids.

Warnings for use

The following advice is intended to help you save energy 

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Use pans which are suitably sized for the hotplate. The 
diameter of the base of the pan should match that of 
the hotplate, and should not be smaller.

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Use a pan with thick flat base.

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evenly on the hotplate.

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Place the pan in the centre of the hotplate. Otherwise it 
could be overturned.

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Always use the pan lids when cooking.

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Do not strike the hob and do not place excessive 
weight on it.

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Pans should be placed on the hob carefully.

Power (6 
settings)

Power (9 
settings)

Melting: chocolate, butter, gelatin

1 - 2

1 - 2

Cooking: rice, béchamel sauce, ragout

1 - 2

2 - 3

Cooking: potatoes, pasta, vegetables

2 - 3

4 - 5

Searing: stews, roast joints

2 - 3

4 - 5

Steaming: fish

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Heating, warming: ready meals

3 - 4

2 - 3 - 4 - 5

Grilling: cutlets, steaks, omelettes

4 - 5

6 - 7 - 8

Cooking and browning

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preparing large quantities of food,

Do not use damaged cookware, which does not sit 

and prevent cookware damage. Fig. 3:

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Do not cover the hob with aluminium foil or similar 
products hen cooking. This could damage the hob.

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Do not allow liquids to boil over onto the hob and 
hotplates. Use deep pans when cooking with large 
quantities of liquid.

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The hob must be kept dry. Salt water and wet pans 
can damage the hob. Do not cook with wet pans.

Any food which spills onto the hob must be cleaned off 
immediately with a dishcloth.
The hotplates should be cleaned with soap and water.
Dry the hob. Moisture may cause the hotplates to rust 
over time. Wet hotplates should be dried quickly.
To protect the surface of the hotplates, treat them using 
an oil or other protective product available on the market.
The edges of the hotplates may turn slightly yellow with 
use. This is normal. Clean the edges using a stainless 
steel cleaner.

Enamel surfaces

Clean the cooking hob using a damp cloth.
Do not use aabrasive cleaning products or scouring 
sponges. This could cause the hob to lose its shine.

Stainless steel surfaces

Over time, bluish or yellowish stains may appear on the 
hob and around the edges of the hotplates. Use stainless 
steel cleaners.
Do not use abrasive cleaning products.

Preventing damages

The hob must be kept dry. Salt water and wet pans can 
damage the hob.

Cleaning and maintenance

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Do not clean the appliance using steam cleaners; this 
could cause damage.

Technical Assistance Service

When contacting our Technical Assistance Service, 
please provide the product number (E-Nr.) and 
production number (FD) of the appliance. This 
information is given on the specifications plate of the 
appliance and can be found on the sticker in the 
instruction manual.

Warranty conditions

the company’s representative office in the country of 
pruchase. Detailed information is available from retail 
outlets.
Proof of purchase must be presented to obtain the 
benefits of the warranty.
We reserve the right to introduce changes.

If the symbol appears on the specifications plate, follow 
these instructions:

Unpack the appliance and dispose of the packaging in 
an environmentally-responsible manner.
This appliance is labelled in accordance with the 
European Directive 2002/96/EC concerning used 
electrical and electronic appliances (waste electrical and 
electronic equipment - WEEE).
The guideline determines the framework for the return 
and recycling of used appliances as applicable.

The applicable warranty conditions are those set out by 

Packaging and old appliances

Disposing in an environmentally-responsible manner

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Hob installation

These instructions must be read carefully before 
proceeding to install the appliance.

The manufacturer is exempt from all responsibility 
resulting from non-compliance with the requirements 
of this manual.

Safety precautions

All installation and connection operations must be 
carried out by an authorised technician, in line with legal 
regulations and guidelines in force in the country, and 
local electricity providers’ guidelines. It is recommended 
that you call our Technical Assistance Service for any of 
these jobs.
This appliance has been designed for home use only.
Before you begin, turn off the appliance’s electricity 
supply.
The appliance’s electrical connection cables must not be 
in contact with the hot parts of the hob. This could cause 
damageto the cable insulation.
Appliances with any electrical component must be 
earthed.
Do not tamper with the appliance’s interior. If necessary, 
call our Technical Assistance Service.

Before installing

The units next to the appliance must be made of non-
flammable materials. The laminated covering and glue 
for adhering it must be heat resistant.
This appliance cannot be installed on fridges, wasshing 
machines, dishwashers or similar.
If there is a drawer underneath the appliance, it must not 
contain temperature sensitive or easily inflammable 
objects, e. g. aerosols or shoe polish. Only use heat-
resistant drawers.

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An oven must have power ventilation to install a hob 
above it. Check the oven’s dimensions in its installation 
manual.

Preparing the kitchen unit

If there is no oven below the cooking hob, place a non-
inflammable separator (e. g. metal or plywood) 10mm 
from the bottom of the cooking hob. This will prevent 
access to the base of the hob.
On wood work surfaces varnish the cutting surfaces with 
a special glue. This protects them from water vapour 
which could collect under the work surface.

Hob installation

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The adhesive joint prevents water seepage. If it is 

If it is not factory installed, adhere the joint supplied on 

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Remove the clamps from the bag provided.Gently 

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Insert the cooking hob. Press the sides of the hob until 
it is supported around its entire perimeter. Center it in 

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Turn the clamps and proceed in reverse order to the 

Electrical connection

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Check that the power and voltage of the appliance 
given on the specifications plate are compatible with 
the electrical installation. 

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The cooking hobs are supplied with a power cable 
with or without a wall socket plug.
Appliances with plugs must only be connected to 
sockets that have earth wires correctly installed.

Make the appropriate size cut in the work surface. Fig. 4.

the underside of the cooking hob. Fig. 6.

factory installed (depending on model), do not move it. 

the insertion space. Fig. 8.

screw the clamps into the holes indicated. Fig. 7.

installation. Fig. 9.

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Provide an omnipolar cut-off switch with a minimum 
contact separation of 3mm (except in plug 
connections, so long as the user has access to it).

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This appliance is type “Y”: The entrance cable can 
only be changed by the Technical Assistance Service, 

section must be respected.

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The hob is fitted with a 6 x 1,5mm2 electrical cable 
made of silicone suitable for a 220-230V, 2 phase 

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For safety reasons, the earthwire must be the first to 
connect, and the last to disconnect.

Removal of cooking hob

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Turn off the appliance’s electricity supply.

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Unscrew the clamps and proceed in reverse order to 
the installation.

and not by the user. The cable type and minimum 

connection. For any other connectioon, 

see figure 5.

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