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PDF Content Summary: AFC6520WH AFC6520BL INSTRUCTION MANUAL ELECTRIC COOKER DOUBLE OVEN IO-CFS-0513 / 8071301 (11.2017 / v1) DEAR CUSTOMER, The cooker is exceptionally easy to use and extremely efficient. After reading the instruction manual, operating the cooker will be easy. Before being packaged and leaving the manufacturer, the cooker was thoroughly checked with regard to safety and functionality. Before using the appliance, please read the instruction manual carefully. By following these instructions carefully you will be able to avoid any problems in using the appliance. It is important to keep the instruction manual and store it in a safe place so that it can be consulted at any time. It is necessary to follow the instructions in the manual carefully in order to avoid possible accidents.Caution! Do not use the cooker until you have read this instruction manual. The cooker is intended for household use only. The manufacturer reserves the right to introduce changes which do not affect the operation of the appliance. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Safety instructions ............................................................................................................. 4 Description of the appliance ............................................................................................. 9 Installation ..........................................................................................................................11 Operation ........................................................................................................................... 13 Baking in the oven – practical hints ............................................................................... 18 Cleaning and maintenance .............................................................................................. 20 Technical data ................................................................................................................... 29 3 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Warning: The appliance and its accessible parts become hot during use. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements. Children less than 8 years of age shall be kept away unless continuously supervised. This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities or lack of experience and knowledge if they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance in a safe way and understand the ha- zards involved. Children shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall not be made by chil- dren without supervision. Warning: Unattended cooking on a hob with fat or oil can be dangerous and may result in fire. NEVER try to extinguish a fire with water, but switch off the appliance and then cover flame e.g. with a lid or a fire blanket. Warning: Danger of fire: do not store items on the cooking surfaces. Warning: If the surface is cracked, switch off the appliance to avoid the possibillity of electric shock. During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be taken to avoid touching heating elements inside the oven. Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away. 4 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Warning: Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven door glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering of the glass. Warning: Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibillity of electric shock. You should not use steam cleaning devices to clean the appliance. Danger of burns! Hot steam may escape when you open the oven door. Be careful when you open the oven door during or after cooking. Do NOT lean over the door when you open it. Please note that depending on the temperature the steam can be invisible. ● Always keep children away from the cooker. While in operation direct contact with the cooker may cause burns! ● Ensure that small items of household equipment, including connection leads, do not touch the hot oven or the hob as the insulation material of this equipment is usually not resistant to high temperatures. ● Do not leave the cooker unattended when frying. Oils and fats may catch fire due to overheating or boiling over. ● Do not allow the hob to get soiled and prevent liquids from boiling over onto the surface of the hob. This refers in particular to sugar which can react with the ceramic hob and cause irreversible damage. Any spillages should be cleaned up as they happen. ● Do not place pans with a wet bottom on the warmed up heating zones as this can cause irreversible changes to the hob (irremovable stains). ● Use pans that are specified by the manufacturer as designed for use with a ceramic hob. ● If any defects, deep scratches, cracks or chips appear on the ceramic hob, stop using the cooker immediately and contact the service centre. ● Do not switch on the hob until a pan has been placed on it. ● Do not use pans with sharp edges that may cause damage to the ceramic hob. ● Do not look directly at the halogen heating zones (not covered by a pan) when they are warming up. ● Do not put pans weighing over 15 kg on the opened door of the oven and pans over 25 kg on the hob. ● Do not use harsh cleaning agents or sharp metal objects to clean the door as they can scratch the surface, which could then result in the glass cracking. 5 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ● Do not use the cooker in the event of a technical fault. Any faults must be fixed by an appropriately qualified and authorised person. ● In the event of any incident caused by a technical fault, disconnect the power and report the fault to the service centre to be repaired. ● The rules and provisions contained in this instruction manual should be strictly observed. Do not allow anybody who is not familiar with the contents of this instruction manual to operate the cooker. ● The appliance has been designed only for cooking. Any other use (for example for heat- ing) does not comply with its operating profile and may cause danger. 6 HOW TO SAVE ENERGY Using energy in a respon- ● Make use of residual heat from the sible way not only saves oven. money but also helps the If the cooking time is greater than 40 environment. So let’s save minutes switch off the oven 10 minutes energy! And this is how you before the end time. can do it: ● Make sure the oven door is properly closed. ● Use proper pans for cooking. Heat can leak through spillages on the Pans with thick, flat bases can save up door seals. Clean up any spillages im- to 1/3 on electric energy. Remember to mediately. cover pans if possible otherwise you will ● Do not install the cooker in the direct use four times as much energy! vicinity of refrigerators/freezers. ● Match the size of the saucepan to the Otherwise energy consumption increases surface of the heating zone. unnecessarily. A saucepan should never be smaller than a heating zone. ● Ensure heating zones and pan bases are clean. Soils can prevent heat transfer – and repeatedly burnt–on spillages can often only be removed by products which cause damage to the environment. ● Do not uncover the pan too often (a watched pot never boils!). Do not open the oven door unnecessarily often. ● Switch off the oven in good time and make use of residual heat. For long cooking times, switch off heating zones 5 to 10 minutes before finishing cooking. This saves up to 20% on energy. ● Only use the oven when cooking larger dishes. Meat of up to 1 kg can be prepared more economically in a pan on the cooker hob. 7 UNPACKING DISPOSAL OF THE APPLIANCE

During transportation, protec- tive packaging was used to protect the appliance against any damage. After unpacking, please dispose of all elements of packaging in a way that will not cause damage to the environment. All materials used for packaging the appli- ance are environmentally friendly; they are 100% recyclable and are marked with the Old appliances should not sim- ply be disposed of with normal household waste, but should be delivered to a collection and recycling centre for electric and electronic equipment. A symbol shown on the product, the in- struction manual or the packaging shows that it is suitable for recycling. appropriate symbol. Materials used inside the appliance are Caution! During unpacking, the packag- ing materials (polythene bags, polystyrene pieces, etc.) should be kept out of reach of children. recyclable and are labelled with information concerning this. By recycling materials or other parts from used devices you are making a significant contribution to the protection of our environment. Information on appropriate disposal centres for used devices can be provided by your local authority. 8

DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE 8 12 793, 4 5, 62 113 1011 1 Temperature control knob - main oven 2 Temperature control knob - top oven 3, 4, 5, 6 Heating zone control knobs 7 Red thermostat light - main oven 8 Red thermostat light - top oven 9 Yellow operation light 10 Top oven door 11 Main oven door 12 Ceramic hob 13 Electronic programmer 9

SPECIFICATIONS OF THE APPLIANCE Cooker fittings:

Baking tray Grill Rack Wire Shelf Sideracks

*All images are for indication only; please refer to your individual unit for actual item. 10

INSTALLATION Installing the cooker ● The kitchen should be dry and airy and have effective ventilation according to the existing technical provisions. ● The room should be equipped with a ven- tilation system that pipes away exhaust fumes created during combustion. This system should consist of a ventilation grid or hood. Hoods should be installed according to the manufacturer’s instruc- tions. The cooker should be placed so as to ensure free access to all control elements. ● Coating or veneer used on fitted furniture must be applied with a heat resistant adhesive (100°C). This prevents surface deformation or detachment of the coat- ing. If you are unsure of your furniture’s heat resistance, you should leave ap- proximately 2 cm of free space around the cooker. The wall behind the cooker should be resistant to high temperatures. During operation, its back side can warm up to around 50°C above the ambient temperature. ● The cooker should stand on a hard, even floor (do not put it on a base). ● Before you start using the cooker it should be leveled, which is particularly important for fat distribution in a frying pan. To this purpose, adjustable feet are accessible after removal of the drawer. The adjust- ment range is +/- 5 mm. 11 Anti-tilt protection CAUTION! You must install the anti-tilt pro- tection. If you do not install it, the appliance can tilt. The appliance must be secured by using the safety chain (supplied and mounted to cooker rear). Fasten hook to the kitchen wall and connect safety chain to the hook. 123 Electrical connection Warning: This appliance must be earthed. The appliance must be installed by a com- petent electrician using a double pole control unit of 40 ampere minimum capacity with 3 mm minimum contact separation at all poles. We recommend that the appliance is con- nected by a qualified electrician who is mem- ber of the N.C.E.I.C. and who will comply with the I.E.E. and local regulation. ● Access to the main terminal is gained by opening the terminal block cover at the rear of the appliance (use a small flat- bladed screwdriver). ● Connection shuld be made with 4 mm2 twin and earth cable. ● First strip the wires, then push the cab- lethrough the cable clamp in the terminal block cover. ● Connect the cable to the terminal block and tighten the cable clamp screw (see diagram). ● Ensure the cable exits through the cable grip clamping on the outer sheath of the cable and fix in place by tightening the fixing screw. ● Ensure all screws are adequately tight- ened. Do not over tighten as you may risk damaging the screw threads. ● Close the terminal box, ensuring that the cover is engaged on the locking tabs. ● The supply cable must be positioned away from any hot parts of the rear of the cooker. If this cannot be done then another method of protecting the supply cable from the hot parts must be used i.e. Heat resistant sleeving or high tempera- ture cables. INSTALLATION 12 220-240V 1N~ L - Live (Red or Brown) N - Neutral (Black or Blue) PE - Earth (Green/Yellow or sleeving) Grounding lead must be connected to screw with symbol. The power supply cable must have these minimum requirements: - Type: HO5VV-F (PVC insulated and sheathed flexible cable) - 3 cores x 4 mm2 .

OPERATION Before first use ● Remove packaging, clean the interior of the oven and the hob. ● Take out and wash the oven fittings with warm water and a little washing–up liquid. ● Switch on the ventillation in the room or open a window. ● Heat the oven (to a temperature of 250°C, for approx. 30 min.), remove any stains and wash carefully; the heating zones of the hob should be heated for around 4 min. without a pan. Important! To clean the oven, only use a cloth well rang out with warm water to which a little washing-up liquid has been added. 13 OPERATION Controlling the heating zones of the ceramic hob. Choice of cookware Choose a pan with a diameter that is at least as large as the heating zone. Do not use pans with a concave or convex base. Always remember to put a proper cover on the pan. We recommend the use of pans with thick, even bases. If the heating zones and pans are solied it is impossible to make full use of the heat. incorrect correct incorrect Heat level selection The heating zones have different levels of heat. The level of heat can be adjusted gradually by turning the appropriate knob to the right or left. 0 Switch off

● MIN. Warming up 0 1 Stewing vegetables, slow cooking 1 ● Cooking soups, larger dishes 2 2 Slow frying ● Grilling meat, fish 3 MAX. Fast heating up, fast cooking, frying 14 3

OPERATION Zone heating indicator If the temperature of a heating zone exceeds 50°C this is signalled by an indicator which lights up for that zone. When the heating indicator lights up it warns the person using the cooker against touching a hot heating zone. For about 5 to 10 minutes after a heating zone is switched off it will still have residual heat that can be used, for example to warm up or keep dishes warm without switching on another heating zone. Zone heating indicator 15 OPERATION Top oven functions and operations 100-250 Natural convection oven (conventional). 0C The oven can be warmed up using the bottom and top heaters, as well as the grill. Operation of the oven is controlled by the temperature regulator knob. Grill on, the oven door is open. 100-250 0C The thermostat enables the user to set the temperature within a range from 100°C to 250°C. Grilling is used for cooking of small portions of meat: steaks, schnitzel, fish, toasts, Frank- Oven on and off furter sausages, (thickness of roasted dish should not exceed 2-3 cm and In order to switch on the oven you need to: ● set required working conditions of the oven, its temperature and a mode of should be turned over during roast- ing). For grilling with the function grill the temperature must be set to 250oC. heating, ● set the knob to the required position, turn- ing it right. Switching on the oven is indicated by two signal lights, yellow and red, turning on. The yellow light turned on means the oven is work- ing. If the red light goes out, it means the oven has reached the set temperature. If a recipe recommends placing dishes in a warmed-up oven, this should be not done before the red light goes out for the first time. When baking, the red light will temporarily come on and go out (to maintain the temperature inside the oven). Switching off the oven – in order to switch off the oven, set the knob to the “0” knob position, turning it left. The signal light should go out. Yellow operation light Red thermostat light 0 0 010 51200 0 52 16 Top and bottom heaters on, the oven door is closed. The thermostat enables the user to set the temperature within a range from 100°C to 250°C. Use for baking. This setting is ideal for baking cakes, meat, fish, bread and pizza (it is necessary to preheat the oven and use a baking tray) on one oven level. Warning! The door of the oven should be open while grilling. Accessible parts may become hot during use. Young children should be kept away. Independent oven lighting The top oven lamp will be switched on after the temperature has been set by the temperature regulator knob. OPERATION Main oven functions and operations Oven with automatic air circulation. The oven can be warmed up using the ring heating element and rotating fan. Operation of the oven is controlled by the temperature regulator knob. Yellow operation light Red thermostat light 0 0 010 51200 0 52Oven on and off In order to switch on the oven you need to: ● set required working conditions of the oven, its temperature and a mode of heating, ● set the knob to the required position, turn- ing it right. Switching on the oven is indicated by two signal lights, yellow and red, turning on. The yellow light turned on means the oven is work- ing. If the red light goes out, it means the oven has reached the set temperature. If a recipe recommends placing dishes in a warmed-up oven, this should be not done before the red light goes out for the first time. When baking, the red light will temporarily come on and go out (to maintain the temperature inside the oven). Switching off the oven – in order to switch off the oven, set the knob to the “0” knob position, turning it left. The signal light should go out. 17 Convection with ring heating ele- 100-250 0C ment The thermostat enables the user to set the temperature within a range from 100°C to 250°C. The oven is heated up by a heating element with air circulation forced by a rotating fan fitted in the central part of the back wall of the chamber. Lower baking temperatures than in the conventional oven can be used. Heating the oven up in this manner en- sures uniform heat circulation around the dish being cooked in the oven. Independent oven lighting The main oven lamp will be switched on after the temperature has been set by the temperature regulator knob. BAKING IN THE OVEN – PRACTICAL HINTS Baking ● we recommend using the accessories which were provided with your cooker; ● it is also possible to bake in cake tins and trays bought elsewhere which should be put on the drying rack; for baking it is better to use black trays which conduct heat better and shorten the baking time; ● shapes and trays with bright or shiny surfaces are not recommended when using the conventional heating method (top and bottom heaters), use of such tins can result in undercooking the base of cakes; ● when using the ultra-fan function it is not necessary to initially heat up the oven chamber, for other types of heating you should warm up the oven chamber before the cake is inserted; ● before the cake is taken out of the oven, check if it is ready using a wooden stick (if the cake is ready the stick should come out dry and clean after being inserted into the cake); ● after switching off the oven it is advisable to leave the cake inside for about 5 min.; ● temperatures for baking with the ultra-fan function are usually around 20 – 30 degrees lower than in normal baking (using top and bottom heaters); ● the baking parameters given in Table are approximate and can be corrected based on your own experience and cooking preferences; ● if information given in recipe books is significantly different from the values included in this instruction manual, please apply the instructions from the manual. Roasting meat ● cook meat weighing over 1 kg in the oven, but smaller pieces should be cooked on the gas burners. ● use heatproof ovenware for roasting, with handles that are also resistant to high temperatures; ● when roasting on the drying rack or the grate we recommend that you place a baking tray with a small amount of water on the lowest level of the oven; ● it is advisable to turn the meat over at least once during the roasting time and during roasting you should also baste the meat with its juices or with hot salty water – do not pour cold water over the meat. 18 BAKING IN THE OVEN – PRACTICAL HINTS Natural convection oven (conventional)

Type of dish Oven functions Temperature Level Time Temperature Level Time in minutes in minutes

Oven with automatic air circulation (including a fan and an ultra-fan heater)

Type of dish Oven functions Temperature Level Time Temperature Level Time in minutes in minutes

Caution! The figures given in Tables are approximate and can be adapted based on your own experience and cooking preferences. 160 - 200 2 - 3 30 - 50 160 - 180 2 20 - 40* 210 - 220 2 45 - 60 225 - 250 2 120 - 150 160 - 230 2 90 - 120 160 - 180 2 45 - 60 190 - 210 2 40 - 50 * Baking smaller items 140 - 160 2 10 - 40* 200 - 230 1 - 3 10 - 20 160 - 180 2 - 3 45 - 60 160 - 180 2 120 - 160 160 - 190 2 90 - 120 175 - 190 2 60 - 70 19 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

By ensuring proper cleaning and mainte- nance of your cooker you can have a sig- nificant influence on the continuing fault-free operation of your appliance. Before you start cleaning, the cooker must be switched off and you should ensure that all knobs are set to the “●”/“0” posi- tion. Do not start cleaning until the cooker has completely cooled. Ceramic hob ● The hob should be cleaned regularly after each use. If possible, it is recommended that the hob is washed while still warm (after the heating zone indicator goes off). Do not allow the hob to get heavily stained; particualrly from burnt–on spill- ages from boiled over liquids. ● When cleaning do not use cleaning agents with a strong abbrasive effect, such as e.g. scouring powders contain- ing an abrasive, abrasive compounds, abrasive stones, pumice stones, wire brushes and so on. They may scratch the hob surface, causing irreversible dam- age. ● Large spillages that are firmly stuck to the hob can be removed by a special scraper; but be careful not to damage the ceramic hob frame when doing this. Scraper for cleaning the hob 20 Caution! The sharp blade should always be protected by adjusting the cover (just push it with your thumb). Injuries are possible so be careful when using this instrument – keep out of reach of children. Important! Do not use any abrasive agents, harsh detergents or abrasive ob- jects for cleaning. Only use warm water with a small addition of dishwashing liquid to clean the front of the appliance. Do not use washing powders or creams.

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCEOven Replacement of the oven light bulb ● The oven should be cleaned after every In order to avoid the possibility of an use. When cleaning the oven the lighting electric shock ensure that the appliance is should be switched on to enable you to switched off before replacing the bulb. see the surfaces better. ● The oven chamber should only be washed with warm water and a small amount of washing-up liquid. ● Set all control knobs to the position “●”/“0” and disconnect the mains plug, ● unscrew and wash the lamp cover and then wipe it dry. ● unscrew the light bulb from the socket, replace the bulb with a new one – a high Caution! Do not use cleaning products contain- ing abrasive materials for the cleaning and maintenance of the glass front panel. temperature bulb (300°C) with the follow- ing parameters: - voltage 230 V - power 25 W - thread E14. ● Screw the bulb in, making sure it is prop- erly inserted into the ceramic socket. ● Screw in the lamp cover. 21

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE Removing the Top Oven Door In order to obtain easier access to the oven chamber for cleaning, it is possible to remove the door. To do this, tilt the safety catch part of the hinge upwards (fig. A). Close the door lightly, lift and pull it out towards you. In order to fit the door back on to the cooker, do the inverse. When fitting, ensure that the notch of the hinge is correctly placed on the protrusion of the hinge holder. After the door is fitted to the oven, the safety catch should be carefully lowered down again. If the safety catch is not set it may cause damage to the hinge when closing the door. Removing the inner panel 1. Using a flat screwdriver unhook the up- per door slat, prying it gently on the sides (fig. B). 2. Pull the upper door slat loose. (fig. B, C) Tilting the hinge safety catches BA C 22 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE 3. Pull the inner glass panel from its seat (in the lower section of the door). Re- move the inner panel (fig. D, D1). 4. Clean the panel with warm water with some cleaning agent added. Carry out the same in reverse order to reassemble the inner glass panel. Its smooth surface shall be pointed up- wards. Important! Do not force the upper strip in on both sides of the door at the same time. In order to correctly fit the top door strip, first put the left end of the strip on the door and then press the right end in until you hear a “click”. Then press the left end in until you hear a “click”. D 1 Removal of the internal glass panel. 3 glass panel. 3 2 D1 1 2 12 3 3

2211 23 Removal of the internal glass panel. 2 glass panel. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE● Ovens in cookers marked with the letter Oven types marked with the letter K in the D are equipped with easily removable model number are equipped with liners co- wire shelf supports. To remove them for vered with special self–cleaning enamel. The washing, pull the front catch, then tilt the enamel removes fat stains or leftover food support and remove from the rear catch. automatically, providing they are not dried 1 2 on and burnt (food and fat remnants should be removed when they are not dried on and burnt to avoid a long self–cleaning process). To activate self–cleaning switch on the oven for 1 hour, setting the temperature to 250°C. If remnants of food are small the process can be shortened. If the self-cleaning per for mance is no ticeably reduced, replace the liners with new ones: Removing wire shelf supports take out the wire rails from the in side and unscrew the catalytic enamel screw from the 1 2 center of the liner. New liners can be obtained at service outlets. Installing wire shelf supports Removal of catalytic liners 24 OPERATION IN CASE OF EMERGENCY In the event of an emergency, you should: ● switch off all working units of the cooker ● disconnect the mains plug ● call the service centre ● some minor faults can be fixed by referring to the instructions given in the table below. Before calling the customer support centre or the service centre check the following points that are presented in the table.

PROBLEM 1. electrical fittings do not work 2. the oven lighting does not work REASON break in power supply the bulb is loose or dama- ged ACTION ACTION check the household fuse box, if there is a blown fuse replace it with a new one check the household fuse box, if there is a blown fuse replace it with a new one tighten up or replace the blown bulb (see Chapter Cleaning and Maintenance) tighten up or replace the blown bulb (see Chapter Cleaning and Maintenance) Regular inspections

Besides keeping the cooker clean, you should: ● carry out periodic inspections of the control elements and cooking units of the cooker. After the guarantee has expired you should have a technical inspection of the cooker carried out at a service centre at least once every two years, ● fix any operational faults, ● carry out periodical maintenance of the cooking units of the cooker. Caution! All repairs and regulatory activities should be carried out by the ap- propriate service centre or by an appropriately authorised fitter. 25 PRODUCT FICHE The information in the product data sheet is given in accordance with the Commission delegated Regulation (EU) No 65/2014 supplementing Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2010/30/EU with regard to energy labelling of household ovens and range hoods A Supplier name Amica S.A. B1 Model identifier AFC6520WH 6017DCE2.21HKDJQW 56335 B2 AFC6520BL B36017DCE2.21HKDJQS 56336 C Energy efficiency index of top cavity (EEI cavity) 106,8 C’ Energy efficiency index of main cavity (EEI cavity) 106,0 D Energy efficiency class of top cavity A D’ Energy efficiency class of main cavity A E Energy consumption per cycle of top cavity (EC electric E1cavity) conventional mode [kWh] E2fan -forced mode [kWh] E’ Energy consumption per cycle of main cavity (EC electric cavity) conventional mode [kWh] fan -forced mode [kWh] 0,78 - E1’ E2’ F Number of cavities 2 G Heat source of top cavity (electricity or gas) V / O G’ Heat source of main cavity (electricity or gas) V / O H Cavity volume [l] - top 44 H’ Cavity volume [l] - main 67 In order to determine compliance with the eco -design requirements, the measurement methods and calculations of the following standards were applied: EN 60350 -1 EN 60350 -2 - 0,88 26 PRODUCT INFORMATION Product information given in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No 66/2014 supplementing Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/125/EC with regard to eco -design requirements for household ovens, hobs and range hoods Household ovens I1 Model identifier AFC6520WH 6017DCE2.21HKDJQW 56335 I2 AFC6520BL I36017DCE2.21HKDJQS 56336 J Oven type (electricity or gas) - top V / O J’ Oven type (electricity or gas) - main V / O K Appliance weight [kg] 51,0 L Number of cavities 2 M Source of heat for each cavity (electricity or gas) - top V / O M’ Source of heat for each cavity (electricity or gas) - main V / O N Volume of each cavity V [l] - top 44 N Volume of each cavity V [l] - main 67 O Energy consumption needed to heat a standard charge in an electric oven cavity during a single cycle in conventional mode for each cavity (final electric energy consumption) EC electric cavity [kWh/cycle] - top 0,78 O’ Energy consumption needed to heat a standard charge in an electric oven cavity during a single cycle in conventional mode for each cavity (final electric energy consumption) EC electric cavity [kWh/cycle] - main - P Energy consumption needed to heat a standard charge in an electric oven cavity during a single cycle in fan- -forced mode for each cavity (final electric energy consumption) EC electric cavity [kWh/cycle] - top - P’ Energy consumption needed to heat a standard charge in an electric oven cavity during a single cycle in fan- -forced mode for each cavity (final electric energy consumption) EC electric cavity [kWh/cycle] - main 0,88 Q Energy efficiency index EEI cavity for each cavity - top 106,8 Q’ Energy efficiency index EEI cavity for each cavity - main 106,0 27 PRODUCT INFORMATION Product information given in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No 66/2014 supplementing Directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/125/EC with regard to eco -design requirements for household ovens, hobs and range hoods Household electric hobs R1 Model identifier AFC6520WH 6017DCE2.21HKDJQW 56335 R2 AFC6520BL R36017DCE2.21HKDJQS 56336 S Hob type (electric / gas / gas -electric) V / O / O T Number of cooking zones 4 U Heating technique (induction cooking zones or heating areas, radiant heating zones, solid hobs) O / V / O V1 Usable surface diameter for electric cooking zone rounded to 5 mm [Ø cm] FL Ø 18,0 V2 RL Ø 14,5 V3 RR Ø 21,0 V4 FR Ø 14,5 W1 Energy consumption for each cooking zone per kg, EC electric cooking [Wh/kg] FL 193,9 W2 RL 193,9 W3 RR 193,9 W4 FR 193,9 X Energy consumption by the hob per kg EC electric hob [Wh/kg] 193,9 28 TECHNICAL DATA Model AFC6520WH AFC6520BL Rated Voltage 220-240V~ Rated Frequency 50 Hz Power 10500 W Ceramic hob 6500 W Top oven 2000 W Top heater 500 W Bottom heater 1000 W Grill 2000 W Main oven 2000 W Ring element 2000 W External Dimensions (H x W x D) 600(W) x 600(D) x 900(H) mm Certificate of compliance CE The Manufacturer hereby declares that this product complies with the general requirements pursuant to the following European Directives: ● The Low Voltage Directive 2014/35/EC, ● Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EC, ● ErP Directive 2009/125/EC, and therefore the product has been marked with the symbol and the Declaration of Conformity has been issued to the manufacturer and is available to the competent authorities regulating the market. 29 30 31


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