CDA HN6841FR Installation, Use And Maintenance Manual



1036/1036772-hn6841fr.pdf file (09 May 2023)
  • Manufacturer: CDA
  • Category of Device: Hob
  • Document: HN6841FR Installation, Use And Maintenance Manual, File Type: PDF
  • Updated: 09-05-2023
  • Count of Pages: 32
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CDA HN6841FR Hob PDF Installation, Use And Maintenance Manual (Updated: Tuesday 9th of May 2023 04:12:40 PM)

Rating: 4.1 (rated by 32 users)

Compatible devices: HVC93, HC6212FR, hc3615, HC3616FR, HN9611FR, HVG620, hc6310, HC6312FR.

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Installation, Use And Maintenance Manual (Text Version):

(Ocr-Read Summary of Contents of some pages of the CDA HN6841FR Document (Main Content), UPD: 09 May 2023)
  • 7, 7 Using your hob Zones: 1. Front left 2.2 - 3.5kW 220 mm x 190 mm 2. Back left 2.2 - 3.5kW 220 mm x 190 mm 3. Back right 2.2 - 3.5kW 220 mm x 190 mm 4. Front right 2.2 - 3.5kW 220 mm x 190 mm Control panel: 1. On/o sensor 6. Safety Key Lock sensor 2. Pause function sensor 7. Cooking zone indicators 3. Keep Warm function sensor 8. Timed zone indicator LEDs 4. Booster function sensor 9. Minute Minder indicator LED 5. Heat setting sli…

  • 8, 8 Using Your Hob To switch the hob on • To switch the power on, touch and hold the "On/o sensor" (1) for approximately one second. The hob will beep and all four cooking zone indicators, and both timer indicators, will show “0”. Please note: If a power level is not set within ten seconds, the hob will switch o automatically. To activate a zone and set a power level • Simply touch the desired zone's indicator (7) and…

  • 31, 31 Attribute Symbol Value Units CDA model HN6841FR  Builtin 4  Induction cooking zones  Ø   /   /  cm L x W NA cm EC Electric cooking FL:188.9/ FR:188.9/ RL:188.9/ RR:188.9 Wh/kg EC Electric hob 188.9 Wh/kg        FL:22.0 x 19.0  / FR:22.0 x 19.0   RL:22.0 x 19.0  / / /  Energy Eciency Information For circular cooking …

  • 15, CDA HN6841FR 15 the hob, i.e. answering the door. To activate the pause function • At least one hob zone must be active. Press the pause function sensor (2). All cooking zone indicators will show a pause symbol and zone operation will halt. To deactivate the pause function and resume cooking • Press the pause function sensor (2) again. The zones that were operating when the pause function was activated should ret…

  • 22, 22 Troubleshooting On switching on You observe that Possible Causes What should you do? The hob does not work and the lights on the control panel do not switch on The hob is not connected to the power supply or the power supply is faulty Check the electrical circuit breaker and fuses The hob is not working and the display shows a non-standard graphic The electronics are not functioning correctly Call CDA Customer Care The hob is not…

  • 23, 23 Should any error code show on the zone displays, or the above steps not resolve an issue, please contact CDA Customer Care for assistance. Contact details are on page 21. IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE: In the event of any breakage, crack or cracking – even minimal – of the vitroceramic glass, immediately disconnect your appliance to prevent a risk of electric shock and contact CDA Customer Care. You observe that Possible Causes What should you do? The hob has stopped operating. The hob beeps and ER03 is displ…

  • 26, 26 Important notes: • Never place perishable foods, cleaning products or flammable items in the cupboard below the appliance. • If an oven is to be installed below the hob, the thermal safety system on the hob may not allow the hob to be used at the same time as a pyrolytic programme on the oven. • Ensure that the top rail is removed prior to installation, and that no unit cross member is blocking the air outlets. • If the hob is to be located above a working drawer, we recommend that the drawer is not used for sto…

  • 21, 21 Type of residue Clean with Cleaning advice Light Cleaning sponge and soft cloth Wipe over the zone to be cleaned with a sponge and hot water, and then wipe o with a soft dry cloth. Accumulated baked- on stains/dirt, sugar spills or melted plastics Cleaning sponge or glass scraper and soft cloth Wipe over the zone to be cleaned with a sponge and hot water, using a ceramic scraper to remove any large marks or stains and then wipe o with a soft dry cloth. Rings a…

  • 5, 5 Important • Do not use the hob if the glass surface is cracked or damaged to prevent the risk of electric shock. Disconnect it from the power supply. • Ensure that the power cable of a connected electrical appliance near the hob is not in contact with the cooking zones. …

  • 11, 11 Auto-heat Function • Every zone is equipped with an auto-heat function, which reduces the warming up time for the zone. To activate the auto-heat function on a zone • Simply touch the desired zone's indicator (7) and then set the desired power level using the heat setting slider sensor (5). • Touch the relevant zone's indicator once more. The display will alternate between the set power level and “A” for a preset period of time, before reducing the power to…

  • 10, 10 If the appliance's electronic circuits or induction coils overheat whilst the booster function is in operation then the function will be automatically deactivated and the zone will continue to operate at its nominal power. The booster function will be available again once the internal components have been cooled suciently. It is normal for a high pitched whirring noise to begin whilst the booster function is in use. This is the cooling fan inside the hob keeping the internal…

  • 13, CDA HN6841FR 13 • After approximately 10 seconds the selection will confirm and the time will begin counting down. • The timed zone LEDs are oriented in a similar way to the zones; • If no time is set within ten seconds, the timer indicators (10) will become inactive and the zone will continue cooking. Please note: the timer duration can be adjusted at any time during the countdown. Simply follow the steps for setting the timer and amend the minutes as necessary. To cancel the timer • Touch the relevant cooking zone indica…

  • 17, 17 Bridge Function The hob is equipped with a bridge function which allows you to use two heating zones with just one zone's controls. This function is intended for use with pans such as fish kettles and is available for the two zones on the left side and the two zones on the right side. To bridge the left-hand zones Touch the cooking zone indicator (7) of the front-left zone and, at the same time, touch the cooking zone indicator (7) of the rear-left zone. If the bridge function has been enabled succesfully, the cooking zone indicator (7) of…

  • 4, 4 • Do not place hot lids flat on the hob top. A “suction” eect could cause damage to the hob. • Do not drag cookware across the hob top: in the long term, this could cause damage to the hob. • Do not store cleaning or flammable products in the unit below the hob. • Always use appropriate cookware. • Do not cook unopened tins of food directly on the hob. • Never put cooking foil or plastic materials on the ceramic surface when the hob is hot. These materials could…

  • 32, CDA HN6841FR Customer Care Department • The Group Ltd. • Harby Road • Langar • Nottinghamshire • NG13 9HY T : 01949 862 012 F : 01949 862 003 E : [email protected] W : Customer Care Department • The Group Ltd. • Harby Road • Langar • Nottinghamshire • NG13 9HY T : 01949 862 012 F : 01949 862 003 E : [email protected] W : Please contact our Customer Care Department for Service on the details be…

  • 16, CDA HN6841FR 16 To activate the keep warm function • Touch the desired zone’s indicator (7). Then touch the keep warm sensor (3) either once, twice or three times. • Touching the keep warm sensor (3) once will activate the 42°C heating level. • Touching the keep warm sensor (3) twice will activate the 70°C heating level. • Touching the keep warm sensor (3) three times will activate the 94°C heating level. • The selection will confirm after approximately 10 seconds. Please note: The cooking zone indic…

  • 28, 28 Mains Electricity Connection Warning! This appliance must be earthed. We recommend that the appliance is connected by a qualified electrician, who is a member of the N.I.C.E.I.C. and who will comply with the I.E.T. and local regulations. This appliance is intended to be connected to fixed wiring and is not suitable for connection to a 13A plug or 13A supply. EYNG N UB NB L Live L: BN - brown Neutral N: BU - blue Earth PE: GNY…

  • 12, 12 Timer/Minute Minder The hob is equipped with a timer that allows a finish time to be set for the end of cooking on any zone, between a minimum of 1 minute and a maximum of 99 minutes. This timer can be used separately for each zone, and an LED will indicate the zone positions for each of the active timers. Once the timers are set, the timer display will show the time remaining on the first zone to finish cooking. In normal use, the timer ending prompts the zo…

  • 29, CDA HN6841FR 29 • This appliance is intended to be connected to the mains supply with a cable of cross sectional area 4mm  . • The current rating of the fuse or circuit breaker protecting this appliance should be marked on the socket outlet. • Assembly and electrical connection should be carried out by specialised personnel. • When installing this product we recommend you seek the help of another individual. • Should the mains cable be damaged or need to be replaced, it …

  • 19, CDA HN6841FR 19 Ecient Use of Your Hob The hob is equipped with zones designed to accommodate most shapes and sizes of pan. For best results, only use pans with flat bottoms. The most ecient use of the hob is shown below, where the pan and zone are correctly chosen. Use pan lids where possible to minimize the energy usage of your appliance. Pans placed on the zones must always cover the vertical markings (II) on a zon…

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