Very comprehensive document which is a must-have for any Satellit 2100 owner whose set up is somewhat intricate. Due to the bad quality of the pictures that are rather dark and a bit blurred I gave 4-star feedback.
The manual was missing 2 pages but when I presented the problem to the company they made every attempt to get the 2 pages to me, when they couldn't they refunded my money. A very pleasing and easy transaction. The manual they provided was the original, it was concise and to the point. I plan to do business with this company again when should the need arise.
The owners manual is very good. all my how to questions were answered in detail.
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Replacing the power supply lead
If the lead has to be replaced, only HO5RR-F or HO5RN-F type cables suitable for the load and the operating temperature must be used.In addition, the yellow/green earth wire must be about 2 cm longer than the live and neutral wires. In all cases, the power supply lead must be positioned so that it does not reach a temperature 50Â°C above the room temperature in any point. One example of an ideal route is shown in the illustration.The cable is guided by means of band clamps fixed to the side of the cabinet, in order to avoid any contact with the appliance underneath the hob.
Adapting to the different types of gas
Changing the nozzles
1) Remove the pan stands 2) Remove the burner caps and flame caps from the burners. 3) Use a size 7 socket wrench to unscrew and remove the nozzles, replacing them with those corresponding to the type of gas to be used (see table). 4) Reassemble the parts, reversing the operations described above. 5) Then replace the setting data plate (close to the mains gas connection) with the one for the new type of gas (it is in the bag of nozzles provided). If the pressure of the gas used is different from that specified (or variable), a suitable piped gas pressure regulator complying with the standard must be installed on the supply pipeline.
Setting the minimum level
1) Light the burner as already described. 2) Turn the tap to the minimum flame position. 3) Remove the control knobs. 4) Use a thin straight screwdriver to turn the by-pass pin located next to the tap rod (see fig. A).If you are converting from natural gas to LPG, turn the by-pass pin fully clockwise. The result should be a small, homogeneous flame which is uniform around the entire burner ring. 5) Finally, check that the burner does not go out when the tap is turned quickly from the maximum to the minimum position.