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N23TS19N0.

N23TS29N0.

Component Pan support

Control knob

Standard-output burner 1.90 kW

High-output burner 2.80 kW

Dual-wok multi-crown burner 5.80 / 6.10 kW

1 The images shown in these instructions are for guid

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Futher information and explanations are available online:

Table of contents

Safety .. 3

Preventing material damage. 6

Environmental protection and saving en ergy .. 6

Familiarising yourself with your appliance .. 7

Accessories. 8

Basic operation. 8

Cookware .. 9

Recommended settings for cooking. 9

Cleaning and servicing .. 10

Troubleshooting. 11

Customer Service .. 12

Disposal .. 12

1 Safety

Observe the following safety instructions.

1.1 General information ¡ Read this instruction manual carefully. ¡ Keep the instruction manual and the

¡ Do not connect the appliance if it has been

1.2 Intended use The appliance can only be used safely if it is correctly installed according to the safety in structions. The installer is responsible for en suring that the appliance works perfectly at its installation location.

Only use this appliance: ¡ For cooking purposes. ¡ Under supervision. Never leave the appli

¡ In a private household and in a domestic

¡ Up to an altitude of max. 2000 m above

Do not use the appliance: ¡ On boats or in vehicles. ¡ as a room heater. ¡ with an external timer or a remote control. ¡ Outdoors.

Call the after-sales service if you want to con vert your appliance to a different type of gas.

1.3 Restriction on user group This appliance may be used by children aged 8 or over and by people who have reduced physical. sensory or mental abilities or inad equate experience and/or knowledge. provided that they are supervised or have been instructed on how to use the appliance safely and have understood the resulting dangers.

Do not let children play with the appliance.

Children must not perform cleaning or user maintenance unless they are at least 15 years old and are being supervised.

Keep children under the age of 8 years away from the appliance and power cable.

1.4 Safe use

WARNING ‒ Risk of explosion!

Escaping gas may cause an explosion. WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS OR IF THERE ARE FAULTS IN THE GAS INSTALLATION ▶ Immediately shut off the gas supply or

▶ Immediately extinguish all naked flames

▶ Do not operate any light switches or appli

▶ Do not pull any plugs out of any sockets. ▶ Do not use any telephones or mobile

▶ Open windows and ventilate the room. ▶ Call the after sales service or the gas sup

Escaping gas may cause an explosion. Small amounts of gas can collect over a longer period of time and ignite. ▶ Close the safety valve for the gas supply

Escaping gas may cause an explosion. If the liquefied gas bottle is not upright. liquefied propane/butane can enter the appliance. In tense darting flames may therefore escape from the burners. Components may become damaged and start to leak over time so that gas escapes uncontrollably. ▶ Always use liquefied gas bottles in an up

WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation!

Using the gas cooking appliance leads to a build-up of heat. moisture and combustion products in the room where the appliance is installed. ▶ Ensure that the kitchen is sufficiently ventil

▶ If the appliance is used intensively and for

▶ Consult specialist personnel when installing

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Leaving fat or oil cooking on an unattended hob can be dangerous and may lead to fires. ▶ Never leave hot oil or fat unattended. ▶ Never attempt to extinguish a fire using wa

The appliance becomes very hot. ▶ Never place flammable objects on the

▶ Never store any objects on the cooktop.

The appliance will become hot. ▶ Do not keep combustible objects or aero

▶ Never store or use combustible materials

(e.g. spray cans or cleaning agents) under the appliance or in its immediate vicinity.

Hob covers can cause accidents. for example due to overheating. catching fire or materials shattering. ▶ Do not use hob covers.

When gas burners are in operation without any cookware placed on them. they can build up a lot of heat. The extractor hood above it may become damaged or catch fire. ▶ Only operate the gas burners with cook

The appliance becomes very hot. fabrics and other objects may ignite. ▶ Keep fabrics (e.g. garments or curtains)

▶ Never reach over the flames. ▶ Do not place combustible objects (e.g. tea

Escaping gas may ignite. ▶ If the burner does not ignite after

15 seconds. turn the control knob to the "Off" position and open the door or window in the room. Wait at least one minute be fore igniting the burner again.

▶ In the event of the burner flames being ac

Food may catch fire. ▶ The cooking process must be monitored. A

WARNING ‒ Risk of burns!

The accessible parts can become hot during operation. ▶ Small children should be kept away from

Hob protective grilles may cause accidents. ▶ Never use hob protective grilles.

Empty cookware becomes extremely hot when set on gas burners that are operating. ▶ Never heat up empty cookware.

The appliance becomes hot during operation. ▶ Allow the appliance to cool down before

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WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

Incorrect repairs are dangerous. ▶ Repairs to the appliance should only be

▶ Only use genuine spare parts when repair

▶ If the power cord of this appliance is dam

If the appliance or the power cord is dam aged. this is dangerous. ▶ Never operate a damaged appliance. ▶ Never pull on the power cord to unplug the

▶ If the appliance or the power cord is dam

▶ Call customer services. → Page 12 An ingress of moisture can cause an electric shock. ▶ Do not use steam- or high-pressure clean

The insulation on cables of electrical appli ances may melt if it touches hot parts of the appliance. ▶ Never bring electrical appliance cables into

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

Faults or damage to the appliance and re pairs that have not been carried out correctly are dangerous. ▶ Never switch on the appliance if there is a

▶ If the appliance is faulty. unplug the mains

▶ Always have repairs carried out to the ap

Cracks or fractures in the glass surface are dangerous. ▶ All of the burners and each electrical heat

▶ Shut off the gas supply. ▶ Do not touch the surface of the appliance ▶ Do not use the appliance. ▶ Call the customer service.

Cookware that is not the right size. or that is damaged or incorrectly positioned may cause serious injuries. ▶ See the notes on cookware.

When switching on the burner. sparks are generated in the ignition plugs. ▶ Never touch the ignition plugs while the

If a control knob is too stiff to turn or it is loose. it must no longer be used. ▶ Contact our after-sales service immediately

An appliance with a cracked or broken sur face can cause cuts. ▶ Do not use the appliance if it has a cracked

WARNING ‒ Risk of suffocation!

Children may put packaging material over their heads or wrap themselves up in it and suffocate. ▶ Keep packaging material away from chil

▶ Do not let children play with packaging ma

Children may breathe in or swallow small parts. causing them to suffocate. ▶ Keep small parts away from children. ▶ Do not let children play with small parts.

2 Preventing material damage

ATTENTION!

Heat can cause damage to adjacent appliances or kit chen units. If the appliance is in operation for an exten ded period. heat and moisture will be generated. Open a window or switch on an extractor hood lead ing to the outside.

A build-up of heat may damage the appliance. Do not use two burners or heat sources to heat one single item of cookware.

Do not use griddle plates. clay pots. etc. for a long time at full power.

A build-up of heat may damage the controls. Do not use a large item of cookware on burners that are close to the control knobs.

If a control knob is in the wrong position. this could lead to malfunctions. Always turn the control knob to the "Off" position when the appliance is not being used.

Handling the cookware roughly may damage the sur face of the appliance. Handle the cookware on the hob carefully.

Do not place any heavy objects on the hob.

Moving the cookware may scratch the glass. Lift the cookware when moving it.

Damage may occur if hard or pointed objects fall on the hob. Do not let hard or pointed objects fall onto the hob.

Do not bump into any of the edges of the hob.

Salt. sugar or sand that may fall from the vegetables will scratch the glass. Do not use the hob as a work surface or storage space.

Melted sugar or food with a high sugar content may damage the glass. Remove boiled-over food immediately with a glass scraper.

3 Environmental protection and saving energy

3.1 Saving energy

If you follow these instructions. your appliance will use less energy.

Choose a burner roughly the same size as your pan.

Centre the cookware on the hob.

Tip: Cookware manufacturers often give the upper diameter of the saucepan. It is often larger than the base diameter. ¡ Unsuitable cookware or incompletely covered cook

Cover saucepans with suitable lids. ¡ Cooking without a lid consumes considerably more

Lift lids as infrequently as possible. ¡ When you lift the lid. a lot of energy escapes.

Use a glass lid. ¡ You can see into the pan through a glass lid

Use cookware that is suitable for the quantity of food. ¡ Large items of cookware containing little food need

Cook with only a little water. ¡ The more water that is contained in the cookware.

Turn down to a lower power level early on. ¡ If you use an ongoing power level that is too high.

Product Information according (EU) 66/2014 can be found on the attached appliance pass and online on the product page for your appliance.

3.2 Disposing of packaging

The packaging materials are environmentally compat ible and can be recycled. Sort the individual components by type and dispose of them separately.

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4 Familiarising yourself with your appliance

4.1 Control knob

You can use the control panel to configure all functions of your appliance and to obtain information about the operating status.

You can use the control knobs to set the flame height to different power levels.

Display Meaning

​⁠Burner assigned to the control knob.

​⁠Burner off.

Highest power setting and electric ignition of the burner.

Lowest power setting.

Dual-wok multi-crown burner With the dual-wok multi-crown burner. you can regulate the inner and outer flames independently of each other.

Power level

Meaning

Inner and outer flame on full power.

Outer flame on minimum. inner flame on full power.

Inner flame on full power.

Inner flame on minimum power.

4.2 Burner

You can find an overview of the parts of the burner here.

Burner cover

Burner cup

Burner cup base

Thermocouple for the flame monitoring

Ignition plug

4.3 Pan supports

Insert the pan supports correctly.

Place the cookware correctly on the pan supports.

Never place the cookware directly on the burner.

Always carefully remove the pan supports. When mov ing a pan support. the pan supports next to it may also move.

Tip: You can remove the metal residue that remains when some items of cookware are moved on the pan support by cleaning it properly. → "Cleaning the pan supports". Page 10

5 Accessories

You can buy accessories from the after-sales service. from specialist retailers or online. Only use original ac cessories. as these have been specifically designed for your appliance.

Accessories vary from one appliance to another. When purchasing accessories. always quote the exact product number (E no.) of your appliance. → Page 12

You can find out which accessories are available for your appliance in our catalogue. in the online shop or from our after-sales service. www.neff-international.com

Accessories Description Use

Additional wok grid Only use on the multi-crown burner.

Always use for cookware with a rounded base.

Recommended in order to extend the ser vice life of the appliance.

Additional espresso maker grid

Only use on the burner with the lowest power setting.

Use with cookware with a diameter smal ler than 12.

Simmer plate For cooking on a low heat.

Use the economy burner or the standard output burner. If there are several stand ard-output burners. it is preferable to use the rear or front-right burner.

Place it on the pan support with the bumps facing up – never place it directly on the burner.

5.1 Installation accessories

To combine appliances of the same brand. use the installation accessory.

6 Basic operation

6.1 Igniting a gas burner

The hob has automatic ignition of the burners.

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Escaping gas may ignite. If the burner does not ignite after 15 seconds. turn the control knob to the "Off" position and open the door or window in the room. Wait at least one minute before igniting the burner again.

In the event of the burner flames being accidentally extinguished. turn off the burner control and do not attempt to re-ignite the burner for at least one minute.

ATTENTION!

If you turn the control knob directly between position and 1. malfunctions may occur. For this reason. never turn directly from position to position 1 or vice versa.

1. Press the control knob for the selected burner and

2. Wait a few seconds and release the control knob.

→ "Safety system". Page 9

3. Turn the control knob to the required position.

4. If the burner does not ignite. turn the control knob to

Note: Take the following information into account to ensure that the appliance works correctly: The burner parts → Page 7 and the pan supports → Page 7 must be inserted correctly.

Do not swap the burner caps around.

It is important to keep the appliance clean. Clean the ignition plugs regularly with a small. non-metallic brush. Take care to prevent the ignition plugs from suffering any heavy knocks.

The burner holes and grooves must be clean to en sure a correct flame. → "Cleaning the burners". Page 10

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6.2 Safety system

The safety system (thermocouple) interrupts the flow of gas if the burners accidentally go out. To ignite the burner. you must activate the system that enables the gas flow.

1. Ignite the burner without releasing the control knob. a The flame ignites.

2. Press and hold the control knob for a further four

6.3 Igniting a gas burner manually

In the event of a power cut. you can light the burners manually.

1. Press the control knob for the selected burner and

2. Hold a lighter or a flame (lighter. match. etc.)

6.4 Switching off a burner

Turn the control knob clockwise to ​⁠.

6.5 Normal behaviour during operation

This behaviour is normal for the appliance: Slight hissing noise from the ignited burner.

Release of odours when using the appliance for the first time. These odours disappear after a short time.

An orange flame is normal. This is due to dust in the environment. spilled liquids. etc.

Popping noise a few seconds after the burner is switched off. This is caused by switching on the safety system. → "Safety system". Page 9

7 Cookware

This information has been provided to help you save energy and avoid damaging your cookware.

7.1 Suitable cookware

Only use cookware with a suitable diameter. The cook ware must not protrude over the edge of the hob.

Never use small cookware on large burners. The flames must not touch the sides of the cookware.

Burner Minimum dia meter of the cookware base

Maximum dia meter of the cookware base

Multi-crown burner

22 cm 30 cm

High-output burner

20 cm 26 cm

Standard-output burner

12 cm 22 cm

Only use cookware with a rounded base on the multi crown burner. The hob must have a multi-crown burner and addi tional wok grid.

The additional wok grid must be correctly inserted.

→ "Accessories". Page 8

7.2 Using cookware

The selection and positioning of the cookware affects the safety and energy efficiency of your appliance. → "Saving energy". Page 6

WARNING ‒ Risk of fire!

Flammable objects may ignite. Maintain a distance of at least 50 mm between the cookware and flammable objects.

Do not use deformed cookware. Only use cookware with a thick. flat base. ¡ Deformed cookware is not stable on the hob and

Place the cookware right in the centre of the burner. ¡ The cookware may tip over if it is not placed in the

Place the cookware correctly on the pan supports. ¡ The cookware may tip over if you place it directly

8 Recommended settings for cooking

You can use the control knobs on the appliance to set the flame height incrementally to different power levels from 1 to 9.

The cooking times and power levels may vary depend ing on the type of food. its weight and quality. on the type of gas used. and on the material from which the cookware is made.

Tips Cooking tips When cooking soups. creams. lentils or chick peas. add all of the ingredients to the cookware at the same time.

For pan-fried dishes. heat the oil up first. As soon as you have started frying. keep the temperature constant and adjust the power level as required.

When preparing several portions. wait until the relevant temperature has been reached again.

Turn the food regularly.

To reduce the cooking time: Use a pressure cooker to cook creams and pulses. If you are using a pressure cooker. follow the manufacturer's instructions.

The water must be boiling before you add pasta. rice or potatoes. Then adjust the power level in order to continue boiling.

Always use a lid when cooking rice and pota toes.

Power level

Preparing meals

Bringing water to the boil

Baking in a bain-marie: Sponge. blanc mange. bread pudding.

Frying at a high temperature: Asian dishes.

Starting the cooking process: Pasta. soups. creams. paella. pulses. rice pud ding.

Deep-fat frying in oil: Tempura veget ables. croquettes. chips. potato om elettes. escalope. frozen food. baked items.

Frying with a little oil: French omelette. steak. well-done sirloin steak. stro gonoff.

Frying. searing: Vegetables. meat.

Power level

Preparing meals

Continuing the cooking process: Pasta. soups. creams. paella. pulses. rice pud ding.

Deep frying with a little oil: Ham burgers. sausages. grilled salmon. ris soles.

Stew. pot roast: Ragout. goulash. rata touille.

Cooking at a medium temperature: Cheese sauce. béchamel. carbonara.

Neapolitana sauce. blancmange. crepes.

Defrosting: Frozen food.

Finishing cooking: Paella rice. pulses. rice pudding.

Steaming: Fish. vegetables.

Heating and keeping warm: Ready-to eat meals.

Melting: Butter. chocolate. butter. gelatine. honey. caramel.

9 Cleaning and servicing

To keep your appliance working efficiently for a long time. it is important to clean and maintain it carefully.

9.1 Cleaning product

You can obtain suitable cleaning products from after sales service or the online shop.

ATTENTION!

Unsuitable cleaning products may damage the sur faces of the appliance. Do not use harsh or abrasive detergents.

Do not use steel wool.

Do not use a knife or sharp objects to remove dried on food remnants from the hob.

Do not use a knife or sharp objects to clean the connection between the glass and the burner pan els. the metal frames or the glass/aluminium plates for cleaning.

Do not use steam-cleaning appliances.

9.2 Cleaning the appliance

ATTENTION!

When the control knob is removed while cleaning the appliance. humidity may get in and damage the interior of the appliance. When cleaning the appliance. do not remove the controls.

1. Allow the appliance to cool down.

2. Clean using a sponge and soapy water.

3. Dry with a soft cloth.

Tip: Remove spilled liquids immediately. This prevents food remains from sticking. and the time and effort re quired for subsequent cleaning is reduced.

9.3 Cleaning the burners

After each use. clean the surface of the burner parts.

This prevents food remains from burning on.

ATTENTION!

The burner parts can be damaged if you clean them in a dishwasher. Do not clean the burner parts in a dishwasher.

Note: Read the information on the cleaning agents. → "Cleaning product". Page 10

1. Allow the appliance to cool down.

2. Clean using a non-metallic brush and soapy water.

3. Completely dry the appliance. If there are water

4. Insert the burner parts. Ensure that the burner caps

9.4 Cleaning the pan supports

Note: Read the information on the cleaning agents. → "Cleaning product". Page 10

1. Allow the appliance to cool down.

2. Carefully remove the pan supports.

3. Clean using a non-metallic brush and soapy water.

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Carefully clean the area around the rubber pads. If the rubber pads come loose. the pan support may scratch the hob.

4. Alternatively. you can clean the pan supports in the

5. Let the appliance dry completely. If there are water

6. Insert the pan supports correctly.

→ "Pan supports". Page 7

10 Troubleshooting

You can rectify minor faults on your appliance yourself.

Read the troubleshooting information before contacting after-sales service. This will avoid unnecessary costs.

WARNING ‒ Risk of injury!

Improper repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff.

If the appliance is defective. call Customer Service.

WARNING ‒ Risk of electric shock!

Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs to the appliance should only be carried out by trained specialist staff.

Only use genuine spare parts when repairing the appliance.

If the power cord of this appliance is damaged. it must be replaced by the manufacturer. the manufac turer's Customer Service or a similarly qualified per son in order to prevent any risk.

10.1 Malfunctions

Fault Cause and troubleshooting

The general electrical operation is impaired.

The circuit breaker is faulty. Check the circuit breaker in the fuse box.

The circuit breaker or one of the residual-current circuit breakers has been triggered. In the fuse box. check whether the circuit breaker or one of the residual-current circuit breakers has been triggered.

The mains plug of the power cord is not plugged in. Connect the appliance to the power supply.

There has been a power cut. Check whether the lighting in your kitchen or other appliances are working.

Automatic ignition is not working.

Food remnants or dirt are located between the ignition plug and the burner. Clean the space between the ignition plugs and burners.

Burner parts are wet. Carefully dry the burner parts.

The burner parts are positioned incorrectly. Correctly position the burner parts.

The appliance is not earthed or has not been connected correctly. or the earth cable is damaged. Contact an electrician.

The burner flame is not uniform.

The burner parts are positioned incorrectly. Correctly position the burner parts.

Openings on the burner are soiled. Clean and dry the openings on the burner.

The gas does not ap pear to be flowing normally or there is no gas being pro duced at all.

The gas supply has been shut off by the intermediate valves. Open the intermediate valves.

The gas cylinder is empty. Replace the gas cylinder.

There is a smell of gas in the kitchen.

The control knob is open. Close the control knob.

The gas cylinder has not been connected correctly. Ensure that the gas cylinder has been connected correctly.

Fault Cause and troubleshooting

There is a smell of gas in the kitchen.

The gas pipe to the appliance is leaking.

1. Close the main gas tap.

2. Ventilate the room.

3. Immediately call an authorised installer. who can inspect the gas system and issue an in

4. Do not use the appliance until you are sure that gas is not leaking from the installation or

The burner switches off as soon as you re lease the control knob.

Control knob not pressed down long enough.

1. Keep the control knob pressed down for a few seconds after ignition.

2. Press the control knob down firmly.

Openings on the burner are soiled. Clean and dry the openings on the burner.

11 Customer Service

If you have any queries on use. are unable to rectify faults on the appliance yourself or if your appliance needs to be repaired. contact Customer Service.

Function-relevant genuine spare parts according to the corresponding Ecodesign Order can be obtained from Customer Service for a period of at least 10 years from the date on which your appliance was placed on the market within the European Economic Area.

Note: Under the terms of the manufacturer's warranty the use of Customer Service is free of charge.

Detailed information on the warranty period and terms of warranty in your country is available from our after sales service. your retailer or on our website.

If you contact Customer Service. you will require the product number (E-Nr.) and the production number (FD) of your appliance.

The contact details for Customer Service can be found in the enclosed Customer Service directory or on our website.

11.1 Product number (E-Nr.) and production number (FD)

You can find the product number (E-Nr.) and the pro duction number (FD) on the appliance's rating plate.

The rating plate can be found: on the appliance certificate.

Make a note of your appliance's details and the Cus tomer Service telephone number to find them again quickly.

12 Disposal

Find out here how to dispose of old appliances cor rectly.

12.1 Disposing of old appliance

Valuable raw materials can be reused by recycling.

1. Unplug the appliance from the mains.

2. Cut through the power cord.

3. Dispose of the appliance in an environmentally

This appliance is labelled in accord ance with European Directive 2012/19/EU concerning used elec trical and electronic appliances (waste electrical and electronic equip ment - WEEE).

The guideline determines the frame work for the return and recycling of used appliances as applicable throughout the EU.

BSH Hausgeräte GmbH Carl-Wery-Straße 34 81739 München. GERMANY

+8001253313*

8001253313 020317 en

Valid within Great Britain: Imported to Great Britain by BSH Home Appliances Ltd.

Grand Union House Old Wolverton Road Wolverton. Milton Keynes MK12 5PT United Kingdom



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