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This European Standard specifies the construction and performance characteristics as well as the requirements and methods of test for the safety and marking of freestanding and built-in domestic cooking appliances burning the combustible gases given in 4.1 according to the categories specified in 4.2, referred to in the text as "appliances". This European Standard covers the following types of domestic cooking appliances, as defined in Clause 3, and belonging to the classes defined in 4.3 (see Table 1): - independent freestanding hotplates; - independent built-in hotplates; - independent hotplates and grills; - table cookers; - freestanding ovens; - built-in ovens; - freestanding or built-in grills; - griddles; - freestanding cookers; - built-in cookers. Unless specifically excluded hereafter, this European Standard applies to these appliances or their component parts, whether or not the component parts are independent or incorporated into a single appliance, even if the other heating components of the appliance use electrical energy (e.g. combined gas-electric cookers). This European Standard includes requirements covering the electrical safety of equipment incorporated in the appliance that is associated with the use of gas. It does not include requirements covering the electrical safety of electrically-heated component parts or their associated equipment1). This European Standard does not apply to: a) outdoor appliances; b) appliances connected to a combustion products evacuation duct; c) appliances having a pyrolitic gas oven; d) appliances having covered burners which are not in conformity with the constructional requirements of 126.96.36.199.2; e) appliances incorporating flame supervision devices and having an automatic ignition device for which the duration of the ignition attempt is limited by design; f) appliances equipped with a burner that is periodically ignited and extinguished under the control of an automatic on/off device; g) appliances equipped with an oven and/or with a grill having a fan: 1) either for the supply of combustion air or for the evacuation of the products of combustion; 2) or for the circulation of the products of combustion within the compartments; h) appliances supplied at pressures greater than those defined in 7.1.2; i) appliances having one or more burners that are capable of remote operation (type1 or type 2), unless the burner(s) concerned are thermostatically controlled oven burners of time-controlled ovens that are designed for a delayed start without the user being present. This European Standard does not cover the requirements relating to third family gas cylinders, their regulators and their connection. This European Standard only covers type testing.