Electrolux EFE916BA User manual

User manual
Cooker EVE916BAEFE956BA
EFE916BA
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hank you for purchasing an Electrolux appliance.
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You’ve chosen a product that brings with it decades
of professional experience and innovation. Ingenious
and stylish, it has been designed with you in mind.
So whenever you use it, you can be safe in the
knowledge that you’ll get great results every time.
Welcome to Electrolux.
BEFORE USING YOUR APPLIANCE
Check for any damage or marks. If you find the appliance
damaged or marked you must report it within 7 days to
claim for damages under the manufacturers warranty.
Before you use the appliance, we recommend that you
read through the whole user manual which provides the
description of the product and its functions. To avoid
the risks that are always present when you use a gas
appliance, it is important that the product is installed
correctly and that you read the safety instructions carefully
to avoid misuse and hazards.
For future reference, please store this booklet in a
safe place.
This appliance complies with the requirements of
Australian Standard AS 4551 & AS/NZS 60335.2.6.
CONDITIONS OF USE
This appliance is intended to be used in household and
similar applications such as:
• Staff kitchen areas in shops, offices and
other working environments
• Farm houses
• By clients in hotels, motels and other residential
type environments
• Bed and breakfast type environments.
BEFORE YOU CALL
Please ensure you read the instruction manual fully before
you call for service, or a full service fee could be applicable.
Record model and serial
number here:
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Contents
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General warnings
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Important safety instructions
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EVE916BA components
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EFE956BA components
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EFE916BA components
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Before using your appliance for the first time
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Installing your oven accessories
11 Using the oven
17 Oven baking guide
18 Oven cooking guide
19 Dealing with cooking problems
20 Oven cooking tips
21 Oven troubleshooting
22 Using the induction hob
29 Induction hob troubleshooting
31 Using the gas hob
32 Gas hob troubleshooting
33 Cleaning your appliance
34 Cleaning oven accessories
37 Catalytic liners
37 Storage
39 Installation of the appliance
44 Electrical and gas connection locations
46 Testing the operation of the gas cooker
47 Warranty
SYMBOLS
Warning!
This symbol indicates information concerning your personal safety.
Caution!
This symbol indicates information on how to avoid
damaging the appliance.
Important!
This symbol indicates tips and information about use
of the appliance.
ENVIRONMENT!
This symbol indicates tips and information about
economical and ecological use of the appliance.
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General Warnings
lease read the user manual carefully and store in a handy
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place for later reference. Pass the user manual on to
possible new owners of the appliance.
Caution!
Read the following carefully to avoid an electric shock or fire.
Read the following carefully to avoid damage or injury.
NOTE! You must read these warnings carefully
before installing or using the appliance. If you need
assistance, contact your Customer Care Department.
The manufacturer will not accept liability, should these
instructions or any other safety instructions incorporated
in this book be ignored.
Warning!
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This appliance must not be used as a space heater.
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In order to avoid fire, the appliance must be kept clean
and vents kept unobstructed.
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Do not spray aerosols in the vicinity of this appliance
whilst it is in operation.
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Do not use or store flammable materials in this
appliance storage drawer or near this appliance.
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Do not line the bottom of the oven with foil or cookware.
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Always use gloves when handling hot items inside
the oven.
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Always turn the grill off immediately after use as fat left
behind may catch fire.
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Do not hang any objects from the hob as it may block
the air vents.
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Do not modify this appliance.
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To maintain safe operation, it is recommended that the
product be inspected every 5 years by an authorised
service person.
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Do not install an aftermarket lid or cover over
this appliance.
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The appliance must be earthed.
It is important to use your appliance safely. Check these
safety points before using your appliance.
Installation, cleaning and servicing
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An authorised person must install this appliance.
(Certificate of Compliance to be retained).
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Before using the appliance, ensure that all packing
materials are removed from the appliance.
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In order to avoid any potential hazard, the enclosed
installation instructions must be followed.
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Ensure that all specified vents, openings and airspaces
are not blocked.
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Where the appliance is built into a cabinet, the cabinet
material must be capable of withstanding 85°C.
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Only authorised personnel should carry out servicing.
(Certificate of Compliance to be retained).
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Always ensure the appliance is switched off before
cleaning or replacing parts.
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Do not use steam cleaners, as this may cause moisture
build up.
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Always clean the appliance immediately after any
food spillage.
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This appliance must be earthed.
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Due to the weight (freestanding 95-100kg, built in 70kg)
and size of cookers, 2 persons are required to manually
manoeuvre them. Remove loose items such as trivets,
oven racks and trays to minimise weight.
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Do not use the oven door handle to lift the cooker,
instead open the oven door and lift the roof of the
oven cavity.
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Take care when lifting to avoid any sharp edges not
intended for lifting.
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Always ensure the appliance is switched off before
cleaning or replacing parts.
Information on disposal
for users
ENVIRONMENT!
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ost of the packaging materials are recyclable.
Please dispose of these materials through your local
recycling depot or by placing them in appropriate
collection containers.
• If you wish to discard this product, please contact
your local authorities and ask for the correct method
of disposal.
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Important safety instructions
Warning!
Oven
INDUCTION HOB MODEL
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Do not place heat resistant mats, wire mats or
aluminium foil under pots and pans.
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During use the appliance becomes hot. Care should be
taken to avoid touching the hot surfaces inside the oven.
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Do not allow pots to boil dry, as damage to both pan
and hob may result.
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Always use gloves when handling hot items inside
the oven.
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Do not use the hob as extra bench space or as a
cutting board.
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Switch the appliance off before removing the oven light
glass for globe replacement.
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To avoid an accident, ensure that oven shelves and
fittings are always inserted into the appliance in
accordance with the instructions.
Do not allow large cookware to overhang the hob onto
the adjacent benchtop. This will cause scorching to the
benchtop surface.
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Do not slide pans across the surface of the ceramic
glass as it could result in scratching of the surface.
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Do not use the door as a shelf.
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Do not push down on the open oven door.
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Do not cover the grill insert with foil, as fat left there may
catch fire.
The induction hob is not intended to be operated
by means of an external timer or separate remotecontrol system.
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Use only induction specific cookware.
If the hob surface is cracked, switched off the appliance
to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
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Always keep the grill dish clean as any fat there may
catch fire.
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Always turn the grill off immediately after use, as fat left
there may catch fire.
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Do not leave the grill on unattended.
Metallic objects such as knives, forks, spoons and lids
should not be placed on the hob surface since they can
get hot.
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To avoid a fire, ensure the grill tray and fittings are
always inserted into the appliance in accordance with
the instructions.
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After use, switch off the hob element by its control and
do not rely on automatic switch off.
GAS HOB MODEL
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Do not allow pots to boil dry, as damage to both pan
and hob may result.
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Do not operate the cooktop for an extended period of
time without a pot or pan on the burner.
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Do not allow large cookware to overhang the hob onto
the adjacent benchtop. This will cause scorching to the
benchtop surface.
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Ensure burner bodies and trivets are properly located.
Warning!
child safety
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This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
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Children should be supervised to ensure that they do
not play with the appliance.
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During use this appliance becomes hot. Care should
be taken to avoid touching hot surfaces, eg. Oven door,
heating elements, hobs or trivets.
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Accessible parts will also become hot when in use.
To avoid burns and scalds children should be
kept away.
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Always turn pan handles to the side or rear to prevent
accidental knocking and to keep out of reach of
children.
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EVE916ba components
Multi function electric oven and
programmable controller
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ON/OFF
Light on/off
Cooking function selector
Temperature control
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Cook time control
Delay end control
Set clock and timer control
Instant confirm
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Cooking function display
Temperature display
11 Cook time display
12 Delay end display
13 Clock/timer display
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14 Control panel (see above)
15 Exhaust air outlet
16 Triple glazed door
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EFE956ba components
Induction hob, multi function electric oven and
programmable controller
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ON/OFF
Light on/off
Cooking function selector
Temperature control
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Cook time control
Delay end control
Set clock and timer control
Instant confirm
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Cooking function display
Temperature display
11 Cook time display
12 Delay end display
13 Clock/timer display
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14 Induction hob (see page 22-30)
15 Control panel (see above)
16 Exhaust air outlet
17 Triple glazed door
18 19 Storage compartment
Kick panel
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EFE916ba components
Gas hob, multi function electric oven and
programmable controller
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ON/OFF
Light on/off
Cooking function selector
Temperature control
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Cook time control
Delay end control
Set clock and timer control
Instant confirm
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Cooking function display
Temperature display
11 Cook time display
12 Delay end display
13 Clock/timer display
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14 Wok burner control
15 Semi rapid burner control
16 Semi rapid burner control
17 Auxiliary burner control
18 Semi rapid burner control
19 Wok burner control
20 Gas hob (see page 31-32)
21 Control panel (see above)
22 Exhaust air outlet
Triple glazed door
24 Storage door
25 Kick panel
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before using the appliance
Preparing the appliance
1.Please remove all stickers, leaflets and boxes from the
door and from the floor of the oven before operation.
2.Please wipe out the oven interior prior to operation
with warm soapy water and polish dry with a soft
clean cloth. Do not close the oven door until the
oven is completely dry.
3.Do not line the oven with foil. It will damage
the enamel.
Setting the time
The time of day must be set before the appliance can
operate.
After the appliance has been electrically connected “Set
Clock” will illuminate under the clock display and the Hour
digits will flash.
1.Use the timer + and - to set the hour portion of the
current time (including AM/PM).
2.Press OK when the hours are set correctly. The Minute
digits will flash.
3.Use the timer + and - to set the minutes portion of the
current time.
4.Press OK when the minutes are set correctly. You can
turn off the oven or it will do so after 8 seconds.
Once the time has been entered, the clock advances
minute by minute.
NOTE: The clock has a 12 hour display.
IMPORTANT!
• T
he clock will remember the time for 24 hours
without power.
• The display has 3 levels of brightness.
• Brightest illumination: whenever the oven is in use.
• Medium illumination: whenever the oven is not in use.
• Lowest illumination: whenever the oven is not in use
between the hours of 10pm and 6am.
Installing the catalytic liners
The oven will arrive with a catalytic fan baffle already fitted.
Optional side panels are also supplied and may be fitted
before installing the side racks. The sole purpose of the
side panels is to make cleaning the oven easier. Omitting
them will have no effect on the cooking performance of the
oven. They can be fitted at any time by removing the
side racks.
The catalytic liners supplied attach to the left and right
sides of the oven. Please note that there is a different
version for each side.
1.Position the first liner as per the diagram. The black,
shiny side of the liner should be facing the oven wall,
the hooks pointing down. Note that the diagram
shows the left hand liner. The right hand side will be a
mirror image of this.
2.Line the hooks up with the slots provided in the oven
wall, push them in and then allow the liner to slide
down to its final position. All 4 hooks MUST be
engaged in slots.
The access hole for the side racks should be visible when
the liner is correctly positioned - see diagram.
IMPORTANT!
New appliances can have a smell during first use.
It is recommended to ‘run in’ the oven before you
cook for the first time. Operate the oven, empty, at
a temperature of 180ºC for approximately 2 hours.
Please ensure the room is well ventilated during
this process.
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before using the appliance
Installing the side racks
Positioning the dishes on the grill dish carrier
1.Insert the twin pegged side into the rear access holes
provided, ensuring pegs are fully inserted.
2.Then locate the front peg into the front access hole
and push in firmly.
Fitting the shelves and grill dish carrier onto
telescopic slides
Fitting the shelves and grill dish carrier between the
side rack wires
The shelves are designed so that they have maximum
extension but cannot be accidentally pulled right out. The
grill dish carrier is designed the same way and can slot
straight into the side racks.
To fit a shelf or grill dish carrier to side racks:
1.Locate the rear edge of the shelf/carrier in between
guide rails of the side rack - see diagram.
2.Ensure the same rail positions on both sides of the
oven are being engaged. With the front edge raised,
begin to slide the shelf into the oven.
3.Once the detents have passed the front edge of the
side rack, the shelf can be pushed completely in.
When fully inserted the shelf/carrier should not interfere
with the closed oven door.
To fit a shelf or grill dish carrier to telescopic slides:
1.With the slides fully pushed in, push the shelf/carrier
along the top of the slide until it hits the back post.
2.Drop the front of the shelf/carrier ensuring it sits
behind the front post of the slide (see illustration).
When fully inserted the shelf/carrier should not
interfere with the closed oven door.
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before using the appliance - gas hob model
Installing the trivets
Installing the burners and trivets
1.
Position the 2 side trivets onto the hob first, ensuring the
2 corner location recesses are to the back of the hob.
2.Then position the middle trivet ensuring the trivet
fingers are aligned with the side trivet fingers.
3.Take care when placing the trivets onto the glass.
4.The wok support sits on top of the trivet above the
wok burner.
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Side trivet
Middle trivet
Wok support
Side trivet
Standard burner cap
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Standard burner crown
7 Standard burner cup
8 Standard burner spark plug
9 Standard burner flame
safeguard sensor
10 Wok burner flame safeguard sensor
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11 Wok burner spark plug
12 Wok burner inner cap
13 Wok burner outer cap
14 Wok burner crown
15 Wok burner body
Installing the wok burners
Installing the standard burners
1.The burner crown must be fitted correctly onto the
burner cup or damage will occur during operation.
2.To do this, align the outer hole and outer recess of
the burner crown around the spark plug and flame
safeguard sensor. Drop down ensuring the location
ribs on the bottom of the crown drop into the
location recesses.
3.The burner cap is simply positioned over the top of the
burner crown.
1.The wok burner crowns must also be fitted correctly
onto the wok burner cups.
2.To do this, align the sausage shaped cutouts on the
burner crown with the sausage shaped cutouts on the
burner body. Drop down ensuring the centre location
pin of the crown has dropped into the corresponding
recess in the body.
3.The 2 burner caps are simply positioned over the top
of the burner crown.
NOTE: When the burners are correctly fitted they will sit
level on the hob.
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using the OVEN
Turning the oven on
• S
witch on the oven by touching the ON/OFF
symbol. The LCD control panel will come on and
inform you that you need to select a cooking function.
• If you do not select a function within 20 seconds the
oven will turn off.
Selecting a temperature
The temperature is electronically controlled.
The temperature can be selected within the range of 30ºC
to 250ºC and can be adjusted at any time. To set the
temperature, press the temperature
and temperature
symbols to reach the desired setting.
Press OK, or if no further changes are made within
8 seconds the oven begins to heat up to the set
temperature. The current oven temperature will appear
above set temperature. This will change as the oven heats
up and the background colour will change from grey
to red.
When the temperature is reached, “Set temperature
reached” will appear, only the target temperature will
be displayed.
Select a cooking function
Your oven will have a selection of functions. Press the
function
or function
symbols as many times as
necessary until the desired function appears.
Cooking suggestions will appear under the function name
and suggested cooking temperatures will appear above
the temperature selector.
If no other symbol is touched within 8 seconds the
oven will switch on and begin to heat up to the
displayed temperature.
IMPORTANT!
Pre-heating
Pre-heating your oven is recommended in several cooking
and grilling functions. Pre-heating your appliance allows it
to reach the required temperature quickly and efficiently as
well as cook your food at the correct temperature for the
entire cook time.
These models are equipped with a built-in rapid heat-up
that activates each time you start an oven function. During
the rapid heat-up phase the heat comes from the element
surrounding the fan as well as the smaller element above
the food. This combination will heat up your oven 30%
quicker than it would on standard “Bake”. The oven will
automatically revert to the set cooking function once the
preset temperature is reached.
Turning the oven off
Touch the
‘ON/OFF’ symbol to switch off the oven.
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using the OVEN
Cooking with the timer
Your oven is equipped with a programmable controller that
can be used to turn the oven on and off automatically. The
‘cook time’ controls are used to automatically turn the oven
off after a set amount of time. The ‘Delay End’ controls are
used to set the time of day that you want the cooking cycle
to finish at.
Setting the cook time
1.Select the desired oven function and
cooking temperature.
2.Touch the cook time symbol as often as necessary
(or hold), until the desired cook time has been set.
3.Press ‘OK’ or after 8 seconds from the last time
adjustment the oven will start cooking and the ‘cook
time’ display will countdown to zero.
4.The oven will turn off and beep when the ‘cook time’
display reaches zero.
Setting the delay end time
The delay end function can be used to switch the oven on
and off at a specific time during the day.
1.Check the clock displays the correct time of day.
2.Select the desired oven function and
cooking temperature.
3. Set the required cook time.
4.Press the “delay end” symbol to move the end time.
5.Touch ‘OK’ or after 8 seconds from the last time
adjustment the SET icon will light and your oven is now
programmed. The oven will start its cooking cycle to
finish at the set “end time”
6.When the oven has finished cooking, cook time can
be extended or the beeper turned off just as in ‘cook
time’ mode.
7.Touch the ‘delay end’ symbol to move the end
time forward.
8.Touch ‘OK’ or after 8 seconds from the last time
adjustment the SET icon will light and the oven is
now programmed.
The oven will commence its cooking cycle to finish at the
set ‘end time’.
IMPORTANT!
• W
hen you use the ‘cook time’ function, the ‘Finishes
at’ display activates and tells you what time of day the
oven will turn off (based on the set cook time).
• During cooking, you can adjust the cook time with the
Cook time or symbols.
• When the cook time has elapsed, an audible signal
will sound for 10 seconds, the oven will switch off and
COOKING FINISHED will be displayed.
• To stop the audible signal, press any of the symbols on
the control panel.
• If you wish to cook a bit longer, press the ‘cook time’
symbol for each additional minute you require.
The oven automatically reverts to the function and
temperature previously programmed. This feature is
available for 5 minutes after cooking has finished. After
that, the oven automatically switches off.
IMPORTANT!
• 3
0 seconds after a cooking function has started, it is
no longer possible to delay the start time.
• In order to delay a cooking function that has already
started, the oven needs to be switched off then
switched on again and re-programmed.
• Even though the heating element turns off, the oven
will still retain substantial heat. This will continue to
cook food until it is removed or the oven cools down.
If you do not plan on being present when the oven
turns off, you should take this extra heating time
into account.
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Timers
The appliance has two timers which can be used one at a
time. The count up timer can be used to measure a period
of time. The count down timer beeps at the end of a
preset time.
Adjusting the clock
1.Switch on the oven by touching ‘ON/OFF’ symbol.
2.Select ‘SETTINGS’ from the function list and
touch OK.
3.Select ‘SET CLOCK’ from the list and touch OK.
4.“Set Clock” will illuminate under the clock display.
5.Use the timer
and
to set the hour portion of the
current time (including AM/PM).
6.Touch ‘OK’ when the hours are set correctly.
7.Use the timer and to set the minutes portion of
the current time.
8.Touch ‘OK’ when the minutes are set correctly. TIME
SAVED will be displayed and then the function display
will revert to the ‘set clock’ menu. Turn off the oven or
it will do so after 8 seconds.
Setting the count up timer
The timer can be used independently of the oven for
measuring a count up period. There is no alert provided
with this timer.
1.Touch either ‘timer’ or
2.00min will be displayed along with a bell and the up
arrow will flash.
3.To begin the count up timer press OK or wait
8 seconds.
4.To reset the count up timer, press ‘timer’ once to
show 00min. Press OK to restart or wait 8 seconds.
5.To cancel the count up timer press ‘timer’ twice.
Setting the count down timer
The timer can be used independently of the oven for
setting a count down period. When the period of time has
elapsed, an audible signal sounds.
1.Touch either ‘timer’ or
2.00min will be displayed along with a bell and the up
arrow will flash.
3.Touch the ‘timer’ to set the countdown period.
4.The timer bell icon will flash.
5.To begin the count down timer press OK or wait 8
seconds. When the timer starts, the bell will stop
flashing and the timer will begin to count down.
6.When the set time has elapsed, an audible signal will
sound for 2 minutes. The time indication ‘00min’ and
the timer bell will flash on the display.
7.To stop the signal, touch either of the ‘timer’
or symbols.
8.To cancel the count down timer, continue to touch
‘timer’ until zero is reached.
Additional functionality
Light on/off
Turn the oven lamp off and on when in any cooking mode
by simply touching the symbol .
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using the OVEN
Activating the child-proof lock
When the child lock is engaged, the oven cannot be
switched on.
1.Switch on the oven by touching the
‘ON/OFF’ symbol.
2.Select ‘SETTINGS’ from the function list
and touch ‘OK’.
3.Select ‘ACTIVATE LOCK’ from the list
and touch ‘OK’.
4.The words LOCKED are displayed, a single beep
will sound to confirm the operation. The child
lock is now engaged.
De-activating the child lock
1.Touch any symbol on the control panel (including
the ‘ON/OFF’ symbol). ‘Locked’ will appear
on the display.
2.Touch any symbol again. The display will instruct
you to touch both ‘cook time’ symbols for
2 seconds.
3.Hold until a beep sounds. The child lock is now
released and the oven is ready to use.
Other settings
The ‘Settings’ function gives the opportunity to
change oven functionality.
1.Switch on the oven by touching the
‘ON/OFF’ symbol.
2.Select ‘SETTINGS’ from the function list and
touch OK.
3.Select ‘SET CLOCK’ to change the time of day.
4.Select ‘TIME OF DAY’ to have the time
permanently displayed or not.
5.Select ‘BUZZER VOLUME’ to adjust the ‘beep
on touch’ and alarm loudness.
6.Select ‘KEY TONE’ to turn the ‘beep on touch’
on or off.
7.Select ‘SCREEN BRIGHTNESS’ to adjust the
brightness of the display.
8.Select ‘SCREEN CONTRAST’ to adjust the
contrast of the display.
9.Select ‘TEMPERATURE UNITS’ to change
between Celsius and Fahrenheit units.
10.Select ‘ACTIVATE LOCK’ to turn child lock on.
11.Touch ‘OK’ to go into each selection to change
its settings.
Safety cut-out features
The oven automatically switches itself off if the
temperature is not adjusted or the appliance is left
operating after a period of time. The oven switches itself
off after:
• 12.5 hours when the temperature is set between 30°C
and 120°C.
• 8.5 hours when the temperature is set between 120°C
and 200°C.
• 5.5 hours when the temperature is set between
200°C and 250°C.
demo mode
This mode is intended to be used in retail shops to
demonstrate the oven functionality without any power
consumption except to the oven lights.
The following instructions demonstrate how to enter and
exit ‘DEMO’ mode.
1.Ensure the oven is off by touching the
‘ON/OFF’ symbol.
2.Touch and hold the ‘ON/OFF’ symbol until the
display turns ON then OFF. Immediately after, touch
both the cooktime symbols simultaneously. Hold until
a triple beep sounds.
Condensation
Excess condensation may fog the oven door. This may
happen when cooking large quantities of food from a cold
start. Minimise condensation by:
• Keeping the amount of water used whilst cooking to
a minimum.
• Making sure the oven door is firmly closed.
• Baking custard in a baking dish that is slightly smaller
than the water container.
• Cooking casseroles with the lid on.
NOTE: If using water in cooking, this will turn to steam
and condense outside your appliance. This is not a
problem or fault with your oven.
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oven cooking functions
Symbol
Function Description
Fan cook
Heat comes from the element surrounding the fan. This fan circulates the hot air around the oven cavity
so that you can put your food in different places in the oven and still cook them at the same time. You can
use the ‘Fan Cooking’ function for multi-shelf cooking, reheating cooked foods, pastries and complete
oven meals. It will cook at a lower temperature and be faster than baking. Please note that some variation
in browning is normal.
Traditional
bake
Heat comes from two elements, one above and one below the food. The bottom element is a clean heat
element and is below the floor of the oven. Both elements are controlled by the thermostat and will turn on
and off to maintain set temperature. You can use the ‘Traditional Bake’ function for single shelf cooking,
single trays of biscuits, scones, muffins, cakes, slices, casseroles, baked puddings, roasts and delicate
egg dishes. This is a general function that can be used for most cooking.
Fan assist bake
Heat comes from two elements, one above and one below the food. The fan circulates the hot air around
the oven cavity so that you can put the food in different places in the oven and still cook them at the same
time. You should only use a maximum of two shelves with ‘Fan Assist Bake’. Do not use the bottom shelf.
If the two shelves are used, food on the shelf in the higher position will cook first and should then be
removed to allow the food on the lower shelf to finish cooking.
Roast
This function starts at a higher temperature to seal the meat. The oven will then automatically reduce to
the selected temperature to cook the meat for as long as desired. For example, if you use the default
200°C the ‘Roast’ cycle will start at 240°C and then lower to 200°C.
Pastry
The ‘Pastry’ function is specially designed for food that require extra browning such as the bases of
pastries and pies. Heat comes from the element below the food. If you choose the default setting, the
oven will heat up to 230°C in order to brown the food. You should then lower the temperature as required.
Cook in the lower half of the oven when you are using only one shelf.
Pizza
‘Pizza’ is a combination of ‘Pastry’ and ‘Fan Assist Bake’ and offers you the combined benefits of both
functions. Heat switches between the element surrounding the fan and the clean heat element below the
oven floor. The ‘Pizza’ function is ideal for foods that require cooking and browning on the base. It is for
foods such as pizzas, quiches, meat pies and fruit pies. Simply place the food in the middle of the oven
and set the desired temperature.
Cook from
frozen
The ‘Cook from Frozen’ function is ideal for cooking frozen precooked foods such as savoury pastries,
pizzas, mini meals (TV dinners), meat pies and fruit pies. Heat comes from the element surrounding
the fan as well as a smaller element above the food. Simply place the food in the oven straight from the
freezer and heat. Cook in the upper half of the oven for best results.
Full grill
‘Full Grill’ directs radiant heat from two powerful upper elements onto the food. You can use ‘Full Grill’
function for tender cuts of meat, steak, chops, sausages, fish, cheese toasties and other quick
cooking foods.
Grill with the oven door closed.
‘Full Grill’ allows you to take full advantage of the large grill dish area and will cook faster than the ‘Half Grill’
function. For best results it is recommended to preheat your grill for three minutes. This will help seal in the
natural juices of steak, chops etc for a better flavour.
Full Grill has 2 temperature settings, ‘LO’ and ‘HI’.
Left grill
The ‘Left Grill’ directs radiant heat from only one of the powerful upper elements onto the food. The ‘Left
Grill’ function is used instead of ‘Full Grill’ when only half the amount of grill area is needed. Left Grill has 2
temperature settings, ‘LO’ and ‘HI’.
Grill with the oven door closed.
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Fan grill
‘Fan Grill’ offers you the benefits of both fan assist bake and traditional grill functions. The grill element
turns on and off to maintain set temperature while the fan circulates the heated oven air.
Grill with the oven door closed.
You can use ‘Fan Grill’ for large cuts of meat, which gives you a result similar to ‘rotisserie’ cooked meat.
Put your food on a shelf in the second lowest shelf position. Put the grill dish on the lowest shelf position
to catch any spills. When using ‘Fan Grill’ it is not necessary to turn the food over during the cooking
cycle. Set temperature to 180°C.
Keep warm
The ‘Keep Warm’ function is a low temperature oven function designed to keep your food at a perfect
eating temperature without cooking it further. Heat comes from the smaller elements above the food and
is circulated by the fan. Use ‘Keep Warm’ to keep your food warm while you prepare the rest of the meal
or afterwards while you wait for the late arrival.
Note: After cooking, the oven retains enough heat to continue to cook food even if the elements are
turned off. The ‘Keep Warm’ function recognises this by giving you a warning message. If this happens
the function will not start.
Defrost
The ‘Defrost’ function uses low temperature air that is circulated by the fan. You can defrost (thaw) your
food before you cook it. You can also use ‘Defrost’ to raise your yeast dough and to dry fruit, vegetables
and herbs. The ‘Defrost’ function does not have a suggested temperature but uses the ambient heat in
the oven cavity.
Oven shelf location
Your oven has 6 positions for mounting the shelves or
grill dish carrier.
These are numbered from 1 (the lowest shelf position)
to 6 (the highest shelf position). See diagram.
6
5
4
3
2
1
To give maximum space above and below the shelves,
load them in this way:
• When cooking with 1 shelf, use position 1 or 2.
• When cooking with 2 shelves, use position 1 and 3.
• When grilling use position 4, 5 or 6. FOOTNOTE: Use the oven efficiently, by cooking many
trays of food at the same time e.g. 2 trays of scones,
small cakes or sausage rolls.
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oven baking GUIDE
Choosing the best oven settings
The following table is intended as a guide and experience may show some variation in cooking times necessary to meet
individual requirements. We recommend that you preheat your oven for 30 minutes.
Modes without Oven Fan
Food
Temperature •C
Oven shelf position*
Time in minutes
Scones
Plain or fruit
220
2 or 3
10 – 15
Biscuits
Rolled
Spooned
Shortbread biscuits
170
190
160
3
3
3
13 – 18
13 – 18
30 – 35
Meringues
Hard - individual
Soft - individual
Pavlova - 6 egg
110
180
110
3
3
3
90
15 – 20
75
Cakes
Cupcakes
Sponge - 4 egg
Shallow butter cake
190
180
180
2 or 3
2 or 3
3
15 – 20
20 – 30
25 – 30
Pastry – short
crust
Cornish pasties
Custard tart
200
200/180
3
3
40 – 45
Pastry 8/200
Whole tart 10/200 &
20/180
Pastry – choux
Cream puffs
210
3
25 – 30
Yeast goods
Bread
210
3
25 – 30
Modes with Oven Fan
Food
Temperature
•C
Oven shelf position*
single shelf
Time in minutes
multi shelf
Scones
Plain or fruit
210
2 or 3
1&3
10 – 15
Biscuits
Rolled
150
2 or 3
1&3
13 – 18
Meringues
Cakes
Pastry – short
crust
Spooned
180
2 or 3
1&3
13 – 18
Shortbread
150
2 or 3
1&3
13 – 18
Hard – individual
100
2 or 3
1&3
90
Soft – individual
165
2 or 3
1&3
15 – 20
Pavlova – 6 egg
100
2 or 3
1&3
75
Cupcakes
180
2 or 3
1&3
15 – 20
Sponge – 4 egg
170
2 or 3
1&3
20 – 30
Shallow butter cake
170
2 or 3
1&3
25 – 30
Rich fruit cake
170
2 or 3
1&3
60
Cornish pasties
180
2 or 3
1&3
40 – 45
Custard tart
190/170
2 or 3
1&3
20 – 30
Whole tart
Pastry 8/190
Whole tart 10/190 &
20/170
Pastry – choux
Cream puffs
200
2 or 3
1&3
25 – 30
Yeast goods
Bread
200
3
1&3
25 – 30
* Counting from the bottom shelf up.
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oven COOKING GUIDE
Roasting meat
Grilling Guide
1. Place the meat in the oven and set the temperature
between 180°C and 200°C. (It is recommended to
wrap your meats in an oven roasting bag or foil to
prevent fats and oils from splattering, making it easier
to clean your oven.)
2. Use the grill/oven dish and grill insert.
Place the meat on the insert.
3. Do not pierce the meat, as this will allow juices
to escape.
4. When the meat is cooked, take the roast out of the
oven, wrap in aluminium foil and leave to stand for
about 10 minutes. This will help retain the juices when
the meat is carved. The table shows temperatures and
cooking times for different kinds of meat. These may
vary depending on the thickness or bone content of
the meat.
Meat
Beef
Lamb
180°C - 200°C
As a method of cooking, grilling can be used to:
• E
nhance the flavours of vegetables, fish, poultry and meat.
• Seal the surface of the food and retain the natural juices.
This table shows how to grill different types of meat:
Lamb
Minutes per kilogram
Loin chops, short loin chops, chump chops,
and forequarter chops. Remove skin or cut
at intervals to stop curling. Brush with oil or
melted butter.
Sausages
Prick sausages to stop skin from bursting.
Rare
35 - 40
Poultry
Divide into serving pieces. Brush with oil.
Medium
45 - 50
Fish
Brush with oil or melted butter and lemon juice.
Well done
55 - 60
Bacon
Remove rind. Grill flat.
Medium
40
Well done
60
180°C - 200°C
Well done
60
Pork
180°C - 200°C
Well done
60
Roasting poultry and fish
1. Place the poultry or fish in an oven set at a moderate
temperature of 180°C.
2. Place a layer of foil over the fish for about three
quarters of the cooking time.
The table shows temperatures and cooking times
for different kinds of fish and poultry. These may vary
depending on the thickness or bone content of the meat.
Poultry & Recommended Fish
temperature
Minutes per kilogram
Chicken
180°C - 200°C
45 - 50
Duck
180°C - 200°C
60 - 70
Turkey
180°C - 200°C
40 - 45
(>10kg)
35 - 40
(<10kg)
180°C - 200°C
Grilling is conducted with the oven door closed
Tenderloin, rump, sirloin. Brush with oil or
melted butter, especially if the meat is very lean.
Veal
Fish
NOTE: Always clean the grill/oven dish after every use.
Excessive fat build-up may cause a fire.
Beef
Recommended temperature
180°C - 200°C
Warning!
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Guide to better grilling
Steak
15 - 20 minutes
Chops
20 - 30 minutes
Fish
8 - 10 minutes
Bacon
4 - 5 minutes
No definite times can be given for grilling because
this depends on your own tastes and the size of the
food. These times should only be used as a guide and
remember to turn the food over halfway through the
cooking process.
For better grilling results, follow these easy instructions:
1. Preheat grill for at least 5 minutes.
2. Choose only prime cuts of meat or fish. If the cut is less
than 5mm thick it will dry out. If the cut is more than 40mm
thick, the outside may burn whilst the inside remains raw.
3. Do not place aluminium foil under the food as this
prevents fats and oils from draining away, which could
result in a fire.
4. Baste the food during cooking with butter, olive oil
or marinade. Grilled food is better if marinated
before cooking.
5. Use tongs to turn food as a fork pierces the surface
and will let juices escape.
Fan Grill
The “Fan Grill” assists the grilling process by circulating
the heat evenly around the food. The recommended
temperature setting is 180°C for all fan grilling functions.
1. Place the grill dish on the bottom rack.
2.
Place meat/poultry on an oven shelf above the grill dish.
3. Wipe off any oil or fat which spatters while the oven
is still warm.
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DEALING WITH COOKING PROBLEMS
Problem
Causes
Remedies
Uneven cooking:
Incorrect shelf position.
elect shelf that puts food in the centre of
S
the oven.
Oven tray too large.
Experiment with other trays or dishes.
Trays not centralised.
Centre trays.
Air flow in oven uneven.
Rotate food during cooking.
Grill dish affecting thermostat.
Remove grill dish from oven on bake modes.
Oven not preheated.
Preheat the oven.
Baking tins too large for the recipe.
Use correct size tins.
Baking tins not evenly spaced.
Stagger baking tins at least 3cm between
tins and the oven walls.
roducts not evenly sized or spaced
P
on trays.
Make into same size and shape, and spread
evenly over trays.
Baking temperature too high.
Lower the temperature.
Baking tins too large for the recipe.
Use correct size tins.
Baking tins are dark metal or glass.
Change to shiny, light tins or lower the
temperature by 10°C.
Food too low in the oven.
Cook one shelf higher.
ven door opened too frequently
O
during baking.
on’t open the oven door until at least half
D
the cooking time has passed.
Baking temperature too high.
Lower the temperature.
Grill dish affecting thermostat.
Remove grill dish from oven on bake modes.
Baking temperature too high.
Lower the temperature.
Food too high in oven.
Cook one shelf lower.
Cake batter over mixed.
Mix just long enough to combine ingredients.
Pan too deep.
Check size of pan and use recommended
size.
Baked products too brown
on top:
Baked products too brown
on bottom:
Cakes have a cracked,
thick crust:
Baking pans dark.
Baked products are pale,
flat and undercooked:
Cakes fallen in the centre:
Roast meat & potatoes not
browning in fan oven:
Change to shiny pans.
Baking temperature too low.
Raise the temperature.
Food too low in oven.
Cook one shelf higher.
Baking time too short.
Increase cooking time.
Incorrect tin size.
Use correct size tin.
Baking temperature too low.
Raise the temperature.
Baking time too short.
Increase cooking time.
roportions of ingredients incorrect in
P
the recipe.
Check recipe.
Opening door too early in baking.
o not open the door until the last quarter
D
of cooking time.
Poor hot air circulation.
Elevate food onto a rack to allow air
circulation.
Grill dish affecting thermostat.
Remove grill dish from oven on bake modes.
Juices running out of meat:
Do not pierce meat with fork, turn with tongs.
Grilled meats overcooked on
outside & raw in the centre:
Grill at lower insert position.
Grilled chops & steaks curling:
Cut into fat every 2cm.
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oven cooking tips
• F
or best baking results preheat oven for 30 minutes.
• Select the correct shelf location for food being cooked.
• One of the grill trays can be used in the oven as a
baking dish.
• Make sure dishes will fit into the oven before you
switch it on.
• Keep edges of baking dishes at least 40mm from the
side of the oven. This allows free circulation of heat
and ensures even cooking.
• Do not open the oven door more than necessary.
• Do not place foods with a lot of liquid into the oven
with other foods. This will cause food to steam and
not brown.
• After the oven is turned off it retains the heat for some
time. Use this heat to finish custards or to dry bread.
• Do not use a lot of cooking oil when roasting. This will
prevent splattering oil on the sides of the oven and
the oven door. Polyunsaturated fats can leave residue
which is very difficult to remove.
• When cooking foods which require a high heat from
below (e.g. tarts), place the cooking dish on a scone
tray in the desired shelf position.
• For sponges and cakes use aluminium, bright finished
or non-stick utensils.
• Remove unnecessary trays or dishes when roasting
or baking.
Get to know your new oven with this ‘simple test cake’
Although we strive for a perfect performing oven, it’s
possible that there will be some variation in colour when
baking. Therefore, we suggest this simple, easy and
delicious to make Simple Test Cake, it can help you
understand your new oven. All ovens do sometimes have
hot or cold spots, therefore it is important to judge with
your eye as you may require to rotate during baking.
‘Simple Test Cake’
125g butter, softened to room temperature
1 cup caster sugar
1 teaspoon pure vanilla essence
4 large eggs
2 cups self-raising flour
pinch of salt
4 tablespoons (80ml) full-cream milk
Method:
1.Butter base and sides of two, 20cm straight-sided
round or square cake pans. Then line the base with
grease proof or baking paper.
2.Preheat oven to moderate ‘180ºC’ (170ºC fan forced)
and ensure oven shelf is in the centre position of oven.
3.Cream softened butter and sugar until light in colour.
4.Add vanilla essence.
5.Then eggs one at a time, beating well after
each addition.
6.Sift flour and salt into the mixture and beat until
well combined.
7. Add milk and beat or stir to combine.
8.Spoon mixture equally between prepared cake pans.
9.Bake in preheated oven, middle shelf for about 25
to 35 minutes or until when tested with a fine cake
skewer it comes out clean, or the edges of the cakes
have come away slightly from the sides of the
cake pans.
10.Remove from oven to wire cake rack and rest for 5
minutes before removing from cake pans.
Cool completely.
To Serve: sandwich together with your favourite jam or
conserve, and dust top with pure icing sugar.
FOOTNOTE: If desired substitute butter for either
margarine or olive oil spread. Recipe is based on
the Australian standard metric 250ml cup and 20ml
tablespoon sets.
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oven troubleshooting
If there is a problem with the appliance, please:
• Check the points listed below before calling for
service. It may be possible to avoid a call by fixing the
problem yourself – and so continue cooking.
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
Oven or grill not working
Time of day is not set
Set time of day
Power is not turned on
Switch on electricity
Controls are incorrectly set
Reset controls
Oven is in ‘Demo’ mode
Exit Demo mode (page 14)
Household fuse has blown or circuit
breaker tripped
Check fuses or circuit breakers
Child-proof oven lock is activated
Deactivate child lock (page 14)
Light may be turned off at control panel
Turn light on (page 13)
Lamp blown or loose socket
Replace or tighten lamp (page 36)
Household fuse has blown
Check fuses
Foil trays on bottom of oven
Remove foil trays
A timer function is activated
Refer timer functions (12-13)
Householde fuse has blown or circuit
breaker tripped
Check fuses or circuit breakers
Clock flashing on display
Power interruption
Reset the time (page 8)
Unit smoking when first used
Protective oils being removed
Turn grill on high for 30mins and then
oven on 200º for 1 hour
Functions and temperature appear on
display but oven does not work
Oven is in ‘Demo’ mode
Exit Demo mode (page 14)
When the door is open the fan stops
This is normal operation
When a non fan mode is selected the
oven fan starts
The fan is used to help the oven get to
the selected temperature as quickly as
possible
The light stays on when the door is
closed
An oven function has been selected
Oven light not working
Oven not heating enough
The light does not activate when the
door is opened
The light has been turned on at the
control panel
Turn light off (page 13)
Lamp blown or loose socket
Replace or tighten lamp
Further information
When you need information, service or replacement parts or
have a warranty enquiry, please contact the Customer
Care Centre:
• Australia - 1300 363 640, 8.00am-5.00pm
EST Monday to Friday
• New Zealand - 09 573 2384, 8.00am-5.00pm EST
Monday to Friday
Please have the following information ready: Model,
Model Number & Serial Number. This is shown on the
data plate which is visible when the oven door is open.
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using the induction hob
1
2
3
4
5
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6
7
8
16
15
14
9
10
11
12
Use the sensor fields to operate the appliance. The displays, indicators and sounds tell which
functions operate.
Sensor field
Function
1
Activates and deactivates the hob.
2
Locks and unlocks the control panel.
3
Activates and deactivates the STOP + GO function.
4
Activates the Chef function.
5
Heat setting display
Indicates the selected heat setting.
6
Timer indicators of cooking
zones
Indicates which of the cooking zones you have set the timer for.
7
Timer display
Indicates the time in minutes.
8
Indicates the Count Up timer is operating (1 to 59 minutes).
9
Indicates the Count Down Timer or the Minute Minder is operating
(1 to 99 minutes).
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using the induction hob
Sensor field
Function
10
Indicates which cooking zone.
11
Indicates that the cookware is incorrect, the diameter of the bottom of the
cookware is too small or there is no cookware on the cooking zone.
12
Activates and deactivates the Bridge function.
13
Activates and deactivates the Power function.
14
Increases or decreases the time.
15
Sets the cooking zone for the Timer function.
16
Sets the Timer functions.
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Control bar
Sets the heat setting.
Display
Function
5
Indicates the cooking zone is deactivated.
5
Indicates the cooking zone is operated.
5
Indicates the
5
Indicates the Automatic Heat Up function is operated.
5
Indicates the Power function is operated.
5
Indicates there is a malfunction (refer to malfunction list on page 29).
5
Indicates how much residual heat is left on a zone.
5
Indicates the Child Safety Lock is operated.
5
Indicates the use of incorrect cookware, too small or no cookware on the
cooking zone.
5
Indicates the Automatic Switch Off function has operated.
Warning!
The risk of burns from residual heat!
The residual heat display indicates how much heat is left
on the ceramic glass when the zone is deactivated. Use
this display to help avoid the risk of burns.
function is operated.
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using the induction hob
Activation and deactivation
Touch for 1 second to activate or deactivate the
appliance.
Automatic switch off
The appliance will automatically
switch off if:
• All cooking zones are deactivated ( ).
• You do not set the heat setting after you activate
the appliance.
• You spill something or put something on the
control panel for more than 10 seconds (a pan, a
cloth, etc). An acoustic signal will sound and the
appliance will switch off. Remove the object or
clean the control panel.
• The appliance becomes too hot (e.g. when a
saucepan boils dry). Before you use the appliance
again, wait for the cooking zone to cool down.
• You use incorrect cookware. The symbol will
come on and the cooking zone will deactivate
automatically after 2 minutes.
• A cooking zone is on for an extreme length of time.
The symbol will show and the appliance will
switch off. See below.
• The length of time that various settings can run
for before automatic switch off occurs are
shown below:
•
- 6 hours
•
- 5 hours
•
- 4 hours
•
- 1.5 hours
The heat setting
To adjust the heat setting, place your finger over the heat
bar graphic and slide across. The display will show the
adjusting heat setting.
Note: When you use cookware larger than 180mm the
manufacturer recommends that you put it on the rear
cooking zones.
Bridge function
The Bridge function connects two cooking zones together
and then operates them as one. You can use this function
for cookware larger than 260 mm.
First set the heat setting for one of the cooking zones.
To activate the Bridge function touch . The indicator will
then come on. To set or change the heat setting, touch
either one of the control sensors.
To deactivate the Bridge function touch . The
indicator will go off. The cooking zones will then operate
independently.
Fast heat up function
You can get a required heat setting in a shorter time if
you activate the Fast Heat Up function. This will run the
cooking zone at maximum until the required heat setting
is reached.
To start the Fast Heat Up function for a cooking zone:
1. Touch the power function sensor ( will come on).
2.Immediately touch your required heat setting. After 3
seconds comes on in the display.
3. The zone will heat at maximum until your required heat
setting is reached. The display will then change from
back to the required heat setting.
4.To stop the Fast Heat Up function change the
heat setting.
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Power management
Power management divides the power between the
front and rear zones for each of the 3 modules. See
illustration below:
This allows either the front or rear zone to draw power
from the other, if maximum power is required.
Chef function
The Chef function will activate all 6 cooking zones to
a predetermined heat setting. On the first use, the left
pair of zones is set to
, the middle pair is set to ,
and the right pair is set to .
This allows you to move your pots quickly onto a heat
setting of either a high, medium or low intensity.
• During the first 9 minutes, if the cooking zones
are empty, the display symbol will appear.
• After 9 minutes, if there are still cooking zones
empty, an acoustic signal will sound and the
heat setting on these zones will revert to .
• To reactivate a pair of zones that are at ,
touch the Chef function sensor again.
• To deactivate the Chef function on each of the
zones, touch the sensor.
• The heat setting of each of the 3 pairs of
zones can be changed by touching either heat
setting sensor. This altered heat setting will be
remembered the next time the chef function
is used.
The timer
The Count Down timer
Use the Count Down timer to set how long you want a
cooking zone to operate for.
The selection of the Timer function is only
possible if the zone heat setting has been set.
• To select the cooking zone: touch the sensor again and again until the correct zone
indicator is displayed.
• When this function is activated, the display
will come on. Immediately, touch the sensor
to set the time (00 - 99 minutes). When the
timer indicator of the cooking zone starts to
flash more slowly the time will begin to
count down.
• To see the remaining time select the cooking
zone with the sensor. The display will show
the remaining time.
• T
o change the Count Down Timer: select the
cooking zone with the sensor and touch
or .
• To deactivate the Count Down Time select the
cooking zone with the sensor and touch until
the time counts down to 00. The timer indicator will
go out.
When the timer countdown comes to an end, the cooking
zone will deactivate, the 00 will flash and a beep sound
will occur for 20 seconds.
The beep sound and flashing can be deactivated
immediately by touching the sensor.
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The Count Up timer
Use the Count Up timer to monitor how long a cooking
zone has operated for.
• The selection of the timer function is only possible if
the zone heat setting has been set.
• To select the cooking zone touch the sensor
again and again until the correct zone indicator
is displayed.
• To activate the Count Up timer: Touch .
The symbol goes out and comes on.
• The display will now start counting up in seconds
for the first minute and then minutes after that.
• To deactivate the Count Up timer: select the
cooking zone with and touch to deactivate
the timer. The symbol goes out and
comes on.
When the two Timer functions operate at the same
time, the display shows the Count Up Timer first.
The Minute minder
You can use the timer as a minute minder when the
cooking zones are not in operation. Touch . Then
touch or of the timer to set the time. When the timer
countdown comes to an end, 00 will flash and a beep
sound will occur for 30 seconds. The beep sound and
flashing can be deactivated immediately by touching the
sensor
The Stop+Go function
function to close down all of your operating
Use the
cooking zones to the lowest heat setting with just one
touch.
• To activate this function touch . The indicator
will come on and the symbol
will show on all
operating zones.
• When
is activated, you can not change the heat
setting.
• To deactivate this function touch
again. The heat
setting that you set before comes back on.
Deactivating the beep sound
The beeping sound can be deactivated if required.
• F
irst deactivate the hob.
• Then hold down for 3 seconds. The displays will
come on and then go out. Then hold down for 3
seconds. 60 will now be displayed.
• Touch and change display to 61. The sound will
now be off.
• When the sound is deactivated you will still hear
sounds when:
1. You touch
2. You put something on the control panel.
3. The timer alert comes on.
To reactivate the sound:
• First deactivate the hob.
• Then hold down for 3 seconds. The displays will
come on and then go out. Then hold down for 3
seconds. 61 will now be displayed.
• Touch and change display to 60. The sound will
now be on.
Lock
Use this function to prevent an accidental change of the
heat settings.
• First set the heat setting.
• To start this function touch . The symbol
will then show on all zones for 4 seconds before
reverting back to the heat settings.
• The indicator above the lock sensor will remain on.
• Timer functions will continue to operate after the
lock is activated.
• To stop this function touch again. Deactivating
the appliance will also stop this function.
Child safety lock
Use this function to prevent an accidental operation
of the hob.
• To activate this function, first turn the hob on by
touching the sensor.
• Then hold down the sensor for 2 seconds.
will then show on all zones for 4 seconds before
reverting back to the heat setting.
• Turn the hob off by touching the sensor again
and the hob is now in a mode where the heat
settings can not be accidentally operated.
• To unlock, first turn the hob back on by touching
the sensor, and then hold down the sensor
again. This will bring the hob back to normal
operating mode.
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using the induction hob
Helpful hints and tips
induction
cooking
Induction cooking uses a strong electromagnetic
field to induce energy into the metal of the cookware.
This energy makes the cookware become hot.
Cookware for induction cooking
IMPORTANT
It is important to use cookware that is appropriate
for induction cooking. When purchasing cookware
always check the manufacturers specifications.
Cookware material
• C
orrect: cast iron, steel, enamelled steel, stainless
steel, the bottom made of multi-layer.
• Not correct: aluminium, copper, brass, glass,
ceramic, porcelain.
Cookware is correct for an induction hob if...
• s ome water boils very quickly on a zone set to the
highest heat setting.
• a magnet pulls on to the bottom of the cookware.
T
he bottom of the cookware must be as thick and
flat as possible.
Use of the cooking zones
IMPORTANT
Always ensure the normal sized cookware is centred
over the crosses of the heating zones. Extremely
large cookware however cook on two cooking zones
at the same time.
Energy saving
How to save energy
• If possible, always put the lids on the cookware.
• Put cookware on a cooking zone before you
start it.
• Use the residual heat to keep the food warm or
to melt it.
• D
o not use cookware where the base diameter is
smaller than 125mm.
Eco timer
Whenever the countdown timer is used the heat setting
will deactivate before the final countdown time is
reached. Residual heat left in the cookware will complete
the final stage of cooking and hence some energy is
saved. The difference in the operation time depends
on the heat setting level and the length of the cooking
operation.
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using the induction hob
Cooking guide
Heat setting
The data in the table is for guidance only
Use to:
Time
Hints
Nominal power consumption
Keep warm.
as required
Place lid on cookware.
3%
1-3
Hollandaise sauce, melt: butter,
chocolate, gelatine.
5-25 min
Mix from time to time.
3-8%
1-3
Solidify: fluffy omelettes,
baked eggs.
10-40min
Cook with a lid on.
3-8%
3-5
Simmer rice and milk-based
dishes, heating up readycooked meals.
25-50min
Add twice as much liquid as
rice, mix milk dishes part way
through.
8-3 %
5-7
Steam vegetables, fish, meat.
20-45min
Add some tablespoons of liquid.
13-18%
7-9
Steam potatoes.
20-60min
Use max. of 1⁄4 litre of water for
750g of potatoes.
18–25%
7-9
Cook larger quantities of food,
stews and soups.
60-150 min
Up to 3 litres of liquid plus
ingredients.
18–25%
9-12
Gentle fry: escalope, veal
cordon bleu, cutlets, rissoles,
sausages, liver, roux, eggs,
pancakes, doughnuts.
as necessary
Turn halfway through.
25–45%
12-13
Heavy fry, hash browns, loin
steaks, steaks.
5-15 min
Turn halfway through.
45–64%
14
Boil water, cook pasta, sear
meat (goulash, pot roast), deep
fry chips.
1
Boil large quantities of water.
Power management
is activated.
Information on acrylamides
Important! According to the newest scientific knowledge,
if you brown food (especially ones which contain starch),
acrylamides can pose a health risk. Thus, we recommend
that you cook at the lowest temperatures and do not
brown food too much.
100 %
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induction hob troubleshooting
If there is a problem with the appliance, please:
• Check the points listed below before calling for
service. It may be possible to avoid a call by fixing the
problem yourself – and so continue cooking.
Problem
Possible cause
You cannot activate the appliance
or operate it.
Remedy
Activate the appliance again and set the
heat setting in less than 10 seconds.
You touched 2 or more sensor fields at
the same time.
Touch only one sensor field.
The Stop+Go function is activated.
Refer to Stop+Go instruction (page 26).
There is water or fat stains on the
control panel.
Clean the control panel.
An acoustic signal sounds and the
appliance deactivates. An acoustic
signal sounds when the appliance is
deactivated.
You have put something on one or more Remove the object from the
sensor fields.
sensor field.
The appliance deactivates.
You have put something on the
sensor field.
Remove the object from the
sensor field.
The residual heat indicator does not
come on.
The cooking zone is not hot because it
operated only for a short time.
If the cooking zone operated
sufficiently long to be hot, speak to
the service centre.
The Automatic Heat Up function does
not operate.
The cooking zone is already hot.
Let the cooking zone become
sufficiently cool.
The highest heat setting is set.
The highest heat setting has the
same power as the Automatic
Heat Up function.
The heat setting changes between
two levels.
The Power management is activated.
Refer to Power management instruction
(page 25).
The sensor fields become hot.
The cookware is too large or you put it
too near to the controls.
Put large cookware on the rear cooking
zones if necessary.
There is no signal when you touch the
panel sensor fields.
The signals are deactivated.
Refer to the OffSound control instruction
(page 26).
comes on.
The Automatic Switch Off has activated. Deactivate the appliance and activate
it again.
comes on.
The Lock or Child safety lock function
is activated.
Refer to the Lock and Child safety lock
instruction (page 26).
comes on.
No cookware is on the cooking zone.
Put cookware on the cooking zone.
The cookware is incorrect.
Use correct cookware.
The diameter of the bottom of the
cookware is too small for the
cooking zone.
Use cookware that has a bottom
diameter greater than 125mm.
The cookware does not cover
the cross.
Cover the cross fully.
There is an error in the appliance.
Disconnect the appliance from the
electrical supply for some time.
Disconnect the fuse from the electrical
system of the house. Connect it again.
If comes on again, speak to the
service centre.
and a number comes on.
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induction hob troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
comes on.
The electrical connection is incorrect.
The supply voltage is out of range.
Speak to a qualified electrician to check
the installation.
comes on.
There is an error in the appliance
because a pot has boiled dry.
The overheating protection for the
cooking zone and the automatic
switch off has operated.
Deactivate the appliance. Remove the
hot cookware. After approximately 30
seconds, activate the cooking zone
again. If the cookware was the problem,
the error message will go out but the
residual heat indicator will stay. Check
to see if the cookware is appropriate for
induction cooking.
comes on.
The electrical connection is incorrect.
One or more phases are missing.
Have a qualified electrician check if the
installation is correct with the connection
comes on again, speak
illustration. If
to the service centre.
A crack noise can be heard.
Can be caused by cookware made
of different materials (sandwich
construction).
This is a normal noise from this style
of cookware.
A whistle sound can be heard.
Can be caused by one or more
cooking zones operating at high
power levels and the cookware made
of different materials.
This is a normal noise from this style
of cookware.
A humming sound can be heard.
Can be caused by one or more cooking
zones operating at high power levels.
This is a normal noise and is not caused
by appliance malfunction.
A clicking sound can be heard.
Can be caused by electrical switching
inside the unit.
This is a normal noise and is not caused
by appliance malfunction.
A hissing and buzzing sound can
be heard.
Can be caused by the fan operating
inside the unit.
This is a normal noise and is not caused
by appliance malfunction.
Further information
When you need information, service or replacement parts or
have a warranty enquiry, please contact the Customer
Care Centre:
• Australia - 1300 363 640, 8.00am - 5.00pm
EST Monday to Friday
• New Zealand - 09 573 2384, 8.00am - 5.00pm EST
Monday to Friday
Please have the following information ready: Model,
Model Number & Serial Number. This is shown on the
data plate which is visible when the oven door is open.
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using the gas hob
1
5
1
2
3
4
7
9
10
5
9.0MJ/h Medium heat
burners. Used for simmering
with mid-sized cookware.
5.1MJ/h Low heat burner.
Used for simmering with
small cookware.
6
2
12
4
17.0MJ/h Intense heat wok
burners. Used for very fast
heating with woks and large
cookware.
7
LH wok burner dual control.
8
RH wok burner dual control.
Control knob for medium & low heat burners
To light a burner with this knob, firstly depress and turn
anti-clockwise to the ‘HI’ flame position. The knob may be
released once the flame is established and turned further
anti-clockwise to reduce the flame height as desired.
NOTE: If the flame goes out when either knob is
released, simply depress the knob again, this time
holding it down for approximately 5 seconds.
3
11
8
9
6
LH medium heat burner control.
10 Middle medium heat burner
control.
11 RH medium heat burner control.
12 Low heat burner control.
Control knob for wok burners
To light the WOK burner, depress the knob and turn
anti-clockwise to ignite the inner and outer burners
.
The knob may be released when both inside and
outside flames are established. Turning the knob further
anti-clockwise will reduce the height of the outer flame.
Turning the knob further to the single flame/single line
will extinguish the outer flame and control the height
of the inner flame.
Turning the knob clockwise back to
the outer flame.
will reignite
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gas hob TRoubleshooting
If there is a problem with the appliance, please:
• Check the points listed below before calling for service.
It may be possible to avoid a call by fixing the problem
yourself – and so continue cooking.
Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
Burner will not light even though Knob not held down long enough in ‘High’
the sparker is working.
position for flame safeguard to engage.
No spark is obtained when
control knob is activated.
Gas supply valve turned off.
Turn on gas supply to appliance.
Wrong knob turned off.
Ensure the knob you are turning corresponds
to the burner you want to light.
Port blockage in ignition area.
Ensure the ports in the ignition area are clean
and dry.
Ignition spark plugs wet or dirty.
Dry or clean ignition spark plugs.
Electricity supply is disconnected or
switched off.
Switch on electricity or check fuses.
Ignition spark plugs wet or dirty.
Dry or clean ignition spark plugs.
Flames uneven or tending to lift. Flame ports blocked or wet.
Flames not staying on when
knob released.
Low heat, slow cooking.
Repeat lighting procedure and hold knob
down for 5 seconds in ‘High’ position.
Clean or dry flame ports.
Burner incorrectly fitted.
Ensure this component is fitted correctly.
Knob not held down long enough in ‘High’
position for flame safeguard to engage.
Repeat lighting procedure and hold knob
down for 5 seconds in ‘High’ position.
Knob not set between ‘High’ and ‘Low’.
Knob MUST be set between these positions.
Dirt or spillage on flame safeguard sensor.
Clean flameguard sensor tip.
Incorrect cooking burner selection for the
size of pot being used.
Refer to page 31 for correct burner selection.
Flame safeguard
The gas hob is fitted with a safety system that will stop
the flow of gas if for any reason the flame goes out during
operation. If this happens, the burner can be restarted, but
will require the knob to remain depressed
for approximately 5 seconds.
Warning!
• K
eep hands clear of burners when lighting.
• If burner does not ignite within 5 seconds, turn knob to
‘Off’ position, allow gas to disperse, then try lighting again.
• Burners MUST be operated between ‘HIGH’ and
‘LOW’ settings only.
ENVIRONMENT!
To conserve gas, place the pan centrally over the burner
and adjust the flame so that it does not go past the edge
of the cookware.
NOTE: In the absence of electrical power, carry out
the ignition directly to the burner with a hand held
ignition source.
Further information
When you need information, service or replacement parts
or have a warranty enquiry, please contact the Customer
Care Centre:
• Australia - 1300 363 640, 8.00am-5.00pm
EST Monday to Friday
• New Zealand - 09 573 2384, 8.00am-5.00pm EST
Monday to Friday
Please have the following information ready: Model,
Model Number & Serial Number. This is shown on the
data plate which is visible when the oven door is open.
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cleaning your appliance
Warning!
• A
lways make sure that the appliance is electrically
isolated before cleaning. This can be done by the
functional switch nearby.
• Do not line the bottom of the oven with foil
or cookware.
• Do not use steam cleaners.
Stainless steel parts
Warning!
The oven door trim, the control panel trim and the
storage compartment are made from a special
stainless steel that resists fingermarks and should
only be cleaned with warm water and a mild
detergent. Do not use stainless steel cleaners,
abrasive cleaners or harsh solvents on these parts.
NOTE: Make sure you follow the polish or brushing lines
in the stainless steel.
• A
ll grades of stainless steel can stain, discolour or
become greasy. You must clean these regularly by
following the procedures below if you want your
appliance to look its best, perform well and have a
long life.
• Care must be taken when wiping exposed stainless
steel edges, they can be sharp!
• The stainless steel gas hob, side panels and kick
panel can be cleaned with stainless steel cleaners if it
becomes soiled or discoloured.
• A suitable cleaner can be purchased from Electrolux
Customer Care Centres.
Oven door
• D
O NOT use the oven without the inner and middle
door glass fitted.
• NEVER spray any caustic cleaners on any surface of
the door or damage to the surface coatings will result.
• DO NOT use metal utensils, scrapers, scourers, or
abrasive cleaners to clean the glass or any of the
door trims. These will damage or scratch the surface
coatings and degrade the finish and appearance.
• DO NOT place glass in dishwasher.
• Use only warm water and liquid detergent with a soft
cloth to clean the glass or trims.
• Before refitting the glass panes to the door ensure they
are dried with a soft cloth.
• The glass edges have been specially ground to
remove any sharp edges. However it is glass, and
should be handled carefully to avoid injury to your
person and damage to the glass.
• Ensure glass panels are refitted to the door in the
same order and orientation they came out from.
Gas hob
• T
he trivets can be removed for cleaning by carefully
lifting them from the hob.
• Clean by washing with warm soapy water.
• The burner caps and crowns are also removable
for cleaning.
• If the caps, crowns and cups are heavily soiled, use a
non-abrasive cleaning compound.
• Flame port blockages should be removed by using a
matchstick or brush.
• Do not clean them with abrasive or caustic type
cleaners, or clean them in a dishwasher.
• The hob glass can be cleaned with the supplied razor
blade scraper.
Induction hob
• R
emove all spilt food and fat with the supplied razor
blade scraper, while the ceramic glass is still warm but
not hot. Wipe clean with dishwashing detergent on a
damp cloth.
• If aluminium foil, plastic items or high sugar content
foods are allowed to melt on the ceramic glass, clean
immediately with the supplied razor blade scraper
before the surface has cooled down, otherwise pitting
of the surface can occur.
Note: Items with high sugar content not only include jam
and fruit, but also vegetables such as peas, tomatoes
and carrots.
• When the ceramic glass is cool, apply a suitable
cleaner (supplied with the appliance).
• It is important to follow the cleaner manufacturer’s
instructions. Remove any cleaning residue from the
surface as staining of the cooktop may occur.
• Do not use abrasive sponges or scourers, as they
may scratch the surface.
• Any pitting, staining, scratches or other surface
deterioration is excluded from the warranty.
• All stains/water marks can be removed by using the
supplied ceramic cleaner.
Oven
• A
lways keep your appliance clean. Ensure that fats
and oils do not accumulate around elements or fans.
• Always keep the oven dish, baking trays, grill dish
and grill dish inserts clean, as any fat deposits may
catch fire.
• Always wrap your meats in foil or an oven roasting
bag to minimise cleaning. Any polyunsaturated fats
can leave a varnish-like residue which is very difficult
to remove.
Grill
• A
lways keep the grill dish and grill dish insert clean,
as any fat deposits may catch fire.
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CLEANING oven accessories
Removing the shelves and grill dishes
• S
lide the shelves and grill dish carrier towards you until
they reach the front stop.
• Tilt them up at the front to clear the side supports,
taking care not to spill the contents.
• Lift them clear.
• Wash the shelves and grill dish in hot soapy water.
• Reverse the above steps to put the shelves and grill
dishes back again.
• Ensure that they are placed between the 2 support
wires or correctly onto the runners.
Removing the catalytic liners
• G
rasp the outside edge of the liner and push upwards
to release the hooks from the slots.
Releasing the grill element
To release the grill element so that the oven roof can be
accessed for cleaning.
• Push element upwards and rotate the 3 clips
backwards and away from the element rod. This will
allow the front of the element to drop down.
Removing the shelf supports
• Grasp the shelf support at the front.
• Pull it firmly inwards.
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CLEANING the oven door
Positioning the door for dismantling
The door needs to be positioned at an angle to aid in the
disassembly of the panes.
• Open the door fully to gain access to the hinges.
• Push down the hinge locking tab on both hinges.
Removing the glass panes
• R
emove the inner glass and middle glass from
the door.
• Clean the glass using detergent and warm water.
Wipe clean and dry thoroughly.
• The outside glass can not be removed from the
door and hence can be cleaned in-situ.
Inner Glass
Locking tab up - normal
position
Locking tab down - for
cleaning
• G
ently close the door until it stops in the partially open
position on the locking tab.
Middle Glass
NOTE: The door can not fully close with the locking tab
in this down position.
Removing the top door trim
Outside_
• Push in the 2 tabs on either side of the trim.
• Lift the trim away from the door.
Reassembling the glass panes & and top door trim
• R
eplace the middle glass back to the door first.
The middle glass is a clear pane and orientation of
the glass is not important.
• Replace the inner glass next ensuring the side that
is painted is facing away from the oven cavity.
• Replace the top door trim ensuring the 2 side tabs
have clipped into the column.
• Pull the hinge locking tabs back up and close
the door.
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Changing the light globes
• T
here are 2 light globes located in the top of the
oven cavity towards the front.
• To get access to the globes, firstly drop the element
down as explained on page 34.
• To remove, turn oven light glass anti-clockwise.
• A special high temperature resistant globe should
be used. This can be purchased from the Customer
Care Centre.
Light glass can be removed
- turn anti-clockwise
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catalytic liners
Operation
The catalytic liners are coated with a specially formulated
enamel coating, over a base of regular enamel. This
enamel coating has a rough surface which is also porous.
During normal cooking, fats and other food spatter is
partially absorbed into the surface and then oxidised away.
This oxidisation of the fat works best if the oven is set at
high temperatures. If you do a lot of lower temperature
baking, say around the normal 180ºC, then the cleaning
process may not be complete. Every now and then you
should turn the oven on to 260ºC for around one hour to
completely remove the soil.
Cleaning
Should the panels become heavily soiled, they will need
to be taken out of the oven and cleaned by hand. They
should be soaked in warm, soapy water for at least 2
hours and then wiped clean with a soft cloth.
Warning!
• S
olid cleaning powders, creamy cleansers, caustic
oven cleaners, steel wool or other scourers will ruin the
catalytic surface and must NEVER BE USED.
• When running the oven at 260°C to clean the catalytic
liners, surfaces under these conditions will be hotter
than usual and children should be kept away.
Storage compartment (selected models)
The storage compartment is accessible through the
pivoting door.
Unused oven racks and grill dishes can be stored here.
Warning!
DO NOT store flammable or combustible items in the
storage compartments. This is not a compartment for
warming food.
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installation of the appliance
Installing splashback (Models with hob only)
Fit splashback to rear of hob with three screws provided.
Cabinet requirements
Models EFE956BA & EFE916BA are designed to fit into a
900mm wide gap between standard kitchen cabinets. The
appliance integrates with the kitchen cabinets by matching
the height, depth and kick panel. The cooker may also
be installed at the end of a line of benches or with a free
space either side. In addition, a slot-in type installation is
catered for allowing a continuous cabinetry kick panel to
be used. Model EVE916BA is designed to be built into
cabinetry either below a benchtop or into a vertical cabinet.
Warning!
• T
he cooker must be installed and serviced only by an
authorised person.
• A Certificate of Compliance MUST be supplied to be
kept by the customer.
• The packing materials must be removed before you
install the cooker.
• The surrounding kitchen cabinets must be able
to withstand 85°C. Electrolux WILL NOT accept
responsibility for damage caused by installation into
kitchen cabinets which cannot withstand 85°C.
• The pipes used for installation MUST have sufficient
loops so the cooker can be moved for service
(gas model).
• The vents, openings and air spaces MUST NOT
be blocked.
• The anti-tilt brackets and chain or front stops MUST be
installed to avoid accidental tipping (freestanding and
slot-in models).
• You MUST NOT lift or pull the cooker by the
door handle.
• The cooker MUST be checked every five years.
Gas model clearance requirements
• E
nsure the appliance is installed in accordance
with clauses 6.2.5 and 6.10.1.1 of AS/NZS 5601.1
or clauses 6.9.1 and 6.9.5 of AS/NZS 5601.2 with
regard to clearances to combustible surfaces and
materials, and clearances to rangehoods and exhaust
fan. To ensure clearances of 200mm from burners to
vertical combustible surfaces observe the minimum
dimension of 100mm from each side of the cooker to
combustible surfaces.
• Clearances to combustible surfaces may be reduced
if combustible surfaces are protected in accordance
with clause 6.10.1.2 of AS/NZS 5601.1, or clause 6.9.2
of AS/NZS 5601.2.
• When setting the cooker height, ensure the top of
the cooker is at least 10mm higher than the level
of the benchtop.
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installation of the EVE916BA
Cabinet construction for built-in installation
For the best integration within a kitchen, install this
appliance in a cupboard that gives a flush fit with
the surrounding cupboard fronts. A recess of
20mm is ideal.
The appliance may also be mounted in a proud
fit configuration. This will push out the front of the
product from the cupboard front by 20mm.
Cut-out dimensions
Type of fit
A (width)
B (height)
B (height)
Flush fit (mm)
900
600
580 min.
Proud fit (mm)
868
590
560 min.
B
A
C
595mm
895mm
Underbench installation
Your underbench oven looks best when the control panel
is directly under the benchtop. An upper infill panel may
be added if the cooktop placed above the benchtop is
too deep. *Refer to cooktop installation instructions for
required clearance between cooktop and oven.
572mm
Vertical cabinet installation
The oven can be built into a vertical cabinet in the same
manner as an underbench. The required cavity dimensions
are the same and the product is secured to the cabinet in
the same way.
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installation of the EFE956BA & EFE916BA
Cabinet construction for freestanding installation
600mm
600mm minimum
vertical clearance from
combustible surfaces
900mm
minimum
Wall hook
Chain
600mm
15mm height of
trivet from hob
755mm
900mm
Anti-tilt Bracket
Gas Hob 910mm
(adjustable 910-930mm)
Induction Hob 906mm
(adjustable 906-926mm)
895mm
The freestanding type installation uses the appliance as
supplied, and can be fitted in between cabinets, with
cabinets on one side or without adjacent cabinets. There
is no clearance requirement to adjacent side cabinets.
To ensure cooker stability, the anti-tilt brackets must be
installed, and the end of chain attached to the appliance
must be placed onto the hook attached to the rear wall.
Installation of anti-tilt brackets and hook
Hole location for
hook installation
194
mm
840mm
425mm
376mm
• T
he anti-tilt brackets must be secured to the floor at
rear of cavity with an appropriate fastener according to
dimensions in diagram
• The hook is to be secured to the back wall in the
location shown above with an appropriate fastener
capable of withstanding a 10kg load
• Connect services to the appliance prior to placing
into cavity
Measurements are to be adjusted to
account for the thickness of any skirting
board or tiles coming between the back
of the appliance and the wall
• T
o locate appliance, slide into cavity ensuring the rear
left and right foot of appliance are captured by the
anti-tilt brackets
• Before the appliance is fully pushed into position,
place the chain attached to the rear of appliance
onto the wall hook
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installation of the EFE956BA & EFE916BA
Cabinet construction for slot in installation
600mm
600mm minimum
vertical clearance from
combustible surfaces
900mm
minimum
Anti-tilt
brackets
600mm
755mm
900mm
Gas Hob 765mm
Induction Hob 761mm
This surface to be level with the
top edge of the kick board
895mm
To convert the freestanding appliance to a slot in
installation the kick panel provided on the appliance
is removed and the appliance is mounted on a plinth.
This enables a continuous cupboard kickboard to
be installed, giving a more integrated appearance.
There is no clearance requirement between oven and
adjacent side cabinets.
Installation of anti-tilt brackets and stops
183
475
414
Location of holes for front stops
• T
he brackets are to be secured to the back wall with
appropriate fasteners.
• The bottom edge of the brackets rest on the horizontal
support surface.
• Two stops are to be screwed to the plinth in locations
as shown (stops provided). The stops locate into slots
in the base of the appliance to prevent the product
from being pulled forward when installed.
• Measurements from the rear wall are to be adjusted if
there are tiles etc, that come between the appliance
and the wall.
• O
nce services are connected, product can be lifted
onto the plinth and pushed back carefully, ensuring the
appliance engages into both brackets at the rear and
the front stops.
• If the product requires removal for service, it must be
lifted at the front approximately 5mm to clear the front
stops prior to being pulled forward.
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installation of the EFE956BA & EFE916BA
Slot in Installation
To remove the appliance kick panel
• R
emove all loose parts i.e. burner crowns & caps,
trivets, and oven shelves.
• Carefully lay down the appliance onto one side onto
foam packaging and remove the screws as shown
from each corner bracket.
Remove 4 screws on
each corner bracket
Installation sequence for freestanding or slot-in installation
• C
heck that the required services are correctly
positioned (see electrical & gas services requirements).
• Ensure cabinetry has the correct details.
• Install anti-tilt brackets and chain hook or front stops
as appropriate.
• Remove all packaging from cooker, remove all loose
parts i.e. trivets, burner crowns, oven shelves.
• Remove plastic film from cooker.
• Fit splash back to cooker.
• Slide cooker into position to check fitment to anti-tilt
bracket. For freestanding installation, check the height
and level of the cooker. Adjust cooker feet as required.
• Connect gas and electrical services.
• Place into position.
• Complete Certificate of Compliance.
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wiring requirements
The cooker MUST be installed in compliance with:
• Wiring connections in AS/NZS 3000 Wiring Rules
• Local regulations, municipal building codes and other
statutory regulations.
For New Zealand Only:
The cooking range must be connected to the
supply by a supply cord fitted with the appropriately
rated plug. This plug is to be compatible with the
socket-outlet fitted to the final sub-circuit in the
fixed wiring that is intended to supply this
cooking range.
Supply cord size required
EVE916BA, EFE916BA - 4mm2
EFE956BA - 10mm2
Data plate
gives information about rating
is located behind the bottom of
the oven door
Circuit
diagram
is located on the back panel of the
appliance
Connecting to services and commissioning
This appliance must be installed by an authorised person,
according to all codes and regulations of:
• Electrical supply authorities.
• Building regulations.
• Local government and council authorities.
• AS/NZS5601.1 (particular attention to 6.10.1 and figure
6.3, and clause 6.10.1.11).
• AS/NZS 3000 (particular attention to clause 4.3.11 and
clause 3.9).
Hard wiring detail
1.Remove terminal cover plate from rear panel
of appliance.
2.Fit wires through hole in cover plate and make
connections to terminals.
3.Engage wires into plastic clip. Secure plastic clip with
two long silver screws (supplied in separate bag).
4. Replace cover plate onto rear panel.
• A
functional switch MUST be provided near the
appliance in an accessible position (AS/NZS 3000 Clause 4.7.1).
• Wiring MUST be protected against mechanical failure
(AS/NZS 3000 - Clause 3.9).
• The cooker requires a means of all pole disconnection
incorporated into the fixed wiring. This MUST have a
disconnection gap of 3mm.
• The cooker MUST be properly earthed.
Plastic clips
Plastic clip
Securing points
Note: When connections are made to a multi-phase
230/240V supply, the bridge piece MUST be removed
from between the active connections.
Important!
Before you cook in your new oven it is important that the protective oils used in the manufacture of the product be removed.
Electrical connection location - Model Eve916BA
• M
ake sure that the room is well ventilated (to allow
smoke to escape).
• Run the grill on high for 30 minutes without grill dish.
• Then run the oven on 220°C for 1 hour.
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Entry point of electrical cable
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ELECTRICAL & GAS CONNECTION LOCATIONS
Checking piping size
Models EFE916BA, EFE956BA
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Gas connection point to regulator
Models: EFE916BA
Electrical cable
entry point
Models:
EFE916BA,
EFE956BA
To work out a suitable pipe size for connection use the
information in this table:
Model
Natural gas
Universal LPG
EFE916BA
66.1 MJ/h
57.5 MJ/h
Information about the length of run, number of elbows,
tees and bends, the available service pressure and the
supply requirements.
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806
NOTE: AS/NZS5601.1 will help you with this matter.
Electrical connection cable
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Installing the gas cooker
Gas pressures
The following table shows the supply and operating
pressures for various gases.
Gas type
Natural
gas
Universal LPG
Supply pressure at inlet
to appliance regulator (if
fitted)
1.13 (kPa)
Minimum
2.75
kPa
Operating pressure at
appliance test point
1.00 (kPa)
2.60 kPa
The following table shows the injector sizes for
each burner.
Injector Orifice
Natural gas Universal LPG
Low heat burner
1.00mm
0.55mm
Medium heat burner
1.35mm
0.70mm
Intense heat
dual wok burner
0.85mm
(inner)
2 x 1.25mm
(outer)
0.46mm
(inner)
2 x 0.73mm
(outer)
Gas connection
Read these points before connecting to the gas supply:
• The appliance is preset for natural gas use. If LPG is
to be used see Conversion to LPG section.
• Gas installation must be made in accordance with
AS5601, the local gas fitting regulations, municipal
codes and other statutory regulations.
• The gas connection point is a ½” BSP external thread
located at the rear of the appliance as shown.
• A regulator is supplied which must be fitted to the
appliance. Ensure that when fitted the pressure test
point of regulator is accessible.
• The regulator is to be fitted to the appliance
connection point, then fit hard piping from the
regulator to the consumer hard piping. Ensure the
installation allows the withdrawal of the appliance.
• The appliance as supplied is not approved for
connection with a flexible hose. However, an approved
flexible hose kit ACC064 is available if the installation
requires use of flexible hose.
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Lpg conversion
Model EFE916BA
This appliance is supplied set up for Natural Gas usage.
A conversion kit is included with the product for Universal
LPG usage. The conversion kit contains 10 injectors and 1
LPG sticker.
Please follow the procedure below if a conversion to suit
UNIVERSAL LPG is required.
1.Remove the hotplate trivets, burner caps and burner
crowns to access the hotplate injectors. Replace the
factory fitted injectors with the appropriate injectors, as
supplied. Refer to injector orifice table for injector sizes.
The injector size is stamped on the side of the injector.
2.Unscrew the hex nut from the regulator. The hex nut,
brass washer and nylon insert will disengage as
an assembly.
3.Unclip the nylon insert from the nut assembly by
rotating the insert 1/4 turn, and pulling it free.
4. Turn over the insert, and clip back into position.
5.Refit the hex nut assembly to the regulator ensuring
that it is fully screwed down. The regulator is now set
for connection to LPG.
6.Turn on the gas supply and at each new connection
check for leaks using soapy water: each hotplate valve
should be turned on, one at a time, and the injector
hole blanked off for several seconds.
7.The operation of the regulator can be confirmed by
connecting a manometer to the pressure test point
located on the side of the regulator body adjacent to
the outlet.
With the appliance operating check the outlet pressure:
• When all burners of the appliance are operating
at maximum,
• When the smallest burner of the appliance is
operating at minimum.
Under these conditions the outlet pressure should not
vary from the nominal outlet pressure of 2.60kPa by
more than ±0.52kPa.
8.If the regulator appears to not be performing
satisfactorily then check the following points:
• If the outlet pressure is consistently too low then the
inlet pressure may be too low and adjustment of an
upstream regulator may be needed, or an upstream
regulator or valve with insufficient flow capacity may
be present in the gas supply line. If this is suspected
then it may be necessary to repeat the checks
whilst measuring both the inlet and outlet pressure
to determine if the inlet pressure is in the range 2.75
– 7.00kPa.
• Check that the insert has been fitted correctly.
• Check that the turret screw is fully screwed down.
• Check that the regulator has been fitted to the gas
supply line in the correct orientation, the arrow on
the base of the body indicates the direction of
gas flow.
Once these checks have been completed, if the
regulator still fails to perform in a satisfactory manner
it should be replaced.
9.One by one, turn the knobs to minimum and screw
in the bypass screw (accessible when the knob is
removed) until a small stable flame results. Turn the
knob to maximum and then back to minimum to
ensure that the correct minimum flame is maintained.
10.Attach the LPG sticker to the cooker, near the gas
supply inlet. Cover the Natural Gas label that is
factory fitted.
Hex nut assembly,
fully screwed down
Hex Nut assembly,
removed from
regulator and
insert disassembled
Insert oriented for
natural gas operation
Insert oriented for
LPG operation
Flame size adjusted to maximum
Flame size adjusted to minimum
Bypass screw
Control knob shaft
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testing the operation of the gas cooker
NOTE: You MUST test the cooker after installation,
before you hand it over to the customer. You MUST
have a manometer and a connecting tube.
Checking gas supply
1. Check the manometer zero point is correct.
2.Connect the manometer to the cooker pressure test
point. This is located on the regulator.
3.Turn on the gas supply and the electricity and try to
ignite the gas.
NOTE: It will take additional time to light the gas for the
first time as air needs to be purged from the pipes.
4.Check the operating pressure for the particular
gas type.
Checking the function of the regulator
With the appliance operating check the outlet pressure:
• When all burners of the appliance are operating
at maximum,
• When the smallest burner of the appliance is operating
at minimum.
Under these conditions the outlet pressure should not vary
from the nominal outlet pressure by more than ±20% of
the nominal outlet pressure (i.e. ±0.20kPa for Natural Gas).
If the regulator appears to not be performing satisfactorily
then check the following points.
1.If the outlet pressure is consistently too low then the
inlet pressure may be too low and adjustment of an
upstream regulator may be needed, or an upstream
regulator or valve with insufficient flow capacity may
be present in the gas supply line. If this is suspected
then it may be necessary to repeat the checks whilst
measuring both the inlet and outlet pressure to
determine if the inlet pressure is in the range
1.13 – 5kPa.
2.Check that the regulator has been fitted to the gas
supply line in the correct orientation, the arrow on the
base of the body indicates the direction of gas flow.
Once these checks have been completed, if the regulator
still fails to perform in a satisfactory manner it should
be replaced.
Testing the cooker features
• O
bserve the flame appearance on each burner. If it is
much smaller or larger than expected, then the injector
size needs checking.
NOTE: When flame is unsatisfactory, then refer to the
Electrolux Technical Publications and correct the fault,
if possible.
When maximum flame appearance is correct, then check
the turn-down setting on each burner. If the settings
appear to be incorrect, proceed as follows:
1.Adjust the bypass screw mounted on the body of
each hotplate control cock. This is accessible when
the control knob and the control panel are removed.
2.Check the ignition on all burners both separately and
in combination.
3.Check the operation of the electrical components,
if applicable.
4.If you are satisfied that the cooker is operating
correctly, then turn it off and show the customer how
to use it. Make sure you ask the customer to operate
the clock and controls.
NOTE: If the cooker cannot be adjusted to perform
correctly, then inform the customer of the problem and
put a warning notice on the cooker. If the problem is
dangerous, then disconnect the cooker. If there is a fault,
then the customer should be advised to contact the
manufacturer’s local service organisation or the retailer.
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Warranty
FOR SALES IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
APPLIANCE: BUILT-IN OVEN, COOKTOP
AND FREESTANDING COOKERS
This document sets out the terms and conditions of the product
warranties for Electrolux Appliances. It is an important document.
Please keep it with your proof of purchase documents in a safe place
for future reference should you require service for your Appliance.
1. In this warranty:
(a) ‘acceptable quality’ as referred to in clause 10 of this warranty has
the same meaning referred to in the ACL;
(b) ‘ACL’ means Schedule 2 to the Competition and Consumer Act 2010;
(c) ‘Appliance’ means any Electrolux product purchased by you and
accompanied by this document;
(d) ‘ASC’ means Electrolux authorised service centres;
(e) ‘Electrolux’ means Electrolux Home Products Pty Ltd of 163
O’Riordan Street, Mascot NSW 2020, ABN 51 004 762 341 in
respect of Appliances purchased in Australia and Electrolux (NZ)
Limited (collectively ‘Electrolux’) of 3-5 Niall Burgess Road, Mount
Wellington, in respect of Appliances purchased in New Zealand;
(f) ‘major failure’ as referred to in clause 10 of this warranty has the
same meaning referred to in the ACL and includes a situation when
an Appliance cannot be repaired or it is uneconomic for Electrolux, at
its discretion, to repair an Appliance during the Warranty Period;
(g) ‘Warranty Period’ means the Appliance is warranted against
manufacturing defects in Australia for 24 months and in New Zealand
for 24 months, following the date of original purchase of the Appliance;
(h) ‘you’ means the purchaser of the Appliance not having purchased
the Appliance for re-sale, and ‘your’ has a corresponding meaning.
2. This warranty only applies to Appliances purchased and used in Australia
or New Zealand and used in normal domestic applications and is in
addition to (and does not exclude, restrict, or modify in any way) any
non-excludable statutory warranties in Australia or New Zealand.
3. During the Warranty Period Electrolux or its ASC will, at no extra charge
if your Appliance is readily accessible for service, without special
equipment and subject to these terms and conditions, repair or replace
any parts which it considers to be defective. Electrolux or its ASC may
use remanufactured parts to repair your Appliance. You agree that
any replaced Appliances or parts become the property of Electrolux.
This warranty does not apply to light globes, batteries, filters or similar
perishable parts.
4. Parts and Appliances not supplied by Electrolux are not covered by
this warranty.
5. To the extent permitted by law, you will bear the cost of transportation,
travel and delivery of the Appliance to and from Electrolux or its ASC. If
you reside outside of the service area, you will bear the cost of:
(a) travel of an authorised representative;
(b) transportation and delivery of the Appliance to and from Electrolux or
its ASC.
In all instances, unless the Appliance is transported by Electrolux or an
Electrolux authorised representative, the Appliance is transported at the
owner’s cost and risk while in transit to and from Electrolux or its ASC.
6. Proof of purchase is required before you can make a claim under
this warranty.
7. You may not make a claim under this warranty unless the defect claimed
is due to faulty or defective parts or workmanship. Electrolux is not liable
in the following situations (which are not exhaustive):
(a) the Appliance is damaged by:
(i) accident
(ii) misuse or abuse, including failure to properly maintain or service
(iii) normal wear and tear
(iv) power surges, electrical storm damage or incorrect power supply
(v) incomplete or improper installation
(vi) incorrect, improper or inappropriate operation
(vii) insect or vermin infestation
(viii) failure to comply with any additional instructions supplied with
the Appliance;
(b) the Appliance is modified without authority from Electrolux in writing;
(c) the Appliance’s serial number or warranty seal has been removed
or defaced;
(d) the Appliance was serviced or repaired by anyone other than
Electrolux, an authorised repairer or ASC.
8. This warranty, the contract to which it relates and the relationship
between you and Electrolux are governed by the law applicable where
the Appliance was purchased. Where the Appliance was purchased in
New Zealand for commercial purposes the Consumer Guarantee Act
does not apply.
9. To the extent permitted by law and subject to your non-excludable
statutory rights and warranties, Electrolux excludes all warranties and
liabilities (other than as contained in this document) including liability for
any loss or damage whether direct or indirect arising from your purchase,
use or non use of the Appliance.
10. For Appliances and services provided by Electrolux in Australia,
the Appliances come with a guarantee by Electrolux that cannot be
excluded under the ACL. You are entitled to a replacement or refund
for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably
foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the Appliance
repaired or replaced if the Appliance fails to be of acceptable quality and
the failure does not amount to a major failure.
The benefits to you given by this warranty are in addition to your other
rights and remedies under a law in relation to the Appliances or services
to which the warranty relates.
11. At all times during the Warranty Period, Electrolux shall, at its discretion,
determine whether repair, replacement or refund will apply if an
Appliance has a valid warranty claim applicable to it.
12. For Appliances and services provided by Electrolux in New Zealand,
the Appliances come with a guarantee by Electrolux pursuant to the
provisions of the Consumer Guarantees Act, the Sale of Goods Act and
the Fair Trading Act.
13. To enquire about claiming under this warranty, please follow these steps:
(a) carefully check the operating instructions, user manual and the terms
of this warranty;
(b) have the model and serial number of the Appliance available;
(c) have the proof of purchase (e.g. an invoice) available;
(d) telephone the numbers shown below.
14. You accept that if you make a warranty claim, Electrolux and its ASC
may exchange information in relation to you to enable Electrolux to meet
its obligations under this warranty.
Important Notice
Before calling for service, please ensure that the steps listed in clause 13 above have been followed.
FOR SERVICE
or to find the address of your nearest
state service centre in Australia
PlEASE CAll 13 13 49
For the cost of a local call (Australia only)
FOR SERVICE
or to find the address of your nearest
authorised service centre in New Zealand
FREE CAll 0800 10 66 10
(New Zealand only)
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SERVICE AUSTRAlIA
ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS
www.electrolux.com.au
SERVICE NEW ZEAlAND
ELECTROLUX (NZ) Limited
www.electrolux.co.nz
FOR SPARE PARTS
or to find the address of your nearest
state spare parts centre in Australia
PlEASE CAll 13 13 50
For the cost of a local call (Australia only)
FOR SPARE PARTS
or to find the address of your nearest
state spare parts centre in New Zealand
FREE CAll 0800 10 66 20
(New Zealand only)
Electrolux Home Products Australia
telephone: 1300 363 640
fax:
1800 350 067
email:customercare@electrolux.com.au
web:www.electrolux.com.au
Electrolux Home Products New Zealand
telephone: 0800 234 234
fax:
0800 363 600
email:customercare@electrolux.co.nz
web:www.electrolux.co.nz
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Do you remember the last time you opened a gift that made you say
“Oh! How did you know? That’s exactly what I wanted!” That’s the kind
of feeling that the designers at Electrolux seek to evoke in everyone who
chooses or uses one of our products. We devote time, knowledge, and
a great deal of thought to anticipating and creating the kind of appliances
that our customers really need and want.
This kind of thoughtful care means innovating with insight. Not design for design’s
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appliances easier to use and tasks more enjoyable to perform, freeing our
customers to experience that ultimate 21st century luxury, ease of mind. Our aim
is to make this ease of mind more available to more people in more parts of their
everyday lives, all over the world. So when we say we’re thinking of you, you know
we mean just that.
The “Thinking of you” promise from Electrolux goes beyond meeting the needs of
today’s consumers. It also means we’re committed to making appliances safe for
the environment—now and for future generations.
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