Euromaid CUF54 Instruction manual

Single Fan Forced
Electric Cooker with
Grill
Installation and operation
instructions and cooking guide
Model: CUF54
TCUF54
Do not use this cooker until you have read the instruction manual.
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Controlling the heating zones of the ceramic hob
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The appliance becomes hot during operation. Take care not to touch the hot parts
inside the oven.
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Always keep children away from the cooker. While in operation direct contact with
the cooker may cause burns!
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Ensure that small items of household equipment, including connection leads, do not
touch the hot oven or the hob as the insulation material of this equipment is usually
not resistant to high temperatures.
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Do not leave the cooker unattended when frying. Oils and fats may catch fire due to
overheating.
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Do not allow the cooktop to get soiled and prevent liquids from boiling over onto the
surface of the cooktop, Any spillages should be cleaned up as they happen.
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Do not place pans with a wet bottom on the warmed up heating zones as this can
cause irreversible changes to the cooktop(irremovable stains).
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Do not switch on the cooktop until a pan has been placed on it.
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Do not put pans weighing over 15kg on the opened door of the oven and pans over
25kg on the cooktop.
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Do not use harsh cleaning agents or sharp metal objects to clean the doors as they
can scratch the surface, which could then result in the glass cracking.
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Do not use the cooker in the event of a technical fault. Any faults must be fixed by an
appropriately qualified and authorized person.
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In the event of any incident caused by a technical fault, disconnect the power and
report the fault to the service centre to be repaired.
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The rules and provisions contained in this instruction manual should be strictly
observed. Do not allow anybody who is not familiar with the contents of this instruction
manual to operate the cooker.
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The cooker should not be cleaned using steam equipment.
WARNING:Accessible parts may become hot during use.Young children should be
kept away.
WARNING:In order to prevent accidental tipping of the appliance ,for example by a
child climbing onto the open door,the stabilizing means must be installed.
The oven must be switched off before removing the guard and that,after cleaning,the
guard must be replaced in accordance with the instrctions.
Ensure that the appliance is switched off before replacing the lamp to avoid the
possibility of electric shock.
WARNING:Accessible parts will become hot when the grill is in use .Children should be
kept away.
The appliance is not intended to be operated by means of an external timer or separate
remote-control system.
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.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service
agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
Use pans that are specified by the manufactruer as designed for use with a ceramic hob.
If the surface is cracked,switch off the appliance to avoid the possibility of electric shock.
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Do not use pans with sharp edges that may
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cause damage to the ceramic hob.
Do not look directly at the halogen heating
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zone (not covered with a pan)when they
are warming up.
If the appliance used in New Zealand,this
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cooking range must be connected to the
supply by a supply cord fitted with an
appropriately rated plug that is compatible
with the socket-outlet fitted to the final
sub-circuit in the fixed wiring that is
intended to supply this cooking range.
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temperature
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180mm Hi-light heater
145mm Hi-light heater
Electronic programmer(only for TCUF54)
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TCUF54 Control panel
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
Installing the cooker
The kitchen should be dry and airy
and have effĞĐƟǀe vĞŶƟůĂƟŽŶ
according to the exisƟŶŐƚechnical
prŽǀŝƐŝŽŶƐ͘
The room should be equipped with a
vĞŶƟůĂƟŽŶƐystem that pipes away
exhaust fumes created during combusƟŽŶ͘dŚŝƐsystem should consist of
a vĞŶƟůĂƟŽŶgƌŝĚŽƌŚŽŽĚ͘ Hoods should
be installed according to the manufacturer’s insƚƌƵĐƟŽŶƐ͘The cooker should
be placed so as to ensure free access
to all control elemenƚƐ͘
ŽĂƟŶŐ or veneer used on Įƚted
furniture must be applied with a heat
resistant adhesive (100 Ϳ͘This
prevents surface defŽƌŵĂƟon or
detachment of the cŽĂƟŶŐ͘/ĨLJou are
unsure of your furniture’s heat
resistance, you should leave
approximately 2 cm of free space
around the cooker͘dŚĞǁall behind
the cooker should be resistant to high
temperaturĞƐ͘During operĂƟŽŶ͕its
back side can warm up to around
50 above the ambient temperaturĞ͘
Fix the cooker to the back wall
with 2 chains
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750mm
cm
The cooker should stand on a hard,
evĞŶŇŽŽƌ;ĚŽŶŽƚƉƵƚŝƚŽŶĂďĂƐĞ͘Ϳ
Before you start using the cooker it
should be leveled, which is ƉĂƌƟĐƵůĂƌůLJ
important for fat distribuƟŽŶŝn a frying
ƉĂŶ͘do this purpose, adjustable feet
are accessible ĂŌer removal of the
drawer͘dŚĞĂĚũƵƐtment range is +/-5
ŵŵ͘
Electrical connection
Caution
All electrical work should be carried out by a suitĂďůLJƋƵĂůŝĮĞĚĂŶĚĂƵƚŚŽƌŝnjĞĚĞůĞĐƚƌŝĐŝĂŶ͘
No alterĂƟŽŶƐŽƌǁŝůlful changes in the electricity supply should be carƌŝĞĚŽƵƚ͘
Fitting guidelines
The cooker is manufactured to work with three
- phase altĞƌŶĂƟng current (415V 3NΕϱϬ,njͿ͘
The voltage rĂƟŶŐŽĨƚŚĞĐooker heaƟŶŐĞůĞŵĞŶts is 230V͘ĚĂƉƟŶŐƚŚĞĐooker to operate
with one - phase current is possible by appropriate bridging in the cŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶbox
according to the cŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶĚŝĂŐƌam below͘dŚĞĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶĚŝĂŐƌam is also found on the
covĞƌŽĨƚŚĞĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶďŽdž͘Zemember thaƚƚŚĞĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶǁŝƌe should match the
ĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶƚLJƉĞĂŶĚƚŚĞƉŽwer rĂƟŶŐŽĨƚŚĞĐooker͘
CONNEd/KE/'ZD
ĂƵƟŽŶ͊soltagĞŽĨŚĞĂƟŶŐĞůĞŵĞŶts 230V
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ĂƵƟŽŶ͊/ŶƚŚĞĞǀent of anLJĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶƚŚĞƐĂfety
Unscrew the rear panel/splash back from
the rear back cover;as follow picture;
Wire must be connected to the
ƚĞƌŵŝŶĂů͘
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For 230V earthed one-phase
ĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶ͕ďƌŝĚŐes connect 1-2-3
terminals and 4-5 terminals, safety
wire to
.
For 415/230V earthed two-phase
ĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶ͕ďƌŝĚŐes connect 2-3
terminals and 4-5 terminals, the safety
wire to
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TŽĮƚƚŚĞƌear panel/splashback, slide
the lugs on the bottom of the panel into
the matching slots on rear of stove and
ĮdžǁŝƚŚƐĐƌews prŽǀŝĚĞĚ͘
For 415/230V earthed three -phase
ĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶ͕ďƌŝĚŐes connect 4-5
terminals, phases in succession 1,2
and 3, earth to 4-5, the safety wire to
.
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L1
E
L1
Zecommended
type of
ĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶ
lead
H05VV -&ϯ'ϰ
N
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H05VV -&ϰ'Ϯ͕ϱ
E
N
L1
L2
L3
H05VV -&ϱ'ϭ͕ϱ
E
N
>ϭсZ͕>ϮсƐ͕>ϯсd, N=earth terminal, E=safety wire terminal
dŚĞĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶĐable must be secured in a strain-relieĨĐůĂŵƉ͘
Caution!
2cm
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2cm
Zemember to connect the safety circuit tŽƚŚĞĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶďŽx terminal marked with .
The electricity supply for the cooker must have a safety switch which enables the power
to be cut off in case of emergency͘dŚĞĚŝƐtance between the working contacts of the
safety switch must be at leasƚϯŵŵ͘
BeforĞĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŶŐƚŚĞĐooker to the power supply it is important to read the infŽƌŵĂƟon
on the data platĞĂŶĚƚŚĞĐŽŶŶĞĐƟŽŶĚŝĂŐƌĂŵ͘
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OPERATION
OPERATION
Prior first use
Remove packaging, empty the drawer, clean the interior of the oven and the hob.
Take out and wash the oven fittings with warm water and a little washing -up liquid.
Switch on the ventilation in the room or open a window.
Heat the oven (to a temperature of 250 , for approx. 30 min.), remove any stains and
wash carefully; the heating plates of the hob should be heated for around 4 min
without a pan.
When heat the oven for the first time, it is normal phenomenon to give off smoke and
peculiar smell. This will disappear about 30 minutes later.
Controlling the heating zones of the ceramic hob
Choice of cookware
Choose a pan with a diameter that is at least as large as the heating zone.Do not use
pans with a concave or convex base.Always remember or put a proper cover on the
pan.We recommend the use of pans with thick,even bases.
If the heating zones and pans are solied it is impossible to make full use of the heat.
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Wrong
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Zone heating indicator
If the temperature of a heating zone
exceeds 65 degree this is signalled
by an indicator which lights up for
that zone.
When the heating indicator lights up it
warns the person using the cooker
against touching a hotheating zone.
For about 5 to 10 minutes after a
heating zone is switched off it will still
have residual heat that can be used,for
example to warm up or keep dishes
warm without switching on another
heating zone.
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Heat level selection
The heating zones have different levels of heat. The level of heat can be adjusted
gradually by turning the appropriate knob to the right or left.The knobs are located at
the control panel,to select it you should:
-seclect the knob and then turn it ;
-set it to the right position.
The marks at the knob show the different levels reached by the heating zones.
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Zone heating indicator
Suitable for
hot plate off,use of remaining heat
maintaining temperature,slow cooking,small quantities of food(min power)
slow cooking
slow cooking of large quantities,slow frying of large big chunks
frying,preparing soup basis
fry
boiling,browning,frying(maxmium power)
1-Display field
2-Functions
P-60Hz indication
AAutomatic
operation indication
3-Buttons
-Timer
-Cooking time
-End of cooking time
-Cooking indication
-Running indication
-To decrease the numbers
on the digital display
-Timer
-To increase the numbers
on the digital display
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OPERATION
OPERATION
Caution!
“0.00” and flashing“ ”.
Before any setting,press buttons 2 and
3 simultaneously to start the oven.
Setting the time
1. After connection to the mains or
reconnection after a power cut,the
display, shows flash “ 0.00” and
“A”.
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2. Set the timer using buttons 4 and 5.
A
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3. The signal function
is flashing, set
the current time using buttons 4 and 5.
5 seconds after the time has been set,
the new data will be saved. The signal
function is on.
3. 5 seconds after the time is set, the
signal function“ ”is on. The new data
will be saved and the display will show
the current time.
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Timer
The timer can be activated at any time and
any function. The timer can be set for from
1 minute to up to 23 hours and 59 minutes.
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4. Press button 1, the remainent time will
be shown on the display.(In the last
minute,the display will show the
remaining seconds)
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2. Press buttons 2 and 3 simultaneously,
the signal function“
” is on.
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If you want to reset the timer, repeat
step 2 and set time to “0:00” .
5. When the set time is up the alarm
signal will be activated and the signal
function“ ” starts flashing again.
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4
There are three different alarm sounds for
your choice. When the display field shows
the current time, press button 4, you can
select the alarm sound you want. Once the
alarm sound is set, it will be introduced to
the memory.
Semi-automatic operation
If the oven is to be switched off at a given
time, or after defined period, you should:
1. Set the oven function knob and the
temperature regulator knob to the
setting at which you want the oven to
operate.
2. Press buttons 2 and 3 simultaneously,
the oven will begin to work and the
function signal“ ”is on.
3. Press button 2 or 3, then the display
will show flashing “A”.
To set the timer you should:
1. Press button 1, the display will show
6. Press any button,the signal function
“ ”.and alarm signal will go off.if the
alarm signal is not turned off
manually,it will be turned off
automatically after 7 minutes.
Caution!
Besides timer alarm, any other alarms can
be turned off by pressing button1, 2 or 3. If
the alarm signal is not turned off manually,
it will be turned off automatically after 7
minutes.
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4. Set the required time using buttons 4
and 5, within a range from 1 minute to
10 hours.
5. The set time is introduced to the
memory after 5 seconds, then the
display will show the current time. At
the same time, the function signal “A”
is on.
6. When the set time has passed, the
oven is switched off automatically, the
alarm is activated, the signal function
“ ”is off, and the signal function “A”
starts flashing again.
7. Press button 1, 2 or 3 , the alarm signal
will go off. The signal “A”still flashing.
Or if the alarm signal is not turned off
manually,it will be turned off
automatically after 7 minutes.
Caution!
● The cooking time and switch-off time
range
Cooking time range: 0 < t ≤10 hours
Switch-off time range: current time <
switch-off time ≤ current time + 10
hours
Switch-off time=current time + cooking
time
● Set the cooking time or switch-off time
When using the semi-automatic
operation, set either the cooking time
or the switch-off time.
● If set the cooking time to be 0 or set
the switch-off time to be the current
time, the auto function will be off.
For example:
The current time is 2:00, the maximum
switch-off time is set to be 12:00
(2:00+10:00=12:00).
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There are two methods to achieve this
setting:
First method:
1. Press button 2, then the display will
show flashing “A”.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
A
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5
2. Set the cooking time using buttons 4
and 5.
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3
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5
Second method:
1. Press button 3, then the display will
show flashing “A”.
A
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Automatic operation
Caution!
If the oven is to be switched on for a
specified period of time and switched off at
a fixed hour then you should set the cooking
time and thestop time:
1. Set the oven function knob and the
temperature regulator knob to the
setting at which you want the oven to
operate.
● work time = switch-off time-cooking
A
time
For example:
If the current time is 2:00; cooking time set
to be 3 hours ; switch-off time set to be
10:00,the work time will be 7:00
(7:00=10:00-3:00).
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5 seconds after the setting,the auto
function is on.
10 hours later, the current time shows
“12.00” The alarm signal is activated,
the signal function“ ”is off, and the
signal function“A”starts flashing.
function“
5. Set the switch--off time to be “10.00”
with buttons 4 or 5, the signal function
“ ”goes out.
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6.
6. When the set time has passed, the
oven is switched off automatically, the
alarm signal is activated, the signal
function“ ”is off, and the signal
function“A”starts flashing again.
7. Press button1,2 or 3, the alarm signal
will go off. The signal “A”still flashing.Or
if the alarm signal is not turned off
manually, it will be turned off
automatically after 7 minutes.
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5
4
5
5 seconds after setting,the auto
function“A” is on.
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4. Press button 3, set the switch-off time
using buttons 4 and 5.
5. The set time is introduced to the
memory after 5 seconds,then the
function signal“A”is on . When the
work time is reached, the oven will
begin to work and the display will
show the current time. At the same
time, the function signal“ ”is on.
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”is on.
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4
3
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5
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2. Press button 2, then the display will
show flashing“ A ”.
7.
When it up to 7:00, the oven will begin
to work and the signal function“
on.
” is
A
A
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5
3. Set the cooking time to be “3.00”
with buttons 4 or 5.
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5
8. When it up to 10:00
, the alarm signal is
activated, the signal function“ ” is off,
and the signal “A” starts flashing.
A
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4. Press button 3.
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1. Press button 2 and 3 simultaneously,
the oven begin to work, and the signal
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2. Set the switch-off time using buttons
4 and 5.
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A
2. Press buttons 2 and 3 simultaneously,
the oven will begin to work and the
function signal“ ”is on.
3. Press button 2,then the display will
show flashing“A”.Set the cooking
time using buttons 4 and 5,within a
range from 1 minute to 10 hours.
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OPERATION
OPERATION
● If the cooking time set to be 0 or the
switch-off time set to be the current
Bottom and top heaters on
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10 0
150
Turn the oven function selection knob to
“0”.10 seconds later,run the oven
again.
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Cancel settings
Cancel any function
250
time, the auto function will be off.
Temperature selection knob
Cancel automatic function
0
Press button 2 and 3 simultaneously, the
auto function will be cancelled, and the
function signal ’A’ will go out. Then the
display will show the current time.
Cancel timer settings
Press button 1 to select timer settings,
and then press button4. set time to 0:00,
5seconds later the timer is cancelled.
Setting the knob to this position allows the
oven to be heated conventionally.
Reference cooking guides can be found
on pages 17 & 19 of this manual.
Fan grill heaters
(Grill,the top heater and fan)
When the knob is turned to this position,
the oven activates the grill,top heater
and fan function in pratice,this function
allows the grilling process to be speeded
and an improvement in the taste of the
dish,you should only use the grill with
the oven door shut.
Reference cooking guide can be found
on page 21 of this manual.
Function selection knob
Fan (Detrostion)
Oven functions and operation
When ANY oven function is activated
the ORANGE signal light will turn on,
when temperature selected is reached
the signal light will go off, this may
occur several time when the oven
is operated.
Oven is controlled by the function knob
and the temperature selection knob.
Caution!
When selecting any heating function
(switching a heater on etc.) the oven will
only be switched on after the temperature
has been set by the temperature regulator
knob.
Possible settings of the oven
function knob
Separate oven lighting
By setting the knob to this position the
lighting inside the oven is switched on, e.g.
use when washing the oven chamber.
Caution!
At this oven function knob position.
The oven is not being warmed up.
This function is used to defrost food in a
enclosed safe environment and uses the
fan to circulate the ambient air in the
oven cavity without and any cooking
taking place.
Circular heater fan(Fan Forced)*
At this function ,allows the oven to be
heating up in a forced way with the thermofan, which is in the central part of the
oven chamber.Heating the oven up in this
way permits constant heat cirulation
around the dish that is in the oven.
Reference cooking guide can be found
on page 24 of this manual.
* Due to the efficiency of Fan Forced
Cooking we recommend that until
you get use to this function that you
reduce both the temperature setting
and duration time to reduce any risk
of overcooking food.
NOTE: During operation of oven, smoke
and steam will be expelled from the rear
vents at the back of the cooktop surface.
This is normal and should cause no
concern.
Use of the grill
The grilling process operates through
infrared rays emitted onto the dish by the
incandescent grill heater.
In order to switch on the grill you need to:
● Set the oven knob to the position
marked grill.
● Heat the oven for approx. 5 minutes
(with the ovendoor shut).
● Insert a tray with a dish onto the
appropriate cooking level; and if you are
grilling on the grate insert a tray for
dripping on the level immediately below
(under the grate).
● Close the oven door.
For grilling with the function grill and
combined grill the temperature must be
set to 250 , but for the function fan and
grill it must be set to a maximum of 200 .
Warning!
When using function grill it is
recommended that the oven door is
closed.
When the grill is in use accessible parts
can become hot.
It is best to keep children away from
the oven.
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OPERATION
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Oven guide levels
Baking pans and accessories (oven grid, baking tray, etc) may be inserted into the oven in
5 guiding levels.
Appropriate levels are indicated in the tables that follow.
Always count levels from the bottom upwards!
When cleaning do not use cleaning
agents with a strong abbrasive effect,such
as e.g. scouring powders containing an
abrasive,abrasive compounds,abrasive
stones,pumice stones,wire brushes and
so on.They may scratch the hob surface,
causing irreversible damage.
Large spillages that arĞĮƌŵůLJƐtuck to the
hob can be removed by a special scraper;
but be careful not to damage the ceramic
hob frame when doing this.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
By ensuring proper cleaning and
maintenance of your oven you can have a
ƐŝŐŶŝĮĐĂŶt ŝŶŇƵĞŶĐĞon the conƟŶƵŝŶŐ
fault-free operĂƟŽŶŽĨLJour appliance.
Before you start cleaning, the oven must
be switĐŚĞĚŽīĂŶĚLJou should ensure that
all knobs are set to the “0”ƉŽƐŝƟŽŶ͘ŽŶŽƚ
start cleaning ƵŶƟůthe oven has
completely cooled.
Oven
The oven sh ŽƵůĚďĞĐůĞĂŶĞĚĂŌer every
ƟŵĞuse.
Cool the oven completely before
cleaning.
Never clean the appliance with
pressurized hot steam cleaner!
The oven chamber should only be
washed with warm water and a small
amount of washing-up liquid.
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Steam cleaning
-pour 250ml of water (1 glass) into a
bowl placed in the ovĞŶŽŶƚŚĞĮƌst level
from the bottom.
-Close the oven door.
-Set the temperature knob to 50 , and
ƚŚĞĨƵŶĐƟŽŶŬŶŽďƚŽƚŚĞďŽƚtom heater
ƉŽƐŝƟŽŶ͘
-heattheoven chamberfor approximately
30 minutes.
-Open the oven door, wipe the chamber
inside with a cloth or sponge and wash
using warm water with washing-up
liquid.
Scraper for cleaning the hob
Replacement ŽĨ the Žǀen light
bulb
In order to avoid the possibility of an
electric shock ensure that the appliance is
switĐŚĞĚŽīďĞfore replacing the bulb.
Set all contrŽůŬŶŽďƚŽƚŚĞƉŽƐŝƟŽŶ͞Ϭ͟
and disconnect the mains plug.
Unscrew and wash the lamp cover
and then wipe it dry.
Pull out the light bulb from the socket,
replace the bulb with a new one –a
high temperature bulb(300 C) with the
following parameters:
- Voltage 230V
- Power 25 W
- thread E 14 or G9.
ŽŽƌ ƌĞŵŽǀal
In order to obtain easier access to the oven
chamber for cleaning, it is possible to
remove the door.
TŽĚŽƚŚŝƐ͕ƟůƚƚŚĞƐĂĨety catch part of the
hinge upwards. Close the door lightly͕ůŝŌ
and pull it out towards you. In order tŽĮƚ
the door back on to the cooker, do the
inverƐĞ͘tŚĞŶĮƚƟŶŐ, ensure that the notch
of the hinge is correctly placed on the
protrusion of the hinge holder͘Ōer the
ĚŽŽƌŝƐĮƚted to the oven, the safety catch
should be carefully lowered down again. If
the safety catch is not set it may cause
damage to the hinge when closing the
door.
dŝůƟŶŐ the hinge safety catches
Ōer cleaning the oven chamber wipe it
dry.
ĂƵƟŽŶ!
ŽŶŽƚƵƐĞĐůĞĂŶŝŶŐƉƌoducts containing
abrasive materials for the cleaning and
maintenance of the glass front panel.
Oven light bulb
Pull in the bulb in, making sur e it is
properly inserted into the ceramic
socket.
Screw in the lamp cover.
ŽŽƌ removal
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Removal of the internal glass
panel
Unscrew and unfasten the plastic latch that
is in the corner at the top of the door. Next
take out the glass from the second
blocking mechanism and remove. After
cleaning, insert and block the glass panel,
and screw in the blocking mechanism.
BAKING IN THE OVEN
Regular inspections
Besides keeping the cooker clean, you
should:
● Carry out periodic inspections of the
control elements and cooking units of the
cooker. After the guarantee has expired
you should have a technical inspection of
the cooker carried out at a service centre
at least once every two years.
● Fix any operational faults.
● Carry out periodical maintenance of the
cooking units of the cooker.
Caution!
Removal of the internal glass panel
All repairs and regulatory activities should
be carried out by the appropriate service
centre or by an appropriately authorized
fitter.
In the event of an emergency, you should:
switch off all working units of the oven
disconnect the mains plug
call the service centre
some minor faults can be fixed by referring to the instructions given in the table below.
Before calling the customer support centre or the service centre check the following
points that are presented in the table.
REASON
Break in power supply.
ACTION
Check the household fuse
box; if there is a blown fuse
replace it with a new one.
2. The oven lighting does The bulb is loose or damaged. Tighten up or replace the
not work.
blown bulb (see Cleaning
and Maintenance)
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Baking tips
Is pastry baked?
Most appropriate position for baking is the
application of both upper and lower heater, Pierce the cake with a wooden peg at the
or the hot air.
thickest part, if the dough does not stick to
it, the cake is baked. You may switch off
the oven and use the remaining heat.
Warning!
Pastry has fallen
The baking parameters given in tables
are approximate and can be corrected
based on your own experience and
cooking preferences;
In case you may not find any particular
type of cake in the tables, use the
information available for the next most
similar type of cake.
Baking with upper and lower
heaters
OPERATION IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
PROBLEM
1. The appliance does
not work.
Baking pastry
Check the recipe. Use less fluid next time.
Follow the mixing times, especially when
using powered kitchen mixers.
Pastry is too light below
Use dark baking pan next time, or place
the pan one level lower, or switch on the
lower heater a while before the
completion.
Cheese cake is undercooked
Next time reduce the baking temperature
and extend the baking time.
Use only a single guide level.
This baking position is especially
suitable for baking dry pastry, bread and
teacakes. Use dark baking pans. Light
pans reflect heat and pastry is not
adequately browned.
Always place baking pans on the grid
rack. Remove th e grid only of baking in
the flat biscuit tray, supplied with the
appliance.
Preheating shortens the baking time. Do
not put the cake in the oven until proper
temperature is obtained.
Warnings regarding the baking
tables
The tables indicate the temperature
range. Always select lower temperature
first.You may always increase the
temperature in case pastry needs more
baking.
Baking times are indicative only. They
may vary in dependence of individual
characteristics.
The asterix indicates that the oven
requires preheating.
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BAKING IN THE OVEN
BAKING IN THE OVEN
Pastry Baking Table
Roasting
T ype of pastry
Sweet pastry
R aisin cake
R ing cake
Tree cake (tart
form)
C heese cake
(tart form)
Fruit cake
Fruit cake with
icing
Sponge cake
Flake cake
Fruit cake mix
dough
C herry cake
Jelly roll
Fruit fan
Plait bun
C hristmas cake
A pple pie
Puff paste
Salted pastry
B acon roll
Pizza
B read
R olls
C ookies
C araway roll
B iscuits
Danish pastry
Flaky pastry
C ream puff
Deep frozen
pastry
A pple pie,
cheese pie
C heese cake
Pizza
C hips for oven
Potato fries for
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Guide level
(from down
upwards)
Temp(
)
B aking time
(in min.)
2
2
2
160-170
160-170
160-170
55-70
60-70
45-60
2
180-190
60-80
2
2
190-200
180-190
50-70
60-70
2
3
180-190
190-200
30-40
25-35
3
180-190
50-70
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
190-210
190-200
160-170
190-210
180-190
190-210
180-190
30-50
15-25
25-35
35-50
45-70
40-60
40-60
2
2
2
2
190-200
220-240
200-220
210-230
45-60
30-45
50-60
30-40
3
3
3
3
3
180-190
180-190
190-210
200-210
190-210
15-25
20-30
20-35
20-30
25-45
2
190-210
50-70
2
2
2
2
190-200
210-230
210-230
210-230
65-85
20-30
20-35
20-35
Best results are obtained with the
engagement of both upper and lower
.
Best heating mode for each type of
roasting pan is indicated by bold print in
the Roasting Tables.
Attention when roasting!
Roasting tables indicate suggested
temperatures, guide level and roasting
times. Roasting time largely depends
upon the type of meat, its size and quality.
So you may expect some variations
Use light enamel pans,temperature
resistant glass pans,clay dishes or
wrought iron dishes.
Roasting of large chunks of meat may
produce excessive steaming and dew
formation at the oven door. This is quite
normal, and does not affect the operation
of the oven.
However, after the completion of roasting
wipe the oven door and the
glass thoroughly.
Stainless steel dishes are not
recommendable because they
excessively reflect heat.
Roasting of red meat, poultry and fish is
rational if the roast exceeds one
kilogram in size.
Cover your roast or wrap it in foil. It will
preserve its juice and the oven will
remain cleaner.
Add as much liquid as necessary to
prevent burning of juice, dripping from
neat. Roast must be surveyed at all
times. And liquid added if necessary.
Tips regarding roasting pans
If you leave the pan uncovered the roast
will be cooked sooner. Roast large
chunks of meat directly on the grid, with
intercepting pan underneath.
At approximately the middle of the
indicated time turn the roast round,
especially if you use the deep roast dish.
When roasting on the grill grid, place the
grid in the deep roasting pan and insert
both into the sliding guide. The bottom
pan will intercept dripping fat.
Never leave roast to cool in the oven, as
it might produce dew and corrosion of
the oven.
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BAKING IN THE OVEN
BAKING IN THE OVEN
Grilling
Roasting table
T ype of meat
B eef
B eef loin
B eef loin
Roast beef,
rare
Roast beef,
well done
Pork
Pork roast with
skin
F lank
F lank
Pork loin
Meat roll
Pork cutlet
Minced meat
roast
Veal
Veal roll
Veal knuckle
L amp
L amp prime
ribs
Mutton blade
bone
Venison
H are ribs
H are blade
bone
B oar ham
Poultry
C hicken entire
H en
D uck
Goose
Turkey
F ish
F ish, entire
F ish soufflé
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Weight
(in grams)
G uide level
(from
bottom up)
T emp (
)
G uide level T emp(
(from
bottom up)
) Roasting
time
(in min)
1000
1500
1000
2
2
2
210-230
210-230
230-240
2
2
2
200-220
200-220
220-230
100-120
120-150
30-40
1000
2
230-240
2
220-230
40-50
1500
2
190-200
2
170-180
140-160
1500
2000
1500
1500
1500
1500
2
2
2
2
2
2
200-210
190-210
210-230
210-230
190-210
220-230
2
2
2
2
2
2
180-190
170-200
200-220
200-220
170-200
210-220
120-150
150-180
120-140
120-140
100-120
60-70
1500
1700
2
2
190-210
190-210
2
2
170-200
170-200
90-120
120-130
1500
2
200-210
2
180-200
100-120
1500
2
200-210
2
180-200
120-130
1500
1500
2
2
200-220
200-220
2
2
180-210
180-210
100-120
100-120
1500
2
200-220
2
180-210
100-120
1200
1500
1700
4000
5000
2
2
2
2
2
210-220
210-220
190-210
170-180
160-170
2
2
2
2
2
200-210
200-210
170-200
150-160
140-150
60-70
70-90
120-150
180-200
180-240
1000
1500
2
2
210-220
190-210
2
2
200-210
170-200
50-60
50-70
Take extra precautions when grilling.
Intensive heat from infrared heater
makes the oven and the accessories
extremely hot. Use protective gloves
and barbecue accessories!
Perforated roast may produce spurting
of hot grease(sausages).Use long grill
tongs to prevent skin burns and protect
your eyes.
Supervise the grill at all time. Excessive
heat may quickly burn your roast and
provoke fire!
Do not let the children in the vicinity of
the grill.
Grill heater is especially suitable for the
preparation of low-fat sausages, meat
and fish fillets and steaks, and for
browning and crisping the roast skin.
Tips for grilling
Grilling should be carried out with the
oven door closed.
Grilling tables indicate the recommended
temperature, guide levels and grilling
times,which may vary according to the
weight and quality of meat.
Grill heater should be pre -heated for 3
minutes.
Oil the grill grid before placing the food,
otherwise food might stick to the grid.
Place the meat upon the grid, then place
the grid upon the grease interception
pan. Insert both trays into the oven
guides.
Turn the meat round after half of the
roasting time has expired. Thinner slices
will require only one turn, for larger
chunks you might need to repeat the
procedure. Always use barbecue tongs
to avoid losing excessive juice from
meat.
Dark beef meat is grilled quicker than
lighter pork or veal.
Cle an the grill, the oven and the
accessories each time after use.
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
BAKING IN THE OVEN
Grill table
Type of meat for grill
Meat and sausages
2 beefsteaks, rare
2 beefsteaks, medium
2 beefsteaks, well done
2 pork scrag fillets
2 pork chops
2 veal staeks
4 lamb cutlets
4 grill sausages
2 slices o f meat cheese
1 chicken, halved
Fish
Salmon fillets
Fish in aluminium foil
Toast
4 slices of white bread
2 s lices of whole meal
Toast sandwich
Meat/poultry
Chicken
Pork roast
Pork scrag
Pork knuckle
Roast beef/ beef fillet
)
Weight
(in grams)
Guide
level (from
bottom up)
Temp(
400
400
400
350
400
700
700
400
400
1400
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
3
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
240
240 -250
14 -16
16 -20
20 -23
19 -23
20 -23
19 -22
15 -18
9-14
9-13
28 -33(1.side)
23 -28(2.side.)
400
500
4
4
240
230
19 -22
10 -13
200
200
600
5
5
5
240
240
240
1,5 -3
2-3
4-7
1000
1500
1500
1000
1500
3
3
3
3
3
180 -200
160 -180
160 -180
160 -180
190 -200
60 -70
90 -120
100 -180
120 -160
40 -80
Grill time
(in min.)
CUF54/TCUF54
TYPE
Dimensions
90/54/60
(height/width/depth) cm
Cooktop
1.8
180mm Hi-light heater(kW)
1.2
145mm Hi-light heater(kW)
Oven
Temperature regulator/
1/1
function mode switch
Guide levels (telescopic guides
5
in 3 levels-only certain
models)
Top heater(kW)
0,85
Grill heater(kW)
1.1
Rear heater (kW)
2.0
Oven illumination (W)
25
Function modes
Top/Grill/Fan(kW)
2.0
Rear heater/fan (kW)
2.0
Top/bottom heater(kW)
2.0
Separate oven lighting (W)
25
Fan (W)
30
250
Max. temperature
Electric connection
380-415V 3N ~ 50Hz
Nominal voltage of heaters
220-240V
Total connected power (kW)
8.0
2.0
Oven total (kW)
Hotplate total (kW)
6.0
Weight (kg)
44
Complies with AS/NZS regulations EN 50304, AS/NZS60335-1,AS/NZS60335-2-6
standards.
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ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
L
P2
4
N
P1
2
H
S
4
2 red light
hob 1800W
S1
S2
P2
P1
S1
L
N
4
N
P1
2
S
4
4
2 red
2
hob 1200W
light
H
S
4
4
2 red light
P1
2
hob 1800W
S1
S2
P2
P1
S1
4
2 red
4
2
H
S
4
4
2 red
P1
2
hob 1200W
S1
S2
light
H
S
4
2 red light
P1
2
hob 1800W
S1
S2
P2
P1
hob 1200W
S2
light
4
P2
N
S
2 red light
red light
L
H
S
4
S2
P2
S2
H
hob 1800W
S1
H
red light
P2
L
P2
S1
4
2
H
S
4
2 red
light
hob 1200W
S2
orange light
orange light
lamp (25W)
220-240V
50Hz
bottom heater (1150W)
N
thermal
cutout
P1
fan (30W)
rear heater (2000W)
3
3
grill heater (1100W)
P3
3
3
N
L
rear heater (2000W)
1
thermal
cutout
1
220-240V
50Hz
fan (30W)
5 2
5 2
L
lamp (25W)
4
4
top heater (850W)
bottom heater (1150W)
grill heater (1100W)
top heater (850W)
thermostat
thermostat
P2
AC-N
CUF54
28
TCUF54
AC-L
PCB
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