Built-In Electric
Multifunction Oven
AO001
User Manual
CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION OF MULTIFUNCTION OVEN AO001
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WARNING
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CABINET INSTALLATION
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ELLECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND POWER CONNECTION
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PREPARING YOUR OVEN FOR THE FIRST TIME
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COOKING AND TEMPERATURE GUIDE
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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DESCRIPTION OF THE MULTIFUNCTION OVEN AO001
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B
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D
A The 2-hour timer features an automatic oven “cut-off”, allowing a cooking
period of up to 120 minutes to be set. Turning this knob clockwise will switch
on the oven. The interior light will come on automatically when the appliance
is in use. When timer completes, a bell will sound and the oven will
automatically switch off.
B Power indicators.
The GREEN light indicates when the power is ON.
The RED light is ON during the oven operation indicating the heating
element/s are active.
C Multifunction oven operation controller to select the cooking mode.
D To set the temperature, turn the temperature selector in a clockwise
direction to the desired settings from 50, to 250,. A RED indicator light will
come on to indicate operation of the heating elements. When the temperature
is reached, the thermostat switches off the elements and the indicator light
goes out. When the oven temperature falls below the desired setting, the
heating source switches on automatically and the indicator light is illuminated
again. Once the food is cooked, turn the temperature selector back in an anticlockwise direction.
Light
Interior light ON/OFF.
Defrost
The powerful fan circulates air around the food. It’s a gentle way
to speed up defrosting of delicate foods as well as fish and
poultry.
This operation also can be used to raise yeast dough and to dry
fruit, vegetables and herbs.
Fan Forced
The rear circular heating element is used in conjunction with the
fan to circulate air around the oven cavity and distribute heat
evenly throughout the oven. Food can be placed anywhere in
the oven and be cooked at the same temperature.
Maxi GrillThis function directs radiant heat from 2 powerful upper
elements onto the food. Unlike many other grillers, keep the
oven door CLOSED when using this function. It features a large
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area and faster cooking time. For best results it’s recommended
to preheat your grill for 3 minutes.
Maxi Grill with FanAn addition of the fan to the grill offers you the benefits of both
“bake” and traditional “grill” functions. The two grill element turns
on and off to maintain the set temperature while the fan
circulates the heated air. Again the oven door remains CLOSED
for “fan grill”. You can use “fan grill”for large cuts of meat. This
gives you a result that is similar to “rotisserie” cooked meat.
When using “fan grill” it’s not necessarily to turn the food over
during cooking cycle.
Accessories
WARNING
This appliance is designed for non-professional use by private individuals at
home.
It must be used by adults. Children should be kept away while it is in use.
The product installation and repair must be performed by competent and
qualified installers.
Always turn the grill off immediately after use and keep the grill tray clean as
any fat left may catch fire
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Do not leave the grill on unattended
To avoid an accident or fire, ensure that shelves, grill trays and fittings are
always inserted into the correct way.
Do not put thick portions of the food under the grill. Foods may catch the grill
and ignite.
Accessible parts may become hot when oven or grill is in use. Care should be
taken to avoid touching the hot surfaces inside the oven.
Switch the appliance off and allow to cool down before cleaning or performing
any maintenance
Do not use the door as a shelf
Do not push down on the open door
Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the oven
door glass since they can scratch the surface, which may result in shattering
of the glass
A steam cleaner is not to be used.
CABINET INSTALLATION
Do not lift the appliance by the door handle
Prepare the cupboard opening to match the oven measurements
Slide the oven into the cupboard, ensuring that the supply cable does not
kink.
Secure oven to the cabinet through 4 mounting holes with screws supplied.
Centerline distance between the holes: width 572mm, height 333mm.
WARNING: Securely fasten oven to the cabinet using screws provided.
Failure to do so could cause the oven to move or tip during use and result in
personal injury.
Avoid damage of the power cord during installation. The plug must be
accessible after installation
Where the oven is build into the cabinet, the cabinet material must be capable
of withstanding 90,.
For the best integration with the kitchen, install this appliance in a standard
600mm wide cupboard that gives a flush fit with the surrounding cupboard
fronts ( drawing and images A,B,C ).
If it is not possible to flush-fit this appliance,
it can be installed as a proud fit /trim exposed with the surrounding
cupboards ( drawing and image D ) .
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Oven must be mounted on a flat horizontal surface.
In order to ensure adequate ventilation, the back panel of the cabinet must be
removed to ensure a gap at least 50mm at the rear.
ELLECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND POWER CONNECTION
Installation must comply with SAA Wiring Rules and with local electrical and
building regulations.
Notice to Electrician: Please ensure sufficient supply cable is provided to
allow oven to be pulled clear of the cavity should any service work be
necessary. This will also allow easy connection of supply.
The oven must be supplied with proper voltage and frequency (AC220-240V,
50Hz), and connected to an individual, properly grounded branch circuit,
protected by a circuit breaker. Electrical load of the oven is 2145W.
Wiring diagram located at the back of the oven.
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POWER
CABLE
APPLIANCE
SIDE
Brown
Blue
Yellow
& Green
EARTH
GROUND
N
AC220-240V 50Hz
L
CUSTOMER
SIDE
3*1.5mm2
WARNING: ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD
Proper electrical ground is required on this appliance.
Do not connect to the electrical supply until the oven is permanently grounded.
Disconnect power to the junction box before making the electrical connection.
Power supply line should not be in contact with metal case of the electric oven.
Do not use a gas supply line for grounding the appliance.
Never use reductions, shunts, adaptors that can cause overheating or burning.
The manufacturer is not liable for any direct or indirect damage caused
by faulty installation or operation
PREPARING YOUR OVEN FOR THE FIRST TIME
Please remove all internal boxes, bags, plastic film from the oven before
operation and dispose of to avoid safety issues with children.
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.
A new appliance can have an odour during the initial operation. It is normal
and recommended to “run in” the oven before you cook for the first time at
180 , for approximately one hour.
COOKING AND TEMPERATURE GUIDE
Preheating and Pan Placement
Preheat the oven if the recipe calls for it. To preheat, set the oven at the
correct temperature. Preheating is necessary for good results when baking
cakes, cookies, pastry and bread. Preheating time is usually 10 minutes.
Baking results will be better if baking pans are centered in the oven and not
touching each other or the oven’s walls. If you need to use two shelves,
stagger the pans, so that one is not directly above the other.
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Energy saving hint
The oven can be switched off shortly before the cooking time ends, the
residual temperature is enough to complete cooking. Open the oven door only
when it is necessary. To check on progress, look through the glass, the oven
light is automatically on during cooking.
Below Cooking Charts are intended as a guide only.
Temperatures and cooking times may be varied to suit individual tastes
APROXIMATE BAKING TIMES
TEMPERATURE ,
GENERAL TERMS
100-120
Very Slow
135-140
Slow
165-170
Moderately Slow
170-180
Moderate
200-210
Moderately Hot
230
Hot
FOOD SUITABLE
Small meringues, pavlova, baked
custard dishes
Rich fruit cake(20cm)
Light fruit cake
Casseroles
Deep buttercakes
Shallow buttercakes, sponges
biscuits, meat loaf, baked fish
Swiss roll, patty cakes, rock cakes,
shortcrust pastry
Scones, puff pastry
APROXIMATE ROASTING TIMES FOR MEAT, POULTRY & FISH
TYPE OF MEAT,
POULTRY,FISH
BEEF
VEAL
LAMB
PORK
CHICKEN
DUCK
TURKEY
FISH
CUTS OF MEAT
Standing Rib, Rolled Sirloin
Bolar Blade, Corned Topside
TIME/KG
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60mins/kg
190
Fillet, Scotch Fillet
Shoulder or leg (with bone or rolled)
Leg, Shoulder,Loin or Rolled
40mins/kg
40-50mins/kg
40-50mins/kg
Leg Loin
Cook at highest temperature for first
30mins and reset to low until
cooked
Whole or Pieces
90mins/kg
190-230
30mins/0.5kg
190
1.4-1.6kg
1.7-1.9kg
2.5-4.0kg
4.0-6.0kg
6.0-8.0kg
8.0-10.0kg
35mins/0.5kg
+35mins extra
30mins/0.5kg
+30mins extra
190
190
190
190
190
190
Whole or Fillets
Covering fish for ¾ of the cooking
time will assist in retaining the
moisture
10mins/0.5kg
180
190
190
190
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APROXIMATE GRILLING TIMES
TYPE OF MEAT, POULTRY,FISH
Chicken Whole
Pieces
Lamb Loin/Rack
Chops, med/rare
Chops, medium
Beef Steak, rare
Steak, medium
Steak, well-done
Pork Chops, med/rare
Chops, medium
Chops, well done
Bacon
TEMPERATURE ,
180
190
180
180
180
180
180
180
200
180
180
200
APROXIMATETIME
30mins per 0.5kg
15-20mins
25mins per 0.5kg
10-12mins
15mins
6-8mins
12mins
12-15 mins
6-8mins
10-12mins
15mins
5-6mins
Sausages Thin
Thick
Fish Fillets,rolled
Fillets,thick
Whole
Sliced vegetables
Tomato Halves
Sauce-based recipes with breadcrumb
toppings
Pasta Dishes
180
180
180
180
200
180-190
200
10mins
12-14mins
12mins
12mins
15-30mins
20-30mins
6mins
180
180
20-30mins
20-30mins
Fan grill cooking hints:
Turn meat once if needed
Sausages to be pierced
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Be sure electrical power is off and all surfaces are cool before cleaning any
part of the oven.
Only use soapy water to clean the appliance.
Any food spillage should be wiped up immediately to avoid discoloration.
When surface is cool, clean and rinse.
Do not use oven cleaners, cleaning powders, stainless steel cleaners or harsh
abrasives on the outside of the door.
Control panel
It is a good idea to wipe the control panel after each use. Clean it with dry soft
cloth. Do not use abrasive cleansers, strong liquid cleansers, plastic scouring
pads or oven cleansers on the control panel-they will damage the finish.
Glass Surfaces
To clean the outside glass finish, use a glass cleaner. Rinse and polish with a
dry cloth.
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Replacing the oven bulb
1.Bulb holder
2.Bulb
3.Glass cover
NOTE: The glass cover should be removed only when cold. Let
the bulb cool completely before removing it. Wearing rubber
gloves may offer a better grip.
Before replacing the bulb, disconnect electrical power to the oven
For your safety, do not touch a hot bulb with a damp cloth.
Replace with a new 25-watt oven high temperature suitable bulb.
Reassemble the glass cap and reconnect the oven.
TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
Oven or grill not working
Oven light not working.
Condensation building up
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Oven controls improperly set.
Power not turned on. Controls are
incorrectly set. Household fuse has blown
or power supply is off
Lamp blown or loose in socket.
Household fuse has blown
Reduce amount of water used in cooking
(some condensation is normal)
Unit smoking when first used
Protective oils being removed.
Fan noise
A cooling fan may automatically turn on.
This is normal. The cooling fan will turn on
to cool internal parts.
Door cannot be replaced after
removal
Door hinges not engaged properly
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