Baumatic P630SS Specifications

BO909TS
90 cm Double oven
Dear Customer,
Thank you for selecting one of our products. We are certain it will respond fully to your
needs and expectations, giving perfect results every time.
Please read this manual carefully. The instructions it contains will enable you to use the
appliance correctly and to best advantage.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for damage to persons or property caused by
incorrect and unsuitable installation.
The manufacturer reserves the right to apply such modifications to the appliance as are
deemed appropriate, without any obligation to notify customers in advance.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
- To avoid any possible hazard, the appliance may be installed by qualified personnel
only.
- Any repairs by unqualified persons may result in electric shock or short circuit. In
order to avoid possible injuries to your body or to the appliance, do not attempt any
repairs by unqualified service personnel.
- Hot fat is highly inflammable, so pay extra attention when preparing food with greas
or oil.
-Warning! Never let children in the proximity of the oven; they are not yet aware of
danger of burns. Older children may use the appliance only under your surveillance.
- The inside of the oven, also places of potential danger for children.
-Danger of burns! Oven and cooking accessories may become very hot during
operation. To avoid burns use kitchen clothes and gloves when handling hot parts or
utensils.
- Mains leak of adjacent appliances may be damaged by hotplates or if stuck between
the oven doors, and produce short circuit, therefore keep them at safe distance from
the appliance.
-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 times. Excessive heat may quickly burn your roast and
provoke fire!
- Do not let the children in the vicinity of the grill.
-THIS APPLIANCE IS CONCEIVED FOR DOMESTIC USE ONLY. THE
MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT IN ANY WAY BE HELD RESPONSIBLE
FOR WHATEVER INJURIES OR DAMAGES ARE CAUSED BY INCORRECT
INSTALLATION OR BY UNSUITABLE, WRONG OR ABSURD USE.
-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 interior light should fail, disconnect the oven from the electrical power
before removing and replacing the lamp.
- Never clean the oven with the high- pressure steam cleaning device, as it may
provoke short circuit.
- Never use aggressive cleaners or solvents, otherwise you may damage the
surface.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
The oven data plate remains accessible following installation, and is exposed to view simply by
opening the door.
It shows all details needed to identify the appliance, and these must be indicated when ordering
replacement parts.
MADE IN EUROPE
NUM.
TYPE:
MOD.:
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CE
kW
M
Given the type and height of this built-in oven, it can be installed only in a full-height kitchen unit.
Particular care must be given to the instructions on installing the oven in the unit, especially the
indications regarding the size and position of the ventilation opening, which is essential for proper
cooling of the enclosure and of the oven itself.
To guarantee the safety of the user, the unit housing the oven must be manufactured from
materials able to withstand temperatures up to 90 °C. This includes core materials, laminates,
facings and adhesives.
DEMO MODE
This is the name given to the method adopted by the oven every time the power supply fails and
consequently also when switching it on for the very first time:
The aim is to display all the possible functions with a recorded sequence of commands.
In this mode the oven is NEVER really activated, as the heating elements are not
switched on!!
The control panel is NOT ACTIVE so the oven does not respond to commands!
To disable the demo mode, touch the light symbol
for five seconds: the oven will enter into
standard operational mode and the oven is ready to be switched on.
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CONTROL PANEL
View of front console
Cooking functions
The control makes a total of fourteen specific cooking functions available!
Every function has a preset temperature.
The user can change the temperature according to his personal preference.
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POSSIBLE ACTIONS WITH THE OVEN SWITCHED OFF
The possible actions when the oven is switched off are:
- Switching on the oven light
The oven light is activated/deactivated by pressing
.
While the light is on, if the oven will be switched on, the oven light will switch off.
If the user does not switch off the light, it is automatically deactivated after 30 minutes TO SAVE
ENERGY.
- Adjusting the time
To adjust the time, keep the “TIMER FUNCTIONS” button
active for at least 3 seconds.
Adjusting the timer using the + and – keys: the
separator dots flash at regular intervals (0.5 seconds)
during the setting.
The time is acquired when the dots become stable.
- “Minute counter” timer function setting
Press the clock symbol
and fix the countdown with the + and - buttons
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HOW TO SWITCH ON THE OVEN
The oven is switched on using the ON/OFF symbol I shown in the figure.
The control activates all the symbols, illuminating the background.
NOTE: remember that the oven can only be switched on if the key function is deactivated.
The control will wait eight seconds after the switch-on of a cooking function. Otherwise
it will understand the switch-on as accidental event and automatically it will switch off
the oven for safety reasons.
- Lock/Unlock the KEY function
3 Sec.!!
The key function is activated or deactivated by pressing the key I for at least 3 seconds.
It can be activated and deactivated at any time.
The OPEN padlock
symbol means that
the key function is
not active.
The
CLOSED
padlock
symbol
means that the key
function is active.
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After switching on the oven, select the TOP OVEN using the key
, and MAIN OVEN using
the key:
.
When 2 ovens are working simultaneously, the key will flash to show which oven has been
selected.
To turn off one of the two ovens being operated simultaneously, touch the icon of the oven for at
least 3 seconds.
A complete description of all functions is listed below.
TOP OVEN
The oven offers these following cooking functions:
I
ON/OFF
Oven interior light
Conventional cooking
Set the required cooking temperature between 50 and 250 °C. The red
light will go out as soon as the selected temperature has been reached.
The oven should be pre-heated before the food is put into cook.
Lower heating element
Set the required temperature between 50 and 250 °C. This setting is
used typically for food to be reheated or warmed.
Middle Grill
Infrared grill: equipped with an energy regulator. The heat intensity of
the grill can be set from 1 to 11 using the keys of temperature (+/-). This
cooking mode is ideal for small quantity of food. Keep the door closed.
Grill
Infrared grill: equipped with an energy regulator. The heat intensity
of the grill can be set from 1 to 11 using the keys of temperature (+/-).
The oven should be heated for a few minutes before food is put under
the grill.
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MAIN OVEN
The oven offers these following cooking functions:
I
ON/OFF
Oven interior light
Top heating element. Thermostat setting from 50°C to 200°C.
Lower heating element
Set the required temperature between 50 and 250 °C. This setting is
used typically for food to be reheated or warmed.
Conventional cooking
Set the required cooking temperature between 50 and 250 °C. The red
light will go out as soon as the selected temperature has been reached.
The oven should be pre-heated before any food is put in to cook.
Middle Grill
Infrared grill: set the thermostat to the desired temperature between 50
and 200 °C. This cooking mode is ideal for small quantity of food. Keep
the door closed.
Grill
Infrared grill: set the thermostat to the desired temperature between 50
and 200 °C. The oven should be heated for a few minutes before food
is put under the grill.
Fan + Double Grill
Set the thermostat to the desired temperature between 50 and 200 °C.
Fan operation combined with the grill lets you cook particular foods
quickly and deeply. We suggest to pre-heat the oven for a few minutes
before inserting food. Keep the door closed.
Traditional cooking + Fan assisted
Set the thermostat between 50 and 250°C.
This cooking mode integrates natural convection and fan.
Cooking mode is suited to bake bread, pizzas and lasagne.
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Fan-forced cooking
The fan and the relative heating element come into operation, and
the heat will be distributed uniformly around the entire chamber at the
temperature selected with the thermostat, between 50 and 250 °C. The
oven should be pre-heated before any food is put in to cook. Different
types of food can be cooked simultaneously.
Bottom heating element + Circular heating element with fan. Thermostat
setting from 50°C to MAX.
Defrosting
Fan for defrosting. Thermostat setting at 0°C.
Double top heating element (large area grill): thermostat setting from
50°C to 200°C. Bottom heating element: thermostat setting from 50°C
to MAX.
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SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
Boost (quick preheat)
This special function can be activated after a cooking function has been selected and it is used to
reduce the time required to reach the set cooking temperature.
This period of time is known as preheating, and is required in practically all recipes.
It is possible to disconnect the boost heat function or change cooking function at any time.
Clean (quick cleaning)
A correct operation is combined with the use of the lateral panels and catalytic fan cover: the oven
is treated with special enamel with a micro-porous structure, which breaks down the fat projected
thanks to a catalytic oxidisation process which transforms residues into gaseous products.
The turbo clean function is only activated when no cooking function has been selected, so: switch
on the oven and touch the symbol as shown in the figure for five seconds.
5 sec.!!
The cleaning process takes place at a temperature of 250°C and lasts one hour. Do not
use it to cook the food!!
All the self-cleaning panels will perform effectively for thirty cleaning processes, after this limit the
panels must be replaced.
The panels should be cleaned exclusively with tap water. Replacement parts can be ordered to
your specialised dealer.
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ELECTRONIC PROGRAMMER
Warning: both the ovens can be programmed in the cooking times after selecting them by
switching on the TOP
and MAIN
symbols. The cooking time sequences are independent.
The programming of the oven offers three modes to control the cooking time. They are available
with the standard cooking functions.
Programming the timer: cooking time
Touch the timer symbol
once. The relative symbol
the indication of the current time:
lights up. The clock display will replace
The dividing dots flash to indicate that it is
possible to programme the cooking time
Once the cooking time has been set, the display will show the current
time again and the cooking time symbol will remain switched on.
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The count begins now and the symbol will flash. When the time is over, the oven will make a
beeping sound, the heating elements will be switched off and cooking will stop.
Press any button to stop the beeping sound.
After eight seconds, the oven switches off automatically unless other cooking
functions are programmed.
Programming the timer: cooking end time
Touch the timer symbol twice. The symbol
lights up.
The dividing dots flash to indicate that it is possible to
programme the cooking end time.
Set the cooking end time by touching the + and –
symbols.
Once the cooking end time has been set, the display will show the
current time again and the cooking end symbol will remain switched
on.
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The count begins and the symbol will flash. When the set time is reached, the oven will give off a
beep, the heating elements will be switched off and cooking will stop.
Press any button to stop the beeping sound.
After eight seconds, the oven switches off automatically unless other cooking
functions are programmed.
Programming the timer: delayed cooking
Using the combination of the two cooking time and cooking end time modes, it is possible to
programme the oven to start cooking at a later time than the current time.
For example, it is 8.30 a.m. and you’re about to leave home, but you would like a roast to be ready
for 1.00 p.m.. Here’s what to do:
Prepare the roast for cooking and place it in the oven.
Switch on the oven, select the cooking function and set the temperature.
Now set the cooking time, let’s say two hours.
Now set the cooking end time: the control usually adds
the cooking time to the current time and proposes
the result as the cooking end time. In our case it will
propose 10:30 (8:30+2 hours).
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Change the cooking end time to make it coincide with the
time you require. In our example this is 1.00 p.m.
The oven now enters into stand-by mode and the oven light switches off. When it is time
to start cooking, the light will not be automatically switched on (it is logical to assume that
the delayed start coincides with your absence, so it is pointless to leave the light on for no
reason).
The control will automatically activate the oven at 11:00
(1:00 p.m. –2 hours) and will switch it off at 1.00 p.m.
Programming the timer: minute counter
The minute counter is a function of the timer which is independent of the operation of the oven,
meaning that it does not block the cooking and does not switch off the oven, but acts as a beeper.
You can set it at any time, as a reminder to check cooking on the hob, as well as the oven, or for
other cooking activities.
This can also be used with the oven switched off. In this case all you have to do is touch the timer
function symbol.
If the oven is switched on, you must touch the time function symbol three times until the symbol
will light up.
The dividing dots flash to indicate that it is possible to set
the value.
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COOKING TABLE FOR TOP OVEN - CONVENTIONAL COOKING
It is recommended to preheat the oven 10 min.
DISHES
Yorkshire Puddin
Fatless Sponge Cake
Small Cakes
Fruit Plate Tart
Scones
Rich Fruit Cake
LEVEL
1
1
2
1
2
1
TEMPERATURE
200°C
180°C
190°C
200°C
220°C
140°C
COOKING TIME
30 - 40 min
25 - 30 min
15 - 20 min
40 - 45 min
10 - 15 min
2 - 3 hours
COOKING TABLE FOR THE TOP OVEN
WITH INFRARED HEATER OPERATING
To grill keep the door closed. 5 minutes oven preheating is recommended. Setting possibility from
50 - max (250)°C. Food is placed on the backing pan grid.
DISHES
Pork steaks, Chops (4 pcs)
Grilled Sausages (6 pcs)
Toast (6 pcs)
LEVEL
TEMPERATURE
3
3
3
225°C
225°C
225°C
COOKING TIME
Side 1
Side 2
12 min
6 min
1 min/25 sec.
10 min
5 min
1 min/10 sec.
COOKING TABLE FOR THE MAIN OVEN
WITH INFRARED HEATER OPERATING
To grill keep the door closed. 5 minutes oven preheating is recommended.
Setting possibility from 50 - max (200)°C. Food is placed on the backing pan grid.
DISHES
Pork steaks, Chops (4 pcs)
Roast beef (4pcs)
Grilled Sausages (6 pcs)
Toast (6 pcs)
LEVEL
TEMPERATURE
Topmost 5
Topmost 5
Topmost 5
Topmost 5
200°C
200°C
200°C
200°C
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COOKING TIME
Side 1
Side 2
15 min
10 min
9 min
1 min/50 sec.
12 min
8 min
6 min
1 min/30 sec.
COOKING SELECTIONS
Select the desired cooking function.
Preheat the oven, setting the thermostat to the required temperature. Once the oven has been
heated to the selected temperature, the symbol °C will stop flashing and the electronic module
will perform 2 beep sounds.
Remove the drip tray when using the oven for conventional baking, roasting etc.
The tray should be left in place only when using the grill, as its purpose is to catch falling droplets
of fat. Food should be placed in oven dishes with raised edges and positioned centrally under
the grill. If fan-forced operation is selected, foods of different types can be cooked simultaneously
(e.g. meat and fish), but in this case the respective cooking time must be observed.
If the symbol
function is selected, temperatures must be set 10 to 20°C lower than
indicated in the table.
Cooking temperatures and times
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ROASTING GUIDE
-Frozen meat should be thoroughly thawed before cooking. For large sizes it is advisable to
thaw overnight.
-Frozen poultry should be thoroughly thawed before cooking, the time required depends on the
size of the poultry e.g. a large turkey may take up to 48 hours to thaw.
-Adjust the shelf position so the meat or poultry will be in the centre of the oven.
The TIMES given in the ROASTING GUIDE are approximate.
Cook in oven
180°C (Fan oven)
200°C (Conventional oven)
Approximate cooking time
Rare
BEEF
Medium
Well Done
Medium
LAMB
Well Done
20 minutes per 450g. (1lb)
plus 20 minutes
25 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 20 minutes
30 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 30 minutes
25 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 25 minutes
30 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 30 minutes
PORK
35 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 35 minutes
FOWL
20 minutes per 450 g (1 lb)
plus 20 minutes
Notes:
If you are cooking a very large turkey e.g. over 141lb., we recommend that it is turned around
halfway through cooking, so that both legs will be cooked evenly.
Remove any excess fat from the tin before turning, to prevent any fat splashing.
Stuffed meat or poultry should require an extra cooking time
Joints cooked in foil or covered roasters, and for lidded casseroles: add 5 minutes per 450g. (1lb)
to the calculated cooking time.
Smaller joints weighting less than 1.25 k.g. (2 lb.) may require 5 minutes per 450g.
(1lb) extra cooking time.
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DEFROSTING AND COOLING
To defrost frozen foods, select the defrost key, place the food in the centre of the
oven and close the door.
Be safe
XDO NOT defrost stuffed poultry using this method.
XDO NOT defrost larger joints of meat and poultry over 2kg.(4lb) using this method.
XNEVER place uncooked food for defrosting next to cooked food which is to be cooled, as this
can lead to cross contamination.
Defrosting meat, poultry, and fish can be accelerated using this method but make sur they are
completely thawed before cooking. Place meat and poultry on a trivet or in a vessel.
Defrosting times
Small or thin pieces of frozen fish or meat e.g. fish fillets, prawns, and mince will take
approximately 1-2 hours. Placing the food in a single layer will reduce the thawing time.
A medium sized casserole will take approximately 3-4 hours.
A 1 1/2 kg (3lb) chicken will take approximately 5 hours.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
General instructions
CAUTION: the oven door becomes hot during use. Be sure to keep children away!
Do not use the oven as a room heater.
Always be very careful when connecting other electrical appliances to the power supply if these
are situated near the oven: the power cables must not come into contact with hot parts of the
oven.
To ensure the oven will always be safe, any servicing
— especially of electrical parts — should be entrusted exclusively by skilled personnel.
Clean the oven every time after use: this will make it easier to remove dirt and grease and ensure
that deposits do not build up.
Use earthenware oven dishes, enamelled steel or pyrex - type glass for roasting and baking,
selecting a suitable size for the bulk and quantity of the food being cooked.
Stainless steel ovenware is not recommended, as the metal reflects heat.
Using first time
Before using the oven for the first time, clean the interior thoroughly with liquid detergent and
lukewarm water. Wipe off, then heat the oven to maximum temperature and leave it switched on
for 20 minutes. This will ensure that residual oil and grease used in the manufacturing process do
not give off unpleasant smells when food is cooked in the oven.
Once this has been done, the oven is ready for use.
CAUTION: make certain the oven is disconnected from the electrical power supply before carrying
out any cleaning operation on the oven.
Final checks
Having installed the oven in its enclosure, and before switching on, be certain to check that there
are no live parts accessible, and that all the packing has been removed.
At this point the oven can be switched on as described in the instructions.
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INSTALLATION
!
CAUTION:
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY A PROFESSIONAL
ELECTRICIAN,
AND
IN
ACCORDANCE
WITH
THE
MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY ADJUSTMENT OR REPAIR ON THE
APPLIANCE, MAKE CERTAIN IT IS DISCONNECTED FROM THE
ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY
Statutory regulations, technical standards, directives
The appliance must be installed in conformity with current statutory regulations and in accordance
with applicable safety standards.
Installing the oven
The unit in which the oven is installed must be manufactured to a modular dimension of 600mm.
Openings at least 50 mm deep must be cut both in the bottom and in the top of the unit to ensure
adequate ventilation (see figure1 for essential dimensions).
During assembly, particular care must be taken not to pick up the oven by the door.
As a general rule, the oven door should never be forced or subjected to undue stresses.
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Electrical connection
Make certain the nominal a.c. power supply voltage corresponds to that indicated on the
identification data plate. To connect the appliance directly to the supply mains, a means for
disconnection having a contact separation in all poles that provide full disconnection under
overvoltage category III conditions, must be incorporated in the fixing wiring, according with the
wiring rules.
The oven must be connected to an efficient earth system, as prescribed by national and/or local
statutory regulations.
The cable must be connected as prescribed by statutory regulations and respond to the
specifications indicated on the Technical Data page.
The terminal box is located at the rear of the appliance. If a new cable is fitted, route it through
the clamp and make the connections as shown in the diagram. The earth wire must be cut longer
than the other wires so that it will be the last to break off in the event of the cable being tugged.
Having made the connection, tighten the cable clamp and close the cover of the box.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Before cleaning switch the cooker off and let it cool down completely.
Front side of the casing
To clean the frontal part of the cooker use conventional cleaning agents and follow the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Never use any aggressive cleaning agents or dish cleaning accessories which might
cause scratchesDVWKLVFDQFDXVHWKHJODVVWRVKDWWHU. For the front door glass use
soft cloth and liquid cleaners for cleaning glass surfaces. Stainless steel front:
Clean the surface with mild detergent (soap) and soft sponge which does not scratch.
Enamel coated and plastic surfaces
Clean knobs, handles and enamelled surfaces with soft cloth and liquid cleaners,
intended for use of smooth ename surfaces.
Oven
The oven may be cleaned in a traditional mode (using oven cleaners and sprays).
Otherwise respect the following cleaning tips: - Cool the oven completely before
cleaning.
- The oven and the accessories must be cleaned after each use, otherwise stains might
get burned in.
- Oven walls, sprayed with oil from roasting: better clean with warm water and detergent
when the oven is still tepid.
- Hard and heavily stained oven should be cleaned with special oven cleaning agents.
Rinse the cleaner thorouglhly and remove any detergent remaining before the next use.
- Never use aggressive cleaners, like polishing agents, dish cleaning accessories,
corrosion inhibitors, or any other devices that might cause scratches.
- Coated, stainless steel or zinc-coated surfaces or aluminum parts must not come into
contact with oven sprays, since they might cause damage or discoloration. The same
goes for thermostat probe (if the cooker is equipped with it) and exposed heaters on the
ove ceiling.
- When purchasing cleaning agents remember the environment, and strictly follow the
manufacturer’s instructions.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT:
before carrying out any maintenance operations on the oven, disconnect the
appliances from the main power.
The oven’s side runners can be easily removed by disconnecting them from the peg in the bottom.
To put them back in place, reverse this procedure.
Clean the side grids only with conventional detergents.
TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions
- height
- width
- depth
- usable volume
mm
mm
mm
58 + 32
888
594
550
liters
This appliance is manufactured in compliance with RF suppression standards.
- MODEL
- RATED VOLTAGE
Multifunction oven
230/240 - 400/415 V 3N
TOP oven
Nominal electrical input in W
(toll. +5 /-10%)
- interior light
- tangential fan unit
- upper heating element
- grill element
- lower heating element
25 W
20 W
750 W
1750 W
850 W
- maximum electrical input
1795 W
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MAIN oven (4F)
Nominal electrical input in W
(toll. +5 /-10%)
- interior light
- radial fan unit
- tangential fan unit, large oven
- circular heating element
- grill element
25 W
30 W
10 W
2300 W
2000 W
- Maximum electrical input
2365 W
- Maximum overall electrical input
4250 W 230-240V / 3700 W 220V
- Power cable
HO5 RN- F 3 x 2,5 mm2 section
MAIN oven (7F)
Nominal electrical input in W
(toll. +5 /-10%)
- interior light
- radial fan unit
- tangential fan unit, large oven
- circular heating element
- middle grill
- double grill
- upper heating element
- lower heating element
25 W
30 W
10 W
2300 W
1200 W
2200 W
1000 W
1100 W
- Maximum electrical input
2365 W
- Maximum overall electrical input
4250 W 230-240V / 3700 W 220V
- Power cable
HO5 RN- F 3 x 2,5 mm2 section
MAIN oven
Nominal electrical input in W
(toll. +5 /-10%)
- interior light
- radial fan unit
- tangential fan unit, large oven
- circular heating element
- middle grill
- double grill
- upper heating element
- lower heating element
25 W
30 W
10 W
2300 W
1200 W
2200 W
1000 W
1100 W
- Maximum electrical input
3465 W
- Maximum overall electrical input
5350 W 230-240V / 4700 W 220V
- Power cable
HO5 RN- F 3 x 2,5 mm2 section
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INTERIOR LIGHT: REPLACING THE LAMP
CAUTION: Disconnect the appliance from the power supply.
To replace the lamp of the oven interior light, first
unscrew and remove the protective cover A.
Renew the lamp, and refit the cover A.
Max power 25 W.
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REMOVING THE OVEN DOOR
The door is easily removed, as follows:
- open the door completely;
- raise the two hinge levers as indicated in the drawing;
- close the door again until a click is produced by the levers raised previously;
- lift the door upward and away from the front of the oven to free it from the sockets;
To refit the door, locate the hinges in the sockets and return the two levers to the locking position.
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IMPORTANT: If your appliance appears not to be
operating correctly, then you should disconnect it from
your mains supply and then contact the Customer Care
Department.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPAIR THE APPLIANCE YOURSELF.
Please note that if an engineer is asked to attend whilst the product is
under guarantee and finds that the problem is not the result of an
appliance fault, then you may be liable for the cost of the call out charge.
The appliance must be accessible for the engineer to perform any
necessary repair. If your appliance is installed in such a way that
an engineer is concerned that damage will be caused to the
appliance or your kitchen, then they will not complete a repair.
This includes situations where appliances have been tiled in,
sealed in with sealant, have wooden obstructions placed in front
of the appliance, like plinths. Or any installation other than the
one specified by the manufacturer has been completed.
IMPORTANT: The manufacturer operates a policy of continuous
improvement and reserves the right to adjust and modify its
products without prior notification.
United Kingdom
Baumatic Ltd.,
Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading, Berkshire
RG2 0QX
United Kingdom
Czech Republic
Baumatic CR spol s.r.o.
Lípovà 665
460 01 Liberec 4
Czech Republic
+420 483 577 200
www.baumatic.cz
Sales Telephone
(0118) 933 6900
Sales Fax
(0118) 931 0035
Customer Care Telephone
(0118) 933 6911
Customer Care Fax
(0118) 986 9124
Spares Telephone
(01235) 437244
Advice Line Telephone
(0118) 933 6933
Slovakia
Baumatic Slovakia, s.r.o.
Panenská 34
811 03 Bratislava - Staré Mesto
Slovakia
+421 255 640 618
www.baumatic.sk
Germany
Baumatic Gmbh
Bachstr.10-12
D-32 257 Bünde
Deutschland
E-mail:
sales@baumatic.co.uk
customercare@baumatic.co.uk
spares@baumatic.co.uk
technical@baumatic.co.uk
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Service Telephone
1-890 812 724
Holland
Baumatic Benelux B.V.
Dukdalfweg 15d
1332 BH ALMERE
Nederland
Spares Telephone
091 756 771
+31(0)36 549 1553
www.baumatic.nl
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