Miele M 316 E Operating instructions

Operating instructions
Ovens and cookers
H 310, H 320
H 316, H 326
It is essential to read these
operating instructions before
installing or using the machine,
to avoid the risk of accident,
or damage to the machine.
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M.-Nr. 05 389 880
Contents
Contents
Description of the appliance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Hob . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Caring for the environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Warning and Safety instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Before using for the first time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Hobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ceramic hobs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooking zones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Residual heat indicator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Extended area. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enclosed hotplates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Hobs - use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hob controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the hob. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Suggested hob settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Choice of suitable pans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Notes on the use on hobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Description of the systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Ovens - use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function selector. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Temperature selector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pre-heating the oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Baking tray, grill pan / oven tray and rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Roasting (grease) filter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Anti-splash tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Push buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Symbols in the display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time of day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Short time (Minute minder). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programming cooking time automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switch off automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delaying the start of cooking time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To check and change an
entered time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cancelling an automatic
process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the audible tone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Baking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Baking chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Roasting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Oven roasting chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Defrosting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Cooking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Casseroles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Cooking ready made meals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Grilling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Grill chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Cleaning and care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ceramic hob surface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enclosed hotplates. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appliance front and control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Contents
PerfectClean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Catalytic enamel surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To remove the oven door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To re-fit the oven door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To remove the runners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To remove the back panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
To lower the upper heating element . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Correcting minor faults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
After sales service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Extra accessories. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Electrical connection UK, IRL, ZA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Installation - Ceramic hobs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
KM 213, KM 215 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
KM 227, KM 228 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Installation - Hobs with enclosed hotplates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Installing the cooker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Installing the oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Description of the appliance
Description of the appliance
General view
"E"-model: cooker with hob controls
Control panel *
Oven interior
b Oven function selector
c Oven temperature selector
d Indicator light for oven heating
e Timer *
f Cooking zone controls
g Indicator light for hob cooking areas
h Heating element for top heat and
grilling with roof liner
i Air inlet for fan
j Runner heights 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
k Oven door
* depending on model
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Description of the appliance
"B"-model: oven
Control panel *
Oven interior
b Oven function selector
c Oven temperature selector
d Indicator light for oven heating
e Timer*
f Heating element for top heat and
grilling
g Air inlet for fan
h Runner heights 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
i Oven door
* depending on model
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Description of the appliance
Accessories
Hob
The following accessories are supplied
with this oven:
The cookers with integrated hob controls can be combined with the following hobs:
– baking tray
– dual purpose grill pan / oven tray
– non-tip rack
– a roasting filter
KM 200
KM 213, KM 227
KM 215, KM 228
– a handle
Data plate for hob
– an anti-splash tray
A second data plate is supplied with
the hob, as the one on the appliance is
not visible after installation. Please stick
this into the space provided on the
"After Sales Service" page of your hob
instruction booklet for future reference.
These and other accessories are also
available to order from your Dealer or
the Miele Spare Parts Department. See
“Accessories” and “Extra Accessories”
further on in this booklet for more details.
If contacting the Service Department,
please quote the model and number of
your hob.
Please note
For "B" model ovens (without hob controls), only the instructions relating to
ovens are applicable.
The instructions for hobs relate to "E"
model cookers with hob controls, or to
the hob of a free-standing cooker.
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Description of the appliance
Ceramic hob KM 215, KM 228
b Vario cooking zone: 14.5 cm / 21 cm Ø
c Cooking zone: 14.5 cm Ø
d Cooking zone / Extended cooking zone: 17 cm Ø / 17 cm x 26 cm *
e Cooking zone: 14.5 cm Ø
f Hob display field, residual heat indicator
Ceramic hob KM 213, KM 227
As above except:
* Cooking zone: 18 cm Ø
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Description of the appliance
Hob with enclosed hotplates KM 200
b Cooking zone: 18 cm Ø
c Cooking zone: 14.5 cm Ø
d Cooking zone: 18 cm Ø
e Cooking zone: 14.5 cm Ø
f Cooking zone control: front left
g Cooking zone control: back left
h Cooking zone control: back right
i Cooking zone control: front right
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Caring for the environment
Caring for the environment
Disposal of the packing
material
The transport and protective packing
has been selected from materials
which are environmentally friendly for
disposal and can normally be recycled.
Ensure that any plastic wrappings,
bags etc. are disposed of safely and
kept out of the reach of babies and
young children. Danger of suffocation!
Rather than just throwing these materials away, please ensure they are offered for recycling.
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Disposal of your old machine
Old machines contain materials which
can be reclaimed or recycled. Please
contact your dealer, your local waste
collection centre or scrap merchant
about potential recycling schemes,
before disposing of the appliance.
Ensure that the machine presents no
danger to children while being stored
for disposal. See the appropriate advice in the "Warning and Safety instructions".
Warning and Safety instructions
Warning and Safety instructions
This appliance complies with all relevant legal safety requirements. Improper use of the appliance can,
however, present a risk of both personal injury and material damage.
Before installation and before using
the appliance for the first time, read
the operating instructions carefully.
They contain important notes on
safety, on the installation, operation
and care of the appliance. This way
you will avoid the risk of accidents
and damage to the appliance.
The appliance is not intended for
use by young children or infirm persons without supervision.
Young children should be superwised to ensure that they do not
play with the appliance.
Keep these instructions in a safe
place and pass them on to any future user.
Correct usage
The appliance is intended for domestic use to cook food, and in
particular to bake, roast, defrost, cook,
dry fruit etc, and to grill.
Any other usage is at the owner’s risk
and could be dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for
damage caused by improper use of the
appliance.
Technical safety
Before connecting the appliance to
the mains supply make sure that
the voltage and frequency correspond
to the rating on the data plate, otherwise the appliance could be damaged.
Consult a competent person if in doubt.
The electrical safety of this appliance can only be guaranteed
when continuity is complete between
the appliance and an effective earthing
system, which complies with local and
national regulations. It is most important that this basic safety requirement is
tested by a qualified electrician. The
manufacturer cannot be held responsible for the consequences of an inadequate earthing system (e.g. electric
shock).
This appliance must only be operated as a built-in appliance. This is
necessary to ensure that all electrical
components are shielded.
Never open the casing of the appliance.
Tampering with electrical connections
or components and mechanical parts
is highly dangerous to the user and can
cause operational faults.
Installation work and repairs may
only be carried out by a suitably
qualified and competent person in
accordance with national and local
safety regulations.
Repairs and other work by unqualified
persons could be dangerous. The
manufacturer cannot be held responsible for unauthorised work.
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Warning and Safety instructions
The appliance is only completely
isolated from the electricity supply
when:
– it is switched off at the wall socket
– or the mains fuse is withdrawn
– or the screw-out fuse is removed (in
countries where this is applicable).
Ensure that current is not supplied to
the appliance while maintenance or
repair work is being carried out.
Do not connect the appliance to
the mains electricity supply by an
extension lead.
Extension leads do not guarantee the
required safety of the appliance, (e.g
danger of overheating).
The oven is designed to be built
into a tall unit. If you wish to install
it in a base unit, the stainless steel rail
above the control panel must be replaced by a sealing strip. The sealing
strip offers additional protection from
any liquids that might spill down from
the worktop, and can be purchased
from the Miele Spare Parts dept.
This equipment is not designed for
maritime use or for use in mobile installations such as caravans, aircraft
etc. However, it may be suitable for
such usage subject to a risk assessment of the installation being carried
out by a suitably qualified engineer.
Use
Caution, danger of burning.
High temperatures are produced by
the oven and the hob cooking areas.
Great care should be taken to ensure that small children do not
touch the appliance when it is being
used. The hob and also external parts
of the oven such as the door glass,
handle vent and control panel can
become quite hot. For cookers with a
hob turn pan handles inwards to prevent children from pulling pans over.
Children should not be left alone or
unattended in an area where an
oven is in use. They should never be
allowed to sit or stand on any part of
the oven or play with it.
Do not store items of interest to children in cabinets above an oven. Children climbing on the oven to reach these
items could be seriously injured.
Oven
Use of heat-resistant oven gloves
is recommended when placing
food in the oven, turning or removing it.
When working with "Conventional" heating or when grilling, the element in the
roof of the oven and the guard plate
become very hot, and there is a danger
of being burnt.
Wait until the grill element has
cooled down before lowering it for
cleaning, to avoid the danger of burning.
Do not use force to pull it down as
this can cause the element to break.
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Warning and Safety instructions
Do not use plastic containers.
These melt at high temperatures
and could damage the oven.
Do not heat up unopened tins or jars
of food in the oven, as pressure can
build up and they may explode. This
could result in injury or damage.
Do not push pots and pans around
on the oven floor as this could
damage the surface.
Do not lean or sit on the open oven
door, or place heavy items on it.
This could damage the appliance. Take
care in the region of the hinges. The
oven door can support a maximum
load of 10 kg.
When closing the oven door to prevent the risk of damage hold the
handle firmly and do not let go of it until
it is shut. Make sure that nothing gets
trapped between the door and the
oven.
Cover any food which is left in the
oven to be kept hot. This avoids
the food drying out. It also prevents
steam condensing and possibly leading to moisture damage in the oven.
Bake any deep-frozen items such
as pizzas on baking paper on the
rack itself. Do not place them on the
baking tray or in the grill pan/oven tray.
This could cause the metal to distort to
such an extent that it might be impossible to remove the pan from the
oven whilst it is still hot. This distortion
would increase with subsequent use.
Deep frozen foods such as oven chips
or potato croquettes can be cooked on
the baking tray or grill pan/oven.
Never add water to food on a hot
baking tray or grill pan/oven tray or
directly onto food in a hot oven. The
steam created could cause serious
burns or scalding and the sudden
change in temperature can damage
the enamel.
Never line the floor of the oven with
aluminium foil when using Conventional top and bottom heat A. Do not
place a dish, tin, baking tray or grill
pan/oven tray on the floor of the oven.
If using a grill pan/oven tray made by a
different manufacturer make sure that
there is a gap of at least 6 cm between
the bottom of the pan and the floor of
the oven.
If these instructions are not observed
the bottom heat will be blocked. This
can cause permanent damage to the
floor of the oven.
Protective aluminium foil panels
are available in retail outlets which
are supposed to protect the oven cavity from soiling and reduce the need for
cleaning. If used, cooking and baking
times will increase considerably.
They can also cause damage to the appliance (e.g. by blocking the heat).
Ceramic hobs
When switched on the cooking
areas heat up. A residual heat indicator shows whether a cooking zone is
hot.
Do not cover the hob display field
by a hot pan. This could cause
damage to the residual heat indicators.
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Warning and Safety instructions
In the event of any breakages or
cracks occurring in the ceramic
hob it must be switched off immediately
and disconnected from the electricity
supply.
Contact the Service Department.
Do not use the hob until the damaged
ceramic plate has been replaced. Continued use would be dangerous as
liquids etc. boiling over could penetrate
to the electrical components through
any crack and cause a short circuit.
Do not use the hob as a resting
place for any other objects. This
could lead to a danger of the article
catching fire or melting if there is any residual heat or the hob is switched on inadvertently.
Do not use plastic or aluminium foil
containers. These melt at high temperatures. Additionally, they could damage a ceramic hob as they melt.
Do not allow either solid or liquid
sugar or pieces of plastic or alumium foil to get on to the cooking
zones when they are hot. If this is
allowed to cool before the hob has
been cleaned, the ceramic surface will
be susceptible to pitting or even cracking.
Switch the cooking zones off and while
the hob is still warm, scrape all the
sugar, plastic or aluminium remains
from the hob with a shielded blade
scraper taking care not to burn yourself.
Do not drop anything on the ceramic hob.
Even a light object such as an egg
cup, could cause damage in certain circumstances.
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Do not use any pots or pans on the
ceramic hob with bases with pronounced edges or ridges, or which are
poorly enamelled.
These could scratch or scour the hob
surface permanently.
There is a seal between the hob
frame and worktop and between
the frame and the ceramic plate. Do
not use any sharp pointed object, such
as a knife, to clean these seals as they
could become damaged.
Hobs with enclosed hotplates
When switched on the cooking
areas become hot. Danger of burning.
Avoid allowing liquids or foods containing salt to spill onto a stainless
steel hob or trim. Should this happen
wipe up any spillages containing salt
immediately, to avoid corrosion.
Do not use covers on the enclosed
hotplates. Turning on the hotplate
with the cover still in place could damage the hotplate. Putting a cover on a
damp hotplate could lead to damage
of the hotplate. Condensation trapped
under the cover could cause corrosion.
Do not use the hob as a resting
place for any other objects. This
could lead to a danger of the article
catching fire or melting if there is any residual heat or the hob is switched on inadvertently
Do not use plastic or aluminium foil
containers. These melt at high temperatures. Additionally they could damage the hob as they melt.
Warning and Safety instructions
General notes
Do not leave the appliance unattended when cooking with oils and
fats as these can be a fire hazard if
allowed to overheat.
Do not use the oven to heat up the
room. Due to the high temperatures radiated, objects left near the
oven or hob could catch fire.
Always ensure that food is sufficiently cooked or reheated. Many
factors will affect the overall cooking
time, including the size and amount of
food, its temperature, changes to the
recipe and the shape and size of cooking container. Some foods may contain
micro organisms which are only destroyed by thorough cooking at temperatures over 70º C for a minimum of
10 minutes. Therefore when cooking or
reheating foods, e.g. poultry, it is particularly important that food is fully
cooked through. If in doubt select a
longer cooking or reheating time.
It is important that the heat is allowed
to spread evenly throughout the food
being cooked. This can be achieved
by stirring and/or turning the food, and
by observing a sufficiently long standing time which should be added to the
time needed for cooking, reheating or
defrosting.
When using kitchen appliances
connected to sockets near the
oven, ensure that the cable cannot
come into contact with hot cooking
zones or get trapped in a hot oven
door, which could melt the cable insulation and be dangerous. Danger of electric shock.
Under no circumstances use a
steam cleaner to clean this appliance. The steam could attack the
electrical components and cause a
short circuit.
Using alcohol in your recipes:
Often alcoholic drinks such as
rum, cognac, wine, etc are used when
preparing dishes and oven-cooking
them.
The high temperatures can cause the
alcohol to vaporise.
Please take note that under adverse circumstances the alcohol can catch light
on the hot heating elements.
In countries which may be subject
to infestation by cockroaches or
other vermin, pay particular attention to
keeping the appliance and its surroundings in a clean condition at all times.
Any damage which might be caused
by cockroaches or other vermin will not
be covered by the appliance guarantee.
Disposal of your old machine
Before discarding an old machine
switch off and disconnect it from
the power supply. This should be done
by a competent person. Cut off and render any plug useless.
Cut off the cable directly behind the
machine to prevent misuse.
The manufacturer cannot be held
liable for damage caused by noncompliance with these Warning and
Safety instructions.
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Before using for the first time
Before using for the first time
Setting the timer
Cleaning the appliance
Depending on model, your appliance
may be fitted with a timer.
Oven interior
If there are any stickers on the floor
of the oven, baking trays, oven/grill
pan etc. these must be removed before use.
Wipe out the oven interior using
warm water and a little washing-up
liquid. Polish dry with a soft cloth.
Do not close the oven door until the
oven interior is dry.
After the appliance has been switched
on "0.00" and "AUTO" flash in the display.
Setting the time of day
(24 hour display)
Press and hold buttons "g" and
")" at the same time.
"0·00" and "AUTO" continue to flash.
Enter the time of day in hours and
minutes with the + or – button.
Once the time has been entered, the
clock advances minute by minute.
Timer-controlled or manual operation
This oven can be operated with timer
control - see section "Timer", or
manually. Press "i" to allow you to
operate the oven manually.
The "@" symbol will appear in the
display, indicating that the oven can be
used without the timer.
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Rinse the accessories.
New appliances have a slight smell on
first use. Running the oven for at least
an hour at a high temperature will dissipate this more quickly.
Turn the oven function selector to
"Fan Heat D".
Select the highest temperature.
Depending on the model the timer can
also be used to set the finish time.
Ensure the room is well ventilated
during this process.
Before using for the first time
Ceramic hob
Enclosed hotplates
Thoroughly clean the ceramic hob before first use, then clean regularly after
use when just warm to the touch, or
cold (see the section on "Cleaning and
care").
For the first few times of using a smell
will occur.
On first use the hob may give off a
slight smell as moisture in the insulation
evaporates.
Heat the hotplates for about
5 minutes at the highest setting.
Do not place a pan on them.
The protective coating which prevents
the build-up of rust will smoke slightly
as it hardens.
Ensure the room is well ventilated
during this process.
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Hobs
Hobs
Ceramic hobs
Cooking zones
The cooking zones are clearly marked
on the hob. Only the zone that is
switched on heats up. The surround
remains relatively cool.
Residual heat indicator
There is a display field with a residual
heat indicator for each zone.
Once the zone is switched on, the indicator light comes on when a certain
temperature is reached.
Do not cover the hob display field by a
hot pan. This could cause damage to
the residual heat indicators.
After switching off, the residual heat indicator light stays on as long as the
cooking zone remains hot.
Do not touch these cooking zones
or place any heat sensitive objects
on them. Danger of burning.
Extended area
Only applicable to hobs with vario or
extended cooking zones.
The relevant cooking zone control is
also used to switch on the vario /
extended area.
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Turn the control in a clockwise direction until a resistance is felt. Otherwise the control can be damaged.
Turn the control in a clockwise direction only to the symbol "n".
Then select the setting required.
Turning the zone control back to "0"
switches off:
– the cooking zone, and
– the extended area.
Enclosed hotplates
On hobs with enclosed hotplates, there
are two different sizes and performance levels of hotplate.
Hobs - use
Hobs - use
Hob controls
The controls for the cooking zones / hotplates regulate the heat output.
Only turn the controls in a clockwise
direction until a resistance is felt,
and back again.
Turning them in the other direction
will damage them.
When a control is turned to a setting,
the hob indicator light comes on. It
goes out when all hob zone controls
are turned off.
Using the hob
Choose a high setting number for
boiling/frying.
Switch to a lower setting to continue
cooking, when steam is visible at the
rim of the lid.
Switching to a lower setting at the right
time:
– avoids pans boiling over,
– food sticking,
– and saves electricity.
Suggested hob settings
Setting
Melting butter,
Chocolate
Dissolving gelatine
Preparing junket and yoghurt
Keeping food warm
Warming small quantitites of
food/liquid
Thickening sauces containing
egg yolk, butter
Omelettes
Defrosting deep frozen items
Cooking rice, pasta,
porridge,
Steaming fruit, vegetables,
Cooking broths, pulse soups
Braising meat, fish,
vegetables
Cooking dumplings, potatoes,
soups
Preparing jams, jellies, stewed
fruit
Frying chops, liver, sausage, fish,
eggs
Frying pancakes, dropped
scones and
other liquid batters
Frying steaks
Deep frying (chips, fritters)
Boiling water
1
1–2
2–3
3–5
5–7
6–9
These figures, which envisage approx. 4 helpings, should only be taken as a guide. With deep
pans, large quantities, or without the lid on, a
higher setting is needed. With smaller quantities
select a lower setting.
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Hobs - use
Choice of suitable pans
Attention to correct choice and use of
pans
– will help you obtain the best cooking
result most economically,
– and generally avoid food boiling
over and sticking.
Pan bases
Size of pan
The diameter of the saucepan or frying
pan should be very slightly larger than
that of the hotplate/cooking area.
Pan lids
For maximum economy of electricity
when cooking or frying, only use pans
with a flat or very slightly concave
base. When hot the pan will rest evenly
on the hob. Modern saucepans for electric cookers are the most suitable and
efficient for use on ceramic cooking
zones, or solid hotplates.
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Cooking with the lid on the pan retains
the heat.
Hobs - use
Notes on the use on hobs
(both ceramic and enclosed hotplates)
Before switching on, place a saucepan
containing water or food to be cooked
on the hotplate or cooking area. This
prevents unnecessary use of energy or
the hotplates warping or burning themselves out.
Before starting to cook, make sure that
the hotplates or cooking areas and the
base of saucepan are clean and dry.
This saves extra cleaning later on.
Additional notes for ceramic hobs
Take care before starting to cook
that there is no grit or sand on the
surface of the hob.
This would scratch the surface, especially if a pan was pushed across.
Do not use any pots or pans where
the base has ridges, a pronounced
edge or is poorly enamelled.
These could also cause scratches.
Do not push roasting tins or baking
trays etc across the ceramic surface. Scratches could occur.
Aluminium or stainless steel pans
with aluminium bases can leave
marks with a metallic sheen on the
ceramic surface. Clean these away
at the earliest opportunity, (see Section on Cleaning and Care).
Never leave boiled-over sugar or syrups, plastic items or aluminium foil
on the hob. If this does happen,
switch the cooking zones off and
while the hob is still warm scrape
the sugar, plastic and aluminium remians from the hob with a shielded
scraper blade, taking care not to
burn yourself.
If these residues are allowed to cool before the hob surface has been cleaned,
the ceramic surface will be susceptible
to pitting or even cracking.
Additional notes for enclosed hotplates
Do not lay anything wet or damp
across the hotplates.
If this does however happen, wipe the
hotplate clean and switch on briefly to
dry. This is necessary to avoid corrosion.
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Description of the systems
Description of the systems
Fan Heat D
Conventional heating A
This system works by the circulation of
heated air.
With the conventional method of heating, radiant heat is directed onto the
food from above and below. It is useful
where a fairly long cooking time is required and a deep colour and good
rise are needed.
A fan situated on the back wall of the
oven sucks in the air, heats it over a
ring element and blows the heated air
through the carefully spaced openings
in the rear panel of the oven, enabling
lower temperatures to be used than
with the Conventional heating system.
The oven does not usually need to be
pre-heated as the heated air reaches
the food straight away.
Exception: Pre-heating may be necessary for foods such as puff pastry and
yeast mixtures where instant heat is required to make them rise quickly.
Using the fan heating system you can
bake and roast on different levels at the
same time.
Rapid heat-up Ä
With Rapid heat-up the grill element,
the bottom heat element and the fan all
switch on at the same time so that the
oven reaches the required temperature
as quickly as possible. The indicator
light above the temperature selector
goes out when the required temperature has been reached. The oven function selector must then be turned to the
function you wish to use.
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It is usually necessary to pre-heat the
oven for about 20 minutes when using
this method.
Grill n
The inner part of the upper heating element acts as the grill. This will glow red
a few minutes after switching it on and
is then ready for use.
Pre-heat the grill for at least 5 minutes
with the oven door closed, before
placing food under the grill.
Fan grill N
The hot air from the grill is distributed
over the food by the fan on the rear wall
of the oven. This enables a lower temperature to be selected than for conventional grilling.
Ovens - use
Ovens - use
Controls
There is an oven function selector and
a temperature selector.
Function selector
Turn the function selector
– Light H
Turns on the oven light independently.
– Conventional A
Top and bottom heat for baking /
roasting traditional recipes, for fruit
cake.
– Grill n
For grilling fish and cuts such as
chops, steaks, poultry pieces, and
kebabs.
Grill with the oven door closed.
– Rapid heat-up Ä
For reducing the heating up time
and for pre-heating the oven.
Also useful for cooking ready made
meals.
– Fan heat D
For baking or roasting on several levels at the same time.
– clockwise, to select "Rapid heatup Ä", "Fan heat D" or "Fan
grill N".
– anti-clockwise, to select "Light H",
"Conventional A" and "Grill n".
– Fan Grill N
Ideal for grilling thicker items such
as stuffed meat, kebabs and pieces
of poultry etc. Grill with the oven
door closed.
Turn the function selector clockwise
only as far as the "Fan grill N" setting or anti-clockwise only as far as
the "Grill n" setting. Do not attempt
to turn it all the way round in either
direction. Do not force it, this would
damage the selector.
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Ovens - use
Temperature selector
Using the oven
The "@" symbol must show in the
timer display if you wish to operate
the oven manually, i.e. using the
temperature and function selectors
without the timer. Press "i" to allow
you to do this.
Place the food in the oven.
Turn the oven selector to the required function.
Use the temperature selector to set
the required temperature.
The temperature can be freely selected
within the given range.
Turn the temperature selector in a
clockwise direction to the required
setting. Then turn it back in an anticlockwise direction. Do not force it
right round in a clockwise direction
as this would damage the selector.
When the temperature selector is
turned to a temperature setting, the indicator light above the selector comes
on.
When the temperature is reached, the
heating element switches itself off.
When the temperature falls below that
selected, the heating element switches
on again automatically.
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Remove the food from the oven when
the cooking process has finished.
You can also programme the oven to
end or delay the start of a cooking process automatically. See "Programming
cooking time automatically".
Ovens - use
Pre-heating the oven
Pre-heating is only necessary in a few
cases e.g:
With "Fan heat" D
– Pre-heating may be necessary for
foods such as puff pastry and yeast
mixtures where instant heat is
required to make them rise quickly.
With "Conventional" A
– It is usually necessary to pre-heat
the oven for about 20 minutes when
using this method where a fairly long
cooking time is required and a deep
colour and good rise are needed.
With "Grill" n
– Pre-heat the grill for at least 5
minutes with the oven door closed,
before placing food under the grill.
With "Rapid heat-up" Ä
Do not switch on "Rapid heat-up Ä"
for pre-heating the oven when baking biscuits and small cakes, particularly when batch baking because the top tray will brown too
quickly.
Turn the function selector to "Rapid
heat-up" Ä.
Set the temperature you require.
The oven heating comes on.
When the indicator light above the
temperature selector goes out for the
first time, set the oven function you
require for continued cooking or baking and place the food in the oven.
You can use "Rapid heat-up Ä" to
cook ready made meals (see
relevant section).
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Accessories
Accessories
Baking tray, grill pan / oven
tray and rack
The baking tray, grill pan / oven tray
and rack are fitted with non-tip safety
notches which prevent them being
pulled right out when they only need to
be partially pulled out.
When pushing the tray, pan and
rack back in, always ensure that the
safety notches are at the rear of the
oven. (See illustration).
The tray, pan and rack can then only
be taken out of the oven by raising
them upwards and then pulling out.
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Roasting (grease) filter
The roasting filter must be fitted in front
of the fan when:
– using Fan heat D for roasting on the
rack or in an open pot or roasting tin.
– using Fan grill N.
The droplets of fat caught up in the circulating air are deposited on the roasting filter. This helps to keep the oven
and the area behind the interior back
panel cleaner.
Do not use the roasting filter when
baking. This would increase the
times needed for baking.
Accessories
Handle
To take baking trays or the grill pan /
oven try out of the oven, or to put them
into it.
Anti-splash tray
To be placed in the grill pan/oven tray
when grilling and roasting.
The juices from the food being cooked
collect under the anti-splash tray, rather
than being dried out, and they can then
be used in sauces etc.
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Timer
Timer
Depending on model, your appliance
may be fitted with a timer.
Symbols in the display
Functions
l
– lights up when a short time is set.
The following symbols appear:
AUTO
– lights up when a cooking process is
selected.
– flashes when the cooking time is
complete.
AUTO and @
– light up as the cooking time proceeds.
The timer can:
– show the time of day,
– switch the oven off, or on and off
automatically.
Push buttons
With the push buttons you can:
l
– enter a short time as a minute
minder.
g
– enter the duration of a cooking
process.
)
– enter the end of a cooking process.
i
– cancel an entered cooking process.
– Switch the oven to manual operation ("@" lights up in the display).
+ and –
– enter or change times.
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@
– lights up when the oven can be
switched on independently of the
timer (manual operation).
Timer
Time of day
Short time (Minute minder)
(24 hour display)
The minute minder can be used to time
any activity in the kitchen, e.g. boiling
eggs.
When the appliance is first connected to the power supply, or after
a power cut "0·00" and "AUTO" flash
in the display.
To set the time of day:
Press and hold the buttons "g" and
")" at the same time.
"0·00" and "AUTO" continue to flash.
Enter the time of day in
hours·minutes with the + or – button.
As soon as the + or – button is
pressed, "@" lights constantly in the
display.
Once the time has been entered, the
clock advances minute by minute.
If a cooking process had been entered,
this will now be cancelled.
The short time can be entered independently of another entered process.
A short time in the range of 1 minute up
to 23 hours 59 minutes can be entered.
Enter the short time
Press the "l" button.
Enter the required time in
hours·minutes using the + button.
"l" appears in the display.
At the end of the short time
- The "l" symbol goes out.
- An audible tone sounds for approx. 7
minutes.
The audible tone can be cancelled at
any time by pressing the "l" button.
Please note:
The time of day can also be altered
after the i button has been pressed,
using the + or – buttons.
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Timer
Programming cooking time
automatically
Switch off automatically
Turn the oven function and temperature selectors to the required settings.
Press the "g" button.
"0· 00" appears in the display.
Use the + button to enter the
required time in hours·minutes (up to
a maximum of 10 hours).
"AUTO" appears in the display.
Please note the following:
For baking do not delay the start too
long. This may affect the rising properties of the dough or cake mixture, as it
will dry out.
The end of cooking time
When the end of cooking time is
reached
– the oven heating switches off automatically.
– an audible tone sounds for approx. 7
minutes.
– “AUTO” flashes.
Delaying the start of cooking time
Turn the oven function and temperature selectors to the required settings.
First enter the cooking time:
Press the "g" button.
"0·00" appears in the display.
Use the + button to enter the
required time in hours· minutes (up
to a maximum of 10 hours).
Now set the end of cooking time:
Press the ")" button.
The time of day plus the cooking time
entered appear in the display.
Use the + button to set the end of
cooking time.
The oven goes off and "AUTO" appears
in the display.
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Pressing the "i" button cancels the
audible tone and visual display.
However, as soon as the "i" button is pressed the oven heating
comes on again.
You must switch off the oven.
Turn the oven function and temperature selectors to "0".
Timer
To check and change an
entered time
It is possible to check or change times
entered for a cooking process, or with
the minute minder at any time.
Checking
Press the button of the time which is
to be checked.
g
The cooking time entered, or the
amount of time left to run in a programme in progress is shown.
)
The end of the cooking process
appears.
l
The short time remaining is shown.
Changing
Press the button of the time which is
to be altered.
Use the + or – button to enter the
required time.
Cancelling an automatic
process
Press the i button.
As soon as the process has been
cancelled, the oven heating and
lighting come on again.
Switch the oven off if you no longer
need it.
Changing the audible tone
There is a choice of 3 audible tones.
Press the – button.
The tone already set will sound.
Press the – button within approx.
7 seconds of hearing this first tone. A
different tone will be heard each time
the – button is pressed.
Stop pressing the – button when you
hear the tone you want. This tone will
be adopted after approx. 7 seconds.
Only alter the audible tone when the
oven is switched off.
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Baking
Baking
The following settings are recommended for baking:
– Fan Heat D
– Conventional A
Bakeware
For the best baking results make sure
that you chose bakeware in a material
suitable for the particular heating system.
– Fan Heat D
Most types of heat-resistant tins or
dishes are suitable, including thinwalled and bright, non-reflective metal tins. Place the tin or dish on the
baking tray in the oven.
– Conventional A
The following baking tins give an
evenly browned result:
Dark metal, aluminium or enamel tins
with a matt finish are preferable.
Heat resistant glass dishes can also
be used.
Avoid bright, shiny metal tins. These
reflect heat which means that the
heat does not penetrate to the food
effectively and will result in uneven
or poor browning. In some cases the
cakes might not cook properly.
Place the tin or dish directly on the
non-tip rack in the oven.
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Fan Heat D
Several levels can be used at the same
time for baking. The recommended positions are:
1 tray = 1st runner from the bottom
2 trays = 1st and 3rd runners from
the bottom
3 trays = 1st, 2nd and 5th runners
from the bottom.
When baking moist biscuits, cakes
or bread, do not bake on more than
two levels.
If baking on three levels place tins
on the oven tray on the 1st runner
position and on baking trays on the
other runner levels.
Remember to remove the roasting
(grease) filter from in front of the fan
opening. Otherwise the baking time
will be longer and results uneven.
With Fan Heat D lower baking temperatures are needed than with the
Conventional A setting. See the baking charts.
Baking
Conventional A
Use dark metal or enamel tins with
a matt finish.
Bright, shiny metal tins result in
uneven or poor browning and in
some cases cakes might not cook
properly.
This function is particularly good for
rich fruit cakes, pastries and breads
where a fairly long cooking time is required and a deep colour and good
rise are needed.
It is usually necessary to pre-heat the
oven for about 20 minutes when using
this method.
Place tins on the rack on runner level
1 or 2.
General notes
Bake any deep-frozen items such as
pizzas on baking paper on the rack itself. Do not place them on the baking
tray or in the grill pan/oven tray.
This could cause the metal to distort to
such an extent that it might be impossible to remove the pan from the
oven whilst it is still hot. This distortion
would increase with subsequent use.
Deep frozen foods such as oven chips
or potato croquettes can be cooked on
the baking tray or grill pan/oven.
The Baking Chart gives suggestions for temperature, runner height
and timing.
For even browning:
– in general select the middle temperature.
Increasing the temperature and reducing the time can have an adverse effect on even browning. In
some cases cakes might not cook
properly.
– Select the runner height according
to the recipe and the setting chosen.
– Just before the end of baking time
test to see if the cake is done.
Place rectangular tins in the oven as
shown in the illustration.
Insert a metal or wooden skewer into
the centre.
If it comes out clean, without dough
or crumbs sticking to it, the cake is
ready.
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Baking chart
Baking chart
Fan Heat D
Creamed mixture
Madeira cake
Rich fruit cake (20 cm)
Victoria sandwich (tin)
Fudge brownies (tray)
Date and walnut cake
Cookies
Small cakes 1) 3)
Whisked mixture
Souffle 1) 3)
Flan base 1) 3)
Swiss roll 1) 3)
Rubbed-in mixture
Sweet pastry base
Scones
Crumble
Teabread 1)
Shortbread
Apple pie 1)
Savoury pastry 2)
Yeast mixtures
Wholemeal rolls
Lardy cake
Stollen
White bread
Wholemeal bread 1)
Pizza (tray) 1)
Hot cross buns
Choux pastry 1)3)
Eclairs
Flaky pastry 1)
Meringues 1)
Macaroons
Meringues
Temperature
in °C
rec. runner
from bottom
Time
in mins.
150 – 170
–
160 – 170
160 – 170
150 – 170
150 – 170
1
1
1
1, 3
1, 2, 5
50 – 60
–
20 – 25
25 – 30
15 – 20
20 – 25
180 – 190
160 – 180
160 – 180
2
1
1
25 – 30
20 – 25
20 – 25
150 – 170
200 – 210
170
160 – 180
160
150 – 170
190 – 210
1
1, 3
1
2
1
1
1
20 – 25
20 – 25
30 – 35
60 – 115
20
55 – 75
25 – 35
150 – 170
160 – 180
190 – 210
170 – 190
170
1
1
1
1
1, 3
45 – 65
40 – 50
60 – 70
40 – 50
20 – 25
160 – 180
170 – 190
1, 3
1, 3
30 – 40
20 – 25
120 – 140
60 – 70
1, 2, 5
1
30 – 50
3 - 4 hrs
1) Pre-heat oven with "Conventional A" heat.
2) Pre-heat oven with "Fan Heat D" and "Conventional A" heat.
3) Do not switch on "Rapid heat-up Ä" during the heating up phase.
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Baking chart
Conventional heat A
Temperature
in °C
Recommended runner
height from bottom
Time
in mins.
160 – 180
150 – 130
160
180 – 200
1
1
2
2
50 – 60
100 – 140
105 – 120
12 – 15
190
180 – 200
190 – 210
2
1
1 or 2
25 – 30
15 – 20
15 – 20
180 – 200
200 – 210
170 – 180
160 – 180
180 – 200
230 – 250
1 or 2
1 or 3
1 or 2
2
1
1 or 2
15 – 20
20 – 25
30 – 35
60 – 115
55 – 75
25 – 35
200 – 220
200 – 220
170 – 190
190 – 210
210 – 230
190 – 210
170 – 190
1 or 2
2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
1 or 2
20 – 25
25 – 35
45 – 65
40 – 50
60 – 70
40 – 50
20 – 25
190 – 210
200 – 220
1 or 2
1 or 2
25 – 35
15 – 20
130 – 150
–
2
–
30 – 50
–
The information given in this chart is intended only as a guide. See the cook book supplied with
your oven for further details.
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Roasting
Roasting
We recommend the following settings
for roasting in the oven:
– Fan Heat D
– Conventional A
Fan Heat D
When roasting on the rack or in an
open dish, make sure the roasting
(grease) filter is fitted in front of the
fan in the back of the oven interior
before starting.
Open roasting:
Use shelf position 1 for roasting.
Exception: With Conventional A use
shelf position 2 when roasting poultry
weighing up to 1 kg, a cut of meat, or
fish.
The "Fan Heat D" system uses an approximately 20°C lower roasting temperature than the "Conventional" heating system.
For roasting directly on the rack K
the temperature needs to be about
20°C lower than for roasting in a
covered pot L.
When roasting on the rack place the
rack and anti-splash tray over the grill
pan / oven tray and push them in
together.
We recommend roasting in a
covered pot L:
– This ensures that sufficient stock remains for making gravy.
– The oven stays cleaner, too.
Roasting pots with a lid, made from
earthenware, cast iron, ovenproof china
or glass, and roasting foil are suitable.
Make sure that the pot and lid have
heat-resistant handles.
Place the covered pot on the rack into
a cold oven.
Exception: Pre-heat the oven to the temperature recommended in the recipe
when cooking roast beef or beef fillet.
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The roasting time will depend on the
type of meat, the size and thickness of
the cut.
Roasting
Calculating roasting time:
Roasting in a covered pot L
The traditional British method is to allow
15 to 20 minutes to the lb, according to
type of meat, plus approx. 20 minutes,
adjusting length of time as roasting proceeds, to obtain the required result.
Season the meat and place in the pot.
Add some knobs of butter or margarine
or a little oil or cooking fat. Add about
1/8 litre of water when roasting a big
lean joint of meat (2-3 kg) or roasting
poultry with a high fat content.
Alternatively, multiply the height of the
joint by the time per cm for the type of
meat, as in the chart.
Type of meat
Beef / Venison
Pork / Veal / Lamb
Roast beef / Fillet
time per cm
height of meat
15-18 mins.
12-15 mins.
8-10 mins.
Example:
Beef roast, 8 cm high
8 x 15 mins. per cm = 120 mins. roasting time
Roasting on the rack K
Place a little water in the tray. Add a
little fat or oil to very lean meat or place
a few strips of bacon on the top. Do not
add too much liquid to the tray during
cooking as this will hinder the browning
process. Baste during cooking.
Roasting poultry
For a crisp finish, baste the poultry ten
minutes before the end of cooking time
with slightly salted water.
Tips:
Do not select a roasting temperature
which is higher than that recommended. The meat will become brown,
but will not be cooked properly.
Roasting deep frozen meat
Deep frozen meat should be
thoroughly defrosted beforehand.
Browning only occurs towards the end
of the roasting time. Remove the lid
about halfway through the roasting time
if a more intensive browning effect is
desired.
After the roasting process is finished
take the roast out of the oven, wrap in
aluminium foil and leave to stand for
about 10 minutes.
This helps retain juices when the meat
is carved.
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Oven roasting chart
Oven roasting chart
Rec.
runner
from
bottom
Beef
apprx. 1 kg
Sirloin,
Steak 3)
Venison, game
Leg of pork
Rolled pork
Meat loaf
Veal
Shoulder of lamb
Poultry
apprx. 1 kg
apprx. 1 kg
apprx. 1 kg
apprx. 1 kg
apprx. 1 kg
apprx. 1 kg
apprx. 1.5 kg
0.8-1 kg
Fan Heat D1)
1
Temp. °C
in a pot
L2)
180-200
1 3)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 3)
190-210
180-200
170-190
170-190
170-190
170-190
170-190
170-190
Time
in mins
Conventional A
Time
in mins.
100-120
Temp. °C
in a pot
L2)
220-240
35-45
90-120
100-120
100-120
50-60
100-120
90-120
50-60
240-260
220-240
210-230
200-220
200-220
210-230
210-230
200-220
35-45
90-120
100-120
110-130
50-60
100-120
90-120
50-60
Poultry
apprx. 2 kg
1
170 – 190
90 – 110
200 – 220
Poultry with stuffing apprx. 2 kg
1
170 – 190
120 – 150
200 – 220
Poultry
apprx. 4 kg
1
160-180
150-180
190-210
Whole fish
apprx. 1.5 kg
1 3)
160-180
35-55
200-220
Unless otherwise stated, the times given are for an oven which has not been pre-heated.
100-120
90 – 110
120 – 150
150-180
35-55
1) Fit the grease filter in place when using "Fan Heat D".
2) When roasting on the rack K, set the temperature 20°C lower than given.
3) Pre-heat the oven when using "Fan Heat D" and "Conventional A".
4) 2nd runner from the bottom when using the "Conventional A" setting.
+
The information given in this chart is intended only as a guide. See the cook book
supplied with your oven for further details.
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Defrosting
Defrosting
You can also use the oven for defrosting.
To defrost select "Fan heat D" with a
temperature setting of up to a maximum of 50 °C.
For defrosting meat and delicate foods
do not set a temperature. The fan on
the rear wall will then circulate cool air
(at room temperature) around the oven.
Do not refreeze food once it has
thawed.
The time needed for defrosting depends on the type and weight of the
food, and at what temperature it was
deep frozen.
Please note:
– Where possible remove the packaging and put the food to be defrosted on a baking tray or into a
dish.
– All meat and poultry should be fully
defrosted before cooking. Do not
use the liquids from defrosting.
– When defrosting poultry put it on the
rack over the grill pan / oven tray to
catch the defrosted liquid, so that
the meat is not lying in this liquid.
It is particularly important to observe food hygiene rules when defrosting poultry. Do not use the liquid from the defrosted poultry. Pour
it away, and wash the tray, the sink
and your hands.
– Fish does not need to be fully defrosted before cooking. Defrost so
that the surface is sufficiently soft to
take herbs and seasoning.
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Cooking
Cooking
Casseroles
Please note:
When choosing which oven level to
use, take into account the size of the
dish with its lid. The following oven settings are recommended:
Cover dishes which are to be cooked
in their own juice and/or steam, e.g.
potatoes or vegetables, so that they do
not dry out. If there is no lid use aluminium foil or damp cooking parchment.
– Fan Heat D
– Conventional A
The following dishes are suitable for
this type of slower cooking:
covered pots made of ovenproof glass
and china, and earthenware pots,
which could also be used as serving
dishes. They should have heat-resistant
handles and knobs.
Put the rack in at the 1st runner
height from the bottom, and place
the prepared casserole with the food
for braising or stewing on this.
Select the oven setting and the temperature.
Fan Heat D . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170-190°C
Conventional A . . . . . . . . . . 190-210°C
Cooking times
Consult your cook book.
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Cook without a lid when a crusty finish or topping is required, eg for meat
or au gratin dishes.
Poaching
Fish or fruit can be poached in the
oven in a covered dish.
Bottling
Bottling should only be undertaken by
an experienced cook who has received
proper training in this method of preserving fruit and vegetables, and understands the implications of the chemical
reactions involved.
Cooking
Cooking ready made meals
The "Rapid heat-up Ä" function can
be used on its own for preparing ready
made meals such as pizza, pre-prepared lasagne, filled baguettes, etc.
However, when used on its own it is not
suitable for baking and conventional
cooking.
When preparing ready made meals
with this function only use one level of
the oven. If you wish to cook on more
than one level at the same time select
"Fan heat D" instead.
Observe recommended temperatures, cooking times and position in
the oven given on manufacturer’s
packaging.
You can also programme the oven to
end or delay the start of a cooking process automatically, see "Programming
cooking time automatically".
Bake any deep-frozen items such as
pizzas on baking paper on the rack
itself. Do not place them on the baking tray or in the grill pan/oven tray.
This could cause the metal to distort
to such an extent that it might be impossible to remove the pan from the
oven whilst it is still hot. This distortion would increase with subsequent
use.
Deep frozen foods such as oven
chips or potato croquettes can be
cooked on the baking tray or grill
pan/oven.
Turn the function selector to "Rapid
heat-up Ä".
Set the temperature you require.
The oven heating comes on.
When the indicator light above the
temperature selector goes out for the
first time, do not select another oven
function.
Place the dish in the pre-heated
oven.
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Grilling
Grilling
Pre-heat the grill for at least
5 minutes with the oven door shut.
Grilling on the rack
Grilling with the oven door shut
saves energy and minimizes
cooking smells.
The oven has two grill settings:
Grill n
For grilling thin cuts and for browning.
Assemble the grill pan, anti-splash
tray and rack as shown.
Fan Grill N
Place the food on the rack.
For grilling larger items, for example,
poultry, rolled meat.
Turn the oven function selector to the
required grill setting.
Put the roasting filter in front of the
fan grille in the back of the oven
when using this setting.
Preparing food for grilling
Clean, wipe and season.
Add a little oil if necessary. Other fats
quickly become black or cause the
food to smoke. A little butter can be
added to chicken if desired.
Clean flat fish and slices of fish in the
normal way. To enhance the taste add
a little salt or squeeze a little lemon
juice over the fish.
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Set the temperature:
Food to be grilled
Thin cuts
such as chops, steak
Thicker cuts
such as chicken, kebabs
temperature
max.
240°C
To grill thicker pieces of food more
gradually after an initial high temperature, continue grilling at a lower temperature setting to allow the food to
cook through to the centre.
Grilling
Pre-heat the grill for at least
5 minutes with the oven door shut.
Place the grill pan under the grill.
Make sure you insert the grill pan at the
appropriate level for the height of the
food to be grilled:
thin cuts = level 4 or 5
thicker cuts = level 3 or 4
Grilling time
Flat pieces of fish and meat usually
need about 5-6 minutes a side depending on their texture.
Thicker pieces need longer.
With rolled meat allow approx.
10 minutes per cm diameter.
Useful grilling hints
It is best to grill food of a similar thickness at the same time so that the grilling time for each item does not vary
too greatly.
Most items should be turned half way
through cooking.
One way of finding out how far through
a piece of meat has been cooked is to
press down on it with a spoon.
– If there is very little resistance to the
pressure of the spoon, it is still red
on the inside ("rare").
– If there is some resistance, the inside
will be pink ("medium").
– If there is great resistance, it is
thoroughly cooked through ("well
done").
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Grill chart
Grill chart
Pre-heat the grill for at least 5 minutes with the door shut before using.
Fan grill N 1)
Grill n
Food to be grilled
Runner
bottom
Temperature
in °C
Grilling
time
(mins) 2)
Temperature
in °C
Grilling
time
(mins) 2)
Flat items of food
Beef steaks
Kebabs
Chicken kebabs
Escalopes
Liver slices
4 or 5
3
3
4 or 5
4 or 5
max.
240
240
max.
max.
10 – 16
25 – 30
20 – 25
12 – 18
8 – 12
220
220
200 – 220
220
220
10 – 16
25 – 30
20 – 25
18 – 20
10 – 14
Burgers
Sausages
Fish fillet
Small trout/mackerel
Toast
Hawaii-toast
Tomatoes
Peach halves
4 or 5
4 or 5
4 or 5
4 or 5
4 or 5
4 or 5
4 or 5
2 or 3
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
max.
14 – 20
10 – 15
12 – 16
16 – 20
2–4
7–9
6–8
6–8
220
220
220
220
220
220
220
220
16 – 20
12 – 17
12 – 16
20 – 25
3–5
4–6
6–8
7 – 10
1) Fit the roasting filter when "Fan grilling".
2) Turn half way through the grilling time.
The information given in this chart is intended only as a guide. See the cook book supplied with your
oven for further details.
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Cleaning and care
Cleaning and care
Ceramic hob surface
Treat the surface of your ceramic hob
with the same care as any other glass
surface.
Never use scouring agents or pads,
or strong cleaners such as oven
sprays or stain removers, as these
could harm the surface.
There is a seal between the hob
frame and worktop and between the
frame and the ceramic plate. Do not
use any sharp pointed object, such
as a knife, to clean these seals as
they could become damaged.
Clean after each use
Any minor spills which have not
dried on can be wiped off with a
damp cloth or sponge. If washing up
liquid or a similar cleaner is used, light
blue staining might occur.
These stains can be removed with a
proprietary ceramic hob cleaning
agent, although it may take several applications.
For stubborn spillages use a shielded
blade scraper.
Then wipe with a damp cloth or
sponge.
Removing marks
Light marks with a metallic sheen
(aluminium deposits) on the hob surface can be removed once the hob has
cooled down by using a suitable proprietary cleaner.
Lime deposits (caused for example by
water boiling over, or damp pan bases)
can be removed with vinegar or a proprietary hob cleaner.
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Cleaning and care
Removal of sugar, or syrups, plastic
or aluminium foil
If such problems occur, switch off
the hob, but do not let it cool down.
Scrape the sugar or other residue
thoroughly from the hob with a
shielded blade scraper taking care
not to burn yourself.
When the hob is cool, clean with a proprietary cleaner.
Suitable cleaners
There are proprietary cleaners on the
market for cleaning ceramic hobs.
Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not apply to the hob when still
hot.
After applying the cleaner let it dry
and then rub it off using paper
kitchen towels.
Remove every trace of cleaner from
the hob with a damp cloth. It could
have an adverse effect on the hob
when heated up.
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Some cleaners incorporate a silicone
ingredient which acts as a protective
film on the hob. It makes the hob surface smoother and prevents water and
soiling adhering to the surface.
However, cooking at high temperatures
reduces the effect and the cleaner
needs to be reapplied for renewed effect.
By always cleaning the ceramic surface with one of these special cleaners
you will help to avoid the damage
caused by sugar and syrups and aluminium foil deposits.
Cleaning and care
Cleaning and care
Enclosed hotplates
Hotplates
Wipe off any spilt food with a damp
cloth after the hotplates have cooled
off. Use a plastic scouring pad if
necessary for stubborn spills.
Moisture or dirt must not penetrate
the hotplate interior.
The hotplates can be scoured, but not
the hotplate surround.
After cleaning switch on the damp
hotplates for a short time to dry out,
to avoid corrosion.
Occasional treatment with a thin film
of oil, or proprietary cleaner for solid
hotplates is recommended.
Hotplate surround
This can be cleaned with a suitable
stainless steel cleaner.
Hob trough
Do not use any knives, hard
brushes, scouring agents or pads
as these could scratch.
Never use cleaning agents containing abrasive substances such as
sand, soda, acids or chemical solvents as these could damage the
surface material.
Clean the hob with a hot water and
detergent solution, or with a suitable
non-abrasive proprietary cleaner for
stainless steel.
Regular cleaning with a small amount
of proprietary cleaner for stainless steel
will help protect the surface.
Remove any spills of food or water
containing salt as soon as possible,
as these could cause corrosion.
Where spills have dried on, soak for a
short time to make cleaning easier.
Do not use any cleaning agent with
a scouring effect.
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Cleaning and care
Cleaning and care
Appliance front and control
panel
Wipe down the appliance front and the
control panel with a mild cleaning
agent or a solution of hot water with a
little washing up liquid. Wipe dry with a
soft cloth.
Do not use abrasive cleaning
agents, sponges or brushes, as
these would scratch the surface.
White or coloured fronts
For ovens with a white or coloured finish we recommend after each use wiping:
– the oven door handle and
– the control panel
with a damp cloth and some washing
up liquid. This will help deter soiling
from sticking on and becoming difficult
to remove.
Stainless steel fronts
Never use cleaners containing
chlorides, sand, soda or scouring
agents. These will leave scratches
and damage the surface.
Apply a non-abrasive proprietary stainless steel cleaner sparingly and evenly
using a soft cloth following the manufacturer’s instructions.
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Accessories
Do not leave accessories in the
oven when not in use.
Roasting filter
Clean in a solution of hot water and a
little washing up liquid or in the dishwasher.
Note: some dishwasher detergents
may cause the surface of the metal filter to discolour. This discolouration will
not affect the functioning of the filter in
any way.
Baking tray, grill pan / oven tray, rack
and side supports.
The surfaces of these have been
treated with PerfectClean enamelling.
They should be cleaned in the same
way as other surfaces with PerfectClean enamelling. See "PerfectClean".
Cleaning and care
PerfectClean
Before using for the first time
remove any stickers from PerfectClean surfaces.
The enamelled surfaces of the oven interior, baking tray, grill pan / oven tray,
rack and side supports have been
treated with a new type of enamelling
called "PerfectClean".
This surface has very good anti-stick
properties which is much easier to
keep clean than conventional oven enamel.
Normal soiling
Clean as soon as possible after each
use with a dishcloth, soft sponge (e.g.
the Vileda sponge as supplied with the
oven) or a soft nylon brush, and a solution of hot water and a little washing up
liquid.
Stubborn soiling
Stubborn soiling e.g. from roasting may
need to be soaked first with a damp
sponge to loosen it and if necessary a
scraper suitable for glass surfaces can
be used to remove it.
Food can be taken off it more easily
and soiling from baking and roasting is
easier to remove.
After cleaning rinse thoroughly with
clean water. The water must run off the
surface easily. Any residual cleaning
agents will hinder this effect.
The following notes on cleaning and
care should ensure that the anti-stick
and easy clean properties of PerfectClean last for many years.
Using oven sprays on very stubborn
soiling
PerfectClean surfaces can be treated
as you would treat glass. If you are unsure whether a particular cleaning product is suitable for PerfectClean consider whether you could clean a
window pane with the product without
damaging it.
Food can be sliced or cut up on the
PerfectClean surface in the same way
as on a baking tray with conventional
enamel.
Allow the oven and any accessories
to cool down before cleaning.
Danger of burning!
Some oven cleaners contain strong
alkalines and / or abrasive
materials. Because the enamel is
designed to be easily cleaned the
use of these cleaners is not recommended.
However if you still cannot get the
surface clean, an oven cleaner can
be used.
Do not attempt to use on a hot oven
or accessories. Allow the PerfectClean surfaces to cool down to
room temperature before applying
oven sprays!
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Cleaning and care
Remove the catalytic back panel
and roof panels before using oven
sprays. The chemicals used in oven
sprays will damage catalytic enamel rendering it ineffective.
Apply a spray oven cleaner to the
soiled areas. Leave to take effect for a
couple of minutes only!
If necessary use a soft sponge (e.g.
the Vileda sponge as supplied with the
oven), soft nylon brush or a scraper
suitable for glass surfaces to loosen
the soiling.
Repeat the process if necessary.
After cleaning rinse thoroughly with
clean water and then dry thoroughly.
Important
For optimum performance of the PerfectClean enamel it is important to
clean the oven and accessories after
each use.
The surfaces will become harder to
clean and the anti-stick properties will
deteriorate if soiling is not removed
after each use and allowed to build-up.
In extreme cases cleaning may even
become impossible.
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The following cause lasting damage
to the surface structure and reduce
the anti-stick effect and must not be
used on PerfectClean surfaces:
– abrasive cleaning agents
– cleaning agents for ceramic hobs
– wire wool or metal scourers
– pot scourers
– oven cleaning pads
– sponges and cloths which have
previously been used with
abrasive cleaning agents.
– oven spray must not be used in a
hot oven or left on for too long.
– items coated with PerfectClean
enamelling must not be cleaned
in a dishwasher.
Note
Soiling such as spilt juices and cake
mixtures are best removed whilst the
oven or tray is still warm. Exercise caution, make sure the oven is not hot danger of burning!
Spilt fruit juices may cause lasting discolouration of the surfaces and roasting can cause matt areas to appear.
Clean these following the instructions
given above and do not try and use
force to remove them! This discolouration is permanent but will not affect
the efficiency of the enamel.
Cleaning and care
Cleaning and Care
Catalytic enamel surfaces
Cleaning by hand
The removable back panel and roof
liner are coated with a dark grey catalytic enamel.
Allow the oven to cool down before
cleaning. Danger of burning!
During fan operated cooking circulating air in the oven deposits oil and fat
splashes predominantly on the back
panel of the oven. These splashes are
burnt off when the temperature of the
oven reaches over 200°C during baking or roasting. The higher the temperature the more effective the process.
Catalytic enamelled panels should
be cleaned using a solution of hot
water with a little washing up liquid
applied with a soft nylon brush.
The oven and accessories should be
cleaned after each use. Otherwise further baking and roasting will cause the
deposits to bake on even harder and
cleaning may become difficult and in
extreme cases impossible.
Do not use abrasive cleaning
agents, hard brushes, scouring
pads or cloths, steel wool, knives or
other abrasive materials and do not
use oven spray on catalytic enamel
as the chemicals used in oven
sprays will damage catalytic enamel rendering it ineffective.
If using oven sprays on PerfectClean oven surfaces the catalytic
back panel and roof panel must first
be removed from the oven.
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Cleaning and care
Catalytic cleaning process
Before cleaning the catalytic panels
using high temperatures, make sure
that all PerfectClean surfaces have
been cleaned as previously described. Otherwise, the high temperatures can cause deposits to
become baked on to the PerfectClean surfaces and become impossible to remove.
If, after manual cleaning, the oven is
still heavily soiled, heating it to a high
temperature will help remove further
soiling caused by oil and grease
splashes from the catalytic surfaces.
Note that deposits of spices, syrups
and similar substances are not
removed by this process. These should
be removed while fresh by hand with a
mild solution of hot water and washing
up liquid applied with a soft brush.
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To clean at high temperatures:
Turn the oven selector to
Fan heat D.
Turn the temperature selector to the
highest setting.
Run the oven for approx. 1 hour. The
length of time will depend on the
level of soiling.
It is a good idea to set the finish time
for the process using the timer. This
way you will not forget to switch the
oven off at the end.
Any remaining soiling will gradually disappear with each subsequent use of
the oven at high temperatures.
Should the catalytic enamelling on
the back panel or the roof liner
become ineffective through improper use or heavy soiling, a replacement can be obtained from
your Miele dealer or the Miele Spare
Parts dept.
Cleaning and care
Cleaning and care
To make cleaning easier you can
– remove the oven door,
– take out the runners,
– take out the rear wall,
– lower the top heating element.
To remove the oven door
Please note: the oven door is heavy.
It should be gripped firmly at the
sides when being removed or refitted.
Open the door fully.
Lift the door upwards until it rests
partially open, as shown, then lift upwards to remove. In this position the
hinges are prevented from closing.
Make sure that the door is lifted out
equally on both sides.
Push down the locking clamps on
each door hinge.
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Cleaning and care
To re-fit the oven door
To remove the runners
Make sure the oven heating elements are switched off and cool to
avoid the danger of being burnt.
Pull on the fixing knob to release it.
Carefully locate the door over the
hinge guides.
Make sure that the door goes back
on straight.
Open the door fully.
Flip the locking clamps back up
again.
It is essential that the locking
clamps are flipped up when the
door is re-fitted after cleaning.
Otherwise on closing the door it
could work itself loose from the
hinge guides and this could result
in damage to the door.
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Take the runners out of the oven.
Reassemble in the reverse order, carefully ensuring all parts are correctly in
place.
Cleaning and care
To remove the catalytic side panels
(depending on model)
When reassembling the catalytic side
panels, ensure they sit correctly.
Make sure the oven heating elements are switched off and cool to
avoid the danger of being burnt.
Take out the runners.
Gently lift and pull out the catalytic
side panels.
Reassemble in the reverse order, carefully ensuring all parts are correctly in
place.
Ease the back lug into the opening
in the rear wall panel.
Lift the front locating hole on to the
guide pin behind the collar.
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Cleaning and care
To remove the back panel
Loosen the screws in the back panel
and take it out.
The oven must not be used without
the back panel fitted. This could
lead to injuries.
Reassemble in the reverse order, carefully ensuring all parts are correctly in
place.
Put the runners back into place.
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Cleaning and care
To lower the upper heating element
If the roof liner is dirty it can also be
removed for cleaning:
The oven heating elements must be
switched off and cool to avoid the
danger of being burnt.
Take out the runners.
Hold the roof liner firmly and unscrew the knurled knob.
Take out the roof liner.
Unscrew the locking nut from the element to release it.
Reassemble in the reverse order, carefully ensuring all parts are correctly in
place.
Gently lower the element.
Do not use force to lower it, as this
could cause damage.
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Correcting minor faults
Correcting minor faults
Installation, maintenance and repairs to the electrical components
of this appliance should only be carried out by a suitably qualified and
competent person in accordance
with local and national safety regulations. Repairs and other work by unqualified persons could be dangerous. The manufacturer cannot
be held responsible for unauthorised work.
. . . the heating works, but not the
oven lighting.
The bulb needs changing:
Disconnect the appliance from the
electricity supply:
Switch off at the isolator or the mains
fuse box.
Some minor problems however can be
dealt with as follows:
What to do if . . .
. . . the hob cooking zones / hotplates do not warm up after being
switched on.
Check whether,
the mains fuse has blown. Contact a
qualified electrician or the Miele Service Department.
. . . the oven does not heat up.
Check whether,
the selector switch is set to the function required, and the temperature
control is set at the correct temperature.
"AUTO" is lit up in the timer display
field.
To switch on the oven independently
of the timer, "@" should show in
the display. Press the "i" button.
the mains fuse has blown. Contact a
qualified electrician or the Miele Service Department.
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Unscrew the light cover and the seal.
Change the bulb:
230-240°V, 25 W, E 14, heat
resistant to 300°C.
Screw the light cover and the seal
back on again.
Reassemble in the reverse order, carefully ensuring all parts are correctly in
place.
Correcting minor faults
. . . a noise can be heard after baking, roasting or grilling.
. . . cakes or biscuits are unevenly
browned.
This is not a fault.
The cooling fan continues to run for a
short time after the oven has been
switched off to prevent any humidity
building up in the oven, on the control
panel or in the oven housing unit. When
the temperature has fallen sufficiently
the fan switches off automatically.
The temperature will fall faster when the
oven door is opened partially or fully.
There will always be a slight unevenness. Product information sheets give a
percentage result for standard browning tests. These refer to results for one
tray.
. . . cakes and biscuits are not
cooked after following the times
given in the chart.
Check whether,
the correct temperature was set.
there has been a change to the
recipe. The addition of more liquid or
more eggs makes a moister mix
which would need longer to cook.
The roasting filter had been left in
place in front of the fan when cooking with "Fan Heat D": In this case
baking times might be lengthened
by 10 to 15 minutes.
If the item being baked is browning
very unevenly, check:
– when baking with "Fan Heat D":
whether the temperature was set too
high,
whether the roasting filter was in
place.
whether the correct runner height
was used.
– when baking with "Conventional A" heating:
the colour and composition of the
baking tins being used. Light coloured, shiny, or thin walled tins are
less suitable.
whether the correct runner height
was used.
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Correcting minor faults
. . . spots like rust appear on catalytic surfaces.
. . . "0· 00" appears when the audible
tone is switched off.
When roasting on the rack, the circulating air sometimes picks up spices,
which are then deposited on the oven
interior walls. Such residues are not
removed by catalytic cleaning, they are
best removed while fresh with a mild
washing up liquid solution and a soft
brush.
This is not a fault.
The time of day will shortly reappear in
the display field.
. . . there has been a power failure,
and instead of the time of day "0· 00"
and "AUTO" flash in the display.
All pre-set times are deleted as a result
of the power failure.
Enter the time of day again, and any
other pre-set data.
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. . . "AUTO" flashes in the timer display.
This might signal a data entry mistake,
– for example entering conflicting
times.
– if the time of day is changed while a
start and finish time have been preset.
– when the audible tone is switched off
by pressing the "g" and ")" buttons.
Correcting minor faults
. . . condensate has worked its way
in between the glass panes of the
oven door.
The oven door has seals on all sides to
protect it.
Always remove the oven door before
dismantling it.
Depending on model the oven door is
fitted wth two or three glass panes.
If, however, condensate has worked its
way in between the glass panes, the
door can be dismantled in order to
clean in between the panes.
Do not use scouring agents, hard
sponges or brushes to clean the
glass panes. These could damage
the surface.
Do not use an oven spray. This
would damage the surface of the
aluminium surrounds.
Ensure that the glass panes are inserted the correct way round after
cleaning as each side of the pane
has a different coating. The sides
facing into the oven interior have a
heat reflective coating.
Loosen the screws with a Torx screwdriver then remove the guides and
the trim with the seal.
To avoid the risk of breakage, it is
advisable to place the door on a
table protected by a soft cloth (e.g
a tea towel) with the handle towards
the edge of table so that the pane is
supported evenly.
Once removed handle the panes extremely carefully to avoid the risk of
breakage.
Gently lift the inner pane up and
remove. See illustration.
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Correcting minor faults
On oven doors with three panes the
middle pane can also be taken out.
Clean the glass pane and other
parts and then put the oven door
back together again.
Pull the pane forwards to remove.
Take care when doing this to prevent
loosening the sealing strips which are
fixed to the top end of the pane on the
right and left near the guides. These
sealing strips prevent the pane slipping
when it is in its frame.
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Push the middle pane (where present) into the frame almost to the end.
The material (M-) number printed on
the pane must be legible in the bottom right hand corner (see illustration). Fit the sealing strip into position, then push the pane in as far as
it will go.
Correcting minor faults
Fit the side seals for the inner pane
in the grooves provided.
Fit the trim with the seal in front of
the glass panes.
Make sure that the seal is sitting correctly to prevent any steam penetrating inside the door.
Insert the inner pane with the printed
text facing downwards.
Be careful that the side seals do not
slip and that the pane is pushed in
as far as possible.
Put the guides back in position, then
tighten the screws in the trim.
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After sales service
After sales service
In the event of faults which you cannot
easily remedy yourself, please contact:
– your Miele Dealer
or
– the nearest Miele Service Department, (see address on the back
page).
When contacting the Service dept,
please quote the Model and Serial number of your appliance, both of which
are shown on the data plate, visible
below the oven interior, with the oven
door open.
If you have an oven and hob combination also give the number of your hob.
Please note that telephone calls
may be monitored and recorded to
improve our service.
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Extra accessories
Extra accessories
The following accessories may come
as standard with some models. They
are available at extra cost from your
Dealer or the Miele Spare Parts dept.
Deep sided Universal oven dish
Telescopic carriage
The deep sided universal oven dish
can be placed in the oven directly on
the runners. It has non-tip safety notches like the oven tray to prevent it
being pulled out too far.
It has a special protective anti-stick
coating.
The telescopic carriage with 5 levels of
runners can be drawn right out of the
oven. This gives a good overview of all
the cooking in progress.
Pizza pan
This circular pan is suitable for cooking
pizzas, flat cakes made with yeast or
whisked mixtures, sweet and savoury
tarts, baked desserts, and can also be
used for deep frozen cakes and pizzas.
It is available either 22 or 35 cm deep.
A lid is available separately.
Catalytic side panels
When this catalytic enamel is heated to
temperatures above 200ºC, oil and
grease deposits are removed. It does
not remove deposits of spices, syrups
and similar substances. The higher the
temperature the more effective the process.
Catalytic coated side panels can be
fitted in the sides of the oven. When ordering please state the model number
of your oven and whether it is fitted with
side runners or a telescopic carriage. If
they are to be fitted in an oven with PerfectClean enamelling in the sides of the
oven the runners will also need replacing.
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Electrical connection UK, IRL, ZA
Electrical connection UK, IRL, ZA
All electrical work should be undertaken by a suitably qualified and
competent person in strict accordance with national and local safety
regulations.
Installation, repairs and other work
by unqualified persons could be
dangerous. The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for unauthorised work.
Ensure power is not supplied to the
appliance while installation or repair
work is being carried out.
The voltage, rated load and fusing
are given on the data plate, visible
below the oven interior, with the oven
door open. Ensure that these match the
household mains supply. Please quote
these data, and the model and serial
number when contacting the Miele Service dept.
Connection of this appliance should be
made either via a fused connection unit
(rated load under 3000 W), or via a suitable isolator (rated load over 3000 W),
which complies with national and local
safety regulations, and the on/off switch
should be easily accessible after the
appliance has been built in.
If the socket is not accessible after installation (depending on country) an additional means of disconnection must
be provided for all poles.
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For extra safety it is advisable to install
a residual current device with a trip current of 30 mA (in accordance with DIN
VDE 0664, VDE 0100 Section 739).
When switched off there must be an allpole contact gap of 3 mm in the isolator switch (including switch, fuses and
relays acc. to EN 60 335).
Connection diagram
Electrical connection UK, IRL, ZA
Important U.K.
This appliance is supplied with a 3core cable for connection to a single
phase 230-240 V 50 Hz supply.
The wires are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Green/yellow
Blue
Brown
= earth
= neutral
= live
In other countries check these details
with your supplier.
WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED
Oven with integrated hob controls
"E" model
This is not available in all countries.
For some countries the version of the
oven with integral hob controls is supplied for connection to a 3N ~ 400 V
power supply.
Any adaptations must on be carried out
in consultation with the relevant Miele
Service Dept.
Possible combinations:
Miele built-in ovens may only be combined with hobs as specified by Miele
for use with that oven.
Contact your Miele Dealer for further
information on suitable combinations.
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Electrical connection UK, IRL, ZA
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The voltage and rated load are given
on the data plate, visible when the
oven door is open. Please ensure that
these match the household mains supply.
Data relating to electrical connection
will be found on the data plate, visible
when the oven door is open. Make sure
that these figures comply with the main
voltage. Connection should be made
via a suitable isolator which complies
with national and local regulations.
Wall oven
The appliance is supplied with a 3-core
cable for connection to a 230-240 volt
50 Hz supply.
The fuse rating is 13 amps for the "B"model.
The wires are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Green/yellow
= earth
Blue
= neutral
Brown
= live
WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED.
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Wall oven
The appliance is supplied with a 3-core
cable for connection to a 230-240 volt
50 Hz supply.
The fuse rating is 15 amps for the "B"model.
The wires are coloured in accordance
with the following code:
Green/yellow
= earth
Blue
= neutral
Brown
= live
WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE
EARTHED.
Installation - Ceramic hobs
Installation - Ceramic hobs
When installing a hob there may be a
wall at the back and a wall or tall unit at
one side. On the other side there must
not be a unit or wall which stands
higher than the hob.
Because of the heat given off, there
must be a minimum distance as follows:
– 50 mm between the worktop
cut-out and adjacent furniture,
e. g. tall unit.
– 50 mm between the back wall
and the worktop cut-out.
– Maintain the safety distance
between the hob and a cooker
hood above it as recommended
by the manufacturer. Where no
figures are given, e.g. for a pot or
utensil hanging rail, the safety
distance must be at least
760 m for inflammable objects.
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Installation - Ceramic hobs
KM 213, KM 215
*Space for fixing and cable
Prepare the worktop cut-out as illustrated.
1
2
3
4
5
1
2
4
Loosen the screws f.
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This could cause difficulties or even
damage should the hob ever need to
be taken out for servicing. The rubber edge b under the top part of the
hob provides a sufficient seal for the
worktop d.
Set the ceramic hob c in the cut-out
and centre it.
(The Miele inscription must be
legible at the front).
3
b Sealing strip
c Hob
d Worktop
e Clamp
f Screw
Under no circumstances should
sealant find its way between the
frame of the top part of the hob and
the worktop.
5
Turn the clamps outwards e and
tighten the screws f.
Check that the hob unit c fits tightly
on to the worktop.
Installation - Ceramic hobs
KM 227, KM 228
* Space for fixing and cable
Prepare the worktop cut-out as illustrated.
Lay the spring clamps supplied b
on the top edge of the cut-out in the
positions indicated and secure with
2 screws each.
With granite worktops, the spring
clamps must be positioned and secured with strong double-sided adhesive tape. In addition coat the edges
of the spring clamps with silicone. The
screws are not necessary for granite
worktops.
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Installation - Ceramic hobs
Under no circumstances should
sealant find its way between the
hob frame and the worktop.
This could cause difficulties if the hob
ever needs to be taken out for servicing, (possibly leading to damage to
the frame and worktop). The sealing
strip under the edge of the top part
of the hob provides a sufficient seal
for the worktop.
Lightly position the hob. (The "Miele"
logo must be visible at the front).
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Use both hands to press down on
each side of the hob until it clicks
into place.
When doing this take care that the
seal around the hob is lying on the
surface of the worktop on all sides.
This is important to ensure an effective seal on all sides.
The hob can now only be removed
with a special tool.
Installation - Hobs with enclosed hotplates
Installation - Hobs with enclosed hotplates
When installing a hob there may be a
Building-in KM 200
wall at the back and a wall or tall unit at
one side. On the other side there must
not be a unit or wall which stands
higher than the hob.
* building-in height
Prepare the worktop cut-out as
illustrated.
1
Because of the heat given off, there
must be a minimum distance as follows:
– 50 mm between the worktop
cut-out and adjacent furniture,
e. g. tall unit.
– 50 mm between the back wall
and the worktop cut-out.
– Maintain the safety distance
between the hob and a cooker
hood above it as recommended
the manufacturer. Where no
figures are given, e.g. for a pot
or utensil hanging rail, the safety
distance must be at least 760 mm
for inflammable objects.
2
3
4
5
b Sealing ring
c Hob
d Worktop
e Clamps
f Screw
Loosen the screws f.
Set the hob unit c into the cut-out
and centre it.
Turn the screws f to the right, until
the clamps e are firmly attached to
the worktop d.
Check that the hob unit c fits tightly
on to the worktop.
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Installing the cooker
Installing the cooker
Turn off the mains electricity supply
to the isolator.
Follow connection diagram supplied with the cooker.
Connect cooker cable to isolator.
Align the cooker in front of the base
unit.
Connect the hob plug to the socket
on the cooker.
Push the appliance into the oven
base unit as far as the oven trim and
align.
If an interim shelf is fitted beneath
the oven, a cut-out is required as
close to the unit back wall / the wall
as possible to ensure that there is
sufficient ventilation for the appliance.
The shape of the cut-out is not
important, as long as cut-out
measures at least 150 cm2.
Then open the oven door and screw
the oven to the side panels of the
base unit through the two holes, one
on each side of the oven trim.
The appliance must only be operated when it has been built in.
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Installing the oven
Installing the oven
If the oven is to be built into a base
unit, a cut-out is required in the interim shelf as close as possible to
the wall or unit back panel to ensure
that there is sufficient ventilation for
the appliance.
The shape of the cut-out is not important, as long as cut-out
measures at least 150 cm2 (see
also "Installing the cooker").
Turn off the mains electricity supply
to the isolator.
Connect the oven to the electricity
supply by the isolator.
Place the oven into the oven housing
unit as far as the oven trim and align.
Open the oven door and using two
screws secure the oven to the side
walls of the housing unit through the
holes in the oven trim.
The appliance must only be operated when it has been built in.
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