Bosch HBC34D554B Instruction manual

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Combination steam oven HBC34D.54.
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Care and cleaning .................................................................... 15
Cleaning agents ............................................................................... 15
Cleaning aid...................................................................................... 16
Descaling .......................................................................................... 17
Removing and fitting the appliance door.................................... 18
Cleaning the door panels............................................................... 18
Cleaning the rails ............................................................................. 19
Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 19
Replacing the cooking compartment bulb ................................. 20
Changing the door seal.................................................................. 21
After-sales service ................................................................... 21
E number and FD number ............................................................. 21
Environmental protection........................................................ 21
Environmental protection ............................................................... 21
Tips for saving energy .................................................................... 21
Tables and tips ......................................................................... 22
Steam ................................................................................................. 22
Hot air ................................................................................................ 22
Combination ..................................................................................... 22
Vegetables ........................................................................................ 22
Side dishes and pulses .................................................................. 23
Poultry and meat.............................................................................. 24
Fish ..................................................................................................... 25
Bakes, additional soup ingredients, etc. ..................................... 26
Dessert, compote ............................................................................ 26
Cakes and pastries ......................................................................... 26
Reheating food................................................................................. 28
Defrosting .......................................................................................... 28
Proving dough .................................................................................. 29
Juicing................................................................................................ 29
Preserving ......................................................................................... 29
Frozen products ............................................................................... 29
Test dishes................................................................................ 30
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Important safety information..................................................... 4
Causes of damage .............................................................................5
Your new appliance .................................................................... 6
Control panel .......................................................................................6
Operating modes ................................................................................6
Automatic calibration .........................................................................7
Your accessories ........................................................................ 7
Accessories .........................................................................................7
Inserting accessories .........................................................................7
Cooking compartment .......................................................................7
Optional accessories .........................................................................8
Before using for the first time ................................................... 8
Setting the clock .................................................................................8
Setting the water hardness range ...................................................8
Before first use ....................................................................................8
Cleaning the accessories before use .............................................8
Operating the appliance ............................................................ 9
Filling the water tank ..........................................................................9
Switching on the appliance...............................................................9
Switching off the appliance...............................................................9
After each use .................................................................................. 10
Time-setting options ................................................................ 10
Setting the timer ............................................................................... 10
Setting the cooking time................................................................. 10
Setting a later end time .................................................................. 11
Setting the clock .............................................................................. 11
Automatic programmes ........................................................... 11
Setting a programme ...................................................................... 11
Notes about the programmes ....................................................... 12
Programme table ............................................................................. 13
Childproof lock ......................................................................... 14
Activating the childproof lock ........................................................ 14
Deactivating the childproof lock ................................................... 14
Basic settings ........................................................................... 14
Automatic safety cut-out ......................................................... 15
Produktinfo
Additional information on products, accessories, replacement
parts and services can be found at www.bosch-home.com and
in the online shop www.bosch-eshop.com
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: Important safety information
A draught is created when the appliance
door is opened. Greaseproof paper may
come into contact with the heating
element and catch fire. Do not place
greaseproof paper loosely over
accessories during preheating. Always
weight down the greaseproof paper with a
dish or a baking tin. Only cover the
surface required with greaseproof paper.
Greaseproof paper must not protrude over
the accessories.
Risk of burns!
■ The appliance becomes very hot. Never
touch the interior surfaces of the cooking
compartment or the heating elements.
Always allow the appliance to cool down.
Keep children at a safe distance.
■ Accessories and ovenware become very
hot. Always use oven gloves to remove
accessories or ovenware from the cooking
compartment.
■ Alcoholic vapours may catch fire in the hot
cooking compartment. Never prepare food
containing large quantities of drinks with a
high alcohol content. Only use small
quantities of drinks with a high alcohol
content. Open the appliance door with
care.
■ Hot steam may escape during operation.
Do not touch the ventilation openings.
Keep children away.
Risk of scalding!
■ The accessible parts become hot during
operation. Never touch the hot parts. Keep
children at a safe distance.
■ Water in a hot cooking compartment may
create hot steam. Never pour water into
the hot cooking compartment.
■ When you open the appliance door, hot
steam can escape. Steam may not be
visible, depending on its temperature.
When opening, do not stand too close to
the appliance. Open the appliance door
carefully. Keep children away.
■ The water in the evaporator dish is still hot
even after the appliance has been
switched off. Do not empty the evaporator
dish immediately after switching off the
appliance. Allow the appliance to cool
down before cleaning it.
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Read these instructions carefully. Only then
will you be able to operate your appliance
safely and correctly. Retain the instruction
manual and installation instructions for
future use or for subsequent owners.
This appliance is only intended to be fully
fitted in a kitchen. Observe the special
installation instructions.
Check the appliance for damage after
unpacking it. Do not connect the appliance
if it has been damaged in transport.
Only a licensed professional may connect
appliances without plugs. Damage caused
by incorrect connection is not covered
under warranty.
This appliance is intended for domestic use
only. The appliance must only be used for
the preparation of food and drink. The
appliance must be supervised during
operation. Only use this appliance indoors.
This appliance may be used by children
over the age of 8 years old and by persons
with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capacity or by persons with a lack of
experience or knowledge if they are
supervised or are instructed by a person
responsible for their safety how to use the
appliance safely and have understood the
associated hazards.
Children must not play with the appliance.
Children must not clean the appliance or
carry out general maintenance unless they
are at least 8 years old and are being
supervised.
Keep children below the age of 8 years old
at a safe distance from the appliance and
power cable.
Always slide accessories into the cooking
compartment correctly. See "Description of
accessories in the instruction manual.
Risk of fire!
■ Combustible items stored in the cooking
compartment may catch fire. Never store
combustible items in the cooking
compartment. Never open the appliance
door if there is smoke inside. Switch off
the appliance and unplug it from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in
the fuse box.
Ris k of fire!
Risk o f b urn s!
Risk o f s cald ing!
Risk o f s cald ing!
Risk o f s cald ing!
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Causes of damage
Caution!
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Do not use ovenware that shows signs of rust. Even the
smallest spots of rust can lead to corrosion in the cooking
compartment.
When steaming with a perforated cooking container, always
insert the baking tray or the solid cooking container
underneath. Dripping liquid is caught.
Do not store moist food in the closed cooking compartment
for long periods. It can lead to corrosion in the cooking
compartment.
Fruit juice may leave stains in the cooking compartment.
Always remove fruit juice immediately and wipe the cooking
compartment with a moist and dry cloth.
If the door seal is very dirty, the appliance door will no longer
close properly during operation. The fronts of adjacent units
could be damaged. Always keep the door seal clean and
replace when necessary.
Do not place anything on the open appliance door. The
appliance could be damaged.
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Ovenware must be heat and steam resistant. Silicone baking
tins are not suitable for combined operation with steam.
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Risk of inju ry and risk of fire!
Aluminium foil in the cooking compartment must not come
into contact with the door panel. This could cause permanent
discolouration of the door panel.
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Do not place anything on the cooking compartment floor. Do
not cover it with aluminium foil. A build-up of heat could
damage the appliance.
The cooking compartment floor and the evaporator dish must
always be kept clear. Always place ovenware in a perforated
cooking container or on a wire rack.
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Hot liquid may spill over the sides of
cooking containers when they are
removed from the cooking compartment.
Remove hot cooking containers with care
and always wear oven gloves.
Risk of injury!
■ Scratched glass in the appliance door
may develop into a crack. Do not use a
glass scraper, or sharp or abrasive
cleaning aids or detergents.
■ Flammable liquids can catch fire in the
cooking compartment when it is hot
(explosion). Do not fill the water tank with
any flammable fluids (e.g. alcoholic
drinks). Only fill the water tank with water
or with the descaling solution that is
recommended by us.
Risk of electric shock!
■ Incorrect repairs are dangerous. Repairs
may only be carried out by one of our
trained after-sales engineers. If the
appliance is faulty, unplug the mains plug
or switch off the fuse in the fuse box.
Contact the after-sales service.
■ The cable insulation on electrical
appliances may melt when touching hot
parts of the appliance. Never bring
electrical appliance cables into contact
with hot parts of the appliance.
■ Penetrating moisture may cause an
electric shock. Do not use any highpressure cleaners or steam cleaners.
■ When replacing the cooking compartment
bulb, the bulb socket contacts are live.
Before replacing the bulb, unplug the
appliance from the mains or switch off the
circuit breaker in the fuse box.
■ A defective appliance may cause electric
shock. Never switch on a defective
appliance. Unplug the appliance from the
mains or switch off the circuit breaker in
the fuse box. Contact the after-sales
service.
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Do not carry or hold the appliance by the door handle. The
door handle cannot support the weight of the appliance, and
could break.
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The cooking compartment in your appliance is made of high
grade stainless steel. Improper care can lead to corrosion in
the cooking compartment. Refer to the care and cleaning
instructions in the instruction manual. Remove food residues
from the cooking compartment as soon as the appliance has
cooled.
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Your new appliance
In this section, you will find information on
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the control panel
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the types of heating
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automatic calibration
Control panel
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Switches the appliance on and off
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Control element
Press briefly: Selects time-setting options (see section: Time-setting options)
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Press and hold when the appliance is off: Selects the basic settings
(see section: Basic settings)
Selects the weight of the food for a programme (see section: Automatic programmes)
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Switches childproof lock on and off (see section: Childproof lock)
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Changes the values for clock, cooking time, weight etc.
Temperature selector
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Selects a temperature
Start/Pause button
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Press briefly: starts or interrupts (Pause)cooking
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Operating modes
knobs. Simply push the appropriate control knob to pop it in or
out.
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Pop-out control knob
The operating mode and temperature selectors are pop-out
You can use the operating mode selector to set your appliance
for various different applications.
Operating mode
Used for
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Hot air
30 - 230 °C
For moist cakes, sponges and pot roasts.
A fan in the back wall of the oven distributes the heat evenly inside the cooking
compartment.
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Steam
35 - 100 °C
For vegetables, fish, side dishes, for juicing fruit and for blanching.
For proving dough (at 35 °C).
The food is completely surrounded by steam.
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Combination
120 - 230 °C
For meat, bakes, and pastries.
Hot air and steam are combined.
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Reheat
100 - 180 °C
For plated meals and baked items.
Cooked food is gently reheated. The steam ensures that the food does not dry
out.
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Cleaning aid
Makes cleaning the cooking compartment easier (see section: Cleaning aid)
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Descaling
For descaling the water system and the evaporator dish
(see section: Descaling)
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Automatic programmes
Selects a programme (see section: Automatic programmes)
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Automatic calibration
calibration process is carried out again during the next cooking
operation.
The boiling temperature of water depends on the air pressure.
During calibration, the appliance is adapted to the pressure
conditions in the location where it is installed. This happens
automatically when you first use the appliance (see section:
First use). More steam develops than usual.
After moving house
So that the appliance automatically adjusts itself to its new
location, you must reset the appliance to the factory settings
(see section: Basic settings) and repeat the initial start-up
process (see section: First use).
It is important that the appliance steams without interruption for
20 minutes at 100 °C. Do not open the appliance door during
this time.
After a power cut
The appliance saves the calibration settings even in the event
of a power cut or disconnection from the mains. Recalibration
is not necessary.
If the appliance was not able to calibrate itself automatically (for
example, because the appliance door was opened), the
Your accessories
When inserting the wire rack, check
The accessories supplied with your appliance are suitable for
making many dishes. Ensure that you always insert the
accessories into the cooking compartment the right way round.
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Accessories
that the lug (a) is pointing downwards
that the safety lug on the wire rack is at the back and facing
upwards.
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from the after-sales service. They are specially designed for
your appliance.
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Wire rack
For ovenware, cakes and ovenproof
dishes, and for roasting
When inserting the cooking container, ensure that the lug (a) is
facing downwards.
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Cooking container, perforated,
GN Y, 40 mm deep
For steaming vegetables, juicing
berries and defrosting
Cooking container, solid, GN Y,
40 mm deep
For cooking rice, pulses and
cereals
Cooking container, perforated,
GN Z, 40 mm deep
for the steaming of whole fish or
large quantities of vegetables, for
juicing berries, etc.
Cooking container, solid, GN Z,
28 mm deep (baking tray)
For baking tray bakes and for
catching dripping liquid during
steaming
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Your appliance is equipped with the following accessories:
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You can buy accessories from the after-sales service, from
specialist retailers or online.
Note: The cooking containers may warp during and after
cooking. This is caused by the considerable temperature
differences acting on the accessories. It may occur if only a
part of the accessory is occupied with food or if you place
frozen items, such as pizza, on the accessory. Once
accessories cool down again, they regain their original shape.
This does not affect their function.
Inserting accessories
The accessories are equipped with a locking function. The
locking function prevents the accessories from tilting when they
are pulled out. The accessories must be inserted into the
cooking compartment correctly for the tilt protection to work
properly.
Cooking compartment
The cooking compartment has four shelf positions. The shelf
positions are counted from the bottom up.
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Accessories
Order no.
Cooking container, solid, GN Z, 28 mm
deep (baking tray)
HEZ36D452
Cooking container, solid, GN Y , 40 mm
deep
HEZ36D153
Cooking container, perforated, GN Y,
40 mm deep
HEZ36D153G
Porcelain cooking container, solid, GN Z
HEZ36D353P
Optional accessories
Porcelain cooking container, solid, GN Y
HEZ36D153P
You can obtain further accessories from specialist retailers:
Grease filter
HEZ36DF
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Do not place anything on the cooking compartment floor. Do
not cover it with aluminium foil. A build-up of heat could
damage the appliance.
The cooking compartment floor and the evaporator dish must
always be kept clear. Always place ovenware in a perforated
cooking container or on a wire rack.
Do not slide any accessories between the shelf positions, or
they may tip.
Accessories
Order no.
Cooking container, solid, GN Z, 40 mm
deep
HEZ36D453
Cooking container, perforated, GN Z,
40 mm deep
HEZ36D453G
Wire rack
HEZ36DR4
Roasting set
HEZ36DB4
Cleaning sponge
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Descaler
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Honeycomb microfibre cloth
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Setting the water hardness range
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Starting the appliance for the first time
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Cleaning the accessories before use
Setting the clock
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2-medium
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The time ‚ƒ:‹‹ is shown in the display.
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After the power has been connected, the0 symbol and ‹‹:‹‹
light up in the display. Set the clock.
1. Press the 0 button.
2. Use the @ or A button to set the clock.
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After a few seconds, the time which has been set is adopted.
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Setting the water hardness range
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Descale your appliance regularly. This is the only way to
prevent damage.
Your appliance automatically displays when it needs descaling.
It has been preset to water hardness range "medium". Change
the value if your water is softer or harder.
You can check the water hardness with the test strips supplied
or ask your water supplier.
If your water is very hard, we recommend that you use softened
water.
You can only dispense with descaling completely if you
exclusively use softened water. If this is the case, change the
water hardness to "softened".
You can change the water hardness range in the basic settings
when the appliance is switched off.
1. If required, turn the operating mode selector to Û to switch off
the appliance.
2. Press and hold the 0 button until ™‹ „ appears in the
display.
3. Press the 0 button repeatedly until ™† ƒ appears
(“medium” water hardness range).
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In this section you will find out which steps are required before
using the appliance for the first time:
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Before using for the first time
5. Press and hold the0 button to exit basic settings.
The change is saved.
Before first use
Before first use, heat the empty appliance for 20 minutes at
100 °C using è Steam. Do not open the appliance door
during this time. The appliance is automatically calibrated (see
section: Automatic calibration).
1. Fill and insert the water tank (see section: Filling the water
tank).
Before using for the first time, moisten the seal in the tank
cover with a little water.
2. Turn the operating mode selector to è Steam.
3. Turn the temperature selector to 100 °C.
4. Press the n button.
The appliance heats up to 100 °C. The cooking time
(20 minutes) does not start to count down until the set
temperature has been reached. Do not open the appliance
door during this time.
The cooking operation ends automatically and an audible
signal sounds.
5. To switch off the appliance, turn the operating mode and
temperature selectors to Û.
Leave the appliance door ajar until the appliance has cooled
down.
Cleaning the accessories before use
Using soapy water and a soft cloth, clean the accessories
thoroughly before first use.
Operating the appliance
In this section, you can read about
1. Turn the operating mode selector to the required operating
mode.
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how to fill the water tank
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how to switch the appliance on and off
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what to note after each cooking operation
2. Turn the temperature selector to set the temperature.
Filling the water tank
When you open the appliance door, you will see the water tank
on the right-hand side.
Caution!
Use of unsuitable liquids may damage the appliance
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Only use fresh tap water, softened water or uncarbonated
mineral water.
If your tap water is very hard, we recommend that you use
softened water.
Do not use distilled water, highly chlorinated tap water
(> 40 mg/l) or other liquids.
Temperature range Default cooking
time
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30 - 230 °C
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35 - 100 °C
20 minutes
å Combination
120 - 230 °C
30 minutes
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100 - 180 °C
10 minutes
For operating modes involving steam, you must now set a
cooking time (see also section: Time-setting options). A
default cooking time then appears in the display.
3. Press 0repeatedly until the brackets are around the r
Cooking time.
4. Use the @ or A button to set the cooking time.
You can obtain information about your tap water from your
water supplier. The water hardness can be checked with the
test strips enclosed.
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5. Press the n button to start cooking.
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The appliance heats up.
The t symbol lights up until the set temperature has been
reached and each time the temperature rises.
In the è Steam operating mode, the cooking time does not
start counting down until the heating-up time has finished.
Fill the water tank before each use:
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1. Open the appliance door and take out the water tank (fig. A).
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2. Fill the water tank with cold water up to the “max” mark (fig.
B).
If the cooking operation does not start, but an audible signal
sounds, you have set a temperature outside of the possible
temperature range. Check the temperature range for the
operating mode.
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Changing the temperature
You can change the temperature at any time. To do this, turn
the temperature selector.
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4. Slide in the water tank all the way (fig. C).
If you set a temperature that lies outside the possible
temperature range, the cooking operation is interrupted
(Pause).
Pause
Briefly press the n button to interrupt cooking (pause). The
cooling fan may continue running. Press the n button to start.
If you open the appliance door during cooking, operation is
interrupted. Close the appliance door and press the n button
to restart.
If you have switched on the basic setting "Continue operation
after closing door", restarting is not required (see section: Basic
settings).
Display Ë
If the water tank is empty, a signal sounds and the Ë symbol
(Fill water tank) appears. Cooking is interrupted.
1. Open the appliance door carefully.
Hot steam will escape.
2. Remove the water tank, fill up to the "max" mark and slide the
The tank must be flush with the water tank recess (fig. D).
Switching on the appliance
: Risk of scalding!
When you open the appliance door and remove the cooking
containers, hot food may squirt out because the cooking
containers may have warped. When opening, do not stand too
close to the appliance. Open the appliance door carefully.
Remove the cooking container carefully. Keep children away.
Note: Always use the cooking container and wire rack in their
standard position (not the other way up).
tank back in.
3. Press the n button.
Switching off the appliance
: Risk of scalding!
Hot steam may escape when the appliance door is opened.
Open the appliance door carefully during or after cooking.
When opening the door, do not lean over it. Ensure that,
depending on the temperature, steam is not visible.
Press and hold the n button to end cooking. If you have set a
cooking time, cooking is ended automatically. An audible signal
sounds. Press the 0 button to stop the audible signal.
To switch off the appliance, turn the operating mode and
temperature selectors back to Û .
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The cooling fan may continue to run when you open the
appliance door.
Drying the cooking compartment
After each use
The water in the evaporator dish may still be hot. Allow it to cool
before wiping.
: Risk of scalding!
Emptying the water tank.
1. Leave the appliance door ajar until the appliance has cooled
1. Open the appliance door carefully.
down.
Hot steam will escape.
2. Once it has cooled down, wipe out the cooking compartment
2. Remove and clean the water tank.
3. Thoroughly dry the seal in the tank cover and the tank recess
in the appliance.
Caution!
Do not dry the water tank in the hot cooking compartment. This
will damage the water tank.
and the evaporator dish with the enclosed cleaning sponge
and dry well with a soft cloth.
3. Remove food residues from the cooking compartment as
soon as the appliance has cooled. Burnt-on remains will be
much harder to remove later.
4. Wipe kitchen units or handles if condensation has formed on
them.
Time-setting options
1. Press 0 repeatedly until the brackets are around the r
Cooking time.
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Your appliance has many different time-setting options. You can
use the0 button to access the menu and switch between the
individual options.
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Checking the time-setting option
Press the 0 button repeatedly until the brackets are around
the appropriate symbol. The display shows the value for a few
seconds.
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A time-setting function which has already been set can be
changed directly with the @ or A button, when its time symbol
is in brackets.
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All the time symbols are lit during the time when you can make
settings. The [ ] brackets show you which time-setting function
you have currently selected.
The time symbols light up. ‹‹:‹‹ appears in the display.
Setting the timer
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You can use the timer as a kitchen timer. It runs independently
of the cooking operation. The timer has its own signal. In this
way, you can tell whether it is the timer or a cooking time which
has elapsed.
Default value for the @ button = 30 minutes
Default value for the A button = 10 minutes
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1. Press the 0 button.
2. Use the @ or A button to set the cooking time.
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The time symbols in the display light up, the brackets are
around U.
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2. Use the @ or A button to set the timer.
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Default value for the @ button = 10 minutes
Default value for the A button = 5 minutes
After a few seconds, the timer duration set is adopted. The
timer starts. The [U ] symbol for the timer appears, and the
time starts counting down.
Changing the timer duration
Use the @ or A button to change the timer duration. After a few
seconds, the change is adopted.
Once the timer duration has elapsed
An audible signal sounds. ‹‹:‹‹ appears in the display.
Switch the timer off with the 0 button.
Cancelling the timer duration
Use the A button to set the timer duration to ‹‹:‹‹. After a
few seconds, the change is adopted.
Setting the cooking time
If you set the cooking time for your dish, the operation will end
automatically after this time. The appliance stops heating.
For operating modes involving steam, you must always set a
cooking time.
Example in the picture: cooking time of 45 minutes.
Prerequisite: An operating mode and temperature have been
set.
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3. Press the n button.
The appliance heats up. The cooking time starts counting
down in the display. The [r] symbol lights up.
In the è Steam operating mode, the cooking time does not
start counting down until the heating-up time has finished.
Changing the cooking time
Use the @ or A button to change the cooking time. If the timer
has been set, first press the 0 button.
After a few seconds, the change is adopted.
The cooking time has elapsed
An audible signal sounds. The appliance stops heating. Press
the 0 button to stop the audible signal. To switch off the
appliance, turn the operating mode and temperature selectors
back to the Û position. Open the appliance door carefully. Hot
steam will escape.
Cancelling the cooking time
Use the A button to set the cooking time to ‹‹:‹‹. After a few
seconds, the change is adopted. If the timer has been set, first
press the 0 button.
Setting a later end time
5. Press the n button.
The appliance switches to standby. The [p] end time is
shown in the display. Cooking starts at the right time. The
cooking time starts counting down in the display.
You can delay the time at which you wish your dish to be ready.
The appliance starts automatically and is ready at the desired
time. You can, for example, put your dish in the cooking
compartment in the morning and set the cooking time so that it
is ready at lunch time.
Changing the end time
Use the @ or A button to change the end time. If the timer has
been set, first press the 0 button repeatedly until the [p] end
time appears.
After a few seconds, the change is adopted. Do not change the
end time if the cooking time has already started to elapse. The
cooking result would no longer be correct.
Ensure that food is not left in the cooking compartment for too
long as it may spoil.
For some programmes it is not possible to change the end
time.
In the è Steam operating mode, the cooking time does not
start counting down until the heating-up time has finished. The
selected end time is delayed by the length of the heating-up
time.
The cooking time has elapsed
An audible signal sounds. The appliance stops heating. Press
the 0 button to stop the audible signal. To switch off the
appliance, turn the operating mode and temperature selectors
back to the Û position. Open the appliance door carefully. Hot
steam will escape.
Example in the picture:
it is 10:30, the dish will take 45 minutes to cook but should be
ready at 12:30.
Cancelling the end time
Use theA button to set the end time back to the current time. If
the timer has been set, first press the 0 button repeatedly until
the [r] cooking time appears.
After a few seconds, the change is adopted. The selected
cooking time starts counting down straight away.
Prerequisites:
An operating mode and temperature have been set.
1. Press 0 repeatedly until the brackets are around the r
Cooking time.
2. Use the@ orA button to set the cooking time.
Setting the clock
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Example: changing from summer to winter time.
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No other time-setting function should be set.
1. Press the 0 repeatedly until the [0] Clock symbol appears.
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2. Use the@ orA button to set the clock.
After a few seconds, the time which has been set is adopted.
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After a power cut
After a power cut, the 0 and ‹‹:‹‹ symbols light up in the
display. Press the 0 button. Use the@ orA button to set the
clock. After a few seconds, the time which has been set is
adopted.
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Hiding the clock
You can hide the clock. It is then only visible when the
appliance is in operation (see section: Basic settings).
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The brackets are around p (End time). The time when the
dish will be ready is displayed.
Automatic programmes
You can prepare food really easily with 40 different
programmes.
2. Use the @ or A button to set the programme.
In this section, you will find out
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how to set one of the automatic programmes
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hints and tips on the programmes
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which programmes you can set
Setting a programme
Select the appropriate programme from the programme table.
Follow the instructions for the programmes.
1. Turn the operating mode selector to `.
The first programme ˜ ‚ appears in the display.
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3. Press the f button.
Slow-cooked leg of lamb P 19
Sear the meat well beforehand.
A default weight appears in the display.
For some programmes, you do not have to enter a weight. If
this is the case, ‹:‹‹ kg appears.
Steaming fish P 21 ­ P 22
When preparing fish, grease the perforated cooking container.
4. Use the @ or A button to set the weight of the food.
Do not place whole fish or fish fillets on top of each other. Enter
the weight of the heaviest fish and choose pieces as similar in
size as possible.
Baking plaited loaf P 24
Allow the yeast dough to prove in the combination steam oven
for half an hour using Steam at 40 °C.
Preparing rice pudding P 25
Weigh the rice and add 2.5 times the amount of milk. Ensure
the level of rice and milk in the accessory is no higher than
2.5 cm. Stir after cooking. The remaining milk is quickly
absorbed.
Preparing yoghurt P 26
Heat the milk to 90 °C on the hob. Then leave to cool to 40 °C.
If you are using UHT milk, you do not need to heat it.
5. Press the n button.
The programme cooking time counts down in the display.
Stir in one to two teaspoons of natural yoghurt per 100 ml milk,
or the corresponding amount of yoghurt culture into the milk.
Pour the mixture into clean jars and seal them.
Setting a later end time
You can delay the end time for some programmes. The
programme will be started later and finish at the desired time
(see Section: Time-setting options).
After preparation, leave the glasses to cool in the refrigerator.
Baking bread P 27 ­ P 28
The programmes are designed for baking loaves of bread
without a tin. The dough should not be too soft. Score the
dough several times with a sharp knife to a depth of approx.
1 cm before baking.
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Cancelling the programme
Turn the operating mode selector back to Û.
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End of the programme
An audible signal sounds. Cooking has finished. To switch off
the appliance, turn the operating mode selector back to Û.
Baking bread rolls P 29
The rolls should all be the same weight. Enter the weight of an
individual bread roll.
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Defrosting P 35 ­ P 37
When freezing, lay the food as flat as possible and in portionsized pieces at -18 °C. Do not freeze excessively large
quantities. Once defrosted, food will not keep for as long and
spoils more quickly than fresh food.
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Hot steam may escape when the appliance door is opened.
Open the appliance door carefully during or after cooking.
When opening the door, do not lean over it. Ensure that,
depending on the temperature, steam is not visible.
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: Risk of scalding!
Notes about the programmes
The cooking result can vary according to the size and quality of
the food.
Leave the food to defrost in the freezer bag, on a plate or on
the perforated cooking container. Always insert the baking tray
underneath. The food is then not left lying in the defrost water
and the cooking compartment remains clean.
Ovenware
Use the suggested ovenware. All meals have been tested using
this ovenware. The cooking result may change if you use
different ovenware.
If necessary, the meal can occasionally be split apart or pieces
which have already defrosted can be removed from the
appliance.
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All programmes are designed for cooking on one level.
All defrost programmes apply to raw food.
After defrosting, allow the food to stand for a further 515 minutes to come up to room temperature.
Amount/weight
Do not fill the food more than 4 cm deep in the accessories.
: Health risk!
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When cooking in the perforated cooking container, also insert
the solid cooking container at level 1. Dripping liquid is caught.
The automatic programmes require the weight of the food. With
individual pieces, always enter the weight of the largest piece.
The total weight must be within the specified weight range.
Cooking time
After the programme is started, the cooking time is displayed. It
may change during the first 10 minutes, as the heating-up time
depends, among other things, on the temperature of the food
and the water.
Preparing vegetables P1 ­ P8
Do not season vegetables until after cooking.
Preparing rice P9 - P 10
Weigh the rice and add to the water in a ratio of 1:1.5. Enter the
weight excluding liquid. Stir the rice after cooking. The
remaining water is quickly absorbed.
When defrosting food from animal sources, you must remove
the liquid that escapes during defrosting. It must never come
into contact with other food. Bacteria could be transferred. After
defrosting, operate the combination steam oven for 15 minutes
using Hot air at 180 °C.
Defrosting fish fillets (P 35): Never place the fish fillets on top of
each other.
Defrosting whole poultry (P 36): Remove the packaging before
defrosting. Leave the poultry to stand after defrosting. With
large poultry (e.g. small turkeys), you can remove the giblets
after approximately 30 minutes standing time.
Disinfecting bottles P 38
Always clean the bottles with a bottle brush immediately after
drinking. Then clean them in the dishwasher.
Cooking poultry P 11 ­ P 13
Do not place chicken breasts or chicken portions on top of
each other in the ovenware. The chicken portions can be
marinated beforehand.
Place the bottles in the perforated cooking container so that
they do not touch one another.
Slow cooking sirloin P 15
With sirloin, it is recommended that you use a thick piece. Sear
the meat well beforehand.
Preserving P 39
This programme is suitable for fruits with a stone and core and
for vegetables (except beans).
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Dry the bottles with a clean cloth after sterilising. The process
corresponds to normal sterilisation by boiling.
Blanch pumpkin before preserving.
each other. Size M corresponds to a unit weight of approx.
50 g.
The programme is designed for 1 litre jars.
After the end of the programme, open the appliance door to
prevent cooking from continuing. Leave the jars to cool down
for a few minutes in the cooking compartment.
Programme table
This section contains all your combination steam oven
programmes. Follow the instructions for the programmes.
Cooking eggs P 40
Pierce the eggs before cooking. Do not place eggs on top of
Programme
Notes
Accessories
Level
Steam cauliflower florets
florets of equal size
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜ ƒ*
Steam broccoli florets
florets of equal size
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜ „*
Steam green beans
-
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜ …*
Steam sliced carrots
slices, approx. 3 mm thick
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜ †*
Steam white asparagus
-
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
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Steam frozen mixed vegetables
-
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜ ˆ*
Boiled potatoes
medium-sized, quartered,
weight per piece 30 - 40 g
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜ ‰*
Unpeeled boiled potatoes
medium-sized, dia. 4 - 5 cm
˜Š
Long grain rice
max. 0.75 kg
˜‚‹
Basmati rice
max. 0.75 kg
solid cooking container
2
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Fresh chicken
total weight 0.7 - 1.5 kg
wire rack + baking tray
2
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Fresh chicken portions
0.04 - 0.35 kg each
wire rack + baking tray
2
˜‚„
Steam fresh chicken breast
Total weight 0.2 - -1.5 kg
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
1 - 1.5 kg
baking tray
2
total weight 1 - 2 kg
baking tray
2
1 - 2 kg
wire rack + baking tray
2
1 - 2 kg
wire rack + baking tray
2
0.8 - 2 kg
wire rack + baking tray
2
1 - 2 kg
baking tray
2
2
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˜‚ˆ* Stuffed breast of veal
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˜‚‰* Fresh joint of pork (neck), boned
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Slow cook fresh sirloin (medium)
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
solid cooking container
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˜‚…* Fresh pot roast joints
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˜ ‚*
2
Fresh leg of lamb, boned, slow cook
(medium)
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Meat loaf made from fresh minced meat Total weight 0.5 - 2 kg
baking tray
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Steam whole, fresh fish
0.3 - 2 kg
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜ƒƒ
Steam fresh fish fillet
max. 2.5 cm thick
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜ƒ„
Blue mussels
-
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜ƒ…
Plaited loaf
0.6 - 1.8 kg
baking tray + greaseproof
paper
2
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Rice pudding
-
baking tray
2
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Yogurt in glass jars
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jars +
perforated cooking container
2
˜ƒˆ* Bake multigrain bread
0.6 - 2 kg
baking tray + greaseproof
paper
2
˜ƒ‰* Bake rye bread
0.6 - 2 kg
baking tray + greaseproof
paper
2
˜ƒŠ* Bake fresh bread rolls
Weight per piece 0.05 ­ 0.1 kg
baking tray + greaseproof
paper
2
˜„‹* Reheat 1 portion
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wire rack
2
-
baking tray
2
˜„‚*
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Reheat side dishes
* You can delay the end time for this programme
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Programme
Notes
Accessories
Level
˜„ƒ* Reheat cooked vegetables
-
baking tray
2
˜„„* Reheat cooked pizza (thin base)
-
wire rack + baking tray
3
˜„…* Reheat cooked pizza (deep-pan base)
-
wire rack + baking tray
3
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Defrost fish fillet
max. 2.5 cm thick
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜„‡
Defrost whole poultry
max. 1.5 kg
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜„ˆ
Defrost berries
-
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
-
perforated cooking container
in 1 litre jars
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
Eggs, size M, max. 1 kg
perforated cooking container + 3
baking tray
1
˜„‰* Disinfect bottles
˜„Š
Preserving
˜…‹* Soft-boiled eggs
2
* You can delay the end time for this programme
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Childproof lock
The appliance has a childproof lock to prevent children
switching it on accidentally or changing a setting.
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Even with the childproof lock activated, you can switch the
appliance off, set the timer and switch off the audible signal
using the % button or pressing and holding the n button.
Press and hold the D button until the symbol goes out. You
can make settings again.
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The control panel is locked.
Deactivating the childproof lock
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Press and hold the D button for approx. 4 seconds until the
D symbol appears.
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Activating the childproof lock
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Basic settings
2. Press and hold the 0 button until ™‹ „ (display brightness =
If you want to cancel all the changes, you can restore the
factory settings.
4. Press the A or @ button to change the basic setting.
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Your appliance has various basic settings, which are preset at
the factory. You can, however, change these basic settings as
required.
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the appliance.
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1. If required, turn the operating mode selector to Û to switch off
bright) appears in the display.
3. Press the 0 button until the desired basic setting appears.
5. Press and hold the0 button to exit basic settings.
The change is saved.
You can change the following basic settings:
Basic setting
Function
Possible settings
™‹ „
Display brightness
™‹ ‚ = dark
™‹ ƒ = medium
™‹ „ = bright
™‚ ƒ
Signal duration:
Sets the length of the audible signal at the end of an operation
™‚ ‚ = short (10 seconds)
™‚ ƒ = medium (2 minutes)
™‚ „ = long (5 minutes)
™ƒ ‚
Displays the clock when the appliance is off
™ƒ ‹ = off
™ƒ ‚ = on
™„ ‚
Continues after the door is closed. The operation does not
™„ ‹ = off
go back to the beginning when the appliance door is opened ™„ ‚ = on
™… ƒ
Time until changes are automatically saved
™… ‚ = short (2 seconds)
™… ƒ = medium (5 seconds)
™… „ = long (10 seconds)
™† ƒ
Sets the water hardness range for the descaling indicator
™†
™†
™†
™†
™†
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ƒ
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…
=
=
=
=
=
softened
soft (I)
medium (II)
hard (III)
very hard (IV)
Basic setting
Function
Possible settings
™‡ ‹
Steam cooking heat signal:
™‡ ‹ = off
™‡ ‚ = on
™ˆ ‹
Restores the appliance to the factory settings:
™ˆ ‹ = do not restore
™ˆ ‚= restore
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all changes to the basic settings are cleared
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Automatic calibration is carried out again
Automatic safety cut-out
If you do not change the settings on your appliance for several
hours, the automatic safety switch-off function will be activated.
”‰ appears in the display.
Press any button to deactivate the automatic safety switch-off.
You can now make new settings.
Care and cleaning
In this section, you will find information on
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the cleaning aid
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descaling
Caution!
Risk of surface damage: If descaler or the oven and grill
cleaning gel comes into contact with the front of the appliance
or other sensitive surfaces, wash it off immediately with water.
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care and cleaning of your appliance
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Remove food residues from the cooking compartment as soon
as the appliance has cooled. Burnt-on remains will be much
harder to remove later.
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: Risk of short circuit!
Salts are very corrosive and can cause rust. Remove remains
of acidic sauces (ketchup, mustard) or salted food from the
cooking compartment immediately after cooling.
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Caution!
Do not use hard scouring pads or cleaning sponges.
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Risk of surface damage: Do not use
■ harsh or abrasive cleaning agents
■ oven cleaners
■ corrosive or aggressive cleaners, or those containing
chlorine
■ cleaning agents with a high alcohol content
For heavy soiling use the cleaning aid (see section: Cleaning
aid).
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Do not use high-pressure cleaners or steam jet cleaners to
clean your appliance.
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Cleaning agents
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If such an agent comes into contact with the front of the
appliance, wash it off immediately with water.
Use soapy water and dry with a soft cloth.
Mild window cleaning agent - wipe the aluminium front horizontally and without applying pressure using a soft window cloth or a lint-free microfibre cloth.
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Appliance exterior (with aluminium front)
Appliance exterior (with stainless steel
front)
Use soapy water and dry with a soft cloth.
Always remove flecks of limescale, grease, starch and albumin (e.g. egg white) immediately. Special stainless steel cleaning agents can be obtained from the after-sales
service or from specialist retailers.
Cooking compartment interior with evapo- Hot, soapy water or a vinegar solution ­ use the enclosed cleaning sponge or a soft
rator dish
washing-up brush.
Caution!
The cooking compartment could rust.: Do not use steel pads or scourers.
If the cooking compartment contains heavy deposits of dirt, use only the oven and grill
cleaning gel recommended by the after-sales service (ordering no. 463 582, also
available online in the eShop). Follow the manufacturer's instructions. Other oven
cleaners could damage the appliance.
The cooking compartment light and the seals around the door, light and evaporator
dish must not come into contact with the gel. Allow the gel to act for at least 12 hours
and do not switch on the appliance during this time. Then rinse out the cooking compartment thoroughly with water (e.g. with a spray bottle) to remove all gel residues.
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Grease filter
Remove the grease filter on the back wall of the cooking compartment by lifting it off
upwards and clean it with hot soapy water or in the dishwasher. Clean the grease filter
every time heavy dirt deposits have been left behind after cooking
: Risk of injury!
You could hurt yourself on the grease filter hooks. Always clean the grease filter with
care. Always place the grease filter in the dishwater so that the hooks for fixing it in place
are facing downwards.
Water tank
Soapy water - do not clean in the dishwasher.
Water tank recess
Rub dry after every use
Seal in the water tank lid
Thoroughly dry after every use
Rails
See section: Cleaning the rails
Door panels
See section: Cleaning the door panels
Caution!
Surface damage: After cleaning, wipe the door panels with glass cleaner, then dry. Otherwise, stains will appear which it will not be possible to remove.
Door seal
Hot soapy water
Accessories
Soak in hot soapy water. Clean with a washing-up brush or sponge or in the dishwasher.
Clean stains caused by starchy food (e.g.rice) with a vinegar solution
3. Press the n button.
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Cleaning sponge
The cleaning aid starts running. The light in the cooking
compartment remains switched off.
Emptying the evaporator dish and wiping out the appliance
An audible signal sounds after approx. 30 minutes. The É
(Empty evaporator dish) and [r] ‹‹:…‹ min symbols appear.
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Wash the cleaning sponge thoroughly before using for the first
time. You can wash the cleaning sponge in the washing
machine (hot wash).
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The enclosed cleaning sponge is very absorbent. Use the
cleaning sponge only for cleaning the cooking compartment
and for removing residual water from the evaporator dish.
2. Take the rails out of the cooking compartment and clean
them (see section: Cleaning the rails).
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The honeycomb microfibre cloth is particularly suitable for
cleaning sensitive surfaces such as glass, glass ceramic,
stainless steel or aluminium (product no. 460 770, also
available from our online eShop). It removes liquid and greasy
deposits in one go.
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1. Open the appliance door.
Microfibre cloth
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Roasting set
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If possible, use the roasting set when roasting (ordering
no. HEZ36DB4, also available online in the eShop). This
considerably reduces the amount of spatter from the roast and
therefore the amount of soiling in the cooking compartment.
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Cleaning aid
3. Wipe out all loosened food residues from the cooking
compartment and the evaporator dish using a soft washingup brush and the cleaning sponge.
4. If required, fill the water tank with water and reinsert it.
5. Close the appliance door.
1st rinse
Press the n button.
The appliance starts rinsing.
Empty evaporator dish
After 20 seconds, É (Empty evaporator dish) and [r] ‹:ƒ‹
appear.
The cleaning process consists of:
1. Open the appliance door.
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The cleaning aid loosens dirt in the cooking compartment using
steam. It can then be removed easily.
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Cleaning (approx. 30 minutes), then empty the evaporator
dish and wipe out the appliance
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1st rinse (20 seconds), then empty the evaporator dish
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2nd rinse (20 seconds), then remove the remaining water
All three steps must be completed in full. The appliance is
ready for operation again only after the 2nd rinse.
2. Thoroughly rinse out the cleaning sponge.
3. Remove the remaining water from the evaporator dish using
the cleaning sponge.
4. Close the appliance door.
2nd rinse
Preparation
Press the n button.
The appliance starts rinsing.
Allow the cooking compartment to cool down and remove the
accessories. Clean the evaporator dish with the enclosed
cleaning sponge.
Removing the remaining water
Put a drop of washing-up liquid into the evaporator dish on the
cooking compartment floor.
Starting the cleaning aid
1. Turn the operating mode selector to È Cleaning aid.
2. Fill the water tank with water up to the "max" mark and slide it
in.
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After 20 seconds, É (Empty evaporator dish) and ‹‹:‹‹
appear in the display.
1. Open the appliance door.
2. Remove the remaining water from the evaporator dish using
the cleaning sponge.
3. Wipe out the cooking compartment using the cleaning
3. Remove the descaling solution from the evaporator dish
4. To switch off the appliance, turn the operating mode selector
4. Close the appliance door.
sponge and then dry with a soft cloth.
using the cleaning sponge supplied.
back to Û.
1st rinse
The cleaning aid has finished.
Press the n button.
The appliance starts rinsing.
Cancelling the cleaning aid
Note: After cancelling the cleaning aid, the appliance must be
rinsed twice. The appliance is locked for other applications until
the second rinsing operation is complete.
Empty evaporator dish
After 20 seconds, É (Empty evaporator dish) and [r] ‹:ƒ‹
appear.
1. Press and hold the n button in order to cancel the cleaning
1. Open the appliance door.
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[r] ‹‹:…‹ min appears in the display.
To ensure that no washing-up liquid remains in the appliance,
it must be rinsed twice after a cancellation.
2. Thoroughly rinse out the cleaning sponge.
3. Remove the remaining water from the evaporator dish using
the cleaning sponge.
2. Press the n button.
4. Close the appliance door.
The Ésymbol (Empty evaporator dish) appears.
2nd rinse
Now proceed as described in the section “Emptying the
evaporator dish and wiping out the appliance”.
Press the n button.
The appliance starts rinsing.
Descaling
Removing the remaining water
The appliance must be descaled at regular intervals in order for
it to continue operating correctly. The Ê indicator reminds you
to do this.
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After 20 seconds, É (Empty evaporator dish) and ‹‹:‹‹
appear.
1. Open the appliance door.
You can only dispense with descaling completely if you
exclusively use softened water.
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2. Remove the remaining water from the evaporator dish using
the cleaning sponge.
The descaling operation consists of:
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3. Wipe out the cooking compartment using the cleaning
Descale (approx. 30 minutes), then refill the water tank and
empty the evaporator dish
1st rinse (20 seconds), then empty the evaporator dish
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2nd rinse (20 seconds), then remove the remaining water
4. To switch off the appliance, turn the operating mode selector
back to Û.
Descaling is complete.
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sponge and then dry with a soft cloth.
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Cancelling the descaling
Descaler
Note: After cancelling, the appliance must be rinsed twice. The
appliance is locked for other applications until the second
rinsing operation is complete.
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All three steps must be completed in full. The appliance is
ready for operation again only after the 2nd rinse.
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Only use the liquid descaler recommended by the after-sales
service for descaling (product no. 311 138, also available
online from the eShop). Other descalers may damage the
appliance.
1. Prepare a descaling solution by mixing 300 ml water and
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60 ml liquid descaler.
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Caution!
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2. Empty the water tank and fill with descaling solution.
1. Press and hold the nbutton to cancel the descaling
process.
[r] ‹‹:…‹ min appears in the display.
To ensure that no descaling solution remains in the
appliance, it must be rinsed twice after a cancellation.
2. Press the n button.
The Ë symbol (Fill water tank) appears.
Risk of surface damage: If descaler comes into contact with the
front of the appliance or any other sensitive surfaces, wash it off
immediately with water.
Now proceed as described in the "Emptying the evaporator
dish and refilling the water tank" section.
Starting descaling
You can also use the r Descale operating mode if you do not
wish to descale the whole appliance, but only the evaporator
dish in the cooking compartment.
The cooking compartment must have cooled down completely.
1. Turn the operating mode selector to r Descale.
2. Slide in the water tank containing the descaling solution and
close the appliance door.
3. Press the n button.
The descaling process starts. The light in the cooking
compartment remains switched off.
Descaling the evaporator dish only
The only difference is as follows:
1. Prepare a descaling solution by mixing 100 ml water and
20 ml liquid descaler.
2. Completely fill the evaporator dish with descaling solution.
3. Fill the water tank with water only.
Emptying the evaporator dish and refilling the water tank
4. Start the r Descale operating mode as described.
An audible signal sounds after approx. 30 minutes. The Ë
symbol (Fill water tank) and [r] ‹‹:…‹ min are displayed.
You can also descale the evaporator dish manually.
1. Open the appliance door.
2. Rinse the water tank thoroughly, fill with water and reinsert.
The Ésymbol (Empty evaporator dish) appears.
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Removing and fitting the appliance door
Removing the door panel
You can remove the appliance door to clean it more
thoroughly.
Note: Before removing, make a note of the orientation in which
the door panel is fitted, so that it is not refitted the wrong way
round.
: Risk of injury!
The hinges of the appliance door may snap shut with great
force. Always open the hinge locking lever fully when removing
the appliance door and close it fully after refitting. Do not reach
into the hinge.
: Risk of injury!
1. Unhook the appliance door and lay it on a soft, clean surface
with the front side facing downwards (see section: Removing
and installing the appliance door).
2. Unscrew the cover at the top left and right of the appliance
door and detach it (figure A).
3. Lift the door panel and remove it (figure B).
If the appliance door has only been unhinged on one side, do
not reach into the hinge. The hinge can snap back with great
force. Call the after­sales service.
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Removing the appliance door
1. Open the appliance door fully.
2. Fold out the locking levers on the left and right fully (figure A).
The hinges are secured and cannot snap closed.
3. Close the appliance door until you feel some resistance.
Removing the intermediate panel
4. With both hands, grip the door on the left and right-hand side,
Before removing, make a note of the position in which the
intermediate panel is fitted, so that you do not refit it the wrong
way round later.
close the door a little more and pull it out (Fig. B).
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Fitting the appliance door
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Refit the appliance door after cleaning.
The notch on both hinges must engage.
2. Open the appliance door fully.
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Cleaning
Clean the door panels with glass cleaner and a soft cloth.
Caution!
Do not use any sharp or abrasive medium or a glass scraper.
The glass could be damaged.
Fitting the intermediate panel
1. Insert the intermediate panel on the left and right into the
supports.
2. Push the intermediate panel downwards in the retainers.
The appliance door is secured and can no longer be
removed.
4. Close the appliance door.
Cleaning the door panels
To facilitate cleaning, you can remove the door panels from the
appliance door.
: Risk of injury!
The components inside the appliance door may have sharp
edges. Take care not to cut yourself. Wear protective gloves.
: Risk of injury!
The appliance must not be used again until the door panels
and appliance door have been correctly fitted.
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Fitting the door panel
1. Slide in the door panel all the way.
2. Put the cover back in place and screw it in.
3. Refit the appliance door.
Cleaning the rails
Attaching the rail
The rails can be removed for cleaning.
1. Position the rail so that the indentations are facing upwards.
: Risk of burning due to hot components in the cooking
2. Hook the rail in at the back and push it towards the rear until
it engages (fig. C).
compartment!
Wait until the cooking compartment has cooled down.
3. Hook the front of the rail onto the holder and press down until
it engages and is fixed level in place in the appliance once
more (fig. D).
Detaching the rails
Note: Swing the front of the rail as far as possible (until you feel
resistance), because otherwise the appliance side panel may
become bent.
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detached, and release it from the holder at the side (fig. A).
2. Detach the rail from the holder and remove it (fig. B).
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3. Clean the rails with washing-up liquid and a sponge/brush
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Troubleshooting
Malfunctions often have simple explanations. Please read the
following instructions before calling the after-sales service.
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Repairs may only be carried out by fully trained after-sales
service technicians. Incorrect repairs to your appliance may
present considerable risks for the user.
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The appliance does not work
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Work on the appliance electronics may only be performed by
a specialist.
Always disconnect the appliance from the power supply
when work is carried out on the electronics. Switch off the
circuit breaker or remove the fuse from your household fuse
box.
Possible cause
Notes/remedy
The plug is not plugged in.
Connect the appliance to the electricity
supply
Power cut
Check whether other kitchen appliances
are working
Fuse defective
Check in the fuse box to make sure that
the fuse for the appliance is OK
Faulty operation
Switch off the fuse for the appliance in the
fuse box. Wait approximately 10 seconds
and then switch it back on
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Problem
: Risk of electric shock!
Appliance does not start. [r] ‹‹:…‹ min Cleaning aid or descaling was cancelled
appears in the display.
Turn the operating mode selector to È or
r and rinse the appliance twice
(see section "Cancelling the cleaning aid"
or "Cancelling descaling")
The appliance cannot be started
The appliance door is not fully closed
Close the appliance door.
The appliance is not in operation. A duration is shown in the display
A control knob was unintentionally
pressed
Press and hold the n button
The n button was not pressed after mak- Press the n button briefly to start the
ing the setting
cooking operation, or press and hold the
n button to cancel the setting
Appliance does not start. An audible signal sounds
A temperature outside of the possible tem- Check the temperature ranges for the
perature range has been set
operating modes
Turning the temperature selector cancels
the cooking operation
A temperature outside of the possible tem- Check the temperature ranges for the
perature range has been set
operating modes. Press the n button
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Problem
Possible cause
Notes/remedy
0 and ‹‹:‹‹ light up in the display
Power cut
Reset the clock time (see section: "Timesetting options")
”‰ is shown in the display
The automatic safety switch-off is active
Press any button.
The Ë indicator appears even though the
water tank is full
The water tank has not been inserted
properly
Slide in the water tank until it locks into
place.
The detection system is not working
Call the after-sales service
The Ë indicator appears even though the The water tank is dirty. The mobile water
level indicators are jammed
water tank is not yet empty, or the water
tank is empty but the Ë indicator does not
appear
Shake and clean the water tank. If the
parts cannot be released, obtain a new
water tank from the after-sales service.
The water tank empties for no discernible The water tank was not closed properly
reason. The evaporator dish is overflowing The tank lid seal is dirty
Close the lid until you feel it engage.
Clean the seal
Obtain a new water tank from the aftersales service
The water tank has not been inserted
properly
Slide in the water tank until it locks into
place
The feed line is blocked
Descale the appliance. Check whether the
water hardness range is set correctly
The Ë indicator appears
The appliance has not been used for at
least 2 days and the water tank is full
Empty and clean the water tank. Always
empty the water tank after cooking
There is a "pop" noise during cooking
Cold/warm effect with frozen food, caused This is normal
by the steam
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The evaporator dish has boiled empty
even though the water tank is full.
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When you cook with steam, a lot of steam The appliance is being automatically caliis created
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Reset the appliance to the factory settings
(see Basic settings section). Then start
Steam at 100 °C for 20 minutes
Steam escapes from the ventilation slots
during cooking
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When cooking with steam, a lot of steam is The appliance is unable to calibrate itself
created again
automatically if cooking times are too
short
Limescale has formed in the appliance
Start the descaling programme.
Error message “‹‚‚ appears in the display
A button was pressed for too long or is
jammed
Press the 0 button to clear the fault message. Press all of the buttons individually
and check if they are clean
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Technical fault
Press the 0 button to delete the error
message. Reset the clock if required. If the
error message appears again, call the
after-sales service
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The appliance is not producing steam
properly
A button combination was actuated
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The appliance is not heating The colon
flashes in the display
Set the Steam operating mode to 35 °C,
then press and hold the D button until an
audible signal sounds. Press the D button again briefly
Replacing the cooking compartment bulb
Heat-resistant 230 V/25 W halogen bulbs with seals are
available from the after-sales service. Please specify the E
number and FD number of your appliance.
: Risk of burns!
Allow the cooking compartment and cooking compartment light
to cool before changing the bulb.
Always use a dry cloth to remove a new halogen bulb from the
packaging, otherwise it will not last as long.
1. Switch off the fuse in the fuse box or unplug at the mains.
2. Turn the cover anti-clockwise to remove.
3. Remove the bulb and replace with a bulb of the same type.
4. Slide the new seals and the clamping ring onto the glass
cover in the right order.
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5. Screw the glass cover with the seals back on again.
6. Connect the appliance to the mains and reset the clock.
Never operate the appliance without the glass cover and seals.
Replacing the glass cover or seals
Any damaged glass cover or seals must be replaced. Please
provide the after-sales service with the E number and FD
number of your appliance.
Changing the door seal
If the seal around the outside of the cooking compartment is
faulty, it must be replaced. Replacement seals for your
appliance can be obtained from the after-sales service. Please
specify the E number and FD number of your appliance.
1. Open the appliance door.
2. Pull off the old seal.
3. Push in the new door seal at one point and pull it in all the
way round. The joint must be at the side.
4. Check again that the seal is correctly fitted in the corners.
After-sales service
Our after-sales service is there for you if your appliance needs
to be repaired. We will always find the right solution in order to
avoid unnecessary visits from a service technician.
After-sales service O
E number and FD number
Please note that there will be a fee for a visit by a service
technician in the event of a malfunction, even during the
warranty period.
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When calling us, please give the product number (E no.) and
the production number (FD no.) so that we can provide you with
the correct advice. The rating plate bearing these numbers can
be found on the lower left-hand side when you open the
appliance door.
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Please find the contact data of all countries in the enclosed
customer service list.
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FD no.
Trust the expertise of the manufacturer, and rest assured that
the repair will be carried out by trained service technicians
using original spare parts for your domestic appliance.
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E no.
To book an engineer visit and product advice
0844 8928979
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Calls from a BT landline will be charged at up to 3
pence per minute. A call set-up fee of up to 6 pence may
apply.
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01450 2655
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You can make a note of the numbers of your appliance and the
telephone number of the after-sales service in the space below
to save time should it be required.
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Environmental protection
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Unpack the appliance and dispose of the packaging in an
environmentally-responsible manner.
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This appliance is labelled in accordance with the
European Directive 2002/96/EU concerning used
electrical and electronic appliances (WEEE –
waste electrical and electronic equipment). The
guideline determines the framework for the return
and recycling of used appliances as applicable.
Tips for saving energy
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Only preheat the appliance if this is specified in the recipe or
in the operating instructions table.
Open the appliance door as infrequently as possible while
the food is cooking.
Use dark, black lacquered or enamelled baking tins for
baking. They absorb the heat particularly well.
It is best to bake several cakes one after the other. The
combination steam oven will still be hot. This reduces the
baking time for the second cake. You can also place two loaf
tins next to each other.
If the cooking time is relatively long, you can switch off the
combination steam oven 10 minutes before the end of the
cooking time and use the oven's residual heat to complete
the cooking process.
When steaming, you can cook on several levels at the same
time. When preparing foods with different cooking times,
those with the longest cooking time should be placed in the
oven first.
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Tables and tips
The tables contain a selection of dishes which are particularly
suitable for your combination steam oven. You can find out
which operating mode, accessories and cooking time to select.
Unless otherwise stated, the information given applies to
inserting accessories when the appliance is cold.
the food. The values quoted can therefore only serve as a
guideline.
Accessories
Use the accessories provided.
When steaming in the perforated cooking container, always
insert the baking tray underneath. Dripping liquid is caught.
Pressure-sensitive food
When layering delicate foods in the cooking container, do not
pile them too high. It is better to use two containers.
Ovenware
When using ovenware, always place it in the middle of the wire
rack.
Ovenware must be heat and steam resistant. Cooking times are
increased if thick-sided ovenware is used.
Food which would normally be prepared in a bain-marie should
always be covered with foil (e.g.when melting chocolate).
Grease filter
Leave the grease filter in the cooking compartment for all
applications.
Distributing food evenly
Always distribute the food evenly in the ovenware. It will not
cook evenly if the layers are of different depths.
Cooking a menu
With steam, you can cook a whole menu at once, without the
different flavours mixing. Place the food with the longest
cooking time in the appliance first and delay the rest until the
appropriate time. This means that all the food will be ready at
the same time.
The overall cooking time is extended with menu cooking, as a
little steam escapes each time the appliance door is opened
and has to be reheated.
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Because combination cooking combines the use of hot air and
steam, it is particularly suitable for preparing roasted joints,
chicken and baked goods such as yeast-risen pastry and
bread.
Roasts and chicken are nice and crisp on the outside and juicy
inside. What is more, meat loses less of its weight.
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Cooking times and quantities
The cooking times when steaming depend on the item size, but
do not depend on the total quantity. The appliance can steam
food to a maximum of 2 kg.
Follow the unit sizes given in the tables. The cooking time is
reduced for smaller pieces and increased for larger ones.
Cooking time is also influenced by the quality and ripeness of
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Steaming is a particularly gentle way of cooking food. The
steam surrounds the dish thereby preventing a loss of nutrients
from the food. Cooking takes place without excess pressure.
As a result, the shape, colour and typical aroma of the dishes
are retained.
The Hot Air operating mode is ideal for sweet and savoury
baking, pot roasts and various cakes.
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Baked items, such as yeast-risen pastry and bread, take on a
particularly attractive surface shine and they do not dry out.
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Place the vegetables in the perforated cooking container and
insert at level 3. Insert the baking tray underneath at level 1.
Dripping liquid is caught.
Size
Accessories
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
whole
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
30 - 35
whole
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
30 ­ 40
Cauliflower
Florets
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
10 - 15
Broccoli
Florets
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
8 - 10
Peas
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perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
5 - 10
Fennel
Slices
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
10 - 14
Stuffed vegetables
(courgettes, aubergines, peppers)
Do not precook vegetables
baking tray at level 2
Combination
160 - 180
15 - 30
Vegetable flan
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1.5 l bain-marie dish + Steam
wire rack at level 2
100
50 - 70
Green beans
-
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
15 - 20
Carrots
Slices
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
10 - 20
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Size
Accessories
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Kohlrabi
Slices
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
15 - 20
Leeks
Slices
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
4-6
Sweetcorn
whole
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
25 ­ 35
Swiss chard*
Shredded
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
8 - 10
Green asparagus*
whole
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
7 - 12
White asparagus*
whole
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
10 - 15
Spinach*
-
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
2-3
Romanesco
Florets
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
8 - 10
Brussels sprouts
Florets
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
20 ­ 30
Beetroot
Whole
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
100
40 ­ 50
Red cabbage
shredded
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
White cabbage
shredded
perforated + baking
tray
Steam
Courgettes
Slices
perforated + baking
tray
Mangetout
-
perforated + baking
tray
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for every 100 g of rice add 150 ml of liquid.
Brown rice
1:1.5
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2-3
100
8 - 12
You may select any shelf position you wish for the solid
cooking container.
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
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baking tray
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Steam
100
35 ­ 45
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perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
100
20 ­ 25
baking tray
2
Hot air
170 ­ 180
35 ­ 45
solid
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Steam
100
30 ­ 40
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100
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Steam
30 - 35
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Boiled potatoes
(quartered)
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Side dishes and pulses
Unpeeled boiled pota- toes
(medium size)
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Long grain rice
1:1.5
solid
-
Steam
100
20 ­ 30
Basmati rice
1:1.5
solid
-
Steam
100
20 ­ 30
Parboiled rice
1:1.5
solid
-
Steam
100
15 - 20
Risotto
1:2
solid
-
Steam
100
30 - 35
Lentils
1:2
solid
-
Steam
100
30 ­ 45
Canellini beans, presoftened
1:2
solid
-
Steam
100
65 - 75
Couscous
1:1
solid
-
Steam
100
6 - 10
Unripe spelt grain,
coarse ground
1:2.5
solid
-
Steam
100
15 - 20
Millet, whole
1:2.5
solid
-
Steam
100
25 ­ 35
Wheat, whole
1:1
solid
-
Steam
100
60 ­ 70
Dumplings
-
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 90
20 ­ 30
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Poultry and meat
Insert the wire rack and baking tray together at the same level.
When the roast is cooked, switch off the combination steam
oven and leave the roast to rest for a further 10 minutes with
the door closed. This will keep the meat juicier.
Cooking with the Combination mode leaves the meat
particularly juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside.
Poultry
Food
Amount
Accessories
Chicken, whole
1.2 kg
Chicken, halved
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
180 ­ 190
50 - 60
0.4 kg each
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
180 ­ 190
35 ­ 45
Chicken breast
0.15 kg each
perforated +
baking tray
Steam
100
15 ­ 25
Chicken portions
0.12 kg each
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
180 ­ 200
20 ­ 35
Duck, whole
2 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
170
60 ­ 80
Hot air
210
15 - 20
3
1
0.35 kg each
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
170 ­ 180
10 - 15
1.5 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
150 ­ 160
70 ­ 90
Turkey breast
1 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
150 ­ 160
60 ­ 80
Food
Amount
Accessories
Pot-roasted beef*
1.5 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
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Rolled turkey joint
Beef
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Reheat
140 - 150
100 - 140
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wire rack + baking tray 2
Reheat
170 ­ 180
20 - 28
Thin slice of sirloin,
medium*
1 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Hot air
170 ­ 180
40 - 55
Thin slice of sirloin,
rare*
1 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Hot air
170 ­ 180
30 ­ 45
Thick piece of sirloin,
medium*
1 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Hot air
170 ­ 180
45 ­ 60
Thick piece of sirloin,
rare*
1 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Hot air
170 ­ 180
35 ­ 50
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
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Accessories
Level
Joint of veal, marbled
1 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
160 ­ 170
60 ­ 70
Joint of veal, lean
1 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
160 ­ 170
50 - 60
Veal back*
1 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
160 - 180
15 ­ 25
Breast of veal, stuffed
1.5 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
140 - 160
75 - 120
Amount
Accessories
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Combination
170 ­ 180
* Sear first
Pork
Food
Level
Joint without rind (e.g. 1.5 kg
neck)
wire rack + baking tray 2
Joint with rind (crackling)
wire rack + baking tray 2
1.5 kg
70 ­ 80
Steam
100
20 ­ 25
Combination
140 - 160
40 ­ 50
Hot air
210 - 220
20
Pork fillet*
0.5 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
160 - 180
20 ­ 30
Fillet in puff pastry
1 kg
baking tray
Combination
180 ­ 200
40 ­ 60
* Sear first
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Food
Amount
Accessories
Level
Smoked pork on the
bone
1 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
2
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Combination
120 ­ 140
60 ­ 70
Smoked pork ribs
sliced
baking tray
Steam
100
15 - 20
Rolled joint
1.5 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
170 ­ 180
70 ­ 80
Food
Amount
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Meat loaf
made from
0.5 kg minced
meat
baking tray
2
Combination
140 - 150
45 ­ 60
Saddle of venison on
the bone*
0.6 - 0.8 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
150 - 170
15 - 30
Boned leg of lamb
* Sear first
Miscellaneous
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
170 ­ 180
60 ­ 80
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
160 ­ 170
15 ­ 25
Rabbit portions
1.5 kg
wire rack + baking tray 2
Combination
150 ­ 160
40 ­ 60
Wiener sausages
-
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
Bavarian veal sausages
-
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
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Saddle of lamb on the 1.5 kg
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Roasting tips
Using the roasting set will give optimum results and the cooking compartment will stay
as clean as possible. You can purchase the roasting set as an accessory from specialist
retailers (see section: Accessories)
When is the roast ready?
Use a meat thermometer (available from specialist retailers) or carry out the "spoon test":
press down on the roast with a spoon. If it feels firm, it is ready. If the spoon can be
pressed in, it needs to be cooked for a little longer.
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Using the roasting set
The roast is too dark and the outside is Check the shelf height and temperature.
burnt in places.
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too clear and watery.
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Fish
Food
Amount
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Sea bream, whole
per 0.3 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 90
15 ­ 25
Sea bream fillet
per 0.15 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 90
10 - 20
Fish terrine
Bain marie 1.5 l wire rack
2
Steam
70 ­ 80
40 - 80
Trout, whole
per 0.2 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 90
12 - 15
Cod fillet
per 0.15 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 90
10 - 14
Salmon fillet
per 0.15 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
100
8 - 10
Mussels
1.5 kg
baking tray
2
Steam
100
10 - 15
Ocean perch fillet
per 0.15 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 90
10 - 20
Sole rolls, stuffed
-
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 90
10 - 20
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Bakes, additional soup ingredients, etc.
Food
Accessories
Savoury bake made from cooked
ingredients
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
ovenproof dish + wire rack 2
Combination
150 - 170
30 ­ 40
Sweet bake
ovenproof dish + wire rack 2
Combination
150 - 170
30 ­ 45
Lasagne
baking tray
2
Combination
160 ­ 170
35 ­ 45
Soufflé
mould + wire rack
2
Combination
180 ­ 200
15 ­ 25
Royale
solid
2
Steam
90
15 - 20
Semolina dumplings
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 90
7 - 12
Hard-boiled eggs
(Size M, max. 1.8 kg)
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
100
10 - 12
Soft-boiled eggs
(Size M, max. 1 kg)
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
100
6-8
Dessert, compote
Yoghurt
Heat the milk to 90 °C on the hob. Then leave to cool to 40 °C.
If you are using UHT milk, you do not need to heat it.
Rice pudding
Weigh the rice and add 2.5 times the amount of milk. Ensure
the level of rice and milk in the accessory is no higher than
2.5 cm. Stir after cooking. The remaining milk is quickly
absorbed.
Stir in one to two teaspoons of natural yoghurt per 100 ml milk,
or the corresponding amount of yoghurt culture into the milk.
Pour the mixture into clean jars and seal them.
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After preparation, leave the glasses to cool in the refrigerator.
Operating
mode
Accessories
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
baking tray
Steam
100
20 ­ 25
Crème caramel
mould + wire rack
Steam
85 - 90
25 - 30
Sweet bake (e.g. semolina pudding)
ovenproof dish + wire
rack
Combination
160 ­ 170
50 - 60
Rice pudding*
baking tray
Steam
100
25 ­ 35
Portion-sized glasses + Steam
wire rack
40
300 - 360
baking tray
Steam
100
10 - 15
baking tray
Steam
100
10 - 15
baking tray
Steam
100
10 - 15
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Weigh the fruit and add approximately Y the amount of water,
and add sugar and spices according to taste.
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Apple compote
Pear compote
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Cherry compote
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Rhubarb compote
baking tray
Steam
100
10 - 15
baking tray
Steam
100
15 - 20
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Plum compote
* You can also use the appropriate programmes (see section: Automatic programmes)
Cakes and pastries
It is best to use dark-coloured metal baking tins.
First set the lower temperature. This will brown the dish more
evenly. A higher temperature can be selected next time, if
required.
The temperature and cooking time depend on the quantity and
composition of the dough. That is why ranges of temperatures
are given in the tables.
Do not overpack the wire rack or baking tray with food.
Cakes in tins
Food
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Sponge cake
Ring/loaf tin
2
Hot air
150 ­ 160
60 ­ 70
Sponge flan base
Flan tin
2
Hot air
150 ­ 160
30 ­ 45
Delicate fruit flan, sponge
Springform cake tin
2
Hot air
150 ­ 160
45 - 55
Sponge base (2 eggs)
Flan tin
2
Hot air
180 ­ 190
12 - 16
Sponge cake (6 eggs)
Springform cake tin
2
Hot air
150 ­ 160
25 ­ 35
Shortcrust pastry base with crust
Springform cake tin
2
Hot air
150 ­ 160
40 ­ 50
Swiss flan
Springform cake tin
2
Hot air
180 ­ 190
35 - 60
Ring cake
Ring cake tin
2
Combination
150 ­ 160
35 ­ 45
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Food
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Savoury cakes (e.g. quiche)
Quiche dish
2
Hot air
180 ­ 190
35 - 60
Apple tart
Flan-base cake tin
2
Hot air
170 ­ 190
35 ­ 50
Food
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Yeast cake with dry topping
Cakes on trays
baking tray
2
Combination
150 ­ 160
35 ­ 45
Yeast cake with moist topping (fruit) baking tray
2
Hot air
150 ­ 160
35 ­ 45
Swiss roll
baking tray
2
Hot air
180 ­ 200
10 - 15
Plaited loaf (500 g flour)
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Combination
150 ­ 160
25 ­ 35
Strudel, sweet
baking tray
2
Combination
160 - 180
40 ­ 60
Onion cake
baking tray
2
Combination
170 ­ 180
30 ­ 40
Food
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
White bread (750 g flour)
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Combination
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
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160 ­ 170
20 ­ 25
Combination
200 ­ 220
15 ­ 25
Hot air
150 ­ 160
40 ­ 60
Combination
200 ­ 220
15 - 20
Hot air
160 ­ 170
25 ­ 40
Combination
200 ­ 220
20 ­ 30
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Sourdough bread (750 g flour)
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baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Wholemeal bread (750 g flour)
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Hot air
140 - 150
40 ­ 60
Rye bread (750 g flour)
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Combination
200 ­ 220
20 ­ 30
Hot air
150 ­ 160
50 - 60
Bread rolls (70 g each, unbaked)
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Combination
190 ­ 200
25 - 30
Bread rolls made with sweet yeast
dough (70 g each, unbaked)
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Combination
170 ­ 180
20 ­ 30
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Multigrain bread (750 g flour)
Macaroons
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
baking tray
2
Hot air
80 ­ 90
120 - 180
baking tray
2
Hot air
140 - 160
15 ­ 25
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Accessories
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Small baked items
Puff pastry
baking tray
2
Combination
170 ­ 190
10 - 20
Muffins
bun tray
2
Hot air
170 ­ 180
20 ­ 30
Choux pastry
baking tray
2
Hot air
170 ­ 190
27 - 35
Biscuits
baking tray
2
Hot air
150 ­ 160
12 - 17
Leavened cake
baking tray
2
Hot air
150 ­ 160
15 - 20
Baking tips
You want to bake according to your own Use similar items in the baking tables as a guide
recipe
How to tell whether sponge cake is
baked through
Approx. 10 minutes before the end of the baking time stated in the recipe, insert a cocktail stick into the cake at its deepest point. If the cocktail stick comes out clean, the cake
is ready.
The cake collapses
Next time, use less liquid or set the baking temperature 10 °C lower. Note the stirring
times indicated in the recipe.
The cake has risen in the middle but is
lower around the edge
Do not grease the edge of the springform cake tin. After baking, carefully loosen the
cake using a knife
Cakes baked in a tray or tin are overbrowned at the back
Place the baking tray in the middle of the accessories, not directly against the back wall
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The cake is too dry
Make tiny holes in the finished cake using a cocktail stick. Then drizzle fruit juice or an
alcoholic drink over it. Next time, set the temperature 10 °C higher and shorten the baking times or use the Combination operating mode
The bread or cake looks good but it is
soggy inside (overmoist with watery
streaks)
Next time, use less liquid. Bake at a lower temperature for a little longer. For cakes with a
moist topping, bake the base first. Cover the base with almonds or bread crumbs first
and then apply the topping. Observe the baking time in the recipe
The cake or pastry is unevenly browned Next time, set the temperature a little lower
Reheating food
Using Reheat, dishes can be gently reheated. They taste and
look like they have been freshly prepared. Even baked items
from the day before can be recrisped.
Food
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Meals on plates
wire rack
2
Reheat
120
12 - 18
Vegetables
baking tray
3
Reheat
100
12 - 15
Pasta, potatoes, rice
baking tray
3
Reheat
100
5 - 10
Bread rolls*
wire rack
2
Combination
170 ­ 180
6-8
wire rack
2
Combination
170 ­ 180
5 - 10
wire rack
2
Combination
170 ­ 180
8 - 12
Pizza
wire rack + baking tray
3
Reheat
170 ­ 180
12 - 15
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Bread*
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: Health risk!
When defrosting food from animal sources, you must remove
the liquid that escapes during defrosting. It must never come
into contact with other food. Bacteria could be transferred.
After defrosting, operate the combination steam oven for
15 minutes using Hot air at 180 °C.
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When freezing, lay the food as flat as possible and in portionsized pieces at -18 °C. Do not freeze excessively large
quantities. Once defrosted, food will not keep for as long and
spoils more quickly than fresh food.
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Leave the food to defrost in the freezer bag, on a plate or on
the perforated cooking container. Always insert the baking tray
underneath. The food is then not left lying in the defrost water
and the cooking compartment remains clean.
Use the Steam operating mode.
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If necessary, the meal can occasionally be split apart or pieces
which have already defrosted can be removed from the
appliance.
Amount
Defrosting poultry
Remove from packaging before defrosting. You must tip the
defrost liquid away.
Level
Temperature in°C Cooking time in
min.
1 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
45 - 50
60 ­ 70
Chicken drumsticks
0.4 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
45 - 50
30 - 35
Vegetables frozen in blocks
(e.g.spinach)
0.4 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
45 - 50
20 ­ 30
Berries
0.3 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
45 - 50
5-8
Fish fillet
0.4 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
45 - 50
15 - 20
Whole fish
1 kg
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
45 - 50
40 ­ 50
Goulash
-
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
45 - 50
40 ­ 50
Joint of beef
-
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
45 - 50
70 ­ 80
Chicken
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After defrosting, allow the food to stand for a further 5 15 minutes to come up to room temperature.
Defrost meat
Allow pieces of meat which are to be breadcrumbed to defrost
to the point where seasoning and breadcrumbs adhere to the
meat.
Proving dough
With the Steam operating mode, dough proves significantly
faster than at room temperature.
Stand the dough bowl on the wire rack. Do not cover the
dough.
You may select any shelf position you wish for the wire rack or
place the wire rack carefully on the cooking compartment floor.
N.B.: Do not scratch the cooking compartment floor.
Food
Amount
Accessories
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Yeast dough
1 kg
bowl + wire rack
35
20 ­ 30
Sourdough
1 kg
bowl + wire rack
35
20 ­ 30
Juicing
Before juicing, place the berries in a bowl and sprinkle with
sugar. Leave to stand for at least one hour to draw out the
juice.
Add the berries to the perforated cooking container and insert
at level 3. Slide the baking tray into level 1 to catch the juice.
Finally, place the berries in a cloth and squeeze out the rest of
the juice.
Food
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Raspberries
perforated cooking container
+ baking tray
3
1
Steam
100
Redcurrants
perforated cooking container
+ baking tray
3
1
Steam
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Clean rubber rings and jars thoroughly with hot water. The
"Sterilise bottles" programme is also suitable for cleaning
glasses.
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Preserve food which is as fresh as possible. When foods are
stored for a relatively long period, their vitamin content is
reduced and they ferment and spoil more easily.
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Only use fruit and vegetables which are in perfect condition.
Place the jars in the perforated cooking container. They must
not be in contact with each other.
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The following foods cannot be preserved with your appliance:
Contents of tins, meat, fish or pastry dough.
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Check preserving jars, rubber rings, clips and springs.
After the specified cooking time, open the appliance door.
Do not remove the preserving jars from the appliance until they
have completely cooled down.
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Vegetables
1-litre preserving jars
2
Steam
100
30 - 120
1-litre preserving jars
2
Steam
100
25 - 30
1-litre preserving jars
2
Steam
100
25 - 30
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Stone fruits
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Food
Observe the instructions on the packaging.
Food
Accessories
Chips
The cooking times indicated apply to dishes placed in a cold
cooking compartment.
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Hot air
170 ­ 190
25 ­ 35
Croquettes
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Hot air
180 ­ 200
18 - 22
Rösti
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Hot air
180 ­ 200
25 - 30
Pasta, fresh, refrigerated*
baking tray
2
Steam
100
5 - 10
Lasagne, frozen
baking tray + wire rack
2
Combination
190 ­ 210
35 - 55
Pizza, thin base
baking tray + wire rack
2
Hot air
180 ­ 200
15 - 23
Pizza, deep pan
baking tray + wire rack
2
Hot air
180 ­ 200
18 - 25
Pizza baguette
baking tray + wire rack
2
Hot air
180 ­ 200
18 - 22
Pizza, chilled
baking tray
2
Hot air
170 ­ 180
12 - 17
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Food
Accessories
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Herb butter baguette, refrigerated
baking tray
2
Hot air
180 ­ 200
15 - 20
Bread rolls, baguette, frozen
baking tray + wire rack
2
Hot air
180 ­ 200
18 - 22
Pretzels, frozen
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Hot air
180 ­ 200
18 - 22
Croissant, frozen
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Combination
180 ­ 200
20 ­ 25
Part-cooked rolls or baguette, prebaked
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Hot air
150 - 170
12 - 15
Strudel, frozen
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Combination
160 - 180
45 ­ 60
Fish fingers
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Hot air
195 - 205
20 - 24
Trout
perforated +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 100
20 ­ 25
baking tray + wire rack
2
Combination
180 ­ 200
35 ­ 50
perforated cooking container +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
80 ­ 100
20 ­ 25
Squid rings
baking tray + greaseproof 2
paper
Hot air
190 ­ 210
25 - 30
Broccoli
perforated cooking container +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
Cauliflower
perforated cooking container +
baking tray
3
1
Beans
perforated cooking container +
baking tray
Peas
perforated cooking container +
baking tray
Carrots
Mixed vegetables
100
5-8
Steam
100
4-6
3
1
Steam
100
4-6
perforated cooking container +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
100
3-5
perforated cooking container +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
100
4-8
perforated cooking container +
baking tray
3
1
Steam
100
5 - 10
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Salmon fillet
Test dishes
In accordance with EN 50304/EN 60350 (2009), and IEC
60350.
Food
Accessories
The values in the table apply to dishes placed in a cold cooking
compartment.
Level
Operating
mode
Temperature in °C Cooking time
in min.
Piped cookies
Baking tray
2
Hot air
160 ­ 170
17 - 20
Small cakes
Baking tray
2
Hot air
160 ­ 170
25 - 33
Hot water sponge cake
26 cm springform cake tin 2
Hot air
150 ­ 160
35 - 40
German apple pie
20 cm springform cake tin 2
Hot air
160 ­ 170
60 ­ 70
30
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