AEG Electrolux KB9810E User manual

KB9810E
User manual
Electric built-in oven
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Contents
Thank you for choosing one of our high-quality products.
To ensure optimal and regular performance of your appliance please read this
instruction manual carefully. It will enable you to navigate all processes perfectly
and most efficiently. To refer to this manual any time you need to, we recommend
you to keep it in a safe place. And please pass it to any future owner of the appliance.
We wish you much joy with your new appliance.
Contents
Operating instructions
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Safety information
Electrical safety
Children's safety
Safety during use
Microwave
How to avoid damage to the appliance
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Do not use the appliance
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Description of product
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General view
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Control panel
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Oven layout
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Accessories Oven
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Before using for the first time
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Setting and changing the time
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Cleaning for the first time
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Getting to know the appliance
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Operating the oven
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Oven Functions
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Inserting the oven shelf and baking tray
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Additional functions
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Clock functions
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Other functions
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Usage, tables and tips
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Baking
Roasting
Single Economy Grill
Rotitherm cooking
Defrosting
Drying
Making preserves
Microwave
Programmes
Cleaning and care
The outside of the appliance
Oven interior
Accessories
Side rails
Oven lighting
If something is wrong…
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Installation instructions
Safety instructions for the installer
Disposal
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Customer service
Guarantee/Customer Service
GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND
European Guarantee
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www.electrolux.com
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Subject to change without notice
Operating instructions
Safety information
Important safety instructions!
Safety information
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Read carefully and keep for future use!
Electrical safety
• This appliance must only be connected by a qualified installation engineer .
• In the event of a fault or damage to the appliance: Take the fuses out or switch off.
• Should the door seal and the door seal surfaces be damaged, the appliance must not be
operated until they are repaired.
• Repairs to the appliance must only be carried out by qualified service engineers . Considerable danger may result from improper repairs. If repairs become necessary, please contact our Customer Care Department or your dealer.
Children's safety
• Small children must be kept away from the appliance. Make sure that children do not
touch the appliance when playing.
• Always heat baby food in jars or bottles with the lid or top off. After heating, stir or shake
well, so that the heat is equally distributed. Before you give the baby food to the child,
please be sure to test the temperature.
• When operating the grill (alone or in combination with the microwave) the viewing
window becomes hot. Therefore keep small children away from the door of the appliance.
• Never leave children unsupervised while the appliance is operating.
• This appliance is fitted with a child safety device.
Safety during use
• This appliance should be used only for normal domestic cooking, roasting and baking of
food.
• Be careful if connecting electrical appliances to sockets near to this appliance. Electrical
leads must not be caught under the hot oven door.
• Warning: Risk of burns! The interior surfaces of the oven become very hot during use.
• If you use ingredients containing alcohol in the oven, a slightly flammable mixture of
alcohol and air may ensue. In this case, be careful when opening the door. Do not handle
any sources of heat, sparks or naked flames when doing so.
• People (including children), who, because of their physical, sensory or mental capabilities
or their inexperience or ignorance, are not able to use the appliance safely, should not
use this appliance without supervision by or instruction from a responsible person.
Information on acrylamides
According to the latest scientific knowledge, intensive browning of food, especially in
products containing starch, can constitute a health risk due to acrylamides. Therefore we
recommend cooking at the lowest possible temperatures and not browning foods too much.
Microwave
• Only switch the appliance on when there is food inside it. With no food in it, the appliance
could be overloaded.
• Only use microwave safe cookware (see section Uses, Tables and Tips: Suitable cookware
and materials).
• To protect the interior or the door of the appliance from corrosion through escaping
steam (condensed water), please dry the appliance thoroughly with a cloth after each
use.
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Safety information
• Do not leave the appliance unattended, if food is being heated or cooked in disposable
containers made of plastic, paper or other flammable materials.
• If smoke appears, keep the appliance closed. Switch off the appliance and disconnect
from the power supply. Do not use the appliance under any circumstances, if it is no
longer working correctly.
• When heating liquids always put a coffee
spoon or a glass rod in the container to
avoid boiling delay. With boiling delay the
boiling temperature is reached without the
typical steam bubbles rising.
If the container is shaken even slightly the
liquid can suddenly boil over or spray violently. Risk of burns!
• Prick food with "skin" or "peel", such as potatoes, tomatoes, sausages, with a fork several times before cooking so that the food
does not burst.
• Ensure that a minimum temperature of
70°C is reached when cooking/heating
food. For this please refer to the power and
time data in the tables. Never use mercury
or liquid thermometers to measure the temperature of the food.
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• Foods heated with microwaves give off heat
to the cookware. Use oven gloves or
min 70 C
something similar!
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• Do not overcook the dishes by using powers
and times that are too high. The food can
dry out, burn or set itself alight in certain
places.
• The interior of the oven, the grill heating element and the accessories become hot when
the appliance is operating. Please be careful when handling them and use oven gloves
or similar for this reason. Risk of burns!
• Metal objects must be at least 2 cm from the walls of the oven interior and the oven
door. Otherwise spark discharges may be caused and the appliance can be damaged
• If not advised otherwise, do not use aluminium foil.
• Do not get anything caught between the door and the door frame.
• Always keep the door seal, the door seal surfaces and the interior clean. Lack of cleanliness
in the appliance can lead to dangerous situations.
• Do not store any flammable materials inside the oven. These could ignite when the oven
is switched on.
How to avoid damage to the appliance
• Do not line the oven with aluminium foil and do not place a baking tray or saucepan
etc. on the floor, as otherwise the oven enamel will be damaged by the heat build-up.
• Fruit juices dripping from the baking tray will leave stains, which you will not be able to
remove. For very moist cakes, use a deep tray.
Safety information
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• Do not put any strain on the oven door when open.
• Never pour water directly into the oven when it is hot. This could cause damage to and
discoloration of the enamel.
• Rough handling, especially around the edges of the front panel, can cause the glass to
break.
• Do not store any flammable materials inside the oven. These could ignite when the oven
is switched on.
• Do not store any moist foods inside the oven. This could cause damage to the enamel.
• Do not leave dishes uncovered in the oven after switching off the cooling fan. Moisture
may form inside the oven or on the glass door and also get onto the units.
Information on the oven enamel
Changes to the colour of the oven's enamel surface as a result of use do not affect the
appliance's suitability for normal and correct use. They therefore do not constitute a defect
in terms of warranty law.
Do not use the appliance
... for cooking eggs in their shells (with fried eggs,
pierce the yolks first) and snails, as otherwise
these burst.
Cooking oil (fondue, deep frying) and drinks with
high alcohol content: Spontaneous ignition!
Risk of explosion!
... for heating tightly closed containers, e. g. tins,
bottles, screw top jars.
... for drying animals, textiles, grain pillows and
gel cushions and other flammable materials: Risk
of fire!
... for cookware made of porcelain, ceramic or
earthenware that has small holes, e. g. on handles
or unglazed bottoms. Moisture penetrating holes
can cause the cookware to crack when it is heated.
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Description of product
Description of product
General view
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1 Control Panel
2 Door handle
3 Full glass door
Control panel
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1 Oven displays
Description of product
2 Oven functions buttons
Oven layout
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Grill element
Microwave generator
Light in the oven
Rear heating panel Oven lighting
Glass base, removable
Side rails, removable
Oven shelf levels
Accessories Oven
Oven shelf
For cookware, cake tins, roasts and grilling food.
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Before using for the first time
Baking tray
For cakes and biscuits.
(not suitable for microwave mode)
Before using for the first time
Setting and changing the time
The oven only operates when the time has been set.
When the appliance has been connected to the
electrical supply or when there has been a power
cut, the symbol for the time automatically
flashes.
1. To change a time that has already been set,
press the clock functions button repeatedly
until the symbol for the time flashes.
2. Using the
time.
or
button, set the current
After approx. 5 seconds, the flashing stops and the
clock displays the time set.
The appliance is now ready to use.
The time can only be modified, if the child safety
device is deactivated, none of the clock functions
Countdown , Cook Time or End Time and
none of the oven functions are set.
Before using for the first time
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Cleaning for the first time
Before you use the oven for the first time, you should clean it thoroughly.
Do not use any sharp or abrasive cleaning tools or materials! These could damage the
surface.
For metal fronts, use normal commercially available cleaning agents.
1. Open the oven door.
The lighting in the oven is switched on.
2. Remove all accessories and side rails and clean with a warm solution of water and
washing-up liquid.
3. Also wipe the oven out with a warm solution of water and washing-up liquid and then
dry it.
4. Wipe the front of the appliance with a damp cloth.
Getting to know the appliance
The appliance can be operated in test mode to test or demonstrate all operating steps. The
oven does not heat up.
Test mode Switching on
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop
button .
2. Press and hold the Baking/Roasting Programmes buttons and at the same time
until a signal sounds and "d" lights up in the
display.
Switching test mode off
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop
button .
2. Press and hold the Baking/Roasting Programmes buttons and at the same time until a signal sounds and "d" goes out
in the display.
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Operating the oven
Operating the oven
The electronic oven controls
The display field
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Memory: P / Test: d
Microwave function
Temperature/Time/Microwave Power
Weight display
Time functions Length of operation
Thermometer symbol
Baking/Roasting Programmes
Oven functions
The control panel
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1 Start button
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Microwave button
Fast Warm Up
Stop button / Restore settings
Clock functions
Selector buttons
Baking/Roasting Programmes
Oven functions
General instructions
• Always confirm the selected function with the Start button . If the selected function
is not started within 30 seconds, the appliance switches itself off.
• When the selected function is started, the oven begins to heat up or the time set begins
to count down.
• If the oven door is opened during operation, the function stops. After closing the door
continue with the Start button . If the Start button is not started within 30 seconds,
the appliance switches itself off.
• The oven light is switched on as soon as an oven function is started or the oven door is
opened. The oven light goes off after 10 minutes when the door is open and the appliance
switched off.
• Stop operation with the Stop button, continue operation with the Start button .
Switch the appliance off by pressing the Stop button again.
Selecting the oven function
1. Press the or button repeatedly until the
desired oven function appears.
– A suggested temperature appears in the
temperature display.
2. Press the Start button to start the function
that has been set.
Changing the oven temperature
Press the or button to raise or lower the
temperature.
The setting changes in 5 °C steps.
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Thermometer symbol
• The slowly rising thermometer symbol indicates how far the oven has heated up.
• The three segments of the thermometer symbol flashing one after the other show that
Fast Warm Up is on.
Switching the oven off
To switch the oven off, press the Stop button
repeatedly until only the time and any residual
heat is displayed.
Cooling fan
The fan switches on automatically to keep the appliance surfaces cool. When the oven is switched
off, the fan continues to run to cool the appliance
down and then switches itself off.
Fast Warm Up
After an oven function has been selected, the empty oven can be pre-heated in a relatively
short time using the additional function Fast Warm Up.
CAUTION!
Please do not put the food to be cooked into the oven, until Fast Warm Up is completed
and the oven is operating using the desired function.
1. Set desired oven function. If necessary, change the suggested temperature.
2. Press the Fast Warm Up button . The symbol for lights up. When the bars flash one
after another this shows that Fast Warm Up is operating.
When the temperature set is reached, the bars of the heat indicator are lit. A signal sounds.
The symbol for goes out.
The oven now continues heating according to the pre-set oven function and temperature.
You can now place the food in the oven.
Oven Functions
Oven function
Use
Fan oven with circular For roasting and baking on up to two levels at the same
heating element
time.
Rotitherm roasting
For roasting larger pieces of meat or poultry on one oven
level. The function is also suitable for gratinating and
browning the top of dishes.
Single economy grill
For grilling flat foodstuffs and for toasting .
Defrosting/drying
To defrost or dry herbs, fruit and vegetables.
Microwave
In microwave mode, the heat is created directly in the food. For heating ready meals and
drinks, for defrosting meat or fruit and for cooking vegetables and fish.
Combi Function
Operating the oven
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For the style of heating for the oven function(s), the Microwave
function can be
switched on The dishes are cooked in the shortest time and browned at the same time.
Quick Start
Microwave
Quick Start of the maximum microwave power when the appliance is switched off using
the Start button .
Operating time from 30 seconds to 7 minutes. Each press of the button adds 30 seconds
to the operating time displayed.
Microwave
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop button, if necessary.
2. By repeatedly pressing the Microwave
button, set the desired microwave
power.
– The settings options are in 100 Watt
steps from 1,000 Watt to 100 Watt.
– Repeatedly pressing the Microwave
button makes the power display begin again at 1,000 Watt.
3. Using the or button, set the desired
cook time. The symbol for Cook Time
flashes.
– The cooking times can be set as follows:
– from 0 to 2 min. in 5 second steps,
– from 2 to 5 min. in 10 second steps,
– from 5 to 10 min. in 20 second steps,
– from 10 to 20 min. in 30 second
steps,
– from 20 min. onwards in 1 minute
steps.
– The maximum length of operation that can be set is:
– At 700 Watt to 1,000 Watt 0 to 7 min. 40 seconds,
– at 100 Watt to 600 Watt 0 to 59 min.
4. When the Start button is pressed, the
time set begins to count down. The symbol
for Cook Time lights up.
– While the time counts down, the power
can be changed using the Microwave
button.
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– While the time counts down, using
the clock functions buttons and
the cooking time can be increased
or reduced.
When the time has elapsed, a signal sounds
for 2 minutes. The microwave switches itself off. The symbol for Cook Time flashes
and the time display appears.
To turn off the signal: Press any button.
Combi Function
You will find a selection of dishes in the chapter "Uses, Tables and Tips: Combi Function.
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop button, if necessary.
2. Press the or button repeatedly until
the desired oven function appears.
3. Using the or button set the desired
temperature.
4. By repeatedly pressing the Microwave
button, set the desired microwave
power (max. 600 Watt).
5. Using the or button, set the desired
cook time. The symbol for Cook Time
flashes.
– The cooking times can be set as follows:
– from 0 to 2 min. in 5 second steps,
– from 2 to 5 min. in 10 second steps,
– from 5 to 10 min. in 20 second steps,
– from 10 to 20 min. in 30 second
steps,
– from 20 min. onwards in 1 minute steps.
The maximum length of operation that can be set is 59 min.
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6. When the Start button is pressed, the
time set begins to count down. Oven and
microwave are on. The symbol for Cook
Time lights up.
– While the time counts down, the power
can be changed using the Microwave
button.
– While the time counts down, using the
and buttons the cooking time
can be increased or reduced.
When the time has elapsed, a signal sounds for 2
minutes. The appliance switches itself off. The
symbol for Cook Time flashes and the time display appears.
To turn off the signal: Press any button.
Microwave Quick Start
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop button, if necessary.
2. Press the Start button repeatedly until
the desired period of operation appears.
The appliance switches itself on at maximum microwave power.
– Each press of the button adds 30 seconds to the cooking time displayed.
Maximum 7 min. at maximum microwave power.
– While the time counts down, using the
clock functions buttons and the
cooking time can be increased or
reduced.
– By repeatedly pressing the Microwave button , the microwave power can be
changed.
– By pressing the Stop button once, operation can be interrupted. Continue operation using the Start button . Pressing the Stop button twice switches the
appliance off.
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Operating the oven
When the time has elapsed, a signal sounds for 2
minutes. The appliance switches itself off. The
symbol for Cook Time flashes and the time display appears.
To turn off the signal: Press any button.
Information on power settings
The overview indicates at which power setting certain processes can be performed. The
powers given are guidelines.
Microwave Power
Suitable for
1,000 Watt
900 Watt
800 Watt
700 Watt
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Heating liquids
Searing at the beginning of a cooking process
Cooking vegetables
Cooking foodstuffs
Melting gelatine and butter
600 Watt
500 Watt
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Defrosting and heating frozen meals
Heating one-plate meals
Simmering stews
Cooking egg dishes
400 Watt
300 Watt
200 Watt
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Continuing to cook meals
Cooking delicate foodstuffs
Heating baby food
Simmering rice
Heating delicate foods
Melting cheese
100 Watt
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Defrosting meat, fish, bread
Defrosting cheese, cream, butter
Defrosting fruit and cakes (gateaux)
Raising yeast dough
Warming up cold dishes and drinks
Inserting the oven shelf and baking tray
Shelf runner safety and anti-tip device
To increase shelf runner safety, all insertable components have a small curved indentation
at the bottom on the right and left-hand edge.
Always insert insertable components so that this indentation is at the back of the oven
interior. This indentation is also important for preventing the insertable components from
tipping.
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Baking tray :
Push the baking tray between the guide bars of
the selected oven level.
Oven shelf :
Insert the oven shelf so that the feet point downwards.
Push the oven shelf between the guide bars of
the selected oven level.
The high rim around the oven shelf is an additional device to prevent cookware from slipping
off.
Additional functions
Microwave Programmes
For this function, use the pre-set programmes (see section "Uses, Tables and Tips: Programmes).
Selecting a programme
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop button, if necessary.
2. Press the Baking/Roasting Programmes
button then press the or button
repeatedly, until the desired programme
appears in the display (P1 to P12).
– In the display the preset weight "gr" is
displayed. The symbol for Cook Time
flashes. Weight = Cook Time
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3. By pressing the button or , the
weight display can be adapted to the
weight of the food, minimum 100 g, maximum 1,500 g (P 5 to P12 maximum 1,000
g).
– Inputting the weight automatically
controls the length of time the microwave operates.
– Always input the lower weight, e. g.
bread weighs 460 g: Set the weight to
400 g.
4. When the Start button is pressed, the
time set begins to count down. The symbol
for Cook Time and "min" light up.
– When the time has elapsed, a signal
sounds for 2 minutes. The oven
switches itself off. The symbol for Cook
Time flashes.
With some programmes, after the time has
elapsed a Keep Warm function is started. A signal
sounds and "HH" lights up in the display.
After the Keep Warm function has ended, a signal
sounds for 2 minutes. The oven switches itself off.
The symbol for Cook Time flashes and the time
display appears.
To turn off the signal: Press any button.
Memory function
The Memory function can be used to save one setting which is used very frequently.
1. Set oven function, temperature and the clock functions Cook Time and/or End Time
, if necessary .
Operating the oven
2. Press and hold the Baking/Roasting Programmes button for approx 2 seconds
until a signal sounds. The setting is saved.
3. Continue by pressing the Start button
or switch the appliance off using the Stop
button .
To save another setting, press the Baking/
Roasting Programmes button for approx.
2 seconds. The previously saved setting is replaced by the new one.
Starting the Memory function
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop
button, if necessary.
2. Use the Baking/Roasting Programmes button
to call up the saved setting.
3. Press the Start button .
Clock functions
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2 Clock displays
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3 Time
4 Cook Time/End Time/Operating Time
5 Clock functions
6 Selector buttons
Countdown
To set a countdown. When it has counted down, a signal sounds. This function has no effect
on the operation of the microwave and oven.
min.
Microwave Cook Time
For setting how long the microwave is to operate.
Cook Time
To set how long the oven is to operate.
End Time
For setting when the oven is to switch itself off again.
Time
To set, change or find out the time (see section Before using for the first time).
General instructions
• After a clock function has been selected, the corresponding symbol flashes for about. 5
seconds. During this period, the desired times can be set or modified using the or
button.
• When the desired time has been set, the symbol continues to flash for approx. 5 seconds.
After this the symbol lights up. The set Countdown begins to count down.
• The time set for Cook Time and End Time begins to count down after the selected
function starts.
Countdown
1. Press the clock functions button repeatedly until the symbol for Countdown
flashes.
Operating the oven
2. Using the or button, set the desired
Countdown (max. 99.00 minutes).
After approx. 5 seconds the display shows the time
remaining. The symbol for Countdown lights
up.
When the time has elapsed, a signal sounds for 2
minutes. "0.00" lights up and the symbol for
Countdown flashes.
To turn off the signal: Press any button.
Microwave Cook Time
min.
1. Select microwave function and set power
by repeatedly pressing the Microwave
button .
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Operating the oven
2. Using the or button set the desired
cooking time. The symbol for Cook Time
flashes.
3. When the Start button is pressed, the
time set begins to count down. The symbol
for Cook Time lights up.
By repeatedly pressing the clock functions
button the current time can be found out.
While the time counts down, using the and
buttons the cooking time can be increased
or reduced.
When the time has elapsed, a signal sounds for 2
minutes. The oven switches itself off.
"0.00" is displayed and the symbol for Cook Time
flashes.
To turn off the signal: Press any button.
Cook Time
1. Select oven function and using the or
button select the temperature.
2. Press the clock functions button repeatedly until the symbol for Cook Time
flashes.
Operating the oven
3. Using the or
cooking time.
button set the desired
4. When the Start button is pressed, the
time set begins to count down. The symbol
for Cook Time lights up.
By repeatedly pressing the clock functions
button the current time can be found out.
When the time has elapsed, a signal sounds for 2
minutes. The oven switches itself off.
"0.00" is displayed and the symbol for Cook Time
flashes.
To turn off the signal: Press any button.
End Time
1. Select oven function and using the or
button select the temperature.
2. Press the clock functions button repeatedly until the symbol for End Time
flashes.
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3. Using the or
switch-off time.
button, set the desired
The symbols for End Time and Cook Time
light up.
The oven switches itself on automatically.
By repeatedly pressing the clock functions button
the current time can be found out.
When the time has elapsed, a signal sounds for 2
minutes. The oven switches itself off.
"0.00" is displayed and the symbols for End Time
and Cook Time flash
To turn off the signal: Press any button.
Cook Time
and End Time
combined
Cook Time and End Time can be used simultaneously, if the oven is to be switched
on and off automatically at a later time .
1. Select oven function and temperature.
2. Using the Cook Time function , set the
time required for cooking the dish,
e. g. 1 hour.
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3. Using the End Time function , set the
time at which the dish is to be ready,
e. g. at 14:05.
The symbols for Cook Time and End Time
light up.
The oven switches itself on automatically at the
time calculated, e. g. at 13:05.
When the set cook time has elapsed, a signal
sounds for 2 minutes and the oven switches itself
off, e. g. at 14:05.
Other functions
Switching off the display
You can save energy by switching off the display.
Switching off the display
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop button, if necessary. Residual heat must
not be displayed.
2. Press the clock functions buttons and
at the same time until the display goes
out.
As soon as the appliance is operated again, the
display automatically switches itself on. When
the appliance is next switched off, the display
goes out again.
To have the time permanently displayed again,
you must switch the display on again.
Switching on the display
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop button, if necessary.
2. Press the clock functions buttons and at the same time until the display appears
again
Child safety device
As soon as the child safety device is activated, it is no longer possible to operate the oven.
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Usage, tables and tips
Switching on the child safety device
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop
button, if necessary. An oven function
must not be selected.
2. Press and hold the Baking/Roasting Programme buttons and at the same
time, until SAFE appears in the display.
The child safety device is now activated.
Switching off the child safety device
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop
button, if necessary.
2. Press and hold the Baking/Roasting Programme buttons and at the same time, until SAFE goes out in the display.
The child safety device is now deactivated and the appliance is again ready for use.
Button Beep
Switching off button beep
1. Switch off the appliance using the Stop
button, if necessary.
2. Press and hold the and buttons at
the same time, until a signal sounds (approx. 2 seconds).
The button beep is now switched off.
Switching on button beep
Press and hold the and buttons at the
same time, until a signal sounds (approx. 2
seconds).
The button beep is switched on again.
Automatic switch-off
If the oven is not switched off after a certain time, or if the temperature is not modified,
it switches off automatically.
The last temperature set flashes in the temperature display.
The oven switches itself off at an oven temperature of:
30 - 120° C after 12.5 hours
120 - 200° C after 8.5 hours
200 - 250° C after 5.5 hours
OFF appears in the display.
Starting up after an automatic switch-off
Switch the oven off completely. It can then be operated again.
Usage, tables and tips
Baking
Oven function: Fan oven with ring heating element
Baking tins
Usage, tables and tips
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• Light coloured metal baking tins are suitable for fan oven cooking with ring heating
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element
Oven levels
, you can bake on up to two baking
• Using the fan oven with ring heating element
trays at the same time:
1 baking tray:
e.g. oven level 2
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1 baking tin:
e.g. oven level 1
2 baking trays:
e.g. oven levels 2 and 4
General instructions
, you can also bake with two baking
With fan oven cooking using ring heating element
tins next to one another on the oven shelf at the same time. This only slightly increases the
baking time.
When using frozen food, the trays may warp during the cooking process. This is caused by
the large temperature difference between the frozen food and the oven temperature. After
the trays have cooled, the warping disappears.
Notes on the baking tables
The following tables give the required temperature settings, cooking times and oven levels
for a selection of dishes.
• Temperatures and baking times are for guideline purposes only since these will depend
on the consistency and amount of mixture and the type of baking tin used.
• We recommend using the lower temperature the first time and then using a higher
temperature if necessary, for example, when a deeper browning is required or the baking
time is taking too long.
• If you cannot find the settings for a particular recipe of your own, look for the one that
is most similar.
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Usage, tables and tips
• Extend the baking time by 10-15 minutes if you are baking cakes on baking trays or in
tins on more than one level.
• Moist cakes and pastries, such as fruit flans or pizzas, are baked on one level.
• Differences in the height of the items being baked may cause differences in the degree
of browning at the beginning of the baking process. If this occurs, you should not change
the temperature setting . Different rates of browning even out as baking progresses.
• Your new oven may bake or roast differently from your previous appliance. If this is the
case, adjust your normal settings (temperature, cooking times) and oven levels to those
recommended in the following tables.
If the baking times are longer, you can switch the oven off about 10 minutes before the
end of baking time to make use of the residual heat.
Unless otherwise stated, the values given in the tables assume that cooking is started when
the oven is cold.
Baking table
Baking on one oven level
Type of baking
Fan oven with ring heating element
Shelf position
Temperature °C Time in hrs: mins.
Ring cake or brioche
1
160-170
0:50-1:10
Madeira cake/Fruit cakes
1
150-170
1:10-1:30
Sponge cake
1
160-180
0:25-0:40
Flan base - shortcrust pastry
2
170-190
0:10-0:25
Flan base - sponge mixture
2
150-170
0:20-0:25
Apple tart (covered)
1
160-180
0:50-1:00
Apple pie (2 tins, Ø 20cm, placed diagonally) 1
180-190
1:05-1:20
Spicy flan (e.g. Quiche Lorraine)
2
170-190
0:30-1:10
Cheesecake
1
160-180
1:00-1:30
Plaited bread/bread crown
1
160-180
0:30-0:40
Christmas cake
1
160-180
0:40-1:00
Bread (rye bread)
1
180-200
0:45-0:60
Cream puffs/éclairs
2
170-190
0:30-0:40
Swiss Roll
2
200-220 1)
0:08-0:15
Cake with crumble topping (dry)
2
160-180
0:20-0:40
Butter/sugar cake
2
170-190 1)
0:15-0:30
Fruit flan (made with yeast dough/sponge
mixture)
2
160-180
0:25-0:50
Baking in tins
Cakes/pastries/breads on baking trays
Usage, tables and tips
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Baking on one oven level
Type of baking
Fan oven with ring heating element
Fruit flan made with shortcrust pastry
Shelf position
Temperature °C Time in hrs: mins.
2
170-190
0:40-1:20
Yeast cakes with delicate toppings (e.g. curd 2
cheese, cream, vanilla cream)
150-170
0:40-1:20
Pizza (with a lot of topping)
2
190-210 1)
0:20-0:40
Pizza (thin crust)
2
230
1)
0:12-0:20
Flat bread
2
230 1)
0:10-0:20
Swiss flaky pastry tarts
2
190-210
0:35-0:50
Short pastry biscuits
2
160-180
0:06-0:20
Viennese whirls
2
160
0:10-0:40
Biscuits made with sponge mixture
2
160-180
0:15-0:20
Pastries made with egg white, meringues
2
80-100
2:00-2:30
Macaroons
2
100-120
0:30-0:60
Fancy yeast biscuits
2
160-180
0:20-0:40
Puff pastries
2
180-200 1)
0:20-0:30
Rolls
2
210-230
0:20-0:35
Small cakes (20 per tray)
2
Biscuits
170
1)
0:20-0:30
1) Pre-heat oven
Baking on more than one oven level
Type of baking
Fan oven with ring heating element
Temperature
in °C
Time in hrs:
Min.
Oven level from the bottom
2 levels
Biscuits
Short pastry biscuits
2/4
160-180
0:15-0:35
Viennese whirls
2/4
160
0:20-0:60
Biscuits made with sponge
mixture
2/4
160-180
0:25-0:40
Pastries made with egg
white, meringues
2/4
80-100
2:10-2:50
Macaroons
2/4
100-120
0:40-1:20
Danish pastries
2/4
160-180
0:30-0:60
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Usage, tables and tips
Baking on more than one oven level
Type of baking
Fan oven with ring heating element
Temperature
in °C
Time in hrs:
Min.
Oven level from the bottom
2 levels
Puff pastries
2/4
0:30-0:50
180-200 1)
1) Pre-heat oven.
Tips for baking
Baking results
Possible cause
Remedy
The cake is not browned
enough at the bottom
Wrong oven level used
Place cake lower in the oven
The cake sinks (becomes
soggy, lumpy, streaky)
Oven temperature too high
Use a slightly lower temperature
setting
Baking time too short
Bake for longer. Baking times
cannot be reduced by setting
the oven temperatures higher
Too much liquid in the mixture
Use less liquid. Pay attention to
mixing times, especially if using
mixing machines
Temperature is too low
Use a higher oven temperature
setting
Baking time is too long
Reduce baking time
Cake is too dry
Cake browns unevenly
Cake is not done within
the baking time given
Oven temperature is too high and Use a lower oven temperature setbaking time is too short
ting and increase the baking time
Cake mixture/dough is unevenly
distributed
Spread the mixture/dough evenly
on the baking tray
Temperature is too low
Use a slightly higher oven temperature setting
Soufflés and au gratin dishes
Type of dish
Fan oven with ring heating element
Shelf position
Temperature °C
Time in hrs: Min.
Pasta bake
1
180-200
0:45-1:00
Lasagne
1
180-200
0:25-0:40
Vegetables au gratin 1)
1
160-170
0:15-0:30
Baguettes au gratin 1)
1
160-170
0:15-0:30
Sweet bakes
1
180-200
0:40-0:60
Fish bakes
1
180-200
0:30-1:00
Usage, tables and tips
Type of dish
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Fan oven with ring heating element
Shelf position
Stuffed vegetables
1
Temperature °C
160-170
Time in hrs: Min.
0:30-1:00
1) Pre-heat oven
Frozen ready meals chart
Food to be
cooked
Oven function
Frozen pizza
Fan oven with ring
heating element
Chips 1)
(300-600 g)
Shelf position
3
Temperature °C
Time
as per manufacturer's instructions
as per manufacturer's instructions
Rotitherm roasting 3
200-220
as per manufacturer's instructions
Baguettes
Fan oven with ring
heating element
3
as per manufacturer's instructions
as per manufacturer's instructions
Fruit cake
Fan oven with ring
heating element
3
as per manufacturer's instructions
as per manufacturer's instructions
1) Turn chips 2 or 3 times during cooking
Roasting
Oven function: Fan oven with ring heating element
Ovenware for roasting
• Any heat-resistant ovenware is suitable to use for roasting. (Please follow the manufacturer's instructions.)
• We recommend roasting all lean meats in a roasting tin or dish with a lid . The meat
will be more succulent.
• All types of meat that must be browned or that are to have crackling can be roasted in
a roasting tin or dish without a lid .
Tips on using the Roasting Table
The information given in the following table is for guideline purposes only.
• We only recommend roasting meat and fish weighing 1 kg or more in the oven.
• To prevent meat juices escaping or fat from burning onto the pan, we recommend placing
some liquid in the roasting cookware.
• Turn the meat as required (after 1/2 - 2/3 of the cooking time).
• Use the cooking juices to baste large roasts and poultry several times during the cooking
time. This will give better roasting results.
• Switch the oven off approx. 10 minutes before the end of roasting time to make use of
the residual heat.
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Usage, tables and tips
Roasting Table
Food to be roasted
Fan oven with ring heating element
Shelf position
Temperature °C
Time in hrs:
mins.
Pork
shoulder, neck, ham joint (1,000-1,500g)
1
170-190
1:30-2:00
Chops,smoked loin of pork (1,000-1,500g) 1
180-200
1:00-1:30
Meat loaf (750-1,000 g)
1
180-200
0:45-1:00
Knuckle of pork (pre-cooked)
(750-1,000g)
1
170-190
1:30-2:00
Pot roast (1,000-1,500 g)
1
180-200
Roast beef or sirloin, per cm of thickness
1
210-230
Pot roast (1,000-1,500 g)
1
170-190
1:30-2:00
Knuckle of veal (1500-2000 g)
1
170-190
2:00-2:30
Leg of lamb (1,000-1,500 g)
1
170-190
1:15-2:00
Saddle of lamb (1,000-1,500 g)
1
180-200
1:00-1:30
Beef
2:00-2:30
1)
0:06-0:09 min.
per cm of
thickness
Veal
Lamb
Quick roast items cooked on a baking tray
Sausages 'cordon bleu'
1
220-230 1)
0:05-0:08
Small sausages
1
220-230
1)
0:12-0:15
Boneless cutlet or chops, breaded
1
220-230
1)
0:15-0:20
Rissoles
1
210-220 1)
0:15-0:20
1
210-220
0:45-1:15
Chicken, spring chicken (1,000-1,500g)
1
190-210
0:45-1:15
Chicken half (per 400-500 g)
1
200-220
0:35-0:50
Poultry pieces (per 200-250 g)
1
200-220
0:35-0:50
Duck (1500-2000 g)
1
180-200
1:15-1:45
Saddle of hare, leg of hare (up to 1,000g) 1
220-230 1)
0:25-0:40
Saddle of venison (1,500-2,000 g)
210-220
1:15-1:45
Fish (steamed)
Whole fish (1,000-1,500g)
Poultry
Game
1
Usage, tables and tips
Food to be roasted
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Fan oven with ring heating element
Shelf position
Leg of venison (1,500-2,000 g)
1
Temperature °C
200-210
Time in hrs:
mins.
1:30-2:15
1) Pre-heat oven
Single Economy Grill
Oven function: Single economy grill
with maximum temperature setting
Always grill with the oven door closed.
• For grilling, use both the oven shelf and the tray together.
• The grilling times are guidelines
Grilling Table
Food to be grilled
Oven level
Grilling time
1st side
2nd side
Slices of white bread 1)
3
6 - 8 mins.
3-5 mins.
Toast with topping
2
8-10 mins.
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1) Use the oven shelf without a tray
Rotitherm cooking
oven function: Rotitherm cooking
Type of dish
Temperature in °C
Tray
Oven
shelf
Shelf position
Grilling
time in
minutes
turn after…
minutes.
Chicken (900-1,000 g)
180-200
1
2
50-60
25-30
Stuffed rolled pork roast
(2,000 g)
180-200
1
2
90-95
45
Pasta bake
180
---
2
30
---
Potato au gratin
200
---
2
20-23
---
Gnocchi, au gratin
180
---
2
20-23
---
Cauliflower with Hollandaise 200
sauce
---
2
15
---
• Grilling is particularly suitable for flat pieces of meat or fish.
• Normally pre-heat for about 3 minutes to cook flat pieces of meat and fish with the fanassisted grill. Then put the food to be grilled in as per the table. Put a baking tray with
about 1 - 1.5 cm of water on level 1.
CAUTION!
Hot steam will also escape when the door is opened.
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Usage, tables and tips
Type of dish
Temperature in °C
Tray
Oven
shelf
Shelf position
Grilling
time in
minutes
turn after…
minutes.
Rissoles
230
1
3
14-18
6-8
Pork fillet
230
1
2
16-22
6-10
Grilled sausages
230
1
3
14-18
6-8
Fillet steaks, veal steaks
230
1
3
11-13
5-6
Fillet of beef, roast beef (ap- 230
prox. 1 kg)
1
2
20-24
10-12
Defrosting
Oven function: Defrosting/Drying
(Temperature setting 30°C)
• Unwrap the food and place it on a plate on the oven shelf.
• Do not cover with a plate or bowl, as these can substantially lengthen the defrosting
time.
• For defrosting, place the shelf in the 1st oven level from the bottom .
Defrosting Table
Dish
Defrosting
time (mins.)
Further defrosting time
(mins.)
Note
Chicken, 1,000 g
100-140
20-30
Place chicken on an upturned saucer in
a large plate. Turn halfway through
Meat, 1,000 g
100-140
20-30
Turn halfway through
Meat, 500 g
90-120
20-30
Turn halfway through
Trout, 150 g
25-35
10-15
---
Strawberries, 300 g
30-40
10-20
---
Butter, 250 g
30-40
10-15
---
Cream, 2 x 200 g
80-100
10-15
Cream can also be whipped when still
slightly frozen in places
Gateau, 1400 g
60
60
---
Drying
Oven function: Defrost/Drying
• Use trays covered with greaseproof paper or baking parchment.
• You will get a better result, if you switch the oven off halfway through the drying time,
open the door and leave it to cool down, preferably overnight.
Then finish drying the food to be dried.
Food to be dried
Temperature in °C
Oven level
1 level
2 levels
Time in hours (guideline)
Usage, tables and tips
Food to be dried
Temperature in °C
Oven level
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Time in hours (guideline)
Vegetables
Beans
75
2
2/4
6-9
Peppers (slices)
75
2
2/4
5-8
Vegetables for soup
75
2
2/4
5-6
Mushrooms
50
2
2/4
6-9
Herbs
40-50
2
2/4
2-4
Plums
75
2
2/4
8-12
Apricots
75
2
2/4
8-12
Apple slices
75
2
2/4
6-9
Pears
75
2
2/4
9-13
Fruit
Making preserves
Oven function: Fan oven with ring heating element
• When making preserves, only use commercially available preserving jars of the same size.
• Jars with twist-off or bayonet type lids and metal tins are not suitable.
• When making preserves, use the first shelf position from the bottom .
• Use the baking tray for making preserves. There is enough room on this for up to six
1litre preserving jars.
• The jars should all be filled to the same level and clamped shut.
• Place the jars on the baking tray so that they are not touching one another.
• Pour approx. 1/2 litre of water onto the baking tray so that sufficient moisture is produced in the oven.
• As soon as the liquid in the first jars starts to simmer (after approx. 35-60 minutes with
1 litre jars), switch the oven off or reduce the temperature to 100°C. (See table).
Preserves table
Temperature in
°C
Cooking time until
simmering in minutes.
Continue to cook at
100°C (in minutes).
Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, ripe gooseberries
160-170
35-45
---
Unripe gooseberries
160-170
35-45
10-15
160-170
35-45
10-15
Carrots 2)
160-170
50-60
5-10
Cucumbers
160-170
50-60
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Preserves 1)
Berries
Stone fruits
Pears, quinces, plums
Vegetables
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Usage, tables and tips
Temperature in
°C
Cooking time until
simmering in minutes.
Continue to cook at
100°C (in minutes).
Mixed pickles
160-170
50-60
15
Turnips, peas, asparagus
160-170
50-60
15-20
Preserves 1)
1) The times and temperatures for making preserves are for guideline purposes only.
2) Leave standing in the oven after switching off
Microwave
Information about operation
General
• After switching off the appliance, let the food stand for a few minutes (see Microwave
Tables: standing time).
• Remove aluminium foil packaging, metal containers, etc. before preparing the food.
Cooking
• If possible, cook food covered with material suitable for use in the microwave. Only cook
food uncovered, if a crust is to be kept.
• Chilled or frozen foods require a longer cooking time.
• Dishes containing sauce should be stirred from time to time.
• Vegetables that have a firm structure, such as carrots, peas or cauliflower, should be
cooked in water.
• Turn larger pieces about halfway through the cooking time.
• If possible, cut vegetables into similar sized pieces.
• Use flat, wide dishes.
Defrosting meat, poultry, fish
• Place the frozen, unwrapped food on a small upturned plate with a container underneath
or on a defrosting rack or plastic sieve so that the defrosting liquid can run off.
• Turn the food after half the defrosting time. If possible, divide and then remove pieces
that have started to defrost.
Defrosting butter, portions of gateau, quark
• Do not defrost completely in the appliance, but leave to defrost at room temperature.
This gives a more even result. Remove any metal or aluminium packaging or -parts
completely before defrosting.
Defrosting fruit, vegetables
• Do not completely defrost fruit and vegetables, which are to be further prepared while
still raw, in the appliance, but at room temperature.
• Fruit and vegetables that are to be cooked, can be cooked directly using a higher microwave power, without being defrosted.
Ready Meals
• Ready meals in metal packaging or plastic trays with metal covers may only be defrosted
or heated in the microwave if these are expressively designated as suitable for use in the
microwave.
• You must follow the manufacturer's instructions printed on the packaging (e. g. remove
metal cover and pierce plastic film).
Usage, tables and tips
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Suitable cookware and materials
Cookware/Material
Microwave
Defrosting
Ovenproof glass and porcelain (with no met- X
al components, e. g. Pyrex, heatproof glass)
Heating
Cooking
Single
economy
grill oven
X
X
X
--
--
--
Glass and glass ceramic made of ovenproof/ X
frostproof material (e. g. g. Arcoflam), grill
shelf
X
X
X
X
X
X
--
X
X
X
--
Cardboard, paper
X
--
--
--
Clingfilm
X
--
--
--
Roasting film with microwave safe closure
X
X
X
--
Roasting dishes made of metal, e. g. enamel, -cast iron
--
--
X
Baking tins, black lacquer or silicon-coated
--
--
--
X
Baking tray
--
--
--
X
X
X
--
X
X
X
Non-ovenproof glass and porcelain 1)
Ceramic 2), earthenware 2)
Heat-resistant plastic up to 200°C
3)
3)
3)
X
Browning cookware, e. g. Crostino or Crunch -plate
Ready meals in packaging 3)
X
1) With no silver, gold, platinum or metal plating/decorations
2) Without quartz or metal components, no metalliferous glaze
3) Please observe the maximum temperatures quoted by the manufacturer!
X suitable
-- not suitable
Other things to think about…
• Foods have different shapes and qualities. They are prepared in different amounts.
Therefore the necessary times and powers for defrosting, heating or cooking are all
different. As a rough guide: Double the amount = almost double the time
• When heating with the microwave the heat is produced in the food itself. For this reason
all places cannot be heated at the same time. The heated dishes should therefore be
stirred or turned, especially in the case of larger amounts of food.
• The standing time is given in the tables. Let the food stand, in the appliance or outside
it, so that the heat is distributed more evenly.
• You get better results for rice using flat, wide dishes.
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Usage, tables and tips
Microwave Cooking Table
Defrosting
Dish
Microwave
Size (g)
Power
(Watts)
Cook
time
min.
Standing
time (min.)
Things to note
Meat
Whole cuts of meat
500
200
10-12
10-15
Turn halfway through
Steak
200
200
3-5
5-10
Turn halfway through;
remove defrosted
parts
Mixed minced meat
500
200
10-15
10-15
Turn halfway through;
remove defrosted
parts
Goulash
500
200
10-15
10-15
Turn halfway through;
remove defrosted
parts
Chicken
1000
200
25-30
10-20
Turn halfway through;
cover defrosted parts
with aluminium foil
Chicken breast
100-200
200
3-5
10-15
Turn halfway through;
cover defrosted parts
with aluminium foil
Chicken thighs
100-200
200
3-5
10-15
Turn halfway through;
cover defrosted parts
with aluminium foil
Duck
2000
200
45-60
20-30
Turn halfway through;
cover defrosted parts
with aluminium foil
Whole Fish
500
100
10-15
15-20
Turn halfway through
Fish fillets
500
100
10-12
15-20
Turn halfway through
100
100
2-4
20-40
Turn halfway through
Quark
250
100
10-15
25-30
Remove aluminium
parts, turn halfway
through
Butter
250
100
3-5
15-20
Remove aluminium
parts, turn halfway
through
Poultry
Fish
Sausage
Sliced sausage
Dairy products
Usage, tables and tips
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Defrosting
Dish
Microwave
Size (g)
Power
(Watts)
Cook
time
min.
Standing
time (min.)
Things to note
Cheese
250
100
3-5
30-60
Remove aluminium
parts, turn halfway
through
Cream
200
100
7-12
20-30
Remove aluminium
top, stir halfway
through
Yeast dough
1 piece
100
2-3
15-20
Turn plate halfway
through
Cheesecake
1 piece
100
2-4
15-20
Turn plate halfway
through
Cake (gateau)
1 piece
100
1-2
15-20
Turn plate halfway
through
Dry cake (e. g. Pound
cake)
1 piece
100
2-4
15-20
Turn plate halfway
through
Fruit cake
1 piece
100
1-2
15-20
Turn plate halfway
through
Bread
1000
100
15-20
10-15
Turn halfway through
Sliced bread
500
100
8-12
10-15
Turn halfway through
Bread rolls
4 rolls
100
5-8
5-10
Turn halfway through
Strawberries
300
100
8-12
10-15
Defrost covered, stir
halfway through
Plums, cherries, raspberries, blackcurrants,
apricots
250
100
8-10
10-15
Defrost covered, stir
halfway through
Chocolate / Chocolate 150
coating
600
2-3
---
Stir halfway through
Butter
100
200
2-4
---
Stir halfway through
Baby food in jars
200
300
2-3
---
Stir halfway through;
check temperature!
Baby milk (bottle, 180
ml)
200
1000
0:200:40
---
Put spoon into bottle,
stir and check temperature!
Cakes/pastries
Fruit
Melting
Heating
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Usage, tables and tips
Defrosting
Dish
Microwave
Size (g)
Power
(Watts)
Cook
time
min.
Standing
time (min.)
Things to note
Convenience food
400-500
600
4-6
5
Remove any aluminium lids, turn halfway
through
Frozen ready meals
400-500
400
14-20
5
Remove any aluminium lids, turn halfway
through
Milk
1 cup ap1000
prox. 200 ml
1:151:45
---
Put spoon in the container
Water
1 cup ap1000
prox. 200 ml
1:30-2
---
Put spoon in the container
Sauce
200 ml
600
1-2
---
Stir halfway through
Soup
300 ml
600
2-4
---
Stir halfway through
Cooking
Dish
Microwave
Size (g)
Power
(Watts)
Cook
time
min.
Standing
time (min.)
Things to note
Whole fish
500
500
8-10
---
Cook covered, turn
container several times
during cooking
Fish fillets
500
500
6-8
---
Cook covered, turn
container several times
during cooking
Vegetables, short cooking time, fresh 1)
500
600
12-16
---
Add approx. 50 ml water, cook covered, stir
halfway through
Vegetables, short cooking time, frozen 1)
500
600
14-18
---
Add approx. 50 ml water, cook covered, stir
halfway through
Vegetables, long cooking 500
time, fresh 1)
600
14-20
Vegetables, long cooking 500
time, frozen 1)
600
18-24
---
Add approx. 50 ml water, cook covered, stir
halfway through
Boiled potatoes
1000
5-7
300 W /
15- 20
Cook covered, stir halfway through
800 g +
600 ml
Add approx. 50 ml water, cook covered, stir
halfway through
Usage, tables and tips
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Cooking
Dish
Microwave
Size (g)
Rice
300 g +
600 ml
Power
(Watts)
1000
Cook
time
min.
4-6
Standing
time (min.)
---
Things to note
Cook covered, stir halfway through
1) Cook all vegetables with a cover on the container. The times given are guidelines only and depend upon the
type and qualities of the foodstuffs.
Combi-Function Table
Oven functions: Fan oven with circular heating element
+ microwave
roasting
Type of dish
Baking/
roasting
dishes
Oven
function
Temp.
in °C
Microwave
Watt
+ microwave
Shelf
position
Time in
min.
or Rotitherm
Remarks
Bake / quark Gratin dish
bake
on oven shelf
+
180
600
1
25-35
Bake/ Gratin Gratin dish
on oven shelf
+
180
600
1
30-40
Duck 2,000
g
Glassware on
rack
+
First
230
then
180
300
300
1
40-60
Turn after 15
min. then
180°C, 10 min.
standing time
Fish fillets
350 g
Glassware on
rack
+
230
600
1
15-20
Stuffed, rolled,
seasoned
Fish gratin
1,400 g
Glassware
+
180
300
1
30-40
Poultry,
whole
Glassware on
rack
+
200
300
1
30-40
Turn after 20
min.
Chicken
halves
Glassware on
rack
+
200
300
1
25-35
Turn after 15
min.
Meatloaf
650g
Glassware on
rack
+
180
300
1
30-40
5 min. standing
time
Chicken
drumsticks
Glassware on
rack
+
210
600
1
20-25
Turn after 15
min.
Roast veal,
1,000 g
Glassware on
rack
+
210
300
1
30-40
Turn after 25
mins., uncovered, 5 min.
standing time
Potato gratin
Glassware on
rack
+
180
600
1
20-25
Put cheese on
top
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Usage, tables and tips
Type of dish
Baking/
roasting
dishes
Oven
function
Temp.
in °C
Leg of lamb
with bone
1,000g
Glassware on
rack
+
180
Leg of lamb, Glassware on
boned
rack
1,000g
+
Lasagne
1,200g
Gratin dish
on oven shelf
Pasta bake
1,800g
Microwave
Watt
Shelf
position
Time in
min.
Remarks
300
1
30-40
5 min. standing
time
200
300
1
30-40
5 min. standing
time
+
230
400
1
25-30
Gratin dish
on oven shelf
+
230
400
1
30-35
Stir after 20
min.
Stuffed
pepper
Glassware on
rack
+
230
400
1
20-25
Pepper halves
with cheese/
vegetable filling
Roast beef,
1,000 g
Glassware on
rack
+
180
400
1
60-70
10 min. standing time, turn
once, cook covered
Roast pork,
neck 1,200g
Glassware on
rack
+
230
400
1
55-65
5 min. standing
time, turn once
The cooking times and temperatures are guidelines only and depend upon the type and
qualities of the foodstuffs.
Tips for the microwave
Result
Remedy
You cannot find details for the amount of Look for a similar food. Increase or shorten the length
food prepared.
of the cooking times according to the following rule:
Double the amount = almost double the time Half
the amount = half the time
The food has got too dry.
Set shorter cooking time or select lower microwave
power.
The food is still not defrosted, hot or
cooked after the time has elapsed.
Set longer cooking time or select higher microwave
power. Please note that taller dishes need longer.
After the cooking time has elapsed, the
food is overheated at the edge but is still
not ready in the middle.
Next time select a lower power and a longer time. Stir
liquids, e. g. soup, halfway through.
Test dishes in accordance with IEC 60705
(Microwave power 1,000 Watt)
The quality and function of microwave appliances are tested by test institutes using special
dishes.
Usage, tables and tips
Dish
Power
(Watts)
Oven
functions
Oven
level
Cook
Time
min.
Standing
time (min.)
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Note
Egg custard
(12.3.1)
300
Glass
base
30-40
120
Turn dish once after half
the time has elapsed
Sponge mix
(12.3.2)
600
Glass
base
8-10
5
Cooking meat
loaf (12.3.3)
500
Glass
base
20-22
5
Potato gratin
(12.3.4)
500
1
40
5
Cake (12.3.5)
200
2
20
5
Grilled chicken 300
1,200 g
(12.3.6)
1
35
5
Turn after 15 min
Defrosting
mince (13.3.)
100
Glass
base
15-20
5
Turn after half the time,
remove defrosted parts
Defrosting
raspberries (B.
2.1)
100
Glass
base
11-13
5
Cover
Cover, turn dish once
halfway through cooking time
Programmes
The appliance has 12 programmed functions, which can be selected one after the other
using the Baking/Roasting Programmes button.
For settings, see section Additional Functions: Microwave Programmes.
Programme
Function
Recipe
weight
Time according
to presetting
Keep
Warm
function
"HH"
Presetting
min.
max.
Poultry
1,000 g
100 g
1,500 g
19 min.
40 seconds,
No
P2
Meat
800 g
100 g
1,500 g
17 min.
36 seconds,
No
P3
Fish
1,000 g
100 g
1,500 g
15 min.
20 seconds,
No
P4
Bread
500 g
100 g
1,500 g
6 min.
No
P1
Defrosting
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Usage, tables and tips
Programme
P5
Function
weight
Presetting
min.
max.
Time according
to presetting
Keep
Warm
function
"HH"
Frozen
Vegetables,
small + 50
ml water
800 g
100 g
1,000 g
15 min.
44 seconds,
Yes
P6
Frozen
Vegetables,
large + 50
ml water
800 g
100 g
1,000 g
22 min.
56 seconds,
Yes
P7
Fresh vegetables,
small + 50
ml water
800 g
100 g
1,000 g
24 min.
No
P8
Fresh vegetables,
large + 50
ml water
800 g
100 g
1,000 g
26 min.
40 seconds,
No
P9
Potatoes +
100 ml water
600 g
100 g
1,000 g
17 min.
12 seconds,
No
P 10
Fish
1,000 g
100 g
1,000 g
21 min.
40 seconds,
Yes
Potato gratin
1,000 g
400 g
1,800 g
30 min.
Yes
Chicken
1,000 g
400 g
1,400 g
30 min.
Yes
P 11
Boiling
Recipe
Combi
Function
+
P 12
+
POTATO GRATIN (serves 4-5)
Ingredients:
• 750 g potatoes
• 100 g Gruyère or Emmental cheese, grated
• 1 egg
• 75 ml milk or cream
• 2 tablespoons butter
Cleaning and care
45
• 1/2 tablespoon thyme
• 1 clove of garlic, peeled
• Salt, pepper, nutmeg
Preparation:
Peel potatoes, cut into approx. 3 mm thick slices, dry and then season with salt and pepper.
Place half of the potato slices in a greased, oven-proof dish. Sprinkle some grated cheese
over them. Layer the rest of the potato slices over this and sprinkle the rest of the cheese
on the top.
Crush the clove of garlic and beat it together with the eggs, milk and thyme. Season the
mixture with salt and pour over the potatoes.
Place knobs of butter on the gratin.
Setting
P 11 POTATO GRATIN
Oven level
2
Cook Time
30 min.
CHICKEN 1200 G
Ingredients:
• 1 chicken (1,000 - 1,200 g)
• 2 tablespoons oil
• Salt, pepper, paprika and curry powder
Preparation:
Wash the chicken and dry it with kitchen paper.
Mix the spices with the oil and use the mixture to coat the chicken evenly inside and out.
Then place the chicken, breast-side down, in an ovenproof dish or glass dish with perforated
insert (special accessory).
Halfway through the roasting time turn the chicken.
After the first acoustic signal, check how the meat is cooking. If necessary, leave it to cook
for the remaining roasting time until the second acoustic signal (approx. 10 min.) sounds.
Setting
P 12 CHICKEN 1200 G
Oven level
2
Cook Time
30 min.
Cleaning and care
WARNING!
For cleaning, the appliance must be switched off and cooled down.
WARNING!
For safety reasons, do not clean the appliance with steam jet or high-pressure cleaning
equipment!
CAUTION!
Do not use any scouring agents, sharp cleaning tools or scourers.
CAUTION!
Do not use any rough, polishing cleaners or sharp metal scrapers to clean the glass that
can scratch the surface, as this can cause the glass to break.
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Cleaning and care
The outside of the appliance
• Wipe down the front of the appliance with a soft cloth and a solution of hot water and
washing-up liquid.
• For metal fronts, use normal commercially available cleaning agents.
• Please do not use any scouring agents or abrasive sponges.
Oven interior
Clean the oven after every use. This is the easiest way to remove dirt which then cannot
burn on.
1. When the oven door is opened, the oven light switches itself on automatically.
2. Wipe out the oven after every use with a solution of washing-up liquid and then dry
it.
Remove stubborn dirt with special oven cleaners.
When using oven sprays, please follow the manufacturer's instructions exactly!
Accessories
Wash up all insertable parts (oven shelf, baking tray, side rails, etc.) after each use and dry
well. For easier cleaning, leave to soak for a while.
Side rails
The left and right-hand side rails can be removed from the oven, so that the side walls of
the oven can be cleaned.
Removing the side rails
To remove rails, take hold of them and then raise
and lift them out of the mounts.
If something is wrong…
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Replacing the side rails
To insert rails, re-insert them into the mounts and
lower them.
Oven lighting
WARNING!
Risk of electric shock! Before replacing the oven light bulb:
• Switching the oven off!
• Take the fuses out of the fuse box or switch off.
To protect the oven light bulb and the glass cover, lay a cloth on the floor of the oven.
Replacing the side oven light bulb/Cleaning the glass cover
1. Take out the side rails on the left.
2. Take off the glass cover by turning it anticlockwise and clean it.
3. If necessary: Replace with halogen oven
light bulb 25 Watt, 230V, G9, 300°C heatresistant.
Always take hold of the halogen light bulb
with a cloth to avoid burning on grease residues.
4. Refit the glass cover.
5. Replacing the side rails.
If something is wrong…
Problem
The oven is not heating
up
Possible cause
Remedy
The oven has not been switched on Switch the oven on
The clock has not been set
Set the current time on the clock
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Problem
Possible cause
Remedy
The required settings have not
been made
Check the settings
The oven's automatic switch-off
has been triggered
See Automatic switch-off
The child safety device is activated. Switching off the child safety device
The fuse in the house's electrical
Check fuse. If the fuses trip several
wiring (fuse box) has been tripped times, please call a qualified electrician
The microwave is not
working
The oven door is not properly
closed
Close the oven door
The door seals and door seal surfaces are dirty
Clean door seals and door seal surfaces
The Start button was not touched Press the Start button
The oven lighting is not
operating
The oven light bulb is faulty
"d" is lit in the display Test mode is switched on
and the oven is not heating up. Fan not operating
Replace oven light bulb
Switch off the appliance. Press and
hold the and buttons at the
same time, until signal sounds and
"d" display goes out.
If you are unable to remedy the problem by following the above suggestions, please
contact your dealer or the Customer Care Department.
WARNING!
Repairs to the appliance must only be carried out by qualified service engineers. Considerable danger to the user may result from improper repairs.
In the event of incorrect operation, visits by engineers from Customer Service or the dealer
may be chargeable, even during the warranty period.
Information for appliances with metal fronts: Due to the cool front of your appliance, there
may be short-term condensation of the inner door glass after opening the door, during or
shortly after baking or roasting.
Installation instructions
CAUTION!
The new appliance may only be installed and connected by a registered installation engineer.
Please comply with this instruction. If you do not, any damage resulting is not covered by
the warranty.
To prevent future hazards, damaged mains cables must only be replaced by a qualified
electrician.
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Safety instructions for the installer
• The set-up of the electrical installation is arranged so that the appliance can be isolated
from the mains with a minimum 3mm all-pole contact separation.
Suitable separation devices include e. g. cut-outs, fuses (screw fuses are to be taken out
of the holder), RCD's and contactors.
• The site must provide a connection to the electrical supply by means of a socket that is
accessible and outside the configuration space.
• The installer must provide anti-shock protection.
• The built-in unit must meet the stability requirements of DIN 68930.
1a
380-383
min.
560
20
13
592
388
375
min.
550
567
592
252
50
1b
592
380-383
380
20
13
min.
560
388
375
min.
550
388
567
592
252
51
1c
592
380-383
20
13
388
375
380
388
380
min.
550
min. 560
375
388
375
567
592
252
52
3
90 0
4
20
2x3,5x25
13
Disposal
53
Disposal
The symbol
on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be
treated as household waste. Instead it should be taken to the appropriate collection point
for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed
of correctly, you will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste handling of
this product. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact
your local council, your household waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased
the product.
Packaging material
The packaging material is environmentally-friendly and recyclable. Plastic parts are marked
with international abbreviations such as PE, PS, etc. Dispose of the packaging material in
the containers provided for this purpose at your local waste management facility.
WARNING!
Your appliance should be made inoperable before it is disposed of, so that it does not
constitute a danger.
To do this, take the mains plug from the socket and remove the mains cable from the
appliance.
Customer service
In the event of technical faults you should first check whether you can solve the problem
yourself with the help of the instructions in the section "What to do if...".
Contact your local customer service centre or one of our authorised dealers if you are unable
to solve the problem yourself.
To help us assist you more quickly, we will need the following information:
• Model description
• Product number (PNC)
• Serial number
(for numbers see rating plate)
• Type of fault
• any error messages displayed by the appliance
Note down the relevant numbers of your appliance here, so that you always have them on
hand when needed:
Model description: .....................................
Prod. no. (PNC): .....................................
Serial no.: .....................................
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GB
Guarantee/Customer Service
IE
Guarantee/Customer Service
GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND
Standard guarantee conditions
We, Electrolux, undertake that if within 12 months of the date of the purchase this Electrolux appliance or any part thereof is proved to be defective by reason only of faulty
workmanship or materials, we will, at our option repair or replace the same FREE OF CHARGE
for labour, materials or carriage on condition that:
• Appliance has been correctly installed and used only on the electricity supply stated on
the rating plate.
• Appliance has been used for normal domestic purposes only, in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
• Appliance hasn't been serviced, maintained, repaired, taken apart or tampered with by
person not authorised by us.
• Electrolux Service Force Centre must undertake all service work under this guarantee
• Any appliance or defective part replaced shall become the Company's property.
• This guarantee is in addition to your statutory and other legal rights.
Exclusions
• Damage, calls resulting from transport, improper use, neglect, light bulbs, removable
parts of glass, plastic.
• Costs for calls to put right appliance which is improperly installed, calls to appliances
outside United Kingdom.
• Appliances found to be in use within a commercial environment, plus those which are
subject to rental agreements.
• Products of Electrolux manufacturer that are not marketed by Electrolux
Service and Spare Parts
If your appliance requires service or spare parts, contact your local Service Force Centre:
0870 5 929 929 (Call will be routed to Service Force Centre covering your postcode area).
For address of local Service Force Centre and further information, please visit: www.serviceforce.co.uk
Before calling out an engineer, please ensure you have read the details under the heading
"What to do if..."
When you contact the Service Force Centre you will need to give the following details:
Your name, address and postcode, your telephone number, clear concise details of the fault,
model and serial number of the appliance (found on the rating plate), the purchase date.
Please note a valid purchase receipt or guarantee documentation is required for in guarantee service calls.
Customer Care
For general enquiries concerning your Electrolux appliance, or for information on Electrolux
products, contact our Customer Care Department by letter or telephone at the address
below or visit our website at www.electrolux.co.uk
Customer Care Department, Electrolux Major Appliances, Addington Way, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU4 9QQ
European Guarantee
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Tel: (Calls may be recorded for training purposes)
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Tel: +353 (0)1 4090751, Email: service.eid@electrolux.ie
European Guarantee
This appliance is guaranteed by Electrolux in each of the countries listed at the back of this
user manual, for the period specified in the appliance guarantee or otherwise by law. If you
move from one of these countries to another of the countries listed, the appliance guarantee will move with you subject to the following qualifications:• The appliance guarantee starts from the date you first purchased the appliance which
will be evidenced by production of a valid purchase document issued by the seller of the
appliance.
• The appliance guarantee is for the same period and to the same extent for labour and
parts as exists in your new country of residence for this particular model or range of
appliances.
• The appliance guarantee is personal to the original purchaser of the appliance and cannot
be transferred to another user.
• The appliance is installed and used in accordance with instructions issued by Electrolux
and is only used within the home, i.e. is not used for commercial purposes.
• The appliance is installed in accordance with all relevant regulations in force within your
new country of residence.
The provisions of this European Guarantee do not affect any of the rights granted to you
by law.
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