Russell Hobbs RHBEOCH60SS Instruction manual

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Built in Oven and Ceramic Hob
MODEL : RHBEOCH60SS
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DEAR CUSTOMER,
Congratulations on purchasing the Russell Hobbs oven set as its exceptionally easy to use and
extremely efficient. After reading the instruction manual, you will find that operating the oven
will be easy.
Before being packaged and leaving the manufacturer, the oven was thoroughly checked with
regard to safety and functionality.
Before using the appliance, please read the instruction manual carefully.
By following these instructions carefully, you will be able to avoid any problems in using the
appliance.
It is important to keep the instruction manual and store it in a safe place so that it can be
consulted at any time.
It is necessary to follow the instructions in the manual carefully in order to avoid possible
accidents.
Caution!
Do not use the oven until you have read this instruction manual.
The oven is intended for house hold use only.
The manufacturer reserves the right to introduce changes which do not affect
the operation of the appliance.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety instructions
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Description of the appliance
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Installation ............................................................... 9
Operation..................................................................15
Cleaning and maintenance .................................................. 20
Using in the oven - practical hints ............................................ 24
Technical specification ......................................................30
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................... 30
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE;
Ensure there is a grounded socket nearby (behind the unit).
A dedicated power circuit is recommended for the unit but not required. Additional electrical
appliances on the same circuit may exceed the current (amperage) rating for that circuit. The
circuit breaker trips or the fuse fails on a repeated basis, then a dedicated circuit will likely
required.
!The appliance must be installed only by a qualified person in compliance with the
instructions provided. Incorrect installation may cause harm to persons, animals or may
damage property.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for improper installation which may harm
persons and animals and damage property.
Important: The power supply to the appliance must be cut off before any adjustments or
maintenance work is done.
SAFEGUARDS:
When using this product, basic precautions should always be taken, including the following:
Your built-in oven is a classified electrical appliance. As with any electrical appliance and
particularly with electric elements, basic precautions must be followed in order to reduce the risk
of fire, burns, electrical shocks and/or other serious injuries or death.
! The appliance becomes hot during operation. Take care not to touch the hot parts inside
the oven.
! Always keep children away from the oven.
While in operation direct contact with the oven may cause burns!
! Ensure that small items of household equipment, including connection leads, do not touch
the hot oven or the hob as the insulation material of this equipment is usually not resistant
to high temperatures.
! Do not leave the cooker unattended when frying. Oils and fats may catch fire due to
overheating or boiling over.
Do not put pans weighing over 15 Kg on the open door of the oven and pans over 25 kg
on the hob.
! Do not use harsh cleaning agents or sharp metal objects to clean the door as they can
scratch the surface which could result in the glass cracking.
! Do not use the cooker in the event of a technical fault. Any faults must be fixed by an
appropriately qualified and authorised person.
! In the event of any incident caused by a technical fault, disconnect the power and report
the fault to the service center to be repaired.
! The rules and provisions contained in this instruction manual should be strictly observed.
Do not allow anybody who is not familiar with the contents of this instruction manual to
operate the unit.
! The oven should not be cleaned using steam cleaning equipment.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
! The panels adjacent to the oven must be made of heat - resistant material .
! Cabinets with a veneer exterior must be assembled with glues which can withstand temperatures of up to 100℃.
! Keep combustible materials , such as : curtains , drapes , furniture , pillows , clothing , linens ,
bedding , paper , etc . , at least 3 feet ( 0 . 9 meters ) from the front sides and rear of the oven .
Do not use this unit in areas where gas paint or other flammable liquids or their associated
vapors may be present .
! To reduce the risk of fire , do not place or install this unit in areas where the ventilation or
circulation ducts may become blocked . Make sure there are at least 1 . 77 inches ( 45mm ) of
space between the back of your oven and the wall . keep some distance on each side of
your oven that you can use that distance flowing installing instructions .
! The unit ' s power cord must be connected to a properly grounded and protected , 220 - 240V
electrical outlet . Always use ground fault protection where required by the electrical code . To
reduce the risk of fire , avoid running the power cord under rugs , carpets , etc . Keep the power
cord away from high traffic areas where it may pose a tripping hazard .
! Avoid the use of an extension cord , which may overheat and cause a fire .
! When transporting or storing the unit , keep it in a dry location , free from dust , excessive
vibration or other factors , which may damage the unit .
! Do not operate any oven with a damaged cord or plug or after the element malfunctions , has
been dropped or damaged in any manner . Return the oven to authorized service facility for
examination , electrical or mechanical adjustment , or repair .
! Use this oven only as described in this manual . Any other use not recommended by the
manufacturer may cause fire , electric shock , or injury to persons .
! Must not be used by children, persons with reduced capacity etc.
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HOW TO SAVE ENERGY
Using energy in a responsible way not only saves
money but also helps the
environment. So let's save
energy! And this is how you
can do it:
! Do not remove the content from pots or pans
too often (a watched pot never boils !)
Do not open the oven door unnecessarily
often.
! Switch off the oven in good time and
make use of residual heat.
For long cooking times, switch off heating
zones 5 to 10 minutes before finishing
cooking, this saves up to 20% on energy.
Only use the oven when cooking larger
dishes.
Meat of up to 1 kg can be prepared more
economically in a pan on the cooker hob.
! Make use of residual heat from the
oven.
If the cooking time is greater than 40 minutes
switch off the oven 10 minutes
before the end time.
Important! When using the timer, set
appropriately shorter cooking times
according to the dish being
prepared.
! Make sure the oven door is properly
closed.
Heat can leak through spillages on the door
seals. Clean up any spillages immediately.
! Do not install the cooker in the direct
vicinity of refrigerators/freezers.
Otherwise energy consumption increases
unnecessarily.
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UNPACKING
DISPOSAL OF THE APPLIANCE
Old appliances should not simply be disposed of with normal
household waste , but should
be delivered to a collection and
recycling center for electric and
electronic equipment .A symbol
shown on the product,the
During transportation , protec tive packaging was used to
protect the appliance against
any damage . After unpacking,please dispose of all
elements of packaging in a
way that will not cause dam age to the environment.
instruction manual or the packaging shows
that it is suitable for recycling.
All materials used for packaging the appliance are environmentally friendly; they are
100% recyclable and are marked with the
appropriate symbol.
Materials used inside the appliance are
recyclable and are marked with information
concerning this . By recycling materials or
Caution! During unpacking,the packaging materials (polythene bags,polystyrene
pieces,etc.)should be kept out of reach of
other parts from used devices you are making
a significant contribution to the protection of
our environment.
children.
Information on appropriate disposal centers
for used devices can be provided by your
local authority.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE APPLIANCE
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2 Oven function selection knob
3,4,5,6 Heating zone control knobs
7 Temperature regulator signal light red
8 Cooker operation signal light yellow
9 Oven door handle
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SPECIFICATIONS OF THE APPLIANCE
Baking tray
Grill Rack
(drying rack)
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INSTALLATION
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! The kitchen area should be dry, aired
and equipped with efficient ventilation.
When installing the oven, easy access to
all control elements should be ensured.
! This is a Y-type design built-in oven,
which means that its back wall and one
side wall can be placed next to a high
piece of furniture or wall. Coating or
veneer used on fitted furniture must
withstand a heat-resistant adhesive
(100℃) to prevent surface deformation or detachment of the coating.
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! Make an opening with the dimensions
given in the diagram for the oven to be
fitted.
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! Make sure the mains plug is disconnected
and then connect the oven to the main
supply.
! Insert the oven completely into the opening without allowing the four screws in the
places shown in the diagram to fall out.
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INSTALLATION
Selection of the installation equipment
Drill holes on the table surface according to the sizes shown in the drawing. For the purpose
of installation and use, a minimum of 50 mm space shall be preserved around the hole.
Be sure the thickness of the table surface is at least 30mm. Please select heat-resistant
table material to avoid larger deformation caused by the heat radiation from the hob.
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Important
There must be a minimum distance of 100 mm between the hole
and the wall or adjoining cupboard. If the hob is more than 30
mm thick, or if it is placed on a false top, the ventilation cover
must be fitted as shown in the figure 1.
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Placement
Your appliance could be installed above a drawer, a cupboard with door or an oven.
- To install your appliance above a drawer
The electronic circuits of the hob must be cooled by a
current of fresh air as shown in the diagram, and the points
below must be carefully complied with. The greater distance
between the hob and the cupboard underneath it, the better
the hob will function as shown in the figure 2.
Important:
Your hob needs an air inlet at the rear and an air outlet at the front.
Figure2
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INSTALLATION
- To install your appliance above a cupboard
with drawer
When the air outlet is underneath the hob:
Ideally, an air outlet grill should be placed between
the heating zone and the cupboard door. It will be easy to
install if the cross bar is small.
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If the cross bar is rectangular or the
heating zone is closed off, make a beveled cut
to free the air outlet as shown in figure 3.
- To install your appliance above an oven
The hob may be flush-mounted above an oven, remove the front
cross bar of the cupboard to leave a minimum space of 5 mm free
as the oven has an upper ventilation system in figure 4.
Figure3
Figure4
Preparation
Remove the packaging materials (polythene bags, polystyrene pieces, etc.) and make sure
the appliance all sides are stuck securely.
Final fitting of the appliance
Fix the hob on the table by screwing four brackets on the bottom of hob (see picture) after
installation. Adjust the bracket position to suit for different table top thickness.
Screw
Bracket
Base
Screw Hole
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INSTALLATION
Electrical connection
Warning!
All electrical work should be carried out by a
qualified and authorised electrician.
Fitting guidelines
The oven is manufactured to work with
three-phase alternating current (230V
/50Hz).The connection diagram is also
found on the cover of the connection box.
Remember that the connection wire should
match the connection type and the power
rating of the oven.
The connection cable must be secured in a
strain-relief clamp.
Warning!
Remember to connect the safety circuit to the
connection box terminal marked with
.The
electrictity supply for the oven must have a
safety switch which enables the power to be
cut off in case of emergency.The distance
between the working contacts of the safety
switch must be at least 3 mm .
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Before connecting the oven to the power
supply it is important to read the information
on the rating label and the connection diagram.
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INSTALLATION
Electrical connection
Warning!
All electrical work should be carried out by a qualified and authorised electrician.
Fitting guidelines
The oven is manufactured to work with three–phase alternating current (400V 3N~50Hz).
The voltage rating of the oven heating elements is 230V. Adapting the oven to operate
with one-phase current is possible by appropriate bridging in the connection box according
to the connection diagram below. The connection diagram is also found on the cover of the
connection box. Remember that the connection wire should match the connection type and
the power rating of the oven.
CONNECTION DIAGRAM
Caution! Voltage of heating elements 230V
Caution! In the event of any connection the safety
wire must be connected to the
PE terminal
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For 230 V earthed one–phase
connection, bridges connect 1–2–3
terminals and 4–5 terminals, safety
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wire to
Recommended
type
of connection
lead
H05VV-F3G4
For 400/230V earthed three–phase
connection, bridges connect 4–5 terminals, phases in succession 1,2 and
.
3, earth to 4–5, the safety wire to
H05VV-F5G1,5
The connection cable must be secured in a strain–relief clamp.
Warning!
Remember to connect the safety circuit to the connection box terminal marked with . The
electricity supply for the cooker must have a safety switch which enables the power to be cut
off in case of emergency. The distance between the working contacts of the safety switch
must be at least 3 mm.
Before connecting the oven to the power supply it is important to read the information on
the rating label and the connection diagram.
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OPERATION
Before first use
!Remove packaging, clean the interior of the
oven and the hob .
!Take out and wash the oven fittings with
warm water and a little washing-up liquid.
!Switch on the ventilation in the room or
open a window.
!Heat the oven (to a temperature of 250℃ ,
for approx,30 min.),remove any stains and
wash carefully;the heating zones of the hob
should be heated for around 4 min.without
a pan.
Important!
The inside of the oven should only be washed
with warm water and a small amount of washing-up liquid.
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OPERATION
Controlling the heating zones of the ceramic hob.
Choice of cookware
Choose a pan with a diameter that is at least as large as the heating zone .Do not use pans
with a concave or convex base .Always remember to put a proper cover on the. We pan
recommend the use of pans with thick.
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Heat level selection
The heating zones have different levels of heat .The level of heat can be adjusted gradually
by turning the knob to the desired position.
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MIN.Warming up
Stewing vegetables,slow cooking
Slow frying
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Cooking soups,larger dishes
Grilling meat, fish
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MAX.Fast heating up ,fast cooking,frying
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OPERATION
Zone heating indicator
If the temperature of a heating zone exceeds
50°C this is signed by an indicator which
lights up for that zone.
When the heating indicator lights up it warns
the person using the hob against touching
the hot heating zone
.
For about 5 to 10 minutes after the heating
zone is switched off it will still have residual
heat that can be used, for example to warm
up or keep dishes warm.
Zone heating indicator
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OPERATION
Oven with automatic air circulation
(including fan)
Possible settings of the oven function
knob
The oven can be warmed up using the bottom
and top elements, as well as the grill. Operation
of the oven is controlled by the oven function
knob to set a required function you should
turn the knob to the selected position.
Separate oven lighting
By setting the knob to this position
the lighting inside the oven is
switched on, e.g. use when washing
the oven chamber.
Caution!
At this oven function knob position,
when setting the temperature regulator to a position other than zero, the
red light may go on, although the oven
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as well as the temperature regulator knob
to set a required function you should turn
the knob to the selected position.
Bottom and top elements ON
Setting the knob to this position
allows the oven to be heated
conventionally.
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Fan , bottom and top elements ON
At this knob position the oven
executes the cake function . Conventional oven with a fan.
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Caution!
When the
functions have been
selected but the temperature knob is
set to zero only the fan will be on. With
this function you can cool the dish or
the oven chamber.
The oven can be switched off by setting both
of these knobs to the position “●”/”○”.
Caution!
When selecting any heating function (switching a element on etc.) the
oven will only be switched on after
the temperature has ben set by the
temperature regulator knob.
Grill elements ON
Setting the knob to this position
allows dishes to be grilled on
the rack.
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OPERATION
Combined grill
(Grill and the top element)
When the “combined grill” is active it enables grilling with the grill
and with the top element switched on at the
same time. This function allows a higher temperature at the top of the cooling area, which
causes more intense browning of the dish and
permits larger portions to be grilled.
Fan and combined grill ON.
When the knob is turned to this
position, the oven activates the
combined grill and fan function.
In practice, this function allows
the grilling process to be speeded
up and an improvement in the taste of the
dish. You should only use the grill with the
oven door shut.
Switching on the oven is indicated by two
signal lights, yellow and red, turning on. The
yellow light, turned on means the oven is working.
If the red light goes out, it means the oven
has reached the set temperature, If a recipe
recommends placing dishes in a warmed-up
oven, this should not be done before the red
light goes out for the first time. When baking,
the red light will temporarily come on and go
out (to maintain the temperature inside the
oven). The yellow signal light may also turn
on at the knob position of “oven chamber
lighting”.
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OPERATION
Fast oven heat-up
Use of the grill
In ovens with automatic air circulation,
equipped with a fan and an heater, the fast
heat-up function may be used the oven will
reach a temperature of 150℃within
approximately 4 minutes.
The grilling process operates through infrared
rays emitted onto the dish by the incandescent grill element.
Mode of operation:
! set the oven knob to the position marked
! set the oven function to the position of
! heat the oven for approximately 5 minutes
In order to switch on the grill you need to:
with
convection fan and bottom heater,
(with the oven door shut).
! set the temperature regulator knob to the
! insert a tray with a dish onto the appropri-
position of 150 ℃,
ate cooking level, and if you are grilling
on the grate insert a tray for dripping on
the level immediately below (under the
grate).
! the oven door shut.
! the oven warms up to the temperature of
150℃(or lower if set); the oven reaching
the temperature is signed by the red
light of the temperature regulator going
off,
! now put the tray with dough into the
oven,
! set the oven function knob to the selected
heating mode, (see the chapter Baking in
the oven-practical hints).
For grilling and combined grill the
temperature must be set to 250℃,
but for the grill function with fan
it must be set to a maximum of 200℃.
Important!
When the fast oven heat-up function has been selected, the chamber
should not contain a baking tray with
dough or other elements that do not
constitute the oven fittings.
The fast heat-up function is not recommended for use with the time set.
Caution!
The grill should be used with the oven
door shut.
When the grill is in use, accessible
parts can become hot.
It is recommended to keep children
away from the oven.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Caution!
Do not use cleaning products containing abrasive materials for the cleaning
and maintenance of the glass front
panel.
By ensuring proper cleaning and maintenance of your cooker you can have a significant influence on the continuing life
operation of your appliance.
Before you start cleaning, the cooler must
be switched off and you should ensure
that all knobs are set to the “●”/”0”position. Do not start cleaning until the cooker
has completely cooled.
For example
steam cleaning﹡:
-pour 250ml of water (1 glass) into a bowl
placed in the oven on the first level from
the bottom,
-close the oven door,
-set the temperature knob to 50℃, and
the function knob to the bottom heater
position,
-heat the oven chamber for approximately
30 minutes,
-open the oven door, wipe the chamber
inside with a cloth or sponge and wash using warm water with washing-up liquid.
Caution! Possible moisture or water
residues under the cooler can result from
steam cleaning.
Caution ! The some sharp part should always
be protected by adjusting the cover (just
push it with your thumb). Injuries are possible so be careful when using this instrument-keep out of reach of children.
Oven
! The oven should be cleaned after every
use, after the temperature of the oven is
cool. When cleaning the oven the lighting
should be switched on to enable you to
see the surfaces better.
! The oven chamber should only be washed
with warm water and a small amount of
washing-up liquid.
! After cleaning the oven chamber wipe it
dry.
! After cleaning the oven chamber wipe it
dry.
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CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Replacement of the oven light bulb
In order to avoid the possibility of an
electric shock ensure that the appliance is
switched off before replacing the bulb.
! Set all control knobs to the position”●”/”0”
and disconnect the mains plug,
cover and
then wipe it dry.
! unscrew the light bulb from the socket,
replace the bulb with a new one high
temperature bulb (300℃) with the following parameters:
-voltage230 V
-power 25 W
-thread E14.
! unscrew and wash the lamp
Oven light bulb
! Screw the bulb in, making sure it is properly inserted into the ceramic socket.
! Screw in the lamp cover.
*optional
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Door removal
Removal of the internal glass
Panel
Unscrew and unfasten the plastic latch that
In order to obtain easier access to the oven
chamber for cleaning. Close the door lightly, lift
and pull it out towards you. In order to fit the
door back on to the cooker, do the inverse.
When fitting, ensure that the notch of the
hinge is correctly placed on the protrusion
of the hinge holder. After the door is fitted to
the oven, the safety catch should be carefully
lowered down again. If the safety catch is not
set it may cause damage to the hinge when
closing the door.
is in the corner at the top of the door. Next
take out the glass from the second blocking
mechanism and remove. After cleaning, insert
and block the glass panel, and screw in the
blocking mechanism.
Removal of the intemal glass panel
Door removal
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OPERATION IN CASE OF EMERGENCY
In the event of an emergency, you should:
! switch off all working functions of the cooker
! disconnect the mains plug
! call the service center
! Some minor faults can be fixed by referring to the instructions given in the table
below. Before calling the customer support centre or the service centre check the
following points that are presented in the table.
PROBLEM
REASON
ACTION
The appliance does not
work.
break in power supply
check the household fuse
box,if there is a blown fuse
replace it with a new one
The oven lighting does not
work
the bulb is loose or damaged
tighten up or replace the
blown bulb (see chapter
Cleaning and Maintenance)
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USING IN THE OVEN-PRACTICAL HINTS
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Cooking
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we recommend using the baking trays which were provided with your cooker;
it is also possible to bake in cake tins and trays bought elsewhere which should
be put on the drying rack; for baking it is better to use enameled which
conduct heat better and shorten the baking time;
Shapes and trays with bright or shiny surfaces are not recommended when
using the conventional heating method (top and bottom elements),use of such
tins can result in under cooking the base cakes;
Before the cake is taken out of the oven, check if it is ready by using a wooden
stick (if the cake is ready, the stick should come out dry and clean after being
inserted into the cake);
After switching off the oven it is advisable to leave the cake inside for about 5
min;
The baking parameters given in tables are approximate and can be corrected
based on your own experience and cooking preferences;
If information given in recipe books is significantly different from the values
included in this instruction manual, please apply the instructions from the manual.
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COOKING THE OVEN-PRACTICAL HINTS
TABLE 1:Cakes
Oven functions:
bottom + top elements
convection fan
BOTTOM+
TOP ELEMENTS
CAKE TYPE
LEVEL
TEMPERATURE
[ ℃]
CONVECTION FAN
COOKING
TIME
[min]
LEVEL
TEMPERATURE
[ ℃]
2
2
2-3
150-170
150-170
160-170
2-3
2
2
2
160-180
140-150
150-170
180-200
2
2
2
160-170
160-170
150-170
35-60
30-50
30-40
10-15
10-15
30-50
2
2
2
150-160
170-190
170-190
10-30
18-25
80-90
35-45
Cooking in cake tins
Sponge cake/marble cake
Victoria sponge
Base for a layer cake
Sponge layer cake
Fruit cake (crispy base)
Cheese cake (short crust base)
Tea cake
Bread (e.g. whole grain bread)
2
2
2-3
2
2
2
170-180
160-180
170-180
170-180
160-180
210-220
60-80
68-80
20-30
30-40
60-70
60-90
40-60
50-60
Cooking on the trays prays provided with the cooker
Fruit cake (crispy base)
Fruit cake (with yeast)
Crumble cake
Sponge roll
Pizza (thin base)
Pizza (thick base)
3
170-180
3
2
3
2
160-170
180-200
200-240
190-210
3
3
3
160-170
180-190
90-110
Cooking smaller items
Buns
Puff pastry
Meringues
buns
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COOKING IN THE OVEN-PRACTICAL HINTS
TABLE 1A: Cakes
Oven functions:
cake (bottom and top elements + fan)
TEMPERATURE
[ ℃]
BAKING TYPE
COOKING TIME
[min]
Cooking in cake tins
Meringues
Victoria sponge
Tea cake
Layer cake
80
150
150
150
60-70
65-70
60-70
25-35
Cooking on the trays provided with the cooker
150
150
150
150
Yeast cake
Crumble cake
Fruit cake
Sponge cake
40-45
30-45
40-55
30-40
Caution!
When using the cake function of the oven it is necessary to initially pre-heat
the oven chamber, using the third level from the bottom is recommended
for baking.
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Roasting meat
! cook meat weighing over 1kg in the oven, but smaller pieces should be cooked on
gas.
! use heat proof ovenware for roasting with handles that are also resistant to high
temperatures;
! when roasting on the drying rack we recommend that you place a baking
tray with a small amount of water on the lowest level of the oven;
! It is advisable to turn the meat over at least once during the roasting time and during
roasting you should also baste the meat with its juices or with hot salty water-do
not pour cold water over the meat.
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COOKING IN THE OVEN-PRACTICAL HINTS
TABLE 2: Roasting meat
Oven functions:
bottom and top elements
convection fan
LEVEL
TEMPERATURE[ ℃]
FROM THE BOTTOM
TYPE OF MEAT
CONVECTION FAN
BEEF
Roast beef or fillet
rare
oven warmed up
Juicy (“medium”)
oven warmed up
“well done”
oven warmed up
Roast
BOTTOM+
TOP ELEMENTS
CONVECTION FAN
TIME﹡
IN MINUTES
BOTTOM+
TOP ELEMENTS
Per 1 cm
3
250
12-15
3
250
15-25
3
210-230
25-30
2
2
160-180
200-220
120-140
Roast
2
2
160-180
200-210
90-140
Ham
2
2
160-180
200-210
60-90
210-230
25-30
200-210
90-120
PORK
3
Fillet
VEAL
2
2
LAMB
2
2
160-180
VENISON
2
2
175-180
200-220
Chicken
Goose (approx.2 kg)
2
2
2
2
170-180
160-180
220-250
190-200
50-80
150-180
FISH
2
2
175-180
210-220
40-55
160-170
200-220
100-120
100-120
POULTRY
﹡the figures presented in the table refer to a portion of 1 kg, if the portion is larger than
that, an additional 30-40 minutes should be added for each additional kilogram.
Caution!
In the middle of the roasting time the meat must be turned over.
It is advisable to roast meat in heat proof ovenware.
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COOKING IN THE OVEN-PRACTICAL HINTS
TABLE 3:Grill
Oven functions:
grill element
LEVEL
TYPE OF DISH
FROM THE
BOTTOM
TEMPERATURE
[ ℃]
GRILLING TIME [MINUTES]
SIDE 1
SIDE 2
Pork chop
4
250
8-10
6-8
Pork schnitzel
3
250
10-12
6-8
Shish kebab
4
250
7-8
6-7
Sausages
4
250
8-10
8-10
Roast beef, (approx. 1kg)
3
250
12-15
10-12
Veal cutlet
4
250
8-10
6-8
Veal steak
4
250
6-8
5-6
Mutton chop
4
250
8-10
6-8
Lamb chop
4
250
10-12
8-10
Chicken half (per 500 g)
3
250
25-30
20-25
Fish fillet
4
250
6-7
5-6
Trout (per approx. 200-250g)
3
250
5-8
5-7
Bread (toast)
4
250
2-3
2-3
﹡optional
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COOKING IN THE OVEN-PRACTICAL HINTS
TABLE 4:Fan with grill
Oven functions:
TYPE OF MEAT
combined grill + fan
grill + fan
WEIGHT
[kg ]
LEVEL
FROM THE BOTTOM
TEMPERATURE
[ ℃]
COOKING
[MINUTES]
Roast pork
1.0
1.5
2.0
2
2
2
170-190
170-190
170-190
80-100
100-120
120-140
Leg of lamb
2.0
2
170-190
90-110
Roast beef
1.0
2
180-200
30-40
Chicken
1.0
2
180-200
50-60
Duck
2.0
1-2
170-190
85-90
Goose
3.0
2
140-160
110 -130
Turkey
2.0
3.0
2
1-2
180-200
160-180
110 -130
150-180
During cooking you should turn the meat over periodically as well as basting it with its juices
or with hot salty water.
Caution!
The figures given in these tables are approximate and can be adapted based on your own
experience and cooking preferences.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage rating
Max power rating (oven)
Max power rating (hob)
Oven dimensions (H/W/D)
Hob dimensions (H/W/D)
Usable capacity of the oven
Net/gross weight (oven)
Net/gross weight (hob)
230V 50Hz
2.9kW
6.0kW
595/595/575 mm
66/580/510 mm
56 liters
33/36 kg
8.0/9.2 kg
Warranty
Service Information:
If you experiencing problems with your Russell Hobbs appliance please contact
your nearest store or contact our customer care department on our toll free number
0123300287.
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