Installation and Operating Instructions
Built-In Oven
BQ2Q7G078
Owner’s Manual
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Contents
Using This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Electrical safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Safety during operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Disposal Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Installing the Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety instructions for the installer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing into a low cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting to the mains power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing into a high cabinet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parts and Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oven . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oven controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety shutoff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Before You Begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Setting the clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Initial cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Oven Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the divider mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the oven temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching the oven off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cook time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Kitchen timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oven lamp on / off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Child safety function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching the beeper off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oven functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Test dishes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Single oven auto cook programmes . .
Upper Oven Auto Cook Programmes
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Cleaning and Care . . . . .
Self cleaning . . . . . . .
Steam cleaning . . . . .
Cleaning the oven door .
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Warranty & Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
FAQs and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
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Using This Manual
EN
Thank you for choosing a SAMSUNG Built - In Oven.
This Owner’s Manual contains important information on safety and instructions intended to assist
you in the operation and maintenance of your appliance.
Please take the time to read this Owner’s Manual before using your oven and keep this book for
future reference.
The following symbols are used in the text of this Owner’s Manual.
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Important
Note
Safety Instructions
Installation of this oven must be performed only by a licensed electrician. The installer is
responsible for connecting the appliance to the mains power supply in observance of the relevant
safety recommendations.
Electrical safety
If the oven has been damaged in transport, do not connect it.
● This appliance must be connected to the mains power supply only by a specially licensed
electrician.
● In the event of a fault or damage to the appliance, do not attempt to operate it.
● Repairs should be performed by a licensed technician only. Improper repair may result
in considerable danger to you and others. If your oven needs repair, contact a SAMSUNG
Service Centre or your dealer.
● If the supply cord is defective, it must be replaced by a special cord or assembly available
from the manufacturer or an authorised service agent.
● Electrical leads and cables should not be allowed to touch the oven.
● The oven should be connected to the mains power supply by means of an approved circuit
breaker or fuse. Never use multiple plug adapters or extension leads.
● The rating plate is located on the right side of the door.
● The power supply of the appliance should be turned off when it is being repaired or
cleaned.
● Take care when connecting electrical appliances to sockets near the oven.
● This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they
have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person
responsible for their safety.
WARNING
Accessible parts may become hot during use. To avoid burns young children should be kept
away.
WARNING
The appliance should be powered down before replacing the lamp to avoid the possibility of
electric shock. During oven operation, the interior surfaces become very hot.
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Safety Instructions (Continued)
Safety during operation
● This oven has been designed only for the cooking of household foods.
● During use, the oven interior surfaces become hot enough to cause burns. Do not touch
heating elements or interior surfaces of the oven until they have had time to cool.
● Never store flammable materials in the oven.
● The oven surfaces become hot when the appliance is operated at a high temperature for
an extended period of time.
● When cooking, take care when opening the oven door as hot air and steam can escape
rapidly.
● When cooking dishes that contain alcohol, the alcohol may evaporate due to the high
temperatures and the vapour can catch fire if it comes into contact with a hot part of the
oven.
● For your safety, do not use high-pressure water cleaners or steam jet cleaners.
● Children should be kept at a safe distance when the oven is in use.
● Frozen foods such as pizzas should be cooked on the wire grill. If the baking tray is used, it
may become deformed due to the great variation in temperatures.
● Do not pour water into the oven bottom when it is hot. This could cause damage to the
enamel surface.
● The oven door must be closed during cooking.
● Take care when opening the door before the end of the steam cleaning procedure; the
water on the bottom is hot.
● Do not line the oven bottom with aluminium foil and do not place any baking trays or tins on
it. The aluminium foil blocks the heat, which may result in damage to the enamel surfaces
and cause poor cooking results.
● Fruit juices will leave stains, which can become indelible on the enamel surfaces of the
oven. When cooking very moist cakes, use the deep pan.
● Do not rest bakeware on the open oven door.
● This appliance is not intended for use by young children or infirm persons without the
adequate supervision of a responsible person ensuring that they are using the appliance
safely.
● Young children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
● Excess spillage should be removed before self cleaning and all utensils should not be left
in the oven during pyrolytic self cleaning.
● During self cleaning the surfaces get hotter than usual and children should be kept a safe
distance.
EN
Disposal Instructions
Disposing of the packaging material
● The material used to package this appliance is recyclable.
● Dispose of the packaging materials in the appropriate container at your local waste
disposal facility.
Disposing of old appliances
WARNING
Before disposing of old appliances, make them inoperable so that they cannot be a source of
danger.
To do this, disconnect the appliance from the mains supply and remove the mains lead.
To protect the environment, it is important that old appliances are disposed of in the correct
manner.
● The appliance must not be disposed of with household rubbish.
● You can obtain information about collection dates and public refuse disposal sites from
your local refuse department or council.
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Installing the Oven
*
EN
Electrical installation of this appliance must be performed only by a licensed
electrician.
The oven must be installed according to the instructions supplied.
Remove the protective vinyl from the door after installation.
Remove the protective tape from the interior surfaces of the oven after installation.
Safety instructions for the installer
● Installation must guarantee protection against exposure to electrically live parts.
● The unit in which the appliance is fitted must satisfy the requirements of DIN 68930 in
respect of stability.
Installing into a low cabinet
● Observe minimum clearance requirements.
● Secure oven into place with screws on either side of the oven.
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595
595
572
545
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4
min 550
min 50
min 20
min 560
50
460
min 600
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Installing the Oven (Continued)
EN
5
Connecting the oven to the power supply
(H05VV-F, H05RR-F, Min. 1.5m, 1.5~2.5mm²)
Live
Earth
Neutral
Connecting to the mains power supply
Electrical connections must be made as per the connection plate fixed to the back of the
appliance by an electrical fitter who must ensure that the appliance has been connected up in
accordance with fitting instructions and local regulations.
Where the appliance is not connected to the mains electricity supply by a plug, an omni polar
cutout device (with a contacts gap of at least 3 mm) must be fitted on the supply side of the
connection to meet safety requirements.
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When power is connected, the electronics of the oven are initialised; this neutralizes
the lighting for a few seconds. The electric cable (H05 RR-F or H05 VV-F, Min. 1.5m,
1.5~2.5mm²) must be long enough for it to be connected to the built-in oven standing
on the floor in front of its unit.
Open the back cover of the oven at the bottom (using a flat-bladed screwdriver)
and completely unscrew the connection screw and the cable clamp before fitting
conducting wires into the appropriate terminals.
The earth wire must be connected to the ( ) terminal of the oven.
If the oven is connected to the power supply by a plug, this must remain accessible once the
oven has been fitted.
We cannot accept any liability in the event of an accident resulting from non-existent or faulty
earthing.
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Installing the Oven (Continued)
EN
Installing into a high cabinet
● Observe minimum clearance requirements.
● The oven should be slid into place at the proper angle of alignment.
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560
595
595
572
545
21
3
4
min 550
50
min 590~max 600
min 560
5
Connecting the oven to the power supply
(H05VV-F, H05RR-F, Min. 1.5m, 1.5~2.5mm²)
Live
Earth
Neutral
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Parts and Features
Oven
EN
Control panel
Air outlet filter
Top heating elements
Level 5
Oven light
Level 4
Level 3
Level 2
Level 1
Switch divider
Glass door
Door handle
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Shelf levels are numbered from the bottom up.
Levels 4 and 5 are used mainly for the grill function.
Please refer to the cooking guides provided throughout this manual to determine
appropriate shelf levels for your dishes.
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Parts and Features (Continued)
EN
Oven controls
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7. Kitchen Timer button
8. Clock button
9. Temperature button
10.Time/temperature Control buttons
11.Information Screen
Power On/Off button
Partition Select button
Auto Cook select button
Cooking Mode Select button
Lamp Button
Cooking Time button
Power On/Off button
You can Press the oven on or off.
If you press the Power On/Off button, the lights for the buttons and the display
panel are turned off. As a result, all buttons other than the Power On/Off button are
deactivated.
Pressing the Power On/Off button again will turn the lights of the other buttons and
the display panel back on. Consequently, all buttons are reactivated.
Special features
The oven comes equipped with the following special features.
● Divider modes: When the divider inserted, the appliance’s divider facility enables
independent cooking in two separated partitions, enhancing energy efficiency and
convenience for use.
● Steam cleaning: The oven’s self- cleaning function uses the power of steam to cut through
grease and grime to clean the oven interior safely.
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Parts and Features (Continued)
Accessories
EN
The following accessories are provided with your oven.
1
2
Wire grill, for dishes, cake tins,
roasting and grilling trays.
Front
3
Baking tray, for cakes and biscuits.
5
Divider, for the upper, lower and twin
modes. Use inserted in level 3. There
is a divider-sensing switch on the
rear wall of the cooking compartment.
Insert into the back completely.
Wire roast, for roasting.
Front
4
Deep pan, for roasting or collecting
meat juices or fat drippings.
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Parts and Features (Continued)
EN
4
3
Baking tray
2
Deep pan
gap 2cm
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The baking tray, deep pan and wire grill should
be inserted correctly into the side runners.
When taking out the cooked foods from the
oven, be careful of hot utensils and surfaces.
Example Level 1: Deep pan
Level 4: Baking tray
When using the deep pan or the baking tray to collect drippings from cooking foods,
ensure that the pan or tray is properly placed in the side runners. Allowing these
accessories to contact the bottom surface of the oven can damage the enamel of
the surface. Trays and pans placed on level 1 should clear the bottom surface of the
oven by at least 2 cm.
Using the accessories
Divider, wire grill, baking tray and deep pan
Positioning the divider
Insert the divider into level 3 of the oven.
Positioning the wire grill
Insert the wire grill at any desired level.
Positioning the baking tray or deep pan
Insert the baking tray and/or the deep pan at any desired
level.
WARNING
To cook in the lower, upper or twin divider modes,
you must insert the divider.
Safety shutoff
● If a cooking time is not entered, the oven will shut itself off after the lengths of time
indicated below.
Shutoff times for various temperature settings
Under 105 °C
16 hours
From 105 °C to 240 °C
8 hours
From 245 °C to 300 °C
4 hours
● This oven’s electrical circuitry features a thermal shutoff system. If the oven heats to
abnormally high temperatures, the system will shut off the power supply to the heating
elements for a period of time.
Cooling fan
During cooking, it is normal for the vent to release hot air from the front of the oven.
● The cooling fan will also continue to operate after the oven has been in use. It will turn off
when the internal cabinet temperature has dropped to 60 °C or after 22 minutes.
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Before You Begin
Setting the clock
EN
When power is first supplied to the oven, the display on the control panel will light briefly. After
3 seconds, an icon of a clock and 12:00 will begin blinking in the display. The oven cannot be
operated until the clock is set.
1
The oven is inoperable until the clock
has been set. “ ” and “12:00” will
blink in the display when power is first
supplied to the appliance. Press the
Clock Button. The “ ” and “12: ” will
blink.
2
Press the Time / Temp Control
Button to set the hour of the day.
Example To set 1:30
Wait for about 10 seconds. The clock
stops blinking and shows the set hour.
3
Press the Clock Button. The “ ” and
“ :00” will blink.
4
Press the Time / Temp Control
Button to set the minute of the time. “
” will blink.
5
Press the Clock Button to finish setting the clock or wait for about 10 seconds. “
” will disappear and “30” will stop blinking. The display shows the time of day. The
appliance is now ready to use.
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Before You Begin (Continued)
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Initial cleaning
Clean the oven thoroughly before using for the first time.
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Do not use sharp or abrasive cleaning materials. These could damage the oven
surface. For ovens with enamel fronts, use commercially available cleaning agents.
To clean the oven
1. Open the door. The oven light comes on.
2. Clean all oven trays, accessories and side runners with warm water or washing - up liquid
and polish dry with a soft clean cloth.
3. Wash the oven interior in the same way.
4. Wipe the front of the appliance with a damp cloth.
Check that the clock is set correctly. Remove accessories and operate the oven at the
convection setting at 200 °C for 1 hour before using. There will be a distinctive odor; this is
normal, but ensure your kitchen is well ventilated during this conditioning period.
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Oven Use
Setting the divider mode
EN
For upper, twin and lower modes, insert the divider. For single mode, remove the divider. And
then Press the Partition Select button to select the mode you want. For further details, see
the table below.
1
Press the Partition Select button to
select the desired partition.
3
Press the Time / Temp Control button to select the desired oven function. If 3
seconds have elapsed and there are no further adjustments, the oven will begin
automatically in the selected mode and function.
Divider
Mode
Upper Mode
Marking
Twin Mode
2
Oven Function
1. Convection
2. Top Heat + Convection
3. Large Grill
Both Upper and Lower
Partition Function
Press the Cooking Mode Select
button. (skip this step in single mode)
Insert
Divider
Yes
Yes
Lower Mode
1. Convection
2. Bottom Heat + Convection
Yes
Single Mode
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
No
Convection
Top Heat + Convection
Conventional
Large Grill
Small Grill
Bottom Heat + Convection
Steam
Clean Mode
Self Clean
Mode
Usage Information
This mode saves energy
and time when cooking
small amounts of food.
You can cook two dishes at
two different temperatures
at the same time.
This mode saves energy
and time when cooking
small amounts of food.
No
1. P1
2. P2
3. P3
No
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EN
Upper mode
Only the upper heating element operates. The divider should be inserted.
Convection
Top Heat + Convection
Large Grill
Lower mode
Only the lower heating element operates. The divider should be inserted.
Convection
Bottom Heat + Convection
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Oven Use (Continued)
Twin mode
The upper and lower modes operate at the same time. It is possible to set which mode
activates first. When one of the dishes has finished cooking in twin mode and you would like
to change the cooking time or temperature of the other partition, Press the Partition Select
button to select the mode (upper or lower) that you would like to continue operating. Divider
should be inserted.
Twin mode 1: The upper mode begins operating first. If the Cooking Mode Select button
is pressed or if 15 seconds elapse after the upper mode is set and there has
been no further adjustment, the oven begins the lower mode.
Convection
EN
Top Heat + Convection
Large Grill
Twin mode 2: As the upper mode starts, if the Cooking Mode Select button is pressed or if
15 seconds elapse and there has been no further adjustment, the oven moves
to the lower mode. The upper and lower modes operate at the same time.
Convection
Bottom Heat + Convection
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Oven Use (Continued)
EN
Single mode
Convection
Top Heat + Convection
Conventional
Large Grill
Small Grill
Bottom Heat + Convection
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Oven Use (Continued)
Setting the oven temperature
EN
In single, upper and lower modes
1
)
Press the Temperature Button.
2
Press the Time / Temp Control
Button to adjust the temperature in
increments of 5 °C.
Single Mode (Large
& Small Grill)
40 °C – 250 °C
(40 °C – 300 °C)
Upper Mode
40 °C – 250 °C
Lower Mode
40 °C – 250 °C
The temperature may be adjusted during cooking.
In the oven mode settings, the top and bottom heating elements cycle on and off in
intervals through the cooking process to regulate and maintain the temperature.
In twin mode
1
)
Press the Temperature Button
(upper mode).
Press the Temperature Button twice
(lower mode).
2
Press the Time / Temp Control
Button to adjust the temperature in
increments of 5 °C.
Upper Mode
(Large Grill)
170 °C – 250 °C
(200 °C – 250 °C)
Lower Mode
170 °C – 250 °C
The temperature may be adjusted during cooking.
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Oven Use (Continued)
EN
Switching the oven off
To switch the oven off, Press the Power On/Off
button.
Cook time
You can set the cook time during cooking.
In single, upper and lower modes
1
Press the Cook Time Button. “
will blink.
3
Press the Cook Time Button.
The oven operates with the selected
cook time unless the Cook Time
Button is pressed within 5 seconds.
)
”
2
Press the Time / Temp Control
Button to set the desired cook time.
During cooking, you can adjust the previously set cook time with the Time / Temp
Control Button for better results.
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Oven Use (Continued)
In twin mode
Cook times for the upper and lower modes can be selected by using the Cook Time Button
and the Time / Temp Control Button.
1
Press the Cook Time Button twice
(lower mode) “
” will blink.
3
Press the Cook Time Button.
The oven operates with the selected
cook time unless the Cook Time
Button is pressed within 5 seconds.
)
2
EN
Press the Time / Temp Control
Button to set the desired cook time.
During cooking, you can adjust the previously set cook time with the Time / Temp
Control Button for better results.
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EN
Kitchen timer
1
3
)
Press the Kitchen Timer Button
once. “ ” flashes.
2
Turn the Time / Temp Control Button
to set the desired time.
Example 5 minutes
Press the Kitchen Timer Button to
start the kitchen timer. When the set
time has elapsed, an audible signal
sounds.
Press and hold the Kitchen Timer Button for 2 seconds each to cancel the timer.
Oven lamp on / off
1
Press the Lamp Button.
)
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
)
Upper and Lower
Upper
Lower
Off
Lamp turns on and off in the
indicated order regardless of
operation.
The lamp automatically turns off
after 2 minutes.
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Child safety function
1
)
Press the Cooking Time button and
Kitchen Timer button at the same
time and hold for 3 seconds. ( ) will
appear in the display field.
EN
2
Press the Cooking Time button and
Kitchen Timer button at the same
time and hold for 3 seconds again to
unlock.
When locked, all buttons except the Power On/Off button will not operate. The lock
is available whether or not the oven is in operation.
Switching the beeper off
1
To turn the beeper off, press the
Cooking Time and Clock buttons at
the same time and hold for 3 seconds.
2
To turn the beeper back on, press the
Cooking Time and Clock buttons
again at the same time and hold for 3
seconds.
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Oven functions
The features of this oven include the following functions
Oven Modes
The following table represents the various oven modes and settings of your oven.
Use the cooking guide tables for these modes in the following pages as guidelines for cooking.
Conventional
Food is heated by top and bottom heating elements. This setting is
suitable for baking and roasting.
Top Heat + Convection
We recommend this mode when roasting meat. The top heating element
is in operation and the fans operate to circulate the hot air coming from
top and back wall heating element.
Convection
Food is heated by the hot air from the heating element in the back and
circulated by two fans. This setting provides uniform heating and is ideal
for frozen convenience food as well as cake and croissants.
This mode can be used for baking on two levels.
Large Grill
Food is heated by the top heating elements. We recommend this mode
for grilling steaks and sausages as well as cheese toasts.
Small Grill
This mode is ideal for grilling small amounts of foods, such as
baguettes, cheese or fish fillets.
Place the food in the middle of the wire grill, as only the smaller heating
element in the centre is operating.
Bottom Heat + Convection
The bottom heating element and back wall heating element provide hot
air which is circulated by the fans. This mode is ideal for baking food
such as quiches, pizza, bread and cheesecakes.
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Conventional
Suggested temperature: 200 °C
The conventional function is ideal for baking and roasting foods arranged on one rack. Both
the top and bottom heating elements operate to maintain the oven temperature.
We recommend to preheat the oven in conventional mode.
Food Item
Shelf
Level
Accessory
Temperature
(°C)
Time
(min)
Frozen Lasagne (500-1000g)
3
Wire grill
180-200
40-50
Whole Fish (e.g. Dorade) (3001000g)
3-4 cut on each side
DROP OIL
3
Wire roast +
Deep Pan
240
15-20
Fish filets (500-1000g)
3-4 cut on each side
DROP OIL
3
Baking tray
200
13-20
Frozen cutlets (350-1000g)
minced meat & with ham,
cheese or mushroom filing
DROP OIL
3
Baking tray
200
25-35
Frozen cutlets from minced,
carrot, beetroot or potato (3501000g)
DROP OIL
3
Baking tray
200
20-30
3/2
Wire roast/Deep
Pan
200
40-50
Baked potato (cut in half) (5001000g)
3
Baking tray
180-200
30-45
Frozen Meat roll with mushrooms filing (500-1000g)
DROP OIL
3
Baking tray
180-200
40-50
Sponge Cake (250-500g)
2
Wire grill
160-180
20-30
Marble Cake (500-1000g)
2
Wire grill
170-190
40-50
Yeast Cake on Tray
with fruit & crumbles topping
(1000-1500g)
2
Baking tray
160-180
25-35
Muffins
(500-800 g)
2
Wire grill
190-200
25-30
Pork on bone cutlets (5001000g)
DROP OIL, ADD SALT & PEPPER
EN
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2.
Top Heat + Convection
Suggested temperature: 190 °C
The top heating element is in operation and the fan operates to constantly circulate the hot
air.
We recommend to preheat the oven with Top Heat + Convection mode.
Food Item
Shelf
Level
Accessory
Temperature
(°C)
Time
(min)
Pork on bone (1000g)
BRUSH WITH OIL&SPICES
3
Wire roast +
Deep pan
180-200
50-65
Pork shoulder in foil (10001500g)
MARINATE
2
Baking tray
180-230
80-120
Whole chicken (800-1300g)
BRUSH WITH OIL & SPICES
2
Wire roast +
Deep pan
190-200
45-65
Meat or fish steaks (400-800g)
DROP OIL, ADD SALT & PEPPER
3
Wire roast +
Deep pan
180-200
15-35
Chicken Pieces (500-1000g)
BRUSH WITH OIL&SPICES
4
Wire roast +
Deep pan
200-220
25-35
Roast Fish (500g-1000g)
use ovenproof dish
BRUSH WITH OIL
2
Wire grill
180-200
30-40
Roast Beef (800-1200g)
BRUSH WITH OIL&SPICES
2
Wire roast +
Deep pan
Add 1 cup water
200-220
45-60
Duck Breast (300-500g)
4
Wire roast +
Deep pan
Add 1 cup water
180-200
25-35
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3.
Convection
Suggested temperature: 170 °C
This function bakes foods placed on up to three shelves and is also appropriate for
roasting. Cooking is achieved by the heating element on the rear wall and the fan
distributes the heat.
We recommend to preheat the oven in convection mode.
Food Item
Shelf
Level
Accessory
EN
Temperature
(°C)
Time
(min)
Lamb rack (350-700g)
BRUSH WITH OIL & SPICES
3
Wire roast +
Deep pan
190-200
40-50
Baked Bananas (3-5 pcs), cut
with knife on top, add10-15g
chocolate, 5-10g nuts into cuts,
drop sugar water, wrap in aluminium foil.
3
Wire grill
220-240
15-25
Baked apples 5-8pcs each 150200g
Take out the hearts, add raisins
and jam. Use ovenproof dish.
3
Wire grill
200-220
15-25
Cutlets from minced meat (300600g)
DROP OIL
3
Baking tray
190-200
18-25
Minced Meat roll with filling
,Russian style’ (500g-1000g)
BRUSH WITH OIL
3
Baking tray
180-200
50-65
Frozen Croquettes (500-1000g)
2
Baking tray
180-200
25-35
Frozen Oven Chips (300-700g)
2
Baking tray
180-200
20-30
Frozen Pizza (300-1000g)
2
Wire grill
200-220
15-25
Apple & Almond Cake (500-1000
g)
2
Wire grill
170-190
35-45
Fresh Croissant (200-400g)
(ready-dough)
3
Baking tray
180-200
15-25
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4.
Large Grill
Suggested temperature: 240 °C
The large grill function grills large quantities of flat foods, such as steaks, schnitzels and
fish. It is also suitable for toasting. Both the top heating element and the grill are on in this
mode.
We recommend to preheat the oven using Large Grill mode.
Food Item
Shelf
Level
Accessory
Temperature
(°C)
Time
(min)
Sausages (thin) 5-10pcs
4
Wire roast +
Deep pan
220
5-8 turnover 5-8
Sausages (thin) 8-12pcs
4
Wire roast +
Deep pan
220
4-6 turnover 4-6
Toasts 5-10pcs
5
Wire grill
240
1-2 turnover 1-2
Cheese Toasts 4-6 pcs
4
Wire roast + Baking tray
200
4-8
Frozen Pancakes with filling
,Russian Style’ (200- 500g)
3
Baking tray
200
20-30
Beef Steaks (400-800 g)
4
Wire roast +
Deep pan
240
8-10 turnover 5-7
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5.
Small Grill
Suggested temperature: 240 °C
This setting is for grilling smaller amounts of flat foods, such as steaks, schnitzels, fish and
toast, placed in the middle of the tray. Only the top element is in operation.
We recommend to preheat the oven using Small Grill mode.
Put food in the centre of accessory.
Shelf
Level
Accessory
Temperature
(°C)
Time
(min)
Frozen Oven Camembert (2 – 4
each 75g)
PUT IN COLD OVEN (before
preheat)
3
Wire grill
200
10-12
Frozen Baguettes with topping
(Tomato-Mozzarella or Ham &
Cheese)
3
Wire roast + Baking tray
200
15-20
Frozen Fish fingers (300-700g)
PUT IN COLD OVEN (before
preheat)
DROP OIL
3
Wire roast + Baking tray
200
15-25
Frozen Fish burger (300- 600g)
PUT IN COLD OVEN, DROP OIL
3
Baking tray
180-200
20-35
Frozen Pizza (300-500g)
PUT IN COLD OVEN (before
preheat)
3
Wire roast + Baking tray
180-200
23-30
Food Item
EN
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EN
6.
Bottom Heat + Convection
Suggested temperature: 190 °C
The Bottom Heat + Convection mode is for recipes calling for a moist topping and a
crisp base, as with foods like pizzas, quiches lorraine, German-style open fruitcakes and
cheesecakes.
We recommend to preheat the oven in Bottom Heat + Convection mode.
Shelf
Level
Accessory
Temperature
(°C)
Time
(min)
Yeast dough pie with apple
frozen (350-700g)
3
Wire grill
180-200
15-20
Puff pastry small pies with filling
frozen (300-600g)
BRUSH EGG YOLK, PUT IN
COLD OVEN (before preheat)
3
Baking tray
180-200
20-25
Meat balls in sauce (250-500g)
use ovenproof dish
3
Wire grill
180-200
25-35
Puff pastry fans (500-1000g)
BRUSH EGG YOLK
3
Baking tray
180
15-23
Cannelloni in sauce (250-500g)
use ovenproof dish
3
Wire grill
180
22-30
Yeast dough pies with filling
(600-1000g)
BRUSH EGG YOLK
3
Baking tray
180-200
20-30
Homemade Pizza (500-1000g)
2
Baking tray
200-220
15-25
Homemade Bread (700-900g)
2
Wire grill
170-180
45-55
Food Item
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7.
Twin Mode
Using twin mode you can cook two different food items in your oven. When cooking in
upper and lower cavity you can use different temperatures, cooking modes and cooking
times. For example, you can grill steaks and bake gratin simultaneously. Using the divider,
you can cook gratin in the lower and steaks in the upper part of the oven.
Always insert divider into shelf level 3 before you start cooking.
EN
Suggest 1: Cooking at different temperatures
Cavity
Food Item
Shelf
Level
Cooking
Mode
Temperature
(°C)
Accessory
Time
(min)
UPPER
Frozen Pizza
(300-400g)
4
Convection
200 - 220
Wire Grill
15 - 25
LOWER
Marble Cake
(500-700g)
1
Convection
170 - 180
Baking Tray
50 - 60
Notice:Put food in cold oven
Suggest 2: Cooking at different cooking modes
Cavity
Food Item
Shelf
Level
Cooking
Mode
Temperature
(°C)
Accessory
Time
(min)
UPPER
Chicken Pieces
(400-600g)
4
Top Heat +
Convection
200 - 220
Wire Roast
+ Deep Pan
25 - 35
LOWER
Potato Gratin
(500-1000g)
1
Convection
170 - 180
Wire Grill
30 - 40
Notice:Put food in cold oven
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Test dishes
According to standard EN 60350
1. Baking
The recommendations for baking refer to preheated oven.
Shelf
level
Cooking
Mode
Temp. °C
Cooking
time min
3
Conventional
160-180
15-25
Deep pan + Baking
tray
1+4
Convection
150-170
20-30
Fatless Sponge
Cake
Baking tin on Wire
grill (Dark coated, ø
26 cm)
2
Conventional
160-180
20-30
Apple Pie
Wire grill + Baking
tray + 2 Springform
cake tins (Dark
coated, ø 20 cm)
1+3
Convection
170-190
80-100
Wire grill + 2 Springform cake tins (Dark
coated, ø 20 cm)
1 Placed
diagonally
Conventional
170-190
70-80
Cooking
time min
Type of Food
Small Cakes
Dish & Notes
Baking tray
2. Grilling
Preheat the empty oven for 5 minutes using the Large Grill function.
Use this function with the maximum temperature setting of 300°C.
Type of Food
Dish & Notes
Shelf
level
Cooking
Mode
Temp. °C
White Bread
Toasts
Wire grill
5
Large Grill
300
1st 1-2
2nd 1-1 1/2
Beef Burgers
Wire Roast + Deep
pan (to catch drippings)
4
Large Grill
300
1st 7-10
2nd 6-9
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Automatic Cooking
In auto cook mode you can select 40 Auto Programmes for cooking, roasting and baking.
For upper, twin and lower modes, insert the divider.
1
3
2
Press Auto Cook select button.
4
Select the desired recipe by
pressing Time/temperature
Control buttons. Wait 5 seconds.
EN
Select the desired function by
pressing Cooking Mode Select
button. (skip this step in single mode)
Select the desired weight by pressing
Time/temperature Control buttons.
Single oven auto cook programmes
The following table presents 25 Auto Programmes for Cooking, Roasting and Baking.
Those can be used in the single cavity of your oven. Always remove the divider.
It contains its quantities, weight ranges and appropriate recommendations.
Cooking Modes and times have been pre-programmed for your convenience.
You can refer to these guide lines for cooking. Always insert food in cold oven.
No
Food Item Weight/kg
Accessory
Shelf
Level
Recommendation
1
Frozen Pizza
0.3-0.6
0.7-1.0
Wire grill
2
Put frozen pizza in the middle of
the wire grill.
2
Frozen Oven
Chips
0.3-0.5 (thin)
0.6-0.8
(thick)
Baking tray
2
Distribute frozen oven chips
evenly on the baking tray. First
setting is for thin French fries, the
second setting is for thick oven
chips.
3
Frozen Oven
Croquettes
0.3-0.5
0.6-0.8
Baking tray
2
Put frozen potato croquettes on
the tray.
4
Homemade
Lasagne
0.3-0.5
0.8-1.0
Wire grill
3
Prepare fresh lasagne or use
ready prepared product and put
into a suitable sized ovenproof
dish. Put dish in the centre of
oven.
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No
Food Item Weight/kg
Accessory
Shelf
Level
Recommendation
5
Beef Steaks
0.3-0.6
0.6-0.8
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Put marinated beef steaks side
by side on the wire roast. Turn
over as soon as the oven beeps.
The first setting is for thin beef
steaks, the second setting is for
thick beef steaks.
6
Roast Beef
0.6-0.8
0.9-1.1
Deep pan with
wire roast
2
Put marinated roast beef on wire
roast.
Turn over, as soon as the oven
beeps.
7
Roast Pork
0.6-0.8
0.9-1.1
Deep pan with
wire roast
2
Put marinated roast pork on wire
roast.
Turn over as soon as the oven
beeps.
8
Lamb Chops
0.3-0.4
0.5-0.6
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Marinate lamb chops. Put lamp
chops on wire roast. Turn over, as
soon as the oven beeps.
The first setting is for thin chops,
the second setting is for thick
chops.
9
Chicken
pieces
0.5-0.7
1.0-1.2
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Brush chicken pieces with oil and
spices.
Put chicken pieces side by side
on the wire roast.
10
Whole
Chicken
1.0-1.1
1.2-1.3
Deep pan with
wire roast
2
Brush whole chicken with oil and
spices.
Put chicken on the wire roast.
Turn over, as soon as the oven
beeps.
11
Duck breast
0.3-0.5
0.6-0.8
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Prepare duck breast, put on
the wire roast with the fat-side
up. First setting is for one duck
breast, the second setting is for 2
thick duck breasts.
12
Roll of Turkey
0.6-0.8
0.9-1.1
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Put roll of turkey on the wire
roast.
Turn over, as soon as the oven
beeps.
13
Steamed Fish
0.5-0.7
0.8-1.0
Wire grill
2
Rinse and clean fishes, such
as whole trout, perch or sea
bass. Put head to tail in an oval
ovenproof glass dish. Add 2-3
tablespoon lemon juice. Cover
with lid.
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No
Food Item Weight/kg
Accessory
Shelf
Level
Recommendation
14
Roast Fish
0.5-0.7
0.8-1.0
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Put fishes head to tail on the wire
roast.
First setting is for 2 fishes, the
second setting is for 4 fishes. The
programme is suitable for whole
fishes, like trout, pikeperch or
gilthead.
15
Salmon
Steaks
0.3-0.4
0.7-0.8
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Put salmon steaks on the wire
roast.
Turn over, as soon as the oven
beeps.
16
Oven
Potatoes
0.4-0.5
0.8-1.0
Baking tray
2
Rinse potatoes, cut potatoes into
halves.
Brush with olive oil, herbs and
spices.
Distribute on the tray evenly.
The first setting is for small
potatoes (each 100g), the second
setting is for large oven potatoes
(each 200g).
17
Roast
Vegetables
0.4-0.5
0.8-1.0
Deep pan
4
Put vegetables, such as sliced
courgette, pieces of pepper,
sliced aubergine, mushrooms and
cherry tomatoes into deep pan.
Brush with a mixture of olive oil,
herbs and spices.
18
Vegetable
Gratin
0.4-0.6
0.8-1.0
Wire grill
2
Prepare vegetable gratin using an
ovenproof round dish. Put dish in
the centre of oven.
19
Marble Cake
0.5-0.6
0.7-0.8
0.9-1.0
Wire grill
2
Put dough into a suitable sized
buttered baking dish for bundt
cake.
20
Fruit Flan
Base
0.3-0.4
(large)
0.2-0.3
(tartlets)
Wire grill
2
Put dough into buttered baking
dish for cake base. First setting is
for one fruit flan base, the second
setting is for 5-6 small tartlets.
21
Sponge Cake
0.4-0.5
(midsize)
0.2-0.3
(small)
Wire Grill
2
Put dough into a round black
metal baking tin.
First setting is for Ø 26cm and
the second setting is for small Ø
18cm baking tin.
EN
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EN
No
Accessory
Shelf
Level
0.5-0.6
0.7-0.8
Wire Grill
2
Put dough into black metal
baking dish for 12 muffins.
First setting is for small muffins,
the second setting is for large
muffins.
0.7-0.8
(white)
0.8-0.9
(wholemeal)
Wire Grill
2
Prepare dough according to
manufacturers instructions and
put into a black metal rectangular
baking dish (length 25 cm).
The first setting is for white
bread (0.7-0.8kg) and the
second setting (0.8-0.9kg) is for
wholemeal bread.
Food Item Weight/kg
Recommendation
22
Muffins
23
Bread
24
Homemade
Pizza
1.0-1.2
1.3-1.5
Baking tray
2
But pizza on the tray. The weight
ranges include topping such
as sauce, vegetables, ham and
cheese. Setting 1 (1.0-1.2kg)
is for thin pizzas and setting 2
(1.3-1.5kg) is for pizza with much
topping.
25
Yeast Dough
Fermentation
0.3-0.5
0.6-0.8
Wire Grill
2
The first setting is recommended
for rising pizza yeast dough. The
second setting is suitable for
yeast dough for cake and bread
dough. Put into a large round
heat-resistant dish and cover with
cling film.
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Upper Oven Auto Cook Programmes
The following table presents 5 Auto Programmes for Cooking, Roasting and Baking.
It contains its quantities, weight ranges and appropriate recommendations.
Cooking Modes and times have been pre-programmed for your convenience.
You can refer to these guide lines for cooking. Always insert food in cold oven.
No
Food Item
Weight/kg Accessory
Shelf
Level
EN
Recommendation
1
Frozen Bread
Rolls
0.2-0.3
0.4-0.5
Wire grill
4
Distribute frozen bread rolls evenly
on wire grill.
2
Frozen Pizza
0.1-0.2
0.3-0.4
Wire grill
5
Put frozen pizza in the centre of
wire grill.
3
Frozen Pizza
Snacks
0.2-0.3
0.4-0.5
Wire grill
5
Distribute pizza snacks side by side
on the wire grill.
4
Frozen Fish
fingers
0.2-0.3
0.4-0.5
Baking tray
5
Distribute fish fingers evenly on
baking tray.
0.2-0.3kg weight range is
suggested for 10pcs, 0.4-0.5kg
for 15pcs. Turn over after beep
sounds.
5
Frozen Oven
Chips
0.4-0.5
0.6-0.7
Baking tray
5
Distribute frozen oven chips on
baking tray.
The first setting is recommended
for thin French fries, the second
setting is recommended for thick
oven chips. Use baking paper.
Turn over after beep sounds.
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EN
Lower Oven Auto Cook Programmes
The following table presents 5 Auto Programmes for Cooking, Roasting and Baking.
It contains its quantities, weight ranges and appropriate recommendations.
Cooking Modes and times have been pre-programmed for your convenience.
You can refer to these guide lines for cooking.
Insert food in cold oven, unless it is recommended to preheat the oven.
No
Food Item
Weight/kg Accessory
Shelf
Level
Recommendation
1
Frozen
Salmon
in puff pastry
0.2-0.3
0.5-0.6
Baking tray
1
Use baking paper. Put 2pcs (0.20.3kg) side by side or 4pcs (0.50.6kg) puff pastries in two rows on
the baking tray.
2
Homemade
Quiche
0.5-0.6
(small)
0.9-1.0
(large)
Wire grill
1
We recommend to preheat the
lower oven to 210 ˚C with Bottom
heat + Convection mode until beep
sounds. Use black metal baking
tin.
After preheating put in the centre
of wire grill.
For first setting use Ø 18 cm tin, for
second setting use Ø 26 cm tin.
3
Homemade
Pizza
0.2-0.6
0.8-1.2
Baking tray
1
Use baking paper. Put 0.2-0.6kg
on a round pizza tray, put 0.81.2kg on the square baking tray.
4
Muffins
0.5-0.6
0.7-0.8
Wire grill
1
Put dough into black metal baking
dish for 12 muffins.
5
Puff Pastry in
Fruit
0.2-0.3
0.4-0.5
Baking tray
1
Put 4 puff pastries in two rows on
the baking tray using baking paper.
Use first setting for 4 small puff
pastries (0.2-0.3kg) and second
setting for 4 large puff pastries
(0.4-0.5kg).
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Automatic Cooking (Continued)
Twin Oven Auto Cook Programmes
Before using twin auto cook function insert the divider into the oven.
The following table presents 5 Twin Auto Cook Programmes for Cooking, Roasting and Baking. Using those programmes you will be able to cook your main dish & side dish or main dish
& dessert simultaneously. This table contains quantities, weight ranges and appropriate recommendations. Cooking Modes and times have been pre-programmed for your convenience.
Please refer to those guide lines for cooking. Always insert food in cold oven.
No Cavity Food Item
1
2
3
4
5
Weight/
Shelf
Accessory
kg
Level
EN
Recommendation
upper
Chicken
Pieces
0.3-0.5
0.8-1.0
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Brush chicken pieces with oil
and spices. Put pieces with
the skin side up on the wire
roast.
lower
Potato
Gratin
0.4-0.6
0.8-1.0
Wire grill
1
Use ovenproof baking dish.
Place in the centre of the wire
grill.
upper
Roast
Vegetables
0.4-0.5
0.7-0.8
Deep pan
4
Distribute sliced vegetables,
such as courgettes, pepper,
onions, mushrooms, fennel,
egg plants and tomatoes on
the deep pan. Brush with olive
oil and spices.
lower
Pizza Bread
0.1-0.2
0.3-0.4
Baking tray
1
Put pizza bread on baking
paper on tray.
upper
Roast Fish
0.3-0.5
0.6-0.8
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Rinse and prepare whole
fishes, such as trout, bream,
pike-perch or gilthead, add
lemon juice, herbs and spices.
Brush skin with olive oil and
spices. Put on wire roast.
lower
Potato
wedges
0.3-0.4
0.5-0.6
Baking tray
1
Rinse and clean potatoes.
Cut them into wedges or cut
small potatoes into halves.
Brush with olive oil and spices.
upper
Roast Duck
Breast
0.3-0.5
( 1-2 thin)
0.6-0.8
( 2 thick)
Deep pan with
wire roast
4
Put marinated duck breasts
with the fat side up on the wire
roast.
The first setting is for normal
sized duck breasts (0.3 kg),
the second setting is for 2
duck breasts (each 0.4 kg)
lower
Baked
Apples
0.4-0.5
0.9-1.0
Wire grill
1
Rinse and core apples and fill
with marzipan or raisins. Put
into a round ovenproof dish.
upper
Muffins
0.5-0.6
0.7-0.8
Wire grill
4
Put dough into black metal
baking dish for 12 muffins.
lower
Homemade
Pizza
0.2-0.6
0.8-1.2
Baking tray
1
Put 0.2-0.6g on a round metal
pizza baking dish, put 0.81.2kg on the baking tray. Use
baking paper.
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Cleaning and Care
EN
Self cleaning
This mode for cleaning the oven automatically.
This mode burns the leftover grease in the oven so that it can be wiped out when the oven
cools down.
The oven is heated up to around 500°C.
During the Self Cleaning (pyrolytic self-cleaning), oven door is locked automatically.
Door locking (
)
Unlocking
When the oven temperature heats up to 300°C , the door will be
locked automatically for safety.
When the oven temperature is falls below 260°C, the door will
be unlocked automatically.
WARNING
● During this process the oven becomes very hot.
● Children must be kept at a safe distance.
Attention
Before carrying out the self cleaning function, all accessory parts should be taken out of the
oven.
Remove any large pieces of dirt by hand beforehand.
Because thick food residue, grease and meat juices are flamable, a fire may happen in the
oven during the Self Cleaning.
1
Press the Partition Select button to
self cleaning mode. “
” will blink.
2
Press the Time / Temp Control
button to level 1,2 or 3 according to
the dirt level of oven. If 5 seconds
have elapsed and there are no further
adjustments, the oven will begin
automatically in the selected level.
Level
P1(Low)
P2(Medium)
P3(High)
3
Duration
approx 120 minutes
approx 150 minutes
approx 180 minutes
After the oven cools down, wipe the
oven door and along the edges of the
oven out with a damp cloth.
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Steam cleaning
EN
1
2
3
Remove all accessories from the oven.
Pour approximately 400 ml (3 / 4 pint) of water onto the bottom of the empty oven.
Use normal water only, no distilled water.
Close the oven door.
Caution
The steam cleaning system can be switched on only when the oven
has cooled to room temperature completely. Allow the oven to cool
completely if it does not work.
4
Press the Partition Select button to
steam clean mode. and wait 5sec.
“
” will blink.
5
After an amount of time, the heater
completes operating and its lamp
remains on.
7
Press the Power on/off button to end
the operation and clean the interior.
6
When the operation is complete, the
display will blink and a beep indicates
the end.
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Cleaning and Care (continued)
EN
After deactivating the Steam Cleaning
Tips
● Take care when opening the door before the end of the steam cleaning procedure; the
water on the bottom is hot.
● Never leave the residual water in the oven for any length of time, for example, overnight.
● Open the oven door and remove the remaining water with a sponge.
● Using a detergent - soaked sponge, a soft brush or a nylon scrubber, wipe the oven interior.
Stubborn soil can be removed with a nylon scourer.
● Lime deposits may be removed with a cloth soaked in vinegar.
● Wipe clean with clear water and dry with a soft cloth (do not forget to wipe under the oven
door seal).
● If the oven is heavily soiled, the procedure may be repeated after the oven has cooled.
● If the oven is heavily soiled with grease, for example, after roasting or grilling, it is
recommend that you rub detergent into the stubborn soil before activating the oven
cleaning function.
● After cleaning, leave the oven door ajar at a 15 ° angle to allow the interior enamel surface
to dry thoroughly.
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Cleaning and Care (continued)
Rapid drying
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
EN
Leave the oven door ajar at an angle of approximately 30°.
Press the Partition Select button to single mode.
Press the Cooking Mode Select button.
Press the Time / Temp Control button to convection.
Set the cook time to about 5 minutes and the temperature to 50 °C.
Switch the oven off at the end of this period.
WARNING
Do not use high - pressure water cleaners or steam jet cleaners to clean the oven.
Oven exterior
● For cleaning both the interior and exterior of the oven, use a cloth and a mild cleaning
agent or warm soapy water.
● Dry with kitchen paper or a dry towel.
● Do not use scourers, caustic cleaners or abrasive products.
Stainless steel oven fronts
● Do not use steel wool, scouring pads or abrasives. They may damage the finish.
Aluminium oven fronts
● Wipe the plate gently with a soft cloth or microfiber cloth and a mild window cleaning
detergent.
WARNING
Make sure the oven is cool before cleaning.
Oven interior
● Do not hand - clean the door seal.
● Do not use coarse scouring pads or cleaning sponges.
● To avoid damaging the enameled oven surfaces, use commercially available oven
cleaners.
● To remove stubborn soil, use a special oven cleaner.
Accessories
Wash all bakeware and accessories after each use and dry with a kitchen towel.
To clean easily, soak in warm soapy water for about 30 minutes.
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Cleaning and Care (Continued)
EN
Cleaning the oven door
For normal use, the oven door should not be removed but if removal is necessary, for
example, for cleaning, follow these instructions. The oven door is heavy.
Removing the door
1. Flip open the clips at both hinges.
2. With both hands, grasp the sides of the oven
door at its middle.
3. Rotate the door by approximately 70 ° until the
hinges can be taken out completely from the
hinge holes.
2
70
1
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Cleaning and Care (Continued)
Attaching the door
EN
1. With the clips still flipped open, align the door
hinges into the hinge holes.
70
2. Rotate the door toward the horizontal line and flip the clips closed.
The hinge is
normally inserted.
Hinge
Hinge
hole
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EN
Oven door glass
The oven door is equipped with three sheets of glass placed against each other. The inner &
middle sheets can be removed for cleaning.
WARNING
● Whenever the door is separated from the oven, the clips should be flipped open.
● Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners or metal scrapers to clean the oven door; they ca
scratch the surface, which may cause the glass to shatter.
● When the door is mounted, removing some of the parts (the door glass or some other part)
from the door may result in injury.
Attention
The glass may break if you use excessive force especially at the edges of the front sheet.
Disassembling the door
1. Remove the two screws on the left and right sides of the door.
2. Take off the door bracket.
3. Detach the inner glass #1 from the door.
Glass #1
4. Detach the inner glass pane #2 and Holder
Glass Rubber from the door.
Glass #2
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Cleaning and Care (Continued)
5. Detach the glaass #3 from the door
EN
Glass #3
Door bracket
Holder Glass Rubber
(Right and Left)
Glass #1
Glass #2
Glass #3
Glass #4
) Clean the sheets with warm water or washing-up liquid and polish dry with a soft
clean cloth.
Assembling the door
1. Clean the glass and interior parts with warm soapy water.
) Do not use abrasive cleaners or pan scourers. Use a sponge with liquid detergent or
warm soapy water.
2. Attach the glass #3 into position.
3. Attach the two Holder Glass Rubber at the top of glass #2 and place glass #2 into position.
4. Attach glass #1, the door bracket to the door.
5. Secure the two screws at both sides of the door.
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Cleaning and Care (Continued)
EN
Changing the lamp
*
)
D
anger of electric shock!
Before replacing the oven light bulb, take the following steps:
● Switch off the oven;
● Disconnect the oven from the mains supply; and
● Protect the oven light bulb and the glass cap by laying a cloth on the bottom of the
oven.
You can buy a lamp at SAMSUNG service centre.
Replacing the rear oven lamp and cleaning the glass cap
1. Take off the cap by turning counterclockwise.
2. Remove the metal rings and clean the glass cap.
3. If necessary, replace the halogen bulb with a 25 watt, 230 V, 300 °C
heat - resistant halogen oven light bulb.
Tip
● Always use a cloth when handling a halogen bulb to avoid
depositing oils from your fingers on to the surface of the bulb.
4. Fit the metal rings to the glass cap.
5. Replace the glass cap.
Replacing the oven side lamp and cleaning the glass cap
1. To remove the glass cover, hold the lower end with one hand,
insert a flat sharp implement such as a table knife between the
glass and the frame and pop out the cover.
2. If necessary, replace the halogen bulb with a 25 ~ 40 watt, 230
V, 300 °C heat - resistant halogen oven light bulb.
Tip
● Always use a cloth when handling a halogen bulb to avoid
depositing oils from your fingers on to the surface of the bulb.
3. Replace the glass cover.
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Warranty & Service
FAQs and Troubleshooting
EN
What should I do if the oven doesn’t heat up?
Check to see if one of the following actions resolves the issue:
● The oven may not be switched on. Switch the oven on.
● The clock may not be set. Set the clock (see section “Setting the clock”).
● Check to see if the required settings have been applied.
● A household fuse may have blown or a circuit breaker may have tripped. Replace the fuses
or reset the circuit. If this happens repeatedly, call an authorised electrician.
What should I do if, even though the oven function and temperature have been set, the oven does
not heat up?
There may be problems with the internal electrical connections. Call your local service centre.
What should I do if an error code appears and the oven does not heat up?
There is a fault in the internal electrical circuit connection. Call your local service centre.
What should I do if the time display is blinking?
There was a power failure. Set the clock (see section “Setting the clock”).
What should I do if the oven light doesn’t illuminate?
The oven light is faulty. Replace the oven light bulb (see section “Changing the lamp”).
What should I do if the oven’s fan is running without having been set?
Following use, the oven’s fan runs until the oven has cooled down. Call your local service
centre if the fan continues to run after the oven has cooled down.
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Warranty & Service (Continued)
EN
Error and Safety codes
Error and
Safety codes
General Functions
Solution
E-2*1)
TEMP SENSOR ERROR
Call local SAMSUNG service
centre.
5-01
SAFETY SHUTOFF
Oven has continued operating at set
temperature for prolonged time.
Turn oven off and remove food.
Allow oven to cool before using
again.
-SEE-0*1)
An error of the oven may cause low
performance and problems in safety.
Stop using the oven immediately.
Call local Samsung service
centre.
-dE-
PARTITION MISSING
The usage of divider is not correct.
Refer to the ‘Setting the divider
mode’ (14page).
For upper, twin and lower mode,
divider should be inserted, and
for single mode, divider should
be eliminated.
1) * refers to all numbers or characters.
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Technical data
Power Source
230V ~ 50Hz
Volume (usable capacity)
65 L
Output Power
MAX 3,650 W
EN
Weight
Net
45 kg approx
Shipping
51 kg approx
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Outside
595 x 595 x 566 mm
Oven Cavity
440 x 365 x 405 mm
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